The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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(la.) Upper fas Md!ne» Thursday, June 8, 1961 Mrs. Ed Blummer was hdstess to her SeWirtg club Tuesday ternoon. < St. Ann Auxiliary had a lunch eon Tuesday at Van's Cafe. There was election of officers. Vacation Bible School is in see sion at the Presbyterian churcl June 5 through 1U in the morn Mr. and Mrs. Don Asa went tc Des Moihes Saturday to attent :,the Phil. Anderson-Wanda Byn wedding. _o—Jean Robinson, daughter of Mr and Mrs/ E. E. (Bud) Robiiisor had a tonsilectomy May 31 at St Ann hospital. Mr; and Mrs. Ted ChrischilleE ;went to Chicago .Saturday where • the former ,is on a market trlj. for the stored Mrs. Kenneth Brando w was a medical' patient at St. Ann hospital from Wednesday through Saturday last Week. '•',. ;' . '• . '0 • Bora Pervaihe, Turkish: exchange student, spent the weekend at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Skow^at Wesley. First banns of marriage have been published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for John W, Kadow and Linda Ann Leason, both of Burt. ••;- : ••;/. Eighi — O — Specs card club met Thursday evening with Mrs. Lizzie Post. Prizes were received by Mrs. John Dutton, .Mrs. Lester Johnson and Mrs. Beecher Lane. • —o—. , Mr: and Mrs. Don Asa spent Sunday at Clarion'with Mr. and Mrs. Holman ' Anderson. Mrs. Anderson is recovering from her second .year. major surgery within e Bertha Godfrey and Mrs. Geo. Godfrey of Ames are spending a Jew' days this week in Algona -Visiting Hattie Wilson and Loverne Johnson and other friends. • • " —o— • . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson spent Sunday, at Clarion where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson. Mrs. ,Hpbson, a former Algonan, was dismissed from a Union .Township Mothers ana Daughters Club will meet today (June 8)' at the home of Mrs Marguerite Gardner. ~h~ Q-~4 Mr. and Mis. Don Smith, Jr. and Danny 'and Bill visited Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. O. A. Jen- s'en at Fort Dodge Sunday. —u— Catholic high school students who are not enrolled at Garrigati are - attending a vacation school this' week each' day from 9 to 3. —r)"- Preseniatipn Sislers have left for Dubuque Where they will spend the summer at the mother house Mt. Loretto. Mrs. P. O, Dorv/eiler entertained eight former West Bend neighbors at a one o'clock lunch" eon at her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and family are having their annual two week vacation at the Algona Outing Club cottage at Cass Lake, Minn. Mrs. George Smith, Denni and Mrs. Anna Schultz, Daven port, visited Saturday afternoon at the Glenn Zweifel and Jo> •ross homes. —o— Circle B of the Presbyterian :hurch will have a coffee at the lome of Krs. Fred Geigel Friday rom 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m. The public is invited. Wins Utilities Award Of Frozen Food Mf. find MM. Clarence, . Mrs. , Mva. ^imtttSn.aHd, ^'* * -i. .3.ry,.j.«f, V'k ftSi *«4i. **. *.« «t at the itilheftrJr; Hev. and Mrs. M. H. Brower entertained the / Presbyterian members of the high school graduating class at a barbeque at their home Monday eyening. , -o— Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Debra Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Sweet; and Craig Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Steinman. 1 —o— Mr. and Mrs. Charles McVay are leaving soon for Rockford 111. where Mr. McVay will be working in the area. .They will stay with former Algqnans, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wilhelmi. Mrs. Kenneth Cowan is going to Cedar Falls today (Thursday) o bring home the daughter, Pat, after her freshman year at Iowa - . — —- State Teachers College. Pat will hospital recently after a serious be a lifeguard at the local swim- illness. • ming pool this summer. Mrs. Dave Lone, wife of Dave Long, local photographer, was the winner of a station-wagon load of frozen foods '• , offered by the Algona Municipal Utilities as a special feature of May Freezer Month. The load of frozen foods was ^delivered to Mrs. Long in a new white station wagon with officials of the local utilities personally handling, the delivery work. •'•••••.••••'..•. In the photo above, left to right,'are Ira Kohl, utilities secretary, Mrs. Long, Warren Nelson of Kossuth Motor Co., who chauffeured the station wagon. End Jim Palmer; utilities,, superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Long reside in the Bjustrom. apartments on State Street in Algona. Registration for the wagon load of frozen foods was conducted in local electric appliance stores during the month of May. (UDM engraving) , PIPES-CIGARS-CIGARETTE LIGHTERS The SMOKE SHOP ALGONA KOSSUTH COUNTY VETERANS OF FOREIGN WAR SICK ROOM EQUIPMENT FUND DRIVE Announces that it is sponsoring its annual rehabilitation work and service for this community. This unit will have for loan to any resident of our community and surrounding area- Wheel Chairs - Hospital Beds invalid Walkers - Crutches This Equipment is FOR FREE HOME USE OF ANYONE Sick, Helpless or Disabled Your magazines subscription (new or renewal) will help to further this community project. Every resident is urged to cooperate. Delivery is guaranteed. REPRESENTATIVES ARE: i L .? 1lor . L - Layman S. McMahon M. Kleemeier R. Wingerson A. Reineke R. McDermott S. Butterfield R. Stevens R. Lee B. Fye C. Hayes Residents when called on should ask to see introductory letters signed by local offcers. This is to eliminate any mis-repre- sentation by unauthorized persons. Donations are not be sol- licited or accepted. OFFICERS John Hamilton, Past Co. Comm., Titonka Gordon Delperdang, Comm., Bancroft Howard Sigsbee, Comm,. Burt. William G. Walstead, Comm., Swea City Lloyd A. Rockne, Quarter'Master. Art Rode, Comm., Titonka. James E. Utt, Comm., Algona. Earl Berg, Co. Comm., Swea City. FOR USE OF EQUIPMENT CALL YOUR V.F.W. Mr. and Mrs. Max Ulrich and Pat and Mike, former Algonans now of Oskaloosa, spent Monday dere with Mr. and Mrs. Don Asa. —o— Mrs. Merlon Baker and Mrs. Maynard Miller were in charge of the ladies day June 7 at the Algona Country Club. There was swimming, golf, luncheon and cards. —6-— Siri Norton, Cindy Hardy and Sharon Schneider have arrived home from Mankato State Col- ege 'and are spending the summer here with their parents. -—o— . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sindslar have named their twin sons James Alen and John Scott. They were born May 27 and .weighed e tounds 9 ! /2 ounces and 8 pounds, espectively. , —o— Dick Palmer, Denny Waller, Robert Percival and Randy Harmes have left on a trip tn Florida. They plan to go as far as Key West and to be gone two or .three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck entertained at a potluck picnic Memorial Day Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Clarion, Mrs. Everett Mittag, Kevin and Robyn, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and family and Roger Heine, LuVerne. Plum Creek Woman's Club will observe the 50th anniversary of its founding with a tea Wednesday, June 14, at the Plum Creek community room. All former members have been invited and friends are welcome. The event will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and there will also be a program., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gerber and David and Judy returned Sunday from a trip to Quincy, 111., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Stu Albright, who formerly managed the airport here. They also went to Hannibal, Mo. to visit the Rex Nolans, formerly 01 Bancroft. Linda Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, is expected home today (Thursday) from the State University oi Iowa where she completed her sophomore year. She will be married to Larry Plummer in late summer and plans to enroll at the University of Now Mexico this fall. The Order of Eastern Star had a stated meeting Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple. Lola Scuffham was chairman of the committee in charge with Mr. 'and Mrs. J. A. Reid, Mrs. Celia Deal, Mrs. Hazel Lusby, Mrs. Nell McCall, Mrs. Luella Baker. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss and Harold Hutchins. —o— Men's Council of the Presbyterian church will have a breakfast Sunday at 7 a.m. This is an earlier date than originally plan- nod. The event will be held at Call State Park, but in case of bad weather at the church. Glen Jones is chairman with Merlon Baker, Dick Meyer and R. S. Blossom on the committee. Ted Finley spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Finley, here following his graduation from Coe College at Cedar Rapids. He is again employed by the North Iowa Asphalt Co. for the summer. Jason Etheringtpn, who recently completed his freshman year at Ames, is also 'again working with the crew. —o— The first service of baptism was held Sunday in the new Presbyterian church. Children baptized were William M., Thomas J., Joan and Dennis J., children of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver S. Carlson; Julia Ann and Joan Eilleen, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burt; and Lori Anne, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. PingeL Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs. Bernard Phelps • k'k.a Merle, Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase, Mr. and 'Mrs Leroy Phelps and Mr. and and Mr3. Dick attended a KenrtetH Si_ of the'thIM Sarchet, ' ' '-.,:{; «\" ? '' 'Mr. ttnd Mfs. LawWftet.'G"e!v« em called -at' the 'Paul KMeger >n6me Sunday, t . Mr.MBlifi "Mri; .Glarfiftee^dHft- ningWam of Elrhofe ahd; ME, find Mrs. Hobert 'SteBbing"'bf Jftdlfb Mo. we're THiilrtKday Vifltdrl, 1ft the Bernard-rand' Chas.VPHfelffc Horn's Mr. and, Mrs. Howard t Sparks and Jim fattertdS&yie " " ' .ACrs. Spark's nJeeepj&£ mond and Duahu-Lauerj both bf Des Moines, tat St. Cecelia Churciv Algona, and the reception at the home of the parents, Mr, and Mrs. Myrwin;Dirn6nd,-.-Algona. .,• Mr. 'and Mrs. Clifford Voung spent last Week end in Ames visiting with Dr. and MrsV Eamon Bisque and two children of Golden, Colri. 'Dr. flfld i l$Crs'. Bis* que are eArojtte 'to">W|snington ( D. C. During 1 -Hie .sUmmef, httmjhs, Dr. Bisque 'J$il ^fwfitb&fa' Consultant in.fh?: Fgritagdrtrlof ,th£, department w def^nsi.(They^tn411 return toi'ttoldeh' jml r th0Vf«l where Dr.',-,Bisiqtf<hwm< s't&t&'his third year 1 fis jp^?*sbf<fti -the ; chemistry !«fe^)artiriei^r^J *•!• Mr. apd J^li^'ia^wtf" Sarchet and Mr. ai»d''M|s'., R^ed Habeger were Memorial Ikay? picnic gu^sfe at the Kenneth .;SaTchet-farm,,-" Mr. and ,jMf3.-f : Goodwyn, Bergerud and farnify were Sunddy guests in the D. F. Perdue horne, .. .Mr. and .Mrs. Clifford, Young ;spent Thursday Jeyfeping at tl}e : Mary Kain home; Algonft. -The Kain clan gathered :for a 'picnic honoring Mrs. Ferri i Drone daughter. '-Barbara 'and Mary K Loebach, who'i'.are leaving Sun* day for. San Antonio, Texas. From ..there, they will accompany. 'Major. Mary Kain, traveling 'by car, to'?'Portland, Oregon where they^will Visit another sister, Mrs. William; Laidlaw and family. . Mr. and Mrs.; Fred Davis spent last weekend, 'at Columbia,. Me Rollo Moore attended the wedding of Bonnie Bristow and •Don-'. aid Carroll in the Catholic church; at St. Benedict Thursday morhr ing. A dinner was served' at the- K. C. hall at Algona, for relativ-; es and friends after the' ceremony. t •;•'••;•••' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarch^t. Mr. and ; Mrs. Fred Habeger/oij Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Duarte' Habeger and family of Lone Rock, graduation of v, Gens aftd. ton. Jesse Harms, Da Mr. v Itfes af>a fatally 't Mrs: Saber) ItesUrtd fa*hHly n»d Mr ,. and Mrs. Pat! Puttkam" Thfey, returned Sunday. r. 'md Mri 'Albert Harm* . tod eftlldfen visited' in 'the Jesse 1 Harms hom§ Sunday eVenirig; ' ' MfVD6hald' ttlrigsdorfV Mrs. Tom Trendry. Mrs, ^Goodwyn Bergettid,,Mrs. Duan§ Mawdsley, Mrs. Roy<>Ringsdorf, Mrs, Jesse Harms, Mrs. , -Earl .Shlfaler, Mrs. Frank Becker c arid Mrs. Leon Lftytbn were among the ladles attending Guest J Day at , the Presi byterian church 'at Woden. Mr. -and Mrs. D wight Ruse, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and Le« roy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and family of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs.'- Timer Harms and 'family, Mrs. Victor Pitch, Korene <anf Judy and 'Mr. arid Mrs. Orville' Reid and Judy of Letts were Sunday 'picnic guests at the Geo. Hix farm in honor" of Mr. and, Mrs. Orville 'Reid and 'Judy, whf came Friday to spend 'the weekend With thein daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and* Mrs. Stanley Ruse. Mrs, Stanley, .Ruse- returned to Letts with them to spent a few days. UDM Classified Pay Dividend/ Greater Iowa A rrmmfl-floor opportnnlrn available only to f awing, to inveit In the common Mock of The Greater Iowa Corporation •t 12.00 per ihara. Share In the profit* and progreit .of Towa, ; .fcuilneii, Industry and ajrlcul. • lure;' \Wrlte or .call'for proi« yectirt. No oblljatlon. BRUCE M. ALGOOD ^ 215 North- 12th St. 1 Fort Dodge, Iowa 5-1913 - Iow» KMuu IfMN FOR MEN! 17-jewel/ waterproof and . shockproof '.'With sweep second hand, -„, $ SALE PRICE! 15.95 NURSES' WATCHES - SALE PRICE FROM *14 . !'TlV 1 GROUP of EARRINGS , , . , 59c SETS '$ PROM 1.18 ON SAVE • BILLFOLDS • JVATCk BANDS • FOUNTAIN PENS a /we mean-- Remember Yours on Father's Day - Sunday - June 18 The gift that will be closest to Dad is something he can wear,. . . especially if it comes from the HUB. It's our year-around Business to know what men like., So why not make it you*r business to shop here for the gift that your Dad or Husband'will wear with pride and pleasure for months to come?- We've such a wide selection to choose from, you're sure to be right on the target of his tastel HERE ARE SOME GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR POP! • Samsonite Luggage • Wembley Ties • Jantzen Swim Trunks • McGregor Sport Shirt* • Interwoven Sox t Masterbilt Slacks • Van Heusen Wash 'n Wear Vantage White Shirts. ; • Jockey Underwear • Swank Jewelry • Seaforth Toiletries • Rohlf Billfolds d Freeman Shoes • Grals Jackets • Campus Sweaters • Weldon Pajamis • Raytex Robes • Esquire Sox '< • Bermuda Shorts LIAMS ACGQNA.IOWA

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