The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 17
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;'lp^!jJliI^-l3^ 4 „->....'j.a 1t ^_j.^ | ' f ' j.j I'l ^ July 13, 1961 - Yougetttoe happy taste offre&i, , , ' citats frttit. in every ftCKUP- A6-PACK bubbly sp. THE iQUmt COMPANY Aleta Jensen Shower Honoree At Swea-Eagle Swea Eagle — Aleta Jensen was honored at a pre-nuptiai shower June 23 at the, Guild hall at Swea City. Receptionists were Mrs. Kenneth Elliot and Mrs. June Fothergill and Mrs. Robert Jorgensen registered the. guests. At'the gift table Aleta was assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Elliot, Barbara Stenzel, Mrs. Robert Jorgensen and Mary Helen Bauer. Mrs. Cecil Thdresotr was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. David Medema (Marci a Jensen) served the punch and Mrs. Nesseldahl presided at the coffee service. Hostesses , were Mesdames Emil Larson, Weldon Brandt, Wayne Jorgensen, Floyd Treat, Dettmer Thompson, Nora Olson, William Dorsey, Glen Clark, Louis Stenzel, Cecil Thoreson, -Francis Tor- ine, Don Geerdes, fiayrhon Johnson, Joe Preston* Fern Pe terson, Ralph -.Walked Alfre< Ahdersdhj , Efvin "Link, Leste Osborh and ,Rby/ Pefi*s6n. • 'Mr. and MrsY.'ftiy' tarson and family -of ,Bett«nHoM},-vi8ited a Week at the SaM Lal&dft.liW add at tertded "the 2fitht>redding ariniversary of her -ptfMnts, thf D6n Martins, '-\\ f/ ; Robert O'Green Md;t\$e£" arrived Friday »£roltt, f Detroit Mich, to visit Ws IrftBiHer,:- Mrs Ida O'Green, who 1 Ha^.'-feeeL a patient at Holy Family'.' hospital for ' the past several w^efc£ as the result of a fall ln.the""jtott| of her farm home. She "received a 'fractured vertebra. 'Mr. O'Green and' the bays .returned home } Monday. ' '- « At the Ed Peterson *horn6 '{lun- day for dinner to celebrate ,the sirthday of their daughter, !Mrs, Carroll Viland,- Elinore? . Were th6 Vitends and Terri, Mrs. SfiU on Dahl, Algona, Mr. find Mrs, ilford Smith, Rodney and Join, Vlr. and Mrs. Greg Delhi, Ptlarl )ahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph" Walk- rand Dori, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl were afternoon, cal« erS. ' '-•-..• •• f . Y&SA BIGGEST PROMOTION OF THE YEAR - EVERY YEAR. Sidewalk Counters will line the streets . . . Merchants and' employees in goofy costumes . '. . Unheard of bargains everywhere . . . Don't miss it, if you do, you'll be sorry I . Neighbors gufpHsed Mfrs. Jet- rV Irmiter at hef home lait week wiien they met there for a eof fee party. Guests were Mesdarh es Jijtri Kennedy, Floyd BrekKe Francis Sullivan, Mike Kennedy Douglas Guerdet and Larmaj Hattle. ..••.. Joe Kennedy has been .released from the Holy Family! hospital at Esthervllle and is at home at Fairmont. A daughter, Mrs Raljih Gengler, Whittembre, is caring for him at the preisent. Mrs. Kenneth Isaacson 1 was a patient at Holy Family Hospital Thursday through Saturday fo» minor, surgery. J : Ivirs. Warren "Brones enfertain- ed in horior of "Mama's third birthday June 28, several |of her Uttle friends, Cindy and JulJe Pearson, Douglas Adamsj Lonnie Rippentrop, Evelyn Rippentrop and Davis Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen, r. and Mrs. Vergil Jensen ana owell, and Otto Jensen,' Estherville, were among those attend- ng the Jensen family reunion unday at Armstrong. : ; Enjoying a picnic at Reynolds 'ark in Swea City Sunday were Dr.,and Mrs. G. A. Johnson, Es- .therville, Mr. bnd Mrs. ; Art Oiaus.f'orttand; Olfegort, Mr. Mrs. Milton Peterson, Mr. ant Mrs. Harold Peterson and family of Haifa, Mfs. Alifia Peterson M, and Mrs. Verlie Boyer, Trimont, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kos loske, Fairmont, David anu DbUglas, Fairmont, Mrs. Noi-ma Boyer, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs Everett Jbhanson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson, end Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegner, Elmore. ' ' Nine Methodist youth and one visitor, along with their counselors attended the Palermo Brothers Christian Crusade meeting at the high school auditorium in Buffalo Center Wednesday evening, June,28. Methodist youth were .Barbara Beck, Denise' Seylar, Margaret Mino, Mary Ann Hazelhoff, Cheryl Waterbury, John and Bob Boland, Danny Smouse and Michael Reynolds. Gary Larson was i guest. Counselors were Mrs." Paul Eisenmann of Grant ano Mrs. Warren Brones. i\ and Mrs. .Earl Wegner vere hosts to a rehearsal lunch Friday, evening, June 23. Guests ncluded the bride and grbom- o-be, Karen Johanson and Jerry Wegner. Plan Resurfacing, Highway 9 In Kossuth Next Year Highway No. 9 across Kossuth County, from the Emmet County line to the LaktUa intersection, is slated for resurfacing during 1962 by the State High- Way Department. The resurfacing will be 24 feet wide, and will actually be done over a distance of 40 miles, from the Dickinson county lino through Emmet county and to the Lakota corner. Highway No. 9 has already received the first improvement stage, widening to 24 feet. The section will be resurfaced next pear with three inches of asphal- :ic concrete. Another future improvement planned is widening of shoulders to 10- feet. In Kossuth county one bridgt s also to be widened, west of Swea City. Only exception to the 1962 plan is three sections along Highway No. 9 which havij already been recently re- paved. Plans call for no interruption of traffic during the* resurfacing except for one-way movement under flagmen as work progresses. • . '<" 4-H Club Tour : The St. Joe Trojans had their annual club tour June 28. It started at Randy Kollaschk. Bob Johnson gave pointers tih how to judge cattle. The members mode a tour of all the 4-H'eIs homes. After the tour the menj- bors and their parents met for-a picnic supper at the home if Art Becker. • FA1,L ; Gail Kutschinski, 14, of Charter Oak died of head injuries suffered in a boys' scuffle recently. The boy fell, striking ttrb back of his head. He complaineicl of a headache on the way home, there bccame v lllearid died on th*e way to a hasp! 14 -15 THEY'LL COME BY GO-KART Crazy music will play . . . Merchandise will be displayed in the operi ... Fabulous bargains will be offered by each and every merchant . . . Remember, a once-a- year deal. (,«••> 1. , V JsA.- , NtJ THEY'LL COME BY CHARIOT COSTUME CONTEST $25 IN CASH FOR MEN-WOMEN-KIDS FOR RIDIKULAS DAYS CUSTOMERS ONLY! $10 to the man with the funniest costume; $10 to the woman with the funniest costume; and $5 to the child with the funniest costume.. , Impartial judges (that's what the committee said) will select the winners from the general public at 3 P.M. FRIDAY, Chamber of Commerce retail promotion chief Chuck Hinken and Ridikulas Days chairman Ed Wolf discuss plans for the big event, as several other businessmen dream up a few wild ideas. ANTIQUE CAR PARADE RIGHT DOWN THE MAIN DRAG BE. GINNING AT 2:50 P.M. SATURDAY. The SERPACI Antique Car Club of Northwest Iowa will arrive from Storm Lake and parade their vehicles. Quite a show! RIDIKULAS BAND WILL APPEAR FRIDAY AND THAT'S A THREAT! Band members stated recently that the outfit would positively make an appearance Friday. All the committee had to say about the whole thing was — "we can't stop them," THIS MEANINGLESS MESSAGE WAS UNINAENTIONALLY SPONSORED BY: Jg JJ ag •op 01 % $ w«E6iuog

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