The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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\Sf. '*t,r' At Lone Rock tio'ft hlld' its anMal chujfe n!c. an'd farewell. for Mf, and MM. Benjamin',Meyer, at the SWSa City Pafk Sunday. Mr Meyer' ivasi stadent supbly minister for the; summer months at the Lon6 ftdck churchi The can- gregation presented the Meyers a gift in appreciation. Mf. Meyei Will return-for his last year of sejtHnary and Mrs. Meyer will be teaching in Monticello. Rev. F. 0.' Preul, Fentott, Will serve a^ pastor for the month of September, • ' Auxiliary Meeting Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary will meet Sept. 6 at 8 p.m. Barbara W6hrSpann, daughter of the Harold Wehippanns of Fenton, dfelegfete from thd, L6ne Rock Auxiliary-to Girls v State, will far {fie WBeulfih Lee and ' =1. meeting, Jullahfla * The U^W bf the Lorie ftock PfeSb'ytfe>tah • chUi-oh will nieet SS|rt6rtb6r 8 at 2:30. Sirs. Dfck Mejfcr'Md several ,othef ladies Wlllt ^ffijISflt* tfi>. pftJgidffl. fio's- tes'«es lot the 1 meeting ftfe Ulr8, Art ^rlebe,. Mrs, Marian &rd,' Mrsi Joe Culftertson, Mrs. MerWih Mariow dnd Mrs*, deor- gift Mariow. fl MK and Mrs'. Gene Bl'anchard and family have moved to Spfen- cer'where they will make their home.' Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorfl and family visited Monday iri the parental Roy Jensen home'. Mf. and Mrs. Andrew Petersen and their house guests, Mf. ana Mrs. Ctair Vincent and Nancy of Springfield. Mo. were Wednesday guests in the P. M. Chris- tertseri home. Ruth Krueger Was, also a guest in the Christehseri 'hdme. Susan Hantelman visited Thursday in the P. M. Christen* sen home. Mr. and Mrs. Frtink Dfeyer, Mr. and Mrs. David Algona, Carol Bolli Kathryn Biefst^dt and erett Drey'er of f enton spent the weekend-at X-ake. Okdbojl., Mr. and'.MfS'. Milton M& returned" from fe< trip ,td 'Grand Canyon and Salt ^akfe City.-' Rachael HUrlSurt visited from Sunday to Thursday ih the James Hath home, Cedar Rapids. Lois Finnbstad was .a Thursday overnight • guest of Mary Hurl- biirt in the Emrria HurlbUrt Home. f iMrsi Errma'HUrlBun'arfd'Mri nger t Mfsi ana , Mr, and .Mrs. i Fran and Jane, Mr.-. and, M land .family of Fenion ' tended'a picnic at'ttte Ray THees- field horne.ln-Arimitt-dng day honoring:. th>. Henry fields of Chicago. , Joann Dreyer,accompanied the Kenneth Bo^ingers and Oar'ol on a-'trip through western states. Tnfe Idle'Hour Club. me;t recently In the home of Mrs,, 'ifar- old" Nelson • in Ajgoria. Mystery sisters vealed You get the happy tagte of fresh.sun-ripened citrus fruit in every bright and bubbly sip. PICKUPA6-PACK •OrVMtHT UlbTMl MUHn •OHNVV for ' past year were re- and new .ones drawn. Mrs.- Florence, Faber had charge of entertainment. The August meeting will be held in 1 the Luella Cherlarid home. Mrs. Ronald Christehsen land Jean Beth were Saturday guests n the Charles Morris ' home 1 , 'Mrs. Jack-, Johnson arid Jariet and, Mrs. Louise . Godderi were Wednesday dinner guests in 'the Charles Morris home., '...'•• •', \ •• Mr. and lflr§. Dariford Schmidt arid tsdns returned 'to Puiutli. after .spendirig' a couple of weeks in the Fred .Schrfu'dt home. , ' Jimmy and Gary Schmidt accompanied Olaf Norland and Arden to Austin, Tex., where", they visited Mr.' Schmidt. ....... Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Denriis . Garryl Householder and Vicky Jo were Thursday evening callers in the John -Waite . home, , Fenton; :and Mrs! Tom' Go'ulee : and were Monday eveniiig in the Dale Wegener family callers ho'me. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Champion visited in the Hans Larsen home in Britt Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kneedler and family returned home Thursday from a vacation to Topeka, Kans. where they visited Mrs. Bernie Kncedler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Champion "H'"-. , /•• '"'^'fr'v i ' >-• / ' r - 7 u« ;•',- ,:^ : > ,. Aft AfTft6tiwftff ttlflfti afd^ttieiSoli" SB, : rice-tved" slight and- another.,. arm> self- wM«-«?-atit6 tiirn > The happiest man Who alleAded the KossuiH County Fair ihii year (and probably for many years) Was Hubert Brones, who farms,near. Swea'City,,He had ithe lucky, ticket in«the barrel when the.'/Algona JayCees held their drawing.t&' determine 'the winner of a new Dodge Lancer which Was 'givfcn-awtey at 10 .p.m. .Friday in', the'fldral-halli - - , i i • • *Ta—^i«. ^tA.. M ' laterally ^thousands of persons had'entered the free drawing. When Mr Brortes name was drawn, Kari&ri/Nav,c»lchidk,->Iiss Ko'ssutK County df 1961; promptly presented him with the keys to the Vehicle*;,:-'^..^'Vy'' •"•" .- - ..v'-l,' .,(- f'yAJWj ' *-", ,' '. . , •-, |i, , ;.^MjdtawiHfif'dr&»ry.,d'ay, ftt-'the-(Fail* £- which was flooded out due to'a l »ac..ii^ il ^-jj.^.v_^f,| 0 ^| n!? . c?nce j lat . on of tX v 0 f inal . r-tfce programs . p r j 0r ^ that,, attendance records ^4s t crowds 'filled the groiiftdB practically all the time. (UDF Polaroid Flashfoto— '*>, .. - v • > ; * '•'•;,-'/•'•• "~ .• 'l&l .... son' City. ..-'-v" af Ma-i . Jense'n vis-i ited', recently;', iri' the ',E. "MV Jen| sen Jiohie, - Haek'ehsack, Minn. an'dJMrS Larry '.Straye: .bf -Fort- Dodge' am Wichtendahl ., helpec Jane* \VlchteiJd'&fil celebrate -hei bphdijy" Wednesday., '?•;• <•';••• ' >Mf; -arid ' MrsrEdwhV Vfichten^ dahl -arid,. family, ' visited lasj Sunday. 'in.' the Gerald •' Sprong home, Delavan, -Minn. .i ^Thursday overnite guests • iri the«Af(/, Eriebe Jiome- were. -Mn and .Mrs;; Don Rave of 'Rosebud, S."D.*and Dave 1 Rave of 'Los' Angeles* . . , , Mrs." Delbert Geitzen-, auer'and' ifamily -and .Milton GeitzenaUer of Fenton'werejSun- daiy-: dinner guests' in 1 the ; Lorenz Gei;tzen1mer : /ftome. , Mr. and.-" Mrs. Lor0itz ; . ' treitzeiiauer 1 ; "" acconipan-. ied.i. jiir. and 'Mrsi- )Henry ;Schroe- de'ri'to .Ledyafd ' wrhere, t'hey-r at-'tended the annual meeting of the elevator thereV ' - Mrs. Donald .Blanchard and" family,-; Mr,-• and r Mrs. Wendell.' Steven; and family met the Don Goetchius family of Allansburg, Wash: in' West Bend Tuesday evening .where th.ey.-enV joyed a picnic : and toured the Grotto. -'•••: : . .'•';••=.';••' •. • ; "Mrs. ./Artv Priebe ' and 'Billy^ Charles' land- David? Behne attended a family reunion at the Fred Stansbiiry home in Centerville-Wednesday.. QC Three out of four traffic deaths in the United States' are on rural highways, where fatalities are increasing while those in cities are declining. Highway, offcials say that 85 percent of all traffic accidents are preventable. Society Drive For Funds Set Swea City — Putting hands and heads, to work in the interest of the younger generation, a group ' of Kossuth County residents are busy this week preparing letters to their friends and 'acquaintances. , They are writing on tehalf- of children in care of the Iowa Childrens -Home : Society, children whose own parents cannot Svid& a. b$iiif. ajmbsphere auit- Je for them." " " . TCHS has* had..substantial success in helping such children overcome V1 their - problems,' and earn to enjoy normal' family ife. It :is the Only statewide, lon-sectanari service of this dnd In Iowa. Its services are available, to unwed parents and t is an; "accredited adoption agency. , '/•' No tax is levied to support,the ioWa : Childrens Home Society. 'n this vicinity, ICHS receives support from ' Algona United Fund Drive _and the LuVerne and Swea City community chest drives.. In areas not covered by these campaigns, solicitation is madb by mail. Handling the mail solicitations in Kossuth will be Mcsdames W. H. Bosworth, AM Schenck, Eldon Shaw, A, F. Van Buren, Algona; 'Mrs.. Glenn Olson, Armstrong; Mesdames Fav Asohe,- Robert Fortney, Wrn. Shoenhair, Bancroft; Mrs. Mary Capesius, Bode; Mrs. John Rippentrop, Buffalo Center; Mesdames Gep. Ennen, Donald Haas, Elmore; Mesdames Donald Clapper, W. E. Ley, Elmer Paulseri, Lakpta; Mesdames Otta Kelly, Wm. Mather Jr., Ledyard; Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock; Mesdames Glen Gabnelson, Neil Opheim, Sexton; Mesdames Warren Brones, Geo. Harner, Harold Krantz, Swea City; Mesdames Victor Fitch, R. L. Krantz, Gene Krominga, Titonka; Mrs. Fred Bentele, Wesley. QUAUTT COUNTS Lights Go Out After Accident Many persons living in the south portion of Algona probably thought Friday's rain storm WM responsible for a cut-off of power late Friday night, howeyef, .9 oiher Models $50 lo $275 DIPLOMAT - 5 HEARING AID , "Royalty of Hearing Aids". ALGONA HOTEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 10:30 AJM. TO 12 NOON Batteries and service for most makes—You are invited to in. > • AUDIPHONE 'to. 611 Fleming Bldg* Sis. DM ZENITH AID DEALER Anywhere you hang y6Ur Hat 18 h<Sirt(l^ just tufh In Elt Stahdafd^, Oil beaters whert» jr6u see the slgn*-"As- you travel—ask us."> This friendly slgnf fnakes ydU/ee/at hOrfl&, for it stands for lital, lhformation;servlce i.« \whlch road to take.. i , . ^wher&togetthaj tpeclal steak^fl wher« ,tostayr!TwheretC!! ; ^)lay.MaReitahappy, habit to ask us, a$i ryou travel. You'll! >m&. Free."/?;?. Wh jfou travel oliUldd Mid-America, check jn btth'Aintrlcar,* 1 * ^ Dealers Where i teethe sign "As Get Standard Oil Products in Algoha at ... 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