The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
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Golden Wedding Pictured above are Mr aMd'Mrs Sam Baylor of Algona who will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary Tuesday, April 2nd. and a dinner for the immediate family and relatives will be held Sunday noon 'March 31st« at- .Van's? Cafe here, after which Open House will be field at the Led Mergen residence,'1331 East McGregor street from 3 to 5 p.m. for friends and neighbors. Mr and Mrs Baylor were married by Father Wetland April 2, 1907, at Exira, Iowa. (UDM engraving) Rev.Pillman New Pastor At Swea City Mr and Mrs £400 Gardner were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen, of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Russell Cole had Mrs Maude Bilsborough and Ha as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harry Ditsworlh Were visited Sunday by the latter's sister Mrs Don Palmer, of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Herman Haubcrg are expected home today (Thursday) from Duarte, Calif., where they spent the winter. Mr and Mrs Don Prew spent Sunday at Clarion with the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs William Schultz, Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith were recently visited by their son-in- la*w and daughter Mr and'MrsjM, W. Knuth and daughters of Paullina. Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin had Mr and Mrs Jack Nyman, of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs.Larry Holding, of Burt as guests Sunday evening. Myrtle Turnbaugh is spending today (Thursday) at Mason City having a check-up on her eyes. Mrs- W. J. Sigsbee is ac- companing her. Walter Lichter was dismissed from St. Ann hospital last week after several days there for treatment of a nasal hemorrhage. He was given several transfusions. Mr and Mrs John Helmers had as guests Sunday the former's brother and sister-in-law 'Mr and Mrs Ed Helmers and children Christine and Gary Joe, of Charles City. Mr and Mrs Frank Stebritz had as dinner guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles Rolling,, of Ceylon, Mjnn., and their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Paul Steb- ritz. Mr and Mrs John Snere were visited over the weekend by the former's parents Mr and Mrs Clyde Snere, of Spencer. They were joined Sunday by Mrs Snere's father Harry Rabb, of Charles City. Charles Egel, 80. was dismissed Sunday from St. Ann hospital where he had spent a few days after having heart attacks. He makes'- his nprhe with his son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson. M? and Mrs W. B. lUdae were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Al Johnson at Hardy. Mr Johnson was recently dig" missed from Lutheran hospital, Fort podge, following surgery. MF and Mrs Edwin Chizek drove to Garner and Forest City, Sunday. At Garner they visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs A. Chjzejs and Mr and Mrs Louis Schieusner and at Forest City they visited Mrs Harriet Handy. Mrs Johanne Hansen was visited; over the weekend by her son and daughtej-in'law Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen of Omaha. She also had, as guests Sunday her son-in-law end daughter Mr anq Mrs Clarence Nielsen, of Lu- Verne. Lwraine T»«ney same s week ago to visit her eunt Mrs End* get'Tobin and took her home to visit her at Des Moines. Mrs Tdbin also visited her brother J. J. Cosgroye who has been at the Bishop Di-urnm home since last summer. J ,„ .. . Mrs Raymond Webb spent from Thursday tiU Sunday .at Lone Rock with her bvotjtievm- law and sister Mr and Mrs. M. O. Richards. Sunday she was visited by her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Russell Shipler of Titonka. M* and M»-s H«Uard Snydev Jr., arc moving bunday to Albert Lea, whure they have purchased a home. They have been living in Junior Cook's home at 810 south Moore street. Hglla/d is £ oing to play ball with the Albert % fittteUjifiMk.. . Mr aniSTMrs cdgar took their son Jimmie to Rochester a short time ago for a checkup on major surgery performed a few months ago. Reports .are that he is making excellent recovery. He will not need another check-up for three months. Mrs Arlo Murken spent the weekend at Des Moines with her husband and with her parents Mr and Mrs D. H. Stevenson. Mr Murken, an employee of the Goodyear company, is being transferred and was assigned work for a time irt Des Moines. Mrs Robert Hardcopf and children, Jan and Robbie,*of Kansas City, Mo. are spending this week with her mother, Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer of St. Benedict while her husband is in Minnesota and Wisconsin on business. Mrs Hardcopf visited at the home of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Henry Eisenbarth on Wednesday. • Mrs-L, E. Linnan accompanied Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagh to Iowa City, where Mr Murtagh had eye surgery and Mrs Linnan had an eye examination. She was dismissed after treatment. She also visited her sister, Sister Arnoldine of the Dominican Villa at Dubuque and called on Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski at Waterloo Mr and Mrs Howard Plait returned last week Wednesday from a seven weeks vacation six of which were spent at Brownsville, Tex., and one at Ontario, Calif., with their son George. They saw several ex-Algonans among whom were Mr and Mrs Norman Best, Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand, Mr and Mrs Ed Genrich, • and Mr and Mrs George Boswell. John C. Love, local representative of Waddell and Reed, Inc.. underwriter of United Income Fund shares, United Science Fund shares, United Accumulative Fund shares, United Continental Fund shares, and United Funds Canada Ltd. shares, will attend the national convention of the company being held at the Mu- ehlebach Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, this week. Mr »nd Mrs Hsrley E. Hansen drove to Marshalltown Monday to attend funeral services for Charles Lamoreaux, 43, cousin, of Mr Hansen, wjio was killed in an auto collision near Yinton. Mrs Lumoreaux suffered injuries to quite an extent aiv4 was unable to attend the services. He was a nephew of Mrs Edna Richter,"of Titonka, and the father is George Lamoreaux, brother of Mrs Richter. Mrs Lawrence Pittmer ha* received word of the marriage of her sister Grace Jeanette Angus to William G. Davis on Saturday, March 16, at the Bethany Pres- bytena,n church in Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs Gladys Tribon Paddock was hostess at a recseptign following the ceremony for friends and neighbors. Mrs Davis is a licensed practical nurse " at the Good Samaritan hospital in Phoenix. Youth Injured In Highway 9 Crash Darnell B. purgess, 18, of Artri- strong receive^ a contusion on his back and bruises in a one- car crash three milps east of Armstrong at 4:20 a.m. Thursday, Mar. 2i, on highway 8. 4» auto driven. £y Richa>'4 A. Paulson, 3Q, also of ArpistrQas, which was headed west at the time, skidded on ice, went out of control, rolled over at least tftrffl times, streaked into the south ditch and hit a fence. The accident was investigated by the Emmet county sheriffs office. The caf was a-totaJi !«$$ and $10 damage resulted to the fence. • The smart mgn is the one who .. .- • emptation and opportunity. 3 f^lsoti ert Atggfia. Matic was furnished by the m*n's ehOttM, aftd a sdciAl ho«f followwi D»ith Rev. aftd Mfs Waida setviftg as iftterum Jjftstof, Moftday for Axtel]. Kansas tot jttew assigftwienl They were ptfe- Sefited with a gift by t>. A. HoU comb tm behalf of the church council. . TITONKA NEWS Leroy Pillman Swea City — Rev. Leroy Pillman delivered hi* tifst sermon as pastor of Immlfi6el Lutheran church in Swea City, last Sunday- Installation ceremonies took place at the evening service, with Rev. Reynold Lingvtrall, president of the Iowa Conference, Officiating, assisted by o^ner pastors in the district, including Rev. O. tsfrbrand, daughter df M« and Mrs Clatence Isebranit celebrated het 9th birthday by having a few girls i« for the afternoon. ; The Junior Mission Baud of the Good Hope Lutheran dttttch Will meet Saturday, March -30 4 at 1:30 in the church parldrs* Janet Welhousen, Jackfe ittd Billy Rood will be hostesses, - .' Mr and Mrs Morris Keil ', of Ledyard, formerly of Ti tonka, jafe parents of a baby sort born at thfe Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center. Sunday, March 24. Mrs J. E. Keil of Titonka is the hon* ored grandmothei*. They Ire also the parents of a set of twins, Bruce and Brent, and daughter Pamela. Rusty Henderson, a student of 'Manhattan, Kansas, was a visi- 'tor over the "Weekend at.tnt home of M* and,' Mrs Eilert Boyken and family.' M Mr and Mrs Leonard CaUies mrove to Austin, Sunday, wfier* [they .visited it the home of Dr. and Mrs Frederick .Raymond and family. POSTURE. CHAIRS, by Itei Metal, Cramer and Co\e t noW on display at the Upper Des Molnes Co. Selling for as little as 9tf RAY'S WANT APS BRING RESULTS . . * ysitf^ to. mqrfeef, tp vocotMand . , . fn »h« «pftej» jhoermadel Un!ln«»/ all llgbfn*.« Spring •btlBM r .vftA' ; 'tonf f grty, black, tlastlc «»«bbla wlei, imooth glov» and p SHOE STORE FRANCO-AMMieAN TOMATO SAUCE SPAGHETTI ....2 for Be ROYALTY CRUSHED REGULAR CANS PIN E APPL E..........4 for 39c IACK SPRAT CERTAINTY OLE0..4Lbs.$1 FLOUR ^•a^^ngia^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ M— ^^ — ^^_^ - __^ ROYAL GELATIN BREAD SANOWlCHtf WfBAYi SATUHOAY RAY'S EASTER FEATURE HAM FESTIVAL! Register Your Name For TERRIFIC GRAND PRIZE See Our HAM Display I 50-LB. BAG DESSERT 8 Varieties Per Package FRESH CRISP ONIONS RADISHES Bchs 13c FRESH ASPARAGUS........ Ub. 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