The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 27
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•ft 2**AI0dna (la.) Upptr DM MdhtM Thursday, March 28, 1957 Tidbits From £ ve/yn Mr* Koaaeth Parslth had told me she was expecting twins and When the event,-transpired, she promised to Call me' .about it. True to her promise, she phoned me-the other-mottling from St. Ann wHere " otify that ntdrfilnf the daughters Trudy Lee and Trecla.-Ann had been born, Her Voice Was chipper) ahd-she was apparently' feeling fine. Such is the modern method of obstetrics that women no longer take to bed foe ted days.' < She confided she had been sleeping in borrowed pajamas of t&nt proportions—so I won'l tell to whom the$> belong- ed but, will merely say they sure were'over; iked. The family had plarined on one baby being a boy . to keep Thnrflij} company. The other little glrte' ar£ Pamela and Trina; Timmie waft- quite philosophical when told'there Were two new sisters and Said to his father, "On Well — We can get to work note and leave the women at home.",. ,* • » « "Grade" had a nice list of per* sons who 'Would be very interesting to spend a "Snowbound" interval. •• Sfc, I'll take Bobby Sherwood, thank you. I first saw him orr-the, panel of "Masquer" ade." It was taken off and then I saw him doing A few Weeks of substitute M. Cing 'Trie Big Pay Off." Since then "No, see." What has become of him, any one know? ' • * r * * ' A card from 1K« Av L, Longs says they are at Corona Del Mar, Calif., with Marguerite Dalziel and Hazel Lusby "Having the time of lives." At that I'll bet they miss Lizzie Post a'nd me. ,' '* V* * Mrs Paul Painter thought her worries' would'be,over when she got hpr boys' home from 1 service. But It isn't so! Worries still pile up. Now it*.? Mary who Js at Lutheran hospital, 1 , FpH Dodge, having her" j tack taken care - of .following an -injury suffered/.in the : 'skating rink ,' explosion and Bob' has ' bee'n' ; at Rochester, having an examination for an eye ailment. ,•_,.,• . t ;More stories came up about our recent snow (•storm. 1 -This fronr Mr and Mrs Don Sherman and Ralph'Elbqrt. The men, had at- tenSed' a business meeting at City? When the party, reached Garner they figured the befit thing to. do was stay overnight which they did-r-at a cafe and filling station, along with 20 others Who were stranded. •'Mrs Howard- Fqrsberg and Mrs Id Pileher took the latter's dati* ghter Kay Perdue to Mason City the morning after the storm and too soon 'for snow plows/to have the roads ; cleared; twice i the car gdt -stuck, but the wdmeri managed .to keep going in time for Mrs Perdue to 'catch the bus fdr"; Iowa City Where she had, an appointment at University ;ho> bltftl. When Mrs -Pilches rand Mrs Forsberg got back to Algona, they were very 'glad to have Sdme of mother Helen' Johnston's coffee to quiet the nerves. "' ' '' ' I heard of a cute prank pulled way back years ago by a popular matron when she -was a gui of high school age.. 1 promised not to give her a way. but the story is too good to pass up: This girl had gone bobsled riding and found herself between, two fine swain Who had,' "hand holding" ideas ' soon after the ride was started. ,Of course this is only natural, for what would a bob ride.be Without a certain amount of playful, innocent, amorous antics. Now this girl wore a huge muff and when she felt a hand being slipped into it, she slyly withdrew one of hers, and When the lad on the other side got the same idea, she hid both her hands under the muff. I wonder how long it took the youthful RomeOs-to tumble that they were holding hands with each other. * * ••-.'. Adel White was mentioned as a "shut in" over KLGO-TV and she ; was greatly pleased to hear from former classmates Norma Mansmith (Mrs Phil Puffer, of Corwith) and Loretta Howie, (Mrs Magnus Lichter, of Burt) Mrs Lura Johnson of Rockford, and Mrs George Olson of Mason City. Mrs Olson is troubled with arthritis. . She said she is a former Algonan but neither Adel nor I could place her. Who remembers her? Adel said Mrs John Romer .had sent her name to Mason City. ... • • * Across the street from me. at this moment I see five generations — the. two little Perdue children, mother, Mrs Kay Perdue, .. For Junior Ranchmen Every fellow wants a pair of these genuine Western Buckaroos! Trim fitting for school— long wearing for riding or play. Western Style Jackets Sues 2 to 8 1.79 Sizes 10 to 16 1.98 Ouaranletat Big Smith buck, aroos ar« guaranteed to fit b«tt*r. look bttttr and w*ar b*tt*r through morv washings. Guaraa* tod maximum shrinkage 1%» BIG SMITH DEPT. ms UQO ATTEND OPEN HOUSE AT READY-MIX Approximately 1,500 persons thronged the remodeled quarters of Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co. on North Lantry street here fust Friday on the occasion of the firm's 'Open House' to celebrate the project. Visitors came all day long, beginning at 9 A.M. Prize drawings were held every half hour during the day, and winners are listed as follows; " " ajK^m*,* '••TO*'--'" T'*™"- •••-.- —-•.-..»,»«. Bud Robinson, Algona, la. Fisherman gas can. Ed Weishaar, Algona, la. „„ Electric clock Wilbur Roeber, Whittemore : _„_ Radar light Marvin Penning, Titonka Dazey can opener L. J. Mishak, Algona Estwing hammer Mrs Raymond Vigdal, Algona Wood serving platter Ira Dutton, Algona Fisherman gas can Anna M. Schmitt, Ottosen Outing jug Donna Schoby, Bode Wood serving platter Pat Montag, Algona Sunbeam "iron Ruth Schadendorf, Algona Aluminum trellis Mrs Cora Hippen, LuVerne Outdoor cooking set Earl L. Elrnore,- Algona , Aluminum trellis George Larson, Titonka , Mirromatic coffee maker Darwin JCoepke, Burt Faribo blanket Arlene Kajewski, Algona Wire lawn border fence Mary Carney, Algona Wood serving platter Mrs Leo Frideres, Algona Alumir/um trellis Vincent Oxley, Algona Electric Corn popper M. J. Trunkhill, Burt . Electric lantern Clinton Rath, Lone Rock _ Aluminum trellis Mrs Wm. J. Becker, Algona „ Wood flower bed border Mrs Robert'Simons, Whittemore Aluminum grass stop border Donald Christensen, Algona Laundry cart Jean Lockwobd,-Burt ,_ Aluminum grass stop border Robert Winders, Algona Plate Glass Mirror Joel M, Herbst, Algona --„ ~. Aluminum grass stop border Mrs T. J. Palmer,-Algona ,_ _._, Craf^ top work bench Mrs Alfred 25eller, Bode ._-,_! Aluminum grass stop border Percy Atkinson, Algona _ Aluminum grass stop border Mrs Jess Lashbrook, Algona _. - Wood serving platter Mrs Alex Reefer, Algons ~, Aluminum grass stop border Pill Cummings, Algorja , ,,, China table lamp Longest Distance. Winner, Earl Whetstine, Mitchell, S. Dak. -_„„ '.;-.-,..« Travel clock Oldest man, Mr James E. McEnroe, 91, Algona Lawn Chair Oldest woman, Mrs Kate Annisj 93, Algona Lawn Chair grandmother, ' Mrs Ed Pllcher, great-grandrnothef, Mrs R. A. Johnston ahd great great-grandmother, Mrs Errtma Dehnert. Right now a- picture la being taken of great great-grandma Dehnert arid the tots. . That's quite a record of genedlogy. The little ones are Tommy, 3, and Karen, 2, cute little shavers. * » » Speaking, of Mrs Dshnsrf reminds me that she and Uortense Ferguson were chasing each, other afound the; other day, Both had attended a meeting of the Congregational women's Bible, class at Mrs MuMy---j|8wlBifcp*TrSey wore galoshes and j Itf getting ready to go hbme, had picked up the wrong ones, so Hhey wete being driven 'around in sdafcli of each other temakeithe correct exchange.'i ?> J ]• . •• - . t 11 is one Ihingjo.get rsiady for, one baby.;the marM article need*. ed, feut it's-'duite & 1 different stop* Wheii two;"babies arrive. Sucji Was 'the ?Cflse of Mrs" Harold Erpelding' <Who feberltly gavj Birth'to twin daughters Julie aniS, J'U'dy. Fneftds came ; t6, the r& seU6 and saWUo It that one littlje girl .shouldn't have\rhore, thaw .the other little, charnier. MA Hazel Scbtt (Robert)' and' Mrs Patty McGinnis (Dick) gave a shower Friday; evening at the home 1 '. r of Hazel's isist'er Be'uUaH (Mrs Chris Wallukait). preparing to be missionaries in French Africa. Th,e exact/time, for going there,-has notjbeen; determined and mere are many things which have to be done prior.? to departure,;, i At present they" are * located" |hear X 1 Los Angeles, and Kjiute 'if on deputation. This means he has to travel and lecture a good share of the. time. At completion of his work'in southern California,;they wiH,go to-northern 'California,; thence to Oregon ,and- Washington. They plan to be at O'Brien, Ore., in May and there will visit Knute's brother Don and his family, and other relatives. Not long ago they called on Mr s and Mrs Clair Snyderi ''Mrs Snyder is the former Katherine. Richardson and both young folk will be well remembered. Katherine is a daughter of Mr and; Mrs E. M. Richardson and, Clair ,is a son of M/ and Mrs Hallard Snider. Seniors Offer Class Play At Titonka, Apr. I '.).''...:'.. I ' . Tiionka • — The Senior Class play will be held .on Tuesday, A'pril 2; In "the'Titonka School, Auditorium under ...the direction" of Jack Easton.' Trie play is "The People versus Macine Lowe", and is a drama in three acts. Characters are as follows: Gerald Wibben, Harold Wfbben, Bob Fritz. Craig Sathoff, Judy Sleeker, Duane Beenken, Dennis Krominga, Myrna Norland, LaVonne Beenken, Warren Truesdell, Wayne Bartell, Neal Loes- cen, Dennis Wubben, Linda Nelson, Darlene Callies, Phyllis Wei-i land, Nancy . Tjaden, Audrey Larson, Louise Boyken, Sharon Carroll, Jacqueline Gerdis, Larry Gray, Janice Harms, Joyce Isebrand, Eldon Krause, Marian Meyer, Russell Sonnenberg, Harlen Sleeker, Roger Studer and Belly Halten. 40th Anniversary Open house and an afternoon tea was held at the Christian Reformed church near Woden honoring Mr and Mrs John Greenfield on their 40th wedding anniversary Wednesday, March 20. Judy Buffington assisted. Donna Eden was in charge of Ihe guest book. Mr and Mrs Greenfield were married at Mrs Greenfield's parents home near Woden, Mar. 20. 1917 and started farming on a farm east of Titonka. They are the. parents of two daughters, Mrs Ilo (Folina) Buffington of Titonka, and Mrs Paul (Mildred) Heath of Charles City and grandparents of seven' children. Twins Boys Arrive Mr and Mrs Glenn Parcel are the parents of twin' boys born at the St. Ann hospilal in Algona Friday, Mar. 22. They weighed in al 5 ¥2 Ibs. and 6 Ibs. Geis Coaching Job Keith Bruns, son of Mrs Ollie Bruns of- Titonka, has accepted ,a job at Portland, Oregon, as ^athletic coach and teacher of recreation at the public school there. Keith attended four years at the State University of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and will receive his B. S. Degree in the spring from the colege he is now attending at Pullman, Wash. He also served two years in the armed service with most of it being spent in Germany. Keith was married last May 28 to Gail Walcott of Albuquerque. Birthday Surprise Mrs May Klenk, who has been a bed patient for the past five years and is making her home at the Maple Leaf rest home at Burt, was pleasantly surprised when a group of her old neighbor ladies from Titonka called on her to help her celebrate her 83rd birthday. A take made and brought by Florence Reynolds and cqffee were served after an afternoon of visiting. -Those attending were Mis$ Etta and Maude Stecker, Mrs Ray Hansen, Mrs Julia Reynolds and Florence, Mrs Anna Alke and Mrs Camilla Cooper. Mrs Tom Young also called in the latter part of the afternoon. To Speak On Afric* , ,, •„'# Mrs Rath Burgess, a fotme 1 ! missionary teacher In, <3ahta/ Liberia, will be guest 'speaker r at the Good Ho{5e Lutheran Ladlls Aid Society' Thursday fllteffloojt April 4th at 2 p.m. She and M husband, Harold;'Burgess move'd to Titonka the first part of Hie- year and he is the State CdrH sefvation officer'for this disttiet. Hostesses will be • Mrs Qefaffi Sachati, Mrs Gordon Swan, $&&] Bob Spear and , Mrs Arnold Brandt., '] •, \< : Mrv .and Mrs • Dale Bruns of OrhaKi Neb.(a'rfe-spending the weekend at the.home of Mr and Mr* K. L. Kraht'Z,' Mr and Mrs Clifford Krantsf ; arid Mrs Ollie Bruns.; . •' • ,•'• > ''• -\ ,', i •., Thi \ Woman's; Misiionary So>- cietyto? the Qob|l:H6pe Luthera$- chufcii met at the church paflorsi >Tuesday f /afternoon.-for a short (ibusiheflsi itieetilpaM afterwards drove 'to ithe -;BMlck'|}rtJhs home 'where ,tHf#;vi|nedTainH presented JWilda BrmsWithU? Cross and teroyyn ^Missionary tpin. Lunch {wasiSer^vM by Mrs 'Bruns. r Mr aridD Mr|iilartX ; Mehlan entertained vthefc bridge club Friday^evening ^ithiMr and Mrs ; Lerrhorid.-, Interrnill; receiving high; Mi? and Mrs Don Budlong, iraveV,, .and Mr and Mrs Jerry JHchutjef, low. wA farewell party was held Tuesday evening in honor of Mr gad* Mrs. WHbur, Christensen and sfoMly^who^VfallUeave and make their home ' at West Concord, iMinn. shortly. They, have been Visiting Wilbur's parents, Mr and Mrs. Clarence Christensen. '.SMr and ; Mrs ;Edward Brandt arid family Vv?re*;Weekend- guests fet the hbrrie'o"f'Mr and Mrs John Brilley of Rock'Island and on their return trip Sunday stopped, at the home ofyMrs Brandt's parents aff State jCenter. .'*'• Mr r Wf.-Mrs Amos Krominga ilrid Diarie. droye to Rockford, 111], Pridaji 'to -visit with their daughter and sons families, the DeLois Dunnivans and the 'Paul. Kromingas. ^ Mrs Anna Swyter visited Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ella ^Brandt. Taylors Wed 40 Veals * .'-.', i.,. *** . i' Mr, and;Mrs W. C. Taylor of Algona, pictured above, observed their 40th' wedding anniversary on v March 4, yhile vacationing in' Brownsville, Texas. The Taylors were married Mar. 4, 1917, at Cam- briai Idwa.'They came to Algona in 1932 and farmed near Sexton 'r'-lQ*years, when Mr Taylor/entered the implement business in lgona. They have three sons, Rex, Mitch and Dean, all of Algona, nine grandchildren. (UDM engraving) TITONKA NEWS children rteagrt for dinner. • DrvG. Q. Dolmage of Buffalo (Setter 'was a Sunday guest at the home of Dr/ 'Sifter- and'. .. was' thdtdaffljhttr,' Dr. ice. Sartor of Charles City. Deris" Hifcr, daughter, of Mrs ••«» pa day for a week's spring vacation from her duties at colle'ge at Waverly. ; '"Ruth, Katfieryn and -Margaret Everdlng Were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daUgh- e Neil. Boyken is speeding V week of spring vacation yflt. trre home of his paints, Mr andjvlW Wm.' Boyken, He is, attending College!' at: Ames.. , ,« 'Torn Ltfats began his duties^as Assistant ittUttuWPffgvs-r the new wnodl b$Idiftf-.s.w&A opened fof daMfefc 'He Will at* slat Edward Hartttt WnftaM ° eej ^ local school janltof the past -niha local scno^ &MAi ^ . ^ bus driven, taking Tom's o'f'Eakota at* tKe,6M|tfW bf a baby son born sufiday», March-17, at Britt. ' His name- IS: Kevih Roger'and .Is the grattdson of'Mr art! Mrs Afflos Krbriiinga 6f\fi- tohka. t * ' , \ , Connie Steckec drove io Forl- tanelle over th* w&keftd and visited With M? ( aiuL; «|j™ Leo Campbell and family; there;Connie and Leo werfe Bu.ddles;;in the armed services. -.-" .. .£:j «' Mr and Mrs iLeb • B|ibert and family arrived. Saturdai'.:. and visited at the home of Mrs. Sei, b'ert's brother 1 V aftd'faittily; the Martin Steckers.iThey also-visited at the home of Etta and Maude Sleeker and the John K. Harm? Dr. J.B.H ARRIS Jr ANNOUNCES THE/OPENING OF HIS OFFICES IN THE GENEftAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY WEDNESDAY APRIL 3,1957 'I • '. ' ' ' •- ..• •--•;'.' ••*;''•* OFFICE ABOVE IOWA STATE BANK, ALGONA Phone CYpress 4-2334 (13*) FOB MARCH 29-30 HERE'S ALL YOU DO! NOTHING EXTRA TO BOY Save the eaib rtgiitcr tapei yon get when yott shop at COUNCIL OAK STOEES. Endow tlteu tepet in your I f ree WAMPUM TAPE envelope, nntU they total $36.00 ' in porchawi. Uie a wparatt envelope for each 43fi.W | worth of purchaaet. • "*T- . TEEB OITTS AVAILABLE KOWJ - I * STAINLESS STEEL TABLEWARE. | > PAINTED DINNERWARE. | ^STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN TOOLS COATCC WHNSON* CHOCOL ATI IAH CIOKIES ITIC fAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN TOOL9. , ^» — ._ _' _. — ^-n '—'— —»* FRESH SWEET TENDER | ROBB-ROSS ! PEANUT BUnER Lb. LARGE 159 CEUP BAG { MORTON HOUSE pi *< I OVEN BAKED C 16-ox. V i BEANS .......,..l| CAN$ I SACRAMENTO X *. 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