The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE JUST IDENTIFY YOURSELF AT ALOOMA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE WORTH $2.00 AT HUB CLOTHIERS WORTH $2.00 AT GRAHAM'S WORTH $2.00 AT ELVA A JESSIE'S AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! Farewell Party For Swansons r Wesley, Mar. 25 Wesley — Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson were honored at a surprise farewell party at their farm home Monday evening, Mar. 25, by a group of neighbors who brought and served a lunch and presented the honored couple a gift of a bedspread. The guests were Mr and Mrs Henry Redenius, Mr and Mrs Penn Eckles, Mr and Mrs Forrest Eckles, Mr -and Mrs George Weiland, Herbert Missals, Lawrence and Otto Fox, Mrs Shroeder, Mr and Mrs Herman Ostercamp. Mr and Mrs Leon .Gardner, Mr and Mrs Carl Pals, Mr and Mrs Carl Starquist, Mr and. Mrs Russell Swanson, Mrs Gertrude Swanson, Alma Funnemark and Lou Goetz. Swansons moved to this farm northeast of Wesley in 1920, a year after their marriage and have lived there ever since. Five years ago their oldest son Russell built a new home near the family home, and he will farm the place. The old home will become a tenant house. Swansons have four sons, Russell and Maynard of Wesley, Eugene of Rockford, 111., and Leon of Minneapolis, Minn. A fifth son Alvin died March 18 of last year. Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson are moving soon to a home in B r i 11 recortlly purchased of Boots Peterson. Card Clubs Meet Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained their 500 Card Club Sunday evening, March 31. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker entertained their 500 card ' club Sunday evening. Harold Weber won high score prize and travel prize. Wm. Hrubes won low score prize. Mr and Mrs Ed Hymes will entertain the group Sunday evening, April 14. 51 Are Confirmed The pupils of St. Joseph's Parochial school enjoyed a day's vacation Monday, April 1. Bishop Mueller of Sioux City confirmed a class of 51 pupils and several adults Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom had as their Sunday dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Wes Beenkcn and Gary of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Curtis Lcwerke and Danny of Britt; Mr and Mrs Walter Johnson and Douglas of Britt, Mrs Ruth Johnson of Britt and Gertrude Edinger of Britt. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames spent the weekend in their home here. They are offering their home for sale. Mrs Bob Yohn of Minneapolis spent last week in her parental, August Garman home and helped with the spring housecleaning. Her husband spent the weekend here and his wife accompanied him home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Rnecht and family were guests Friday evening in the A. J. Eischeid home at Algona in honor of Mrs Eischeid's birthday. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Marvin Kramer and family and Mrs Adam Kramer, all of Bode. Sunday guests in the Oliver Young home in honor of Mrs Young's birthday were Mr and Mrs Earl Young and children of Titonka, Kathleen Young of Algona and Mrs Jo Egland of Emmctsburg. On Monday, Mrs Young was honored at a party in the Charles Price home. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard accompanied by her parents, Mr and Mrs George Eggleston of Lu- Verne went to DCS Moines Friday to visit Beulah Eggleston, a surgery patient in the Methodist hospital. Mrs Paul Schmitt and sons and Mrs Don Vogel and daughter of Lohrville came Saturday to visit their parents, the A. N. Richtsmeier and the J. T. Meurers. Their husbands came Sunday and all returned home that evening. Mrs Lawrence Wingert came home Thursday from Neptune where she had been visiting her son Father Gerald Wingett several weeks. Mrs Katherine Downs was admitted to St. Ann hospital. Algona Thursday evening, March 29, for medical care. She makes her home with her daughter, Mrs Julius Seiler and family at St. Benedict and is Ed Downs' mother. Mr and Mrs Albert Lickteig and family took their daughter Helen and Marilyn Hughes back to Mankato, Sunday. The two young ladies, students at Good Council Academy, had spent the weekend at home. Urban Neuroth and Leo Hildman visited their wife and sister, Mrs Rosella Neuroth at Iowa City Saturday. She is a patient in University hospital. Rev. Percy Carlsson was guest speaker Wednesday, April 3, at the Lenten service in the Methodist church. Ex-governor Robert Blue of Eagle Grove will be speaker April 10. Mrs Lucy Brabec R. N. of Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with Frirnml relatives. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy went to Waterloo Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs Ed Thissen and family till Sunday night. Del Benner went to Everley, Saturday afternoon, to visit his sister, Mrs George Spangler and family for several, days. L. T. Root and Tommy went to Winona, Minn. Sunday to visit their daughter and sister Ellen Root, a student at St. Teresa's college. They returned home Monday night. Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and daughter Kimberly Marie were business visitors in Sioux City Monday, April 1. Prairie Neighbors will meet Tuesday, April 9, in the Glenn Smith home with Minnie Frimml as assistant hostess. The les- son on Adequate Wiring will be given by Mrs Dale Dornbier and Mrs Donovan Studer. Mr and Mrs Bill Robinson and son of Finley, North Dakota, w.ili be overnight guests Saturday. April 6, in the Ear! Robinson ' home. They are coming to attend the wedding of "Darn ii I Robinson and Marilyn Kearney ! at Algona on April fith. The parents, Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Monies and iheir son Marion of Texas are also expected for the occasion. Saturday dinner guests in the Ole K. Flom home were Mi"* Esther Skow of Bonne and her houseguests, Rev. and Mrs Sigfrid Mosby, missionaries from Vene/.uela, South America, sent out by Evangelical Alliance Mission of Chicago, 111. The Mosbys are former students of Mr nnd Mrs Marion Paulson when both taught in a church school at Rushford, Minnesota many years ago. They were Friday supper and overnight guests in the Paulson home. Charles Nygaard and Sylvester Arndorfer took the Wesley township 4-H boys to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit the hog judging at Hormel.s meat plant and take a tour of the Corn Belt Power plant. Mrs Charles Nygaard was a guest of her mother, Mrs George Eggleston at a Mothers-Daughters banquet Thursday evening in the Methodist church at Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Herbert Knecht and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Josephine Knecht in honor of Mrs Wilbur Knecht's confirmation Saturday. Bill and Jean Price, Merle Giddings, Gloria and Ruth Wise. Julia and Melissa Nygaard and Mrs Charles Nygaard and Mrs Veva Lease attended an Algona sub-district rally of "Methodist youth at the Algona church Sunday afternoon and evening. Bishop Ensley of Des Moines was guest speaker. About 500 Thursday, Aprft 4, Al«a*a wore p Mr ;->nd Mrs Lylo Ward and Frank Ward of Brook ings, South Dakota visited their uncles. Harold and Charles Price and their families on Friday. Tht.y were enroiito to Algoria to attend fu- neinl service's fur a relative. Miss Genevieve Lawier of Minneapolis, Minn, spent th< weekend with the Phil Ballard family in Algona nnd Vincent E)nue,han and son Steven here. Mr and Mrs Ernest Hemmingsen of Sac City spent the weekend at the H. E. Hemmingser home. The two couples attend- j ed a square dance party in Kanawha Friday evening. Firemen answered a call to the Walter Pfeffer farm Friday afternoon to extinguish a grass fire. The Seniors of the public school have chosen as their class play, ''That's Our Boy" and have begun practice. It will be presented on Friday night April 26. Mrs Mary Mullin is coaching the play. were enjoyed. Harold Grunhovd was ft |>et- ient at the Holy Family Hospital at Ks-tnei ville Thursday night nnd Friday. He returned home on Saturday. Mrs Kuls Williamson, who has been staying at the home of a son at Kstheiville, is now visiting at, the home of her daughter, the Olnf Oftfdahls. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Raymond and Lois, also Bob Wilborg attended baptismal services at Fairmont Sunday morning, for the infant son of Mr and M.s Donald Wilberg. SENECA NEWS Jerry Crouch, who is a student at Iowa State College, spent several days this past week with his parents, the Earl Crouchs. Raymond Wilberg, who was hospitalized at Des Moines where he became ill with pneumonia while attending the Boys State basketball tournament, was well enough to make the trip home on Wednesday. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club were hosts to the Neighboring 4-H clubs at a roller skating party at the Armstrong Roller Rink last Thursday eve* ning. The Seneca sophomore class weve hosts at a all high school party at the Seneca school gymnasium Friday evening. The group enjoyed planned recreation after which refreshments :*s*s*«*s NATIONAL INVESTORS CORPORATION The Growth Stock Mutual Fund 59 ' CONSECUTIVE '* DIVIDEND 6 cents a stiarc, payable March 31, 1957 to shareholders of record March 13, 1957 Kenneth M. Chitlmeri Secretary This Investment Paid 8Vz% In Dividends in 1956 WRITE Oft CONTACT LESLIE LARSON Rlngsted, Iowa Phone 20648 For Further Information Representing STATE BOND A MORTGAGE CO. New Ityn, Minn. Face Amount Certificate* Accumulative Certificate Investment Certificates Dealer In Mutual Funds for Broadsireet Investing Corp. National Investors Corp. - Whitehall! Fund FARMERS! 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