The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
Page 26
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WHO IS IT? IS IT YOU? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE JUST IDENTIFY YOURSELF AT ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE WORTH $2.00 AT DIAMOND'S SURPLUS WORTH $2.00 AT KIRKS SHOES WORTH $2.00 AT SHARP'S JEWEIRY - AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE I 6-Algofto (lo.) Uppar Do» Moinei Thursday, April 4, 1957 New Arrival At Salz Home In Offosen Ollogen — Mrs Vincent Salz and infant. Fon returned homo Monday, March 18, from St. Ann hospital in Algona where the baby was born March 13. The baby weighed eight pounds and four ounces and has been named Maurice Vincent. Mr and Mrs George Bosch of West Bend are the maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Charles Salz of Whittemore are the paternal grandparents. The baby was baptized Sunday at St. Peter and Paul's church at West Bend. Mrs Reinald Salz of Bode and Victor Besch of Ot- 'tosen were the sponsors. Guests for dinner at the Vincent Salz home following the baptism were Mr and Mrs Reinald Salz and family, Mr and Mrs Victor Besch, Mr and Mrs George Besch and Viola and Harold and Mr and Mrs Charles Salz. Double Celebration Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pann of Ottosen will be hosts to an open house honoring Mrs Wehrspann's parents, Mr and Mr» O. W. Thomas at their newly built home at 015 No. 15th Street, Fort Dodge, on Sunday, March 31 from 2 to 5 in the afternoon and from 7 to 9 in the evening. In addition to the new home, the couple will celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary which will be April 13. Friends and relatives are invited. Progressive Club : ; < The members of the Progressive Club will have as their lesson study for next year "Inside Iowa." They met Thursday, afternoon at the home of Mrs Alfred Schultz. Mrs Harold Mountain gave the lesson. GUests were Beverly King, Mrs Allafc Watnem, Mrs Ralph Jacobson and Mrs Bertha Jacrobson. The next meeting will be April 4 at the home of Mrs Eugene Struthers. Service Men Notes Pvt. John Wayne Nielsen, son of Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen, and Pvt. Larry Telford, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Telford, arrived home Saturday for a 14-day furlough from Fort Chaffee, Ark. Mr" and Mrs H. J. Nielsen met the boys in Des Moines. When they 7'eturn to camp, Nielsen will attend, radio school. Telford will go to Fort Hood, Texas where he will have a ten week course in food handling. While at Fort Chaffee, Telford won several awards in marksmanship. Sunday Pvt. Larry Telford WRS guest of honor at a dinner at the Louil Jacobson home. Others present included Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and family, LeRoy Worby and Beverly King and Vickie, i Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton were guests at a 500 party Saturday evening at the Lawrence Westberg home at Rutland. The Elmer Schultcs were assisting hosts. Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs Essie Cooper home were Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and family of Dexter, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Goehenou. home at Fenton. Mr find Mrs Mike Frohling and family visited at the Jay Me Collough home at TJlairsburg. Mr and Mrs Ol'iver Kinseth were Sunday dinner guests at the James Barber home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haup, and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Barber home. Mr and Mrs No's Ellirvgson'ol Forest City were Sunday visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy, Mr and Mrs Allan Wat- nem and Bruce Watnem and Dorothea Fallesen were guests at a birthday party honoring Mrs Paul Watnem at the home of her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs H. 3. Classick at Belmond Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel attended graveside rites for Clair Winkie at Burt on March 17. The same afternoon they were visitors at the Lloyd Schenek home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Roy Enocksori visited Sunday evening the Thorston Satern home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family visited Saturday evening at the Alfred Schultz home. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius (Visited Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona. Mr and Mrs Glen Heilickson and family of Havelock were Sunday evening supper guests at the Howard Heilickson home. Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen and Mary Ann spent Saturday at Perry at the Ralph McLuen home. Mrs Florence Flanigan of Fort Dodge is convalescing at the H. J. Nielsen home following'sur- gery recently. Mr and Mrs David Coleman and family of Livermore visited Friday evening at the Deanne Telford home. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs Albert Thorsen and Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards attended the presentation of The Seamless Robe at the Algona High School Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Chester Alfne and daughter Shirley were Sunday visitors with Mrs Alme's mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock, Mrs Earl Long attended funeral services for Mary M. Altman at Livermore, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Harold Montandon and family of Iowa Falls spent overnight Saturday ahd Sunday at the Knut Oppedahl home. Other Saturday evening .guests at the Oppedahl home were Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet of Algona and Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug. Visitors Friday evening at the Donald Cooper home were Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and family of Dexter, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Holland Feyold of Humboldt. Sunday evening visitors at the Magnus Bratland home included Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Vickie, and Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen of Humboldt ana Mrs Haldor Dale of Bode. Thursday evening visitors , at the Louis Jacobson home were the Bernard Coyle family of Bode. Friday evening guests were Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan, Mrs Elizabeth Anliker and daughters of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson. • Mr and Mrs Earl Olson attended baptism for their grandson, Erie Robert, infant son of Wr and Mrs Robert Olson of Ames, at the Bode Lutheran Church Sunday morning. Mrs Oliver Lee observed her. birthday Monday, March 25, and had guests Sunday. Diane Kay, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford, was baptized during services at Peach Lutheran church in West Bend Sunday, Mar. 17. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson were sponsors. Following the services Mr and Mrs Jacobson and Leslie Ann Zinnel were dinner guests at the Telford home. Attending the CharWhe Daniel- Stanley Lee nuptials at the Humboldt Methodist Church Sunday afternoon were Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl ahd Suzanne and Anthony, Mr and Mrs John Vinaas and Janice, Mr ahd Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Donald Larson and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and Douglas, Mrs Hattie Daniel and Mr and Mrs Howard Heilickson. Members of the Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Sam Kropf. Mrs Albert Thorsen read the Scripture. Mrs Art Lovig gave the lesson. Mrs Albert Thorsen had charge of recreation. Mrs Richard Kropf and daughters were guests. Following is the address ot James J. Banwart, son of Mr and Mrs Silas Banwart: Jam* J. Banwart, F A 9736018 E-Dv, USS Pine Island AVI 2, c/o SPO San Francisco. Calif. IF It'S NfiWS WE WAKT' It Bought enough paint end supplies to redecorate inside and outside for only 10% Down! Redecorate with HOMEguard. 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