The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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2-Alflona (la,) Upper DM Molnn Thunday, April 4, 1957 add Mrs Harold Cowan returned last week from Pompa'no B$aeh, Fla. ( Whefe they vacation- •eft * "••*•' . • Mrs Virgil Shackelford is again at' hbme after bailing had surgery at St.' Ann hospital sevefa : days ago. t Mr and Mrs W. J, Slgsbec have been visiting their son-in-law arid daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E Beardaley. • Mrs Emma Dehnerl had Mrs Anna Vinnas of Des Moines as guest Tuesday and Wednesday this weeki Mr and Mis Pal Doerning have bijien visited several days by Mrs Doerning's mother, Mis Elizabeth Ruppcrt of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Nels, Isaacson have returned from Washington, D. C. where theyVattettded a phbto- g&phers convention. ; -Mr and Mrs L. ft. Walker attended the funeral-services Sunday, afternoon at Swea City for Mrs Walter Smith. • Mrs Celia Deal. Mr and Mrs Robert .Deal and Don peal spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mr artd Mrs' "Pete" Deal. ,|yir and Mrs A. R. Crulfcshank spent the weekend at Des Moines with their son*in-law and daughter;., Mr >and Mrs Roland Grefe. Mrs Sim Leigh of Ihe Irving- tbjv vicinity has returned from F.ort Dodge where she had surgery at the Lutheran hospital. 'Mrs Eihel Chamberlain left this week for Glenwood, Minn., where she will visit a few weeks with her son-in-law and daughter . Mr and Mrs .Wayne Wolf of Waterloo were weekend guests of ijr and Mrs Ezra Blanchard. Mrs Wblf is Mrs Blanchard's daughter;- -.Mrs Orville Hedrick, nee Veda Neuman, who has been living at Tltai 1 i4-nu_ .<_*_' 1_ _ tl il. _ 1 « •_ _ I Mr and Mrs.Keilh Campbell came Sunday from Des Moines and spent the day with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Fox. .Thursday went to her own home. Mrs W. J. Fuller is convalescing from a fall in her home in which she suffered a broken bone in her ankle. Mrs Augusta Beilz has been visited by her grandson Sam Beitz of Motley, Minn. He had been In California and was en- route home. E. J. Evers has been ai Si. Ann hospital for 3c-rays and observation. He returned home Monday. He has been troubled With a stomach ailment. Mrs Grace Johnson is on leave of absence from the Chrischilles store and is at Cedar Rapids with her brother-in-law and sister. She has- been suffering with a throat ailment, Mr and Mrs Frank Cunning' is now hospitalized Her; condition is Whittemore, at" St. Ann. s'er.ious. vGwen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel is. leaving • Sat ,%;., Sioux', Falls., a.hd, """ ,. ., days, ;,ther,e;atten'ding photographer's '• convention,.. .>'MrS Emma Crouch had as •dinner guests-last week Sunday and sister, Mr a^ Mrs A. J. Onerem, her niece artel, nephtew, Mr and Mrs .Jack Kfeudtson and son Paul of Thor. iMrs Eva Deim and hiw sister M.My! Bieser had as dinner ; guests Sattirday evening the former's srfn-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Johnson and family.' of Irvington. The Johnsons' daughter Rochelle, who attends Iowa State Teachers 'college at Cedar Falls, was home for the weekend. bam were visited Sunday -by the letter's brdther and wife, Mr and Mrs Joe Powers of Minneapolis enroute from a month's vacation n Florida. Mr and Mrs L. E. Courtney lad as guests and over night Sun- Jay the letter's sister, Mrs R. W. iVelp and daughter Diane of Tonda. They also visited Mrs help's parents Mr and Mrs Aired Semon. • : Mrs Emma Crouch spent last Week Wednesday at Humboldt with Mrs Herb Jensen and other friends. Enroute home she stopped in Bode to visit Mr and Mrs Oscar Olson who were observing their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer had the letter's parents and sister, Mr and Mrs Otto Oldenberg and Emma of Austin, Minn., as guests Tuesday. Mrs Oldenberg and Emma attended the Mothers and Daughters banquet at the Trinity Lutheran church that evening. . Jack Allen who leaches English, 'ai)d, dramatics in'the Brift,, schools^'attende^i' a district declamatory cbntes't 'and meeting held Wednesday," Thursday, Sri- day and Saturday at Denisori.' His pupil Charlene Reim went there Saturday and won first in the orotorical division. Mr and 'Mrs Charles Fox had as visitors last w?ek the latter's uncle and .wife, Mt- and-Mrs Raymond O'Dell of Casper, Wyo-. They were enroute home from Florida where they had spent the winter. They also visited Mrs Fox' mother, Mrs Alice Barslou, sister of Mr O'Dell, at Bancroft and brought her here to spend Sunday with them. Kaihatme FraM? who It errt ployed at Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and MJ?S Clarence Fraser. Mr FraSef Still Has his f6ot in a cast but it is believed he Will soon be able to have a walking cast. Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert spent the weekend at Carroll with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt. Mrs Bierstedt and children came back with them and will be joined this weekend by Mr Bierstedt: Mrs Leonard Malueg has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital where she Was taken for treatment following a fall,in front oi the Methodist church. She was at the home of her son and daughter-in-laXv, Mr and Mrs Ervin Malueg, a week , and Mr and Mrs William Dau St. and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilbert Ruhrtke drove to Whittemore Sunday to visit Mr Dau's niece and hus- bahd, Mr and Mrs 'Wayne Gade and to see the son Craig Harry born to Mr and Mrs Gade, March 12. Mr and Mrs Ed Abbas were visited Saturday by the former's parents, Mr and Mrs John Abbas and daughter Betty, Mr, and Mrs Robert Alcorn and Roger Rung- ved of West Bend. The Ed Abbas family drove to West Bend S.un- day and were guests at the parental: Abbas home. • Cleone Crawford, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford spent from Friday till Wedhesr day in Chicago, house guest of a friend Carol Krueger., She came here Wednesday morning via train and will be taken ;to Mount Vernon Sunday by. 'her parents to resume her studies -at Cornell college. •:. Algona friends of Mrs' Ralph Horigan, a former resident, Will be interested to know of the death of Mrs Horlgan's mother, She died in ,Des Moines Mar, 19 following a lingering illness. Fu neral services were- also held i Des Moines. The late Mr Horiga: was employed in a shoe stor when the -family lived here. Mrs Robert Reilly and daugh ter Patty went to Colorad Springs, Colo., last week Wed nesday to bring home .the grand children Jeffrey and Christin whose mother, Mrs Gene Simp son is hospitalized for vir,u hepatitis and is iff isolation. Sh will be hospitalized about a fort night. MX and Mrs Ralph Donovan had their son and daughter-ih .aw, Mr and Mrs Bob Donovan a weekend „ guests,,-. ...ilhey -are •• npy located at Fort Dodge where B6b is doing practice teaching social science. He is enrolled a tlie-Iowa State Teachers collegi arid will get his Master's degrei this summer. Mr and Mrs Paul Detlman were visited over the weekenc by their, son-in-law and daughje Mr and Mrs George' Kinkki gnil daughter Sherrie Kay, of De Moines. The previous week they had as guests, Mrs Dettman's brother and sister-in-law, Mr anc Mrs Alfred Godfredson of Fair inont, Minn., and son Elvin God' fredson of Seneca. Mr and Mrs John Helmers hac ivin Spring Special on MR. MOTORIST! HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE. During the month of April, Dau's Garage will offer unheard of special exchange prices on all fresh stock Grant Batteries. Farmers—here is your chance to get your tractor battery exchanged for a power- packed GRANT. We have all sizes in stock—below is a sample of the tremendous bargains we are offering you. GROUP 1 (Used In Most Tractors) ii '.' spRriAr. " Price SPECIAL Exch, Price I 13T Tractor 86 Amphr. $ie.75 "$12.57 1ST Tractor 100 Amphr. $18.45 $13.84 15C1 Gar Battery 100 Amphr. $18.45 $13.84 1N13 Tork 77 Amphr. $14.25 $ 9.19 Price SPECIAL Exch. Price 1701 Car Battery 115 Amphr. $21.95 $14,72 OLDSMOBIl-E SALES & SERVICE •ai as guests Sunday their ' daughter-in-law, Mr fl . Rffihard H«lml*8^8|ilet aoft Da of De^MoJnes\ T^ekfilsa had, weekend guests tftei&giMd«$l!f dren Liftd* ahdi £a*Jf WflJ sen, 6t _, __ here while the parents Were in Minneapolis, Minn., visiting Mr* Wilschusen's brotheflit'law^an^ sister, Mt and Mis Robert Carlson, joe Bestenlehner and her son and daughter-ln*law, Mr-a^ Mrs Don Wood are going tb ,'MlH» neapolis Friday, April 5 to at* tend the Sportsmefl's showYTlfe? will be met there by another S6ft and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mft Sigwell Wood of Detroit Lakes;' Minn. Mrs Bestenlehner' will stay at Whittemore with his son* in-law and daughterj Mf-and Mrs : Louis Duffy during his wife's absence. . .', • '" James E. Sheridan, ton of Mt and Mrs James P. Sheridan, who is now assistant manager for. v the; Chicago Liri'cSln'; branch of Se&> board Finance Cov has "'< fceefe selected to attend the college of his choice in Chicago for four' years. The company will pay for his education. He plans to enroll in accounting, and is also completing a course during his, spare time for the executive pf-'; fices in Los Angeles. .••" " .V '^.t A telephone ball from Mrs; Mary Lytle to her mother, Mrs' Robert Carney, : Wednesday, informed the latter\that Mary and :her daughter, Jeri, were snowbound in a small western Nebraska town. They ran into the snowstorm which struck Tuesday through .the 'mountain statf s'V and the great plains.: They' are. ofl .their way to the ^west 'coast, "and intended to visit 'an'.uncle' in Oregon as the first stop. Bancroft News A hundred and ,. twenty-one were confirmed in St.! John's it her home Tuesday evening Alice and Alma lllg. Jean Becker and,,Kay^Afttt;wiif6ft -of Si Joe and Mafiafln Muwe and / Mrs Rose-Mufphy, Mrs AHhdf Long, 'Mra Heifiry Lamps spent Monday afternoon at the George Do&ay home visiting with Miss W'-Jt?-- 1 »*i1 __„ - .. * • ***5 .1-4 • *«* ** R3S8'" 'Dobcy ",of ' Walla Walla, Wiish. Who IS Visiting relatives here, « . Mrs Leona Baker and daughter attd-Mrs Hattie Smidt, Algona, Spent Wednesday wth Mrs Nellie Lup.en here. The ladies are sisters. • . » x J. W, Sehiitz; a patient of Holy Family Hospital returned home Thursdays His brother P. M. Schiltz, a patient of Mercy hospital, . Fort Dodge, for several weeks, returned home'this week. ; Mr and . Mrs Walter Goche and family' speht ten days in North Carolina visiting their Bort Donald who present Thursday evening, be sides -Mrs Harris, a sister of Mi Miller, were Mr and Mrs Loui« Zmflel, bfother-imlaw and"sitte* Of Mf MiJIefj Mr and Mrs Efirl Riidnlok, Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Harlan Balgeman, Lynn and- Bobby of Whittemore; the meri being brothers of Mrs Miller; Mr and Mrs Herman Harms and Wilhelmina, and Mr and ; Mrs Herbert Balgeman of West Bend. Planning the event were Mr and Mrs Ronald Miller and children Diann» Dennis and Darrell, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller, sbn Jeffery afid Mr and Mrs David DV Miller, all Algonas Mr and MfS Harold Reimers, Sue, Brian and Tdmmy" of Burt and Miss Sharon Miller at home. Mr artd Mrs B. E. Miller wets guests of their children at a Sun; day dinner at the Johnson House in Algona, also honoring,the an- hivefsary of their wedding. • Following the dinner a Social'eve. ning was spent at the Ronald Miller home. ( ,^ The Birthday Circle .will meei Wednesday afternoon, April. 10 with Mrs J". 0. fsehbefger. Mrs F, 0. Stow Will BftVe, ptogfam and Others are no birthdays* J? Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff and children spent the weekend with relatives iri Minnesota. On Sunday they attended a 40th wedding anniversary celebration ; honoring the pafents of Mrs Vanderhoff. The open* house was held at the /NiSsWa 'Community Church for Mr and Mrs Frank Kruger of PeqUot Lakes, Mlrtn. A program was given and lunch tyas served by women of the Aid Society. • Church at 10 o'clock Mondays is in the service. Kenneth who is holme otfleave accompanied them on" their vacation trig. ... Jerome Besch, Leland -Dirner, Joan and Lyle Boss, Bonnie Lud- Wig spent Sunday evening at the Laurence Bergman home. In the evening Donna and Kenny Bergman and Darrell and Darrold Grahgenett, Accompanied them tpj.,Whittemore and attended a pa'rty at the . Boss home. Lyle :and Joan moved from here to Whittemore this spring. B. E. Millers Of Burt Honored '(.' Btu-i — Trie children of Mr and Mrs "B.: E. Miller, honored their parents • Thursday evening by planning a family gathering in Observance of the Miller's 35th wedding anniversary. Oiie guest, Mrs Blanch Harris of West Bend, iwas an. • attendant at their. wed,ding in 1922. The ceremony was Berformed in West Bend by Rev. Donna Bergman had as guests Otto' Kitzman. Other : . , ...» »-_'*_ . • • ^^^^••J * MB sM ' - '"•'•- '=', ^^^^ Ml •• i Fertilizer Bulk OR FERTILIZER IN BAGS IF YOU PREFER! Act Now Before Seeding time! ^- • '••"'.' ..,•••" i • ' We Have 10-10-10, 5-20-20, 0-20-20, 0-20-10, 0'20«0 F6r Immediate Delivery For FREE Soil Sample Gall CY 4-2701 Collect Grass Seed - Field Seed WJE WILL MIX TO YOUR ORDER—LARGEST SUPPLY IN ALGONA ALGONA FLOUR & FEED COMPANY "EBONY ELEGANCE" PATTERN PRICES, FOR APRIL. 5*6 " ' "•• ~ /«rr *GCOANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Oar "WAMPUM TAPE" Plan Save the pink ca'fh regi»te> tape* you get when you shop at Council Oak. 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