The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 13
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Smtrothtr For First Time In 20 Years 81. &«n*dici «. Mrs Kick fcis- chen was so happy to have as- a guest, a brother whom she had not seen for 20 years, who came to help celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of another sister ami brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred lllg of St. Joe. This brother is John Kayser, 82 years old, of Yarnhlll, Ore. He came by plane May 17 and was at tht Nick Eischen home a couple o1 days. Mrs John Thul and Petei Kayser arc another brother and sister. There was a pre-nuptial showpi in honor of Marilyn Roeder, May 26. She will become the bride oi Leroy Grandgenett June 4 in the St. Benedict Catholic church and the new couple will live in aft apartment oh State Street In Al- gotia. Marilyti is employed by Hall Brothers of International Harvester Co. ahd Lefoy by Martin Hamilton, Wesley. On the eveniVig of May 20, Mrs Jim McCaffery of Dallas, Texas and her parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Capesius Were dinner guests in the Philip Arndorfer home. The Gebrge Kunkcl family and George's brother, Bob, went fishing May 23 at Iowa Lake and report good luck. On their return they visited the former Rose Marie Kunkel, Mrs Ed Schiltz of Swea City. Jano Arndorfor's grandparents, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe, helped her celebrate her 9th birthday. May 21. Mrs Leo McEnroe was an afternoon caller. Mr and Mrs Nick Amdorfer drove to Storm Lake last Sunday afternoon to attend Sunday evening graduation of their nephew tatty Ptekeni of Stoffh Lake.tf* is a son of Mr ahd Mrs Roy Pickens, and is the last their three children to graduate. Mrs Pickens, and is the last of their three children to graduate. Mrs Pickens is the former Amelia Arndorfer, a sister of Nick. 2:00 P. M. By 2:00, the "National" home in Algona appeared with all window finishing done, and inside partition wall* permanently in place. The goal of having the home up, except for plumbing, heating, painting, and roof shingling, by nightfall was in sight. COMING! ... ON WEEK-ENDS OF JUNE 8-9 AND 15-16 "Open House" of The New National Home "Sweetbriar" A» Advertised in Life, McCall's, Look, Ladies Home Journal ... At Corner of McGregor and Main Streets in Algona WEGNER CONSTRUCTION CO. ... "NATIONAL" HOMES DEALER RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. Hoffman of Minneapolis and Chicago will demonstrate, without charge, his "Lock-O-Matic" Shields in ALGONA — HOTEL ALGONA WEDNESDAY. JUNE 5 ' from 9 A.M. to 12 Noon. Please come early. Mr. Hoffmann says: "After 30 years during which I have personally fitted over 20,000 cases of hernia, I have produced and patented the AMAZING Lock- O-Malic. It's exclusive LINK-LOCK adjustment to everyone's need virtually guaranty perfect Retention of your Rupture setting a new standard for effectiveness and comfort. Why wear antiquated and unscientific trusses that always enlarge the opening. Remember: The Best is none too good, if you are ruptured. Caution: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. Those having large ruptures which have returned t a^ter ojpasi*npugar^$tetiDn are especially invited. HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. Factory, Box 84 Prairie Du Chiert, Wis. Bridal Showers Honor 2 In Swea & Eagle Mrs Wm. ' Mather (nee Cleo Young) was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs Orville Thoreson, May 15. A short program, and a skit of the hats in Cleo's life provided some of the entertainment. She then opened her gifts. Hostesses were, Mesdames Orville Thoreson, Walter Garack- owski, Otto Swanson, Harvey C. Larson, Christena Swanson, Elvin Swanson, Warren Brones, Andrew Brones, Jay Brones, and Kenneth Brones. Marlene Carlson was given a miscellaneous Ishower Saturday night at the home of Mrs P. A. Holcomb. A short program was given, a reading by Mrs Harvey C. Larson, solo by Mrs Cecil Thoreson, reading and poems by Mrs Dettmer Thompson, and some entertainment. Miss Carlson then opened her useful gifts. A luncheon was served. Hostesses were Mesdames P. A. Holcomb, O. L. Thoreson, Harvey C. Larson, Martin Gable, George Pearson, Reubin Holcomb and Edna Pearson. Marlene, a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Carlson and Everett Thoreson will be married June 2. F.F.A. election Swea City Community school Chapter of F.F.A. elected new officers for the club's year. Elected were President, Howard Roalson; Vice President, Ronald Kaltvad; Treasurer, Larry Kaltvad; Reporter, Bill Wiskus; Parliamen- taijian, Richard Grabinowski. Mrs Richard Waterbury returned home , Friday from Hawaii, where she has been with her husband since last September. Richard who is in the navy will leave Hawaii June 17 for service elsewhere. Mrs Waterbury left by air flight Sept. 2, She reports a very enjoyable trip and stay in Hawaii. She is a daughter Donna of Mr and Mrs Jens Madsen, where she will stay. Richard is a son of Mr and Mrs C. O. Waterbury. , Mr and Mrs Herbert Patterson of Buffalo Center, had as Sunday dinner guests their children and their families, on Patterson's 60th birthday. Present were Mr ahd Mrs Warren Brones and son Bobbie from here, Mr and Mrs Herbert Brones Jr. and family, Waltham, Minn., Mr and Mrs Wm. Moore and children, Elmore, Minnesota, Mr.,and Mrs Ronald Richardson and family, Elmore, Minn., and Mrs Percy McDonnell and children of Fort Dodge, and TnepresMent of -X Sunravjinnounces a great new scientific discovery For many years intensive research has been devoted to the chemical element boron. Until recently boron has been little known to the public, but scientists have long considered it a potential source of great energy. This intensive research on boron has led to its use in jet fuels, and it is being tested now for powering intercontinental guided missiles. D-X Sunvay scientists have kept abreast of this research in an effort to produce a better motor fuel for you. Now, as' a result of expanded research facilities, a ten-million-dollar investment in refining equipment, and hundreds of thousands of miles of test driving, we have perfected an entirely new motor fuel, I an proud to announce D-X Boron! P-X Boron Motor Fuel is an extremely important discpvery to every motorist. With D-X Boron you will enjoy more power per gallon than from any automotive fuel available today. D-X Boro» will obtain maximum road performance from your car—newer old, It has always been our policy at D-X Sunray to guarantee all of our products unconditionally. D-X Boron is no exception. I personally invite you to visit your neighborhood D-X dealer and try this great new motor fuel today. 8, W. McDowell America's fastest growing oil company D-X SUNRAY OIL COMPANY (Subsidiary) SUNRAY MJP-CONTJNENT OIL COMPANY Tulse, Oklahoma Boron rts')t*'*d in U. 8. Pottnt ©Hie* friends, Mr and Mrs John Benjamin, Buffalo Center. Marlene Carlson, who teach«i at Callender, IOWA, spent the weekend at parental Mr and Mrs John Carlson home. Gene Thompson attetided Vei* shea at Iowa State College, Ames, Friday. Lawrence Hanson. Mancil Hurlburt, and Ronald Johnson spent the weekend fishing at Leech Lake, Minn. Roger McDonnell of Ft. Dodge, came Sunday to spend the summer at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Warren Brones. Mr and Mrs P. A. Hokomb were Sunday noon dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Lemke, East Chain, Minn. Mr-and Mrs Merlin Waterbury and son Bobbie of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday visitors at his parents, Mr and Mrs C. O. Waterbury. Graduation Party In Burt Home Butt — Mr and Mrs A. J. Dittmer with Mr and Mrs Edinunu Larson entertajned relatives and friends after Commencement, Friday evening, in honor of the Dittmer son Duane and the Larsons' daughter, Beverly, who were graduates. The affair was held in the Methodist Church dining room. Guests were Mr and Mrs: Windle Christensen of Story City; Mr and Mrs Clarence Christensen, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan, Algona; and from Burt were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer, Mary Ann and Margaret, Mr and Mrs Leonand Dittmer, JoAnn and John, Mr and Mrs Quinton Bjustrom, Janice and Janette, Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda, Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Donna, Mr and Mrs Ronald Ortman, Robert and Sandra, Mr and Mrs Mike Arend, Mr and Mrs Jim Knowcls, Barbara Dremmel, Arlen Johnson, Euclair Meyer and Barbara Dittmer. The latter was also a hostess. Honoring Karen Lavrenz on her graduation, her parents, Mr and Mrs Roland Lavrenz entertained the following relatives: Mr and Mrs William Oito .of Mallard; Mr and Mrs Tom Williamson and family of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Richard Groen and children of Algona ahd from this community Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunkhill, Mr and Mrs George Koestler and Vickie, Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Lanna and Joe, Mrs Richard Lavrent?, and sons. Relatives at the home of Mrs Oscar Johnson, honoring Arlyce Friday evening, were Mr and Mrs Wm. Larson and children. Mrs Hattie Hulterstrum of Bancroft was also there Friday evening and .Sunday guests following Baccalaureate Services were: the Wm. Larsons, Mr and Mrs Ed- •ihund Larson and Beverly -arM : Mrs Harms with John and Herbert. Whlttemore News Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade attended the 25th anniversary of Immanuel Lutheran church in Livermore, Sunday morning . Mr and Mrs Eugene Schwanke and Mr and Mrs William Schwanke of Cedar Falls spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mrs Mathilda Meyer spent Sunday at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs- Elmer Ruhnko in Lotts Crock. Mrs Ellsworth Hcidenwith accompanied her parents, Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bcnd : Saturday evening to her home in Whittemore. Mrs Heidenwith suffered severe face burns h week ago last Sunday and ai present is staying at the home of her parents in West Bend. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer attended the funeral of George Ticcle in LuVernc, Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Delbert W*ichten- dahl and son, Vernon and Stephan ,and Mr and Mrs firftie Meyer and son, Eldon Ray, attended a 25th wedding anniversary at Stanhope, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and Agnes Schipporeit and Mrs Dora Faulstich were entertained at pinochle at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mr ahd Mfs Detihis Weber afld twin' daughters visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Simon Welder in Whittemore Sunday. Thurtdov, Ma? 30, 1*5? Atfdrttt (la.) Upp*r DM M*ln«-S Bancroft Register office. The registering at the Bancroft Register has been set up so the nurses in the north part of the county will not have to drive so far to register. This is for a local disaster only. STUCK A transport truck loaded with 37,000 pounds of dry beans was stuck for three hoxtrs near Sidney recently, when the tractor hit * soft shoulder and jack-knifed inW rhe ditch, with the trailer remaining on the road. It took two wreckers and three trucks to jet the vehicle back on the highway. Paleobotany is the study of ancient plants from remains found in rocks. Ask Nurses To Register Names Director of Civil Defense Area No. 6, which includes Kossuth County has requested all graduate nurses, active and inactive, to register for duty in case of a local disaster during the week of May 27th. You may register in Algona at St. Ann hospital or at the ptfblic health nurses office at the courthouse and in Bancroft at the Mr and Mrs Robert Angus entertained at dinner'Sunday, May 12, for their daughter Susan who observed her second birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and an aunt, Joyce Angus. The Missionary Maidens will meet Saturday afternoon, June 1st, with Donna Schrader, Relatives went to the Stanley Black home Sundayf honoring Mrs Black on her birthday anniversary. Attending the dinner were Mrs Mayme Schrader, Mi and Mrs Clifford Schrader and from Titonka, Mr and Mrs Lewis Franzen, Dennis and Larry. Cynthia Jo Whitehill of Greeley spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Harold Angus family. Four small girls from this community who 1 are members oi a Tap-Dancing Class will be in the Dance Revue given at the St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft Friday evening, May 24. and at the Fenton high school Monday evening, May 27. Members are Jill Smith o'f the second year class and Valerie Holding. Patricia Schrader and Vickit Schrader of the younger class. Mr and Mrs L. C, Williams of Welcome, Minn, spent the week end with the son-in-law an« daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell. Betty Lu Mitchell student at Iowa City, was also with her parents for the weekend. Vernon Wallace of Vancouver Washington, visited his mother. Mrs Bertha Wallace and hi.- brother-in-law and sister, Mr ana Mrs George Hawcott last week. Members of the Burt Library Board met with Mrs Lillian Meinzer, president, recently and plans were made for the sunv mer reading program for ah children through t h e eighth grade. Beef Raisers To Tour June 6 The 1 Kossuth County Beef Producer's Association board of directors is busy with the promotion for "May is Iowa Btvf Month." They are planning •'• cattle feeders tour for June (i They are planning the tour to Ix- held in the Bancroft area of tin- county. It will start at 1:30 p.m. and n number of different cattle feeder's farms will be visited that afternoon. Myke plans now t>> take a half day off on June 0 and make the tour. More detail- as to where it starts and tin- farms to be visited will be pub licized later. "BURNED Mrs William Novak, of near Tama, was badly burned when she threw fuel oil into a wood stove in the basement, causing i| to blow up. She was hospitalized with. buras about *§ percent oj her body. The heat melted the frame of her glasses. Has Your Boy Built An Estate ? With our Juvenile Estate Builder he can have a keystone in his future. Cost very little. Helps child very much. See me. Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sts. Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY ARNIE J. RICKLEFS MEMORIAL DAY Our wonderful United Stoles would not be here today without the sacrifices of countless Americans who have come to the defense of their country over the years . . . let us pause on this occasion to render them horn- 'age. THUENTE PHARMACY Phone CY 4-2528 OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH ALANAP-TREATED SOYBEAN FIELD GAVE 5 BUSHELS MORE PER ACRE THAN THE UNTREATED FIELD" says soybean grower* Note clean, weed-free rows at right, thanks to ALANAP-3. 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