The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1954 · Page 11
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June 22, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Identical Twins A Real Puzzle ,,* A at tem t p0ra u y switch of Priests at St. Joe has persons in this entire area- talking to. themselves at times. , "gul&r parish priest, Father Leo C. Schumacher, is director Of an entourage of Sioux City" • Diocese persons now in Europe ^L g ™ Up -' niaking ^e, Marian ••^M PllBr J m£ !ge, left the 'middle 0 l¥. &y i?J$ T 11 be home near the end of. this month after visiting seven countries. ' Features of the :^H-Si Clud ^ ', a P ri Vate atidience With' Pope Piiis XII and witnessing of '.the canonization of Pope * ItlS X* . • ' '* ' ..Meanwhije, filling, in at St. Joe . is*'..- Father : Blase , Schumacher, identical twin brother of Father Led, and we mean identical. ' Ari Algona man, a friend' of Father Leo Schumacher, ran into the other brother at the 'post 'office in Algona the other' evening, and after exchanging greetings, asked 'the priest when he was going to Europe. ' "That's my twin brother"', was the reply, ahd it came in a voice which was also identical. • A Benedictine priest, Father Blase Schumacher has been located in the Bahama Islands as a missionary. The brothers have eight sisters 'who are nuns. It will be very interesting to Meet both 'of them coming down the street in a few days. KEEP V « AND Hfet/ MANJ NOT UfcVIV ON fW£ PRDVIDB UIMf Sfc' MAN'S strong. Nahcy Jensen of Rodman is spending this week at the Hollis Cooper hcrne., , Mrs. Louis Jacobsoh and .chll*- dren Kohny and Patty spent Sunday', al. the Edward Zinnel home.' 'Leslie Zinnel is spending a few days'this .week at the Louis Jacobson hom'e. • Mr and Mrs .Chester Alme-ahd daughter Shirley and Roger Madsea oi 1 Bradgate drove to Yank* ton S. D., Sunday where .they visited a brother: of Mrs Alme, Mr and Mrs Eugene Blahchard and family.. , '['.."'i Mr and Mrs Jess-Hohensteiri of Amboy, Minn.. Mr and Mrs; Allan Hohensteift of Fairmont, Minn., Mrs Cora Bacon of Algona and Mr and Mrs Frank -GruJkshank' of Algona were Simday afternoon visitors home. at the Eugene Hofius • Mrs Essie Cooper and grand*daughter, LaDonna Cooper of Humboldt spent the weekend al the Archie Hanson home at Spirit Lake 'and attended: the Cooper family reunion from- there. Mrs Cooper's granddaughter. Arlys Cooper of Sutherland is spending .this week visiting here. ; Mrs W. E. Hundertmark, and son Eldon and Mrs Albert Thbr.t sen spent several days last .weelfc at the Ernest Lorenc home at Iowa City. While there they attended graduation exercises at the State University. .Ernest Lorenc was one of the graduates home near West Betid. Those attending from this community were Mr and Mrs Ray Frieden and family, Mr and Mrs Artie Ban wart and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and family, Mr. and Mrs Fred Traub and family, and Mr and Mrs.Bennie Anliker. and, family. • Mr and Mrs Merle Holt re-' turned homd Saturday after a. week's vacation at Leech Lake in- Minnesota. They . also attended the General* Convention of the ELC held in Minneapolis on Thursday and Friday. While in Minnesota they Called on Francis Johnson and Hobert Johnson at Park Rapids. Mrs Sylvan Jacobson and Wanda and" Arlahd, Louis Jacobson and Mrs Allan Wehrspanrt spent;Sunday, visiting their husband and father respectively at Rochester, Minn, where; he is re-< ceiving medical treatment.. He entered the clinic on June 4. Mrs Jacobson was' there with • him until Wednesday of last week when she returned home with her parents Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson and a son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson who came that day to visit. • Anyone wishing to send him mail can address it td Stoppel Rooming House, 503 2nd Ave. S.W., Rochester, Minn- Marilyn Long-, and * Martha Usher represented the'Do-R-Best 4-H' Club at the 4-H camp at Clear Lake from Wednesday i This Summer With ChryslerAir temp Room Air Conditioners All Vital,Benefits of ' Air Conditioning! You control the comfort; zone when you own a Chrysler .Air- temp Room Air Conditioning unit. • •..- \ ' It cools, filters, circulates, ventilates and also dehumidifies —"all in one single operation — when you are resting, working, -or having your friends, in forjhat eve-' ning gathering. V* •'•"''• ' v Fpr a free estimate on cooling your home, with a Chrysler Air- temp Hooni Air Conditioner see. i • i f!.f'. • ••>."•*• - -1 ,- : Algona Plumbing ;'.; phone 1137 Rear of Consumers Ottosen News • . ,Family Reunions Sunday, June 13. was a day of, family reunions. The Satern re* union was held at -Sportsman's park in Oelwien with 37 atteild- ing. Those present were Mr .and Mrs Roy Enockson and, daughtefr Barbara of Ottpseh, Mr. and Mrs Thorston Satern, Mrs Mary Cobb of West Bend. • The| Kinseth .family 'reunion was held at the home of Mrs Mary Kinseth at Bradgate. Those attending included --Mr' and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend; Mr and Mrs 7 M. 0. Kinseth of Algona; Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and .son' Jerry, Mr arid' Mrs Richard Kinseth and family and^ Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family all of: Ottosen, The Cooper family held, their reunion Sunday at Spirit-Lake. Those attending included, Mr and Mrs , Hollis Cooper and family and Mrs Cooper's nephew Danny Jensen of Rpdman, Mr and Mrs Donald' Cooper and family and Mrs Essie Cooper all of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper ahd family of Bode.-- Next year the reunion will beheld in the Commercial Club Building at Ottosen and -will be the first Sunday in June. . . - ' •••• ,-.. t .;•',:. . % ^i • Attending the Leej family \ reunion held at Thof were 'Mr and Mrs John yiriaas and daughter Janice; 'Mr and Mrs Oscar 'Oppedahl and family and. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and" family of Ottosen. Friday evening visitors at the Oliver Lee home were Mr 'arid Mrs Maurice. Halsrud and "family and Mr and'Mrs Merle Halsrud and family of Bradgate. Mr and Mrs George Warrior of Iowa Falls visited Sunday afternoon at the Ralph Richards home. .With them , was • their house gu6st Mrs Ellen; Gilson of Long Beach,- Calif. Mrs 1 Oliver; Kinseth and Mrs Olvin Ha tig and son Calvin, Mrs Lawrence" Holden and Mrs Morgan Hagen' visited at the home of Mrs Mary Kinseth at Bradgate Saturday afternoon to help the latter celebrate her 88th birthday. Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg visited at the Henry Olson home Sunday evening. Sunday visitors at the Mike Coyle home were Mr and Mrs Renix Wilson of Kanawha. Saturday evening Mrs Coyle and Lillian Barland of Spokane, Wash, visited at the Bernard Coyle home near Bode. Sunday visitors. at the. Merle Holt home Were Mr and Mrs Rolland Bernau and Gary^ of West Bend. Mr and ,Mrs Oswald Halsrud and family of Humboldt,and Mr and. Mrs Carlisle Halsrud ana family were Thursday evenirig visitors at the Albert Helle home. Wednesday evening the Albert Helle family visited at the Arne Hanson,home at; Badger to celebrate the' birthday of .Mrs Hanson. ..,-...• .•-' ".'.. '' ; /• . .Mrs 'Ed. Nessen of West, Bend was a Tuesday visitormat---the Donald Usher home. '"'' ' Mrs Hollis Cooper and her mother Mrs Alfred Jensen of R,odman spent Wednesday visiting . at the. Arnold Wilson and Chris Pederson homes at Arni- has received a three year; internship ahd will spend the , first year at the Naval Base in I Portsmouth, Virginia. ' ' Mr and Mrs Kenneth : Struthfers and family from ^Mason City have moved intd the James. Struthers house. , Kenneth will eriroll at Iowa State College, in the Engineering Division. Pvt. Marvin 'Dahlhauser from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., brother of Mrs Antone Waechter; spent Sunday at the Waechter home. He is home on furlough after completing eight weeks of basic training. . \ About .'75 were present at the Mnwl mormr "g until Friday afternoon. A family picnic at the Paul Garfield Township Farm Bureau picnic held at the Ervin Banwart trip to Max, Minn. last. week. A. L. Cotton made a business here were Paul, Jr. in Hie.army stationed itv London and- Benjy stationed , on 'an jsland near Japan. ( /• > ' ; • . LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs Wilbur Bausmari and Harley of ShitllsbUfg, Wis.. Mr and Mrs Frank Tahfier of Stitzer, Wis. sp"ent 'from Sunday till Wed' nesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Marlyn BaUsman. Mrs Efcius- man is Marlyn's mother, and Mr and Mrs Tanner are his grandparents. They all spent Tuesday evening at the Del). Marlow home . Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour oi Fenton, ,Mr and Mrs WoodroW Pettit were Tuesday evening din- •ner guests at the H. A. Blanchard home in honor of Erich's birth- ay. Mr and Mrs H. A. Blanchard elebrated their wedding ,an- iversary at the G. W. Blanchard ome at Mason City, Thursday vening. Thelma Anderson of Fenton pent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Frank Flaig. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and family of Igoha spent Sunday evening here. Don Marlow and Everett House- older were Wednesday evening upper guests' at the Erich leegebarth home. Mr and Mrs J. F. Quinn and Banwart home Sunday evening honored Mrs P. Banwart on her birthday.: , Those i attending were Mr and Mrs. 'Ray Frieden ar«, family of Ottosen, Mr and ,Mrs Art Banwart and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Bahw'art 'and'family, Mr ahd Mrs Edwin Banwart and family, Arnold and; Bobby Banwart and Clara and Lela Banwart all of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Freddie Metzger and family, Mr and' Mrs Eli Metzger and family, and Mr and Mrs Bill .Wulf and family all of Rock Rapids. There are 13 children in the Banwart family and all but two were present; r Those who, were not No more drapes, "curtains or blinds when you, have< Sunshine Vertical Drapes: Nomore dry cleaning bills,, endless ironing, fading drapes. Choice of over 30 decorator colors in fabric or plastic. Beecher Land Appliances In Cowan Bldg Supply Bldg. Phone 778 Tuesday, June 22, 19S4 Algona (to.) Upper Oe« Mo!n«~3 . t I '. ' I '• ... • ' -:•:'•:- .. -.. .. -• • - -"• lit... ...... Ji — Cletus were 'Thursday supper guests at the Jirjv O'HarJi home.- Rev and Mrs C. E. Nordihe and family attended n dinner mde ( tfng dt the home? of Rev Mi Ron at Estherville Tuesday, . . The P.W.O. Circles mot at, the following homes Thursday utternoon: the Frances'circle atjlhe. Raymorn} ;'Bierle home :with 'Mrs Maurice'Weisbtdrf nssisiting., Mrs H. A. Blanchard i conducted the lesson. The Mildred Circle met at tne home of 'Mrs Milton Madison with Mrs E. A. Lee assisting. M.rs Lawrence Rath conducted tfte 1eSson. The Myrtle circle met at the .homo of Mrs Fred DranS- leldt with Mrs Wm. Schrader assisting. Mrs J. M. Blanchard, Jr. conducted the lesson. . Mrs C. J. Stauder and Collette Kockler of Bancroft spent Thursday evening at the Lorenz Geit- zenauer shome*. > Mr And Mrs -Will KrUeger bf Atvvateri Minn. Visited at the C. E. Hcrusthdlaer (>ome n week ago Frfday, s ' • .'' ••''''••'' ' Caller! this week at, the.- C. P. SchulU'home wore Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson, Charles Morris, Mi" and Mrs Karl Ewoldt, Mr 'and' Mrs Alex Krueger, Mr ana Mrs A. A? Krueger, Janet and Kermit, Mr and Mrs Clanmca Theesfield .of Fairmont, Kay Hamlin of Fairmont^ M^* 9nd Mrs L. V. Johnson and Sue Ann, Mrs Calvin Householder,, Mrs Daryl Hansoh. Mr and' Mrs FredV Schultz and Dawn brought a super .there Tuesday evening for them all to enjoy. The Federalists and the Republicans were the first two major political parties. SAVES U.S. HOMEOWNERS MILLIONS M»UTIKO III UFI Cowan's Roto-Rooter Service Phone Collect Algona 101 PENNEYS THUNDERBOLT SPECIAL!!! GIRLS 7 COTTON PLISSE SLIPS Sizes 4-12 Needs No Ironing! NYLON TRIMMED Fine Sanforized Cotton! Cool to Wear! Rayon Bembergs! Thunderbolts Are Sizzling Hot — Buy Em! r< ¥T7HEN it comes to sales, every \V car maker aspires to be up at ' the top of his price class, Which is only natural. Popularity like that means success, We know, because for years BuSck has held such an envied position -^ the unquestioned sales leader in its class, And with good reasons in gtyling, room, power, value. % But today, folks like you have pushed Buick success even beyond such bounds. . Today, the top sales standings of a full generation have been changed. .Today, latest sales figures for the first four months of 1954 reveal this phenomenal fact: In total national volume, regardless of price class, Buick is outselling all cars in America except two of the SQ'Called "low*price three" That's a tip too good to pass up. That's the tip-off that Buick .must have the. hottest styling of the times and the sweetest performance of the year. More important, that's the tip-off that Buick prices are well within the reach of more and more people — and that such prices buy a lot more automobile per dollar. So why not look into the tomorrow- styled Buick that puts you so far ahead today? Come in, or phone us this week for a demonstration. Then you can judge for yourself that Buick really is the beautiful buy- by. far. es arie aoarin AH NUT IWCK wm eviw THW 105 N. Hall Algona, I0W9 IF IHI mum

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