The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1954 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 6, 1954
Page 9
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July 6,1954 -- '. jiotnes! July 6,1954 WORDS OF PRAISE The Algotta Upper Des-Moines Algofta, Iow"a Deaf Sttf - We have' jtlst seen a" cppv of i . IT c »*«.¥*- 41**"" |*Y"5LT -~~ ilu* «A*» > y6Ur very; splendid Kossuth cen-v tenhial Editibft^ 1 wbtdd like: to extend Hearty' contifatulatidns upbn a fihe piece of journalism in recording the history of a century in Kossuth County. This fine edition of your newspaper is most impressive, and I "Good Neighbors" Aid Lone Rock Farmer 2 Groups Help am'wondering if you would i be so good as to send me one or two copies for our files, most appreciative. We will be i L. E. Piero, Jr. Fairmont (Minn.) Daily GbiflG off,»~ . •• V ^" ""^T^W^ vi.^.*-! — -* *--.- < •- - • , _ BIGGEST BLANKET VALUES EVER OFF|RED]] ^^ ™ ^^" ^ I, ,. ii. ii nr i i in ii inn" i""1 m**.f*t\/ !•» _-il i ' ' iMJMUlliHill TPTTHiiTiTniTr 312 LB. ALL WOOL BLANKET 80 twin or full size Adela'te Satin Binding 100% ALL WOOL Guaranteed S years against moth damage. Warm. Durabje. 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I Cases Art Zumachs After Surgery Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Art Art Zumach are very apprecia- ive of the helpfulness of their many friends, wno came to cultivate the corn a week ago Wednesday and the week before that. Those who helped the first time were Donald Radig, Arnold Lieb, Ben, Fred, Bob Schmidt, Bill and Clarence & Dennis Zumach, Jim and Bill Buss, Edwin, Irvin, Marvin Luedtke, Louis Seegebarth Andrew Thomsen, Mildred, Wm Boettcher, Alfred Schadendort Lawrence and John Rath, Carl Zumach. Lunch was served by Mrs E Luedtke, Mrs Wm. Buss, Mrs Carl Zumach, Mrs Alfred Schadendor and Mrs Art Zumach. The second time those who cultivated were Wm. Zumach Dennis Zumach, Fred, Bob, Bei Schmidt, Donald, Jerry Radig Lawrence Rath and John, Walte Dacken, Ervin, Marvin Luedtke George Rath, Arnold Lieb, Alfred Schadendorf, Louis Seege- barth, Fred and Wayne Boettcher, Andrew Thomsen, Wm. Boettcher, Wm. and James Buss. Lunch was served by Mrs Clarence Zumach, Mrs Walter Dacken, Mrs Art Zumacji and Ruth. Mr. Zumach has had two major operations in the past year and his daughter, Ruth, who will soon graduate from nursing training, has been home the past month caring for him. She had a girlfriend nurse, Rosie Johnson of Cherokee, visiting her from Wednesday till Monday. They returned to Sioux City Sunday. Moving Changes Mr and Mrs Leonard Gustafson and family moved to Thompson Tuesday, Mr and Mrs Don Blan- cnard and family moved to Lone Rock Wednesday. . Mission, Meeting . The general meeting of th e P.W.O. was held Thursday afternoon July 1, at the church parlors with Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Joe Culbertson, Mrs Ornie Behrends Mrs Fred'k Schultz, Mrs H. A • Blahchard, Mrs Ray : Black -a hostesses. There was a special mission offering., Mrs Don tiouck was in,charge of,the program,.. Guests at Householders Mr and'Mrs Harold 1 Jones, Mrs Wm. Stoutenburg of Swea City tailed at the C. E. Householder home 'Sunday afternoon. The Wed At Wesley, June 22 Mr and Mrs Lawrence Grandgeneli. St. Benedict, are r ---above following their wedding June 22 at St, Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. The bride jus. the former Joan Goetz, daughter of ? ~and Mrs Joseph G&te> f es^y, .and .the Jfoom s the son of XI fclilU A»J.i & *J */i»v-j^/it *-- **** •—( -•• T—•-T*' i * r»i Mr and Mrs Anthony Grandgenett of St. " Brown's Studio, Algona). . .. Benedict.—(Photo by 1 Wm. Householder family and Glenn Householder, and Charles ; Householder were Sunday dinner guests at the C. E. Householder home. - A/tierfcan Gem ALGONAilOWA DEPEHDRBLE SERVICE Home and /commercial wiring and contracting from the smallest to the largest job. Expert service on all electrical equipment, large or small, all kinds. Let me help you with all your electrical service problems. SOFT - DURABLE - WASHABLE CHENILLE Pu » /198 BEDSPREADS Full 8t*« DECORATOR COLORS d Mrs Louise Godden accompan- ed Mrs. Woodrow Kracht 'of Seneca, and Mrs Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock to Graettinger to visit at the Adolph Meyer home Monlay afternoon. Mrs Ralph Reidel of Ringsted, Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mrs W^od- ow Pettit, Peggy and Gail, Everett Householder, LeRoy Ennon; Mr and Mrs H, A. Blanchard called at the C. E. Householder home Friday afternoon, to help Mr Householder celebrate his 10th birthday. . Don Blanchard and Craig or Plymouth called at the Maude Blanchard home Fiiday evening. Mr and Mrs J. M. Blanchard, Jr., Mollie, J,!!! and Cynthia came home Sunday from the parental, L I K Diuwu liunie in DCS Ivluilica where Mrs Blanchard and girls spent last week. Mr and Mrs Gene Clancnard and family spent Friday evening at the St. John's home at Algona, where they visited Mr and Mrs Donald Meyer and Becky o£ Whittier, Calif. ' . ' Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig spent from Friday till Sunday attending a Blacksmith and Welders convention in Ames. Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson and Elmor spent the weekend at Crescent, where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of his cousin. _ . Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Wm. Muckey of Algona Sunday after- n °Mr and Mrs Edw. Ohm, Gordon and Willard attended the wedding and reception of Christina Friedrich and Dwayne Foster at the St. John Lutheran church in Fenton. . Mrs Ella Hanna of Fairmont, called Friday evening at the Edw. Ohm, home. Callers at the C. F. Schultz home this weekend were Mr ancl Mrs J. F. Quinn, the Ronald Schultz family of Winnebago, Minn., Kay Hamlin of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Albert Kurtz ot Polk City spent the weekend at he home of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine. They are her parents, Burial Nordine returned home W Mr anT'Mrs J. F. Quinn and Alex Krueger spent Sunday at the Ed Ferris ohme in Estherville. Mr and Mrs J. F. Quinn, Barbara and Cletus attended a Miller's picnic at Fertile Saturday. Clifford Juhl of Forest City, Mrs Ethel Walker of Lake Park visited at the Wallace McArthur home. Mrs Walker remained till Wednesday. Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs McArthur, Mrs Walker^ Mrs Ruth Dutton called at the Ira Dutton home in Algona. The Leonard Gustafson family, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Ralph Bierstedt home. . A , Douglas Jergenson of Algona spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Roger Jensen home.

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