The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1955 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1955
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Confirmation In Wesley Church Held May 1 By tors Viola Sluder , Wesley —Confirmation services Were held Sunday, May 1 in f Angelical FreS church for Julia ubbeh daughter of Mrs Edna ubbje'n, Gary Pearson, son of the Anton VPearsons and Dwlght Sea* berg, son of the George Seabergs. ITie three had charge of the service of Scripture reading, prayer and special music and were catechized by their pator the Rev. Percy Carlsson in the presence of many out of:to\yn.relatives and the local''.Congregation. That evening the Rev/ Carlsson held confirmation services at Upper Flat Churfih; for a class of 4 girls and..9,boys $hb also conducted .the preliminary service and • sang-. several hyrrftis. Members of the class: are John Mikkelson,' David Peterson, Richard Smith; Jamesf'-Larsoh,'Patricia and Charles" IJ^h'Sen, Judy 'Foster, Ronald KadlSclk'.'^iMa'ry Puffer, Chris HihUers/ 'Wilina '•• Wooge, Dennis jAukes, and. .Bernard Korsa. There were = 177' perspns weekend in the J. M. Kunz home and also visited Matern relatives. , Mr and Mrs At den Havland and family of Minneapolis and Sonhie Studer of Albert Lea, Minn, spent the .weekend with Mrs tiavland's- sister, Mrs George Ricke and family. Carl Johnson had surgery Mon- day'a.m. in Park h&spital. Mason City; •'.-.- '• -• i • Mr and. Mrs Leo Goetz spent Sunday in Sheldom with .their daughter Mrs .Dennis VitzthUm and family. -It was Terry Vitzthum's 5th birthday. , ' Mrs Paul Studer accompanied Sr. M. Leonora, Mrs Carrie Kunkle and Rose Marie of St, Benedict and Mrs Gfus West of Eafjle Grove to Steven, Minn, Monday, where on Tuesday they attended funeral services for a relative Mrs Minnie Knoll. They returned Wednesday evening. Frank Hauptly went to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit his wife afcLutheratt hospital. He remained ovei Sunday with relatives. Mrs ilrehe Studer atft^-'Mrs. Helen Johnson accompanied the Bill Foths and family of Algona to-Lake Okoboji Sunday for. a picnic and outing. , • The Lael Roots arid family spent Sunday at Lost Island. Ben Wagner of Ft. Dodge is spending" several weeks in the parental Al Wagner home while recuperating from serious illness. His wife who is employed in Ft. Dodge joins him pver the weekend. The street west of City hall and fire dept. was blacktopped last week in an effort ,to keep down the dust on Main s'treet., ,. Mr and•: Mi-s G. Johnson and datighter of Minneapolis'spent the April 24 weekend with the Russell Swansons and others. He is the son of a former pastor, the Rev. and Mrs O. M. Johnson of Evangelical Free chufreh, who served th6, Bfitt Uppef Flat and Wesley churches several years ago. Junior High studerits and-theift teacher; Mrs Golda Erickson, enjoyed a May breakfast at the school lunch room Monday. Several members of the faculty were guests. Sunday dinner guests in the George Ricke home In honor of Janice Rickes first Holy Communion were the Arden Hnv- lands and family and Mrs Selma Havland of Minneapolis, Constance and Eunice Studer of Albert Lea, Mr,-and Mrs Roman Ricke and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Arnold Stuff lick and family of Kanawha, Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich of St. ' Benedict, EugenS and Irene Hanig and Darlene Studer. Afternoon guests were • Mr and Mrs '••. Glen Albers tif Ayrshire and-Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara of Estherville. First and second Jfade students pverit to LuVerne Thursday, May »' for polio vaccinations. They jivere accompanied by the Mes- Sames Don Powers and R. E. Newbrough. Mrs Jack Van Cleve and son of Des Moines came Saturday to be With her father,' Carl Johnson, it Park hospital, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Bill Laubenthal of Algona and Mrs Johnson also spent much time over the. weekend with him. - Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and son spent the weekend "with his sister Aline Martih'ek of Knoxville and attended Drake felays on Saturday. No one had the lucky number in Saturday's drawing so it Will be doubled this week. Mrs Orville Smith won one dollar at DeBoers for having the number nearest right. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease spent Thursday evening in the J. W. Walker home at Corwith. Mrs Anton Malecek observed her 78th birthday Sunday, April 24 and her family .spent the day with her. Mr and Mrs Carl Pearson and daughter of Manley and another Lois and family of Waterloo attended confirmation services here Sunday and were dinner guests in the Anton Pearson home. Mr and Mrs Walter Donath and family of Waterloo were Sunday guests of her brother, Clair Robinson arid family. Portland Twp. Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs Tom Trenary and Mrs Lois Trunkhill visited Mrs Trenary's sister, Mrs EmU Person of Lone Rock Tues- Thursday, May 5, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper D«» ed at the Raymond Carlsen home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett helped serve at »the Junior - Senior banquet Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Ray Smith of Wesley visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary. Mr Smith is a brother of Mrs Tren- day afternoon. Mrs Jim Stevens and Mrs Ben Lampe attended a party at the Harold Lampe home at Bancroft Thursday afternoon. Bert Johnson and Tom Trenary are putting in about a half mile of new tile. Lloyd Bartlett is having a naw feed floor run by his hog house The W. 9. Stewarts are driving a very pretty new. two4one Chevrolet. : Mi' and Mrs Jay Stevens, Mi- and Mrs Earl Miller and Mrs Ray Fitch, all of Portland, attended the funeral, Friday afternoon ol Ben Terhune, rural mail carriet at Irvington for Twenty-eight years. Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel went to St. Cloud, Minn., Saturday, tc visit an aunt, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary visit- Mr and Mrs Leonard Danielsen of Burt visite'd Sunday at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home and also called at the Levant Moore's to see the new baby. A new quonset has just been completed on the eighty owned by Mrs Iva Heaney. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and Mr and Mrs Lawrence .Prestus attended the funeral of the ladies' uncle, Mr William Ramus of Lu- yerne, Monday afternoon. NATIONAL MAY present, the .largest, ^congregation ever assembled in'the -Upper D31 at 35th Anniversary , '•• i Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer observed their 35th wedding anniversary Thursday, April "28; by entertaining their family at -a 7:30 dinner party at Town House, Mason 'City. The tables were decorated with pink carnations and a decorated cake, the latter a gift of the proprietor. Guests were the Rev. L, N. Klein, Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer of Whitte- mofe; Mr and Mrs George Wei- lick of Britt, Bill Bauer, Mr and Mrs Walter Pfeffer, Mr and "Mrs Will Hrubes and Mr and Mrs John Bauer of Wesley. The fam-, ily presented their parents 1 .witty £ clock - radio. Sunday afternoon guests in the Anton Pearson honie -were, the Wm. Bratesleys, of, Waterloo, Carl Pearsons "of '.Manley, Stanley Simpsons ''of Lone 'Rock, Art Larsons of 'Buffalo 'Center, Lloyd Gerbers "Of • Algona 'and J the Frank Johnson^ ' Li May buei'il ent£jM* artd ••}. t$ daughter o weekend M Mrs Alfred} *Er&m&n! *••}. t$4j Mrs Ihnq. GeJraesi.'leerrttS days last week with her daughter, Mrs JimfLfncoln. and v f4njily of Grin- nelir • •'' ' ;|1 • >' "Inger Alne R. N. of Swedish. BABY Headquarters • Sun Suits • , • ' Baby Shoes ' ,' • Diaper Sets • Dresses , ' • Accessories 1 . , J Elva & Jessie's j . i , . •North ; of So'rensen Orotery ^ EVERYTHING BABY dt ljustrom's You'll find a complete nursery section on our third floor here al Bjustrom's . . . look around during Baby Wfdk or; anytime. We'r« sure; to have something just right for that precious baby of yours. : CRIBS iGet the best for your baby — choose from our famous-name cribs! Made of finest hardwood with ' double drop rails ' ,Up . "choice of finishes, Clever nursery motifs. • 1 v. i. ? 4 I : • - I » V} { y-tf • « i ?:.;'-. \\ liAf'M > J*i ^r^. •( M 'U U- h>i if I ^•l- . •I.K *' '. V •!;••':, </„". " :-iU >> Sutzus 500 club met last week Wwf : 'th'e Reeee- Martins.- Honors we'rviito the John Meuhes. MiSi and. Mfa- Ed-.iKenyon! and family of Whitteniore ahfijMr and MrsfJoe Smith of< Buffalo' Center were* Friday gdests"in the Albert Lickteig Home. Mr, and' Mrs Lester Larson en- terUined a group of relatives tt dinner Sunday, May 1 in honor. J>t_. theif son Arvin's 27th' birthday. Guests were the son, his wife and twb'daughters, Mr and Mrs. Duanc Lafson and Sandra arjqV -Maryi-i Lai-son of Esthervill«J.; -Mfs-poter Larson and twin .softs Obed' and Orvflle Larson' of /Goldf|eld. Mrs Ann Kunz of -Des Moines and 'her daughter/, Ldyiriq Kunz, R. N. of Knoxville spent the; HO FADE OUT UNDER BRIDGES UNDERPASSES VIADUCTS i j;:0nyw/itra thtn't q ffono/l i<i ' f'l. H i •• t ; •; ; *, i •.••.;••>.•' ,?'•*• S J ,' p/ §% T'| V !^ : 1!.^JJ It'/ ' S '.H^J-'.iP , ,-;{*•-•' * '.W. Motorola VOLUMATIC WITH PUSHBUTTON TUNING - .New—th«fomo«i Motorola puih- / butlon 'radio at o itniationolly tow pric*. Ntw giant »p«ok»r for coniolt-llk* ton*. Jack for r«ar iptakir. flvt ilollon pyih-lo-lock lonlrol lockt In Ih* tlallon. Avoll- •bl«ln6or 12-voltmodol. 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Dozens of »ther items fro*n Carter line not list- jd. Come in and see them. WARDROBES A handy chest for your baby's clothes. A space saver and a time saver. Everything will be in one place with one of Bjuslrom's wardrobes. BABY AND YOUTH HI CHAIRS Exclusively in Algona, Bjustrom's have the famous Baby Health Hi Chair fpr your baby — see it and you will want no other kind. \:,'M&-

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