The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1955
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6-Alflona (la.) Upper De* Moines Thursday, June 30, 1955 Livermore by Leno Altman The following ladies went to the home of Mrs Oscar Olson to help her celebrate her 80th birthday Wednesday afternoon: Mrs Carl Johnson, Mrs Carl Underberg. Mrs Louis Seward, Mrs Larry Wil- Get 7 KINDS of Year-round Comfort 1955 WESTINGHOUSE Room Air Conditioner t. Full-width cooling, 2. No-draft coding. 1. Freshens with outdoor ftk. 4. Dries up mugginess. 5. Filters out dirt, poUov 1 Keeps room quiet 2. E»w> heattl Arofefcferf BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778 — Algona "The Wildest Trader In Town" son, Mrs Nettie Brovald. Mrs Ernest Raney, Mrs Torkelson, Mrs Gale Berryhill. Mrs Frnnk Hoffmann, Ms O. William Luecke and her mother-in-law of Alabama; Mrs Anna Nelson, Mrs Maude WBson and Mrs John Hohenberger. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs Olson was presented with silver to buy a gift. The same evening Mrs Olson's children and their families came to help her celebrate. They included Mr and Mrs John Olson and family, Mr and Mrs Carl Olson and family. Mr and Mrs Guy Raney and family, Mr and Mrs LeR«>y Gsvnbach and family and Mr .irs.i Mrs'Eitsene Sweeney and daughter of Britt. The s-^Ktbers of the Immanuel Lu'Jwrin Church held a fare- wi-sl jx>: Ii.vk dinner Sunday at !h«r rtrjrvh following the ser- vu-*. b,:.B«ri=s the Rev. O. William Ltwo'ke and family, who are :•<> their new parish in For; Doijs Wednesday. The Rev. laiecke hi? b£«n pastor here for the p&si fear years. There •was a triple birthday party Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Peter Malkmus honoring Mrs Peter Malkmus. her mother-in-law. Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Mrs R&y McCoy. Seventeen ladies attended the party. The afternoon was spent socially and a pot luck luncheon served. Each lady was presented with silver to buy a gift. Sandra Montgomery of Mitchell. S. D. arrived Friday for a visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family. Mr and Mrs Robert Miles and daughter of Hobbs, New Mexico, and Virginia Miles, also of New Mexico, and her mother, Mrs Anr Miles of Macey. Neb. were visitors here last week with their aunts, Kate Farrell and Mrs Mary Miles. Guests Sunday evening at the Carl Underberg home in honor of Father's Day were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Underberg. Mr and Mrs If your doctor advises you to get an AIR CONDITIONER Find Out About the New PHILCO Advances for Belter Health PHILCO 84-M _/* full 3 /4 H.P. Capacity Unmatched for Cooling and Moisture Removal America's highest quality room air conditioner, here for '55 in dramatic new styling. Don't settle forlesa than famous Philco design, performance and dependability. It's your assurance of utmoot comfort in hot, humid weather. Plus True Automatic Temperature Control Keeps room temperature at da- •ired level at all times. Never ov&rcools. Never stops dehumidifying. No noisy stops and start*. 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Joe Underberg and son, and Mr and Mrs Robert Pfaff of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs James Noonan of Eagle Grove; Mr and Mrs Dwain Benge and family of Bradgate; Mr and Mrs Robert Foley and daughter, Mr and Mrs Irvin Olson of Bode; and Mrs Dave Lindgren and two daughters of Wichita, Kan.; Mr and Mrs Tony Grego and two daughters of Sioux City; and Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg of Ottosen and two and two grandsons, Bobby and Bruce Opheim of Wichita, Kan. Mrs Fred Struthers and son of Fort Smith, Ark. are spending ten days here visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Sykes. Mr and Mrs Glen Hughes ana family of St. Louis, Mo. arrived Monday morning for a visit with Mrs Hughes' mother, Mrs Frank Sprong; her sister, Mrs Ray Salmon and Mr Hughes' brother, Link Hughes and family. Mr and Mrs James Sykes and family of Fairmont, Calif, arrived Tuesday morning for a six day visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Sykes, and his sisters, Mrs Fred Struthers and Mrs Wm. Goetsch, and family, near Lu- Verne. Francis Murphy and Ernest Berte spent several days last week at Lewiston/Mont, on a business trip. Mr and Mrs Harold Thul and Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet spent Tuesday in Waterloo on business. Mr and Mrs William Murray spent last weekend in Des Moines visiting their granddaughter and family. Mrs Paul Erpelding entertained a group of ladies at a party in her home Tuesday evening. Games were enjoyed during the evening. Mr and Mrs J. C. Kelly visited Saturday with Mr Kelly's father in Waterloo. Guests Wednesday at the Mrs Hahn home were Mrs Hans Hoganson, Anna Kleves and Olga Hansen, all of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family and Mrs Anastatuis Chris- tophelus and two sons of Chicago, 111. spent a few days last week visiting at the Harold Montgomery home in Mitchell, S. D. The ladies are Mrs Montgomery's sisters. The Livermore band held its first concert Wednesday evening. The Presbyterian ladies aid was entertained at the home of Mrs Gale Berryhill Wednesday afternoon. After the business meet-' ing the afternoon was spent socially. Bruce Coleman of Lyle, Minn. is assisting with the work at the Tom Coleman farm. Mrs Frank Sprong, who accompanied Mr and Mrs Joe Murray of Laurens and Mr and Mrs Alvin Weaver of Clear Lake to Black Duck, Minn., where she visited her daughter, returned Saturday. Mr and Mrs Carl Olson ana family attended a family gathering of Mrs Olson's relatives at a picnic at Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Irvin Underberg of Swaledale on Monday, June 13, at a Mason City hospital. Ms Underberg is tht son of Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg. Their two daughters, Helen and Jane, are at the home of their grandparents here. Guwts Sunday at the W. L. Coleman home were Mr and Mrs Albert Licht and Mrs Emma Kirchhaf of Clare. Mrs John Olson has gone to Rock Island, 111.; where she will spend some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs Bill Smith and family. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke and famil were Sunday visitors at the Charles Whitson home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Herbert Raney and family attended the wedding of Lavelle Houck at the Methodist church in- Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Charles Claus were Sunday visitors with Mrs Claus' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bert Gilbert in Fort Dodge, Guests Sunday at the Elmer Schreiber home were Mr and Mrs Harry Dasen and son of Bode, Mr and Mrs Laurence Schreiber of Fort Dodge and grandsons, Brad, David Schreiber of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Bert Sen-' wendemann. Leone Rummens, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elwood Rummens, spent last week at the Izaac Walton Camp at Indianola. Maude Otis of Forest City spent the day here Sunday with her friend, Mrs Harriet Smith, Lester Smith, Dick Shultz and J. F. Hamm have gone on a fishing trip to. Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Irvin Emrick and Greg of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Allen Fofh and Brad were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Haack home. Mrs Ray Gales spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, Mrs Bill McKiffen at Thor. Mr and Mrs Paul Pizner and daughter Cindy, of Champagne, ni. arrived Tuesday for a three week's visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Elwood Rummens. Supper guests Sunday evening at the Robert Blumer home in honor .of Father's Day were Mr and Mrs Delain Blumer of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Richard Wilcox of Eagle Frove, Mr and Mrs Robert Blumer Jr., and Timmy of LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Donald Collins and family of LuVerne, Kay Wilfong of St. Joe, Sandra Wiicox. Joe Blumer of Eagle Grove and Jim Blumer. Mrs Kate Collins is visiting at the home of her brother, Oscar Riley, and cousin, Ida Riley in West Bend. Cynthia Lempke, daughter ot Mr and Mrs James Lempke, is confined to her home with the measles. A son was born to Mr and Mrs Larry Stiltz at a Council Bluffs hospital. He has been, named Anthony Lee. Mrs Stiltz is the former Joan Logue, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Logue and Mr Stiltz is the son of Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz, all of Livermore. Mrs Lucy Conley and Mr and Mrs Lyle Nelson spent Father's Day with Mrs Conley's father, P. W. Phelan at Milford. Ernest Logue and Mrs Donald Armstrong and son Steve, spent Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs Rex Cottington at Council Bluffs. Mrs Logue, who spent two weeks at the Cottington home, returned home with them. Bradley Cottington accompanied them home for a week's visit. Mrs Virgil Hansell and Mrs Anna Hansell spent Monday at the Ralph Beane home in Steamboat Rock. Ethel Hansell, who spent a week visiting at Steamboat Rock, returned home with them. Forbus Stiltz and Jerry Foreman spent Sunday fishing in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs James Lempke were dinner and supper guests Father's Day at the home of Mss Lampke's parents, Mr and Mrs Irvin Nessa at Thor. Mr and Mrs Harry Foster, who spent a few days here visiting her mother, Mrs Maude Wilson, have returned to their home in Sioux City. John Frederick is confined to his home with illness. Mrs Ernest Miller is assisting in caring for him. Mrs Karl Baessler, who spent a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs Dean James, in Hardy, has returned home. Mrs Christine Andersen, who underwent surgery at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, re- turned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Charles Madsen of Washington, D. C., were Sunday visitors at the Arlo McGowan' home. They are uncle and aunt of Mrs McGowan. Mr and Mrs Ralph Kenne and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Kenhe's sister, Mary Duffy, in Emmelsburg. ALGONA REFRIGERATION 7t| So. Phillips St. Phone 304 00 YOU Stiff* IN AN If the heat if keeping you awake, come in and talk to u« about a new 1066 RCA Air Conditioner. You'll be turprued bow euy it i* to own on* We'll fix the tertD* to suit your convenience and five you immediate uwUllation. Don't put up with another steamy, deepleee oiybt. Come in of phone today. S*« ** **w 1951 id Air GENE'S RADIO AND TV St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arnddrfer Mr and Mrs Jule Seiler were O iven a pleasant surprise when a group of relatives and friends gathered to help them celtebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Saturday evening, June 25. Those present were Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm and Billy, Mr and Mrs Henry Arndorfer, Sherry and Richy, Mr and Mrs Orville Downs, Mr and Mrs Art Rosemeyer, Mr and Mrs Martin Seiler, Mr and Mrs Ambrose Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Tony Brown, Mr and Mrs John Huff, Mr and Mrs Ed Downs, Mr and Mrs Francis Pfeffer, Mr and Mrs Leander Seefeld, Mr and Mrs Tony Seiler, Mr and Mrs Martin Bleich of Miller; Mr and Mrs Harold Hornbuckle of Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Homer Downs of Titonka and Leo Youngwirth. The honorees were presented a gift of silver. Mrs G. B. Sonnenberg of Titonka spent Wednesday with her friend, Mrs Laura Fehr. Mr and Mrs Dick Dewey and Larry of Eagle Grove; Mrs Barbara Schmidt of St. Paul and Mr and Mrs Frank Eisenbarth called on Mrs Anna Roskopf last Wednesday afternoon. The Misses Lucy and Caroline Arndorfer and Mrs Laura Fehr attended a picnic dinner at the Leo C. Miller home on Sunday, June 19. Mrs Lyle Bronsema and daughter, Carrie Lynn of Bell, California were weekend visitors at the Harold Thill home. Mr and Mrs Harold Grandgenett of Mason City were Sunday visitors in the A. J. Grandgenett home. Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer and family called on Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayer Sunday afternoon. Their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig, also visited. Mr and Mrs Steve Piper and Lorenz Weiland of Dumonl visited Sunday at the Harold Thill home. This past week, a 10 Ib. girl arrived at the Don McCarthy home. There are three other girls and ten boys. Paula Jean is her name. Jane Arndorfer went to spend a few days with Ellen and Vicki Siemer, daughters of Mr and Mrs Clarence Siemer of LuVerne. On the evening of June 22 for a 7 p.m. dinner the following persons were at the Philip Arndorfer nome: Julia and Helen McEnroe, Frank McEnroe, Betty Ann McEnroe, and Dorothy Higgins. A correction — It was not Mrs Caroline Arndorfer whose hip was broken as reported last week, but Mrs Caroline Youngwirth, stepmother of Leo Youngwirth. ' The Harley Waller family enjoyed a picnic at Call Park the evening of June 23. It was the 5th birthday of their son, Mike Mike's grandmother, Mrs Waller of Des Moines, came to spend a few days here and was at the pic- nic too, Ronnie Arndorfer went along also. They reported the mosquitoes showed them a bad time. Mrs Julian Arndorfer's parents. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Cobeen of Manly, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on July 3. Mr and Mrs Albert German of Wells stopped at the Nick, Am* dorfef residence on their way home Sunday evening June 19, after having visited at the Dennis Carroll home, north of Lu- Verne. Mrs Carroll . x and Mrs German are sisters. Bob Arndorfer, son of Henry Arndorfer, was injured when a fork of bales going into the barn came down upon him injuring his arms and neck. He was fortunate not to be hurt more seriously. The Continental or Grand Union flag had thirteen alternate red and white stripes with the British Union Jack in the upper le/t corner. . IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT*1T NOW ONLY $99.95 Regular $133.75 International Harvester DEHUMIDIRER Algona Airport Log June 10 — Beech Bonanza from Des Moines Ford Co. landed. June 11 — Navlon charter plane from Peoria, 111. landed; McCu'llougn Air Ambulance flew to Iowa City, June 12 — Jerry Wilson, Sioux City, landed in Stinson; Fletcher Flying Service, Mason City, Cessna 195 landed. 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