The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 14
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6-Algonfl (fa.) Upper Des Metne* Thursday, July 21, 1955 Mrs Roy Burgeson Has Surgery—Head Tumor Swea it Eagle — Mrs Roy Burgeson became seriously ill last week, Monday, and was taken by ambulance to Methodist hospital at Rochester, Minn. She underwent surgery for a head tumor Thursday morning. She still remains very ill. Her husband has remained in Rochester. Their .children,.Evelyn, Donald and Dorothy, who are at home', and their sons and their wives Mr and Mrs Merlin Burgeson anc Mr and Mrs Walter Burgeson, have made several trips to Rochester the past week. Called By Death Mrs Nora Olson and grandson, Richard Olson, who had left last week, Monday, for a vacation at Floyd Treat's cabin resort al Cross Lake, Minn.' returned Wednesday in response to the death message of Mrs Olson's brother-in-law, Lloyd Olson of Perry. Mrs Treat brought Mrs Olson and Richard here. Mrs Albin Peterson accompanied Mrs Treat to Brainerd, Minn, to visit a daughter. Mr and Mrs Wallace Dawson of Dunnell became parents of a son born Monday, July 11. The mother is the former Betty Roalson, a daughter of Mr and Mrs Merlon Roalson. This is their first grandchild. Mr and Mrs Merlin Waterbury and son, Bobbie, arrived here last week from Hawaii, where he has been stationed. Merlin has received his discharge. He is a son of Mr and Mrs C. A. Waterbury. Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson are visiting at the home of their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Glenn Crossly at Ames. Mrs Roy Pehrson has been a patient at Holy Family hospital in Estherville the past week. Mr and Mrs Floyd McCoy of Ames visited from Thursday until Saturday at the home of their son, Leon McCoy and his family. Judy Nelson of Mediapolis is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Art E. Anderson. Kay Marie McCoy returned to Racine, Wis. Tuesday after two weeks at the home of her grandparents, Emil Larsons. The Larsons took her to Algona where she went by train to Janesville, Wis. where her parents met her. Mr and Mrs Bernard Pehrson of Sioux Falls visited briefly with relatives here Sunday enroute to Algona. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson and Mrs Francis Torine drove to Ft. Dodge Saturday afternoon to meet Cheryle Torine who was returning from Iowa Falls. The above named also visited Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson in Ft. Dodge. Mrs Hudson has been a hospital patient the past four weeks. Mrs Hudson is a sister of Francis Torine. Mrs Dettmer Thompson entertained at a luncheon Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Thomas Brown of Moultrie, Ga., and Mesdames John Thompson, E. E. Thompson, Ervin Link, Eldoa Link, Wm. Gies, Floyd Treat, Marvin Larson, Gladys Hanson and Emil Larson. Mr and Mrs Kirk Shoemaker and two chidren of Carlisle visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of her aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston. The Prestons and their visitors together with the Roger Linde's, Maynard Jensen's, John Kelly's, Marvin Boevers 1 , Mr and Mrs Jimmie Preston, Tommy Preston and Gwendolyn Link enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday noon at Estherville park. Marcia Jensen, La von Jensen, Mary Kay Dolun, Janice Gable and Joan Johnson spent an outing at Lake Okoboji from Friday until Sunday. Harold Reding attended a Knights of Columbus district deputy meeting in Marshalltovvn, Sunday. Relatives and friends attended a pre-nuptial shower in honor of Betty Mae Becker, Sunday afternoon, July 17, at 1:30 in St. Joseph's Parish Hall in Wesley. Miss Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Becker of Wesley, formerly of here, will be the bride of Roger Doughan, son of Mr Vincent Doughan of Wesley on Aug. 2 at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. Laurence Donhoaue and nephew, Leonard Lentsch, both of Grand Forks, North Dakota, were visitors Thursday evening in the George Wagner home here. Mr Donhoaue and the Wagners made their acquaintance in Rochester nine years ago while tliero for medical aid; . Jade is a green material found in talc, or magnesium silicate. The bird urbot lays 14,000,000 eggs. HOSPITALS"""] July 6 — Mrs Hazel Lewis, Al- gonn, medical; Edith, .Peterson, Algona, tnedical; R. M. Phillips, Algona, medical; Mrs F. B. Gisch, Algona, girl, 6-11%. July 7 —• Mrs-Herbert Hensley, Algona, boy, 8-3 Vi; Mrs Cletus Hejlik, Britt, accident; Barney Casler, Algona, medical; Fred H. Skilling, Algona, medical; Mrs Bernard Streit, Burt, boy, 6-8%. July 8 — Mrs Herman Illg, Bode, boy, 8-6; Terry L. Elmore, Algona, surgery; Mrs Claude Gatrost, Swea City, boy; Mrs Clarence Yoch, West Bend, medical. July 9 — Mrs Dean Kienitz, Bancroft, medical. July 10 — Mrs Clara Hargreaves, Algona, accident. July 11 — Geraldine Parcel, Titonka, tonsillectomy. July 12 — Fr. L. F. Rosmann, Algona, medical. July 13 — Matthew A. Reilly, Algona, surgery; Timothy C. Parrish, Algona, medical; Mrs Dennis Elsbecker, Lone Rock, maternity. Girl Breaks Leg Tiionka — Linda .Fritz came home from the Buffalo Center Hospital where she had been for a few days after she fell from a swing when it broke, throwing her to the ground. She. had the misfortune to break her leg, 3 Baptisms In St. Joe Church Last Sunday St. Joe—Jerome Bernard Kayser, infant son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Kayser, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo. C. Schumacher Sponsors were Mis Albin Kayser and Bernard Thilgr?. Sandra Jean Kolla.-ch. infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Kollasch. was bapli/.cd Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. I,"o C. Schumacher. Sponsors \veie Mrs Esther Kollasch and Albert Christensen. Mr and Mrs Herman 111" entertained in their home on Sun day in observance of the baptism of their infant son, Joseph Alfred on Sunday morning in St. Joseph's Church by Hev. I.po C. Schumacher. Sponsors wore Mrs George Wagner and Alfred Reding. Dinner and supper guests were Mr and Mrs George Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Illg and Mrs Annie Geisch- ecker. Theresa Weydert from Alguna is assisting with the household duties in- the Herman Illg home here. Mary Jane Origer spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Bob Gappa and family near Ayrshire. Joseph Alfred Illg, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Illg, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mrs George Wagner and Alfred Reding were sponsors. inmonm FARM WEEK JUIV24 FARM SAFETY TIP JU1V 30 DON'T Use Cigarettes or Matches While Refueling Equipment ALGONA RENDERING CO. Phone 7-W VJWSSMS/SMMWJJ777. ANNOUNCING A10% DIVIDEND to Stockholders of the Algona National Farm Loan Association as of May 31,1955 Lon^-terni Land Hank loans with most liberal options are slill only •[%. Dividends like this one to members reduce the net interest cost even below 1%. Only member-borrowers can purchase the stock and share in the dividend earnings. Tor more information on this safe, secure, low- cost farm loan, see EUGENE H. HUTCHINS Secretary-Treasurer Algona National Farm Loan Ass'n, 110 South Dodge Street, Aigona, Iowa ENTER THIS CONTEST ER LANE APPLIANCES of ALGONA ENTER THIS CONTEST Will Award GRAND PRIZE MODEL 327T21 Westinghouse CONSOLE TELEVISION This Westinghouse TV! Westinghouse Styled to suit any decorating scheme...as a table model or a smart ensemble Exciting new Capri, created for Westinghouse by Harley Earl, . world-famous luxury car designer, gives you today's most •modern TV styling; New, easy- view height — new eye-comfort picture mask—new swivel base. Built-in UHF/VHF antennas. New decorator colors! UHF optional at extra cost. Come in for a demonstration today! 289.95 TURK-TABU BASE OPTIONU-AT EXTM COST Model 827T21 21" TV without Base Swivels for easy viewing from any poini in room. Speaker can be removed from set and installed in base for richer sound fidelity. . 50 ADDITIONAL PRIZES FOR THE NEXT BEST WORD LISTS! JUST THINK OF IT! Someone Will Win This Truely Fine Television Console Absolutely Free! THERE is NOTHING TO BUY This Contest Was Inspired by Some of Our Enthusiastic Westinghouse Television Owners . . . When They Said, "Words Can't Describe the Fine TELEVISION Enjoyment Afforded by My Westinghouse Television." We Believe Words Can Describe This Magnif i cent Westinghouse TV and Words Can Win One ' - HERE IS HOW CONTEST WORKS: Just sit down with* a pencil and a piece of paper and see how many words you «an make by using the letters contained in Westinghouse TV Example to start with you can make the words: West, In, House, We, Sew, Go, With, Sing, Hot, Got, etc., you will discover how easy it is and it's fun. Get the entire family to help you complete your list. Get your pencil and paper and start right now! Here Are The Simple Rules: 1. Fill in entry blank completely with your word list (use only one side of paper) and mail or bring to Needier Lane Appliances, Algona, Iowa. 2. All letters of alphabet appearing in "Westinghouse TV" may he used as many times as they appear, for example TWEET! Proper names, contactions, abbreviations and plurals will not count. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary will be used as basis of accuracy. 3. This contest is open to everyone except employees of Beecher Lane Appliances, Westinghouse Electric Supply Corp., their families and advertising agencies—only one prize to be awarded to each family group. 4. AH entries become the property of Heecher Lane Appliances and must be postmarked prior to midnight Monday, July 25, 1955. Grand prize winner will be announced July 29, 1955. 5. Entries to be judged by disinterested panel of judges, based upon the best and most original list of words. In case of a tie duplicate prizes will be awarded. Judges' Decision To Be Final! ENTRY BLANK <, Fill In, Mail \ or Bring In! "WESTINGHOUSE TV" LETTERS CONTEST Beecher Lane Appliances Aigona, Iowa Gentlemen: I am attaching hereto my list of words made from the letters contest in "Westinghouse TV", My List Contains Words. (your count) NAME- ADDRESS PHONE- CITY ._ STATE..

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