The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 24
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fhunday, 6, New Arrivals Greet Families, ; 'V-t'-'-'-'t'l* '•'"• '- ' " " " SvfetCifyArea City — Four new babies i born to families in th'e Swea City area recently. On Thursday the 22nd, a boy,' their first born, to Mr and Mrs Clifford H. Beadle, and a boy to Mr and Mrs Dennis Looft. On Thursday the 2nd, a girl to Mr and Mrs Edwin Schwartz. All were' born at an Estherville hospital. On Friday the 23rd, fl boy was born to Mr and Mrs George Eden, at an Albert Lea hospital. Supi.'s Wife Arrives Mrs Wm. Brouwer arrived in Grant Sept. 18 to be with her husband ,whb is superintendent of the Grant consolidated school. Mrs Brouwer, a victim of asthma and hay feVer, stayed on at Huron, South Dakota, their former home, until her health had improved to 'some extent. The Brouwers have a girl of 12 and a married daughter, 75 Ai Fellowship Seventy-five persons including children, attended the Fellowship supper for young adults, held Sunday evening at the Methodist church parlors. The purpose of the supper was to enlist young married folks in a young adult Sunday school class. They met as a class for the first time, Sunday morning Oct. 2. Mr Keith Strayer, a Presbyterian layman from Algona, was guest speaker at the supper. A group of laymen accompanied pastor A. M. Youngquist to Fort Dodge Sunday to be present at a Youth Counsellor Institute at Grace Lutheran church. The group' included Erling Rasmussen, Harvey C. Larson, Mr and Mrs Rudy Peterson, Mrs Ralph Walker, Cecil Thoreson and Lloyd Thorson. Rally day was observed in both the Methodist and the Lutheran churches here Sunday, Oct. 2. Also at Grant church. Former Swea City citizens who visited relatives here Sunday were Daryl Peterson of Minneapolis at the parental Bernard Peterson home, and Mrs Bernice Heidenrich of Stockton, 111., at the home of her sister, the Selmer Uhrs. The Rev. and Mrs Peter Peters and Lee Ora of Iowa Falls, were in Swea City last weekend. Mr Peters assisted Rev. E. Beal in the marriage service of Miss Gwendolyn Link and Thomas Preston. Dinner guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs Everett Beal Monday evening were Mr and Mrs . Wm. Brouwer and daughter, of the Grant school. On Tuesday evening the Seals were guests of Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham, Algona. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppedahl Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper, left Sunday morning on a ten day trip through the Black Hills. Mrs Helen Campbell, who makes her home with the W. G. Cooper's, is spending the time with Mrs Essie Cooper. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle and Mr and Mrs Frank Wier and Mrs Martin Anderson, the latter three o£ Humbpldt visited Sunday at the Marvin Wier home at Okabena, Minn. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme visited their daughter, Shirley Saturday and Sunday. Shirley is a sophomore student at Dana College at Blair, Neb. Mrs Albert Thorsen, Howard Struthers, Mr and Mrs Charlie Welter and sons and Mrs Harvey Thorsen were among those from this vicinity who attended the Stensland-Hundei-tmark wedding at Kasson, Minn., Sept. 24. Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs W. E. Hundertmark attended the Presbyterian at Lakota on Sept. 20. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son Curtis, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Vern Hatteberg at Fonda Sunday. Mr and Mrs H. D. Benson were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Butnson home at Coal- yille. Chavlene Benson is spending this week visiting the Bartlett home at Titonka. Mrs Mike Coyle, president of On; local Amerian Legion Auxiliary, attended the county meeting held at Bode Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Essie Cooper and Mrs Helen Campbell were Sunday dinner guests at the Clyde Cooper j^Wrie near Bode, Mr and Mrs LeRay Waite and girls "of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the Hollis Codper home. Mr and Mrs Harojd Kropf and family of Dakota City spent the weekend at the parental Sam Kropf home. Mr and Mrs Antohe Waechter and Donald and Gary visited Sister Mary Presentation at the St. Ceelia's Convent in Algona Sunday afternoon. In the evening they were supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Dearchs, Jr. near Algona. Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and.family of Bode were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Long. Mrs Howard Hellickson attended a 4-H committee-women's meeting at the Farm Bureau office in Humboldt Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schul'tz and Timmy and Debra were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Hulda Schultz at Lone Rock to honor Timmy on his 4th birthday which was Sunday, Sept. 25. They also visited Mrs Schultz 1 mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Carol drove to Marshalltown Sunday, where they visited another daughter, Nancy, and enjoyed a picnic supper with her and her two roommates. Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and boys of Livermore visited Thursday evening at the Louis Jacob-, son home. Sunday the Louis Jacobson family were dinnei guests at the Vaudt home. Roy Telford celebrated his birthday Sunday, Sept. 25 and supper guests at the Telford home in his honor were Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford and children and LeRoy Worby. Mr and Mrs Edw. Zinnel and Leslie Ann were there in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Herman -Zeckstor of Manson were Sunday afternoon callers a week ago at the Edward Zinnel and Louis Jarcti- son homes. Mrs Henry Olson and Doroth> of Bradgate were Saturday morning callers -at the Earl Olson home. Mr and Mrs Richard Christianson of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Magnus Bratland home. . Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Enockson home were Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgferi and dau« ghtery Mary Jo of Oibnore City and Barbara Enockson of Hum* boldt. • , Mr and Mrs Bob Moore and daughter of Story City were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Lee home. Mrs Willis King and daughter, Vickie, returned home with the Moore's for a few days visit. Mrs Wallace Underberg of Ft. Dodge was a Sunday caller at the Ted Underberg home. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius visited Sunday at the Alf Lee home near Britt. ADVERTISING la the Algonl Upper Des Molnes readies more families in Kossuth county than any other publlcatio»> f Would you Sell Your Home For the Amount of Your FIRE INSURANCE Take a good look at your fire policy and you probably won't. In the past ten years the cost •of building and furnishing a home has just about doubled. Hai your fire insurance kept pace? Remember the time to examine your protection is now, not after the fire! '• It now year STATE FARM Agent Harold C. Sundet 300 E. Elm St. Phone 841 Algona CURRENT EARNINGS CASH OR COMPOUNDED SEM1-ANNUALLY 38 year Old Algona Institution Assets Now Over *7,500,000. increase family income. Invest your funds NOW for our liberal earnings! SET ASIDE your accumulated cash reserves here ... where they earn two above-average dividends each year. Start today! i Save any amount, any time Save in person, or by mail HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Since 1917 Algona Iowa too f MM- pjoof * S«l« t Dust, prooi • Weslhfi proof Watch for THE GREEN-AND-GOIP WUSTROM FURNITURE VANI .and not enough insurance to cover the loss! 2 IMPORTANT THINGS YOU SHOULD DO! FIRST — Go over your entire' premises — home, farm or business — and check carefully for,possible,fire hazards. The easiest and simplest way to protect yourself against fire loss is to PREVENT fire from starting at all. Check up on items like your heating system, flues, wiring, accumulations of rubbish, ash cans, gasoline storage, etc. A simple change — and you may prevent a disastrous, raging fire that may save LIVES as well as PROPERTY LOSS. NEXT — take the time to check up on your fire insurance coverage. How long since you last did so? It is quite possible that you have added new things in your home, or in your business, or on your farm. Is your insurance policy adequate and sufficient to cover you in case of a fire loss? Don't delay -you will get peace of mind as well as better protection if you take the time to do this NOW. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OCT. 9-15 SPARKY SAYS; SEE YOUR LOCAL FIRE UNDERWRITER NOW LaBARRE'S DEPENDABLE INSURANCE 206 East State Street (Established 1911) ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE When you renew or buy dwelling ' or , household goods insurance, be sure to see us. 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