The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1956 · Page 9
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October 16,1956 gllgona tipper Beg jl-loinrs October 16,1956 Tidbits From Evelyn Was I surprised to .find my "Tidbits" under the heading "Around Algona" in the October 9th issue. I found out who goofed but I won't tell on him. (Editor's Note—Thanks. Evelyn!) Since there was mention of some of my relatives, readers will know it's my column, so there's no great harm done. ti is always nice to know what the young college students are doing so I will report on Charles Palmer, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer. He is a theological student at Morningside college, Sioux City and recently he and two fellow students have been given a church in a small town at' a short distance in Nebraska where they take turns conduct- ing services every third Sunday. This gives the boys experience as well as some extra cash. * * * Meal Hint*, brother of Mrs Paul Seeley, has been in service for several years and had been at Lawton, OkJa., the past several months. He had thought he would not be called for further duty, but "Uncle Sam" had other plans for him. He and his wife were here on a recent visit and she left for Lawton after a week here, to resume her work there. Neal has stayed on for another week at the end of which he embark for Korea or Japan for another year and a half or two years of duty. * * * Several weeks ago Dot Smith, Dr. Ray Potter and I were discussing dogs and Ray tried to recall the name of a pet he had sev- ral years ago. We went down the list from A to Z without hitting on the right breed. Dot said we sounded like a quiz kid program. Well, the other day 1 called the house for news and Ray answered the phone. 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It's a German Schnowzer—Never heard of one, did j'ou? * * » While I was in Davenport a few weeks ago I had a call from Mary Shore, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore who is taking nurses training at St. Joseph hospital there. A few days ago I was talking with Mr Shore. He informed me that Mrs Bruce Shore, Laura and Robert Michael are leaving Wickford, N. J. for Camp Le Juene, N. C., where they will join Bruce. He has been on the carrier Tarawa. The Shores have another son Clifford who lives in Davenport. Mary said it has been a big help to her having her brother and sister-in-law there to fall back on if she gets lonesome. * * * Mrs Kalherine Simon has recently visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. F. Lcland at Swea City. In November the couple will celebrate their fi-Jth wedding anniversary. Neither are very well so they do plan any festivities to celebrate the day. * * * Children of Mr and Mrs Al Coleman of Clarion follow quite a pattern which was not destroyed when the latest child was born, a girl whom they have named Lucy Ann who arrived Saturday, October 6. The oldest is a son Steven. 16. Then followed a girl Kathy, David, Josephine, Ronnie, Becky, Tirrjmie, and Lucy Ann, boy, girl, boy, girl, all down the line. The paternal grandmother told me she is mother of eleven, another chance to say "quite a record." * * * . Prince Snodgress, Springer Spaniel, pet of the W. L. Snodgress family, was brought home last week from Des Moines where he had undergone surgery for an intestinal obstrucion. You'll never guess what the obstruction was. A ball, of all things. He had swallowed it. A goat may have gotten by with it, but not a dog. * » * Ella Potter is headed toward the century mark and I hope she makes it. She will be 97 in January and is quite active, 13 COLORS 13 RUSCO WINDOWS 5ALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION giTM fou more convenience and com- tori than any other combination window! XUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge. Algoni crochets, helps with the lighter housework and enjoys good health. There should be a club organized. The ninety and over age group includes Helen Paxson, Kate Annis and probably several others if I could recall them at this moment. * * * What did I say when 1 reported the perch Gordon Kuhn brought me? Did I say a "couple,"? Well if I did, I want to add six more, for when the package was opened, there were eight very nice sized fish—very good eating I might add. * * * October 1924—Federal Agent G. A. Brunson states that all booze now sold is bad. Hartshorn family held reunion at E. Hartshorn home—City Clerk Crowell and Carl Wauge in an auto smashup north of Algona. (Carl was a barber here for years and years.) Mr and Mrs John Goeders celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary—Deputy Sheriff Hovey wedded to Vivian Eastman at Blue Earth, Minn—Three Algona citizens died, William Hart, Frdnk Doege, and William Ziemer. Ralph Morgan dangerously hurt in gravel pit near Algona. Shower For Betty Harms, To Wed Oct. 26 Portland—A shower was held at the Portland Community Hall, Monday evening, in honor of Miss Betty Harms who will be married Friday evening, Oct. 26th at the Ramsey Reform Church to William D. Champion Jr. of Lone Rock. About fifty ladies were present at the shower. After a short program a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Clifford Young, Mrs Bill Trenary, Mrs Franz Teeter, Mrs Edmund Larson, Mrs C. W. Heerdt, Mrs Harry Christensen and Mrs W. J. Stewart. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow attended the funeral of Mrs Marlow's grandmother, Mrs Frank Harvey of Algona, Monday afternoon, Oct. 8th at the McCullough's Chapel. Mr and Mrs H. O. Finer of Buffalo Center called at the Bernard Phelps home Monday evening. Mrs Bernard Phelps drove to Eldora to attend the funeral of her uncle, Mr Bert Meyers. Mrs H. O. Finer of Buffalo Center and some relatives of Forest City accompanied Mrs Phelps. Mrs Hazel Carroll and family attended the funeral of Mrs Carroll's aunt, Mrs Frank Harvey of Algona Monday afternoon. Orlo Zwiefel and Warner Benken are repairing a granary on the Victor Fitch farm. Mrs Jake Smith is in the Mercy Hospital at Mason City where she has under gone major surgery. Four Generations Here While Mrs Bessie Dunn of Richland, Wash, and Mr and Mrs Homer Raekes were visiting in the home of Mr and Mrs George Hobbs of Algona, they made possible a four-generation picture as shown here. The visitors all live in Richland, Wash. The baby, Cheryl Raekes, is in the front row being held by her great-grandmother, Mrs Bessie Dunn. In the back row, Mrs Homer Raekes, mother of Cheryl, is at the left, and Mrs George Hobbs, grandmother of the little miss and mother of Mrs Raekes is at the right. (UDM engraving). Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New York, N. Y. (Special) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all —results were •o thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) —discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H.* At your druggist, Money back guarantee, •B.g, U. H. Pit. Off. The Portland Social Club met Thursday afternoon, Oct. llth at the Portland Community Hall. Mrs Jessie Miller and Mrs Martin Becker of Algona were guests. Mrs Harry Christensen was hostess, changing places with Mrs Ray Fitch, who was away at a funeral. Mrs Edmund Larson was in charge of the program. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Nov. 8th with Mrs Ray Fitch as hostess. The Portland Township Farm Bureau met Wednesday night, Oct. 10th at the Tony Jandl home. Program chairman was Luther Fairbanks. Mrs Ben Lampe was the music sponsor at which time Earl Zwiefel played three records (recorded). Mrs Herbert Weydert had the surprise number during this time Glen Larsen showed some colored pictures of the Farm Bureau picnics. The topic of the evening was "Health". Joyce Hayden, County nurse showed some pictures on Cancer. Dr. Lesiak of Titonka gave an interesting talk. Hostesses were the Donald Webers, Paul Arends, Kenneth Sarchets and Dwight Ruses. Mr and Mrs John Sturbe of Manning were overnight guests, Monday night, at the Ben Lampe home, they were on their way to Mankato, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch received word Monday evening that Ray's brother, Roy Fitch of Park Rapids, Minn., had passed away that afternoon after a lingering illness of the past two or three years. A friend is one who walks in After the rest of the world has walked out. Ho me makers Of Irvington Meet Irvington Homemakers met- Oct. 10 at the home of Ellen Raney. She was assisted by Eunice Wickwire and Bonnie Eisenbarth. Fourteen members and three guests answered roll call. The club voted to donate $5 to the scholarship fund, a Christmas party was discussed and election of officers held. Elvera Haas, president; Dorothy Raney, vice president; Bonnie Eisenbarth, secretary; Dora Weber, treasurer; and Dorothy Raney, township chairman, will take office Jan. 1, 1957. Joyce Hayden, public health nurse, gave a talk and showed a film on mental health. The next meeting will be held at the . home of Mabel Hargreaves Nov. 14. Three new members, Viola Kain, Erma Benschoter and Lucille Pooch, have joined the Homemakers. 12-FOOT By building crates for two Ordinary tomhto plants last spring and pruning them so they would climb, Lew Wanamaker of Marengo, recently produced some 12-foot tomatoes. ere Friday! '57 Chevrolets! New Steering Wheel & Instrument Panel Triple * Turbine Automatic Transmission New Bel Air, Two-Ten, One-Fifty, and Station Wagon Models Longer - Lower and Wider At Kossuth Motor Co. Algona FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS FOR ALL!

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