The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1966 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1966
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Birthdays Honors For 2 LuVerne Men, 80 & 73 LUVERNE - About 40 attended an open house honoring the 80th birthday of Paul Blumer at his home in LuVerne Sunday, July 3. He received telephone calls and many cards. Hosts were his four sons and families, the John Blumers, LuVerne; Mrs. James Blumer and children, visiting here from Las Cruces, N. M., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blumer of Menominee Falls, Wise. Not present were James Blumer and the Phil Blumer family of Midland, Mich. Edward Hof was the honored guest recently on the occasion of his 73rd birthday withadinner at the home of his daughter, Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger. Guests were his sister, Miss Florence Hof of Ft. Dodge; his grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. David Trauger of Ames, and Dean and Daryl Trauger at home. - o PIANO RECITAL Mrs. R. T. (Elsie L.) Mueller presented her piano students in a recital 8:00 p. m., Friday, July 1, 1966, in the parsonage of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church. The program included "Under the Double Eagle," by Diane Gjerstad; ' 'Hungarian Dance No. 5," Brahms, by Allen Voss; "Magic Flute," "On the Levee," Mozart, by Kimberly Putzstuck; "From Pole to Pole," Chopin, by Diane Curry; "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," by Diane Pergande; "Spanish Fiesta," "Voices From the Choir," by Kimberly Nielson; "Shadow Waltz," Meyerheer, by Elaine Hinz; "The Skaters Waltz," Waldteufel, by Robert Blake; "Adoration", Felix Barocuski, by Dennis Marty; "Gypsy Violins," by Jean Casey; "Waltz in A Flat No. 15", Brahms, by Mary Hanselman. - o PERGANDE REUNION Children of Fred Pergande held a reunion last week at his home in LuVerne. Those present were the Leslie Calkins, LuVerne; the Delbert Blanchards, Cedar Falls; the Albert Pergandes, the Reiner Helmers, Algona; the Melvin Pergandes, Brttt; the Max Helmers, Des Moines; and the Fred Eslingers, Albuquerque, N. M. The Eslinger family will visit for a week. - o - Mrs. Harley Rusher of Bancroft recently entered University hospital for surgery. Mrs. Rusher is the former Geneva Hinz, LuVerne. They were farmers in .this area before moving to Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy have been on a week's vacation from the LuVerne post office. Mr, Guy is the rural route carrier serving LuVerne and Irvington and Mrs. Guy is assistant postmaster. They went to visit his sister, Charlotte Chaneland and family at Pine River, Minn., and at the Guy cabin on Twin Lakes, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cronk and three children of Council Bluffs spent the July 4th weekend with his parents, the Howard Cronk family. They left to visit in Minneapolis, Minn., leaving Jean, 5, Kelly, 4, and Angela, 3, with the grandparents. Phyllis, daughter of Lewis Block, is home after spending a week at the youth camp of the Methodist church at Lake Okoboji. Algeria, (Id.) Upper 0«« Mojne* Tuesday, July 19, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Agard were guests at dinner at Helen'sSupper Club in Eagle Grove, June 27. The dinner honored Mrs. Agard's father, Cyril Woodson, Eagle Grove, who retired from 45 years of service with Iowa Public Service. A family picnic honored the visitors, July 4, in the church hall of the LuVerne Zion Evangelical Lutheran church. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs, Deb Wichtendahl and family of Whltte- more; the Orval Ramus and Kenneth Lewis families of Ft. Dodge; the Harold Meyer, the Herman Hinz and Paul Maas families of LuVerne. Good Deed By Titonka Friends TITONKA- A kind deed was performed for Robert Steinberg who has been in the hospital for two weeks with an infected finger. Those who helped with cultivating, mowing, raking and balling were Henry and Dean Stecker, Melvin Post, Merlin Bruns, Francis Culbertson, Albert Loeschen, Don and Randy Steinberg, Alfred and Douglas Steenhard, Norman Bruns, George Steinberg, Harry Schutter and Leroy Bruns. Metzger Family Reunion Held Mr. and Mrs. Cal Callesen and sons, Kirk and Kevin, came recently to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Sr., and the Clarence Metzgers, Jr. Mrs. Callesen was the former Shirley Metzger. Robert Metzgers, Belvidere, HI., spent the Fourth here and a family reunion was held. Mr. and Mrs. Callesen, Kirk and Kevin, were also supper guests at the Mrs. Clara Bollig home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Callesen and sons were also supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bollig on the Bollig home place near Seneca, and supper guests at the Cletus Mullerhome in Whittemore. The Callesens and sons spent an afternoon visiting at the Robert Kain home near Sexton. They left Saturday for Yankton, S. D., for a few day's visit with his parents. They plan to leave for California on Tuesday. "Kossnth County's Favorite Newspaper" • THE TRUTH ABOUT j • * « * television in the business. NO OTHER TELEVISION MANUFACTURER CAN MATCH RCA VICTOR IN. . « V * + 4 RESEARCH RCA. ALONE. EXPENDED $130.000.000 IN DEVELOPING TODAY'S COLOR TELEVISION SYSTEM. . TODAY'S RCA VICTOR RECEIVER. Manufacturing Experience RCA. ALONE. MOVES INTO ITS 13th YEAR OF THE MANUFACTURE AND SALE OF COLOR TELEVISION. • CUSTOMER CONFIDENCE MORE PEOPLE OWN RCA VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION THAN ANY OTHER KIND. No Wonder RCA Victor Color TV Is America 's 1st Choice!! • •

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