The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1962
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2-Alflonn (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 1, 1962 Sexton's Men O.K. Addition In Klein Home By Sexton Sue Ruth Phillips and Irene Klein were hostesses to the Sexton 'Friendly Club, Thursday, Apr. 26. at the Klein home. Bet the boys who visit there were glad to see •that big refrigerator the Kleins recently purchased. Makes the olives easier to find. Dolores was Jiome to help serve. Wonder if anyone missed seeing that new j;ing on her left hand? Irene doesn't leave her driver's license expire. She got it renewed on her birthday Thursday after she followed the patrolman to Forest City. Club guests were Sally Cink. Jtose Lickteig, and Phyllis Sheppard. Phyllis brought her four .daughters — the youngest being Ted haired two week old Brenda Sue. No doubt there will be boys ground the Sheppard home too when those attractive girls are old .enough to have dates. " A few gardeners had early vegetables planted. After the bulb Exchange, the ladies were all anxious to get them planted and see what grows. Mary McMahon was the only member who purchased the dress she was wearing from Hawaii — a Mu Mu too, yet. It is nice to have Florence Jennings back in circulation again after she was released from the Britt hospital. Maxine Huff's problems are over. Now that she has won that new water softener her three young sons will always be ready to line up and use soap and that wonderful soft water. Linda Hansen is taking nurses training in Chicago and, like all parents, Arlene wishes Linda would write home more often. Regardless of what the calendar says, summer is here because Henry Bailey parked the Cadillac, dusted off that shiny Buick, and took off for Minnesota. Elmer Phillips pulled that new, fully equipped trailer right up to the kitchen door where he could admire it better. Ruth humored him by serving his supper in it one evening. Soon as school is out, those fish better go in hiding. Since the station and house has a new owner, John Shire has found himself a new "tent". Liz Taylor and Sexton's mayor arc both in the news quite frequently. Most Sextonians prefer news about "Beanie". His family has increased Sexton's population by one just recently. Young Danny Rump finally convinced his father thut having those seven teeth pulled didn't hurt too much. Now Palmer just may have some of his own pulled LuVerne Man To Teach 1X24) Year At Newell LuVerne — Kenneth Stripling will teach math and physical education in the Newell school as announced by Supt. B. E. Martin former superintendent of the Lu- Verne Community school. Kenneth was graduated from the local high school under Martin. After graduation he graduated from Morningside College, Sioux City and has taught since in the Danbury high school. Beulah and Doris Eggleston of Des Moines were Easter guests in the parental G. A. Eggleston home. Saturday evening they visited their sister Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry in Rockwell City and were Sunday guests of a sister the Charles Nygaards at Wesley. Mrs. Clara Rogers is in Fort Dodge for a week with her daughter the Jack Lewarnes. The L<nv- arnes are moving into a row home they purchased recently. Easter guests in the parental Frank Gronbach home were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Blair and girls of Superior, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. W. Dale Brayton family of Sheffield, Hr. and Mrs. Richard Gronbach 'amily of LuVerne. Easter guests in the parental Jess Lindebak home were Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Neal, Joyce and Beth, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindebak, Dawn and Layne, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hansclman and Dennis of LuVerne. Easter visitors with Mrs. Anna Hanselman were her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christensen of Eslhervillc, their daughter Mrs. Rose Ann Swan and sons Mike and Grant of Esthcrville and her friend Larry Hilgcndorf of Forl Dodge, Mrs. Bertha Nelson ol Frost, Minn., and the Earl Han sclman family, LuVerne. Easter guests ih the LcRoy Hanselman home were their daughter the Ronald Andersot family of Forest City. Mrs. Bertha Nelson of Frost Minn., is spending some time in the home of her daughter, the Earl Hanselmans. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch Sheryl Ann, her friend Don Niel sen of Bode, Sonja Rae Goetsch and Jon Putnam were Easter din ner guests of the Duane Rileys at Algona. Saturday dinner guests in the William Goetsch home were her parents the Jack Sykes of Livermore and her sister Mrs. Phyllis Struthers and family of Irvington. Sonja Rae Goetsch and fiance Jon Putnam, Morningside College, Sioux City, were vacation weekend guests of her parents, the William Goetschs. Mrs. Duane Neal entertained her Canasta 8 club Monday evening in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lindebak. Her sister Mrs. Charles Hanselman was a guest player. High, Mrs. Walton DeWitt, second high, Mrs. C. 0. McClellan, low, Mrs. Hanselman. David Trauger, Ames, was a vacation weekend visitor with his parents, the Harold Traugers. Mrs. C. 0. McClellan entertained her 500 card club Tuesday with guest players, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Tillie Stoddard. High, Mrs. Eli Ba- A GRADUATION GIFT! WHY NOT A PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Feaf ure-LOADED ger, low, Mrs. Arna tfanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber and boys, his mother Mrs. Pearl Sarber of Bode were Sunday guests of their sister and daugh- er, the William Meyers at whit- emore. Mrs. Albert Genrich was honored Thursday on the occasion of her birthday. Guests were Mrs. Earl Neal, Mrs. Percy Brink, Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, Mrs. Norma E. Me- Claran, Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. The group celebrate their birthdays annually together. Fred Pergande moved Wednes day to the Chapman residence, made vacant by the recent death of Mrs. Anna Nelson. Fred has been living in a trailer house on the farm of his brother, the late Edward Pergande northwest of Luvernc. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly John and Linda and her friend Marvin Meyer of Corwith were Sunday guests of Mrs. Kubly's parents, tne Frank Johnsons a' Liivermore. faster guests of Mr. and Mrs Fred Kruse were Mr. and Mrs Walter Attig, her mother Mrs Nina Hunter of Henwick, the Johi Bohans of Humboldt, tne Gordon Davidsons of Burt, the Vervon Davidsons of Adel, the Allen Thees of Graettinger, tne Ralph Davidsons, the Donald Kruses and Vernon Egglestons of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stewart and children of Rockford, 111., arrived lor tne weekend visiting her parents the A. A. Schipulls, her orother and sister tne Everett Schipulls and Robert Barbers. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipull visited Friday to Tuesday with their daughter-in-law Mrs. Gerald Schipull and children at Kenmore, No. Dak. Mrs. Schipull and family leave May 16 tor Greenland to join Capt. Gerald Schipull, recently transferred from the air base, Bismarck, No. Dak. Thursday guests of the Lawrence Oberheimans were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kuehnast and Julie of Lanesboro, Minn. They came to visit his mother Mrs. Rhinehold Kuehnast of rural Humboldt who suffered a stroke recently. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Dlmler went to Clarence, Wednesday to visit their daughter, ^e D]pn Irey family. The uimlB's, Mrsv Irt-y and Mrs. James J^vjlle of jArnes went to Boonville, *%,.. fn*r the weekend, where they will be joined by another daughter Mrs. Fred Pfeitfer of Las Vegas, Nevada. The occasion is to attend the festival weekend at Kempcr Military School. Michael Pfeiffer, son, grandson and nephew is enrolled at "the" Military School. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Obcr- helman, Nancy, Shirley and Randy were weekend guests of Rev. William F. Reddels at Dubuque. Nancy Oberhclman was honored with a belated 13th birthday (Apr. 17) supper Apr. 21 at the home ot her unc\e. Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Hanscn and children of Minneapolis were Sunday visitors with the Allyn Brink family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brink were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swanson ana boys of Henwick. Gilts, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch SMITH-CORONA and REMINGTON FULL LINE OF MODELS And Up (including Federal Excise Tax) We Meet or BEAT every catalog price — See what you're getting — And no Express or C.O.D. charges to add on. WHY NOT A GIFT FOR SECURITY OF VALUABLE PAPERS AT HOME, TOO!! FIREPROOF DRAWERS & CHESTS (Carry Insurance Underwriters Label) $19.75 And Up For Abstracts, Bonds, Tax Records, Valuable Papers, etc. A Size or Style To Fit Yoyr Own Home Space. UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING GO. 111 E. CALL ST. ALGONA, IOWA Prexy, Board Re-Elected By Ottosen Co-Op Otioscn — The Farmer's Co operative Elevator held the annual meeting Tuesday evening Apr 24, at the commercial club building. Members of the board of direc tors whose terms expired were all re-elected for three yeai terms. They are Neal Olson, Vic tor Meyer and Olvin Haug. At th joard reorganization meeting hel later in the evening, Percy Wat nem was re-elected chairman o the board and Ed Kemna was re-elected vice president. Percy Watnem presided at the annual business meeting. The audit was read by the manager, Alfred Schultz. Dick Richardson from Felco was the speaker. A barbershop quartet, Bruce Watnem, Jerry Helmke and Russell Johnson of Humboldt and Dr. Harris of Algona sang several songs. Lunch was served by the United Presbyterian Women. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper o Dexter, Minn, were Sunday din ner guests at the Donald Coopers Other gufits were Nancy Coopct of Des Moines and Eleanor Kru c of West Bend. They celebrated Randy Cooper's fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson were Sunday guests at the Dean Nilges home at Sumner. In the evening the Bensons visited hei uncle, Frank Dodd at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mia. Larry Rigler of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Struthers. Mrs. Essie Cooper visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Hansen of Spirit Lake over the weekend. Ronald Ellingson of Minneapolis spent the weekend with his par Mr. and Mrs. 'Bony Jandl were Easter dinner guests in the home of the Hanford Brockss of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister spent Easter in Wall Lake visiting William Meister Sr., who got out of the hospital Saturday. He is doing fine. Mary Jandl and Matt Czarencse of West Bend spent Tuesday at the Tony Jandl home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heancy ol Lincoln, Ncbr. visited Sunday in Hie Tony Jandl home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family, Mrs. Yloscoe Mawdsley and Marc and Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Shnackenberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hain and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter were all Easter dinner guests in the Martin Becker home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth were dinner guests in the Ralph Dugan home Easter. Mrs. Bill Ross and daughter, Mrs. Delilah Peters and baby of Crystal Lake, visited one day last week in the Tony Jandl home. Sharon Smith of Austin, Minn, spent the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith. Easter dinner guests in the Chester Smith home were Sharon Smith of Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gallon and boys of Titonka. Mrs. Mable Reimers and Dale of Des Moines were weekend visitors in the Glen Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker \\2re Sunday evening visitors in the Bill Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore and Junior and Mrs. May Diebler and Ralph went to Fairmont where they were Easter dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gallon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and family were Easter dinner guests in Ihe home of Mrs. Tieman's parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolf, Fenlon. Mr. Tieman also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen and Debbie were dinner guests Easter in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schmidt near Tilonka. Other guests were Mrs. Elvira C'hristensen of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Christensen and family of Duluth, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chrislensen of West Salem, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and amily and Wanda Grisham of Algona attended the class play at Sontral. A niece, JoAnne Ureyer. ook part in the play. They were unchcon guests in the Frank Drcycr home after the program. A group of ladies gathered Wednesday evening in the home ol Mrs. Donald Weber lo plan a hower for Margaret Moore. Lunch was served by Mrs. Donald Weber, Urs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Vicor Filch. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, David and Sue went to Mason City Easter where they were af- lernoon visitors and supper guests m tne home of Mr. anu Mrs. John slieehan and Mrs. Lydia Skelly. David Rasmussen came home to spend tne taster holidays with ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. itasinussen. He returned lo Simpson College at Indianola Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwietel, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Zwiefel and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huber were Easter dinner guests in the Jim Huber home. Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart and Janine spent Easter vacalion with Ihcir parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien. They returned to Mankalo Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart and Janine were dinner guests in Ihe Loyola O'Brien home in Algona Easier. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carlson and family of Wesley, Carol Carlson of Fort Dodge and Mary Carlson of Swea City were dinner guests in the Axel Carlson home faster. Mrs. Goodwin Bergerud returned home from University hospital at Iowa City Thursday. Mr. Bergerud returned Friday. Mrs. Bergerud will go back aboul Ihe first week in May for surgery. Mr. Bergerud will also have surgery later Merwin Marlow and Kearn. Friends who called on Mrs. A. A. Krueger Friday were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Ernest Jensen and her sister, Mrs. Art Henningsen of Ames. Mrs. Maude Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard and family visited al Ihe Gordon Blanchard home al Mason City Sunday. ,, , Mrs. Harold Jones called on Mrs. Maude Blanchard Wednesday morning. . Mr and Mrs. W. L. Champion'j spent Easier al the Jess Harms^ home at Burt The William Champion Jr. famW were guests, also. Sunday diAer guests at the Elmer Krausqhome were Mr. and Mrs. Amy Cliosand; Mr. and Mrs. Julian CherlanX and family; Mr. and Mrs. Odey \herland, Mr. and Mrs Frank Low and sons from Humboldt, Mrs. Ellen Cherlattd, and Mr. and Mr\ Carl Carlson from Minneapolis. Winners of EasttV buhnles given away al Priebe^s slore were Sherry Newbrough, Nicholas Borman, Rodney Smith and Lanriy Kissner. ©PIONEER tt • registered trade* mark of Pioneer Hi-Bred Com Co. on. Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Bergerud were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Bergerud's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Smidl of Woden Easter. "To be great in Ihe large llungs of life, we musl be grcal in the smaller things first". LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs. Lyle Marlow visiled at the home of Mrs. Anna Bierstedt Tuesday. Mrs. Merwin Marlow and her mother Mrs. Catherine Collins went to a Mother-Daughler Ban quet Thursday night al Ihe Melh oclist church in Livermore. Sunday dinner guests at the George Kissner home were Mrs. Hugh Marlow; Mr. and Mrs. You're more sure of the crop when you're sure of the seed. PLANT PBONEERCorn SEE or CALL GET YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy -- Algona Fed Hoover, Sr ----- Algona Henry Schroeder Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch Bode Walter Vaudt Whittemore Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. Greener Lawns Are Made This Way YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL only t!?^L usually Take your plckl Tussy Cream" peodorant, Roll On or Stick. Shop now and get half off. Save just as much as you spend. Or get two guardian angels for the price of one I RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY CY 4-2349 ALGONA I took your advice this year. Guess you've noticed. That TURF BUILDER® is amazing. Our grass is greener than it's ever been. Thicker, too. And the Scotts Spreader makes it so easy to put on right. Just like you said. I never knew fertilizing the lawn was such a pleasant, half-hour job. More und more folia arc coming to us for advice on improving their luwns through an vasy-lu-follou> tfcotts Progrum. Come in anytime, We'll be gluU lo prescribe the correct Program for your IUIVH, Save $ 5! Scotts Spreader (16,95) plus Turf Builder (4.75) both only 16,701 FREDERICK The best place in Algona lo buy line quality hardware — at a savings I CY 4-4122 ALGONA, IOWA

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