The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1962
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Oes Moines Tuesday, May 1, 1962 Nru oflKTrs of the Algnnn Toastmastrrs Clul) arc pictured above. They are, rear row, left to right, Gearold Haas, educational vice president; Bud Anderson, administrative vice president; Darrel Ludwig, past president. Front row, Dr. Kevin Nash, treasurer; Floyd Albers, secretary; Dr. Wm. L. Clegg, president; M. L. VanclerWall, sergeant-at-arms. The new officers were recently installed. (UDM engraving). Cliel Williams is hospitalized at St. Ann ana nas been in an oxygen tent lor a tune. Mr. and Airs. Nicolas Dangclser spent ulster at Clarion witn Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stetchcr. Mr. anil mrs. Oliver Bakkcn spent faster at Bode with Mr. and Mrs. L<\ L. Bakken. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey had Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs, Sioux City, as weekend guests. Mr. and Airs. Vincent Bernardo spent Easter at Emmetsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo, br. Air. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson had the latter's father, Herman burl, as guest last Sun- Mrs. Ralph Valentino pntertain- ed a group of friends Thursday- afternoon. Mrs. Esther Barton spent Sunday at Webb with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr returned Friday from Lakeland, Fla., where they have spent a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pingle and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingd were guests Easter of Mrs. Ada Randall, Mason City. Mrs. H. C. Aillaii:! returned Thursday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, after ten days spent there following surgery. Mrs. Leona Baker and her son Harry of Minneapolis went to Mason City to spend Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Baker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling had as Easter weeeknd guests spent tne weekend at' Freeman, I t.'l3lr grandson David Passmore a i>. U. witn the latter's parents, Mr. I student at the University at Iowa and Mrs. Pml Krehbnl. City. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I?. Asa have been visited bv Mrs. Hea Hutcni- day. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson went id Mancuustcr last Sunday to be with Mr. and Mrs. Cnanus Simmons. and Mrs. Walter, Siemens Mr. and Mrs. I. \V. Nelson have returned from Rockport, Tex., where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson were visited a few days last week by Mrs. Esther Clayton, Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. J. ,1. AlliorUin spent Easter at Peterson with the kilter's mother, Mrs. Mary Pat- nek. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post were visited over the Easier weekend by the latter's mother, Mrs. Lil lian White, Manilla. M.r. and Mrs. Roy MeMahon had as Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman, Pat, Mike and Tom, Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frambach and Mrs. Edna Harr spent a few days last week at Millbank, S. D. visiting Mrs. Olive Gross and Mrs. Nona Jensen. Mr. and Airs. A. M. Quintard had as Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Nelson, Lynn Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Medhurst and Mrs. Alice Paxton, Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Drrmand have returned from Fort Dodge where they spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Rammert and Mrs. Olivia Rammert. Falls. Easter they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Don PeCoy. Mrs. Frank Devitt has returned from Los Angeles where she had spent the winter with relatives. Mr. itml Mrs. Uaviil Yeoman ;-aine from Cedar Rapids to spend ihe KasuT weekend wi:h the par- eii;.; Mr. iiinl Mrs. B rnarj Yeo ,1,111 and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith. Mr. ami Mrs. William T. Bcek- .-r were visited over the Easter weekend by their son. Jerry, and nis classmate, Dan Caldwell, students at Atigustana College, Sioux Falls. S. D. Mr. anil Mrs. William ItaUrr ;vi'l as Easter w;'k"'i'1 girsls Mr;, l.cvi Trc':-<;!cr. Mr;. VVoodwirU, and Mr;. Winnie W?i .k'iiluf;. li'ue Ei'.rih, Minn., ant! •iai:<:ra Ilnrton, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sprar have hvr-n \Wied by Mr. and Mrs. El nv. r I.altirmr of Highland, Ind faster the visitors, the Spears and Mr. and Mr:;. Clyde Lloyd .pent liii 1 day at Britt with Mrs. ii.T.lui Lloyd. >,r. am! .Urs. Gerald Bomgaars ',., re ivcently at Sioux City to vis- .1 !he fm-i.KT's mother, Mrs. II. II [Vmig.iiirs and at Ashton the following week to visit Mrs. Bom- gaar's father and sister, W. F. Miers and Mrs. John Kanncgieter. .Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Florien Neuroth, Marshalltown, Theresa Jones, of Whittc- more, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ercl man and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillingham. Linda Tatfur returned to lier studies at Iowa City after spending the Easter holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taguc. She had a house guest, Nadine Obler, Chicago, also a student at SUI, during the Easter vacation. Mrs. Mike Thill returned home was master of ceremonies. • Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Hospital Report Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr., Mrs. Mathilda Meyer and Mrs. Dora Faulstich, visited Robert Bell Wednesday in St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he is a medi cal patient. Milton Espe is a patient in St. Ann hospital where he underwent surgery Tuesday. Jack Spurgeon returned home Air and Mrs I.eamler Seofold 1 Monday from Palo Alto Memorial had as guests last weekend Mr. J hospital in Emmetsburg where he and Mrs. Louis Maharas, Sioux rWis 'a'"medical patient. from the University hospital in Iowa City Friday, and late in the afternoon entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona. Brian Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Henry, was a medical patient in Palo Alto hospital in Emmelsburg. Mrs. Joseph Priester is a patient in St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz of here, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wich J trndahl of Lone Rock and Mr. and | Mrs. John Hopkins of Algona attended the funeral for Loran B I-'.UT'S father Saturday at Usage. Viis Barker is former Bcr'.ha Po, r,,;/. of here. ' ; rs. Virgil F!b:rt, accompan- ji:l by Homer Womack of Thor an 1 Mrs. Harold Slagle of Garner. atUMvlecl the funeral of an uncle, .1 hi Webb, of Alta Vista last W -dncsday. n.--vcrly Z u m a c h, Arapahou Nrbr.. arrived home to help her pr.iiv 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- iiinn Xumach, celebrate their 50th wrM ,'i;ig last Sun-Jay. Miss Zumach Sky sine Ballroom Estherville, Iowa Booth Reservations Ph. EM 2-4397 after 5:30 p.m. SATURDAY, MAY 5 MIDWESTERNAIRES SUNDAY, MAY 6 MARV REEDSTROM RON-DA-VOO and DINING ROOM OPEN EVERY NITE Mrs. Ralph Bauer entertained ten women at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday in honor Of the birthdays of Mrs. 'Cleo Kautsch and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Sr. The afternoon was spent playing 500 at ffTRisrassHiiXni'i^tnY STANDARD QUALITY which Mrs. Kautsch won Mrs. Theodore Bierstedt, high; and Mrs. Eida Simonsofl consolation prize. The ladies presented cacn ot the honorees with a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt, ac- Mr. Volgt's sister^ mio B _.-J Wagner, attended, the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Dreyer at the Victor Dreyer home-in Lone Rock Sunday. (T IT'S NEWS WE WANT tf HYDROUS 1-Your most ECONOMICAL source of Nitrogen Nine to 10 cents per Ib. of ACTUAL NJTROGEN delivered to your farm. 2-Your most EFFECTIVE form of Nitrog :n. It promotes earlier spring growth. 3-Applicarion is made 10 to 12 inches deep in the moisture and root zone. It resists leaching. Your soil is the carrier. 4-With adequate sub-soil moisture and the perfect soil condition we have this year, Nitrogen will pay off at the rate of $3 to $5 for every dollar invested. 5-PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR SIDE DRESSING I There is bound to be a shortage of Ammonia later on. 6-We furnish applicator and tanks. You a pply your own; or for a nominal charge we will do it for you. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW WITH THE FOLLOWING AREA DEALERS KRANTZ & KITZSINGER - Ti tonka, Iowa MURRAY ELEVATOR - Bancroft, Iowa MARVIN PERKINS — Rodman, Iowa OR ORDER DIRECT FROM PLANT MO Plant At Irvingron, Iowa Phone CY 4-3548 or CY 4-4026 Mr. and Airs. George Ballnf! and family \ i.-;itcJ tne latter's ..lulhcr, Airs. A. H. Musters, Uu buque, over the taster weekend. Mr. ami Mrs. Nat lianas unit daughters Cally and spent the Kastcr weekend at SI. Paul, son, Waterloo, and at the conclusion ot" her visit Saturday tm:> took her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Anderson had as Easter dinner guests Mr. Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. U. C. ', ^nd Mrs. Ed Wilkins, Mr. and Levin. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, Mr Air. and Mrs. Edward Green had\ and Mrs. Hay Anderson and Mr as dinner guests Easter Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz, Livermore, Er nest Mertz, West Bend, and Nick Mertz. Mrs. Mary Miller and daughter Mrs. Twillah Bartholomew sper.l .'rom Friday lill Wednesday at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mis. L. II. Crawford. Mr. and .Mrs. I.loyd Mm k< \ entertained at a family dinner had us guests Mr. und Mrs. Resell 1'iekett and family, Mr. ai.'i Mrs. Stanley Muckey and faun!. Mr. and Mrs Bob Williams und . Ll lamily, Judy Pickett, (,rand Is- , [( land, Neb. and Matt Kapp. Lottie Wheeler, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. VreA Cironhach Mrs. Mary Warmbier. Mrs Tilln Steinrnan and Mrs. Tlielma Knocr attended funeral services la^t Tuesday at Mitchell. S 1) for Paul Nolz, brother ill-law ol Mr- Warm- ! bier, Mrs. Slemman and Mr. (iron- \ bach. i Mr. and Mrs. Pat liocrnini; \\riit to Mallard Thur.iila\ to -.ce Mr and Mi-.,. Kay St ' .lohn of Los Angeles, Calif., who are \i-,ilin.. Mrs. Dorothy KtippiTt and otln-i relatnes and Irier.d.s. Tue..d.-iy the Doeriiings went to Fort Dodu i'e an aunt, Mrs. Kathcime OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT © Fireproof Chests FOR WEED CONTROL IN CORN apply H6RBICID6 Just one application at planting controls broadleaf weeds and grasses right through to harvesU 4>fclGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL^ A.s u'iiisi-U in HOUR- beclion AlOONA FLOUR AND FiED Algona Conlon. Mr. and Mrs. \mlirnsc I.irk Dad as Kusler guc-.| , their dai ter, Mary Jam-, who leaehe-. a Mason City. Tun. who attend ('million t , Omaha. Neb . and at i dinner Easter additional ^iu- t were the son, Don, Mi. and Mrs Charles LickteiK and Mr an* Mrs. l j aul Elbert and Ann, Cor with. Mr. und Mrs. lid \\ilkins and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf left Saturday for Nevada and Des Monies. The Wilkins were overnight i/uest.s of L)r. and Mrs Harold Me>ers and Mrs. Wellendorf went to Des Monies to be witn Mr. and Mi--. Larr) Anderson The \\ilkir..s went to DCS Monies from .\e\ada and Mrs. Wilkm.s attended a con \cnlion. Mr and Mrs. James liukrr ;ni:l i the latter j, mother Mrs (iertrude Faulstick !ia\e been \ i.->iled by Mr and Mrs. frank Scandon, Ironwood, Mich. While here Mrs Scandon, took some advanced MI slruclion at Isaacson studio The group was joined by Mr and Mrs. Charles Faulstick, Lincoln. Neb. and Kaster dinner was la-Id at Mrs. fr'aulslick's. Mrs. Kathrsii Muliom-> had as Easter guests Mr. and Mis W 1) Storck, Douglas and Ua\e. Washinglun. Also guests were Mr. and Mrs Bud Weir, Pat, Kalhy, Jean and Trisha, Minneapolis Callers weie Mis Tom \\i-u, Mr and Mij Alvin Johnson, Bob and Uebbie, liard>. Mr. and Mr.s. 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