The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1962
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4-Algbna (la.) Upper Oes Metne* Tuesday, June 12, 1962 Mr and Mrs William Fit/»rr;ili! lofl Monday for a vocation of n week at Spirit. Lake. Mr and Mrs l.rr Srhrnck an ' other relatives arr bring vhitH by Paul Kchenck, Houston, Tex. Mrs Annie Ifillrngii was nt I'.ritt a week ago Wednesday to a'tcnd a family picnic at Mr and Mrs Fred Lassahn's. Mr and Mrs .lake flndrlrn art being visited this week by Mr anr! Mrs Warren froddcn and liltle SOP Phillip, Chicago. Mr and Mrs Ollir N'ashy had Mr and Mrs James Peterson ami daughter Belh of St. James, Minn.. as callers Sunday. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison went to DOS Moines Tuesday where tho former attended a Slate Bar Association meeting. Mrs William Duffy drove to Mason C'ity Thursday and was accompanied home by her daughter. Gerry, who leaches school there. The Herbert I.indquists moved Wednesday to Davenport where Mr Lindquist is manager of the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Jerry I.. Wolfe, son of Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe, is now located at Honolulu. Hawaii. He is employed aboard ship as an electrician. Mrs Alice Jergens, who is employed at St. Ann hospital, Sunday for Ames where she will remain till Saturday attending a food service short course. Mrs Muuh C'olwpll accompanied her daughter Mrs Harold Banwart and daughter Betty of Adel to Rochester. Minn, last week where Betty had a check-up at the clinic. She had heart surgery some time ago. Mr and Mrs R. W. Wetzel were in DCS Moines one day last week to visit Mr and Mrs Earl Jordan. The previous weekend they were at Waterloo with Mr and Mr? Francis Cavanaugh and also attended the track meet at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Martin Becker were dinner guests last Tuesday of Mrs Henry Schnakenberg at IrvinRi.on Other guests were Mr and Mrs Thees Sthnackenberg, Mr and Mrs Adolph KiestiT of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Henry Burfiendt of Soutn Dakota. ' Tom Hutchison Is home from Stanford University, Calif., whore he has been enrolled (fie pasl two years. He will enter the i':n\fi sily at Iowa City in th" f:ill f f >r •' law course. Hi' uas n< -ecmjiani" ! by his nephew, ('lu.rles Carroll. Sitn .lost;, Calif Mr and Mr-, Ilichard ('rail parents of a daumiii r Ixiin M yt Ihe lintl hospital She w (?d !'. |j'iuiids. '! .• mini i", and b"i'ii M'liwl llnc'hrlle i.snn grandparent-. are Mr ,md Mr Carolyn Stewart Of Algona To Wed August 4 Mr and Mrs Craig Smith went to Des Moines Saturday to bring their son Mike home from Camp Dodge where he hail attended B >ys' State. Mr and Mrs Miirl Potter were vi'.-ilH last weekend by their son T'im and family. DCS Moines. They ilso .'.pent some <ime with Mr 1 Kenneth Kickbush. Mr and Mrs I). I.. I.effert went to Dubuquc Saturday to attend a family reunion and from there went to Chicago to spend a feu days with Mr and Mrs Harold Parsley. Mr and Mrs Jerry neamish. Tim :md Karen came Saturday from Fort Worth, Tex for a two week \i:,it with the parents. Mr and Mrs Hay Beamish and Mr and Mrs I A. 13 Oakland. Mrs Kthel Chubb has concluded a visit with relatives and friends and has returned to her home at Baranoo, \Vis. She was home guest ot Mrs Alice Cowan and Mrs Laura Palmer. Mrs Don Nelson returned Sunday from Iowa City where she had rx-en a week with her daug.tter | Mrs Charles Simmons, Manchester, who had undergone further surgery for a back ailment. Mr and Mrs Willis W Flichman. Algona. announce the approaching marriage of her daughter, ''arolyn Jean Stewart, to James Icf | Lee Hichar Ison of Algona. Saturday. Aug. 4. at the First Lutheran church, Algona. Miss Stewart attends Thompson School of Cosmotolegy in Des Moines and Mr Richardson is with the L'nited States Navy, stationed at Treasure Island, San Francisco, Calif. Both are l!it,l graduates of Algona high school i I'DM Engraving) arr , II D (.'rail and Mr arv Simpson of Wesley fir-it grandchild [i,r C'rail Mrs I red I reesc h:iil last wek Mr- ,1 M Kennedy (ilyda lie.ii h, Mu.-,( atme Cullilieil. Method] -I numb' r <i hid them pu-.on .,[ Illi:' lieirP ei|i Mr anil Mi 111", Moirie-. the graduatidi d( ),,,! 'Ilienl i Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner spent last weekend at Spirit Lake with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Percival. Robert Munger. Don Monger and Fred Ganger spent the weekend in Canada on a fishing trip. Mrs 1.. W. Keilh will have as guests for a few da>s after June lh Mr and Mrs Howard Uosengarlen, Villanova. Pa. Mr and Mrs Kenne'.h Parrish were visited Saturday by the latter s parents, Mr and Mrs E. C. Gates," Charles City. Mr and Mrs Graily Phillips were hosts, Saturday evening, at a venison dinner in the shelter house at Call State P;;rk. Mr and Mrs I.Ioyd Pratt and Mr and Mrs Kjy Cook look in t;i; Twins- While Sox di.unlc h'-adi-r ' m Minneapolis Sunday. Mr and Mrs HurM'y Johnson had as recent um -,N Mr .md Mrs </scar Simon and Marian -\nies, an.) Mr and Mr, l.arrv .lul,n.>i*n Mr ;>ntl Mrs I wal-l Km h and family. Miidi.tou. VH-, . uere recent at the hnine of Mr-. Km h'.-, parents, Mr and Mrs Kobcrl IVV their Auxiliary At Lone Rock Has New Officers Lone Rock — Legion Auxiliary met June fi at the Legion hall. New members were initiated, with Mrs. Roy Jensen as initiation officer. New members are Mrs. Ed Tigges, Mrs Rose Harson. Mrs. Duane Habeger, Mrs Dale Schroeder and Mrs Ralph Zimanski. Election of officers was held, with Mrs. Dale Schroeder as new president: Mrs. Bud Miller, vice president; Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom. secretary; Mrs. Erich See- gebarth, treasurer; Tena Jensen, historian; Mrs. LeRoy Klepper, chaplain; Mrs. Dale Wegener, sergeant-at-arms. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Ed Ohm and Mrs. Jesse Blanehard. Hold finest Day Approximately 65 members and guests wore present at the annual Guest Day held June 7 at the Presbyterian church. The program began with devotions by Mrs. Jesse Blanehard The remaining portion of the program was devoted to a talk by Mclba Kettlcson about her experiences as a Lutheran missionary in Bolivia. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Lawrence Newhrough, Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs Sylves- UT Brace. Mrs Roy .Jensen. Mrs. . Lawrence; Rath, and Mrs. Allwmj Lock-A ood Mrs Willis Cotton greeted the guests. were Mr. and* Mrs. Lyle Marloto and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bier- stcdt. Visitors at the Roger Long home Sunday evening to help Durwin celebrate his fourth birthday were Mrs. Dora Haack of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Haack and Lori of Whittemore. Friends and relatives visited Everett Householder Sunday in honor of his birthday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettlt, Peggy and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanehard and Jonathon, Mr and Mrs. Dennis Priebe, Barry and Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, Mr and Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, Steve and Sherry, Mrs. Louie Householder and Vicki Jo, and Mrs. Ellwyn Householder and children. Algona. Mr and Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Steve attended a 25th wedding anniversary celebration at Fort Dotlge Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson. Colleen Collins was home for the weekend from St. Paul visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Collins. Mr and Mrs. Sidney Ellcfson attended commencement exercises at Algona high school Friday night to see their nephew, Robert Ellefson. graduate. Mrs. Mary Genrich left June 4 for an extended visit with her son. Dr and Mrs. M. E. Genrich, Carthage. Mo. Guests at the Woodrow Pettit home Friday morning were Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mrs. Cecil Green, Mrs. Harlan Blanehard and Jonathan and Mrs. Louie Householder and Vicki. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Marlow of Omaha, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow were Saturday evening visitors at the Jim Mar low home. Sunday dinner guests at the Alf Krueger home were Susan Montgomery and Mrs. Pauline McGuire from Algona. Dinner guests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit were Mrs. Margaret Householder, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel, Mrs. Louie Householder and Vicki and Everett Householder. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hanna and family. Thursday night, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh entertained Mrs. Mary Genrich at dinner at Estherville. Gail Pettit spent the weekend visiting her parents, the Woodrow Pettits. Gail is employed at Cedar Rapids. Friday, Mrs. Bertha N'ewbrough, Mrs. Lucille Blanehard, and Mrs. Mary Genrieh attended the funeral of a cousin, Frank Eloberts at Lake Crystal, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Louie flousehol- dcr and her brother, Johnny Faith, were supper guests Tues day at the Woodrow Pettit home. Jeffrey Angus accompalned his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, on a fishing trip last weekend. Janice Bierstedt left Thursday for Colorado where she will at tend summer school at Colorado University, Boulder. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ellefson attended the graduation of their niece, Diane Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor, Northwood, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Marlow of Omaha were weekend guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Sunday evening supper guests at the Dale Wegener home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave McKim and Katherine from Berwyn Heights, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus are proud parents of a baby girl born June 3 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. She weighed 7 Ibs., HMj ozs., and has been named Denise Ann. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tigges Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and Mrs. Emma Hurlburt called on the Junior Hurlburt family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch and family were Sunday supper guests at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lauck of Whittemore. Donald Faith of Livermore spent a week visiting at the Louie Householder home. Carrie Jensen of Seneca visited with Mrs. Margaret Lynch Monday afternoon. Janice Zumach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumach, spent last week at the home of her parents before going to Mankato to WE HAVE t DISPOSABLE l \ FILTER BAGS ^ /or all General Electric Vacuum Cleaners ONLY $1.25 poekog* of •ix canisltr for bt it ptrformonc* ut* only boo* b*ortag ihlt f GENERAL® ElECTIIC BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALGONA CY 4-3613 Observe liirthdays \'iMtni••> at the Louie Householder home Thursday to help Vicki celelirale her second birthday were Mrs Frit/. Newbrough, Mrs. Woodrnw Pettit, Mrs. Harlan I'.ianchard. Mr. and Mrs. William Carries of Algnna, Mrs Hob Marln'.i. and HII'IS, Mi -, John Filler Jr. and li'r,-, of Algona, Kelly Priebe, Mi-- D</n Fnderes and David nf Algnn.i. Mr-, .lerr> Waite and i T.unm;, of Fenton and Sherry Ne'Abnuigli ! due -t- at the Alfred S< hadendoi f iK.rnc h'.ridnng Janet -, eleventh '• thdas were Mr and Mrs Ho\ Knneri and son. Mr and Mr.-, ; Ju.'iii'i Ilnribiirt and family ! da Kru-,1' v.u, an (r.eniight guest. ; Wake up Wonderful! FOR THE SOUNDEST SLEEP ANY MATTRESS CAN GIVE YOU r - la;. June ; Mr and Mrs ] K.iief on ,il'eii'lei| Ihe 'Aeil ' n i me. •• Wanda Albert |', 1 I'.iiil . Klernme 'l Mi Kalph Bii'isledl ii, ,itleri'|er| a liii-r-.lrdt union June i at Kenton 'iple , fi our Rock left I'.i '•,!• , n ' f 'I I-. 'l.i, II' , ., n.,; tin 1 an Im ' e ,ir, i i ,,i Itcru tiMin '\ r H'r,[. i |',.,..c ,,i \ , till, Tex Hi. v.,1. \-,n ,,r, I i,,,, ,. boys li\i' ,ii ,.\u tin Ad i ),.. 5>|ialll ll |i he .', ill hi ij,- : , - Icau- Another -mi '|, | ,|, i,., , jll-,1 rcliirnrd hum i n ,n Ii, (• ;,, The I |i|ic'i l)i". Mimics I'ulili,!, illg ( °O IMIj'l"', IT . M,,rh |||, Joad Sunda\ ,ind «i m in M.nin ,, polls W'h( I e llie\ -,.i'A Ihe (Inutile header between tin- I .\ m , ,,im JVIlltl' Sux. both wnn IA tin l.iai Making the trip m tin' > nm; ,,,,, station \ tin uere .l.ii k I'm. ( u flic'sler Anii.slrong. D.un i u ,t, ben. Mci'lc 1'rull. Dun Smnii .1.,, h and Sieve Waller, and Kn , 'it'l'. IMr and Mrs \ I.. I|IIIJMJ>.I>H had at, Sunday Mr and Mr? Tom Thompson, L)e,s Muinrs Mr and Mrs I'uul Dcltinan urn yLsiti-il recently by Mr and .Mrs C O. Kiddle: arid grandson Lairs llaii.son, West t'oticord, Minn (Hhei recent guests hu\e been Mr pud Mr.s I'fte (Judfredsun of Ann strong. Mr and Mrs Hoy 1'aul.son jiil t).,se.i. Minn . and Kuniec Hlek frld, Ai in.ilruiig This weekend they also had a.s guests Mi' and Airs (ieuigc kinkki and daughter Look Ahead ...wfien you look for a loan tfn /and! YOU'LL FACE the future v.ith ^tenter confidence if you hiivu buch look-ahead features as lov/ payments, long teiios and tha IHivdeue of p.ivincnt at ;iny tmic- in udvtuico without pfiudty A Land Bank Loan may u- ust-d to buy land, piiy oil debts, maki; inipi ovt-n.-nts or fin other uuipoius. Coin.' m tor|,iy...bu ready for toinouow. Federal Land Bank Association t H Hutchios, Manager Forest City (West of Forester Hotel) Tuesday & Fnday Algona (south of I'cnneys) Monday & Wednesday Over a period of 11 years, people like you went to sleep in the laboratory sleep rooms of the United States Testing Co. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . . . heart beats. All leading mattresses were rotated through the rooms. The conclusion, supported by 60,000,000 recordings, Beautyrest gave deeper sleep than any other mattress The Unique Beautyrest comfort construction is the reason. Come in and order this famous Simmons mattress today I Tufted or Smooth Tuftless EASY TERMS • ton IMUHO FREE VAN DELIVERY attend Summer School. Jatifde has been leaching for the pdst year at Albert City and will resume teaching next fall at Arthur. Mrs. Jim Marlow and Scott, Cathy and Kevin visited Mrs. Roger Long and Durwin June 4 in honor of Durwin's fourth birthday. Visiting at the Tracy Stone home for the past week was Paulette Arend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend of Burt. Mrs. Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula called on Mrs. Margaret Lynch Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dreyer of Burt visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig. The Modern Mixers Club met Tuesday at the home of Mra. Qor> dy Burt. Members are as follows: Emma Hlnz, Peggy Cyphers, Margie Nyman, Lily Johanneson, Gladys Johanneson, Connie Burt, Carville Jensen, Eunice Vaudt, Iva Witham, Pearl Burt, Virginia Bauer, Kav Krausc, Ccna Looft and Cherry Madden. Friday evening visitors at the Everett Witham home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch. Wednesday callers at the home of Mrs. Margaret Lynch were Tena Jensen, Mrs. Hannah Lynch, Mrs. Dave Lynch, and Mrs. James Palmer and grandchildren of Algona. Guests at the Everett Witham home last Thursday and Saturday were thelf daughter, Mrs. Pete Helmers and grandson Tony, from Jefferson, South Dakota. Vernon Modderman, Belmond, is now employed by Herb Nelson. Rachael Hurlburt accompanied Mrs. Fred Rath of Swea City to Cedur Rnpids Sunday where they visited Mrs. Rath's son and family, the James Raths. Mrs. Willard Thompson is a patient at Holy Family hospital at Eslherville. The children are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson. 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