The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1962
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Swea Area Has 4 Hospitalized, 3 Surgery Swea & Eagle — Shirley, 5 yem old daughter of the Carl Schnu- bcrgers, submitted to a tonsillectomy last Friday at Estherville. Jerry Wegner underwent an appendectomy at Holy Family hospital last Monday. Mr and Mrs Art Johnson went to Rochester, Monday, where she entered Mayo Clinic for a checkup. Mrs Kenneth Patterson underwent surgery last Wednesday morning at Fairmont. She WHS expected to return home Wednesday of this week. Is May 27 Bride Of Former Fenton Youth Mr and Mrs Tom Preston attended commencement at Ledyard and were among guests at the Sid Payne home for their son Jerry, who was salutatorian of the class. Susan Marie, infant daughter of the Floyd .Brekkcs, was baptized May 20 at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong with Father Bruch officiating. Last Sunday evening guests at the Herb Paponfuhs home were Mr and Mrs Les Cassem and girls of Fort Dodge. Last Monday evening at the Herb Papenfuhs homo after commencement in honor of Mary wen; Mrs Hulda Papenfuhs, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Lindsay and Garry. Mr and Mrs Jack Cor.des and Hick, and Miss Bertha Cordes, all of Rolfe; Mr and Mrs B. M. Cuthbertson and family, Ilavclock, Mr and Mrs Ray Gram and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Papenfuhs and family and Mr and Mrs Gerald Swalve, all of Estherville; Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson, Mr and Mrs Albert Paul, Mr and Mrs William Walstead, Mrs Floyd Smith, Mr and Mrs Joe Johnson and girls, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Cordes, Mr and Mrs Don Cordes and Mr and Mrs Eugene Papenfuhs and family. Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson attended Honor Day at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls recently as a guest of their son, Maurice. Maurice will be attending the summer session at the college. Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson received word that her sister-in-law, Algona, and Lorraine of Minneapolis to Seattle, Wash, where they will attend the World's Fair. Tom McGuire, stationed in the U.S. Navy at Great Lakes, arid William McGuire, math, teacher at Hastings, Minn., are spending some time with their parents, Mi- arid Mrs Charles McGuire. Bill will attend a university in Calif, then go to Africa to teach Math. Mrs Floyd Ytickcl accompanies her parents, the Kemmets of Ring sted, lo Sioux City Sunday. Banns of marriage were publish 1 - | ed Sunday in St. John's .Catholic' church for Dennis McCliesh, so;. I of Mr and Mrs Glen McClicsh, air;! Mi rcdith Bergman, daughter of Mr \ and Mrs Laurence Bergman. The wedding wili be June 2,i. .John Dr.lan. .son of Mrs Mae Dolan, who attends Ilcelan high school in MOUX City, came home for the summer vacation with his mother, brothers and sisters. Mr and Mrs Walter Menke and Allen visited their son. Denny, Milwaukee, who is playing with the Br.ivt's. Mr and Mrs Richard .Vknke and Kay also went to Milwaukee and from there went to Chicago to visit Mr and Mrs Vic Hanson. Larry Eckhart, Chicago, spent several days with his parents, the Clyde Eckharls and other relatives. Patty Dolan spent from Wednesday until Saturday in Fort. Dodge with her sister, Mrs Robert Thu- mas and brother Mike. Patty wili go to Ft. Dodge where she will ba employed. Cletus Dorr, who was injured in a tractor accident recently, re turned to his home, but will be able to do heavy work several weeks. This summer she will work at the ASC office in Algona. Plant Flowers The club plants Sin.'i'I Lakota Blue Jay Jr. Garden )lanted boxes of flowering for hanging on the Main electroliers. They also planted petunias in the memorial plots surrounding the flag poles at each of the Lakota cemeteries. Tho Lakota Senior Garden club aU> planicd 200 petunia plants in the two safely islands at the junction of highway 9 and the Lakota siub pavement. Liii i" senior choir of St. Paul's eran church, together with their guests, enjoyed a smorgasbord supper at Fairmont Sunday evening as the social event to close their season. Peter Theisen returned to Veterans Hospital in Des Moines last week and expects to undergo surgery there soon. Tuesday, Juno 12, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei—5 Bode P.O. Job Open The Bode, Iowa. Post Office has announced thai applications arc being accepted to fill future vacancies in the positions of substitute clerk in that office. Starting pay for these positions is $1.112 an hour with automatic yearly raises ir not for Miss Nancy Ann Rmlpn. pictured above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boden of Akron, Ohio, became the bride of Rev. Alan W. Hclland, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Holland of Fenton, in a ceremony performed May 27 at Baldwin-Wallace college, Berea, Ohio. The young couple will make their home in Boston, Mass., where the bridegroom is a student of Boston University School of Theology. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hclland, were residents of Fenton until 1956, and were to move back to Fenton June 11 to make their home. The bride is a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College, and is also a student of theology at Boston University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Simpson College, Indianola, and is taking post-graduate work. (UDM Engraving) Mrs William Dretsch at Fargo, North Dakota, had died. The funeral was Tuesday. The Andersons left Monday for North Dakota. Mr and Mrs Ed Godfrcdson ana 50 comfortable resorfs ( JUST 5 HOURS AWAY OR LESS . . . Enjoy a Minnesota vacation this year. Slay at the lirst "full slzo" resort area goino norlh on Hi-Way f71. Lots of wonderful plncos lo slay, suitable for any family on any bucket. Swimming, boating and the fishing's great.., sleep In relaxing cool-clear air at night. Write today for an association color brochure, or belter yet, why not as/i for one it <7>e o/fica of this newspaper. LITTLE CROW RESORT ASSOC. Kondiyolil County In Weil Central Minneiotd Spicer, Minneiola Dear Sirs: Please send me your resort folder. EPSUCfc 8 Tussy lipsticks to choose from — 8 shades of spring and summer—all alive with Perrna-Dew, the softening secret only Tussy lipsticks live with. Also on sale, large 12 oz. Midnight Hand end Body Lotion. $2.00 value NOW JI.OO. RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 E. State ALGONA CY 4-2349 Barbara and Mrs Nels Godfredson A'ere dinner guests at the Cecil Sodfreclson home at HumboKlt ast Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Bob Binzen, Lone Rock, were Thursday evening visitors at the Floyd Brekke home. Word was received of the birth of the 4th daughter to Mr and Mrs Louis Lingard, former area resi dents. Janell Kay, was,-born Maj 9. Other daughters are 7 year old twins, Janet and Janice, and 6 year old Jcanctte. The Lingards are at Plain, Wis. Mrs Harold Krantz and Mrs liar old Joacs attended commencement at Forest City, last Tuesday evening for Kent Buffington, son of the Don Buffingtons. Mr and Mrs Warren Brones and Mrs Jay Brones attended comnicn- t-emcnt at Forest Cily Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Aii'lcr-um and family oi' Estherville an I Mr and Mrs Maynurd Jensen \u-a Sunday guests at the Jue Preston home. Mr and Mrs Leonard Peterson and family mined from I he on the Virgil Blumster farm to ih • home they purchased fruni Mr-. Lillian Bone in Swea City Thin.-* day. Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke W.MY Sunday callers at the Om.-, halt ved home at Kstherv ille, Sunday The Kullveds, cousins uf .Mrs Brck- kc, had received word hist Tlunv day thai a son, Richard. 22. uli< was with the armed lorres in the Philippines, had died to a hear, attack. Mr and Mrs Leonard PeliTsnr and family attended a pienie witii relatives at the hume of Leonard's father, Mr Frank Peterson at Fox Lake, .Memorial Day. Mrs Carlos F.ngelby and Carman and Mrs Lorraine Morns and Marlene (iranvilli 1 \ isitud friends ui LsthcTville Saturday. Eaglt 1 llomemakers met at the home of Mvs Ormal (iiiinn lasi Tuesday with Mrs Jim Hock i.ssiol- ing. Janice Edwards Of Lakota Is Waldorf Grad Lakola — Mr and Mrs Laverne Edwards and family attended Commencement exercises at Waldorf College at Forest City Sunday. Their daughter. Janice Edwards was one of !.'!.> graduates. Janice was on the Deans List :md next fall plans to go to Northwestern College at Orange Cit>. THANK YOU In appreciation for the support given me at the primary June 4 and past elections. My Sincere Thanks Jens M. Sorensen (23*) LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING Shop the YELLOW PAGES way! If variety is the spice of your life, see the choice selection of. buys now at your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center. One of those new Chevrolets, Chevy Il's or Corvaira should suit you perfectly and .spare your budget any strain! i "We wouldn't presume to tell you which one to buy, but your' Chevrolet dealer has more.ways/iof helping you make up your mmd.; Like the Jet-smooth Chevrolet Impala, luxurious,! 1 extremely comfortable,' undoubtedly the best riding car in its' traveling out sports car. As you see, your Chevrolet dealer has just tha" tonic for that "let's go traveling" look in your eye. And, what's nice about buying one, you won't have to jugglo your life around to afford it. You know? James Dolan Of Bancroft SUI Medic Graduate Bancroft — Mrs Mae Dolan and Patty and Mr and Mrs lluln of Hingsted spent the weekend ir Iowa City attending the gradua tion of James Dolan, son of Mr-, Mae Dolan who graduated Sunday from medical school. After graduation, Doctor Dulaii will move to Dub Monica where lie will be employed in a hospital. He is married and has two small sons. Mrs Tom Lunging and family are spending a few days at the Kit-hard Menke home while Doctor Lensing is on a fishing trip in not them Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Walter Dieteriny weni to Boys Town, Neb. Sunday to attend the graduation of their nephew, Joseph Diolering. Joseph is the son of Arnold Dietering, former resident here. Mrs Rose Rah.e accompanied hw daughter, Mr and Mrs Busher, r Stni'n' Fim WUT/S to <•* I army (ulioii-n tup lo WW) ore Hie CwntiUe, Gytwif MQ)UQ GwWt •y if A«'a Station H'^i"' ««4 WjiwwM in^uM »5^i/rt *3'n/arf». * iful bwjmg days $ your local twllidrked CTiewolet dealer's Golden Sale's Julileet """•£--«7^» KOSSUTH MOTOR CO c ool lite you hQQf with 9 aS I simple ways to air condition your whole house with If you nave a gas heating system, gas whole house air conditioning can usually be added on. A compact cooling unit is installed on top, or underneath your gas furnace or m the mam horizontal duct. If you are thinking of putting f in a new heating system anyway, you can get a smgle . gas unit that heats m v.inter, cools in summer, giving you thermostatically controlled • climate the year-round. Addon or smgle year rouivl system, gas v,hole house jit conditioning t'-'.i= Iran/ jJVcint.iges: quiet, tijuhlc ties operation anJ tOunu i'j. IPS §• AkQQNA, IOWA CY 4-3554 NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-2484 "Your Gas Company" Algona

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