The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1962 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1962
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8-Alg- (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, June 26, 1962 ! Mrs Rose Sigsbop, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Evelyn Cady spent Friday at Mason City. • Mrs Alice Clayton is being visited this week by her grandson. Bruce Roethler, Livermore. 'Mrs Fred Frocsc had as guests Sunday Luella Peterson and Florence True, Mankato, Minn. • Willard Snustad loft last Tuesday for eight weeks of summer school at the State University at I6wa City. Mr and Mrs Charles Bird will H&ve as guests next week the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Daviii Hochberger, Covina, Calif. Mr and Mrs Martin Becker have been visited by a niece, Mrs Leo Koepple, of Coeur d' Alene, Ida., Who also visited relatives and friends at Bancroft. (lev. Joseph D. Sluder. Sioux City, took his parents, the Joseph M. Studers, Algona, on a week vacation to Colorado Springs where they visited their sons. Harry J. Studer, Colorado Springs, and Roger A. Studer, Denver. Dr. and Mrs .lol'n Kcnefick have had as guests Lt jg and Mrs Ste- Mrs \V. A. Foster had as lasl weekend guests Mr and Mrs J. VV. Foster, Long Beach. Cal. Mr and Airs George BnlHiff are being visited by the hitler's mother. Mrs M. H. Masters, Dubuque. Mr and Mrs Wallace EnlniHii and Mr and Mrs Doyle Dailey went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend the ball game Mr and Mrs llarnld Krpeldlin" and family spent the weekend Spirit Lake and Mrs Duane Riley who are vacationing there. Mr and Mrs Albert Uriel were guests of Mr and Mrs William Moore, Jackson, Minn., at their cottage on Spirit Lake a few days last week. Mrs Hugh Coin-ell was visited one day last week by Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart who were enroute home to Adcl from a fishing trip in Canada. Degree of Honor will met July 2 at 7:45 at the Izaak Walton hall Mrs Alene Hemphill is being visited by her sister, Mrs Emoline Parisi, Hollywood. Cal. Mr and Mrs Ruppert Young were visited Thursday by Mr and phen Kenefiek and daughters, Katy "^ Ray Hirner Veslev Tims and Stephanie. Lt. Kenefiek has **« Ray Hirner V\es]e>. Tues and Stephanie recently returned from a South Pacific cruise and flew here from the Philippines. Mrs Kenefiek and children have been in Des Moines with the parents Mr and Mrs Joe Brown. The family is moving to Pensacola, Fla., and Lt. Kenefiek plans to make a career of navy flying. Mrs John Kenefiek and Ann are leaving this week for a visit rvf 10 days in Chicago with relatives. They will then leave from here for the summer home at McGregor, Minn, on Big Stony Lake. Dr. Kenefiek will join them later. I day the Rupperts visited Mr and Mrs Howard Fries, Cylinder. Mr and Mrs James Baker spent the weekend at their Lost Island cottage and had as guests Mr and Mrs Gene Faulstich and Mr and Mrs Bob Henderson. Des Moines. Mr and Mrs William J. Becker have had as guests Mr and Mrs Bill Becker. Bill received his Ph. D degree at the State University, Iowa City, June 8 and will teach summer school at Indiana. Pa. He will also be on the staff in the fall. Mr and Mrs Frank Smith are being visited by their grandson Mike Hanson of Osage. Thursday Mrs Smith and Mike and Mrs Augusta Beitz went to Iowa'Lake for some fishing. Mrs Charles O'Connor and Chuckie are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B. M. Vonderheiden at Wichita, Kan. At the conclusion of the week visit the parents will bring them home. Mr and Mrs Vincent Bernardo and children are leaving Thursday on the City of Los Angeles, for Long Beach, Cal. and a two week visit with Mrs Bernardo's parents, Mr and Mrs M. H. Fain. Mrs Gerald Bomgaars went to Sioux City Sunday to visit her son Robert and enroute stopped at Ashton to visit her father and sisters. W. F. Miers, Velma Miers and Mrs Sylvia Kannegieter. Mr and Mrs Don PeCoy were visited last weekend by Dixie Seefeld, Cherokee. Mr and Mrs Louis Maharas and Connie, Sioux Falls, S. D.. and Mr and Mrs Leander Seefeld and Dennis. Mr and Mrs Jack Hube visited Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson and Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken en- route home to Omaha, Neb. after attending the wedding Sunday of Mr Rube's sister at Sheffield. Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson and Mr and Mrs Don Nelson, Rosemary and Billie of West Union, returned this week from the Black Hills and other western points. They had been gone two weeks. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Leroy Johnson went to Detroil, Mich, lasl week where Mr Johnson was ordained in the Lutheran church. Rev. Johnson has a pastorale al Dawson, Minn. Mr and Mrs Barney Erdman. Anaheim. Cal.. are parenls of a son born last Monday. He has been named Garretl David. Mrs Erdman is Ihe former Joan Muckey, daughter of Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey. Mr and Mrs Brail Wright returned last week from a vacation trip to Montana, where they visited their son Bill and his family and did a liltle sightseeing in the beautiful mountain country. Mr Wright is manager of the Graham store. IN '62 INSURED SAVINGS ARE BETTER THAN EVER! REAP YOUR FULL SHARE OF EARNINGS PER ANNUM CURRENT RATE Now-more than ever before, sa\ins is extra profitable... and extra convenient. Dollars set aside in your injured savings account are safe, ready \\ben needed, aud earn the highest rate in four decade:.! Make sure you get your full share of our high V < per year earnings \\hen distributed to our savers on December :ilst. All funds placed in your insured safe account l>> July 10th earn a full six months' return in December. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION iluine Louuh That Help Your ( ummuuity To Grow and ALGONA, IOWA Mr and Mrs Jnmes ITcincn arc parents of a daughter bom June 16. She has been named Sonjia Lee. Mr Heinen is in service and stationed at Great Lakes. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ferman Heinen and Mr and Mrs Don McCarthy, St. Benedict. I. O. Miller and son Dennis, and Russ Waller and son Steve, took in the double-header baseball game Sunday between the Twins and Los Angeles Angels. Mr and Mrs Maynard Miller of Algona were also in attendance, as well as many others from this area. .(fin Carrol, manager of the Penney store here, began his vacation the fore part of this week. His car was somewhat damaged on a recent weekend in a tornado that hit the Red Wing, Minn, area and he went there to pick it up after repairs had been made. Air and Mrs Dick Beisel) attended funeral services last week at Eagle Grove for Douglas Dean, •412 month old son of Mr and Mrs Duane Bcisell. Pneumonia was the cause of death. Mr and Mrs Dick Beisell are being visited by Mr and Mrs Esteol Rice, Concord, Calif. Mrs Luella Baker had a phone call last Monday from her brother Robert Lucas. He and his wife lad left their home at Mesa, Ariz., 'or Great Falls, Mont. At Pocatello, Ida., Mrs Lucas died in her sleep in a motel room. Burial was made Friday at Lewistown, Mont. Mr and Mrs Mel Bay took Sonja Rosa to Des Moines Friday where she took a bus on a trip east. At Washington, D. C. she joined other exchange students in the U.S. and upon conclusion of the tour will board a plane for her home at Bogota, Colombia. She has been guest of the Bays the past year. Mr. and Mrs Fay Harmon spent the weekend in Des Moines at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Ben Slepker. . Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti left tot a two week vacation this week. They will meet Mr and Mrs Cut 1 ' tis Stoddard in Flasher, N. Dak. and the four will go to Canada. Mr and Mrs George Will of Minneapolis were Sunday guests of Amelia Hanselman. The 500 card club met at the Clara Wolf home Tuseday. Guests were Amelia Hanselman, Alice Hinz, Mathilda Stoddard and Alice Stampka. Alice Stampka won high and Martha Schneider, low. It was decided to postpone their weekly card party until after the 4th of July when they will meet at the Anna Hanselman home. Luncheon was served by the hostess and Kate Barton. Mr and Mrs Harold Trauger have left for a two week vacation to the Seattle World's Fair. Joyce Genrich, Sally Prior and Harold's sons are operating the grocery store during their absence. Mr and Mrs Bill Wickett and Stcvie and Mr and Mrs Frances Pitlik of Cedar Rapids arc on a fishing vacation at Hackensack. Minn. The 2nd annual Nielsen reunion picnic was held at the town park Sunday. Officers were elected. It was decided the 2nd Sunday in June would be the future date. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach returned home Wednesday after traveling and making stops at Auburn. Calif., Superior. Los Angeles, New Orleans and Seattle World's Fair. Willie Blair of Superior made part of the trip with them and Mrs Bill Berryhill of New Orleans accompanied them homeward. Shcri Ramus, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bert Ramus, was selected by the ladies auxiliary to attend Girl's State at Cedar Falls. Wed25Years f Stoea-Eagle Couple Honored Swca-Eaglc — Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary June 10 with open house at their home. Maynard Jensen and Pauline Preston were married June 11, 1937. Janet Anderson registered over 130 guests. A program was presented with Marvin Soever as master of ceremonies. Ronald Lindc narrated his own composition, Mrs Tom Preston and Mrs Jim Preston sang, accompanied by Ronnie Linde. Robin Swanson sang, accompanied by Mrs Tom Preston. Rev. Cain gave a prayer. Dorothy Kelly and Arlene Anderson had charge of the gift table. Mrs Roger Linde poured coffee and Teresa Boevcr and Mrs Kenneth Anderson poured punch. Serving refreshments were Mrs Marvin Boever, Mrs John Kelly, Mrs Tom Preston and Mrs Jim Preston. The anniversary was sponsored by children of the honored couple. Mr and Mrs David Earp of Mankato, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Duane Jensen. Ruth Hodgson's Music Pupils Give Recital Thirty music pupils of Ruth Hodgson of Btirt appeared in the annual piano recital in the Bnrt Community School, Monday evening, June 25. The program, presented individually with one exception, contained a wide variety of numbers and was excellently prepared. l\ piano duet was one program number, offered by Linda and Nancy Becker. Other pupils taking part and presenting program -nurnbefs, were Franklin Becker, Stephen Becker, Cvnthia Patterson, Vicki Westling, Marilyn Person, Marlys Eden, Xandall Tjaden, John Patterson, Michael Jackson, Jill Smith, Valarie Holding and Jayne Larson. Judy Spry, Diane Person, Janet Meeker, Deborah Stenzel, Brenda Eden, Mollie Blanchard, Katliy Patterson, Mary Lee Madison, .innell Newbrough, Frances Me- ijcnald, Eldon Rike, Roger Bui <pck, Patsy Zwiefel, Judy Kraft, "o Anne Ackcrman and Ann Seecr. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER.~~ all sizes, colors — Upper Des Moines Pub. do., Algona. ._ —— •• BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) jj Kubly Reunion Held Sunday At LuVerne LuVerne — The 10th Annual Kubly reunion was held Sunday at the City Hall. Eighty-five were present. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. A program of musical numbers by Sharon Hinkel, Sharon Smith and Cheryl Johnson was enjoyed: also group singing. Attendinp from out-of-state were Mr and Mrs Harold Johnson and family from Moorhead, Minn., Joan Marty of Waltham, Minn.. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Kubly of Medelia, Minn., Mr and Mrs Marlin Haugen and Mr .ftJittdtfrsdOrviJJe Kubly, both of St. James, Afinn., Laura Salisbury and daughter Terri of South Gate. Calif., Louise Jutte of Des Moines Mrs Phyllis Walker and family of Inclianola and the Everett Nick olson family of New Virginia. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly ant' Dale and Mrs Henry Kubly no! only attended the Mason City band festival in Mason City Tuesday but they met a nephew, John Won- lend from Carelton, Ohio, whn • . ,, ,. , ... , drove a Greyhound bus containinp lnlo( "" n « K " n « a " ulc morc P lea - Notes Of Servicemen SHEPPARU AFB, Tex. — Airman Second Class Ronald B Isaacson of Algona, is being reassigned to Fortuna Air Force Sta lion, Mont., following his graduation from the United States Air Force technical training course for refrigeration specialists here. Airman Isaacson received instruction in refrigeration and air conditioning as they apply to Air irorce equipment. £ The airman, a graduate of Algona Senior High School, is 'the json of Mr and Mrs Ncls P. Isaacson of 124 N. Moore, Algona. | • * • HO.\<; KONG. 15.C.C. — Max K. Flag, musician second class, USN, husband of the former Marilyn A. Meyer of 1021 North Minnesota St., Algona, serving aboard the attack aircraft earner l : SS Coi>l. recently helped to make life tor the Chinese refugees streaming THE MEN WHO KNOW TIRES BEST IN ALGONA the instruments for the Carelton band. Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty and family returned to Waltham, Minn after spending two weeks w ith relatives in LuVerne. Steven, !i week old baby of Mr and Mrs Keith Voss, underwent minor surgery Wednesday at Algona. Mrs .Mary .V-hultz celebrated hci '»lst birthday Wednesday. Man is LuVerne's oldest resident Eight ladies were present. A luncheon •Aas enjoyed. sant During a recent \isit to the British colony the crew of the mighty carrier and members of various detachments aboard donated blood to the British Red Cross to be used by needy refugees. In addition money was collected with which to buy food for them. OFHCK SLTI'UIiS — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the I'ppcr DCS Moines Pub Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. You Get 1 M/nufes Of Fun Every Hour t at Dillon You won't waste a precious minute of vacation time at the New Inn on Ijjke Okoboji, Iowa's most popular resort. So many activities for you to enjoy — golfing, swimming in the pool or on the beach, boating, water sports . . . summer theater, movies on the lawn . , . dancing and entertainment in the glamor* ous Lake View Club. Many new activities this year . . . golf tournaments, cook-outs, fish frys, sing- alongs . . . moonlight swims, lake excursions, games, etc. NighU are sleeping-cool. The food ia the greatest. Bring along the kidsl They'll love our supervised children's program. Family accommodalions and rates for 1 to 4 PC;* sons; luU.hciictU.-s. Write, wire or phone now to reserve the dates you want. QK060JI, IOWA Phone: Arnold* Pork, lowo 332-2113 tergg code 7iJ) flying your own? Hop eight in to the New Inn's own air field! HOWARD STILLMAN HAROLD ERPELDING BILL KENNE Joe Bradley Firestone SOUTH OF ALGONA HOTEL PHONE CY 4-2421, ALGONA, IOWA 6-62 "500" with 27-Month Road Hazard Guarantee We'll allow you from *17 to *36 for your old tires when you trade for a set of four Firestone "500" Nylons A PREMIUM Firestone Tiro at a POPULAR Price... io give you LONGER MILEAGE and TRACTION in the CENTER of the tread where \ you need it mostl > ALL. SIZES LOW PRICED Jgst "Charge III" or Buy on Easy Payday Terms Now with Exclusive All-Action Tread Every new Firestone tire it GUARANTEED >, Against defects in workman- amp and materials for Uw lifa of th« original trend. 2, Against normal road hazard! (except rcpairabl* puncture*) encountered in ev»ryd»y paamnger car use for the numlwr of mpntlw specified. FtoplucrmenU prorated oil tread wear and li.iaod on list price! current at time o( tdjtuUiient, JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Your FIRESTONE Wholesale and retail Dealer, OR VIKING OIL CO., Algona CHROME SERVICE, Algona MURRAY Oil CO,, Bancroft BUTCH'S DOC, Whittemore STROUP'S D'X, Corwith, la. KRAUSE "66", Fenton LAPPE'S D-X, Bwrt WAGNER D>X, Algona ED'S D*X, Algona PALIS D-X, Bede, Iq,

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