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2-Alflona (lo.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1962 Rev. Jcromp Degen, son of Mrs -.Elizabeth Degen of Algona, has been assigned by Bishop Mueller to work in Latin America. An 'official departure ceremony will be held at Sioux City July 26 at 7 p.m. and Father Degen will leave by plane the next morning for Lima, Peru. After a training period he will be assigned to a parish in Equador. Father Degen was ordained to the priesthood here about three years ago and is the lirst priest from St. Cecelia's parish to bo ordained in his home church. —o— Mr and Mrs \\i-s Hnrtlotl have as their guest for three weeks Kuth Schuppe. 21. Barmstedt. Germany, under an exchange program sponsored by the Kiwanis cluh. Miss Schuppe is one of a group 50 . young people coming to Iowa under an exchange program Hosts to the German young people went • •to DCS Moines Monday to pick up "(heir guests at the Hotel Savery _The youths and their hosts were .- guests at a breakfast during which ~ Gov. Norman Erbe spoke. * —°— •*• John Hotinip and Kirk Jeffrey. ,. sons of Lt. and Mrs Kirk Haves. Judith Froehlich To Wed Aug. 22 At St. Benedict i ing, July 14 at 9:48 a.m. The littl I miss weighed in at 7 Ib. 214 oz and has been named Cindy. She has a 17 year old brother, Jame to welcome her arrival. Guests of the Jess Blanchard this week are Mrs Blanchard's brother and family, Mr and Mrs Gary Drown. They arrived Monday from Cincinnati, Ohio and wil leave Wednesday or Thursday. Guests of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Meyer Sunday and Monday were Mr and Mrs Pete Sleiner of Monticello. Also guests Sunday were Mrs Meyer's mother, Mrs Francis Meyer and her sister, Jone Meyer. Johnny and Jimmy Lynch spent the day Sunday at the home of Mrs Margaret Lynch. Albert Kline was a Sunday dinner guest. Mr and Airs Richard Behrends and family and Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammersirom and family attended the"Blue Angels" Air Show at Looks Like Sexton Folks Will Get "All Lit Up" Mason City Sunday. Visitmg Mrs Margaret Lynch Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlich of Algona announce the engagei . men! and approaching marriage • were baptized Sunday at the Meth-• "f their daughter Judith Kathryn Todist church. The great grand-1 shown here to James Alvin Rosen- mother, Mrs W. J. Bourne, enter plained at a family dinner at tne .. Algona Hotel following services. ^Guests were the grandparents. Dr. "and Mrs M. G. Bourne and Mr and "•Mrs John Hayes. Mr and Mrs f V. V. Naudain, .Mr and Mrs Clar- .,,ence Maland of Elmore, Minn.. -Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour and Mrs Lottie Whitney. * —o— ;-• Air and Mrs Russell Hentz were given a surprise party Thursday rom Friday until Sunday was Elizabeth Prost from Waterloo, he returned to Waterloo Sunday flernoon. Dan Lynch of Algona nd his son Dan Lynch Jr. of Chic- go. III. also visited Sunday with Mrs Lynch. Mr and Mrs Tony Winters went to Minneapolis Saturday to see the Minnesota Twins and Washington play baseball. Airs Forest Rouse of Ayrshire and Mrs Ella Padgett of California visited friends in Lone Rock Monday morning while enroute to a funeral in Fenton for Mrs Gus Krause. ...-.......„._.„„ „„ Friends visiting Mrs Emma of Corwith. The bride-to-be is em- | Hurlburt in the past week were Mr ployed at the Directory Service ! and ^ Irs Ornie Behrends. Mrs Don Co.. Inc. and Mr Rosenmeyer ,» | Hurlburt. Fenton. Mrs Margaref meyer. son of the AI Rosenmeyers engaged in farming . Lynch. Airs Bob Marlow and girls, Scxlon — Sexton folks are looking their neighbors over and wondering who finally started the move to modernize. Progress has finally caught up with our town as it now seems to be a sure thing: Sexton will get street lights this year. A representative from the ight company at Britt made a survey of the town and has signed IF •esidcnts to "pay the bill." Wilford Ward has volunteered to send in the monthly payment with he store as collection point. There vill 11 three lights installed on he blacktopped street and two on lain street. They arc of the new blue white light variety and are controlled by an electric eye to go on at dark. The light company will attempt to have the job done by this fall so get prepared to hear "well, : they're sure all lit up over at Sexton these winter evenings." Open House A Success The open house at the Sexton Elevator to introduce the neNv Welp feed dealership here was a big success on a rainy day. The big prize winners in the drawing were Bob Seefeldt, Wesley; Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton, Chester Fitch, Algona; Archie Elbert, Algona; Art Hix, Sexton; Alvin Ricker, Wesley; and Arthur Olsen, Sexton. Two representatives from the home plant at Bancroft, Jim Fre^s of Burt and Leroy Caspars of Ban croft, did the cooking and serving Karen Bradley Of Algona To Be A Nurse When Henry Bailey and "Bud Elbert get together their favorit subject is clothes. Like other "bl shots", those two buy their ware robes from exclusive shops in th East that handle their size. Sylvi Elbert gave Henry and the Ar Kleins a guided tour of Spirit Lak and Arnold's Park and pointed ou the damage after the recett storms. The Elberts fornlerl' lived in Sexton and still read ai the news about their friends from this area. ^^^^n^^FU^FW*fj'Wi Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Brories ugageo in larming. : •-.""•". •>'!» DUU .uanow ana ens. „ •,,-,_ ,, ... , ..y ° ,, The wedding will ta kc place | Mr and M* Pred Rat.,. Mr and i »^ ^ p ^± d .l£,?fe Aug. 22 at St. Benedict Catholic I - Mrs Lawrence Rath. Mrs Alben Church at 9:30 a.m. < L'DM En- Shaser. Mrs Henry Schroeder. Mr graving) ...'evening in observance of their 17th I'wedding anniversary. Guests were ...Mr and Mrs Elsworth Heidenwith • and Lyle, Dorothy Rosendahl o " Whittemore, Mr a'nd Mrs \Valter ^Thompson, Lone Rock, Henry "Kueck and Mrs Fred Wegener". Cards were played and the guests ••brought the lunch. " —o— Methodist women attending a -seminar at West Bend last week ^included Mrs George Wolf, Mrs Theo Hutchison, Mrs Joe Tschet- ^ter, Mrs John McGuire, Mrs J. B. -Asa, Mrs Roy Hutzell, Mrs John ' Thompson, Mrs John Wilson, Mrs -A. L. Jackman, Mrs Roy Adams "Mrs Lyle Steele, Mrs Louis Kelley Mrs L. L. Riter, Mrs Richard Bei- Ujscll, Mrs Wayne Smith, Mrs Vic ..Parsons and Mrs Louis Kelley. —o— ^ Lt. and Mrs Kirk Hayes and •two sons left Sunday for'Omaha. Neb. where Lt. Hayes is stationed -with the intelligence division of "the air force at Offut A.F.B. They returned recently from a three 5,'car tour of duty in Japan and -nave been visiting their parents J)r. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and Mr .and Mrs John Hayes. « —o— . Margaret Ourant spent Saturda< 3>t Mason City where she went to sec a poetry poster exhibit spon- ^sorcd by the North Iowa Writers -Club. Miss Durant had three "poems in the display and the art -*vork wa.s designed and executed ^by her bister, Carrie Durant. « Mr and Mrs Krm-st Hutchison Jiave returned from a three week trip to Missouri. Arizona and th'.west coast. At Phoenix they saw -former Algona residents. MY and "Mr.s N'eal Monaco and Mr and Mrs .Jim Shillington. —o— 7 diet Williams was dismissal July Hi from St. Ann hospital after 4 bemg a pa'ient there for three -•months He , s ai his home here 'Mrs Ann Brochure is taring lot liim Id-ci-tit li»|>ljsms m S|. c,.,.,.|j;,\ | f ..tholio ' hureh mcliMe patrii k flames, sun of M,- ;,,,,| \|,. v K^,,.,,,, Ac-miners. Kurt Man son of .\| r find Mr, Kenneth Krideres. ;in ,| I'arrell l.eonar'l. -un of Mr ami Alr.s John Golwiuer » Mr and Mi.s Mailer Klani|i had S.s KUC-.S!> .-..aui.lay and Sunda' Mrs Hoy Olm and Mr um | _\|,.^ Alfred Koloff of I.uirl Mi, m aiM Sirs Micliai'l M< U.anc'ls and lw< Mlll.s. Of Oca Molllfa » I'alli Murkr\ anil \;mr\ Klmi.ri- arc .spending the ueek at Sliiikn. pee, Minn uil'h Hie former grandparent:,. Mr and Mr b J u ]m> ttli/ikinau, who .MJenL the rtueKeiH here with Mr and Mis .Stuiile\ lUuckcy. —o— " Knii4lils ol Columbus ami ( ,,n, whc Daughters of America I... 8' card party Saturday e\enmn ->i the KC hall 111 honor of the bn U, da> of M.,gi. p. p Gearen. —H— .Mrs Kemielli tonal] and her la- Uicr. lieu Bakkcn, are on a vaca- , lion trip (his week. Tlicy planned to yo to i-'t Francis, Canada, to visit rulali\i.'5 liurli urn Kuelicnreutlicr and Jlaurcwi O'Linen were delegates from the Algona high .school stu- itont council at the state camp at Cedar FalL laot v.cLk. .Mr and .Mrs Richard Pedersen are the parents of an eight pound. 3 oz. son born July 17 at Estherville. Mr Pedersen is a highway- patrolman and they live at Swea City. Mrs Jess Hill was dismissed recently from the hospital at Britt i following surgery and is now at her home here. Mr.s J. P. Smilh will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Friday. Mrs Ed Blumer's birthday will be observed. Mrs J. N. Fleming of Whittemore, mother of Mrs Craig Smith, Algona, is a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs Phil Diamond and three children and Joy Ann Meyer are going to Chicago this week to visit Mrs Diamond's mother. —o— Mr and Mrs Ted Vaughn, former Algona residents now of Ann Arbor, Mich., called on friends here recently. Mrs George Bonacker. teacher at Bryant school, is attending summer school at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 111. Kstel Kentz. Crystal River. Kla.. formerly of Burt, is visiting Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz. —o— Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer and Joy Ann were at Webster City Sunday attending a family reunion. Owen Berhow, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath. Mrs Clinton Rath. Rev. Meyer. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder. Mrs Mary Genrich returned home from the hospital last Friday in order to visit with her son and family, Mr and Mrs B. E. Genrich of Houston, Texas, who were in Lone Rock for two weeks. Friends visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf, Jr. last week at the home of his parents were Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Gail and Mr and Mrs Louie Householder. Guests of Mrs Bob Marlow Wednesday morning in honor of her daughter, Brenda's third birthday were Mrs Louie Housc\older and Vicki, Mrs Dennis Priebe and Kelly, Mrs Curt Olson, Jennifer and .Tommy,-~.Mrs j Jim Marlow, Scott, Cathy and Kevin, Mrs Mike Glasnapp and Scott, Mrs Ray Ohrtman and children and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Sherry. Ex-Hurt Woman Dies; Funeral Held July 17 Hurt — Final rites for a former Burt resident. Mrs Myra M. Chipman Brown, 89, Garner, were held at 2 p.m. July 17 in the Garner because in spite of all their talk ing Mr Ward and Mr Frees didn't make it to Spirit Lake at five the next morning The Ferd Brethorsts from Minnesota are always welcome back in their old home area. They are usually driving a shiny new car and have that look of prosperity sticking out all over. About the time it looked like the town couldn't grow any more things start booming again. Watch for the remodeling project east of town to start; this one should tic a real sidewalk superintendents delight. Kelley's have been buzzing over the house they still own out here so looks like new neighbors are in store for the John Jennings. The hiking grandfather has taken off on another trip but decided this one was a little too far to walk. John Stratton accompanitil Mrs Clarence Hull and family K> Thornton where he will spend a few days at the Frank Stratton home. Mr and Mrs August Kirschbaum were paid a surprise visit by an old friends. Mrs Nellie Baker and daughters of Mason City stopped while on her way to see her grandson, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huff near Titonka. Mrs Max Stratton in her gold- miners costume accompanied by "wife and two girls" gave Sexton a mighty good preview of what tc Mrs Mildred Fraser has returned from a month's visit in Syracuse, New York and Chicago. —o— Mr and Mrs Maurh Methodist church. Burial wa.s at Concord cemetery near Garner. Mrs Brown died July 14 at „ Mason City hospital where she hat been taken earlier in the day. Myra Marilda Chipman was born Graham • near Momence, 111 Sept 5 1H72 are leaving this week for a vaca- j the daughter of Willie A. and Ad- n«m in southwestern states. , -.line Chipman. At the age of nine M,- .,,,,1 \t ~,°~~ „ ! she eame witn her Parents to Iowa. <lau,hi ? T " l '!" 1( ' r aml Settlin * on a farm southeast of | Uightcis have returned from a Burt. She received her education v-c-al.on tnp to the Black Hills, i ,n the rural schools of Portland expect Days. in Algona on Ridiculous Karen Bradley, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Garland Bradley, Algona, will graduate this Sunday July 29, from Antonion School of Practical Nursing at Carroll. Karen is a 1961 graduate of Garrigan high school. (UDM Engraving) About the time things begin looking modern Wilfoid Ward adds a note of the old fashioned gracious living era. Have you seen that elegant new pony cart with the cutest driver around? No, not Wilford, his daughter Joan has been trying it out. Our little "red light" has been slowed down for a few days. Three year old Dean Golwitzer has learn ed at a very young age that riding double on a bicycle isn't safe. He -tas a badly bruised leg after a 'all. His next door neighbor looks in even worse shape but not from a bicycle. Art Hix fell jumping on a flat truck bed while at work vith the construction company and •racked a bone in his ankle. He will be on crutches for some time. That plane and it's "sonic boom" ver Algona a week ago must have made some of the local residents curious to see what the critter Jqoked like.. Mr and Mrs Clarence. Golwjtzer and Mr, and Airs Tom, Arridorfer took 'in "the "Air Show at Mason City. • Irene Klein's "blue Mondays" are beginning to get more rose colored. One Monday she received a letter from a California cousin she never knew and a school girl friend of 30 years ago came to visit. Marie Geinitz came from Minnesota to visit at the Kleins at the right time and went out to dinner at the elevators open house but not taking any chances they had a chicken dinner ready at home too. Marie has lived here at times with her brother, the late William Goeders. Mr and Mrs Walter Magnusen and Sharon and Loren Cutler, Fairmont, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Magnusen's brother, the Vernon Cutlers at Trimont and aunt and uncle, the Lee Cutlers of Ardale and a cousin, the Carl Cor- prons of Dumont were other guests. The Floyd Brekkes were Friday callers at the home of her sister the Ralph Genglers at Whittemore. Mrs Gengler had undergone major surgery recently. Sunday afternoon guests at the ' August Robison home were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kalkbrenner and son of Atwater, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Roalsom and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tony Lohse and Mr and Mrs Clarence Lohse, Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Gene Newlin of Harlan, Iowa, spent a week at the home of his parents, the Fred C. Newlins. Mrs Everett Hill and Verne of Marne were weekend visitors at the home of her sister and family, the Fred C. Newlins. Mrs Opal Pierce and boys, St. Paul, and Orville Work and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the Virgil Tokheims. Mr and Mrs Harley Work and Jay Clark have been visiting relatives at Sullivan, 111. Mrs Work's sister, Mrs Beulah Jenkins will return with them for two weeks before leaving for Hawaii, where she plans an extended visit with a daughter. Mr and Mrs Walter O'Green and family attended the Morrow family- reunion at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston attended a reception for a nephew, the recently married Mr and Mrs Jack Preston, at the home of Joe's brother, the Lawrence Prestons at Wells, Minn., Sunday. Mr and Mrs Art W. Larson entertained, the Paul Wiechmann family at dinner at the Sam Larson Cottage on Silver Lake Sunday and the Jim Waldschmidts of Arm* strong at supper. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker drove to Spring Grove, Minn. Saturday, where they visited relatives and Saturday evening, they went to Fayette, where they also visited. Mr and Mrs Lyle Krumwiede and family attended the Krumwiede family reunion at Triumph Sunday. Mr and Mrs Walter Hans attended the funeral service for her sis- ter-in-laW, Mrs J. E. Ukena.at the Presbyterian church at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Walter Hans were Sunday evening callers at the George Wallentine home at East Chain. Mr and Mrs Donald Kennedy and children visited cousins, the Duane Smiths at Walnut Grove, Minn., Saturday and Sunday. Stylorama Set For August 7 At Whittemore The fourth annual Styloranm r ill be sponsored by the Whilte- more Catholic Daughters of America on Aug. 7 at the Whittemore gym, at 8 p.m. The following committee has been appointed by Marcella Fandel, grand, regent. In charge of the btyiorarna are Mrs William Degeti, chairman; Mrs Robert Simons,'co-chairman; Mrs Maurice Fickbohm and Mrs Clem Kollasch, entertainment; Mrs Elmer Elbert, publicity; Mrs James Besch and Mrs Henry Haag, mod- eis; Mrs Thomas Lensing and Mrs Robert Walker, food; Mrs Lewis Duffy and Mrs Edward Capesius, decorations. 21 Teams Enter Demonstration Contests, Burt The Kossuth County Boys' Demonstration Contest will be held Monday, July 30 at the Burt Legon Hall, 'inc contest will start it 7 p.m. Club members will demonstrate he latest in new and approved arming practices and home fun, J1 u b members, parents and riends are invited to attend the contest. TO FARMERS A new source of cattle loans > and. other .assistance / to qualified farmers. [ You are invited to * .consult us on your needs.' GREATER IOWA LOAN CORPORATION I - . ( * w , I Vf • Co// or Wrlto District Ropresohfaf/v«> E. C. JOHNSON • ^ 822VS Cwrtnl Ave. Tel. EM 2-3351 ' ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Mrs I cm,,-,, inn , , . Kinship and grew to womanhood M s I,, nor,. II It, entertain,.,! her j on the farm now owned by cin.iMu till!) Mnni :iv 11... . _., .. .... ^ club Monday ,, -^ tilt Howard Sparks family .. .. ... ,. "" \ ln 18! ' 7 - she was united in mar- Mis Goldu- i.uilrrian usit.-.l hrr | nage to Milo A Brown Garner l^fl'F'.'tt \ I 'J II, t ,t : r. L' . „ I . . ,»tl . ' ««t>V.I, at Hampton Suniay. LONE ROCK at Burt Myra lived here until two years ago when ill health forced her to make her home at the I.(JO F Home. Mason City. Survivors include two sons, Leo and Kmory, both of the Garner vicinity Two sons and her husband and a brother preceded her in death Also surviving is one of Mr I , hl ' olhc ' f ' r lj ''hipman of Burt: •"' four grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Mr.s lirown was a life long member of the Methodist church. She was also n member of WSCS. She was also a iO-year member of (he Rebekah Lodge. Attending services were Mr ami Mrs (..'. H Chipman, Lawrence Chiprnan and Mrs Will Ringsdorf Burt, Mr and Mr, Richard Chipman, Bancroft and the Myron Wednesday evening • ; '"i Mis Alfred Schadendorf to help her celebrate her birthday were Mr ;in .| Mr, .Junior Hurl- burl and family. M,., r ,iek Mittap and family of Algona Mr and Mrs Huy l-.nnen uiid sun. Mr., K A Lee Susan and Mich«i-l left July itj on a trip west dur- '"« whiih they uill visit relatives in Wyomum and California, and 1111 ""' n-'Hini mp they will visit u\ ££ !",!"/''"" a " d ' amil> l chi l"»an.s, Arm* \ isiiiiK- Sumiay at the Tony Win (er.s home v.eie Mrs Winters' "K'lhcr. Mrs Theresa Farrow of rainnonl and her uncle, Mr and Mrs Hubert Govern and famih "I Ledyard The', helped David V\ inters celeb-ale hi.s .Oil, birthday Mr ami Mrs Don lilunchard ami .Susan let! Monday morning on a a week trip to Canada Mr and Mr 3 c'het Aline uf Ot toscn vic.iu.-ii Mr, Maude blan- chard Friday evening At Convention Linda Percual, 17. daughter Mi and Mi.s Clayton Pcrcival, Al gona. wa.s among BIXJ delegates attending the 1%-j national meeting ol the Future Home-makers of Am- i-nia held July 9-U at Salt Lak- fily, Utah. Linda will be a sen 'or at Algona high school this fall . A buby girl was burn to Mr and Ml., lilihdld Fu.. .juluidu.. moi 11 The world would be worked out «.f its troubles, in no time if all of us worked the way we think every- bod., (.U uu D hl Lu viuik. Poor Boys Love Hot Dogs by Thermo-Jac Poor Boy pullover... th« sviesljr look at a poor boy pricel In Beater colors of green, red. mocha, black or white. Small, m or large. Peilect topper for Hot Dogs.. J J'S famouj tapets that lit like skin! sweater colois of green, ted, moch« or biatk. iiue Jumor wes 5 thru }5, Both pf soft sweatshirt .completely WdiluMa. S3.9U each GRAHAMS ALGONA, IOWA WHY MAKE DO with a Refrigerator as Out-of-Date as the^'Old Ice Wagon"? !lii-sJLJUr£LO •. -.i M. fii. 1 /. i x-i #t£i -' . u^»J Get a New Electric REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER - .,-. Wh*t'« th« dlf ferenc.? Different as nFght and day! took at tha old. fashioned reffigerator-almost no free« r space-barely enough room for let cube tray, and a few packag.es of frozen food. Look how frost ancj Ice formed-only a strong man could yank those no door Sp8? *~ n ' defrp5tln * b th " " 8W « lactrle M « 5 P a , cI ° l " ''••*«• compartment-the deep storage all the ?peclal compartments-the bright light and swing-out rSS? f° gte1 !, at ,! 00d5 *9nver,ient,;. AND AUTOMATA njoy this Fre«er,Refr!g,r a torg9nvanienc e , OMPANYES,

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