The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 8
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fl-Algant> (la.) Upp»f t>et Motne* TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 AROUND ALGONA Hov. and Mrs Gilbert Kuyppr ami Helen and Rcna nf SI Paul spent Saturday here visiting friends. Rev. Kuyper was formerly pastor of the Presbyloruii) church here. The son, John David, who remained at St. Paul, was recently awarded a four-year tuition and room scholarship to the I ni- versity of Minnesota, given by n Twin Cily philanthropist to golf caddies. —o— Sally Stcrle. (laii^litor of Mr and Mrs Bill Steele. was honnree at a party Thursday night in observance of her sixteenth birthday. The girls attended the m<r ic> at the drive-in and then went to the Steele home for a slumber party. —o— Pur, daughter of Mr and Mis Frank Moulton, and I,inn, daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Mitch Tay lor, were hostess lo a group of eighth and ninth graders al a party Monday evening at the Call park shelter house. —o—> j Mr and Mrs Oliver Carlson have named their new son Steven Lee He was born July :m. In last week's Around Algona. the Carlsons were mistakenly given an extra son. They now have a family of four boys and a girl. ti/cd Sunday at SI. Cecelia's Catholic church. —o— Tlir Presenlalion sMprs linvr left for their annual Helreat ;,i DubiK|iie. during which Kiev will receive their appointments for th" new school year. Those returning to Algona will arrive back Au» 13. Mr and .Mrs Walter Kl.-imt) have as guests Mrs Ann Vina;>s an.-t ••'in Lloyd. DCS Moines They :,i.- also visiting friends al Hurl v'lu re (hey forrnerlj lived. —o— Kiglil Spt-cs card club met \\-ii- nesrlay evening \\i'h Mrs Mi'hie I.ane. Prizes were received h\ Mrs John Diiltnn. Mi- s Beet m r Lane and Mrs W J. Sigs-bce. —o— Tin' Heidcnuilh family rpiinion was held Sunday at the KnighK of Columbus hall. Henry Kucrk u,i, this year's chairman. Ex-Wesleyan Is Now Training In Air Force Charles J,. Heinen, 20, son of Mr and Airs Charles F. Heinen of Benedict, formerly of Wesley, las enlisted in the Air Force. He is a recent graduate of Garrigan high school in Algona and is al Lackland Air Force base. San An- lonm. Tev, taking Ins basic train- i'ip He altende;! Creighton L'ni- •''r..i!y at Omah/i. \eb one year. [liter Kngaijed and Mrs (irorgo Miller of Al- announce the engagement I ;.pproathing marriage of their iiKNIer, Sharon Jane, to Xene Rc:>i'!g. son of Mr and rc'A lieNing r.f We.;|r>v da h ">' "I SI. J).-oph's church here. Both are a; Urrlonhoffs. Algo'ia Mrs And- Th? \ved- f Sop'prn- Catholic employed Guest speaker at the Presliylr ian church Sunday will be Rev Gordon Hermanson. soon to b vice president for development a Buena Vista College, Storm Lake —o— Mr and Mrs Pat Montag. Mark Mary Beth and Shelly, and Mr anc Mrs Dean R. Loss, Larry anc Marcia vacationed at Vacation Village on West Okoboji Lake Jens SOIVIISPII was dismissed Saturday from St. Ann hospital where he had surgery. He is doing very well, but was quite ill for a time. Mr and .Mrs Tliomas Cogdall ar; parents of a seven pound, JO ounce son, David Charles, born July .TJ at St. Ann hospital. Mr Cogdall is driver's examiner here and they have two other sons, Tommy and Michael. Mr and Airs George Weig arc parents of a seven poundT six ounce son born Aug. 3 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Frank Moulton, Mrs Ted Chrischilles, Mrs Jon Nelson and Mrs Charles Hinken will be hostesses at a bridal shower for Marijane Williams Thursday evening at the Johnson House. Miss Will- jams will be married to Ben Herbst Sept. 1 in the Methodist church here. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Norton ami Lynn and Leslie are \acationiii" this week in Colorado. Mrs A. I). Lehman and daughter, Mrs Don West, former Al- gonans now of Des Moines. spent the weekend here with friends —o— Craig Alan, infant son of .Mr an-l Mrs Thomas Buscher, was bap Dick Palmer. Hob Pratt. Tun 1 Waller. Gary Kelley and Hill \Ve' xol are leaving today ' TUPS<|,I\ for a trip to the Black Hills. Y-> lowstone and the Sealllo Wnrld.- Fair. They expect i,, he gunc about three weeks. — o — Mr and Mrs lion Diggins family are leaving Aug. 12 Germany where Mr Diggins teach. Ho has boon a and dramatic coach at N'nii Til Years .'-'islcr Boniadctl Josephine Stu.lor. T'Kli Jubilee in Onier of \uris in . the former celebrated her the Francisiar Milwaukee. VV'is July M. Her sjsier. Sister Mira. ftirme-rly Clara Sluder will celebrate |,(T fi'ith jubilee in 19G.1 They are daughters of the late .Nate Studrrs and Bisters of Km- ma. Ben and J. P. Sluder high school years. for the and for will l"acher Algona ' past coupl'r of — o — Mrs K. 1!. \\aller and Jack are on a trip to park, Colorado and Mr and Steve and Yellowstone Montana. —o— Pam Uallf-1- had as her week nd guest, Linda O'.Veil of Mi; hell. S. D. The girls were roommates at the Slate University o,' Jowa lasl year. —o— Mr and .Mrs Kd C'orlipft wer> given a farewell party Wednesday evening by the members of the Regular Baptist church. They ai; moving to Omaha where Mr" C'or- bett is entering Omaha Baptist Bible College as a ministerial student. Denny Waller had as weekend guests Jim Sheerer of Cedar Fall? and Dale Harris of Marshalltown Mrs Jprry Cowan was hostess at a bridal shower for Marijane Williams Thursday evening Guests were Mrs Hubert Williams Mrs Olive Herbst, Siri Norton Deanna Hamus, Pam Waller Cindy Hardy and Pat Cowan. File Entries Several Kossuth county farmers have filed entries in the livestock competition at the Iowa S'ate ,Fair They are. S-ely Bmlhl-rs'. -polled shorthorn. Btrl Priebe and pon, angus, Kug.-ne H.-nr\, .},,)-n gona. Sister Julius and Sister Carolyn of Mankato, Minn, are expected I Aug. 14 for a 7-day visit in the ' parental J. P. Sludc'r home. Jerry Haverly. <;on of Mr and •Mrs Hugh Haverly of Renwick. spent last neck with his grandmother, Mrs Clara Haverly. Mrs Mary Monson of Comfry. Minn, visited her sisters, Me'V dames Kd Hildman, Sophia Hildman and Teresa Foortsch and other relatives several days last I week. .Mr and Mrs Howard Hansen of Miller visited the Ray Hansen on Tuesday. -Mr and Mrs Theodore Franzen of West tnion visited her broth or, Wm. Martinek and wife' July Mr and Mrs Hubert Lickteig of Greeley. Kan. spent several days last week visiting his uncles. John and Lou Lickteig and their families and other relatives. Benny, 19 yn ar old son fjf Mp jvid Mrs Dennis Lickteig of St Benedict had hernia surgery at Mason City last week. Mr and Mrs Dennis Haverly and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ha'verly spent July 28 in Algona helping Mr and Mrs Paul Haverly move to their newly-built home. Lance Cpl. Marilyn Hughes of Lejuene. \ (.'., arrived in the parental Mrs W. Hughes home July 29 on 20 day's leave. Mrs Percy Carlsson was hostess to the fpper Flat Women's Society at her home Aug. 1. The Dr. Robert Jongewaard lamily left Wednesday on their vacation. They visited the Dr Paul \\arner family in Minneapolis. Joseph Hanig and Steve and Mike of Burlington Junction, Mo. -pent la-,1 week in the parental •Irs Luiu Hanig home. Other guests there were Mra nan , P granddaughter, Becky Manic, dm ghler of tho Vincent Hanigs, an Ronnie Hcpperly, son of the Lvl Hepperlys, both of Mason CJtV Mr and Mrs Lester Larson spcn July 29 in Clarion with his moth er, Mrs Peter Larson and his sis ter, Mrs Edna Lyng of Roc Kapicls, who was caring for th mother while another sister Mi- Carrie Anderson was hospitalize! m Clarion. She had been in' i ear accident near Gilmore Citv the previous week. Mr and Mrs Cliff Anfinson at ended the Silver wedding anniversary open house July 29 for their •otisins, the Rev. and Mrs Ray moncl Mathre at Kanawha. Mrs Wilhelmina Hughes an" Mrs Clarence Hartzell of Britt returned last week from several day's visit in Chicago with the former's 92 year old mother, Mrs Nellie McDougall, who is Critically ill in the home of a daughter Mr and Mrs Wm. Utsler and Billy of Temple, Texas, spcnl July 31 in the Cliff Anfinson home Father John Roskopf of Lamonf was a guest several days last week in the home of his cousins ! Mr and Mrs L. F. Wingert and' other relatives. His housekeeper Aenes Simper, came with him and visited her aunt, Mrs Josie Gou ; ge, and other relatives & friends ; Mr and Mrs Clair Wingert left : Saturday for Phoenix, Ariz, to visit I their son, Gary Wingert, wife and i three children. Ray Weiland bought the farm oil highway 18 several miles cast of Wesley from Mrs Wilhelmina Hughes and gets possession Mar 1. 1963. The farm is better known as the Wallace Donovan place now tenanted by John Hughes. Mr and Mrs Leo Reno and son Tommy of Chicago spent last week visiting Flaherty and Klein relatives and friends. She is tne former Thelma Kleinpeter. He is a brother of Mrs Paul Flaherty, Audra Haverly, daughter of Mrs Clara Haverly, who is employed in Algona, and Helen Smith, daughter of Mrs Bridgett Smith of Algona, formerly of Wesley, left July 29 for a two week vacation trip to Minnesota and Wisconsin, Paul Flaherty has purchased"ffie Alf Studer estate house and will get possession Sept. 1. Mr and Mrs Paul Engen, Carrie and Nadine left Sunday for two week's vacation in northern Minnesota. r.rr and Mrs Harold Hansen, Mil- cheli and Audra of Putman Valley, New York, came Thursday to visit hi? sister, Mrs Paul Engen and family. They went to Des Moines Saturday to visit his grandmother Mrs. Johanna Hansen, a resident at the Benedict Home and help her celebrate a birthday. The Mesdames Frank Bleicb' Will Hauptly, LeRoy and Larry Gnmdgenett attended a pre-nuptial shower in St. Benedict July 31 for Judith Froehlich, daughter Midget Races Aug. 17 Chuck Snyder of Robbinsdale, Minn, will pilot ear no. -I «l.ru thr nlclge sprint cars move onto the new quarte?-mile track at o f' r grounds Friday night, Aug. 17. Time trials are slatwl to t "hi ,,', « A total of 39 cars are entered in the midget rncos here, and the mall, high-powered autos promise plentv of speed and thrills for «• '°0f-the ao'lfvZ W h *$* ^ for " m ^ on £ (rack hen^ _ Of the 39 drivers who will appear at the Fair, 12 will be the to-' lomt winners during the 1962 season. ' AT THE HUB mitonmer a^ . __.. .._, _. a . . A Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlich ic will be married Aug. 22 to ames Rosenmeyer, son of Mr anc ivfrs Al Rosenmeyer of Convith. IMCA Action At M-City Fair Top stars of the late model stock car division and the speedway car division of the International Motor Contest Association are slated to see action at the North Iowa Fair Mason City. The late model stocks are scheduled in a double bill Sunday afternoon and night, Aug. 12, "will- sprint type races billed in the day time and a 100-lap marathon undr the lights. The speedway-tyr powerhouses will race Thursda night, August 16. Mr and Mrs Don Hawver anr' Monte, Aredale, were Thursday evening guests at the Al Hincklev lome. MEN'S WELCOME TO THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR A lasting educational program made successful through the continued efforts of each organization and especially their tireless leaders. We whole heartedly endorse this fair and look forward to seeing all its splendor next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF CARSON' For Color .... and Gifts 210 E ' Stote S »- CYpress 4-3737 GET 'EM AND HERE! AND COOL & COMFORTABLE - WASH N' WEAR $ 7.88 SIZES 29 To 46 VALUES To $10.95 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE VALUES TO $5.95 8 0 CO DO O $O U OO MEN'S Its the big saving season for '62 Mercury Meteors! Here's the chance you've been waiting for to buy a brand new Meteor and save hundreds of dollars! Don't miss out! Next month may be too late! Buy now and save! Best buys on used cars, too! Buy now and save! What's so different about the tomato? It's just about the only thing h the kitchen garden that still needs to be canned with the old-fashioned hot pack, cold pack drudgery. Most other fruits and vegetables can be put up by easy pack-simply washed and frozen. An electric freezer will keep summer freshness and flavor on your table the year 'round. An electric freezer means economy (stock up when things are m season) . . . convenience (less trips to the store) . . . variety (ice cream and other treats can be served anytime). See your Algona appliance dsaler soon. Put up the modern, electric freezer way. MEN & BOY'S 1 • TAYLOR 105 South Phillips Algona, Iowa IPIP^BHBWW!^ —' " i —•«—IHIIIB IIM-WM n in i IIHB kl KI4.WJ ALGONA Municipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" < i ! b off MEN & BOY'S b off BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS SIZES 6 To 18 1.78 VALUES To $2.98 LEUmOLDILLIAMS I m/ — **Jr "f * * Ai.QONA.IOW4

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