The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY . FRIDAY ALOONA Clean, Easy-Picking PIONEER Corn... ORDER YOURS FROM- YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley ._ ............ Algona Aaron Steussy ............... Algona Ted Hoover, Sr .............. Algona Henry Schroeder .......... Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch ............... Bode Walter Vaudt ........... Whittemore Everett Ackerson ............ Wesley Jack Dethmers -s Garner District Sales Mgr. v " Clothes Look Best... Cleaned and Pressed That means Professional Dry Gleaning CALL CY 4-3265 StaNu Burt High Class Of 1937 Held Recent Reunion Hurt — The Class of 1937 of Burt high school held a 25th anniversary reunion at Algona recently. Members of the class and sponsors attending included Rachel Becker Schnakenberg, LuVerne, Kaye Bolie, Kathryn Elvidge Stewart, Swea City, Stella Isenberger Anderson, Logan, Leona Nietzcl Henderson, Algona, Lyla Olson Mortenson, Madison, Wis., Faith Reed Eden, Swea City, Sophia Schipull, Algona, Barbara Hott Bahling, Titonka, and Raymond Lovstad, Burt. Telegrams and letters from Robert Gray, Calif., Darlene Brayton Peterson, Fenton, Calvin Bris- tovv, LuVerne, Doris Carter Flood, Kansas City, Martha Ruhnke Anderson, Jewell, Willard Schwietert, Ellensburg, Wash., and Richard Wieske, Apollo, Pa., were read. Another letter much enjoyed by members from C. Bowie, Supt. of the Burt school then, now living at Lake City. Present with the class members was Mrs Marvin Scott, Yankton, So. Dak., and her husband. Mrs Scott is the former Alice Eighme H. S. English teacher and principal. Return From Trip Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson and children arrived homo recently after a two week vacation that took them to Stickney, So. Dak., the Black Hills and Montana. Al Lural, Mont, they visited Mrs Hanson's brother and family. They were met here by another brother who accompanied the Hansons to the home of their parents, the John Gieszlers at Bismarck. N. D.. where the Hansens visited until Tuesday morning. Feted On Birthday Friends and relatives of Mrs Marie Dreyer showered her with cards, gifts and handkerchiefs on her birthday anniversary recently. Dropping in to personally wish her a happy birthday were Mr and Mrs Ed Ohm, Lone Rock, who were dinner guests, Mrs Nettie Lavrenz, Terry and Velma Cook, Ruby Hinckley, Rev. Wm. Scheer, Irma Doege, Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Wm. Boettcher, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Larry Dreyer and Vaney, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and Perry and Esther Hintz, Lone Rock. Mrs Dreyer returned home Friday after spending two months' at Iowa City hospital. For Fre? Pi?kgp & Relivery Algona Launderers and Dry Cleaners Phsnt Honor Birthday Eight friends and neighbors held an open house birthday party honoring Lottie Eisenbcrgor on her 80th birthday anniversary. About 80 relatives and friends dropped in to help make the clay a memorable one, including her daughter, Mrs Henry Anderson of Logan. Other out of town guests inciudid Mi> Ncls Godiredson, Mrs Ed Go. 'red son, Rose Sigsbec, Mrs B^-inie Wibben and two daughters, ,-lrr Anna Presthus, Mrs Anna Willivtt, Mrs Millie Klamp, Mrs Fred Ry- Ihtr and the August Petersons Hostesses were Dorothy Me Far- Ip.n.l, Lyclia Schwietert, Beula ',ait, Ella Sigsbee, Irma Doe-40, Mayme Schrader, C 1 a r a Van Steenberg and Jessie Rash. Guests for a week recently at the Mrs Nelle Drcmniel and Ray Dremmel homes were Mr and Mrs Floyd Dremmel and granddaughter, Peggy, Aurora, 111. Dale Lockwood, agent for the Equitable Life Assurance Society, has been granUt't the National Quality Award tor 19H2. 'I OAIATOES Henry Wegner of Armstrong goes in for numbers rather than size as a tomato grower He recently displayed a cluster of seven yellow, non-acid tomatoes, five of them fully developed on one stem of a plant. The cluster weighed 3'^ pounds. He cannot eat the regular red tomatoes. Engagement Of Connie Munger Is Announced Mr and Mrs Robert Munger of Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Connie Jean, to Neil Colwell, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Colwell of Algona. The wedding clrte is Oct. 13 in the Methodist church, Algona. Both are graduates of Algona high school. He is a graduate of the Northwest School of Medical Technology and is employed at Mercy hospital, Mason City. (UDM Engraving) Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Sunday guests at the Rnymonc Pichl home for the birthdays of Raymond, Ella Beck and Heyc Bosnia were Mr and Mrs Albert Rosma. Sr. and Heyo, and joining them for the afternoon were Mr and Mrs Alden VVilcox and Roger, Mr ad Mrs Kenneth Beck and family and Herman Bosma. Sunday dinner guests at the Russell Kauffman home were Mr and Mrs Larry Swenson and boys of Radcliffe, Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn and family of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Gale Kauffman and daughter of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Richard DeWall of Grand Meadow, Minn, and Mrs Minnie Kylen were Sunday visitors at the Ralph Walker home. Mr and Mrs Joe Conlln of Ruthven.. .and their son, Sid and his family of Webb were Sunday call^ ers at the home of the William L. Tobins. Sunday dinner guests at the Virgil Jensens were Mrs Beier and children, Mr and Mrs Lester Iles- seldahl and Mary Lynn and Arthur! and Albert Jacobson, all of Win-1 ncbago, Minn., and Otto Jensen, Esthcmlle. Mr and Mrs Eddie Koll.-.srh am! family were Sunday caller's at the Elmer Bailey noine. Mrs Richard Harrison < K.Ten Gurac/.kouski > has accepted a position at Georgetown, Ma.s.i., where she will teach junior high and high school home economics. The Emil Larsons have returned after two weeks visiting at I he home of Emil's aunt, Mr.-. Ida Larson at r.imrose, Alberta. Canada, and at Tioga, N. I), where Emil homesteaded as a young man. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston attended the Kenny family reunion at Ues Moines. !\.- •• Preston's sisicr, Nina Traub, retu.ncd to spend a lew weeks. Mrs linger Linde, Mrs l)a\id Earp, Mrs Duane Jensen, Mrs Ma> nan! Jensen, Mrs Pre.slon and .Mrs Traub attended the flower show at Lakola. Enjoying a picnic dinner " .in-lay at the Mavnard Jensen hori • were the Joe Prcstons, KenncJr Andcr son and Marvin Boever families of E.slhcrvillo, Duane Jensens, l)a\ui Eiirps, John Kellys, Armstrong, and Mrs Nina Ti'aub Recent guests at II._> Herb Pa pc.nluhs home vv(--e ! T brother. Mr and Mrs C'lau . COIMJS of Phoenix. Mr and Mrs Beryl Bromel) of Fairmont visited Sunday at the home of his sister, the Truman Johnsons. A family picnic at the Harold Carr home Sunday included Mr and Mrs Keith Poshusta, Mason City, Mr and Mrs Linus Vaske and children, Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Don Koons and family, Estherville, Miami Mrs Orville Budach, Blur Earth, Minn, and Gloria Lazano Fairmont. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Ollie Koons. Carol Engelby, daughter of the Cnrlyle Engelbys of Lodyard. \? spending a tow days visiting at (he Carlos Engolbys. Mrs Cora Mather, Mrs William Mather, Jr. and Mrs R. S. Mather were hostesses Saturday at the home of Mrs Cora Mather to a coffee party to honor Mrs Lynwood Brannon, Jr. of Houston. Tex., who is visiting her mother, Mrs Christine Swanson and other relatives. Guests were Mrs Brannan and children, Mesdames C h r i s t i ne Swanson, Elvin Swanson, Harold Swanson, Andrew Larson, Gunnard Larson and daughter, Otto Larson, Orville Thorson, Walter Goraczkowski and children, Harvey C. Larsen, Warren Bronos and children, LcRoy Sanflncr, St. Paul, Minn, and Mrs Kenneth Brones. Families of the Open Bible church enjoyed a Sunday School picnic at Fort Defiance State Park at Esthcrville last week. Rev. and Mrs Earl Blomberg. They and Rev. Carlssons were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Ivan Johnson home. The Blom- bergs werfi houseguests of Mrs Mary Flom and daughters. Mr and Mrs Carroll Miner of Belmond were Aug. 19 guests in the H. Hemmingsen home. Tom and John Wilson of Belmond spent Aug. 22 to 2i> with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs H. Ilemming- son. Julius and Alma Funnemark spent Aug. 19 in Fairmont, Minn with their cousins, Mr and Mrs Carroll Johnson. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease returned Aug. 19 from a vacation trip to Winnipeg, Canada, Cass Lake, Minneapolis and Bemiji, Minn. Mr Mild Mrs .Gary Hulchcns and Beth of San Francisco, Cal. spent Aug. 13-21 with his mint, Mrs liar- old Martinok and family. Mr Ilut- chens made his home with the Mnrtineks at or.c time. S'Sgt. and Mrs Gary Aitcheson and family of "t. Lewis, Wash spent Aug. 12-1:' I T the parental Tuesday, August 28, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper De* Moln«-5 Clarence Aitcheson home. He has received his reserve release and has returned to Marshalltown to resume teaching in junior college. Mr and Mrs Merrill Aitcheson and family of Cedar Rapids spent last week in the parental Clarence Ailcheson home. An Rh pound boy was born to Mr and Mrs Bill Laing at the Britt hospital Aug. 21. Ho has boon named James Robert and is the first child for the young couple, and the first grandchild (or Mrs Pauline Pfeffer. Donna Mae Bleich left Tuesday for Anita where she began her teaching career. She is teaching commercial subjects. Donna is daughter of the Frank Bleichs, Mrs Tberesa Foertsch entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, the fore part of last week for medical care. St. Joseph's Guild met Aug. 21. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain ft*» T.rk, N. T. (SpMliI) - For til* first time irlencA hat found > n«* hpnling substnnce with th« »»ton- lnhing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop Itching, »nd r«ll«T» pain — Without surgery, In <•««« after case, whfla cently relieving pain, actual reduction <shrlnknR(«) took plnc«. Hoai Mnuiot of all—r«uilU so tBoronjrh that soff«r«r« ma<» MtanlshlnR stttemenU Ilk* -Pila* have 4ea««d to b« a problem I* Tit i«eret Is * new htatinf rat- ttanc* (Bfe~DjTU«)—dlicoverj «f • world-tamons research InstltnU. This subnUne* Is now availabl* In mppam'tory or *tn(m«nl form under th« name Frtpantit* U+, At all Joyce Ostercamp Of Wesley Is Nurse Graduate THE GASOLINE IMPROVEMENT YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE... I — Mr and Mrs Tony Ostereamp and Herman, Mr and Mrs George Ostercamp and fam ily, (.ho Robert VVoilands and Dear Iliscncks went to Minneapolis Aug. 1!) to attend graduation of Joyce Ostercamp from Lutheran Deaconess hospital school of Nursing. The first three mentioned visited Mrs Ostercamp's sister, Mrs Hubert Crain and family of St. Louis Park. Joyce will continue to work in surgery at the Deaconess and will take state exams in September. Pre-Nuptial Shower Sharon Jane Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Miller of Al- pona, was honored at a pro-nuptial shower at the Andrew Reising farm home. She will become the bride of Zeno Reising Sept. 1 in St. Joseph's Catholic church here. Both are employed at Weidenhoffs, Algona. • •" Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons of St. Paul, Mrs Sophia Hildman and Beatrice, Mr and Mrs Charles Heinan and Angeline Foertsch attended the "uneral r,f an aunt, Mrs Clara Bald: ; at unwell Aug. 17. Mr and Airs Harold Martinek. Jerry and Kim accompanied his sister. Aline Martinek of Boone, to Fort Wor' 1 ., lex. Aug. '.2 to a 'end the winding of Mrs Martinet's niece, Diane Hutchins Aug. 25. Mrs Norino Studer was an Aufi 21 overnight guest in tho i_,arry Dalgctty home in Mason City. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Vincent RiclHsmeier, son of the A. N. Riclitsmeiers, and Mar ilyn Booth. Both are employed ir Minneapolis. Guest speakers in the Evangelical Free church Aug. 19 wore The Final Step to assure the Finest Gasolines ever sold! Today's cars need gasolines free of microscopic particles that used to be no problem. These contaminants clog the filter car makers put in fuel lines to protect precision carburetors. Filter clogging Cuts power and acceleration, can even slop your car.' —•jj •*• American Oil Research found a solution— •;;* the American FINAL/FILTER, the red filter you'll see on the pump nozzle only at Standard Oil Dealers. At no extra cost, AMERICAN® Brand Gasolines are Final Filtered as they go into your tank. I>d?oJcrf#r the American FINAL/FILTER—the gasoline improvement you can actually see! STANDARD ;™«S You expect more from Standard and you net it I 01962 STANDARD OIL DIVISION AMERICAN OIL COMPANY Get Standard Oil Products in Algona at ... STRAYER STANDARD SERVICE DIAL CYpress 4-3372 STATE & JONES HI-BOY AND PLANE SPRAYING $1.50 PER ACRE - CHEMICAL FURNISHED 6 Ib. BUTYL ESTER - 1 PINT PER ACRE. DEALERS FOR HAHN HI-BOY SPRAYERS. ONE NEW HI-BQY AVAILABLE BECAUSE OF ENO OF SEASON. WILD DISCOUNT I FRANK BAUER BANCROFT, IOWA Phone 5081 Or §121 (32-33-34*) ONLY PENNINGTON OFFERS BOTH Bin Top and Steep-Fitch Roof fhes« NEW features plus heavy #1 gauge steel bar math •idewalls make Pennington torn trios your bett buyl We Erect the Bins \ •, while you work! THERE'S NO NEED to leave your own work, hire part- time labor or ask neighbors to help you put up grain bins. We will send professional erection crews out to your place, put up bins in hours instead of days, do it as cheaply as you can do it yourself! And we'll supply you with genuine Eaton GOLD SEAL bins or drying bins •—America's biggest bin value) For more details to and talk with u$ today, Pennington Cribs also 41 available without Bin Top New Bin Top eliminates crop loss due to moisture rot when snow and ice accumulate at top of tab after the corn settles. New Bin Top protects against feeding and nesting ol birds that results in crop loss and down grading wbejj corn is unloaded. New Bin Top gives assurance of crop safety to loan officials fur uu-the-farm storage. ^ * New Steep Pitch Roof alloWi faster filling and eliminate* peed for band leveling duriu^ filling. New Steep-Pitch Roof makes rl easier to elevate corn to root opening; roof angle U perfect for efficient elevator operation, Solid Base Anchors fastened every S'. 24 Rafters in Roof with over** lapping sections for triply strength. Strongest crib roof uwdc! ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. E. E. "Bud" lfcb.ins.on Eciit Highway Algona CY 4-3374

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