The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 11
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me and e , lt ' e11 llyd v i t v, oriunchcon day Mabel L.v.ngston, Phoenix Co o" v C ^"son, Denver Colo., Vivian Skogslrom, Esthe. ?™°" and mysolf. volma Hagg came la er but had guests at noon - her daughter Dorothy Tolsdor o t * Tony antl Mar y An » "sage. She came over with Vel- TU, so we had a chance to sec the newest addition to the famllj "lite Mary Ann, and of course some had ChMd- Se °?- any ° f the tots ' Ududu Livingston and Linda, N, nc y and Mouro st Mich, dropped in. All except Esther and I had been neighbors years ago. _ Claudia and her hus- "iiml F rancis were enroute to Em- rncisbiirg to attend the wedding of Claudia s sister, and of course it was a fine chance to see Francis's .unor L. L. Livingston and Mabel How our tongues wagged antl what fun it was. When I got back liomn aliotil five o clock 1 learned Elizabeth Kow> of Atlantic had tried to get in contact with me. We finally got together at seven antl had a wonderful visit. It was over eight years since I had been her. In the morning, she came back for a final goodbye antl with her were nu- daughter Beverly and husbanc Paul Myers and Bill, 17, Jim Paula and little Mary Jo, Omaha Neb. "Bets" as she is most commonly called, lives at Atlantic. A number of years ago she and her husband Carl lived here and he was American Express agent. At ,, that lime they had two sons, Don lives a Sioux City and it was there 'lie group was going from here. Bob lives in Omaha. Other children were added to the family after they moved to Atlantic — Duane who was drowned, Joe who is in service in Bermuda and Bev- verly. Bets will be well remembered especially by Lulu Hartshorn, Myra Ostrum, Lizzie Post and Bertha Spear. She made in quiries about each and asked to be remembered to them. her sister, Helen Dingley. The Nugents have been vacationing with Mr and Mrs Ed Boss at the Okobojis. * . » A note from Mrs Herbert Lindquist, Davenport, brings up memories of familiar sights, the parks. "Little Bit Of Heaven", and ferry to Rock Island. She and Sally, Susan and Polly and a guest David Bacon had done these sights and had three days in Chicago. * * * Mr and Mrs Lcroy Cranscr have- been visited .by their son Charles and family who have been living at El Paso. Capt. Charles has been transferred to Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash. His wife's father Hans Iverson, Crystal Lake, accompanied them and hopes to do sjbme salmon fishing. Mrs Iver- fon didn't go because she is expecting a sister from Sweden whom she has never seen. The sfstef was born many years ag after Mrs Iverson came to th States and family contacts had no been kept. It is possible Mrs Iver son and the guest will join M Iverson at Tacoma. ; V If: :]: After three sons, .lirn. Alien nm Bert, a daughter Deborah Am was born Aug. 8 to Mr and Mrs "Pete" Deal at Fort Dotlgc. • * * For the life of me I can't think of the person who gave me an item on a Mr and Mrs Snowdon. I dropped some notes in the waste basket and before I discovered it, the basket had been emptied in the incinerator. So please, who ever you are, tell me again. I remember I asked, "Any relation to Princess Margaret and her Lord "nowdon?" * * * Larry Bowman, wlm has been aboard ship in the Artie area the Jast six weeks, recently phoned i.is parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman, that he is back in the States at Boston, Mass., and will oon be transferred to the US." A R D 16 with short duty at Davis- vllle pet., and being n marrie man, Ls pleased that he can esta blish a home. * * * Cnrl Mortcnson had as eallri one afternoon recently his cousins Mrs Marie Kellgar, New York Mrs Alvcn Hopper, Fairmont Minn., and C. H. Geronsin, St Louis, Mo. * * * Ever in such a spot? Father, re port card in hand, to small son: "It's too bad they don't give a grade for courage. You'd get an A for bringing this home." ••* :<: ff Lot i( be a lesson to the young 'iichanted. Teen - age wife to friend, "Sometimes I Ihink I married loo young. I went right from lomework to housework." Fred Tirde's nintictli birthday vas celebrated Aug. 2H and Mr? Martha Frieden's Aug. 2(i. Her eightieth. . * I* ll! To date, Ciirl Moiirnson has 'oven 170 hot pads. He says he's bout to quit. I think it's high rne! 1 wish T could got intrrrsfpr! I :IIII|IIIR. Mahel Huizoll is doing ""if lovely sweaters for her dan :iii"r*-in-lmv. Looma. wife o ' IV ''I, .'iiKl C;ir$], wife of Floyd. Mr and Mrs C'liris Magiuisspii ;nkson. .Minn., parents of Ray I Cilbprl, had things timei 1 right. They mot at Minnea- i- .just three minutes apart after u, trips. Air Magntissen visited ^livcs at Denmark and Mix L'tms.smi went to (he World; F.ur. Mr and Airs Robert I.iiing en- :eri;iin"d fl ! a dinner Saturday .'M'liinfj for Mr and Mrs Robert Vl.-ind of Fort Dodge who are inning (o Texas. Guests were Irs Corrine Laing and daughters, Mr and Mrs Vc-rn Muller, Bill •aing and Mrs Melon Laing. Mrs '"land is the former Merri Ann aing. LKDr.ER SHEETS per DPS Moines Pub. Co. Ronn. Up- AI- Silver Jubilee For Missionary Sister, Aug. IS Tcclmy. III. — Sister DeChantal, S.Sp.S., (above 1 the former Engra- tia Gales, was one of the ten Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters celebrnl'- ing their silver jubilee of religious profession at the Convent of the Holy Spirit, Techny, 111. Aug. if, Before joining the Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters in I (KM,'she was a member of St. Joseph Parish Livermore. Sister De Chantal has her bachelor of music degree from the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. She has given private piano and organ instruction in Jackson and Greenville. Miss. At present she i.s music directress and organist at Holy Ghost Academy, Techny. Move Up Plowing Date OK, Land In Soil Program The Kossiilh County ASCS of. 'ice announced today that author zation has been granted by the owa State ASC Committee to per To look at nine month old Mary Jo you'd never guess she holds a record of major surgery. She is much to young to talk about her operations antl her alertness, sunny smile, sweet disposition, and already trying out her sturdy lit- tie legs, are in sharp contrast to the scars across her abdomen. Her record for surgery is that when she was half a day old she had her heart put on the side it belongs and her intestines put in the abdominal cavity rather than in the chv.st area. Then i.t ihree IIMMV.IIX j-l.i- had .surgery ag lin for adhesions. Ufc started OIK pretty complicated, b'lt she Ls ti rugged tot now. utterly, charming. • » • Almiil an hour after this pari> left, Ktina linglt-r Brough, Gardei Giovo, Calif., dropped in. Slit i-s a daughter of the lute Mrs Susii Engler, one-time Kossuth county recorder. A sister, Irma Dee died many y^ars ago. Tnc family camt hrro in.'i:i U'i.alemc;rc where Mr; Kngler had a cafe. 1 ute then years ago when a little ordieslr; I played in was there tu do a dance that evening. Mrs Engler and m> father knew each other when they were teenagers and rode horseback together. My grandfather had been visiting with friends in Chicago, came out with friends who went to Rochester, Minn., and while here was guest of Mr and Mrs J. F. Hofius. She is just as cute as ever — the years show a little, but she's bubbling over with pep and good spirits. I met her when we worked in the court house. "Backward, turn backward, Oh Time—" * » * Mary Muckey has been goinf, around witli a very sore finger She caught it in the car door — just how, she can't figure. But she does know it's darned sore! Other cullers whom I have enjoyed are Beulah Richardson and Alice Condon. They came Thursday evening. Both are ready to go back to school — Beulah, school nurse, Alice as art teacher. She had a fine vacation with her sister in Atlanta, Ga., and was also in Washington, D. C. She is going to loan me a book picturing the White House interior. She remarked that my chairs belonged there. They are antiques — black walnut, very pretty and I love them. • * * Jessie Turner, her daughter Huth and son Lee have been away from Algona quite a number of years, but will be well remembered 1 am sure. The late Lafe Turner, Jessie's husband was an interior decorator and he and his brother Floyd worked together years ago. Jessie and Ruth live at Sarasota and Lee, a contractor, lives at Longboat. He was married Aug. 10, to Myrna Marie Middleton. Jessie was a telephone operator many years. Ruth does secretarial work. BUJINEW PERJOWALITIE5 X' jAlgono (In.) Upper De» Molnes-3 mil producers (o plow their vegetative cover earlier this fall. This is due to (ho abnormal growing conditions which have existed generally in Iowa this crop year. The fall plowing date was, there- fiire. been advanced under Practice 2! (the green manure seeding practice) ;md I'rnctice 22 i idle land seeding practice) from September If). IDC,:; to August 27, 1>K>2. I'nder e\is(ing regulation, however, those who plow or have plowed this Innd br-fore August 27, IC(i2 upon which they were eligible for a seeding payment will still have their .seeding payment canceled. KKI MON The home of Mr ;m d Mrs Max• J ;jram of Kverly was the scene of •' 'iappy reunion recently when Mr Adrian's brother r.'arf and his v.-ile arrived from New Muster C.ermany They had not seen one another for fift\-eight years. AND c/ AND PATtlONIZf VIKING OIL CO GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL WE GIVE GOLD BOND Or KING KORN STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Depot BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS AND TYPES Phone -, CYpress 4-4266 • For Remodeling. Modernizing • For Farm & Home Building • For Ready-Mixed Concrete Ready-Mix Concrete '<> AND LUMBER CO. Home Owned Bank OWA STATE BANK, Algona, Iowa "Your Partner In Progress" FARMERS ELEVATOR Buyers & Sellers of All Grains • Got our bids on your grain before you sell. • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Dale Cole or Corwin C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. CY 4 . 274 , i Roto-Roofer Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging - Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County - ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect ' Building Contractor All Types Building - Farm and Town 722 South Hockart, Algona' Phono CY 4-2863 (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) ••»••••••••*-*< < A •<+•<*+•+•+ & _V™ ^M^n HP Your Banking Needs fjfa SAFE © CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community Iowa State Bank Located State & Dodge Streets ?•*•»•*•»•»•»••••*•**. MILLER LUMBER CO. Building Needs of all Kinds LOWER PRICE MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East State at C & NW Tracks - Algona ig communities is something our people can well be proud of ! n «..»r t pp s of the Iowa State Bank to realize that every "fort • 111 KOPIltntr ti'iMi rr nn *l ^ 1 i i . . '_ s, and ' A Few Steps Service! In Progress For Better So. Phillips St. Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred L. P. Gas BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO, of Algona Phone CY 4-2841 A | fl Two other callers to add to ray "old Home Week" were Zaida Dingley Nugent, Des Moines, and General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPECIALTY PART5 MANUFACTURED ALGONA MACHINE SHOP M. C- Oakland W- Stiiti 5t. Ed Hogg Moving • Storage 0 Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured - New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Types Crating - Phone CY 4-2275 i POST Transfer & Storage Algona Implement Co. \J iBL FARM EQUIPMENT • FARM SERVICE MOTOR TRUCKS HOME APPLIANCES Phone CY 4-3501 1407 Commercial St. ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Headquarters In Algona "The Quality Name In ; Farm Equipment" On Diagonal St. at NW Trackf - — — — •----•----------->••->•--•--• •--• --—• •--' •—-• -^ -^ •—r- -^ ^r^^^^^^^p ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE-THE FINEST IN PLUMBING AND HEATING EQUIPMENT \ i i ,-fc Kohler, Rheem & Crane Fixture! •K Rheem Hot Water Heal-K Lux-Aire and American Standard Furn- * Bruner Waiar || aces and Air Conditioning. aofener. • | * INSINKERATOR Garbage Disposal Unii s * e^Ro^r vice. PHONE CYpress 4-4240 IN ALGONA I

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