The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 7
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Dept. of History and Arofcto, Des Moines 19, Iowa SEPTEMBER 18,1962 Mi SEPTEMBER 18, 1962 Christmas In September At Sexton Home Sexton—It's been getting mighty cool in Sexton for this early in the year, but the Algona neighbor* of Sarah Nell Stebbins must have thought Christmas cnme a little early this year. Alice Jean Stebbins and her cousin completely Christmas-decorated, their garage even to an artificial tree borrowed from Mr Bomgaars. The surprise party was for the first get-together in eight years of Mrs Stebbins and her brother and two sisters. Mr and Mrs Andy Phillips, Mr and Mrs Garnet Pickard and Mr and Mrs Milton McBride. Mrs Max Stratton has been putting in eight hours working at the hospital, but beginning Tuesday she will be there 24 hours at a time. Sue enters St. Ann's hospital for major surgery as this week's guest from Sexton. Main street gossip: Will the United States mail win it's parking rights now that the state highway has put up no parking signs along the right-of-way through Sexton? Seems the local driver has had some disagreement about his right to park along the highway, but the latest word from the postal inspector seems to say the mail truck can park any place. Seems everything happened on Main street this week, or haven't you seen the left front fender on that new blue car? Her only statement for the press about the accident was, no comment, but we are all mighty thankful it wa? only a crumpled fender. One coincidence of the accident, the first person to help at the scene of the accident near Titonka was the insurance agent for both of the ladies involved. Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach spent Sunday afternoon in Minnesota with her cousin Anna Pirot to keep her company after some bad news. Her brother, Leo Spilles, died this week at his home in California. Mr Spilles at one time operated a hardware store in Algona. Have you ever wondered what you would do with your guests at a home sales party if the demonstrator couldn't come at the last minute? At a recent morning coffee party that Mrs Art Hix and Mrs Joe Penning co-hostessed, Mrs Hix showed the Christmas selection for the' kids when Mrs Fred Schoby was unable to come. The kids really enjoyed the air show Glenn Gabrielson put on here early one morning but the low flying act must have had something to do with corn dusting, too. Seven Cars Sold Seven new cars were registered at the county treasurer's office last week. New owners are D. J. Downs, Algona, and R. A. Johnson, Corwith, Chevrolet; R. J. Menke, Bancroft, Lottie or Oliver Koons, Lakota, and A. M. Robfeon, Swea City, Ford; F. E. Culbertson, Titonka, Buick; and D. E.'or Phyllis M. Olsen, Algona, Mercury. Whittemore By Art Heidenwlth Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Homeyer of Waverly and Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers and daughter, September Sue and son Steven of Albert Lea, were Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs John Erpeldinf were pleasantly surprised at a dinner and supper last week Sunday, Sept. 9,'at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Edward Tigges at Burt. All their children and their children and their families gathered in honor of their 38th wedding anniversary. Dinner and supper guests were Mr and Mrs Martin Frideres and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding and family of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding and family of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Gerald Erpelding and son of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Frank Brka and family of Forest City and the honored guests, Mr and Mrs John Erpelding. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and daughter Carol, Mr and Mrs Law rence Meyer and family, Mr anr 1 Mrs Edwin Greinert and famil£ o' here and Mr and Mrs Erwir Bruhn of Cylinder attended the annual Nissen reunion at thr Webster City park last week Sunday afternoon, Sept. 9. Mr and Mrs William Becker, of Northrupt, Minn, were Monday dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. John Loebach, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach, had the misfortune to breaking his leg last Tuesday while working at Albert Lea, Minn, for a construction co. Mr and Mrs Pat Mergen and son Mike of New Bern, N. C. arrived Wednesday evening for a 30 day leave. Pat is stationed Cherry Point, N. C. Telephone BIdg. Addition Planned Here Burt News Mr and Mrs Ervin Ulses took their son Gene to Collegeville, Minn. Sunday, where he will begin his first year at St. John's University. Gene attended St. John's at Bancroft and was graduated in June from Trinity College, Sioux City, after four years of study there. Gene is studying for the priesthood. Enroute, the Ulses visited relatives and friends at St. Cloud and Cold Springs, Minn. Mr and Mrs Will Gifford, Lone Rock, have purchased the late Cora Stow property and will take possession after corn harvest. Cheryl Lovstaii a n d Dennis Miester left this week to begin their freshman year at Mankato State College. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller spent (he weekend at Harpers Ferry, where they attended open house at the Mississippi River Terminal This is a large storage elevator purchase during (he past year by the Iowa Grain Dealers •f\' NATIONALLV ORGANIZED Youngsters! Parents! Don't miss the GRAND OPENING of our TOYLAND located in the building with the Red front - next to Honsbruch Drug. Come see the largest, exclusive toyland in this area. There will be a FREE GIFT for every youngster accompanied by an adult. Nothing to buy . . . just come in and look over our complete selection of toys, for tots to teens. Be sure to register for the FREE BIKE too! Hundreds and Hundreds of toys for you. NOT ONE.. BUT TWO! TRUCKLOADS OF TOYS!! Grand Opening - THURS., FRI. & SAT. GAM18 .Minna's modern Northwestern RH1 Telephone Co. offiee will take on a new look when a 34 x 65 foot addition is completed at the rear of the present building. In (he above drawing, the present building is shown at the left of the dash line and the new portion at the right of the line. According to John Claude, office manager here, the addition will house added equipment necessary for direct dialing long distance service, which is expected to be ready here late in I!)fi3. Higley Const. Co., Kmmetsburg. is general contractor for the addition, which will be one- story like the present building. An Algona firm, Laing Plumbing and Heating, will complete the mechanical work. Total cost of the project is expected to be $200,000 for the switch to direct dialing service. (UDM Engraving) 7 From County To Workshop Seven Farm Bureau Women's Leaders are scheduled to attend a District Women's Workshop, Sept. 21, at Mason City. Attending from Kossuth County will be Mrs Walter Campney. Plum Creek Twp., County Chairman; Mrs Burdette Hoeppner, Ledyard Twp., County Vice Chairman; Mrs Wesley Mains, Seneca Twp., County Publicity Chairman; Mrs Randall Clark, 'Plum Creek Twp., ABC's of Farm Bureau Special Chairman; Mrs Charles Hertzke, World Living Special Chairman, Lincoln Twp.; Mrs Henry Steenhard, Ledyard Twp.. Healthful Living Chairman; and Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom, Union Twp Music and Recreation Special Chairman. The Kossuth ladies will be part of approximately 1100 Farm Bureau Women leaders from Iowa who will participate. RINGSTED By Mrs. Marie Hansen Mr and Mrs Richard Hinckley and family were honored at a farewell party at the Lyle Lindell home Wednesday evening. The Hinckleys left Saturday for Vermillion, S. D., where they will live while Mr Hinckley attends college. Rev. Gordon Miller and James Johnson, delegate from St. John's Lutheran church here, will attend the Constituting Convention of the Iowa Synod of Lutheran church at Des Moines Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs V K. Holm visited Sunday at the home of their dau- ghter, Mrs Mae Ella Dolan at Bancroft to help their grandson, John Vernon observe his birthday. Mrs Marie Ilansen and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Francis Guerdet home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Leonard Lund and Mr and Mrs Arnold Lund visited Tuesday at St. Paul, Minn. Dennis Ilansen of Oelwein and Keith Widclel of Cedar Falls spent the weekend at the parental Wm. J. Hanson and Merwin Widdel homes. Joan Pedersen enrolled Tuesday at the Mankato, Minn. Commercial College. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Haryey Pedersen, took her to Mankato Monday. EveJyn Enters, daughter of Mr and Mrs Pete Enters, left Sunday for Marysville, Mo. where she will attend the State College. Mr and Mrs Robert Ostedgaard and family of Iowa City visited over the weekend at the parental Victor Ostedgaard home here and with her parents, Mr and Mrs F. S. Manor at Armstrong. Rev. and Mrs Holger Strands- kov of Jersey City, N. J. and the former's mother, Mrs Marie Strandskov of Des Moines, visited Monday afternoon at the Rev. Gordon Miller home. Mr and Mrs F.rvin Nielsen, Donna and Diane visited Sunday at the Ole Ravn home at Swea City to help Mrs Ravn celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Herbert Smith went to Webster City Saturday to visit at the home of their son, Jay C. Smith. The Smiths became parents of a son, Neal Lee, Aug. •27. Two 1962 graduates of the local high school, Janet Lund and Carolyn Jensen enrolled for the opening classes at the Emmetsburg Junior College. 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