The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1957
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Around Algona Leonard Meaner will go to Chicago by airplane next week find spend four days attending a sales meeting. • Mr and Mrs William Finn and family are vacationing at the Algona Outing Club cottage at Cass Lake, Minn, this week. Mr and Mr* Truman Simpson hnd as their week-t-nd guests. Mrs Simpson's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Bill Twon- bley nnd two sons of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs A. £. BHfgs had as their weekend guests, Mrs Bnggs' son-in-law and daaghter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Errnels and little son, Martin John. Homer Clark arrived hotne Friday evening for a three day visit with his wife and family. He is employed on a construction job at Iowa City. Mr* W. J. Sigsbw and Mrs George Stewart spent Friday and Saturday of .last week at Mankato. Minn, where they visited Mrs Pearl L&mpright. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey had as their guests on Tuesday, Mr and Mrs Russell Comp'an'd two daughters of Wintcrset. They also visited Mr and Mrs Harvey Stevens. Mrs Jerome Hardgrove and Chuck and Julio are spending several days this week at Toledo, Iowa with Mr Hardgrove who has boen working on a Pioneer Seed Co. project. The Presbyterian Women's Organization is haying a medical missions tea this afternoon (Thursday) at the church. Mrs Joseph Skow is in charge of the program. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson had As their dinner guests on Sunday, Mr and Mrs Nick Haw, Mr and Mrs Fred Baer ;snd Marlcne and Alvin and Mr and Mrs Charles Buesing and Bobby and Marilyn all of St .Clair, Minn. Mr and Mrs Robert Stephcnson and family were guests of honor at a farewell party at the home of Mr and Mrs Leon Martin on Sunday evening. They are moving to Ames where Mr Stephenson will teach in the public schools. Twenty-four Methodist young people of the Junior high age group are at Methodist Camp, Lake Okoboji this week. They are,, staying in two cottages and chajperones are Mrs Joe TschCt- ter, Mrs Glen Graham and Jeanette Sorcnson. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson attended a reunion of the former's family at Elmoro, Sunday. In the evening they had as supper guests, Mr Hobson's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Orrie Hobson of Fort Dodge and Dr. and Mrs Ray Hobson and daughter, Alice of Marcus. Mr and Mrs Bob Bolenus entertained at a family dinner Saturday evening. Guests were Mrs Truman Simpson and family, M/ B, E. Sanders, Clear Lake, Mrs H. J. Hawley, Naomi De Wilde and Mrs Maude Erickson of Clear Lake and Mrs L. A. Bolenus of Algona. Rev. and Mrs M. H. Brower and Mary Jo, Deanne and Stephen left the first part of the week for a month's vacation, They will visit Mrs Brower's father at Holland, Michigan, and then go to Toronto, CarTada. Rev. Brower will preach the last two Sundays in July at a Presbyterian church in Toronto and the minister there, the Rev. Kenneth McKenzie will preach in Algona.- The Mc- Kenzies are former Burt residents. Just Around The Corner ABNIE J. RICKLEFS Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sts. Let Me ... Yes, let me. Let me aid you in making plans that will provide income when you can't work. Accident 01 illness can stop your income while daily expenses continue. Pall me today. Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY Phyllis, daughter of Mf Mrs J. V. Hardgrove, was honoree at a party Saturday afternoon and evening for her fourteenth birth- dav. Guests Were Beverly Johnson. Barbara Bartlett, Janet Jergenson and Roberta Sehwende- man. They went swimming in the afternoon, had dinner in a cafe and returned to the Hardgrove home for birthday cake and games, Virginia Lee, infant daufhiet of Mr and Mrs Richard Cook. Was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's church. Godparents were Mrs Cook's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs R. B. Mathiasen of Council Bluffs. A family dinner followed at Van's Cafe with the five Mathia'sen children, the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves, Kenneth Hargreaves and the three other Cook children as additional guests. fc -__ i/y,.i. -. Mrs Leonard Meissner gave a birthday party Thursday for her son Billy who was nine. The hours were between eleven and two and Judy Meissner assisted her mother in serving lunch. Guests Were Doug and Greg Cook, Steve and Jack Waller, Bill Milder, Charles Geilenfekl, Bob Bestenlehner, Tom Barry, David LORUC and the honoree's brother, Lennie. Thurtday, July 18, 1957 Algona (la.) Up|»C &n Mftftf*4 Barbecue At LuVerne Honors Five Visitors LuVerne — A barbecue supper was hold at the Earlo Hanselman home Friday evening, in honor of Mrs Robert Swan and sons of Vermillion. So. Dak.; MIT, Joe Papps and Billy of TDctroit, Mich. Also attending were LeRoy Hanselmnn and Audrey, Lu- Vorne; Mrs Harly Christiansen, Estherville. Mrs Anna Hanselman, who was visiting her daughter in Estlvei'ville, rcturn.ed home for the occasion. Attend Baptism Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman, Miss Audrey and Mrs Anna Hanselman attended the baptismal services for Douglas Alan Anderson, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ronald Anderson, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Forest City, Sunday, July 14. Sponsors were Audrey HanWlman, Mr and Mrs John Williams, Seattle, Wash. Rev. J. -Paul Stevens went Monday to the Riverside Park, camp of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Cedar Falls, where he will be the director of the Junior Camp for a week. Mr and Mrs James Mallory in Des Moines Thursday. were accompanied home by her niece. Weekend guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Earle Hanselman and children were Mr and Mrs Harold Follstad and son Carl of Elmhurst, 111. Mr and Mrs Fritz Bily and children had as guests Sunday his mother, Mrs Joseph Bily, brother, Bob, his sister, Mr and Mrs O. M. Klimeish and family of Calmer, Iowa. Mrs Elmer Merkle and softs of St. Paul visited the past week at the Walter Hefti home at Britt and the Fred Merkle and Henry Marty homes, LuVerne. Elmer came for the weekend to take his family home after their visit, Mr and Mrs Earl "Whipple of Santa Rosa, California visited his daughter, Mrs Joseph Putzstuck, and Mr Putzstuck the past week. Mr and Mrs Clyde Dudley and Susie, Mr and Mrs Orville Hurl- burl and. children enjoyed an outing at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs Charles Hanselrnan, 'Sr., Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., son Dennis, Lu Verne; Mrs Raymond Johnson of Algona; Mr and Mrs Arthur Hanselman and Phyllis of Clear Lake visited Saturday to Monday in the Mr and Mrs William Cook home in Peoria, 111. They went to attend the wedding of their grandson and nephew Loren Cook. Mr and Mrs Howard Ulfers ol Minneapolis visited one day the past week ,with her mother. Mrs Kate Barton. Together they visited in the Howard Barton home in Livermore and Mrs Dwight Hardgroves in Fort Dodge. SFC. Lyle Penton arrived Fri- day from seven months gervicfe fft Hawaii. He will have 30 dafS here with Mrs Penton and chl!* dren, also his mother, Mrs Aft Rosenmeyer at St. Benedict KhA his brotlwrs and sisters.. Earl, Violet and Luella Swiger visited Sunday with their cousins, Mr and Mrs Howard Ketzeft* berg and daughter at Windom, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Hal-old Ajrndt and daughter at Comfty, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene accompanied them. Guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and children' Sunday were her parents, Mr and Mrs H. J. Langbehn of Marshall* town. The tenth birthday of Susie Blake was observed. Weekend guests in the Pay Harmon home was their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ben Seipker, Jr., and daughter of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs John C. ZimVner* man had as guests Sunday after* noon and evening her brother 1 , Mr and Mrs Walter Hefti of Britt. and Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly, • Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Ralph Greene find children of Bedford, Ohio arriv* cd Saturday to visit in the Earl Janssen home. Mrs Greene is a sister of Mrs Janssen. Hector Knary, nis nephew and niece, Curtis and Vicki of Moline, 111., visited Saturday to Wednesday in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Smmett Knary. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and giris of Cedar Falls were weekend guests in the parental, Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti home and Miss Jean Hefti home. CONSUMERS CONSUMERS at KY'S CHAMPLAIN Sup " Service For the owner of this Lucky License. But you don't need a lucky license to have your wheels perfectly balanced — Ky's skilled mechanics and new wheel balancing equipment will^jiandle that_job with ease. __ FRONT END*ALIGNMENT """""wHEEL BALANCING^** I The Bender Magnetic System II John Bean Visubaiance I ' COME IN TODAY Look For KY'S Lucky Licertse Next Week! 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