The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
Page 19
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Former Eagle Twp. Farmer Mangles Hand 8w*» fe fciglfc *. friends here were sorry to leam that Floyd Ottman recently suffered a badly mangled hand Miich he caught in a baler while baling hay. He spent several days at Lutheran Hospital, Mankatd, Mirni. The Floyd Ottman family moved last March from fafm in Eagle to farm near Delavan, Minn. Miss Dasie Funderburk. Oakland, Calif, came Sunday to Visit at the home of her sistef, Mrs Ervin Linft, and other relatives. Mr anfl'Mrs Armond Schuler, Atlanta, spent weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Schuler, and friends in Sweu City. Calvin, son of Mr and Mrs Ellis Johgberg returned home Saturday after attending Boy Scout camp. Mr and Mrs Charles Hanson of Phillipsburg, Kansas visited last week at the home of their sister- in-law, Mrs Gladys Hanson; and nephew, Mrs Lawrence Hanson and his family, and Mr Hanson's mother, Mrs Ida Hanson at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Clyde Anderson and their three children of Boone spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs Eli Anderson;' and her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Roth, Armstrong. Visiting last week at the home of Mr and Mrs F. M. Koons were her two nephews, sons of Mr and Mrs Gerald Isenbura, Fairmont, Minn. Saturday night. Mr and Mrs F. M. Koons and son Michael and Mr and Mrs G. Isenburg and sons went to Estherville to help Mrs Francis Sievold celebrate her birthday. Mrs Martin Gable stayed several days last week at the Melvin Krumm home in Swea City, caring for their children while Mr and Mrs Krumm were in Chicago, 111. Mr and Mrs Merton Roalson entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Roalson and daughter, Terri Linn of Long Beach, Calif, who are visiting here. At Diesel Meeting Supt. T. J. Palmer and Chan Dailey of the Municipal Power Plant here were in attendance at a diesel power plant conference held at Iowa State College, Monday through Wednesday of last week . Portland Twp, fey MH. Vlc*m fifth Mr ifti Mi* Sfttifci-d r and Merle ItteftdM a faftiil.v picftic at FloVer Sunday. , Mf and Mrs Fred Jennlng? weffi Sii&day ev&iihg •visitors a't the Berhsrd and Charles Phelps home. , , •• i, Mr' and ,M#s Rptnoft Bisque of AmeS wete 04lf" the weekend guests at the C. L. Young home. Mrs Hester Thompson, Mr and Mrs Galen Dainter, Leon and Lynn have been visiting at the Edmttnd Larsen h6me. Mr arid Mrs Edmund Larseh and Beverly, Mrs Hester Thbmp- s6A, Mr and Mrs Galen Dainter ana'sons attended the wedding of Barbara Dittmer and Euclair Meyer Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Paul Pearson of Illinois, Mrs Mary Michaelsen and Mr and Mrs Louis Egel and family of Algotta were Sunday supper guests at the Herbert Nelion home. '^Experience Is what you get when you're looking for something else." Legion, Auxiliary At Livermore Elect Officers Livetmere — the American Legion held its regular meeting Tuesday evening. The new officers who were elected are: Post Commander, Phil McDonald; Vice Commander, Peter Malkmus; Post adjutant, Kenneth Underberg; Finance officer, Virgil Smith; chaplain, Fritz Andersen; and Sergeant at Arms, Gene Hahifan. Plans were made for their anflual Labor Day Celebration. The new officers of the American Legion Auxiliary were installed by Mrs Stanley Seger last Monday evening. They are: president, Mrs Keith Logue; vice president, Mrs Harold Gronbach; secretary, tylrs Mary Colwell; Treasurer, Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke; historian, Mrs Culvert Johnson; chaplain, Mrs Howard Barton, and sergeant at arms, Mrs Louis Garmon. The Presbyterian Women's Organization met at the church last Wednesday with Mrs Harold Dolder and Mrs Izola Hughes as hostesses. Mrs Fred Hintz and Mrs Herman Larson were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies Aid which WeA at fiie'tSiurcH Us* TKiirsd^ Mis' Don Collins presided afid tftfc mlSSipfla'ry lesson was glvei. by Mrs Glen Schulze. The Catholic Guild held Its regular meeting s at the church last Tuesday. During the business iMreting plans were discussed, for serving a chicken dinner. A special meeting of the officers and circle chairmen will be held July 23 to complete these plans. Five Hundred was played and prizes were won by Mrs Arnold Kellner, Mrs Francis Murphy, and Agnes Berte. Refreshment.* were served by Mrs Hehry Eeimet and her committee. The Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs Hartley Mackintosh last Wednesday. The devotions and lesson were given by Mrs Gene Benjamin. Guests were Mrs Bertha Hunt, Mrs Harold Hunt, Mrs Ernest Miller, Mrs Charles Raney and son, and Mrs Ardis Pflibsen. The Walther League met at the Lutheran Church last Thursday evening. During the business meeting plans were made for the Fall Rally which will be held in Livermore in October. The lesson was given by the Rev. Donald Heck. Refreshments were served by Ruth and Rachael Wickre. The Intermediate Youth Fellowship met at the home of Tom Colwell Thursday evening for a pot luck picnic supper. New Arrivals In Bancroft Homes Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Don Williams of Des Moincs are parents of a son born recently. Mrs Williams was Marjory Dudding before her marriage. Mrs Ada Dudding went to Des Moines and brought her daughter Patsy and grandson Jeffery Williams home with her. Patsy has been in Des Moines the past month. Mr and Mrs George Merron are the parents of a son born in St. Ann hospital. They, now have a farmily of three sons and four daughters. Mr and Mrs Joseph Wollner are the parents of a son born Friday at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Edward Blocker are parents of a son born recently at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. HOLE-IN-ONE John Papich, Albia, hit a long- distance bole-in-one at Albia recently, the ball traveling about 225 yards. Titonka Man Wed In Wise. THoflka *•*• Sunday evening July 1, Nancy Lou Thbntpson. daughter of the late Mr and Mr? Jerty Thompson, and David A Horiken.df Titonka, son of Mf'and Mrs AlVin Honken, were united in marriage at the*8ethany Lutheran church in lEsofea, Wis.. with Rev. O. M. Kleven officiating at, the double ring .ceremony Best man was Roliald Melson of Titonka, friend of the feroorn. and groomsmen Wefe Joe Fannello, L^Crosse, brother-in-law of the bride, and Gary Hbhke'h of Buffalo Center, cousin of the groom. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Gift table was in charge of Mrs Roger Carpenter ol Chicago, 111., and Mrs Harry Honken of Buffalo Center. The bride is a graduate of Westby high schol and attended LaCrosse Voc. School for a business course and has worked the past year at Lutheran Hospital in LaCrosse. The groom is a graduate of 1953 in Titonka and has been discharged from the army after serving three years of which some time was spertt in Korea. He is now employed by Schram Brothers of Clear Lake and will make their home at Clear Lake, Iowa. LUVERNE NEWS Mr and Mrs Lewis Petersen and son Gordon of Mason City visited her mother, Mrs Dora Ramus Saturday • afternoon and V/alter Tiede, son Dick, his sister, Mrs Joe Papps and son Billy of Detroit, Mich, came Friday to visit their father, Fred Tiede and other relatives. , Mr and Mrs Ralph Reynolds and sons of Elmtiurst, 111., were Saturday dinner guests in the home of her cousin, Mrs Wayne Sanford and family. They were all supper guests in the home of her aunt, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner. Other guests were her uncle Eric Gramenz, Mrs Clara Baumgartrier and cousins, Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene. evening. Greenwood Girls The July meeting of the Greenwood Girls was held at the home of Mary Jo and Eileen Vaske. Talks were given by Mary Jo Vaske, Gwen Baker, and Karen Wilhelmi and Eileen Vaske. ONLY 19 MORE DAYS TO THE 1957 KOSSUT 4 BIG DAYS and 4 BIG NIG AUGUST 13 -14 -15 -16 SEE THE SOCIETY HORSE SHOW . BIG CAR AUTO RACES FAIR VOGUES REVUE . LATE MODEL STOCK CAR RACES HONE TALENT AMATEUR SHOW JALOPPY RACES. SPECTACULAR NIGHT THRILL SHOW . CARNIVAL & RIDES . 4-H &F. F A, EXHIBITS - THE FINEST lit FARM IMPLEMENTS & EXHIBITS. A MILLON DOLLAR LIVESTOCK SHOW! SAVE THE DATES ^-KOSS^H CfUNTV FAIR IN , ALGONA ON AUGUST 13 -14 -15 & 16 Heat with G/\$ FOR LESS Next winter IS Furnaces U?A IJUlll BHW YOUR COAL OR OIL YwU Ywlll DUy HEATING EQUIPMENT If You Convert to GAS In July BUT THIS IS THE LAfT WEEK During July, we will BUY your present coal or oil heating equipment, making it extremely worth your While to arrange for conversion to Gas heating now. Your old equipment will be replaced by modern Gas heating equipment, completely up-to-date and your heating system will be ready to go with the first cold weather. Here at your Gas Company offices, we can give you full details, and also explain easy finance plans which are available to all Gas customers, In brief, July is the time to convert to Gas heat — that's for sure 1 IF DESIRED, NO PAYMENTS NEEDED UNTIL SEPTEMBER - PAYMENTS AS LOW AS MONTHLY ON YOUR GAS BILL ..:;• ' • ' • !' 'II CAU US NOW AND A RIPRBSENTATIVI Will. COME TO YfCfUfc HOMI AND GIVE YOU A tim SSTIMATf ! NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co. Phone CY 4.2434 "YOUR OA5 Phorte <t¥ 4-2464

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