The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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.) Upp»r Del M«in« Thursday, Sept. 5, 2 Brides-To-Be Are Honored At Swea-Eagle — Mrs Harvey C. Larson entertained in her home Thursday afternoon, honoring Ann Marie Egesdal. Lodyard. at a linen shower. Twenty-five attended nnd Mrs Larsen's co- hostesses were Mis Reuben Holcomb. Mrs Roger Holcomb and Mrs Harry Larson. The wedding of Anna Marie Egesdal nnd Robert Holcomb. Lakota. took place Friday night. Attending from here were Robert's grandparents Mr and Mrs P. A. Holcomb, Mr and Mrs Reuben Holcomb. Mr and Mrs Roger Holcomb of Plvmouth. Mr and Mrs Otto Larson. Mr nnd Mrs Cecil Thorescn. Mr and Mrs Orv- illc ThoiTson. Mr and Mrs Everette Thorson. Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and Carl Loofstrom. The newlyweds will make their home in Swca City, where lie will be employed. Diane Hovcy was honored at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday night at community rooms, Lone Rock. At a short program Mrs Vaughn Rising of Algona sang two numbers and a reading by Miss Black. The bride-to-be then opened her gifts. A number of ladies served lunch. Miss Hovey. daughter of Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey. Lone Rock, and Wayne Meyers wedding will be held Sept. 7, at Lutheran church, Algona. Returns To Hospital Janet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Preston, spent the week end at parental home. Janet has been in a Rochester, Minn. hospital the past throe weeks where she underwent surgery and treatment for infection of liver. She returned to hospital Monday for further treatment. Mrs Emil O'Green returned last Wednesday after a few days at Estherville hospital Where she underwent a check-up. Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson and son Terry visited Sunday at the home of their daughter Mrs Earl De Jeeww and daughter Delilah. Mr and Mrs Earl De Jeeww and daughter have been in Galva, 111. since June. He will return to Ames at early date. Mrs De Jeeww will teach in Ames and Earl will enter college. Mrs Mancil Hurlburt was hostess at her home Wednesday afternoon to her Methodist Ladies Circle. Mrs Hazel Nelson and son Lowell,, Lake Park, Minn., visited from Tuesday until Thursday at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson. Mrs Ellis Jongberg and daughter Donna left last Wednesday for a visit at her parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. Lane, Snyder, Texas. Lavon Jensen, student nurse at Mankato hospital, spent Friday night until Sunday at the parental Mr and Mrs Maynard Jen- Mr and Mrs William Gies and son spent last week vacationing in northern Minnesota. Mrs Thomas Brown of Moultrie, Ga. has returned home after several weeks stay at home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John W. Thompson. Mrs Nina Traub returned to Carlisle last week Thursday after a few week's visit at home of her sister Mrs Joe Preston. Mrs Ralph Walker Jr. and Reta Walker and Kay Fitzgerald left Sunday for' Des Moines to attend the state fair. The girls represent the Swea Sunbeam 4-H club. , Mr and Mrs John Hiesman and children of Verndale, Minn, were weekend visitors here. Mrs Marie Larson has returned to her home at Lakeville. Minn, after a stay at home of her son and his family Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson. Mr and Mrs George Pearson were weekend visitors at home of their son-in law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Devehs. Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson and son Jimmie and Mr and Mrs Francis Trent visited from Wednesday until Sunday with Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat at their cabin resort on Cross Lake, Minnesota. Francis Treats are parents and Mrs Larson daughter of! Floyd Treat. j Mr and Mrs Gordon Gilbson and daughter Debrah of Alamci- soia, Colo, are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Earl E. Anderson. Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner attended the Minnesota State Fair Friday until Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roger Holcomb were recent visitors at his parents, Mr and Mrs P. A. Holcomb. Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and daughter are visiting relatives in So. Dak. and will also go to Des Moines to attend the state fair. Britt Girl fir/We, Aug. 24, Of Jack Looft Of Seneca L. S. BOHANNON "Our power lawn mower threw * stone that struck the neighbor's boy in the mouth, knocking out his front teeth. We feel awful about this and want his medical and dental bills paid. Will our Comprehensive Personal Liability policy voluntarily pay the boy's expenses?" For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443, New Vehicle Sales Hold Own Recently A total of 70 new vehicles have been registered at the county treasurer's office during the past four weeks, according to latest figures. Purchasers of new cars and trucks arc: Ford — Everds Bros., pickup. Algona: K. R. Sa'rchet. Burl:- F. E. Kent, Algona: Kent Motor Co., Algona; G. W. Graham, Algona: Betty Sonnenberg, Titonka: R. M. Wilberg. Lone Rock: H. F. Wirtjcs, Lakota: LeRoy Schillz, Bancroft: G. L. Winkel, Algona; David Drccsman. LuVerne: H. L. Walsh, Sr.. Bancroft: G. R. Farrow, Lodyard; J. E. Kelley. Algona; F. E. Genrich, Lone Rock; Merrill Zwiefel, Wesley; Potter Dist. Co.. Algona: Kathleen Griffin, Algona: Madonna Hagedorn, Bancroft; Arthur Kadow, Burt; J. W. Dodds, Lone Rock; D. D. Grim, West Bend: R. D. Wescott. Swea City; R. D. Palmer. Algona: and L. A. Breese, Bancroft. International — George B. Long and Son, Lone Rock; and Donald Behnkendorf, Bancroft. Chevrolet — L. W. or Marjorie M. Engessc-i 1 , Armstrong; J. P. Elbert, Whittemorc: S. U. Behrends. Lone Rock; Hubert Govern, Ledyard; Joseph Miller, Wesley; J. A. Coady, Burt; R. M. Fortney. Bancroft; W. T. Mo Guire, Algona; Mrs Albert Hagg, Algona; J. M. Kramer, Bancroft; W. E. Goche, Bancroft; Dennis Wchrsparin, Whittemorc; John Murra, pickup, Buffalo Center; M. E. Intveld, Algona; L. J. Fair- janks. Jr., pickup; George Volentine, Burt; C. H. Downs, Titonka; D. L. Anderson, Swea City; Mrs Florence Manthei, Swea City: and W. H. -or Pearl Ricklefs, Ti- Ponliac — Ernie Williams, (2), Algona; A. P. Wagner, Algona: C. V. Engelbarts, Elmore; and F. C. Krall, Lakota. Dodge — W. J. Bauer, Wesley; Albert or Olga Adams, Algona' and William Runchey, Algona. Nash — W. M. or Cleone Anderson, Algona. Olds — Milton Farrow, Lakota; H. W. Henton, Algona; and Dau'i Garage, Algona. Sludebaker — Earl Grouty* Fenton. Cadillac — Ernie Williams, Algona; and E. R. or Cora Rising Algona. , ,• j n Mercury — R. C. Noland, Bun- 01 CMC — Cook's Welders Sup ply, Algona; and D. H. Berkland Fenton. .,, _ . Plymouth — L. J. Miller, Bode; J F. Baas, Whittemore; Arthui Krause, Algona; Rufus Thompson, Elmore; and L. J. or Josephine Gouge, Wesley. Swea Group In Swim Pool Study Swea City — In Wednesday'* special election on a $55,000 bond issue for a municipal swimmmj, pool, there were 341 votes cast of which 240 were in favor, 97 opposed, and four spoiled. I IK issue was approved by a 70 pei cent majority. The Pool Committee will proceed with plans am specifications; they have been visiting pools in other communities and making a study of costs size, etc. Members of the committee are A. R. Undo, E. L Hapsen, George K. Nelson, Harold Opsal, Gifford Smith, Lowell Roberts and William Boland. ANKLE Mrs D. C. Wright of Nurlhwood recently slipped and fell whiU working in her garden and broke three bones in her ankle. ^ UPM Classifieds Pay Dividends Seneca — Mary Patricia Horst- nan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Slmer Hortsman of Britt became he bride of Jack Looft, son of Vlr and Mrs Henry Looft of Fcn- on, Saturday, Aug. 24, at 2:30 I'clock at the St. Patrick's church t Britt. The double ring ceremony was icrformed by the Rev. Kane- Nuptial organ music was play- i d by Mrs Jim Devine of Cor- vith. She also accompanied the oloist, Mrs Ed Elwood of Britt. The bride was attended by a riend, Sally Pritchard of Britt, s bridesmaid, her sister-in-law Vlrs Paul Horstman as matron of lonor and her sister, Sara, as unior bridesmaid. The bridegroom's attendants vere his brother Dick of Indian- apolis, the bride's brother, Paul Horstman of Urilt and flic junior groomsman. Butch Donahue of Clare. Little Diane- Hampe. of Britt, a friend of the bride, was flower girl. Robert Horstman, brother of the bride and Bob Wilberg, cousin of the groom, were ushers. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors fur approximately 200 guests. Jackie Portsmun of Davenport, a friend of the bride registered the guests. Mrs Eley Lobig of Britt, presided at the punch bowl and Miss Mary Gahan of Independence and Mrs C. C. Horstman, Britl, both aunts of the bride, served as dining room hostesses. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppftdohl Frectutes WH*I Mrs Roy Telford returned humc Saturday from Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge where sh? had been a patient following a fall at the Telford farm home. She suffered a compound fracture of the left wrist. The accident happened Thursday evening. Attend Service* Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards attended funeral services for his mother. Mrs Jennie Richards, 96, at Fairbank on Sunday. The deceased suffered a stroke earlier in the week and died at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Bcntley at Fairbank where she made her home. Attending the Peter Enockson family reunion at the Rolfe Park Sunday were Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson, Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Wanda and Arlan, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Jim Jacob- Mrs Gerrit De Waard, Wesley, an aunt of the groom and Mrs Carl Donahue of Clare, aunt of the bride, poured at the refreshment table. Waiti-esses were Mrs James Duhl and Mrs Verlin Ball of Britt. The gifts were opened and displayed by Marlys Johannesen, Fairmont, and Kathryn Johannesen, Lone Rock, cousins of the groom, and Michele Hughcr of Britt, a friend of the bride. The wedding cake was cut and served by Virginia Rice of Burlington, and Carol Gahan of Clare, Iowa, both cousins of the bride. The bride, who has been teaching the. past three years, is a graduate of the Britt high school and of Mt. St. Clare college at Clinton, Iowa. The groom, a graduate of Seneca high school and Luther college, Decorah, spent 18 months with the armed forces in Germany and has been teaching at Crystal Lake the past two years. Following a short wedding trip to Wisconsin the newlyweds will be at home at Monticello, Iowa, where the groom has accepted a position as math teacher and assistant football and track coach. The entire wedding party and immediate families of the bride and groom were guests at a 7:30 wedding supper at the Johnson House at Algona that evening. The Gold Crown is UP.... ...and so is the POWER! it's here '-die Big Change! in 2 all-new Standard Gasolines Good Hope Chicken Supper Fried Chicken Buttered Corn fornatoet Apple Pi* FAMILY STYLE, Ma*hed Potatoes and Gravy Cabbage Salad Relish Plate Roll* Coffee Serving starts 5 o'clock TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1957 AdulU $1.25 Children 50; 3 Ml. W and 9 N of Algona It's another triumph from Standard Research— the Big Change in two new STANDARD Gasolines. NEW GOLD CROWN Super-Premium ... on entirely new grade of gasoline . . . created for today's high- compression cars! A few tankfuls of GOLD GROWM rejuvenate most, fouled spark-plugs, stop power- loss and fuel-waste. You'll thrill to the feel of all the smooth, knockfree power your car can deliver. NEW RED CROWN King-Size RegvUir . • . higher in octane than premium grades of a few years ago . , . gives king-size power and economy! Try the Big Change—you'll be glad you did! }£>« expect more from. and get it! STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phone CY 4-3372 State & Jones STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Cook & Son Standard Service son, Mr and Mrs Allan Wchis- pann and family and Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family, all of Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Melvin Eliingson have received word of the- birt! of a son to Mr and Mrs Leo Engebritson of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Nathan Mc-Guirc- nf Tuscola. 111. spent from Sunday until Friday visiting Iv.-r parents. Mr and Mrs Laurel Worstir. Mr and Mrs Bjarn* 'Oppedah! and family and Mrs Berth;: Oppedahl and Richard were Su'.iday visitors at the Knut Oppt-tlalil home. Thursday evening swst;: at thfe Knut Oppedahl home WITO Mr and Mrs Kenneth Unclothe^ of Bode. Mrs Caroline Telford and Lawrence Telford, LeRoy Worby aiui Beverly King attended {lie wo Aiding of Janna Lee Krus and S/Sgt. Donald Frye at (he First Methodist church in West Bend Sunday. Friday evening Mr and Mr-: Oliver Lee and Terry visile! at the Maurice Halsriicl Imnie at Bradgatc. Sunday the Olivet Lees and the Melvin Olsons <>; Bode enjoyed an outing at Silve: Lake. Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedah! and frfmily spent Sunday. Au.2. 18, at Frost, Minn., where they visited at the Ronald Willmert home. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy were Sunday evening Rue?ts at the Ed Nessen home at West Bend. TRAIN Lee Allen Felt. 10-year old ,,f Froehlich. lost a loot when he- ran across the railroad track, in front of a slow nun-inn fiei.nh! train. He was dragged some <lis tance before the train e.iukl be stopped. At the time of the accident, the boy was recovering from a broken arm. "You Gotta Pull All My Uppers?" f Our uppermost concern is to provide prompt and exact Prescription service for our customers. Here at Rusk Drug two graduate registered pharmacists are on duty to compound your doctor's prescription to his specific exactness. Your prescription will be filled while you wait, or you can call for it later at our check-out counter. •JEWELRY t* •'• PRESCRIPTION SERVICE «! Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Phone CY 4-4579 908 S, Phillips St, on Hwy. 169 MEET ONE OF YOUR Western Buyers Neighbors CALL CYpress 4-2411 OR CONTACT ONE OF YOUR 'FRIENDLY WESTERN BUYERS NEIGHBORS' IF YOUR HOGS ARE READY TO MARKET. KEN PARRISH, Algona The Western Buyers business operation covers a wide area in buying and selling, bui office management is important loo. Ken Parrish, shown here, is an accountant in the Algona stockyards office, and lives with his wife and five children, including twins 4 months old, at 403 So. Wooster. He was born and raised in Charles City, graduated from the University of Iowa, in the insurance business for four years ai Charles City, and served four years in the army air corps as an engineering officer. In 1948 he joined Western Buyers at the Charles City office, transferring to Algona in 1954. Mrs Parrish is the former Marcia Gaies of Charles City. Ken likes to fish, and is a do-it- yourself fan. He belongs to the Air Force Reserve unit here, Pay For Good Hogs! These "Friends & Neighbors" Represent Western Buyers In Your Community and Appreciate Doing Business With You. RAY KRANTZ Titonka MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft J. B. MERTZ West Bend HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder E. K. JOHNSON Fenton WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. WhitJemore PALE DUNDAS Burt GAYLE JOHNSON Swea City MURPHY LIVESTOCK Livermore - LuVerne - Corwiih LOU NITZ Lakola-Ledyard YERS SUPPLYING OVER 200 PACKERS & PROCESSORS

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