The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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CDMMUN/r y CLASS OP 1965 Phdfos By SAUL'S STUDIO Humboldt, Iowa M»KTIH tAuee risen n»i«>H enetnat. e»et. smera iiu rooatrr JHHC »ii oooo COWM oary eattu* or/art* OHHO few nt»e OUUUR now*/ Hmisim JOMN ZOHBQV MRS. BLESS, RUSK and her sister Mrs. Gunnar Thim of Ruthven were at Graettinger Saturday dismantling the home of their mother, Mrs. Thora Sorensen, 82, now a resident at the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville. MR. AND MRS. Paul Seely took the latter's mother, Mrs. Laura Hintz, to LuVerne, Minn., Saturday and remained till Monday. Mrs. Hintz is staying there for a visit of two weeks with her sisters, Mrs. Linda Rathjen and Mrs. E. L. Connel. MRS. MARTIN BLEICH, whose husband died suddenly a couple of months ago, is making her home here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Seller. The Bleichs had lived at Forest City. MRS. ROBERT SIGSBEE spent a day last week at West Bend with her mother, Mrs. Adolph Bruellman. The Sigsbee family spent Monday there. MRS. C. H. SIMPSON and her daughter, Roberta Miller, attended the graduation Monday at Britt of Richard Simpson, grandson of Mrs. C. H. Simpson. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Combs and sons Dennis and Phillip Wilson are expected from San Pablo, Calif, for a visit at the parental George Dettmans and with other relatives. Mrs. Combs is the former Grace Dettman. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell spent the weekend at Mason City with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Harr came from Des Moines to spend the Memorial weekend with the mothers, Mrs, Edna Harr and Mrs. J, P. Smith. MRS. DON SMITH, Sr., who broke her ankle some time ago, had the cast taken off two weeks ago and is getting along in normal manner, though still walking carefully and not bearing her full weight on the foot. Mrs, Charles Patterson is also recovering from a broken ankle. MR. AND MRS. Martin Becker went to LuVerne Tuesday to attend the graduation of their grand' daughter, Clara Schnakenberg, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Thees Schnakenberg. MR, AND MRS, Russell Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen went to LuVerne Tuesday to attend the graduation of their niece, Unda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Linda has been chosen Queen of the LuVerne band and will be in Mason City June 15 at the Band Festival, MRS. KATE STEPHENSONhad as callers Friday morning her brother-in-law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stephenson, Des Moines, who were enroute to Spirit Lake. Mrs. Kate Stephenson, her daughter, Mrs. Julie Baas, Mrs. Arnie Meyer and -•Julia and Mrs. Hattie Burlingame are going to Cedar Rapids to attend the graduation June 3 of Betty Jo Corey, granddaughter of Mrs. Stephenson and grandniece of Mrs. Burlingame. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Hagg of St. Paul, Minn, are parents of a son born recently. Ralph is a son of the Albert Haggs, well-known former Algonanswho moved to Monrovia, Calif, a few years ago and Ralph grew to manhood in Algona. MR. AND MRS. Don Prieskorn attended the graduation May 30 at Fort Dodge of their twin nephews, Frank and Joseph Young, from St. Edmond school. JUDY, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, is in this year's graduating class and coming for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lyon, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Parrott, Alta, and George Parrott, Aurelia. MR. AND MRS. Dale Heeren, Cindy and Susan, former Algonans now living at Sedalia, Mo., are here for a visit with friends and will also visit Mr. Heeren's mother at Hampton. MICHAEL SMITH is home from St, Mary college, Winona, Minn., and will spend the summer working with his father, Craig Smith. Mrs, Smith attended the memorial mass last week at Sheldon in St, Patrick Catholic church for Mrs, Margaret Hyland who died at Tipperary Island, Father J, J. Hyland of that parish is her son, MRS, HUGH Colwell returned Wednesday from Adel where she attended the graduation of her grandson, Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs, Harold Banwart, Robert's cousin, James, son of Mr, and Mrs. Willis Colwell, graduated Monday from Algona high school. MRS. W, J, PAYNE was taken to Cherokee by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. James Boyd, to attend the graduation of their son, William. Mrs. Boyd brought her home and remained for a brief visit. MRS. HARVE? REID drove to Iowa City Friday to bring home her son, David, a student at the University, They were ace- ompanied part way by classmates ol David on toe return trip Saturday, MR. AND MRS. Arthur Ristau are going to Des Moines June 6 to attend a star route convention. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson have been visited by Mrs. Mary Hobson, Clarion, and her niece and family of California. MERLE PRATT has been employed at Pella for some time and is being joined in a short time by his family. * MICHAEL SLEVIN, who is in service at Sacramento, Calif., had expected to reach home May 26 for a visit with his parents, Mr. and-.Mrs^John-.Slevin, . A- telephone message from him said ' his leave had been cancelled as he had broken his collarbone in a softball game. He was to have been sent abroad soon and will probably 'not get home before leaving. MRS. OLIVE HERBST is being visited a week by her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morris and family, Carrboro, N. C., who came Monday. After the visit here they will go to Boone to visit with Mr. Morris'family. Mrs. Morris is the former Adele Herbst. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg had Jess Dyer, Des Moines, as guest Sunday, May 23. MRS. MILTON DAHL was visited last Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zimmerman, Des ' Moines. MRS. CLAUDE RUARK and Edith were at Cedar Rapids recently and visited the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, Jr. Last week, Mr. Ruark had business nearby and Mrs. Ruark visited Mr. and Mrs. Sires, They were there during the tornado which hit Cedar Rapids and Marion. Humboldt REA Annual Meet Thursday, June 3, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Motne*-7 pan and wrench set. The present members of the Board of Directors are: President, Floyd Lane, Renwick; Vice President, Eugene Drager, Algona; Secretary, Orren S. Olson, Bode; Treasurer, A. A.Sch- ipull, LuVerne; Eugene Henry, Algona; Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Arthur Strachan, Humboldt; Lawrence Strachan, Humboldt and Donald Usher, Ottosen. The cooperative serves 1750 consumers and has 850 miles of line in Humboldt and Kossuth This is a very important meeting for members and they are urged to make a special effort to attend and learn more about their cooperative. There will be an attendance gift for all. Coffee, and donuts will be served following the meeting. NOW IN I'lO MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT icoqe Where Old-World Innkeepinj Hospitality is Revived Everything you ever 'imagined. Everything you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge — Large Decorator - Designed Luxury Rooms. King-Size Deds. Individually Room-Controlled Year-Around "as you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest. TV and Radio. Excellent Food, Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, 'Northwest's Finest Automatic Rowling (32 lanes), Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions and Theaters. Minutes to Downtown — Easily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. Whoever heard a woman keep a secret? "Helen, I've just finished painting 'this bedroom with new DA-TEX, and it looks wonderful." Yes, one woman tells another about new DA-TEX one-coat wall paint and soon the whole town knows. Women appreciate that new DA-TEX is Densi-tized. Its heavier hody means there is less drip and less spatter. New DA-TEX clings to your brush or roller. There are no brush marks, no laps, no telltale traces where you touch up later. There's no painty odor either. Dries in just 23 minutes. You've read about Densi- tized DA-TEX in LIFE magazine. Now try it on your own walls. Choose from'a wide selection of beautiful colors at Sailer's Davis* Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. Is June 8 The Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative will hold its 1965 Annual Meeting in the New Humboldt High School Gym it Humboldt, Iowa, on Tuesday, June 8, 1965, Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting will start promptly at 7;30 p.m. The business meeting will consist of reports by officers and manager of the cooperative, the election of three directors for three year terms. Walter Simonsen and the Bumann Sisters will provide the entertainment. This is well worth seeing and hearing. There will be some very nice prizes given away to members only. The member is required to be present to win. The Grand Prizes will be one Frigidaire electric clothes dryer, one West- ingbouse TV set and a General Electric 52 gallon glass lined water heater. Some of the other prises are: humidifier, bench graders, electric blanket, fry s .. even with heavy hail loss. Hail strikes suddenly, without warning. Make sure your crop income is safe this year by insuring with Farmers Mutual Hail. Be sure of better service, prompt, fair settlement of claims. Get fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost. Call or write your Farmers Mutual Hail egentsoon! BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 295*5443 6 No. DODGE ALGONA, IA, 2323 GRAND AYE, NOTICE! Change in Banking Hours In Cooperation With The Algona Merchants... The Iowa State Bank and The Security State Bank ALGONA, IOWA WILL BE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 7 to 9 p. m. IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR HOURS DAILY I Both Banks Will Be Closed All Day Saturday THIS CtfANGE OF HOURS WILL BE ON A TRIAL BASIS STARTING FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 4, 1965 THE SECURITY STATE BANK IOWA STATE BANK DES MOINES, I A. (38-EOW) SHEAKLEYS HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF QUALITY NAME-BRAND SPORTSWEAR IN OUR AREA. SHOP & COMPARE! -LADYARROW. yo«"u /ind quality h*rf . . reasonably P^ c «d Quality ii not wpmntw

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