The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1965 · Page 4
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Tuesday, June 29, 1965
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Snap-On Executives Local Guests Juiit 29, 1 963 Algono (lo.)Jlpp»f OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Local officers of the Weidenhoff Corp., including President Ken Peirce, hosted officers and directors of the parent Snap-On Tools Corp. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - and one of the highlights was a dinner .at the Johnson House shortly after the Snap-On delegation arrived from Kenosha, Wise. Tuesday evening. Mr. Peirce is shown in the photo above, second from the left, surrounded by the men from Snap-On. They are, front row, left to right, Joseph Johnson, co-founder and director of Snap- On, Egg Harbor, Wise., Mr. Peirce, V. M. Cain, president and director of Snap-On, Kenosha, and Rogers Palmer, senior vice president, director and in charge of Snap-On overseas marketing, Kenosha. Back row, left to right, all from Snap-On, William Seideman, co-founder and director, Milwaukee, W. C. Nemitz, director, Kenosha, R. L. Grover, executive vice president and director, Kenosha, and T. N. Glenn, director and vice president in charge of sales, Kenosha. One director, F. T. Hinrichs, Kenosha, arrived later, and Newton E. Tarble, who lives in California, was the only director of the company not here for the event. Most of the men's time while here was spent at the plant where a board meeting was held. (UDM Photo by Don smith) for a six-week vacation. Mr. Bjerge was born in Denmark, but has lived in this country 50 years. In Denmark he has six sisters, two half-sisters and two half-brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Messerschmitt of Ottumwa were Monday evening and Tuesday dinner guests at the Richard Kinseths. They also visited at the Raymond Loos and Dean Loos homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson^ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson attended the wedding of Samuel Thorsland of Bode and Madeline Sabin of Corwith at the Catholic church at Corwith Saturday morning. James Jacobson was best man. Mrs. Roy Telford observed a birthday Friday. Afternoon guests who came to help her celebrate were Mrs. L E. Movick, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Mike Coyle, and Mrs. Caroline Telford. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and family. Mrs. Earl Long returned home from Lutheran hospital Wed- nesday and has been staying at the Arnold Bratland home at Humboldt. She expected to return to her home here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampenbe- came grandparents for the tenth time when a 5 Ib., 11 oz. daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ltidwig of Rutland June 20. This makes a family of three girls and two boys for the Ludwigs. The four Ludwig children are staying with the Kampens. Mr* and Mrs. Walter Brockway and children of Sunnyvale, Calif, came Friday to visit the Lenhard Holdens. other Sunday night guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Henningsen of Rolfe, Oliver Christiansen, Mrs. Clara Solberg and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen. Mrs. Kampen showed slides. Mr. Holden is continuing to improve in health and had many callers during the week. Mr. Holden observed his seventy- ninth birthday Monday, June 21. Mount 0. Kinseth of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, entered Park hospital at Mason City Sunday. He had surgery Tuesday. Mrs. Donald Usher and Sara attended a wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. John Schad at the Country Club atEmmetsburg Saturday evening. Mrs. Schad is the daughter of Mrs. Harold Henrikson. Mr. and Mrs. Schad were married June 12 in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and family attended the Bell family reunion at Twin Lakes Sunday. tit i GRADE-A PASTEURIZED Homogenized MILK In Disposable Plastic Jug Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nickson and three children of Battle Creek, Mich, visited Naomi and James Strutters from Monday until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kee of Clarion and Mrs. Nora Coats of St. Petersburg, Fla. were Thursday night guests at the H.D. Benson home. Mrs. Coats remained to visit until Saturday. The Bensons took her to Clarion and went on to spend the weekend at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr/and Mrs. Dean Nilges at Sumner. Mrs. Anna-Purdy and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and family attended the Smith family reunion at Gotch Park Sunday. Thirty-one persons were present. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Ronald spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jeas Bjerge in Des Moines. Mr. Bjerge is a former creamery manager here. July 2, Mr. and Mrs, Bjerge will leave for Denmark Gallons A farmer, like any ^MM! lm.sines.s- man, ean protect his "business" for IUH family, tlmuiuh life in Hiirance. LOUIS R. RBILLY !9f.f*«« I If WMT »0»M IW YORK LIFE JNSURANCC COMPANY Uto IMUTMM • HMMk fMWMM • ' •'•' Group CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES THE WISE SHOPPER WILL LOOK FOR THIS NEWEST OF MILK PACKAGES AT HIS FAVORITE STORE. • No deposit — no return • Handle vent for easy pouring • No leakage — easy to carry CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES

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