The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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MOOSE SAT., AUGUST 13 - 9 P.M. Algona Moose Hall - Public Invited Music By The ' Plus Kenny Fox and Diane SJebrifz In Pantomime Acts $1.00 PER COUPLE FISH & CHIPS SUPPER j ' ' * ,'/ FRIDAY, AUGUSt 12 Serving $ Id 7 ' " ' , * ' • TlekW*:' 50e Each Mts Wendell Feaster is a me. dlcal paftefirat St.'Ann Iios"£fial, htfvlng been admitted ort SrituY- day. Mr» Hornet Lindhd*it was re- lifted "Saturday frofti Qt\ Ann .hospital and is again at her home here. . ( Mr fed Mrs A. B. Sehertck and son, Sjandy are on a vacation in Norway and otner European countries. Rev. »fcfld! Mrs BJo^M earhe from Hollandt Jlfch.> where they are vacationing and spent Friday and Saturday here. Mrs Miltdti 6anl and Mrs Merle Pratt went to Swea City Monday to atteftd funeral services for 1 , Mrs" Peter Uahf, mother of the late Milton fiahl, who died suddenly Friday. A DATE TO WELCOME TO ALGONA TO KOSSUrl JCOUNTY'S T ' I f ' •) f i t}S We cordially invite you tb stop in and erjjoy thief finest food in Algeria! ' • STEAKS •CHOPS CHICkEN H 1 .. * COMPLETE DINNERS • SANDyyiCH^S ? • SNAidKSl { MENU EVERY DAY • . ! -; ,<i i • :; '• ' - • • :.•.(• -. •: !.'. > i We Serve Children's Portions ;•'' T'H'E' |§HNSON^HOOS'E v dri -^o^^M^^^^^f^isi^'"^^- ~ 3 (* *"••>' v " 1 ' J ~ ~* ! " "/flgofio/ Iowa T if i COME TO THE I960 KOSSUTH COUNTY .We'll be there, too ready to tell you all about the new Minneapolis • Moline Farm Equipment ! Come to the DEMONSTRATION Tractors - Combines - Pickers - Shelters - Ptcwi - Betters Uni-TrcKtor - Uni-Picker — Dryers — Grinders Buscher Brothers Impl. Ypur Ayfho*tewl MM - KeHy-Ryon - Papae - Ptew ld»e Dtaleis IftlS No. Motn St. AIGONA Gordon Odor, Wednesday "fro'trt ftfe speM MA 'Says tives. Mr and Mrs Ai Agana-.Jad as their weekend gu«3ts, Mrs Art Orundy center.,;>,"-,^ If/ patient at St. Ann nuspuai,\nuv- ing been admitted Tuesday for medical treatment, —o— , i Mr and Mrs Wei fiafJieii and family aYe planftfttg tb Spend next week at New Sharon f;with Mr Bartlett's father-Dr/ Gh >E, Bartlett. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweilet went to Des Moines Moriday to meet relatives who were arriving by plane from New Zealand fof a visit here. ' ' - 1 —o— Mrs Milton Dahl and grandson, Bob ' Pratt are going to Detroit, Mich, this week for a visft ,of several days with Mrs Dahl's brother. , ' Speaker on Sunday 1 , Aug. 14, at the Presbyterian chufch'-w'ill be Joseph Skow of Wesley. ! 'Mr and Mrs Glen Graham Will be the guest soloists. Mr and Mrs H. B. Waller and Steve and Jack spent several days last week at' Oak : Grove Point, Pequot Lakes, Minn., Ortonville and Bralnerd. Barbara Percival, Mary Covten. sen, Sally Bay and Barbara Wicks sen Sally Bay and Barbara Wicks returned home Saturday from a two week's session at Camp Foster, Lake Okbboji. ' ' Mr and Sirs Lyfer Alberts became parents. of their' first child when a ? pounds 12 ounce daughter, Debra Ann, was , borii to them, THin-icfay at St. Ann hospital. • •. ; "• '^^'\', - '; • • .';'"'' , .Mr j and . Mrs^, \V., M. , Geering jiave hact' trielr ' grandchildren, Billie Jean and the twins Jer- fold and. Jannelle Black as guests ivhile Itheii- patents,; Rev.UShd Mrs Everett Black of Spencer •Were on a trip to Kansas;" •• \ I { f •* « ' * A • * ' ' . * 3 Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley jare the parents ,c{f a .daughter porn Sunday ^| SfJAnn ghe weighed .|,| Sunces and hasp! 2. Mr and Mrs|j;. C. are paternal graridpan .; Max MHler^'Sr;,?IrvOig Millar and Bruce Miller of Tucson, Ariz.' Were at Rochester, Minn, several days last week called 'by the illness and death of their son and brother, Max Miller,; Jr.;of Djiv- t—o— , •-• :..'i • Mrs William Steele entertained ten girls Thursday evening in honor of the fourteenth birthday of her daughter, Sally. Supper was served at the Steele hopfie and the -group attended the movie. . j , Mr and Mrs Gene Cook and s"bn, Gary of Sedalia, Mo,, spent several days of last .week visiting friends here. Mr Cook is former manager, of the Penney store here and holds a similar position at Sedalia. Gary will enter Wesleyan College at Middleton, Conn, this fall. First Lutheran church WOE host to the Augustnna Luther League caravan tcctm in a four- day leadership school last week. The young people were from Canada and several states and conducted Bible study and workshops, a tour of Algona's industrial plants and a family night closing service on Saturday. —o— Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay had ns their cuests last week Joel Thayer, Deland. Fla., and Jerry Liebersbach, Glencale, Calif,, and Mr and Mrs W. M. Andersoi) "were hosts to Barbara Andersdii Kenora, Ontario, Canada and Marcia Johnson, Great Falls. Montana. The visitors were members of the youth caravart conducting services at First Lutheran church. Bancroft Boy Is Recovering From PoolAccidtnt Bancroft — Jimmy Merrort, three year old son of Mr and Mrs Ge6 Merrpn, had thre£_ clumpH put in his chin after he cut It while playing at thu swimming pool. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss spent Friday evening with Mrs pen Dorr, St. Benedict, 0 patient of St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs Clem Elsbcckcr entertainf- H 20 ladies at a coffee party Thursday evening at her home. A large group of relatives and friends attended funeral services at Armstrong Saturday afternoon for Geo FdthergiU, husband cif (he former June Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Johnson. Patty Dolan in at i't. Dodge MeredifffBlrjJna: nfesday /) ed with her fiiid'spen* a feSM fifl' with relatives,and.friends here and at Kossuth 4 w -H'ers Teri -Kossuth^ 4-H'efs ftrak pafl In thl,'disMcf/iII 'BteM dairf show jtfhfdT jMglhg'/e^est. High * Id6rinff"tefiftr rHIsfflbi were Johih^ RUger,' Fenton a'nd Duane Me^er, Whittemore with 224 points eachr Terry • Johnson, Swea Cltyj.Richard Fritz t Tltoilka and RorAfe . Lt«de,' ..Swda), fiity*, scored 214; 213 ferifff 2K6 4 s ^ ci tivefe/ fiut of a i>o%Sfbte t s'cwe of 250. Other" t»am members ,w%re Gary fiahwatt, 'bttoslnj Art' tog- ler, WhfttefflSre'! Kenneth Bfer- stedt, Whittemore; Dennis F/itZ, Titoftfta and Kenneth Schmftk- ing, .Swea Guy. x Wed 50 Years The children of Mr, and Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Algona, are holding an open house: in honor of the Whitehall's golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 14, at the Harold Angus farm home, 1% miles north of Algona. INTERIOR Arid EXtlRiok QUALITY MATERIALS i ,,. 5. Phone 3691 •'.' SKILLED WORKMEN • ' Bancroft < 1 Joe Bradley •; • , i X", >' ^^ Cordially Invites You To Visit The Company's MACHINERY FEATURl OLIVER MASSEY-FERGUSON STAN-HOIST MEYER ELEVATOR GEHL CMC TRUCKS FIRESTONE TIRES PEERLESS ROLLER MILLS BUTLER CORN CRIBS & BINS FREE ICE WATER Stop At Bradley Bros, Guest Tent Arid Help Yourself To All The Ice Water You WcTntl pWtl flOlSTRATION Be sure to register with us for prizes, And ypn're welcome tp rest in pur SK YOU AI THE 1 KOSSUIH CftllHIY ^^p .^^^^ ^^w . ^^^^. ^H^n ^^r^^,..',^^^^. > ;: ipHi'imp •. m . 116

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