The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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2-Afflono (IdO Upper Btt tf diitif ,: Tueidby, Au & , 9, li>60 Lively Rockefs At Lone Rock Select Winners Lone Hock •— The Lonb Rock Lively Rockets- 4-H 1 Club held their achievement show Augi 4. 'There were 18 members presant and all of the mothers. Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs Kalph Thompson were judges. Judy Harnmerstrom, club president an* JoArin McGjeish, cllib secretary, presented an article. Exhibits for the fair were chosen. Members selected for style review were: junior class, Patricia Binzen; intermediate class; Ileen Lynch; senior class/ Lavonne Thompson. Lunch: was Served: Birlhday Honors Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus held a birthday party in honor of Mrs Claude WhJCehill of Algona. Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Tony and'Mr and Mrs Charles Clement of Algona were present for the party. Thursday, ' Mrs, Clinton hath and Cindj • and Mrs- Robert- Htiifner of Bttf falo Center attended' a showe ' for Kalhy Reeves of Emmetsburg • K-athy was- married- Saturday- ti Larry? Pooler t ef EmmetsbUrg, Wt» and" B&S M. 0. Richard's and Ila Bllsborough attendee ' Methodist Camp- for the opening of the Bible Conference Sunday Mr ahd Mrs Gene - Brandbw and ,,the .Harvey,, Larsons celebrated. Rhonda Bfsndow.'s birtii- day Sttnday aiterrtotjtt. Mrs Ralph Thompson is serving as judge for the 4-H Clubs that will be going to the fair. She judged the Union Alethean Bancroft Blue Burt Bluebirds and this- 4-H Club, White and week. A/1C Alfred' Schadendorf is home for. a 21-day leave in tha home of his parents, Mr and Mr; Alfred Schadenaorf, Sr., Alfred 1 arrived home for his leave 'on Wednesday morning from Geiger Air: Force Base in Washington. Mr and Mrs Harris Wadsworth' and two grandchildren were Sunday afternoon callers in the Milford Mitchell, home. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell of Fenton were Sunday evening Mitchell home; callers in the , Mrs a W. Cady and" Beys' i<3lenrt, Gary, an3 Jimmy of Lonj Beach, Cai, visit'ed" from Tuesday until .Thursday in the Andfett Thompson* .Home. Mrs Jtoy Jensen, Mfs Mllfon Mitchell, and Mrs Willis Cottct and Matfaret Sohlbeman o , Esthervllle- spent a day, at the Cotton cottage at Lake Okoboji Mr and Mrs Charles Mbrrl spent last week in the Jack Johnson home jn GoWnet Mr and Mrs' Harlan BlaneHard and Jonathan spent last Sunday at Woodward visiting their daughter, Patty. Mrs Dennis Priebe, Kelly and Barry, ( Mrs .Darryl Householder and Daiyiy, Mrs Roger Long and Durwin, and Mrs Jim Marlow. Kathy and Scott were guests in the ' Art Priebe home Wednesday Honoring Mrs Tom Larsen and boys. Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny and Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker of Algona were Thursday evening callers in the Tames Harms home at Fort Dodge. . Mr and Mrs Donald' Blanchardi and family left Wednesday for Milwaukee, Wise, for a vacation; Rose Kraft and Mary Flaig at- ended the reception for the 8th listrict auxiliary president at Jode Thursday. Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary held their picnle Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Lawrence auer were Sunday picnic 1 . at the C. J. Stauder home,, croft. '' Ruth Krueger spent ,, at the Delmar Angus hdme fit Burt. ' i , Mr and Mrs Robert LaCtfmbe Jack and- Jimmy visited- recently in the Kenneth Jackson-Home. The LaCombes are from Mari» ehette. Wise. ' , Mrs Ida Lieb, Iteinert Lieb ana daughter of Algona were Sunday callers in the Ortwin Tifeta home. Mrs Lena Schmidt and Martin" and Mr and Mrs Jack W,oodwich and family of Buffalo Center were callers Sunday afternoon in the Tietz home. A lasting, educational program for the youth of our county. A program made successful through the continued efforts of each member and' especially their tireless leaders. We whole. heartedly. endorse this fair .and look forward to< seeing air its splendor next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday .and Friday. iratulations '^h& Good laie . ' CHECK OURJfUELiOIL PRICES t&K FALL DELIVER^ FARM AND HOME y ! ]'< VIKING OIL CO Mr^and Mrs E. B. Carlson ' ' ; I «J Algona, Iowa n ?.•<;.'..; Swea-Eagle Boy Home Following Hospitalizafion Swea Eagle — Donald McGregor 6, son of the Clifford McGre- lors, is home after spending. 18 days at St. Ann hospital, Algona, following an accident' when he received' a broken leg from a fall off a rack loaded with bales of 'hay. . While Donnie was a patient at the hospital, it was discovered he was suffering from rheumatic fever. Donnie will have to> re-, main in bed until Aug. 12, ,when he goes back to the hospital for a check-up. He will be wearing a cast on his leg for many months. Sunday guests at the McGre- gors were Donnie's grandmother, Mrs Louise Eden and his .-uncle and family, thfe tester Edens Brenda, Marlys and Rachel, all of Ti tonka: • Many other. • visitors have called on the McGregors since Donnie has returned: from the hospital. 40th Anniversary ', ' Mr and Mrs Herbert Patterson of Buffalo. Center were honored 1 at open house at the Methodist; Church there Aug. 7 Woman Died In Texas Aug.! Word has been; received ?here * W 1 UUCll ma ftd«ebofb'wa& , hostesses. '/ , '•• . tHe of the former death of residenfa a, well»khowh Mfs. Frdnfc (Esther) ttansoft, 59) who 1 died' Aug; 3 at- Fort Worthy Texa& funeral services ahd burial' were held, there Saturaay. Mrs. Hansdn. was born Esther, Blinkman April 5,. 1901 At Algona and was married to Frank 'Hartson in 1918. The Couple lived iere until.mewing-to-Foist Worth .3 years ago. Surviving are her'nUsband; her mother, Mrs'. Anna Madsen, Algona ; a daughter, Mrs, , Bill Runge, Fort Worth; a sister, Mrs. John (Lily) Foth, Algona; two irothers, Julius Blihkmann, Sha- <opee, Minn., and Chrjs Blinkman, Alexandria, Minn., and six. grandchildren. Two daughters preceeded her in- death. Mrs. Foth and a niece Mrs. Homer Clark, Algona, and' Julius Blinkman of Shakopee left Thursday to attend the funeral. Irvington Ideals !; ".,..' i ! The .frVingtoh Ideals 4»H?clUb hiet at Ifie home. of Betty,Wielt« wire , SfitLoisat achievement • war held* ist- Sfuder i. r jU«l« ~ e'i"' gave/' liven tiy'Efa. —, ongtratioits ,Wefe giv^h- by- Bout' rife BristBw, Vlckjr Si^met and' -Ahn Intern, All mfathej;s; were preSenfc. • • - '" : f"''?', __ •pub. MARK1!«9 o, f ; ehoft ., Alional, J1LSI T4«~3630) * ' ! LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer U. S. HOMES The New "Cape Code" - $8816 < 72 New Models From $3775 — , HUM6ftE09.6F 01!MfiftS f f,O'$20,000: '-\- ^ Delivered And Semi-Finished On Your Lof And Foundation. — • 30-day Delivery; * Build, Any Plan; r Finest Materials And Wdrkmanshipj • Save 0i».Td $dS00; «. Cash Discount, Wriie, Call or Come In Fdr FREE, COLOR CATALOG. 215 S. Ackley ELEAD WEGNER Phone CY 4-3700 Algona "AS A CAREER GAL«..l^know health and efficiency are on6.,Thevitantms and minerals in milk keep me lookmg and feeling great!" 40th wedding, anniversary. Host^ for the occasion were their chil-: dren. , , The Pattersons, (she was Marjorie O'Keefe) were married atf Lakota in 1920. Return From Trips Mrs Hazel Carpenter arrived home last week Monday from a two week vacation trip to Gary, Indiana, where ssie visited 1 at the home of her daughter Kathryn and family, the John Batchelors. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer returned Sunday from a two week vacation trip, spent in Colo>- rado visiting their daughter, Deanna, who is working tttere this summer. She' will be returning in several weeks to go back to Simpson College at Indianola. Hospital Report Paul Gelhaus, who has not 0efrostfkg;,.ft«lFeel Lifce ^ At the Joe Preston-home Sunday w;ere Mr apd Mrs Harry Higbee, Mr and. Mrs A. McGowan. and Mr- and , Mrs , Week,- all p» EsthervUle,, ,and evening guests been in the best of health recently, was taken to the Estherville Hospital on Thursday for treatment and wa^ brought home Saturday. George daughters Anderson and two of Chicago came on there ^verejhe $oger Linde fagi- m l! Modtl FD-13T-60' 2-DOOR VALUE I960 FRIGIDAIRE ONLY $ Q 5 12.6 DELUXE REFRIGERATOR* fREKER We can hardly believe it ourselv«s.,.but this familyvsize Detuxe 2-door proves it costs no- more to own the best when you buy Frigidoire. The Refriger» otor Sectfon has Cycla-motic defrosting. No defrosting to worry abour. And there's Flowing Cold to chill foods faster. .. keep them fresher. But that's onljf the beginning; • Jast feok ot these feafurw J Product of DOOR STORAGE SPACE IN BOTH DOORS! Tojydoor has a ipocial shelf for frozen food packages. Bottom door has, 3 big shelves . . .Jjfj-oui Egg server*, for 24 oggsl TWIN; SLIPErQUff MYDRATORS! Room/' enough for a week's supply of fre'sh fruits and vegetables. Both hqv» rust-rejislanl porcelain enamel-finish!. PLUS... • THREE BIG ALUMINUM'SH61VBS •> LONG-LIFE PORCfiLAIN EN'#Mtt INTERIOR • "SCULPTURED SHEEJ* IOOK" » NEW MAGNETIC DOORS $EAl AtR-TICHT ALt THE WAY AROUNQ! OtslGNED WITH YOU S N MlrMDI BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE :ft Rpy. Anderson -»t-[ tended the ' We'dding Saturday evening of Marion Anderson of Fairmont, daughter of the Leohard Andersons, and James Locke of Minneapolis,, at East Chain and Sunday night attended the wedding of Norma John-, son, daughter of the Vanner Johnsons, Fairmont, and Curtis? Brandland of Sioux Falls, at the same church. ' Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson"! spent several days v:s:tinfa- relatives at' Essex, Omaha, Neb., Odebolt and Ruthven. Mrs Ncls Jensen ur Tacoma, Wash.', recently visited with Mrs Walter Magnuscn, and the twc ladies in turn called on Mrr Magnusen's mother, Mrs Lorei Cutler, Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Wallace Anderson and daughter, Linnea, came las) week to visit his parents, the Carl Andersons, from East Gary Ind. Mr Elmer Alderdyce of Fayette was a weekend guest at Iht Ralph Walker home. Mr and Mrs Leonard Peterson Nancy, Melvin, Barbara anii harlene visited western states, sight-seeing at Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons ami the Black Hills. The baby, Mary Jo, was a- guest of the Howard Deckers' while-they were gone. Mr and Mrs Jacobs of. 1 Thompson visited with the Jay Brones' Sunday afternoon. Teresa and Matt Soever ol Estherville arc visiting with their, grandparents, the Joe Prestons Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson have received word thut the> became grandparents for the firsv time when Mr and Mrs James Anderson of Dallas, Tex., became the parents- of a son July. 2* The little lad weighed 7 Ibs. 9 oz., and has been named Kris- Erwin. Mr and Mrs Al Gumlet recently returned from a ; visit with 1 her mother; who -ive» npar Regina, Saskatchewan, Canda. Del Kauffman of Costa Mesa Calif., who is a college student at Long Beach is visiting hv- oarents, the Russell Stauffmuns,- for two weeks. *• _ — O" *-l»l*lv- UJ1 Saturday to see his. mother Mrs Elizabeth Anderson who is seriously ill in the Blue Earth hos: pttal. Attend Shower Phone 8-3361 CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES Daily Deliveries In Algona , ( . , - '-_' ; f - Whittembre, Iowa America's Fastest Drivers In Thrilling Auto Races/, All Ten Days of Big Exposition. Fair'* ' Main Features aret i • Auto Race* All 10 Days\ 4, Speedway Type Can; 5, i late Stock Can; Midgets. 1. P!u» 2 Thrill Show*. ^ • Hug* Open Class Cattle, Swine, Sheep and Draft Horsr Shows, First 6 Days. • 80-Acrctr Farm Machinery & Home Appliance Shows. • 7 Nife Horse Shows, Aug. 28 thru Sept. 2 & Sept. 4; Matinees, Aug. 27 and 28; and Sept. 2, 4 and 5. • Gorgeous Night Show, Ten Nites, with Fireworks. • Huge Farm Crops, Flower, Fruit & Vegetable Shows. • FFA & 4-H Club Livestock Shows, Cattle, Swine and Sheep, Last Four Days. • Dairy, Bees, Art, Women's, School and State Exhibits. • Royal American Shows on World's Largest Midway. •Buy Kestntd llckttt by. Mol/.-y Grandstand, $2 & $2,50 ffxcipf T| Sunday Afttrnooni, $2,50.& $3, II and. tabor Day AHtrnoon, $3', & II J3.'50). Hon. Shov, 41.50 * $2. II Sand Chtck or Monty Ordtr to II M/nn«olo^la>d-Fafr, St. Paul 13. II 1.960 Ouliid* Gait Admitihnt, II "Adulft, SOfr.Artot, 75(6 -^ 10% MORE PARKING SPACE Aug.27-Sept.5 Welcomes You To Shop With Usr During The Cool Morning Hours- Then To Attend The KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR. We Have Some Fair; Specials Jo- Make You Glad You Stopped To See Us And Some Of Them Make Good Back To School Items^ Dale Erickson, 13, of near Urayton was injured in a traclor accident recently. The tractor had! been stopped and when started again, Dale's left hand was caught in the fan. All four fingers were lacerated. The index ringer was broken and the third'finner al l moot severed at the fiiit juinl. ] J eatt) Davis, of UoQiieville, was guanted a wish sha has had; for Shy ape to iyde ip STUDENT DESK LAMPS Adjustable — Have the new style, metal, bullet shaped shades. Quantities limited. $2.95 VACUUM FOOD JARS 10 oz. pize — Nice for students lunches. Keeps Things Hot — Keeps Things Cold, $1,69 GENERAL ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCKS Wakes you up in time for classes and those important jpp'ointments. Reduced To .95 GENERAL ELECTRIC CLOCK RADIOS Some .other makes sell for $30 and $4(1. None priced lower and with warranty by G.E. From $19.95 Make Algona Your Back To School Headquarters H O T DAYS AHEAD BEST BUYS! BEAT THE, HEAT 20 Inclr Portable Fan S23.88 Coats up ia» S rooms be ventilating an* aieculaling 4000 cubic feel of air par mrnute. It moves lafge vollunes of ail tjHietly. with o» radio or TV, jnterferencf. Safety designed! with finger proof guards. 3 speed, indigctian type motor few many years of comfort. -• • • . , HOT DAYS AHEAD Inch Portable Fan 528.88 We have a Complete of Horn* CA-N A N EftiiZI Qollow 2 Ca|lo» 3 Gallon 5fct $».QO 4-H BOYS & GflUS These wHU hel' F y P v» wla prizes, ' • ••..•• $5.50 Up Take girls. IliCTBiC & PRY IRONS . nic» to you S17.95

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