The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1959
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4-Algoncj (la.) Upper Det Maine* thoridey, July 9, Wesley Girl Is Des Moines Nurse Graduate Srvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mr and Mrs George Schumacher and son of Mankato, Minn, called on friends here Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Harry Schiedell and sons of Riverside, N. J. visit* ed her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Eugene Lemkec a few days last week. They have been visiting at UK? home of Mrs Schiedell's parents, Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee of Algona, Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole drove to Lawlef, Oklahoma Friday to spend the weekend with their son John. Homer Bristow is again a patient jit Veterans Hospital at Des Moines. Charlotte Wise, shown here daughter of Mr and Mrs Hermaf Wise of Wesley, was graduated from BroadlawnVs School of Nursing at Des Moines, June 26 Her three year course of nursing will be completed Sept 9, 1959. Mf afld Mrs Carl Sera are enjoying a visit wkh Mr SCip's sister, Mrs Rhonda Burtis from Wisconsin. Mrs Wm. Batt Jr. and daughter, Pamela o& Colorado Springs, Colo, are expected this week to visit relatives hCrre. Mr and Mcs Lee Ctfittrell aftd Mrs B. O. Davis arid daughter Janet visited relatives at Have-^ lock Sunday and called oh friends ftt Efrtmetgbufg and. Whittemore. Mr arid Mrs Otto Lomboldt and family of Lyle, 'Minn, were guests at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs L. McMahon Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl spent Sunday and Monday with relatives at Waterloo. Funeral Rites At Bancroft For Mrs Baker Bancroft — Funeral services for Mrs Charles Baker were hold Wednesday at 0:30 a.tfi. in St. John's Catholte churcft with burial in St. John's cemetery. Msg>. Schultes officiated. Mrs Baker was the, wife of Charles Baker, Bancroft barber, and lived here her entire life. She was bom Ethel Sattnders, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Michael Saunders. Besides her husbahd, 'she leave's a daughter Monica, & ' son Frank Baiter, Pittsburgh, Penn., three grahd- 'children, three sisters, Mrs falter Welp, Fort Dodge; Mrs Marie Rimers. Windom, Minn.;' Mrs (Issbelle) Artfitif Cogley and three brothers, ; Russel Saunders, Britt, Gordon and Frank Saunders, Garry Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. Mrs Baker was secretary of the ladies' Foresters for several years and until the time of death a member of the Foresters, Catholic Daugters of America, the Altar Society, and a life long mem ber of the Catholic church. She died early Sunday evening at her home. . Door Catches Hsnd Darwin MeCliesch had the fingers on his right hand cut and bruised when he' closed the car door on his hand Saturday. Mr and Mrs Vincent Seeker are the parents of a ddttghtet orn July 5 at Holy Family iospital, Estherville. Kenneth, Donald and Francis Lampe, Cedar Rapids, spent the Fourth with Kenny and Meredith Bergman. Other, guests were lackie Lynch and Alice Wibben, Ledyard, Kathy .Flaf- ady, Minneapolis, Marvin Becker and Tom McGuire, Fort Dodge, Alice Menke and D6nna Bergman, S.N., Sioux City. Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss, Mrs Laurence Bergman and Meredith, Mrs Perry Torine and Mrs Ben Farrow, Lakota, spent Tuesday in Mason City. Visitors at .the Cletus Dorr home for the Fourth were Mr and Mrs T. R. Doocy and Diane, Ledyard, 'Mr and Mrs Ves Kock- Icr and family, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Carlyp Engleby and family, Mr and Mrs Vincent Engleby and family, Elmore and Roselee Dorr, .JMason City. The children of Mr and Mr* Pat Cullen, Storm Lake, are visiting 4heir grandmother, Bass Murray, while their parents are in Wisconsin where Mr Cullen is in a hospital for treatment. Msigr. Schultes attended fu s neral services Monday for hi; "brother who died at Carroll. and STU MANN EdlfO* Of ttlftfttodfe Bass fishing opened in a eat' isfactory manner in most sections of Minnesota with the fishermeli who got up early in 1 the, morning and who used top water plugs having the best luck. 1 1 fished Lake Geneva at Alexandria with Ernie Webber. We were on the lake at 4:30 a.m. and we had four bass by a little after sun-up. We were using a plug Called -the 'dubl-pop', We fished the shallow water along the shore lone. The fish we caught ,w,ent from 2 antf a half to four and half pounds. * * * • '., WE HAD OtTR THRILL WHEN EACH OF US MADE A CAST AND EACH HAD A STRIKE. We landed the bass at the same time His Was a poune heavier than mine. We picked up dur four bass in abexil 45 f and then . .- . frothing. We had matty strikes . , . but they were Short strikes. • * * * ftiHftfa. thfe who wentoh the lake after eight a.m. had best luck fishing deep with jig lures' and frogs. But if you prefet top water fun you fiave tb get up early. There is a question about the bass spawning in many . northern Minnesota E1T XN6~tfHEllfc.; IS,; SOME : 3ObiBT THAT SPAWNING HAS JfiGUN; IN CHECKING: PAN F'Igtt, I'VE SfilN. : FESW'BASS SPAWNING NESTSVAS 1h2T." I6WA PISMEMMA^ Sit TO BASS. ¥he largest, bass to come off, Lake Geneva the .ppdRing day 'was caught by Lact Gee-of Sioux City, Iowa. It went klmost five pounds. Or* and Mrs M,'(X Larson of Ha^warden, Iowa cMUght five bass, one walleye and three northerns. All of the .northerns went over five pounds. It was the 12th consecutive year that the Larson's had opened the bass season at Lake Geneva. » * ,, * SCORE BOARD. It Vas interesting to note that every fisher- man wh& weiit ifief bass catfgh sortie . . .but not a single iimi was 1 reWtett friSnl Geneva th< onefiiftg '-$*9L At Like.Koronis Pa\aiesvlll$, ®iWieS6ta f two Hop kins, Minnesota fisherman filled They, tdo, g6l tip early and use< top water jslugs^lhe, 'dubl-pop Jim CnJsby arid Say Winters go 12 basis all going between 3% am 4% pounds. Here, .fcddly eiMragr only two^ colors proved effectiv" ... the black and frog colore 'dubl-pop'; while fit Geneva Erni Webber and we had - our luck o fed, -fed and white, and yello> and white. , * If you like top water a< tion get .up early in the mornini If the bass don't hit on one cOlo try another. Keep changing froi color to color until they sta hitting, then stick to that colo For some reason different colo: Eire effective on different lakes. CALF . A calf was born on the W. '. Watts farm near Clarion recent that weighed only 25 pounds birth. Normal calves weigh fro 65 to 100 pounds. The CE then gained 17 pounds in days. . ' _• Typewriter and adding machi: supplies at Upper Des Moin from Owner Norm Guster to brother Russell and The Algona Band • Western Shirts • Cowboy Booti • Western Hats • Indian Moccasini • Western Shirts • Beaded Ties and Necklaces • Genuine Western Belts • Hand-Tooled Leather Purses BOB'S WESTERN WEAR Open Evenings 5 From 7:00 'till 9:00 While In Sheridan Be Sure To Visit Sheridan's Most Complete Drug Store the CAPITOL DRUG STORE Harold Landeen Reg. Ph. • We Stock All Kinds of Film Bring In Your Camera, We'll Load It For You. • Visit Our Gift and Toy Dept. • Complete Stock of Drugs • Make Our Store Your Headquarters Clip This Adv. and Bring It To Our Store A Real Western Souvenir Awaits You Welcome You To Sheridan To All Members Qf Your Band "A Truly Western Bolo Tie 71 You'll find our friendly store right in the heart of the Main Street of Sheridan. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome the Algona High School Band to Sheridan July 17-18-19 for our Rodec r celebration. 1 vVi j'l'if. ;• W D Y! " . Clip This; Ad for^SOc Credit . On The Purchase of a Pair, of New Fall Shoei 200 N. Main The Home of Poular Priced Shoes "SoecUlizing in Women's and Children's Shoes" ALGONA HIGH BAND from * . • \AA A R D S MO N T GO M "Quality Western fashions for Less" ... and thanks from all of us in Sheridan to the citizens of Algona, Iowa, for making the trip possible, You'll enjoy seeing the "World's Largest Working Cowboy's Rodeo/' July 17-18-19, and you'll enjoy the Western friendliness of the merchants who made this advertisement possible. Yes.. .Sheridan Is Yours Silver Platter! Welcome To ... 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