The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 13
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Glib Scouts At Wesley Receive Their Awards W&sley — The annual cub Scout family picnic was held Sunday in/the city park. Following the picnic dinner at 12:50, bt. L. L. Pfeffer gave the awards, tlonald Johnson, received a gold anjd a silver arrow; Richard and Robert Bleich, each a Lion, a gold and a silver arrow; James Youngwirth, a lion badge, a :gold and two silver arrows Mark Goetz ' Joseph Niedzielski Anthony Muehe and Michael, each a silver arrow; Patrick Hynes, a gold arrow and Daniel (Hyries, a silvei* ai-row. Delicioctsly er! The Den Mothers, are Mrs Fred Thomas, Mrs Bill Loobfg, Mia Howard FunnettiarTc and Mra Gave Studer. Ddn Kraus is cubmaster. Wed 26 Yeats On Friday evening, July 10, Mr arid Mrs Tom Becker were pleasantly surprised by a group of relatives Who came to their farm home to help them celebrate their 26th wedding anniversary. The evening^ was spent socially with a lunch served by the relatives. The honorees received lovely gifts. Among those who attended were Mrs Justine Becker, Margie and Jane of Wesley, Mr and Mrs James Becker, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Frank J. Httbert, LuVerne; Mrs Clara Kohlhaas, Algona; Mr and Mrs Anton Becker, Bode; Mr: and Mrs Herman Becker and Ronnie, Irvington; Mr and Mrs Ted. Hilbert, Bernadette and Lenore, LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, Bo.de; Lawrence Becker, Bode; Mr and Mrs Roger Doughan, Clarion; Mr and Mrs Albert Becker, Bode; Judy Dahlhauser, Algona, and Bernard Decker, Algona. Mr and Mrs Glen Hevrein of Rockford, III. were Sunday .guests r df her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer. They were enroute to the Black Hills. Irene Hanig is on vacation from the postoffice. She and her mother, Mrs Lulu Hanig, left over the weekend for St. Joe, Mo. -to v&it their soft and bmth- er, Joe Hanig aftd family. \ The men's district soft ball tournament will be held here July 19 to 26. Mr and Mrs Maurice DoBoer, Dean and Dawn of Marshalltown, formerly of Wesley, were weekend guests in the David KleiA- peter homfe. They had just returned from a 4 week trip to the West. Coast. L. H. Klempeter recently p\tr- chased a lot from Paul Flaherty and will move his house from the south part of town. . Susan Rae Hauptman, the eight month old daughter Of Mr and Mrs Bud Hauptman of Bancroft, was cared for at the home of her Uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and family this week. Mr and Mrs Hauptman and their other children were on a trip to Milwaukee and Chicago. Mrs fed Thissen and children of Waterloo spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Helen Johnson and other relatives Diane Thissen stayed for a longer visit. Mrs Norine Studer and Anri Crawford of Council Bluffs visited Alf Studer, Viola Studer and the Ed Downs family Thursday and Friday. (Mrs Will Black, David and James'of Milwaukee, Wis., were houseguests of the R. E. New broughs several days over the weekend. Mrs Don Powers and Gary of Iowa Fails were also houseguesls there over the weekend. They all are former Wes- REDICULOUS DAY FRIDAY-OPEN 9 A.M. 'TIL 10 P.M. GOING BU ~^m^~ ^^«B^ —— ^~ NES * On the Items Advertised In This Advertisement. Girls Cotton Dresses 3 to fix $225 Girls Cotton Dresses 7 to 14 $3oo Boys Short Sleeve Sport Shirts..... 77c Mens Short Sleeve Sport Shirts .... 88c Mens Chambray Work Shirts.... $loo Toddler Sunback Dresses 88c Toddler Crib Sheets 88c 51x51 Luncheon Cloths..„. -$|oo Boys Double Knee Jeans Sizes 4 to 12.. $loo Womens Sunback Cotton Dresses... $1,88 Womens Hats - Straws & Felts lOc Mens Dress Straw Hats $lso .Girls Purses-White & Colors Mens Knit Polo Shirts $2oo Large Bath Towels 2 For 88c Womens Jewelry..: Hundreds of Notions Metal-Shoe Racks... Wooded Stools . ... 5Qc Not tnough spqc§ to list AH the items thpt Penn^y's Are Going out of Bytirie; On .On RedNwIous.Day ^ Bprgains in»icte ond ewtsiele the the store - Conrie Eariyr Stciy lot® M eyans, Mr and Mrs Burnett* Sartlcy and fa-wily were friday guests n the John Bauer home. Mr and Mrs Glen Smith and Mr and Mrs Dale Dornbier spent ast week vacationing and fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson and fattnly spent last week at ftacine, Wis. visiting Mr and Mrs Elichard Hammond. Mrs Mike Wagner attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the Moose hall at Algona for her niece, Rosella Elbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Elbert. \ Mrs Ted Worsley and children left the fore part of this .week for their home at El Monte, Cal. following a visit with her father, Oliver Young and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen and grandsons returned home Friday from a week's outing in their cabin at Pequot Lake, Minn., Mrs Ray Hansen was brought home July 5 from Park hospital, Mason City, where she had; surgery and medical treatment. Mr and Mrs 'Art Beenkcn, hew-- lyweds, returned home last wee|.< from their wedding trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, and Phoenix, Arizona. They began housekeeping in a Loebig apartment. Her parents, Rev. and Mrs S. Pederson of Clark Grove, Minn, visited them Friday. • Mr and Mrs 'Lester Larson and Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease attended the ann.ua! Story - Hamilton county picnic at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr and Mrs Carl Froehlich report a now grandson, born to Mi and Mrs Kenneth Groin of Lu- Verne at St. Ann hospital July 12. Mr and 'Mrs George Hirner and Anna Mae attended the funeral of a relative, Nonnan Kirsch, 19, at Whittemore Monday morning. The Gerald Kirsch family alsb attended the funeral. Mr and Mrs Edgar Streich. and children and Mr and Mrs Art Meddler of Quincy, 111. were Sunday guests in the George Kirner home. Mrs Mary Flom, Anna and Ethel, returned home July 7 fi«om a week's sight-seeing trip in Wisconsin and northern Michi? gan. They crossed over the Mackinac bridge, visited , the Cherry section along the east shore of Lake Michigan. At Muskegan, Mich, they spent the 4th of July weekend visiting Rev. and Mrs R. Berntsen and Mr and Mrs Carleton Road. >(r , Mr and Mrs Chauncey Stur'de- vant and son Jim of Long View.. Wash, were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease. His parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Sturdevant, former Wesleyans, also live in Long View. Their daughter Opal and her family also live there. ..Ohauncey and family own and operate a chicken farm a,nd now have 13,000 laying hens. A Sunday School picnic of the Upper Flat and the Wesley Evangelical Free churches was held July 7 in Call Park at Al- dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelsfen were Sunday visitors nt the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern. •Mr and Mrs Robert Wood find Jean attended a picnic at the Harold Von Banks nt West Bend. Mrs Etta Larson of Bounbon- naise. 111., Mrs Minnie Larsen and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Tl- tonka called at the Bernard and Charles Phclps homo and the Herbert Nelson home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfrcds( v n were guests Sunday evening at the Bernard and Charles Phelpn homo. Tracy Stone and Paul Avend went fishing at Iowa Lake Friday night. Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky visited Mrs Rollo Moore at Tilonka. Mr mid Mrs Herbert Nelson and Holly visited Mrs Miinnic Larsen. Titonka, Sunday. Mrs Donald Mankle and chil- dren »f Laurens spent thrre days last week at the home of Mrs , July \6, 1959 (to.) Bit IHSI wt-'UK HI vne mum 1 ui ivua • Manklp's parents, Mr and MrsRoseoe Stewart to Iowa City Sun Earl Shipler. day to brir?£ Ellen St«wart home. with the Bill Stewarts. Hinckley visited her Mrs Earl Shipler and Mrs Al-They stopped on the way down, bcvt Hinckley accompanied Mrn nt Waterloo, and spent the night who is in the hospital. Ridiculous Day Special Pan Rolls ANNOUNCING Change of Ownership of Western Auto ASSOCIATE STORE . . . THE FAMILY STORE! DALE HEEREN PAN OF SIX It Is with extreme pleasure and anticipation for the future that I announce the purchase and change of ownership of the Western Auto Associate store in Algona. I feel this is a wonderful opportunity to serve the fine people of Kossuth county. I hope to continue to offer the same fine service that you have enjoyed in 'the past and I invite the many former customers of the Harry Irelands to stop in and hope that many of you folks will stop In and say hello. Watch for our big grand opening in the near future! P. S. Since our inventory will be completed by Friday — Ridiculous Day — we will have a sidewalk counter in frontof our store. Stop by and see us. HOME-BAKED BEANS AND POTATO SALAD Finn'- Bakery Dale Heeren New Owner of the Western Auto Store Mrs Esther Skow of Boone spent several days last week here with her sisters, Mrs Fred Bentele and Mrs Selma Carlson and their families. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease attended the wedding of her niece Sandra' Rae McEnelly at Forest City Friday evening. The Marvin, Everett and Clarence Ackersons attended the 40th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs Nick Nemmers of Bancroft Sunday afternoon. Mrs Roger Doughan of Clarion spent several days last week at the home of her parents, the Tom Beckers. Portland Twp, By Mrs." Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Walter Marketon of Fairfax visited Tuesday at the Tony Jandl home. They were on their honeymoon. Mr and Mrs Fred Czapp of Minneapolis were Thursday visitors in the Jandl home. Catherine Trunkhill is spend- g a week with her cousin Marie Diers at Bancroft, Ar and 'Mrs David Bolie are the parents of a seven pound, 15 ounce ba'by boy, born July 2, in the Buffalo Center hospital, Dana, Rcnee and Douglas, the other children of the Bolies, remained with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs F. J. Krull, during the absence of. thei,r mother". The new baby has been named David Cooper. Louis Krull returned July 1 from 6 months Air Force service. He was stationed at Biloxi, Miss. He will leave July 10 for 17 days training in Illinois. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern, Vincent Govern, Mr and Mrs Hubert Govern and family and Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and family picnicked at Crystal Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Murphy and family and Mrs D, Huimbaeh of PCS Moines visited Thursday and Friday at the Govern farm. Mrs Earl 7/wiefel visited Mrs Lewis Larsen Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern went to Fort Dodge Friday on business. Mr and Mrs WUford Johnson of Austin Wf re Sunday <guests at the Earl Zwiefel home. Kernrit £wiefpj, Claude pils* borough and Kenneth Louts went to Mason Cjty Sunday where they attended. an air show•Mrs Victor Fi't^hi Kerens! and Judy and Mrs Plight Ruse yisite4 «*t ttlP CJeor-ge |Jix home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Timei tjarnxs ejrwj f^wU v 3*l4 M r Mrs Arthur' Hix and' family were the IRELANDS say... "Thank You" Effective July 15, Dale Heeren has taken over possession of the Western Auto store we have operated the past nine years. H has been a pleasure to serve the many folks in Kossuth county and we offer our sincere thanks for your fine patronage. Thank you again for your loyal patronage these past years to us. Mr.& Mrs.Harry Ireland JUST THINK, DEAR! RIDIKALUS DAY'LL SOON BE HERE GOTTA HURRY! IT'S RIDIKALAS DAY FRIDAY the. Friendly Store , v .yj ASSORTED PAINT REG. $1.69 ...Qt. REG. $1.29 SEED Sib. Bag BAMBOO REG. 77c LAUNDRY BASKET ASSORTED REG. 19c SPONGES FOSTORIA REG. $11.95 WAFFLE BAKER USED TIRES USED NO WARRANTY TV SET USED 40" 4fe ELECTRIC RANGE. $3°° WE DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY FIT we UUIN i MXUW wrmi intji rii ^^ ^^^^ .» OIL FILTERS ...Ea. IOC 3-SPEED, 16" 2MNCH SLIM LINE REG- $249.95 IV SE1 189 95 CORONADO REG. $189.95 1 QNLY ELECTRIC DRYER. 88 CORONADO • REG. $89.9$ 2 ONLY DEHUMIDIFIER 7*PC, llAriME WARRANTY DINETTE SET 8 QNLY WINDOW FAN. $ ,95 LARGE ASSORTMENT 45 R.P.M. RECORDS 19c 3 ONLY REP, $59,9§ 26" BOYS BIKES - 39.95 ALL SIZES BOLTS MACHINE & USED WASHER if i ' >'' **1 y njV'-v *?l f"-\" a Vr,i V*sM

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