The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 16, 1959
Page 14
Start Free Trial

-v j 1 6-Algena (f«.) Upper B«s MofrtM Thursday,^ July 16, t9S9 Started Kindergarten In Algona, Graduate In Calif, In the fall of 1945, Janice Riddle and James Dunn entered the kindergarten of Algeria's public schools. In 1052, Janice, with her E arents, Mr and Mrs Wayne Riddle, moved ID Pomona. Cal. and sler Mr Riddle bought a home in Cinremonl, Cal. Janice then transferred to Clarcmont High. Here she found that Jirri Dunn had been a student there since 1956. He is a son of Mr and Mrs John J. Dunn, now of Claremont. So, 13 years later and some 2,000 miles away, Janice and James graduated in the same class, the class of 1959 at Claremont, Cal, high. The above photo of the two graduates was forwarded lo ihe Upper Des Motnes by Mrs. Dunn. Congratulations! uster of Fulda, Minn, went Tues-' day to visit in the Charlie Wiener- home at Tama. The annual Rath reunion was held at Fairmont Sunday. Mrs fimrtia Hurlburt and girls attended the reunion. Mrs Darfyl Householder attended the Dorothy circle at Mrs Clarence Underwood's home, A luncheon was served by Verna Lovejoy. Mrs Wilfred Radig entertained at a 500 card party at her home* Mrs Dorothy Marlow and Mrs Gladys O'Donnell won prizes. Mrs Neva Kearns of DCS Moines visited in the Frank Flaig home Monday. 'Mrs Dena Sallager and grandson from Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs Clalise Wibben were visitors in tho Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig home Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey were recent guests in the Roy Pcbrson home at Swea City. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson were visitors Monday in the Ronald Ortman home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Glenn Teeter of Burt were Thursday evening visitors in the Arden Hovey home. Gertie Ackerman of Burt was a guest in the Frank Flaig home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik of Armstrong were Sunday caller; in the Walter Thompson home. Judy Hammerstrom visited last week in the LuVerne Hammerstrom home at Ware. (Mrs ftalp^h Sierstedt entertain* ed a group of ladies in her hsfne Tuesday for her birthdayv Thesy enjoyed playing 500, with Mrs Merwin Marlow receiving travel prize, Vema Marlow, low, and Gladys O'-Donnell, high. Staff Sgt. and Mrs Gordon Wegener of Sioux City visited Saturday in the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson. Mr and Mrs J. W. Camplielt of Iowa Falls were Sunday guests in the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer visited Sunday in the Mrs Martin Peterson home in Armstronig. Lt. and Mrs Dick Edwards and two children visited in the Roger Jensen home Monday and Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and children visited Wednesday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Ronald Christensen in Belgrade, Minn. Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer were Sunday caHers in tho Edwin Wlchtendahl home. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen visited from Thursday until Sunday in the Otto Jensen home at Deer River, Minn. Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota and Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt and the Frank Dreyers of Lone Rock were visitors in the Henry Tieman home at Fenton The group celebrated Mr Henry Tieman's 80th birthday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Mrs Paul Thacker and family visited Sunday in the Anna Alke home at Titonka. I Mr and Mrs John Rowlands and Carol of John Creek, Wis. and Mr and Mrs Carl Stulten- aurg of Concord, Wis. were Thursday evening guests in the Leo Schmidt home. Sunday guest in the Frank Flaig home was Elsie Willrett of Algona. Mr and Mrs Wm. ^ Dray ton, of Algona were Sunday'guests with Neva and Lillie Thompson. Mr and Mrs Ronald Ortman of Burt were Sunday callers in the Lillie Thompson home. 5 Speeders Fined Five persons paid fines for speeding in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. .They were Jon Discoe, Algona, $10 and costs; Robert Gillingham, Algona, Monte Newton, Ottosen, Gilbert Stogdin, Council Bluffs, and Kenneth Krause, Fenton, $5 and costs each. Edwin Page, Spirit Lake, paid $5 and costs for a stop sign violation. Rediculous Day SC/ENT/F/C ? EXPERIMENT MEN WILL BECOME mONKeyS FRIDAY Lone Rock 4-H Club Prepares For Show Lone Rock — The July meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club was held in the home of Marcia Rutledge. Preparations were made for the Achievement Show which will be held at. the Legion hall at Lone Rock the evening of July 27. A demonstration was presented by Marcia Rutledge. A talk was given by Patricia McCleish. Shirley Mar- Jow, Alexis Rutledge and 'Margaret Bierstedt gave talks. Roger Brandow of Humboldt visited three weeks in the Harvey Larson home. Roger is now attending the Methodist Camp at Spirit Lake. Becky Brandow is visiting in the Larson home this •'Week. Mr and Mrs Lo,uis Berninghaus and Karen attended a Berninghaus family reunion at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Ed Smith Sr. of Burt visited Sunday in the Everett Hanna home, 'Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and Roxy visited Tuesday evening in the Everett' Hanna home. Mr and Mrs Dave McKim anc Kathy of Washington, D,C. and Mr and Mrs Jim St. John of Burt were Monday guests in the Dale Wegner home. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath were Sunday visitors in the Renix Wilson home at Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Bob All'bee of Mitchell, S. D. 'and Mrs AlVbee's mother .and -'Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva Thompson were Wednesday guests in the Walter Thompson home. <Mr and Mrs Cliff Cannon of Detroit arrived at .Milton Marlow's Saturday. They will be visiting Mrs Mary Schiltz and , with the Art. Schiltz family also. Mr and Mrs Jeff Fish and family of Long Beach, Cal. were Friday guests in the Milton Marlow home. •Mr and Mrs Joe Kpryn of Castleton, N. Y. and their two daughters are visiting with the. Walter Dackens and with Mrs Koryn's mother, Mrs Alice Bierle. •Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton recently spent a week in their cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Minnie Hines. of Algona visited on Friday in the Leo Ramus home. Roberta Ackerman of Burt visited over the weekend with Ruth Krueger. Ruth Krueger visited Friday in the home of Hiram Ackerman of Burt. ''Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen .went to Hackensack last weekenc where they visited the Don Jensens. The Marlow reunion was held at Tuttle Lake recently. Those attending the picnic were Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow of Burt, the Merwin Marlows, Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Harlan Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. 'Marlow and Mr and Mrs Bud Marlow and son, all of Lone Rock. Mrs Wm. Knoll, entertained several at a birthday party for her daughter, Linda's llth birthday. Those attending were Mrs Bernard Tigges, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and girls, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and girls and Mrs A. L. Jackman of Algona. Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen and family were evening callers. John Person, who is stationed with the armed forces at Ft, 'Biley, Kansas, visited over the • weekend in the home of his folks, •the Emil Persons. Mr and Mrs Emil Person were in the Owen Berhow home ww&/y>wss/y'//rs//s/rss^//w^^^ -Mr; and, Mr§ Wayne Lunch visjtecj Sunday in the home ,of ,$fr and, Iflrg P A J. Foley at Bur- Ijhgton, and 'Mrs Jerry Butler o Prajrje, Ifljnn. visited f Blame a»4 Mrs Chris, Wiener ft visiwd, Sunday in ,,-jf$nry Schroder home. Mr and |Selirader sod Mrs Awa Sch Ridioulous Days IT/SURE IS FUNNY WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH MONEY . . . AT GRAHAMS RIDICULOUS DAYS SALE! AND ALL OF THE LAUGHS, AS WELL AS ALL OF THE TERRIFIC BARGAINS ARE AT OUR EXPENSE. WE FIND IT HARD TO SMILE AT THE RIDICULOUS PRICES AT WHICH WE'RE UNLOADING CERTAIN ITEMS ... BUT YOU WOULD FIND IT EASY TO LAUGH OUT LOUD ! ! BE SURE TO BE HERE EARLY FOR YOUR SHARE ! BALCONY BARGAINS LADIES SPORTSWEAR BATHING SUITS SWEATERS SKIRTS - ALL GREATLY REDUCED •% OFF OR MORE We Can Take A LADIES WOOL PLAID JACKETS KNIT COLLAR AND CUFFS mm • • KNIT COLLAR AND Cl Joke! 5.00 BELTED BACK SUMMER FABRICS REDUCED ONE LARGE , TABLE FULL OF ALL KINDS & SIZES 2 Yds. For $1 LOOP RUGS 27 x 50 FRINGED ENDS $1.50 FANCY DRAPERY COVERED FOAM RUBBER Sofa Pillows 88c BASEMENT BARGAIN TABLE MANY MANY GIFT ITEMS NOW % PRICE This IS RIDICULOUS Many Items 1.00 SIDEWALK BARGAIN TABLE YOU WILL HAVE TO SEE THIS TO BELIEVE IT! TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST SIDEWALK Rummage Counter Jewelry — Gift Items — Ladies Gloves — Toys — Dishes — Boys Cqps What Else We Don't Know CANDY STRIP! SHiiT BLANKET 7Q x 90 .$ J Children's Department ALL GIRLS SPORTSWEAR REDUCED - NOW T /3 TO T /2 Off LINGERIE DEPARTMENT LADIES MUSLIN SLIPS ' EYELET TRIM 38 To'44.1... $1.00 HALF SUP .... 88c No Fooling! ^ These Prices Are Low ! BOYS DEPART. If you don't buy THIS BARGAIN THE LAPP'S ON „ YOU — BOYS BLUE DENIM JEANS 10-OZ. WEIGHT ZIPPER FLY , Sizes 4 to 12 I/** kEePErS SI BUYS! (on our sidewalk "one buck'* table) AREA RUGS —.17"x27" Wools, Nylons, Blends, etc. YOUR CHOICE — $1,00 COPPERTONE MOLDS By Mirro. Use for salads or wall ornaments. YOUR CHOICE — $1.00 IMPORTED SNACK SETS Includes Cup and Plate TWO-PC. SET — $1.00 DECOR FOAM PILLOWS Many Colors and Shapes YOUR CHOICE — $1.00 $1.00 GRAB BOXES Items for.yotsr'home at values to $7.95. Nothing less than $1.00 value in each box. TAKE YOUR PICK—$1.00 IT'LL BE NO TRICK AT ALL! WElLuSE OUR OWN FaCEs COME — SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW IT'S DONE CURBSTONE BONANZA \ JUMBO LOW PRICE WILL HOLD PICNIC LUNCH FOR ENTIRE FAMILY HURRY; FQR •':•'"'> FREE REGISTRATION FOR 9xl2.ft. SANDRAN FLOOR & A FREE THEATRE PASS AT ALGONA THEATRE, JULY 241 REGISTER IN SANDRAN DEPT. THERE'LL BE PLENTY OF MONKEY BUSINESS AT (also known as) Foster Furniture Co. 1 • , •• J

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free