The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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1 I?A "1i ! WE'RE REALLY Jioon front a week's vacation spent «tl Woman's Lake in Minnesota, • # Mrs Idah Illppentrop accompan- GIVING AWAY A S 1 1 V E R D 0 L L A R WITH EVERY GALLON OF INTERIOR or EXTERIOR JANNEY BEST FREDERICK The best place in Algona to buy fine quality hardware — at a saving! •NVVWWWYWWWS ied the Don Sticklers of Elmore to their new home in Oseeola and spent Wednesday land Thursday helping them get settled. The Sticklers formerly lived in Lakota. Sunday afternoon callers at tho Earl Thompson home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Hftas and family and Mrs Idah Rippentrop and daughters. Mr and Mrs James Senenfelder of Toledo, Ohio were Saturday visitors at the home of his sister, Mrs Walter Lunn'and family.. 'Mr and Mrs Marvin Nelson of Blue Earth, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Charles Lowery of Albert Lea, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Koppen, The .members of the Birthday clubmd their families held their annual picnic dinner at the park in Buffalo Center Sunday, Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray and sons, Scott and Jeff of Northfield, 'Minn, arrived Saturday evening at the parental, Dr. H. H. Murray home. Sunday eve- hing they all attended a Murray family picnic hejd "at .the Earl Murray home east of Buffalo Center. . . , The Lakota Firemen's annua picnic was held Sunday at. Arnolds Park. Some 20 families were present. iMr and Mrs Earl Paulsen and family were Sunday guests at the W. B, Mulvenhill home in Ames. Mr and Mrs Alden Wilcox and family were Tuesday evening isitors at the home of Mr and Herman Bosma. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray received word Sunday afternoon of he birth of a 'seven pound, four ounce grandson, born to Dr. and tfrs Robert Farner at Toluca, 111. Mrs Farner Will be remembered as the former Kay Murray. The young man was born Sunday, JUly 12, and has not been named as yet. Mr and Mrs»John Ukena and •amily were Sunday guests al the j nome of his mother, Mrs Aftttfi Ukena. Dennis Christ, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Christ was admitted to the Buffalo Center hospital Friday for observation and treatment. Mrs Signe Nelson was a Tuesday dinner guest at the J»m Mnyne home. In the afternoon, Mr Leonhard Christ and Mr and Mrs AdolpH Poppe were there for lunch and brought Mrs Nelson home with them. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray were Thursday callers at Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs William Goldtrap of Elmore were Tuesday evening callers at the J. A. Dorenibush home. , Mr and Mrs Wilson Brack had as Sunday guests, Mrs Lillian Brack and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Larry Winter of White Bear Lake, Minn, were weekend guests at the parental Russell Winter home. Sunday night callers there ' were Mrs Andrew Boekelman and Henrietta of Algona. Mr and Mrs' C. F. Ennenberg and Rochelle were Sunday guests at the home of her uncle, Gorder Lee at Emmens, Minn, and at the parental Owen Peters home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Heetland and family spent Sunday with the Wayne Heetland family In Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs V. A. Barrett received word this oast week that their grandson, Jinvmie Barrett of Sheldon, had entered the Meth- Mrs. Sophie Ellsworth Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Riefifer and family attended : '.'-. a 'Rieffer family .picnic' af Fairmont Sunday. --W...,,,. . '-., Mr and Mrs Carl v Yeager of San Rafael, Cal. called briefly at the Henry Boebtcher home Wednesday morning. The infant daughter,of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Asche, Patty Jean, was baptized last Sunday morning by the Rev. Harlan Kruse. Lurene" Barrett,-daughter of Mr and (Mrs V. A. Barrett, student nurse at Mercy hospital in Des Moines arrived" home Saturday for a month's vacation. A the conclusion of her vacation she will go '.to St. Bernard'; Hdspitai),inj; Council Bluffs to take p hj&p5ychMtrie. training for. three •niontns. Mr and Mrs A. C. iSchisse arrived home from their cottagi at Spirit Lake Sunday afte spending a week there. Linda Spear was their guest for a week. Mr and Mrs Al Jbhnson returnn ed home Friday from a week's vacation spent in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Arlowe Erdahl and Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff and family returned Saturday after- odist Hospital at Sioux City, July 6, for,treatment for diabetes. The Lakota Luckies 4-<H Club held a Workshop Training School meeting at the Burdettc Hoeppner home. Mrs Steve Powers was assistant hostess. Carolyn Ley gave a demonstration and* Mrs G. A. Gutkenecht showed them how to finger print. Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton and family and Mr and Mrs A. E. Anderson and girls speint the weekend of the 4th at the Hamilton .cottage on the Mississippi River near McGregor. Mrs W. D. Ley and MKs It. D. Vtussman attended the first annual meeting of the Iowa Synod-* ca) of the Unitod Pros'bylcrian church at Ames one day this week. Mr and M-os C. F. Enncnberg and dniifihtpr. KotMiHIe, were nc- cornpanit'd by Mrs P. C. Gotten- "eldt on a trip to Mnson City Triday. Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena spent :ho vvorkend at Sac City with their daughter and family, the Ralph Dewoys. ' Mr and Mi\s Ralph Shuhardt of Vinton wore Friday callers at the tome of Mr. and Mrs H. D. Muss- mfiti, Daryl Christ, son of Mr and Mrs George Christ, and Gary Sheldnhl, son of Mr nnrt Mrs Eddie Sholdahl went to Cedar Falls Tuesday whore they attended H Leadership Training School all week. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman were Friday guests of Mr and Mrs Mare Moore in Algonn. Dr. and Mrs Ray Brandt of Mesa, Ariz., former LaUotans, were also there. Weekend guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs P. C. Geilenfeldt were Mr and Mrs R. L. Morrison of Albert Lea, Minn, and Mrs Amelia Koppen. Friday night supper guests at the Otto Engel'bart home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Englebarts of Woden and the Clarence Booltehers of Modesto, Calif. . Weekend guests at the HurdoMo Hoeppner home were his brother and family, the Paul Hoeppners of Spencer. Mrs Signe Nelson visited at the home of her daughter and family, the Virgil Wells, at Bluo Earth, Minn, from Saturday through Tuesday. .Mr and Mrs Wither Sachs had as lns.t weceknd guests Mr and time he has witnessed many changes in the banking business and in the community as well During his 25 years here he has been hold up by hank n>)*l>ors no less Hum three times, the most recent, being Just last month. Mr and Mrs H, R, Johnson and Ronald were Saturday picnic guests at the Dunne Slnttum homo in Juice. Mrs Mary 7/oller is spending this week with her son and family, the Albert Znllcts at Vi ecn, Minn. Mr and Mrs II. J. Boetlchot had the pleasure of the company of all of their children last Sunday. Mrs Walter Limn and sons Jerry and Eddie, Mr and Mr Roger Kromingn and family am Roberta Addy attended a farn ily reunion of Mrs Lunn's peonl hold Sunday at Dows. A week ago last Sunday th Ruhnke reunion was held a Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Rieharc Zielske attended from here. Thuriddy, July T6, ANCE! ALQOHA VFW HALL JULY 18 ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S CAMP FUND! Dance to the Music of the Rhythm CLUB! Mrs Merle Sachs and family of Waterloo. Saturday evening visitors there were Mr and Mrs Lorcn Sachs and Mrs Kn.lRerinc Sachs of Oelwein and Mr and Mrs Virgil Sachs and sons. Carl C. Ger/ema, local banker, started his 25lh year in Lakola Monday, July 6. During that Is The WE'VE GOT USED KAR BARGAIN! AND ... IF THIS CAR (1925 MODEL) WE'LL .25 OFF THE PRICE OF THIS ON US / These REDICULOUS DAY SPESHULS ARE A "STEAL" ONLY SI EACH OUR LOWEST PRICE YET! OVEN SAVERS 1953 Plymouth TUDOR - AT THE ALREADY REE- DIKLAS PRICE OF BOTHER RIDIKULUS BUYS BROWNMli SHOE STORE ALGONA, IOWA K ALDUS - !•••••• 1951 FORD Fordor. T957 FORD Fairlane Fordor 1954 CHEV. Bel Air Fordor 1957 CHEV. 210 Tudor 1955 PLYMOUTH Savoy Fordor 1957 CHEV. %. Ton Pickup 1957 FORD 2 - Ton Truck 1955 FORD Fairlane Fordor 1947 CHEV. School Bus 1956 FORD Fairlane Fordor 1950 FORD Tudor V 1956 FORD Custom Tudor 1957 FORD Custom Fordor UNBREAKABLE WATER PITCHERS ONLY 97c EACH 1 LOT OF PAINT QT. GflL. 5 AUTO SEAT COVERS Full Set Front Only .... $2.50 LIGHT BULBS A Cheap Way To Get Lit-upl 2-60's — 2-40's — 2-100's 6 PflK — tHEse ARe ONlY JeaSErS f I HUndredS OF othEr iTEms reDUCeo! Such as dinette tables, Lamps, Chairs, End Tables, Hardware items, Housewares, Sport- ing Goods, Auto Supplies, Electrical Supplies, etc. ODDS & ENDS EXAMPLE KITCHEN CHAIRS VALUES TO $15.95 EASY TiRMS CY 44504 ED WOLF, owner Phone CYpress -H43S5 AL$QNAi . To Be Known As "OCEAN TO OCEAN" ON RIDICULOUS 9AYL ; F«ftW4AWWWWWW»^^ -m

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