The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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LOCALS ana fcfcs were Sunday guests of the par. & Mr and Mrs Irving Diamond at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colweli h*v* had the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Floyd Hill, as guests. Mr and Mrs ftussell Cddk and Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter at Bart. Mt and Mrs A. R. Cruikshank spent last week at Des Moines with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roland Grefe. Mr and Mrs Louis Lynk were recently visited by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs H, R, Wolfe, Carrington, N.D. Audrey Freye and Lela Henderson were visited last weekend by Katherine Sorensen, former teacher here, now teaching in the Mason Cliy schools. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister Mary Bieser. had Mr and Mrs 'Wilfred Kohlhaas of Livermore as dinner guests Sunday. This Sunday they had Mr and Mrs Alfred Zcller, Bode, and Mrs Mary Kramer, Whittemore, as dinner guests. ' Mr and Mr* WJ111* Colw*ll had, the tetter's mother, Mrs O. G. Day, Clarion, as guest a week ago Sunday. Mrs Nellie Van Allen and Aiha Hardgrove were called for Fed« eral jury duly this week at Fort Dodge. Louis Neuhting has been on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. He is custodian at the Ambrose Call State Park. _ Mrs Gran Hudson has returned from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had surgery foi* a gall Madder ailment. She is making good recdvery. Ghef Cook Jr., who attends junior college at fiagle Grove, spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Che't Cook Sr, Mr-and Mrs William Dau Sr. expect as guests over the weekend the latter's sister, Mrs Alma Sorensen and Mr and Mrs Goo. McNary and Susan. Walnut. Mr and .Mrs Melyin Hendersdn, Gayle and Fred' are expected Thursday (today) from Upland, Calif., for a few days Visit with Melvin's cousin; Evelyn Cady. Mr and Mrs Glenn Culberison were visited Wednesday by Mrg Culbertson's ' brother-in-law afid sister, Mr and Mrs Glenn Gales*/ who were enroute . home to St. Paul, Minn. Mt and Mrs M. H.* Paltt and daughter Sheila drove to Des Moines Saturday to see the lee Follies. They were guests of Mrs Fain's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Nesbitt. Mrs Sarah Smith has been visited by her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Curran and Tony, Barstmv, Ca\., and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Terry Malone, Tucson, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Bert Muckey and Mr and Mrs Bernard Dahlhauser were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs James Williams, 'Minneapolis. Mrs Williams is a granddaughter of the Muckeys and niece of Mrs Dahlhauser. Mr end Mrs Pele Helmers, Waterloo, are parents of a son born Oct. 8. He weighed 8 Ibs., 5 oz. and has been named Wayno Anthony. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs John Helmers and Mr arid Mrs Everett Witham, Bancroft. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick have received word from their son and daughter-in-law', Ensign and Mrs Stephen Kcnrjfick that the former has been transferred ! from Jacksonville, Fla., to Saint Sirflons Island, Ga., where he will have four months of further naval training. „*».,. Mt and Mrs Flbyd Erieltton spent last weekend Mdtih, the latter's brother-in-law attd sister, Mr and-Mi's Matt Menije*. Mr and Mrs Hentjes formerly lived in Waterloo but have moved to Rock Island, 111. They brought the daughter Connie home with them. Leona Sterner, Rosalia Voigt. Mnry Ann Arndorfer, Britt, arul Marie Pavik, Pocahontas, spent* the weekend in a trip to McGregor, Ln Cross* and Prairie du Chein, Wis, to enjoy the scenei v along the Mississippi. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and Mr, nnd Mrs Gernld Ollom. Burt, also took the trip in two separate groups Mrs Anton Weydert ol the Si. Joe area, daughter of Mrs Nick Fisch, has gone to Oregon to meet her son Wayne who has completed his time with the navy and has hr-on relc-med from service Ho has his car there nnd he and his mother will make the trip back via auto and will go to "Los Angrh's on route to visit Mr and Mrs Fred Kinsc-h, former Kossuth residents. SERVICE MEM U.S. FORCES, GERMANY — Army Pfc. Kenneth J. lleldorfer, son of Mr and Mrs Envin Heldor- frr, Bancrof), Iowa, was n tnwn- her of the 25th Artillery team which recently captured first place in the VII Corps Special Troops softbnll tournament in Germniiy, Heldorfer, n surveyor in the artillery's Battery B, entered the Army in CH'tcdier 1958, received hnsic training nt Fort Cnrsnn, Cnlu., nnd arrived ovfrKCas tho following March. Thurtdey, Oct. 15, 1959 Algona (fa.) Upper 0*4 The 23-year-old soldier is a 1&54 Krartuatr- of St. John's High School nnd was employed by Bancroft Co-op Creamery Co., before entering the Army. FORT DETRICK, Mt>. — Army Pfc. Ronald E. Harlan, 22, son of Mr tuui Mrs Otto Harlan, Route 2. Algona, Town, recently was assigned to the \S&> gical Warfare Laborattrty at fdfr Detrick, Md. , * •Mnrlart was an eftgjneerfttg irfft with the U.S. Soil ConsewrfldA Service in Sioux City before eft* tering the Army in Dece*nb6f .1&58. He was graduated ffoffi Algona High School in 1954 attended Iowa State College The number of "county weeklies" increased tremendously in the two decades after the Civil War. Avoid Crowd Get A Good Start On Christmas Shopping . . ... - Find Better Selection Get Lower Prices ... Is Your Christmas Gift Headquarters. Lay Away Now. Diamonds Lighters Religious Gifts Billfolds Initial Rings *.' LA YAW Jewelry * NO W! 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Irisulated Dacron (The Best) - Reg. $18.95, NOW $13.88 HERE'S WHAT MAKES the REVOLUTIONARY $8.95 * » * ' Wo Carry Th§ Complete Line Of Kodak Cameras At Lower Prices! *>BWHN!BV>IIM*W Short and sweetl Engine's In the rear—where It belongs In a compact car. With more weight on rear wheels, you get extra road-gripping traction for cornering and driving on Ice, mud or snow. Also, by avoiding nose-heaviness of front-engine compact cars, Corvair handles easier, brakes better, rides smoother. Styling of both 4-door models is clean and uncluttered ... as fresh and functional as modern architecture. Unipack Power Team Engine, transmission and drive gears are neatly wrapped in one lightweight package. Takes less space, leaves you more. BY FISHEH Body and frame are combined into a single rigidly constructed unit that reduces Cor. vair'g weight, enlarges its passenger space. Practically FLAT FLOOR Corvair is America's only compact car with a virtually flat floor that gives you full 6-passenger comfort. For extra space, folding rear seat * converts easily to make room for 17.6 cu. ft. of WrgO, »Oplk>n»l m ,«tr» co»t. TRUNK'S UP FRONT Lots of luggage space under the hood, where It's convenient for groceries, packages. NEARLY 3 FEET SHORTER Corvair's almost 5 inches lower, 1,300 pounds lighter, too. Its compact size makes it a joy to jockey through traffic,a pleasure to park. No need for power assists. You never have tofusswith antifreeze. Turbo-Air 6 warms up quicker, with less wear on parts. Airplane-type heater* goes to work almost instantly. 'Optional ot extra coil. • •••••• ••#••••»••••«••••§•»§••••( 4 -Wheel I ndependent Suspension Springs at each wheel cushion bumps independently of each other for a ride that rivals much costlier cars. Revolutionary Rear Engine works email miracles with mileage. It's the world's first production 6 with the ultra-smooth power of horizontally opposed pistons. L.. .. and the most practical thing of all is Corvair's LOW PRICE! see it i drive it Coivair BY CHEVROLET th* happiest driving compact car HAPPIEST DRIVING COMPACT I^IIP you ever drove\ See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer , Ttiere't nothing tike ft new car — and no compacf <w $e this de luxe Corvair 700 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA

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