The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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p^a*.*..,.**^ (la.) Uppat DM M*lni» Thunday, Jun» 15, 1961 Trying For Big Catch Charles Stfelt, Lynfl ttutcfe, fid G'arman and Oaniel Zaugg hAVe returned from Boys'\State, .Camp D6dge, fcesi Moines!•• Stfel^ find Kueck were elected §efia!bfSf *\Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cas*61 _. daughters have returned froffi sight-seeing trip to PhIla\fel0rL_, Washington, t). C., ahdlNSW'Ybrk City. At-Philadelphia " "* guests of relatives^- •, . ? -,> - -,5, > ( Mr, and Mrs. M""- -'*""'"•have returned -from .._.... few days at' AudubbfKWJifh^triie former's sisters, • Mrs. *_ Morrow and Mrs. Morrow and Mrs. Edna^Ferguson, who was there* tfofrt'JKebkutkf Mf. and" Mrs. Sid SpeW*4m* ; "The June Shower of Values, sponsored by more Ihen SO Algona business firms, drew huge crowds of people (including hundred's of children), to Algona Friday and Saturday. A The phbto ! above shows a portion of the crowd on State Street'at 3 p'.m. Friday when an airplane piloted by Leighton Mlsbaeh 'dropped some ping pong balls which contained slips of paper good for free items or special values at participating, stores. Many, .other ping pong,balls, containing the same specials, were thrown by Chamber of Commerce members from the roofs of'downtown buildings. Hot weather and rains that preceded the" big'event-tended to enlarge the crowd, especially Friday. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) • ; Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson are spending a few days fishing in 1 northern. Minnesota. ' Mrs. Mary ; Potter, Kirk.. Chi-, dago, i^ rhaking an extended vis-, it here with relatives. ' ." '. '. . Mr., and. Mrs. Tim,O'Brien,had Mr. , and Mrs. James Costigan, Lawle'r,' as, guests .Sunday. < Mr. and Mrs. John Homer .had as • guests ^Wednesday , Mr, 'an^ Mrs.: Leonard t Bedk/ pickens. , •• Mr. and-Mrs. A. B. Oakland had Mr., and Mrs. .Alfred Veriede and family, Elmore,.. Minn.,. as guests Sunday. • ••••'• ,- - -, i - Mrs. Mary Nelson spent the weekerid at .Humbpldt visiting Mr. . and Mrs. Bruce ( .Eckhart Steve Eckhart, Ft. . Dodge, and the Sweeneys, Livermore. . , Mxs., Owen ; Nichols, Emmets burg, visited at the, hoirie of Mr', and Mrs. C. L. Bronson Sunday. Mrs. Nichols is a former, resident of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bronson and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wallburg spent Thursday" 'evening at Hampton. A/2C Ronald L. Bronson left for England AFB, La. Saturday' after spending a furlough ;with his,,parents. Mr. and Mrs. • Paul Richardson spent the-weekend'at Gedar Falls with'Mr.; and',Mrs. • David Richardson.: • i •';:'-.-. •• ••• Mr. and • Mrs. E. M. Richardson had; Mrj and .Mrs.. Walter Jacobson-and .family, iFor^ Dodge, .as guests Sunday, i i : • Mr. and Mrs. Randall Clark Had Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Becker arid' Timhiy, St.: Joe, as 'dinner guests,- Sunday. <-., . ".'-'• , Mr, and Mrs.'Albert Van Buren and Ruth attended the Stephens college orientation meeting Sunday at Ft. DeS Mtoines Hotel, De& Moines; 'and? While -there.-also visited relatives and friends. Mrs. Leo- McEnroe is returning this week from ' Las Vegas, Nov., where she met' her daughter, June, .a student at the university and; brought her to Iowa City where she will attend sum- meif school.-, . : • • ' . • ( Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson are on vacation and have been visiting with Dr. and Mrs. C. N. Fisher at La Porte, Jnd. From there they went to Richmond Heights, Mo., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gompley. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pelersori will have ,as guests Sunday .Mr. arid Mrs. -Harold Anderson, Royal. .- ,,.'. , . . ., -' • • ' Bernadeite Barbaras is visiting with her niece and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Clyde Ridenour, at- Rochester, Minn. • ; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrot! havr0^recentlyibeeh visited by Mrs.* Parro'tt's fparents, Mr. and Mrs; Gilbert Porter, Mystic. Mrs. Mary Olson and Mrs. Lou Hoover and Mary Lou of the Doan vicinity spent -Monday at Britt with Mrs. Hoover's mother, Mrs. Lena Mick. • Mrs. Don Prieskorn is staying in Fort Dodge where the son Mark, 10, is in -Mercy hospital with *rirus meningitis. He was taken there Saturday. Capi. and- Mrs. Jess Reynolds and family came this week from Fort ...Sill, Qkla.,', for a visit ot several .days with Mrs. Reynold's mother, Mrs. W. J. Payne. .Mr. and Mrs. William Geerinc Wad as. guests Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and family Spencer, who helped Mrs. Geering celebrate a birthday anni- verSary. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig, Deanna, Vern and Steve have returned from a -12 day vacation in New York .City and Chicago, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Canzano, and Mr..and Mrs, F. H. Joynt, respectively. Mr; and.Mrs. Werner Sirueck- er and sons Marlin, Danny aha Arlon have returned from a vacation at Yellowstone National Park with stops at Benver, Colo., and'Enid, Okla., with friends and •at Omaha with a nephew, : - A message BJUSTROM'S DAD HE MAY wear a five-year-old hat, his finger nails may need manicuring; his vest may hang a little loose, and pants may bag a little at the knees; his face may show signs of a second day's growth, and his old car may carry a few dents, and he eats doughnuts for lunch, but don't you call him "the old man." He's your father For years he has been rushing around to get things together. Never once has he failed to do the right thing by you. He thinks you are the greatest boy on earth, bar none, even though you burn tires, wear smart clothes, smoke cigarettes, and fail to bring home a cent. He is the man who won the love and life partnership of the greatest woman on earth, your mother. He is "Some" man, and not "the old man." If you win as good a wife as he. you will have to go some, boy. visited frotru Saturday jtill {Mon day by-Mr. an'd Mrs, Elrhet* L\t- tlmer, - Highland, Ind. Fof the past 13 yeard Elmer has been in the 'research department of the Standard Oil Co. at Whiting, Ind. Mr. arid Mrs. Paul /Palmer went to Perry Monday to meet their! daugh'ter, Mrss JafrieS Frit* and little son, Jamesj,6f .Modesto, Calif., who will b'e'he're'ia month. Mr. Fritz is employe^! in construction wdrk and recently- went to Cave-Junction, pre. .< iv ,» ' Doreen, daughter of Mr.» ,and Mrs. Murray Mowers, is spending the week at Mortriwood with her grandmother Mrs. A. ,C.j, Mowers while the parents are &J Davenport visitfng Mr., and Mr's. : Art Hall and also attending a t business meeting at Waterloo. * Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tew, Raleigh, North Carolinai who were married May 31, are .visiting at the home of Mrs. Tew's daughters, Mrs. W. B. Ridge, Algona, and Mrs. Alyin Johnson, ; Hardy. Mrs. Tew is "the former Beata Klatt and will be/remembered here and at Fenton ;by; her~ many friends. Clafk, ft giudent at the Naeve school of nufslftg,. Albert Lea, Minn.,' spent the' >weekfehd with her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Clark. She is located for three months 'at' St, Peter, Minn., taking psyehfatrte train- \f\& J&. and Mrs. Frank Ve*a and grandsons Ted 'and'Joe spent the weekend at the Ted Vera cottage at the Okob6jl8. They had as-guests Mr. and ;3Vtffl. Marlon Bufbank; Mason SKy aftd ' J6ined*vSunday' bH Elmer Phillips, * Mr, ..and Mt their ghmd(fti fy, Clefef', fake, I week iago Sufiday ,whi|ai tlje^ parents Mr. ahd Mrs.-' Johft Duffy were in Chnahaj jNebfpwhen 1 John received ;his'' Jrrfa&jel-S, de-, gree from fcreightdrhtM y^H Mr. and Mrs. ;Ru*s%ll5 Pickeil have' returned frofrt ^J«ah'd' Bland, Nebr. Where 4 they, .visited' with Mr. arid Mrs." Sterling: Logue. They had .taken daughter Judy, •ther'e»'f her vacation here.'She is % ing St. Francis- school pf nursing., , Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hui&I) we're visited Wednesday by Mr," and Mrs. Larry Hutzell, whp were married Saturday, JGjne 10,' at Waterloo. They Were enroute, 'from a wedding trip to Duluth and Minneapolis to their, home at Cedar Falls where .'both''are Students. • '•;'.;' - -, • W- J - Fuller, who fell several days ago at the,Country\Ciub and. broke a hip, was .brbught home Monday from Park hospital, Mason City where he was taken for treatment of the injury. He is getting along nicely but will be immobile a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Peiry Lowtrian were overnight guests Saturday of Mfr, and M Cecil at Albert Lea. Minn., and Sutt« day vent, to Minneapolis tb at- te'im the ' silver , \vedding anni- ve^ary of Mf. and Mrs. Bernard The senior Sperrawt To Observe 40th, Burf - . . arid; Mrs., li W. Nelsdh Weni to west ..tjhion, /Tuesday and-wil) remain till' Pfiday with,Mh and Mrs"* Donfeld NTelsdh. .*fiey/took '- WhO'had Visaed here and with the •grandpareftte. Jtfft'.and Mrs fcmil Pearson, JtiSnritocS. Mf. and ' ttf i • Albert oisor spent the Weekend at Ibwa City and attended the graduation of their granddaughter^ 'Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M; W. Ljhdhorst. They also visited Mr arid Mrs. Dean Olsdri and were accompanied home by the daughters Patty, Cheryl and Linda. •; Mr, and Mrs! Itfariy Studer, of Denver, Colo., Jacqualine and Marlena were guests a week at his .parept's home the Joseph M. Stfcders.'of Algona. Joseph M. S t tuder, his son, Uarry, and wife arid -Dieter Kohl from Frankfort, Germany spe'nt Thursday at St. 'ploud, ^Minn. visiting Matt Koch, liajirerice Papp, Joseph Koch, Henry Koch and Mrs. Marie Bccktolds and Bernice Koch. Mr. and ( Mrs. Studer and Joan . Kay attended the funeral of Mrs. L.ena Pass of Ashton, the former Lean Eisenbacher. , • .• . *-•---..: • FISH ; , •-..-• Wes, Pennington, of Corning caught an 8 pound bass recently at Lake Binder. The catch was reportedly the biggest bass ever caught at the lake., The fish measured 23 inches and was caught on a spinner \yith a 20- pound test line. • mmfiSKr^i.^, — »zxa&xmmamj.i«t* tf} . -,«il»i w y ; Mr. and'Mrs. M. 6.' Richards', former 'residents nof- tone 'Rock who now live at Britt, will observe their fortieth'weddarfe anniversary this Sunday June 18, with an open house from 2 : 4 p.rn. at the Bunt Methodist church., All friends and relatives are 1 invited to attend., Mr. and Mrs. Richards were'married June 22, 1921,and resided in the Lone Rock area' until ithey mbVed to Britt in December, 1960. They have four sons, Kenneth, Lone Rock, Frank, Garner, Guy,Highland, Ind., and Ralph, Kansas'City, Mo;; and eight grandchildren. ; (Nels • Isaiacson Photo-UDM Engraving) \ ' ' car .left the road, went through. 2 guard rails and hung partly. ...•..-••',', . CAR -. : . :.;' .,. Perry R. Wood of Creston escaped injuries recently when ^ ,qver the edge of an : embankment. ••'( r •' f " - i' " " iiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiMiiira ^ ' ^^m, ^tf^^ Just Three more f * ' [ ToTiuy HIS gift!! Fathers .are really: very swell folks. Somehow though, we don't 'get around to telling pop how. much >w« think of him very often. That time is coming. • -•' '_ • • ,. -vv So . . .on Father's Day><June 18), make a big fuss over .him. Let him know what a really grand and glorious guy you think h.e is. Tell him with'your acfions'every day of the year; and with a very special gift this Sunday. ,:• ^-* ','.<' -, INCIDENTALLY .. .if you haven't «.yet selected a Gift for YOUR dad . . . Come in and let us show you the many things we have that are sure to please "the Greatest Guy on Earth" . . just a few selections can be found below: • . -, * - . ,, • ' «•=•<- , -. • • ..... • < t • , VAN HEUSEN The besf of the best ; . .that's what you'll be giving him when his white shirt bears the VAN HEUSEN Mabel ... chooie from either long- $leeve or cool ihort sleeves . . .bur .collection of ,»,uperb men's white shirts Is the : best. m ALL SIZES AND UP WEMBLEY Ties Note: Want to make him feel better on Father's Day? Here's a tip: A good RECLINING CHAIR will do the trick. See them at Bjustrom's from $59.95 up. Large selection — easy terms — established in 19251 DAD'S DAY - SUNDAY, JUNE 18 FUlRNITURE COS 1925 McGregor Sport Shirts You'll get three "Hip, hip hoorays" Sunday morning when dad opens his box and finds a McGRECOR short-sleeve sport shirt . . . we've got knits, ray- ons, cottons and oodles of each. 77" •$. 50 $ 4 00 If you are stumped — let WEMBLEY ties help you ogt . . . we've got 'em by the hundreds with patterns and styles to suit, any pop . .,. buy three handsomely gift- I boxed and 'you'll have a win- ™ ner. ; • . ','_, ^ _' '" ' " " .. Masterbilt Slacks For that »omethlnfl fjwe^ *t*QK M — look over our MAS-;. $ II 7 3 TERBILT StACKS . , , big %J si?e range in cool, cool comfort for the hot monthf AND UP ahead .. .styled like ho likes them. Top selection. OTHERS FROM $2.98 • Bermuda SHORTS More Pops — both young and old -^ are enjoying the t?om» fort of walking shorts these days ... ask any of them ^ they find the best selection •! the HUB. Perfect for outdoor living or just lounging eroymj the House. 98 AND OTHER HUB Steven* Straw Hut* Jantien Swim Trunks Campus Sportswear GIFT SELECTIONS t Sport Coats, Jacket* * Interwoven Sox t Swank Jewelry FREE OIFT-WRAPPINO AUOQNA.IOWA

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