The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1961 · Page 13
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.V'l , *. f,, almost YTHING STEEL . , . ALUMINUM . , . RUBBER . . . WOOD .[ 5. PLASfIC STEEL' Vht ttr6ngt:t.uufhltt rtpllr mtterlil ;, IntltlM " ttftyl As written up in READER'S DIGEST and LIFE magazine. A glue for any job and any substance . . Package , ' Aug. 25-Sept;3 Moines ! ,-.....•! . CHILLS 1 LAVISH MUSICAL REVUE Nighti, Aug. 28-Sept. 1 fjOHNNY PULEO and his Har. monica Gang headline the biggest show of the year in Iowa. Two hours of sheer enchantment. Stars of stage, night clubs; TV. Famous Marilyn I Mann dancers, great music, hilarious. comedy, stupendous production num« | bers. Don't miss it. FUN ... THRILLS BIG CAR RACES Afternoons: Aug. 27; Sept. 4 &3 STOCK CAR RACES Afternoon; Aug. 28; High*' _,JA & U)PY 3 RACES Night; Aug. 87; Afternoont > SUPER-MODIF1EQ RACES Afternoon: S«pt. t HORSE RACES Afternoons: Aug. 29, 30 GREYHOUND RACES flight; Aug. M THRILL SHOW Nights: Aug. 26, Sept, 2; ACUrJ noon: Aug. 28 ^ HORSE SHOW Au». ^^-Jif. NATION'S GREAfisTFARiyV FAIR.• . YEAR'S LARGEST FARM MACHINERY SHOW IN IOWA ding manufacturer* return in the Form-U-Rsuna, world's largest tent,, And nearly 60 other exhib ts of the new- M", the lafet »n tan* machinery. Com? m, compare, P|U? VA,',, SHOW SHOW, HUNDREDS OF BIG FEATURES ^ CHILDktN'S UAY rKIUAY, AUG. '.iS LaVorine Blelch Weds Pictured abov«s ar^ 1 lA/ j§. ahd Mrs J&rdld L Skaggs who we; married July'8 alt" 7 s f).itt:"in-St. John's Lutheran church, Hurt. The, bride is the former LaVonne M. Bleich, daughter of Mr and Mrs? Albert Bleich, Burt. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs ^. H. Skaggs, Bozeman, Mont. '•'V. ;< The touplfe is how at home at Hunter's Point, San Francisco, where, the groom is stationed. A complete wedding story appeared in 'the July 13 issue of ithe Algona Upper Des Moines. (Nels Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving) John Thul has been visited by Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, Belle : vue, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller arid, children vacationed in Minnesota last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mbultoi. took, their, daughlter,, Phylll^, 1 s tc, tamp Foster recently.' •'• >' : -£V Mr. and Mrs. Max MRler leff recently for d tew days vacation in. southern Minnesota. Mrs. Irene Spurgeon is visiting her! niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jergenson, at Aurora, Colo. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosher were Visited .Sunday and over-' night by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jorgenson and family, St. James Minn. Rev. and Mrs. Eldon W. Weaver of the Regular Baptist church are on vacation near Memphis, Teriti., visiting with the parent* of each. .' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller were visited last weekend by Mr. 'and Mrs. John Cox, Grand Island, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, Quinby. Mr. ahd Mrs. Fred Kent. Jr. Bruqfe and Kristy went to the Okobojis recently and Kristy was left there for a two week vacation at Camp Fostsr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe and children spent Sunday ai the Okobpjis with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt. This Saturday they spent the day at Clear Lake Mrs. Robert Gillingham and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Erdmar are being visited this week by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chastain David, Stephen.and Cheryl, Mi ami, Okla. Mrs. Lfeighton Misbach and Mary returned last week from Des Moines where they had spent a month with the former's mother, Mrs, E. A. Carlson, who had undergone eye surgery Wayne Ford came Saturday from Iowa Falls to take home his wife and children, Michelu. Steven and Lance, ^who had spent the week with the par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mprck Sv are being visited by their grandson, James Greer, son of Mr and Mrs. D. D. Greer, Minneapolis, and Jiis friend, James Allison, also of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeiglet are being visited by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sparks, Denver, Colo All are spending this week in a cottage at Lost Island Liake. They have also been visited by Wayne Zeigler, Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman Sr., have has as guests Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, Jr., Dodge Center, Minn. Sunday evening they were supper guests pf Mr and Mrs. Leo Lallier at Ventuva. Mrs. Bowman, Sr., and her daughter, Mrs. Roger liadig wove supper guests of the Leo Lal- licrs the following day. Mrs. Nancy Morrall end granddaughter, Caroline Le Vier, Tor- rencc, Cafif., and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrall and family, Armstrong, have returned from a vacation of a week at Pint- River, Minn. Caroline is a daughter of Mi', and Rirs, Harold Le Vier, formerly of Humbfaidt, and Mrs. Al Agena and Mrs. Dick Meyer recently attended a convention at Purdue Univ., Layfette, Ind., delegates from the local Presbyterian church at the meeting of _ United 'Presbyterian Women. , . . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright, Santa Monica;\Caiif;i Harry's sis- -,ter.«Fraiices, .... Wright arid -fHe'rid Haje'l Brooks, Eagle, Grove, "visited with Mr. and Mrs. .-Andrew Hansen arid Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leffert one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman were visited last week by their son Keith and Mr. and Mrs, Gideon Kaldun, Minneapolis. Thf^ visitors and the J. I. Merrymant and James Merryman and family spent the weekend at the Okobojis. Rev. L. E. Vogel and his wife, the former Gloria Gerike, have moved from St. Louis, Mo. to Baltimore,' Md. The former recently completed his theological studies and now, having peen ordained, has been given a Missions Place. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer and Joy Ann were dinner guests Saturday evening at Mr. and Mrs, Benjamin Meyer's at Lone Rock, joining Mr. arid Mrs Richard Meyer, Vinton, who haa come to attend the Tapper family reunion Sunday at the fairgrounds. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Knocht and Cheryl spent Sunday at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs. Roman Knecht, to w h o m a daughter Julia Ann was born five weeks ago. Sunday evening the local Knechts visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Banwart, also at West Bend, • Mrs. D, D. Monlux had as weekend guests Dr. ahd Mrs. William Monlux and Mrs. Louis Nelson, Ames. Mrs. Nelson is the former Edna Cole, well known here many years ago and her Husband, also an Algonan, practiced veterinary medicine a$, Ames some time ago. Richard Thoreson is at Minneapolis for two weeks at the Wold-Chamberlain air field and duty with the marine hdl-,, Dedication Of Post Office Set, Ringsted Ringsfed — ' Ringsted merchants are planning a special day Saturday, Sept. 9, xyith the dedication of the new Ringsted post office.' Postmaster Norman Wilberg is planning, the» dedication program \Hlh a band; concei 1 1 by the Ringsted high school bantt from ; 1:30 to 2 p.m. An open house will follow a short program and busifiesshien • $111 sponsor a watermelon' feed. Mr and Mrs Merle Cttlbertson have concluded a two wdek vacation with their daughter, Sylvia, who is empldyed W American Airlines in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larson pi Mason City visited Wednesday and Thursday with 'th£ former's sister, Mrs Marie Lavidsori. Mi;s Olenn Oberg and family of Angus, Minn., Mrs Jim Millci and Karl of St. Paul, Minn, are 'visiting this week at the home of ..their sister, Mrs Carl Knapp. Mrs Hettry HofBauer df BUf- falo Center has been helping al the home of her daughter, Mi's Gary Meyer. The Meyer's be. came parents Of a daughter, Doi> rainfe Cdrfal, July 9/ S. J. Lund, accompanied his son and d&ughtei»-in-lawj Mr and Mrs Harry, Lund of Swe'a Clljr tc. Fayette We'drtfesday wHcfe-they attended tttfe funeral of Delbcri A. Stevens, 49, •Who died Sunday at his home of a heart attack .Mr Steven's daughter, Kay, became of the bride of Dennis Lund of Swea ,City July 1. Mr and Mrs Ralph Riedel attended an Underwood family reunion at Spirit Lake Sunday and met their daughter, Mrs Herbert Underwood and family of Omaha, Nebr. there. Jimmy and Jerry Underwood returned here with their grandparents for a we.ek's. visit. The Little Blossoms club went on a flower hunting -expedition July 25. Mrs .G. J. Jehsvold accompanied the girls, and identified the specimens found by the girls. Mr and Mrs John McMahon of Marseilles, 111. are visiting at the John Wiley home. Dpn Wilson of Santa Ana, Calif, is visiting- at the home of the Leonard Torkelsons. Mr and Mrs Wm, J. Hansen and family of here and the former's mother, Mrs A, M. Hansen of Armstrong motored to Kansas City, Mo. to take Mark McCunniff to his home after he had spent several we%ks;:b,et.e^ ;;.. Mr and- Mfs^.O^e ISfagrman and family of Cairo, Mo. haw concluded a visit at the parental Earl Cronk home at Armstrong nftd AfcHh his mother, Mrs Bessie Cordefman her& Mr arid MM Jack Schultz aha Snarl Lynn of .Phberiik, Ariz. ar« visiting at the' parental Lawr' erice AH'dSrsoh Horn's, ' Mr and Mrs Roger ChristenSefi d family of NoUhridge, Callt. are \fisltlng at the parental T. tl ChHstehsen home. Mr find Mrs Rdbert Scdtt ahd sort of Ankeny rirb also guests at the parental hbme. '''•]•' . ' ' : Mrs Jai.^etefsen of Santa . . Bartiara, Qallf. ha$ .concluded a f hwttiay, Augwf 8,1981 Aljanei (la.) Upptr D« visit at the home of Her parents, on a flat area, beside the high* Mr And Mrs H. tt, Wjlberg. ffiUCR When the left, front tire blew out, driver Clarence P. Kramer of Dubuque thought, about jump- Irtg from the truck loadtd with 04,000 pounds of. gas cylinders filled with o'xygeh &nd a'cetyleno gas recently. 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Program ulso in* eluded birthday sung for Mary Margaret McDonnell and Cart>] Anliker, and talks by Mary Mur- and Barbai-a Drone, deanonstralions by Diane Dogotcn Jackie Detrjck and Linda AcUuns Crying out at night js a p<?- tuliar cnaracteristic of children Will' be here "till uucl-yepteaiber. with tubertuluiis ol the iow NBC.-TV AUGUST 8 SPONSORED PY UNITER STATES A9SQClATi9N,

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