The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 14, 1957
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2-Alflena (la.) Upptr D« Mfthwi tfwrtdey, February 14, Plan Trailer House Trip To Florida LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Otto Wille accompanied her sister. Mr rind Mrs Harold Christenscn of Eagle Grove to Kansas City. Wednesday, returning Friday. They went to purchase a trailer house for Mr arid Mrs Christen- who are going on a trip to Florida. The Misses Beulah and Doris Eggleston of Des Moines were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston. Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Arthur Henry, daughters Janet and Mrs Carol Block of Pocahontas, Mrs Charles Nygaard, daughters, Julie and Melissa of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach had as overnight guests Friday their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Berryhill of Superior, Wis. They left Saturday on a business trip to Enterprise, Alabama. While there they will visit the former's sister, Mr and Mrs Ernest Holzafle and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Langbehn of Marshalltown visited Wednesday and Thursday in the home of their daughter,- Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and family. The Blake children, Richard, Susan and Robert, accompanied them to their home, while Mrs Blake is In charge of UKeir dry goodm store and with Mr Blake surgical patient in a Mason City hospital. Billy Hardcopf, local Standard Oil tank manager, spent Friday in Fort Dodge attending a district meeting. Mr and Mrs James Mallory visited Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Verne Heine in Waverly. Mrs Lawrence Mushcamp returned Saturday to her home in Minneapolis, Minn. She had spent the past ten days with her father Mert Barton who is a surgical pati'ent in -the Lutherajn hospital, Fort Dodge. ' Mr and Mrs Ben Seipker of Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon and sons. Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips and daughter Joyce of -Stewartville*. Minn, visited former friends here Friday and Saturday. They, were overnight guests in 'the' Hugh Shirk home* Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer arrived home Friday from a two weeks visit in Lamar, Colorado with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack Baker. Sunday visitors in the Mr and' Mrs Carl Groh home were their friends, Mr and Mrs Ernest Roth of Ruthven. Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton and Virginia visited their daughter *FOR CALF SCOURS' BOLUS KAO-STREP* WITH VITAMIN A • Nationally advertised by —now in sfocH See us for fulj Information As Advertised In Farm and Home Section RUSK DRUG WE SIU V „ AND RECOMMEND SWIFT'S PLANT FOODS BLEHH for corn and other 9 grains ( for vegetables, fruits and $h«r hyfr-vaJu* crops PASTUROBO ... the only plant food made especially for grass and grag?- l T pastures ^ lit in cfefct «w«y A* ArfKWtiiMt I* Th« 'flp ^^p^^jp^ •WF jpf^mjlPP^^' ^^^PMB" Wwley and sister Miss Alice Ann Barton after school Monday at Garner. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn were weekend visitors in the Mr and Mrs Donald Ram- merer home in Sanborn. The ladies are sisters. Mrs Jim Heun and son Jackie of Barnum visited Monday in the Mr and Mrs Earl Barton home. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk had as guests Sunday his sister, Mr and Mrs C. R. Kremenack, their daughter-in-law, Mrs Robert Kremenack and daughter, Erica of Newell. Sunday guests in the Ervin Barton home were Mr and Mrs Joe Heun of Sioux Rapids, Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse, Mr and Mrs Earl Barton and daughters. Mr and Mrs George Schnetzer and children were Sunday guests in the Mr and Mrs Fred Kraft home in Eagle Grove. In the afternoon they attended a woman's bowling _ tournament in which their sister, Mrs Elmer Schnetzer of Renwick was a player. Curtis Chapin, local shoe repairman, enjoyed a visit from his nephew, T. J. Molamphy recent- ly. He is a state biologist with employment on the Mississippi river between Dubuque and Keokuk. He was here to attend a meeting in Tort Dodge. Mrs Albert Schneider, daughter, JaneUe, mother, Mrs Martha Schneider, sister, Mrs Eleanora Eustace spent Friday to Sunday at Arnolds Park in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Sanford Reed and children. Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and three daughters had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ho Buffington and children of Woden and Van Hansen. father of Mrs Brink. Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge were Sunday callers in the Mr and Mrs Hugh, Shirk home. Mrs Cecil Jolliffe entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday for observation and medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Burtis De Nio were hosts to the Bid Nine card club Saturday evening. Guest players were Mr and Mrs Harold, Wolf and Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer. At play of 500 high, Harold Wolf and Mrs Harold Wolf, low, Harold Meyer and Mrs Clifford Holmes, travel, Harold Meyer. The next meeting will be with Mr and Mrs Guy Andre, St. Joe Group Gives Krartiers Farewell Party Si. J0* — Mr and Mrs Clarence Kramer and family or hear Al* gona were given a farewell courtesy when relatives froth here gathered at their home on Sunday noon and a pot-luck din* ner was enjoyed. A social afternoon followed with lunch served before the guests departed, wishing, the Kramers success and hap-* piness in their new community hear Riceville. Iowa, where they plan to move the first of March, having purchased a farm. A gift was given. Those attending were Mr and Mrs John Thul, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and daughters. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family and Mr and Mrs Syl* vester Wagner and family. Charles and Herman Plathe are vacationing in Florida and* plan to spend several weeks in the southern States. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher left Monday for Ada, Oklahoma, where he will replace his brother. Father Blase in St. Joesph's parish there for several weeks. Father Blase plans to go to Los Angeles to accompany his sister ,Bertha Schumacher, back by car. Rev. Father Schneider, O. P. from Chicago, 111. will be here in St. Joseph's parish arriving oh Friday morning to be in charge over r the weekend of services here. Mr and Mrs Therman Pruitt left on Saturday for Kansas City for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders and family were Friday evening supper guests in the Lawrence Kirsch home near Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Tony Becker observed their 37th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 10, when their children and their families came to spend a social evening. Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council, held its regular monthly meeting Monday evening with Peter Becker presiding. Following the business meeting Bernard Thilges, vice grand knight, was awarded the Silver Clover Award pin and certificate for 5 years of 4-H leadership awarded by % fa Bwhsatt and Itottfiiteh jMPttft. Guest Speaker at the K. C. meeting was Attorney Gordon Winkel of Algona. ' • Commute* ifi charge of luftch and social hour werf Sylvester Wagner, Richard fhuL Teftjr Weydert and Willie Erpelding. Former Preacher Son Succumbs Word has been received here of the death of Paul Smiley, 52. Berkeley, Calif, and brother of Dr. Ralph Smiley df Mason City. Paul waa the son, of the Rev. F\ A. Smiley, who was minister of the First Presbyterian church here some years ago. His death was very sudden following a heart attack. He was a director of purchasing supplies for the Naval Base at San Francisco. A graduate of Grinnell College, he had been in the furniture business at Ogden, la. before joining the U. S. Navy in World War II. Surviving are his wife and one son of Berkeley and three brothers, Foster Smiley of Ames; Dwight of Berkeley and Dr. Ralph of Mason City. The Treats Are On Us and Firestone! In Appreciation For The Many Farm Friends of Firestone & Bradley Bros, FRIDAY & SATURDAY - THIS WEEK SPECIAL ATTRACTION - Come And See The World's Largest Tractor Tire, A Firestone Rice-Field Grant. Selling Price (In Case You Want One) — $566.00 Each IHMMHIillllMlMllUIII|ll|lll|MI»IIHIMIIUIMIf|lliHlllHMIIIllllMUMMI(IIMIItllinini1M1lllMIIMMMllMIIMiMIIMIIHIIIIMUIIIIlllMlM(MlUl|ll llllllltlll)lll|IIIIUIM!UIHIIUUll)ll!UllmlJI!lllllllltH1ll!IUIlllll ttUMIIIMUIIIUUllMMIIIIIUllllllllliniHUIIiiiininni IIICUHHMIII IIHHH IMMMUM „„„„,„.,...,„., T? rt$t on* FARMER DAYS " ^^^ ' ' . L J * S ' ^ •" '^^^^ M^M^^ ^^^^^_ m^m ^^m ^^MI B^MI j^+tm*. ••• ___ ^^^^j| tM AND BRADLEY BROS. OPEN HOUSE •4iiiiuiiiiiiiUHimHiUHiimiiMimiHiiumiMMHHIMII'UltHlUHllHI"iHIIIIUlHlHU IMIIIIIUIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIMI MUMMMM • -- * • Two Big Days For Farmers&Their Families FR SAT 15-16 Come Early Stay Late Our Farmers Day "Open House" — with Firestone aad Bradley Bros, your hosts -« will bt open «*»ly wni ept» l»t«. Come any time. Tiwie'U be rw 'felling talk' 'far you <just a friendly |w« days ex* tended in »pps«ciatton of tbt many, many 9994 {arm friendship* for FUetiofts aad ley Bras. No Selling . . . Just A Friendly Get-Together Party!!! (You'd Have To Bend Our Arm Pretty Hard To Even Buy A Tire) FREE COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS (No Limit) FREE BALLOONS For The Kids FREE FIRESTONE AIR MEASURE GAUGE This new exclusive gauge takes all the guesswork out of tractor tire inflation, and by so doing insures longer tire life. We have one tor you — just ask for it! FREE DOOR PRIZES, TOO! FIRST PRIZE PAIR OF FIRESTONE NEW GUIDE GRIP FRONT TRACTOR TIRES SECOND PRIZE PAIR OF FIRESTONE NEW GUIDE LINE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES THIRD PRIZE FIVE GALLONS TRACTOR MOTOR OIL Sir I Everything's going to be "on the house" for Farmers Days "Open House" at Bradley Bros. , . ..with Fires; jwning us as host! Come on one or both ol the special days ... meet and chew the lat with yf«r Irjewls here^ aaltry *o drink «* oul el CQ«W and eat us out 9! Poughnutsl Be sure to register lor oneol^the *hrw sweU Pfta«l — and be sure, too, to get your Free Tractor Tire A»r Measure Gauge. This is to fwan* thtir iojalUts w«HOtft|o4k are just as welcome as the men. So be sure to take time out lor the party — two days at Bradley Bros Ftbfuwy 1$ and 16. Drawing Held 4:00 p.m. Saturday (You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win) House Farmers Open Firestone At BRADLEY BROS, At BAADLIY HHi^^^™^W^^^^" ~ IROS. ays SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1$ You're hvlted All Oay Friday T« Wotch a Factory R&pmmnfal ive At MtfcMtt UNI AWlANCt* DEMONSTRATE ELECTRIC HAND SAW • finds arm and back-aching •awing • Ooet through dretted 2 x 4'i • Spcdal blade* make tough cuts in iron and tteet—ac- curate cut! in plastic*, • Rlp«, croii-cut», jig•aw», copel, hacks, •crolls, keyhole taw*. Precision built. Rugged. 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