The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 23
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4*01 t** ft0tfl*JM At Graham's Thursday! Friday! Saturday! BOYS COOL SPORT SHIRTS Brand-New Shipment Of These! «1 Short Sleeved Sizes 2 to 12 COTTON CHENILLE RUGS Two Feet x Three Feet ln;Sfze Fringed Ends Rich Colors PLAID SHEET BLANKETS Measure 60 x 72 Inches Gay, Colorful New Plaids STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE PCS. For Knife - Fork - Spoon - Salad Fork - Soup Spoon ~ MENS WHITE T-SHIRTS 2 For Cool Cotton Knit — Sizes S-M-L WHITE OUTING FLANNEL Yds For 27-Inch Width - For Diapers, Baby Wear GLASS VEGETABLE DISH 8-Inch Diameter — Many With Gold Trim TAN WINDOW SHADES Washable Coated Paper 36-Inch x 6 Feet Reg. 1.19 Vol. PLISSE HALF SLIPS In Cool Plisse S-M-L Nylon and Lace Trim 81 x 108 Inch SHEETS Guaranteed For Not Less Than 100 Washings Cases To Match 39c Each ,• -• : " ; --,', : "i*''' • 'G - • •- . '..-,i™.f-....' v ^'.,:.'. '...... ... :- -4 v -;...• - •>:• "i • 'di" : im : ''£fjnri [ c? I flllrilllS 17-Afgond (la.) Upp«r D«t MdlriM, , thuriday, Jund «, 1957 Four Schools, Opened Monday, Titonka - The daily vacation Bible' school opened June 3 at Titonka*s four churches. Good Hope Lutheran and Irnmanuel Lutheran will have one-half days for two weeks and the Methodist and Ramsey Reformed will have all-day sessions for one week. Classes will start at 9 a.m. Swimming Set The Titonka Summer Swim' ming program will start Monday, June 10, at the Wesley swimmin* pool. The bus will leave at 9 l.rn, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for the scheduled grades and parents of the children will alternate and act as chaperbnes under a program • at r eady arranged. This will cover in eight week period, .omitting lie week of July 8. Lessons will >e completed the week of August 6-10. The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday, June 5, with Mrs 'Geo. Palleson of Ringsted guest speaker. Hostesses were Mrs Art Rike, Mrs Martin Brandt, Mrs Sylva.rt Hanha and Mrs Henry Baade. The W.SiC.S. will meet June 13 at the Methodist Church parlors with Mrs Carl Callies in charge of the lesson and Mrs Homer Downs devotions. Hostesses will be Mrs Harold Gartner, Mrs Clark Miller, Mrs Lester Eden and Mrs Wm. Girard. Mrs Ernest Peterson, Mrs Lowell Bentley and Mrs Wayne Kopperi of Rake attended shower at Barcourt in honor oi Shirley Smith. „ Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and Marie called at the Harm Groen home in Burt Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters were Sunday, guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Rode. Mr and Mrs Cleo Houck of Vincent were Sunday visitors at ;he home of Mr and Mrs J. L. jitermill. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hoye.^and. family, were also callers. Evening callers for a steak fry were Bradford Buffing- oii a,nd family and Mayor and Mrs Louis Nath and family. Tuesday visitors for the evening in honor of Marie Welp's ;raduation were Mr and Mrs Richard Temple and daughters Carolyn and Marilyn of Kamrar, Mr and Mrs Ray Divine, Robert and Margaret, Mrs Fred Welp, Mrs Wilbur Doege and Patty Groen, all of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harvey Work, Pamela, Tim and Junior of Swea City, and Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga and Diane of Titonka. Memorial fay Program Success At Lakota Many Sam Hanks Has Fans In LuVerne Area LuVerno — People in this area were pleased to learn of the nation wide fame that came to Sam Hanks, when he won the Indianapolis annual 500 mile Memorial Day race. His attractive wife, the former Alice Hedrick, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hedrick, appeared on the Ed Sullivan, TV show Sunday evening. Hank won the 500 mile race with a record breaking speed of 135 miles per hour average. Cash und merchandise amounting to about $50,000 wont to Mr Hanks, who drove for the twelfth time in the race May 30. Mrs Hanks is a sister of Mrs Merlon Baker of Algona. Mr and Mrs Lawornec Marty nnd Norman visited Marty's parents, the Rev. and Mrs A. S. Qeckman in Cedar Falls, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll. Mr and Mrs Alvin Hardcopf, Mr and Mrs Guy .Andre, Mr and Mrs Billy Hurdcopf, Mrs Mary Carroll, daughter, Miss Lucille Carroll, Algona attended graduation exercises of Sharon Carroll, at Titonka, Tuesday evening. Guests Memorial Day in the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Hinz were Mr and Mrs Eldo Beckman, Mankato; Mrs Louie Warmer, Fairmont, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Lawrence Stripling and family of B^stherville. Laurel Bentley of Fairfield has arrived for the weekend with his wife and daughter, Dawn, visiting in the Phil C. Lichty home. Wanda Will left Thursday for (he summer with her aunt, Mrs J. J. Gallagher in Seattle, Wash., and other relatives in Portland, Oregon. Mrs Eli Carlson and children, Connie and John, moved Friday to Walthatn, Minn., to join Mr Carlson, to make their home. Mr Carlson moved there earlier as he in partnership with Eldon Marty in a cheese making fac- torv. Guests'the past week in the G. M. Will home were Mr and Mrs Earl McBridc of Morris, 111. Jerry Groh, employed in Estherville, spent the holiday weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Groh. Mr and Mrs Bruce Loewenstein, sons, Wesley and Rollin, of Walnut were Thursday guests in thi^ Dennis CM! roll home. — . The.'.MeWial .Dai? program was waft attended. Hfev. Harlan Kruses^p^-'tha 1 speaker, Paula Buckejfjflailg, ! fcccomp.% nied by Mrs .Jlf¥y -'fteetland.' ' Mrs- Heetlahdr auxiliary president, presented 'the annual history awards to the seventh * and eighth grades. -Those receiving the awards were Dean Mlkkel-' son, Maxine Claytbii' and Sharon Apka, who tied for high with 94 averages. Albert Becker and Larry Becker were the two high in the seventh grade. Following the services at the schfaol.yrniliT tary salutes and memorial sej? 1 ' vices were held at the Lutheran? and Maple Hill cemeteries. Gerald Heetland played Taps and Mrs Mary Zoller and Mrs W. E. Ley placed wreaths. Nary Reding Buried Monday At St. Joe Services for Mrs Mary Reding, 83, of St. Joe, were 'held Monday in St. Joseph Catholic church: Rev. Leo Schumacher officiated and buriaL was in the St. Joe cemetery. Hamilton • Funeral Home of Algona was in cha'rge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Paul Erpelding and Alfred, John B., Ralph, Joe and Peter Reding, Mrs Reding died .at Alta Vista where she'had.been slayifsg With a Daughter and had beeii iUionly « feeir. . ' . " , . • ,, £MShe Was feorh ifl .Luxemburg *August 16,1673, aftd came to the St, Joe area with her parents when she was a young gfrL" Her tmHfria'ge to John Keding,, who preceded her in death 'in 1954, was" fet St Joe. ' 'A S6ri,'HlroM Reding of Bode, v two daughters, Mrs George jBormann,! Alta Vfsta, artd?Mrs Peter Borhia'rtn; Liveftrfdre? '.ten grandchildren and 10 ' great- grandchildren^ Survive. ! 94 In Church; School Program > -, ? • > At Ledyard honor of Aflft'fl birthday. The afternoon was spent playing games and lunch was served. , Mfa M. B. Anderson, Wayne and Caflene, and Parry Lindgren of St. Paul were weekend visitors at- the home of Mr and Mrs G, Burfow and Mrs Etta Anderson. Melva Burrow, who works in Mason City, was also home for the weekend. " - . . Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pingel ,and family of Algona spent Memorial day at the parental, N. A. Ping'el home. . ; Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended the funeral of Mrs Thompson's brother, Edward H. Read The Wdnfi Ads - If HOSPITALS Ledyard Bible schobl • Daily in the Vacation E. and R. Church, with Methodist boys and girls also attending, closed with i fine program Sunday eve. There was an attendance of 94 pupils with 76 having perfect attendance. Those who taught, directed and lped with the school were Rev. t-Vriesen, Mrs Art Runksmeier, Mrs George MacKinnon, Shu-ley Miller, Judy Gilbertson, Jeane Brandt, Ruth Ploeger, Jean Krarhersmeier, Donna Kramers- meier, Janice Wentworth, Judy jjHerzOg, Deanna Wiemer, Karen jDarnell, Sandra Fennema, Glorja Pingel, Beth Johnson and Carol Ann Runksmeier. Handiwork was on display in the basement after the program. Mrs E. A. Carpenter entertained 19 girls Saturday afternoon in May 21 -*• Adarri E. Marty, Lu- Verne, medical; Mrs Kate Bollinger, Fenton, medical. "May 22 — Mrs William Fandel, Whittemore, girl, 9-10; Mrs William Hardcopf, LuVerne, medical. May 23 — Mrs Peter Mertz, Ottosen, medical. ,, May 24 — Mrs John Spencer, Algona, boy, 6-7; Emer Johnson, Bancroft, medical; Theodore Elbert,, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, boy, 7-2V4. May 25 — Baby Michael Diamond, Algona. boarder; Mrs John Volk, West Bend, medical; John Frideres, Bode, medical; Allen Humphrey; Algona, medical. May 26 — Mrs K. J. Mulligan, Bancroft,, boy,' 7-3%; Clarence Barker, .Bode, surgery; -Mrs AJ> thur Obrecht, Algona, surgery: J. T. Prew, Al ...'*• «. May 27 gona, tonsilectomy; Mrs Richard Schmidt, Whittemore, girl; Mrs George Hobbs, Algona, medical. May 28 — Mark Muehe, Wesley, surgery; Mrs Tony Schneider, Bancroft, maternity. w, Algona, medical. — William Reding, Al- On December 27, 1776, George Washington was made dictator of the United States — the, only one we have ever had. • / SULPHUR AND MOLASSES like boiled herbs and sassafras are "remedies" that, once used widely, have now; disappeared, and few even in Ihe older geiieraiions. remember them loo well. Today your doctor's prescription, accurately filled by a graduate registered, pharmacist as 'at Thuenle'*, it the modern and correct way to preserve-Health. . ' . ' ',. 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