The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1954 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1954
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(Id.) Upper Pet MotoM Tuesday/ Juno 22, 1954 " ' ' "' fMjgMJj^ffm ''*-Vf-i- ALWAYS FIR'S! QUALITY! THUNDERBOLT HOYS Color Gol Felt ; Sizies 6J4-6 7-8 '• }\ jTHuhderbolts Are Sizzling Hot rf.Buy;Erti!i* \ 5 M*I Bathe* Benson «f| Rapids, 'Mlriri., Is visltinl at the, horrte of Mrs James Allen this week. , ' ' _ Mr and Mf» Tom Glmlirt hat a as ho'Usegue'sts this wfcelt, Mf and Mrs Frank Gimlln of East Alton, Illinois, brother of Tom. ' Mfs Osia thomtfsdn was yisllea Wednesday'b>'her ifttef ahfl nephew Mrs M. O, Thompson and Maynar3?6fJEagle Gt&Ve.. > i i Mrs Littyd Keiih .and sons Allen, Stephen and Jeffery of Btirbank,- Cal., arrived Wednesday for a month's visit at the home of her mother, Mrs Nellie Van Allen. , Mr ahd MH James Gutwell at' tended the funeral services last week Tuesday at Ghariton for the former's father Ed 'Gurwell, 86, who had been ailing with a heart condition. Mr ahd Mrs L. C. Hanson ate being visited by the-latter's daughter and son Mrs Maurice Mor- .tehson and Tod of Mason City, who came Thursday and will be here a week. Mrs Ediih McDanel was visited •vSaturday by her sort grandson, "and 'great grandsons arid their families, Mr and Mrs-Archie Me Danel of Radcliffe, Mr and Mrs Merlin McDanel and Debbie of Nevada, Mr &nd Mrs Dick Harmon and Allen of Alma "and Mr and Mrs William Hornbacher of Ames, respectively/ ' Mf and Mrs Hugo Gade and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Gade, Algona, Mr and Mrs Louis Gade, and children of Forest City and Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, drove to Des Moines, Sunday, where they attended the capping ceremonies for student nurses of Iowa Lutheran hospital. Helen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade, was one of those Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase, Mr and Mrs Gail Haase and the respective families and the mother Mrs Carrie Haase were dinner guests last week Sun'day of.Mr and Mrs Harry (Phillips at Jewell, ion-in-law and daughter of Mrs Carrie Haase. Mrs Carrie Haase remained there for the week and Was brought home Saturday by Mr and Mrs Phillips. Mrs Phi.l : lips will remain here with her mother; white- Mr, Phillips : :is, at Sheldon' 'attending ? a hatchery school. father's Bay tflhnil guttfft at the R. E. Lieb Home wete Mr; arid Mr| Adam Lleb. Mt and Mrs John Ototte visited Friday b. URSrs iday by.Mf of.Webiter City. f and Mrs Q, .ONE] yi/EHC: -^0-IDA*; s OLD PULLETS Id Prices! !',_... .., .UlL -J 2- i. ?. PULLETS Per 100? 4-5 WEE! PULLETS Per 100 ... t IMI •--»• •• — -• Several Thousands dfr'THssetSpby Chicks On Hand ^_>.-,*;- .,-...',«. "... " / t'nr*» •»' " - •- -- ^-™*frf*« t • ! - ; - •" • ' -.-- t <".-. We Are Equipped To Dry All Wet Motors i — Any Size, Any Kind. Expert Wiring Service - All Wiring Supplies Expert Electrical Service and Supplies , , fidft of Mf Afld Mfi MOrrlS Qlvehs feturried^Sunday ffom a week at Boy • Scouts camp at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Erttfe George spent the Weekend at Albert City with Mr arid Mrs E. O. Haniels'dn, parents of Mrs Georg. Mr and Mrs, John Grelte had as guests last week Mr and Mrs Walter Peterson and Mrs Fred RaSmussen of Wecota, S. D. Mr and Mrs Frank Siebrii* spent Sunday at Mason City where they visited the latter's daughter, Sister Marie Therese, at St. Joseph's convent. Byron Richardson 'has been visited by his daughter Meredith, Mrs Ed Voigt of Houston, Tex,, and 'upon .conclusion ,of the visit, returned to Houston with hfer for awhile. Mr and Mrs Robert. Dreyer have returned from a two weeks' vacation Spent at Austin, Mlhh., with Mrs Dreyer's parents Mr arid Mrs Otto Oldenberg arid other relatives. , Mr and Mrs Homer Clark took (their son Nickl to the Walther League camp at the Okobojis Sunday. They were accotnpanied by Kay Hardgrove. be in camp a week. Nicki will DRY YOUR BASEMENT WITH A WESTINGHOUSE Dehumidifier » Take Out Dampness - Eliminate Musty Odors No Down Payment Take Up To 24 Months to Pay up Beecher Une Appliances Phone 778 Located In Cowan Bldg. Supply Building Sunday evening guests at the Adam Lieb home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb and family of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs R. E. 'Lieb and JUneAdele. 'The, evening was spent playing cards. Mr and Mrs Gordon Gr'otie, son and • daughter-in-law of Mr and Mrs John Grbtte are expected here from Pecco, Cal., in a short time and will be here to attend the centennial celebration. Kay Hardgrove was visited recently by Pfc. Maynard Rieken who is stationed at Fort .Leonard Wood, Mo. He was here from May 30 till June 11 and a part of his time was spent at Burt with riis parents Mr and Mr Melvin Rieken. Mr and Mrs T. J. Fisher had as .dinner guests Sunday th"'r sons -and., daughters, and families Mr'a'hd 'Mrs Elfrier J Lawsoh Of"! l,aurens, Mr and Mrs .Theodore Tisher of Grenada, Minn., Mrs Say Fisher of .Corwith, and Mr and' MrsSDan ^Fisher, -i- -• | " •'•' h~ ' Irene Corle Was visited, last week' by'Mis E.i 3. Barth'of Port- hnd-3 Or;e.V i ahd - her son. s 'Mrs Sarth : is ^the^former' Helen Delhi arid Jshet 6§d? her •-^family; jlived rielghborHp'the; Corles year agp. it"had been many year's since the women had seen each other. Mr and Mrs John Price and .qhnny of St. Lpuis, ,Mp., .were guests < 'of; MB .and 'Mis, ! Frank. Stebritz frprri 'Tuesday to .Friday Of-;last: week. They 'also accbrn- : tfanied. .Mr ;and< Mr^, Stebritz'to EstheryiM ' -Wednesday v '—*---they visited the'; Charles;! ~ --' "~ '-' has 1 where She had major surgery, a couple of months ago for removal of a fungus growth on the lung a xtery; rare failmerit: She is ^making jrapid recoVery and-her repofts-frorn'the doctors were most satisfactory. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg drove to Minneapolis, Thursday and visited th? latter's sister and brother-in-law Mr and Mrs Jerry Fridell. The, men went to Cable, Wis., the summer home of Mr and Mrs David August, parents of'Mrs Greenberg and Mrs Fridell and^.did some fishing. The Green- bergs returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost have as guests a few days this week the latter's brother-in-law and sister C. P. O. and Mrs Lyle Anderson of San Diego, Cal. They will also visit Mrs Anderson's parents Mr and Mrs Wichtendahl at West Bend and at the end nf the 30 days furlough, will be transferred to Norman, Okla. E. A. Guderian, his son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs D. Guderian and sons, Louis and David of Phoenix, Ariz, visited relatives the Robert Casey and John Bodies families near Lu Verne and relatives in Algona. E. A. and Mrs Guderian had the country store at Galbraith several years before they moved to Arizona about a year ago. Mr and Mrs William Ludwig and Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig were visited last week by Mr anu Mrs Robert Cimzano of Younkers, N.Y. Mrs Conzano is the former Bernice Ludwig, sister of the men and daughter of Mr and Mrs F. J. Ludwig of West Bend. A family reunion was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Arnold Ludwigs at which these families were in attendance. Ninety persons were present. xtoperi and James, sons of Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer came Saturday from Long Beach, Calif., and are on a 30-day furlough which they will spend with their parents. They are on the USS 3rice Canyon which docked Thursday. Sunday, with their parents and -Mrs S. Hamilton, .hey drove to Mason City to se.'; Mr Hamilton at the Park hospital. He had pneumonia some time ago and has not made good recovery, hence js undergoing treatments. Enroute home they stobped in Garner to visit Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer Jr. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney were visited from Thursday tin Sunday by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Don Ludwig and family of Minneapolis. The Ludwigs attended a family reunion Sunday at the Arnold Ludwigs in West Bend. They also spent some time there with Don's parents Mr and Mrs Ludwig and his sister *and brother- in-law Mr and Mrs Robert Con- zano of Younkers, N.Y. Other guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Mahoney were their on-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck and family of Clear Lake and Mrs Mary Nelson, sister of Mrs Mahoney. Mr and Mrs Ludwig came back from West Bend before J ea; ^S for home to. visit with Mr alid Mrs Storck. • ^^ ,, , * < MfS Kathefjne Kensinget who Beferi .F.Schojby to her home at Tama. ; PAutUMf MeMahorV daughter bf Mrs T..B. Simpson i! vJsititt| her 4um Mrs HV I. Hawiey at Ma%6ii City lot ten .days. She went tHei-e Sunday. . . r Mf alid MtS E*rile Georg spent leavirig Thttrsday for Dallas, Tex., 6fi a, vacatlort till after July, 4 tirtiieh they ate spending with Mr§ Georg's brother arid .sister- in-law Mr and Mrs Emmet Daft- lelson. Mr and Mrs Delmar Plaihe, son-in-law and daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Fisch are at Iowa City Where" the former is goihg through the university hospital clinic., Mr ahd :Mrs Frank Vera are being visited'by the latter's aunt Mrs Charles Hageri of Chicago. She will alsO visit the Frank Hagens at Titonka and .other relatives in the vicinity,. ; Mr and Mrs John Gerber and Mr arid Mrs Don Bruellman and Melvirt spent last weekend at Sabitha, Kan., with Mr and Mrs Paul Strahm, son-in-law and daughter of Mr attd Mrs Mrs Bruellman also Viited Her parents, t , Mrs Edwardl Greet! accompanied Mr and Mrs John Mertz of Bode to Council Bluffs last week Monday to attend the funeral services for Guy Burn's,. father of Willard Burns: Mrs .WillaM Burns is'a daughter .of Mr,apd Mrs Mertz.'' * - - ' • • • ' - Mr and Mrs C. A. Gellenfeld are being visited by theit grandchildren Joel and Bruce, song of Mr ahd Mrs Bernell Brunsyold .of Cedar Hapids and Jimmy, son of Mr and Mrs Marion Doriohue Of Eorest City. The Bruhsvold boys Will be here most of the summer and Jimmy will remain till after the centennial • celebration. . . ! • • An ifiVlrtebtale-"animal,i§ "without a.backbSriC IOWA'S ... .it. i. . ^ f Jto . . * JLi/f-.iii^i ' .-£•£& *. • Read The War* Ads ? 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