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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 6, 1954
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, Large Stock of REPLACEMENT .1 PARfS;i On Hand ;Ffoni|9t i Service .: AfAllTtmes . t • 1 I '' j 1 , *' i Service fftdtpW Available' For, Emergency Use IfPRATT ,, ELECTRIC CO. Phone' I/O " Algona, la. Kossuth County's Centennial year is bringing me many new experiences.- First ;there was an entirely new type of writing for the Ceiitehnial Revue, then £ couple of sessions on radio anc today (Thursday) there was the trip to Fort Dodge for a television interview on, Station KQTV* In spite of graVe forebodings, it honestly didn't hurt a bit!' • • .-••* . *. *"v " It was really the Revue's Can Can dancing girl's show. I mere ly went along to fill in spae while th'ey'caught'their breath In between dances. And, .of cours to get in some plugs fpr';the Rev ue. It was my first trip to a TV studio and I found it fascinating We thought we were to appear a 3:30 so" we arrived at half-pas two. -Then we 'found that ou time was more like 4:45 so I spen the interval being nosey. The •staff , at KQTV is, very friendly 'and' they -dsked irtie ,t<5 [invite you doWri to visit? them any *\me you" are in 'Fort I)6dg6;; t] \ \l eader bf this Gampfire group was Trudy's mother. Mrs Chester ,ong who is at present, Craft ounselor at a private dude ranch amp and,enjoying it very much. *- « * 'TrUdy's tfteJher, Chic 6t "Jun. or" Long is a Lt. Col. ift the Army Intelligence Corp and located in* the European theater- Rome, at present. Trudy's husband, Wally Clow, is busy with a position as Sales Manager for^a backing company and their children are Sue, in 9th grade and Scott, 11 and Tim, 8. -. Trudy is wondering If Ruth and Harry Krogh are coming for the celebration. She says, "Our family felt very deeply <the loss of Ruth's mother, Mrs McKee recently, ;our family's having all lived In San Francisco at the same time during the war." •..•••• ' « * v * this week's recipe is for 4n Ice/cream'pie, but it'll be called Television .Pie at our house for it's from 'Eve's kitchen. This ,is a refreshing dessert and you do not heed to heat the oven for Crust: : 1 cup Graham cracker crumbs 1 cup Ginger Snap, crumbs 6 tablespoons granulated suga: ' V4 lb. stick of butter. Melt butter, add crumbs am sugar and blend thoroughly. Pa into a pie plate. Chill thoroughly For' the, filling, scoop alternat rows of three flavors of sherbe ntb the chilled crust. Orange LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mr Donald Nelson and tfr^and 'Mrs 1 Harold ifopp'e of This Summer With Chrysler Airtemp • Room' ' Air Conditioners All Vital Benefits of Air Conditioning) . . ,,. ' Eve's Kiichen'is 'a pdtfular feature of 'the I statidrt. ', ?EVei is Mrs Subehstein, thfeSwi,dpWi of, a former Fort Dodge Messenger Editor.' ]Stte has la real 'kitchen set up iri :the studio ; aiid' iri. fepite of this being a ;sta'g6 r set j%fust,like a kitchen ',at; hbirife^ i Thfe refrigerator has Iqts of I6bd in it, and I know for certain) that ithe staff raids ; iti for shdcks, |Eve was making .a pie' for- the' day's show and we; chatted: iaS tslie worked. Indidently, I got ; the; tecipe for this week's columhi 1 ^ ; . ;' • We i found several >nulual ac quafritartces— Marie D u "on and Linda 'ClapSaddle! wjib f i have ap- pearediori the ,Shb*ri and (Cecelia Sullivan, i Beeche?! Laite jwalked in, dressed ;ih: his 'Centennial getup 1 and' Mads Christiansen; watched Eve demonstrate the.'Value of a rival brand of milk. Charles Miller was' waiting for a latei appearance on a commercial pro gram. ^ • .• ^« ' • ; ! The TV microphone is over th "victims" head so you .hardl; realize you are speaking into 11 There is a monitor set so that you can see how you look on TV. You are not. supposed to keep looking at it. I took this advice so much to heart that I didn't steal a single glance. Now I am dying of curiosity. Our kids said Mamma was all right but I caught it for not mentioning' their Barnes., rineapple and lime were the ones 2ye 'used,' but you ,c'an think up rour own. Serve immediately. ?he ginger snap's in the crumb rust take this pie out of the m- _ GRACE!> ; Unldn- Itfarrte, 'Sunday and ,.»^J. till Tuesday; at the Erml ^erstirt', horne., The Nelson chil* dreri, wW «haVe : speftt; the last wo- ftfceW visiting 'their grand- Barents, returttfed.home with them and Mrs Smil, Pefsbrt.also returned home with them to spend the week, Sunday the Donald Nelson family, Mr and Mrs Harold Toppe. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby of ,edyard, Mr 'and Mrs I. W. Nelson of Algoha, August .Bernau and girls of . Hammerstroni anuj >iMya. . """ Selma Hamm^rstrofri, Mr and Mrs Richard Behrehds and-family, the Emil Person f 1Jamil? I enjoyed a picnic dinner ai Tuttie Like Sun- lay. - .- * • ' •"".,' i , . ' , Mary Lou 3- Presthds 'of • Burt spent the .Weekend with .Janice Bierstedt.: , Mr and 'Mrs Martin Peterson'i of ; Armstrong Visited Friday afternoon at the Delmai Fischer hbme.j \ :r |' Mr 'ah'd Mrs .Dames'Walker 61 Algona, Mrs'Rose Kraft were Sunday supper guests at the Clarence Kraft home. George Windrow and Theodor Ervin of Richland, Montana visit ed -Friday at the Frank Meye home. v x Mr and Mrs Dale • Schroedei Mr and Mrs Henry -, Schrpede vere Sunday. dinner guests at the jr,,,,A,vT;Yr.nwmfin • home: at -,Al- isited Thursday evening at the larold Berkland home in Fenton, unday evening the Bierstedt's ttehded . the Friedrich - Foster weddine and reception. Mrs Wm. Nelson - and Lillian .jdnt Wednesday afternoon at the laymond Nelsbn home in Luferne. Friday"they were dinner (uests at . the Alton Hurlburt ranie 'at Corwilh and Sunday they Visited at the Maynard Kueck home in Algona. attended funeral services fo* Howard Griffith at Mason City on Wednesday. Last weekend guests at the Schneider home were Mr and Mrs Vern Vesterby of Chokio,'Mirin.' ' On Friday a week ago Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards met Mrs Al-.- bert Barton and children of Marysville, Tenn., and Mrs A. S. Barton of.Dallas Center at Dolh- ver Park in FOrt podge where Berniece Larsen OfSweaCity Weds, June 26 Swea City — Berniece Larsen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Larsen of, Swea City, became the bride of John Koster;Jr., son o1 Mr and Mrs''. John Koster o: Round Lake, Minn., at Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City on Saturday evening, June 26 at 7:3U o'clock, •• v ',, -i „ ..'', , ,• The- double -ring candlelight cerempny was performed by the Rev A. M) Youngquist., Preceding the ceremony Lor raine Youngquist sang.' At the close of the ceremony Gary Gabe sang "The> Lord's Prayer." . The. bride> given in marriage by ther iather, wore a gown o lace and, nylon tulle fashionec with a lace bodice,-tiny lace Pete Pan collar, and long sleeves com ng:tp a. point over the-hand. , T -PAjjUiii:*iMr! t tlATUtti i i ny wit .IVTou.- controlr4he comfort,, zone when you-.own.a Chrysler Aur- Rdom Air Conditioning unit. It cools, filters, circulates, venti- Nlalea and also dehumidifies —• all In one single operation — when you are resting, working, or having your friends in for that evening gathering. For a free estimate on cooling rour home with a Chrysler Air- lemp Room Air Conditioner see Algona Plumbing & Heating Co. Phone 1137 Rear of Consumers >TheSe' Can Can dancing, girls are becoming'famous* They liaye danced for : Rotary, Kiwanis, Shriners and several other local organizations. Tomorrow they go to Mason City to appear Queen Elizabeth earls and rhlrtest< Bwelry T was a, rh, .,. ice and earrings, a^gift; iridegroom. ^ .; 3 'J ^ . f Attending the bride wasjiet sis. er, Mrs Russell ,Rpba of, Elrtiore 1 , on KGLO-TV and later in the month they have been invited to Spirit Lake. There are twenty of these girls all pretty, cute and fulTof energy. They need to be'for "ust one session of those Can Can icks and flips would lay me out or a month. Their parents also eserve a word of appreciation or much time has been given, n costume making, and trans- ortation so the girls can per- orm. _._ Moxley. who had charge jf all the dances .'-lor the Revue s a wonderful asset to our town She's spent hours of her time on rehearsals and arrangements for .he girls and has been a 'good friend to them besides. • With characteristic modesty, D e n claims the 'girls did most of th work in choreography and m struction while she just stood by But I know better._ It is hard to realize that by "the LAKOTA NEWS The Farm Bureau Homemakers meeting will be postponed one Week so will be at the Charles Gutknecht home July 15. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman to Eagle Grove Sunday to the Ed Allen home. Mrs Wort- mari stayed there to assist her s*ister in the care of Mr Allen who; has been critically ill for a long time. . , Miss Delia Winter of Lincoln, Neb, is spending about 3 weeks with, her sister, Mrs Carrie William?, j '„• {•',' The Vernon Smith family drove to Clear Lake Sunday where they met Mr and Mrs Russell Rugg of Cedar Falls and had a picnic dinner together. Shirley and Janet Smith accompanied Mr and Mrs Rugg to their home for a two week vacation. • Mrs Laura Adams returned to her,,hp'rne in Waterlop, .July 7th after-a! ten,day. vacation with her mothfer 'Mrs^.Zylphia ILester and Tuesday, July 6, 1954 Algona (la.) Uppaf Van Mr and ? Mrs '.Lawrence . .auett, and Larry of Parkersburg, pent several days last week visit- ng Mr and Mrs'Dale Schroeder, he boys being buddies *n Korea. Dickie O'Donnell- spent 'Wednesday tiU Saturday with Marvin Broesder helping him celebrate ma ~*~ &nd girls spent ,iu7dayat'.the"Donald Gross home Mrs H. A. Holmgren visited°wTth an aunt, Mrs Frances Ho Well at Rutland Sunday. • Mervi^ phristensoij attended a >ld! day ^with i a I pittnc' dinner at thV Grin JohhsOri 'farm Saturday at Harcourt, la., with an ms P e y ctipn oJtthe Johnsto Polled Hereford < nerd. ( Mr and Mrs Afred ' Schipull vs . home at LuVerhe and Bobby Boge of.-Fort. Dodge -returned home with them for a few day* Callers last week at the Louis Broesder home were Mr and Mrs Merwin Walker, DerVood Wai ker Rev. C. E. Nordine, Clai. Boliinger, Owen Berhow, Phylli ° MrfTIrhma Hurlburt .and girl visited' Thursday 'night at th Clinton Rath home. Saturda Elle'h celebrate 'her Sundav < afternoon, Mrs , Sh3 Mis H ; att'i4 Shaser, Mrs . , i The bridegroom was attended jy his cousin, George 'Koster of lound Lake, Minn. Ushers were iarvey Larsen, Swea City,, and Srnil Larsen, Winthrop, Minn. Bothers of the bride Alber . Martha ]Rath, Mr'dnd Mrs La- Hricellattf and! John visited at th4Hurlbu>thome. Sunday Mrs Hurlburt and girls called at the, HenrjWSchroeder home. g^ 1 fW and Mrs Alvin Bumgatre and Marjorie-of Burt called Sunday evening ..dt the Alfred Schi- 11 Y-C^i™ n ' . :steT'=Mr|jAhrend'Hahl Mrs'Herrrian: Jutting,and Judy eturned !thej 27th frota a two veeks vacation in Stockton, Cal., vith her brothers, William and on. Mrs-,Wayne<Heetland subs- ituted fo Mrs Jutting,, in the 'armer's Trust and Savings Bank. Mr and Mrs Howard, Randall nd children Concluded a 2 weeks risit with relatives' in this vicm- ty -and left for their home in alenburn, N. D., June 26. Miss Geraldine Jansen was honoree at shower Monday evening, June 21 at the home of Mrs Jerry Ukena who was as- isted by Mr> Charles Gutknecht. Emma and Lena , Gutknecht had as their supper guests June 23- Mr and Mrs Howard Randall and family of Glenburn; ;N, D. and Mr and Mrs Charles Gutk- .... and Mrs Virgil Smith and three boys of St. Peter, Minn, visited Wednesday with his parents Mr and Mrs J. 'E. Smith and that evening attended a birthday anniversary fbr his'sister, Mrs Herman Jutting. ' ' ,',,.. Mrs'J. H. Whalen returned to her home in Des Moines 'Monday following a few days visit with Mr and Mrs J. H. Warburton. >Mr and MrS'J.'E.-Telkamp lef June 25 for Fort Dodge where they were to meet a sister of> Mi Telkamp, Mrs Jessie Snell of Morris, Minn. , •They were'then to accompany'the Earl and*Ertlr Anderson families of Fort Dodgi to- Yoncalla, Oreg6n tO' visit* M Telkamp's brother Herman; s • .Mr and Mrs S. P. Powers let they enjoyed a picnic together. Mr 'and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and sons were Sunday evening visitors at the Harold Sundet home at Algona. Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton and family visited at the Dale Weber home in Humboldt on Tuesday evening to see relatives of Mr Newton, Mr and Mrs Elton VanWinkle_ and family of Albu^ ...» Reno Woodwick and Ricky of Lanmore, North Dakota, visited from Tuesday until Saturday at the Chester Mr an^Mrs Frank Jolliffe of Humboldt and their daughter and soh-in-law and family Mr and Mrs R. C. Simpson and children Jeffery and Linda of Cleveland, Ohio, visited at the Knut Oppedahl home Wednesday evening. Mr. and .Mrs Eugene Hofius spent Sunday at the home of their daughter._and son-in-law Mr and _ _ Jett and sonT Alien and Brian of Seattle Wash, arrived Friday at the H Hellickson home. They left Saturday morning to visit in Chicago. Their sari Allen remained cipating in field maneuvers in Germany with the 97th Signal Battalion. , ' _ Connors ; is non-commissnoncd officer in Charge of the tape relay center in the Wire Operations Company of the battalion which furnishes 11 types of communications services for Seventh Army units. A veteran of nearly 20 years' Army duty,, he was'stationed at Camp Gordon, Ga., before arriving in Europe during October 1952. '-.»,« Connors is the son of Mrs P. A. Lonergan, 201 First st., Mason City. . HIGHEST A former Waverly resident, ack Wright, claims to own the lighest greenhouse in the United States. It is 8,500 feet above sea evel, located at Buena Vista, Colorado. And he heats it with atural hot water which bubbles up from nearby springs at 150 until they' return in a few days for him and to visit here. Mrs Hellickson and Mrs Jett are sisters. Sunday 'evening visitors a the Hellickson home were Mr anc Mrs Alvin Fosse] and family- o Thor and Mr, and, Mrs Oscar Op pull home. , Sunday dinner guests at the time this column appears, the AT THE END OF YOUR ROPE Financially, lhat is? Why not start saving a small sum from your weekly earnings, putting it in a Home Federal savings account, and watch it grow into an amount that will always be on hand, come what may. Wome Federal adds earnings on your money twice a year, tool ( Why not start inw very week I NOW PAYING M% Accounts Insured Up to $10,000 Home Federal Savings & taut AwosWion Since 1917 AI|fH«P* l»Wff Revue will be, for better or worse, all in past history. .It Will be strange not to have some detail connected with it worrying me as it has been since the middle ol last February. However, its been exciting and lots of fun. I do hope the injuries thai have haunted us are over for the duration. It began when Del Carver of our music committee broke ms leg late in May. A flat from the stage set fell over on our direc- jrfEmmy Marble last week, hit er on the head and she twisted er ankle badly in the ensuing all. She got right up and pro- eeded with her directing but it must have caused her many hours f pain and discomfort. At one u f the rehearsals a Firelassie missed the edge of the platform •md danced right off onto the •round and Joel Harris of the Haggard surveying scene is sport- H ng g i broken thumb. Then Bobby Following the ceremony, a reception for 200 guests-was held n the church parlors. The three- tiered :wedpling dake, decorated n the bride's colors of orchid and green, centered the serving table. Mrs'Henry Sohn, Lake Park, and Mrs C. W. Nielsen of Armstrong, cut and served -the wedding cake after the bride and groom had cut the • first piece. Miss Macy Re 5 d,:Spirit Lake, was m charge of the guest book, miss Arlct Cherland, Burt,, Miss Joy Ditswo?th; Swea City, and Mrs Dean Rush, Round . Lake, opened and displayed the wedding gifts. " Mrs Reuben Larsen,'Armstrong and Mrs Leonard Steen, Ringsted, aunts of the bride presided at the coffee urn.. Circle I of the mission aid served,the light lunch The bride is a graduate of the Swea City, high school and Waldorf college at Forest City. For the past five years she has been teaching, four of which have been It Lake Park, Iowa. The.bride Wallace Me Arthur ..home were Mr and Mrs Mike Karmis, Mr ahd Mrs Alvin Wiese and family, Ethel Walker all of Lake Pa Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Wallace Me Arthur attended a birthday party dinner for. A. A. Dreyer attended the Friedrich-Foster wedding and'reception Sunday evening at th,e Lutheran .church in Tenton. NEED PRINTING? .GOOD ivork at fair prices at the Upper 3es Moines Pub. Co. r Algona. KJWA'SV ^^f ftdfc ^^ CCEAR LAKE~"O"WA PH. July 9 Six Fat Dutchmen Old Tim* Sat. July. 10 Al Menke and His Orchestra Sun. July 11 . WOODY HERMAN and the new third herd . featuring Dolly Houston lAdm. 1.81. plu» tax. loll. 1.80 Wed. July 14 Teenage Dance 12 no .o Ugona were Thursday evenin isitors at the parental Olive <inseth home. On Maneuvers In Germany BOEBLINGEN, GERMANY— Sergeant First Class Ne;li W- Connors, 49, whose wife, Alice, ives in Whittemore, la., ,is parti- Worming lima mean* It's time for Dr. leGeor't Hog Worm Powder ... the on* warmer thot'i lafe, sure and easy fa use. Millions of hogs have been safely wormed wHh Dr. teCSear'i Hog Worm Powder. Or. UOw Midicim Co. St. ton!$, M?. with DR. "GEAR'S HOG WORM POWDER THi SAFE EASY WAY... MIX WITH SLOP OR FEED Buy DR.LEGEAR'S HOG WORM POV/DER from Honsbruch Drua, Algona Lonergan's Drug, Whittemore 1 . Moilensen Products Co., Swea City g. Bv Pratt Drug, Burt Plum Creek Elevator Co., Route 2, Algona Robinson Produce, Algona Robinson Produce, Wesley Welp Drug Store, Bancroft cently called 'into service, havin received his doctors education un der the R.O.T.C. plan severa years ago and is now being trans ferred to Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. He has a rating of Captain. At Algona implement Co. ONE COMPLETE The'Howard Bierstedt family OttosenNews Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson and their daughter and son-in-law Mr and Mrs Nick DeFrancisco of Des Moines, returned a week ago Saturday after spending a week at Pequot Lakes, Minn, on a vacation fishing trip. Mr and Mrs Ivan Schneider groom was graduated from the Round Lake, Minn; high school and attended Worthington Junior college. He spent two years with the armed forces, and since that time has been engaged in farm- in Following a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home on the bridegroom's farm near Round Lake, Minn. ' U-D-M Classified* Pay Dividend! ind School U1UJVI-*. "•• *•«••—• — - --- • . John Spencer, Jr. of •the ol Scene turned up with Mohawk haircuts. These may not considered as accidents . by some people, but they look mighty disasterous to me. There was a fine lette* from Gertrude Long Clow this week. Trudy says they had planned to be here for the Centennial but their move from a small California town to Fresno has change their plans. She says, "Centen nials are above all else, pursuant to memories. One begins to remember people and, occasions you haven't thought of for years/ She wa« wondering jl W^ . Pewe! Croissant would be back end Doris Long Pitcher. She says she would love to have her old roup together. J»B Ive the far- G?>* Morrow would be greatly jni8se4- The Stop Taking Harsh Drugs for Constipation Avoid Intestinal Upset! Get Relief This Gentla Vegetable Laxative Wayl For constipation, n««r take hush drag*. They came brutu cramps and griping, disrupt normal bowel action, make repeated dosw teem needed. Wben you are temporarily cpnjd- patof, sftuirt but fftitli relief—without lilts, without barsh drugs. Take Dr. Caldwell's Senna Laxative contained w Syrup Pepsin. The extract of Senna w D*. Caldwell'* is out rftta fiutt *<Uw4 kxatiw known to medicine. Dr. Caldwell's Senna Uxative tastes good, gives gende, comfortable, satisfying relief ojf tempptuy coastipauoa for every member of the family. Helps you gee "oo schedule'' without re* peated doses. Even relieves stomach sourness that constipation often biwgs. Buv Dr. Caldwell's. Money back if ij&fied. Ma bottk m &* 230, HERE'S HOW TO PRESERVE GRASS SILAGE Sargent's Sweet Silo Lumps WE RECOMMEND 50 IBS. OF SWEET SILO LUMPS PER TON OF SILAGE All farmers know that when green forage of any kind is placed in a compact mass in the silo, that within five hours or when all the oxygen is exhausted, the development of the necessary mold stops. Eventually rotting on- gins. Sugar in some form must be supplied Jo produce s quality silage from legumes or grasses. AUalf? and clovers contain practically no sugar. Therefore, it must pe introduced into the silage. Sargents Sweet Silo Lumps are a preservative to produce a quality silage. Made of molasses, they are very high in sugar. Used at 50 Ibs. person of silage, they insure a .quality silage. $65 PIR TON On Sale Also hi Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co of Fomous Sargent LUBRICATION FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE ——— ' • , With Any One of the Following Service Operations Motor Tune-Up Balance Wheels (4) Hydramatic Adjustment Reline Brakes Major Brake Adjust Grind Valves Pack Front Wheels Clean Carburetor Front End Alignment Flush Cooling System We're rapidly building up the beat automotive service department in Algona . . . and we want you to lei us prove it to you ... so why not come out today and get your free lubrication job. With summer days here and the Centennial celebration over, you'll be getting ready for lhat vacation. You'll want lo know thai your car is in top operating condition for the trip. Let us do Ihe job and give you peace of mind on the open road. We have skilled mechanics in every department, and a service manager that will have your car serviced the way you want it and will like it. Worth special .nention are our hydramatic experts. They're tops in the field. They'll make it well worth your while to have a free check on your hydramatic. Working properly, your hydramatic can save you many 'gallons of gas and give you trouble-free performance. Drive in today ... no job is too small or too big) DON'T DELAY! ACT TODAY! OFFER GOOD FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY! p JUgona Implement Co. Pontiac - Cadillac - International Phone 1407 Commercial Street

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