The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1954 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 17, 1954
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August 17,1954 Igona tipper August 17,1954 Lone Rock Has Community Picnic, Program I X ' „ * .. ,,-, .._., _. ' _ . .:,_.,*..* - • - -. — - ....-..'-— - -•• - -• .. *r - . :,,.. - i ,i i ••— , -• i ,., n .11 .„„.-...,—..- I,.*. —. ^%l| 4 J% • 1 TftCTtfBLE Four .year old Celeste Johnson, of -Gliddeh, has been leading a hard life lately. First she put a grain of corndn each^ar, requiring hospitalization, Back from the hospital, she ddme tfb,wn .with the FATAL * r» a rmt* , i • , A broken leg has proved fat^l, to eight year old Ronald Meier; .; 'sifter - the fracture, he passed mumps.. Both sides';'of-course; } of' Fredericksb'urg. Two weeks a\vay, the result of a blood dot following surgery, in th,& hospital at Sumner. ADVERTISING* in the Algonl Upper Des Moines reacnes more families in Kossuth county thaq any other publication. BOYS' WOVEN COTTON GINGHAM SHIRTS , Sizes 4-18 Dramatic, eye-eating plaid patterns, in large and small blocks for boys from kindergarten to high school 1 • SANFORIZED ' • WASHABLE. The Penney label is your quality guarantee. Long Sleeve • Boys'Flannel Shirts '?? -----1.29 • Boys' Flannel Shirts 5?i e Boys' Gabardine Shirts ££ ... 1.98 1 BOYS 7 COMBED COTTON UNDERWEAR T-SHIRT ;- .,..5^; :39c BRIEF ;:;; 49c VEST Fine quality combed cotton briefs, vests and T-shirts; Nylon reinforced collarette. Briefs have elasticized waistband and elastic in leg openings for non-binding comfort. THE PENNEY LABEL IS YOUR QUALITY GUARANTEE. NEW BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHIPMENT! RUGGED, RELIABLE ' X > v * ' . ' •• , •• ^ t- fady for Anything! 49 98 BOYS' SCUFFLESS TIP Oxfords _i, „, An absolute "must" for every boys' shoe wardrobe. Built to take the hard wear young fellows can give! Interflex sole means com• fort; and of course; all Penney shoes are SANITIZED. OLDER BOYS' SHOES Sizes 3-6 590 TENNIS Sizes SHOES 8>/2-12 Sizes 12Vi-6 » >•. * , , > ^\^r^#*sw*?wM?*OT ? ^^ W jj»^^ - >, ^:< ^^^''f'i^'^i^'^l^^M SHOP PE tv/wwi* ?« 5 PC. JR. BOYS' SUITS 1 A0Q Rayon - Acetate and Dacron Slzes 4 _ 8 "Wear it ten different ways." This exceptional suit value consists of: Coat, Vest, Tie, and two pair of Pants. Ideal for school and Sunday best. OLDER BOYS' SUITS Sices 10-20 19.75 New fall selection Boys' Rayon and Acetate single-breasted suits, treated to resist wrinkles. Shades in Brown and Blue. ' western JEANS • BOYS' SIZES 6-16 SIZES 2744 2.79 • 11 ounce Sanforized t denim '• Copper plated rivets • Heavy duty zipper fly* 5 roomy pockets fShrinkege win not exceed \% PERFECT FOR SCHOOL! BOYS 7 BIG MAC BOYS' GABARDINE TROUSERS Good-looking, long-wearing Gabardine pants, tailored to give lots of wear. Large selection of color*I »i>e* 4-18 Boys 1 Stripe Polo Shirts Boys' Nylon Sox Siso H* 740M. .,„,„ P*. SOLID VALUE Sizes 6-16 STURDY, RUGGED 8 OZ, DENIM Strong, durable wear for your young "He-Man." 8 oz. SANFORIZED Blue Denim, full cut and solidly joined. Bar-tacked, copper plated rivets, and heavy-duty orange stitching absorbs jolts and strains. Heavy duty zipper front and four deep, sturdy pockets. A Fine Penney Value. SEE THEM TODAYI Wesley Lions Plan Dance Benefit; Surf, Aug. 19th Wesley — The Lio'ns Club held its regular, meeting Wednesday evening August 11 in the Methodist church parlors with a very good attendance. Jim Walker showed movies of their recent trip to Florida. The Lions members are assisting Ventura Lions with the sale of tickets for a dance .to be held at the Surl Ballroom at Clear Lake on ThuVs- day evening, August 19. The proceeds are to be used for community, betterment. Guest s"peaker was District gove'rnor Don Mitchell of Eagle Grove. He also met with the local directors. Wilfred Loebig is the president of the local group. Harry Greenberg, Algona District chairman, was also a guest. The Miriam circle served the luncheon. * Pre-Nuptial Shower Patricia Richtsmeier was honored at a pre-nupial shower Wednesday evening in the parental A. N. Richtsmeier home. She will become the bride of Paul Schmidt of Adoza on Saturday August 21. To Wed Aug. 18 A miscellaneous shower was held for Janet Reibsamen of Britt at the Mrs Martha West home Sunday afternoon, August 8. She will be married to Cletus West Boys Do Cleanup A group of 19 boys with mowers and rakes did an excellent job of mowing . and cleaning the new city park south of the swimming pool. Mrs Don ,£raus supervised the work. Seoul' Award Dinner Dr. L. L. 'Pfeffer was one of {he speakers at a Boy Scout award dinner at Call Park, Algona one day last week. He is district Scout commissioner. At Sales Meeting Mr and Mrs Lpn Gouge attended a United Hagie Hybrids luncheon and sales meeting,, Monday August 9 at the Country Club in Clarion. United Hagie dealers from all sections of Iowa saw a presentation ot important developments in research and production of Hybrid Seed 'Corn. A New Arrival A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Dennis Lickteig Monday, August 9. Mrs Lickteig is the former Luella Waldschmidt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Waldschmidt of Clare, former Wesley vicinity residents and they now have four sons and three daughters. Mr and Mrs John Lickteig are the infants paternal grandparents. Return From Trip Mr and Mrs John Meyer returned home Wednesday August 11 from a six week's trip to western states. They visited a daughter and her family in Berkeley, Calif, Mrs Meyer's parents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Johnson at De Sate, Mo, and another daughter, Mrs Robert Johnson and family in Chicago. Leslie Johnson accompanied his grandparents on the trip that included visits with friends and relatives in Casper, Wyo.; San Francisco, Calif.; San Anselmo, Calif.; Cyril, Okla.; Pontiac, 111. and many points of historical interest. Mr and Mr; Meyer are staying with his sister Mrs Ann Shipley, who bought the Cafe from Meyers. Mr and Mrs Alf Studer, Macon Mo., spent the latter part of lasi week here vsiting relatives-anc friends. They had visited relatives at Garner and Kanawha and on Sunday they attended the Studer family reunion at the Ed Cink home near Woden. Eighteen Wesley Wizard 4-H girls enjoyed a day.outing Thursday. They were taken to Mason City by Mrs Joe Miller, Mrs Darrell Bess and Mrs Bill Goetz and cooked their dinner in a park there, attended the County Fair and some of them went for a swim in Clear Lake. They were accompanied by their leader, Mrs Howard Funnemark. Mrs Goetz is the assistant leader. Mr and Mrs Jack Lickteig and two of their three daughters, Connie and Becky left Friday for Chicago, where they attended the wedding of Jack's brother Gerald Lickteig and Elizabeth McDonald at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, August 14. The Wesleyans also visited Mrs Lickteig's brother Edmund Loebig and family at Rochester, Indiana several days. Mr and Mrs Stanley Johnson observed their fifth wedding anniversary Thursday, August 12. They were serenaded by friends that morning. St. Josephte parish hall was given a general cleanup Thursday afternoon by circle 1 of the C.D.A. John Muehe went to Rochester, Mina Friday to go thru th«j clinic. A cleanup bee was held at the Evangelical Free Church Thursday, August 12. Clefus Quinn A Casualty; Breaks Finger Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Community enjoyed a delicious picnic dinner nnd Community day Thursday at Tuttle Lake. After the dinner races were held and also • contests at which everyone enjoyed themselves. Following the contest the town and country participated in a soft ball game, while the children enjoyed swimming, fishing, boat rides, etc. Cletus Quinn had the misfortune of breaking a finger during the kitten ball game. Mrs Lillie Thompson .was the honored guest, and Lawrence Rath also received a gift for helping get Lone Rock on the map. masterpiece of elegant simplicity I 6 PLATINUM-BANDED SEVERN Pre-Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was given Wednesday evening in honor of Mary Ann Haag, bride-to- be of Bernard Reilly, of Lodyarcv at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church parlors. Around 45 guests were present. Mrs W. G. Flaig played a piano solo, and Mrs Dick Gross sang a- solo accompanied by Mrs Flaig. Mrs Louis Reilly gave a reading of the bride-to- be's life. Miss Haag then opened her gifts assisted by Mrs Reilly . and Beth. A delicious lunch- was served by the following Hostesses: Mesdames Lorenz Geitzenauer, Louis Reilly, Raymond Bierle, L. A. Newbrough, Alfred Schultz, C. F. Schultz, Maude Blanchard, W. C. Heiter, Alice Bierle, Fritz Newbrough, Andrew Thomson, Allwin Lockwood, W. J. Cotton, C. M. Gross, Hugh Walsh, B. L. O'Donnell, Ralph Bierstedt, Walter Dacken, Hugh Marlow, Geo. Kissner, A. D. Newbrough, Henry Schroeder, Mary Flaig, J. F. Quinn, Ralph Thompson, Frecl'k Schultz and Miss Norma Bierle. Breaks Ankle Hugh Walsh had the misfortune of breaking his ankle Thursday morning. , * Mrs Flaig Hostess Mrs Mary Flaig entertained at a birthday party Monday after- 'noon at her home in honor of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Guests were Mesdames, Jim Long, Fred Genrich, Maude Blanchard, Alex Krueger, Frank Flaig, J. F. Quinn and Rose Kraft. 500 was played with Mrs Fred Genrich winning high, Mrs Rose Kraft winning low, Mrs Alex Krueger winning travel, and Mrs Frank Flaij? winning cup prizes. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Birthday Party Mrs Jim Larson entertained the following children at a birthday party honoring her daughter, Kathie's 3rd birthday Tuesday afternoon: Gail and Gloria Gross, Kim and Pat Blanchard, Jill Blanchard, Mark and Julie Larson, Steve Saxton, Tim Schultz. For you who prize smart understatement Itt design.. three rings of sparkling platinum on a latin- imooth, superbly translucent fine china! Severn create* lovely harmony with silver flatware .. unusual beauty with any color.. any period.. for any occasion. And if your proud life-long possession, outlasting many sets e4> ordinary tableware! 5-piece place setting, 16.75 RtafSTCPtQ Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family attended the Bible Missionary Conference at Okoboji Thursday. Mrs Wm. Drnyton, Mrs John Rick, Gail Rick all of Algona called Tuesday afternoon at the Lillie Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley spent Wednesday evening at the Geo. Long home. Mrs Charles Morris, Mrs Jack Johnson and girls of Gowrie, Mrs Louise Godden of Forest City, Mrs George Manus and Mrs Henry Manus of Burt, Mrs Ed Blumer of Algona, Ruth Krueger, and Marieta Christenson snent Thursday afternoon at the Wilt Christensqn home honoring Mrs Will Christenson and Mrs Jack Johnson's birthdays. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets Achievement Day was held Aug. 3 at the home of Margaret and Nancy Fischer. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and Rodney left Wednesday morning on a trip. Their daughter Kathia is staying with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich toolj their daughter, Mrs Daryl Hanson, Kurt ancl Katherine to Belmon-i Thursday, where tney will leave from Friday for Superior, Wls., where Mrs Hanson will ipin her husband, who will be an instructor in the college there this year. Mrs Daryl Hanson entertained 16 ladies at a Stanley party Monday morning at the Fred Genrich home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin and three children moved into the Priebe apartment Thursday and Friday. Mr Martin will teach in the Lone Rock School this year. Rev and Mrs L. Kingma, Paul and Alyce Marie spent overnight Thursday and Friday at the P. M. Christenson home and also visiting friends around Lone Rock. Paul Kingma spent the night at the L. V. Johnson home visiting Mark. GEM SOCIETY NO CHANGE On the Andrew Belling farm near Sheldon, he's still using the same "Blue Ribbon" walking plow that he first used on the same farm 60 years ago.

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