The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1954 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 24, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, August 24, 1954
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

(!«.) Uppw DM MolnM Tuesday, August 24, 1954 5 New High School Faculty Members . ' ,^i^ <"'."** • . ~ ' - ' * * FLORENCE SOUTTER Comraerieal CLAIRE HOWE Voc. Trg.. Bookkeeping CAROLE NUTTER Voc. Homemaking ARTHUR OLSON Social Studies GLENN CHALLY English - Economics Local Schools Open Wednesday, Sept 1 Silver Wedding, Two Couples Bancroft — Mr and Mrs L. Menke and Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole of Irvington celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at Arnolds Park, Sunday. The ladies are sisters and were married in a, double wedding ceremony 25 years ago in St., John's Church here. * Before their marriage they were Alice and Agnes Schumaker. Mr and Mrs Menki^ have two daughters and Mr and Mrs Dole a daughter and a son. Public System Will Have 21 New Teachers Algona's public .school system, with 21 new teachers and a total of 71 on the faculty, will open the 1954-55 school year Wednesday, Sept. 1. All students are to report at 9 a.m. Sept. 1 for a half day session. .Thursday and Friday of that week will be full school days but there will be no school Monday, Sept. 6, Labor Day. Approximately 450 pupils will be transported'in 11 school buses. Parents -will be notified before the opening day of school as to details of the bus routes. Nine 42-passenger buses and two station wagons will be in operation. Bus drivers will be Merle Moore, C. W. Schlichting, Albert Hagg, I. W. Nelson, Harold Hunt, W. C. Kuhn, D. D. Sparks, Chet Cook, Walt Steven, Darrell Sparks, A. O. Blue, and substitute drivers will be Paul Newsome, Jerome Hardgrove and Mrs G. W. Naylor. . Supt. O. B. Laing states that the summer remodeling program has resulted in seven extra classrooms for elementary pupils, two in the Lucia Wallace school, two more in the Third Ward, and three in the Bryant. New teachers include the five pictured, who are all junior- senior high teachers, and the following elementary teachers who are new: Mrs Janice Anderson and Mrs Dorothy Laird, both of Algona, kindergarten; Mrs Mona Bonack- cr , Titonka, and Mrs Isabella Dahl, Algona, first grade; Mrs Florence Larson, LuVerne, second grade. Corene Fahrenkrog, Hartley, Mrs Zelba Maxwell, Algona, Mr? Betty Moo, Algona, third grade; Marjorie Hauck, Humboldt, Evelyn Johnson, Paullina, and Mrs Violet Miller, Algona, fourth grade; Lavelle Hauck, Humboldt, Blythe Larson, LuVerne, and Mrs Irma Quintard, Algona fifth grade; Darlene Larson, Cherokee, sixth grade. The Third Ward school will add grade four, and the Lucia Wallace will add grade five. All sixth grade students in the public system will attend the Bryant school. ACADEMY TO OPEN TUESDAY, SEPT. 7 St. Cecelia's Academy will open with a morning session of school, Tuesday, Sept. 7, with a Fortnightly ^ , ,-, high mass sung by the children. , with Mrs Esther Hahling Friday Sister Of Burt Woman Dies In Des Moines Burt — Mrs Fred Lavrenz received word Friday evening of the death of her sister Mrs Annie Ambrose in Des Moines who passed away at 4 p.m. that day Mrs Lavrenz had spent the preceed- Jig weekend with her sister and found, her quite well and death was unexpected. Last rites were some lumber on the grounds now. Mrs ( Lawrence Miller and daughters left Monday last week for their home in Runnemede, New Jersey. They had spent the past two months with the E. P. Fredericksons and the J. L. Millers.- Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton left Algona.by bus oh Thursday for a tour trip of ten days which included stops and sightseeing in Chicago, a visit to the Wisconsin Dells as well as other points of interest. K. J. Smith, Burt postmaster, is back at work in the post office after several weeks at home following major surgery in Rochester. * Mike Baer who has been a patient in the Veterans • hospital in Des Moines was brought home the last of the week. He is improving, but will not be able to work for sometime. Mrs Arnold Clark has received word from her husband that he is back in the states and after a stop at Camp Carson he hopes to be home in Akron soon. Cpl. Clark has been with the army in Korea the past year. Mrs Bertha Mansmith attended the Varney-Puffer wedding in Corwith, Sunday Aug. 15. The bridegroom, Jerry Puffer, is a grandson. Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels with Mrs James Stow and Mrs Fred Stow attended the Phelps- Rickliff wedding in Titonka Sun- held there Tuesday the with many relatives trom here attending. Melissa Anne Trunkhill was born in Wisconsin in 1874 and would have been 80 years this October. She is survived by, besides children and grandchildren, the one. sister and two brothers. Mr and Mrs Fred Lavrenz with Mr and Mrs Earl Meiers spent Sunday in Des Moines. Silver Wedding Honoring Mr and Mrs Floyd' Serdahl on their 25th wedding anniversary, Mr and Mrs Fred Howard will hold Open House on Sunday Sept. a from 2:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to 9:00. Mrs Howard is the former Etta Sorenson of Fenton and others of her children are expected for the Open House. The Floyd Serdahls live in Mason City. Hoosier Picnic The Hoosier Picnic, an annual affair, will be held at the Legion Hall in Burt Sunday, Aug. 29 and all Hoosiers are invited to attend. Parents of Son Mr and Mrs Otto Reutzel are parents of a son horn to them, Aug 7 at the Estherville hospital. The baby born on a brother's 12th birthday win Devan. was named Dar- Club Meeting Club will meet Regular sessions of school for the 1954-55 year- v.'ill follow on Wednesday. Staff members will be: High .school — principal, Sister Mary Aloysiu.-:, and Sisters Mary Redempta, Mary Vivia, and "Mary Jane Frances, athletic director Mike Scheck and Father Harold Cooper. Grade school — principal, Sister Mary Rosaria, and Sisters Mary Agnes, Mary Canice, Mary Louise. Stella' Marie, Mary Isadore, Mary Lois, and music instructors, Sisters Mary Matthew and Alice Marie. NO RURAL SCHOOLS OPEN IN COUNTY For the first time since organization of Kossuih county, there will be no rural schools opening this fall. A. M. Quiniard, county supt. of schools, said that reorganization of districts had swallowed the few remaining. There were only seven in operation last year. Swea Teacher Weds Swea City—Swea City friends have received word of the marriage of Gweneth Jutting, who taught 6th grade here for three years, to Marvin Smith of Buffalo Center on Aug. 16. Miss Jutting's home was at Buffalo Center. ftemoon August 27. The Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Emma Manus Thursday afternoon, Aug. - J(i. Thi> Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Emma Manus Thursday afternoon, Au?. 26. Fiddis Class Party will be held with H iwena Hyersoii Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 25 with Minerva Curtis assisting. Roll : Call is "How I Relax" and Bertha Mansmith has games. Mr and Mrs Carl Werlinfi of Rutland with Mr and Mrs Albert Levien of Davenport ;.nd Mr and Mrs Elden Lilienthal and son Loren of West Liberty spent Friday afternoon and evening with the Walter Lockwoods. Vern Lov.itad formerly of Burt is at present a patient in the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Art Leason' spent a weekend recently with Mrs Leasun's brother Harry Sewick in Ireton. Mr and Mrs James Sewick of Spirit Lake accompanied the Leasons. Mr and Mrs Hugh M'arlow purchased the Elston house and will move from Lone Rock here. The Marlows are parents of Mrs Bernard Leeper. For the benefit of those noting activity around the basement house in the north part of town it is reported that the Clifford Schraders plan to build a house in the future and are getting Durwood Moore of Cedar Rapids visited his parents Mr and Mrs Paul Moore last week. Mr and Mrs Russ Shipler and Carol are moving soon into the Cogdill house. They have lived in Algona since returning from San-Antonio, Texas. Mr and Mrs Rudy Willrett with Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel spent a weekend vyith Mr and Mrs Gerald Riedel in Cedar Rapids recently. Mr and Mrs Walter Steward and family were dinner guests at the Clifford Abbas home on Sunday. Perry Steward and Gary Abbas spent several days there. Word has been received of the illness of Mrs Martha Carter in San Antonio, Texas. She has been a patient in the Baptist Memorial hospital there the past 10 days. To those wishing to send a card her room is 114. Mrs Reibe Allison of Cedar Rapids came Thursday for a visit with her sister Mrs Elizabeth Patterson and with other relatives. Workers on the Polio Drive out last week in Burt were Ethel Dremmel, Lillian Frederickson, Gladys Hawcott, Georgia Holding, Toots Hoppus, Stella Geesman, Viola McDonald, Lefie McMullen, Benita Mitchell, Ruth Alice Patterson and Helen Smith. Elsie Lockwood and Clara Reynolds are co-chairmen. Mr and Mrs William Fethkenher and family of Minneapolis called on Mr and Mrs Fred Lav- renx. and at the Richard Groens Saturday enroute to Storm Lake for a visit with relatives. 'Herman Rachut spent the weekend with relatives here. Mr Rachut will begin his second year of leaching in the school at Geneva on August 30. 2 Algona Boys Jpin The Navy The Navy Recruiting Station, Fort Dodge, announces the enlistment of two local youths, Arnold Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs Arnold W. Elbert, 603 East Oak Street and Robert P. Johnson. son of Mr and Mrs Charles E. Johnson, RFD 1, Algona. Arnie and Bob are now undergoing 11 weeks of recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, and upon completion of this training they will both be given 14 days recruit leave before being assigned to a aboard ship. school or Two CURRENCY Schaller girls recently stumbled across $5160 in currency, hidden .drawer. They in are dresser Mary and i Mr and Mrs Robert B:. wet were recent evening gue&'U of Mr and Mrs Albert Hein. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith spent Sunday at, Clear Lake. Most the time was spent at Bayside. Mrs Marie Kunz and her cousin Esther Burke of Rochester, Minn., have been vacationing at Brainard, Minn. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster have returned from Banff and Lake Louise where they spent a couple of weeks vacation. Mr,and Mrs Roy Bjusirom went to Woodward, Wednesday to attend the funeral services for a friend Floyd Cooper, 61. Mr and Mrs Bernard Bode are moving to Omaha, Neb., and Mrs Christine Nielsen is moving into their house on south Moore st. Mr and Mrs Dick Sirayer are moving to Winnebago, Minn., where they have purchased a cabin court, restaurant and dance hall. Mr and Mrs Bernard Briggs were recently visited toy the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Clair Wermersen of Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus, Diane and Larry spent last weekend at Nevada with Everett's cousin and her husband, Mr and Mrs Jack O'Donnell. Mrs Paul Ostwinkle has been hospitalized at St. Ann hospital the past several days and received blood transfusions. She is now improving. Mrs Robert Bickert, Carol and Judy returned Thursday from Lincoln, Neb., where they had spent a week with Mrs Bickert's father J. L. O'Donnell. Mr and Mrs Leo Boers, custodians at the Ambrose Call State park, had Mr and Mrs Paul McCrea and house guest Jean Olson of Milford as evening guests last mid-week. Nellie Burlingame and daugh-, ter Belulah, Mr 'and Mrs Wavne Wickwire and Mr and Mrs B. M Burlingame were euests a week ago Sunday of Mr and Mrs M. G. Schrader at Britt. Mr and Mrs W. B. Nugent stopped here one day last week at Mrs Nugent's sister, Helen Dingley's, enroute from the Okobojis where they had spent several days at the Boss cottage. Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke were visited last week by their daugh- ,er Mrs Patrick Roschke' and children of Waverly while Mr Roschke was at the Okobojis attending a church convention. Mr and Mrs Hugh Carroll were visited last week by the latter's orother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Forrest Ross, Waterloo. This week they have as guest Mrs Carroll's sister, Mrs Oliver Carroll. Mrs Mary Buenger has returned from West Bend where she had spent a fortnight with hei sons and daughters-in-law Mr and Mrs Harvey Buenger and her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Leo Hans.elman. A son. Gary Lee, was born to Mr and Mrs LeRoy Merchant, Aug. 19, at Spencer Municipal hospital. The little fellow weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces and has a sister. Mrs Merchant is the former Margaret Presthus. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus and children Diane and Larry spent from last week Friday till Monday at Austin, Minn., with Mrs Baldus' parents Mr and Mrs Earl Subra and Mr Baldus' mother Mrs Leo Baldus and son Ray. Mr and Mrs C. C. Adams have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Dwight Sabin and son Duane of Des Moines. Mrs Adams returned home with them and will spend a couple of weeks there and will go to the State Fair. Mr and Mrs Robert Bonnetie were visited last weekend bv Mr and Mrs Melvin Elmore and son Larry of Des Moines. The visitors and hosts went to Lost Island for some fishing. Linda Ann Bonnette is recovering from a severe cold and mumps. John Briggs was taken by his son and dauehter-in-law Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs to University hospital, Iowa City Wednesday to have the cast removed from (Mrs Hattie Burlingame.had as guests Sunday her brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs W. H. Merriam of Garner. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and little son Billy spent Thursday at Lone Rock at the parental Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards. Mr and Mrs,Sam Baylor have returned home from a two week's visit at Detroit and Dearborn, Mich., with their sons-in-law and daughters. Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman went to Chicago, 111., Thursday and remained/till Monday with her sister Barbara, the her Rosalie Adams, and the money was in a chest which the Adams had bought from the estate of the late George Knowles. • his leg and a check-up. He is slowly improving and can get around on crutches. Mrs Brigga went on to Wyoming to see her father who is in a rest home there. a Wave there. Mrs Eliza Angle spent weekend at -Mason City, former home, and attended a' party at which a group of friends had arranged for her. Mr and Mrs Roy Siofiel have purchased a lot on East 'Call st. in the addition beyond the Northwestern tracks and are moving the house they have occupied on North Phillips to the new site. Cards from the A. L. Longs have been received by friends. They left Davenport a fe% weeks ago going to Menahaga,, Minn., tb,ehce to Port Arthur, Can., and Will go from there to Montana to Visit'relatives. -•• < •>..;,••; Mr and Mrs Harold Blinkman and children Carolyn • and Mark spent last week in northern Minnesota on vacation. They moved Sunday to Minneapolis, Minn, where Harold has been employed for some time. Mrs Loreen Brown had as guest last week Mrs May Atkinson of Mason City. At the conclusion of the visit Mrs Brown took her home and remained there a few days, returning after the weekend visit. Evelyn Cady had as callers Thursday Mrs Elizabeth Rowe of Atlantic and son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Don Meyers, Bill and Jimmy of Omaha, Neb. From here they went to Sioux City to visit sons of Mrs Rowe. Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling leU last week for Honolulu, and will visit their daughter Joyce, Mrs Blaine Nelson. Mr Nelson is in service on one of the Pacific islands off Korea and will be gone a few months. They left Saturday by auto for Los Angeles, Cal., and will fly from there. Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson and Mr and Mrs Don Nelson, the latter of West Union, returned from a 5,000 mile motor trip to the Pacific Coast, recently. They visited relatives at several points and Mrs Cora Bacon, who went west with them, remained for an extended visit at Hermiston, Ore. Mr and Mrs David Laing and family have been here from Spokane, Wash., and from here went to Des Moines to visit David's grandmother arjd other relatives and from there they went to Iowa City to see. his mother Mrs O. B. Laing who has been having a check-up at the University hospital. W. H. Brandow spent the weekend at Rochester, Minn., where he visited his brother Frank wno has been hospitalized there the past three months but is recovering, though slowly. He also visited his sister Mrs Mary Engle at Owatonna and there visited with other relatives, some of whom were there from Illinois. Mr and Mrs William Laubenthal have returned from a vacation of a week. Mrs Laubenthal spent the time at Des Moines with her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Jack Van Cleve and Mr Laubenthal went to Minnesota with his father Joe Laubenthal of Cylinder and his brother Frank of Chicago. Mrs Edith Miller of Augusta, Wis., who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ethel Gilles and brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs R. A. Davidson left Friday for her home after a visit of a week here. She had come to join her brother and sister-in- law Mr and Mrs Clair Davidson who carne from El Pa$o, Tex. Mr and Mrs Cecil McGlpnis ana Mr and Mrs Harold Siephenson were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Wayne Stephenson, their son in law and daughter Mr and Mrs Jerry Maxwell and MichaeJ pi Madrid. They are former resir dents here and will be well remembered. They also called on Mr and Mrs Ernest Godfredso/i . Mf and Mr* M*lvin Slfflfl had Mr and, Mrs.Everett.Biesg. and daughtekdlorifc of MtfsfeAICity a9 dinner gtieits SUndap : 5 K I ed from a visit at MiWliok Wis., with j Mrs; Jtissie TUrner, well* kSbWn fdfrnerfesideftt Hefe. Mr afM Mrs Nat Bangs have &s guests, the latter's parents Mr and Mrs W. 0. Gfidley of Locust, N. J., who came a week ago Sunday and will be here another week. - Mr and Mrs James Bottger have the latter's sort and daughter-in- law Mr and Mrs Earl Booth and baby of El Paso, Tex, Mr Booth has been discharged from the service. • _ , Mr and Mrs Wallet Boeckholi received word Monday of the death at Minneapolis, Minn., of the former's brother-in"-law ; Art Allen, ; €5. They services. attended the Cleve Barton returned to work Friday aften a ,sickrifess of two weeks with flu and lung complications. He 1 is one of the Owners of the Algona Refrigeration company. ! Mrs Minnie Blinkman and her sister Mrs Charles Miller recently spent several days at Mason City With ' Mrs Blinkrrtan's son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs John Fassbinder. ; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bohannon and daughter Ann have returned from a vacation spent at TVIilwau- <ee, Wis., a boat trip acsoss Lake Vticnigan to Muskegon and thence ;o Grand Rapids. Mr and Mrs L. A. Bolenus had as guests over the weekerid and to attend the Kossuth County Fair the latter's sister Mrs B. E. Sanders, Mrs H. I. Hawley, Naomi aiid Constance De Wilde of Clear Lake. Dick Post took-his wife and children to Manila one day last Wieek for a visit with Mrs Post's mother Mrs Lillian White. They will spend several days there DUt. Dick returned home the fol- owing day. •'•:; • • ' ' Mr and Mrs Dewey Skilling moved Monday ' into the Mrs Christine Spongberg house 'they recently purchased. . Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall moved, into the louse . vacated by Mr • and Mrs Skilling and owned by William Turner. Mrs R. A. Davidson had as cal- ers last week • Mrs Belle Harrison and Mrs Arlye Nelson of Emmetsburg. Other guests another day during the week were Mrs F. M. Rizzo and children of Sibley. Mrs Rizzo's husband has a Hospital at • Sibley. • Rochleau Infant Rites Aug.19th Funeral services for Clarence Eugene Rochleau, Jr., infant son of Mr and Mrs C. E. Rochleau, Algona, were 'held Thursday, Aug. 19, at 2 p.m. at the McCullough Funeral Chapel. Rev. L. H. Loesch officiated and burial followed at Eastlawn Cemetery. The infant' was born at the Osteopathic Clinic in Algona, and was just 18 hours old when he died at St. Ann hospital. He is survived by his parents, a sister, Vicki, 4, and two brothers, Larry, 3, and Steven, 1%. His grandparents, Mr and Mrs Norman Crawford, Spencer, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Rochleau, Burt, also survive. Swim Awards To Wesley Group Wesley—Red Cross instructors from Algona gave final swimming lessons and tests at the city pool, Monday, Aug. 16, and awards were presented. Ellen Root, Sandra Flom and Marlene Neuroth finished a senior course in.life saving and are eligible for advanced Red Cross instructions in life saving. Roger Flom, Dick Powers and Richard Hench, the latter of Titonka, received junior certificates and badges. Colt Dapt. Had Nice Enfry List There nice- eritry list in ter. the Colt Department at the couti» ty fair, The 'classes 'were well filled and competition* Was close. Dr Kelly of Goldfield as judge handled the job well. The pleasure horses were put thrbugh their paces in front of the amphithea- r. / The Bit and Spur Club of Alcana put' on a finb brogram in front of the amphitheater the evening of Aug. 20. / ' Blue ribbon awards went to the following: Suckling colt, pleasure — Corwin Peer; suckling v dolt, pony, Dave Lynch; yearling colt, pleasure, Corwin Peer; yearling colt, pony, Dorothy Abbott; pleasure mare .with colt, Paul Miller; pony; mare with colt, Jimmy Kaltved; pleasure, matched pairs, Jay Graham. , I lain. ' \ • j 'Palomino, under saddle,-.• Jay Graham,- western pleasure, Bob McCullough; stock horse, Claire Roepke; pony, 'under saddle, Bob McCulloughi Will Durant was superintendent of this department. Faces Charge In Knife Fracas Seven assorted cases were tried in Mayor Clapsaddle's court last weeto, and an eighth man, Paul H. Brock, was bound over ,to the September term of district court. Brock was arrested Monday night, August 16, after he was- knocked unconscious in a fight with C. E. Jameson when the former reportedly pulled a knife on, the latter. Brock suffered st concussion in the melee, and was released from St. Ann hospital Saturday morning. He could not furnish bond, which was set at $1000, and is now in jail awaiting trial. He is charged with assault with intent to do bodily injury. Four men were tried on intoxication charges. Charles Tieman, Florence, Mo., and Lawrence M. Schiltz, Bancroft, each paid $25 and costs, and Dayid W. Burton, Jamaica, N. Y., and Donald Rouden, Buffalo, N. Y., were given 30 day sentences, which were suspended when the men said they would leave town. Damon G. McDermott,' Fort Dodge, paid $25 and costs on a disorderly conduct charge, Dale E. Anderson, Des Moines, paid $5 and costs for speeding, and John L. Gerber, Algona, paid the same amount for failing ^ to yield the right of way. LONE ROCK NEWS Calers at' the 0, *V Schult* Home this week were Mi? find Mrp . Alex Kfueger. Mrs Lbuis Reilly, Mrs L. A..Newbrough, Mrs Frank, Flaig, Cletus QUinn. Mrs Joe Stenberg of Elmore, Minn. ,has spent the week with her . parents, Mr and Mrs C. P. Schultz. Mr Schultz returned home from the hospital in Algona Wednesday morning. • 'r - • Mr arid Mrs George Kissner, Mr and Mtfs' Hugh* MarloW^Mr and Mrs Merwiri Marl6*w,'Mr'ahd Mrs Ornle Behrehds' spent nhe week vatfatfonirig in* Colorado. Mrs Merfoh Larson and children re(urried home Sunday after spending since Wednesday at her mother's, Mrs Idella Hallman at Decorah. » , • N. L. Cotton and Mrs' Harley Shellito spent Monday at the'A. L. Cotton home.' •• Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer.of Burt spent Wednesday evening at the Gene Blanchard home. Mrs Jerry See, Dick and Donna of Waterloo came Thursday, for a visit at the Don Blancnard home. • Mollie Blanchard spent from Saturday till Wednesday at .the Chester Alme home in Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Dave .Hines of Tama called Thursday at the Leo Ramus home enroute hdme from Saskatchewan'Canada. Mr and Mrs Geo. Numan of Swea City called Tuesday at the C. E. Householder home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Th6msen spent from Wednesday;till .Thursday at Creston> where they attended the funeral of Harry Herr. They also visited her brother, B. J. Parsons at Afton, who has been ill. Mrs Glenn Hughes and children of Sac City came Thursday, to visit the parental, Andrew Thomsen home. Lawrence Newbrough, Marjorie Houck, Judy Newbrough spent Friday at Iowa City, where Judy had a check up on her eye. Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, Janell and David, Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce of Burt spent that day visiting an aunt, Mrs Laura Mantor at Cedar Falls. Mrs Josife Olson of Illinois was a Tuesday evening sUpper guest at the Alice Bierle home. ' Mrs Frank Dreyer entertained "at a coffee party Saturday. Guests were Mrs Edith Hayenga, Mrs Harry Haas, Mrs Don Gross and girls of Fenton, Mrs Mary Lauritzen of California, Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of 'Whittemore, Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family spent-Sunday evening at the Art Tietz home at Lakota and JoAnn and Jayne stayed for a visit. . " If you order now you can get a *3759P Speedy corn erib for only $2895?! and it has 1263 bushel capacity SPHDV •' » 5-gouge wire mesh ... as thick ' as a quarter-inch bolt... galvon- | bed, non-sag, non-bending wire mesh, permanently fastened to strong steel frames. • Ribbed roof for extra strength. i It's anchored 3 times ... can't blow off. i Permanently attached ladder! plus many other Speedy WORTH-MORE . Features Come In ... let us play for you the entertaining, dramatic record "COL. STONEWALL PLANTS CORN" Bradley Bros. Phone 714 ALGONA, IOWA Everything For Back-To-School Children's and Sub-Teen - Dresses (all the new fabrics) Coats (goregous styles in fleeces, etc.) , Blouses (Boy's shirt styles) Sweaters (slip-ons and cardigans) Jackets - Skirls Juniors- Petti Suits (as seen in Seventeen) Joan Miller Dresses (as seen in Seventeen) Petti' Skirts (many styles) Little Boys' Wear - Suits Shirts Anklets Pants Polo Shirts Underwear Elva & Jessie's North of Sorensen's Grocery

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page