The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1954 · Page 3
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AROUND ALGONA Mitch Tayio'ri Hdsls V Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor entertained, the members -of their Couple Club at,their home Wednesday evening. Five Hundred furnished'Jhe entertainment with Marvin 1 Calhoun winning the high scare. The low score, winner custbmarily washes the dishes. Bill Will .received the low. score Wedfiesday' evening'and fuliillea his obligations. • . : • Pot Luck Dinnef Mr arid Mrs Leo Cassell and Mr arid Mrs Jim" Merryman were co-chairmen at a family pot luck dinner at the Country Club, Sunday evening., A home talent program furnished the evening's entertainment. M&rcia Cowan, Marilyn Dreesmah, ' Nanqy • Kain, Kathy -'Demand, Kafen Shirley : and Barbara' Bourne did a Can Can dance, Linda Smith played a piano solo and Sharon DeGroote and Marijane Williams did a tap dance. There was group singing and movies. Susan and Bobby children of Mr and Mrs • Robert Lovstad of Burt spent last week with Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles. . The ; LoVr stads aj*e the parents of a--ftew daughter; Sandra Ann tporri l^sit Mondayl, at S|. "Ahh ; ; hqspital arid weighingf lii.T at i seveni'iibtihdsl, ounce, .i! ' It V-'l v;.'V if f • ? Mr ahd' pars : Chatlfes fMcVay returned ?TniirJBclaj( Cfroip, a two month's!,business. trip ftp;M6ntana and are jriowj ;a.t|home r in,, their recently, '• purchaied - house . on Linden- street. * i*Mrs McVay, the former :!Ruth; i-Holt, will teach kindergarten £ft Bryant school. Mr and Mrs W. A. fosfer Sunday in Fort Dodge • yisitirtg Mr Poster's broth'er^Dallas Foster: Mrs Clafa Pratt and Mr and Mrs Harofd Sdhttrnaker spent Sunday at Webster City where they'Visited Mrs Fratt's uncle, Henry Brunner.' Mr Bnd'Mrfe.vHil;t>rlfca;an:«! son, Denny bf-Mas'on'City'w^re' recent dinner guests in the Charles Lawsoh* homS.i 'Wjaya •Wbed-; ward, who •rriake& her h'om'e With the Lawsons, had as ''her;weekend • guest her nephew, John Davissotv of Mason; City' and oh' Monday Mr and Mrs Fred Steffens and Miss,. , Fern Pittenger also of Mason .City", fcalled* bfl ;her. The Eight Specs', card club met 'Wednesday evening; ai the- home of Mrs £>ehriis Pratt. High iscore prize was received by ;Mrs \f. J. Sigsbeej,low score" by Mrs! Milton pahl and'Mrs Doris Wilhelmi received the travel prize. Pam .Waller was at Fairmont, Minn, from Monday until Friday of last week visiting her friend, Sherry Bursell. Her parents, the R. B. Wallers drove -up to get her and also visited Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt. '. , .Mr .and Mrs DaVid Smith and Shai?oni 'Diane and Neat ;Spent Tuesday' and Wednesday of, last week on a trip to .Prairfe] £)u Chein and other points of interest along the Mississippi. .-..''• Mr and Mrs Dean Parrott, Dr. and Mrs R. C. Dewel, Mr* arid Mrs David Smith and B. LaBarre went to Storm Lake; a :week ago Saturday where ;th?y /spent the weekenq'attending a .State Board faceting .• <!ff ; the, <Junior Chamber of Cbrnwierce.. • MM Bob Sigsbee and Bobby, Judy and Jimmy spent Sunday at- West Bend at -the parental Adolph Bntellman home. Mr and Mr* B. G. Holcomb arid son Bobby are spending this week in Des Moines attending the State Fair. Their pony has bee~n entered 1 in the Shetland division. Mrs' Russell Thompson ana Julie jmd Jack of Burt were Friday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz, Mrs Rentz and Mrs • Thompson ; are sisters. • Mr and Mrs James Whittemore and Lark, 'Brigitta and Jerry left Saturday for a few days vaaa r ' tion ittHhfe actf EHills.' .They will return Jn times for'the opening of schopl.' . ' i , , Mr arid Mrs Winl6n fripp ahd sons, Gary and Tracy left 'Wedr nesday for their home in Alderwood Manor, Washington after a visit of a week with Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson, arid .other Algona friends. While here they sold, .their home Gregor street . to A planning mealing for Girl Scout and Brownie troop leaders will be held Wednesday evening, Sept. 1 at the home of Mrs John Hopkins organizational chairman. Mrs Victor Fisher has been a medical-patient at St. Ann hospital since last Thursday., The little daughters, Vicky and Jane are being cared for by their maternal grandmother, Mrs Adolph Fisch. * • . . Jimrny, f baby son of Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski was released Wednesday from Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge and is now at home. Mrs Guzowski ,ana daughter, Toni drove to Minneapolis Saturday to meet her mother, Mrs' Johnson who will be there for an .extended visit. Donna and Helen Jean Guzowski who have been with their grandmother at Iron River, Michigan also returned home. WANT CHAMPION, YIELDS? • Planf ALL ybiir acres ,-tp -^- *''-"-'''" '. ••»••• s C A R L S Q CHAMPION HYBRIDS 'For;27 Years CAtySpN'S Jiaye produced (Jhampion Hybrids! 'Lilie .thousands, of farmers, you can; depend on CARLSON -Champion'' Hybrids for sure corn 'profits, PERRY LOWMAN, Algona, Iowa , . !-, .*• '' ' V . ' <• A. M. LEMKE, Irvington; Iowa FLOYD GREGORY, Whittemore, Iowa • • f • i, • ' ERWIN GREMMELS, Fenton, Iowa f vi M;' r ii«i« -• !f< i^-: :; on West ,Mc 'Mr and Mrs Eugene Mlnard. Mrs Howard Plait entertained the members of her Birthday Club ori Friday afternoon at her home._ Mrs Walter Klamp of Dakota City was an out of town guest. , Birthday celebrated were Mrs C. L. Livingston's and Mrs George Stewart, Sr. ' The latter now lives in Arizona but is still .a member of the club. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker were visited ; Sunday by Mrs Rose. Kraft of Lone Rock. Monday dinner guests of the Walkers were Mr and Mrs Bud Gould of Jacksonville, ; Texas.' The Goulds lived' here earlier this summer. Mt Gould is employed by the Perry^ Gas' Qo. and' they 'were- en- route to another job. • - • ' ' Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson went to Sioux City Wednesday and remained overnight with Mr Richardson's aunt, Mrs A. H. Hendricks. On Thursday they called on'Mrs Richardson's uncle, Frank Simpson at Blair, Neb. and stopped'- in Omaha . on business. The Richardson children stayed 'with the Ken Strahorns during their parents' absence. . • Mr and Mrs Clayton Lammers .had as: their, .overnight i guest, ,ThurSday, the' Rev. R. C. McGaff ee X)f Sedro Wolley, Washington. He is Mrs Lammer's brother-in-law iand he was enroute to Sumner :to pick up his wife who 'has, been' (assisting in the ; pare 'of her and •Mrs Lammer's mother. Sunday -guests of Mr and Mrs Lammers 'were Mr and Mrs Stanley Bulka ; and Rick and Jeff of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Fred- Geigel attended" the State Fair at "ties ^Moines on Sunday and also stopped at Pammel Court in Ames '•where 'their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gerald. Vbigt iwere rpoving in. Mrs Voigt, the ,former Georga Ann Geigel began 'her teaching duties Monday at Milford Consolidated, school. Mr Voigt will be a, student at Iowa State College' and the little son 'James .Richard will be cared for Edw. Kellner, St. Joe, Injures Foot In Pony Mishap St. Joe—Edward, Kellner suffered a serious injury to his. foot Monday while riding his pony. The pony stumbled and as he jumped up the pony stepped on Edward's foot, crushing the bones back of the toes, The injury 'required medical attention. Edward is the oldest son of Mr and Mrs asch on Wednesday, Sept. 1 at St. Michael's Church in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders, of here and Mr-'and Mrs Julius^ Becker of near Livermore retim- ed home on Tuesday fom a 2600- mile trip to wesTern states. Mr? Mary Reding spent the latter part of the week at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Ed Besch, and family of near Whittemore. Cyril Kellner. . in a nursery! school. Roman Gales Home' • . Roman Gales,, son .of Mr and Mrs Ernest; : Gales, Sr.;, recently received his army discharge after two years of service. The past year had been spent in the fai east. He plans to continue his college education. : : Youths- At Notre Dame . Roger Sinnwell > arid Richard Hammer represent' 'St. -Joseph's School (his week at the 16th National Convention of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade held at the University of Notre Dame. This convention opened on Thursday, Aug. 26, and will be conclud- bd 'on Sunday, Aug. 29J Mr and Mrs Kenneth LeBreun and family of Dell Rapids, S. D.; were visitors here with relatives the past. week. Mr LeBreun is 'a cousin of the Bprmanns. A Bormann family gathering was held on Sunday, Aug. 29,, at the Lorenz Bormann home in honor of Mrs Mathew d'Conner and family of Parsons, Kan., a visitor here this week. Mrs Mathew O'Conner and daughters from Parsons, Kan. arrived here Tuesday for a visit with relatives and attended the wedding of a nephew, Harold Bormann, and his bride, Irene' Koll- Mrs Wm. Ambrose, Well Known At Burt, Is Buried Burt '• — 'Last rites were held Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 24, from the Evan Lilly Funeral Home in Des Moines for Mrs William Ambrose, who passed away in her sleep Aug. 20 at her home there. Interment was in the Laurel Hill cemetery at Des Moines. Mellissa Ann Trunkhill wa^ born in Clyde County near Avoca, Wis., on Oct. 13, 1874, the daiighte of August and Mellissa (Lay) Trunkhill. She was one of 11 children, with six brothers and one sister preceding her in death. Mellissa Ann was united in marriage to William Ambrose in 1895 'at Avoca, Wis., and to this anipn were born eight children Her home was in Des Moines where she raised her own family and after the death of a daughter, she aided with the care of the grandchildren. She visited in Burt where she had many friends. She is survived by one son, Eharies Ambrose, and one daughter, Mrs Hazel Brandish, both 0'f Des Moines; as Well i as one sis- t.er,; Mrs Fred Lavrenz of Burt; two brothers, Lew Trunkhill of Hettlnger, and Thomas TrunK- hill of Seattle, Wash. Those attending were: Mrs, Fred Lavrenz, Mr and Mrs. Richard Groen, Mr and Mrs Roland Lavrenz, Mr and,-Mrs Mennet Trunkhill and Mr and Mrs Earl Meier. Chipman, Dwane and Dwana ot | Miller, S. D. M and Mrs Albert Volentine spent the past week at the Walter Ruger farm near LuVerne while Mr and Mrs Ruger are visiting and sight seeing in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs J. W. Essray With Mrs Witte and son Arthur of Bristow, Ind., visited with Mr and Mrs Essray recently. Mr and Mrs E. E. Bauer with Gregory and Karma of Tacomn', Wash., who had visited Mrs Helen Weiske and Judy, left the last of the week for home with a stop over in South Dakota. Mrs Bauer is the former Luella Weiske. Mr and Mrs Joe Zanke were in Mason City Thursday to visit the son-in-law, Robert Harvey, who was a patient at Mercy hospital following major surgery on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Calvin Stone returned to their home last week. Mr Stone is the manual arts teacher again this year. Mr and Mrs Henry Gettman will move the first of the month into the apartment in the Burt Hotel. They have been living in the upstairs apartment in the Reynolds house. • THRIFTY TIPS from your friendly store St. Ann Chaplain To New Duties Reverend August Dierker, SCJ, chaplain at St. Ann hospital for the past three years, left Monday morning for Hales Corners, Wis., where he will begin his new duties on the teaching staff at the Sacred Heart Monastery. Rev. Otto Dentlinger will succeed Father Dierker in the St. Ann post. He assumed his duties TUusday, August 31. Tuesday, August 31, 19S4 Algona (la.) Upper Des MolnM-3 Jound Over On O.M.V.I. Charge Thomas Murphy, Lone Rock, was bound over to the September term of Kossuth district court nst Thursday, in the court of- C. H. Ostwinkle, justice of the peace, on a charge of operating a nolor vehicle while intoxicated. He was arrested at Fenton by Marshal Arnold Hansen. Bond was fixed at $500. In other , cases before Ost- winkle, Gary Lee Ewing, Swea City, was fined $10 and costs on a traffic count, Gernld Perdue of Burl wus given a suspended fine of $1 on a bad check charge after payment of the check, and Paul A. Potratz of Whittemore was fined $5 and costs for operating an overlength vehicle. Draft 8, October A call for eight men to answer the quota ..for October was re' reived by the local Selective Service office Monday. They will go Oct. 18. The Septemb \ quota is also for eight, to leave on the 20th. Tea To Open A Drive For Funds A kick-off tea that will signal a drive for funds for the Iowa Children's Home Society, Des Moines, will b« held Monday, Sept. 13, at the Johnson House in Algona, for all workers In the south half of Kossuth county. The organization is non-sectarian, and its main job is to furnish homes for homeless children. Algona chairman is Mrs Lowell Lenz, while Mrs Elizabeth Schenck is chairman of the rural drive for the south half of Kossuth county. Miss Grace Giddens, director of public relations for the ( Des Moines group, will speak following the tea to the workers 98o Nylon Hair Brush .. 59c Mennens Spray Deod. ___ 59c J^IQUINET, instant setting quick drying spray 'hair net — 1.25 Sunglasses, children 25c Sunglasses, aviator iype 1.00 Murine, for your eyes 60c size _-, 54c R D X, a dieting aid (helps curb desire to over eat) ' 80 tablets 1.98 Lysol, new improved economy size _99c Dextri Maltose, Ib. infant formula 74c Lavoris Mouthwash and' Gargle, 20 oz. - — 89c Charles Antell Hair Spray with lanolin, 1.25 size 98c Coets, 40 square pads .—19c Kleenex, 200's, 3 boxes _^,.___47c Doeskin Cleansing Tissue, 1000 count 79° Lactum Food Formula for . infants, 24 cans io case per case : 6.00 Noxzema Medicated Skin Cream, (89c size) 59c PRESCRIPTIONS Any Prescription Any Time Introductory Offer Tafpn Reducing Aid, , < inanufacture guarantee ,..3.49 BAYER ASPIRIN 100 for 62c 5pray,net gipnt 11 oz/^jze ONLY /*> f pl«> pluitax LIMITED TIME ONLY! - SO TABLETS 39' • '/4 ADULT DOSE NOW.;,.the smallest, lightest hearing aid in Zenith's history/ The new tubeless 3-transistor TROYAL-M" WEIGHS ABOUT THE SAME AS A POCKET LIGHTER, AND IS HARDLY LARGER.., 'Powerful as Some Hearing Aids Twice Its Size...Smaller than Many Selling at Twice Its Price! 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Meeting Sept. 1 The W.S.C.S. meeting for Sept. will be held Wednesday .afternoon the 1st. Beulah Davis will have devotions and Lydia Manus the ' program Hostesses are Georgia Holding, Gladys Hawcott, Toots Hoppus, Marion West- lipg, Harriet Black and Esther Schrader. A special program will '• be given for the honorary members. Lutheran Ladies To Meet '•The Lutheran Ladies Aid meeting- for September will be held Thursday the 2nd. ' Mrs Albert Pgter is hostess. Market basket committee this meeting is: Mrs Herman Bussie, Mrs M. Cunningham, Mrs Emil Eimers, Mrs Fred Glbken and Mrs Richard Groen. Bridge Club Meeting TheMr. D. Bridge Club will meat Thursday evening September 2nd with Helen'Smith. Mrs Manus Entertained • Mrs Emma Manus entertained members of the Birthday Circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Some 14 members were present and guests were: Mrs Lillian Blumer of Algona; Margaret Anne Herring, Washington D. C.; Mrs, Lydia Manus and Vickie Schrader of Burt. Mrs Weiske Hostess Mrs Helen Weiske entertained at dinner Saturday evening recently in honor of Mr and Mrs Bauer and children. Other guests wee Mr and Mrs James Ollom. and Mr.and Mrs Raymond Lavrenz, Burt and Myrna Weiske ol Sioux City. Entertain At Baits Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the wedding anniver- tiries of their 'four children. Guests were: Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and Howard, Mr and Mrs John Miller and three daughters, Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Mr and Mrs Robert Batt and baby. Mr and Mrs Don Dremmel and children returned to Dubuque Saturday after spending a few weeks at the parental Ray Dremmel home and with Mrs Nelle Dremmel. 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