The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1955
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4-Affl6ftti (la.) Upper Pet Molhet r Jufti Silver Wedding Sunday, June 5 For Lakotans Lakota — The children of Mr and Mrs Raymond .Winter are having an Open House in honor of their parents 25th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 5th, in the Presbyterian church parlors. There will be no invitations sent out, so all of the friends of the family are invited to attend. New Grandparents Mr and Mrs Bernard Ryan of Arlington, Iowa are parents of a daughter, Colleen Kay born May 20. Mrs Ryan is the former Margaret Christ, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Christ. - Memorial Bay Visitor $ Suriday Afid Meiti&flal Day visitors to deedfate the graves of relatives iftcluded Mr and Mrs W. E. Carlsbri, Swea City, Mr arid Mr$ Art E. Anderson', Swea City, Mrs Frances Adams f Belle Plaine, Mrs Henrietta Huenhold, Algona; Mrs Amy Cronk, Rihgsted and Mrs Mildred Cronk of Northfield, Minn. To Wed June 10 Miss Marietta Kfenitz was g"uest of honor at a Lingerie Shower Saturday aftefhoon at th home of Mrs Jerry Uke'na. Other hos!t« sses were Mrs Ralph Dewey, Sac ^ity, Mrs Robert Hamilton, and Mrs A.-E. Anderson. .Marlene will become the bride of Carlyle .Gerzema June 10th. Miss Barbara Winter accompanied Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittemore and Mrs Martha Schroader- of .Ledyard to Camp Chaffee, Ark, to visit Ronald Schrader, son of Mrs Schrader. Donald Winter arrived home ^^turday for a leave from his navy duties. His ship had jusf docked after a 6 month cruise In the Mediterannean. Kent Gerzema is recovering nicely from an appendectomy performed last Week at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey, Renee arid Johnny of Sac City visited from Friday until Sunday at the Jerry E. Ukena home. Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and sons of Cherokee were weekend visitors with their parents, the W. C. Vodraska and Lauren Thompson. Mr and Mrs Rollie Steele Of Estherville visited Friday with Rollie"s sister, Mrs Robert Rippentrop. They were enroute to Minneapolis to meet their grandson, Craig Heetland of San Ber- riadino, Calif., who came by plane to spend the summer. Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff, Caroline and Clifford went to Des Moines Saturday to visit friends. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome visited the Ray Worden family near Swea City, May 22. Russell Hart of Fort Dodge visited Thursday afternoon in the Jerry and Wayne Heetland homes. Carlyle afid tatty Gerzema and Larry Winter, students at Macfil- ester College* In Si Paul were here Memorialjwe^Kehd. Mrs Georgia-Thlvesi of Algona 'Was a guest of the Misses' Emma and Louise Thaves {or the Memorial weekend, .. • . Sunday guests in the Vernon Smith • home Were Mr and Mrs Russell Rugg of Cedar Falls, who came, to deeqfate-, the 'graves of Mrs Rugg's par"erifs, Mr and Mrs Ernest Reese. , Mr and 'Mrs Larry Stofford and Thomas of- Lanwton, S. D. arrived Saturday to-visit in the Jerry Heetland home. Mr and Mrs Fred 'Ploeger and Ruthie of Ledyard were Sunday afternoon vlsitdr.s with Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetlarid. Phyllis Rippentfop spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Dick JJerdes in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Marcus Ripperitrop and Byron of Des Moines were Sunday and Monday guests of the former's father, O. J. Rippentrop and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Gils Torine of'Des Moines were guests of Mrs 'Harriet Warburton Sunday. \ BIG SAVINGS ON THE NEW s Firestone Super Champion SALE PRICES 95 SIZE 6.00-16 Plus Tax EXCHANGE If your old tire is recappable Both Black and White Sidewall lij SIZE 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 6.00-16 6.50-16 BLACK SPICIAl TRADI-IN* 14.15 14.95 16.6O 18.25 12.95 17.9O WHITE- BLACK ; l] SPICIAL IBADl-IN' vjl ?^ 18.45 2O.55 16.45 22.15 *Plus Tax and your old recappable tire W Compare the Extra Features of the Great New Firestone SUPER CHAMPION with any First-Line, First-Quality Tire WONDERFUL SAVINGS ON ALL TIRES • ALL SIZES •^X •_*. wcZfov GUARANTEED NEW TREADS Applied on Guarantied tire Bodlei, or on tour Own Ratappable Hr«< iiiiiS SIZE '6.00-16 Exchanga if your old tire* are recappable OTHER SIZES ALSO REDUCEP! WM **" PBICI * 6.40-is 2 for 16,40 67015 2 for 17.75 7., 0-15 2 for 28.70 7.6015 2 for 22.50 6.00-16 2 for 15.45 8.0015 2 for 24,20 •EXCHANGE plw» Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell were Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson .of Hartipfoh. The Johnson children stayed to spend the week with their grandparents. • The Messers and Mesdames John Smith and James Smith attended a Graff family reunion in Riceville Sunday. Mrs Elizabeth Schaper had as her guest Sunday and Monday, Miss Bessie Wilson, Des Moines. Mrs Ward Dawsoh of Excelsior, Minn, is visiting her mother, Mrs Ida Smth who has just returned from spending the winter with her son, Raymond and family, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and a sister Mrs Anna Kent, Homestead, Florida. The Mesdames Maud Hamilton. Anna Ogren and Jerry Heetland were in Estherville Friday anfc visited Mrs Ogren's cousins, Mr and Mrs Thomas Thompson and her brother Ed Nelson and wife of Brainerd, Minn., who were in Estherville for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Patrick Hard left after the close of school to spend a short vacation with Mrs Hand's relatives in Virginia after which Mr Hand will attend summer school in Iowa City. Irvin W. Hof Buried,LuVerne LuVerne—Commital rites were conducted in the LuVerne Cemetery for Irvin W. Wolf of Humboldt, Tuesday afternoon, following services held at 2 p.m. in the Lindhart Funeral Home there. Irvin Hof passed away suddenly at his home there Saturday afternoon. He has just recently returned from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was a medical patient for 2% months suffering from a heart condition and diabetis and he underwent surgery for loss of a limb. He is survived by his wife Lucille, one brother Edward Hof of LuVerne, three sisters, Mrs Cora Ross Humboldt, Mrs William Christof, Waukesha, Wis., Miss Florence Hof, Cedar Falls. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Alfred. Fraternity Mrs Bisque is a sen- J pupiU In Reciftjl inr Motrie Economics student.- I • r ^» , . _ Mafg?ry j olley will it it '$ tffiWS Wfi WAflf If (present her pupils in a dance revue, Tht|fsd8y, JoM-2,, at 8 ; at the Fen(ofi ; High ^hool. t ,,.._. >.., ^-,L . 4.A .^.i^-t.,,.^. •..-., Wsrrif Ads P&f CLOSING-OUT SALE The following Mtrie* ifafion lool* and equip meni will^ be sold ^.{jjf. J^ 1 public auction to be held 6ft 16MHoft of Wagner's Standard Service Station on SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P.M. Joins Art Group Mrs Ramon Bisque, formerly Marie Young of Titonka, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. L. Young, was recently initiated into the Iowa State College Chapter of Delta Phi Delta, Honorary Art • Diamond "T" Wrecker • Hand-Seal Valve 'Grinder • Paris Washing Tank • Overhead Stand for Chain Hoist • Armature Lathe • Armature Tester • Air Brake-RiVeier • Bench Grinder • Toe Inbar • Brake Cylinder Hone • Piston Wall Deglaier • Valve Removing. Tools • Dill Electric Vulcanixer Air Grease Gun Oil Drain Tank Sparks Plug 1 Cleaner & Tester Battery Charger Protecto Charger & Stand Water Tank & Wringer Floor Jack McCaskey Cash Register Oil Stove Pop Cooler Fire Extinguisher Tire Tools Many other small articles too numerous to mention PLUS TIRES, TUBES AND AUTO ACCESSORIES Wagner's Standard Service Station LEEK & REILING Auctioneers WESLEY, IA. TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before sale. BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE...LOW AS 75* A WEEK. BRADLEY BROS. Phoni 714 Your Algona FIRESTONE Headquarters JUgona - DIAMOND RING SETTINGS* BY IN I BLOCKING DIAMOND RINGS MAKE CENTER DIAMOND LOOK 90% larger... 87% more Jbrilliant Here's Proof! n.v.r btlifv* y«» r ty«i MQlil yov I*. "B«quli-0lo" ... th. world'i niwtit, mo»t b'illignt diamond ringi,.. with q cinttr diamond thai looki mart brilliant . . . much il And F«atur« Ud lm«r- loeklng Diamond Ringi with <ray t99flh*r iq ptrftct poiltipn

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