The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
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Georgia Thaves visifed Mrs Lena Schmidt at Garner five days, last week. Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin are being visited by Agnes Reddin sister of Mrs Griffin of Salem, Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson, Chari and Loren spent Sunday at Sheldon with Mr Nelson's parents. Mr and Mrs James Gurwell and family left last week Wednesday, for a vacation of a week ; at the Okobojis. NELS and KAY ISAACSON take pleasure in Announcing: Coming at BROWN'S STUDIO Mr and Mrs Gale Slockwell recently were visited by their daughter. Mrs Fred Lassahn of Mason City. Mrs John Buscher spenl from Thursday till Saturday at Iowa Falls with her husband, who is working there. Dr. and Mrs R. K, Richardson were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan at their cottage at the Okoboj is. Mrs Imelda Engesser has re- eenty been visited by her uncle and fiunt, Mr and Mrs Jake Glas- icr of St. James, Minn. Mr and Mrs Howard Loman had Mr and Mrs Ranney Leek and Mr and Mrs Vfinell Ludwig as guests Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Harris will have the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Christensen of Austin, Minn., as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs John Helmers had their son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers of Waterloo as guests over the weekend. Mr and Mrs L. R. Walker lell Wednesday for Denver. Colo., to visit their daughter Pearl, R. N They expect to be gone two or three weeks. Mr and Mrs Leslie Ross and their son-in-law ?md daughter Mr and Mrs Roger Stttory of Dej Moines are vacationing this week at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian were visited Sunday by their son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Meril Bacon and children or Waltharn, Minn. Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg had their :/m-!n-)a\v and daughter Mr and Mrs Vincent Mat/ and •^on Ronnie, of Lohrville as dinner guests. Father's Day. Mrs Edna Harr returned Monday from a vacation of a week spent at the Okobojis with he; son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs R. E. Harr of Madrid. Mr and Mrs Earl Haase of Littie Rock. Ark. spent from Friday till Wednesday with the former's mother. Mrs Carrie Haase and other relatives here. Floyd Bacon was visited Sunday by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Kckland of Loveland, Calif. They also visited Mr and Mrs Henrv Guderian Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston have returned from a business trip to the west coast and were also in Phoenix, Ariz. They also •pent some time at Los Angele.s .vith a daughter. Ma and Mrs Frank Osirum .vere visited Sunday, June 19, by Mr and Mrs' Ed Osirum :if Mankato, Minn. They also had as weekend guest their grancl- Jaughter, Mrs Don Baade. Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstick wjere recently visited by the latter's mother, sisters and brother Mrs Lucille Fleischmann, Joan. Lucille and Edward and friends, of the girls of St. Louis, Mo. Kenneth Dooley has been dismissed from St. Ann hospita. where he had undergone treatment for a heart ailment. He ir convalescing at the home of his cousin, Mrs Imelda Engesser. Mr arid Mrs Lloyd Haubach were recently visited by the latter's brother-in-law and sister MY and Mrs Jack Hahley of Nora Springs. They fished Sunday at Lost Island and caught 40 buli> heads. Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson are leaving Saturday ori a ten days vacation at Brainard, Minn They will be guests of Mrs Richardson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Wayne Fexler. Mr and Mrs John Hayes and Carol spent Sunday at Shellsburg with Mr Hayes' mother. Mrs J. M. Hayes. The son Kirk, IP attending summer school at Drake, where he was enrolled lust year. Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken were visited Friday by their nephew and wife, Mr and Mr? Walter Anderson of Ackley. who had been at Spirit Lake for a few days of fishing and were enroule home. Mrs Nell McCall has been visii ted by her daughter, Mrs James Griffilh of Des Moines, who was brought here by her husband. At the conclusion of her visit. Mrs McCall will take her home ind remain for a few days. Mrs John Hopkins and daughters Patricia and Pamela, anc Mrs Sadie Hopkins, spent Sun- 'Jav afternoon with Mr and Mrs Willmer Wichtendahl at Lotts Creek. The birthday of Mrs Wichtendahl was being observed Mrs Frank Holius was hostess to the members of her Thimble Club Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harry Yungeberg A'erc Sunday evening guests at '.he Everett Witham home, at Senera. Mrs Glen Hain and her sister. Mrs Martin Becker attended n bridal .shower at the Lutheran church in Livermore for Mary KiesttT of LuVerne. Mrs Ann Fechner and Mr and Mrs John Fnlk nre being visited by their sister-in-law, Mrs May Osterhauer and daughter, Mrs- Dorothy Ghcrhardt of Ottawa, 111. Mr and Mrs Morris Cullen came from Fort Dodge to take Mary Streit with them to Oxford, Micfi., where they will visit ten days with Mr and Mrs Fn.'d Streit. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilsnfeld returned Friday from Aurora, Hi., having concluded a visit of several days with their son-in-lau and daughter. Mr and Mrs Bernell Brunsvold. Mrs John Mahoney returned Monday from Chicago, whcr-- she had spent a fortnight with relatives anrl friends. She went to ' attend the graduation of a grandniece, Kathleen Faulkner. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld were visited Sunday by their son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mr.-, Marion Donohue and sons Joel and Bruce, of Forest City. 1 he- boys remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs>Fred Hagon drov? to Swea City last week Tuesday, to see the former's father Frank Hagen. who makes hi 1 ; home with hi.- son-in-law and 'daughter. Mr and Mrs E;./l Mull- ark y. Baptismal rites were held Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church for Mary Louise, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken, the Rev. Cooper officiating. Sponsor, were Mr-., Marvin Sernett and Patrick Mulligan. Mr and Mrs Ferman Heinsn Mr and Mr;- Georue Heinen, M 1 :md Mrs Charles Heinen and thi parents. Mr and Mrs Au»us' Heinen attended a Heinen family picnic Sunday at the Athletit Park. Fifty persons were in at tendance. Mr and Mrs Matt Slreit were visited a week ago Sunday l.n Mr and Mrs Milton Mcrlinu an..Mrs Milton H. Morhng of Em- metsbur;!, who wie tnroute home from Clear Lake, where they had attended a family reunion. Mr and Mrs Jerry Hardgrov? plan to .spend the July 4 week end at Davenport with Mr- Hardgrove's parents. Mr and Mr-Max Miller, fiinner resicien'.s of here, who recently rnov-'d there Mr Miller is with'the John Dee.-f company at Molne. Mr and Mr5 Eugene Faulsiick and Mr and Mrs James Bake, and little son have returned from a vacation in Oakland and Saa Francisco. Calif. At Castro Valley they vi.-iU-d Mr Faulstick's brother and sistt-r-in-iaw. Mr and Mrs Willred Fauistick. Mr and Mrs G'enn Smith spent Sunday at Wesley with the paren'.s. Mr arid Mis Ray Smith. Prices Exploded! CENTRAL We're "SHOOTIN' THE WORKS'' This Week End — For Savings To You On A TOP VALUE Used Car For The ... USED CARS MOTORS 1950 1953 DE SOTO J Firedome. A Nice Car I si 695 i CHEVROLET \ PLYMOUTH 2-Dr. Fleetline. A Beauty ! 1953 4-Dr. It's A Honey ! 1950 CHEVROLET 4-Dr. Styleline. Wonderful Condition I 1949 OLDS. Rocket 98. Good mechanically. Needs some body work. DO IT YOURSELF *195 1949 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr. A Steal! $385 DE SOTO Firedome. Try This on for scat! 1195 190 DODGE $195 i!l94KHEV, $195 $185 1952 PONTIAC 4-Dr. Here's A Buy I Stop (n ! You'll Find Us Easy To Deal With And Easy On Your Pocketbook ! CENTRAL MOTORS Di SOTO Corner of State & Jones PLYMOUTH The n.'iv Smiths: iTently rolurn- ed friini Davenport, where they had visited their son and daugh- U?r~m-]aw. Mr and Mrs Ralph Smith ,-pnd two ehilclivn. Mis Emma Hagg lefi Monday by plane fi om Mason City to gt ••'.< Ci.iea.uo to visit her new .{!•;.ndyon. Kit Chestr'r Azuse. She wiii n main there two \veeki wi'h hf'i 1 daughter and son-in'.;>" . Mi- and .Mrs Che-ln- A/use lino two othei- srjn.--, Larry and V;.nc Mr The and Mrs George Harris, i',i ;.ri'l Marilyn spent Sun- at CY-dui- Falls with Mrs si.-U'i'. Mrs Helen Sanborn. them Mrs SanbornV '-•n.- 1 Mark and Dennis, who had be' :i v,siting the grandparents. Mr and Mrs John Schul/ at Irv- Mr and Mrs Ted Fuchscn w«-n> vi.-iled Sun-.lay by the la!ter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Sieve Jaekowell ol Fort Do due. In the afternoon the Fuch.-en- and quests drove tc Bur) 1-p v;-:{ Mr and Mr- Fan An^lo. brother and sister-in-law of thi wt-men. Mr and Mrs Gail Haase, M* ami Mrs Maurici Thompson and M; - '.)•!,-: Thompson att'-nded a j"a':.:!y pienif Sunday at Mr and M: - HI nry Larson's at Eagle G: 'Vi-. Sunday, in honor of tnc La; son's -on-in-luw and daughter. Mr .ind Mrs M(;r!e Paul? an i enildren of California. Mr and Mrs John Groile were vi.-;i--d 'ivi.-r the weekend by Mr •ind M:-< Jt'ck Glidden and son Je-.-rv. ,,f \Vindoin. Minn.: Mr anrl M) K 1 nn: ;.h \Viehmdn and -on T(.:--.-i-.\, ipf Top -ka, Kan. The b 1 .'. - i!.-.a;nefl here for a longer vi--:' Ji-n-y is a nephew and TI':. : .- .• is a f°. andson of the Mrs Gale Siockwell spent from M. iviay till Friday last we<-k at Sii--.i.v C'ity w;th her son-in-iaw an,! 'j.-iuuhti r. Mr and Mrs Williar. Ti!lrnan. Mr and Mrs Till iiii-n ar'.> expe'/ted here Friday wi:-. •;,•- eh.laren an.I will leave ihi. :r ; hi ',<' \y;:!e they go on n vai-ata-n '.."ip f^r a week at Au5 tin. M;;)!]. Mr end Mrs Herman Funk and '.Vi 1 . ir -i :--!i,- 1 ..w and daughter. Mi- ; rid M.'.- L/Hiis Han.-eii and son -i; B-JI; spent Sunday at Twin L•->.••:• .- v.-i'h 'Mr and Mrs Fred- cr-rk Funk and family. The Fi (• I-::;-:-•. Funk's liome is at Hu:.-:,-il-i*. but they have a cot- tnui- ::'. T'.vin Laki-.-. \vhi re the;.-p- n i>.'!,- ' f tr.e .--unirner. Douglss Craft, son of Mr and Mr- D..n C:ait. ix'K-brated his 8th birth:-...\-. June 8th. with a theatre pai-.v T!. •-- at-'-nci;n^ were: Jin.:: v ]);•:• •:--•.n. Steve Hnrdv. Dai.nv Bray. I 1 ,ill Chis'n. David Clai K. lirk-.r. .v'.l.ertun. Alan H'.'lt an'.: M k' B ike;-. Lunch was -erve i alter !hv b iy.- enjoyi-.-o ihe M:'-\-;V "ilansel And Gretel." Mr and M»s Hov/erd Lowman h"d thL j 'at'.i r's mot'ier and brother, Mrs K>itie Sc;.'.'('._der and AjL;i;r of F-' n'.un a- dinnei .4i^-t-: Saturday Sunday, the L:"..vrnans drove f-:> Ftnton and wlflfMii Katie Scliroedt-r drove to E.-thervilk- fo see Mrs Henry Sehroeder at Holy Family hospital. She has had recent sur- frery. Mary Jean Helmers visited her ' v )tii( r-i'i-lav/ and ?sst:_T. Mr and IT:! \V;i.--:.-!-.ii:--en at Furl '•j.i'' lost week fripir. V/ednesda 1 ' •:;: Thursday. The \Vilsehusem fjroufiht Mary Jean home and •.vent from here to Spirit Laki :or a Ten d:;y vae'ition. They left !ie ?;>n L:nry Dian. and daughter Linda Jo. h.c-re with the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud have a- suc'-t.- their ;on ; md daui;htt.-r- ;n-hiw, M/Spt. Russell Halsrud. wife find throo children of Memphis, Tenn. Sgt. Halsrurl nas boon in service fourteen /ears making the army a career tie is leaving August 1 for Japan. Ouring his sojourn there, his ,'amily will remain vith bis wife's parents, Mr and Mrs J. W Lee at, Ga. Mr and Mrs Don Hershey are parents of a son whom they have named Mark Steven, born May 20 at th.e Meyer and Richardson ••link-. Mrs Hernhev is the former Polly Holldorf." Mr Hershey is employed at the Okoboj;.-.. KOI a time his wife is here with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. W. Holldorf. They were visited Sunday by the daughters and son-in-law. Mrs Mary King of Emmetsbur.n and Mr and Mrs Marian Nelson of E.stherville. Mrs Hilda Gronwall will have as guests who are arriving this week. Wednesday, her son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Jerry Gronwall and son of Fullerton. Calif. They will be hereabout ten days and will also visit Jerry's brother-in-law and s.islei. Mr and Mrs Keith Rowley. The Gronwalls moved to Fuller-ton several year? ago where Jerry and his father-in-law, Mr Swanson. have a grocery store. A! "nc time Mr Swanson was manage: of an A & P store here. Thursdoy, June 13, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper 06* Moirte$-3 Mr and Mrs Dennis Vity.thum and farniuy of Sheldon spent several days over the weekend at the parental, Leo Goefz and George Vir/thum homes. HP is on his vacation from the ;;r«<:en whore he is in charge of the meat department. Parsons In Hospital Vie Parsons, Algona, employee of the UruK.uists' Mutual Insu ranee Co., and a member of Al Dona's eity eouneil, is. a patient at St. Ann hospital. He beeami: ill Tuesday evening. AeeordinL'. to Dr. M. G. Bourne, he is in condition following an attack or kidney colic-. Lansing is the capital of Michigan. DIES TJ-iree weeks inter his small plane crashed just after taking off from a farm field near Northwood, Joseph Wright of De> Moines pass"d away in the hospital at Mason City. His passenger, William Nu/um, is recovering. is ihe amazingly low price lag on this big, road-worthy Buick 4-door "Super" sedan, equipped with Dynaflow. A 1950 model in really nice srrape. Lt. blue. See it at Kossuth Motor Co., Algona. WESLEY NEWS Mr visited and Mrs in the at Lake Saturday Clair Rob-nson James Jenkins Crystal Lake, night and Sun- Minn., day. Mr and M:s Wayland Fredericks and son 1 - and Mr anrl Mrs Jack Frede/icks of Arlington: Mrs Albert Blocklincer and s^n Albert, Mr and Mrs Curtis Hogberg of Moline and Mr and Mrs John Voss of Algona were Monday guests in the Herman Wise home. The guests had come to j attend the golden wedding an- | mversao of Mr and Mrs Voss. Mrs H. Hogberg of Rock Island anrl grandson Curtis Hogberg.of Moline. spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the Herman Wise home. Mesdames Paul Erdrnan, H. "I Hemminusen. Al Wanner. Mikt Fiom. Otto Henderson attended a hospital Auxiliary meeting Friday afternoon at Hancock Memo'-ial hospital in Britt. Marlys Goetx of Wesley Wizards and Charlene Downs o; Prairie Pals 4-H clubs, returned j husntr Saturday froni 4-H girls i convention in Ames. I Mr and Mrs Lester Larson pent the June 12lh weekend tr. inneapo'i- with t!.-. N'els Guams her mother. Mi? Sophia Lar- wh-.i ciiL-d the next day fol- ng a lingering; illness. Mr Mrs Larson and their son Arvin Larson and his wife attended her funeral at Eagle Grove Thursday, June 16. Mrs Johanna Hansen and daughter of Des Moines visited their daughter and sister. Mrs Paul Engen and family la:s; week. Laura returned to Des Moines Friday and Mrs Hanson remained for a longer visit. This 194S Plymouth sports brand- new seal covers, has tires like new, a car 'way above Ihe average and priced at S250 for quick sale at Kossuih Motor Co., Algona. s Kiddies! Bring Mother to FOWLERS A Huge Balloon and Candy Sucker to All Children Visiting Fowlers 2nd Floor Kiddies Shops Friday and Saturday. FOWLERS Maternity Dress Sale at Fowlers THIS WEEK ONLY - Every maternity dress in stock on special sale. This includes all new spring and summer numbers. Extra special at Fowlers at — 25% to 50% OFF MiSSES - WOMEN 57 To Choose From Al! Marked Down to Splendid colors! . . . excellent size ranges! . . . every one of them brand-new this spring and Ihis summer! You want these sheer, cool frocks and these Irim unlined suits for the days and events ahead — so don't miss this Fowler offering! One lot of these justly famous spring and summer suits that sell ^regularly for 524.95 — going on *!he block this week-end for only 514.95! HOtBUYS! SPECIAL PURCHASE! White Jewelry for Can't have too much of this cool-looking attractive whits jewelry for your summer outfits. Made to sell for $1.00 to SI.93. Buy it at Fowlers this weekend for three for a dollar! NEW SHIPMENT ! Catalina Swim Suits Just arrived at Fowlers — this special new shipment of the preferred line of bathing suits — CATALINA. Priced to sell at $8.95 to $14.95 — and oh, so many differenl beach siunners! Fine Rubber Bathing Caps - 98c LITTLE GIRLS Dresses, Playsuits Values to 2.98 Very Very Special 94 c Get These Early A nice assortment of little girls dresses and play suits (sunback styles) in qualities that are usually priced to S2.98 — out tomorrow for only 94c. " Boys "Davy Crockett Tee-Shirts, Sizes 2 to 8 ^FOWLERS I

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