The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 43
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144 Girls Enjoy Scout Day Camp i,t h>Und £ ed rr and , four , 1 ,? fouf girls en 5°Y« d the Day Camp for Algona Brownies and Girl Seouls, last week, Tuesday, Wednesday .and Thursday, at Call State Park. moni('sto1)k UP Iace aMh''^ ^^ '" "" Upper Dcs Moirif -' s P hol ° J llst before the closing flag cere- fhn K Hmps 2 a ? c L 3 ' f ?, r , girls in lho 6th and 7lh grade, had an enrollment of 48.'This group was under Smith and 0 Mi"sMeTvinB- n assis ted by Mrs Max Bartholomew, Mrs Leo Cassel, Mrs David M,, C n m i? 3l i f w r I ? row li, es> ^ ad 9G enrolled, tinder the direction of Mrs Wm. Ankenbauer, assisted by "" Norton. Mrs Robert LaBarre and Mrs Wm. Steele. The girls were set up in six separate Assistant supervisors as follows: Mrs Everett Baldus. Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs Jim Dodds, logo's YMCA. His topic wns "The Kind of Person I Want to Be." Mrs A registered nurse was on duty at all ti s C.rady Phillips and Mrs Richard Post. tir*es. Contributing this service were Mrs Fred Kent Jr., Around Algona Mrs W. J. Sigsbce entertained flic members of her sewing club at her home on Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish are spending this week at their cottage at Woman's Lake, Minn. Mrs Beumish's parents arc- their house guests. Mr and Mrs E. E. Robinson and children returned Saturday from a week's vacation in the Earl Miller cottage at Woman's Lake, M inn. The Birthday Staff of Ihe h lodge held a picnic Tuesday evening at the Call State Park. Mrs Louis Lynk is president of the group. Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby .Miit Mrs Maudo Nelson were in Spenct.'r recently where 1 they visited Mr and 'Mrs Cliff Bow"man. Mr and Mrs Charles McVay spent several days last week at Webster City, where Mr McVay attended to business matters and Mrs McVay visited her father, the Rev. Joseph Share. Mrs Bob Kuhn and daughter, Mindy of Anktny are spending a couple of weeks here in the parental, Leota Halpina and Gordon Kuhn homes. Mr Kuhn joined them f"i the weekend. Mrs Clara Pratt and Mr and Mrs Harold Schumakff, the latter of Whittemore. spent Sunday at Webster City, where they visited Mrs Pratt's uncle, Henry BrunmT. Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer and Mr and Mrs Keith Campbell of Des Monies visited ho tv briefly last Thursday cnroute to Rapid City, S. Dak., to visit the Jim Volberdings. The Sawyers "are former Algonans. and Mrs Camphell is the former Mary Alice Fox. Mr and Mrs Leo McDonough of Waseca, Minn, spent from Thursday until Saturday here with Mrs McDonough's parenis. Mr and Mrs C. A. Rochleau. Mrs McDonough is the former Bernadine Rochleau. The Eight Specs card club met last Wednesday evening with Mrs Doris Wilhelmi. Mrs Lester Johnson was a . guest. Prizes were received by Mrs Mabel Lee. Mrs Clara Pratt and Mrs Elizabeth Post. Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas and Randy spent Father's Day at Mason City with her parents, Mr and Mrs William Soursos. In the evening they went to Kanawha to be with Mr Thomas' parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Thomas of Mason City, who were visiting Mr and Mrs Howard Kudej. Mrs Kudej and Mrs Thomas are sister and brother. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller, Marvin and Marilyn, and Tommy Potter are vacationing at Woman's Lake, Minn. Mr Miller has been Hying between there and Algona and Mrs Miller and the children will remain for two weeks. Mrs Miller's parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Robinson of Algona are their houseguests and' Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee and family and Mike Rentz were there over the weekend. 15 County 4-H Boys To Short Course, June 21 Fifteen boys from Kossuth County attended the State -i-H Bovs' Short Course at Iowa State College. June 21-23, according to Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant. Representatives from fourteen of the county's 22 boys' 4-H club? attended Delegates were — Dennis Schoby. Algona club; Norman Oilman, Eagle; Robert Fisher; Garfield; William Huskamp. Grant; Maurice ' Menke Greenwood: Charles W i n g e r t, THURSDAY . . . FRIDAY . . . SATURDAY Packed with action and young romance! MITZI GAYNOR KEITH BRASSELIE "3 YOUNG TEXANS" GEORGE O'BRIEN STERLING HAYDEN 'THE DENVER AND THE RIO GRANDE" in Technicolor DRIVE-IN SUNQAY and MONDAY Th« story of th« great dar«d«vill HOOP Ttchnteolor Stilling WHY jinn I* ttlltf IIWUI • BiMlt Mi I book by HlfDU K«Ueck PIUS COLOR CARTOONS fou've beerf, ^ robbed... if you don't ""*• ^k nK , ^ roar-mantic || comedy hit! • ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Julius Caposius and Thomas took Joyce to Masn;- City. Sunday, where .-ho left vi;: plane for SI. Petersburg, Flu., after a two week vacation wit!', homo folks. Father Blase Schumacher was a caller here on Saturday evening with his brother, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Fathrr Blase was enroute to Can-oil. Mr and Mrs Ch'y Webb of ( Highmorp, S. D. were Saturday' visitor;; in the K. L. Kohlhaas home. Mrs Julius C'apesius was n caller in the Frank Bormann home in Bode on Thur.-.-Jay ufterv noon. Sheryll Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Reding, a St. Jnfpph's 105." grrvhinfe, •? nrn- ployed as hospital libianan in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mary Ann Bert", daughter of Mr and Mrs AlpTmnse Bei te. who hi 1 - 1 l)een employed as hospital librarian, has resigned, and is inMiucting Shrryll with/ the Thomas Capesius spent several days the past week with his aunt. Mrs Math Kirsch. I'v!. William Bormann, son of Mi and Mrs Nick Bormann, .s1ii!:on"d at Foil Sill. Okla., spent tf>.-' wokend here with home foiK-. t'f'. Franklin T. Wagner, son of Mi and Mrs George Wapner. stiit,.,ii! .-I in Germany, enjoyed an II day furlough from June 10 to 21 in Europe, wi'h Paris. New An ,-terdnm, and other interest- in'.; points and sites visited. F'fc W.ij.'iier has been in the European ar<~a incc May 1954 and in ser- vi(' since Dec'. 19.W. Elainv Wagner, daughter rif Mr and M IS Qrville Wagner, student at an electronic, radio and tele- vi.-; >n institute in Omaha. Neb. sp> :\'. the week'.rnd here v\i'h ho::.i.' folks. ALGONA*; Cotrr fey Technicolor Lincoln; Francis Bjustrom, Lolls Creek; Merlyn Bartlett, Portland; Kermit Studer, Prairie; David Schiltz. Ramsey; Stanley Klein. SI. Joe; Dick Larsen, Seneca; Robert Kaltved, Swea-Hanison; James Elbert, Whittemore; Frea Erickson, Algona; county 4-H president and Robert Johnson, youth assistant. Three full days of activity were fhe order for the tit-legates to the annual session. They visited the college's agronomy and agricultural engineering farms: and met with members of the animal husbandry staff to learn about new developments in agriculture In their visit to the agronomy farm they learned about such things as soil judging, soil testing. and the weather and observe experimental plots. Agricultural engineers gave complete demonstrations on the use of modern shop equipment; lightning rods- and fire extinguishers, testing 'drain tile for guality and tractor stability. On the program in the animal husbandry meeting were discussions of such topics as improvement of livestock through breeding, pig testing, breeding for milk production and dwarfism in beef cattle. Dr. Evelyn Duvall of Chicago, a family relations consultant who has appeared at previous short courses, spoke to the ooys on "Talking Off Into Today's World" and "The Girls in a Boy's Life." Another speaker who gave a guidance discussion was Ray Cunningham of Ames, former sec'y of the col- IHinillUIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIM Ends Thursday "STRANfGE LADY IN TOWN" Friday & Saturday — 2 Action Hits — A LADY FROM NOWHERE... AND A NO-GOOD GUY! Macdonald CAREY Thursday, June 23, 1955 Atgdno (la.) 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Select From Large Assortments Now at Graham's - For Juniors, Misses, Women, Children SHORTS 1.19 to 2.98 BRA TOPS 1.00 to 298 PICNIC SUITS 3.98 SPORT SLACKS _— 3.98 to 5.95 PEDAL PUSHERS 2.98 SPORT JACKETS __ 2.98 to 5.98 SWIM SUITS 3.98 to 8.95 SPORT TOPS 1 98 to 2.98 BEACH JACKETS 2.98 SPORT SKIRTS 2.98 TEXAS DUNGEES 2.98 CULOTTES 3.98 m rjp p "".' * Kiddies WASHABLES 79c to 2,98 Counters and counters and counters pack-jammed full of all the cool things kiddies wear now! Includes shorts, matching suits, sunback sels, fancy pants, halter sets. swim suits and many others. All now at GRAHAM'S ! Summery Dresses What do you desire most in a COOV- summery dress? A slimming slenderizing sheer Bemberg? A crisp-cool Nylon frock? A fresh, leituce-cool Cotton? They're all here on Graham's Balcony, in a complete dress selection for Juniors, Misses, Women ! 5.98 to 10.98 (jrrahani s i IU1 IlillllUIIUUllUi'UIUlitllltUUllltllUIIUiliU Illtlty I lilty

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