The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1955
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2-Alfena (la.) Upper D«J Meirtii Thursday, June 30, 1955 LOCALS Dr. and Mrs D. J. Siitzel, Marion, spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder. Mt and Mrs Ray Ladendorff hnvc as guests Mr and Mrs R. H. Lapin of Minneapolis. Minn. Mrs Waller "Pat" Jensen has returned from a visit ;it Cedar Rapids with Mr and Mrs H. R. Seroggs. Allen and Mrs spent last week. Mason Citv with Mis James Ralph Brown Wednesday, at friends. Mr and Mrs son James Jr.. band. Mr and Mrs Robert Lee. ami James Lee, of Atlanta. (>a. The Messrs. Lee are employed with Kastf-vn Air Lines. Mr and Mrs Wayne Schichtl came from Fayette Sunday I" visit the formei's mother. Mrs Florence Schichtl and other relatives. They went to the Ok'>bu.ii.- Monday to visit Mr and Mrs Hn--sell Cook. Mr and Mrs William Runchey spent Saturday at Thompson with Mr and Mrs Emory Lillibo. Sunday they drove to Redwood Kails. Minn., and visited Mr and Mr> , Km 1 Powell and Mr and Mrs Le| roy Powell. They held a picnic | in the park. Beverly, Lois and Mary Kain, daughters of the Rev. and Mrs John K«i:4. vacationed at Ues Moines with the maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs A. A.. Jones. This week they are with the paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ernest Kain at Prairie City. Mrs Hay Johnson and her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Ilan- eelmnn of LuVerne have returned from a five day visit at Peoria, 111., with Mr and Mrs William Cook and at. Geneseo. 111., with Mr and Mrs George Furstc-nau. Mrs Cook and Mrs Fuvslenau are sisters of Mrs Johnson. Mr and Mrs W. C. Irelafl ha** as guests their daughter, Mrs Robert Middleton and daughters, of Riverside, Calif. Mr Mkldle- ton is in the Mid-west on business which has covered a couple of months in various locations. At the conclusion of his work he will join his family here for the return trip home. Mr and Mrs Ed Gloecke and family drove to Rudd, Sunday and were met there by Mr and Mrs James Rainbows of Waterloo for a picnic dinner. Mrs Goecke and Mrs Rainbows are sisters. The Goecko's daughters Joan and Margaret, accompanied the Rainbows home for a visit of a week. Mr and Mrs Aft Wtese and fhe letter's mother, Mrs Johanna Hanspn. spent the weekend in Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Le- larul Thaves and Lincls. Mrs Hanseii remained for a few weeks. visit with her daughter. Other weekend guests were Mrs Mary Thaves and son Victor, of Mason City. The visitors also spent some lime with Mr Wiese's uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Litchenberger. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT If Frimml Farms Sold $3704336 A. A public sale on June 25th o! two improved farms of the late William J. Frimml sold individually for $370 per acre and $336 per acre, it was learned today from H. M. Col well and L. E. Colwell, who were the auctioneers. The first farm of 120 acres was sold for $370 per acre to Mike J. Pfeffer. The second farm of 160 acres was bought by Mike's son, Francis Pfeffer, for $336 per acre. Both farms are located in Wesley township, L. A. Winkel was transactions. attorney for the At Funeral Of Earl Robinson Mr and Mrs Russell Cook. Mrs Esther Helberg and Mrs Henry Johannsen attended funeral services last Wednesday for Ear] Robinson, 79, a brother of Mrs Cook. Mr Robinson is a former resident of here, but had made his home at Minneapolis, Minn., a number of years. He had suf- fergd several strokes and had- been in poor health the past few years. Burial was made in DCS 'Moines where the family had lived previously. Mr Robinson is survived by his wife, thfi former Anna Dalley, sister of Walt Dalley, and a daughter. Neat Pefs Mrs E. L. Dickmeycr from Portland Township has a pair of pet crows. They were tiny when she adopted them five \yeeks ago, and the care she has given them has made the two feel right at home. She reports they bathe several times a day in a pan c f water, then hop up on their rorjit to dry. James Kelso and of Davonpoi'1 arc expected for a visit at the parental James Kelso's. Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph spent a couple of days at Goldfield Ins' week attending the centennial celebration. Mrs Cora Martin was visiteo Sunday by her son and daugh- 1cr-in-la\v. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Martin of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration for Mi and Mrs L. E. Mclntire at Armstrong Tuesday evening. Mrs Elsie Jenkins and her brother Glen Urch. of West Concord, Minn, have been here visiting Mr and Mrs Irving Urch and other relatives. J. F. Milder and J. D. Roberts have, returned after spending a week in Minneapolis attending a sales meeting of Rapid Tlierm- ogas officials. Mrs Ida Forbes has returned to Los Angeles following a six week visit with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs J. K. Milder. Mr and Mrs Jim Pentecost recently came from Southgate, Cal., and spent a couple of weeks with Die respective parents. Mr .and Mrs James Pentecost and Mr and Mrs Beechcr Lane. Mr and Mrs Harry Ireland plan to spend the July 4th weekend at Milwaukee with Mrs Ireland's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Harvey Sexter and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mi's George Ireland. Mrs Roy Jeiiers visited son-in-law and daughter. Mr Mrs Roland Gadd at Minneapolis. Minn., last week. She was joined there by her son Clayton Sorens-'on. who brought her homo. Mr and Mrs Henry Becker have had as guests their niece and hus- Odds And her and Ends tion. and the roses of Mr and Mrs Hoy Bjustrom are still smiling pleasantly on the starboard beam. » * * If you've let a lot of planned reading go by, a hospital is the place to catch up; and if you're rusty on just what is going on in radio during the daytime, the dime-in-a-slot will bring in some broadcasting you normally mis? St. Ann is a well run, efficient hospital. We know one Algona man who spends a week there every vear, just for the rest. * » » Even in a hospital, you can hear some of the humorous little sidelights of life. Frank Clark told the story of his son, Harold. Bancroft Register editor, who was playing golf at Clear Lake with his three .-ons, the youngest only eight years old. A stranger walked up to the foursome. "I think it'r mighty nice of you to play golf with your GRANDSON," he tola Harold, pointing tn the youngest sun. And it seems that Ken Cowan ;tski'd Red Erickson to paint a wheelbarrow out at Cowan Court. "Use some old paint", cautioned Ken. never one to carelessly waste paint. The next time Ken saw that wheelbarrow it was painted—a nice, neat BLUE. * * » Famous Last Line—Would you care to finish your bath now? DAVIS Reg. 89c 3-Piece ALUMINUM RANGE SET Grease - Salt - Pcppur 39c Here's something extra special for our friends and customers — a bargain you can't afford to miss. 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