The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 33
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1955
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. . AROUND ALGONA ..... ~_T. U Smith gt*t a birthday party Thursday for her son, Neal, who was five years old. Guests were Deborah Kelly, Bob and Royann Nichols, Tommy, Becky and Mike Black and the hphoree's aunt, Leona Smith. Patty, daughter of Mt arid MM Johh Dunn, spent last week at Grand Meadow, Minn., where she visited her aunt, Mrs Joel Miller. Mr and MM William Gfuner and son. Dieter and Mrs Redmond loft. Saturday for Montreal, Canada. They are visiting friends who came over from Germany with them two years ago. They plan to be gone about a week. Leona Smith left Friday for Philadelphia where she will attend summer school. Her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs David Smith and children took her to Mason City to board a plane and spent the remainder of the day on an outing at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs William Schuijer. Pamela and Randy joined Mr and Mrs Roy Walrod and Cheryl Beth of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Gerald Loehr of Morland at Clear Lake on Sunday for a family picnic. Mrs Loohr'a birthday was celebrated. Mr and Mrt Charles McVay left Monday for Montana where Mr McVay will make his annual business tour for the Montana Sheriffs Association. They expect to be gone until shortly before the school term opens when Mrs McVay will again teach kindergarten at Bryant. Diana, daughter of Mr and Mrs David Smith spent last week in Des Moines where she visited her friend, Jackie Compston, daughter of Mr and Mrs Duane Compston. Mrt Clara Pratt left Saturday for West Union to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Trae- Rer, Sr. Mrs Traeger is ill in a hospital there. Mrs Pratt attended the annual reunion of her family on Sunday. Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Clayton Pittman to sew on doll clothes. The garments made will be sold in a fund raising project this fall. Mr and Mr* A. C. Briggt, Dr. R. J. Thissen. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner, Mr and Mrs Homer Clark and Mr and Mrs Harry Barton were in Webster City Sunday attending a meeting of the Legion of The Moose. Mn R. B. Waller entertained a few neighborhood children Friday morning in honor of the sixth birthday of her son, Steven. Guests were Greg and Doug Cook, Lennie and Bill Miesner. David Logue and the honoree's brother, Jack; A meeting of • the Girl Scout Executive Board together with the adult leaders from the Brownie Day Camp was held Thursday evening at the home of Mrs William Ankenbauer. This year's camping experience was evaluated. Special commendation went to the Senior Scouts whose work at the camp was extremely helpful. These girls are Patricia Ward, Edith Christiansen, Sandra Medin, Ann-Mikes, Judy Pickett, Linda Smith. Marcia Anderson, Sandra Bey, Judith Rovn, Judy Reinders Patricia Thompson, Joan Goecke and Zulabel An- ki-nbauer. Mr and Mn Uoyd Pratt and sons, Jim, Dick and Larry spent from Thursday to Sunday .in Chicago and Milwaukee. In Chicago they visited museums and the zoo and in Milwaukee attended the Milwaukee Braves - Brooklyn Dodger baseball game. They were overnight guests of Mrs Pratt's cousins, Mr and Mrs George Gregg in Milwaukee- Mr and Mr» William I. Ankenbauer arrived here Saturday Irom Fort Hood, Tex., where Mr Ankenbauer recently received his discharge from the army. They have been living at Belton, Texas and are temporarily ut the parental William Ankenbauer's. Mr and Mr* Eugene Zander left Sunday on a vacation trip to Billings, Montana. Mr and Mn Wilbur Reinden, Rosemary and Robert, went to Lake Okoboji Saturday to pick up the daughters, Barbara and Judy who had completed a week at the Presbyterian Youth Camp. The family then went to Oranje City for the weekend with Wr and Mrs John Reinders. Richard Reinders, brother of Wilbur, and his wife were also visiting there from Denver, Colo, the Naomi Circle of the Ret* kah lodge held a picnic Friday afternoon at the Call State Park. Mr and Mfs Rus«*U Renift had as their guests on Friday, Mr and Mrs Wood row Sturgeon and Mrs Agnes Nellis of Montevideo, Minn. Mr and Mn Stanley Muckey and Nancy and Patty took their daughter, Jo Ann and Barbara Wiener to Methodist Camp on Lake Okoboji Sunday and then spent the remainder of the day with Mr and Mrs Bob Williams who are vacationing at Vester- guard's Resort there. Mr and Mr* Robert Sigtbee left Monday for a week's vacation at Sand Lake, Minn. They also planned a side trip to Lake Superior. The son, Bobby, and daughter, Judy are visiting their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Bruelman at West Bend and Jimmy is with the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs'W. J. Sigsbee. Mr and Mrt N. A. Beit and sons, Jim and John, returned Sunday from a' trip to California which they started May 28. They visited Mr Best's brother, Fred at Julia and the brother Gerald at A.zusn. They also toured California going as far south as San Diego. Mr* Keith Campbell of De* Moines brought her sister, Ruth Fox, home Thursday after the latter had spent a week in Des Moines caring for the Tom Sawyer children while the parents were vacationing. Mr and Mrs Campbell were enroute to Lake Okoboji when Mr Campbell became ill. He entered a Fort Dodge hospital where he is still a patient. Mrs Campbell is staying with her husband's parents at Humboldt and her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Fox here. Mrt R. B. Waller took her ton, Tom, to Camp Foster, Lake Okoboji, Sunday and then met her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt of Fairmont, Minn., for a picnic dinner. The Pratt son, Bob, is also at Camp Foster this week. Bridal Couple Who Spoke Vows On June 12 Pictured above are Norm a Jeanne Bleckwenn, of Fairville, and Merle Denton Lockwood, of Swea City, who were united in marriage, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. A. C. Krueger , at St. Luke's Lutheran Church at Fairville, June 12. The couple will make their home on a farm west of S'.ve,? City. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Chums' Workshop The Cresco Chums 4-H Club met Saturday. June 25, at the home of Mrs Ervin Gerber for an all - day workshop. Nineteen members and one leader were present. Demonstrations were presented by Dorothy Gade, Janice Besch. Eunice Gade. Delores Eisenbarth and Joyce Riebhoff, and Delores Eisenbarth and Eunice Gade delivered talks. The first car race was from Paris to Rouen in 1894. NOW-IN OUR SHOWROOM See The Latest In Gas Built-in Kitchens , separate... ; ultra-convenient... BUILT-IN COOKING UNITS bring • n«w look to the modern kitchen . .. IniUN it any height. Placa them close together or at opposite endf of the kitchen ... in a peninsula, in an Island. Specify •our, six or any number of top burners you need. InstaN in wood, metal, brick, plastic or any other material A wWe variety of colon and finishes. Save mile* of slept. Eye-level controls . . . easy to see without stooping. The very ultimate in fast modern cooking equipment "America's easiest ranges to keep clean." tOU'LL BE "YEARS AHEAD" WITH CALORIC BUILT-INS Whether you're building a new home or remodeling you'll wont to see this built-in unit before you make any decisions. Available for both bottle and natural gas and with automatic or manual controls. PtICIS ARE NO HIGHER THAN A REGULAR GAS RANGE I SEE TODAY AT RAPID THERMOGAS CO. •hone 16—Ajgona So. Philips St. + FIRST AID+ In caw of accident or sickness, the telephone'* your best bet to get help fcat. If you're on a party line when ap/n«one due y> in trouble—release the line quickly to let their urgent calls through. Other tips for food party- line service: space out your phone call*, replace the receiver carefully, hang up quickly and quietly when you find the hne in use. Remember, party- line courtesy is catching. Northwest* ern Bell Telephone Company. •BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash Mr and Mrs Wallace ROSCCP- Ann and John Michael, arc moving this week to their new home in Atlantic 1 . Iowa. Mr Roscor has been an instructor in the Burl school for the past five years anrl has now accepted a position with the Atlantic Independent school. Mrs Roscoe. came to Burt in March 1951 a Her graduating from a 4-year course at I.S.T.C., Cedar Falls. Dr. and Mrs Clapsacldle with Jerry and Tommy Clapsaddle of Clear Lake are vacationing in the Black Hills. S. D.. for a few days. The Vacation Bible School of the Presbyterian Church is being held from June 27 to July 1 Instructions art? from 8:30 to 2:1? for children from 4 years to adult age. A program will be held on Friday evening at 7:30. The public is invited. Mrs James Frederickson, daughters, Sandra and Candace of ; Alta. are visiting at the Louis I Riedels and the E. P. Frederick- j sons. The town of Burt wo:-: sprayed Monday with the work starting at 5 a.m. j Mrs Dean McFee of Garner was a supper guest Friday at the home of her grandparents, Mi' and Mrs Herman Neitzel. Fifteen women attended th' 1 Burt T o w n s h i p Homemakers "cook-out" held at the Burt park Tuesday afternoon, last week. The cooking was done over stoves made of gallon cans, and meat. nnnr.nkr-. etc. \VM-P propnrnrl Mvre while potatoes were roasted in "ther fire.-:. This is the h,sl ii''::i"maker, meeting until fall. Fidelis Class party for June wa.- held with Charles Ilabegdr \V"diK's«-]ay afternoon. Ten meni- b< TS were present and guests were Mary Sarcliet. Frances Sar'•'•"•!, Shirley llabegei and Fern ll'ibi fii'i-. B;rlhrl;..y Cirri- met with Ella Si:i--bre Thui'sday aftei-noon with 1M members attending. Birthdays of Bertha Wallace and Bertha Mansmith were ob/sei vi:d. Clara VariS'ci'ribr-ixf: v . p a-; a ^ix.'st. The ii"xi. meet in» will be a picnic July Ifi in the Hurt Park. Mr William Nelson and Lillian Sti ngfl wf're Sunday vi.-itors at tiie Anton Ilurlburt home near CVrwith. Mr and Mrs Arnold Clark and (hildrcn of Akn.n will spend 4th of July wi f-kend with the Walter Lo.-kwoods ;,iKl Mrs Clark and child:'•!! will stay for a visit. Lottie Ist-nbvrger spent from NELS and KAY ISAACSON Coming al BROWN'S STUDIO Sumlnv fill Thursrlnv with W. F. Baurn and Elsie and assisted with housework during the absence of their regular help. Mi- and Mrs Lawrence Doogc had a family dinner at their home on Father's Day with the following attending: Mr and Mi's Art Hansen of New Hartford; Mrs Minnie Oeslerroicher oi Titonka; Mr and Mrs Karl Rafdal and Steve. Gli-nnville, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Vern Rafdal and children, Titonka; Mrs Walter Adams and children, Algona and Mr and Mrs W/ANTED TO B-'U 5 OLD HORSES & WILD ANIMAL PEED. (UV 140 BALES OF GOOD HAY. 19 CASES *>9Mrt-EGG5 (&«-7 BUSHELS*; LETTUCE. ouL (50 GAL 4-MILK. MQUIRE BEFORf 9A.M. dTICKET OFFICE HS-SI Thursday, June 30, 1955 Algono (fa.) Upper 0** MoinM-3 Wilbur UOORO. Mrs Hansfn and Maraulcy Mrs OestfTiT'iehcT arc- sisters of Lawrence Duegc.-. Mr and Mrs Don Marauley. Steven and John '.vero at 1he Walter Stewards Sunday. Mi recently finished a four year navy enlistment and with his fiimily is living on a farm near Estherville. l IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT BUILD LITTERS of 6/G PIGS before farrowing Feed Sows FUL-0-PEP Sow Supplement Give your sows pig-building nutrients not supplied by qmin and grass . . . feed Ful-O-Pcp Sou- Supplement. Helps build BIG litters of BIG pigs. Helps make lots of milk for 'em, too. ONT BAG BALANCES UP TO 5 BAGS OF GRAIN. Might) economical! Federal North Iowa Grain Co. ALGONA WED. JULY ^^ j Sexton, Iowa VXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXt£XVXXXXXXXXXXXXX\ R G E S T " JI G- S A W- PUZZLE i'..& IrtV-- if.rV. ^'^•?&&-J^M&..-&!f.?.?-*:~H ,"•£.(,. .\.l::. .^'H'^' •...-.•>. : ' •••:•:;.• ' \ .,' Circus Tickets Given Away! CHILDREN'S FLOOR BOYS! GIRLS! COME to FOWLERS and Make Your Guess on the Number of Pieces! FOR CHILDREN 14 YEARS OF AGE OR UNDER - MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT Make Your Guess On Thursday, Friday or Saturday — Puzzle and Tickets Awarded Next Tuesday! HIPPOPOTAMUS SEE T H ilp^E Cl/l I, D I S P L A Y O F T H E SUPER-SIZED "JllG-SAW PUZZLE" THE MAf|i|ti|OLWRpOM WINDOW OF And Make Your Guess This Week-end Sure Children! Come To Fowlers Children? Store (MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT) Be Sure To Make Your Guess This Weekend! 30 CIRCUS TICKETS Awarded Next Tuesday (WATCH OUR WINDOW) "CIRCUS DAY" WILL BE Wednesday July 6th "JUMBO-JIG-SAW-PUZZLE CONTEST" NOW OPEN!

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