The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 3
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Thursday, July 7, 1955
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Around the members of a local ,. club had a luncheon last Tuesday noon at the Johnson Hooise. The members of a local birth' day club went to Dakota CrUy Thursday to meet with Mrs Walter Klamp. ' Mr and Mr. Don Clark and two children- Went'to Woman's Lake !pn Sunday for a-week's vacation in the, Earl Miller, cottage, 1 Mr and Mr4 Dean Parroit had as their weekend guests, Mr Par- rbtt's brother-in-law arid sister, Mr and Mrs Wayne Dyon and three children of Des Moines. ' ' Mir and Mrs Waller Bleieh and Mr and Mrs S. D. McDonald and son David, left Saturday, to.spend .the holiday weekend at' the Bleich-Medin cottage on Woman's Lake,'Minn. Mr and Mrs Gary; McDonald and Bill and Kathy spent- the holiday weekend in Des Moines with . Mrs McDonald's brother-in-1'aw and sister,, Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson. Mr and Mrs James Dower and five children of Bettendorf spent the Independence Day weekend Bere with Mrs Dower's' mother, Mrs Katherine Hum.-Mrs Dower ,3s the former Mary Katherine Hum. -•'• Mrs Robert Richardson and !bonSld and Donna Kay of Cedar Falls spent Thursday and Friday •With friends here. Mrs'Richard- Son attended an Eastern Star meeting. They left from here for S, week's vacation, at Lake Okoboji. ' ; ••Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee 3nd children left Saturday for a Wek's vacation at the Algona. fouting Club cottage 'on Cass fcaHe, -Minn. Mr Sigsbee's parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee expect to join them there ;for the weekend. ".Mr and Mrs Homer.Clark and sbns spent the weekend at St. Anthony where they visited Mi- Clark's parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Clark. The boys, Johnnie, Nicki 3Jnd Timmy remained for a week's visit and their father will return for them next weekend. T The Eight Specs card club mel last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Milton Dahl. Mrs Lester Johnson was a guest. Mrs Elizabeth Post received the high score prize, Mrs Doris Wilhelmi, The low prize, Mrs "Mabel Lee the travel prize and Mrs Johnson^a (iciest prize: ''"••••«- • •-••*- • Kids Ni Ah ' eVeriittg ! bf fcitoe \ftirt II" btt the slate for all Algofaa children, agei!2 and under, rttj the Athletic Pafft tonight, ':•:>;>!• .Y;; V -. A parade, cjJnipt-te wnh ae- covated bicycles, Will leave ijhe cour'thouse Square ait'V p.m. 'head-' ed for the park, Folliqwing the parade, ra^es, games and skill tests Will be held.. A bik^e king and cftieen will be chosen, by a committee of judges, and Mayor Linda Clapsaddle will officiate at the crowning. Awards^ will go to the winners of the various events.. The regular weekly band concert One never outgrows the need-to learn. Lightning Hits f |!f i)W Home AJ Bancroft Bancroft—Lightning struck the home of Mr and Mrs John Farrow Thursday evening. The wallpaper was burned off two rooms and electrical appliances were all damaged quite badly. , Pearl Farrow and.Denise Mc- Gee spent from Sunday until Wednesday 'in Minneapolis, ,• Mr and Mi-si Melviri Farigman are the tjBrents of a son born recently. Mr. and Mrs FrafiktHat^ ten and Mr and Mrs Qeofge Fangmari are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Donald' Williams of Omaha visited at the hbnle of her mother, Mrs Mae D.uddlng, , Mr. arid Mrs Ralph Cayler and Cbrrine spent a two week'Vacaj tion trip sightseeing in the wesf and California. "*Mrs Elizabeth Korrect vfsite^ij with her son and wife, Mr and Mrs George Korrect at Laurens over the weekend. Donna, Kenneth, Lois Lamfit and Maynard White, who are em- weokcnd with'Mr and Mrs Wenry Lampe. ( Richard Farrow of Sauk Centef, Minn, spent the weekend with relatives in Bancroft. Tommy Coyne, son of Mr and Mrs James Coyne, injured his shoulder and arm recently when he fell from a horse he was rid- jng at his home. Mr and Mrs Robert Rnhe are visiting at the homes Of their parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Scholtes and Mr and Mrs Rudy Rahe, of Bancroft. Mr Rahe is stationed with the air force in California. : Mr and Mrs Eugene Fox o! Minneapolis- spent the weekend at the riome of his parents, Mr Rapids, spent th. and Mrs Wilbur Fox. Alice Long, who is employed at Des Moincs, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Long. Mr and Mrs Tom Deitering and 'Mr arid Mrs Lamont Jansen spent July 4 with Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing of Ames. Thursday, July 7, 1955 Algenq (to.) Upper Be* Mato-»-3 July Draft Call tilled The draft call for Kossuth County for July has been released by board clerk Idela Wood. Four youth will leave July 18. They are: Patrick A. Bohn, 22, Wesley Melvin J. Arndorfer, 26, Wesjey Alvin F. Riggert, 22, Whittemore Donald J. darken, 22, LuVerJie Funeral For Mrs Toothman At Burf Today Burt—Funeral services will be held today (Thurs. afternoon) at the Methodist Church in Burt for Mrs Earl Toothman, 76, who died, at her home Tuesday morning following a short illness. She was born, Carolyn Anderson, and lived here ail hef life. Surviving, besides her husband, are a daughter, Mrs Evelyn Chantland of Mallard, four grandchildren which they raised following the death of the mother; Kenneth Bales, AJgona; Harold Bates, Burt; Bettv Jean Janssen, Bode and Keith Bates, Des Moines. Other grandchildren and several great grandchildren as well as oilier relatives also survive. Moonlight Ride The Algona Bit & Spur Club held a moonlight Mill ride June Hd, witii i( uaers making a 7 mile round-trip. Afterward a weiner roast was held at the fair grounds. , Exchange Sold JByMrsJenks "The Central States Telephone Company, which recently was Voted a franchise here by the people, bought the telephone ox- Thange here from Mrs Hazol Jenks and took over the business Tin July r. Mr and Mrs W. R. Clasen of Buffalo Center will •move here' and will be in charge. Sir Claaen has charge of the repair "work for Ledyard, Buffalo Center and Swea City. Mrs Clasen •will be the manager 9f the local *xchangu_and Mrs Violet Miller •Will continue as operator. Mrs llilferly is assisting this week. •Mrs Jenks who has owned and operated the exchange here for -many years, moved to Fort Dodge. " Evangelista Torrjcelli invented Hie barometer in 1643. ^ •HB_H "" DIAMOND'S PAINT ffi Oallon 1100,000 Gallon* Splc |AVf, BUY NOW! DIAMOND'S ALL MEAT BIG BOtO SALAD BOWL 390 QT. JAR TENDER BEEF LIVER NORTHERN SLICED Toilet Tissue BACON ENDS 2 Lbs. LEAN TENDER MINUTf 5JEAKS &-.*.• Reg. Rolls Hi * Lex GAL. JUG 47C BLUE BONNET MARGARINE Lb. Pkg's BRACH'S CANDY CIRCUS PEANUTS DECKER'S SUMMER SAUSAGE ILb. Bag 290 HOMEMADE PORK SAUSAGE •' STRONGHEART DOG FOOD PERCH OR COD FIltETS LIPTON - BLACK TEA !/4 Lb. Pkg. MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE 2 < 290 GRAPE-NUTS 2 S..350 * LIPTON'S FROSTEE Reg. Pkg. Cookies SUNSHINE Ass't Cup Custard Cookies LIQUID STARCH GRAPE-PRESERVES Z 230 Glosstex £ 2S0 SPRY v_ 790 490 Liquid Lux PERFEX £ 49$ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE CALIF. WHITE Potatoes 10 - 350

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