The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1955
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V Around Algona The members of a local sewing club had a luncheon last Tuesday noon at the Johnson House. The members of a local birthday club went' to Dakota City Thursday lo meet with Mrs Waiter Klamp. Mr and Mrs Don Clark and two children wont to Woman's Lake on Sunday for a week's vacation in UK: Earl Miller cottage. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrot! had fis their weekend guests, Mr Parrot t's brother-in-law nnd sister. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lycm and three children of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Waller Bleich and Mr and Mrs S. D. Mi-Donald 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 Kalhy spent the holiday weekend in Des Moines with Mrs McDonald's bmther-in-law and Mster. M r an< j M,- S p,] on Fredoricksnn. Mr and Mrs James Dower and five children of Bettendorf spent Ihe Indt.-penrlence Day weekend here with Mrs Dower's mother, Mrs Katherine Hum. Mr? Dnwer is the former Mary Katherine J-furn. Mrs Robert Richardson and Donald ,md Donna K»y of Cedar Falls .-pent Thursday nnd Friday frith friends here. Mrs Richardson attendee! an Eastern Star tfieeUni:. They left from here for a %ve, kV vacation at Lake Oko- bo 11. ^ Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbeo nncl children left Saturday for a ivri-k'.- vacation at Die Algnna Ouimu' Club cottage on C,r-s Lake. Mmn. M v Sif.'.sbw's parents. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sig^bee expert to j»:n them tin-re (or the weekend. Mr and Mrs Homer Clark and sons sp'-nt the weekend at St Anthnriv wh--:e they vi-ite-i Mr Clark':-, parent:-. Mr and Mr> Mike Clark. The hoy.-. Jeh.nn;'.-. N.'.-!:i and Timmy remained for a week's Visit and their father will return for them next weekend. The Eight Specs card club met ! nsl \Vi'dm-S'lav evening at the. u! Mrs M:!t.>ii Da hi. Mr> 'L'ester .] iliii.---i!i u ,i.x .j litest. Mr= Eli/abi'th. P'"-; received the h;;,'h S.fc:" pi'i/e, Mrs l').u -is-W-iheimi. the low pn." 1 . Mrs M.ibe! Ix'e the i travel pn/.L- and Mis .luhnsun f ! fill's! puff. • I Ledyard Phone Ixchange Sold -By Mrs Jenks . The Central Su.'.es Telephone Company, whu-h r< rentlv wa- VoU'd a frani-hie he: i- by the gfupli-. b.-iiuht the leii'phonr 1 i-\- »li;irii.:e !".<•! e f: 'in Mr-; l!;i/-.i'l J;onks ar.,1 \-<<•]•: uvi-r t)v hn.-!!i - - s on .Inly 1. Mr and Mrs \V. H. Plasen of Bxsffc.lo Center will ! inove hei-e. nnd will be in charge. I JV1i t'hiM n has eh;nne of the re- j piur wink fur Ledyard. Buffalo) Ci-riUT and Sv.'ra C':ly. Ms < Cla^'n will lit.- the manaj;i-r of the local PMrh.inur a.'sd Mr:, \'i«ilt-t Miller U'ill cuntiir.ii' as operator. Mrs Hilferty is a^sistinj; this week. Mi > Jfiiks wbii has owned and ojir! ,.trd the exchimue here for Uiuny years, nvived tu Fort Dod^e. _; Kvar.yeiihla T.)r:icelh invcnteu j Wir Iv.u-iOiH't.-r in "''•' ••i DIAMOND'S PAINT SALE UTIUTT Gallon 1100,000 Gallons Sold SAVE, BUY NOW! DIAMOND'S (SURPLUS SfORE-AlGONA Kids An evening of bike fun is on the .slate for all Algona children, i'Ke J'2 and .under, nt the Athletic Parr i v c»niglit. A p;i';-;idei. complete with de- eomted bicvcles, will leave the eouilhoiihX' square at 7 p.m. headed for the poi'k.'Following the pa- i iide, races,i games and skill tests will be h6ld. A bike king and queen will be chosen by a committee of juc'.ges, and Mayor Linda Clapsadd,\e will officiate at the crowning. Awards will go lo the winners of .the various events. The regular wcu;k!y band concert will follow. One never outgrows the need to learn. ' Lightning Hits Farrow Home At 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- Geo spent frnrn Sunrlnv until Wednesday in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Melvin Fangman are the parents of a son born recently. Mr and Mrs Frank Hatten and Mr and Mrs Georgo Fangman are the grandparents. Mr and MCs Donald William? of Omaha visited at the home of her mother, Mrs Mae Dudding. Mr and Mrs ftalph Cayler and Corrine spent a two week vacation trip sightseeing in the wesf and California. Mrs Elizabeth Korrect visited with her son and wife, Mr and Mrs George Korrect of Laurens over the weekend'. Donna, Kenrteth, Lois Lampe and Maynard White, who are employed at Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend wiffo Mr nnd Mrs Henry 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 ho was rid ing at his home. Mr and Mrs Robert Rahe are visiting si .the homes of their parents. Mr and Mrs Charles Scholtes and Mi- and Mrs Rudy Rahe, of Bancroft. Mr Rahe is'station- ed with the air force in California. Mi and Mrs Eugene Fox ol Minneapolis spent the weeken.l at the home of his parents, Air and Mrs Wilbur Fox. Alice Long, who is employer! at. Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Long. Mr and Mrs Tom Deitering and Mr and Mrs Lamont Jansen spent July 4 with Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing of Ames. thursdey, July 7, 1§S5 Algana (la.) Uppw July Draft Call Filled The draft call for Kossuth County for July has been released by board clerk Iclela Wood. Four youth will leave July 18. They are: Patrick A. Bohn, 22. Wesley Melvin J. Arndorfer, 26. Wesley Alvin F. Riggert, 22, Whittemore I Donald J. darken, 22. LuVerne Funeral For Mrs Toothman At Burt Today Hurt—Funeral services will be held today (Tluirs. 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 her life. Surviving, besides her husband, are a ddugh- ter, Mrs Evelyn Chantland of Mallard, four grandchildren which they raised following the death of the mother; Kenneth Bates, Algona; Harold Bates. Burt: Bettv Jean .Janssen. Bode and Keith Bates, Des Moines. Other grandchildren and several great grandchildren as well as otner relatives also survive. Moonlight Ride ! T h<? Algon;i Bit & Spur Club held a moonlight trail ride June i ia, wun 4< i mers making a 7 i mile round-trip. Afterward a 1 weiner roast was held at the fair grounds. MME JITS ALL MEAT BIG BOLD SALAD BOWL 39C QT. JAR TENDER BEEF LIVER NORTHERN SLICED BACON ENDS Lbs. 29C Toilet Tissue 19C Reg. Rolls LEAN TENDER MINUTE STEAKS Hi -Lex GAL. JUG 47C BLUE BONNET MARGARINE Lb. Pkg's DECKER'S SUMMER SAUSAGE HOMEMADE PORK SAUSAGE BRACK'S CANDY CIRCUS PEANUTS 1 Lb. Bag STRONGHEART DOG FOOD PERCH OR COD FILLETS LB.19C L1PTON - BLACK TEA MUSSELMAN'S APPLE SAUCE 2 303 Cans 29C !-4 Lb. Pkg. 39C UPTON'S POST'S GRAPE-NUTS 2 »,' FROSTEE 2 "p°4:27 SUNSHINE June Bride's Ass't. Cookies SUNSHINE Ass't Cup Custard Cookies STATE FAIR LIQUID STARCH GRAPE-PRESERVES Glosstex ^ 25C SPRY 3 Ib. Can 790 DEXOL Ige. Box 49C Liquid Lux 'ir PERFEX . 496 Wi tiSIIVi THE EIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES A T> F\ATA V v^^Ll^L Cj T T £\. IL F( () N () \1 I( \I I OO 1) 1 RIBUTIO N OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CQNViNIENCi CALIF. WHITE Potatoes 10 ' -•»••• • \ . 'f\

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