The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 6
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6-AIgeno do.) Upper De<; Moin»s Thursday, July 14, 1955 Algona Wins Another Safety Award Plaque Another municipal award for the Cily of Algona was presented Tuesday. In the photo lien. M;i\or I, ;vi,, ('hipsaddle is leceiving an A \vjnd for Special C:!;i'i"ii for lit.Vi ((,, AK;.in,-. ba-'< d nn im pedestrian deaths or illjin :e- liming tin yf,,r. '['hv awaid was a special cue in the U'Li-l Amc;ic;,n Auti.mol/il,. As.-i.ciat mil National Pedc-- Juan Piolcetion ennie.-t. Juhn Lanii »i PuVMipm !. salety director of the Mutoi Club ol Iowa, i.- ir.akim: the pnsentation i,, |'h, mayor. The award wa.- based on the nei.ient i eeord plu> Ihe keeping was set up in the police departm Miu-e it-signed to bceome jnanaae •nl here by Jim Egli. who has Alpona also has won another ID.")-} award, to be presented Jrlv ~0. by Governor linc-h in Des Moim's In,- no "fatalitu s in |!>54 on a slate contest basis. Mrs Lucy Givens is in Des • Moines visiting her niece and i husband. I Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe spent the weekend at Mason City ami had a routine eheck-up at Mercy hospital. She also vi.-ited friends. Mrs Mary Miller has been j visiting her SUM and dauuhter- in-law. Mr and Mrs Do]! Miller at Grmnell. Eleanor Sparks who is employed ut Ames, spent the weekend with her father, D. D. Spark.- and Mrs Sparks. Mr and' Mrs Ray Ladendorf have been visited by the iatter's bn.thri -in-law and s'i--.ter, Mr and Mis Lappin of .Minneapolis. Jae, son of Mr «.nd Mrs Morris (livens, is spending the week at the Methodist camp at the I Okuh, >jis. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster had as callers Sunday Mrs Foster's niece and iiusband, Dr. and Mrs Lester Giti-iiell of Crest'o. Hattie Wilson came from J Sp'lnrrviHp nnrl i? visiting friend. 1 ?. •Slu. 1 has an apartment here n\ i Mrs Ma/el Lusby's (ho year : around. j Mrs Frank Lewis who had be6n | a palicn! at St. Ann hospital [•everal da.\s, \v;is taken to Iowa City \Vcdnesdiiy morning. There >he will hiivc- a check-up ;md \-r;iy.-- I'm- a stomach ailment. Mrs Vallie Tribon has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital ati'l is at her home. She is considerably impi'oved from the re- ii nl stroke she suffered, is able '" i at and ran also talk a little. Mrs Orrie Hurlburi, moiher of Mrs K. AT. Richardson, has beeri taken to the Roberts Nursing homo. She was previously hos- pitali/ed at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and Mr and Mrs Marian Sigsbee and familv have returned from Cass Lake. Minn. The Algona cottage •- oreiipior.) ( hi^ wet'k by Mr and Mrs (i.iil Tii\\'ne. Mrs Myrtle Vining and her .laughter Mrs Dale Muling and ehildreii of Des Momes were here tn spend the weekend \vith Mr< YininuV mother. Mrs Haltio 1 \Villiam. i Mr and Mrs H. W. Weizel had as weekend guests, Mrs Wet/el's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Francis Cavanaugh and fam- ilv of Waterloo and the moiher, Mrs Clara Pompe. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht have purchased the house on west \obra<ka >treet which has for -ome lime been occupied by Ila r.il.-horoiigh and her mother. Mrs Maude Hi Isborough. Possession will he given August 1. Mr and Mrs P. W. Hansw wo>e visited the July 4 weekend by their son-in-law and daughter. Mi- and Mrs Andrew Miller of Cedar Rapids. They held a picnic the -4th at the Ambrose Cull Stale park. Mr and Mr Stanley Muckey have had as guests the hitter's parents. Mr and Mrs J. A. Blinkman of Shakopee. Minn. They were accompanied home by Patty and Nancy Muckey who will vacation there several days. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith took their little granddaughter Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray- .mond llarr. to Madrid following her three weeks visit. She also spent some time with her paternal grandmother. Mrs Edna Harr. Russell Cook was taken to the Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, a week ago and has been under fieatment for the dissolving of a gall stone. Me is improved and it is expected he will be home this week. It was feared for a time surgery would be necessary. Mrs Wilfred St. John was visited one day this week by Mrs Dorothy Sloier. Richard and Sharon of Englewood, Calif. They are former residents here and are visiting Mrs Sloter's mother and brother-in-law and sister. Mrs Mopus and Mr and Mrs Llovd Gibson at Armstrong. Mrs Clark Orton left last week with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Knute Orton for Chicago and will visit here ccvornl dav. Mr nnd Mrs Orlrm moved I here a few months at-o and Knute is attending school. Mrs Orion is employed in an office. Mr and Mrs Gene Minard drove to Fort Dodge, Monday, to see Mr and Mrs Eldon Gnade ann two children of Norfolk, Va., who are visiting Mr and Mrs Ray Minard. They will be in this vicinity a fortnight and will also visit Mrs Wilfred St. John. Mr Gnade is in service and is being transferred to San Diego. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore have been visited several days bv their granddaughters, Mary and Martha Dean, daughters of Mr and Mrs E. W. Dean of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Moore and the former's sister, Mrs Marguerite Gardner drove to lown Falls Sunday to spend the day with Mr and Mrs Wayne Ford, son-in-law and daughter of Mr and Mrs Moore. Reunions Hold Spotlight At Whitfemore Earn Zaugg. Mr and family, Mr Fehr. Mr and and family. Mr her and family. Society Fursi-Habeger Nupiials Richard Furst, son of Mr and Mrs Henry H. Furst of Algona, and Fern Habeger, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger of Hurt, were united in marriage in a ceremony performed Sunday. July 10. by Rev. J. W. Bearse, at the Burl Methodist church. The couple will make their home in Hum bold t this fall, where both will teach sch&or. Patricia A. McMillen and Ronald R. Shafto attended the couple at Ihe ceremony. Union Alelheans Meet Margene and Kathy Mertz were hostesses to the Union Alethean 4-H club at their July meeting. Jeanette Bjustrom gave a demonstration on putting on a collar and Grace McKim gave an illustrated talk about buttons and buttonholes. Mary Broesder gavr- a talk on pressing: Mary Ilia Erpelding and Grace McKim gave a demonstration on the care m hair. Judy Lichter of Algona was a guest. Whiilemore — The Gerber family reunion was held Monday. July 4, at the Sam Mogler home jvisi east of WhiUcninre. Those who attended were Mr and Mrs Raymond Esser. Mr and Mrs Alfred Fchr, Mr and Mrs Ewald Jersenson and daughter. Mrs and Mrs Eli Fehr and Mrs Elmer Mrs Fred Wirtz and Mrs KM Ger—„ . Mr and Mrs Arthur Banwart and family. Mr and Mrs H. W. Jin-gens and family. Mi and Mrs John Goldstrap and daughter Shorri, Mr and Mrs Phillip Fischer and family. Mr and Mrs Clifford Schuller' and family, and Mr and Mrs Orville Jurgens and family all of West Bend. Mr and Mrs George Uruellman and family, Mr and Mrs Harlev Bruellman and family, Mr anil Mrs Donald Bruellman and family, and Mr and Mrs Faye Gress. of Otlosen; Mr and Mrs John Gerber and family and Mr and Mrs Erwin Gerber and family. Mr and Mrs John Scuffham and family. Mr and Mrs Nealy Zaugg and family and Miss Deanna Eisenbarth, of Algona. Bernard Wichtendahl. Richard Kuecker. and Sandra Vaudt. of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Pxlward Jurgens and family. Mr and Mrs Willard MeCuc. of'Elgin, III., Jcjr- ry and Lynn Zaugg. and Carol Fritch. of Rock ford. 111.. Mr and Mrs Paul Fehr and family of Morris, Minn., Mr and Mrs Dennis Horgan and son of Walnut Creek, Calif., Mr and Mrs Paul Strnhn nnd son, nnd Mrs Einilv Lorclscher. of Sabetha, Kansas, Mr and Mrs Joseph Gerber' of Lime Creek. Minn., Mr and Mrs Victor Gerber of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Henry Esser of Mil ford, and Mr and Mrs Joseph Zaugg of Estherville. Honored At Webers In honor of Mr and Mrs Roland Weber, of Morrisville. Pa., a family gathering was held at the home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. Sunday. Those present were Mr and Mrs James Rhoda and family of Waseca, Minn.. Mr and Mrs Michael Weydert and family of New Richland. Minn.. Mr and Mrs Chris Weber and family and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Weber and daughter, of Wells, Minn., Mr and Mrs Marvin Weydert. and Mrs Joseph Jones, of. Mason City. Mr and Mrs Peter Weydert. of Ventura. Mr and Mrs Oscar Weber and sons, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Weber, of Ayrshire. Mr and Mrs Joseph Sikora and family of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Paul Weber, of Bart. Mrs Justin Mertx. Mr and Mrs Bud Ferden. Alvin Steenharl and Mr and Mrs Rapheal Thiltses and family of Algona. Mr a'nd Mrs Bud Ouinn. Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and family, and Mr and Mrs William Weber and daughter Ruth of Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Simon Weydert of LuVerne. Dorweiler Reunion A Dorweiler reunion was held Monday, the Fourth, at Academy hall and park. Present were Mrs John Dorweiler. Mr and Mrs Ed- Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Floyd Erickson, Algona, announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen, to Ronald Trickel, son of Mr and Mr> Clarence Trickel of Fort Dodge. The couple will be married July 23 in the St. Cecelia's Rectory here by Msgr. P. P. Gearen. They will live in Fort Dodge \v he re- Ronald has employment, following the marriage. Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson attended the wedding of Marjorie Hampton and Leo Lains at the Lutheran church in Humboldt Sunday evening. Saturday evening callers at the Donald Usher home were Mr and Mrs Bill Usher and Mr and Mrs Roy Usher and Joyce and Richard of Nashua. Joyce remained' for a visit. A Late Mode! —being offered for the next three days in this 1953 Chevrolet Model 210 two-door car. It's a dark, neat green color, with finish absolutely spotless. Low mileage here. This car has been thoroughly reconditioned by our factory- trained reconditioner. A value thriller, too! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Tune In! TO THE BEST ON THE AIR WAVES KSMN 1010 On Your Dial MASON CITY - ALGONA HAMPTON Studio In Algona Your Listening Schedule (Daily Except Sunday) 8:00 to 8:15 A.M.—Algona Area News. 10:00 to 10:15 A.M.—Algona Area News plus National, International and Iowa News. 10:15 to 11:00 A.M.—The Algona Hour. 12:00 to 12:30 Noon — News Round-up and Farm Markets. 3:30 to 4:00 P.M—The Jack Buis Show. LARGE SLICING CUK BLACK DIAMOND WATERMELONS 3c Ib. •••••I LAKE VALLEY Cheese 2 LB. BOX HOME RENDERED LARD-2!bs29c • " B M' m •; i' ' , • 'K " fill your basket with these Y< v . ^ A MORRELL'S RING 3 RINGS 89c DECKER'S VALUE LB. I. Bacon 29c DECKER'S HEAVY SMOKED SUMMER LB. U. S. GOOD Beef Roasts 59c LB. 39c PAN-READY EACH Sp'g Fries 98c CHOICE ClubSt'k 49c All Cuts VEAL U. S. GOOD & CHOICE Cut « Wrapped For Your locker BEEF QUARTERS AY'S ARKET Mts Tucker's Pure Vegetable 3 Ib,. SHORTENING.... 69e 2 Cans Niblets NIEXICORN 29c Qt. Jar 49c • lack Sprat Saa DRESSING D inty Moore BEEF STEW 24 oz. Can .39c Fine Granulated SUGAR - W UK. 89t \vnrd Donveiler. Mrs Tiose Bnirk- sehmitt, and sun Herm;m, Mr ;md Mrs Phillip Donveiler and son Lawrence, and Mr and Mrs Carl Schafcr and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Carl Studer, of t'or- with, Mr and Mrs Geor.ue Hinder of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Henry Studer, and family, and Mr and Mrs Howard Willie, of Hock Island. 111., Mr and Mrs Leo Arndorfer, and Mr and Mrs Donald Arndorfer and family. Mr and Mrs Arthur Menke and family. Mr and Mrs Frank Brink and family, and Mr and Mrs Joseph Wollner and family all of Bancioft, Mr and Mrs William Ristau and baby of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Charles Seymour, of Madison. Nebr.. Mr and Mrs Russell Kernick and family, of Norfolk. Nebr., Mr and Mrs'Arthur Veltre and family and Riverside. Calif., and Mr and Mrs George Gentler. Ralph Gengler, and Mr and Mrs Elmer Anliker and family of here. Mrs Herman Hinlz and dautih- | ter, Ruth Ann. and son Myrun. and Mrs Herman Hint/. Jr.. and son Ronnie, of LuVerne. and Mr and Mrs Delbert Wirhtendahl and son Vernon, of here \VIT<? Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mis Ernie Meyer. Afternoon callcis u-eve Mr nml Mr? TTnrold M>vor, ., ,„,,,(„.,. ,,r Ernie, from Swi-;i Cl MHvin A. Elh'Tt moved his fannlv and h<>u,Hiold furniture. Si.Hi.'.lav lo \V.,1I Lake wh.re he is ..mployul with .Julius S<"V Sr . nf K.nim-t!-l>iirtf. *''/>, ( , xp , rts to !»• miplovMl for the I;,!,., uv,,v,a,s ; ,l \Val.l Lake He I,.;,,,.,! 1m home to C.oidon Jeii- ..,.„ i,,i two ye.us. The ,Iens"iis m,.v.-,l h.-rr Salurfli.y altrinoon from Ottosen. where Mr Jensen ha< been traehing. tin- p""'- tw " ,.,, :i ,s. He will teach here in tho public school. Home On Leave ln< parent^. Mi anil Mrs Criris Ilaase and fami-lv. at Hurl. AOVIRTISID IN THIS MONTHt DAVIS 2-Quort Plastic Measure-Mix Bowl Fri., Sat., ond Monday Limit 1 to i customer t«Bulor 79t volu«l On* of Ihe nondiett mixing bowlt you've ever teen. Perfect for uie vvlih electric mijieri, 01 well at hand miiing. Made cf heavy "»quee:e-bo!lle" plastic that can't break or chip. Pouring jpout, eoiy grip handle, hole for hanging. Marked for measuring up to 2 quarts. Choice of as- lorted colors, DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr and Mrs Bill Amon FLEISCHMANN'S Active Dry Yeasl in now "Thnfly I/[„ Three's I **»* KARO Brand Syrup 5 Lb. can LT. 63c NESTLE'S Chocolate Morsels, 2 Pkgs. NESTLE Cookie Mix. Pkg. CALUMET Baking Powder «C IS oz. can fcWU KNOX. Unflavorcd Gelatine, Pkg. CREAMETTES, 2 lor SURE-JELL. 2 for CERTO bottle 25c 29c 27c 27c C and H Cane sugar 1 0 Lb. bag SI.09 RAY'S MARKET "''„ Summertime Taste Treats ! Snow Crop Frozen Lemonade 2 Cans 29c Fresh Peas 2 Pkgs. 29c Vi PRICE SALE VEL 2lg.Pkgs. 47c Giant JOY 59c Giant OXYDOL....59c NORTHERN COLORED 60 COUNT NAPKINS 10c FANCY BING - y C D D I C FOR CANNING V ll C if If I C LOOK WHAT *1 WILL BUY! HI C ORANGE JUICE (46 oz. can) 4 for $1 Good Rich ELBERTA PEACHES 4 cans $1 Duncan Hines CAKE MIX (yel. ; wh., d. fd.) 4 p ks. $] Jack Sprat PORK & BEANS (2'4 can) ___ 5 f or $1 Armour's PEANUT BUTTER (6 oz. gl.) __ 4 for $1 Hunt's TOMATO CATSUP (14 oz. btl.) 5 f or $1 Van Camp's GRATED TUNA 5 for $1

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