The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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6->Afgana (to.) Upper Des Mofnes Thursday, July 21, 1955 Mrs George Larson took her son Tom, ana daughter Gwen, to Estherville Tuesday where they Will Visit several days. M* and Mrs Theo Chrischilles wbre weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman at their cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Dan Prieskorn have had the tetter's sister, Mrs Michael S&dlicke and little son of Chicago as guests recently. Mr and Mrs Glenn Jones and children and Mr and Mrs Arthur Krause, parents of Mrs Jones, spent Sunday at Lake Okobbji. Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge were visited last week by Mrs Ridge's nephew, Bob Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Johnson of Hardy. Mr and Mrs Keith Rowley and daughter Jacqueline, returned Sunday from Leech Lake, Minn., where they had vacationed a week. Mrs M. G. Bourne and family are spending the month of July on Ha'ywards Bay in a cottage, with Dr. Bourne goint; up for the weekends. Mr and Mrs Thomas O'Haire and Ann of Des Moines visitctl friends here this week enroutc to Gull Lake, Minn., for a vacation of several days. Mrs Carrie 'St. John has had as guests her brother >and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Harry Lauritson and the latter's brother, Ray Hentjes of Camarillo, Calif. Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley' have returned from Rock Rapids where they visited Mrs Beardsley's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Collins. Mr and Mrs Paul McCrea have rented the house on north Garfield, formerly owned by the late Max Kahlen. It has been remodeled and modernized. Ferman Chrisloffers and Melvin Pepper took a group of boys to Clear Lake last Friday, where they camped out through Sunday, and enjoyed the experience. Mrs W. L. Baker and son-in- law 'and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus went to Excelsior 'Springs, Mo. to visit Mi- Baker who is in a hospital there. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth and daughters Marian" and Kathy, drove to Whittemore Sunday, to visit Mrs Roth's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Henry Haag. Mr and Mrs Brady Rovn and children, Judy and Jean, visited Mr and Mrs Vincent Schleusner at Madison Lake, Minn., recently. The Schleusners are'former residents here. Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles are parents of a son borr. Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. There are two other children in ihe family, Cathy Diane and Julie Ann. The infant has been named Theodore but at this writing a second name had not been decided. ' ' '••'.' Mr and Mrs Howard Plati spent tin? weekend in their trailer house ill the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Robert Black are at LaCrosse, Wis. visiting Mrs Brack's brother nncl sister-in-law, tlio Rev. and Mrs Ray Richardson, Warred Godden arrived home last weekend to spend a 2-v/eek le*ive here with his parents, Mi- arid Mrs Jake Godden. Warren wr'ill soon receive his discharge from service. Mr and Mrs Don Smith Jr., and son, Danny, spent the past weekend at the home of Mrs Smith's mother, Mrs O. A. Jensen, at .Dougherty. While there they vtetted friends of Mrs Smith's. M'.r and Mrs Wayne Sinksen and children, John and Robert, Davenport, spent two days with Mrs Inez '.Wolfe last weekend. Mrs Sinksdrt is a granddaughter of Mrs Wiolfe. They were on their vacation. Mrs .Louise Pejer is being visitdd btv her son and daUghter- in-laiv, Rev. and Mrs Edwin Peter anid family of Sylvan Grove, Kan. She is also being visited by her grandson, Gerald Luedke of I^one Rock. Mr and Mrs Arthur Krause have as guest.s this week the Matter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Ira Benedict of Duarte, Calif. The visitors also will spend some time at LuVerne with other relatives. Charles, son of Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit, went to Emmetsburg Monday to spend several weeks with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Milton Moring. Mr Streit is recuperating from a strained back. Kalhy and Gloria Joseph are spending the week at Goldfield with the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph Sr. Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph have as guest this week Mrs Joseph's cousin, Clarence Benson, of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn and the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Koll of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Prieskorn's son, Bob Koll is employed at Park View motel. He is a student at .Junior college, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Vaughan Brown drove to Beresford, S. D. Monday to bring back Mrs Everett Brown to attend the funeral services for Mrs A. J. Brown, grandmother of the men. Everett is in service in Japan and his wife makes her home with her parents. Mrs M. A. Stewart, nee Ruth Reed, of Yankton, S. D. and her niece, Mrs Stuart McKay, of St. Paul, Minn, visited friends her.e last week. They had corns on business and also to attend tho funeral services for Edith Reeci. Mrs McKay is the daughter of the late Fay Reed and Mrs Heed. Mr and Mrs Leslie Ross attend-, ed a family reunion Sunday at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Heifer attended the Hieter family reunion Sunday in the park at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Irving Uich and children spent Sunday at Marshalltown with friends. Mr and Mrs Murl Potter and Tom are leaving Sunday for n vacation of a week at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Hazel Lusby spent a week ago Sunday at Humboldt with her cousin and his wife, Mr and Mrs Leo Fuller. Zelda, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Reid spent last week at Lakota with friends, Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson. Mrs Harvey Reid and Mrs Bus* sell Walker were counselors at the Methodist camp at the Oko- bojis recently. Mrs May Hanegan is sick with mumps and has been confined to bed a part of the time. She is now recovering. Mrs A. M. Quintard visited her niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Walter Mollrriann at Cedar Rapids a few days, last week. • Mrs Anna Presihus spent from Monday till Thursday last week at High Lake with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harry Vahldieck. i Mrs E. J. Hodges and daughter Mrs James Reed, are here from Bartlesville, Okla., and spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoeller. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller and family spent the weekend at Shenandoah with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arlen Miller. Mr and Mrs Robert Pousch were visited over the weekend by the Rev. and Mrs Richard Beving and sons, Douglas and Dirk, of Pomona, Calif. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ristau were visited over the weekend by 'their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bill Ristau and little son Rickie, of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Jess Lashbrook and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Harlan Lashbrook, of Fort Dodge vacationed at Lake Okoboji last week. Lloyd Martin of Webster City, son of Mrs Cora Martin, suffered a heart attack last week. He was not hospitalized but has been cautioned to not over-work. Mr and Mrs Robert Reiley have been visited the past fortnight by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gene Simpson, Christ! and Jeffrey of Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs Anna Presthus and Mr and Mrs Jess Lashbrook were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Carroll Lashbrook, of Fort Dodge. Mrs Lashbrook is the former Louise Presthus. A Ferden family reunion at which 70 were in attendance was held Sunday at the Athletic park. Those present from here were Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht, Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley and Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden and the respective families. Mf and Mrs ftoger PhllHpa attended a Barwick family reunion Saturday at OttumWa. They brought home with them their daughter, Mrs Glen Ffedefieksbn and children, Cindy and Cttlnie. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen spent 'Thursday and overnight at Amboy with Mr and Mrs 1 Garmer Ewen. Mr and Mrs Hansen also spent Sunday at Goldfield with Mr and Mrs J. W. McCutcheon. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid drove to Lakota last week Sunday to visit the latter's aunt, Mrs Hattle Randall of Glenburn, N. D., at the home of Mrs Reid's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck Sr. spent the weekend at their cottage at Rapidam near Mankato, Minn. They had as guests Mrs Morck's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clifford Struthers of Perry. Mr and Mrs Eugene Angove and Mr and Mrs Franklin Yenger recently drove to Albia to spend the weekend at their respective homes. The men are employed here on the construction of the Conoco station. Mrs George Powers and her mother, Mfs Jessie Aman of Cherokee have returned from a three week's visit at Concord, Calif., with Mr -and Mrs E. P. Farrell, Mrs Farrell is the former Thelma Aman, daughter of Mrs Jessie Aman and the late Will Aman. Mr and Mrs Merle Ross are parents of their second son whom they have named Gary William born June 27, at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Leslie Ross are the paternal grandparents and they have recently returned from Des Moines where Mrs Ross cared for her daughter-in-law during convalescence. Mr and Mrs William Geering have returned from Clearwater, Kan., where they had visited their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Everett Black. They brought home with them the granddaughters, Paula and Mary, who will stay here till August when they will be joined by their parents. Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoeller have had as guests, the latter's sister, Mrs Robert Hassmen, and children of Warner Robins, Ga., who also visited relatives in Minnesota. Mr Hassmen is in service and was unable to accompany her. Other guests were nephews of Mrs Schilmoeller, Quintin Graff of Chicago, 111., and JameS Baughman of Columbus, Ohio. Those who attended the Boy Scouts camp at Lake Okoboji, July 10 to 16 were Gary Peer, Gary Graham, John Gilbert, Ronnie Tschetter, Robbie Hutchins, Michael Prothman, Kenneth Thomason, Randy Harmes, Robert Percival, David Long, John Wilson, Jim Pratt, Eugene Wittkopf, Tom Macumber, Dennis Waller, Rickey Capesius, Don Fandl, Joe Hoenk, Bill Bourne, Gary Cook and David Hutchins. Leaders were Al Hidelbaugh, Gene Hut- chJns and Everett Barf. UDM Want Ads Bring Results One nautical mile measures 0080.2 feet. Read The Want Ads-It Pays! 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Can 4 for $1 J, S, OLEO 5Lbs$1 STAR KIST FROZEN 2 FOR TUNA PIES 29C GLACIER CLUB '/2 GAL. ICE CREAM CALIFORNIA 20 IBS. New Potatoes 79$ HONEY BOY SALMON 1 LB. Tall Can 39C BLACKBOARD PACK EACH Giant Wheaties 19* FINE GRANULATED SUGAR 25 '2.39 Deluxe Smooth 40 Count I Mrs Tucker's Pure Veg. 3 Lb. Tin PAPER PLATES - 69c SHORTENING .. 69c Come In & Register for a FREE week's VACATION at the fabulous Pine Beach on Gull Lake - The Heart of Minnesota's Paul Bunyan Vacation Land! HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO TO WIN: Come to Ray's as often as you like sign your name and address on an entry blank, and deposit in box provided at the store. Register as often as you want. Drawing will take place on Aug. 6. RAY M A R K E T

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