The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 46
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6-Algonn (ItO Upper De< Mo> IP* T?iur«.'c!ny. July 91, 1955 Installation Of Auxiliary Held At livermore x Ai;- Sacred Heart Guild Livermore — ,'Vr •>. ' 11 .'-.n L( iMi'ii 1 1. T! i pas! pve-iden' \' : ; '•• i ;,••( (t .i Off;, .-r- are p.'. --.-:. :>< Mi- Fn-i' Pooch: vice pri -i.lmt. M:- 0 •!-,.,U Ai :n-t: 'lur. .--ec: i VM-. MI- Hevivy Rt:un,-. ' "< :i- •.<''• , . M> ] ink Hus'hcs: C'lap'am. A'-'H,.lo'.-l Gr. •!-,!'. - i,: S' I':- <•':• A? AMI'S. Mi- Y:v.;il SM'.:'!.; Mn-i. . Air- .T. F. Ham-:-,. At Golden Wedding Air.onu 'in 1 ;-*' !r"iii i - '"'!'(\ v.'hn ;itt<i:.!"'i tin ui'Htti \vrili! ni: ,m- nivr!.-.,i.v «'f Mr ami M:- Slrvr H.'iUfi M l.ilYr: no. -.v. ; • M:' ..in! Mi- Oilfoiil B.iK<r. .I.ir.iiu ..ini D;i!vl. Mr and Mrs Frank ll-.'l't Presbyterian Aid Dies After Trip Here DIAMOND'S PAINT SALE Kichaivl FulIertoD hat Got '! 'go Sittler Ii!. p;;.-sed away iii hi- i',tlicc. .Uily wife hii'i rcttirn- ! here Thursday, to atte.'.id tin- (11- of h;- ffjunl. Mrs Sittlcr. i- UTILITY HOUSE PAINOj his ,Ii<hanna . i n :M at her the M"n-y odue \V(.-dni-s \Vavne Vaudt .-u-ntioii f.-i/m hi Klevator N' . r" f!e !.- sc-rious|y e. Smith. U'ho lias limi'ic. \vas taken lio.-])ital in Fort :iy. is having his duties at mpany. gone to will C Ad i>ur>po$f Gallon [100,000 Gallons Sold] SAVE, BUY NOW! DIAMOND'S [SURPLUS STORE-ALGONAl F;II mcrs ami !ii.- wile Moilli-.-. wh< If Their Ihri r •••in.-- i cmuim d with ' their uraiidpai-i-nt". M'- and Mrs Art Yandt. Mrs Anna \V«lt(-r spent the weekend \vi!h lie r >isler. Mrs C. N. \\VUi r. al Bra- I v'.ate. On Sunday. Mi- and Airs \\Vlter and Mrs Anna \\Ylti-r \'isiteti \vltli the C. N. \\YlierV ,-lauuhtr-,\ .Mrs Nellie lloilu;an at Pocahiinlas. Mrs FJine) <: In'iihar.h \v;is lios*- (•.•;.-, to the Pinochle e.'uh Friday .-il'tenioon. lli.uli pi'i/i lor Pin- iichU- went to Airs Frr-.'nk Hoffmann and consolation pri/e to Mrs I lennan C rmliaeh. All'- Frank 1 loi I'mant.i enter- t.nni'd Airs l.nv.-ell CoclirLil. Mrs Ernest Louue. Mrs Alice Smith, Marisin-t Malin. and Airs Will Slach at Pinoi-hle at her home recently m honor of Mrs Slach of I Indianola, \vlio spent a week i lu-ie. I Uick Mc-Oee of PHsndona, Cahf. ! i.- ^pendiny some time here visit- in:: his snn. Miliirirr MrGop n hd . family. I Airs August Paulson was a Hamm. | n U ,.-| of Mis Harry Zigrung (it "''• Mi' i the fmintry Clul) ;it a one o'clock \lr aii-,1 j bnd.ue luncheon Wednesday. M: and , M' ]S John Dils and children nt Hakfi \Ye.-le\- were Friday afternoon i" :••!" j vi-'iioi's \s-ilh her sister, Mrs : N-H k Klein, and fami'ly. . Air and Mrs Herbert Roney j -.vent tu Mason City Thursday to of the ; T.I-el their daughter, Judith Ann. _ ,; re:,u- ; -vho spent fiv<- weeks visiting 5 l'ii'-.ia\ ' '•]>•:• aunts in St. Alichacls. Mary meet'- i land. She also spent a week in p; !-!••! .V \\- York City. ,\ I-' ,1- I J,>hn O'NYil. who underwent ',;: i:\i !-urm-ry in an Iowa City hospital, :': p: -.- • ! : i tin ii--«i heme Tuesday. ,'•',•: ' AI:- CU!ford Baker, Mrs Joltn •.-, Ii •-<- ! A'!:v.in. Mrs Frank Cox and Mrs \ !!• !.Ve Alel,,\m of lluTiboldt went },\- M-- ;, t'u ::o:nt- of Airs Connie Kohl- ]., :-.,; ; >:.,.!- ;n Aliiona Thursday affcir- A^ru-s i rv. •-. ••.'. .;iv.) lielped hi?r celebrate iv\- ; --,e. ; TV-e :n:';i!it son of Mr and Mvs T, :'.:;•:>• I):n-is who has been ill tat '-•.- r.o'r.e was taken to the Mercy -•:, -- t. : ;-..-spital in Fort Dodge Friduy f i'li-;- •. Pehiiar Smith was host to the id' i 1>\- ! Huiriboklt Township 4-H club ,w;ence ! hoys at his home Wednesday -o v ;•,] i evening. -!-ived ! Airs Tom KiVsinger was hostess | to the Neighborhood club at hi;r home Tuesday afternoon. A son was born Saturday . morning to Mr and Mrs Raymond j P.erte at St. Ann hospital in Al, gona. The Bertes now have three sons and two daughters. Mrs Bcrle is the former Maxine Vaudt. daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Mr Berte is the son of Mrs Anna Berte of Livermore. Mrs Herman Gronbach opened her home to the Just For Fun club members Wednesday afternoon. Auction bridge was played. High prize went to Mrs Francis Murphy, second high to Lena Altman, and traveling pri/ID to Mrs Klmer Gronbach, Mrs Frank Hoffmann, who was a guest, also received a prize. Mr and Mrs Richard Sawyer have purchased the O. J. Cayou residence south of the Catholic Church and have moved irrto it. Mr and Mrs Cayou will move to Tucson, Ariz, this fall. Mrs Jack Jackson, son and Alary Duffy of Emmetsburg were Sunday visitors with their ,-ister. Mrs Ralph Kenne. Mrs Ruth Stiles of Arizona, who is spending the summer at the home of her son Jerry Stiles, entertained Mrs Gertrude Boyd. Mrs J. C. Kelly, and Mrs August Paulson at a Coffee Thursday afternoon. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppedahl DIES Two year old Douglas Kirkholm of near Moville lost his life recently, when he was run over by a tractor in the yard of the Kirkholm farm home. His father was backing the machine, unaware of the fact that the little boy had come out into the yard. Carl Akeley, the American explorer, was buried on Mount Mikeno in Belgian Congo, Africa. Pastor and Mrs Harold Mountain were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs Clara Solherg and Oliver Christumson. Mr and Mrs Art Vinaas anct daughter Sharon of Austin, Minn, visited at the Donald Larson and John Vinaas homes and at the home of Mrs Leona Daniel in Humbodt this past week. Mrs Henry Dearchs Jr. ami daughters of Algnna spent Wednesday at the Antone Waechter home. A week ngo Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser and Mr and Mrs Henry Dearchs anfl family of Algona were evening visitors at the Antone Waechter home. Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Olson home were Mr and Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen and Jeanne of Bode and Dr. and Mrs William Olson and family of Charles City. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann and Mrs Mina Wehrspann visited Mrs Lizzie Baas at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Two weeks ago Sunday Rev. and Mrs M. Wehrspann and family of Aurelia came for over the 4th of July. That Sunday even- ng the visitors and Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann were supper guests at the Raymond Wehr»- pann home. Mrs Alma Knutsen of Randall is visiting at the Antone Speich home. The two ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf and Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and family were picnic dinner guests at the Clarence Skattabo home at Wallingford July 4th. Douglas Wehring of Des Moines was also there. Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf picniced with Mr and Mrs Nathan Banwart at Call Park in Algona in honor of Mr and Mrs Floyd Banwart and family of Phoenix, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Willis King and daughter, Vickie of Story City spent this past week at the home of Mrs King's parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee. Mrs Russell Chism and family of Malcom also visited two days this \veek at the Lee home. Sunday Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry visited at the Archie Thorson home at Fort Dodge. Robert Lee of Tulsa, Okla. spent the July 4th weekend at the parental, Oliver Lee home. Mr and Mrs Mike Henley and family of Des Moines were Saturday dinner guests at the Donald Cooper home. The Henleys brought Nancy Cooper home. She has spent this past week witn them at Clear Lake. Mrs Essie Cooper returned home Friday after spending a week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Archie Hanson at Spirit Lake. A week ago Mrs Ted Under- berc find hor sHor. Mr' Amnndn Twedl, visited at the home of another sister, Mrs Henry Anderson of Duncombo. On Friday Mrs Twedt left for tier home in Los Angeles, Calif. Mr and Mrs Ray Haugcn of Algona were afternoon and evening visitors at the Ted TJnrlrrberg home. Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen and family visited at Perry and Des Moines over the weekend. Friday evening they were supper guests at the B. N. Curran home in Des Moines and Sunday picniced with Mr and Mrs Ralph McLuen of Perry at the Ledges State Park. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kllingson ol Cedar Falls visited Saturday at the Melvin Ellingson home. Mrs A. K. Connor and children of Kansas City, Mo. visited recently at the Ellingson homer Marilyn Long, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Long, celebrated ner birthday June 25 and the Sunday following, a dinner in her lonor was given at the home 01 ler parents. Those present were VIr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family of Bode and Don Lange of Sutherland. Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland and their family which include Mr and Mrs Richard Christianson, Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Mr and Mrs HaroU* Dale and Debbie of Humboldt attended the Olson-Hougland family reunion at Spirit Lake Sun- dny. Mrs Lawrence Ilolden was taken to Rochester. Minn, to the Mayo Clinic Saturday. She had been hospitalized at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge a couple of days previous. Mr'Jesse VanBuskirk is a surgical patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Sunday Mrs Mike Coyle accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Donald Brand- hoi.i of Bradgate to Minnesota where they attended the wedding rif Arlene Nash and Merlin Jensen near Emmons, Minn. The bride is a niece of Mrs Coyle. Others from Ottosen who attended were Mr and Mrs John Vinaas and Janice. Ronald Vinaas, Mr and Mrs Donald Larson and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson and Orville and Mr and Mrs F.ldon Kllingson of Hurt attended the wedding of Peter Movick and Jean Prescott at the Trinity Lutheran church in Mason City at 7:HO Saturday evening. The bride is from Clear Lake and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Peter Movick, former residents of Ottosen. The Presbyterian Women's Organization held an ice cream social in the church parlors Friday evening. They took in around $30. P.Ttor find Mrs Harold Mountain, Martha Usher. Pally Struthers, Priscilla Holt, Ronald Kll- ingson and Peter Holt attended the Ingam Lake Bible Camp tins past. week. Mr .and Mrs Merle Holt and three children returned homo Tuesday from Illinois where they attended the Jameson reunion. Also attending were Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobson and JarmJv >l Bradgate: Triad Hall of Fort Dodge and the Lee Holt family of Spencer. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs Loran Daniel and Mrs Louis Kelley hostesses. Mrs H. J. Nielsen led in devotions. Mrs Louis Kelley wa accepted as a serving member. The lesson was given by Mrs Hnlph RirhnrrK Fa.rcll Knockson of Minneapolis, former Ottosen resident, and son of Mrs Rena Knookson of Ottosen was one of the speakers at an appreciation program honoring Dr. Klmer S. H.jorlland, senior pastor of Central Lutheran church at Minneapolis. DIES At LeMars. Mrs S. B. McManus passed away July 2. at the age of 102 years. She had lived in LeMars'the past :« years. And at Polk City, Iowa lost another o. its oldest residents on July ..: James F. S. Harvey, who reached his 100th birthday last Apisl. The Victoria Falls are in Southern Rhodesia. VACATION WITH US ? We invile you—and the odds are 70 to 30 you'll be back year after year. Ours is the perfect location to enjoy complete relaxation in our modern housekeeping cofiaqes among huge pines away from all traffic and hustle. World's greatest variety fishing in 6 beautiful lakes. May we send you our complete story? 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Become a FELCO member, Whiiiemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemor* The Farmers Elevalor, Bode Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley Burl Cooperative Elevator, Hurt Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton FfKOS m BIST- SAVING SWUM ASK YOU* MIGHBOR DO BUSINESS WITH YOURSELF* JUST IN TIME fOK A SAH'VACATION OW GET FOR fiw NO EXCISE TAX NO INSTALLATION CHARGE if your old tires ore recappable SIZE 6.70-15 2 for 1 7.75 EXCHANOE-IF YOUR OLD TIRES ARE RECAPPABLE $tott* TREADS (APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES) SAME HIGH QUALITY SAME TREAD DESIGN AS NEW TIRES MATERIAL AS USED IN NEW TIRES SAME TREAD DEPTH AS NEW TIRES SAME TREAD WIDTH AS NEW TIRES 5 lSi EASY BUDGET TERMS .. .AS LITTLE AS 75c A WEEK fca—.~ i i i ——— •— ^•*••••''••••-••——•••••••M^^ fire$tone 'LIKE NEW TIRE SALE TRUCK TIRES Eight 7.50 x 20 Eight-Ply Firestone New Take-off Truck Tires $48.50 Ea. We need good 7.60x15 and 8.00x15 trade-in tires. We can exchange with you for Firestone Deluxe Champions with lifetime guarantee, the original equipment tire on 1954 cars. At the following trade-in prices: 7.60 x 15, black $19.95 7.60 x 15, W sidewalk...$23.50 8.00 x 15, black $21.95 8.00x15, W side wall ...$25.75 •PIIHilirllBi I All prices plus tax and recappable tire South Hotel Algona Algona, Iowa Phone 714

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