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«-Alfloha (la.) Upper DM Maine* VOL. 92 - MO, 30 • ; : •••- *• ,•-•»• • " ... •- '...-. ...t ,...: . •.., ..... Tidbits From Evelyn The Dr. John. Kenefick family ;had a very happy week at ui. Okoboji lakes. Their son Michael, •wnp is in service and is locatec at the Boiling air base, Washington, D. C., had a ten day leave . He flew home and when Stephen who is .attending summer schoo ,at Ames, came home the cup 01 .happiness really over-flowed. It is wonderful to have families back together after the variou" RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL ' SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and comfort than any .other combination window I RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona interests have separated them iwhile. It was nice too, to be at the lakes when our hottest weath- ir overtook us. » * * 1 have a trip coming up, a sur>rise was arranged for me by the A. L. Longs of Davenport, who know I have been sort of lankering for an airplane ride for years and years. Oh, it won't oe a long ride, just over town 1 suppose, but that will satisfy my •juriousily and curb that yen. 3h yes, Lizzie Post is going up with me. II is to happen as' ;oon as Bob McCullough has time We had one date arranged bu Lizzie couldn't make it at tha time, so it was postponed. I'l give you my impressions latoi A'hen the trip is an Accomplished fact. * * * I think it would be a fine' idea f some dress manufacturers would come up with frocks with detachable sleeves. -Yesterday it was so hot I decided to do 'away with sleeves in a house dress—so snip snip went my scissors, and o, there was a cool dress just to my needs. Today a deliciously ool breeze has made me wish I iad those sleeves in again. * * *' Mrs Bridget Tobin called' me Revival THE GREAT North Iowa Fair MASON CITY, IOWA Aug. 9 thru 14 \ 6 Big Afternoons & Evenings 20th CENTURY SHOWS v ON THE MIDWAY L. N. FLECKLES ICE VARIETIES OF 1955 The Finest Outdoor Ice Show ever Presented See New Features and New Stars. MOTORCYCLE RACES GENE HOLTER'S WILD ANIMAL SHOW Including Racing Ostriches Aut Swenson's Thrillcade STOCK CAR RACES BIG CAR RACES More Livestock Entries Than Ever Before. OFFICIAL SANCTIONED RABBIT SHOW. Over $20,000 offered in Premiums plus Many Special Awards CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs. Gain" MINERAL MEAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get first class RESULTS with your hogs un Sargent Min- ral Meal. Results un corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to G bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cuts normal corn costs in half. If cum is $1.50, you can save up tt> $9 cash per 100 pounds of gams. On a 200 pound hog, that adds Up to $18. m^itr 8 ™ 1 ' 86 ?* Minral M( -' al g^s such big corn savings RESULTS, because it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving ho" supplement. Sargent Minral Meul has vitamins, proteins and minrals plus extra factors. On Minral Meal hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" A revival series began here July 28, with Bet. Harry Carlsen, of Carbondale, Pennsylvania, as the special speaker in this revival campaign, at the Church of The Nazarene. , Mr Carlsen is an excellent speaker and entertainer. He is pictured above with his wife, who assists him. • <" • . Both Rev. and Mrs Harry Carlsen are instrumentalists and also have a choice selection of readings, Vocal solos, and duets. Mr and Mrs Carlsen are Nazarenes and have traveled throughout the United States in Various churches, ' • Mrs Carlsen is one of the countries outstanding gospel pianists, She has also traveled in Europe. The Carlsens have spent some time in the field of radio and have been sponsored by some outstanding commercial groups. ' • • to tell me about her vacation. She went to Des Moines and there joined her niece, Lorraine Tierney, who took her via auto to i^orfolk, Va., where they visitec Lorraine's nephew and family, Mr and Mrs Craig Tierney. Craig s in the navy but his sea time will expire in October. He had been living in Chicago and will •eturn there. Mrs Tobin said she lad never traveled extensively so the 3300 miles trip was, most enjoyable. She loved going over he Mississippi bridge—and in pits of the many times I have gone over it, it is still a thrill. * * * Other Vacationers' are Dr. and rtrs -F.,E. Sawyer. With friends, Mr and Mrs T. A. Olson of Houson, they are at Keiiora, Ontario, Canada. A card to me from Mrs Sawyer said, "So many tourists it is difficult to find lodging." The scenery is beautiful." I hope it was cool there. The Leighton Misbachs have returned from Winnipeg, Canada. Mrs Misbach said they slept under blankets every night. Mrs Nell McCall has returned from a vacation in Colorado. She reports the -weather was so cold potatoes were frozen. (Look out for a rise in prices now) Days were quite warm however. What a freakish thing weather is. • * * We read of horrors in the papers but until we hear of some one who is near to them, it doesn't make the impression on us it does when we know of relationships. Mrs Don Prieskorn is a cousin of the late little Donna Sue Davis, who was abducted and slain at Sioux City recently. Her mother and Mrs Prieskorn are first cousins. » * * Talk about the "luck of the Irish." Mrs Matthew Streit and I were talking recently about drawings and money and luck in general. She said few families could top this. Sue fa sister-in- law of hers. I believe) won a car at Sibley not too long ago in the month of August or September. In October the same year Fred, brother of. her husband "Matt", also won a car. » * » Speaking of luck—Mrs Edgar Campbell is wondering if the eight four leaf clovers she found while hanging out the family wash recently means extra good luck. Maybe il was luck that it was a fine- day. Or luck that she was able to do the washing—Oh there are lots of angles of luck * » « What do you think of Bimbo for a nickname? Kinda cute isn't it—but I wonder what Dawn Witwicki will think of it when she reaches young womanhood. That's the trouble, they cling all through the years. I know of a "Butch" —Must people don't know he has another name. Likewise there is a Tools I know of, two of them in fact, and a Babe which is certainly a misnomer for he's a big hulk of a man who il! fits Babe. I have know an Evelyn who has been Peggy all through the years. By moving out of town "Katz" Hose-wall finally became the real Hjalmer and "Hump" King became the natural Horace. This is a wide field I've barely touched but it comes as a warning to parents (who don't care what I think). If you don't want nicknames, don't start them. * i » This lale might have had a different end if a bed hadn't been placed where it was and it could easily have spelled disaster for Kmma Dt-hnert. The other day she was reaching the top of a clo.set where ihe had stored some serving trays. She was on a su-p-stool to reach them and as she stepped down, her foot landed on something .suit. Thinking her pet parakeet Dickie who was flying about the room had some way gotten under her foot, she swerv- ed aside to avoid hurting him —only to find herself flat on her back on the bed. And it wasn't Dickie she had stepped on-—it was her bed spread which hangs down at the corners. Edna Mitchell and her son Carroll, have, just returned! from a nice vacation .too. Her son Willard, and daughter Marjorie, Mrs Kenneth Olympius sent them the round-fare tickets and 'they left June 5 for Long Beach and Los Angeles. They returned home Monday, July 18, a nice length of time to "do" California. Willard drives a greyhound bus and it was by bus and scenic cruiser they made the trip. Among the interesting happenings • was Mrs Mitchell's appearance on T.V., the "Queen for a Day" program. But in spite of the beauty and glamour of California, Mrs Mitchell says she would not care to live there. I mustn't forget to mention they attended a Lawrence Welk program and saw Dick Dale. Dick and her children were friends when they were youngsters and Dick lived here. To hear the jrtjgram almost persuades me to Duy a T.V., though'so far I'v.e been v?ry cold to the idea. • » • Summer is flitting away too apidly and one is aware of it with the arrival of the fall Montomery Ward and Sears and Roebuck catalogues. Another sign s the robins not waking one at daylight with their cheerful and energetic warbling. The families are raised, the year's work is over. Cicadas sing in the trees— or whatever they are. Some call hem tree toads some say it's bedfast for the past yesf. Before moving to ties Moines to live with a daughte> t Mrs Antonia Geb, she lived in fielnbeek. By Mrs D. S> Mayer , Mrs Aeilt Troff arid Arno, Mrs Jack Scott'and two children'werit to 'Sioux Falls, S. D.y ott Sunday to attend a church conference.; •: Mr and Mrs: Glenn; '8Urfdrori; Ernest ahd-Aelya, Mrs Etta'Ati- derson and Mr'and Mrs Carl Bur> row went to- Windoni, Mifthv» .on Sunday to.visit relatives. ; -f ;.' Judy 'Roseborp; entertained:•;a group of girlfriends, oh Thursday evening in honor ofrfier ; birthday. Mrs Virgil'LpUcks and Audrey, and Mrs Violet Were Fairmont shoppers on Friday evening. The Community club met. at the Town Hall on Thursday evening. Each member brought a guest in the interest of obtaining ne\v members. A Dutch,lunch w&s> enjoyed. , "" ; J '• Marlin Runksmeier, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Ruhksmeier who is stationed in Korea, wrote his folks that he expected s to spend this week in Japan on furlough.' Mrs Ernest Jorgenson of Belgrade, Minn., visited : here last week. ' Ernest Burrow returned home the end of the week from St. Paul where he had been visiting relatives. « Natalie Hardt who is attending the summer session , at State Teachers College in Mahkato came home Friday night to spend several'days with her mother between quarters. Mrs J. C. Blome went to Texas last week to see her brother, Rudolph Brandt; who is "very ill. Mr and Mrs Charles Busch of Mason City visited'at the W. E.' Wiemer home on Friday. Mrs Edward Looft entertained Linda Pingel, Roberta Wentwprth, Monica Munyer, -Vicki Thilges, and Marlys Teems Friday afternoon for her granddaughter Niki Looft who is here with her moth- ter, Mrs Donald Looft, of Alexandria, on a visit. Dr and Mrs Paul Wilson and David of Waterloo came on Friday evening to visit at the Mrs Marie Halvorson home. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson went on to Okoboji on Saturday. On Sunday they and the boys and Mrs Halvorson and Marvel attended a family reunion at Albert Lea, Minn. Laurene Babst, who is 13 classmate of Melva Burrow at^Hamil- ion College at Mason City came lome.with her last week to spend ;he weekend. HURT NEWS Mr and Mrs Henry Gettman •eceived word last week of the birth of a second daughter to Mr and Mrs Fergus Bohen of Mason The baby born July 6 has >een named Roberta Lynn and she has an older sister, Sarah Toe. The Gettmans are grandparents. ' Some, eight members attended he Birthday Circle annual pic- crickets. Anyhow whatever it is, _nic at the Burt Park Friday after' noon. Guests were Gladys Hawcott, Elizabeth Patterson an,d Mary Volentine. A basket lunch was served. Mr and Mrs -Rex. Bond of Kearney, Neb. were guests at the Duane-Habeger home Sunday and Monday-last week. • ' 'all is coming. More vacation reports—Mr and Mrs D. D. Monlux left a month ago with their son, Dr. William, of Ames, for a vacation in the west'and returned home July 15. ?hey first went to the Bad Lands, he Black Hills and Rushmore, to Yellowstone Park, the Custer jattlefield, and Custer Park, -rater Lake, Zion and Bryce Canyons, Colorado Springs, etc. At Federal Center they saw miniature dams fashioned exactly ike the large ones. There are Jsed to further experimental pro- ects. At Fresno, Calif., they visited .heir son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Monlux and ive children and at Denver they were with another son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Andrew Monlux. •* * * Rovn's lunch bar is very alirac- .ive. I've wondered for some time why the dime stores here didn't follow the pattern of other :owns — Mason City, Fairmont, and the larger places have had hem for years. American people ike to eat (so do other nations as far as that goes) and now it would be an idea if we'd have he sidewalk cafes a la France. 1906 Memories Mayor W. K. Ferguson expected to leave in a few days for the east. He will attend the commencement exercises at Dartmouth College, his alma mater and visit his mother at Malone New York, before returning horn* —May and Lillie Bowen, daughters of A. L. Bowen of Cresco, arrived home from Fort Dodge last week. They spent the year at the home of their uncle, Dr. William Bowen and attended the Fort Dodge high school.—Ruth Reed Mndred Carter and Harold Quarton are home from their studies jit Onnnell for the summer vacation. Harold expects to-go om to Montana in a few weeks where he has a job promised Mrs Huo obser At . Jfuiiger*f fudo. 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