The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 50
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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250 At Party Of H.Y.P. And 4-H 4-H and RYP members, leaders and friends attended the county fun night, at the Fairgrounds in Algona on Friday evening, July 22. There wer*. 250 present. John Ramsay, International Farm Youth Exchangee from New Zealahd, was guest speaker for the evening. John took the group on a tour of hi,s home land by the means of slides and his piciuresque story after being introduced to the gathering by Norma Jean Reding, girl's county 4-H president. John is living with Mrs Marguerite and Curtis Gardner while in Kossuth Coun- ER FfUDAY, JULY J9TH RIDGE RIDERS SATURDAY, JULY 30ih EDDIE ALLEN •nd Orchestra SUNDAY. JULY 3lsl Mitt Iowa Coronation Bail EDDIE ALLEN ORCH. WEDNESDAY. AUG. 3rd FRIDAY, AUG. Sin WHOOPEE JOHN SUNDAY. AUG. 7th WOODY HERMAN And His Orchestra ty. The IFYE program is sponsored by the 4-H and RYP clubs of Iowa to help build bettei world understanding by acquainting others with our way ot life and we in ,tuh'n learning more about theirs by the exchange of students. Lloyd Frazee, noted midwest square dance instructor and caller from Bassett, Iowa, provided s. fine evening of dancing enjoyment on the green following the program. Mr Frazee was introduced to the group by Ron Gqrbcr, RYP vice-president. County 4-H and RYP officers planning and assisting in the evening of fun were—Norma Jean Reding, Mary Keith, Marilyn Bormann, Charlotte Wise, Fred Erickson, John Helleseth, Philip Tokheim, Dick Kuecker, Ron Gerber, Deanne Eisenbarth, Dorothy Gade, Bevcrly'GCrber, Dean Barnes, county extension director and Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant. LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Delinar Fischer and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer called Sunday evening in Armstrong at the Martin Peterson home. Mr and Mrs Edmond Walsh and family of Independence were guests Sunday at the Bernard O'Donnell home. Helen O'pon- nell returned home after visiting the Walshs and Keith rejnained here for a visit. Lone Rock Junior Legion team played Garner here last Sunday with the score 8-5 favor of Gainer. Second game Lone Rock played Blue Earth with a tie 6-6. Loses Tip Of Finger In A Combine Mishap Livetmote —Cletus Streit had he tip of one of his fingers taken off Thursday with the combine. :Ie went to St. Ann hospital in Algona for treatment. A Mew Son A son was born to Mr and Mrs Everett Andersen at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr Andersen is the son of Mrs Christine Andersen of Livermorp. They have an older son. 'ant son of Mr and Mrs Tommy Davis toas to receive medical reatment. Mr and Mrs G. A. Gjeore and «>n Donald, of Minneapolis, Sandra Montgomery of Mitchell, D.. and Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family were dinner uests Wednesday evening at the Altman home. The ladies are nieces of the Altman's. Mrs Ernest Miller entertained a few friends at a coffee at her iome Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Mary Colwell gnd two sons attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Lee Colwell at Irvington Sunday. Our safe,convenient ^ plan brings this V^!^ vj Bank as close as \i-^ - /i your nearest mail box when you Bank by Mail. Cdme msoon lor full details. Safe — Confidential — Friendly /owo State Bank Algona Member Federal Deposit, Insurance Corporation OASIS AIR DRIER Electric Dehumidifier Have you ever added up the value of the things you keep in your basement? Don't allow excess moisture to rob you of hundreds of dollars of damage to the following items: HEATING SYSTEM CLOTHING x POWER AND HAND TOOLS FLOOR JOISTS - FURNITURE Oasis Air Drier Removes \ Up To 3 1 2 Gallons of Water Every 24 Hours 5-Year Guarantee On Unit ASK TO SEE THE LIST OF SATISFIED USERS See It At Hall-Strahorn Hdwe. Your Hardware Store on the Nortth Side of the Street Ninth Birthday Mrs Clarence Eisenbarth entertained the following at her home Sunday evening in honor of the ninth birthday of her daughtei Jean: Linda Wilson, Karen and Judy Zeimet, Barbara and Charlene Thul, Ava and Lois Erpold- ing and Gladys Thul. The children enjoyed playing games. Refreshments were served by Mr.- Eisenbarth. Jean received some nice gifts from her friends. Mrs Edna Goodenough attended the Highest Synod meeting of the Presbyterian Church at Ames last week. From there She went to Des Moines where she spen' a few days. Kathy Wilson of Eagle Grove spent last week here visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Biil Wilson. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and family of Wesley were Saturday evening visitors at the Virgil Smith home. Guests Sunday evening at the Wayne Vaudt home in honor of the third birthday of their son Terry were Mr and i Mrs Art Vaudt. the Raymond Berte children. Mr and Mrs John Zfimet, and Mr and Mrs John Hohen- bcrger. Raymond Berte and Mrs Art Vaudt visited Sunday with Mr.= Raymond Berte at St. Ani\ hospital in Algona. Pvt. Robert McCrady. who har been stationed at Camp Chaffer. Ark., is spending a leave with his wife in Fort Dodge and with his parents here, Mr and Mr? Howard McCrady. He will report at Aberdeen, Md.. July 2H. for more schooling. Mr and Mrs Dale White and two children of Des Moines have moved into the B. D. Hunt house. He is the new assistant coach in hieh school here. Mrs Cora Greenwood. wh.> a patient at Mercy hospital in I r ort Dodge for a week, returned Friday to the home of her daughter. Mrs Gale Berryhill. Mr and Mrs SanvCochrill .:nd family of California are here visiting his parents. Superintendent and Mrs Lowell Cochrill. Mr and Mrs Charles Claus. Mr Hnd Mrs Wilfred Gisch of Gk-n- ville. Minn.: Mr and Mrs Francis McLaughlin anH son of Fonda; Mr and Mrs Francis Erpt-ldir.g and famsiy of St. J»e: Andrew Sorenson of Fort Dodge, Waldo Spardlcader of Fonda. Sylvester Erpelding of St. Joe; and Mrs Bertha Ward of Humboldt enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at a park in Humboldt. Pete Espe of Sioux City spent the weekend at the Gale Berryhill home. Mr and Mrs Roy Thomas and family of Chillicothe, Mo. are here visiting at the Arlo McGowan home. She is Mrs McGowan's sister. Geraldline Ethel Andersen, who are employed in Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with their mother, Mrs Christine Andersen. Gene Behrenn, who is stationed "in Porto Ricco, and his mother, Mrs Robert Scott of Hampton, were Friday visitors at the Fred Hintz home. Gary Hintz and Gen* Behrenn were classmates at Junior College in Eaglo Grove. The infant s,.n of Mr and •Mrs Lawn-nee Fuhrmann. who \v;.-ill at his homo, was taken to the- Mercy hospital in Fort Di'.lge Sunday evening. Herman Larson, who w a i; sick at his home Monday morning was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. He has since ! returned home. Mrs Patsy Grey and a lady friend of Minneapolis, Minn, were guests Friday at tile Ernest Haack home. 9 Mr and Mrs Jerry Phillips and three children of Amona arrived Sunday to spend a week's vacation here with Mrs Phillips' parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Monson Tom Barnes of Barnum, a student minister, spent last week at the Mrs Edith Johnson home and conducted the church services at the Presbyterian Church, Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Bill Davis took Mrs Tommy Davis and son to Iowa City Sunday where the in- Irvington 4-H At Brown Home The July meeting of the IrVing- ton Ideals was held at the home of VVilma Brown. Fifteen members were present. A demonstration was given by Wilma Brown on mending,, and Virginia Simons gave a report on her convention trip. Plans /were made for a camp trip. The clu'i? plans to go to Clear Lake, July 26 through July 28. Plans were discussed for Achievement Day which is to b" held August 2. Music was furnished by Bonnie Froehlich and a lunch was served by Mrs Brown. No. Iowa Fair At Mason City Opens Aug. 9 The North Iowa Fair, to staged Aug. 9 through 14 Mason City, will offer more than $20,000 in premiums, the, highest total in history. Well over 100,000 persons are expected to enter the grounds during the six-day event. Spectators and competitors from 15 North Iowa counties will jam the grounds in south Mason City. Counties represented will be But- Hancock, Hardin, Howard, Humboldt, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago, Winneshiek, Worth, Wright and Cerro Gordo. Livestock numbers are expected to be at a record high. Last year two auxiliary tents were erected to handle the increase, as will probably be the case this year. Lawson says entries in the various departments are coming in earlier, indicating an increased interest. Headlining the entertainment side of the lair will be six 8 p.m. shows of ice skating magic, featuring the Ice 'Varieties of 1955, starring the fabulous Evelyn Chandler, one of the world's foremost figure skaters. North lowans like ice revues, says Lawson, so one of the best has been secured for 1955. The gales open Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. First grandstand event will be the Icr, Chickasaw, Floyd, Franklin, motorcycle races at 2 p.m. that be in Thursday, July 28, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper D« M«!ft«i-S Other afternoon shows include the popular Gene Holler Wild Animal Show on Aug. 10 and 11; the Aut Swenson Thrillcade oil Aug. 12; 100-mile stock car races on Aug. 13; and the final afterf noon feature, big car races on Aug. 14. The famed 20th Century Shows will be back on the midway. Before each afternoon ant! evening grandstand performancfe a North Iowa band will entertain, a custom of long standing and especially popular with high school youths. Fair officials believe the let- Varieties of 1955, which will perform each evening, will prove to be one of the most popular drawing cards in recent fair history. HOfltZOHfAL On the Popkes Brothers farm near Aplington, there's a new typo of concrete silo believed to be the first one built in Iowa. It's horizontal; a trench-like affair, but all above ground. U-D-M Classifieds P&f Divlderidi COWS Ten lives—all bovine — were lost in a truck mishap near Boy- dnn recently. A blow-out caused the truck to go out of control, killing the 10 cows. The driver was uninjured.- OUfBOARDS Melvin Cobb is being held in Hannibal, Mo., for stealing five outboard motors from a Mississippi river landing in Clayton county. The county attorney is trying to have him extradited. TITONKA NEWS Mr anrl Mrs Edwin Stone and family of Waterloo and Dell Redmond of Britt spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig. Mr and Mrs Harry Mehlan entertained about 53 friends and their families at a fish fry anc! picnic lunch Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Schram and boys spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Edith Israel and family st Black Hawk lake at Lake View. Mr and Mrs Paul Thaeker and Bob and Sally and Mr and Mrs Fred Thaeker and Lanny spent Sunday at Gilmore City visiting Mr and Mrs P;iul Thaeker's daughter and family. Mr and Mrs Art Peterson and also their son Jim. who has been spending the summer there. Mr and Mrs Paul Thaeker Jr. and son '•' Rock Rapids were also there. There are 70 different varieti>. of bananas. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, July 29 MALEKS Sunday, July 31 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Aug. 5 FRANK BUHR Sunday, Aug. 7 VANCE DIXON Friday, Aug. 12 . ANN'S ACC. BAND Sunday, Aug. 14 LYNN KERNS No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 BIG LOW-PRICE BEAUTY! * BIGGEST CAR OF THE LOW-PRICE 3 Plymouth's longest, lowest, largest! 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