The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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4-Algona (Id.) Upper D«» Molnes Thursday, August 11, 1955 father Studer, Roman Priest, Visits Wesley Wesley—Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer, Bert Studer and Emma Studer left Sunday morning for Canada. They attended the wedding of Dennis Studer, adoptee son of Mr and Mrs Irwin Stude: at Lac PeLletier Tuesday morning. They visited their brother, Andy Studer and family at Saskatoon, Canada. Father Basil Studer, son of the Andy Studer's came from Rome, Italy to visit his parents and will visit relatives here in September before going back to Rome. Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBoer and two children, Dean and Dawn, went to Clear Lake Saturday where they will vacation for a week. Mary Olson, daughter • of Mr and Mrs E. M. Olson, accompanied them. "Pee Wee" commuted to his business here. Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter went to Milwaukee, Wis. Monday evening by train, where she will visit relatives a week. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom and Mr and Mrs Erling Flom and Roger spent Sunday at Spirit Lake, visiting the latter couple's daughter Sandra and Carrie Engen. Mr and Mrs Ben Faurot of Los Angeles, Cal. arrived Sunday morning for a two week visit with her mother, Mrs Thekla Eisenbacher and other Eisenbacher relatives and at Reading, Minn,, Armstrong and Algona. A Hauptman family reunion was held Sunday at the parental, Mrs Anna Hauptman home. Guests included Mr and Mrs Bud Hauptman and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Harry Barton and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Moore and Mr and Mrs Wally Woods, all of Algona; Mr and Mrs Verne Peterson of Mason City; Mr and Mrs John Arends of Bassett, Sister Hermenegild 01 Sunfish, Ky.; Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and Jerry Bob, Gary Hutchins and Rudy Hauptman, all Of Wesley. Sister Hermenegild left Tuesday evening for the convent at Milwaukee, Wis. and from there" to Sunfish. Ky. where she will again teach 7th and 8th grades. Mrs Robert Rockwood and family were pleasantly surprised Monday morning when her brother, Sgt. Edward Mettille, came for a visit. He had come from Samberg, Germany for a 30 day 'urlough. He served in Germany 38 months. He will also visit his sisters, Mrs Clyde Smith of Livermore and Mrs Harry Foley of ?orwith, a brother, Frank Metil- le, and another brother and sister in Tucson, Ariz. Mrs Mary Bradficld and Jack had as their Sunday dinner guests, in honor of Jack's birth' day: Mr and Mrs A. E. Brickson and Mr and Mrs Garry Smith of Rolfe; Mr and Mrs Lawrence Nelson of Mallard; Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson of Clear Lake and Mrs Matlie Melcher of Garner. Ed Ricke and Bill Winlhescer of Morgan, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests at the George Ricke home. They attended the Flight breakfast at Algona and landed their plane in Ricke's hay field. Mr and Mrs John Muehe and sons, Anthony and Mark, left Monday morning for a week's trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota. Mrs Matt Kellner of Stewartsville stayed at the Muehe home to care for little Mary and Margaret Muehe. Mr and Mrs Leo Reno and son, Tommy, of BeJmond were Sunday guests at the home of her brother, Vincent Kleinpeter and family. The Renos are moving August 15 to Toledo, Ohio where he will be employed by the Genera] Mills Company. Mrs Reno is the former Thelma Kleinpeter. They have a married daughter, Carol, and a son, Edward, who is in service. Mr and Mrs Jim Seiler and family and LeRoy Seiler of Los Angeles, Cal. came Saturday to visit their parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. Seiler and other relatives. They had visited Mrs Jim Seiler's parents at Rapid City, South Dakota before coming to Wesley. Mr and Mrs John Seiler of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Lou Heifner and two children of Marengo spent the weekend at the parental, A. J. Seilef Mome aha other Sunday guests at >the family gathering were the Etele Swaney and June Noble families of Brill. Mr and Mrs Jerry McCufry and son, Bobby, of Humboldt were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. J. Green and family. Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer and her parents, Mr and Mis Richard Smith and Gary spent Friday evening in Mason City. Sexton Club Smaller If Dues Not Paid \ By The Village Gosrfp , Sexton — The Friendly Club met at the home of Mrs Max* Stratton with Mrs Merle lioover as assistant hostess. Even Ih6; fan brought by Mrs Bob Kelley didn't help the hot weather any. Lei's hope for a cooler day and a- much better attendance at tfc* August meeting with Mrs Everett Steven. Everyone Who wishes ;tc remain in the club should come as this is the dues collecting meeting and the party book for the next year. will be planned. New officers elected were, Mrs Clarence Huff as president' and Mrs Max Stratton as secretary. Mrs Leo Kirschbaum moves up DOLLAR DAY VALUES AT NSEN'S Thursday Friday and Saturday J ^ 3 Day Clearance - - - Entire Stock of SPRING & SUMMER DRESSES COATS - SUITS - SKIRTS Entire Stock of SUMMER DRESSES All the better branded names — "Carlye" - "Reich" - "Manford" "tielly Don" - "Mynette"^ "Betty Hartford" All At </ 2 PRICE COATS - SUITS Every Spring garment in this Final Clearance '/ 2 PRICE SKIRTS Final Clearance on every cotton and linen Skirt — '/2 PRICE Extra Special On Our Lower Floor DRESSES .3.00 Over 125 to select from Extra Special SEERSUCKER On Our Lower Floor HOUSE COATS Values io $10.00 Entire Stock of Sleeveless BLOUSES Our well known branded Blouses $2.98 Values ... $2.00 $3.50 Values ... $2.50 $3.98 Values ... $3.00 SPORTSWEAR One Large Table V 2 PRICE Special Clearance on all Shorts - Jackets Bermudas and Pedal Pushers BATHING SUITS For 3 Days Only "Jantzen" and "Sea Nymph" Suits at Clearance Prices. ''QUAKER" LACE CLOTHS 3 Days Only '/s OFF LUNCH CLOTHS 32"x52" - Regular $3.98 Values 3 Days Only SLIPS Sizes 32 & 34 - Values to $5.95 3 Days Only sloe Don't Miss Our Lower Floor INFANTS WEAR 3 Days Only \/- D D I Dresses - Dryper Pads - Odds and Ends / * H I SAVE $ at Thursday Friday & Saturday from secretary to vice president. Mrs Lawrence Wieg and Joyce Opheim attended the detasselers picniq at the Wesley Park. Afterward many of the workers retired to the swimming pool to soak out some of the aches and sunburn of the past week's Job. Mrs Martin Mimbach visited at Wesley with Mrs Bill Green who has been in poor health. The ladies were next door neighbors here some years ago. One advantage to the hot weather for the ladies is less cooking The men have been too tired to eat any more'than sandwich meals or maybe just too tired to complain about it. Some of the youngsters must have found the nightly Softball games too much for them. They are getting their exercise in an easier way by pitching horse' shoes in Kelley's back yard. If you've been wondering all summer about the strange man '"Working in Bud Elbert's garden, the mystery is explained, Mr "Behrends of Algona is a gladioli fancier and the soil here was better for his flowers so they are planted in the Elbert's garden. L. A. Copp found the easy way of taking the honey away from his hard working bees. Bill Goeders' brother, visiting here from California, agreed to take the job for a share of the honey. Members of the famiy visiting with Mrs Fred Jennings this week were Mr and Mrs Roy Clark of Burt; Mr and Mrs Jake Godden and Mr and Mrs J. G. Graham and family of Algona. A number of neighbors were callers as were Rev. and Mrs Webb of Wesley. Mrs Jennings enjoyed and appreciated the box of fruit sent by the Friendly Club. People seem to be forgetting the fatal. accident that occurred at the railroad crossing here in town. There have been a number of "close calls" lately with careless drivers of both cars and tractors crossing in front of oncoming trains. There have been a number .of birthdays lately but Francis McMahon's seemed to have the most effect. This is the first time he has been seen lying down on his job at the elevator. Another year added can make a fellow feel at lot older the next day. Sammy Prew was happy to add another year to make him 5 because he can go to school now. At his party were his grandmother, Mrs Harry Ditsworth, his aunt, Mrs Cecil Snyder and family and cousin, Mrs Vic Friders and family, all of Algona. , Mr and Mrs John Stratton of Mason City came to help celebrate birthdays wholesale style. They visited at the Max Stratton and Clarence Huff homes where their grandchildren Larry and "Johnnie Stratton and Michael Huff all added another year. ;Mr and Mrsii August KirgCh- ibaum had Sunday dinner at the Roland Bode home in honor of Diane Bode's sixth birthday. " Birthdays made television stars of two local girls. Mr and Mrs Wilford Ward took their children Joan, Melvin and Mary Klein to Mason City to appear on thp KIGiO-TV birthday show. Local viewers declared them to be a success. It was also Melvin's birthday, but he declined to appear in public. Virginia Klein didn't let her sister take all the honors as the dress she made for 4-H Achievement Day was chosen to be shown at the fair. Mrs August Kirschbaum and Mrs Elizabeth Mergen of Whi'- temore were so busy during the hot weather they didn't have time to notice it. They finished trimming up the inside of the new addition to the Leo Kirschbaum home. They did such a good job the house could be a candidate for a magazine ad now. The Kelley Lumber Co. will have to get along the best it can for two weeks with just Bob Kelley and Alfred Opheim to help out. Blaine Holtorf has left for his two week stay with the National Guard at Camp McCoy. Wis. One of the prettiest sounds on a summer evening has been the group of young people singing hymns on the front porch at Mis Nell Opheim's. Antique cars take part in an "Old Crock's Race" between London and Brighton, England, aach year. Heidenwith Reunion Sun. At Call Park Whiilemote—The annual Heidenwith reunion was/held Sunday at Call State Park at AN gona. Present were Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny, and. daughter Kay Frances, of Whittemore; Mr an,d Mrs Ervvlri J. Heidenwith arid son Charles, Mr and Mrs •, .Warren Thompson and daughter Linda, and son David,' of Swea City;'Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener, Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz t and family, Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck and family of Algona; Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck, Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck and daughter Karen, Mr and Mrs' Walter Thompson and son Charles, . Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and daughter, oi Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey, Mr and Mrs Harold Sankey and family of Britt; Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson and family.of Burt; Mr and Mrs Gordon Wegener'and daughter of S6. Carolina; Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and daughter of DCS Moines; Mr and Mrs Donald Miller and family of LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Darrel Louge and daughter of Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and family of Albert Lea, Minn.; and Mrs Don Deim of Fairmont Minn. Celebrates Birthday* A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer to celebrate her birthday Wednesday. Present were Mrs Dora Faulstich, Mrs Otto Bell, Mrs Forrest Gilmore, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Harold Kuecker, Mrs William Roeber, Mrs William Meyer Sr., and Mrs William Hanover Sr., of here; Mrs Emil Bierstedt and Mrs Harold Theesfeld of Fenton. Evening callers were Mr ' and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and sons Gayle and Roger and Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanette, and son Everett. Mr and Mrs Norman Lane are the parents of a daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Clem Mergen moved his family and furniture from Lakota last week into the George Meyer house on the north side. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT h your home /u$l HALF INSURED? The cost of replacing your home and its furnishings 'u just about twice what it wac 10 years ago. Examine your fire protection now —not after the fire—and find out if you're only half insured. It Payt Tt JTMiv frwr STATE FARM Agwit Harold C. Sundet 300 E. Elm St. Phone 841 Algona Fri. & Sat, Special Cotton Blouses IANGMACK "BIN FBANKUN" VARIETY WE'RE CELEBRATING Our Remodeling at East End Grocery L-O-O-K at This, Folks! and Ice Cream FRIDAY & SATURDAY We're not ihe biggest , . . but oh tnyi we're pulling on a two-day Celebration that will pack our store to the raftersl • For F.riday and Saturday, we're having FREE CAKE and NELSON'S ICE CREAM for you . . . nothing to buy required, just come. Kiddies, too, if accompanied by parents. Oh boyl Is East End Grocery going to be the "spot" this week-end I What's more, look below and you'll see some cracker-jack grocery and meat items at prices that . . . well, they're so hot they singe! Be sure to come out and see us Friday and Saturday! Now Look At These Red-Hot Specials For Friday & Saturday — • ^*i — DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS CANNED CORN TALL 303 CAN -Jforl CANNED PEAS TALL 303 CAN ...IfcrJI ARMOURS SKINLESS FRANKS 3lk$l | Don't Stop Reading Yet! Just Look! i IOWA-GROWN [POTATOES....- II UK, Ik CALIFORNIA ORANGES.......Doz.25c FALSTAFF BEER MORRELL'S READY TO EAT 3 Lb. 4 oz. CANNED PICNICS...Ea. 129 HOME-DRESSED 21/2 Lb, Avg, FRYER CHICKENS ...Lb.49c SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE LU9c SPRY ......... 3 Ik Can ft TIDE .....„, . Giant Size 69c W* Deserve Tb« Rifbi TO W«nji Quantities EAST END GROCERY Ytil W»'f*

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