The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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V (f (la.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, August 11, 1955 Ottosen Variety Show Climaxes. Celebration Otiosen—A large crowd was in attendance for the variety program held the Inst evening of the two-day celebration. Karl Anderson (if Humboldt was master of • ceremonies for the program. Those Inking pnrt were local persons and from near-by communities. The program follows: nccondion solo by Audrey Odland, piano solo by Junior Stevenson, The Fire House Five from Humboldt consisted of Anles? Nettle at the piano, Ed Struclian trumpet, Junior Stevenson, saxa- phone, Elaine Popclngn. trotn- oone and Gary Htrnchan on tho drums; accordion solo, Bobbie Frederick: lap dance by Niesha Menely of West Bend; numbers by tlie Traub Accordion Band consisting of KORCI- Wehrspann, Marlyn Schmidt, Leon LudwijJ, Lowell Fehr. Carol Kemna and Beverly Mogler; numbers by ln° Sanders Quartet consisting of Jim Sanders. Don Morrison, Joyce Anliker and Ronnie Jergens accompanied nt the piano by Riilli Greene of West Bend: ac^-dion solo bv Jerry Rulledgc of Rutland: 'The Dude Ranchers »f KGLO-TV of Mason City played several numbers and also played for dancing following thu vnr- ietv program: The closing nunUic-i- was a tune by the Venders of Sweet Adelines, Inc., of Humboldt consisting of Edna Fowler, tenor, Madeline Halvorson, bass. Virgie TinkLii. baritone .and Maxine Tubbs, lead. AT SHILTS' • • NEW ARRIVALS For This Fall & Back-to-School! Air-Step Pumps, Straps and Ties — The newest styles in all heel heights, widths and lengths, from size 4 to 11 inclusive, AAAA's to E's. All new footwear ideas at the new lower prices. For School or Anywhere.... Glamour Debs lead the parade in red, walnut, black, blue grey, brown and tan. All widths, all sizes, all lengths, from AAAA's to E's. Buster Brown lor All Ages.... from the baby on up. All widths, all sixes, all lengths. See the newest styles and colors. Straps, loafers and ties. For the Young Man.... going to high school or college, we have (he latest ideas in I'edwins and Roblees. All widths, all sixes, all prices and all styles in loafers, gore loafers, ties and oxfords. All in the newest colors and styles. BROWN !>iii SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET Crawls Out Alive Illinois Gas Co, in Davenport. .. Edwin McLuen, son of Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen has been selected as the recipient of an Osco Drug scholarship for the coming year. The young man will be a junior at Drake Univer sity in the College of Pharmacy this fall. This is the third scholarship he has received. He has been confined lo bed the past several weeks with rheumatic fever. His condition is improving and it is hoped he will be able to return to his studies when the fall term opens about the middle of September. The Do-R-Best 4-H Club met Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, at the home of Ann Ludvvig With 12 members and two leaders present. Suzanne Oppedahl gave a talk on packing a good school lunch and Ann Ludwig demonstrated preparing a vegetable plate. Wanda Worster gave a talk on why preserve food. Final plans were made for Achievement Day to be held Saturday, Aug. 13, in the commercial building at 1:30 p.m. This group made thirty dollars selling popcorn and pop at the baseball games during the celebration. The next regular meeting will be September 10 with Shirley and Paulette Kampen. Sylvan Jacobson celebrated his birthday, Monday, Aug. 8. He was honored at a pot luck din ner at his Home Sunday. Those present were, Mr and Mrs Sam Thorsland and Sammy of Bode; Mrs Elizabeth Anliker and family of*West Bend; Arlene Larson of Bode; Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson, Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family, Mr and Mrs Allan W.ehrspartn and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobsori and family, Mr and Mrs Ralpn, Jacobson and family and John Nielsen. A belated birthday picnic supper was held Monday evening at Gotch park in Humboldt honoring Monte Newton, son of Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton and Jackie Newton, son of Mr and Mrs Lester Newton of Humboldt. Those present were the DeVere Newton family, the Lester Newton family, the James Lenning family of Humboldt and Mrs S. terming of Dakota City. Monte Newton's birthday is July 25 and Jackie Newton's birthday is July 24, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann 'visited Sunday at the John Zinnel and Paul 'Westphal homes at Worthington, Minn. Mr Zinnel's brother John has been seriously ill for the past several weeks. Mrs Melvin Ellingson returned home Thursday afternoon from Lutheran hospital in. Fort Dodge where she has-been a medical patient for about a week. Mrs Howard Hellickson was one of the judges for the local achievement day at Trinity Lutheran church in Humboldt for the Rutland Lucky Stars club Wednesday evening. Mrs Sam Linn of Humboldt .was the other Mr fend Mrs Chester Alme and daughter Shirley, and Roger Madsen of Bradgate motored to Blair, Neb., Sunday where they visited Dana College and also visited a friend of Shirley's a! Tekemah, Neb. Sunday evening. supper guests at the Oscar Oppedahl home were Mr and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl and family and Mrs Bertha Oppedahl and Richard of Fort Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth of Algona were Thursday evening visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home. , . Sunday visitors at the Oliver Lee home were Mr .and Mr? Arnold Maxwell of Dows. In the evening Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud and family of Bode were visitors nt the Lee home. Terr> Lee, who' has been visiting a the Halsrud home for a few days returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson ac companied Mr and Mrs Clifforc Jones and family to Leon anc Grand River Sunday. The Roy Enockson's grand About 100; years ago, railroad conductors were known as Mas lers of Transportation. t Hffte AMV WAY YOU CAN Friday & Saturday In Algeria! A dozen or more of the coun- ry's leading auto daredevils v'ill smash and crash their way ver the race course to a climax n front of the Kossuth Fair- rounds grandstand when the ""ournament of Thrills is staged n Saturday night, Aug. 20, as he final peak of the Kossuth bounty Fair of 1955. Balancing new stock automobiles >n one and two wheels, wheeling peeding cars over elevated ampways in close file and side y side with only inches to spare are only part of the precision driving which these stuntmen will exhibit. A stunt originated by the late Lucky Teter and which eventually caused his death includes the catapulting through space of a stock convertible from one inclined rampway to another, a distance of seventy feet. Hal Kent, of Richmond, Virginia, Charles Beeler, of Tucson, Ariz., and Jack Frye of Milwaukee, Wis. are among those who will vie for the honor of attempting the torpedo catapult and earn extra points towarcfc their annual stand- ings in the International Stuntmen's Dare4evil Tourney. Participants in this part of the Fair program will include some of the best known and most daring of auto stuntmen garnered from the Hollywood speedways, movie studios, and from the country's leading thrill shows.. Engagement Announced Announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Doris Bruch, daughter of Mrs F. W. Bruch, Ottumwa, and the late Mr Bruch, to Richard L. Loos, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos of Ottosen. The wedding is planned for Sunday, Sept. 25, at- Trinity Lutheran Church. The bride-to-be was graduated from Ottumwa high school in 1951 and is employed as a secretary at the Iowa-Illinois Gas & Electric Co. 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