The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 40
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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2-Algona (la.) Uppftr D»* MoitiM Thursday, August 11, 1955 St. Joe Well Represented At Birthday Event Si. Joe—Mr and Mrs Bernard Kunkel honored Mrs Kunkel's mother, Mrs H. W. Zciinel and an uncle. Father Francis J. Illg, at a picnic and birthday dinner at their farm home 5 miles east of Clarion Sunday. Father Illg has a birthday July 30 and his sister. Mrs Zeimet, on July 31. The picnic dinner was served to 7(> Iowa relatives. An afternoon of visiting was enjoyed and a number of pictures were taken by various members of the group. Those present included Father F. J. Illg and housekeeper Pearl Namor. of Ogden: Mr and Mrs. H. W. Zeimet and Marge. Mr and Mrs Arthur Zeimet and Gerald. Swea City: Mr and Mrs George Diers. Jimmy. Billy, and Tommy. Bancroft; Mr and Mrs James Kun- CHINEPY Mammoth 80-Acre Farm Machinery end Home Appliance Shows, Largest in World. Other Main Events are: $ Auto Races, Every Day Except Aug. 30 and Sept. 3. O Big Cattle, Horse, Swine; Sheep and Poultry Shows. • Spectacular Night Show; Climaxed by Fireworks. C Thrill Shows —Nite, Aug. 27; Days, Aug. 30 and Sept. 3. • State Championship FFA & 4-H Club Contests. £ Agriculture, Horticulture & Home Activities Shows. • Royal American Shows on World's Biggest Midway. • Score of Famed Northwest Bands and Orchestras. • Dairy, Honey, Fine Arls; School and State Exhibits. • Nite Horse Show, Aug. 28 thru Sept. 2, and Sept. 4; Matinees, Sept. 2, 4 & 5. IT'Order reserved grandstand and'Tl ,S.horte show lickelt by mall— d J* $1.50 and S2.00, including lax T| .*-> Addreii Minn. Slate Fair, SI. Paul 1 ^ MINNESOTA STATE FAIR OPENS SATURUAV tABOH DAY Au<ft.27 - Sept. 5 kol. Jean, Joyce, Joan, and Garry, Forest City; Mr and Mrs Orville Thill, Richard. Ronnie and Orville Jr.. LuYerne; Mr and Mrs Berrfard Kunkel, Dwayne, Donnie, and Larry, Clarion: Mr and Mrs Fred Illg, Mr and Mrs Geo. Wagner, and Mr and Mrs Harold Reding, Mrs Arthur Ulg. Lucille, Marjorie, Alice, Alma. Rosalee, Donald, Edward, Harold. Ronald and George all from St. Joe: Mr nnd Mrs Francis Illg and Terry, Burt: and Mr and Mrs Edward McGuire, Algona. Rustlers Meetings Achievement Day was held in the St. Joe school hall Aug 1 by Riverdale Rustlers Unit II 4-H Club. Roll call was answered by 17 members. Plans were discussed for a picnic in August. Mrs Wayne Keith of Burt. Mrs Charles Nygaard of Wesley and Mrs August Studer of Corwith judged the entries of clothing for the Kossuth County Fair. Catherine Hilbert was selected as style review girl to represent the club at the fair. Another highlight of the day was the Mother-Daughter tea. President Mary McGuire poured with Patsy O'Brien and Alice Bormann assisting. The regular Achievement Day of the Riverdale Rustlers Unit I 4-H Club was held Aug. 1 at 1:30 p.m. in the St. Joe school hall. Judges were Mrs Wayne Keith. Burt: Mrs Charles Nygaard. Wesley: and Mrs August Slucler, Corwith. Sheryll Reding. Kathryn Gales, Lois Willfong and Norma Jean Reding entered the style show. The judges selected Norma Jean Reding t" represent Unit I at. the Kossuth County Fair style show., A Mother-Daughter tea was-, held in place of the usual lunch. Officers helped serve with hostesses Karen and Judy Zeimet. Sp/3 Franklin T. Wagner from Fort Riley, Kan. spent the weekend hero with his parents. Mr and Mrs George Wagner and family and other relatives and friends. Franklin returned to the states July 27 on the USS Genera Randall in New York after 14 months spent in the European Area. Carol, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, spent from Sunday till Wednesday here with home folks from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she is in nurse's training. A food and linen shower is to be- held in Si. Joseph's school hall on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 14. for St. Joseph's Parish Sisters. Peter Erpelding entered St. Joseph's hospital in Fort Dodge on Friday for medical aid. Mr and Mrs Edward Majerus of Des Moines entertained , in their home on Sunday, Aug. 7, when a Schmitt family gathering was held with relatives fi'om hero attending. Mrs John B. Reding, Mrs Nick Reding And Elaine Wagner spent the weekend in Waterloo wi'h Mr and Mrs William Rakers and family. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church on Sunday by Rev. Michael Di-d- eriehs for sisters Mary Ann and Theresa Louise Weyrk-:rt, ••hm- ghters of Mr and Mrs'Math Weydert of Algona. Theresa will be the bride of John Frank Gol- wit/er and Mary Ann will !).• the bride of Clarence Louis Golwi- t/.er. The brothers are sons of Mr and Mrs John Golwil/.er .->! St. Joseph's parish here. Tho wedding will take place in St Cecelia's church in Algona nn Tuesday, Aug. 30. Mrs Gertrude Boyd of Livermore is spending some time here with Mrs Louise Thul. Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wcydert, Sherylynn and Harlan and Mr and 'Mrs Reinald Sal/, left Saturday for a visit with Mr and Mrs Joe Schumacher and family and Mr and Mis Clarence Erpelding and family in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr and Mrs Frank Stattelman are parents of a daughter born Saturday. Aug. (i, in St. Ann hospital at Algona. This little lady has a brother nnd sister who are spending this week with nn aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs Vernon Kramer and Sharylnn of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Will Redinp and Mrs Rose Stattelman are grandparents. Mrs Augusta Kurth and Jake Garmann of Blue Earth, Minn. and Fred Garmann, Elmore, Minn, were Sunday dinner guapts at the Will Reding home here. Supper guests in the Reding home were Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius of Algona, Mr and Mrs Marcel Reding and family of St.. Benedict and Mr and Mrs Vernon Kramer and daughter of Liver- Fair Comic One of the finest newer comics in the Middle West. Karhl W;iyne. is slated to act as master of ceremonies for the Mario Show Productions "Fair Vogues of l!)f>f>", "to be presented at the Kossuth County Fair on the evenings of Wednesday and Thursday, Au,4. 17 and li!. Wayne's pantomime anil varied musical effects, interwoven with outstanding acrobatic and dancing skill, add a lot o! wallop to the show. M. C. Wayne will present many thrilling and entertaining acts in this 1955 Fair stage production. P. M, Erickson Funeral Held Here Saturday Services for Potor M. Erickson, resident of this area for the pnst forty-one years, were held Saturday at the Methodist Church ;it 2 p.m. Rev. Harry Whyte officiated at; the rites and burial was in the Union Cemetery at Humboldl. McCullough's Funeral Chape! was in charge of arrangements. Mr Erickson died at the Peterson home at 314 South Harlan street Wednesday night. Peter Martin Erickson was born Sept. 27. 1867 at Sulsletl. Denmark. Alter arriving in the tinted States, the Ericksons settled on a farm south of Algona where they lived for 33 years, moving to Algoni- in 1947. Mr Eriekson and his wife, the former J o li a n n a Maasdam, celebrated their fifty-sixth wedding anniversary in March, 1955. Survivors, besides Mrs Erickson. are four daughters and two sons. They are Ethel, Donald and Alfred, all Algona; Grace (Mrs Earnest Johnson), Hardy: Johanna (Mrs H. K. Baker), SI. Louis; and Helen (Mrs Charles Stiles). Charles 'City. Two chil- dren '-lied in infancy. Pallbearers were Art Gado, Victor Rochleau, John Simon. Adrian Sterling, Herman Bosworth and Roscoe Mawdslev. 4 Race Drivers Here Are Tops According' to latest figures from t!u International Motor Contest A-. ; i>ciation, four drivers who w:il appear Wednesday. Aug. iT. in the big ear auto races at. the Ki-'-ulh County Fair are listed among the top nine drivers in t! ••• nation. RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and comfort than any other combination window ! RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home 1 Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Dealing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids NPW Y,irk. X V. (Spr,-l;il) _ For first time science has found a new ln'jiliriR stibstiince with the astonishing ability to shrink hfmon-hoids nnd to relieve p:iin-\vitln>;it surfrcry. In case after case, while sonify relic-vine |>ain. actual reduction (shrinknjfe) took place. Most. amaxiMj* of all — results were so thorough that sufferers made n.-ti'insliinp: statements like "Piles have ceased to he a problem!" The secret is a new healing sub- >-:aiii-e iHio-Dyne* i-rlisrnvc-i-y of a v., ; nd-l:inunis research institute. I nis substance is now available in K '/,,"<>,-:;/<>r,y or ointment form under the nar.ic l'rri>f,niti,,,, I/.'' At your UJ '.ife'sist. Money back guarantee. •lleg. U.S. I'at. Off. DOLLAR DAYS STOP IN OUR STORE AND REGISTER FOR THE LUCKY BUCKS! SHOP OUR MANY $1 DAY SPECIALS BIKE BASKET Super heavy gauge wire. Fits all bikes, 15"xlO"x4 3 ,V. Reg. S1.29 FREE 2 batteries with purchase of this flashlite. Chrome - plated seamless brass. Reg. $1.55 value. SI EGG POACHER SI ALUMINUM Cook 3 eggs at once. Pan can be used as a sauce pan. Reg. $1.15. LAWN SPRINKLER Tulip sprinkler. Removable brass spray head. Heavy cast base. Reg. $1.49. SI VACUUM Hiawatha Brand. Glasslined. Plaslic cup. Reg. 31.39. • Enameled 3 coats on steel, white wilh red trim, oblong. Reg. $1.49 value. Bobby Grim, Hie number one man in point standings so far, Jud Larson, number five, Lee Drollinger. number six, nnd Ken Ru- brighl, number eight, will nil be here to pilot their Offenhausers over the li mile oval beginnine! at 1:30 p.m. Grim proFpntly holds ;i good margin over the rest of the dirt track drivers us he goes in quest of his first national championship. He has driven here in the past and is one of the greatest of all times. His car is the famous Honore Offy. Whittemore Patients Whittemore—Charles E. Kollasch is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona following surgery. Also undergoing surgery at the hospital Sunday was Joe Butler. Both men are reported as improving. (J-D-M Want Ads Bring Resulfc Hire Joe Kollttteh Whill«mor*—• Joe Kollasch recently began employment at the Tri-County Drying Co-Op, plant replacing Ronnie Hedin who left for Aurora, 111., Tuesday. BURGLARS A co-op elevator at Ledyard has now been robbed for the fourth time in 19 months. On the last occasion, only $4 was taken. CATTLE SPRAY Farincrest. Kills flies and mites. Reg. $1.39 3al- GAL. CLAW HAMMER 13 oz. for handyman jobs. Hardened and tempered drop forged steel head. Reg. $1.50 value. ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES TREMENDOUS Daze SAVINGS $ 1 Daze AT DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Navy Style T-SHIRTS for $1 Men's BRIEFS 69c Value 2 P ,, $1 m^__^___»M__ Blue Bell Chambray WORK SHIRTS 88c Limit of 3 KMMKSB Faded DENIM JACKETS S3.69 Value $2.67 in 4 colors ^^^jtt^^^tftfjC^H Men's Denim PUTTER PANTS S2.88 Value $2.19^ Hey, Kids! Davy Crockett BELTS SI.'00 Value 49c THE "JACKET STORE" SAYS: EVERY WINTER Jacket IN OUR STOCK OFF For Dollar Days Only! $1.00 HOLDS ANY JACKET ON OUR LAY-AWAY SPECIAL Buy Early and Save More! 3-year guarantee 17-JEWEL WATCHES Shock, dust, rust proof, anti-magnetic, including expansion band. SPECIAL $1 C17 QC P lus DAZE ONLY wlli9«l tax Men's Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Regularly S1.98 and S2.95 OUIIHEY 2 ,., $3.67 GO Hardwood Folding Cots $4.95 HIP BOOTS $9.66 •NGINEER BOOTS $8.88 FREE INSECT REPELLENT with Each Purchase DURING DOLLAR DAZE! Nylon STRETCH SOX Sl.OO Value 2 SI * p". ¥• ••iMHMH LUGGAGE SETS S29.SO Value 514.96,,. plus tax SWIM MASKS $1.19 Value 69c •••• Men's Nationally Advertised $10 JACKETS $4.44 Leather-faced WORK GLOVES SI Ea. Value 2 .SI •i^BBHBBH 25-ft. TROUBLE LIGHTS si Limit 1 Binoculars |7x50 size. Zeis style. • Coated optics. Individ- lual focus. $25.7' plus Tax High Quality Aluminum PAINT $1.79 5-gal Lots FOOT LOCKERS All metal. Dust proof | and moth proof. $7.95 FISHING ROD Two-F Slass $1.00 5-Foot Two-Piece Glass Reg. $1.79 NEXT TO SMOKE SHOP DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE NEXT TO SMOKE SHOP WILTGEN JEWELERS WILTGEN JEWELERS If" "Famous Make Ball-Point PENS 98 c A Big Selection ! • EAR RINGS • NECKLACES • PIN-CLIPS • BRACELETS 9 LOCKETS Two for eg. S 1.00 Leather Watch Straps 50 c ^•0^ ^Mr m ^& JHBI %Pr ^^iPr ^Br • m ^towl FOR YOUR OLD WATCH! (During Dollar Days Only)

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