The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 46
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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fi-Algono (In.) Upper Des Molties Thursday, August 11, 1955 Lakota Group Taking West Coast Trip Lrkota—Mr and Mrs Herman Jutting and Judy, accompanied ).v Mrs L. A. Mcyor, left Wod- n:-fi;-,v fnv California. The Jut- l::iu family will visit Dr. and Mrs \V;n. Smith atvl family, and Jon Smith, brothers of Mrs Jutting in Siorktnn \vhilo Mrs Meyer will vM; !,cr daushtcr and huslv.nd, Mr and Mrs Roger Thompson until they return to Lakola alter Roger's dischnrse. Mr anil Mrs Jutting will be gone two weeks. Lskola Luckies Mel Tin- Lakota Luckies 4-11 Girl? lu'Id then annual Achievement Day at 8 p.m.. Aug. 2. at the home nf Mrs Charles Gutkm eht,. Judges of the exhibits were Mrs Charles Nygaard of Wesley and Mrs Richard Anderson of Grr.nt township. The- project for the year has been sewing. The articles chosen to go to the county fair were: In the Junior Class, Apron—Shirley Smith and Dentine- Nelson: Cotton Skirt—Shipley Smith: In the Senior Class. Apron — Donna Herl/.ke; Skirts, cotton Mild otherwise —• Dcloris Hippentrop. Luerctifi Clapper, lona Sachs and Carol Winter; Blouses — Donna Hertzko, lona Sachs. Lucretia Clapper, De.loivs Rippentrop: House coat — Lucretia Clapper. Play suit — Ruth Wallentino: School Dress -•• Deloris Rippentrop, Karen Wallentine; Better dress — Kami Wallentine. Cam! Winter; Party dress — Ruth Wallentine, Carol Winter: Long time record and long time expense account books •— Carol Winter. Carol was chosen as style IT- view eirl to model at the lair. Lutheran Guest Day The ladies of St. Paul's Lutheran church held their annual guest day, Aug. 2. with 175 mies'.s registering and representin.'i the ANNOUNCING I 1 I Monday Evening, Aug. 22 8:30 P.M. Wrestling Roy McClarity and Joe Dusek (CANADA) (OMAHA, NEB.) VS. Art Nielson and Reggie Lisowski (WORLD'S CHAMPION TAG TEAM) AT Hancock County Fairgrounds (1 Mile Southeast of Britt) ALSO: 2 PRELIMINARY MATCHES General Admission $1.00 Ringside SI.50 All Gale Tickels Purchased Nighl of Match SI.50 Tickels On Sale Now At Many Brill Business Places Mail orders lo Brilt Commercial Club Send Check or Money Order in Full — Seating for 1500 HOBO DAY, AUG. 23 GIANT PARADE 9:30 A.M. - FREE ACTS GIANT MIDWAY 1200 Gol. Free Stew - Ball Game Dance-Coronation of Hobo King and Queen And-AII Attractions You Will Never Find Anywhere But In Britt ! I Makes People Gasp A top star to be presented at the 1955 Kossuth County Fair Tjy Mario Productions is Galasso The Great, pictured above. He is the man who stands on his forefinger, and is rated as one of the most daring performers in the nation today. According to Fair Secretary L. W. Nitehals, this act is one that will leave the audience gasping and out of breath. Galasso presents an act-different from any seen in these parts, it is said. His daring is beyond human comprehension, and only the stalwart of heart can view his exploits calmly. Sacred Heart church and E. and R. churches of Ledyard, Good Hope and Immanuel of Titonka, Lutheran of Swea City and Buffalo Center and the local Methodist and Presbyterian churches. Mrs Irene Palleson of Rin^sled wa-s the guest speaker. The Parish Hall was f'llod with displays of the hobbies of various women. Mr and Mrs Herbert Brand of Hollandale were callers at the Arlowe Blome home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Arlowe Blome and Mrs Eugene Blome entertained at a birthday party Sunday afternoon at the Arlowe Blome home for the second birthdays of Terry and Debby who were born the 9th and 10th of August respect- ively. Guests were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder, also the Winston Schroeder family of Elmore, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clem Mergen and family moved last week to Whittemore. Mr • Mergen is a Farm Bureau Insurance agent and was given the area arounct Whittemore. They had lived here about four months. Mr and Mrs Emory Smith and Allan left Saturday night for Niagara Falls to visit their son, Dick, who is stationed nelRr there in the navy. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey, Renee and Johnny of Sac Citj- visited from Friday until Tuesday at the Jerry E. Ukena home. Mr and Mrs Grant Blackrnan TASTESGOOD ...IS GOOD 32-33 anil family of Omaha arrived Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs Wayne Lcnz and Sunday they were all guests of Mr and Mrs Norman Helmke at Renwick. Mrs Mary Telkamp accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Ed. Telkamp of Algona, parents of the Mesdames Blackmail, Lenz and Helmke were aiso there. Mr and Mrs Frank Nauman are parents of a baby girl boir. July 31. This is the first girl for the Naumans who have two boys. Mrs Emma Smith received word of the death of Ed. Clematis at the Dells, Oregon, last Tuesday. Mr Clemans was a former editor (if the Lakota Record and latei lived in Titonka and Burt. He i? survived by his wife, two son? and a daughter, Dorothy who lives in Emmetsburg. Lorraine daughter of Mrs Emma Smith, Js married to Robert Clemans. Morris Blome and David Kienitz left Sunday for two weeks ol training for army reservists at La Crosse, Wis. Mr and Mrs Cliff Buckets had as their guests Sunday. Mr am Mrs LeRoy Asche of Freeborn, Minn. Mr Asche is the son ot M. and Mrs Fred Asche and a nt phew of Mrs Buckels. He is an agricultural teacher in Freeborn Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland and Rickey and their nephew, Gary Heetland, visited Friday until Sunday in Yankton, S. D. with the former's sister, Mrs Larry Stofford and family. The Frank Nauman family is living temporarily on the Dyer farm north of town while their house on the Holtz farm west of Lakota is undergoing a complete remodeling job. Rev. and Mrs O. H. Frerking of Twin Lakes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena. A baby boy was born to Mi and Mrs D. Wayne Lester August 7, at the Britt hospital. He has been named Rickey Lee. The new arrival makes a family of three boys for Mr and Mrs Lester. Juanita Lester of Rochester, Minn, was a weekend visitor with her parents, Mr and Mrs V. E. Lester. Mrs S. P. Powers has returned home from an extended visit in Chicago where she stayed with her grandchildren while her son, William and his wife were away on a vacation. Miss Barbara Winter left by train from Manly for Fort Sill, Okla. to spend the weekend with her fiance, Ronald Schroeder. The Band of the Lakota school under the direction of V. A. Barrett gave a concert Saturday evening. This concludes their summer activities. Mrs Wm. Noble of Baraboo, Wis. and her sister from California were overnight guests of Mrs Noble's sister-in-law, Mrs Harriet Warburton. Mr and Mrs Raymond Smith and Robert concluded a visit with' Raymond's mother, Mrs Ida Smith and left for their home in Fort Landerdale, Fla. Aug. 2. Mrs . Lillian Kopp of Buffalo Center is substituting in the bank during .Mrs Jutting's absence. Edi.Ruhmstock, long time Lakota resident, passed away Thursday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs Wilford Radig, of Lone Rock. Funeral services were held from St. Paul's Lutheran church Monday, at 1 p.m.. with burial at Spirit Lake. Visitors the past week in the August Klocke and Fred Mabus homes were Mr and Mrs W. H. Gelhaus of Hubbard. The ladies are sisters. Stephen Buckels was a guest of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs W E. Ley the past week. Mrs Elizabeth Schaper drove to Des Moines last Friday where she met her brother, John Baldridge, and Mrs Baldridge and accompanied them to their home in Farmington, Ark. Mrs Augusta Meyer wa? brought home Friday from a Mason City hospital where shb had been for a week. Grandma Meyer has been in poor health for the past year. Mrs Edna Christiansen of Wisconsin was a guest of Mr and Mrs Otto Englebarts several days last week. LLAR A'lTRACTIVE 51x12 Ft. AX.MINSTER RU(JS S ONLY! #(, ' f> < ^x; < ' if I •,,* 0^ V f<* "> •>>< < 4 R'-.-;!;«.-m <i< ri-.•-[_,;;,• '.vi avt-s in a widi.- .Sficct:ui; uf ilura!. leaf, M-lf-tonc dt.-:-;:-i..v THIS OFFER FOR DOLLAR DAYS ONLY. From 69.50 BJUSTROM FURNITURE f EASY TERMS • FREE PARKING IN REAR • FREE DELIVERY Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdort and Barbara and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf were dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque came from Ames Saturday afternoon to spend the weekend at the C. L. Young home. Mr and Mrs Bill Woltz enjoyed a picnic supper Sunday evening at the Donald Ringsdorf's. Barbara Ringsdorf spent last week with Kathleen Figge, daughter of Rev. and Mrs Paul Figge. They brought Barbara home Monday and after having breakfast at the Ringsdorf home, they went up north for their vacation and to get out of the heat. Miss Hannah Benke is in Mercy hospital at Mason City. She entered the hospital Friday morning. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen went to Bartlett, Neb. Saturday morning to visit Mrs Larsen's father. They will return Wednesday. Mrs Fannie Albright, Chester and Wihna of Algona were dinner guests of Mrs Hazel Carroll Sunday. Mrs C. L. Young attended the shower Sunday afternoon at the academy, in honor of Vera Bradley of Algona, who will be married Aug. 25 to James Drone, also of Algona. Mrs Hazel Carroll and famil.' spent Wednesday in LuVerne. Mrs Hazel Carroll and family, Mrs Carroll's mother, Mrs Fannie Albright, and her sister, Neva, shopped in Mason City Thursday. Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse, Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and fam- ily, Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielscn aftd family, Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka spent Sundny afternoon at the George Hix home. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch of Alsonn. Russian aircraft plants have promised to turn out next, year 200,000 steamlined chrome-plated baby carriages. 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