The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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Two Livermore Girls Graduate Nurse Training Livermore— Among the graduates at Iciwii Lutheran huspita' school of nursing in Des Moine> on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 21, arc two Livermore girls. They are Mrs Deloria Jacobson and Mrs Violent 1 Yungclos. Mr.s Jae-oh.-on is the daughte: "I Mr and Mrs Chester Ogan o* Livermore and wife.- of Airman Elclon S. Jacobson who i.s stationed with the navy in Corpus Chnsfi. Tex. Mrs Yungclos is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Arlr: Me Cowan of Livermore and lh» wife \of Pvt. James Yungclos, who is with the army in Nurem- burg, Gc'rmany. Home On Leave Merrill Miller, who is stationed in the navy at San Diego. Calif., is spending a leave heie at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Many Miller. Hosiess To Club Mrs Franc-is Murphy was host• ss to the Just For Fun Club members Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Harry Zigrong of Humb' licit an invited guest. High prize went to Mrs Herman Gron- second high to Lena Altman, and traveling prize to Mrs Anna Welter. Sacred Heart Guild The August committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained the Guild members in the palish hall Tuesday afternoon. The jii.-arv was led by Anna Due in the absence of the president. Mrs Richard McKenna. Mi~ Francis Murphy, the vice pn sident conducted Die business meeting The icmamder of the afteinoon was spent in playing .'>iio. High pri/e went to Anna Aitman. chairpri/c to Anna Han! f in and consolation prize to Agnes Merle. Refreshments were served by the committee wilh Mrs Nick Klein, chairman. Mrs Keith L'-.gue. Mi.- Peter Malkmus. Mis Albeit Beirdwcll. Mrs Henry Strum-. Mrs Joe Curran, Mrs Jnhn Wonderley. and Mrs Robert Mi Kenna weie other members 01 the committee. Mrs Eine.-t Haaek entertained P:noih!e Club membeis at her ! Tuesday afternoon. High pri/e went to Mrs Herman Gron- b u-h anH t" insulation pi izc to Mrs Frank Huffman. The Lutheran ladies aid met Wednesday afternoon with Mr.s D .iiald Armstrong and Mrs Don- aid Collins hostesses. There was a family picnic Sunda\ at the Henry Groh home,in honor of the birthday Of Mrs Gioh. Those present included Mr •iiui Mr- Phillip Erdman and Mr and Mis Jake Erdman of Bel;)'<>mi: Mr and Mrs Albert Osburn ,ind Mr and Mrs Irvin Os- inirn and family, Mr and Mrs ilaiv-v Erdman and family an«.i Mi.- l..itn- Knohf. of Klemne; Mi anil Mrs John Grub and Mr .md Mis Carl Gioh and family ot I.uVeriic: Mr and Mrs Ecldio Erd- ni.iii .ind family and Mr and Mrs Ivan Fi eciei ickson and family. Dinner guests Sunday at the (Mr. Andersen hi'me in honor ol i;.- birthday were Mr and Mrs n Si•': ..eberlein and son Daryl, Ilumbi'ldt. Afternoon visit.n> t!u Ande.'sen home were Mr ;.iid Mi-; R.iy Barrett of Dulluvy aiii! Mi and Mrs Jens Andi.iven ..;' Hu:r.buKit. Mr- Barretl i> Mi; Ml 1 ,'.- niece. Mr and Mr> Dave Cult-man wi. :e Sunday evening visitors a 1 t':.e Edgar \Ve.-s burnt: in Beaver T. iwr..-iup. Phvllis Mack.ntosh and Rita Si•! \vendenu.nn ale on a week's i.iin i.! the Y.-iut.'i's Fellowshin u?.'up- "I t'li- Mgnna district oi '.<••• Methodist church. Dr .md Mi.- T. D. Rossini; vi-Hid Sunday with Mrs Rossing's mother, Mis Harr, in Al- Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou went f.i then cabin at Stillwater, M.nn. for a few days outing. Mi and Mrs Edward Klein and -even children of New Orleans ,i:<- lien- visiting his parents, Mr ..IK! Mrs Nii.-k Klein. Lee Jarvis. Donald Larson, Donald Wood and Ray Stilu. who spent twu weeks ai the National Guard training camp at Camp Rjple.v. Minn, have returned hnine. The Rev. and Mrs Clifford Larson and family oj Bornes, Kan. were here last week visiting the Rev. Larson's parents, Mr and Mr.- Clifford Larson. Mrs Marie Kettle-man of Cleveland, Ohio is here visiting her sister. Mrs August Paulson. Dinner guests Monday at the George LenerU home were Mr and Mr.- Gus Bosallis of Storm Lake. Mrs Ted Wagner and daughter Carol, and Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenert and three children. Mr and Mrs David Streit and Mr and Mrs Albert Streit of Leightuii, Ala., were visitors las; week at the Herman Gronbaeh home. The women are nieces ot Mrs Gronbaeh. Mrs Anne Miles left Sunday for a few days at Wahpeton, North Dakota. She will teach in an Indian school this year. Mrs Edna Bowes has gone to Clinton, where she is spending some time visiting at the home of her son, Gordon Bowes, ana family. Mr and Mrs Ted Jennings 'oi Miller. South Dakota, were visitors recently at the home oi hi* sister, Mrs Kenneth Howard, ana family. Dinner guests Sunday at the C'hfster Ogon home were Mrs F.ldon Jacobson of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hefti ana family and Mrs Rose Hefti oi Renwick; Mr and Mrs Francis Krniiso nf Cm-with. Mr and Mrs John Jacobson and Glen of Rul- i»ntl. and Mrs John Thorn of Livermore. i-ui. HIU Billy Lucksinger o! De.s Moines spent last week visiting at the Elwood Rummen.i home. Mrs Jim Wilson and children of Fort Dodge are spending * lew days visiting her husband'? parents, Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson, while her husband is in training at Camp McCoy, Wis. Violet Wilson and her mother- Mrs Maude Wilson, took Robert laylor to Fort Dodge, Tuesday vvhere he look a bus to New York City. From New York City he will leave for Europe for an in definatc 1 length of time. Mrs Eldon Jacobson, studen' nurse in Des Moines, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr and Mrs Chester Ogan. Robert Rummens, who is in thv nrmy reserve left Sunday from Ames for two week's training at Camp McCoy, Wis. Local Farmers Enter Livestock In State Fair Three Algona farmers are going to make their bid for a share o.' the $100,000 offered for prize- winning livestock at the Iowa State Fair. Aug. 27 through Sept. 5. They are W. H. Bosworth and son, who have entered five guernseys, Oakwood Guernsey Farm (W. H. Bosworth), two guernseys, and Louis Reilly. 22 Poland Chinas. More than Ij.000 entries are expected, the biggest list in the history of the event. Judging in open class competition in all divisions will be Monday, Aug. 29 through Thursday. Sept. 1. FFA and 4-H entries- will be judged Sept. 2-3. It was also announced that H B. Seeiy and son of Algona hav- entered 12 Columbia? and It) Cheviots in the competition. Whittemore Trio In Quiz Derby At State Fair Three members of the Whittemore public school have beer- selected to compete in the Inwi Quit Derby at the Iowa State Fan in Dey Moines. They are J;>mes Nichols. Dana Pet tit ana Maurice Carlisle. Team alternates are Howarrl Mefiin. Donald Nichols and Janice Balgeman It is expected more than 50 teams will be in th:> (.I'impctitHin this year. Sessions will start .it 9 a.m. daily, Auguf* 29 through Sept. 1, 'and will proceed accuixling to elimination .lilies, Cash awards and bronze medals will be awarded to the winnei s • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr and Mrs Joe Kclley and two children of Gillette Grove spent the weekend at the parental, Lawrence Smith homo. Mr and Mr.s Neil Garry ami two children left Thursday of last week for their home at Akron,. Ohio following a three week visit here at the parental. John Ricn- ler borne, with other relatives here and at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Howard Carey ot Buffalo. N. Y. came Thursday of last week to visit her sister, Mi.: H. H. Raney and family. They will also visit relatives at Blue Earth, Minn, before returning home. They had visited relatives at Odell, 111. enroute to Wesley. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease had as their Friday evening dinner guests Mr and Mrs M. O. Hal) and Ma.xine of Hanlontown. Mrs Lease and Mrs Hall are sisters. Mrs Helen Johnson left Monday evening by train for Buffalo. N. Y. where she will visit her son. William Johnson, and family. Mr.s Johnson is on two weeks vacation from the J. L. Walker Store. Mrs Dorothy Snook and David of Minneapolis came Saturday for a week's vacation at the R. L. Newbrough home. The Methodist chicken supper and bazaar will be held at Uio church Thursday, Sept. 8. Marlene Bauer was honored at. a pre-nuptial shower Sunday August 7 in the parish hall. Court Whist was played. M:s Ella Hanig won high score prize and the lucky prize. Mrs Roy Kolla.sch won low score prize. Stipt. Charles Mullin returned Satuulay al'tei noon from Indiana. Me drove home a new school bus tor the public school. Mr and Mrs Tom Win.gert and son, Larry ol McAllen, Texas came Wednesday for a week's visa at the parental, Lawrence Wingert home. On Saturday tno two vv insert families went to Dubuque to visit their sister and daughter, Sister iviary Catnerme. till sunday. Sunday guests at the parental. George (Jink home: were Air anci Mrs Tony Grandgenett of St. Benedict: Mr and Mr.s Frank Cink of Algona and Mr and Mrs Lou Wmgt.rl and children oi Buffalo Center. I he Good Will Industry truck from Sioux City will stop at the Methodist Church Tuesday. Aug 22, to pick up article.- ot clothing that have: been left there. Bags lor these articles can be obtained at the church. Mr and Mrs Joe Studer and family and Mr and Mr.s Kenneth Studer joined Mr and Mrs FranK Welhk and children oi Brill anc! Father Jot: Studer of Fort Dodge Sunday, July 31. for a picnic at Crawford Pai k at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Albert Knoypcr oi' Wilmer, Minn, spent the weekend here with his mother, M.s John Knopper. Mr and Mrs Alf Hifdman ana son of Des Moines .-pent several days last week at the Rudy Hilri- man home, 'liny aJ.-u visiled the John Hildman unruly and other reiati vi. s. Linda and ?v]ai i'yn Rei'mg were honored at a birthday party Sunday, Augu.-i 7 at t'n' pa rental. Rich Reiling home. Lincia wa- seven years old then and Marilyn wa.- !l years old. Aug. '.'> Their girl c!:i.-smate.- were guests and enjoyed an afternoon of games. Lo\vell Erdman uf Decora! .-pent the weekend at the par r-nlal. Paul Err]m,-, n homo. Mr and Mrs Marvel N'aidzr-ilski rind family, left Saturday (vrn- ing for a week's vacation with § his M'lative- a! St. Cloud, Minn, j Mr N'ai?]ye;!ski is employed on thi' Pien (!. St.udtT farm. Mi < I'M Ilildman was the luekv v. inner of S100 in the Silv. r •lull;!.'- chavrinn Saturday. Aug. ( '. S h '• had her husband' make ,-i "!!\mg" trip to town from the h-ime of their daughter, the Hob"]! Kain'.-. \vliere they worn i 1 -"- -'.tr.; \vith the corn ciinnin;' iob. Soroptimist Committees Thursday, August 18, 1955 Alcjonci (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 YOU can stretch, your budget to cover the small monthly payments on a Home Improvement Loan. File your application- repair and modernize now Safe — Confidential — Friendly Iowa State Bank Algona ' H .. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Following a month's summet vacation the Soroptimist Intel- national of Algona met Augu-' 10 for a noon luncheon and business session at Hotel Algona. Alma Pearson, new club president, presided. During the business meeting the following committee appointments weic announced: attendance. A n n Clopton and Louise Magnussen. assimilation & hospitality. Antoinett" Bonnstetter and Flor- members'nip. CUua Siiilt.-. Ivlif! We I (or ••neo B.justrom. audi! an I budge 1 . i an-i l'.,.-e Scanlan: international Bertha Thuente and Ann (.!l'.p j nn". Fxhth Welter and Irene (in: bulletin, FJdiiii Wi.-ili'r am jGiiflm; piogram, [?ose ScanKin, feanne Lighter; civic and se,-. Inne Griffin ari'.l Ivy Scuffhan 1 ; ..-ic-e, Helen Ili.tiir: and Lola f,if"!ie'ty. Mary LyIk: and Bertha '•;a!, Florence Bjust- e Magnu-'sen, Abe-.: V.'iikms atid Ivy Scuffham; wel- !',.!•(. and ehnrity. Antoinette Ron- nsi"!'.(•! and Irene Griffin; song U ade.-. Rose Scanlan. Chairmai cf i-acii eoiiimiltee' is namr."! i'ir.-'. Plan.- wi-rt 1 made for lielpir ', ai i'i" uol:o booth at the Ko.ssut . vVcl'ei- and Alice Wilkin--. Kxlen.-;. M (Mar.-. /:•;•;.!' r. IV-U,' Well!-;- ,1:1,] r'!:.! ;i SMI:-: ',;:-..m-e Mabel Si,i--li--e!i. Lula Sc'i! l!];,!n (.'],:: a Xendei aini F!''-i 1 ha T.'T '•n'.e; p.i. hamenfarian. Grar-.lham: gift. Jeami" 300 FEEDE PIGS Public auction of 300 feeder piqs will be held on farm located one-half mile north and one and three-fourth miles west of LONE ROCK, IOWA, Pigs raised on the farm on which the sale is held, on ... Tuesday, Aug. 23 SAll STARTS AT 1:30 P.M. These Pigs Are From 8 to 11 Weeks Old. Clean , .. Castrated . , . Vaccinated For Cholera and Erysipelas FREE DELIVERY UP TO 25 MILES TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before sa|e date. Not Responsible for Accidents. Ray Laabs LLOYD BERKLAND, Auctioneer LONE ROCK BANK. Clerk ONLY 00 '/ Miss It I Sale Ends Sept. 5th. BLACK SIDEWAL' PLUS TAX EXCHANGE If your old tire is recoppablo PLUS TAX EXCHANGE If your old lira is recappabla SIZE 6.70-15 BLACK SIDEWALL SUPER SIZE 6.00-16 BLACK SIDEWAU ;ius TAX EXCHANGE If your old tira is recappabla SIZE 6.70-15 BLACK SIDEWALL PIUS TAX-EXCHANGE If your old lire is recappabl* TRUCK OWNERS LIKE NEW" TIRE SALE Famous PASSENGER TIRES (2) 710x15 Clack Tubeless Tires (!ow mileage) (4) 760x15 Black Tires (low mileage) (4) 760x15 W/B Tubeless with 1200.miles (3) 760x15 W/B Tubeless Goodyear (one never used) TRUCK TIRES (4) 760x20 - 8-Ply Firestone New Take-Off Truck Tires (4) 825x20 - 10 Ply Goodrich New Take-Off Truck Tires (6) 825x20 - 12 Ply U. S. Royal New Take-Off Truck Tires (4) 900x20 - 10 Ply U. S. Royal New Take-Off Truck Tires Several Good Used Truck Tires 750x20 825x20 900x20 when you trade for the SENSATIONAL NEW FACTORY FRESH ORI-CHARGED BATTERY SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Trade-In Your Old Worn-Out Battery On A New FIRESTONE TRANSPORT B-112 HEAVY DUTY ' •• ^ SIZi 6.00-16 PLUS TAX Exchange If Your Old Tire Is Recappable Other Sizes at Big Savings BE SURE TO ENTER ":v . Nothing*) Buy-Nothing to 'lOQOOO CONTEST PH©NE 714 SOUTH HOTEL ALGONA

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