The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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11-1 The?weatW ha». tunisd against lh$ corn crop Couttfrvthe'past month, but not before the county had pro some I6-foot f stalks as illustrated above. This picture was taken on the farm operated by BrnieU^auman south of Burt, and owned by V. C. Smith of Algona. The stalk against which a six-year old boy is leaning was exactly 15 Jeet tall and so were its neighbors. One of the 15-foot stalks was ! pn display in front of the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. building during the fair. (UDM foto). • Scene'ieveral Wejsley—Barbara Jean-Smith, daughter of. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Smith, was honored at a pre-nuptial Shower Sunday afternoon, 'Aug. 21, in St. Joseph's Parish Hall. 5QO was played ' with high score prize going to Mrs Mildred Arndorfer and low, score prize to Mrs Maud Studer. Katherine pietrick received the door prize. t Miss Smith will become the bride of William Dietrick on Saturday morning, Sept. 10. To Wed Aug. 27 ^ Marlene Bauer'will become the bride ot Will Clements Saturday morning, Aug. 27. They will be married in .St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9'. o'clock, Plan Church Supper •'^Mjjiihbers pf St. Joseph Catholic parish "•yvill; serve a ' roast beef the public Sunday, Sept. 25. , Farewell Parly Mr and Mrs Don Powers were honored at a farewell'party Saturday evening at the R. E. Newbrough home. They are moving soon to Webster pity where hs is now employed. Pre-Nupiial Shower Darlene Lickteig; daughter of Mi- and Mrs .Urban Lickteig wil) be honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday, Aug. 28, in St, Joseph's parish hall. She will become the bride of Kenneth Forburger,' son of Mr and Mrs Torn Forburger on Monday, Sept. 12. Win Blue Ribbons h'raine Pals and their families held a picnic dinner on Wednesday, also their leaders, Mrs Herman Wise and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer. The group received a goodly number of blue and red ribbons on the garments exhibited. The booth won a blue ribbon. The 6 year expense account book of Charlotte Wise will go to the State Fair. Moines. . Mr .and, Mrs Clarence and Darlene, Mr and Mr"s Joe'Mil- Idr and Virginia and Mr and Mrs Vincent Cruise attended the wed- dingi Tuesday morning Aug. 15, of iRosemary Yegge, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Albert Yegge and Vaughn Hoover, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Ho6yer. Mrs R: J.~ Saunche of Eau Claire, •Wis.,i is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes. .Clarence Lilleskov of Zumbrata, Minn, spent the weekend at Mrs Ida Funnemarks. He took horne. With him '-his^ ,wife end 'spri <Tqm- my, ^whoj had .spent a week- hfre. Mrs 1 'Fuhh'emark 1 > 'afccomp'anied them home for a few days visit, and then went., on to i Eflgely, N. D. to visit the Charles Halvor- sens. Home On Furlough • Eddie Dornbier and Ray Smith of Parks Air Base, Calif, came Sunday morning for a 10-day furlough at their parental, Clarence Dornbier and Richard Smith homes. Eddie will go to Sliep pard Air Base in Texas, and Ray will go to an Air Base in Illinois ona..visf|ed Studer. enBoWtelty • Sf ^- f , Mr arid MrS QedrgW went to Dubuetitfi Saturday;ml,... ing to visit, h£».mojftet;' Sfts Mat^ Stufflick in ajHosJ>Ual. th.ei'e'.t" w^e, joined, by. MriRicke's " V-Jn-Ja^*.M? and'.Mrs' " Mand : of MiriheapolIsV returned Sunday evening p-'o¥t -that -they drbv| J " " •<lA«e(1i>!Y «.<«!¥.: 'ooot '-fi 16vely' !V raih' : 'east ' 6f\ City. *ft r ymglst^c1iird left ' Saturday morning on ;did. .some.. sightseeing*. in. -that part of the country. Mr and Mrs Tom' Hsmey- ( oi Casey were 1 weekend guests la*t the home of th'efr daughter arid family, the Ffed Th^fres. Connie • and Eunices Albert Llea spent the Wf the Herman Studer Hbro Guests at the Joe wfe Sunday, Aug. 14, wefte, Mrs Maurice Roach aWthr and Mrs Esther Roach of Mason •City.' "Gaffsts* 'at 'the 'Wfefg" h&me last Sunday were Eugene, and Caroline Schuler and" ,'<5narlefi- Monson. The dinner was ih'Hdti- ojr of,Carolipe'5'Jyj;tnday. ' /•;•: hla*y'*p'arty-- by 'af i. file birthday* JN8WL i imml and Her sister, Mrs Lucy Brabic. the latter Of Ft. Dodge- W& ted* relatives -hi 'Marengo- thfe|past tworweeks.' '' x Mrs? fTnekla* j Eisenbacher ?\£as brougM.ihpme' Sunday ' from 'St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had- been since Tuesday for medical care. Her son-in-law" arid daughleV, i Mr and -Mrs Richard HammoM of Racine, Wis. will be at. the parental home till,Sept. 1. Algona Govt. Cost Per Person Low I ^Jgo'na's peijpersonlcost-df ex- pen'pe forgeneral government was well below the state average for the year 1953 in cities of over 5,000 population. The Algona average was -$l.'42 t and .the state . esday, Aug. as : sp,6rtt playing to Mrs Henrj Wlttkopp. bmpsbrt W West srmte guest Krueger . the Wajs lace": Sjtc&rthur' honie'were Mabel s N(ck6l;-• Aidefrj 111. Edith CatfsfthdEt'vinCates afld ,Sd» fbmal&yti : Sfes?tt, Wis: GJ14 Wah^ WcSdeh'of^Walworth, Wis> cohsin. Satur'day eVening y& KfcA^thur afld Mrs Rufh *&*'-* J **"> •£» wedding at it Wm. guests Sunday _________ Ames at tMe A.jL. Jackman home. Dpjnna and;^ih*da, who have been visiting "there since -Wednesday, returned home. ~ ~, • Sgt'.'.aijd Mrs; Gordon Wegener of South ^Carolina were supper guests MondBy at iDaie Wegeners. Mr and Mrs 'Fred- Wegerier ' of Algona- were -.evening callers. Evening^ .caUer|', at the Howard 'Bierstedtv home >yere Mr and Mrsi Merlya • Baum'an and family of JjuVerne. Sunday, Aug. 14, the Bierstedts ? attended the" wedding and reception rfbr Carolyn Friud- rich and OMlle Kressm at ton. ':.'-'• . t average! Va* '$£142." " ( * The -per person cost, flf operating the "fire departrrient was also far below which .-; -was ' the state average, $4.27. The Algona ' Move To Spokane Master Sergeant John Shep- pyrd, his wife,, the former Rita Wingert, moved the fore part of this week to Spokane, Wash. He had recently returned from North Africa where he had served 14 months. The family had lived here in the Dewuy Wilson home. Kay Hilbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nqrpert Hilburt, is ein- pjoyed at the office ' of the Bankers Life Insurance company at Mason City. She began work Monday, Aug. 15. • Judy Hilbert spent last week with her, sister, Joan Hilbert, at Fort'IJojdge. Joan is employed at the Gold Coajst Supper C)ub. Mrs Esther Swanson of Burlington concluded a ten 4ay vijit, . A..^, n A :ti_ i- •-..*. » AT.. ^ rt.. .. and Mrs John Paulson and daughters wenttfo New Rithland, Minn, last week" to attend funeral services of 'her -grandfather; Geo. W. Smith. ; Mrs Paulson .'and her father, Clarence Smith of Kanawha accompanied the body to Mt. Carroll, 111., for burial. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb received word Sunday * of a new granddaughter born that morning to Mr and Mrs Robert'Mitchell of Leslie,. Mich/Rev. and:Mrs Webb plan to visit ; relatives in Michigan i A mid-SeptemVer. \ ; David Funk of Fontana, Kan. is spending several weeks with his uncle, Gebrge Detmering and family. Don Kraus was ill last weekend unable to be at the store much. The annual Chicken dinner will be held ; at the Methodist church Thursday, Septi 8. They will have a bazaar a}sor Mr and Mrs. Floy<l ; Dolafi> -of Alexander, S. D. visited the Geo. Vitzthums last* week. • *.. ; Mrs Will Halterman'entertain- ed 10 children and mothers at a party Monday -Aug. 22 -for her daughter, Jean's 6th birthday. Mr tjalterman is on a vacation trip to Canada with a group of fishermen. 1 . Mr and Mrs Glair ; Robinson went to Garner, Sunday, for a picnic in the Stewart home. Mrs Marie Weiland ot Whittemore, a former Wcsleyan fell and broke the bones of her foot last week. She is in a cast up to her knee. Mr and Mrs Wayland Frederick and sons of Arlington were Sunday guests at the Herman Wise . home. The women are sisters. ' » • ' Mr and Mrs Mike' Wagner spent Saturday and' Sunday with friends in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsnlcicr entertained at a family dinner party Sunday in honor of the Is; wedding anniversary of their son-in.-law and'daughter, Mr ai\d Mrs Paul'Sch'mitt pf .AdaV.a. Rev. and ,Mfs Pfroy Carlsspn left Monday morning, .-Aug. 22 for two weeks vacation at Otter Tail Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lester ITarsdri arid Mr and Mi's Arvin Larson and f a m i 1 y attended the annual Noclland . family reunion at Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday, Aug. 21. Mrs Martha West and Walter, Mr and Mrs Paul Studer and family, Mr and M?s Gaylon Vitxihum and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Matern and family, Adam and Julius Matern joined Mr and Mrs Ben Matern and two daughters of Mcscrvey and Mr and Mrs Bill West and family of Masun City for a picnic Sunday at a park at CJanje^-. /... . '« / ? i ' "-' •' i .. , Mr ' ati4 Mr$ '* Bid* HatiptnJ^n. pn4 family 'io'f Bsihcfof} wjpre " i* til if^kjf c nf \flf< *i f\r-' - .. avera"gte' was only $1.22.'' But ' the per person cost of running 'the police department was slightly above>state average. The state average^ is-$4.50"a"rid Algona's '. per person cost was $4.60., ''All figures areior the year 1953, as prepared by the Iowa Taxpayers Association. FISH Some lowans brought, back .one of the best fish stories of the year, Jrom a (trip' to Idaho. Abe^and -John Go.eWaat, ;of.^eUa, -bi^ght back two ;rock ./sturgeon ^Weighing 125 and 90 pounds each. Ottosen News Mr arid Mrs Herman Kramer visited Friday, evening at the Art jTabor ho'me.;in West Bend. • Mr an4,Mr^ James Barber and family Were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs : Eugene Hpfius were Sunday dinner guests'at the Alf Lee hpjrie-near -9ritt. The fivWihildren of Mr and Mrs Rudy 5l fferninghaus of Whit- •tertiore'.^isitfed at. the, home] of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk. this past week, while their parents - were on a fishing trip to Minnesota. {. Mrs Lowell Kropf and son" of Bossier City, La. spent from Monday till Thursday at the §am Kropf home. '. •- -Sunday afternoon, Mr and Mrs ntone Waechter and Donny and tend Itte- the visited her' paints, Mr mrs Peter DajilKauser fat Wh rnore. Evenfng visitors at 'f{""""""""" ff "*L' Aug. 24, with her. sister, $ Hansen and fajniiy,. ' PJheiv . end guests in the Hansen home were Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen of Topkca, Kan., and Mr jnd-Mrs Ray Madsen of DCS Mqines. Mr ! cfn^ Mi-s Henry Swans'on' and her sister, AJTIV Anderson, returned Thursday from a week's visit with the Frank 'Johnsons 01 o^kes, North Dakota, and s. They ifor a qousm: ft? Pake?'. ' Mr and Mrs 'Glenn Fuller and' children f moved tips week to Hunibbldt. Ml- Fullest working fov.'thp Coca Co)4 Bo^tJ^ig \yprk^; Two of the children wiD attend school there. • . • Guests at Jjic Dr. PayJ V|,;y>ier home ovpr the weekend wo)'e Mi' and Mr.s Stanley Petorson rind Mi- day,dinner guests qf Mr aj«i CJayje Sijjrfer and family, • i ,Slpr%, BufU ai»d jph&jilette Wise spent la$\ .^ye/^' trf Wgona, "with tiipir grandpa'rents, Mr and Mrs Jtihn Voss and attended the Kossuth County Fair. linuiae .F.rjdayilroiji St. gpna AyBerp he had : bot>n several weeks lor medical Pj''e. , j ', '• • Mrs Helen Jolmson jarriV^ h^ome ( Tlji4rsdajf p| |a ;f}'pm 3 Vacation tfip fo New ^ork, whtro s4 e visited her spn, WiUiam Johnspn a/icr fanjUy. Mr and Mrs Dennis .Vi^ljurp ^nd fa;nijy of Shfjqon spanit the weekend atr the "parental, Leo . 4 Mrj> OJl dren .-JiK-f Mr and > , . * i i iloth'iBid chil- Mre Lr<* V;m- This Week's SPECIALS Out At East End Grocery IN HEAVY SYRUP PEACHES NO. 2'A CANS Cans $1 YELLOW OLEO ..... SLbsJ CANNEP NO. 2V4 CANS TOMATOES ..... 4 Cans Jl IN HEAVY SYRUP NO. 2V4 APRICOTS ...... 4 Cans CANNED 393 < PEAS; or CORN, J Cans $ CANNED !. 303 CANS TOMATOES ..... 7 Cans $1 GOLDEN MAID NO. 2V4 CANS 393 <;ANS SAIAP BOWL QUABT MORREU'S RING BOLOGNA J Rings ; Waechter home wetfe Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser ana" family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg and 'Mr and Mrs iOrlin Olson .of Fort Dodge visited Saturday afternoon at the Ted .Underberg home. Mrs Elizabeth Anliker and family of West Bend Were Sunday supper and evening visitors there. Mr. and Mrs Donald Wehring and daughter of ' Des Moines wei-e weekend visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen spent Sunday afternoon and evening of Aug. 14 at the 'Bible Conference at Lake Okoboji. Wednesday, Aufg. 17 Mr and Mrs Mejvin Ellingsoh and . Orville and Ronald -were at the Eldon Ellingson home near Biirt to celebrate the first Birthday of Roger, son of Mr and Mrs Eldoh Ellingson. ~ f *, -MrandiMfs-Iri Beir and family of Pearson, ; Iowa, were overnight visitors at . the Percy Watnem home Saturday • ;t " :" Lee Holt of Spencer was a Wed-- nesday 1 6'aller at .the ; Jesse • Van- Buskirk-homei • ; * ; Mr and Mrs AlfredtSchultzJ and family attehded the Schultz; family 'fe,union at the Ernest Meyer Whittemore Sundayi Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann were Tuesday evening supper guests in Fort Dodge. • .,' Mrs Marie .Haug of Bode spent Sunday at the Olvin Haug Home. Other visitors Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and* Susan of s Algona. Wednesday night supper guests at the Percy Watnem home were Mrs Pearl Hanson of Whittemore and daughter, Wanda Hanson, ot Spencer. . . ; • The P.W.f>. <met Thursday Aug. 18 -in the church parlors with Mrs W. E. Hundertmark and Mrs Albert Thorsen hostesses. The date for the next meeting has :cKa«pdvtf m^m^^^^^i Wji r an tufflect -...- af let spending a Mr and Mrs Ho., _...,>..._. id' Olivia',' MihnV Stinday; they Visited 1 arJbr0th(|i' and df Mrs Peteft.Erid^fesofl.*. :> -\ >•; '•Mi?;^iid AfrS'Dallasi'Cbyle daUlfiter Chail61te;"-of FaWmdftt,, iMinM.'spdnt'SUttdsy at.the, Mikf C6yle: hdrtTe."''"-'];' ''•• •:';•' ^\ V' '• i • '" l' ; i • i'-Mr and Mrt>-Kntit;''.Oppedahl; at the'Harold 'MdritanddftKoniS'It I6WS'-'Ffilw : Aug. 113; f. -Neitt- day the '• iwO '/fattiilies,attended the, 76th 'General; "Hfas'Wtal.ii'eUrliori held at fine; Lafee Wildlife; eitiH/ house''aV"El&ptiip Abqlit 50- men \vith their 1 ffiniilles' wf'etg'ipfes'oht. •". .Mi's Essie dp,bp,erfacd6mpanied her soil" iaM'^daughter-in-law,' Mr and Mrs! MlpVi Qdoper and' children, Charles 'and Arlys '.of Sutherland oh: a^trip over 'two thousand miles this. .past weeki They: Wdte sightseeing in Astern IdWa, went through the ( lWiscori- sin Dells, 1 spent one day in fihica. go andiwere al-far asDur luth x 'arM^SUpjarloEt y. They_ ; re;, ttf.rnpd htonielSatul'd^y 'e'Vening,:,;. Pick Nominating / dbSrdifg/.Hc^ferfW [have to serVe 'a :t6tal< pf;;g4 at ptts&rif ift .Mti joh previous coftVietioM.iif ff.bfO SjBiiriMarcll< ! 28 > ;;'l9M.'; .^Jf rji ; '' ' ieri by Car} .,—--• " " jtfahagerVMrs; V ti8,kp.ta ttlijg. ttQeMe-j r 'Roger' Goeke, " Ulrriore;/ Milt J ' Kossuth County Farm Burefeu .Boafd appointed the nominating committee at their last bba^y meeting: "fHis. committee"; Will' meet and siibmit to the -people ;at, the Annual meeting at.least ty/b Candidates for .each county, bf•' fice,.. also the^e. can be - f urthier nominations made frortv'tne,floor at the annual'meeting. Farm BU_._,_._,..„ f elected for a 3 'year'lertn. l ,' - -'?y " Preset officers arp;= President, Lester Edeft, Titbnka; Vice president, Raphael Montag,, Wes^ Bend; secretary, R. E. Peterson, Swea City; -treasurer,'Glenn Gab'- rielson, Sexton; voting •delegate, Hugh -Black,, Algona,,. Women's chairman,' Mrs Charles .Ifygaard; Wesley.- : ' :'. ;'},>=-u V .\i ~ : '.', ;: The Nomiriatirig'Cotnmittee coh- 'sists of the following: Walter Tapper, Buffalo Center; Mrs O/T;. Cherland, -Lone • Rock;, 'Levant !enti?r and;leaVeiheban.Rr f a _ ivester.' Garmafl, v .oWne*^. „,, stolen car -used : in. 'the' robbery?;? Members of t'he • juryf^^'^^ Ralph Reding; Of:.Ott6sett the'r Helber_g at}d' r Mfci' Raney """ The Women's Bowlihg Associa- tibh' ;> bf Algona : has aiinbuhced that'there' v/ill be an 6rganiz'ationi- al> meeMn'g Tuesday 1 night,' Aug. 30, at 'Barry's Recreation.' Anyone intereste'd ; In , league .bo'wling whether a le&gue memror of new- attend this t*easuref,' ; Bonriie"Bradford before th'e'meeting.- ' '•;''-"_ •;•'•' " Fisther Reception ! " ; s.wea City'— Capt: ahd' %s 'Harold, Fische,r Jr. Will holda V$- ception'Sunday,. Aug. 29,,'2 t;o'r,5, at'the Fort Des Moines hotel/ and a'number of.Swfca City folks'" lrt " to attendj ; ' /. :;•.; Notice YES-73% Current, Earnings' :on ' savings & investment) account's. Insured: to -$10,000. Check HoTiie Federal's 38 year record, 'write -oi call-in person, best '.investment plan; i Home'Federal.'Savings- & Loan of Algona', "la. " <• , 26tf n HARVEST BARGAIN 12-INCH, ALL STEEL BACK-TO-SCHOOL RULER! Bring $iU,, coupon, In to our bik*- department for your fr*« rulor. STARTS TOMORROW Sensational Savings! ROCKET BICYCLES $50.00 Value i 24 and 26 inch sue*- Sturdy S'&twa . CORN BROOM Rt^ulorly Clip Coupon In Your Harvetf Sale Circular for f Samplrof "TfcrM Beacon*PeH$h Dirt, itvtt and w*ar> f«d«tant. Drl«> to hard gloit without rubbing. Camper* qtJS.OO ^ S9»4 to»ah. Ifajh.r bair Whllt ttriw qnd Be Sure You Have fie ^ u « y °" Wu,,» fh, SCCSOM Opens Use COAST-TO-COAST STORES GUN AWAY . • . REPEATING SHOTGUN Imported STEEL PLIERS 9<e Vpfu«i • Your OC C ;Chofc* DD lln*man'> 7-inch, 6Vt Inch 'long HOI* and Diagonal e'A Inch pll»f». R WILLS FOR FRAM P>4 . FOR PUROU P70 that hontitly filtfrt lh« eil. Suv^' at l»atf, Ml, Bear/Jig ROLLING PIN first Time, at «p«or ury POCKET WATC br*akal)l« (ry«f«. TRACTOR BftTTERY J-oll 18 'Month Gu.iroilloe. . RuBU'-'dly n, a d = «c. sl°nd /'braiion. *•! 1»5 Exilianao * * WHEEL SPINNER "Heuvy July" .nital knob will. Ijule ^"f '*~t TRACTOR CUSHION CYLINDER OILER MMP OILCH H,Ju.-ulic forct fod COAST-TO-COAST S TTFWfTJ '. TTs l"i »..

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