The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 9
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1 Algona ( ', » Plane 'Just Like Ike's' Lands Here -UJ.'i Ui Ji U.J u,y,i,u.i UJ..I:u i M.-J-.. t «n e«u»i,u u,*,u,i 1444,1» •<"•• :••: : vfr v: : :--p|f;v* : Mr and Mrs ClaifjTJiom j as their guests on HalurHfe, Mr iind Mrs Cecil Bennett of Esther: ville. Mr and Mrs N. A, )8 sons. Jim and Jorfrilsp'e •weekend in;their trtnW ' Okoboji. ' Mr and M*S fTtfd? Herb?!; and : Mr and Mrs Jack Chrischilles j spent the * weekend); at 1 Lake } Okoboji. . .' ' • i Mrs Russell Thorite of Aurora, : Jl). is vigiting here with her part f ents, Mr= and Mrs Tim 6'Brien- I She is the former Joyce O'Brien. " ""*-£.6-i--" '•«'r-i i -' i Mr and Mrs Charles McVay } returned last Wednesday from an ; eight week's business-trip to Billj ings and other points ire Montana.; i Mr and Mrs Russell Buchanan -. and Kathy and Scott spent from Thursday until Sunday of last ; week at Lake Okpbbji.; —o— Alpha Psi Chapter of Bela Sigma Phi held a hayridfc party : and wiener roast Tuesday evening. Mrs Harley Haas was in : charge of arrangements. : —o— John Spencer went io Des i Moines on Monday to undergo j a check-up at Veteran's hospital.* • He was expected to return in a < day or two, j = » •. ; *-j- "•;' ..' . ,' . f Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt". aiia j three sons spent the yveekend 6t . their cottage fat; Clear ; Lake; Itfr. • and Mrs W.i A, Hardy and fam-. • ily were guests. '••',• I , —-o— • • • / Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and daughter, Karen,. returned Sun•] day from, a yac.atipp, trip, to Ws- •rcqnsin and'point's^ along the Mis- I sissippi river, j 1 < -.;'' i ; i ': , , ' ' Mr and Mrsyicior Fisher'had as their overnight;'. guests ,Moni day, Mr and Mrs Uno. Maki 01 •-. Muskegon," Mich. The Fishers formerly lived in Muskegon. —o— Linda Smith, Judy Cowan, Pat Ferris, Mrs Jerry Ferris and Mrs Claude Slagle went to Mason City on Tuesday to attend a golf demonstration .by,Patty Berg at the Mason City Country Club. , Mr and Mrs Milion Dahl spent Sunda'y at Fairmont, Minn, with Mrs Dahl's son-in-law and dau- ' ghter, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt. The Pratt sons, Bob and John returned home after a week's visit here. —°— : Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane have as their guest, Mrs Lane's mo' ther, Mrs Nellie Harvey of Man-, Chester. Mrs Harvey was brought ? here from Dawson, Minn, by her grandson after a visit there. Mrs Jack Limbaugh and Mrs Jerry Lewis were hostesses at a . coffee Tuesday afternoon at the : home of Mrs. Limbaugh for Mrs John Mitchell who is visiting here from Sharon, Mass. Guests • were former neighbor's when the Mitchells lived in Algona, —o— ; Mr and Mrs M. L. Honsbruch ; went to Aurelia, 'Iowa on' Wed"'. nesday to attend the Farmer's Picnic, the anrtual celebration, of the community. Aurelia is the Honsbruch's former home. They ., plan to return Friday. —o— Dick Phillips arrived home Monday evening from Mason City . where he had been hospitalized for over two weeks. His heart condition has improved but it will be some time before he can re' sume work. t * A plane Just like Ike's! Pictured above te the $125,000 Aero Commander 560, owned by the Storz Brewing Co. of Omaha, which brought Robert Hart Storz, general sales manager of the firm, his son Steven, age 5, and other representatives of the company here for the Kossuth Fair auction of 4-H livestock. The Storz Brewing Co; purchased the grand champion, then donated it to the Algona '*»•*, •. . . • » * . Lions Club, who in turn will use proceeds from the sale half for the annual club Halloween party, and the other half as a donation to St. Ann hospital;here. In the above picture are members of the welcoming committee as the plane landed, including a Lions Club delegation, the Storz representatives, and others interested in inspecting th plan that is "just Ifke Ike's." (Photo by Missal). Lions Club Plans To Auction Champ Beef - Piece By Piece - Here Sept. 2 Remember' To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END . .... .t«. t 9 At Your Grocer's • a *i. * • • . ' > t • ' ' THE GRAND CHAMPION! This Angus baby beef was'the grand champion of the 4-H show at Ihe county fair last week, and was purchased by the Storz Brewing Co for 83 cents a pound. The animal weighed just over 1,000 Ibs. and the check you see above is for something over $830. .On the back of the Angus is Steven Storz, 5, son of Roland Hart Storz, who is second from the left. At the left is Bud Morck, of the Morck Distributing Co. of Algona, who cooperated in tha purchase with the Storz firm, setting a new all-time high for a baby beef at auction here. Third from the left is Jim Bjerstedt, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Bierstedt of Whittemore, who raised the animal. At the right is Ted Chrischilles, president of the Algona Lions Club. Mr and Mrs W. C. Fassbender and two children have'moved to an apartment on. South Minnesota street. They have been living at Fort Dodge and Mr Fassbender is now employed at Kossuth Motors. Until 1 living quarters were available they visited Mr Fassbender's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Whittemore. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins spent a recent weekend at Clear Lake attending a reunion of the Hospital Unit in which Mr Hopkins served during World War II. Fourteen men and their wives were present. The Hopkins daughters yisite'd their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Wilmer Wichtendahl near Fenton during their parent's absence. Mr and Mrs E. E. Robinson were given a surprise party Monday evening in honor of their 17th wedding anniversary. Participating were the couple's 'parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Cink and Mrs Eliza Angle, and sisters and brothers, Mr and Mrs Frank Cink and family, Mr and Mrs Mike Stoeffel and family and Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman and family. Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw and John, Mary and Jimmy moved here Monday from Good Thunder, Minn. They have rented the Lewis McEnroe house on Harlan street. Mr McGraw is manager of the Bqtsford Lumber Co. and held a similar position at Good Thunder, They are former Algonans having moved away from here about two years ago. —Ou_ Harry Hargreaves came home Saturday on a 28 day leave from Veteran's hospital in Des Mpines. Mr and Mrs Hargreaves were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs E. B. Mathisen and three children of Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Hargreaves have taken a cottage at Jones Beach on Lake Okoboji and are spending this week there. —o— Mr and Mrs Russell Rent? and family spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs John Mitchell and sons, Charles and Jon, daughter, Nita, Mrs Earl Loss and her son of Sharon, Mass, and another daur ghter, Nan, Mrs Ray Parker, of Wapello, Mass, arrived last Tuesday for a visit with friends and relatives here and at Fort Dodge. Tht'y are ajl former Algonans. Orj SUAday they'were dinner gu|sts of tylriand Mrs Jerry Lewis.* Mis'Bob Williams, president of Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi appointed the following committees at the sorority dinner party Tuesday evening: Program, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee, Mrs'.Charles Hardgrove; Membership, Mrs Milton Will and Mrs Jerome Hardgrove; Social, Mrs Walter Schildknecht,- Barbara Haggard, Mrs Ray Johnson and Mrs William Bestenlehner; Publicity, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee; Ways and Means, Mrs David Smith, Mrs Marvin Calhoun, Mrs Rex Voyles; Service, Mrs Tom Sampson; Calling, Mrs Ray Johnson, Barbara Haggard, Mrs Tom Sampson; Doll Dress project, Mr Charles Hardgrove, Mrs Mitch Taylor, Mrs Rex Voyles and Mrs Tom Sampson and Year Book, Mrs Bob Williams, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee and Mrs R, B. Waller. Algona Airport Log Aug. 4 — Cassiday Refrigeration Co., Des Moines, Bonanza landed; O. T. Cherland, Lone Rock, flew-in with Vagabond. Aug. 7 — Flight breakfast — a big day with 160 fly-in planes on field from all over the mid-west; D. M. Andrew, Marathon, Fla., landed enroute home in Bonanza; Monthei Air Service, Jefferson, TaylorcrafU landed. Aug. 13 — Lyle French, Peterson, landed in Stinson; National Guard L-19 from Boone landed on way home from Camp Ripley, Minn.; Tonelli Art Studio, Omaha, Bellanca flew-in; Monthei Taylorcraft from Jefferson landed. Aug. 14 — Emil Brenneman, Iowa City, flew-in with Cub; H. E. Chambers, Dubuque, landed in Cessna 140; Roy Christman, Wagner, S. D., came in with Super Cruiser. Aug. 15. — Ray Taylor, Titonka, came'in with Aeronca; Bob Knutson, Fort Dodge, landed in Stinson; Marie Anderson, Montevideo, Minn., flew-in with Cessna 140. Aug. 18 — Robert Fridley, Indianola, landed in Cub. Aug. 17 •— Merle Humphrey, Webster City, flew-in with Cessna 140. Aug. 18—Fly-ins included Des Moines Flying Service, charter, twin-engine Piper Apache; Ben •Ne^erhauser, Marshalltown, Tri- Pac'er; Ed JC,eleher, Perry, Cessna 140; and Tom IJulme, Grand Island, Neb!, Cub. Aug. 18—Fy-ins were: Bublitz Machinery Co., Kansas City, Cessna 180; A. L. Zingg, Leland, P-A12 Super Cruiser; a Stinson from Osage; F. W. Kopsi, Webster City, Beech Bonanza; Austin Flying Service, Austin, Minn.; Nav- ion; Art Hill, Fort Dodge, Taylor- craft; Robert Storz, Omaha, Aero- Commander. Aug. 21—Fly-ins included Sgt. Shocker, Omaha, Aeronca; R. C. Groom, Ireton, Stinson; and Marie Anderson, Montevideo, Minn., Cessna 140. Aug. 23—Jack Hawn, Jefferson, arrived in Taylorcraft. FISH Wayne and Bryan Cramer, of Kamrar, caught a 11-pound northern at Clear Lake recently, but not with hook iind line. The big fish swam into the propeller of an inboard motor, stunning him. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS .'. .What would YOU do it somebody gave you a Grand Champion baby beef—on the hoof? . That's the problem members 01 the Algona Lions Club, wrestler with.at-their Tuesday noon luncheon -meeting—and ideas on how to convert 1,000 pounds of prime beef into money flew thick and fast. • , . • The blue ribbon animal, raised by James Bierstedt of Whittemore, and' bought at the Kossuth County Fair livestock auction by the Sto'rz Brewing Company of Omaha -for the record price of $830, was given-to the Lions with ,the stipulation .that one-half the proceeds from sale of the animal go to St. Ann hospital, and the other half go to help defray expenses of the club's annual Halloween, party. ...,..'.. Not ever haying had a bab> beef laid in their laps before, club members grappled with the problem at their 'meeting. Ted Chris- chilles, club president, outlined the scope of the problem, and then threw the discussion open. Someone suggested a "raffle", but Lou Nitchals stomped on that idea. Don Hemmingsen suggested selling it "live weight", but couldn't at the moment, come, up with the name of a hopeful customer. Bob LaBarre offered the thought of selling it to the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City, but that one laid an egg. Finally a committee was appointed—Herb Hedlund, Dave Smith, Leo Cassel, and Chrischilles—to decide what to do. After a long tussle, this group decided on a public auction of the beef—in pieces. The auction wil' be held Friday evening, Sept. 2, on downtown State street in Algona, with everybody from miles around invited to attend and bid for filet mignon, sirloin, round roasts, quarters, even hamburger. The proceeds will be divided equally between St. Ann and the Lions Halloween party Meanwhile, all unknowing, (lie champion animal .is being eared for and kept in condition at the sale barn by Dale Yungeberg, who will cry the auction. Goecke Lockers will do the butchering. Lions members will at the proper lime tote the choice beef packages to the auction site. And the public, they hope,' will do the rest. The local Lions say it was a wonderful gift, and they are greatly appreciative. A little like getting "hold of a bull by the tail* ! jj,BylMrlfvictor Fitch ! J .Lm . .. U i —^.. ^. ^^ ...jJJ. ( ' Mr and jjljThs E. L. Diqkmeyer, Have been enjoying a Visit from their sons and families, Mr and Mrs Ordel Dickmeyer and family df Seattle, Wash, find Mr and Mrs I^ale DieknieyEr ; of i Des Moine|. • Mr &ld 'Mrsi Villas Phelps ;and family of Haytun, Colo, arrivccl last Tuesday for a week's visit at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. ' < • I Mr and Mrs Will Anderson spent Thursday and Friday at'the home .of Mr and Mrs Levant Moore. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch visited Saturday, evening at the Earl Cushm'an home. Mr and Mrs George Moore and boys of Maquoketa, Iowa; Mr and' Mrs Claire Moore of Dolliver; Mr and Mrs,Mervin Brtstovv and family of Irvington; .Mr and Mrs Levant Mbortr and "family; Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and Mr and VIrs Paul krominga attended the family gathering at the Bernard ind Charles Phelps home in honor of Mr and Mrs Willis Phelps' ano 'amily who are visiting here. Mrs Minnie Larson and Vclma were afternoon callers. John Hike also called to visit, the Moore boys.,. Mr and Mrs Dwight Potter of Hmmetsburg attended the funeral Thursday afternoon of Bob Cog- Thursday, August 25, 1955 * Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 dill. Mrs Jessie Schmidt and Dur- Wrt>d t t'rfvtta HhWfifttf get) Mr" And Mrs Rny Fitch for the wedding a .week ago. Sunday night, of M.iss IJelorls'StHtz, daughter of Mr and •Mrs P'orbul' Stiltzf '0f LuVerne. Mrs /George JohVisftrt . also ac- pOnipariik'fl them's ' ;' ' ! i Mr-ami Mrs Sirn'Hnagi-of Rhcl- tlbn. Iowa were Sunday ,• supper guests tU the Jesse TInrms home. They were jilsn Knndiiy ovening eallurs nt tin; Victor Fitch's. Mr Clyde Monro, ijnd, family visited Sunday* cvniriiifj ;it UK.: Victor Fitch home. Thoy just returned from ;i visit with relatives in Illinois and down to Arkansas to visit Mr and Mrs De;tn Steven, and little son. Mr.s Steven is the former Donna Moore. RABID \\5hile working with a sle-lassel- ing crew, Betty Dullmati was a^tacked by a rnbid fox. Tho ani- mnl then charged Kklon H^nrt- ricks, who was carrying a shotgun but didn't have time to fire. Hi used the woapon t" club the- fox to death. Miss Dallman is now taking anti-rabies shots. UNHURT Ernest James of Buffalo Center escaped with only minor cuts when his automobile skiddo^ im turned completely over. Every piece of giuss in the car was broken. Robert Morris and Haym Salomon helped linance the American Revolution. 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