Mr aftd Mrs Clan- Thomas had tlr « uesls »n Saturdnv. M? vne S " B " nn " tt of E ' sth «'— o — Mr and Mrs N.,A>,Besi and wins. Jim and John spent the in their trailer at Lake o — . Herbal Mr J'lid Mrs Jack Chrisehilles Kn/" * PCkeml ' al Lilkp Mrs Russell Thorpe of Aurora, I1J. is visiting here with her par• ents, Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien. am- us the. former Joyce O'Brien. Mr and Mrs 'charles McVay returned ! H st Wednesday from an right week's business trip to Bill- irms and other points in Montana. —o— Mr and Mrs Russell Buchanan nnd Kathy and Scott spent from Thursday until Sunday of last week at Lake Okoboji. —o— Alpha Psi Chapter of Bela Sigma Phi held a hayride party and wiener roast Tuesday evening. Mrs Harley Haas "was in charge of arrangements. —o— John Spencer wen! lo Des Monies on Monday to undergo a cheek-up at Veteran's hospital He,V.MS expected to return in a day or two. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and three sons spent the weekend at their cottage at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy and family were guest;;. 0 Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and daughter. Karen, returned Sun- dav from a vacation trip to Wisconsin and points along the Mississippi river. Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher had as their overnight guests Monday. Mr and Mrs Uno Maki o : Muskegon. Mich. The Fishers formerly lived in Muskegon. Linda Smith, Judy Cowan, Pal Ferris. Mrs Jerry Ferris arid Mrs Claude Single went to Mason rity on Tuesday to attend n golf demonstration by Patty Berg at the Mason City Country Club. n , rul Mr and Mrs MiHon Dahl spenJ Sunday at Fairmont, Minn, with Mrs Dahi's son-in-law and daughter. Mr ;md Mrs Merle Pratt. The Pratt Mins. Bob and John returned h<>nu> after a week'.- visit hfre. —o— Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane have ,-.s their guest. Mrs Lane's mo, ther, Mrs Nellie Harvey of Manchester. Mrs Harvey was brought here from Dawson, Minn, by'her grandson after a visit there. Mr* Jack Limbaugh and Mrs Jerry Lewis were hostesses at a coffee Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Limbaugh for Mr.-John Mitchell who is visiting here from Sharon. Mass. Guests were former neighbors when the Mitchells lived in Algona. Mr and Mrs M. L. Honsbruch went to Aurelia, Iowa on Wednesday to attend the Farmer's Picnic, the annual celehr;Mion 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 he,art rendition has improved but it will be some time before he can resume work. Plane 'Just Like IkeV Lands Here A plane just like Ike's! Pictured above is the $125,000 Aero ommander 560, owned by the Slorz Brewing Co. of Omaha, which brought Robert Hart Slorz, general sales manager of the firm, his son bteven, age 5, and other representatives of the company here f or the Kossuth Fair auction of 4-H livestock. The Storx Brewing .o. purchased the grand champion, then donated it to the Algona Lions Club, who in turn will use proroeds 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 land< cl. including a Lions Club delegation, the Slorz representatives, and othei? interested in inspecting th plan that is "just like 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 t At Your Grocer's firm setting a new all-time high for a baby beef at auction'here. Thud from the left us Jim Bier- -tedt 18, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Bicrslcdt of Whittcmore. who raised the animal. At the right s red Ch:ischrllcs. president of the Algona Lions Club. fail.' Portland Twp. ; ; By MjrsV Victor Fitch . Mr and. Mrs E. L. D.iekrheyer have been enjoying a visit from their sons and families, Mr and Mrs Ordel Dickmeyor and family of Seattle, Wash, and Mr and Mrs Dale Dickmeyer of Des Moinc-.* 1 Mr and Mrs Willis Phelps and family of Haytun, Colo, arrived last Tuesday for a week's visit at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and -Mrs Will Anderson spent Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs Levant. Moore. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch visitrri Saturday evening at the Ear: Cushman home. Mr and Mrs George Moore and boys of Maquoketa. Iowa; Mr and Mrs Claire Moore of Dolliver: Mr and Mrs Mervin Bristow and. family of Irvington; Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family: Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps am! Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga attended the family gathering at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home in honor of Mr and Mrs Willis Phelps ant* family who are visiting here. Mrs Minnie Larsen and Velma were afternoon callers. John Rike also called to visit the Moore boys. Mr and Mrs Dwi^ht, Potter ot Emmetsburg attended the funeral Thursday afternoon of Bob Cog- Thursday, Angus! 25, 1955 AFgono (to.) Upper De* Mo!n«-3 dill. " i Airs Jessie SelyniicU and Dur- won f | c;ime down' tit t»ef Mr and Mrs Ray F'itch for the- wedding a week ago Sunday night, of Mis.-- DHoris Stiltz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Forbus Stilt/ of Lu Verne. Mrs George Johnson also accompanied them 1 '. Mr ;inrl Mrs Sam Haas* of Sheldon. Iowa were Sunday .-upper i'li'-vls at the Jf.'s?r Harms ho'iif. T;v •. were al:-o Sunday fvinni 1 < all.-rs nt the Victor Fitch's. Mr C!yr!'' Mom-!' lind. family vi i'.fd Sunday "vc-nins! at th* Vi'-t'ir Fitch hoine. They .just returned from n vi'-it with i ehitivo••• in Illinois and down to Arkansas to visit Mr and Mrs Dean Steven. and little son. Mrs St< vi-n is ihi. t'jr.T.er Dunn;i ?vloor". RABID While working with :i r!c-!assr-l- iiiL' crew. Betty Dallman was attacked by <'i rabid t'-i.x. Th" am- j rr:al thr-fi char'iod KMon Hep, 1- rieks, who was: rarryim; a shotgun but didn't have time ;•> fire, i: used the weapon '•< Hull the fnv to denth. Miss Dallman is r.o-.y taking anti-rabies sin's. UNHURT Ernest .In me? of Buffalo Center escaped with only minor cuts when his automobile •-•kidoV"'' ••> r: H turned completely over. Every piece of .mass m the tar svas broken. Robert Morris and Haym Salomon helped finance the American Revolution. QUALITY JOB PRINTING All Kinds Any Size Order Prompt Delivery Right Prices ! Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algona Mr and Mrs W. C. Fassbender and two children have moved to an apartment on South Minnesota street. They have been hving at Fort Dodge and* Mr Fassbender is now employed at Kossuth Motors. Until living quarters were available they visited Mr Fassbender's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Wmtemore. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins spent a recent weekend at Clear Lake attending a reunion of the Hospital Unit m which Mr Hopkins served during World War II. Fourteen men and their wives were present. The Hopkins daughters visited their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Wilmer Wich- tenduhl near Fenton during their parent's absence. —o— 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 lu;re Monday from Good Thunder, Minn. They have rented the Lewis McEnroe house on Harlan street. Mr McGraw is manager of the Botsford Lumber Co. and held a similar position at Good Thunder. They are former Algonans having moved away from here about two years ago. —0— Harry Hargreaves came home Saturday on a 28 day leave from Veteran's hospital in Des Moines. 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. Mr and Mrs Russell Rent* and family spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs John Mitchell and sons, Charles a'n.d Jon, daughter, Nita, Mrs Earl Loss and her son of Sharon, Mass, and another daughter, Nan, Mrs Ray Parker, of Wapello, Mass, arrived last Tuesday for a visit with friends and relatives here and at Fort Dodge. They are all former Algonans. On Sunday they were dinner guests pf Mr and Mrs Jerry Lewis. Mrs 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 find Means, Mrs David Smith. Mrs Marvin Calhoun, Mrs Rex Vioyles: Service, Mrs Tom Sampson: Calling. Mrs Ray Johnson, Barbara Haggard, Mrs Turn 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, Taylorcraft 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, Bellanea flew-in; Monthei Tuylorcraft 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. ^ug. 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. 16 — Robert Fridley, Indianola, landed in Cub. Aug. 17 —• Merle Humphrey, Webster City, flew-in with Cessna 140. Aug. 18—Fly-ins included De$ Moines Flying Service, charter, twin-engine Piper Apache; Ben; Nederha'user. Marshalltown, Tri- • Pacer; Ed Keleher, Perry, Cessna HO; and Tom jiulme, .Grand Island, Neb., Cub. i, j Aug. 19—Fy-ins were: 'Bublitz Machinery Co., Kansas City, Cessna 180; A. L. Zinge. Leland. P-A12 Super Cruisei; a St-n-on from Osage; F. W. Kopsi. V,\ bster City, Beech Bonanza; Au>tm Kly- ing Service. Austin. Minn.- Xav- ion; Art Hill. Fort Dodge. T;,y!,ir- craft; Robert Storz, Om;:hu. Acio- Commander. Aug. 21—Fly-ins included S-t. Shocker, Omaha, Aeronca; R. C. Groom, Ireton, Stinson: nn.1 M.r.-io Anderson. Montevideo, Minn Cessna 140. Aug. 23—Jack Hawn. Jc-f.Vr- son, arrived in Taylorcr:;ft. FISH Wayne and Bryan Crame Kamrar. caught a'l 1-pound n- ern at Clear Lake recently, not with hook and line. Tlu fish swam into tho propel].' an inboard motor, stunning WANT ADS BRING RESULTS V.'hat would YOU do if some- b'"iy t'cive you a Grand Champioi, baby beef—on the hoof? I^iat':- the problem members of t'v Altjuna Lions Club wrestle,! wrh at their Tuesday noon lunch<"n i:v>eting—and ideas on how t • ^invert 1,000 pounds of prime b-.-i-! int.-j money flew thick ana Thi blue ribbon animal, raised I.'-' Jair.es Bierstedl of Whitte- rr '••:<:•. and bought at the Kossuth Ci'im'y Fair livestock auction by (:':• Storx Brewing Company of O_'.n;:ha for the record price of S'S3". was given to the Lions with the- stipulation that one-half the PI "Ci. >'(.!s from salt- of the unima'. g'\ ;•') St. Ann hospital, and tin <•''".(.•<: half go to help defray cx- p'-n-i'S i-f the club's annual Hal- l..w,^-n party. N\>t ever having had a babv t-- - : laid in their laps before, club r; --n;b(jrs grappled with the prob- l'.'r. r.t their meeting. Ted Chris- c.'-.-.ik-s. club president, outlined t.'.i- scope of the problem, and t''n threw the discussion opr-n. S-'.-neone suggested a "raffle", but I. a Nitchals stomped on that l::'a. Don Heinmingsen suggested selling it "live weight", but couldn't at trie moment come up with the name of a hopeful customer. Bob LaBarre offered the thought of selling it to the Waldorf-Astoria hole! in New York City, but that one laid an egg. Finally a committee was appointed—Herb HeJlu/id. Dave Smith, Leo Cassel. and Chrisehilles—to decide what to do. After a Inns; tussle, this group decided on a public auction of the beef—in pieces. The auction will he held Friday evening, Sept. 2. on downtown State street in Al- P>na, with evt-rybudy from miles >.round invited to attend and bid !<>r 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, the champion animal is being cared tor and kept in condition at the -ale barn by Dale Yungeberg, who will cry the auction. Goecke Lockers will do the butchering. Lions, members will at the proper t:me tote the choice beef packages 1" the auction site. And the pub!.'.', they hope, will do the rest. The local Lions say it was a wonderful gift, and they are _: .'ally appreciative. A little like u.'tting "hold of a bull by the Friday & Saturday Special STORZ CANS 6-Pack REG. BOTTIES Case - 3.56 Bid For Beef Steaks ! Noi a bad idea . . . holding an auction of the Champion Baby Beef that was given to the Lions Club by Mr. Storx. Half of the proceeds will go to St. Ann hospital: half to Lion$ Haljoween party. The date: Friday nite, Sept. 2. The place: State street. You can bid on prime steaks, roasts, sirloins, etc. elc.. and lake 'em home. Be a bidder at the "Beef Steak Auction!" Barry's Recreation BEVERAGE HEADQUARTERS It's here! BELGIMERE Belpimere i? the amazing new sweater that has everything —full fashioning..^ luxuriously soft finish .. .gorgeous colors... beautiful fit. 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