The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 19
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£Ve/yr» It SSh'l much of a story when ,a srfiall child'travels-with mom or dad, but-When a fifteeri mqnths diktat is iaken a<gopd many miles attotwKiJajents refnam at home— wW*that!s a tale.-: ? Little* Dtiane Salbiti,- son of Mr and Mrs DWight SSWn of , Des • Moines, '• was Brought here by John • Reid to |t the/child's grandparents, Mr DAVIS Unbreakable s Polyethylene. SUPER BOWl Limit 1 to 4 Customer Fr!., Sot., and'Monday You will find dozens of uses around the .home for this big 4 Yi opart All Purpose Bowl. Mode of extra-heavy "squeeze- bottle" plastic—coh't rust or Jjreak. Over 3" deep, 12" in diameter. Just right for washing 'dishes, for nursery or sick room use, for mixing salads, batters, dough, etc. Not affected by scalding hot water. Assorted colors. Why pay a dollar or'more for a bowl like this? Get yours for only 57c. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amon Your Big Com Yields S££ ME NOW ' Aafon Steussy Algona ' R. I. Mawdsley Algona C. L. Bailey Algona Eugene Kollasch Bode Harold Jones Swea City T. O. Johnson Swea City Wm. Martinek 'Wesley Walter Vaudt Whittemore and Mrs C. C. Adams and Mr and Mrs . Harry .Sabin, most of the time being with the Adams. Little Dusne was brought here so his § arents could attend the Iowa tate .fair unhamfJered. Mr and Mrs Adams took him back to Des Moines, Sunday and will remain for a visit and they too will «t- tend the fair. Grandma Adams reports he has been SUCH a gofld baby all during the visit. * • " \ ' * ' When 1 called a friend the other day I could hear her clock ticking away merrily and lustily. I remarked about it and she replied, "That clock- got mo in trouble once. I was curious to know* Who. was on my line and one'day when I took the receiver dowrt, I listerted in, not with the idea of being nosey, but in hopes a name would be spoken whereby I could know who shared my line. I was surprised to hear one 'Woman say, "Well, I hop£ she's getting an ear-full. I can hear her clock." I hung up in a hurry," my friend added.* , * * Ada Malueg has more troubles taking spills lin her house—1 time in the basement and a few times in other places. Just a short time ago she fell again, injuring a leg which has given her an undue amount of. trouble. She. had phlebitis in it some time ago and with inpaired circulation, this leg lets her down every now and then. « » * This works nicely on a hot day, A spray of water from the garden hose is most welcome no ni&t- ter how young the sprayer >is. Little Joe Bestenlehner, less than two years old son of Mr and Mrs William Rsstenlehner gets a raw deal from his brother and sisters. If he gets in 1 their way and they think he needs to be placed out of harms way, they put him in his play; pen. The other day ne was in "isolation" but was neai enough to the garden hose to reach out and get it. He turned the hose on his "devoted" relatives thereby getting "even" 'for indi-. gnities suffered at their hands, * • * • Mr and Mrs Hallard Shyder were at Chicago not long ago and visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Darl Snyder. While in the city they fiad the interesting experience of going aboard the captured German submarine U505, The' machinery was running which is done at periods, and.'it was a novel experience. The L. E. Hoveys vacationed al Grand Marais, north of Duluth, Minn., and found it a delightfully cool spot. 'Mrs Hotfey wishes she could have bottled up some of the cool air for use here. # * * My cousin, Edwin Cady, huffs and puffs in Houston 11 months of the year and when vacation time rolls around he comes up here to get cool. This year the weather played a mean trirk on him and it was so hot we didn't do much but sit in'front of the fan and drink cokes. There was one nice day—Monday when he went to. Mason City. He had a fine airplane trip to State College, Pa. where he and his wife, Mayme, visited the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Leonard Rubinstein and ten months old Joshua. Leonard is the one who wrote "The Battle Done." Edwin is all for air travel. They left Houston at 8 a.m. and were at State Coljegc at 10 that evening with a few stops, one at Atlanta. Arpn't we living in a wonderful age? « « • How rig(ji is Mrs W. A. Hardy who said, "One works hard be- foro a vacation, getting ready for' it und harder when, one gets home to get- things cleaned up." •f * V Now here are the right kind of .. VICTOR TREASURE CHEST f VALUABLE PAPERS ARE ALWAYS HW1 ALWAYS PROTECTED ,/ , THIS TSPAYI UPPER PUB. CO. OFFICE SUPPtY 0EPT- II 00 men! Leo Heinen, Parcy Atkinson and Otto Westling prepared their ovyn picnic slipper the oth'er night —food, service afid' all., Wonder' What they were trying to prove, and wonder if they 'ate it all themselves or had the women in just to prove what men can do. . * *. *' "In spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to love"—-and it ish't only in the spring. It takes in all four seasons. I Won't give away my "paper boy" but this is too cttte to keep. I have a pic j ture of'Dorothy 1 Hagg, a very attractive young lady and when the lad collected the other day he said, "Oh.I know that girl, she clerks at Rovn's." I agreed, with him that she did but was'to be there only till September when she will resume her studies at the Iowa' State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. He remarked how pretty she is', and I agreed enr thusiastically, I said, "And .1 know what you're thinking. Ybu're wishing you -Were old enpOgh to date her." To which he replied with giggle. " '. • « *'' * There's good fish in "them thar" waters around here, for Carl Hansen caught three nice North- erns. Gocd size, for they were served to guests, seven persons'in all, and there was plenty to go around. * *' * . Never let it be said that towa lags when it comes to good soil for production of most anything. The melon seeds Lizzie Post brought .from Houston last June when we came home from there, and planted at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Zittritsch have blpsspmed and now melons are foj-ming. I hope the youngsters don't read this and raid the' patch. -* .;- * * . . The "Three Muskaleers" "Hazel Liisby' Lizzie Post and I) plan to talte off Wednesday on one of our trips. This time we head east and north to Nashua to see the "Little Brown Church", to Festine and Postville to see the clocks and smallest church in the world, to. La Crosss. "to see 'Villa Louis, thence to the Dells of Wisconsin. A.trip via boat to the upper Dells,, then down the Illinois side of the Mississippi to Moline, across to Davenport, home' via Amana where we. plan to have dinner as we did once before and found the food so delicious, thence home. We will call on the Raymon Henrys at Moline and visit the A. L. Longs Sunday and Monday at Davenport. That will keep us 'off highways Labor Day weekend. Oh for cool weather while we are vacationing. '« * »'•.... ,Now to wind up June, 1906— J; M. Moore of Union towns_hip arrived home Thursday Corning from Tipton,, where he had gone to attend the funeral of a friend. (Mr Moore was father of Marc and Marguerite Gardner et al.)— Clarence Paine, who-has been.a» student of the civil ''et^gineerifig department at Ames the past year, has been visiting at the home of his brother Geoi-ge, in Algona—Mrs J. McEnroe was at Fort Dodge last week to attend the graduation exercises of Tobin QollegS. Mrs McEnroe's daughter, Leonora, was one of the graduates.—Mrs S. A. Thompson, Miss Ella Thompson and Mrs Eccles LivewareElevator Host ;-:••!; "-«'.,,.«:•< w i-v.^-'i' - : ; , .. . .. f a IQIktinnual Meeting Liv.ermof e— The Farmers Co* Operative Elevator Company held its annual' meeting at .the Legion hall on Monday evening, Aug. 15. A gVoup of about 7,0 were.pre' sent an<j discussed the operations of the Elevator during the past fiscal year. DUririg. the past year the elevator 1 has b.een refinished with metal sheeting and an 88,000 bu'shel capacity quofiset has re? cently been; constructed foY stor* age." ". ' ' : •'.'•'•'• Julius Becker was elected to the! board of directors replacing Harold Frederick. The other members of the.board are Carl Swart" son, president; Louis Behounek, secretary and treasurer; Pete* Bormann and Robert Bormann, Vernon Fiderlick is the manager, '.At the close of the meeting a smorgasbord was served in the basement of the Legion Hall by Mesdames Carl Swanson, Louis Behounek, Peter Bormann, Robert Bormann, Harold Frederick, and Vernon Fiderlick. Free Bingo was played and prizes with a total value of ,$75 were awarded the winners. Gronbach Reunion The Gronbach family reunion was Sunday, Aug. 21, West Bend. A', picnic dinner was served at noon. Those present were Mr and Mrs Frank Grpnbac.h, LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs"Earl / Gronbach and family of LuVerne; Mrs Freda* Steussy, Mr 'and Mrs Mike Loss and Mr and Mrs Lyle Roney and family of Algona; Mr and Mrs Gerald Steussy and family of Ft. Dodge; Mr and -Mrs Howard Hoffmann ! of Humboldt; Fritz Schuenke .of Red ' River" Falls, Wis.; Mr and, Mrs Frank Hoffmann, Mr and Mrs Donald Clark and family, Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger, Mr and Mrs ATJI Vaudt'and'Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Harry Rutz and family,,Mr ana Mrs Herman Gronbach, Mr and Mrs Harold Gronbach and family, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Gronbach and family, Mr and Mrs Dick Cran and family, Mr and Mrs Allen Sinclair and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Mary Melavin, Mr and Mrs Marvin Gronbach, Mr • and Mrs Robert Gronbach, Mrs Dolores Christensen and family all df Livermore. Mrs Anna Welter was hostess to the Just For Fun Club members Wednesday afternoon. High prize at bridge- went to Anna Altman, consolation, to Mrs'Fran- 'cis Murphy, and traveling prize gave a party , to some of their lady friends at the home of the former. Mr and 'Mrs W. H. -Dif- fe>p,baugh df Freeport are here for ' S few days as guests of Dr. and Mrs Charles Sheetz'.'—Mrs Dr. Bigelpw of Owatonna is visiting her sister, Mrs S. A. Thompson— Mrs D. A. Wallace is visiting friends in .Wisconsin. — Harvey Ingham and wife and son, Hepburn, left Des Moines yesterday for an eastern trip. ' » * • Au revior lill I'm back home. to Mrs Elmer Gronbach. Mrs Anna Berte entertained a few ladies at a Sambo party at her home Wednesday evening. There was a Sweeney family reunion Thursday evening at the home of Pete and Florence Sweeney in honor of Charles Sweeney and daughter Kathleen, and sons Detroit, and Richard, i Dayid Mich. ; Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou returned Tuesday from Tucson, 'Alriz., where they Visited Mrs Cayou's sister, Mrs Fred Falb, and family. Mr and Mrs Cayou are making plans for building a new home in Tucson in the near future. Josephine Wiedemeyer ( entertained relatives from Carrol a: dinner Wednesday at her home at the Catholic parsonage. They were • enroute from Carroll to Bancroft where they went to attend a ball game between Carroll and Bancroft. Mrs Tommy Kissinger entertained the Women's Society of the Presbyterian Church at her farm home Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ed. Klein and family of Orleans, La. were Saturday evening supper guests at the Raymond Berte home. Pete Sweeney and Pete Allman Spent Wednesday attending the rodeo in Sidney. Mr and Mrs Jack Sykes spent the weekend fishing in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Chester Ogan were in Des Moines Sunday where they went to attend the graduation of their daughter, Mrs Jacobson. Florence Sweeney is having a vacation from her duties at the Livermore State Bank. She is spending it visiting her sister, Mrs Jack" Scott, in Humbodt. There was a picnic supper Thursday evening at the Waynp Vaudt home in honor of the birthday of Mr Vaudt. Those present included Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn, Mr a»d Mrs Raymond Berte and family of near LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs John Zeimet. Mrs Frank Sprong received word .that her son-in-law, Gler» Hughes is in a St. Louis, Mo. hospital suffering from an injury he received while working on the railroad. He is a brother of Link Hughes of Livermore. Dinner guests Sunday at the Charles Claus home were Mr and Mrs Francis McLaughlin and son. of Fonda and Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding and family of near St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Herman Hansen and family and Mr and Mrs FF.e,d Gugisvsrg of Renwick 'went to Swea City Sunday to attend the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ivan Rasmussen. Mr Rasmussen is Mrs Hansens' brother. Mr and Mrs Dick Spear and family of Lakota were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Leslie Jensen. Mrs Jim Poole of Alameda, Cal. OVER 2,000 NOW IN USE ON . NORTH IOWA FARMS . ii" NORTON HOG FEEDER You, Mr. Farmer, should not be without this profit-making self-feeder if you want to get the most out of your hog operation. Here, al F. S. Norton & Son. Algona. you can secure these profitable feeders, delivered to your site, ready for use, the moment they are set down. ' Vou can, in fact, order the Norton Hog Feeder by telephone or mail, if you so desire. These feeders have been tested over a period of several years, right on the farms where they are used. The design is right — the materials are sound — the workmanship is solid. And prices for these buildings, needless to say, are exceptionally reasonable. Don't Delay . . . Order Your Norton Hog Feeder NOW! Some farmers have as many as 'three Norton Hog Feeders on their farm. There is a reason. Investigation reveals that hogs are working at these feeders day and night. That means shorter finishing periods, less cost, and greater profits. If you are a hog raiser, here is an item that will help you doj a better job. CONSTRUCTION I .visited,, last week with Mrs Edw. Hansen. They' were classmates at the 'Bode High School. Raymond Gales Jr.* who is attending a radio • and television school in Des Moines, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Gales Sr. Mrs Harry Clark went to Aurora, 111. to attend the funeral services Of the mother of Mrs Clark's sister-in-law, Mrs Millard' Meise. Sharon and Joy Marso of Hum- bpldt spent a few days last week visiting their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry Monson. Sister Marceleta of Dubuque spent the day Sunday with net father, Benedict Gisch. There was a family reunion Sunday at the Gisch home in honor of Sister Marceleta. Those present included Mr and Mrs Clarence Eisenbarth and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimst and family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins and family of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Andrew Gisch arid family of West Thursday, Sept. 1, 19S5 Algontt (lt».) Upper PM Moinss-S Booker T. ^Washiflgton, the negro' educatdf, wis* 'erftertained at a luncheon in< the White House by President TfidbSpre; Roosevelt, on October 18, 1901'. " Bend; Mr and Mrs R»y Neu- wroth of West Bend. the "Great Fire of London" was in 1666. • Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. Two New Model Homes will be open for 1C SHOWING on Saturday & Sunday Sept. 10 & 11 _ *. , at 814 & 804 South Harriet St. in Algona WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK! Elead M. Wegnei . It9. CONTRACTOR Streamhte Samsonite Luggage • ..'•,. is strongest.'..lasts, longest! \ Samsonite luggage passes every test with honors. It's strbhg enough to stand on. Carries more cloth'es in less space, wrinkle free. And two pieces cost less than you'd expect to pay for one of such fine quality luggage. We have it in 6 "better-than-leather" finishes that defy wear, wipe clean with a damp cloth. smartest back-to- schoolmates! MEN'S CASES V.I.P. Case $19.50 Journeyer $27.50 Quick Tripper $19.50 WOMEN'S CASES Train Caw $17.50 21"Q'Nite $19.50 Wardrobe $25.00 ell price* plui •«l»tiftj) I4»«| d l- u ii FUlRNITURE CO.- SWW^« rL W#-*J 1 ^t.Jl-^-!' u f*-** ) * L j'M!*^^*j»'#KjS*™ 7 * ~; .Vi*;:- - " ESTABLISHED 1925

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