The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 29
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LOCALS J. F. Milder attended an L. P. i;;is convention nl Lake Okoboji Friday and Saturday. Mr and Mrs J. F." Milder were visited hist week Monaay and Tuesday by Dr. and Mrs P. J. Stitzel, of Marion. Mr and Mrs J. B. Asa and Mr and Mrs Clint Lighter rt'turn- (d Monday from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. While Mrs Louis Lynk was on vacation from the Muckey plumbing shop. Mrs Lloyd Muckey substituted for her in the office. Lonita Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding is leaving Thursday lo resume her studies at St. Catherine College St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Bud Morck Jr., have purchased the Lowell Smith home on north Phillips street. The Smiths arr building a now home near the Richard McAlpin- is. Dale Kern, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern has been discharged from service in the air corps and is now enrolled at the Iowa Slate college. Ames. lh- had been at Victorvillc, Calif. Dr and Mrs John Schutte'r have had as guests the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Rugen, of Clearwater, Fla., and her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Henry Mel/. IT. of Glenview, 111. Mrs Hazel Lusby has had as visitors Mr and Mrs Vernon C'arr. at Iinyokern, Calif., who are visiting Mrs Carr's brother and sis- ti r-m-l.'iw. Mr and Mrs Robert Gaffney at Irvington. Mrs Segrid Kohlhaas has been visited by her sister Mrs Lyle Kills of liaitfurd. Conn., the past it w months. Dr. Ellis came last wei.-k Tuesday to join his wife and they returned home Monday. Mrs William Songbusch has re turned from lov a City where she •.en via .-in ambulance scv- •ek.s ,<KO. She is somewhat fd from an eye- condition '.• arthritis is about the Mf and Mfi Glair* Siewari were visited over the weekend by Ihe lalter's cousins, Mr and Mrs Walter Dixson, of Savannah, 111. Mr and Mrs Waller Stevens spent the weekend at Des Moines with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Merle Cooper. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Courtney spent Sunday at Behnond with friends. ' One hundred first grade children, six teachers and three drivers look a Irip to the Hugh Black farm Monday, they were shown about the buildings and introduced .to the cows on his large dairy farm. Mrs Violet Goeders came from Mason City this week for a visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Carl Hutchins. She and her late husband Tony Goeders and family lived here a number of years ago. Mr and Mrs Clem Cavanaugh had as dinner guests Sunday the former's mother, Mrs Bridget Cavanaugh, Mr and Mrs Marcus Cavanaugh, Mr and Mrs Charles Foster and Mr and Mrs George Halverson, of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs James Burns are leaving this week for Marinette, Wis.. to visit their son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs James Burns Jr. They plan to stop at La Crosse and Prairie du Chein. Wis., enroute home at McGregor. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel were visited Friday and Saturday by Robert Stuck i and a friend of Upper Sanclusky, Ohio. The men had been on a hunting and fishing trip at Kenora. Can., and weire enrouU' home. The Rev. O. Leonard Nelson, pastor of the First Lutheran church will be in Red Wing, Minnesota to take part in the centennial celebration of the First Lutheran church there. He will be a speaker. Mrs Norman Hanevick has spent the last two weeks with her parents. Mr and Mrs Milo Kent/, while her husband looked for an apartrneni at St. Paul, Mini; Saturday they will move there. Mr Hanevick is employed at the Ford garage at St. Paul. Mf and Mrs Harvey Sle?«n drove to LuVerne, Sunday. The previous Sunday they spent the day at Garner with Mr Steven's brother-in-law and sisler, Mr and Mrs Harry Merriam. Mrs L. L. Snyder has returned from a three weeks visit in California. At Visalia she visited her tarolher-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs R. C. Tannell and at Santa Rosa she was with her mother, Mrs C. P. Schapp. Mrs Melvin Bay, Mrs Don Frederick, Mrs James Egli, Mrs Harold Sundel. and Mrs Willard Steffen drove to Des Moines Wednesday and were luncheon guests of Mrs John Burton, former resident here until a short time ago. Baptismal rites were held las! week Sunday at St. Cecelia's church for Kathy Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Roepke. Carol Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Winkel, Thomas Eugene, son of Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher. Dennie Harold, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Freidel. Roger Patrick, son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Alherton. Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughter Carol, of Columbia. Tenn., are moving to Mason City as soon as a suitable dwelling can be found. Mrs Abernathy is the former Buli Orion, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clark Orion". Mr Aberhathy is an employee of the telephone company and requested a transfer from the south to a northern location. He is already here and his wife and daughter will follow soon. A group of members of the Kossuth County Governors Council on Education met Monday evening, Sept. 26 with Leona Smith. At the conference meeting this time the discussion was on "Education to Meet the Needs of the Individual and Society". Those taking part were Mrs Lyle Raney, Betty Sehutler. Fein St'anton, FJ- ] la Zumach. Mr* E. J. Ev« rs and ' Leona Smith, of Alqona. Mrs Ray- I mond Carlson, of \Vcsley and Mrs ! Dale Weisbmd of Fenton. The i next meeting will be hi Id Mon-| day evening. Oct. 10 with Ftrnj Stanton. Mr and Mrs Claude Slagle «e leaving Friday for Milwaukee, Wis., where they will spend a few days with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Fred Kenl Sr. are being visited by Mr Kent's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Lewis Talakson, of China Lake, Calif. Mr and Mrs Claude While had as dinner guests Sunday the former's mother Mrs Ella White. Mrs Frank Lillie, of Linden and Mrs Carl Wild, of Saeo, Mont. Ella Thompson has returned from California where she visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson at La Jolla. She was gone two months. Mr and Mrs John Hammon left Monday for their home at New Orleans. La., following a visit with Mrs Mammon's mother, Mrs Carrie Haase and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor had Mr and Mrs Paul Morgan of Ames as guests Sunday. The Morgans are former residents when Mr Morgan was city engineer. Mr and -Mrs Walter Jensen have been visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs William Loveil. of Austin, Minn. They are former residents and Mr Lovell was block man of the Internalion- al Harvester Co. Mrs Edna Smith and daughter Leona weie visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Elmer Smilh, of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Ernest Smith, of Estherville. The entire group drove to the homes of Hugh and Belle Black for a visit. Mr and Mrs Bob McCullough have been visited by the latter's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs William Record, of Tucson. Ariz. A pait of their time has been spent at Corrcctionville with the parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Michaelson. They concluded the visit and leturned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Werner Slruecker and the lalter's mother. Mrs August Boll in ec r arc- being visited by Mr and Mrs Etv.il Bollinger. of Avoea. Wis. Ernil is a son of Mrs Bolhnger. The visitors. Mr and Mrs Struecker and Mrs Bollinger were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr and Mrs Ves Robinson, at Bancroft. Mrs Robinson is a sister of Mrs Struecker and Mr Bollinger. Insurance Rate Lowered Being Insurance rates for all drivers under age 2f> have now been lowered, it was announced this week by the Kicklefs Insurance Agency. A. J. Ricklefs said that lecnyi.i.s have shown that drivers under 25 are not as great a risk as indicated by insurance rates in the past and therefore some insurance companies hove lowered thr- rales. Now in effect, there is n-i charge for teenage female drivers: theie are lower rates for men drivers under 25; and there is no additional charge if cars are used fo.- business. In this latter cate- uoi v. insurance records show that the person using his car for iiu'-irifss is as safe a risk as non- bu-.incss users. gona Country Club. Mrs Luke Linnan. program chairman, Mrs Joe Bradley, and Mrs Robert Bickert have arranged a program which includes a talk on "Diseases of Women" by Dr. Daniel Bray and a dance program by Miss Mary Beth Sartor of Mason City. All women who are interested in St. Ann Hospital and would like to participate in the volunteer service of the auxiliary are cordially invited to attend Ihe luncheon. Reservations should be telephoned to Edna at the Country Club by Monday, Oct. 3. Graham Store Officials Here A group meeting of all north I<;vu Graham Dept. Store managers was held at the Algona Giaham store Wednesday atter- ne..if) ;, n ct evening. Managers fr<..n Bonne. Eldora. Iowa Falls. Hampton and Eagle Grove attended, with Brail Wright. Algona manager, as host. Executives of the company attending were R. E. Stewart, president, Charles Stewart. C. R. Swanson and R W. Dodd. St. Ann Auxiliary Luncheon Oct. 4 A membership of 500 is the fi"Hl at St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary, whose annual membership lunc.iei'n is scheduled for Tuesday. Oct. 4th at 1:30 at the Al- Andrew Opsal, 71, Rites Friday Swea & Eagle—Andrew Opsal, 71. died Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity Hospital, Estherville. from a stroke suffered two weeks ago while on a fishing trip at Willmar. Minn. Andrew Opsal was born Sept. Thursday, Sept. 29, 1955 Algona (la.) Uppef Dei Mdlfiii- 4, 1884, in Vikedal, Norway, and came to this country in his youth Mr and Mrs Opsal farmed in Swea township many years before retiring in Armstrong. Funeral services were held a' Nazareth Lutheran rhureh in Armstrong Friday with Rev. Ilar- luin Blockhus officiating. Burial was in the Armstrong Grovt cemetery. He is survived by his wife; one son. Harold of Swea City, ami one daughter, Mrs L. E. Mclnlire Armstrong. d Winner Of Trip A local service station opei John Hopkins, was honoroi cently by the; Standard Oil Cn. The company felccl John to ;:n all-expense paid lour to Chica-v and surrounding territory, including a trip lo a refinery at Whiting, Ind.. scene of a recent di.-a.-Irous fire. UDM Want Ads Bring Result* DIAMOND'S Sport Shirt R-I-O-TH Farms For Sale 160 A - Burt Township - Near Burt — Nice Laying Productive Land — Serviceable Bldgs. 80 A — Plum Creek Township — Near Algona — Nice Laying — Productive — No Bldgs. Except Crib. 80 A — Cresco Township — Good Serviceable Bldgs — Terms. 80 A — Prairie Township — No Bldgs. — Nice Level 80. PAUL M. SEELEY Phone 714 or 48 ALGONA, IA. vt 4) 3 "5 fr-H •o % -o o - 1 § DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE WELCOME, MUSICIANS, TO THE ALGONA BAND FESTIVAL! You'll Always Be Right In Step When You Shop Here!! Flame Tokay GRAPES Ib. Fancy Eatmore Cranberri' Sunkist Juice ORANGES 5 LB. BAG 59C MRS. TUCKER'S PURE VEG. 3 LBS. KRAFT (Get Second Bottle For Ic) DINTY MOORE LB. CAN MORRELL'S READY-TO-EAT PICNIC DECKER'S VALUE Sliced IB. 4-6 Lb. Average 35c LB. 29c SHORTENING ..Me I French Dressing Ik I BEEF STEW... J9c LOIN LB. NESTLE'S PKG. SHEDD'S SWEET PT. JAR HEINZ (New Pack) 2 BTLS. CHOC. CHIPS..We I Pickle Chips...We I Tomato Catsup.49c Pork Roast! 39c CHOICE LB. Hiland POTATO CHI REGULAR 59c BAG 49C Round Steak 69c HORMEL'S LB. LAKE VALLEY CHEESE ... 2 Ibs. 59c GLACIER CLUB Ice Cream Vi gal. 69c REG. PKG. I CHARMIN 4 ROLLS TOILET TISSUE ... 29c ASSD. COLORS LG. 400 COUNT KLEENEX . 3 bxs. 79c WIENERS All Meat 49c GOODRICH (IN HEAVY SYRUP) 5 CANS Elberta Peaches $1 VAN CAMP'S Grated Tuna 5 CANS si BEEF Q CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR LOCKER Fronts 29c Hinds 39c JACK SPRAT OLEOmargarine 5 LBS. si DUNCAN HiNES (White, Yellow, Choc ) CAKE MIX 4 PKGS. 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