The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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6-Algona (Id.) Upper DM Meln*« Tuesday, June 12, 1956 LOCAL-NOTES. Mf And Mrs Glenn Harms spent Sunday fishing at Lost Island. David C. Walker returned home from Loras college. Dubuque, for his summer vacation. Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet on Wednesday, June 13, at f! o'clock at the Moose hall. Mf and Mrs Russell Hardgrove FREE COUPON We'd like to have you at our guest for Algona Night at the LARAMAR BALLROOM Ft. Dodge SAT., JUNE 23 Dancing to the music of Bobby Lindeman ft Mis Orch. Just clip this coupon. It will admit one couple FREE. SAMMY KAYE Friday, June 15 drove to Lost Island. Sunday, for a picnic dinner and"spent the clay there also doing a little fishing. Mr and Mrs James Whittemore and family spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr and Mrs Don White. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg spent a few days last week at Minneapolis, where the former attended the auto show. Linda Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Lallier. was baptix.- ed last week Sunday in the St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Dr A. J. Eason and H. T. Butikofske left Sunday for several days of fishing at Lake Millc Lac. Mr and Mrs Adolph Hendrickson had as guests Sunday the latter's parents. Mr and Mrs Jergen Paulson, of Graettinger. Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson had Dr. and Mrs R. F. Snyder of Garner as dinner guests Thursday evening. Mrs Elsie Hansen was visited a few days last week by her sister, Mrs Marie Schanuke of Cedar Falls who concluded the visit Sunday. , ., Mrs A. J. Eason left Sunday with a group of Presbyterian girls for camp at Spirit Lake. She is counselor for the group and will be gone a week. Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg had the latter's brother and sister-in- A BRANDT BUICK "BETTER BUY' 1955 CHEV. BEL-AIR Four-doer spic-and-span sedan, V-8 engine, Power Glide, whHe wall*, rich two-tone. 15,500 actual mile*. Hat appearance of new car. BRANDT BUICK RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. Hoffman of Minneapolis and Chicago will demonstrate, without charge, his "Lock-O-Matic" Shields in ALGONA: — HOTEL ALGONA MONDAY, JUNE 18 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Please come early. Mr. Hoffman says: "After 30 yean during which I have personally fitted over 20,000 cases of hernia, I hare produced and patented the AMAZING Lock- O-Matic. It'* exclusive LINK-LOCK adjustment to everyone's need- virtually guaranty perfect Retention of your Rupture setting a new standard for effectiveness and comfort. Why wear antiquated ' and unscientific trusses that always enlarge the opening. Remember: The Best is none too good, if you are ruptured. Caution: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. Those having large ruptures which have returned after operation or injection are especially invited. HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. Box 3125 Traffic Station, Minneapolis, Minn. What's All This About PAW? Fer the past few days, we been hearin' that "PAW'S DAY" is a-comin' next Sunday. Seems as if, by what they're sayin* they're' going to "crown" PAW ... make him king fer a day. Going to fetch him some gifts._too._aU fixed up in tissue paper. Well we got some right smart gifts for that Paw of yours right here at Larry's Recreation. Don't take no big money, neither, to get something Paw will like. Take TOBACCY, fer instance — we got all kinds of fancy tins of it, sweet-smellin' blende he'll love to Smoke. Also, we got Jots of swell pipes to smoke it in. How about a nice new pipe fer Paw? Gigs, too — all the brands, dressed up fancy to Paw will think he's gettin' something really fancy with a big price tag. Shavin' stuff, too — so Paw can keep neat." Might •ven give Paw a gallon of Schwen's fine Ice Cream — then you all can enjoy paw's Day with him. Com? in and see what we got fer Paws — lots other things that don't lake much of Paw's money lo buy. W« know Paws — we're one ourselves. LARRY'S Recreation Hot Just The Right Gift For PAW law, Mr and Mrs Franklyn Ernst (if Riccville a? dinner gursls Sunday., Mrs Pred Kent St., Mrs H. M. Smith and Mrs R. K. Richardson were guests of Mrs F. C. Sranlan at her Okoboji cottage over tho wpokond. Joan Serneit who has been touching at Codar Falls spent the- weekend here with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer had the hitler's brnther-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. H. Sdunnpp of Mason City as guests Sunday". . Herb Hedlund and Bill Steffan have returned from Ely. Minn., where they had spent a week fishing. They were accompanied by other Pioneer plant managers from various places. Mrs Edna Harr spent the weekend at Livennore with her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs T. D. Rossing who observed their 40th \veddin,u anniversary Sunday. First banns of marriage have been read for Ronald L.. Grein of St. Benedict, and RocUitla Mae Thilges, and also John Waller Liehter and Patricia Lee Taylor of Ames. Mr and Mrs John Grotie left via ear last week Monday for Whittier, Calif., where they will visit a month with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Gordon Grotte. Carol Collins -was visited from Friday till Sunday by a classmate Mary Larson of Knoxville. who came to attend -Carol's wedding Sunday. She has been teaching at Newton. Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock were visited a few days by their daughter Judith who has been attending school at Des Moines and lias employment there for the summer. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smilh drove to Webster City Sunday and were met there by their sons-in- law and daughters, Mr and Mrs M. W. Knuth of Paullina and Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr of Madrid for a picnic dinner. Mrs Henry Fursi, Mrs Gene Furst and Mrs Goldie Guderian attended' the graduation Thursday evening in the Roosevelt stadium at Mason City of Mrs Furst's niece, Sharon Karen Woolridge from high school. Herbert Hansen has re-enlisied in the navy and is now on leave till June 19 and is visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen. He will return to New London, Conn., at the end of his leave. Mr and Mrs George Foerlsch spent the weekend at Milo with the hitter's parents, Mr and Mr:Andrew Heinen. During their absence, Mr and Mrs Fermsm Heinen cared for the children Mary. George and Joe. Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken and the latter's mother. Mrs Minnie Hinken were recently visited a week by Mi* and Mrs Walter Storm of Altadena, Cal. Mrs Storm is a sister of Mrs Hinken. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukail were visited one day last week by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait and daughters Jane and Julie, of Humboldt and Mrs Dora Faulstich of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke and family were joined Sunday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Amos Bohnenkamp and family of Spencer and went to Rudd for a family picnic. Mrs Goecke then went to Waterloo to visit. Mr and Mrs Edwin Gilmore have returned from a vacation spent at Booneton, N. J. with Mrs Gilmore's parents, Mr and Mrs Sidney Cunningham. The children remained here with the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore, Mr and Mrs William Besten- lehner are parents of a son born Friday afternoon at St. Ann hospital. This makes them a family of four girls and three boys. The infant weighed 7 pounds and 1-5 ounces. He has not been named as yet. Word from Mrs Wilma Kuhlman who is at Rochester with her son Robert who suffered injuries in an uuto accident six weeks ago. He was hospitalized at St. Ann three weeks and was then taken to Rochester. A lung infection . has ' been his greatest ailment and he had surgery Monday to correct that. It is possible he will be home the last of this week. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! Kossuth Band . . ns • Queens In Festival Today Mildred Moglet Cheryl VanderWaal Mary Keith Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding and Mrs Clara Walker drove t<> Monterey, Minn. Saturday and were guests of Peter C. Reeling and Mrs M. M. Miller at the Miller home. The occasion was Mrs Miller's 80 birthday. Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell are being visited by Mrs Campbell's sister, Doris Young, R. N. of Seattle, Wash. She has a three week's vacation a part 01 which she will spend at Garnet with her parents, Mr and Mrs Homer Young. Mr and Mrs Louis Lenz are moving July 2 into the Albeit Hagg house on East State street. which they recently purchased. Mr and Mrs William Ressler are moving into the house vacated bv Mr and Mrs Lenz at 119 South Minnesota street and Mr and Mrs Hagg are going into the apartment vacated by the Kesslurs until the new house they art- building will be ready tin occupancy, on the lot .south <>! the place they sold to Mr ;md Mrs Lenz. Catherina the Great, a German princess, became a Russian fin- press. Give Dad A Pleasure Gift FROM DIAMOND'S Sport Shirts, short sleeve ea, 1.98 Beautiful, cool comfortable in the latest n 1^- C C C machine washable fabrics, 141i-17'/2. ** *Ol ^.J3 Faded Denim Slacks .. 2.88 up No Sag — No Bag — Sizes 28-46 Ronson Shaver, reg 22,50 . 14.44 DIAMOND'S SURPLUS PONNABLANCHARD —Miss Lbne Roek KATHRYNJOHANNESEN —Miss Seneca A total of 101 bands and over 90 band queens are appearing in the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City today (Tuesday. June 12). Among those appearing are the five shown, here. They are Mary Keith, Burt; Cheryl VanderWaal, Algona; Kathryn Johannesen, Seneca; Donna Blanchard, Lone Rock; and Mildred Mogler, Whittemore. The Misses'. Keith, Blanchard and Mogler will be seniors next year, while the others graduated last month. One of the many girls appearing in the Mason City fete will be named queen of the festival and given the title Miss North Iowa. One fourth of the money spent, for food in the United States goes to the pubfic caking places, an estimated l(j billion dollars a year. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Aft WiesS and Mf and .Mrs Paul Hudson of Fenton spent Sunday visiting relatives at Webster -City and Fort Dodge. Enroute home the Hudsons called on Mrs Esther Benson at the Evelyn . Cady, homo. Mrs Hudson is a sister-iri-law of Mrs Benson. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood spent last week at Omaha, where Mi- Hood attended a Hartford Insurance company convention. Tho daughter, Mary Jean, is visiting her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs C. W.'Connor at Des Moines and will be brought home this weekend by her mother. Hattie Wilson has been visiting relatives at Cedar Rapids, and June 16 will leave for Greeley, Colo., to attend summer school. Marie Obe who formerly taught here but has been at Fort Dodge a few years is also going there and it is possible Ella Zumach will attend. Mrs Cawfie Si John left Saturday for Las Cruces, N. M., with Mrs George Schuller and daughter Joan of Whittemore and Bob Simpson of Merrill to visit Mr and Mrs James Schuller. James is a son of Mrs George Schuller* and his wife is the former Beverly St. John. They will be gone about a fortnight. Mr and Mrs Ray Potter are to be visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Comdr. and C. A. Creel and family of Palo Alto, Calif. They will remained here till July 9 and will then return to San Francisco from which point he will be flown to a ship in the Pacific. Mrs Creel and family will remain here the rest of the summer. Plan D.A.H. Luncheon A D.A.R. luncheon will be held June H at Van's Cafe in honor, of sflag Day." This program will be given by ftuth Cook, "The Sl6ry of the Pledge of Allegiance" and "The American Creed." The program is in charge of\J,he committee, Valeria Williams, Beth Scherhel, D e 11 a McCullough, Ethel Gardner, Lora Rariey and Clare Wok-ott. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Frank A. Meyer 6f Alta announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Mary Louise, to Richard Ludwig, son of Mr and Mrs John N. Ludwig, of CorWith. The wedding will take place Tuesday, Aug. 7. at St. Benedict Catholic Church, St. Benedict. Mrs Nelson Hostess Mrs Leonard Nelson was hostess to the members of tho "E.T.W." card club last week Wednesday. She is entertaining the members of another club this week Wednesday afternoon. Tibetans are a branch of the Mongolian race an4 have their own language. SWIMMING Equipment Slashed in Price! Swim Goggles, were 98c 69c Swim Masks, were 1.79 88c Snorkels, short or long 88c and 1.19 Swim Fins now 1.98 to 6.95 DIAMOND'S SURPLUS A BRANDT BUICK "BETTER BUY'' { 1953 BUICK 'SPECIAL' !| Neat two-door Special in a lively two-tone green, complete with white walls. Straight shift. QQQf% A lot of car for this money BRANDT BUICK AT SIZZLING LOW PRICES! Regular $2.50 Values White, Pink, Blue LADIES NYLON SLIPS $1.49 Wear with Jeans and Shorts Regularly $1.59 MISSES, LADIES BLOUSES $1.00 Large Sizes 34-44 In White LADIES PLISSE GOWNS ...$1.98 For Summer Costumes Many Styles White Clutch Bags 1.98 & 2 98 Get Plenty of These 65c Values Jumbo Turkish Towels . 3 for $1 Packed In Plastic Bag Rayon or Cotton Girls Summer Panties _. 4 for $1 ^mimmm^i^mimf^mmmfHfim^imfmmm^mmi^fmmf^^mmiimmtm^^f^^^^f^i^H^^mtmH^m^mmmmmmm^H^m^ At Fowlers — See A Cornplete Line of CATALINA SWIM SUITS - $9.95 to $15.95 Fine Rubber Swim Caps, special 98c Little Girls Swim Suits, 3 to 6x __ 1.98 - 2.98 Qirls Swim Suits/7 to 12 —'_, 2.98 - 3.98 FOWLERS BEAUTY SALON For All Types^of Beauty Work All $10 Permanents, This Wefek Special, 7.95 Hair Cut Special 75c , Telephone 144 for Appointment J C GIFTSwill clkk with Dad! For Father's Day Sunday, June 17 Choose From Our Complete Selection of Eastman Photographic Equipment: • Movie Cameras • 35 MM Cameras • Brownie Cameras / • Light Meters • Movie Projectors • Lens Filters • Flcfth Attachments • Flash Bulbs • Slide Projectors • Screens • Tripods • Carrying Cases • Picture Albums • All Types Films Thuente's PHARMACY Try The SMOKE SHOP Foi Dad's Gift HIS FAVORITE TOBACCO - A PIPE HE'LL ENJOY - DAD'S DAY CARTON OF CIGARETTES Come In And Let John, Lawrence or Stew Help With Ypur Selection

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