The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 9
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June 12,1956 lgona Upper Beg LOCALS Mr and Mrs Paul Deitman were visited last week Sunday by Mr and Mrs Roy Paulson of Clear Lnke, Minn., and- Mr and Mrs Howard Blekfield, of Armstrong. Memorial Day they had as giu-sts, Mr and Mrs C. O. Riddle then daughter, Mrs Ruth Curtis, and two sons and granddaughter, AS - T( )( )NS KEN&YEO'S "Joe's always lining up NEW BUSINESS!" It's only "natural" that so many people appreciate our FAST SERVICE! KEH & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Karen Hansen of Hayfield, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Charles Schiek, of Des Moines. Evelyn Cady had as callers Memorial Day Mr and Mrs Clarence Pannkuk and the latter's sister, Mrs Edith Dorothy, of Fairmont, Minn., former Al- gonans. Another caller was Mrs Walter Scott, nee Lois Newton, of Perry, who came to visit her uncle. Mart Weaver, and cousin and husband, Mr and Mrs Eugene Schemel. Mrs Scott's mother vvas the former May Weaver, a well known resident here a number of years ago. Mr and Mrs Knute Orton who have been living in Chicago, III., left Friday for Hazard, Ky., where for three months Knute will take a dental course in preparation for missions work at Ippy, located in the French equatorial west Africa. Mrs Orton is also qualified for missions work. They have been at Omaha, Neb,, visiting Mrs Orion's parents. Mr and Mr.s Harold Gilliland, and Knute's brother Den- THANK YOU! Sincerely thanking you for the nomination for Supervisor in the 2nd district at the June primary. Your confidence in me is greatly appreciated. I will always try to fulfill the duties of the office io the best of my ability. JENS M. SORENSEN Candidate on the Democratic Ticket HI, FISHERMEN! Please Accept This As Our Personal, Sincere Invitation To Spend Your Vacation At One Of The Friendliest Resorts Anywhere . . . Where Guests Come Year After Year To Enjoy Relaxation And The Best Of Fishing In Our Two Bottle Lakes, Part Of The Famous Mantrap Chain. We have a modern cottage waiting for you and will be happy to make your reservation now while dates are still available. Write us for our complete story. Park Rapids, Minn. 14tf Summers' Pine Point nis. They were joined here Sunday by another brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arden Orton and children, of Des Moines. Among those who joined their daughters at the Girl Scout camp at Dolliver State Park, Fort Dodge June 3 for a picnic dinner were Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode, Mr and Mrs William Reinders. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey, Mr and Mrs Bob Williams, Mr and Mrs Dick Norton and twins, Lynn and Leslie, Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett, Mr and Mrs Brail Wright, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith, Mr and Mrs Paul James, Max Bartholomew, Mr and Mrs Leo Immerfall. Rev. and Mrs Gerald Hallauer, Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons, Mr and Mrs Oliver Johnson and Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartlett. Mrs Max Bat tholomew is one of the women who is staying at the camp with the girls. Rev. Hallauer conducted services in the afternoon for the protestant young folk. Df-an. A number of children helped ! M; Ellen Ditsworth present M.irgo Teresa Honnie FENTON Mrs Elsie Dreyer left Monday for St. Louis, Mo., to be present at the high school graduation of her granddaughter, R a m o n a Shrum, who ranks sixth in a class of 235. Mrs Dreyer will visit her daughter, Lorena Dreyer, and in the home of Mr and Mrs Glendon Shrum in St. Louis. Four little Dean girls and their parents, Mr and Mrs Lar/v Dean, and their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dean ol Ladysmith, Wis. visited briefly Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs Earl Dean. Lawrence is the eldest son of the late Earl celebrate T sixth birthday on June 5. ides her sister Kathryn those included Patricia Dreyer, Rusch, Suzanne Newel Voigt, Roger Cannon, and Roger Weisbrod. Hetty Wehrspann, David Goch- '.•ivair. Susan Theesfield, Connie VVuih', Sandra Saxton, Janelle Bailey, Roger and Randa Han>'•(!. and their mother, Mrs Arnolr^ j Hansen. Mr and Mrs Bob Weisbrod and Hirer- sons of Alton, 111. arrived Sa! in-day for a week's visit, with tln.'ir parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers and Mrs Sarah Weisbrod. The Seneca Modern Mixers flub met at the home of Mrs Melvin Madsen Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was answered by telling an embarrassing moment. The honored birthday members wore presented with remembrances.. Those having June birthdays were Kay Krausc, Mandy England, Lois Berhow and Freda Madsen. Mrs Henry. Looft had charge of the entertainment after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs Emma Pannell observed her birthday aoniversary Saturday, June 2. In honor of the occasion neighbors dropped in .Hid had coffee with her. $340 Acre fJear Reinbeck, a 215 acre farm recently sold at auction, at a price of $340 per acre. Purchaser was John Wittgreve. 99 At Sioux Rapids, Mrs Matilda Steen recently observed her 99th birthday. Algona Sailor Witnesses Recent H-Bomb Explosion Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbcrt, Algeria, recently received an interesting letter from their son, Arnie, who is in the navy, near Eniwefok Island. It reads in part —"It's about time I let you you folks know where 1 am. First off tilings are fine with me, lost a little weight and temper a little hotter. Will bring you up to date since we left Pearl Harbor which was April 2. Eight steaming clays later we made Eniwetok, which is no vacation spot by a long shot. It is about 2400 miles from Pearl. We anchored at this spot till April 12. At that date we left the speck for a smaller speck called Bikini Atol, which is 138 miles from Eniwetok. Since then we have been back and forth so much a guy wonders when he gets up in the morning if the ship's at Bikini, Eniwetok or in the middle. The name of the operation is Redwing, also called Task Force Seven. The reason for it is to test some of our latest weapons. So far they have completed two out of 19 tests. The first one was a 40 K. T. Atomic bomb which is equal to 40,000 tons of TNT. The second test was held a few days ago which you folks may have heard about. They .set off an H-bomb a few miles from Bikini. We were sitting 25 miles from the blast. We heard it whistle and then the sky lit up bright, as day. Without our special glasses, the flash would Arnie Elbert, Jr. blind a person for life. After the flash there was a big red and orange ball of fire going up and slowly turned into the well known mushroom-shaped cloud with the outer part of the top a deep bluish purple and the inside a ball of fire. I don't know how big an H-bomb it vvas but the cloud reached a height of 28 miles. It's been said it was the biggest of the 19. I doubt very much if I will ever see anything to compare with its beauty Our job out here is to haul around some of the V.I.P.'s, liko tonight we have a Real- Admiral and his staff aboard which wo haul back to Bikini. The weather out here lias been hot and rainy a good share of the time. Our engine house gels kind of warm. At times it varies between 120 and 130 degrees. That's where I lost weight, eight hours a day in that hole. We get no fresh vegetables or bread, no fresh milk, so we drink iced tea. Anyway that's what, the cook calls it. The Captain put out the word that we had 17 more tests and we could expect to be back in Long Beach by August and at the latest Christmas. As far as I know now this is as far as we go this trip. The mail is sort of messed up most of the time. The papers are getting here and I really look them over. It's Wednesday out here and Tuesday in Algona. Arnie enlisted in August, 1954, and has had but one leave, just after completing boot training at San Diego, Calif. It was a year ago his parents went to California to see him. His ship is the destroyer, U.S.S. Knudson. LIGHTNING A fire caused by lightning recently destroyed a $6,000 dairy barn on the George Man-eel farm two miles west of Osage. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Thrifty Shopping Tips FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE FATHER'S DAY - NEXT SUNDAY For 364 Days Of The Year, Dad Is Apt To Look Like This Just In Time For FATHER'S DAY! Hard-working, never-complaining, always ready with the check-book when Mama needs a new dress or when the kids need shoes . . . that's good old Dad, Can you really blame him for looking a little "beat" most of the time? GIFTS FOR DAD from RUSK DRUG MEN'S GIFT TOILETRIES SETS $ At Rusk's you'll find a big and complete stock of these sets . . . Mennen's, "His", Seaforth, Palmolive, Country Gentleman, Max Factor — and many others! Different combinations of his shaving and personal needs, all in one gift package. 1 On "His" One Day of The Year, Let's Make Him Look Like This Dad can surprise you and come lo life with a great big smile ... IF you and the kids make "Father's Day", • his one day of the year something special. Give him breakfast in bed, along with a swell gift or two from Rusk Drug . . . and he'll look like this! S ff JEWELRY CL. jg-er-t a GIFTS FOR DAD from RUSK DRUG Spiedel Brand — Gift Boxed up Emergency Light for His Car Complete with Cord Safety Plug-in Car Light ..59c Here is a "different" gift for the man who has everything! It's the new Remington 60 De Luxe Auto-Home . . . the finest, fastest, most versatile electric shaver ever made. It is actually two shavers in one . . . with famous Remington 60 De Luxe performance PLUS the added exclusive feature of shaving equally well on either car battery or IIO-volc household current! Come in and see the wonderful new Remington 60 De Luxe Auto-Home Electric Shaver today! Dad will really appreciate it' Cuff Link & Clasp Sets $2.50 up Does His Watch Need New Band? Hadly Watch Bands... $4.95 Famous "Elgin" Quality Treat Him to a New Pair Choice of Styles No-Glair Sun Glasses .$1. Town & Country Watch $75 Waterman Brand Needs No Ink Bottle Pen & Pencil Sef.. $13.75 Complete with Batteries Newest Styles Outdoor Flashlights.... $190 IN THE CAR OR TRUCK . . . turn selector to auto voltage, insert adapter in cigarette lighter socket, plug in and shave. IN THE HOME ... reset selector to "110-volt", plug in and shave, For His Desk Home or Office Modern Design BIGGEST TRADE-IN EVER OFFERED! Parker Desk Sels ..$3.50 up WE GIFT-WRAP YOUR GIFT FOR DAD! We'll help you give Dad the btst! I-'or a limited time only, you can get a giant $8.50 TRADE-IN for Dad's old standard make electric shaver toward the purchase of this marvelous new Remington. If he isn't Je- lighted, return it within 15 days an.l get his old shaver and your money back! Retail.: Less Trade-In, standard make shaver YOU PAY ONLY $31.50 8.50 $23.00 Also — Complete Selection of CAMERAS & CAMERA SUPPLIES MEN'S BRUSH SETS - INDIVIDUAL TOILETRIES - MEN'S JEWELRY STATIONERY - ETC. Fresh New Assortment of NORCROSS Father's Day Cards Something Very Special For Dadl 17-JEWEL SWISS WRIST WATCH Shock-proof — Waterproof — Anti-Magnetic 29.95 v. 4 4 ;„ tisr We give GREEN STAMPS

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