The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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6-AFgonn (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 12, 1956 First Airplane Trip Is Breeze For Visitor, 87 When asked how she Kke a plane ride of 870 miles from her home at Watrous, Sask, Canada, to Algona. the woman above. Mrs Nancy Jeannottic Schell, replied. "It was lovely. 1 didn't get di/,/.y at all." There's nothing too astounding about her leply until you consider Mrs Schell is 87 years old. and the recent trip marked the FIRST time she had set foot in an airplane in her life. Grandma Schell, still spriiely, despite her years, felt she was in good hands, for she made the long jaunt with her grandson, Slu Albright, manager of Algona's municipal airport, in ihe Piper Tri-Pacer, owned by Dr. Robert Horton, shown with Mrs Schell and Albright in the photo. Mrs Schell was born in Algona March 27. 18G9. Her parents were John and Febby Jacobs. She was married to Tom Albright, who died, then married to John Schell and they moved to Canada in 1919. This is her first trip to her birthplace since then. Mr Schell later died, and Grandma, as she is known to the Albrights, lives alone. During her years here, she knew many of the well-known old- timers, including Wilfred Jones, Frank and Ambrose Call. Rev. Chipperfield, Mrs F. S. Norton, Gus Sjogren and Bob Stewart. the latter two still residents of Algona. She is also the aunt of Andrew Norwood, skipper of the Lady Norwood boat that used to navigate the Des Moines River. Mrs Schell's sister, mother of Captain Norwood, is 98 years old and resides in Tacoma, Wash. A family reunion has been planned while Mrs Schell is in Algona. It will be held Sunday, June 17, at the- airport. Expected for the event are her five children, Mr and Mrs Quinn Albright, Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Charlie Neal. Watrous. Sask., Canada: Mr and Mrs Paul Albright, Hudson Bay, Sask.. Canada: Mr and Mrs Harold Albright, Ceylon, Minn.; and' Mrs Rena Babbich, Penquilly, Minn. It will be the first family get-together since World War 'I. (UDM newsfoto-engraving) FIVE YEARS Everett McKibben, of Fairmont, was recently convicted of stealing six pigs from the Lee Luick farm near Manly. He stole six pigs, got five' years. Sweetheart Ball BANCROFT Legion Ballroom FRI., JUNE 15 —Featuring— DON SHAW Most Beautiful Girl Contest. All girls 18 to 28- married or single, may register. Adv. Booths $1.00 Call 4101 FRI., JUNE 15th The Nation's No. 1 Old Time Band Whoopee John And His Famous Recording Orchestra SAT., JUNE 16th The New Tops In Singing Stars THE HILLTOPPERS Dot Recording Artisis Have Appeared on TV. Now see them in person PLUS JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra Adm. 1,46 plus tax tot. 1.65 WED,, JUNE 20th Teenage Dance KEITH KILLINGER Orch. Lakofans On Vacation Trip In Nova Scotia Lakota—The Misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht and their cousin. Miss Julia Gutknecht of Bellingham, Wash., left last week for an extended trip to Nova Scotia. They expect to be Rone about six weeks. Burdette Hoeppner is enjoying a five day fishing trip in Northern Minnesota with several other men who like Burdette are Farmers Hybrid Seed corn salesmen. They left Friday morning. Mrs Emma Smith is visiting for a month in Albany, Oregon, with 'ho Robort Clommons family Mrs Clemmons is the former Lorraine Smith. Mr and Mrs Emory Emith took her to Perry where' she took the train. Mrs T. J. Luats. Marcia, Tommy and Carmen of Hospers visited several days with the Hugh Lewis and Andrew Jansen families Sunday evening they visited Mr and Mrs Hio Loats in Buffalo Center and Wednesday Mrs Jansen took them to Mason City to visit other relatives. Rev. and Mrs Loats are moving to California July 1st because of Rev Loats' health. Frank Lewis has returned to his home for the summer. He attends Luther College in Decorah. Mr and Mrs Tlieo Wallentine attended commencement exercises at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. Sunday. Their son Robert, who had been attending college- there the past year, returned home with them for the summer. Richard X i e 1 s k e underwent major surgery Wednesday a! Buffalo Center Hospital. Henry Sr. who has been at the home of his sons since he had surgery was brought to his home Thursday. He was recovered nicely. Mr and Mia Jerry Ukenu are visiting Jerry's brother. Dr. and Mrs Maynard in Ames, while he Seven Float! Malce If with /-Up ( nd your favorite ice cream Put a scoop of your favorite ice t ivai a in .1 tall glass. Then tilt th$ klaob and pour clul gently down the side. is vorovorin^ from rocont .••ur- gcry. Hev. and Mrs llnrlan Ki use and children visited Mrs Kruse's mother Sunday evening ill Mason City. Mrs Low was hospitali/ed with pneumonia. Mr and Mrs K. K. Lage and Ronda returned Monday from a week's visit with his mother in Milforri and Mis Lage's parents in Arnolds Park and then moved from Mrs Alma Heetland's house into the house formerly occupied by Mrs Korse Kllmon. Mrs Ellmon is living with her mother. Mrs Minnie Thaves. Mrs Mary Telkamp accompanied relatives from Fort Dodger to Chokio, Minn. Saturday to visit a sister-in-law. Mrs Jessie Snell. I Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakcrs enjoyed a picnic dinner Friday at 1 p.m. on the picnic grounds at Union Slough. After a delicious meal the regular meeting was conducted by the president. Genevievo Hoeppner. Shirley Smith played several Accordion selections and the Safety lesson was presented in the form of a skit with Mrs Terry Heetland as M. C. and Gentvieve Hoeppner. Florence Paulsen and Donna Paulsen taking part. Mrs Cort Rippentrop and Lin- ' rla, accompanied by the Mesdames Alvin Rippentrop and Sharon of Tilonka and Mrs O. M. Rippentrop of Buffalo Center were in Mason City Friday where Linda appeared over KGLO with her Cocker Spaniel puppy. Roger Rippentrop returned homo June 12lh from Des Moines whore he had attended Boys State the past week. Roger was sponsored by the Lakota American Legion Post. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack of Ledyard were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mi's Wilson Brack. Mr and Mrs Russell TePaske have been entertained at several farewell courtesies the past week. They were supper guests of Mi and Mrs Barrett Tuesday and on Wednesday a picnic supper was held in their honor at the Jerry Heetland home with the Ronald Heetland. Wayne Heetland and Heelland. Wayne Heetland and Elmer Paulsen families also present. Mr and Mrs W. D. Ley were their hosts at supper Friday and Rev. and Mrs Kruse foi Saturday breakfast. The Te- Paske family left Saturday for Cedar Falls where Russell will attend summer school after which they will move to Hurnboldt where lie will teach next year. Mr and Mrs John W. Cook. Donovan and Carmen returned home Tuesday from a trip through the Black Hills, into part of Wyoming and Montana. Rilly Beemer has arrived home for the summer from Morningsicle college, Sioux City. Hy will work with the well drilling machines owned by Robert Beemer. Mr and Mrs Emory Smith became grandparents for the first time with the arrival of a 6 lb., 12 ounce daughter, born June 2nd to Mr and Mrs Richard Smith of Niagara Falls. N. Y. Mr and Mrs Dean Brisbin of Council Bluffs were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray. They are the parents ol Mrs Murray and came to see their new grandson. Mrs Grace Bruer who has made her home in Buffalo Center for several years is visiting in the home of her sun, Mr and Mrs Pete Bruer. Mr and Mrs Cort Hippentrop. Mrs Mary Telkamp and Mrs Alvin Rippentrop attended the fu- heral of Pete Telkamp at Kamrar. Monday. The deceased was a nephew of the late J. E. Telkamp. Ed Telkamp is visiting his sister, Mrs King and other relatives at Kamrar since attending funeral of his brother, Ppte last Monday. Two Lakola boys abroad have met recently for a visit in Germany. Dale Patterson, son of Mr and Mrs Dave Patterson, serving with the armed force at Hunan, and John Wortman who has been • "i-innu in the University at Berlin for the past year met in Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson spent the past week in northern Minnesota on a vacation and fishing trip. Mrs John Vodraska and children of Cherokee stayed at the Thompson home while her parents were away. Mr and Mrs Jasper Smidt accompanied by Mrs Frauke Sha- dendorf have been in the vicinity of Lake Milk' Lac on a fishing trip. Mrs Shadendorf also visited relatives in the same area. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse left Sunday afternonn for the Presbyterian Camp at Lake Okoboji where they will be lor a week. A miscellaneous shower in honor of Arlene Ruby was lurid at the Presbyterian church par- lurs Tuesday evening. Delores Kienttx registered the guests on a white wedding bell. Luivne. Barrett played a tiombone solo, Mrs Ger/ema read "The checkered Apion," Carolyn Hoelland read a poem and V'elma Mileham played accordion selections. LONE ROCK Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie Jo were guests Tuesday evening in Algona at the Winifred Sigsbee home in honor ol Mr and Mrs Henry Wegent-r, who | are visiting here from Tacoma, Wash. Mrs Clara Marlow of Burt entertained the following for dinner Memorial Das 1 , Donald Marlow and daughter, Virginia Ann, Mr and Mrs Erich SeegeUn th. P. W Marlow and family, Lila Schmidt ujl of Lone Rock: Mr and Mrs Richard Bristuw and family of LuYerne; and Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family of Burt. Mr and Mrs Arthur Henningson called Tuesday evening at the E. M. Jensen home. Memorial Day Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen and Jerry and David Johnson were at Clear Lake visiting the Walter Patilsen's. Mrs E. A. Lee, Michael and Susan, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Ronald Christenson. Jane, Nancy and Ann. spent from Friday till Tuesday in St. Louis, Mo. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo of Algona. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy, were dinner guests Memorial Day with Mrs Rose Kraft. Mrs Louise Gocklen and Gerald Godden of Forest City called Tuesday evening at the Charles Morris home. Mrs Buelah Gammelgaarcl of Ringsted was a dinner guest Thursday with Mrs Carl Peter- run and was a supper guest of Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson. Dinner and supper guests Me- inirial Day n( the Mnudo Blan- c'nard home were Gene Blan- charcl, Yankton, S. D.; Mr and Mrs John Sones, Sioux Rapids; Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and family of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family. Mr and Mrs Chet Alme and Shirley, all of Ottosen; Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family, Mr nd Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. and family, all of Lone Rock. Monday afternoon callers at the C. E. Householder home were Mr Orie Hurlburt of Fenton and Rev. Bearse of Burt. Mrs Lora McGowan and Mrs Gladys Barker and Mrs John BaJrker of Cedar Rapids came Monday and visited till Friday at the Householder home. Mrs Daryl Hanson of Fayctte came Thursday evening for a visit with her parents, the Fred Genriches. Mr and Mrs Arnold Groskreutz and .son, Jeffrey, of Truesdale, called Tuesday evening at the Erich Seegebarth home. Mr and Mrs Frank Plaig called Wednesday evening at the Dean Jergenson home in Algona. A picnic dinner and supper was held Sunday at the Roy Merchant home with the following couples present: Mr and Mrs L. V. Hendrickson and family of Galva; Mr and Mrs Walt Lohaser and family of Holstein; Mr and Mrs Dick Burg and family of Sioux City; Mr and Mrs Wayne Watterson and family of Melvin. The ladies all graduated from nurses training together. Mr and Mrs Carroll Lashbrook and family of Mason City spent overmte '.Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant and family. Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder of Moville; Henry andl Dale Schroeder of Lone Rock attended the State-teen-age rodeo driving contest at Perry last Thursday. The contest was sponsored by the junior chamber of commerce. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT THANK YOU I sirteerely appreciate the vote* given me for supervisor by the voters of Algona, Union and Plum Creek townships in the primary election, Monday, June 4. KYLE KEITH Republican Nominee for Supervisor of Second District I I i i I i i i fire Free! ! If You Have The Lucky license Number — BRADLEY BROS. • SEE US MOW ! * Read The Want Ads - It Pays) A SURE WAY TO PLEASE AND MOM, TOO! A GIFT OF .... the new, popular fabric that's designed for cool, comfortable summer wear It's wrinkle-resistant, easy-to-care-for and oh, so pleasant to wear! .... you'll find a wide selection of dacron itms at Dad's favorite store — ZENDER'S TROPICAL SUITS will give Dad that "always fresh" look even in the hottest weather. 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