The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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ft-A!eono (fa.) Upptr DM Maine* Thursday, June 2?, 1957 AROUND ALGONA ' ' Gwen Denise, infant daughter of Mr nnri Mrs Anlone Zlttiitsch \vns bnptiyed Sunday .it St. Cecelia's church. M? and Mrs W. F. Colwell had fi? their weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Bob Marcy of Minneapolis. They formerly lived here. —o— Mf and Mrs D. G. Clopton Spent Sunday ,-<t Fort Dodge Where the.y atended a reunion of Mr Clopton's family. David, son of Mr and Mrs K. S. Cowan, is at Lake Okoboji attending a two week session at Camp Foster. —o— Mt and Mrs Carl Morck, Jr. had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Morck's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Arnold Anliker of Estherville. —o— Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith had as their guests over the weekend their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harley Peters of Charles City. Mr and Mrs Wayne Allen, of Webster City who formerly lived here, attended the golf tournament at the Algona Country Club on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Rouze and daughter, Sondra of Ames spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen. The Rouze family are former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Milton Will entertained their couple card club at their home on Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Walter Schildknecht and children are spending this week vacationing at a Ves- terguard cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee was hostess to the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs Henry Johannson, Mrs Frank Vera and Mrs George Stewart. The Soroptomist Club met Wednesday noon at Hotel Algona for their regular luncheon meeting. Jeanette Sorenson was a guest and presented the program. Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi had a coffee Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs Clayton Pittman. Mrs Warren Nelson was the assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs R. A. Cowan were visited on Sunday by Mr and Mrs Marvin Daugherty of DCS Moines. The Daughertys, former residents, were on their way to a vacation in Minnesota. Mrs George Stewart. Sr. went to Buffalo Center on Sunday for a few days visit with her son-in- law afid daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Reker. Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz had as their weekend guests, Mr Rentz' cousin, Mrs Jim Murray, Sr. and daughters Helen and Margaret of Waterloo. GO WHERE THE CROWDS GO! Auction Sale (weekly) Bring In Your Cattle FRI., JUNE 28 7:30 P.M. 15 MINNESOTA HEIFER CALVES TB & Bangs Tested 8 to 10 weeks old This Space is Yours F-R-E-E II Yew Have Livestock IP? a regular Friday wetting sale let «* know. Phone us or lite Upper Dei Moinei (CY 4-3535) for fjr«t lifting in this ALGONA SALE BARN Mowt W'flfl^W^I^ . ^ iWw pKpp Ww Hi •V 4-JWI f^* Mrs W. J. Sigsbee will be hostess t.i the Happy Birthday club on Friday afternoon. . .Q Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and Mr ;md Mrs Don Clark, the latter couple of Galbraith. left this week for a vacation trip to Canada. They expert to be away about three weeks. The Rebekah lodge had a pot* luck supper Tuesday evening at the Moose hall. The evening was spent preparing carpet materials for the Odd Fellows Home at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Richard Burl and two sons left Saturday on a two week's {rip to California. They are being accompanied by Mr Hurt's parents who live in Cedar Rapids. —o— Mrs W. S. Shackelford was visited for several days recently by her son. Dr. Richard Shackelford, his wife and three children of California, Perm. Dr. Shackelford's degree is in education and he was to teach summer sessions at the university after his return home. Mrs Shackelford's parents live at Cumberland and they also visited there. Members of R local birthday club went to Dakota City on Wednesday where thcv met with Mrs Walter Klamp." The nn- niversaiy being celebrated was that of Mrs James Kelso. ,,„_.[*> Mr and Mrs Charles McVay ore leaving this weekend fo: their annual business tour in Montana. They expect to return shortly before school opens when Mrs McVay will again tench kindergarten classes at Bryant. —_ (') Presbyterian Women's Organization is having a special meeting this afternoon (Thursday) at the church. Mis.< Freda Manus of the Mary Wannamaker school in India, will tell of her experiences there and in China. A tea and social hour will follow. Mrs Rex Voyles and daughter, Rexanne spent from Wednesday until Sunday of last week in DCS Moines where they visited her sister. Mrs Glen Fredcrickson. The Voyles sons, Steve and Scott visited their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Bob Lovstacl at Burt during their mother's absence. Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller and family and Mr'and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and family and Bill Sigsbee were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt at Clear Lake. The Waller sons, Tom and Denny visited there during their parents' trip to California and they returned home Sunday. Mrs Robert Sigsbee and net mother. Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend spent Sunday and Monday at Iowa City where ihey visited Mr Bruellman, a patient. Mr and Mrs W. P. Hemphill and Mr arid Mrs Richard Cowan were visited over the weekend by their son and brother, Jack Hemphill, his wife, two sons and two daughters of San Diego, Cal. The visitors were enroute to Wisconsin where they are visiting Mrs Hemphill's parents after which they will return to Algona for a longer stay. 7 Licenses To Wed Issued nnd William ,T. filbert, Aland Ruth E. Bell, Whittemore. Nobody Hurt In 2 Minor Crashes Two minor accidents were investigated in this area during the past few days. A truck, driven by Hugo Gade, Altfonc-i, was backing out into the street on East Call at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday and 'collided with an autn driven by Walter W. Fuoss Seven licenses to wed were issued during the past week by County Clerk Alma Pearson, as June continues to be the month of weddings. Permits went to the following couples: June 19 ,— Darwin Koepke Burt, and Beverly Randolph, Fenton. June 21 — LaVerne A. Anderson, Roland, and Joyce Janssen, Ledyard. June 24 — Jon L. Wilaby and Leslie McAllister, M a n k a t o, Minn.; Merle W. Schaff. Larchwood, and Lavonne F. Griesc, Burt; and Molvin Hagg and Regina M. Wolter, Algona. June 25 — Duanc E. Mawdsley, Burt ,and Marjorie Hauck, Al- DEAD STOCK Removed Promptly For Speedy, Courteous Service CALL CY 4-2526 WE PAY PHONE CHARGES Algona Rendering Co. South On Highway 169 Unmatched Quality -Unbelievable Savings The'fire that was ORIGINAL EQUIPMErfT ON 8,000,000 new cars as they left the factory. Same Tread. Design PLUS Modem. Improvements' Firestone Do luxe Super Champions »./ , ._ JL _ • I \ • j X )« M ' —— c= I5 9 - «ZE6-70-T5 BTackwoB Wo« taoc aod yo«r/ 1.00 Down v Puts Any Firestone^* Tire On Your Cor' low Prices on all Sizes and Types 6,00-16 6.50-16 6.40-16 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 TUBE TYPE WodtwoB* $13.95 19.15 15.4O 15.95 17.85 19.55 $17,10 2&45 19.50 21.90 23.95 TUB ELKS $17.95 19.95 21.85 WHtewoB* $22.05 24.45 26.85 29.85 of Whittemore. There was no damage to the truck, while damage to the auto was estimated at $50 by Policeman Ray Krebs, who investigated. vehicles driven by Arthur J. Kohlhaas, 32, Bode, and Vincent Rich, 22, Algona, collided on a county road six miles south and a mile west of Algona at 4:30 p.m. Saturday. A charge was filed against Rich for failing to yield when the pickup he was driving skidded into the front end of the Kohlhaas auto on a curve. Damage to the Kohlhaas car was $150, while $100 damage resulted to the truck. Patrolman Dale McBride investigated. Has Youth Job In Cleveland, O. An Algonan, Sheridan Strayer, son of Mr and Mrs Keith Strayer, will be working with 40 other college and university students at Cleveland, Ohio, this summer, on fin inter-city protestant church project. Sheridan, who is a junior speech major at Iowa Teachers, is active in Presbyterian youth activities at TC and had a radio show over the college station during the past school year. He is also interested in "ham" radio and a member of Alpha Chi Epsilon fraternity. Mayer Court Fines Three men paid fines for traffic violations in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. They were Carl H. Johnson, Algona, and Darrell D. Kuntzweiler, Audubon, $5 and costs each for speeding; and Arnold E. Elbert, Algona, $5 and costs, stop sign, MWAM^^ Come Quick n' Pick Graham's WASH n' WEAR - AT HOME AND AWAY!!! 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