The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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4-AlQona (la.) U PP>r DM MotfHM TnurtJoy, Jum» #, 1W7 31 Grandchildren Attend Studer Reunion In Wesley Wesley — A family gathering was held Sunday at the parental, Ben O. Studer farm home. Their five daughters and four sons and their families were present, also 31 of their 33 grandchildren. They were Mr and Mrs (Ber- 'nadette) Arthur Saastad of San Diego, Calif.; Mr and Mrs (Mary) John Cassel and daughter, Susie of Los Angeles, Mr and Mrs (Zita) John Welter and five children 01 East Dubuque; Mr and Mrs (Eunice) Roman Ricke and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Paul Studer, Mr and Mrs Benny StU- der, Mr and Mrs Nate Studer and Mr and Mrs Mark Studer and their families of Wesley. Also Adam and ; Jule Matern, Emma Studer and Mr and Mrs Frank Matern and family. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family were afternoon callers. Visitor* From California ! Lt. Colonel Edward Froehlich and wife and five children of Chula Vista, California, spent the -past week visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Froelich, 'his brother, Carl Froelich and his two sisters, Mrs Marie Ricke of Williams and Mr and Mrs Eugene _Huber of Algona and their .families.. Wed 3S Years Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig p will observe their 35th wedding .anniversary .Sunday, June 30th. The 9:30 Mass at St. Joseph's Catholic Church will be said for .them. A family gathering will be held a their farm home. Infant Baptized ' The baby boy born to Mr and Mr s Franklin Bode Tuesday, June 11, was baptized Sunday morning in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Thomas Paul. The infant's uncle and aunt, Paul and Marlene Bode were sponsors. Mrs Frank- Un Bode is the former Betty Kollasch. 22nd Anniversary . Mr and Mrs Elmer Glawe and Mr and Mrs Erling Flom observr ed their 22nd wedding anniversary with a dinner party in the Glawe home Sunday, June. ,16. Both couples were married June 12, 1935, Glawes' in the Wesley Methodist church and the Floms in the Ames Congregational church. - Carol Frideres and Marilyn •Harr attended a meeting Friday at the Britt hospital for prospective nurses training candidates. > The American Legion Auxiliary wilJ meet Thursday evening, July .11 instead of Thursday, July 4th. • Mrs Richard Smith received word Wednesday night of the .death of her mother, Mrs John O Brien of Mason City, following surgery. , A baby boy, Thomas Michael, was born to Mr and Mrs Lou Ricke at the Britt hospital, Monday, June 17. They now have a family of eleven children, 6 girls and 5 boys. Mr and Mrs Joe Erdman of Omaha, Neb. were guests several days recently in the parental Matt Erdman home. Mr and Mrs Edward Thissen and three children of Waterloo came Friday evening for a week's visit here at the parental, Mrs Helen Johnson home and with other relatives. Friday night Mr Thissen, Joe Goetz, George Goetz and Martin Hamilton left on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. The inclement weather shortened their trip. They came home next night. Mrs Martin Hamilton accompanied her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ed Thissen of Waterloo to Des Moines Monday, June 24 on business and also visited Mr and Mrs Al Soppe, the latter a sister of Ed Thissen. Sunday visitors in the Victor Loebig home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and family of Forest City, Mr and Mrs John Lu.:big and family of Britt and Mr and Mrs Pat Rasmussen and family of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Howard Peehl and son Jack of East Detroit, Michigan and Mr and Mrs Phil Ballard and son Kevin of Algona spent June 21-23 in the Vincent Douglian home. Mrs Al Wagner received word Sunday of the death of her uncle. 1 , D. I. Coggun, aged 92 years at Taft, Texas. The deceased has often visited here with his sister the late Mrs Ben Felt. Mrs Charles Mull in entertained her bridge club Saturday after noon, June 22. Timothy, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ed Johnson, had surgery for Multi Hernia at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Sandra Flom, student nurse at Methodist hospital, Des Moines spent several days last week at her parental, Erling Flom home Evangelical Free W omen's Missionary Society met Wednesday, June 2li ul the church with Mesdumt's Ole K. Flom and M. E. Paulson as hostesses. Gl'jiici Wise, Juliu, Melissa and Marva Nygaard and Freeman Fox left Monday, June 2-1 for a week's training at Camp Methoji at Oko- fooji. Marvu will act us counselor. Mr ami Mi.s FranJt Johnson iind Mr and Mr.s H. II. Flom, Jr. were Sunday Kuttti of Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan at Spirit Lake Mr ;md Mrs Chin-Its Nygaard and hw pan-lit.-;, Mr and Mrs G<w#t .%«k-.>foH of Lu Verne wi.'iit to A|r;jMi r. South Dakota Kumf.:iy to ;,iii »>i u :( wtfMinj: of Hine. , Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Ricke went to Okoboji Sunday to spend the day with her folks, Mr and Mrs Will Ketchen of Emmetsburg who have a cottage at the lake. Valgene and Ted Hansen arrived home. Friday from a vacation trip to Pikes Peak, Cdlp. and the Black Hills area of South Dakota. Ted left Monday June 24 for Wichita, Kan. where he will be employed at Boeing Aircraft during the summer. He will be a senior next year in Iowa State College, Ames. Mrs Don Harigan of Chicago and Mrs John Mahoney of Algona spent Wednesday of last week with Mrs Will Martinek. Mrs Charley DeRosa of Canoga Park, Calif, arrived by train Saturday to spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs Bettie Wester and with her nephew, Alan Jordan. Mr DeRosa went on to Dobbs Ferry, New York to visit his father who is ill. Mr and Mrs Les Lease attended a family reunion at Decorah Sunday, June 23rd. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek and Jerry Bob, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek visited relatives in Hartley and Sutherland Tuesday, June 18. . . 'Mrs L .L. Pfeffer drove to Cedar Falls Saturday to get her daughter Judy and Nancy Sheets of Britf who had attended Girls State last week. They also visited Pfeffer relatives at Traer. Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken attended funeral services for a cousin Henry SchUlte, 67, at Clarion, Friday, June 21. Wesley Township Homemakers met June 18 at Center school with Mesdarnes Marvin Ackerson, Curtis Quinn and Edna Wubben as hostesses. The Farm Bureau met that evening at the school with homemakers in charge of the program. Joe Skow led the group singing. The lesson was given by Opal Nygaard. Edna Wubben gave a talk. .The. County Woman's Creed was read by Edna Skow. Florence Hansen had charge of games. Julie Nygaard returned Friday from a three day State 4-H convention in Ames. Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson and 3 daughters were Sunday guests of her brothers, Father Linus Eiser&acher and his housekeeper and Roman Eisenbacher and family in Armstrong. Susie, youngest daughter of. Mr and Mrs Nelson, who had spent last week in Armstrong returned home with her folks. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carlson spent June 15 in Newell arranging for living quarters. He will teach shop and driver's training next year in Newell high school. Mrs Harold Price, who is head cook in the hot lunch program at the public school, att faded a short course in cooking at Iowa State College, Ames, recently. ' Carrie Engen went back to her work in Des Moines Monday. She had spent three weeks at her parental, Paul Engen home recuperating from illness. Bernard Erdman and daughters Molly and Purdence of Cedar Rapids spent several days last week with his sister, Mrs Donnelle Devereaux and family. He made several business trips to nearby towns. He is a salesman for school athletic supplies. Mr and Mrs Earl Theisen and children of Sauk Rapids, Minn, spent several days over the weekend at the parental, Henry Haverly home and with other relatives of Mrs Theisen, the former Margaret Haverly. Rev. L. N. Klein spent Tuesday in Sioux City on business. Sunday evening picnic dinner guests in the Everett Ackerson home were Mr and Mrs William Studer and three children of Clarion, Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson and two sons of Britt, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and four children, Mrs Jennie Luken and Mrs Viola Studer. Mrs Mildred Silbaugh of Long Beach, California, spent several days over the weekend at the Ed Hildman home. She had visited a daughter and family in Ohio, a daughter and other relatives at several places in Iowa. Mr and Mrs Hildman and their houseguest left Sunday for a week's fishing In Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Marvin Studer and child of Lansing, 111. spent several days over the weekend a! the parental, J. P. Studer home. Mr and Mrs John Cassel and Susie of Los Angeles and Mr and Mrs Arthur Saastad of San Diego, Who spent last week at the parental, Ben G. Studer, were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Paul Studer home. The A. A. Studer Clan reunion will be held Sunday, June 30 a! the "Bud" Schleusner farm home near Garner. Saturday guests in the Dr. Paul Warner home were Mrs Warner's mother, Mrs Will Wall of Comfry, Minn, and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs A. C. Disher and two children of Uarfur, Minn. Mrs Jule Matz and Rosemary attended rosary service in the Hansen Funeral home in Forest City and the funeral in the Catholic church in Britt Tuesday morning for a former neighbor. Mrs Bruce Pech of Forest City. Burial was in the local St. Joseph cemetery. Laugh Loaded! Ava Gardner is the star of "The Little Hut", hilarious comedy which starts Sunday for four days at the Algona theatre. David Niven and Stewart Granger are co-starred. This comedy is the first attraction of "Laff Week," which starts Sunday at the Algona. Prairie Pals 4-H The Prairie Pals held their June meeting on Thursday at the home of Kathryn and Eileen McCarthy. Plans were made for Achievement Day and local camp on August 6, 7 and 8 at Clear Lake. A demonstration on "Mitered Corners" was given by Helen Lickteig. Julie Nygaard and Kathryn McCarthy gave a demonstration on "Finishing a Dress." Opens New Shop Adolph Mortensen, owner of Mortensen Implement Company, has opened a new branch in Mason City, which will be operated by his son, Dean. Several years ago Mortensen opened a branch in Fairmont which is operated by another son, Donald. United INCOME Fund offer! you on Invettmant IB more, than 100 American Corporations through a divenlfled lilt of common tiocki (elected for their Income pouibilities, For Prospccnu and descriptive literature, without obligation, /ill " 1 R£TUIIN THIS WADDELL & REED, INC. Principal Underwriter! 'OfHcea From Coast To Coajt" JOHN C. LOVE Box 182 Algona. Iowa ADDRESS. CITY FOR SALE to close George Hagge Estate Attractive 40 A. Farm One Mile West and One Mile South of Ledyard, Iowa. Excellent soil, good set small buildings, good well, good roods. Would make desirable home. See L. E. Linnan EXECUTOR Algona, Iowa 26-27 FREE Kossuth County Fairgrounds - Algona JULY 4th -PROGRAM- 7:00 to 7:30—City Band. 7:30 to 7 .'35—Raising of Flag—Color Guard—Bay Scouts. Singing of National Anthem by Karen Hutchins. 7:35 to 7:50—Bit & Spur Jr. Flag Dri'l under directions of Jerry MccVay. A group of boys and girls from Algona, Wesley, Irvington and surrounding territories. 7:50 to 8:00—Speeches by Mayor Shicrk and Bill Steele, secretary of Chamber of Commerce. 8:00 to 8:15—Trio from Rockwell City, Lou and Geo. Lindsey and Ray Hansen. They have appeared over KGLO-TV and on Radio KVFD Fort Dodge, WOI Ames and WHO Des Moines. Barn Dance. 8:15 to 8:30—Sandy Phillips, Cedar Kapids, Iowa. ' She was a contestant on tha original Amateur Hour with Ted Mack last summer, did a pantomine number — "Takes Two to Tango". She was the winner that week and following two weeks, qualifying for national finals in the Madison Square Garden in New York City. She was second place in National Championships of the Original Amateur Hour. Has also performed in Connecticut, North Carolina and South Carolina with an Original Amateur Hour Unit. (Pictured) 8:30 to 8:40—Fancy Roping — Stattelman Twins — Eddie and Edwin of West Bend. Ten years of rodeo experience. Have appeared in two State Fairs, Des Moines and Shreveport, La., and on TV 'at Mason City and Fort Dodge. 8:40 to 9:15—The Four Drips and a Drop from Rodman, Iowa. A group of five school boys who put on comedy clothes, make up and other paraphernalia and do comedy pan- tomines to records. This group has appeared on KGLO- TV and KQTV. They have also been very popular around their home town and surrounding community. — These boys will win your hearts as well as your applause with their comedy pantomines of Spikes Jones and other popular recording stars. The Sidewinders are two fellows who love to play and sing. The instruments include guitar and string Bass. They do impersonations of Guy Mitchell, The Ink Spots and a very special stunt features an impersonation of Elvis Presley himself. They will even take you down on the farm for some special barnyard impersonations that will certainly entertain you. They have appeared on KGLO, WOI and KQTV. Listen for the duet that features 100 different voices and 100 different animal sounds. 9:15— Drawing for pony, saddle and bridle. 9:20— One-half Hour of Fireworks. $800.00 Worth. Master of Ceremonies^—Bill McNamara from Emmetsburg, la. Well-known for wit and humor for milesrariJim'd, '" * ' Boy Scoute will handle parking of cars and selling of refreshments in grandstand and grounds. They receive all they make and are under the direction of Wes Bartlett, Scoutmaster, and Glen Graham, assistant, who are also assisted by the fathers of several of the Boy Scouts ann friends of Scouts. * ocuu» KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS There is no charge at either the gate or grandstand—Courtesy of Schultz Bros., Algona, Iowa—Be our guest. Tell a friend—Bring a friend. You are all invited. Our Thank You! This is our way of saying thank you to the hundreds of people in Kossuth and adjoining counties who have been our loyal customers. ' «v«ss.uin Through these customers who have appreciated our quick and competent service and quality products we have been able to build from a single service station to our big modern new station and complete garage. »erwce siation We appreciate your business and your loyalty. We believe that you would enjoy this show for the evening of the Fourth of July, and it is our pleasure to spare no expense to make it a show you'll long remember. pw-asure to Everything is free. There is no charge at the gate — no chanre for ihn grandstand (so get here early) _ no admission fee of any kind . W have ^concession to sell pop, etc., to the Boy Scouts and theyVt everything L j *o We ? re happy to throw this Fourth of July party for you We havp «,„• Chased $800 m fireworks and have engaged a good musical stage snow P piiments. Come to the Algona Fairgrounds and have a good time—with our com- Alfred Schultz Wesley Schultz Armin Schultz New and Used Cars-Premium Gas for Less and Premiums Too! Compile Q, rege Swviw-Algona la. Just Easi of Fairgrounds Corner on Highway 169

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