8—Algona (la.) Uppei* Oes Matties ,. Thursday, June 27, 1957 New Yorkers Visit At Lone Rock Home Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Dale Sorenson and boys of New York State stopped by Sunday at the Herman Kramer home on their way to Montana, other Sunday callers were Mr and Mrs Clarence Kramer and daughter, and Mrs Herman Kramers' mother, Mrs O. C. Tabor of Humboidt Mr and Mrs Wendell Jensen and family of Princeton, Minn, were caller^ Wednesday at the P. M. Chrretenson home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf spent Thursday evening in Algona with their daughter Ruth, to help her celebrate her birthday A birthday party was held Wednesday at the Ronald Christenson home, in honor of their daughter, Miss Jane Ellen. Those present were Peggy Pettit, Mary Hulburt, Margaret D i 11 m e r, Sharon Krduse, Linda Ramus, Janece Kissner, Susan Montgomery, Mrs A. A. Krueger, and Michael Lee. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fishe and baby spent Tuesday evenin; at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell of Fenton were guests Sunday, at the home of Milfred Mitchell. Jane Angus and Margaret Tangled Mess As Depew Silo Bursts $$!$jjjjj^^ \^W^mM^^^Mim&^^:^'' ' : IPi!ft' .** • •• !: 'W ''i : -'.'-^:gj&&$$j&f^''f i y^ '• •-. ,'•".'..--':'.'.. t'^^'tf^ '••BUB : ••.•.,??'•: VfSfSf It's safe to stick your 1 neck out, UDEBAKER has . . . THE MOST HEADROOM of any car in its class, Ample leg room, too., STYLING that started the trentf 1 toward the low silhouette, , POWER AND ECONOMY up to 275 hp — plus America's best economy record I TWIN TRACTION A Studebnker-Packard exclusive that lets you go when others are stuck. LUXURY-LEVEL RIDE with exclusive variable- rate front springing in all sedans 18 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM We have... TRADES the others just, talk about! TERMS that suit you»i convenience! SERVICE that you can depen4 upon — always! COMPARE... SCHUITZ BROS. South Phillips Slreet ALGONA, IOWA Four farmers from the Depew area, six miles west of Fenion, narrowly escaped being buried alive when a 44' silo collapsed Tuesday afternoon. June 18. The four. Kenneth Daliam. Arnold Naig and Ben, Christiansen, scrambled to safety just in time as tons of clover mixture fell and covered the area where the men had been working. The above photo shows owner Dallam, white shirt and cap near center of picture, surveying the damage as several other men discuss various angles of the mishap. Wreckage of one of the four pieces of equipment damaged, an ensilage blower, can be seen to the left of Dallam. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) Swea Auxiliary Reports On Busy Season Swea Ciiy — One of the busiest groups in tpvyn is the American Legion Auxiliary. A review of its activities during the past year, tinder the chairmanship of Mrs Kenneth Kollasch, revenl-5 (hat the 100 members accomplished a great deal, especially in the fields of child welfare and community service. The reports of the various committee chairmen have recently been mnde part ot 'ho unit history by Mrs A. M. Kolhisch, historian. Among the unit's major activities are the sponsored child and the assigned child projects. Mrs Curtis Kluger is child welfare chairman. Among other highlights of the unit's activities during the year wns the March of Dimes. Members in a house-to-house collection raised $395 for the National Foundation, plus $37.75 from a bake sale. Mrs Jean Taguc is chairman for March of Dimes. She isi also in charge of the Poppy committee, which sponsored the'school poster contest. Community service activties during the year include the purchase of a new wheel chair, equipped with brakes, for use of residents free of charge; also purchase of a share in' the clinic fund; and initiation of the local study in traffic safety. Mrs Rena Haglund is chairman' of community service. The education committee arranged for showing two cancel- films at a unit meeting. Mrs Leonard Applequist is chairman of education. At Christmas each year baskets of fruit and candy are delivered to shut-ins, and a greeting card is, sent to servicemen from the area. Patients in veterans' hospitals are remembered with gifts and magazine subscriptions; they also benefit from the unit's participation in the Poppy program. The unit sponsors a delegate annually to Girls State, There are 15 .junior auxiliary members, and they held eight meetings, with Mrs Orpha Briggs in charge The girls helped wrap and deliver Christmas baskets to shut-ins, made gifts for the Woodward and Glcnwood institutions, and made a scrapbook of jokes for the veterans' hospital. Carnival Set At Whittemore In August The Whittemore community club decided to have a carnival there sometime in August at a recent meeting. The group also discussed possibility of manual control lights near the school grounds and selected vacant lots west of Presentation Academy as site for this summer's band concerts dur- ing the meeting. Bob Fleming served as chairman at the meeting in place of M. C. Swim, who has moved from Whittemore. 97lh At Cherokee, John McDonald, father of 12 children, has observed his 97th birthday. He's a native of Scotland. The first commercial telephone exchange was opened in New Haven, Connecticut on January 28, 1878. NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., > ENDS THURSDAY - "THE SPIRIT OF ST. IOUIS" Dan Lynch was taken ill Tuesday and was rushed to St. Ann hospital in Algona. THEATRE !Y - Thurs., Fri., Sat. One of the two fractals destroyed when fhe silo burst on ihe Dallam farm is shown above. Hardly any portion of the tractors escaped damage of some kind. The other tractor was split in two by the force of the falling clover when the sides of the concrete silo gave way. (UDM Ncwsfoto-Engravirit;; Dittmer went to camp at Okoboji, with a group from the Bancroft Baptist Church. Cletus Quinn spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn. White he was home they attended the Portable Miller picnic at Webster City. Mrs Joe Miller and Mrs Dave Weber visited at the Albert Trenary home in Corwith Sunday. Sunday Ralph Thompson returned home from the hospital Callers that day were Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion, Mr and Mrs Willa. .; Thompson and Jianily ,Mr and Mrs Jim ELsbcck- er ;.n<j iJaviil of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Jim Lon;;, Mrs Liilie Thompson mid Neva Thompson. Mrs Lula Bryson ana s borl ;;m! yranddau ,;iil or '.lrio.;duy on II'.v I. in;::. les ' Morris home Sunday for a surprise chicken dinner to celebrate Mr and Mrs Charles Morris' 48th wedding anniversary. Mrs W. G. Flaig spent ten days in Oskaloosa with her father, P. E. Lewis, and sisters, Mrs Cecil Quaintance and family of New Orleans, La., and Mrs Phil Nelson and daijghter, Patricia of Chicago. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and Linda went to Toledo to visit with Mr and Mrs Dave Hines Minnie Hmes of Algona wen* rdon.e. on their return trip they brought back Mrs Grace Ramus iu .iLt Hume m Algona. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family were suppei guests at the John Geitzenauci home in Fenton, Sunday evenin FRIDAY and SATURPAY (Daily Matinees Every Day — 2 P.M.) UNCUT ! UNCENSORED ! UNINHIBITED ! UNASHAMED ! The Most Intimate and Revealing Picture of All Time RECOMMENDED FOR ADULTS ONLY All Tickets 75c The first patent of a wireless telegraph was issued to Marconi by Great Britain in 189G. (At Approximately 10 P.M.) Rshr of CU;ndive, ?.!,)iil;.na vi-.uur; ..i .1:0 u.-i,:i.!n Kru. .i Friday cv. ning through SunJ;r. i eveni::;/, M/ and Mrs .'Iu.-!rr-iii j Krain-;:;-.-; of Minneap.'i;';;, .^-m ! Friday an! Sa;urd;;y, I\I.-- Dtirp.ui' Fi.-:cher'/ b'-Uher, Air- Sid PeUT^un and family of Audu- bi)!i, were er ;u!.-sts ut the Uehner Fischer home. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Delmer Fischer and Steve visited with the Owen Berhow home. Mr and Mi's Henry Schroeder and Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan attended the 30th anniversary of Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling at Whittemore Sunday. Martin and John Anderson of Union Grove, Wis. and Henry Anderson of Racine, Wis. were visitors Thursday evening at, the Milton Madison residents. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Samuel Hovey home in Badger. Thu Lone Rock Lively Rockets -1-11 Club met at Delmer Fischer.-; to do their sewing for the fair this year. There was a family gathering at Clear Lake SundaV, those present were Mr and Mrs Carol l.a.shbrook and family of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant and children of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Presthus and family of B; ncroft, Mr and Mrs Ha«' ' Prc-thus and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Joe Pr'i^thu- an:! family of Bancroft, and Mrs Anna Presthus. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Mrs Ed Blanehard and Mrs Gene Bkmchard and Susan spent the weekend at the Clifford Mueller home at Stanley. Wis. They attended the wedding of Barbara Ann Mueller .daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller and Joseph Stuttgen, ;:t St. Anne's Church in Stanley, Wis. on Saturday morn- ning. Joyce and Lois Jean Mueller returned to their home after a month's visit here. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and daughter Caroline and friend all from Gowrie were at the Char- Biggest and Best Yet ! SUNDAY - JUNE 30 - Come Ecr!y SCREEN: SUNDAY and MONDAY FACE TO FACE... AND PISTOl TO PISTOL... and they were brothers I HER8ERT ). 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Clever, wealthy and he's gel Ava I HIS BEST FRIEND ...He wants to share Ava-not his wealth I 1 ; In Color Ava GARDNER Stewart GRANGER David NIVEN in M-G-M's UTTIE HUT introducing Walter CHIARI (HfS OOF A CHUSM ON JtMM And Continuing Laff Week STARTING JULY 4th ''FUNNY FACE" FRED ASTAIRE - AUDREY HEPBURN - PIUS The Bowery Boys 'HOLD THAT HYPNOTIST"
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