The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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!-Al0«n« (la.) Upper to Mdht* Thursday, July 4, AROUND ALGONA' At S*g« l*fi Sunday tor Boston, Mass, for a week's visit with his sister. **f aft* Mlt 1. f. Mildet and family returned Saturday from a Hveeks trip to California. of 8 tecal *siriftg club Wftdt to Eteffota City, Tuesday Wfiefe they met with alter ftlamp. Mt and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. and family went to Lake Okoboji on Saturday and are spending a month At a cottage, Mr and Mrt ft G. Clapton vent to Mittweapolis oft Saturday They remained overnight and returned home Sunday. Mr and Mr* Murray Mowers and family have taken a cottage at Clear Lake and are spending the month of July there. Harold Data* returned Friday Irom Iowa City where he was a patient at University Hospitals for txvo weeks following surgery. Mr and MM Harold Hobson and Mr and Mrs Harold Schumaker spent Sunday at West Union where they attended a family reunion. MM Fred Wegener, Mrs W .J. Sigsbee and Mrs Anna Bierstedt, the latter of Burl, were at Fenton Wednesday where they were dinner guests o.f Mr and Mrs Sam Warner. BUI Ressler has concluded a two weeks vacation from the Gamble store part of which was spent at Minneapolis where, with his wife and family he visited W[rs Ressler's sister, Mrs J. L. Oliver. They also spent several days at Humboldt with his parents, Mr and Mrs Floyd Ressler. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cece lia's church were Brian Neal, son of Mr and Mrs Oswald Thilges and Ella Rita, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Gallon. Mr and Mrs E. J. Ever* and Al Wittkopf were hosts at a dance Saturday evening at the Mooia^ lodge hall. The occasion was tn% Evers' wedding anniversary and Mr Wittkopf's birthday. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl had as their supper guests on Friday evening Mr Dahl's mother, Mrs Anna Dahl, Pearl Dahl and Mr and Mrs Albert Swansort of Swea City. Mrs JL I. Mawdsley look bar mother, Mrs Frfid Corey to Cedar Falls on Monday to spend the remainder of the summer with he* son-in-law and daughter, Mr ana Mrs IS. L. Rekers. "* Mrs Bob LaBarre and Sue, Charlene and Brian are spending this week at Keokuk where they are visiting Mrs LaBarre's parents, Mr and Mrs Chester Schouten. Mr and Mrs yernell Hardgrove were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Mcine and little son of Mankato. Mrs Meine is the former Kay Hardgrove*. Mrs R. B. Waller entertained at party Saturday in honor of her son Steve's eighth birthday which was earlier in the week. They attended a movie and went to the Waller home for games and refreshments. Guests were Tom Kain, Randy and Don Reiclinger, Bill and Leqnie Mcissner, Bruce Chapman, Duane Schipull, Larry Pratt, John Pratt and the honoree's brother, Jack. David Gerber was unable to attend. Transient Here Early For Ridiculous Days Honors for being the first visitor to town for the coming city- Wide 'Ridiculous Days' event apparently go to Oscar Q. Sontaire, ofittam Lake, Wisconsin, who arrived in Algona yesterday, saying he Wanted to be sure of getting a good 'curbstone seat' for the two days, scheduled hole for Friday and Saturday, July 12 and 13. ^xxx//^yxxxx/y/x/x//yxx/sy/y/x/x//x/yw/y^ FOR SALE t to settle John Reding Estate, the undersigned wilt accept sealed bids on the following described real estate, to' The East Half (EV 2 ) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section (T vyertty^ two .(22), Township Ninety-six (96^ :i North, Range thirty (36), West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa. Bids will be accepted up to July 8, 1957 McMAHON and CASSEL . ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE ALGONA, IOWA Mr and Mrs Craig Vififgft three children of Rock Rftf>idS. In the evening the Dahls accbfn^ftft- ied the visitors to Clfjfr fiftke where they visited Mr itfid Mrs Merle Pratt. Mfs Pratt is Mrs Dahl's daughter. Mr and Mrs Cugen* Schaltteh- neider entertained at a party on Sunday in honor of the ftttt birthday of their daughter, Sally Lynn. Guests were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Schattschneider and Darlene, Mr and Mrs Vernell Hardgrove and Peggy. Phyllis and Jack ;and Mrs Cliff Johnson and Kajfeft, Maxihe, and Beverly. When intervi'ewed, Mr Soitfaire stated that the fame of Algona's ' ' Ridiculous Days' spread up home area in northern Wisconsin, and that he made the trip here early so as to get plenty of the reported 'hot' bargains. » \ Commenting on Algona's hospitality, Sontaire said he fcad checked into the Lindhorst Hotel here, and found the accommodations excellent. He further stated he expects to be "out" for Ridiculous Days. Meanwhile Chamber of Commerce committee members, headed by Wes Bartlett, chairman, are putting the finishing touches on the event for next week. Mr and Mrs Russell Renlz had as their guests on Sunday, Mr Rentz' brother, Warren, his wife and son, Bruce of Constantino, Michigan. The visitors are spending the week with their, parents at Burt and a family reunion is planned for the 4th of July. ;-V . —o— Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and son, Bill have returned from a ten day trip to Colorado. The Doctor attended a medical meeting in Denver and they vacationed at Grand Lake. Dr. Bourne reports the horse back riding excellent in that'.area — if you're used to it! • < n»»»Q • i .. •-;'(, The regular monthly lun of St. Cecelia's ladies has been postponed to Thursday, July 11 because of the Independence Day holiday. Chairla**~» are Mrs Magnus Lichter and Mrs J. B. Manus Lichter and Mrs J. B. Winkle. —o— Mr and Mrs Ray Cobb arrived Monday from Santa Monica, Cal. for a few days visit with Mrs Cobb's mother, Mrs Lela Stewart and other friends and relatives here. They were joined on Tuesday by their daughter, Sharon Burdick who has been visiting at Cedar Rapids. Dick Dale Of Welk's Famed Orchestra, Here Mr and Mrs Dick Dale and their three year-old son. Rickey of Santa Mlm'ca, Cal. have been guests h^te at IHp home d ; Mis sifter, Mtetnarold Cowan, an 'rjis mother, M&s Ralph Campbe 1 of Serieca, dfijhg Dick's two tgteeks vacation from the famed rOJice Welk orchestra. 'Lafet 175 persons heard Dick te and t »f;| Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt of Ckaf i Lake. • i Speaking to the Kiwanis club he told of the feheariils and, tbji closely clocked schedtilet Wtikft the orchestra must maintain. Dick was presented a key to the city by Bill Finn, Chamber of Commerce president, and Bill Steele, secretary. During their vacation the Dales have also been visiting with friends at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Dale is a former Ayrshire, Iowa, girl, Moving Days Al Whittemore .Wbiliwnote — Saturday'was another moving da? in Whjtte- more. Mr and Mrs Stan Brotherton mdved their furniture Saturday to Blue Earth from the home they built several years agd and recently sold to Leo Mprman, who Vacated the Rus•sell Harris home which he recently bought from Merlyh Wegener who moved to Spencer-. Harris vacated the Vaudt house which Will be occupied by George Knorr. Mr find; Mrs D'on Cole vacated the, Schumacher apartment otrMaln weet anfl mooted to the Robert Finnell home wjiich they recently bought*., -'•'*- some of the details connected with producing A 'TV sl«w .such as the Welk organization pufS on the air. '* ; ' Tuesday* evening of last week Mrs Campbell entertained\ in hohor of the visitors, and Sunday they were 'guests at the Llbyd Pratt cottage at Clear Lake;., In Dick's high school days he played with a local group in jam Sessions that are still welltremem- bered. Other guests wereiMr and Mrs Ray Cook and Mr and 'Mrs Charles McVay of Algona, /and , '{Ffeftsofi' vacated- the George Meyer Jttbme flb : 'the !! n(Jrth part of Whit- -iemore arid mbyed to the Veroh- icia Slagle home. A large number of relatives from here and surrounding vicinity, morning attended services the Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Garner, where Rev. Edward Meyer, grandson of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., delivered the sermon. A dinner was served to the group in the church parlor. Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs fidfaf Heinrich and family of Fairmont, Mr and Mtt Harold Heinrich and daughtef. 3*rlfne, and son Duane, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heiittich, Mr and MM Hams and family, and Walter A. Meyer of here and Mr and Mrs Richard Biefrntedt and family of Rolfe. A picnic dinner was held in honor of Mr arid Mfs on their 40th wading anniversary. Relatives and neighbors of Mrs Ida Kuecker gathered at her horn* Friday afternoon to help Mrs Kueckftr celebrate her birthday. Those present were Mrs Richard Potratz, Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mrs Atthur Heidenwith, Mrs George Meyer, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mrs Harlan Balgemann, Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mrs Henry Wichtettdahl and Mrs Erwin Siems and Mrs William Meyer. Mrs Edward Grimes and children left Friday for Hubbardi where they attended a funeral Saturday. They 'returned home Monday afternoon. Mrs Alfred Bruhn and Mrs Richard Preston of Cylinder, Mrs Elmer Ruhnke of Lotts Creek and Mrs Mathilda Meyer were in Fort Dodge, Thursday where'the latter, Mrs Meyer went for a checkup. Ralph Sebers, accompanied by his mother, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, and grandparents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, and his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Ells* worth Heidenwith, drove to Union, Mo. Saturday morning, July 6, and will visit with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Martin for several' days in Union, Mrs Martin was the former Elda Lavrenz, daughter of Mrs Gustie Lavrenz In Algona. %t "Ilki Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and family were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. William Gade is confined to his home and under the doctor's care. Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton visited her sister, "Mrs Dora a«r<! dattgii- Mfl fJirl f» of Waterloo and Mfs Anthony iohse 6f Swea City visited at the home oi Mfs Frieda Zimmer- Frtdaf . Reiitim congregated at the home of Mr and Mfs Milton Espe, Wednesday evening of last Week. Present were Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and RoaeBa Voigt of Algona. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mt and Mrs Herrnn Voigt, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mrs Pearl Hanson and Mr and Mrs fillsWdrth Heidenwith and son Lf 16, on the birthday of Mrs Espe. MfS ftlyfh«ft<! f61j attended the wedding of Ru1 M. Bell, daughter Idinf of Mr and M Alfrl-d Bell of Whittemofe, a* WilBatt Ilbefl SOT oi Mf *f Mrs Afnle ElBeft 6f Algofl Thursday morning in St. Cecel Catholic Church. Urs Vofgt Wi the soloist. Plan Annual Meeting Directors of the Kossuth DH1 plan their annual meeting for tl rest of the members of the DHl to be held August 5 at Burt. IP If'8 SfJSWS — WE WANT 1 Mr and Mrs Fred Heinrich were Faulstich Thursday afternoon. This could be x quick claim service is vital! When you're in an accident there's no need to worry. Our representative will quickly settle your claims without red tape or fuss. Ask about our low-cost complete auto-coverage plan. CALL US TODAY JIM KOLP, Manager ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY IT'S BETTER TO HAVE INSURANCE and NOT Need It Than To NEED INSURANCE and Not Have It whywr Savings a<W w P affhese, ROUND OR SWISS STEAK U.S.Good 69c SWIFT'S PREMIUM PICNI .*«, w Fully Cooked ' !- (frf»l Effj'cftvi Frfdjy, Quantity Richft •-•• ' B-j) 2 ft. box Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Dahl's sen and daughter-in-law, Algona Implement Co. a nnounces • e t • ITS APPOINTMENT AS AREA DEALER FOR BLU STA gtJHSWEET BREAK?AST PRUNES ..,.. 6UPEEB SMALL WHOLE Green or Wax BEAKS i BOYAL j^p^ . 3 pkgs. 29c PUDDINGS ,i«t«t..> EOBB-EOS3 SUM-R-AID POWDERS 7 8UPEEB HALVES BARRETT PEARS PURE GROUND BEEF 803 PAH BOTEBB Royal Ann CHERRI« ^ SUPERB SLICED PINEAPPLE 8UPEEB OBUSRE9 PINEAPPLE HO, a CAN Ho. 9 QAM 29* 33' 29 1*' &MARK EQUIPMENT STAR" - the ONLY AlUMetal Poat With Hull Guflranteed for NINE YiARS I" OnDisplay , , . , I '_ *T OWI STORE NOW //binr CTAD// (To Our Knowledge) ALGONA IMPL. CO. COMMERCIAL STRUT STRAWBERRIES FRESH' FROZEN 10-oz. PKGS. BUDDING'S DRIED BEEF ULb. Pkg. 29c JUICY CALIFORNIA VALENCIA "*'" ORANGES DOZ. St <'•-:', NEW CROP RED CARDINALS LB. TOMATOES CALIF, VINE RIPENED ....... LB. PLUMS New Crop Santa Rosa Lb. 29c I CUCUMBERS Blue Bonnet Oleomargarine Lb. 19c Makes one quart QRANOE OR GRAPE FLAVORS DROMEDARY CAKE MIX Pkg. 2|c FINEST PORK & BEANS 16oz. can lOc No, 2Vi Can 19c WHITE IOAF FLOUR 50 Lb, Bag $2,91 Gerber's MHAIHIU voops VfQEUWI mint «t*5»r»

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