The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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I f Erdahl-Price Nuptials Held, Lakofa, June 15 ' Sharon ErdBhI - ™ d M ^ n and Mrs - o-ihl. and Rolx-rt Prior. S( , n ,,f Mr and Mrs Louis Price, were "h si S l Pnul ' s Luthpr « ch, Saturday evening. Jun 15. Rrv. L. R. Meinocke prirform- fd the double ring ceri-mony. LueJIa Prire, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Gary Spear was best m;m. The newly-weds went to Minnesota and Wisconsin for a shoit wedding trip. Robert recently returned from serving six months of military training and is farming with his father. Mrs W. D. Ley attended a Presbyterian Leadership Training School at Storm Lake this week! Carolyn and Timothy accompanied their mother and will attend classes under the supervision of the teachers of the school. Mrs C. C. Gr-rzema was hospitalized Fiiday until Sunday of last week. Maynard Hertzke was released from the hospital June 18. Terry Spear was painfully cut and bruised when he fell from his bicycle to the pavement in Mam street Saturday. One of his glasses broke cutting around the eye. Mr and Mrs Ray Hertzke returned June 22 from a two week vacation to Florida. They visited in Miami with their son Keith stationed at the Marine Air Base. The Presbyterian Manse was moved from Lakota Wednesday by Paul Henricksen of Swea City to a farm wrst of Swea City belonging to Mrs Fern Peterson. •Construction of a new manse will begin in the near future. In the meantime Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse are living in the apartments over the post office. Mr and Mrs Max Bierstedt have returned to their home in Burlingame. California, after a visit with the former's parents. Linda Koppen and Carmen Cook attended Presbyterian Camp at Okoboji last week. The Mesdames C. C. Gerzema, Greta Stecker and Jerry Heetland attended the guest day of the Algona Presbyterian Women Thursday afternoon. Mr nmi Mrs J. E. Ukcna returned Wednesday night from a trip to M.chigan. They left last Friday and on Sunday heard their son Paul sing in "Pajama Time" with a summer Stock company. Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder nave received word of the birth of a /i, p OU nd baby girl to Mr and Mrs Joe Van Puyvelde at Detroit. Mich. The baby has been named Lorna Kay. Mrs Van Puyvelde is the former Diane Schroder. Mr ,md Mrs Raymond Smith and Robert of Fort Lauderdale, *la are visiting the former's mother, Mrs Ida Smith. Robert graduated from the Fort Lauder- dale high school in June, Mr and Mrs Howard Mayne of Long Beach. Calif, were' overnight guests of Mr and Mrs L. A. Nitz. They are visiting relatives at Ledyard. Mrs Robert Clemans and daughter Roberta of Albany. Ore. are visiting her mother. Mrs Emma Smith. Mrs Guy Beemer has returned from Des Moines where she visited her father and step-mother and assisted in the care of the latter who was recently brought home from the hospital. Relatives received word of the tragic drowning of Larry Baum, 20. of Flint, Mich.. Sunday Thursday, Juty 4, 1957 Algona (fa.) Upper to* Moln«t-J Larry was the son of Mr and Mrs Art Baum and ?i grandson of William Rnum of Laknta. As yet his body IK-IK not been recovered. 2 Algona Scouts To Valley Forge Two Algona Boy Scouts. Robert Percival and Ronnie Tsc.-hetter. embarked on n tour of the east, and a camp-out at Vnllev Forge Tuesday. July 2. The pair left from here to Fort Dodge for n three-day indoctrination course then will leave from there with 35 other Scouts from the state by bus on a trip which will take them to several air bases, Niagara Falls, Albany, New York City, whera they will take in a National League ball game, Washington, D. C. and to Valley Forge for a camp-out from July 12-19. They will then embark on the return trip, planning to arrive here July 23. CJDM Classified* Pay ENJOY THE OUT-OF-DOORS FLATTERING Fowler Vacation FASHIONS KIDS' BACKYARD PICNICS Origin Of The HOT-DOG • Drive Safely • Slop & Stretch" Regularly • Slart Looking For Over-Nlte Accornodations Early AND Don't risk cash-take TRAVELERS CHECKS ! • Famous Catalina "Calypso-Styled" SPORTWEAR SWIM WEAR See The Imported Madras Outdoor Fashions — a Romance of color for Out-Of- Door Funl Scads of Flattering - Fun- Fashions For Misses, Mothers and Daughters at — If Mom doesn't have the time, when the kids shout: "WE want a picnic", let them do it themselves. Here's how: Give them a supply of paper plates and cups. Provide a small table and chairs Take a quick poll on what kind of sandwiches, then set out the makings. A store-bought cake and milk round things out. Child psychologists say it's smart to let the kids perform household chores — and here's a labor of love. When the food is prepared, suggest that the kids ask their young friends to come and share the treat. They'll b e especially proud because they've had a hand in preparing it. Have the kids clean up afterwards also. ®y&y®&x^^ STOP: at Hall-Strahorn! GO: For Fun Out-Of-Doors! We prepare Travelers Checks for you in any amounl fn°V*L f0r wiY«r^V} 1 .f Che ^ ks in 2 ny denomination, and in a clasp bill-flod folder. You endorse them when you cash Ihem. They are acceptable ANYWHERE. If lost, your money can be recovered. It's the ONLY safe way to take money with you on a trip. Before you go, stop in ! Safe — Confidential — Accomodat mg IOWA « -TAT IS All Deposits Insured Up To $10,000.00 PAGIHG PICNIC PLANNERS CAPTURE PICNIC SCENES HERE YOU'LL FIND: Barbecue Equipment Picnic Table Needs Fitted Picnic Baskets Lanterns, Knives, Hatchets Fishing Tackle - Boat Needs and a score of more of all .the Other Things You Need) Hall-Strahorn Hardware According to historical records, the "Hot Dog" originated at the Lousiana Purchase Exposition held in St. Louis in 1904. Two vendors, Sigmund and Otto, were selling roasted sausages — but the savory dogs came off the fire so hot the customers had to eat 'em off a fork — with the result that Sigmund kept losing forks. He decided to distribute white gloves for eating them, but away went the gloves, too. Enter Otto with an idea — to tailor up a bun to be a wrapper for the hot dog. This he did, and the partnership of Sigmund and Otto prospered, and brought into being a national favorite, the "Hot Dog." ^®^^&&8&®^^ * * * Holiday * * * Refreshment Headquarters LARRY'S RECREATION Open 7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. ON 4th OF JULY Take a 1 "'picture stpry" of the picnic or outdoor frolic- start with the scramble to get in the family car, a shot of Dad as he broils the steaks, the small fry munching a big slice of water- g melon, Dad snoring under a big tree. Take the pictufes informally, unposed, and you'll have an exciting and fun-making pictorial record of the day's events. Outdoor Equipment Headquarters Hamburger fans are usually content With buns, onions mustard -•J^^ t ^^^»$&^i»^^ i ^ ' —-~" g pfr^xM laid, ban — put on patty, put another patty on top, grill slowlv Cheese Center 'Burgers - place grated Cheddar cheese arid prenar ed mustard on one patty, put another patty on top and grill slowlj" BARBECUE GRILL Regular $9.95 Value Spacious 22-inch firebowl guaranteed 3 years. Fold-up legs. Grill adjusts. 104BS. CHARCOAL 98c MORNING PICNICS What is so rare as a wide- awake person on a sultry morning—especially if it is a holiday'' It's fun then to be a bit lazy so plan a late breakfast, picnic- style, in the backyard, or take off for the park. Be sure to have your outdoor cooking stuff with you , First, some ready-to-eat junior size cereal, perhaps honey-flavored to the whole family's taste. Cereal tastes swell out-doors with juicy .strawberries or blueberries. While that is being enjoyed, the bacon and eggs are sizzling — but for something different make bacon rolls, easier to eat and delicious out-doors. Coffee — hot or iced —• and of course, a plastic jar of cold juice. Have The Right Equipment • For Out-Qf-Doprs Enjoy. f ment - See Us For Fishing Tackle, Boat Equipment, • Camping Gear, Barbecue Needs, Etc. WESTERN AUTO STORE Harry Ireland, Owner HIT VACATIONERS! SEE US FOR Kodak Film BEFORE YOU LEAVE ... fast, uxpuri finishing, too Big selection of cameras for snapshots, color slides, movies RUSK DRUG CAMERA CORNER TRY OUR "033? ^ A A..JL-w- film developing service »xp«rt finishing at low, l«w prices. CCHOR and &UCK-AND-WHITE FREE HOME DELIVERY ON CASE LOTS Every Evening at 5 P.M. i Holiday Specials ! SCHWEN'S ICE CREAM. Choice of Flavors. Half-Gallon ____ . _________ $8c PEERLESS BEER ... ,Qts 34c 6-Pack Bottles 78c Case of 24 Bottles 3.93 All Other Brands at Popular Prices SOFT DRINKS — ALL KINDS At Popular Prices PHONE CY 4-4238 Larry's RECREATION PICNICS ARE FAMILY AFFAIRS Dad organizes the charcoal, lighter, and other fire accessories, brother and sister assemble the charcoal stove, long forlse, Mom fills the picnic basket and the refreshment cooler. ' the orders, smd all Join in with the various tastes — i$ "family

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