§~Algeno (lo.) Upptr On Mo!n« Thurtdqy, July It, IAST* ALL EXPENSES PAID FOR' TWO "PAWDQN Ml . . IS THIS DIAMOND'S 'NEW HOME'?" Diamond's Speshuls! ,Fer TUdiKolu* Daz*' - Friday & Saturday BELIEVE IT OR NOT, FOLKS . Regular $1.50 LONG TIES Regular $1.00 BOW TIES ELECTRIC LANTERNS - flashes red and makes white lite __— 49e BINOCULARS FOR KIDS - fits right over kid's ears but good __. ;" 29c TRUBLE-LITE wit' 25-ft. exten. cord. _— — $1 WORK GLOVES, wort' 20c pair 19c BUSS BEDDING, keeps worms and other worms alive , 93c MENS T-SHIRTS, reg. lOc each 3 for 98c 5-FT. GLASS FISHHM' ROD, 2-piece $1 MENS SHOES DRESS OXFORDS. LOAFERS Try,'Em On Yerself For Size — But Kum & Grab 'Em Qwik OUTSIDE WHITE W-o-W This Is Nuts . . We Suppose Phil Diamond Thinks This White Space Is FREE ! But It Ain't! We're Chargin' Him For It ! RIDIKALUS DAZE U- KNOW * EAST TO SEXTON KOME IN & REGISTERl! tedyard Class Of 1947 Has Reunion; 11 Present Ledyard — Sunday the Ledyard Ulass of 1947 had a reunion at the Legion hall in Ledyard. A picnic dinner was held at noon for 11 members of the class of 18 and their families present. Those attending were: Darlene Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and son Craig of Whittemore; Norman Logeman; Mr and Mrs Orville Beenken and two children of Swea City; Patricia Farrow; Mr and Mrs Eldon Larsen, Ledyard; Doris Estle; Mr and Mrs LaVern Thompson and two children of Elmore; Darlene Berhow; Mr and Mrs Don Knedler and 2 children of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and family of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Carlyie Engelby and family, Ledyard; Mrs Engelby was Georgia Dooey, also a member of the class; Wilma Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Orville Muller and two children of Whittemore; Geraldine Manthei; Mrs Milton Robertson and Sheryl who have been spending the winter and spring here while Mr Robertson is in service. After a picnic dinner letters were read from the absent members of the class and the class will and prophecy of ten years ggp y^g read- lumbers not present were Eugene Blcme who is married and has two children and is living in Via Uuys, Calif.; Robert Dyer wuh his wife and son are living 111.; Veronica Rot- Is i» Waukegon, 111.; of Dodge Center, „ ,ine SuJJivan who is Nehptte and lives in - •—•"' Haag who is and lives in .1., §»d Yernon ID Spenjrd, Alas- the E. an<J rch with Mr« Art Birthday hymn was for Mrs Keil, Mrs Jay Blome and Miss Swartz; Reading by Mrs Marvin Junkermeier followed by prayer by Mrs John Kramersmeier; Duet by Betty and Evelyn Swartz; Solo by Mrs Leo Willadsen; Reading by Mrs Herman Goetz, Jr., Doris Goetz and Ruth Ploeger. Has Cataract Operation Sunday Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan went to Mankato where Mr Sullivan entered St. Joseph's hospital. Monday he had surgery on his eye for the removal of a cataract. Brandt Reunion * '* Sunday, June 30th a Brandt family reunion was held at Blue Earth. Those attending from this area were Mrs Martha Schroeder and daughters Karen and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder. and son of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and son of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Brandt and family, Mr and Mrs Art Brandt and family from Elmore and Mr and Mrs Wejdon Brandt, Mr and Mrs Wayn^ Jorgenson and Mrs Fofgreen and Mr Frank Diem of Swea pity The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr$ t. A. Carpenter with Mrs P. A. Carpenter as assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Marvin Morris and son Michael from Neuton- were guests July 4th in thje Albert Barnes home. Mrs Morris was the former Sally Jo Stubbe, M« E4ith Bmeh returned home Sunday from Iowa City where she had beer» attending for three week a Vocal and lie* mentary School workship. Mr and Mrs Fred Putfon and Ellsworth attended & Corderman reunion at Humboldt on Sunday. Mr and Mr« 8, Q. fogtr*o» and family from Louisiana are for JfYeral day? Pi m iUter, Mrs Beverly Bashara who has been attending summer school at Humboldt completed her work there on Friday. Barbara Schroeder who spent the last week visiting at the home of her sister and family, the Wayne Cade's at Whittemore returned home on Sunday. Mr and. Mrs Thomas Mitchel and daughter returned to their home in Le Mars on Sunday after a weeks vacation spent at the parental Cecil Black home. Their son Tommy remained for a longer visit. Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and sons of Waterloo spent the 4th at the home of Mrs Marie Halyer- son and Marvel. David remained for ; 'a longer v,isit.' i" Jack Lynch who had major surgery last week was able to come home on Wednesday. ; Mr and Mrs William-Wiemer and Deanna have spent the past Wee.l£ over the Fouwh at Arnolds Park, Mr Wiemer ; drove back each day to be at the bank. Natalie Hardt, who has been visiting friends in Minnesota, stopped at home Sunday to visit her mother and her brother Quentin and wife and baby who were here fpr the weekend from Ames where he is attending summer schools. She will be home this week to spend the rest of the summer wjth her mother Mrs Zilphy Hardt. Mrs Murl Jorgenson and daughter Carol returned Thurs T day after spending two weeks in St. James. Mr and Mrs Frank Jacobs of Sterling, 111., came Friday to visit at the home of Mrs Ida Darnell and her children in this community. On Friday they all went to Mankato to see Fred Trouth, who is in the Jmmanuel Lutheran Hospital. Mr and Mrs Ray Jocobson and family of Case Grande, Arizona, are spending a vacation visiting at the Perlen Jacobson home here and with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Christy Hinrichsen came home on last Saturday from Missouri- Mr Hinrichsen went back on Sunday but Mrs Hinrichsen remained here. Mrs Elsie Lloyd and daughter Shirley of Qlin have been here the past week visiting her sisters and their familie berg, Mrs Alvin Johnson. , at the gwea •s Fred Sel d and ,Mvs enjoyed 3 ity park m RayMcWhorter Again A Proud Grandfather Ray McWhortr-r is a grandfather ;i«;iin. He receivt-d a call Monday morning from the Thomas Johns of Hanover, Ind., that they had become the proud parents of a babj girl that morninc weighing 7 Ita. and 13 02. The Johns have two other children Tim and Mike. Mrs Robert Moore of Burt and Mr? Ray Fitch attended a dinner Wednesday at the Hugh Raneys' in honor of Mrs Forest Carry o.l Sioux City. Mrs Carry is an aunt of Mrs Fitch's. Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan family of Fenton and Mi- Mrs .Harold Becker were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Trenary home. Richard Dugan of Estherville is spending a week with his grandparents, the Tom Trenarys and the Jesse Dugans. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch were Sunday dinner guests at the For- Stiltz home at Livermore and and and rind afternoon callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Skilling of Irvington. Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler of Swea City. Linda Gamble of Des Moines artel Lulu Ringsdorf of Burt were Sunday supper guests ,it the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf drove to West Union Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs Rings- dorr's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Leon Laton. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Kore.ne and Judy. Mr and Mr.s (leorge Hix, Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and family of Whit! emore, Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen and family, Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch and Harlan and Mr and Mrs Jack Weiland ( were picnic supper guests at the Harold Fitph hcme at Remvipk in honor of Mr and Mrs Henry Wolf and Clarence Wolf o'f Bottineau, N. D. "Dad worked for 18 years to keep the wolf aWay. Then daughter up and married one, and brought him home to stay." TYPING PAPER, 500 SHBETS 8& x 11, only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Only 6 June Accidents, Algona June was a good month, accident-wise, according to Police Chief Al Boekelman, who reported Monday only six /accidents were investigated in the city during June's 30 days. Damage to vehicles amounted to $987.91, and property damage was $54.75, compared with May's record of eight accidents and $1776.63 damage to vehicles. "It's still far from perfect, but improvement is being shown here in Algona," said Boekelman, who, with other officecs indicated a'wish for a perfect, no-accident July. Injury To Eye We»ley — Ray Becker wears a patch over his right eye as slivers of steel injured the eye while he was operating an emery wheel at his farm home last Friday. Mammoth Cave became a national park in 1926. Alexander the Great lived about 300 years before Christ. Police Auxiliary Installs Officers of Algona's chap* fef of ihe Police Auxiliary Association, who were installed during a ceremony ai the Johnson Mouse June 13, are shown above. Left to right, are Mrs Joe McBride, secretarytreasu'rer, Mrs Al Boekelman, vice president, Mrs Richard Groen, president, and Mrs Leo Alstot, Mason City, who presented the local organization with its charter. (UDM Engraving) Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper t4H^^&8$tt^3£38&^^ HE'S DOWN OUT OF THE HILLS FOR AT — and Is Kowboy Ed Krazy ? ? ? LOOK WHAT HE'S GONNA DO! © Gonna Sell Everything From Water Closet Seats to Clothesline Rope and Goose Feathers at Koast-To-Koast Friday & Saturday! ® Gonna Give Away Free Wigs So's You Can Let Yer Hair Down But Good This ' Week-end! 9 Gonna Give Away Free Baby Buggies To All Bachelors Over 90 1 9 Gonna Crack the Price of SNOW SHOVELS Wide Open . . . 'Cause It's Gonna Snow For Sure! 9 Gonna Have a Wagon-Load of Junk and Stuff Out on the Sidewalk For You To Paw Through! • Gonna Have The Koast Gang All Dressed Up Fit to Kill - and Who Knows? SO — Kum To Town and Ride The Range With Kowboy Ed I Shop At KOAST FOR THE Red-Hot "Safe!" IGet The Point?) ST to KOAST STORE * |M>Known As "OCEAN.TQ.QC-AN" and_"TOP-TO-BOTTOM|'
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