The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 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 18, 1957
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Thursday, July 18,1957 Thursday, July 18,1957 Phone CY 4*3535 - Your Newspaper SPEAKI TAKEN LEMONADE ELECTRICITY is your best hot weather cooler — that's right, it runs the air condition- keeps the TV going, turns the fan. and even makes the ice possible in that glass. All the cooling that makes an evening pleasant after a hot day can come through electricity and remember, its cheaper than ever to electricity today. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 AROUND ALGONA' Mr and Mrs Art Wtete spent the fourth of July weekend in St. Paul. ** —_n— ' % Mrs It, ft. Cowan has return* ed from Spokane, Wash, where she had spent a month visiting her brother, Sydney Smith. Mr and Mrs Russell fientt spent a recent Sunday at Lone Rock where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson. Mr Thompson had just returned from Esthefville Where he was a hospital patient. Mrs Henry Johannson was hostess to the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening of last week. Mr and Mrs Howard Stilitnan had as their overnight guests recently Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer, former Algonans how of Des Moines. Kenneth ftenken left Tuitday evening of last week by train for Milwaukee, Wis. where he attended an insurance underwriter! convention. He returned Sunday. SURE, I'M SATISFIED, as a man who's been well served, I ought to be. You should too, if you stop to think about it. Ever try reading a doctor's prescription of figuring out how to combine the proper ingredients in a capsule? It takes hard study and plenty of preparation to be able to do that, yet it happens every time we take a prescription to the pharmacist. ' Sure, I'm satisfied. I know where to find "just what the doctor ordered." THUENTE PHARMACY Phone CY 4-2528 OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH Mr and Mrs Bob Siasbe* and Bobby and Judy spent a couple of days of last week vacationing at Lake Okobojf. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hajdy and family spent the Fourth of July weekend at Kimball, M i n n. where they visted Mrs Hardy's sister. Mr and Mn Dick Sltayer and three children arrived Sunday of last week from their home in Nepsha, Missouri for a week's visit at the parental Glenn Strayers. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook are parents of a daughter born July 3 at St. Ann Hospital. She has been named Virginia Lee and she has two brothers, Greg and Doug and a sister, Barbara. —o— Mrs Claude Slagle has return* ed from Moberly, Missouri where she spent a week with her bus* band who is working on a Western Buyers project there. —o— Mr and Mrs Ray Cook went 16 Perry on Monday evening 'to meet their son, Don who Was ar» riving by train from California. He has been employed at Huntington Park and will resume his studies at the State University. Mr and Mrs Don All and fam- J ily of West Des Moines spent a recent weekend here with Mrs Alt's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Greenberg. The daughter, Sally remained for a longer visit with her grandparents. The following new members have been received into the First Presbyterian church: Mr and Mrs William Marshall, Mr and Mrs Richard C. Mawdsley, Mr and Mrs George Duvall, . Miss Ana Simpson, Mr and Mrs J. W. Klesath and Mr and Mrs Stanley G. Egel. Mari. five" year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert McCullough, is a patient at University Hospitals, Iowa City, where she underwent surgery last Wednes- uay for the removal of bronchial cysts. One of the two openings was to be closed and she will return to have the other 'treated al b later date. Mrs Ernest Anfinson and-daughter, Peggy of Carter Lake, Iowa spent two days here with Mr and Mrs Jerome Hardgrove Mrs Anfinson is the former Martha Lou Pelisek. They now have a family of two girls and two boys, the youngest, Teddy Joe having been born since they moved from Algona. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey had as their recent guests Mrs Muckey's parents, Mr and Mrs Julius Blinkman of Shakopee, Minn. The Muckey daughter, Nancy and Patty, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Price, returned to Shakopee with the visitors and will remain there until Sunday when the Muckeys will drive up to bring them home. Mr and Mrs Sid Dephouse and two children of Muskegon, Mich, were recent weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders. Jane, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Potter, spent last week visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Irvin Ogland at Fulda, Minn. Mrs Potter and Mrs Wilbur Reinders took the little girl to Lake Okoboji where she was met by Mrs Ogland. Patti Lynn, daughter of tor and Mrs Stanley Muckey, was nonoree at a party Tuesday afternoon of last week in celebration of her seventh birthday. Guests were Sherry Price, Rosemary Reinders, Jean Sigsbee, Shirley Heimers. Tina and Bill Obrecht, Sheryli Egli, Sandy Carr, Brett Bartlett Mike Hutchins, Cindy Heeren Mary Asa, Patty Jo Strayer Timmy Clark and Jackie Hard grove. Several Algona people attended a meeting of the Presbyterian church at Iowa State College Ames, last week. There were men's meetings, P.W.O. meetings and sessions for the Westminster Fellowship. Some of those attending were the Rev. and Mrs M. H. Brower and family, Mrs Fred Geigel, Mr and Mrs K. E. Kilsholm, Joe Skow, Daniel and Louise Skow, Barbara Reinders, Pam Waller, Maradee Lenz, Sandra Stephenson, Karen Schu- Itz, Cindy Hardy, Joyce Huenhold and Judy Reinders. New Episcopal Vicar The Friendly Store BIG TRADE-INS, EASY TERMS •* irr ' * GIANT 15 cu. ft. CORONADO 2 door Refrigerator-Freezer Fred Pannkuks Of Lakota Get Surprise Party Save over 100! 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Sfi OUR COMPIETB UNI * Beautify yevr home, shield it fram all weather, add to in valve with the armor-like pro* tectionpf HOMEguord Eerier, Utfi year* Icnger^standi «p ynder oil wegthtr. Eg*ily A9S •MP OAUON IXTIRIQR TRIM Hen-fading colon • Aft ««*>»y«w torn* • ** MMHt'li Quart • ' Guaranteed or Yw Money tack! 'Buy ON \rsm^ Your economy bam paint bvyl Made with'dwroble lojtle base and iron oxide red pigmentation to glvt bright red non-bleeding flnljh, Spray Enamel f^eg. 1,49 98< **» .Easy! Just shake and spray. Per* feet iob every time. Black and aluminum, (Colors at regular pr|«e» Paint Brush 2,49 V«|y« 100% Tyne» nylgn priitteTore tipped and flogged* vulcanised In rubber, laiy-grlp handle. 3", formulated for a thouwnd uie» < HOMEguard Alkyd DURAGLO Enamel •namel givei years Uavei inveotb fWih, F«r interior UM, / 919 Jlp Quail ALWAYS BETTER BUYS Af GAMBLES Mr and Mrs Fred Pannkuk, Lakota, were pleasantly surprised at their home Sunday afternoon, July 7, when relatives and friends came to help celebrate their 30th .we,dding anniversary. , ft. very pleasant afternoon was spent" and 'a delicious* v b\iffl»t unch was served. The eVent was jlanned by their, sons and daugh- ers-in-law, Mr and Mrs Merle 'annkuk of Los Angeles and Mr and Mrs Mrs Arlo Pannkuk of Fort Bliss, Tex., who have been visiting them the past week. Mr and Mrs Nelmer Lunneborg, parents of Mrs Arlo Pannkuk, and children of Minneapolis were also guests. The honored couple received many lovely gifts. Mr and Mrs Merle Pannkuk and ^son, Terry, left Monday for Los Angeles via El Paso to visit Mrs Pannkuk's parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Spence and family. Mr and Mrs Arlo Pannkuk left Tuesday for Fort Bliss after "a two week visit in Algona a.nd Minneapolis. The Reverend Mr Donald E. Baustion, above, assumed duties July 1 as Vicar of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Algona and Trinity Church, Emmetsburg. Mr Baustion is an honor graduate of Augus- tana College, Rock Island, 111., where he received the Bachelor of Arts degree. He was recently graduated from the General Theological Seminary, New York City with the degree of Bachelor of Sacred Theology. He is a native of Davenport. Mrs Baustion, formerly of Waterloo and a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College, has been a teacher of Speech Therapy in the public schools of Clinton. They will make their home in Em-f mesBurg. , Mr Baustion was ordained Deacon at .Davenport, June 8, and expects to be ordained Priest next December. Until December Mr Baustion will exchange services with the Rev. Mr Paul Goodland of Estherville on the fourth Sunday of each month at which times Fr. Goodland will conduct the service of Holy Communion at Emmetsburg and Algona. . •','.•• 83 Children Enrolled For City Handicraft Program The annual • handicraft program, sponsored each summer by ;he city playground commission, las a total of 83 children, ages 5-14 enrolled this year,' according GORED Lonnie Erhart, 64, was gored to death recently on a farm near Marion, where he was employed. Mr Erhart had taken a bull to the watering tank and the animal apparently became enraged and attacked him. , Assisting ob pf teaching the children var- ous type's -of handicrafts . are . Siri Yort6h, Linda Smith, Patricia Thompson and Ann Mikes. Classes are held from 9:30 to 1:30 a.m. Monday through. Frilay for six weeks. There are hree weeks more of classes and \ picnic supper and bike parade emaining. • Here are names of children en- oiled this year: Papier mache — Jim Bradford, J aul Watkins, Linda Seller, Ruth .egler, Randy and Donnie Ried- nger. Waste Baskets — John, Tom and Mark Snyder, Vickie, Ann and Paula Hardgrove, John and Jeff Gilmore, Don Courtney,, Kathy, Maureen, Mary Helen and Bobby Bestenlehner , and Janet Gillingham. ' ' Clay — Bobby Legler, Marcja Hinken, Rose Ellen Frideres, Lynn Norton, Ellen Crosby, Leslie Norton and Linda Frederick. Copper jewelry — • Sally Steele, Su3an Mouiton. Braiding — Barbie Dewel, Fern Hardgrove, Denny Legler, Pat, Dan, Dawn and Nancy Courtney, Glenn Tschefter, Mary Bray, Ann Shipley, .feyv'ahd- Mike UWc¥, Danny Bray, ; B r o b" • Bradford, MoCullpUght'. Eyelyn Fer- Linda Martin," " CihHy • ' d ,, Sheila , Fain. • ' guson, St^pJhenf on • Paintin " —Patty Bailiff t, 'JeahV-'Jof gensorj, Kathy Buchanan,. Bonnie Cook, Mike Bray, ,. Mary Gillingham, Billy, Lennie and Judy Meissner, Margaret and Jim. Schutter, Danny Bray, Tim Will; Laha Cook, Jill Welter, Jackie Lee ' Stevens, Bruce Olsen, Mari McCullough, Tommy Lane, Ricky, Slobe, Gary Nay lor, Barry Watkins, Judy Bickert, Paulette Slobe; Cindy Heeran, Conrad Graham, Charles Hardgrove, Lynn, Larhmers, Cindy Cowan, Marni Parrott, Becky and Tommy Black, Dave Kajewski, Dave Chubb, Cindy Potter and Max Laird. There is still time for any other children interested in handicraft to come to the classes and it is not: necessary they stay for the full two hours 'each day. . HONORED Rev, H. P. KXimpf, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church a|t Maynard, has been honored by his congregation on his recent completion of 45 years in the ministry. THE NASH RAMBLER All the Coinfortsiof Home With the fishing season under way, anglers are beading for their favorite le&es and streams in droves. These two Boortsraen find their Kombler ideal for their excursion since Its twin beds allow 'hem to sleep comfortably in their car, right beside (he lake. Air mattresses and slip-on window screens are available to make sleeping in Haiublers even more comfortable. Here the late sleeper is awakened with 'he aroma of bttt pancakes, cooked beside the car by his friend, ALGONA NASH SALES WALTER FUOSS, 1019 North Main Hmt AlfWO. lewo SERVICE w« jpM-^^U ^*^"P*pv

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