The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1957
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LOCALS Mt and Mrs May &sok spt the weekend at Clinton with Mr and Mrs George Carmody, former Algonans. Mr and Mrs ftayinondi Kr*bs spent Sunday at Stanhope With Mr and Mrs Curtis Muth, former residents here. Bob Menke ef K«nt Motor Co., Algona, Iowa, recently completed a nine-day Ford truck sales workshop at Spencer. Mr and MM Ernest Hutchison had the letter's parents,'Mr and Mrs William Arnold of LaMar, Mo as guests last week. • Mr and Mrs Vaughn Hoover spent Sunday at Buffalo Center with Mrs Hoovef's parents: Mr and Mrs Albert Yegge. Mr and Mrs Richard Daiiman had as dinner guests Sunday Mr _. , Mrs John Dallman Jr., of Dickens. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs retman Heinen have had as guest their nephew Charles Heinen Jr., of St. Benedict who spent several days here. Mr and Mr* Leo Gardner, Ron* aid and Sharon were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Percival at their Okoboji cottage. Barbara Barton of Algona and Mary Kay Duffy of Washington, D. C. were supper guests. Thursday at the Clarence Met/ger home. Mrs Joe Lynch Sr. left Tuesday for Virginia, Minn., for a visit of ten days with her parents. She will be. joined there later by Mr Lynch. Mrs Alice Wernert and Chris Wernert have been visited by relatives Mr and Mrs Lewis Krebs and William Wilson, of Baltimore, Md. Mr and Mrs Robert Gushing are being visited by the letter's brother, Terry Freeman of Grand Junction, Colo., who will be here about.three weeks. Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau and family 1 spent Thursday and Friday at Iowa Falls with Mr and Mrs Alfred Lau, brother and sister-in-law of Leroy. Mrs Lyle Riedinger and sons, Donnie and Randy, left Saturday lo spend a week with her parents at Maryville, Mo. They will also, visit her brother at Kansas City. Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck, Doug, Lee Ann, and Gordy, Mrs Esther Helberg of Algona and Durwood Helberg of Oakdale, were Sunday supper guests at the Clarence Metzger home. Mr and Mrs George H. Johnson are expecting their daughter, Vera and family this weekend for a short visit. The Heils live at Bay City, Oregon and this is the first visit here in three years. Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer had as guests last week Mr and Mrs Alfred Olson and granddaughter, Pamela of Houston, Tex. They went from here to Madison, Wis., and will stop here again enroute home. Mr and Mrs John Schimmel drove to Spencer Sunday orirti visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dyrl Jones. They also attended the "glad" show which was attended by 1800 persons. Mr and Mrs Peter Gronbeck and Karen drove to Ruthven Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Dayton Sundahl. They brought home the. son Dan who had been speeding several days with his uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Carl Huichins were recently at Maple Lake, Minn., to visit their son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Carroll Hutchins. They brought home with them the granddaughter Carol Jean who is spending several days here. Mr and Mrs M. C. Thompson have returned from Sioux City and Vermillion, S. D. where they had spent from Friday till Sunday. At Sioux City they visited friends Mr and Mrs Clarence Best. At Vermillion they visited Mrs Thompson's mother Mrs James Hinchliffe and sister Mrs William Leahy and son Ricky who were there from Washington, D. C. Mrs Segrid Haggard has been visited by Mr and Mrs James White, of Des Moines. They also visited Mr and Mrs Dick Post. ,Mr White is an uncle of Mrs 'Post and Mrs White is a niece of Mrs Haggard. The Posts have as guests Mr and Mrs Maurice White, also of Des Moines, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs Post, and the mother Mrs Lillian White of Manila. Mr and Mrs Dick Post, Bob,. Rickie and Rex, Mrs Elizabeth Post, Mr and Mrs Maurice White, of Des Moines and Mrs William White, of Manila spent Sunday at the Okobojis where they met the daughter Joan Post who is at a camp there. They were joined at a picnic dinner by Mrs Bob Post, Susan, Kathy and Scott, of Topeka, Kan., who are spending several weeks at the parental Lloyd Scott cottage. Bob will join them in August. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler have had as guests the letter's sister Mrs Rachel Brown, of Des Moines and brother and sister- in-law Mr and Mrs Earl Hutchison, of Waterloo. Other guests who were here prior to that were Mrs W. L, Brown and daughters Deborah, Rachel, Pamela and Jennifer, of Washington, D. C. Dr. Dorweiler is making rapid recovery from repeat surgery at Rochester, Minn,, which was done several weeks ago. Mrs Mary Quinn has returned from the Okobojis where she had joined her family for a few days at the cottage of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst. Others there were Mrs Roland White of Honolulu, Hawaii, Mr and Mrs "Bud" Quinn of Washington, D. C., Mrs Peter Chubb and children, Jim, Linda, Mike and David of Santa Monica, Calif., Mr and Mrs Roy Christensen and Bob. Mr and Mrs Quinn have returned to Washington. Algona Family Of 4 Survives Terrible Crash A Malbur woman, Mrs John Schettkelberg, 67, was killed a«d eight other persons, including the Donald Kalahar family of Al- gofta, received injuries in fl two- car crash five miles east of Perry Sunday evening. Injured in the mishap were Donald Kalahar, 35, broken rib and bruises; his wife, Shirley, 26, back injury; and daughters, Sheryl, 9, and Patty, 11 months, cuts and bruises; John Schenkelberg, 66, husband of the woman killed, and three of his grandchildren, Barbara Noel, D e s Moines, and Vickie Koenig, 10, and Janie Koenig, 8, of Carroll. All received severe but not critical injuries, ^ The injured "Were taken to a Petty hotpilal and the Algona family is to be moved to a fott Dodge hospital as soon as possible. Schenkelberg's auto was traveling west on highway 141 and the Kalahar vehicle north on highway 169 at the time of the crash. According to a witness, Schenkelberg failed to stop at a highway stop sign at the intersection, the cars collided and both landed ih a field. All occupants of the Schenkelberg auto were thrown out. According to authorities, Mrs Kalahar is the only member of the Algona family who may remain in the hospital far any length of time. Mr Kalahar and the girls will be released soon, Mr and Mrs Lowell Samp have returned from Buffalo, Mo., wheje they visited the former's motfler Mrs Selma Godfredson. Mr and Mrs Paul Deltman were visited from Friday till Monday by relatives Mr and Mrs Harry Jones of Rockford, 111. Mr and Mrs W. C. Irelan are being visited by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Middleton and family, of Riverside, Calit Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe is leaving this week for Los Angeles, on a three weeks vacation and will visit relatives. She will entrain from Perry. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey drove to Perry Wednesday to meet their son and daughter-in- law Mr and Mrs Bob Muckey, of Los Angeles, Calif., who'will be here ten days. Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mrs Don Sjogren are going to Ames Saturday to take examination^ which conclude a series of lectures. A final lecture on the campus will precede the written test. -Mr • and Mrs Lloyd Haubach have been visited by'the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Roy Daggett of Clarion. Other guests have been their niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Ernest Abels of Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell were visited Monday by the former's niece, Mrs Earl Hull, her three children and father-in-law of Boone. Mr Hull who is employ- fed at Ames had his vacation last week. Julie Wallukait, daughter of Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait, of Humboldt is staying here with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait while the parents and Jane are at Omaha, Neb. Duane and Jane are under treatment for allergies by a specialist. Mr and Mrs Eugene Huichins and sons David, Rob and Richard have returned from a vacation trip to New York where they , August f, I»S» Algonn (la) Uppet Ptt visited Eugene's brother Paul and vacationed with MVs Herbst's parent?, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lacey at their summer horrre. family. They were accompanied home by their nephew Eugene who will spend the rest of the summer here. Mr and Mis Forest Twogood have concluded a visit here with the former's mother, Mrs M. P. Haggard and sister Barbara and other relatives anti left Wednesday for their Angeles. Calif. home at Los . . Mrs John Folh, Mrs Elfcabeih Post and Mrs Less Kenyon represented the local American Legion Auxiliary chapter st that organization's annual state convention, held Wednesday through Friday of last week at Des Moines. Maurice Bartholomew was taken to the Veteran's hospital. Des Moines last week having had a recurrence of a stomach ailment for which he had surgery several weeks ago. He is n6fc reported as resting comfortably and considerably improved. Joyce Riebhoff spent the past week at Kalona with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Calvin Tschetter. She returned home with them Sunday and the Tschetters are spending this week with their parents, the Joe Tschetters and Clifford Rieb- hoffs. James E. Sheridan of Chicago spent his vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs J, P. Sheridan Of 'Algona. James recently wrote; an article for his company's mag- ! azine which appeared in the July issue. The company is celebrating -its 30th anniversary. Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst and Lori have returned from Rhinelander, Wis., where they had Livermore Man Succumbs At 70 Loren Ellswoftti Holmes,' age to, retired ter, died at his home in LivTKf* more Saturday evening 1 at o'clock of a heart attack. He stricken two weeks ago. . Surviving are his wife, ftuby; one daughter, Mrs Eddie Reimefs of Fenton; and sons, De Verne Holmes of Livermore, and Chief Pharmacist Herbert Holmes of Norfolk, Virginia and six grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are in* complete pending wofd from Son Herbert who is at sea. Lindhart Funeral Home arrangements. is in charge of Harold Banwarts Vittt Mr and Mrs Harold Banwart of Adel and both native Algerians are here visiting relatives, including Harold's mother, Mrs George Banwart. Mrs Harold Banwart is the former Lois Colwell. Hat-old is a dentist and is practicing at Adel. He was a guest Monday boon at the Rotary club here. Plan Dollar Days Algona's retail 'stores are planning a mid-summer Dollar Days event for next Friday and Sat* urday, August 9-10. Watch for full details and bargains next week in the Upper Des Moines. If noise hi your home fe getting you down, here's the quick, easy solution: just put NU-WOOD* ACOUSTICAL TILE on your ceilings! This beautiful, predeco- rated tite goes up so easily—no fuss or muss. Attractive random* pattern drilled holes mak* Nu-Wood tile a favorite! BOTSFORD South Phillips St. LUMBER CO. CYpress 4-2619 Algona, Iowa !•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• nmmmmmmmmu^ Notice To Truck Owners Second Half Licenses Became Delinquent On August 1, 1957 Proper Licenses Must Be On Vehicles By August 15th. Rosella Voigt Kossuth County Treasurer SWART SAVfeMORE THE BIST FOR LESS KRAFT DELUX 4 KRAFT FRESH AND FLUFFY EXTRA 6005 MARSHMALLOWS 19C 14 oz, MISSION TOMATO CATSUP 2 14 oz. bottles 25e At Ray's Own Picnic Counter BRIQUETS 2 LB. BOX 235 FOR THAT EXTRA FLAVOR 1 LB. BAG OLD SMOKEY ^^ ^^. HICKORY CHIPS 39c SURE FIRE CHARCOAL LIGHTER PT. CAN 29<S VAN CAMPS PQRK& BEANS No. 300 Can 449 GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM 69 C GAL 2 . SALLY ANN ANGEL FOOD HERSHEY - 16 oz. can CHOCOLATE SYRUP 19* * FOR GOLDEN COOKING GOLDEN FLUFF 3 LB. TIN 89<S U. S. NO. 1 FANCY RED POTATOES 10 FROZEN SPECIALS SNOW CROP FROZEN PEAS S9C SUNKIST FROZEN LEMONADE. 5 for ••••••••^••••••1 WONDER FROZEN 10 OZ. PKG. Strawberries, 5 for 39* RAY'S FRUITS FOR CANNING CALIFORNIA Elberta PEACHES FROZEN Strawberries 30 Pounds WASHINGTON Bing CHERRIES mmmm FROZEN CHERRIES 30 Pounds PORK CHOICE END CUTS Lean CHOPS.... Lb. DES MOINES BLEACH.. Gal. GOOD HOT OR COLD Lean ROASTS.. Lb. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^"P^HPJM|§M(H HORMEL'S FOUR VARIETIES COLD MEATS.Jb. BACON Charmin, Colored or White 4 rolls TOILET TISSUE... 29C READY TO EAT Cana'n Bacon FRESH GROUND MIXTURE HAM LOAF SPRING CAPON TURKEYS

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