The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 5
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Invifalional Golf Me*l Young Sondra Anderson of Fort Dodge walked off with top honors at the annual Ladies Bay invitational Golf Tournament ai Algona Country Club with an 18-hote total of 79. Miss Anderson's total was 14 strokes under the next best total of 93, by Lorain Smith of Algona. Ann Slagle of Algona and Ethe! Ludke of Blue Earth, Minn, camt it! with 94s, Helen Ferris .of Algona and Mrs Fred Gordon, Belmond, Louise Hanson and Doris Leoman of Fort Dodge got 95 tc round out the 18-hole chainpiofi- ship flight. Kathleen Griffin of Algona Was low for nine holes with a 47, while first flight winner war Mabel irelan of Algona with a 61. First flight winner for 18 holes Was Glee Gartzke of Blue Earth with a 110. Other ladies who competed were Henrietta Nasby, Arlem Miller, Vivian Hagen, Pat Ferris Dottie Greenberg, Jennie Tayloi and Mrs Jim Kolp of Algona. Lola Owens, Bli;»> Earth, June Bartlett, Hallie Garth and Mildred Meyer, Fort Dodge, and Marie McDonald, Emmetsburg. A noon' luncheon and cards were also featured during the day. .Larson Reunion The annual Larson reunion was held at the Fairgrounds in Algona, Sunday, Aug. 4. Mrs Hattie Larson, 90, of Algona, and Mrs Anna Larson, 88, of Fort Dodge, were the oldest members present. Relatives were in attendance from a wide area. The next meeting will be held the first Sunday in August, 1958, at Blue Earth, Minn.' L. H. Larson was named president of the group for the coming year, and Mrs Eugene Norland, Frost, Minn., secretary-treasurer. Bible Class Meeting The Bible Class of the" Congregational church will meet Thursday, August 8, with Mrs Pearl Potter for a 1:15 o'clock dessert luncheon. A fine program has been arranged by Margaret Durant.. Harry Studer, Wesley, Wed To Colorado Girl Wesley — Harry Johnson Studer, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph M. Studer, and Nancy Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh Angus of Colorado Springs, Colorado, were married June 30 at the Pauline Chapel, Colorado Springs. The bride wore a gown of tulle and a brocaded satin jacket with a three point waist length tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of eighteen White roses with satin streamers. Mrs Edwin Dietrick, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The groom's brother Roger Studer was best man. The bride was given in marriage by her father. ^ A reception for the bridal party, friends and relatives was held at the Air Force Base NCO Club. . .The bride is a graduate of Colorado Springs high school and is employed at the Alexander Film Studios. The groom completed his studies in the University of Paris and the Gregorian University of Rome, where he received his degree. Mr and Mrs Joseph Studer, Joan, Roger, Tom and John of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Frank Wellik of Britt attended the wedding. , . The young couple^ spent their honeymoon at Bemidji, Minnesota, and Lake of the Woods and Ontario, Canada. They visited the H l 'S°!?' s P are " ts her e where a reception was held in their honor. (UDM engraving) Guesls of Meyers Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer had as guests Saturday the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Tapper and daughter Nancy and Kay Geeder of Vinton, Bob Lindgren, a college friend of the Meyer's son Benjamin, of Marathon and Joann Thomas, of Storm Lake. \ Bob sang a vocal number and Benjamin spoke at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Benjamin is a theological student at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, and has completed his third year there. Other guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Meyer were Mr and Mrs James Reed and daughter Mar- len* of Cedar Rapids, brother-in^ law ahd lister of Mrs Meyer ahi 3. A. Klooster. Party fattwell party was giveft i* evening at the 1m- mafttiel Lutheran church at Letts dftefc fof Mrs George Wolter wfcfc Wflh h*f husband is moving t& Florida. Eight tables of Court Whist were Hi play and pi-tees werft won by Irene Reinhart, high ana Lallf& Pijahn, low. Mrs Wolter was presented Witn a farewell gift. Mr ahd Mrs C. S. Shipler of Burt announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Shir* ley Ann to Stanley M. Sorensen, son of Mr and Mrs Anton Sorett* sen of Algona. The ceremony will take plate on September 15th at the Good Hope Methodist church. Trail Ride Held" Algona Bit & Spur clubmen* joyed a trail ride Sunday after* noon, August 4 with 35 members present, After the ride a picnic lunch was served. Hosts At Dinner : Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas had Mr and Mrs Warren Godden, Mr and Mrs Jess Lashbrook and Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson as dinner guests Saturday evening. Vitzthums Have Family Reunion Wesley — Janice Vitzthum and Jane Smith of Washington, D., C.' came Friday morning by plane for a week's visit in the parental George Vitzthum home. The seven sons and the three daughters of Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum and their families enjoyed a picnic at the parental home Sunday. Those, who attended were the Gaylon Vitzthums, Wesley; Geo. Vitzthums Jr., Irvington; Tom Vitzthums, Laurens; Lou Vitz- thums, Pontiac, 111.; Luke Young- wirths, Wesley; Dennis Vitz- thums, Sheldon; E. N. Kaloplos- tos, Mankato, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum and Mike Vitzthum of Wesley and Grandma Ella Dolan, (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Kitchen Bums Fatal For Elmer Potter Last rites for a well-known resident Of Algona, Elmef C. t*oi> ter, 74. Were held Monday at ? p.m. in the Methodist church with Rev. N, M. Goughenour of» ficiatiftg, Burial followed at Rivervtew cemetery. Mt£ul* lough's Funeral Ch§pei was Its charge of arrangements. Pallbearers Wfife JDwiaht, MurJ and James Potter, Ronald Fraser and Donald Stiles, Mr Potter died at St. Anfl hospital Thursday. He had beeft a £aHeht since suffering bilfng to his chest, an arm and shoulder while Starting a fire at home at 0 a.m. July 24. His health had teen poof since 1953, Elmef C. Pottef, son of Lauren* and Martha Pottef, was born April 1, 1883, here. He was married to Eleanor Ffaaet 1 in Algona Dec, 6, 1908, three years after the death of his first Wife, the former Florence Southwell, and an infant daughter.: Mr and Mrs Potter farmed for many years before moving to their present home on west McGregor street in 1953. Mr and Mrs Potter observed their fiftieth wedding anniversary last winter. Besides his wife, Mr Potter is survived by a daugh'ter, Martha (Mrs Victor Applegate), Ames: four grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; three brothers. Ben Potter and Dr. L. R. Potter. Algona, and Dr. L. D. Potter. Storm Lake; and two sisters. Ruby (Mrs Albert Kahn), Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Ellen (Mrs Ray Minor), Humboldt. Three children preceded him in death. to Vettians tfostHtftl ift DCS MAJftts, luly 16. Mrs- CarfbH accompanied him on the trip and Mrs ViAcent ESSer drove $r taff&ir* car. Mft Carroll came Bom* later thtt «Veftifi|. July 21, 195? Mrs Carroll add granddaughter Olorii Richardson went to DCS Molftes. Mr Carroll was eStfefftely Worse ahd Mrs Carroll staged at th» hospital With Mr Carroll fof the week. Her grahddaUghtei 1 returned home that afternooft. (Mrs Al Smith and wife drove Mrs Carroll to Des Moihes arid accompanied Miss Richardsoh home). On July 28, Gloria Richardson and her aunt and uncle from Algona Man Has Heart Attack Hugh Carroll suffered a heart attack on Monday morning, July 15, at about 4:30. After receiving local medical aid he was taken Augutf 8, Afgena (la.) Upper D«« MoJn««- 1 Burl Arete Id fies MoindS. As Mr Carroll was somewhat better Mrs Carroll returned hottte for the wj»fk, Mfi CJtroll Is re* ttS-fftd tef fcnothef wetft Sunday, Aug. 4 .• Doctor have informed MM Carroll that Mr Gal-roll has a blood clot around his Heart and that it will be si* weeks or more before he is allowed to get around. Several friends have Informed Mrs Carroll that her husband, is improving each day, Mr and Mrs Carroll wish to thank all the many friends that sfeBt cards ahd letfetf fof theif Kindness in thlf tioru Taken To Hfttpital August Kirschbaum, about 82. a garage owner at Sexton foi many years, was taken by ambulance to Iowa City hospitals for treatment el hardening of the arteries. His wife accompanied him. TYPING PAPEft, 606 SHUNTS 8^ x 11, only 88c at the UPPER DBS MOINES Office Supply '•- -.-"— . .1 . ----S -if- J- • . -. KpaBX! «.i DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL ot tin CNMSCHUES STOKE Here's an event every well* stockinged woman will be inter* ested in-the annual BERKSHIRE HOSIERY SALE. This year it bring* new, fre«h stock of really WANT* ED NUMBERS. Berkshire! has outsold all our other\hosiery lines and we proudly bring this unusual value for DOLLAR DAYS. Remember, size ranges are complete and these are ALL NEW FALL COLORS. T5-60 Twin Thread regularly 1.50 for 1.19 Sheer Seamless without heel 1.50 for 1*19 Sheer Seamless with heel 1*35 for 1.09 Buy with full confidence that you are getting the best hose on the market for a special price. The Chrischilles Store X LITTLE ADS THAT DO A BIG JOB - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS - Large Assortment Children's Sportswear 2 for $1 Shorts, Shirts, Tee-Shirts, Bermudas FOWLER on $1 Days - FINAL CLEARAWAY - Odd Lots of Canvas Casuals — Flats — Straps — Summer Wedgies Out They Go At An All Time Low KIRKS SHOE STORE They Don't Make Them For a $1 But Used AIR CONDITIONERS For As Little qs 99.95 ALGONA REFRIGERATION This Coupon Worth lOc on 12 ORANGE DOUGHNUTS If you forget the coupon, come in anyway FINNS BAKE SHOP CMP THIS COUPON -. Buy One fl*4B Coupon will be GALLON PAINT $ • Worth DOLLAR Any of 22 Colors On Another iM>< COAST to COAST BIG SAVINGS on Willat Finest Quality MAGIC RAIN PERMANENT* Must See Hair for Price Lotion is Sprayed On. TWIN-CO BEAUTY SALON 20 PAIRS ONLY SHOES $1 & $198 — Tafce Your Choice — Shifts Shoe Store One Rack Only — Ladies and Children's *- - • BLOUSES - DRESSES SKIRTS - SPORTSWEAR ELVA and JESSIES — Always a dollar's worth ~ The Waldron Cafe — Air Conditioned — Have Lunch There Today NAVACO Metal and Plastic Awnings as low as — ~ 12.94 Windows — 26.40 Door Hoods WEGNER CONSTRUCTION CO. 3 KODAK FILM 120- 127-620 Regular 45c each RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY ODD LOT CLEAN UP A Little Bit of Everything Included In Thit Group Well Worth Your While To Check On KIRKS SHOE STORE Always Your Gift and Floral Needs Gift Items end Floral Assortments PINK PETAL FLORAL CO. — Find An Economy •BWil^^l^k In Every Ad Here From Nationally Known Sample line GIRLS WINTER COATS .....8. Lovely Styles, Colors ~ Values to 19.95 FOWLERS on $1 Days PARKER SPECIALS J OTTER ball point, _ R, a 295 1.95 LIQUID LEAD pencil. *e*.*9» 1,95 WILTGIN JEWELERS LEAH'S BAKERY 20% OFF REGULAR PRICE on Large, Fresh Green Apple Pies . this Week***. AIM We'll H«ve Plwity ef Good Old Chuck Wagon Sliced or Urullcod. FIRST DOOR SOUTH POSTOFFICE CBNUINE IMPORTED CHINA SNACK SET Oolden Wheat end Bird ef Paredlie £up and Plot§ Get a Set of Pour FOSTER FURNITURE CO, I CARA NOMI FAST PMMANENT 1*50 2 for 1.50 Honsbruch Drug .-X ,_ ; :' ™ , t I I

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