The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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LOCALS ** r \T Fun}t a nd children, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David and Mr and Mrs Carl oTm h u S P ent tho weekend at the Okobojis. t, j **? ftd MjfB Gwfte * Atk*rman had Mr and Mrs Rex Pettis and three sons of Farmington, Minn., as weekend guests. The men were buddies on a sub-marine durmg World War II. M* and MM Jena Homer and son Jim drove to Spencer Suna a .y t° see Mrs Romer's father William Beck, of Dickens who is m the hospital. He has suffered a eall bladder attack. Mrs John Foth, Mrs Les ttcn- yon and Mrs Elizabeth Post attended the Legion Auxiliary convention at Dos Moines July 24 to the 26. Mrs Kenyon and Mrs Post were delegates. Mrs Foth is district secretary-treasurer. Mr* Olive Herbst, Adele and Ben have returned from Minneapolis and St. Paul whore they Visited Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst and Mr and Mrs Charles Stevenson. Ben entered the tennis tournament but unfortunately was a loser. Mrs Homer Clark went lo Iowa City Wednesday to join her husband who is working near there. They spent Sunday at St. Anthony with Homers parents Mr and Mrs Clyde Clark. While at Iowa City Mrs Clark called on Mrs Wayne Wiese at the university hospital, to whom a son had recently been born. Mrs Mary McChesney was visited this week by her nephew nnd wife, Mr and Mrs Bob Miner of Des Jlaines, 111. They also visited Mrs Bilsborough and daughter Ila. Bob is a son of the late,Mr and Mrs Art Miner. ' Ho is a cousin of Ila Bilsborough and a brother of Ferris Miner. Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger and Connie of Algona, Mr and Mrs Henry Schick of Whktemore and Mr and Mrs Albert Metzger of Lone Rook, attended the funeral of Mrs Leonard Schick, at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. Wednesday a.m. Mrs Schick (Martha) is a cousin, to the Metzger's. Mr and Mrs Max Mesing and Wallace have returned from a two weeks vacation in California They visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Ellis and a sister of Mrs Mesing. They took as side trips one to Catalina Island where Mr Ellis has contracted to teach the next three years. They also went into Mexico. Mrs Paul James accompanied her brother-irf-law and sister, Mr and Mrs 'Kermit Burits of Waterloo on a vacation of a week in which they visited the various places in north Minnesota, Bemidji, Walker, thence to Superior, Wis., the National forest, arid back to Minneapolis where they. Attended the aquatennial "Water Follies." Mr and Mrs John Helmers had as dinner guests Sunday the former's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Ed Helmers, Christine and Terry Joe of Charles City and the sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wilschusen, Linda Jo, Luanne, Larry Lee and Leslie of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson. LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family entertained at an ice cream party Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard and family, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Wendell Stevens of Algona. This was in honor of the July birthdays of Mrs Maude Blanchard, Harlan, Jonathon, Donna and Craig. In the afternoon the Donald Blanchard family visited her mother Mrs Hilma Erickson at Swea City, to help her celebrate her birthday. Dr. and Mrs Maynard Genrich, Carthage, Mo. arrived Friday and visited till Monday at the parental Fred Genrich home. ^ Mrs Lora McGowan of Cedar Rapids is ,visiting her daughter Mrs Margaret Householder. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer, Paul and Susan, Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and family enjoyed a picnic supper Friday evening at Tuttle lake. Mr and Mrs W. M. Rotterman of Elmore, Mr, and Mrs Carlos PLANTATION . BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Sunday/ August 11 LYNN KERNS Sunday, Aug. 18 DON HOY Friday, Aug. 23 GRAND OLE OPRY with Frank Buhr Sunday, Aug. 25 GUY PE LEO Friday, Aug. 30 Teen-Ager Dance Hugo Neyrnan Orch. No Advance Booth ge»ervatir»ns - Doon Open at 8:30 - Meriz Nuptials Joan Haupert, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Haupert of Burt, became the bride of Merlin Mertz, son of Mrs Justine Mertz of Algona, in a double ring ceremony performed by Fr. J. H. Schultes in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft at 8:30 a.m., July 17. The bride is a graduate of St John's high school at Bancroft and is employed at the Security State bank in Algona. Mr Mertz is a graduate of West Bend high school and is employed by the A.S.C. The newlyweds are residing at 414 So. Minnesota street here. (Nels Isaacson photo_UDM Engraving) Engelby and Cheryl of Swea City visited Sunday afternoon at the Owen Berhow home. Paul Kingma of Hammond, Ind. visited with a friend Roger Chcrland Saturday. He is spending two weeks at the P. M. Christenson home. Maynard Genrich, Carthage, Mo. visited with Merwin Christenson Saturday morning. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine visited Thursday evening at the Ronald Christenson home. Nancy spent overnight Wednesday with Judy Hammerstrom. Ann visited from Friday till Saturday with Janie Dreyer. Saturday the Christenson family spent at Okoboji as guests of the Dale Peterson family who were vacationing there. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family were dinner guests Sunday in Algona at the Harvey Rath home. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Ferd Spear and Carol Mae of Pawnee City, Neb. Mr and Mrs Jerry toller of Sioux City spent last Monday and Tuesday at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Edlon Marlow. Mrs Dennis Priebe and Barry returned home after spend* ing a week at the Toller home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller a«d sons visited at the Keith Kerbet home in Emmetsburg Saturday evening. Mrs Ronald Christenson visited Thursday afternoon at the Ralph Hammerstrom home. Sunday the Hammerstrom family, Mrs Selfnfl Hammerstrom visited in Ware with the Laverne Hammerstrotn family. Jud remained for the week. Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman and girls of LuVerne, Mr aftd Mrs Frank Mueller and sons of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Harold Ben* rends and family of Humboldt called Sunday evening at the Howard Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and family were Sunday guests in Armstrong at the parental Martin Peterson home. Friday Mr and Mrs Jack Beh* rends attended the funeral of his niece Mrs Opal Sandstone. Mr ! and Mrs Leslie Behrends and family of Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends and family were dinner guests Saturday at the Jack Behrends home. Mr and Mrs George Nyman of Swea City were Sunday callers. Mr and Mrs Ferd Spear, Carol Mae of Pawnee City, Neb. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen visited his sister Mr and Mrs Herman Madsen at Ringsted Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harold Schlei and Steve were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Clarence Kraft home. Mrs Milton Madison entertained at a coffee party Thurs. morning for Mrs Harley Lenardson and Mrs Ronald Christenson. Friday Mrs Grover Hostetter, Mrs Eliza Taylor of Moreland, Iowa, Mrs Frank Peterson, Calender, Iowa, Mrs Nellie Honeycutt and Joy of Tulsa, Oklahoma visited at the Madison home. SQUIRREL Electrical power in Bayard was shut off for about 30 minutes recently. A squirrel short- circuited a couple of hot wires in the sub-station, losing its life. The incident burned out two huge fuses, costing $50 apiece. • OTTOSEN By Mrs. Krtut Opptdahl Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna and family spent Sunday at the Matt Mersch home at Eagle Grove. Norman Speich of Hampton was a weekend visitor at the parental Antone Speich home. Mr and Mrs Howard HellSck- son of Hardy have spent much of this week visiting his mother, who was a medical patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Anthony Waechter are grandparents of a son born to Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter of Cylinder. Tommy Jacobson, soft of Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson, was five years old July 24 and guests that afternoon at a birthday party for him included Timmy and Debra Schultz and their mother, Mrs Alfred Schultz, Gary and Debra Telford and their mother, Mrs Deanne Telford, Bobby Gress, Charles Anderson, Calvin Haug, Roger Oppedahl, Danny Johnson, Wayne Wehrspann, Craig and Gary Kinseth, Mrs Bertha Jacob- son, Wanda and Arland, snd Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann. Mrs Gertie Jacobson of Bona- paft, Cal., former resident of this community, visited this week at the Earl Olson home. Sunday evening she was a dinner guest at the home of Oliver and Clara Christianson. Friday evening visitors at the Vincent Salz home were Mr and Mrs George Besrh and Viola of West Bend. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family were visitors at the George Thursday, AuQusf 8, 195? Algena (la.) Uftpif fr» Kjar home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle anrl family of Bode were Saturday evening visitors at the Louis Jacobson home. Mrs Chester Alme spent Wednesday, Thursday and Friday visiting her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family visited Sunday afternoon at the Bjarne Oppedahl home in Fort Dodge. Bob Waechter of Burl inf ton spent the Weekend at the parental Anthony Waechter home, Other Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter and son of Cylinder and Joan Mullahy of Burlington. Sunday evening visitors wefe Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser, Mrs Anne Elbert and Mrs Cecelia Berger all of Whittemore. A double eagle was a twenty- dollar gold piece. FRI., AUG. 9th LEO GRECO And Hit Pioneers SAT., AUG. 10th JULES MERMAN And Hie Orchestra SUN., AUG. llth RALPH FLANAGAN The Flanagan Trio Flanagan's Flat Bush Five Adm. 1.61, plus tax, tot. 1.80 TUBS- AUG. 13th Teen's Disc Hop Dick Coette — Priies THURSDAY. AUG. 15th PEE WEE HUNT His Twolth Street Rag Band I I I I I I 1 I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Sun., Aug. 11 6:00 A. M. to 10:00 A. M. * * ***** * Algona, Iowa, Municipal Airport 'THE FRIENDLY AIRPORT" LOIS Of FREE PRIZES c°™Th°t™"™'™ • Entertainment U Will Like Latest In New Airplanes iiiiiiiiiiiwiiuiyuuiw^ Free Breakfast For Fly-Ins — 50c For Big Breakfast To Others I M EVERYBODY WELCOME 4 Sponsored By Kossuth County Flying Club and Albright Aero Service I I I I PENNEYlS A i W A Y s yf i * •$• l Shop Penneys Back To School DOLLAR DAYS! CANT AFFORD NOT TO Sheer! Str6ti9t$«i|><B*l»l HIGH COUNT DACRON* PANELS •och 41inch«iwhl«, <?2,81 or 90 Ion* Save-save-on Penney'i fine quality. Snowy Jwhite marquisette tailored with elegant hems. 5 inches at hot- [torn—2V 2 at top. Little, 'or., no ironing t/ ' STAY-UP SOCKS Air flows thru'n thru Penney's cotton knit sleepers Never before achieved at this price, Snuggable soft 2-piece cotton knits plussed with soles that won't skid when he walks will let healthy air circulate through. Machine washable pastels. Fabulous buy I TRIPLE CUFF COTTONS way down price! 3 for 1 Elastics keep the cool absorbent cottons up! Penney's 1700 store buying power brings 'era to you, for less I Good system I Terrific Penney value!, GIRLS WINTER COAT COAT SETS Special Purchase for $ Days — Sizes 3 to 6x Sets. Size 7 to 14 coats. boys' warm (ersey knits, never before at this price I What a valwel Penney'a OWL V-neck slipovers in extra j fine quality jersey knit ^ Orion®! Soft, warm, rugged as can be) Hand washable, no blocking, moth-proof I SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED FOR $ DAYS! 1 Not AH Sizes In ivery Item — So Hurry For These Bargains I 23 PAIRS MENS OXFORDS 40 PAIRS GIRLS SANDALS.... $2 88 PAIRS WOMENS SANDALS . $2 64 PAIRS WOMENS DRESS SHOES $4 38 PAIRS WOMEN Canvas Shoes $2 39 PAW MENS Denim Pants $3 46 SUMMER PURSES $1 90 WOMENS BLOUSES 2 for $3 32 WOMI HATS MENS $1 89 ONLY — GIRLS SPORTSWEAR $1 74 ONLY — GIRLB KNIT TOPS... $1 33 ONLY — MENS POLO SHIRTS $1 20 BOYS SWIM TRUNKS $1 22 WENS SWIM TRUNKS $1 IB mm WAMHNS SHORTS ..... $1 NITEWEAR ... $1 91 ONLY « WOMEN* SHORTS ..... $1 80 ©KMT «•« MBNi ............. ~"~ STRAW HATS $1 AUGUST WHITE GOODS EVENT ENDS SATURDAY Nation Wide Sheet! 81x99.72x108 $1.68 81x108 and Fitted

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