The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 15
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Aogwl 15,1957 iHlgona Dipper "Tomorrow-. This could be . . . but, your valuables can be protected I Many things you own can never be replaced if lost by ihefil Heirlooms, jewelry, silver, fur, and valuables of all kinds can be covered by our low-cosf theft insurance policies... CALL US TODAY CY 4-3718 , JIM KOLP, Manager ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY REPRESENTING EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE IM- ^^^"S^ T0 MAVE INSURANCE and NOT Need It Than To NEED INSURANCE and Not Have It August 15,1957 NOTES OF SERVICE MEN FORT POLK. LA.—Army Pvt. Gerald R. Downey, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Downey, 8*fe E. State, Algona, is receiving eight weeks of basic combat training with the 1st Armored Division at Fort Polk, La. Downey is a 1957 graduate of Algona Public Schools. FORT LEE, VA. — Army Reserve Lt. Col. John L. Froehlich, 42, whose wife, Sonya, lives at 1131 N. Mozart St., Chicago, is scheduled to complete two weeks of • active duty training at the Quartermaster .School, Fort Lee, Va., July 22. Colonel Froehlich was called ,o active duty for the purpose of jttending the school's mobiliza- ion designation refresher course. A 1S39 graduate of Iowa Statfe College, he is employed by thfe 'orest Preserve District of Cook County in River Forest, 111. His parents, Mr and Mrs C. L. 'roehlich, live in Wesley, Iowa. David L. Boeckholt, soft of Mr and Mrs A. Boeckholt, Route 1 Titonka, Iowa, recently was graduated from the eight-week Administration School pt fan Chaffee, Ark. He received instruction in typing, filing and Army clerical procedures. Boeckholt attended Tittifikn Consolidated High School., HOSPITALS iss* FORT CHAFFEE, ARK.—Pvt. Friendly Store .,•'•' i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED orYour Money Back! BUY ON TIME-PAY ONLY 10% DOWN HOMEguard I EXTERIOR jveatherproof, armor-like finish! 195 (GALLON WHITE OR COLORS jr-iiKe 4 Easily bruined or sprayed on >o beautify your home, shield \\ from hottest sun, rain, snow. Choice of white or colors. JO.45flO.69 PAINT SPRAYER 39?^ Ml to W..I, r. r .M, M.Mklr Speedy sprayer. Use also as vacuum pump. Comes with 15ft. '/i' hose. Use V4 HP motor. M-7901 •JP ^ LINSEEDBTpAINT Protect That Big Investment with HOMECOTE BARN PAINT Regularly 2.98 • Lowest Cott Protection • Withstands All Weather You can't find a better barn paint buy than HOMECOTE Made with tough, durable lattic bate and iron oxide fed pigmentation for long wear. M-MOI BUY ALL PAINT SUPPLIES ON TIMC! July 16 — Kenneth Tho#«soh, Algona, medical. ?•' July 1 -- Mrs Clareno* Cfol- witzer, Lu Verne, girl, 7-14%; Rowland Noah, Kansas City, Mo., accident; Mrs Robert Stewart, Kansas City, accident; Mrs Rowland Noah, Kansas City, accident; Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas, Bode, maternity;. Baby boy McGuire, Algona. boarder. July 19 — Mrs Dennis Eller, Algona, boy, 7-2^; Mrs Jimmit Johnson, Sexton, girl, 8; Mrs Martin Duffy, Jr., Whittemore. surgery; Elizabeth J. Bray.- AJ> gona, medical; Mrs W. H.,Faul> stick, Algon'a, medical; Mrs Blanche Huskamp. Fenton, medical; Mrs Raymond Reid, Algona, surgery; Jdfah Henry, Algona, surgery. *, July 20 — William SchUtjer. Algona, medical (expired) i Ted Abbas, Bancroft, medical; Mrs James T. Boudewyns, Algona, maternity; Silas Ban wart, Ottosen, medical. July, 21 —.Mrs Sid RosenateU, Algona, medifcal. ' July 22 — Mrs Edward Farfell, Algona, boy, 7-6&; Beitoard Hansen, Algona, tdnsilecttilny; Jerry Hansen, Algona, tonsnec- tomy; Susan A. Hansen, Al$6na, tonsilectomy; Mrs Mary Gorman, Algona, medical. , July 23 — Mrs Garry McDonald, Algona, boy, 7-10 Vi; Ida Wagner, West Bend, medical. July 23 — Merlyn Honsbruch, Algona, surgery; Mrs Dan Davis, Algona, boy, 8-3Ms;'Moran Ferstl) Wesley, medical. July 24—Elmer Potter, Algona, burns; Mrs Bernard Hauptman, Bancroft, maternity. July 25 — Mrs Harold Van Allen, Algoria, medical; Mary L Hfnwn, Algona, accident; Steven Hardy, Algona, surgery July 26 — Frank C. Zender •'Vfna, medical; Mrs Ernes' ('airs, Livormore, boy, 3-1 V 2 (expired); James Dodds, Lone Rock medical. July VI _ Mrs Paul Thilges, OHosen, girl, 7-3; Floyd Lavronz, Buit, medical. July 29 — Mrs John Hopkins, Alcona, girl. 5-11 M>; David Goch- Hi.iur, Fenton, tonsillectomy; Janet Anderson, West Bend, medical- Mrs Urban Neuroth, Wesley' medical; Joe Buscher, Jr, Al- fiona, surgery; Mrs Carl D. Morck Algona, surgery; Dean Benschoter, Algona, medical; Mrs Goodwin Bergerud, Burt. maternitv. July 30 — Cynthia Groen, Algona, tonsillectotny; Henry Harms, Jr., West Bend, medical; Gerald Frankl, Irvington, medical. July 30 — Mp.rjory Bormann, Bode, surgery; Mrs George Gun* dor, Algona, medical; Henry Hahle. Irvington, medical. uru U .! Y 3I — Mrs Harold Hall, Whittemore, boy, 8-7*i; Mrs Milo Kollasch, Algona, girl, 7-9%; Mrs Anna Raskopf, St. Benedict, medical; Mrs Herbert Knecht, Wesley, girl, 7-2., Aug. 1 _ Mrs Arnold Arndor- ier, Convith, surgery, Aug. 2 — Earl Hager, Algona, medical; Judith Gregory, Algona medical; Mrs Robert Buscher, Algona, boy, 7-11; Baby boy Boudewyns, AJgona, boarder- Baby boy Hall, Whittemorei boarder. Aug. 3 — Mrs Wendell Feaster, Algona, medical. Aug. 4 — Mrs Henry Pfeffer, Algona, boy, 7-12; Mrs Hugh Black, Algona, girl, 7-4. Aug. 5 — Dale Kern, Algona, accident. Aug. 6 — Mrs Harold Holland, Algona, medical; Raymond Norton, Algona, medical. BLOOMS Mrs Lillian Diersksen of Manchester is admiring the blooms on a cactus plant which she has had for 20 years. The plant went for 16 years without blooming. Funeral Held For Mother Of Tifonka Lady Titonka —. Funeral services were held Saturday at 10 am at Dunns Funeral Home in Des Moines for Mrs Jolin Rolfsema of Des Moines, mother of Mrs Fay Callies of Titonka. Services and burial were at Alexandria at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 10. Mrs Rolfsema died Wednesday after a lingering illness at a hospital in Des Moines at the age of 72 years. Her only daughter. Mrs C. F. Callies, and four granddaughters survive her. Her husband preceded her in death about a year- ago. MM Harms Honored Twenty-one neighbor ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Henry D. Harms Friday at a farewell party In her honor and also her birthday. She was presented with a purse of money as a farewell gift. They have sold heir homo and will move before Sept. 1 to Lakota where they will make their home. Mr Harms is a mechanic for the Blomster Garage there. They have a daughter, Vicki Lou, and a son, Bradley. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Aukes and family and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Balvance and family all of Buffalo Center, and Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family enjoyed a picnic supper at Mason City Tuesday evening and then all enjoyed the North Iowa Fair in the evening. Bobby Van Hove and Larry Balvance sang a song on KGLO-TV at 5:30. Mr and Mrs Harry Mehlan and family and Mr and Mrs Ralph Mather and family of Crockett, Texas, left Tuesday for Hay ward, Wise, for a week's visit. Mr Meh- lan, Ward and Mr Mather and son will leave for Interational Falls from there. They will meet Mrs Median's father, Dayton Mather, and brother for a fishing trip into Canada. Mr and Mrs Alvin Boeckholt are the parents of a baby girl born Tuesday. July 30. She weighed 8 Ibs. 8 a?., and has been named Angeline. This is their second child. Mr and Mrs Wayne Miller, Beth and Rosalyn arrived Monday afternoon for a week's vacation visiting relatives in Titonka and Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Kensy Korte of Britt are the parents of a baby son born at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Sunday morning. August 4. He weighed 7 Ibs. 2 07.. They also have a daughter and the mother is the former Violet Baade. Mr and Mrs Paul Kromlnga of lockford. 111. returned to their iome after a week's vacation visiting at the Amos Krominga and Bernard Phelps homes Jiane Krominga and Donna Beenken returned home with hem and will stay for a week Mr and Mrs C. W. Amon of Algona were supper and evcnina guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Helmers. Mr and Mrs Earl Stott received news of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Keith Stott of Freeport, 111. They have named him Morris Keith and he was born Sunday .August II. Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga, Mr and Mrs Ed Zweifel, Mr and Mrs Vincent Heifner and Mr and Mrs Lew Heifner attended the Heifner reunion held at the Kendall Young Park in. Webster City. Ramona Heyer entertained her 500 Club Thursday. Gifts were received by Mrs Gertrude Bartlett and Mrs Irene Higgins. Carol Haack has been visiting at the home of her cousins at the Eugene Christ home at Lakota Thelma and Kathy Miller spent the past week at the home of Mr and Mrs Virgil Millei Swea City Will Start School On Aug. 27th v jj "~ Superintendent Edward Stewart announces that """"Si wi " "P™ Tuesday. Autf- ist 27. Classes will register on ,, «« " ate and 1)e dismissed at 11:30 a.m. There. will be no school on Labor Day, Sept. 2. An nrollment of about 450 is ex- <*tpd, ten more than last year. All teaching positions have seen filled in the 23-teacher system, and seven are new teachers. The two new high school teachers are Bradley Bauman, coach and social science, Iowa State Teachers College, first year of teaching; and Donna Hacker, high school English, graduate of the State University of Iowa, who taught last year at Inwood, The new kindergarten teacher is Delia Kaye Turvbld of Northwood, Iowa State Teachers College, first year of teaching; Barbara Richmond, Armstrong, who attended Estherville Junior Collego, will teach one of the second grade classrooms. Rose Mary Williams, Mason City, who attended Iowa State Teachers College, will teach 3rd grade. A combination 4th and Sth grade' classroom will be taught by Elaine LeBrun, Ceylon, who attended Estherville Junior College and taught last year at Britt. Mrs Josephine Davis 6f OIL 2.39 VALUE dl • CAUON Super buyl Raw linseed oil improves appearance of finished job. x VALUE «83 Money-saving 3- Inch HOMEguard brush. 100% nylon bristles. UTILITY [L ENAMEL j] IS 29* VALUE Si 19< , '/4 PI. Save on all-purpose enamel for Indoors or out. White or colors. xi.eioi.Buo PAINT [C THINNER J] 19 99* VALUE 2fl 69< . Gallon Low, low price on HOMEguard thinner and paint reducer. M-*MI f/^, NEW TRIPLE BAR TANDEM FRAME TWO-TONE SADDU -REAR CARRIER: SAFETY FEATURES HORN-HEADLIGHT OIRIV MPPK. NEW FRONT LUGGAGE CARRIER DELUXE TRIM COlORFUl .ENAMEl DELUXE PEDAL* CHAIN GUARD ,***' V: CHROME KIMS WHITE SIOEWAUS IHHP designed for young moderns . no. 1 on the bike parade! fVIN LfSS WHIN YOU _ TRADE . _. ..- W««k. ».»• A |65 Ve/vt-f Star Cn/ef//' The most sensational NEW bike on the market, tt ha* everything, including 3-bgr speed* tweep styling, whitewqll tires. Bern' model hgi red finish; girls', blue. . Fenton will teach 6th grade; she attended Estherville Junior College and this is her first year of teaching. Mr Stewart reports that an additional teacher has been added to the faculty for this coming year as reading instructor in grades 3-8. Mrs Gladys Webb, who taught 4th grade last year, has been assigned to this work. In the high school chemistry and physics are offered on alternate years, and chemistry will be taught this year. Bus drivers are Alvin Beck, Ivan Elliott, Ross Elliott, Andrew Hansen, Clarence Gardner, Jphn Verbrugge and George Selzer. Mrs Alvin Richardson is in charge of the hot lunch program, assisted by Mrs Minnie Johnson, Mrs Julius Hill, and Mrs Wallace Schaeffer. Lucille Montgomery is office secretary, Jena Mogensen is school custodian, assisted by John Verbrugge, President of the bqarcl of education is Ronald Johnson, and, members are Ralph Walker, Jr., Lowell Larson, Harvey C. Larsen and Glenn Clark, Malvin Krumm is secretary and W. E. Carlson, treasurer. , Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer attended the North Iowa Bible Conference at Lake Okoboji «n Monday and Tuestiay. They were BIKf BASKfT 99< M» Vaivt Budget priced! Fits any bik«!l5klQ»4%V **->«* BALI HOOP U* 166 »«y I Priced extra low! Official 1 ti" hoop with Mb *•*» ^L Buy HIo wothal Lgralngl»d icvffproof rubb*r. W-WM "'^: LUNCH KIT 39< «*< out tray. Rtd, ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES \JUl In the illustration above, you see a very happy man at a very wonderful moment. The title, the keys and the car are his—and he's starting out on his first journey at the wheel. Of course, there's'not much doubt as to why he decided to purchase a new Cadillac. Like everyone else who selects the "car of cars", he did it to "keep current", so to speak, on all of Cadillac's new miracles of performance and beauty and comfort, But coming to Cadillac, as he did, at this par* ticular tune of the year, we also suspect that lie was inspired by the added motive of practicality, For in addition to the normal Cadillac economies of modest purchase price, low operating cost and high resale Value—Cadillac dealers are, at this time, seasonally prepared to make Cadillac ownership even more attractive than ever, Because of the demand for used cars and because of increased production of the Cadillac car itself, the odds are that this gentleman received both a generous allowance on his previous car and prompt delivery of his new Cadillac,' Have you considered how wonderful it would be to step into a Cadillac of your own? Then, you should pay your dealer a visit—spend an hour on the highway in the luxury of Fleetwqod coach* crafting—and get the facts for yourself, You'll agree, we know, that the car is CadillW *-and the time is now), — --—F — — - -.--—.A ij* _ ., „ -mf^fj f Mr and Mrs Vernon Boes an- nonce the birth of a daughter, Cynthia Marie, born August 3 at Estherville hospital. The Boes have another daughter, Karen. Mr Boes is manager, of Quaker Oats Company. Karen Haugen of Burlington, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ingmar Haugen, visited last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs William Christensen t Mr and Mrs Bradley Bauman are the parents of a daughter born August 7 at Holy Family Hospital, Eetherville. This is their first child. Bauman is a member of the school faculty. The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall, at which time reports were given by delegates to the state convention, Mrs Kenneth Kollasch, Mrs Curtis Kluger, and Mrs A. M. Kpllasch. Pro- g :-am chairman was Mrs Martin abel. Mr and Mrs Edward Anderson left Sunday for Davenport where Anderson attended the state Le- gjon convention. Anderson is Kossuth County Commander. Mr and Mrs B. Q, Johnson and Dr. and Mrs J, A. Sanftner visited Monday in Minneapolis and attended the baseball game between the Detroit Tigers and Cincinnati Reds. First Lieutenant S. J, Hammer, who enlisted last month, in thd army medical service, at Fort Sam Houston, has informed his parents, the Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer, that he will sail from New York Sept. 3 and will be stationed m southern Germany, Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson arid family, and Miss Lucille Montgomery, returned Saturday from a week's vacation at Lake Oko-, boji. Scouts who returned Saturday from a week at Boy Scout camp at Lake Okoboji were Terry Smith, Ed Sanders, Hal Alward, John and Bob Bjolsnd, Junior Lpomer, Larry Franks, Jerry Thompson and Dan Smouse. The Sunday School board meeting of the First Methodist church was held Monday, Aug. 5, at the, home of Mr and Urs; Harold Iteefcer. Miss Iva Moata, now a patient at Holy Family tal, VISIT YOUR AUTHORIZED €4DIUA€ DEALER Hospital, Estherviile, has resign*, ed from the board alter serving as a member for 80 years. 1 Summer school sessions have been completed by a nwrnber of college students- They incluAs J»m Harner and LAS Osgood, wha have been attending Iowa State Teachers College. A special meeting ol Mu*io Boosters .was.held T*' * ' *«i

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