The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 32
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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* I 6-AI0ona (la.) Upper Dei Molnes Thursday, October 3, 1957 e-sv;:^:,','';-^ SplSS,f,f{?;S^I vAKHiS&A?* Mr and Mrs Don Sparks attended a family reunion at Boone, Sunday. Mrs Lela Stewart is at Mankato, Minn, visiting her aunt, Mrs Pearl Lampright. Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fenton visited relatives ano friends here Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg recently drove to Rochester, Minn., to see Mrs Katie Dyer who is hospitalized there for knee surgery. Harvey Steven who has spenl the summer with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven Sr., has left for Minneapolis, where he is studying for the ministery. Mr and Mrs William Gearing have had as house guest Rollie Reasoner of New Brighton, Minn. He is in the missions field and has been stationed at Japan. He was here for the services in the First Baptist church Sunday. Mr and Mrs L. R. Walker had as weekend Quests Mr and Mrs Bert Bogue of Newport, Neb. Mr and Mrs Russell Rents were visited Saturday evening by Mr and Mrs Ellsworth HeJdenwith of Whittemore. C. R. Schoby went to Des Moines Wednesday on business for the A.S.C. and was accompanied by Mrs Schoby. Janice Hudson who is employ eel at Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson. Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf were visited Sunday evening by Mr and Mrs Marvin Simonsmeier, Larry and Bob of Swea City. Dianne Kuhlman, daughter oi Mrs Wilma Kuhlman, is hospitalized at Rochester, Minn., and is under treatment for' lichen plamus, asthma and hay fever. Her birthday is Monday and she will be twelve years old. I 1 NOW AT ROBINSON PRODUCE IMMEDIATE BULK SPREADING WITH AGRICO FERTILIZERS — Robinson Produce Now Offers STRAIGHT FROM HUMBOLDT AGRICO FERTILIZER WITH NO DELAY CY 4-4206 ROBINSON PRODUCE ALGONA - WESLEY Mr and Mrt Roy Sehilmoellef were visited Friday by Dr. and Mrs A. J. Miller, of Granville. Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shierk. Delthea and Randall spent the weekend at Kenosha with relatives. The Catholic Daughters will hold a rumvnage and bake sale Oct. 4th at 9 o'clock at the Moose Hal. O, A. Sharp relumed Sunday from Park hospital, Mason City, where he had surgery for removal of a cataract. Dr. and Mrs Sawyer had as guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs H. W. New and ehildren of Nevada. Mr and Mis Jim Vipond look their son Dick to Iowa City last week where he is enrolled as sophomore at the State University. Mrs J. D. Burns had surgery at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday morning. She has been troubled for some time with a spinal ailment. Mr and Mrs Don Smith and Dr. and Mrs L. R. Potter spenl Sunday at Storm Lake with the doctor's twin brother and sister- in-law, Dr. and Mrs L. D. Potter. Mr and Mrs "Bud" Robinson, Janice, Jean, Joan and John were dinner gue«s Sunday of Mr and Mrs Louis Wlnjtrt at Buffalo Center, The women are cousins. Mr and Mrs Ralph Loss have returned to their home at Bremerton, Wash., after a visit of a week with Ralph's mother, Mrs Margaret Loss and other relatives and friends. Mrs Vernell Ludwlg spent Saturday at Clear Lake with her parents, Mr and Mrs T. P. Joynl md visited her aunts, Sister Mary Josephine of Orange, Calif, and Sister Mary Patricia ol Pasadena, Calif. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand, 'ormer, residents here now living at San Diego, Calif., were guests Monday of Dr. and Mrs F. E Sawyer. They left day for Thompson to be with Mr ar\ Mrs William Wiegert. Mr and Mrs Bless Rusk were visited a few days this week by Mrs Rusk's mother, Mrs Flora Sorensen of Graettinger. She :ame to attend the funeral ser- 'ices Monday for her cousin, Otto kelson. Judith Cowan, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. A. Cowan, 209 East rove .Street, has joined the Alphian social society at Cottey College, Nevada,. Mo., where she entered as a first-year student his September. Mr and Mrs August Slagle were ecently visited by the former's uece and husband, Mr and Mrs ion Pugsley of Rush City, Minn. Urs Pugsley is the former Clara Elizabeth Mason, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Ray Mason. Mr and Mrs Arlhur Ristau and Mr and Mrs George Gingler of Whittemore spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mr and Mrs William Ristau. William is a son of the Arthur Ristaus and his wife is a daughter of the Ginglers.' Mr and Mrs Harvey Raih have been visited the past fortnight by the letter's sister, Freida Eichenberger of Marysville, Kan. Mrs Rath took her to Blue Earth, Minn., Tuesday to visit the broth-. er and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs \ ¥4111V PvifflA 1 i Aiiui riict?! 40 Used Plows ALL MAKES - ALL SIZES 0 Used Pickers ALL MAKES - ALL SIZES Used Tractors LET'S GET TOGETHER WE'RE GOSNG TO SELL - AND SELL NOW! TO BE MOVED IN NEXT TWO WEEKS! COME IN AND NAME IT! ALGONA I Robert EJchenberger. Mrs Esther Helberg is leaving Friday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs F~red Woods of Ames; and • will-go to Bedford, Ind., to • visit another brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harold Reister, . She will be gone about ten days. - , . Mrs Robert Sigsbee accompanied her mother, Mrs A'dolph Bruellman and her cousin, Don Bruellman and Mr and Mrs* Paul Banwart of West Bend to Oakdale Sunday to visit Mrs Sigsbee's father, Adolph Bruellman, who is a patient there. He is improving. Robert R. Kain and his twin brother Richard arrived horns this \veek from service on the Islands near Japan. Both are discharged. Robert's 'wife the former Carol Schilmoeller and little son Dana have been living at the parental Schilmoellers during his absence. His future plans are indefinite. Mr and Mrs Wlliam Runchey spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Etta Holdren at Burt and were her supper guests. In the evening ' the three were^ joined by Mr and Mrs GeorgeV'Hawcott at- the . home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr .and Mrs Wallace Hawcott and were shown the pictures the junior Hawcot'ts took on a recent western trip. Mr and Mrs Tony Schmili were visited last week by. their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Robert Kratt, Claresa and Barbara of Davenport. Mr and, Mrs Kratt left Sunday for Lp? Angeles, Calif., where they will spend two weeks. The children will remain here with >Mr and Mrs Schmitt until the return of the parents. Mrs • Leslie Ross has returned from visits at Des Moines with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Stanley Larson and son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Merle Ross. At Grinnell she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roger Satory. She was accompanied home by Mrs Larson and daughter Cynthia and took them to Albert City to ,visit at the parental Larsons. Mrs Ross has been visited by her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrt Wally Anderson of Ketchican, Alaska who accompanied her on the visits to Des Moines and Grinnell. Linnan Named To Head Catholic Hi School Drive $100 Holdup Loss At Ledyard Cafe • A daring armed robbery netted approximately $100 for two unmasked thieves at Ledyard early Sunday morning. The pair entered the Lappe Cafe, owned by Mr and Mrs Louis Lappe, who took possession of the cafe less than a week before, held the Lappes and several customers at bay, grabbed all currency and a $5 check from tfte cash register, leaped in their auto and rolled away in a cloud of dust. It was the first armed robbery in Kossuth county since the Drive-In theater east of Algona was held up a year and a half ago. The pair involved in that episode wound up in the penitentiary a week later. The Lappes had just closed the cafe for the night when there was a knock on the front door. Thinking it might be a customer who wanted a last-minute order, Larry Lappe, son of the owners, opened the door and was met by two young men, thought to be about 18, who ordered young Lappe to the back of the cafe. The gunman held Mr and Mrs Louis Lappe, Mr and Mrs Larry Lappe, Joe McDonald, LeRoy Richardson, Bob Hamilton and Bud Lloyd and his two small sons, who remained asleep during the incident, at bay while the other rifled the cash register. All silver was left untouched in the ca. c h register. Completing their task in a matter of minutes, the pair then clashed outside and got in their auto which was an older model. It is possible there was a third youth in the vehicle at the time. A fairly complete description of the two who entered the cafe was obtained by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, who were called to the scene. Rob Hamilton and Larry Lappe rushed to Hamilton's auto and attempted to trail the holdup men, but had to give up after traveling seven or eight miles to Luke, Linnan ' ' Luke Linnan, local attorney has. been named General Chairman of the Centtal Catholic High School Development Fund, this week. :' , The appointment to lead, the drive to raise funds to build the new Central Catholic High School was announced by the Rev. "F. P. Ctmway, Executive Secretary, treasurer' of the campaign. '•' ' All fiver of the Catholic Churches in the southern Kossuth Co'unty Area, St. ,'Benedict, St. Cecelia, Algona, St. Jbs'eph, Bode, St. Joseph, Wesley,.and St Michael, Whittempre, -will participate in the drive under•; the overall direction of Mr - Linnan. Plans call for a total vojunteer organization of 563 men who will solicit all Wage earners and income-receiving parishioners. The school is being designed to accommodate more than 500 A. A. Schipull And Son Hurt In Car Crash A .LuVerne father and son, Albert A. Schipull, 58, and Everett Schipull, 32, suffered multiple injuries when the elder-man's car hit a bridge, rolled through a ditch and into a cornfield at 6:30 p.m. Monday five miles east of the county shed at LuVerne. Albert Schipull suffered two fractured vertabra, bruises and a cut lip .while Everett Schipull was cut on the back and face and had a shoulder injury in the crash. Both were reportedly in good condition at a Mason City hospital Wednesday. 'The two were on their way to Mason City at the time of the mishap. Their auto was completely demolished when it swerved, possibly due to a blow-out of the left rear tire, struck the bridge and rolled over several times before coming to rest in the cornfield. Everett suffered a previous injury above his right eye when hit by a piece of lumber earlier in the afternoon and the men were going to Mason City so the injury could be treated. Albert A. Schipull is chairman of the county fair board and a member of the board of the Algona Co-Operative Creamery. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated the crash. Court Reporter, Age 45, Dies Joseph V. Hamilton, about 45, court reporter for Judge Harry Narey of Spirit Lake, and well- known by many Algonans, died Tuesday at his home at Lake Okoboji after a lingering illness. Death was due to cancer. Funeral arrangements are pending. Mr Hamilton, who had been a court reporter at Sioux City before moving to Lake Okoboji. also formerly lived at Westside the vicinity of the Grant school at speeds up to 100 miles per hour. The sheriff's office is nt present working on all clues available in the case. Do It The Easy Way , . . With SPEED-SHINE | "Just Spray It On" Just wipe the dust off your shoes . . . spray lightly with SPEED - SHINE . . . and prestol in a second you have a beautiful shoe shine I One spray a week is sufficient. Shines all color leathers. No polishing or buffing required. Waler repellent. It's NEW1 Get It At The HUB CLOTHIERS Students and will be constructed on a site located in the northeast section of Algona. A 46- acre tract of land was purchased by the-Pastors of the five par-' ishes in August 1957 fof this purpose. ' ' » To assist Mr Linnan in organizing this volunteer committee are the five Parish Chairmen, Messers Donald McCarthy, St. Benedict, John Gisch, St. Cecelia, 'Algona and James. Geelan, St. Michael, Whittembre 1 .: These men Will head the parish organizations necessary to Complete the tbtal Campaign organization* •'in view of recent State legislation, Catholic high schopls have ! no alternative but to merge into larger units' to meet the requirements set down by the new State, laws. This new Central . high! school will provide the Catholic- children in the southern part of Kossuth County with a school that will meet the standards now; set and any other higher standards that may be made by State legislation, and will;give these children an education that will be second to none. This new school will be $ .distinct,benefit to all ot'&ne people pi the area, to all oF\the people ifr trie area. ': Mr Linnan attended the* public Schools at Maurice, Iowa, St. tihomas College in St. Paul, Minn., and the State University ot Iowa, graduating from the Liberal Arts College in 1916 with a' B. A. degree and from the Col; '•|ege of Law with a"* L. L. B'. ,degree. Since 1920 helflias been ! erlgaged in the, active ig-aqjtice ot l,aw in Algona, Iowa. ..'•;",- ! KY ASKS * DOES YOUR CAR HAVE fsJervous Steering Tired Wheels Speed Shakes? Come To Ky's For Alignment and Balancing i BENdER MAGNETIC ALIGNMENT BEAN VISUBALANCE BALANCING KY'S CHAMPLIN Corner State and Harlan Get into the habit of buying your hose at our hosiery section. Always a complete selection of sizes and colors and you'll get extra wear from Berkshire*. You get EXTRA WEAR with BERKSHIRE TWIN-THREAD stockings! These amazing nylons are knit with two threads—one; plus one—instead of just one. So if one thread breaks; the pther holds fast. And Berkshire Twin Threads have the patented Nylace Kantruri'Top and Toe-Ring to stop runs at top or to* before they start! $1.35 - $1:50 CHRISCHILLES STORE The Purse Store of ALGONA Chrischilles Store Shown In this picture (token |ust this week) If o small section of our large and extensive purse department. Then* probqbly Isn't a larger or better assorted purse stock in thu of the country than Vw'M find rl 8 nt her* at THI CHRISCHILLES STORE We carry all types and I sizes, from the small "clutch" to the larger more elaborate styles in leather, patents, cloths and novelties. Here you may buy a purse for every need and purpose. When you're in need ef « purse, shop here FIRST - it will save you time and The CHRISCHILLES STORE

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