The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
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1 "mf- li Melvin Olson, Mrs Mac Rartfiy and Mrs Fern Young have returned from a trip to the Ozarks, Atlanta, Ga., points in Tenhessee and Alabama. Mi and Mrs Peie Halsrud had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Walter Halsrud of Missouri Valley, Mr and Mrs Robert Bratln -of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Steve Loss, Mr and Mrs Don Ramus and children and Mrs Donna Penrod. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait and Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydort and daughters Kristie and Kathy are going to Humboldt Sunday and will be dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait. The dinner is being given in honor of the birthday of Chris. Dr. and Mrs Lyle Ellis left 6 few days ago for their home at Hartford, Conn. Mrs Ellis has spent the past four months with her sister, Segrid, Mrs Frank Kohlhaas. Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger and Connie of Union Township are caring for their 2 month old niece, Mary. She has been with them four weeks. The mother, Mrs Kenneth Bollig, is hospitalized. Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs J. C. Moore of Winterset and Mrs J. E. Whitehead of Perry. The previous weekend their daughter Sheila was home from Minneapolis, where she is teaching. .WITH SAVINGS Vou Want To Stay Tight In The Saddle . . . and savings are the best way to keep on there. Not only do they protect you against sudden loss, but they provide the backing which will enable you to do, what you want to when you want. Thinking of next year's vacation? Starting someone to college next fall? Have an anniversary this spring? Save now. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association "i , Originally Organized 1917 All Deposits Insured To $10,000 ALGONA, IOWA Mr and Mfs Jatrteft Walker have as guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Stanley Walker who have moved here from Gothenburg, Neb., and h'nve rented rooms at thr Vera apartment. Mrs Mary Eorensen had her scr and daughier-in-law, Mr ami Mrs Bernard Sorensen of Swea Citv as dinner guests Sunday. Bernard is convalescing from a recent heart attack. The son Don ana his wife recently moved to Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs ChriS Wallukait had as weekend guests the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Martin Wallukait of Des Moines. Chris was gone Sunday attending a managers and butchers meeting of the National Tea Company at Sioux City. Robert F. Melzgeif A.B.3 and Clarence J. Metzger A. N., in the navy and sons of Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger of Algona, are now stationed'overseas in Japan, fifty miles south of Tokyo. They are very anxious to receive mail from friends. Mrs W. A. Barry, Mrs Mel Griffin, Mrs Nellie Van Allen and Dorothy Woodcock attended the C. D. of A. luncheon and workshop held Sunday, Oct. 8 at Carroll. Several state officers were among the more than two hundred women who were in attendance. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney are being visited by their daughter. Mrs Robert Holzhammer of Du- bqque who flew from Davenport to Fort Dodge and was met there. Mrs Raney has a slight sickness and was confined to bed a couple of days. She is now much improved. Mrs Clarence Metzger of Algona attended a birthday party for her mother, Mrs Clara Bollig of Bancroft, at the home of another daughter, Mrs John Metzger of Estherville on Oct. 1st. Mr;; Bollig , was 69 years old. Mrs Bollig received some lovely and useful gifts. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner had as weekend guest their daughter, Mrs Edward Boyce of Des Moines. They also had their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Cornelius DeKruif and son David of Sheldon as supper guests Sunday. The DeKruifs were enroute home from Mason City where they had visited Mr and Mrs William DeKruif. Mr .and Mrs Albert WeishSar and their son-inrlaw and-daughter, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stalzer drove to Fort Dodge Monday to see the son Edwin Weishaar who is a patient at Mercy hospital. He suffered severe injuries when he came in contact with an_elcctric wire recently. One leg was badly burned and it has been necessary to amputate the leg below the knee. He also has to have skin grafting done on' his neck. The leg ' amputation was done a couple of weeks ago. His condition is satisfactory. " ••'•"-• <•• The three rivers, Jefferson. Madison and Gallatin, that form the Missouri River were named by Lewis and Clark. *>'' Iry^:, {,*JMB ?4' i • !-/''' : ^k/^ in every mom f BUT WITHOUT COSTLY DIRT . COLLECTING PIPES AND REGISTERS C|Cr*| CD has TWO heatmakers working together on ONE fire to put heat in every room in your home! HEATMAKER Ne. 1 PATENTED 8,000 Attend Algona Band Festival A total ol 24 bands, many floats and miscellaneous entries were on hand for the Algona Band Festival parade Saturday, Oct. 5. ' „ The above photo shows not only the parade as it proceeded west on State street, but a share of the persons who crowded the sidewalks as the bands passed. At the left is the Twin Rivers band followed by the Algona Shriner's fire truck, the Ti tonka queen, Virginia Swan, and the Titonka band ( Fred Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) •> (to.) Upp>f 5»« Phone CY 4-3535- Your INDOW MATERIALS EASY To INSTALL Cheaper than Glass-Lasfs for Year* — NOW AT — HALL - STRAHORN HARDWARE One of the many floats featured in the ninth annual Algona Band Festival parade Saturday, Oct. 5, was entered by the Farm Bureau Young People and is shown' in the above photo. •' Marilyn Dralle of Allison, Iowa's 1957 Dairy Princess, rode on the float and is pictured waving to a portion of the 8,000 who lined State street during the hour-long parade. ' The Algona Rotary club float was named first prize winner and the senior class float from Algona high school took second in judging. (Fred Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) By Mrs t>, p. 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MONEY BACK GUARANTEE «ik yew GAS HOME HEATER North Central Public Service Co. 102 South Harlan You GAS Company Phone CY 4-2484 Diane Grunhovt, older daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Grun- hovt, had her tonsils removed recently at Estherville. .The following children were recently baptized at the Methodist Church: B-enda Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth,. Bradley Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Allen Loucks, and Brian Lee, Mark Jerome, and Michelle Kay the children of Mr and Mrs Fred Munyer. Mrs Harold Wentworth was received by transfer from the Elmore Methodist Churejh, and William Mather Jr. from the Swea City Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Glenn Burrow, Melva Burrow and her fiance Dewairi Wilcox of Mason City and Ernest Burrow of St. Paul were recent dinner guesls at the Harold Wentworths. , Mr and Mrs Robert Dyer and son of St. Paul spent a weekend visiting at the home of'his mother, Mrs Eunice; PJer and son Howard. .'- , ' v Ruth Ploeger and Ruth Wallentine who are irj Minneapolis taking nurses training at the Lutheran Deaconess Hospital and at Augsburg College were home for a recent weekend with their- parents. They accompanied MeiV ritt Ploeger hump, who works ir| Minneapolis. • $ Karen Schroedcr who attends Iowa State Teachers College came home last weekend. She and her mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder and Barbara and Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and Craig of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Schroeder's brother and family, the Laurence Brandts. Mrs Emma Pfeil of Radclifff: spent several days visiting he: sister-in-law, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the Church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Albert Looft and Mrs Martha Haggles hostesses. Mrs George Thompson had charge of the program. Mrs Gerturde Wiemer went to Des Moines a week ago Sunday afternoon to spend this week with her brother and his wife the John Tillmoneys. Mr Tillmoney has been ill the past couple of weeks with ulcers. Don Fennemu who attends Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, spent a weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs William Fenncnia. Mrs Clayton Roseboro and Mrs L. A. Nitz entertained the Neigh- borhood Birthday club at the Roseboro home. Albert Barnes was taken to the University Hospitals, in Iowa City, recently. He has beer, suffering with acute neuritis. Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth and Brenda went to Albert Lea recently where Mr Wentworth consulted a bone specialist. He received a broken wrist last summer while working at the Green Giant company at Blue Earth and still has a stiff arm . , Leo Willadsen received word that his mother Mrs O. S. Willadsen of Storm Lake had fallen at her home and had received a severely broken wrist. Mr Willadsen went at once to see her in. the hospital in Storm Lake and again on Saturday. Mrs Harold Herzog was in tht hospital last week in Buffalo Center with acute neuralgia. ' Potatoes are the principal crop in Maine. i HOSPITALS i Oct. 1 — Urban Lentsch, Ottosen, medical. Pet. 2 — Baby girl Muller, Algona, boarder; E; P. Fredrickson, Burt, medical; Marvin D. Grisham, Algona,,accident. Oct. 4 — Mrs Joseph Mergen, Algona, boy, 7-1. Oct. 5 — Mrs John Lenertz, Bode, girl, 8-2; Mrs Melvih Pompe, Whittemore, girl, 5-13; Candy Halsrud, Algona, burn. Oct. 6 — Mrs Mary Murphy, Lone Rock medical; Mrs Jerrald Davis Algona girl 7-3. Oct. 7 — Mrs W. R. Thompson, Algona, maternity; Robert Coady, Burt, medical.- Oct. 8 — Mrs George Fandel, Rodman, maternity; Mrs Ed Tigges, Burt, boy, 8-13; Mrs James Oliver, Bancroft, boy, 8-4, girl, 2-15 (expired); Mrs Ralph Simons, Algona, girl, 7-5%; Mrs John Eller, Jr., Algona, medical. Being A Pharmacist Is A Never-ending Education . . . SERVING YOUR Prescription NEEDS A pharmacist must keep himself completely up-to-date on all the advances of modern medicines. The prescrip- tions you bring to us are carefully prepared by our conscientious pharmacists. THUENTE PHARMACY Phone CY 4-2528 OUR BUSINGS 1$ PROiKTf NG YOUR HI Ml IH POINTING OUT SOME INTERESTING THINGS ABOUT THE NEW 1958 CHEVROLET TRUCKS Complete New Front iink Styling Modern Dual Headlamp*. Redesigned Grille, Hood, Fen- der * • • .,, ' '- Five Basic Engines Offered - Topped By New Large V-8 Of 230 Horsepower Engines Actually 1 1-3 Inches Lower In Height I Unique Design Gives Higher Engine Output By Far , •' " t. ' , ' ' " * > They're |fvik* With A New, Massive Look —SteppedUp In Eyery Way There's the ''Apache" . . , fhe "V!lrii$" v. Jihe "Spartan" ... and ^NAf TRUCKS THEY ARE! 1958 CHEVROLET TRUCKS COMING TO KOSSUTH MOTOR CO, ALGONA S hi f W ! i S ti t» "i , u ; y i u, i j ". j*.i 3 ,'L -s : > ;i' tii. i'?' ib it>",2O' 2 > 22'.:.''} -'-i ./-

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