The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1965
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Pictured above are the Cardinals of the National League coached by Ted Chrischilles. They are, left to right - Randy Nielsen, 'Kevin Ruhnke, Kris Meyer, Dennis Peterson, Gene Chrischilles, Paul Martin, Harold Bestenlehner, Scott Olson and David Chris- chilles. Second row, left to right - Tim Hill, Mike Koob, Mickey Anderson, John Pittman, Danny Ruhnke, Larry Groen, Mark Kinsman, and Michael Sifert. 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei Thursday, July 22, 1965 AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Bohannon left Tuesday morning to take their daughter, Ann, to Minneapolis where she will Join a number of girls and travel by bus to Walker, Minn, where she will be at Camp Danworthy. Mr. and Mrs. Bohannon remained in the Cities overnight. Ann expects to be gone for a month. She arrived home last Friday after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kees and Pamela at the Kees' summer home at Neston Falls, Canada. THE ALGONA Bit and Spur Club held a game day and ice cream social Sunday, with about 60 in attendance. Homemade ice cream, cookies and pie were served. The event took place at the grounds near the airport, where games on horses and on foot were enjoyed. Loren Bell Is president of the group and Sherry Bulten reporter. SCOTT FREDERICK Wegener, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wegener and grandson of Mrs. Fred Wegener, was baptized into the First Presbyterian church Sunday. The younger Mrs. Wegener and three children are remaining here while her husband takes six weeks of training at Rantoul, 111. He has been in the Air Force for a number of years, during which time they have been stationed in Germany and Anchorage, Alaska, where they endured the earthquake on Good Friday a year ago. More recently, they have beenatKlamath Falls, Oregon, and will return to the base there following Mr. Wegener's schooling. In addition to visiting Mrs. Fred Wegener, the younger Mrs. Wegener will also visit a sister, Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt, and a sister, Mrs. Bruce Graham, Swea City. A MONTHLY two-ball foursome and cook-out took place at the Country Club Saturday evening. The host committee included as chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pittman, together with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser. Several prizes were awarded. IN DUPLICATE bridge June 21, there were live tables in play. In first place were Mrs. Beth Miller and Mrs. J. C. EverJs; second, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Pfeffer of Wesley; third, Mrs. Redden and Mrs. Blomgren of Britt; and fourth, Mrs. McGuire and Mrs. Kennedy of Bancroft. In play July 21, also with five tables, in first place were Mrs. Coslow and Mrs. Jacobson of Britt; second, Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Clara Zender; third, Dean Kinsman and J. C. Everds; and fourth, Mrs. Nemrners and Mrs, McGuire of Bancroft. The next play will take place next Monday evening at 7:45 at the Legion hall. MR. AND MRS.Miles Sloniker, Carol and Kim returned Saturday after being gone 17 days, traveling 4500 miles. They attended the 48th International Convention of Lions Clubs in Los Angeles, at which Richard Nixon was a featured speaker. The family visited many interesting cities and points of interest on their trip, including a journey into Old Mexico. Following the convention, they spent three days in Oceanside, California, later proceeding to San Diego and Los Angeles. They visited the Grand Canyon and Denver on their return trip. In Anaheim, California, they found that two former Al- gonans, Norene StuderandVirgie Allen, both work in a shop which offers Indian articles. MRS. JERRY PINGEL, the former Rosentary Reinders, will be honored at an open house shower July 26 at 8 p. m. at Good Hope Methodist church. All friends and relatives are invited. MR. AND MRS. T. J. Palmer returned after spending the past week at the Black Hills, S. D., and Cheyenne, Wyo. Their daughter, Mrs. Michael "Gagen, and her son, Michael, returned with them from Cheyenne for a visit here. DONALD GORDON Kramer, infant son ofMr.andMrs.Marvin- Kramer, was baptized July 18 by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's church. Sponsors were Mrs. Frances Froehlich and Gordon Kramer. Dinner and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froehlich and children, St. Benedict. After dinner callers were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berendes and children, Algona. VISITORS AT THE Pat Murphy home are Judy Murphy of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGrath and son, Mark, of Chicago. Mrs. McGrath is the former Mary Murphy. Coming this weekend will be Betty Murphy and William Blake of Omaha. DR. KARL Hoffman is spending two weeks at his summer home at Lake Okoboji. With him are his daughter, Mrs. Stephen DeCnuie of New York City and her children, who arrived recently for a visit. MR. AND MRS. Forrest Twogood of Los Angeles, visiting Mrs. Twogood's sister, Barbara Haggard, and other relatives here, spent the weekend in Minnesota. They expect to remain in Algona at least until the end of the month. MRS. DAVID HAGGART and David, Mark and Rickie of Omaha are spending two weeks at the Bourne summer home on West Okoboji with her mother, Mrs. Melvin Bourne. They were joined there Wednesday by Mrs. Kirk Hayes and John, Jeffrey and Billie. Dr. Bourne, Mr. Hayes and Mr. Haggart joined the family for the weekend. Mrs. Haggart spent a day in Algona last week. MRS. ALBERT Rehfeldt and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hoekman and Barbara, Hartford, S. Dak., spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell and family. GUEST LAST week of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Laird wasalpng-tlme friend of the latter, Mrs. Ethel Harden of Washington, D.C. Mrs. Laird spent the week previous visiting a brother, Chester Hansell and family at Randolph, and another brother, Bill Hansell at Plattsmouth, Nebr. She also visited a sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gaylord, Glenwood. MR. AND MRS. Henry Geilenfeld and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser returned last week from a trip to Duluth, Superior and Hibbing. DAVID SMITH, city clerk, spent Wednesday in Des Moines where he attended a meeting of state finance officers. Mr. Smith is a member of the board of that group. ROBERT BLACK, member of the school board who recently had surgery to his back, has returned from the hospital and is now able to be out to a limited degree. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele and Sally left Friday and spent the weekend in Minneapolis where they attended the Aqua- tennial and visited points of interest. They returned Sunday evening. REV. AND MRS. Walter Morz and children left Monday for a short visit with their respective parents and families in Wichita, Kansas. MR. AND MRS. T. H. MacDonald, Boxford, Mass., became the parents of a baby boy born July 17. They have two daughters, five and seven. Mrs. Mac-Donald is the former Jill Clapsaddle. Real Estate Transfers Bradfield, Mary, unmarried to Clarence & Mary Ann Golwitzer 7-2-65 Way & Barret's Park Add. Blk 16; Wesley. Fortney, Maude H., Widow to Maude H. & Robert M. Fortney 7-2-65 Cotton's Subdiv. of Pt. of Outlot "D" Lone Rock, la. Lot 9 blk 11 N 1/2 Lot 8 Blk 11. Parrett, Olin E. & Lucille L. to Arthur E. & Lois F. Menneke 7-1-65 0. P. lot 7 blk 40; Algona. Schaper, Elizabeth W., sgl. to Vincent C. Archer et ux 7-6-65 5 1/2 of OL 12 First Add.; Lakota (except see rec.). Yungeberg, Dale & Rachel J. to Rachel J. Yungeberg 7-2-65 N 51' of S 94' of Lots 6, 7 &8 East of Diagonal St. in Call's Add. blk 186; Algona. Yungeberg, Dale & Rachel J, to Rachel J. Yungeberg 7-2-65 0. P. lot 4 blk 34; Algona. Olson, Lorimer V. & Annelise to D & M Inc. 7-2-65 All that pt. of Lot 9 A.P. Gov. Lot 3 See rec.; 11-95-29. Renger, A. J., sgl. to Walter A. 6 Karen A. Renger 7-6-65 1 Acre in SE corner of SE 1/4 4-98-29. Finch, Melvin & Delia to Kenneth P. Wehrspan 7-7-65 Call's Add. Lots 3-8 Inc. blk 71 Algona. Hantelman, Martin C. & Delphine to Donald R. Tietz 713-65 S 20' of Lot 2 blk 2 All of Lot 3 Blk 2 & N 2ff Hantelman's 2nd Add. lot 4 blk 2; Fenton. Kossuth County Cheese Corp. to Farm Serv. Co. 7-12-65 OL 7 exc. 30' (see rec.); Burt. Navratil, Norma S. widow to Dennis P. & Bonnie L. Mittag 7-9-65 A tract of land in Lot 13 of A. P. of S 1/2 SE 1/418-99-29 & N 1/2 NE l/4desc.asseerec.; 19-99-29. Tietz, Donald R. & Shirley B. to Jesse & Alleda Harms 7-9-65 N 1/2 Beane's Add. lot 4 blk 1 N 1/2 W 1/2 Beane's Add. lot 3 blk 1; Burt. Baldus, Everett N, & Evelyn G. to Donald E. & Kathryn L. Meyers 7-10-65 Wellendorfs 2nd Add. lot 6 blk 2; Algona. Foertsch, Albert J., sgl. to Angelian Foertsch 7-9-65 All of SW 1/4 lying N. of C. M. & St. P. R. R. R. of W. 35-96-27; exc. see rec, FRANK V. DEVINE ESTATE FARM A 2 70-AC RE LIVESTOCK AND GRAIN FARM FOR SALE TO CLOSE ESTATE DESCRIPTION: East Half of the Northeast Quarter; Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; Government Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8; all in Section 8, Township 93, North, Range 28, West of the 5th P. M., Humboldt County, Iowa. Merchantable title will be POSSESSION: Immediate, subject to lease, conveyed by executors. TERMS: 10% down in cash; balance in cash within 60 days. Sale subject to approval of Humboldt County District Court. For information contact John I. Devine, Britt, Iowa, Executor; or Joe E. Lynch, Jr., Algona, Iowa. (54-55) (•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••J ^HBI^^ ^UPMBF flHHRv JBw > CLURUKE ON MEN'S FINE CLOTHING SAVE UP TO 50% 65 MEN'S SUITS All Men's Summer Suits an pi special group of YEAR-ROUND SUITS, Regulars, Shorts, Long* Sites 37 to 46 and SUMMER SUITS DRASTIC REDUCTIONS All Men's SPORT COATS from regular stock . . A good Selection-of Styles, Fabrics, Summer Weights and Regular Weights. REDUCED UP TO 50% '12. PRICED FROM ON ALL MEN'S and BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS •in • C if Jin • •am SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S - Sharply Reduced ! All from Regular Stock — Jac Shirts, Knitwear, Tapers and Regular Styles — Sizes S-M-L-XL. Reg. Price to $4.00 Reg. Price to $5.00 f|QW Reg. Price to $6.95 NOW $08 BOYS 7 Short Sleeve Sport Shirts BOYS' short sleeve Sport Shirts by Tom Sawyer & Campus — Jac Shirts, Knits, Traditional — 6 MOW 51.99 BLAST JACKETS For Men and Boys Nylons or Madras Type Plaids NOW $5.77 NOW $3.99 MEN'S VALUES to $7.95 BOYS' VALUES to $4.98 Men's SHORT SLEEVE Blue Chambray WORK Sizes s M . L . XL SHIRTS MEN'S & BOYS' "Muscle Man" Sleeveless T-SHIRTS R In Colors "'.» 99c MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT in All New Styles, Wool Dacron Blends or Dacron Blend, Wash 'n Wear Fabrics. Values to $9.95 Values to $10.95 Values to $12.95 NOW NOW NOW J Complete Clearance of All Men's Straw Hats .... at f /2 MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS All Styles and Sizes BOYS 1 Bermuda Shorts Sizes 10 to 18 — Regular $3.49 - NOW $2.77 MEN'S NEW TAN Jean Style Sizes 29 to 38 CORDUROY LEE LEANS BOYS' JOCKEY MEN'S WEAR Reg. $1 each TEE-SHIRTS ... t for jig 79 PAIR SHOES Men's Dress and Casuals from regujar stock — sizes 6'/2 to 11 - Values to $11.95 . . . ,- NOW ( l \^,^r AUGONA.IOWA

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