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h V 4-AioOKa f»B.) Upp&r ftdi Motnes Thundny, April *, 1959 .<...*...,. n .JT... -.^..t^ ^ -v,, • -^. - A» ...-«..._--, - - - • r ^ ' --rh.- niT" -..- J -L_. lr" £:.-- L lui n / mir" -..—.' - - T'-" ——— Shirley Dau, Whittemore, Honored; To Wed April 11 Sharlene Downs, Wesley, To Wed W i) l M • h n. * f „ ._ j— A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday, Mar. 22. itt St Paul's church parlors in honor of Shirley Dau, daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Dau. Miss Dau, who is employed in Des Moines, will be married April 11 to Richard Kirschner of De& Moines. Cards and Bunco were played. Miss Dau won high and Wanetta Vaudt low in bunco; Mrs Harry Schmeling high and Mrs Ernesi Meyer low in five hundred. Mrs Albert Haag of Algona won the door prize. Mrs Victor Dau spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines, at the home of her son and family, Mr and Mrs Duane •Dau, and also attended a showei ,in honor of her daughter in Dcsj Moines. Hospital News Mrs Herbert Potratz entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona, last week with a kidney infection. " Mrs Gerald Elbert underwent surgery in St. Ann hospital in Algona Saturday. , Mrs Lena Krebsbach entered the Unfversity hospital in Iowa .City, Thursday, and had eye surgery Monday. Mr and Mrd Mike Koppen of, Whittemore arjd Mrs Jerry Sullivan of Ledyard went to Iowa City to be with her On Monday. Karen Seely, nine year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Bert Seely, entered University hospital in Iowa City on March 9, and underwent a serious heart opera• ,tion on March 13, Karen was born with an heart ailment and her parents had made several trips to Iowa City to consult with the specialist in regards her condition. She was released from .the hospital March 23 and came home that same evening. Leo Walters entered the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Wednesday for observation. ', Mr* and Mrs Alden Struecker - ire the parents of a son born in • ! t. Ann hospital Sunday, Mar. 22 „ Ihey now have three boys. Ce-ttttftnaHoh Dinners Mr and Mrs'Harold Schmeling entertained relatives on Palm Sunday,at a dinner in honor of their daughter Nancy on her confirmation, at Peace Lutheran shurch in Wfest Bend. Guests included Mrs Alvina Schmeling and Mr and Mrs Carl Beck and.fam- ily of Windom, Minn., Mr and Mrs Frit?. Gilmann find son Jimmy of EstherVille, Mr and Mrs Louis Bernihghaus and son John and daughter Karen of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Hugo Berninghaus and son Edward of Algona and Mrs William Beming- daus and son Rudolph of hero Mr and Mrs William Lauck were evening callers. A dinner was given by Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling in honor of their son £raig on his confirmation in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Guests included Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer and family of Lake Crystal, Minn., Mr and Mrs Carol Schmeling of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Laverne Sdhroeder of Moville, Mrs Kate Schroedcr and son Arthur of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder 'and Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and daughter Susan of Lohe Rock, Mr and Mrs Erwin Klatt of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Howard. Lowman of Algona and Mrs Anna Behnke of here. Mr and Mrs Edward Downs of Wesley announce the engagement and approaching marriage, Juno 8, of their daughter Sharlene and Jim Reising, son of Mr ahd Mrs Andrew Reising of Wesley. Mi*i siiipTer "and Mrs W Downs is employed at Home * ed- rfa / nded ' the W<S .C.S eral Savings & Loan at Algona. Her fiance is employed at Hamilton's Hatchery at Wesley. (UDM Engraving). • . Mrs Ernie Meyer visited with her sister, :Mrs Herbert-Potratz Friday. Mrs Potratz is u patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich and son Duane and daughter Darlene aScompanied by the former's father, Fred -Heinrich attended confirmation exercises at Wilbcrt, Minn., recently. Lester Heinrich, son of Mr and Mrs Edgar Heinrich, was a member of the class. • Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and Mr and Mrs Torn Dunphy were entertained at pinochle " at the home of Mr • and Mrs" Erwin Siems last week. ' Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichten- , f TO A. J. "Arriie"' On The GRAND OPENING Of His Fine New Offices It Was My Pleasure To Have • Been Chosen For The Plumbing Work. L. S. MUCKEY \ 1 • " f Heating & Plumbing 12 N. Dodge" " ' CY 4-2104 WJMMWSJ/S/SMV////7//s//r//^^^ Congratulations And Best Wishes To The *« .J / »»t , RICKLEFS INSURANCE AGENCY \, On The Occasion Of THE OPENING OF BEAUtlFUL NEW dahl had as dinner guests at their home a week ago Sunday Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and Herman Wichtendahl of here, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl and family of OUosen, Mr and Mrs -Hank .WichtendiihJ and daughter of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Ross Burns and sons of Thor, Mr and Mrs : Harlan Wichtendahl and sons, Mi's Lyle Andersen ahd son Mark and Selma and Emogene Wichtendahl of Algona. , Gerald Ollom of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and Mrs Mathilda Meyer of Whittemore i drove to ' Yanklon, So. Dak., Monday. They stated that in tho western part of the state and Dakota the farmers were in full progress with their sowing. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidcn- with returned : Wednesday from Albert Lea, Minh., where they were at the home of their son- in-law and 'daughter,..Mr.and Mr.i LI Oyd Walker. ' , Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers oj Waveriy arrived hei^e ^Thur^clay evening 1 at the parental;home of Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs to spend their Easter vacation. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and son Gary of .Albert Lea were Saturday 'dinner 'guests at. the Arthur Heidenw ; ibh home'.f '".Thej also visited with Mrs Bessie Walker,,mother of Mr Walker in Algona. •";•.-' •"-• • : ••••'"" "•' ••'" '''•' " : The Setting Hens 500 club met Monday evening at the home of ; Mrs Melvin Roeber. Mrs Fred Ruhnfee winning high, Mrs Wayne Wagner low, and Mrs Alfred Bell; travel. " ,?The Woman's 'Club met Monday evening at the'?home of Mrs Elizabeth Mergen. New officers were elected, as follows: President, Mrs Anna Behnke; vice, president, Mrs George rWinkel: ecretary, Mrs Ralph Bauer: ;reasurer, Mrs Richard Vaughn Mrs Henry Mueller entertained twelve women at a pot luck dinner Monday evening,, followed by playing pinochle.' • Mr and Mrs Robert Degan o' Algona entertained their old neighbors, members of their former 600 club Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Vern Bormann won high, Arnold Fischer and Mrs Milford Elbert, low. ; . Mr and Mrs LorenE' Gade entertained their Pinochle club at their home Sunday evening. Hugo Meyer and Mrs Edwin Greinert winning high and Herbert Zumach and Mrs Hugo Meyer low Mr and Mrs Charles G. Kail- asch entertained-Club 18 Sunday evening. William Besch; arid Mrs George Gferigler "won high Harold McDonnell; and Mrr James Butlm' low, and Earl El' bert won the travel '.prize. Mr and Mrs i Ralph ; Sobers of Waverly were [ Friday dinner guests at the home Of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heideixwith. Mr and Mrs Ralph W,alker and claugh- ers were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr ,umach of hqre and Mr and Mrs nd Mrs EJlswprth Heidenwith _nd son Lyle, Mr and Mrs Hernan Voigt of here: and Mr and tfrs Gerald Ollbm of Algona, lelped Arthur Hejdenwith celebrate his birthday Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach Mr and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mr? Adelia Meyer, Mrs Autellfi inger and Mr and Mrs Relrthatjg William Rusctt of Fet^.DMge helped Arthur Rtiawh of Ldttd Creek celebrate his birthday Sunday evening. Mr ahd Mrs Arthur ,Heiden> with' and daughter, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl visited at the homfe of Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck at Lone Rock. Other visitors fct the Kueck home were Mr and Mrs Everett Mittag' afld sOtt 01 Des Moines and Mr and" Mrs Bernard Jensen of Clarion. Mr and Mrs Erwin Sieins left Tuesday morning fdr a week's visit in EvansviTle, Irtd. At the home, of Mr and Mrs Werm Siems. The men are brothers They will also visit in the Gzark's upon their return hcine. Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich were Sunday dinner guests at the parental homeiof Mr and Mrs Gut Frink in Cylinder. Mr and Mrs,Louis Mueller arrived horns from California Tuesday. They were met at Perry by their son-in4aw and daughter, Mi and Mrs Lloyd Johnson of Depew, Mr and Mrs Mueller spent five months of 1958 in California. They left last November and visited eft the homes of their two sons and families Maynard -who lives in Merced, Calif, and Meryln lives in Terlock, Calif. , Mrs Roy Adams, Mrs Sam Shipler and Mrs W. E. Patton attended' the W.S.C.S. meeting al the L. R. Walker home- in Algona. - ' Mr and Mrs James Voigt of Alj gona were Tuesday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and' Mrs Archie Voigt in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs George Winkel returned home Thursday from a month's'• Visit'in southern California. Mr and Mrs Vern Bormann and Tamily wqre Sunday evening dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Floyd Conlon in Emmetsburg. Plan Discard Of Old Ordinances Some of Algofift'ft fifed,—,, ordinances are due to bfc tethoved from the books. City 5 Attorney 'ftuss Buchanan was autftori£ed last week by the Algona City Council to bring' all 'city -ordinances up-to-date and-eliminate some which no loftgef ' apply, such as whefe to hitch .horses and speed limits 6n dray wagons and other horte-drawtt vehicles The renovation has beefc considered down through the year*. ~.. k-irt AfnMrtrt 4 Atrttti nfrv 4f. first j&fti and pes*ed. If •tat IJe iSs*!.""-'-^* ftetk.M purchfl%«f a i flew" _, ,;as a re^lacejfteft^ 1fo*!ofie fetmerlyi ui#d wft Bfol^ o^w^r.TMejnew* a.™— iFfefe SHU^M Street* BittfSigli* ' .:t&4c«y. : f *—».. , t,.-....*.^ ipfr -the ModSe Lodge ahd PMe Bbom were ed, • - - <i . • no action taken on it An oraionce which win prohibit on street parking on Algona's two new through streets, Mc- dregor and dall, was read tha Gets Blood Clot - Banfcrdlt —* Llwfen<fe Seeker essMet in thi .Fahfeers tmd ?Trad erg< b|nk here, has Been spend ing a few day* ftt hdttfe, He has a blood clot i« ti& -left leg. Becker t was bowling whfcn he ,&dd it felt as though someone had'Shot him, in the leg with a BB gun.,, GREAT -GRANDMOTHER Mrs Frauke Schadendorf of Lakota recently became a great- grandmother twice within five days. A boy was ,born to a grand-child in Bancroft and a boy- was born to another grandchild in Lone Rock. '//y/M&&^/Z'/ym'//sr//'/j'/M^^ '/////, TO A. J. "ARNIE" RICKLEFS On His Beautiful New Office It was our privilege to do the painting Everett & Paul ALGONA Phone CY 4-4405 **"»*»S + \SJP": rs//s//AwyAy//yy/4'////^^^ T To A B V FF fi «" Ff |V I i 1 . J. Arnse Ricktefs And In Their New Offices At 2 E. State St. The years of their tenancy in the Algona Hotel were pleasant ones. The space formerly occupied by their offices will now be utilized in the Algona Hotel's expansion program! '/M'M///S/ l /'/M//M : M:W^^^ We Were'Happy TP Have,Be,er» ,,. A* .Peneral <5onfra«tQr-For The fton, T .,r.,..p. $M?K<M i PW '<"$£¥ l " .' >V*v(-S ' ? *>&' J ''&* >,'' '" ''' " ' • %^y&4%% '/I-.B', •'.-. ,yV'^/v,, „ . •> , __ Hw ^ ri ^___ | v HMH |i l _ Hb ' , _ai _. *,•••*' ' jMiMEB mmm MfW,S.VfSsS//M/SSSSSS/&//SSSS//////S^^^ Mr". CorafwJ ,» .» « YOU ARE TIRED OIF PAYING FOR, THE OTHER FELLOW'S AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS — SEE t '< , ' Arnie Ricklefs The Change Of Location Of The Of W From S 2 E, State Algona I UP AVINCS TO TO ACCIDE DRIVtRSI Cell 101 West State St. To 2 EAST STATE ST. (Formerly The Sesyrity $tote Bank) ml \ OiFORE & ranflft with bftth surfa6e,ana 6v*n hsaterA thfiit'plufl-oUt to mak* eleanlna a bfe*2«. 1959 WESTINGHOUSE' ELECTRIC RANGE WITH PLUG'OUT UNITS ""'Yes, cleaning's a breeze— and , cooking's a pleasure with these , ,WestinghoUse ,PLUS features! • M/rAC/* S*a/«d '- Oyli/tl ur ' ' -• .•* Supir Coro* Unit • "Autdniaile > Cooking 01001 Hoatt NEW COOKING MIRACLE Ask about the exclusive Westmghouse Serv-Temp Eioast Guard that keeps meat hot, juicy, done to taste even if dinner's delayed for hours! IN YOUR DEHUMIDIFIER Jus/ plug in! END RUST, MOLD, CORROSION, WARPING, PEELING PAINT, WET FLOORS AND WALLS! No longer need you sacrifice hundreds of dollars (and customer good will) to damp ruin. The Westinghouse Dehumidifier removes up to 81 pints of moisture daily, • dries the air in an enclosed 13,000 cu. ft. area. Pays for itself over and ouch' Uses no more current than a light bulb. Rolls on casters. S-yeor replacement guarantee on refrigeration unit. Use at borne for damp basement, too. Free Demonstration-* come in now! EASY WEEKUV TERMS AUTOMATIC HUMIDISTAT automatically starts and stopTthe Dehumidifier as required to maintain selected bumjdity condition. Cuts operating costs I you CAN BE SURE..,IF IT'S . ouse our rarai mui ^M lAHI Al; iHiHi 315 l.STATi ' , CY 4-3613 "The Wildest Trader In Town" Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper

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