The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 14
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6-Aigen<t (ta.) Upper DM Meinet , Thursday, August 13, 1959 It* <;; J? „' " • Latest Styles Are Pre-Viewed At Whittemore — A crowd of ovor "600 from a vide urea attcnrifri the style show sponsored hv Court 'Snint There?o Catholic Daughters of America at tho Plantation ballroom Aug. 5. Fashions wore shown hv 2ft locvil models. Featured in the? grand finale was .1 bridal group, whose identity was kept sc-errt Until then. Bridesmaids wore Margie Uhlenhakc and Betty Derncr. David Elbert \vas dressed as ring-bearer and Kay fiteirr Stoning REX ALLEN TV's 'FrorcKer Doctor' See Frontier Doctor on KGLO, Channel 3, Tuesday, 6:30 to 7 P.M. For free ticket information write io North Iowa Fair, Mason City, Iowa. «•<* as flower gil. The bidal was worn by Rita Streit, senior at Briar dliff College," Sioux City. Other models were Larry Zal- loukel. Debra Crotty, Prancina O'Brien. David Voigt, Tommy Kollawh. David Bcsch, Pamela Kirsch, Barbara Drone, Mike Klhert, Mary Beth Foley, Jennie Grimier. Mary Margaret McDonnell. Joan Baas. Betty Besch, C.irol Kollasc:h, Mary Walker. Mary Conrad. Caroline Capcsius, Byrl Bisenius, Zila Bormann, Katlilren Fanoll, Margaret Zat- loiikcl and Irene Waldron. Mis Inc-7. Eisfle, general chairman, was narnitor for the show. Othris on the committee were Esther Walters, Linda Kirsch, Mary Duffy, Frances O'Brien, M.-n-y Jano Bosch, Irene Waldron mill Mao McDonnell. Gift certificates were given ai dcor pi ixcs. First prize $20, was won by Mrs Duane Arend, Al- gitiia, second pi'ize $10, by Mrs Bob Gengler, Whittemore, and third prixe S5.00 by Mrs Bernard McDonnell. Lone Rock. Ptui! Eisele played organ selections and accompanied the vocal groups on the piano. Lei and Derncr. a sextet, composed of Mary Loobach. Carol Kollasch, Mary Walker, Betty Besch, Margie Uhlenhake and Betty Derner sang, Mary Jo Haag played a piano solo and Marlin Kirsch, Gnry Harms and Leland Derner sang. After the program guests wero served lunch. Esther Walters and Linda Kirsch were chairmen of the food committee. Others, on the committee were Gwen Johnson, Pearl Besch, Mary Catherine Elbert. Frances Mosbach, Isabelle Locbaeh, Minnie Vaughn, Esther Morgan, Evelyn Winkel» Geneva Elbert, Beriiadette Stcier, Mildred Elbert, Anita Degan, Dorothy Duffy, Clarice Elbert, Mary Geelan, Ltfis Vigdahl, Rita Derner, Mary Schmitt and Catherine Walker. Mrs Anna Busoherfeld, grand regent of the local C.D.A.-"and Marion Fuchsen poured. Ushers were Patty Fickibohm, Mary Locbaeh, Barbara Elbert and Carol Reding. Heidenwith Reunion The annual Heidenwith:-re- Blake funeral Homes Homes At .**«. - —,, LuVERNE ' "" ""WESLEY "Understanding Service" TITONKA RENWICK 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped Hercules" Playing Here NEW MODERN HOME FOR SALE AT Public Auction ON The enticing scene shown above is one from the moving picture epic, "Hercules", which appears at the • Algona Theatre, ending Saturday of this week, and then moves to the Drive-In for the next three days, starting Sunday. Steve Reeves plays the title role, and Sylvia Koscina is his romantic interest in the all-color picture. Both are pictured here. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 At 6:30 P.M. On The Premises At WHITTEMORE, IOWA Legal description of house being sold—Kossuth County, State Iowa, Block Two (2) — Lots Four (4) and Five (5) and north >/z L °* SiX J 6 ^' , High Lawn addition to the town of Whittemore, Iowa This new. modern 1 Victory. 3 bedroom house jwas built forjresale by the Baker Lumber" Company "of Emmeisburgrii""is~located 2 blocks west and !'/« blocks, south of Main Street. The main floor consists of a large kitchen and dinnetie combined. It has an ample amount of built in cupboards and a double sink. There is a broom close} in the kitchen and asphalt tile on the floor. The bathroom also has asphalt tile on the floor. The rest of the house has oak floors over all both upstairs and down. The large living room has a cove ceiling, coat closet, picture window. The hall has a lirTen Closet. The bedrooms have closets, and are ,of a desirable size. The upstairs has a large bedroom with storage'spaces. There is also a , very large storage closet there. The basement is very complete with a Armstrong furnace, Rheem Imperial gas water heater, and a shower siall, A 1,000 gallon natural gas tank goes with the house. The7e are combination screens and storms on the house. TERMS;'20% down on date of sale, balance when the abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed is furnished. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION This house is available for inspection at any time by appointment With - the broker, Llyod M. Berkland of Fenton, Iowa — Phone 233. NOT RESPONSIBLE JN CASE OF ACCIDENTS BAKER LUMBER CO. BY C W. WHITE - TREAS, Uoyd M, JijKklftnd. jVucUpneer Fwrner's State pan]?, clerk 9t IOWB 32* union was held Sunday at tho home of Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey at Britt. The following families were present: Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, Daniel, and Kay Frances, Whilterriore, Mr and Mrs Ralph Sobers• of Waverly, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker, Gary and Helen Lynctte and Mr and Mrs Conrad Oppegard and son, Albert Lea, Minn. i Mrs Fred C. Wegener, Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz and family, Algona, Mr and Mrs Gordon Wegener and family, Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener, and family, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson and family, Burt. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueclc, Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck and Karen, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen, Clarion, Mr'and) Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cynthia and Mr and Mrs Everett ( Mittag, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck and family, Algo'na, Mr and Mrs Don Miller and family of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and Charles and Howard, Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Erwan Heidenwith and Charles, Swea City, Dr. and, Mrs John Corbett and daughter, Grand Island, Neb., Mrs Craig Deim and family, Fulda, Minn., Mr and Mrs Derrald .Log'e and family, Blue Earth, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey and son Mr-and Mrs Harold Sankey and family and Mr and Mrs Wayne Ditsworth, Britt. Elberi Reunion One hundred and iifrteen at 7 tended the, 'late "Mr and Mrs 1 Simon Elbert family reunion held in the Academy hall Sunday afternoon. Prizes were awarded Simon Elbert Jr., oldest grand- 'ather, Eileen Lewis, Fort Dodge, door prize, youngest baby pre- enl, Anna Marie Busherfeld, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward 3ush.er.feld, youngest mother pre- ent, Mrs Lawrence Drew, Emmetsburg, coming the farthest, Theresa Busherfeld of Massaoh- uetts. Casper Keene underwent surgery at St. Ann Thursday. Fred Kollasch underwent surgery at the University hospitals at Iowa City Wednesday. A miscellaneous shower was icjd Monday evening in honor of Agnes Shipporeit of Ainsworth, "Jeb. in the Lutheran church par- ors. At Bunco Miss Shipporeit won high and Joan Slagle low. At 500 Mrs J. P. Fuchsen Jiigh and Mrs Delbert Ostwald low. Mrs Fuchsen also won travel. Miss Shipporeit is teaching in St Paul's school and will be married to Marcus Zumach at Ainsworth Aug. 16. In a deal made last week Gordon Jenson sold his home to Mr and Mrs Ben Hanson. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and daughter Helen, Alber,t Lea Minn, spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heideniwith. lorth with Otto Jensen, are at Mr Jensen's cabin. Mr and Mrs Ed Cook at Burington spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs W*iyne Lynch. They wlio recently spent a week in tha LuVerne Hqmrtierstroni home of Ware. Mr and Mrs Ray ZWic- fel of Penton, the Luverne Ham* Ware and the Ralph LONE ROCK NEWS Jane Dreyer, Susan,Theeslield and Donna Cannon 'of Fehton attended the Y.W.C.A. Camp at Boone. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and Mrs Dick Theesfield of Fenton took the girls to the camp. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt called Thursday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen. Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and Alvin visited in the Floyd .Nichols home at Emmetsburg Sunday. Craig Jensen is staying up Mrs Paul fhackeft and^Mrs }crald Radig were visiting with their mother Mrs Anna Alke at Ti tonka recently. Mrs Emma Hurfburt and girls, Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurl-bun and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and girls and Mr and Mrs Burt Quinn of Armstrong were callers Sunday in the Junior. Hurlburt home. They were celebrating Junior's birthday. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber had as callers, Mr and Mrs Frank Galer and granddaughter of Fort Dodge and Mrs.Francis Melther and 'daughter ol Winston, Oklahoma. , \ Mrs Wil'liamWidrade and children were callers.Saturday in the home-of Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder. Mrs Andrade is Ihe former Patricia Quinn. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroedef were callers Thursday evening in the home of Mr" and Mrs Harry Schmeling of Whittemore, They were celebrating Mrs Schmeling's birthday. Kay Geitzenauer visited from Tuesday until Saturday in the Walter Benson home at-,Randall. Mary Benson returned 'with Kay to spend a few days iri the Geitzenauer home. Rev. and Mrs Marvin Schultz and family of Alton, 111. are re- Ha*n.merstreflaA (A, Lone v&tted together in the park. Mr and Mrs Wayne Meyer of Algona were guests Sunday in the Arden Hovey home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt spent Saturday afternoon with Wilma JBttsh in Algon-a. Mrs Martha Rath" and .Mr and Mrs Lawrence Raih were callers recently in the Emrna Hurl-hurt home. Mrs Florence Schrader, Mrj Martin Hatitelman, Mrs Ed Prie>e, Mrs Clair Bolliftgeis ' Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Dale Schrocder, Mrs Menwiri.Hurliburt and Junior Hurlburt Were call* ers Monday evening in the Emma Hurlburt home. , , Callers Saturday in the, Lawrence Dittmer home Were Dr. and Mrs Lyle Morris and^ son William of Mineo-la, N,-Y, and dau* ghter, Mr and, -Mrs Charles Madzt-.'eski arid Peggy Jane arid Patricia of NorthDOirt,. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs Willis Cotton, John Cotton and Carole Lea Taylor o< Des Mc4nes spent the weekenc at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper and family visited Thursday evening in the John McCain home at Emmetsburg. , . Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath an'd turning home after spending 10 days with the Fred Schultz family and other friends and relatives. . -' ' • Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen Bryan r and Kathy were' Sunday guests in the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener attended a Heidenwith reunion in the Leo Sankey home at Britt Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller were visitors in the Phil Ballarc home ,at Algona Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammer strom and family went to Em- me,tsburg Sunday to get -Janet Houck is visiting iri i he ho%ife of her parents, Mr and tfrs Don Hotfck for a month. David AHtz is spending the week ft the Houck home, Frank Flaig visited Satur* day in the Dean Jergenson hbme at Algona. Mr and Mrs^Glenn Flint and girls visited Tuesday in the home of Mr and Mrs Roger Long, i Mr and Mrs George Kissner and family,,Mf and Mrs Sam Mc- Cliesh and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and family of Whittemore spent the weekend, in a cabin up at Spirit Lake. Callers Saturday evening were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and Mr and Mrs Bill Sumach ol Estherville. Mr- and Mrs Henry Schroeder attended a Wiener family reunion at fiibley Aug. 9. , Zora Hanson afld Zetta tnert of Cherokee recently eele-v brated their ?&th birthday an-5 niversaries. They are twins and they have almost always spent their birttfdSys together. Phone CV 4-3585 - Ybur Doris were Sunday evening Visitors in the * Maurice • Weisbrod home, A picnic was held in the Fenton park for Mr and Mrs Tyer Lively of Texas. Howard Bierstedi attended the shower for Patricia Lufkin in the Fenton Methodist church Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Leo^ Ramus ,,and family attended a family reunion at Tama Sunday. Mrs Minnio Hynes and Mrs Grace Ramus accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig visited in the Glenn Burt home at Armstrong. FOIL THE WIND Might pass thesfc bits Of advice on to an outdoofstnanf I)on*t let unexpected cold -winds spoil the t sport when ,you hunt, fish or camp out. Line you* jacket with alu* minttm f oil ... you'll stay warm as toast. Another • " t emergency use: Shape two or three layers of heavy foil to form a pan. Just the' thing for grilling meat, fresh' fish or vegetables over a campfire. And no, utensils to wash! . KEEPS MEAT FRESH 7 DAYS WITHOUT FREEZING BUTTER BRIGHTENED Delicious on crispy crackers or salty rye bread: Blend in 4 hard cooked egg yolks, iriashed, 1 -tap. prepared- lbi piece boio . mustard and dasWof.pepper gna to room with 1 cup creamed butter* BOLOGNA BARBECUES Just the answer for hungry swimmers: Warm J three- AUTO-DEFROST* ^REFRIGERATOR SEPARATE 16MB. FREEZER • Fits flush all around-* no space for dust • Choose-N Change Color Panels vyith new s Shape of Tomorrow styling New 14 cu. ft. WESTlNGHOUSE Combination with exclusive COLD INJECTOR SYSTEM Keeps all foods fresh longer! i §••§•• •» • • • •'•-•'• NOW SHOP ONLY ONCE A WEEK! Even hamburger stays store-fresh 7 days in the special Meat Keeper. Big twin porcelain crispers keep vegetables fresh longer than ever. • low temperatures all over. .. you .can. eyen store .milk in the door • No-bind Glide-Out Shelves • Child-safe Magnetic*Doors t • Foot pedal door opener •>• • Roll-Out Freezer Basket YOU'RE TOO NICE In this modern day, the messy job of carrying garbage to the trash can is not for you! It YOU CAN BE SURE... IUOIUI e«U-OIH AINU »MOWS Beecher Lane Appliance seems as old- fashioned as cooking over an open fire, or washing clothes by hand. It's so easy to make your life (and your kitchen) truly modem. Why wait? Install a new automatic gas incinerator now! Then, even messiest cleanup jobs become almost pleas-' ant. Just wrap up waste, -scraps, papers (eyen chicken and steak bones)'and drop, them in. They're consumed quietly,, quickly, without smoke or odor. See gas incinerators on display at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer soon. HAPPY ENDING Bedtime can be "happy time" for children! One mother 'tucks her young one in as they |go over the day's e.vents. M o, s m 'tells about the fireman who took temperature. Remove casing. •Halve crosswise. Combine 1 cup currant _^ jelly with 4 Tbsp. prepared mu'siard; spread on bologna. Stud with whole cloves. Put each half on a long skewer. Grill over red hot coals, basting with glaze and turning often. Serves 12. -.. POP'S EFFICIENCY PLAN When the new family moved to our block, know what the "Papa":did first? He set up the swing and slide, filled the sandbox with fresh sand! The ; three youngsters stayed out from underfoot, happily occupied. Before long, new playmates were attracted to the yard. Soon the children were >at home in the "strange" neighborhood. a?.* .'!•: . .*?. •;,-. :• -i. ° .:•.'. ..•..-.•*'?.''• BUSY, BUSY DAY ^"'* Baby's crying ;.. dinner's burning ... laundry's still undone! Need help? Go GAS. Automatic refrigeration, controllable cooking, speedy clothes drying, smokeless incineration, dependable water heating, perfect air conditioning and house heating ... all yours with gas!, You get so much more foj so much less, you can't afford to be without it. It's economical,' clean, always there when you need it: And gas service for your home can't be beat. Your dependable pipeline supplier Mrs. Brown's cat down from - is .Northern , Natural Gas the tree. Junior tells about Company. They .pipe gas to your local gas.,company, who pipes it into your home the new friend he -met. Mom leaves child with thought about tomorrow — "Let's have hot cereal for breakfast." Child feels safe and loved: Mom relaxed and happy! seven .days (and nights) a week. C ^ — © Northern Natural Gas Company, Omaha, Nebraska HELLO FOLKS! Welcome To The KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 18-21 While In Algona STOP At __ , hfl PPy to be of wrvk* to the many " Y O II D i r» u M friends of JOHN BEERJ form equipment and PONTIAC. iVWiS J U M IN CADILLAC automobiles! N, DIAGONAL ST. - CY.4*35.61. YOU FINP THS BETTER i^H^^^ I ^^M i^^p -WMi. ' ppHI - •• -^Hr . t wB WIP ^BWI ^BH NMI Mm ^BwMli «BBP HH BH PWp^ PEiRi njf. L A '^.tit.^y* PO N.TIAC,,CADIUAC OEALiR' 1 AIOQNA 109 W, STATE ~ CY 4-4681 CABS WHERE THE FINER NEW CARS ARE SOLD _ - --- '

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