The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
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£** Moir»« Thursday, Oct. 1, 1959 ._ . _.,.,,_ , ,.».,.„ . L . .'• * Elbert Reunion, Whittemore Honors Newlywed Couple *— Immediate families of tfie late ,Mr, and Mrs Peter Eib&rt g&thered at the Plantation Id* a dinner and reception Jftst week Sunday in honor of Mr and Mrs Dawrell Elbert from Philadelphia, who catne here on their wedding trip. It , was al3o a reunion for the Peter Elbsrt family. Those who were present intttlded: Mr and Mrs Barrel! El- bcrt ofc Philadelphia, Penn.: Olto filbert of Los Angeles. Cat; Mr and Mrs Lfro Elberl of Corwith; Mr and -Mrs Lewis Elbert of Pocahontas; Mr and Mrs Bert Fuch- seh of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Andy Elbert, Mrs &ose Schumacher, Mr and Mrs Richard Vaughn, Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert, Mr and Mrs Virgil Elbert, Mr and Mrs Wayne Elbert, Mr and Mrs George J. Elbcrt, Mr and Mr$ii<eo Walters. Mr and Mrs Garry ESbei-t, Mr and Mrs Ear) Elbert and Mrs Marrella Kartell of Whittwnore, Mrs Gletus Elbert and Mr & Mrs Milo Kollasch of Algona. Housewartning Party A number of friends and relatives surprised Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mergen at a housewarming party Saturday evening at their home. Those present were Ml- and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Dennis Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Raich E. Walker. Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Wayno (Teddy) Wagner of here. Mr and 'Mrs Richard Preston of Ringstcd and Mr and Mrs Paul Deilrich of Cylinder. 40th Anniversaries Mr and Mrs Robert Wegcner observed their 40th wedding Sun- day afternoon with open house from 2-5 in St. John's Lutheran church in Fairvitle. Mr and Mrs John Strier also ceJebraied th6ir 40th wedding anniversary SuttJay with a family dinner at the Plantation. In She evening relatives gathered at the Legion hall for a card party HiMh prizes were won by Larry YounRwirih and Mr? Marvin Reding, low went to Richard Young- wiith and Mrs Helen Youngwirlh JLM-ry Steier of Marshalltown won the travel prize. Mr and Mrs Darrell Elbert of Philadelphia returned home Mon* day after spending their wedding trip visiting here with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank W. Eibert and with Mrs Elburt's sisters and brothers. As they were dinner guests Monday with Mr and Mrs Virgil Elberl, the high school band was practicing. Virgil asked the band to play "Anchors Aweigh." Darrell is a Seaman 1st Class in the Navy. Virgil handed them a ten spot for their band fund. Darrell will finish With the Navy in April. He is working with IBM statistical machines and recently received a special commendation from his officer for outstanding ser- vice and ability, M> and Mrs Peter !ti*ch Mr and Mrs Albert Vwth Sterling, 111. spent the w at the home of Mr and- 2Mrs les G. Kollasch and Simott Mr end Mrs Deftn Mgy family spent the weekeftd at the parental home of Mr and Mr* Harry Schrrteling. They retaffi- ed to Lake Crystal, Miftti. Stift» day evening. A number of relatives of M> and Mrs Gerald Oliom of Algona gathered at their home Sunday evening to celebrate the twelfth wedding anniversary. Prepfefti. were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigtf Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs AVthttr Heidemwith, Mrs Dordthy^ Eosen* dahl and daughter Kay Frances" and Mr and Mrs" Milton Espi and sons of Whittemore, (Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt iind Rosella Voigt of Algorta. Mrs George Maahs entertained fie South Side card club at her home Monday evening. Mrs Ernie Meyer won high, Mrs Peter W. Kollaseh low and Mrsf Anna",Bfehnke won the travel prize. Mrs Melvin Roeber with Mrs Alfred Bell as c6-hostess entertained the Setting Hens card club at the Melvin Roefeet ednesday evtrting.^ Atff Be Frid&y dl vfn A. Elbett \a&, t»4 Mrtf Faulsoch traveh-' k Ernie Meyer ftftd uttz arrived home m'ng from a week in northern Minnesota** Mr ad Mrs Deah Wettrspanh are the parents 6f & btfy botA Friday in St. Ann hospital Sh Al* gona. This is theif first diHd, ( •Mr and Mrs Henry Kasehmit- ,ter of Sheldon were last vtfeek Monday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Kolkseh. They Were enroute horrtfe from Minneapolis, where they took their son Matthew to enter a medicflj school. * < Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sh, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer; Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr., Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer, Mi? and Mrs Elvin Meyer, Mr and Mrs Merman Behnke and Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb attended ,the wedding and reception of Nelda Meyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer of Lotts Creek, to John Rarh of Algona last week, Sunday afternoon in Immanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek. - ^ ttttyVKJOfe f&shfi fcttftt i^oacK to *maryvuje» j a.f where the toys wlB their studios at Mies College* aftet spending ., nd With thfeft t&feiiti, ^ Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhiike 4 Monday at the honks'of thefe Mr and Mrs Wilbert Runftke it frviftgtott. Golden Wedding At St, Joe For Johnlhuls fit* jfae — Mr and , Mfs - John Thul observed their Suth wedding .anniversary Sebt. 27 with 1 high mass in St, Joseph's chtlrch at -Id-a.m. with Rev. Le6 S. S6htK "macher as celebrant." Acolytes were grandsons Howard' and Marvin Kohlhaas, Richard'Thul and Thomas Wagner. 2 Rf Mih Mf»We«te»l 'gueifibook , li .^ guests wftH" IMS irt and great-nteees Were table waitresses a! the difrtitf. A ^uefM 'weddirif take 'Wasr stfv* Q. •Mr arid Mrs ThUl were mafried . _ c , ,_..,_ . A .. . _, At^.-'A-O «- P-, WW«L W.r- - *. M %^UAAUOJ r Aw* "jT* 1 ^*^ * 3HT w* taS ***^ tef of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding aftd -T8*n .S**y^, sol! 6f Mf'and more, Th6 wedding date has been set for Oct. 20 MCItjnififeht, UiiSto4 Cwfcp-Boilt 'V^fOfA'/ , ^ Brown - Gold ^ Fleck dt DON'T MISS THIS BUY at FURNITURE ft i *" - / * IWWVMAJUMAAAIIfVWWUWWIWtnnMVWVMf^^ WWW The 3 to See — CHEVROLET truck, Bel Air and the NEW Gorvair • i J ^ (AT LEFT) * - - ' • V , i -^ * i i ^ i Distinctively fresh' styling, ( increased comfort and "chassis, ad- Ji^2 ' '^i "'i^'v^iJj't j ,£•£ t«^> V?V4 j/^c>i : »ffi' {! fif S2f vanccs that promise improved operating economy keynote the • conventional line of 1960 Chevrolet*. More luxuriously equipped than any previous models, the presentation includes four Impalas, four Bel Airs (four-door sedan shown at left)! three Blscaynes and five Station Wagons. Friday is the day you'll see everything Chevrolet has to show you for 1960 — the all-new Chevrolet trucks, the regular line of Chevrolet Impalas and Bel Airs and the new Chevrolet "Corvair". We'll have coffee and doughnuts all day and of course we'll be open Friday night too. See the new Chevrolet station wagon, convertible and sedan — and test ride and drive the Corvair, We'll see you Friday at Kossuth Motors. the new CORVAIR (AT RIGHT) s t An aluminum, air-cooled engine mounted at the rear is among a multitude of mechanical features Chevrolet has originated for its all-new Corvair. A car that seems small only when you park it, the Corvair boasts "big car" roominess and performance due to a long-term engineering study of compact design. Low, fleet styling in accord with American tastes, a unique suspension system and unitizcd body-frame construction are among other features in the six-passenger four-door sedan. - featuring - ' " V > V*M«i*£i^ s " •"'•' ?X!»^ i i "•..% >" >•. *. ^ -y v. •• / , CHEVROLET TRUCKS ...all new from the ground up! A revolutionary suspension system gives vast improvement in ride, durability and control to the 1960 Chevrolet trucks, which will go en display Friday at the Kossuth Motors. Front wheels are independently sprung on frictionless torsion rods; rear suspensions are new, with coil springs pn light-duty models and stronger, softer riding leaf springs on heavier models for improved cushioning of loads and driver. New Frames reduce height; styling is new, See these many improvements in fht new Chevrolet truck Friday of this week. Introducing the Shown at Right above the "impala" Now ycu can see this revolutionary "Corvair" for the first time . , .see the car with the engine where it should be on the small c'ar — in the back , , see the roomy but compact interior ... the car that handles Ijke a dream . . , and best of all, let us tell you the savings it will bring ygu'during day-today driving. SEE ALL THREE FRIDAY AT KOSSUTH MOTORS

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