The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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It Bancroft Seniors Attend Career Day Bancroft _ Ei'ghteen senior girls end their chaperones drove to Sioux City Thursday where they attended Career' Dav at Brairc]iff. Willielmi, Mrs ttelbert Ferguson, esses. Alice Droessier, Sister Mary Gloo and Sister Mary Aqualina. Btide-to-Be Honored A shower honoring Kathleen MeDermott, bride-to-be of Thomas Doyle, was held Oct. 20 in St. John church. Cards were >layed, and a lunch ^as served jy the hostesses, ' . attending were Mary Williamson. Mary Welp, Gweri Baker, Marilyn Farrow, . Rita Droessler, Janice Ferguson, Meredith Bergman. Connie Hatten Mary Joe Vaske, Betty Ford Maxine Meyer, Karen "Schiltz Ann Schiltz Car]a Johnson. Jane Larnpe, Karen O'Donnell, J Ann Wilhelmi and Becky Deitpr ing. Chaperones were Mrs Eddi Monke and 'Malhew, Mrs Roma Showet bci. 18 A shower honoring Ellen Hut* chinson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Hutchinsoh, was held Oct. 18 in St. John's Catholic church with a large crowd attending. Miss Hutchinson received many useful gifts. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Cards were the entertainment. Belty Cogley Honored A shower was held Sunday afternoon for Betty Cogley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Cogley in .St. John's Cards were the entertainment A lunch w&s served by the host- to Washington ..__,—. Word has been received that Kenneth Goehe, son ot Mr and Mrs Art Goche, has been moved from a hospital at Cleveland, Ohio, to Walter Reed hospital at Washington, D. C. George Doocy was a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Thursday where he underwent major surgery. Mrs George R»he went to Minneapolis Tuesday for a visit with' her son, the James Rahe family. Mrs Rose Murphy had as house guests over the weekend her sister, Margaret and husband of Chicago. BIRTHDAY C. A. Luce, former Weldon hardware merchant recently re- ceivfed congratulations from President Eisenhower on his 10011 birthday. Mr Luce is still aleri and active. Portland Club Names Officers For New Year GET A C a si Bring back the nostalgic memories of the "Gaslite Era" .... before winter sets in install one of these practical GcisSStes..... © To light icy walks ® Give Your Home The "Christmas- Card Look 11 All Year 'Round. CALL CY 4-2484 For Details ALGONA Vwtte t« + -We Iowa transportation votes, just like lowms m » many oto field? cln teU you first hand how the brewing industry creates more U. W section of our state, last year, for example, He mdustry Tpent over $6,600,000.00 for rail and truck transport services m Iowa. Thatmeans more jobs, more family income, mow buto to SYOT- one iu the Iowa transportation industry. EucMoujkE Then, look at the 23,000 jobs for Iowan9 regularly employe* Jewing industry ... or the $25,000,000,00 spent fcr^ * cold in Iowa (reducing our own taxes by that amountJ, W vhat field we're in, we all feel the benefit, bemuse ft* 5TATI5 Portland — The Portland Club met Oct. 15 nt the home ot Mrs George Patterson. About 12 members were presem and two visitors, Mrs Hugh Williams and Korene Fitch. .Election of officers was held. Mrs Victor Fitch, chairman, Mrs Virgil Schrader, vice chairman, 'Mrs Robert Wood, secrctury and Mr? Earl Zwiefel, treasurer. Mrs A. L. Rnsmusson will continue to be the historian. A lunch was served by the hostess. Tho mooting will be hold at the home of Mrs A. L. Rasmusscft JSTov. 19. Portland Pennies The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H club met. at the home ol Catharine Trunkhill Oct. 10. Thr three new members present wort Anita Moore, Vickie Koestlei and,Nancy Becker. Recognition night will be held Nov. 9, af tha Lugion hull in Hurt. Vickie Koesller was elected music and recreation chairman for the year Mrs Stanley Ruse, Mrs Lewi. Larsen, Mrs 'Donald Ringsdorf Mrs Arthur Mix, Mrs George Hix Mrs Arnold Danielsen and Mr. Vic!or Fitch were among the ladios to attend a party Thursday at the homo of Mrs Timei. Harms' at Titonka. A birthday surprise parly vvaa held Friday evening for Levpn, Moore at the Moore home. Those attending were: Mr and Mrs Lewis Larson, Nancy, Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps, Mr and Mrri Charles Phelps, Mr and Mrr Dwight Ruse, Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Lcroy, Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Mr and Mrs Chris Haase and Bernicc, Mr and Mrs Mervin Brislow and Linda of Irvinglon and Mr and Mrs Hollo Moore of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Barbara Ringsdorf and Bob Seefeldt went to Des Moines Sunday .morning where they visited Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf'and Gary. . Levant Moore . received word Thursday that his aunt, Mrs Will Anderson of Sioux Falls, S. D. had passed away. Mr Moore, Mrs Mervin Bfistw of Irvington anc" Mr and Mrs Claire Moore of Dolliver attended the funeral Saturday. Sunday guests at the Herbert Nelson home were Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky, Mrs Mary Michaelsen and Esther Askin Looft will nssist. Circle 2 — Dorcas will meet Wednesday with Mrs Glen Mino, Mrs Jean Taffue and Mrs- Gertrude Beck will assist. Curie -\ — Evening Star will mod Wednesday evening with Mrs Frank SmouSO and Mrs Hob SiRs'boo will assist. Mr and Mr<s Randoll Webb of Dccornh were weekend guest nt the Joo Skarpnpss home. Mrs Sknrpru-ss rntrrtained at a cot- foe in Mrs Webb's honor Saturday. Mrs Alan Johnson of Esther villo and Mrs Donald Koons worn Fviibiv visitors at the home •>f Mrs Clifford Beadle. Thr Evening Star Circle of the Swoa City Methodist Church wil sponsor n h» UP sale next. S'atu day. Ot. 17. at the Humes fiim till''. 1 Ml>rO. Sunday dinner guest nt 1h home of Mrs Violet Hurt wer Mr and Mrs O. B. Koons, tin birth - nnd rhi't- rtfU moon Mike Christ family of Lakota, he Franklin Koons and Mikf, Werrinjins and family of the Vcrnon Hurts and nmily nf Eslhervillo and the Jinnr'd Johnson. The dinner was surpriso for Mr.« O. B Rnons n help her cc-lebmU- lay. •Mrs August Dnntj Ireii visited Sunday at the Frank Dontje lioiw to help him et'-lohrnU- hi!-, hirllv d;.y. . Mr find Mrs Wm. H'-ck and Mr nnd Mrs Alvin Kiehnrdstm Sr ontertninird nl the Beck honu after a wedding reheai'sal Sat urdny cveniiij.',. Guests were tin future bride nnd ijmom. Snndr; Beck nnd Alvin Richardson .Ir Rov. Pnrmer, Mr nnd Mrs Del belt Wenhvorlh and I'amily. did Wontworth, Pum Mary Ann Hn/clhoff, Cormi Opsnl. Jddy Pulver. Freddl Thursday, Oct. 22, 1959 Affidno (tfr.) Upptf P«S Scyliir, Mr nnd Mrs Arlc-n Bcr- ow, Judy Chantrill, Mrs Ken Narhtigal and Kenda, Nancy Minn nnd ttarViara Beck. Creighton Alums Meet Mr* Kthel Hinpsdoff of Ban- •roft was elected secretary of hr CrHghton University Alumni Inb for northern Iowa find southern Minnesota, at the nnnunt ineetin« and election held ro- rrntly, with 5ft in attendance David A. Fit/tiibbons, Jr. o Esthorville was named president Religious Movie Here A movie, "Wine of Morning' will be shown at the First Haplis church here SnturHny, Oct. 7 p.m. Thi' i-'ilor film, pro luc( at Bob .I-incs Univrsity, (ireet ille, So. Car., is ?ult Of biblical intndent* arrd w btti round the life of Barabb i ol whose cross Jesus was h Ann Auxiliary Approximately 120 women attended the annual mernbersbip luncheon of St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon at lgwna Country Club. Mrs May- nnrtl Miller received the door prizo. Mrs Lawrence Winkel ana' Mrs Jim Kolp received high score prix.os at bridge and Mrs Henry Holland and Mrs Wayne Gads, the ;"><)(> high scores. Prizes were donated by Algeria merchants. a Joel ChnnrUer Harris, creator of "Uncle Rcmun", began his news- pnpcr c-ir'-er at 14 in Atlanta. Mathews of Fresno, Cal. Afternoon guests were the Art Randells of Albert Lea, Mr and Mrs Jim Stagg of Sturgeon Bay, Wis. and. Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family and Sharon Smidt of Titonka. Margaret Moore, who is employed" in Des Moines, came to -spend the weekend at>home. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary left for Rochester Sunday afternoon where they entered the hospital for a check up. Mr and Mrs David Miller and daughter were Thursday evening visitors at the Harold Beckei home. Mr and Mrs Leon, Layton o: West Union spent the weekend at the Roy Ringsdorf home. Mr and Mrs Glen Zwiefel havt a new granddaughter born to Mi and Mrs Cletus Zwiefel Oct. 1C at the Britt hospital, weighing 7 pounds and 4 ounces. Thr new baby has been named Mar lene Louise. Mrs Mable Reimers and Bruc of-West Liberty and Rona'ld anc Judy Householder of Welcome Minn, were Saturday evenin guests at the Glen Zwicfui home "Happy is the man who knows what to remem'ber in the past; what to enjoy in the present — and what to plan in the future," Swea Gi News By Mrs Cecil Godfredson The Swoa City Boy Scout of Honor was held recently and Larry Berg and Duane Briggs were promoted to second cbss scouts. Rodney Smith and Ed Sanders went to First Class scouts. Terry Smith and Bob Boland are now Life Scouts. Seventy three Kossuth Farm Bureau ladies toured the Amana Colonies last week. Those at- ending from Swea City wero Mrs Frank Betle, Mrs Gordon Jones, Mrs Nora Olson, Mrs Win. Thompson, Mrs Eddie Anderson, Mrs Art Anderson, Mrs Frank Dontje, Mrs Elmer Jorgensen, tfr§ Laurel Peterson and Mrs iudy Peterson. Mrs Joseph Johnson entertained Sunday evening for her hus band's birthday. Those attend ing were Paul and Donald Johnson, Evelyn Schwartz, Mr and Mrs Alvin Jones and family of Truman, Minn., Mr and Mrs Donald Arndorfer and family of Bancroft, . Circles of the Swea City Meth odist church will meet' next week. Frances Circle 3 will meet Tuegday at the home of Mrs Truman Johnson; Mrs Ed Stewart will assist. Circle 1 — Minnie will meet Wednesday with Mrs Pete Helmke, Mrs Fred Open Thurs. • Fri. & Sat. To 9 P.M. You Cm Still Open Thurs. - Fri. & Sat To 9 P.M. PLATFORM BIG BARGAINS 4-PC. FOR ONLY $ Everything Extra Low Low •i " i ""•' Hundreds Have 6 7.95 12 Ft. Broadloom No Seams — Going At SQ. YD. Furnishings. Furniture! Taken Advantage Of These PRICES Trade At Bjustrom's Algona AGAIN Open Thurs, • Fri. & Spt. To 9 P.M.' Everybody Loves A Bargain And Bank The Difference In Savings 1 It's Bjustrom's Furniture Algona For Real Bjustrom's — Direct ~ From — Factory Is yyhere YOM Qot Them,. 1925

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