The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 17
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John Rugers Of Lu Verne Honored, Golden Wedding Wesley — Many relatives and friends were in attendance at the open house Sunday afternoon, Jan. 6. honoring Mr and Mrs John Ruger in their home on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Olga Bleich and John Ruger were united in marriage Jan 6, 1907 in the Corwith Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Ruger are 82 and 72 years respectively. Mr Ruger one of the last early settlers, came to this community when he was seven years old in 1882. Mrs Ruger has lived here the fifty years. They were farmers northeast of LuVerne until their retirement when they moved into town to their present home fifteen years ago. They are the parents of three sons and one daughter and eight grandchildren who were the hostesses. They are Mr and Mrs Carl Rugcr, Ventura, Mr and Mrs Ernest Habeger. West Bend, Mr and Mrs John Ruger, Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Walter Ruger of LuVerne and their families. Many pretty flowers and potted plants were given as gifts. Mrs Ruger Wore a yellow mum corsage and Mr Ruger a yellow mum bouUm- niere. Guests were registered by W. Ruger. Sen/ing the guests were the four granddaughters Virginia Ruger, Ventura, Jane Ruger, Fenton, and Juanita and Rachael Habeger, West Bend. Out of town guests included Mrs Ida Mueller, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Melvin Atkinson, Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Estel Rentz, Mr and Mrs Paul Krueger. Mrs Martha Dager nnd Eugene, Mr and Mrs R. A. Bloich, Mr and Mrs Homer Sabin, all of Burt; Mark Schwy- ter of Renwick, Joseph Williger. Mr and Mrs Rusnell Rentz of Algona; Mr and Mrs Walter Gen- ,ric-h, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Herman Wise and daughters. Weslry; Jack Rentz, Ventura and Alfred Renlz of Mason City. Masonic Installations Joint flnstallation of Paradise Lodge No. 553 and Paradise Chapter No. 384 was held in the Masonic Hall in Corwith Saturday evening. A. A. Schipull, Lu- Verne, and Mrs Ethel Mull ins were installing officers and Jess Scott and Mrs George Wolf, Lu- Verne, installing marshals. Installed Master, Bertie C. Ramus, LuVerne; senior warden. Scharpel Housewirth; junior warden. Dave Johnson Jr.; senior- deacon, Albert Fish; junior deacon, Bob Barracks; senior stewart, Fred Marks; and tyler, Bob Hartwig. Installed Worthy Matron, Mrs G. M. Will, Worthy Patron, G. M. Will, LuVerne: Associate Matron, Mrs John Voss. Jr.; Associate Patron, John Voss Jr., LuVerne: Conductress, Mrs Erma Puffer: Associate Conductress Mrs Betty Williams; Secretary, Mrs Addie Hamm: Treasurer, Mrs Gladvs Woods: Chaplain. Mrs B. F,. Martin. LuVerne: Marshal, Mrs Olive Yoemnn: Warder. Mi's Vera Fish; Sentinel. Mrs Jasoar Vaughn: Points of the Star, Odah, Marilyn Gorham; Ruth, Diane Chambers; Esther, Abbie Maw: Martha, Gladys Mitchell; Electa, Marlys Hankins. Mr and Mrs Walter Dimler, their son Mr and Mrs William Dimlor of Kas^on. Minn., visited his brother Raloh and Arthur Dimler families Sundav. Mr and Mrs Don Knight and Dny Ann of Clear Lake were Sundav visitors in the homo of her parent*. Mr and Mrs Eldon Gne^s and Sunnv. Mr and Mrs Eldon Guess daughters. Goldie Gay and Sunny have returned from a two weeks holiday vacation to the Gulf of JANUARY FUR SALE THE ELITE SHOP Monday, January 14th Come in and SEE our greatest collection ever of Beautiful Furs MiOWEST PRICES! •- PARTIAL LISTING - *Dyed Mouton Proc. Lamb __$ 78.00 *Dyed Hair Seal 195.00 *Dyed Muskrat 195.00 *Natural Mink Heads 295,00 * Natural Sapphire Mink Sides 449.00 *Dyed Muskrat Cape 99.00 *Dyed Squirrel Cape 99.00 Reduced with Savings up to 25% MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS Exclusive at THE ELITE SHOP •Plus tax and Imported Furs Labeled to Show Country of Origin. Mexiro nnd pnint<- nf intrro^ in thr> southern slatf?. Mr find Mrs Clem Stripling entertained their card club in their home' Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen were guest substitute players. Awards, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson. Mrs Henry Hefty find Harley Rusher Travel. Mrs Wayne Warmbier. The next mooting to be in the Mr nnd Mrs Henry Hefty horna Thf J. J. Club were guests of Mrs Bernard Wolf Friday afternoon Jfin. 4. Mrs William Goetsch presided. Mrs LeRoy Hanselman gave a book review. Henry Loenvald left Tuesday for a trip to his former home in Texas, m Gainsville, he will visit his brcrther, Joe Loerwald and family, other relatives and points of interest. He plans to be away three weeks. Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz have news of the birth of a nine pound son Friday, Jan. 4, in a hospital in Denison to their son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Roy Roed of Woodbine. They have a daughter Jacqueline and son Bruce. Mrs Roed i.s the former Betty SchuJz. Mr Schulz took Mrs Schulz to Woodbine Wednesday to assist in the daughter's home. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber homo in Bode. The occasion \v;i p > the fourth birthday of Mprk Barber. Dwight Savage of Woodbine was a weekend guest in the Bill Wickett nnd Lawrence Miller homes. Bill Wickott and Mi- Savage wore buddies when serving in the navy. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Lewis Petersen of Mason City visited their mother. Mrs Dora Ramus Saturday and Sundav. Miss Nancy Ramus and Dale R'chardson attended the Ico Follies in Des Moines Snturdav Mr and Mrs Alvin Kellincr nnd his mother, Mrs Annn Kf-lling of Goldfield visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly Sunday. Mrs Ole Carlson and children spent Saturdav with Mr Carlson in Waltham, Minn. Mr Carlson. Mrs Eldon Marty and Jo Ann ficcomponied her to Lu Verne for I the weekend. Mrs Marty vis'ted in the oarental Mr and Mr? .Edwin Mwrtv home. Mr and Mrs Garm«n Rolland family of Bode were Friday evening visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Robert 'Barber and sons. George Goodner of Des Moines came Sunday and took Mrs Goodner, David and Rrma Jarte-home after they had visited in the home of her, parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dirriler 'and Cheryl since before the holidays.' " • , Mr and Mrs William Gray'and Pamela . of Eaele Grove visited Sundav with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ralnh Dimler. , Mrs James Neville* of Ames visited her oarents, "Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler Saturday and Sunday. • •. \ \ ,-..;, !••' Guests in the Robert sBidber home for oyster supoer Jan. 1 vere hJs sister, Mr and Mrs Wm Mover family. Whittemore. and Mr and Mrs Robert Cash family of Clear Lake. Mr ;>nd Mrs Curtis Morgan were Jnnuarv 1 guests in "the home of his brother Mr and Mrs M'-n'ion Morean in Thomson. Mr and Mrs Wi'linm Schioul) *">d os niiesf; Sundav th^ir son Mr nnd M'^ Pnvmond Schin'il 1 f.imi'v of Hardv. daughter*. Mr nnd Mrs Fred Luokeo ^«d Mnrly« nf Algonn ^nd Mr and Mrs Henry Heftv familv. Mr sn^ Mrs Herman Schulz nt- t^n^ed the funeral of h p r uncle ^Yank Swanson, 81, in Pomeroy Saturdav. Rites Dec. 31 For A Former Tifonka Man Titonka — Funeral services for a former Titonka retired farmer, who died Saturday, Dec. 29 at his home in Mason City after a long illness, were held Mon. afternoon at the St. James Lutheran church, Mason City. Rev. E. A. Bieder- inann officiated. Mrs R C. Keister was soloist, Ralph Height Jr., organist. Representatives of the IOOF Homes of Mason City attended the services. Pallbearers were Fred Hampton and Huron Thompson, Mason City, Walter Aukes, Wodeh; Ben Buss, Mason City. Mr Schmidt was born July 21. 1883, in Butler County. As a voung bov he moved to White Lake, S. D. At the a£e of 13 he moved with his parents to a farm near Titonka. Later on he moved to his own farm between Titonka and Woden, where he lived until 1952 when he moved to Mason City. He was married to Lena Bovken Mayland, March 9, 1921, at Woden. Surviving are his wife, three daughters, Miss Marie Schmidt and Mrs James (Lena Mae) Hickev, Mason City, and;- Mrs John R. (Erna) -Sleper, Titonka; a son, Ernest Schmidt, Woden: three stepsons. Henry Mayland Jr., Buffalo Center: Dick Mayland, W_oden arid William J. Mayland, Titonka;'five grandchildren and 16 step-grandchildren: five brothers, Ernest Schmidt, Woden; Conrad and Fred Schmidt. Titonka; William Schmidt. Portland, Ore.: and George Schmidt. Lower. Lake. Calif.; and two sisters, Minnie Dickman, Maple Plain, Minn.; and Sophia Doege. Woden, also survive. Enoaged To Wed Mr and Mrs George Smith of Harcourt announce the•engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruby Lavonne. to Gene Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson of Titonka. The bridq-elect is a graduate of Hnrcourt High School with the class of 1955. also attended Tobin Business. College in Fort Dodge and is now employed at the Public Loan Corporation in Fort Dodge. Her fiancee is self-employed as a carpenter in Fort Dodge. The wedding is planned for February 10th at 2:30 p.m. in the Methodist Church in Harcourt. Wash., and then to Adak. Alaska. He was clue back Jan. 13. His Work with the Navy has boon in the field of communications. He recently got home from a tour of the Pacific and Japan. Dec. 13. He entered the service on October C. 1954 and is a graduate of Titonka Hiuh School. RPE Henry Caroll Van Hove arrived in the States Jan. 4 from Korea where he has been stationed since Sept. 15. in.55. He arrived at, Minneapolis by airplane Sunday evening and was met there by his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family of Titonka and his fiance Leona Heitland of Buffalo Center. After a furlough he will be stationed m Fort Sill, Okla. and finish the balance of his service. He enlisted Jan. 8, 1955 for three years. Pierre Sartor afternoon Dr. called. home. Guido Raturdnv .1. Sartor Thursday, January 10, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper DM Matfitt—3 The Islamic vear has 3^4 dav divided into 12 months. Since it is much shorter than the solar year, the Islaniic New Year constantly moves backward through the seasons. NO. 1 OF A SERIES HOME OF MR. AND MRS. LOUIS FERSTL AND FAMILY Another ALGONA Home Gets LENNOX Warm-Air Comfort HEATINQ WORRIES and furnace-tending chores will never bother the family living here i TWO NEW, automatic LENNOX warm air furnaces give this extra large house modern comfort and fuel-saving economy with noiseless heating, making living a new pleasure in this home. WHY PONT YOU. too. plan now to enjoy this modern heating comfort. Whether you're .planning on building a new house or modernizing your present one, we would be happy to discuss our LENNOX Aire-Flo Heating System with you. AND COMPLETE PLUMBING FIXTURES AND INSTALLATION BY L S. Muckey Plumb ing & Heating Yovr Certified LENNOX Dealer - Expert Phone 464 12 N. Dodge, Algona SerVicemen Home James L. Fritz TE3, son of Mr and Mrs William Fritz of Titonka. has been enjoying a 15 day furlough, and has left for Seattle. Mrs Anna Swyter accompanied Mrs George Sachau and Debbie to the Menno Everding home Thursday evening where they spent the ovpning visiting Mr and Mrs Evrrding and daughters. Miss Louise Senne took her sister Mrs Marie Graefon and daughter Karen to Britt, Saturday evening, where they boarded the Iniin for their home in Chicago. Mr and Mrs George Alke and Janice took Mrs Paul Thacker Jr. and sons to their home in Hock Rapids, Monday, after a two weeks stay with her mother. Mrs .Anna Alke and also other relatives and friends. Mr i and Mrs Richard Cosgrove, Joan jsnd Stephen 'thrived home from^heir trip to Arizona Friday. They had been gone ; about 10 davs. The Good Hone Lutheran La- dios Aid met Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 9, : with Mrs Margaret Harms. Mrs Wm. Fritz, Mrs Fol- Icert Stecker and Mrs John K. Harms as hostesses. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mechler of Cozad, Nebraska are parents of a babv son born Dec. 2R. The bobv has b^-en named Paul William and weighed 6 Ibs and ,8 oz at birth Mr and Mrs Elmer Mechler.of Titonka are the grandoarents. They also have another son Craitr who is three years old. Mr and Mr?Mechler moved to Cozad a few years ago, Two babies were baptized Sundqy a* the morning service* of the Good Hope Lutheran Church with Rev. B. H. Schwerin in charge. They were Michael John Fraser, son of Mr and Mrs Lyle Fraser with Dean Kuchen- reuther of Guam fts sponsor by oroxy and Dorine Fraser as witness, and Dawn .Caralea Meyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer with Mr and Mrs Walbert Mavland as sponsors. Mr and Mrs C. F. Callies .and Darlene returned this weekend after a trio to the west coast and Texas. While there they attended the Rose Bowl Game. Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City aoid Mrs John Bleich of Britt were Sundav visitors at the Dr. Year's Sentence In Motor Case Samuel O. Schneider, 24. .-if Irvinafnn, hoRan srrving n one year sentence in thf stiite penitentiary at Fort Madison Thursday. Dec. 27, following his con- iction on a charge of operating a car without the consent of the owner in district court here thf day before. Schneider borrowed a cur from Eugene Dawes of Algona Doc 14. and was supposed to return it in a short time. Schneider ffiiled t< show up with the auto and after Sheriff Ralph Limihorsl sent nut a bulletin on the matter. Schneider's arrest followed Dec. 19 n' Sterling. Colo. The auto had been abandoned at Casper. Wyo Also taken into custody at Sterling was a 14-year old West Brsifl nil I. who apparently arcmn- pnnifrl Schneider on the trip. She was return..'d tn IKT parents and no chrir^r"c filed. Sheriff Lirirlhnrst took Schneider tn Fort Madison after he was sent« need by Juriue G. W. Siill- 11' a 11. Appendicitis Cases Titonka — Mis Robert IT. Spear was admitted Thursday at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Hrilt. where she underwent, an operation for appendicitis. Mrs Da.'i Wubben is caring for the daughter and the two sons are staying with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ted VanHove. Harold Rood, local Titonka teacher, was also admitted to the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Wed- n'wlny evening and was operated on for appendicitis. The Algona Upper DRS Moine? ftas the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication. DANCES Legion Ballroom BANCROFT TUESDAY. JAN. IS EDDIE SKEETS And His Seven Aces FRIDAY, JAN. 18 FRANK JONAS And His Orchestra MODERN Admission: 75 cents For Booths Call: 4101 It Can't Happen When YOU HEAT WITH GAS Algona Users HEATING WITH GAS Why Not You? TELEPHONE 1412 Or Your Favorite Heating Contractor For details on hew easily, quickly and economically you can convert to Oaf Hoot. 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Regularly $1.98 and $2.98 BOYS TEE-SHIRTS, Turtle-neck style, pink, S-M-L, regularly $1.98 LITTLE GIRLS CORDUROY SUITS, sizes 2 and 4, regularly $8.95, while they last And Other "Sharp 1 'Bargain Buys On Fowlers Children's Floor Now I

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