The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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4-Aleena (Id.) Upp*r DM Melfiat Thurtdoy, January ^f t 195? Homemokers Of Sweo Twp, Met At Andersons Swea & Eagle — Swea Homemakers met Jan. 15 at the home of Mrs Ail E. Anderson. The lesson was given by Mrs Rudy ALCONAe Special Children'* Matinee Saturday Mlekty Roen*y "ALL ASHORE" 6 - Plui COLOR CARTOONS Peterson, Mrs Ralph Walker and Mrs Emil Larson. The women had a pot luck lunch at noon. At the home of Mrs Ralph Walker on Jan. 8 Miss Mary Staudt. Kossuth County Wom- nn's demonstration agent gave the lesson on yeast bread to fie North Kossuth leaders. Sgt. and Mrs Bernard Burnett became parents of a daughter horn Wednesday, Jan. 9. at the Marine Base hospital in Camp Pendleton, Cal. The baby weighed 5 pounds and 6 ounces and has been named Deborah Kay Bernard and his parents Mr anc Mi-s Bill Burnett were formerly from here. Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat vis't- ed Saturday with friends, Mr and Mrs George Nessopher at Mallard. Mrs Hazel Nelson of St. Loufc Park, Minn, came Wednesday to visit her brother, Walter C. Peterson and her sister-in-law, Mr? Bessie Peterson, Bancroft. Edith and Myrtle Molinder and Florence Erickson visited Friday afternoon with friends Freda and Helen Burgeson. Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson en- ALGONA© THURSDAY Thru SATURDAY The white hot atory of fantastic hunt with human' gam* a& proyl A fffl«r of a manl TREVOR • x TECHNICOLOR* ItlMMdUira United Artists PLUS CO-HIT SEE IT YOURSELF! DECIDE FOR YOURSELF! THE WHOLE STARTLING STORY OF ALCONAiv SUNDAY FOR 4 DAYS . . . tertained at dinner Sunday noon, Jan. 6, in honor of her father Floyd Treat on his birthday. Other guests were Mrs Floyd Treat, Mr and Mis Francis Treat, Mrs Nora Olson, Mr and Mrs Glen Olson and son Richard and Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson Mrs Minnie Cole of EsthervilJe visited Tuesday at the home of his nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine. Mr and Mrs P. A. Holcomb, Mrs Albert Ltnike, Chain, Minn, ami Mrs Ole Kvamsdale left Jan. l|for trip to the west coast. The Hokombs tnd Mrs Lemke will visit son and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roger Holcomb si La Habia, Cal. Mrs Kvamsdale will visit Mr and Mrs Merton R&al- son left last week for a visit with their son, Mr and Mrs Richard Roalson and his family at Los Angeies, Cal. Clubs Begin New Year At Ottosen CROSS-COUNTRY F^N-FBOTI Otiosen — Local organization? held meetings *this week following a short vacation during the Holidays. Mrs Harold Mountain was hostess to the members of the Progressive Club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs Kenneth McLuen gave the lesson. Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk had charge of recreation. The next meeting will be January 24 at the home of Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk. Members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs Antone Speich and Mrs Merle Holt hostesses. The Rev. Harold Mountain had charge of •devotions. Yearly reports were given followed by installation of officers. New officers installed were: president, Mrs Antone Speich; vice president, Mrs Oliver Kinseth;' secretary, Mrs Richard Kropf; and treasurer, Mrs DeVere Newton. Year books were passed out. The next meeting will be January 30 with Mrs Olvin Haug and Mrs Ivan Evanson hostesses. „ The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesdav afternoon at the home of Mrs Victor Meyer. The afternoon was spent sewing cor- pet rags. This group will meet again February 12 at the home of Mrs Martin Meyer. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius entertained the Anniversary Club at dinner at their home on Thursday evening. Those present included Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mi and Mrs Rov Telford, Mr and Mrs Donald Larson, Mr and'MrS~l£*t: rnit Fowler and Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer. Mrs Martin Meyer and Edward Zinnel' wen the high prizes and Mrs Mike Coyle and Martin Meyer the low prizes Raymond Wehrspann won the travel prize. Observe Birthdays Several in the community observed birthdays this past week. Leslie Ann Zinnel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, observed her 13th birthday, Jan. 9. After school that day guests al the Zinnel home in her honor included Dorothy Nashy, Barbara Tompkins, Mary Brodale, Carolyn MaUnin, Carie Mae Haug Mary Ann Holt, Mary Ann McLuen and Mrs Louis Jacobson and Patty. . The twin daughters of Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson, Brenda and Bonnie were two years old, Jan. 13 and dinner guests that day were Mrs Bertha Jacobson ana Arlan. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson. Friday evening a group of friends surprised Allan Wehrs- pann when they came to help him celebrate his birthday which was Saturday, Jan. 12. Those presen' included Mr and Mrs RohaW Meyer of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Raymond Zinnel, Mr and Mr£ Clyde Gingerich, and Mr and Mrs Harold Struecker, all of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer. The evening was spent playing 500. Prizes were awarded to the highest scorers, Mrs .Howard Struecker and Allan Wehrspann. The group presented a gift to Mr Wehrspann. ' Larry Telford, son of Mr and <riV»s Roy Telford, and John Wayno Nielsen, son of Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen, left from Fort Dodge Sunday for Des Moines where they will have their physical examination for the army. Both are enlistees. Saturday Larry Telford was guest of honor at a dinner at tht Edward Zinnel home. Those present were Mrs Caroline Telford and Lawrence Telford, Mr aw Mrs Deanne Telford and family Mr and Mrs Rov'felford, Mr anc Mrs Louis Jacobson and family and Lehoy Worby. This dinner was also to celebrate the birthdays of the Jacobson twins Brenda and Bonnie who were twt years old Sunday. Saturday evening Mr and Mr: H. J. Nielsen and John Wayne wore supper guests at the home of Hilda Nielsen at Rolfe. Mrs Sam Kropf is helping with household duties at the home o? '.he Kropf'« son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Harold Kropf at Dakota City. Mrs Harold Kropf is a surgical patient in Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were Sunday dinner guwst-s at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Ivfy aiiid Mrs Donald IJrandhoij at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Percy Walnom and Mr and Mrs Allan WaUiean attended the opening of the Dr. H, J. Classick. veterinary building at Bebnojid. Honor Recently Wed Couple At Livermore Livermore — There was a miscellaneous shower Sunday evening in the Immanuel Lutheran church parlors in honor of Mr and Mrs Eldon Monson, who were recently married ' t A reading was given by Mrs Donald Clark, piano selections by Katie Malkmus. The rest of the evening was spent playing bingo. Mr and Mrs Monson was presented with a money tree. Refreshments were served by Mrs Daifoi Frederick, Mrs Clarence Wells, Mrs John Hauck, Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Katie, Mrs Ole Settler, Mrs John Houck. Mrs Glen Schultz, Mrs Ernest Haack, Margaret Malin and Mrs Herman Larson. Mrs Alvin Lenertz of Livermore entertained the Contract Club members Saturday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs George Lenertz, second high. U Mrs Harrv Clark and traveling prize to Mrs J. F. Hamm. Mr? Raymond BeYte and Mrs Burrell Smith were guests. The members of the mardeci couples club held a surprise farewell party at the home of Mr and Mrs Hartwig Jensen at Bode Tuesday evening. The Jensens are moving to West Bend. '< Florence Sweeney, who bar been a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge following a broken ankle has returned home. Mr and Mrs Bill Divine and son Billy of Dubuque were last week Thursday visitors at the Ray' Gales h.>me. Carol Wagner, a student nurse in Dubuque, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Mr and Mrs John Voss and Leota Ann and Mr and Mrs Robert Murray and family enjoyed a pot luck dinner Sunday at the William Murray home in honor of the wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr and Mrs Murray. Mrs Bill We'se, who has been a patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge was taken by Ambulance to an Iowa City" hospital. Mr and Mrs John Voss of Lu- Verne were Thursday visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs William Murray., Henry Smith, who has been a patient in the Mercy hospital ; *iri' Fort Dodge has been moved' to T<he Johnson Nursing Home in'Ft Dodge. < The three week old daughter of Mr arid Mrs Alvin Erpeldjing was taken to Mercy hospital; in Fort Dodge. She was ill with pneumonia. .' Edward Blosen of White Lake, New Comedy Hit Dean Martin and Jerry Lewi? arc co-starred in the new screen romedy, "Hollywood or Bust," which opens Sunday for four days at the Algona theatre. Anita Ekberg, new feminine film beauty, is co-starred. S. D. visited a few days with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Fuhrmann and at the George and Alvin Lenertz home. Mrs Harry Zigrong was hostess to the Delta Dek Club members at her home in Humboldt Friday afternoon. Following a dessert luncheon auction bridge Was played. High prize for members went to Mrs J. F. Hamm and high for guests to Lena Altrrtan Other prize went to Mrs Jessamine Miller, Mrs H a . rr y Clark and Mrs Martin Miller. Mrs Martin Miller and Lena Altrhan were invited guests. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Illnesses Strike St. Joe Homes; One Very III SI. .Joe —,Celeste Ann Erpelding, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Erpeld ing, born on December 19th was taken to St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in fort Dodge on Friday suffering with pneumonia. Mrs Peter .Reding Jr. entered St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital In Fort Dodge on Sunday as a medical patient. Charlene Thul 14 year^old daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, ( underwent surgery in St. Joseph's' Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge on Monday. Charlene is a freshmen in St. Joseph's School here. Mrs Richard Kohlhaas, taken to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester last Sunday from St. Ann hospital in Algona, is very seriously ill and relatives have been called to her bedside. The Kohlhaas children all under school age, are being cared for by relatives. NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., phone 1100, Algona. ARE YOU HAVING trouble with your washer or dryer?, Take 2 minute* time and phone 221-W. We repair and service all makes. North Iowa APPLIANCE CENTER i In North Iowa Sewing Machine Bldg. — 310 E. Stale KEEP YOUR EYES ON DRUCS t?«JEWELfcY I • yjmWJMMMMMMwJ^^ Mrs Richard Kinseth and new. baby daughter returned home" Tuesday from Lutheran hospital in Fort" Dodge. Visitors Wedges- day afternoon were Mrs Olvin Haug and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and Kathy. Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos visited there Tuesday evening and Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and family of Algona were there Saturday evening. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mrs Victor Meyer and JoEllen and Mr and Mrs Raymond LOos. Sunday Mr and Mrs Earl Long drove to Fairmont, Minn, and from there accompanied Mr and Mrs H. H. Long to Rochester, where they visited with Mr anc 5 Mrs Art Loring. Mr Loring is a medical patient. Mrs Olvin Haug and Calvin and Mrs Oliver Kinseth were Thursday afternoon visitors at the M O, Kinseth home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Roy Teltorcl visited Sunday afternoon at the home o' Ma's Leona Daniel in Humboldt. Sunday, Jan. 6, Mr and Mr; Earl Long visited at the Charles Spurlpck home at Sutherland. Visitors Sunday at -the Lester Wehrspann home were Mr and Mrs Glen DeBolt and son of Rodman. Mrs K. R. McLuen was F Fridav afternoon caller and Mi' and Mrs B. L. Block of West Bend visited there Saturday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pann and sons were Saturday dinner guests at the Frank Allar home at Eagle Grove. Sunday visitors at the Wehrspann home were Mr and Mrs Abraham Ha- bager of West Bend. Mr Farmer - See Big Ad ' On Back Page of "Farm & Home" Section With This Newspaper, Showing New M-M Tractors In Full Color Then See These Tractors On Display Now at BUSCHER BROS. Your M-M Deafer North of Milwaukee Depot Where Good Things Will Be Happening Still On This Week! RUSK'S COUNTER- TOP Clean-Up Sale SAVE UP TO ON- Odds and Ends and Short Lots of STATIONERY BILLFOLDS - SILVERWARE - JEWELRY - BABY" TOYS HOLLOWARE - Etc. Special Prices On Used Cameras ASK ABOUT WATCH "TRADE-IN" Dorothy Gray % Price Sale | Dorothy pray Special '= 1 Dry Skin Mixture I Reg. 2.50 size __ $1.25 •I | Reg. 4.00 size _ $2.50 ,| DOROTHY GRAY CELLOGEN HORMONE CREAM, | Reg. $5.00 size ___ — - $2.50 | VICTOR TREASURE CHEST VALUABLE PAPERS ARE ALWAYS RAHDT ALWAYS PROTECTED ... «^ t* ?** How often have you contemplated putting your valuable paper* In a safe deposit box . , , yet hesitated because you probably could not have Immediate access to them when you needed them, Here'* your answerl The VICTOR TREASURE CHEST l« certified to protect its contents for at least one hour from flames and heat reaching 1700°F. Handy for home or office, it If Instantly accessible yet provides 24-hour a day protection from firt let your letters, papers, jewelry or other prized possession*, INVESTIGATE THIS ECONOMY IN RECORD INSURANCE TOPAY1 SEE IT ON DISPLAY ATi UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. The Post Card I Didn't Get Time To Send You ! 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