The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 13
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Lou Lickteigs Of Wesley Wed 40 Years Wesley -*• Mr and Mrs Lon Lickteig observed their 40th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Jan 16. The late mass on Sunday Jan. 20th will be for the honored couple. Due to illness amonj some of the children and their families, a family party has been called off. Their children include the Ed Lickteigs of LuVerne Hugh Liekteigs, -Bancroft, Albert and Bob .Lickteigs of Wesley Paul Bergers of Corwith, Ed Kenyons, Whittemore and Tommy in service. Hosts At 500 , Mr and Mrs Gayle' Studer entertained at three tables of 50f, Sunday evening. Fred Thomas and Mrs Rich Reiling won high score prizes, and Burnett Bartley and his wife won the low- score prizes. 44ih Anniversary Horiors Mr and Mrs Jack Lickteig entertained at a family party Monday evening in honor of his par- -ents. Mr and Mrs John Lickteig who observed their 44th weddinp anniversary. Others who attended the party for their parents included Mr and Mrs Urban Lickleig, Mr and Mrs Don MORE MILES PER GALLON With Keotane Reg. U.S. Pal. Off. in Skelly Supreme GASOLINE That's right . . . 12.7% was the overage gain in gaspline ndjle-^ age reported for Keotane*b/^an independent testing laboratory. Your car may do as well or better because Keotane lets your engine operate at its efficient best. There's no more wasteful detonation (pinging) or gum-' clogged carburetor trouble. As you drive, Keotane dissolves glue-like gum in carburetors and combustion chambers. Without gum to bind them, mileage-robbing carbon and lead are forced right out the exhaust pipe. It makes old cars new, keeps new ones new. TRY KEOTANE TODAY! SCOBBA Service Lickteig and Mr and Mrs Elliof Waldschmidt of Whittemore. Skelly ta Manage Store Mrs Norine Studer who has man&ged the Bet-ncr Dress Shop in Mason City, will move soon ti Council Blufls Where she will b; manager of a Btener Store. ,Snt is the only daughter of the latt Mr aftct Mrs O. M. Huber, form er Wesleyans, and the widow o^ Max Studef. At Girres Setvice* Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs Marie Girres of Garner, formerly' of Wesley Friday, Jan. 11, included Mr and Mrs John Bertenes of Jaunton, Minn., Henry Bertenes of Avon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Eld- yvin Draman of Emmetsburg, Fred Trany and Mrs Hazel Shumaker of Mallard. The funeral services were conducted in St. Boniface Catholic church at Garner and interment was in the local Catholic cemetery. New Girl For Weigs The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Ed Weig, Friday, Jan. 4 a' the Britt hospital, was baptized Sunday by Rev. L. N. Klein in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Norma Jean. Mr and Mrs Adolph Drummer of Haverhill were sponsors. Corner State & Colby Sis. Phone 788 Algona Hosts Ai 500 Mr and Mrs Glenn Smith entertained their 500 club Thursday evening, Jan. 10th. Mrs Ralph Srhipull and Cletus Studer won the high score prizes and Mr: Cletus Studer and Dale Dornbier won the low score prizes. Mr and Mrs Schipull will en tertain^the club members Monday evening, Jan. 21. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverlj and family were Friday evening callers at the Glenn Smith home. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Lou Cinl- were high score prix.e winners. Ackersons, second high scorer? and Al Locbips, third higr scorer:;. Mr and Mrs Cink will entertain the grpup a week from Sunday night. • Mrs John Richler and Jack attended the lolden wedding at- niversary dinner honoring Mr and Mrs August Harig at the Johnson Hou;:e in Algona Sunday. Mrs Rjehtcr was one of the couple's attendants at their wedding in 1907 at the St. Benedic 4 Catholic church. Mr and Mrs George Ricke and Mr and Mr: Leonard Arndorfcr also attendee" the reception. Erwin Haynes, who underwent :m appenc!ecton:y at a Boone- II05pital was released Friday. January 11, and is recuperating at the home of a sister, Mrs Ed Farnum and family at Shenan doah. Mr and Mrs Sam Alne lef W'fducsaay night for Van Nyes, Calif, for a visit with their son Irving and his wife. Carrie Enncn and Joyce Smith, who are employed in a telephone office in Des Moines spent thr weekend in their homes here. Mr and Mrs George Goetz visited Mr and Mrs Louis Goetz Sunday afternoon. Mrs Loui? Goetz h?s been confined to he home with sciatic rheumatism the past several weeks. John Goetz went to Des Moines Thursday, Jan. 10 for his physical for army service. Mrs H. H. Raney entertainer' her bridge club Saturday afternoon, Jan. ]'2. Mr and Mrs Wm. J. Green and family were Sunday, Jan. 20. guests in the home of their dau- iiiier, Mrs Jerry McCurry and family at Humboldt.' Mr and Mrs Lawrt'tve Bayloi accompanied by her twin sistei and her husband, Mr and Mrs Henry Weiland of Britt left Monday, Jan. 14, for 3 weeks in Texas. At Dallas they will visit Weiland's daughter, and at Texas City they will visit a son. Mike Vitzthum is staying at the Baylor farm while they are gone. Alice Richtsmeier, R. N., will- leave Sun., Jan.. 20, from Mason City for Phoenix, Arizona, vvhert a lie 'will bo employed in a hos- pimi. She had been working in Mircy hospital', Mason City. Mrs P. C. Haynes, Mrs Car Johnson and Angeline Foertsch spent Sunday fevening with Mrs Frank Hauptly on her birthday. Mrs George Price and her mother of Missoula, Mont., callet briefly Friday in Ihe Charles Price home, enroute to Titonka where they attended the funeral services for her uncle Win. Denton. ' Rev. and Mrs F. A, Webb, Mr and Mrs' Gordon Giddings and Gordon Giddings attended t United Nations Workshop in the Rolfe Methodist Church Sunday. Prairie Neighbors met Tuesday in the Charles Nygaard home with Mrs Herman Wise as assistant hostess. Mrs Wise and Mrs J. M. Kunz gave the lesson, Diane Marie and Dickie Law- rence wefe born fuesday Jan. 8, to Mr attd Mrs Julius Kelch of Worthmgton, Minn. Mrs Kelch is the former Vivian Studer, oldei daughter of Mrs Viola Studer. i he Helens now have four sons and tive daughters and that include.-; another set - twins, S year old Jack and Judy. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and children of Clarion Were Sunday dinner and supoer guests at thi parental, Mrs Viola Studer home. They all visited the lattef's mother, Mrs Jennie Luken, a patient at St. Ann hospital at Algont and Mr and Mrs Dale Hirren and daughter in Algols. Mr and Mrs Gfcyle Studer and family and Mr and Mrs Everett Ackefson and two daughters- visited their grandmother, Mrs Lukett Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson, Sandy and Susie, Mr and Mn Marvin Ackerson and Douglas, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson and their housegue*ts, Mr an Mrs Ed Kerr were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Long honu in Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Stanley Nedvecl of Britt have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sally tc Will Bauer, youngest son of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer. Mr and Mrs John Klein of Dell Rr.pids. South Dakota, spent sev- •.rnl days over the weekend with his brother, Fa'her L. N Klein. ! HOSPITALS j Dec. 21 — Carl J. Brown, Lu- Verne, surgery; Andrew Elbert, Whittemore, medical. Dee. 22 — Mrs G. E. Fandel, Rodman, surgery; Clarence Lemoy, Whittemore, medical. Dec. 23 — Mrs Gordon Hilbert, Corwith, boy, 7-4Vfe; Mrs Andrew Felhauer, Algona, medical; Larry Beckliy, Fenton. surgery. Dec. 25 — Michele Miller, Runnemede, N. J., accident. Dec. 26 — Barbara Menke, Bancroft, T & A; Cynthia Lockwood, Algona, T & A. D*e. 29MKafen Metzgef, Whit-1 temore, T & A; David Murken, Algona, T & A; Timmy Molacek, Algona, T & A; Jean A. Plemel, LuVerne, tonsiileetomy; Sheryl L. Egli, Algona, tonsiileelomy, Donald McCarthy, Algona, surgery. Dec. 23 — Calvin Mogler, Whit- temcwe, T & A. Dec. 29 — Mrs Lee Schenck, Algona, maternity; Mrs Louis Scheppmann, Irvington, boy, 7-5; Mary Bray, Algona, T & A; Diana Miller, Lone Rock, T & A; Nancy L. Adams, Whittemore, medical. Dee* 30 —• Timothy Claude, Algona, T & A; Mrs Joe Donahue, Bancroft, medical. Dec. 31 — Peggy Merron, Bancroft, T & A; Dorothy Merron, Bancroft, T & A. Jan. 1 — Brian Zwiefel, Hurt, surgery; Dr. P. V. Janse, Algona, medical; Mrs Charles Ulfers. West Bend, medical. Jan. 2 — Thomas Coyne, Bancroft, T & A; Patricia Coyne, Bancroft, T & A. Jan. 2 — Mrs Marcell Reding, Algona, boy, 7-10; Everett House- , txm« lock, accident; Mrs Paul Berger, Corwith. boy, 9-1. Jan. 3—Mrs Richard Kohlhaas, Livermore, medical; L. C. Miller, Algona, medical; M. E. Bollinger, Fenton, medical; Peter Haag, West Bend, medical; Nicky Mergen, West Bend, medical; Mrs Kacnel Heald, Algona, medical. Jan. 4 — Mrs ^eilman, Burt, boy, 7-11%; Karol Banwart, Whitmore, T & A; Karen Fuchsen, Whittemore, T & A; Janice Danielsen, Algona, T & A; Mrs John Wiich, Algona, surgery; Mrs James Putzstuck, Ottosen, surgery; Mrs Louis Kollasch, Wes Bend, girl, 7-4%; Mrs Clarence Huff, Sexton, boy, 7-9 Mz. Jan. 5 — Mrs James Graham, Mallard, surgery; Mrs Cecil Long. Algona, boy, 8-10. Jan. 6 — Mrs Andrew Ramae- ker, LuVerne, gir], 8-11. , Jan. 7 — Stephen Grouse, Lone Rock, T & A; Mrfe Garel Leek, Wesiey, medical; Mrs Francis Grotty, Whittemore, surgery. Jan. 8 — Barney Caslef, Algona, medical; Mrs Raymond Gilbert, Algona, medical; Mrs Eugene Amos Meyer, West Bend, surgery; Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs Garddii Budding, Bancroft, medical; Mfs Robert Sowers, LuVerne, girl, 7-6%. Jan. 9 — Mrs Dean Elberf, Whittemore, boy, 7-11; Mrs Lee Schenck, Algona, boy, 8-11%. TYPING PAPER, 300 SHSETS 8% x 11, only 98c at the UPPER DBS MOINES Offici Supply Dept. Tttft SEE OUR new line of Nalutal Gu and Boiile Gas Appllattc**. Wft haV* a deal for you 6n tifitfet — Walet heaters •— diyer*. North iawa APPLIANCE CENTER In Notih lewa Sewint Maehioft Bldg. — 510 E. Stale "Officer, They Topk Every Cent I Had I" Of course, with Travelers Checks that couldn't happen. You don't have to carry large sums of cash, and if your Travelers Checks are mislaid or stolen you are protected ogain&t loss. Cost is $1.00 per hundred dollars. Mighty cheap protection against loss or theft . . . yes ? Safe Confidential Accommodating IOWA MTATH Algona Member FD1C . MARCH OF DIMES These Boys and G TO THE KOSSUTH COUNTY JOIN THE ALGONA J01NTHE MARCH OF DIMES IN All This Month to Fight Polio 'S MARCH POLIO VICT BEGINNING AT 6 P. M., MONDAY, JAN. 21, SOME 100 ALGONA MOTHERS WILL KNOCK ALGONA DOORS FOR A CONTRIBUTION TO THE "MARCH OF DIMES". TURN ON YOUR PORCH LITE - TO INDICATE YOUR WILLINGNESS TO GIVE! — DON'T FORGET "THE DATE — onday, January 21 -i P. M 's Finish The Job.... 1 Soon your friends and neighbors will visit your home, either in town or on the farm, to accept your tribulion to the ''March of Dimes", Remember what your contribution will mean to some child. Remem* ber, too, that even with ihe developments of the Salk vaccine, it was too late for many. TeHe your place in this worthwhile crusade and welcome your solicitor with a contribution when he or she knocks at your door. Polio isn't licked yet-^bwt with your help it Blight b* someday in the near future,

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