The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 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 31, 1957
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(la.) Upp+r 31, 1957 Kindergarten Classes At Ledyard Start «••*„? taken by -* Blue £*rtn $!•* was until nreovwing church ?n Fort Dodge. Elder Willis Cotton and Rev. C. E. Nordine attended. Ledyard at the school with Mr? M.*.-h»!jrf Lovstrtd of Burt s,« ','T :«-.-vh*: The following boir? *r,d prL* arr enrolled. Lyndrn DirHsstn. \T.t.r. Dontje. Gail Dont;e, Robfrl Gii- bertson. Rodney Goetz, MardeKc Griese. Michael Inc'et. Dfnr.Li Jnhn<on. Eldon Jf»reen?on. Cyn- 1hia K!ink«iek. Pamela Klinksiek. Raymond Klooster. Crait; Klooke, Douglas Kollasch. Ran;l> Krause. Nicholas Kunke!. Joanne Lloyd, Shirley Mcnke. Thoma> Nauman. Marvel Ann Orvick. Ronald Oldenburg. Terry Rand. Walter Simonsmeier, Patricia Thompson and Joel White. Classes are held for these boys and girls all day on Monday} Wednesdays and Fridays. Honors Miss Klinksiek On Saturday afternoon in the E. and R. Church parlors a miscellaneous shower was held honoring Marian Klinksiek who will be married to Ervin Brandt early in February, About 150 guests were present. Mrs Howard Klinksiek "was in charge of the program. A very delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs George Thompson drove to Spencer Saturday and met some of their children from Sioux City and saw the Spencer- East High Sioux City game. Jerry Thompson, son of the Mil» ton Thompsons played as one of the "Stars" players on East High Team. Jerry has been headlined in the Sioux City Journal. He also played football for the East High. He will graduate mid-year an 1958. Albert Looft entered the Buffalo Center Hospital last Monday and on Tuesday underwent major surgery. He is recovering nicely . Last Thursday evening the members and friends at the Methodist Church held the first in a series of Family nights. A pot luck supper was enjoyed at 7 by about 60. This was followed by entertainment at the table and then later Mr and Mrs Frank Ryerson of Burt showed colored slides accompanied by verse and music entitled "The Meadows of Heaven." It was greatly enjoyed. Karen Schroeder was home from Iowa State Teachers college for the weekend. Jean Brandt was home from Luther College in Decorah, Delmar Kramers- meier was home for the weekend from Drake in Des Moines and Rosalyn Bashara was home from Mankato Commercial College for the weekend. Mrs Leo Willadsen was ill last week and unable to be in school on Thursday and Friday, Mrs Perlen Jacobsen suffered a heart attack last Tuesday *u'. iiscn and :xi r«xt?r >:? Water-i - % ! ?f •*. ic'iissts at the r-? M.*rv? Haivorson Cfe ?--ir.'C?ay Mr and :l&.v.-;->:^:', ar.d chi!- :-c SI..'?: 1 "., Mr-? Oti< -'.i *^:\ James of Mr ,ir.,I Mrs Jean ;•«-; chi-dren of St. &!*>> gue$ts at the Saturday sruest.* st the home of Mrs Martha Schroeder were • Karen o» Cedar Falls, Mr and 1 Mr? Warns Gade of VVhittemore and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder recently of Louisiana. The Circles of the W.S.C.S. which were postponed last week will be held Thursday with the Esther Circle meeting at the home of Mrs Maurice Pingel in the afternoon with Mrs Cecil Pingel assisting. The Mary Circle will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Harold Herzog. Lone Rock PWO Meets Today; Auxiliary Feb. 6 Lone Rock — The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 6th at the hall with the following hostesses, Mrs Sieb Behrends, Mrs Ed Ohm, Mrs Fred Dransfeldt, Mrs Merton Larson. P.W:O. To Meet P.W.Q. will meet Thursday afternoon at the Church parlors with Mesdames, Jess Blanchard, Ray Black, Clair Bollinger, C. E. Nordine, Walter Thompson and E. Mr Jensen as hostesses. Mrs Delmar Fischer will have charge of the lesson "In Every Age." Guests At Good Hope The Following young people of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church attended the Youth Services at the Good Hope Methodist church last Sunday evening in observance of National Youth Week, Jerry Jensen^ David Johnson, Kermit Krueger, David Weber, RonaJd Behrends, Willis Bollinger, Marilyn Bollinger, Donna Blanchard, Darlene Long, Wanda Schrader, Susan Montgomery)- Jane Ellen Christenson, Mary Hurlburt, Jerry Newbrough, Craig Blanchard, Donna Knoll, Dawn Schultz, Muriel Nordine, Mark Johnson, Jamie Jo Jensen, and Rev. C. E. Nordine and Mrs Florence Schrader. The Monthly social of the Westminister Fellowship w#s held Wednesday evening at the church parlors from 6:30-9:00. Mrs Leo Ramus and Mrs Emma Hurlburt served the group lunch. The Winter stated meeting of Fort Dodge Presbyter! al was held Monday in the first Presbyterian Mr end Mrs Blaine Saxton and family called on Mrs Mary €. Hansen at Fenton Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo visited the Saxton family in the evening. Mrs Martha Hath spent Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Mrs Hurlburt and Mrs Dale Schroeder visited Mrs Orrie Hurlburt Friday in Emmetsburg at the Lake Side Rest home. Mr and Mrs Fred Rath of Swea City visited at the Hurlburt home Sunday afternoon. The latter part of the afternoon. Mrs Hurlburt and girls visited the Dale Schroeders. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Roy Telford home near Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained a 500 party Thursday evening. Present were Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson, Mf and Mrs Clarence Martin, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and Mr and Mrs Merton Larson. Prizes went to Mrs Merton Larson, high, Mrs Kenneth Jackson, low, Jessy Blanchard, high, Roger Jensen, low, and Mrs Jesse Blanchard, travel. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family called Sunday afternoon at the Walter Thompson home. Mrs Louise Gfodden of Forest City was a dinner guest last Sunday at the P. M. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Godden and family of Forest City came after Mrs Godden in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson visited this Sunday afternoon at the J. M. Jensen home at Ringsted. Wednesday afternoon Mrs Howard Bierstedt and Mrs Franklin MueHer of Fen ton visited Mrs Dale Yungeberg of Algona. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroedc; and Susan were supper guests Saturday evening in Swea City at the Larry Mino home for an oyster stew. , Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and family of Burt; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family, and Ralph Richards of Mason City were all dinner guests at the parental M. O. Richards home. The dinner was in honor of Ralph's birthday. Mr and Mrs Vernon Hohn of Ringsted visited at the M. O. Richards home in the evening. Mr and Mrs Carl Benna of Albert City, Mr Alfred Kramers- mier of Ledyard were dinner f uests Sunday at the Alfred chadendorf home. In the afternoon Mr and Mrs 4 Kenneth Fischer and daughter Defawn of Bancroft visited there and were also supper guests. She is Mrs Schadendorf's sister. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan called last Monday afternoon. at the home of Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva. Friday afternooff Mr and Mrs Forrest Hansen and family of Forest City visited there. Sunday Mr and Mrs Ronald Artman and family of Burt spent the afternoon there. Mr and Mrs L. V. Johnson and Sue Ann were supper guests Saturday evening in Estherville at the R. W. Williams home. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth called Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrerice Zwiefel at Swea City. Judy Kraft %as a supper guest last Mohdly of Marline Nordine. - • Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schenck of Burt were guests for supper last Friday, evening at the Fred Genrich home. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz and Dawn wer^ dinner guests there Sunday. Wednesday evening MisS FMr- ence Yager, Mrs David Beck Si arid David Beck, Miss Kathryn Kischcr and Wendell Condrn were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Genrich. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Roy Jensen spent last Monday it-. Yale at the Orville Deardori home. They also visited in Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch and Otto Wilbefg of Ringsted sp^ftt the weekend in St. Paul with the Robert Befklands. • ; , Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Allwyn 'Lookwood home. . Mr and Mrs Jerry McVay and family of Algona were dinnti guests at the Raymond Biefic home. Tim ana Debra Schultz of Ottosen are visiting for several ! clays this week with their grandmother, Mrs Maude Blanchard while their parents are in Dts Moines attending a convention. Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer of Fenton were pleasantly .surprised Sunday evening when the following called to help Mrs Geitzenauer celebrate her ?8th birthday. They were Mr afld Mrs Lawrence GeitzenaUfflB mf Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, Mr and Mrs Otto . Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs^ N$man 'Finnestad, Mr and" Mis Kenneth Bollinger, all of Fentoh, Mr and Mrs Ed Qedrge of Esth^r- ville, Mr and Mrs Ervin Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Henry Bruhn.ot Cylinder. v - Don Houck attended a melting of the Independent Telephone Association at Storm Lake last Thursday. Mrs Raymond Bierle ' entertained Wednesday afternoon in honor of her daughter Joyce's fourth birthday. Guests were Mrs Roger Palmer and Diane, Mrs Roy Bierle and Debra, Mrs Paul Bernhard and Jo Ann, and Brenda, Mrs Ailwyn Lockwood and Paula, Mrs Elmer Kraust> and Melba, Mrs Clarence Martin and Diane, Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and David, Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve, Jeanie Hammerstrom and Terry Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs James Longhenry of Mankatp, Minn, spent the weekend at the Clarence Martin home. She is a niece of Mr,s. Martin. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family visited Sunday afternoon with Rueben Luedtkes. -Mr and Mrs Roger Jensenv Mfls Frank. Flaig visited Mrs Jim AfcRer'm'an of Garner on Ff idtAy at Mercy hospital in Mason City where she is a patient. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenswn and family of Algona visited the paternal Frank Flaig home Sim-v day evening. , "?, Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz called Sunday afternoon in A1-. bert Lea, Minn, on the Charles Zollers. Dawn visited in the afternoon with Judy Kraft. Portland Twp, By Mrt. Vietot Pitch Mr and Mrs Rostnan Simp*on were callers at the Harold Prts- thus home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Prestbus had returned frem Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge on Frid.iy after having surgery for the li'inoval of her gall bladder. Gene Jandl and Jim Hubef weif in and around Maloea, Minn, on business Thursday ahd Fruity- Mr and Mrs Mennett Trunkhill vifited their daughter, Mrs Gerald Sydness and husband in Ames Saturday, Jan. 19th. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl visited their daughter, Mrs George Sengbush and family at Jackson, Minn. Tuesday. They went up there again Saturday and Mr and Mrs Bob Jandl accompanied them. This was sort of a business trip. fcfrs ft. C. Schwletert went to Lafcoti Saturd* tufa* P. W. Fib ta*i|H Mf «c her tert drove up Stulday and she cam* hcSnt with fifin; Mrt |t| St*r*ft», brother, Er- ft«t Pilcht'f irfld tmQf <*tre recent Sunday visitors at the Steven* • hmnt. TM Padrt*'§ hom« i* at East tfhafti,. JkfifBi. Jim Steven! tfid fattitty of Bancroft stfNSrt Sttfidty it his fitt* ents, thi Jay 6te>eni. fiernaflina Stevens, who works i» Lakota, was also home Sunday. Mr and Mrs fcdmund Larson and Beverly and Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda were dinner guests at the Franz Teeter home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Christeftsen were Sttft* day afternoon guests of the F. Teeters. Mr and Mrs Rosman Simpson visited at the Raymond Nelsons of Sherman township Sunday. They found the Nelsons pretty well—just getting over bad colds. Mrs Nelson's pa rents, Mr and Mrs Melvin Dutton and her were also guests at Nelsons. Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman, Gertrude Ackerrnan and Mr and Mrs Eulan Schulife visited Mrs AcJrtMftin at the Mercy ho*f)4tal el Mftftoii CHy Thursday. Mri Adt«ttftaft hid surgery — was letting along nidely and went home from the hospital Saturday. "BuUding ' a life is like building a house — the best materials .won't make it good unless the plan is right." SWEA & EAGLE the Swea Sunbeam 4-H Girls Club met January J§ at the home of Betty and Maxine Clark. The demonstrations were by Carol Franks and Betty Clark; and a talk by Alice Picht. Maxine Clark, Lois McGregor and Mary Engessor gave committee reports. Mrs Glen Clark served lunch. The Grant Methodist Youth Fellowship met Sunday night, Jan. 2? at the home of Judy aunt, Florence Schietl of Burt, Skarr. A program was given by Elinof Anderson and Dorothy Westcott. Mrs Maynard Jensen left Monday morning from Algona for Ames as a Kosauth Co. representative to the 4-H Leaders Recognition Day held at Iowa State College, Ames, Jan. 28. Mrs Paul Sanftnfer visited her mother, Mrs William Wiskus, Friday and Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mrs Wiskus underwent major surgery last week Wednesday. She is doing nicely and is expected home later part of week. Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson and Mr and Mrs Eryin Link left Sunday for Des Moines to attend the Grain Dealers convention. Ed Jensen of Algona is staying at the Cecil Thoreson'8 while they are away. Ed is Mrs Thoresoh's father. Mrs Art Larson visited Tuesday afternoon nt the home of her (fiend, Mrs Bill Dixon, Bancroft. MJ- and Mrs Richard O'Green and'Mr and Mrs Walter O'Green and daughter Betty were Friday and Saturday visitors in Minneapolis, Minn. Be Sure To Attend The "OPEN HOUSE' * * * Allen Wille New Home SATURDAY and SUNDAY 1957 WESTINGHOUSE 2UNCH T-V and 1957 Westinghouse DeLUXE REFRIGERATOR -FREEZER "T"*"" 11 "^^ Supplied By ^ — .......... — jp^PP^^F wp^^^^^p .^^^^^^^ ^^BIP^ ^^^^ ^^^w ^^^^^^w ^^^^P . Une Appliances Know You'll Like This Be Sure To Attend The OPEN HOUSE' Allen Wille New Home SATURDAY and SUNDAY Furniture and Furnishings For The Open House Of This NEW ALGONA HOME "—^ Supplied By * R. C. RICHARDSON Furniture Co. We Knew You'll Uke This Home Happy Hunting Daze Still OB* I ATeFAl-ErLOATjiNGl^ Diamond's Wigwam COLD OUTSIDE - PLENTY HOT INSIDE - HERE'S WHY: KEEP WARM IN TEPEE - YOU BET I REAL INJUN BLANKETS,..... ubuyfor 5.99 NO LOOK AT SUN TO TELL TIME - LOOK AT WATCH MENS WRIST WATCHES Y:: or 3.99 MAN PUT THIS UNDER COAT - HIM FEEL FINE! HOTT INSULATED VESTS.... . u buy for 1.99 PALEFACE THINK WE NUTS — MEBBE SO! Brave Keep Chest Warm , TURTLE-NECK TEE-SHIRTS nice and fleecy, wiih high neck keep neck warm, loo. We sellum now at 2 for a BUCK * • • No Go Barefoot To War Dance I MENS DRESS SHOES — black or brown, ties or oxfords, you pick from shoe racks, you pay $3.99 for one shoe, .you give us PENNY and we give you other same shoe ip match, you wearum fine dress shoes for big feast day ! « • » Keep Head Warm — Ears, Too MENS WINTER CAPS, warm kind, cover ears, too — we sellum winter caps cosling up to $1.29 most places for only — 49c Getium These For Little Injun Shavers KIDS SPLIT-HOOD PARKAS for kids from ages 6 to 20 summers, warmest, thickest you ever saw, colors kids like, zip up to keep inside but good — we sell these $12.95 Parkas now for only — $8.42 We got sum also on gas pipe rack for only $6.43. KUMONIN WE LETTING GO OF HEAP GOOD "PARKAS" for Big Chiefs — we portion in Diamond's Wig-Warn in two big bar* gain deals —Mens Quilted, Hooded, Extrv- if) AA Warm Parkas. $15.95 Values. jUtft* Mens Split Fur-Hooded Ptael 14 AA Parkas. Actual $19.95 values. IfMNF We Take Tomahawk — Chop Prices But Not Pants MENS DRESS SLACKS made by one of best trading posts, we get and sellum to you for little'wampum, Nice colors. Two legs. YOU get squaw puttum cuffs on easy. now for — $3.99 • * • Getlum Work Shoes — Gettum O'Shoes Too, Cheap WITH ' EVERY PAIR WORK SHOES bought now, you go over to Overshoes then and pickum out pair 4-buckles, then we chop 20% right off O'shoes price tag. You get heap big value for both Work Shoes and Overshoes i Big Palefa-5 Give Us Big Deal — For You MANUFACTURER'S CLOSE-OUT LUGGAGE —. (left from Christmas) at 20% Off! He smoshum price to us, we smash- urn price io you. You pick 21-inch Case, 26-inch Case. 28-inch Case — you buy any for 20% off. This heap-good Luggage, all- metal, leather-bound, lock and key —> the works 1 20% OFF » * * MENS REVERSIBLE JACKETS, these kind you wear then iurn inside out — have new jacket! Different each side. Warm, too. For Reversible Jacket with both side, we sellum for — $6.99 Just In — "BIG YANK" Polished China Ivy League Slacks, charcoal, grey, tan — U buy for GRAB BOXES 49C You pickiwn'bpjc out—you pay us 49c «~ ^<N» open- •*«• you not like w? gt?e you 499 back. We gel loj* more than 49e worth in boxes. Bring whole tribe sad tot squaw and papoos» pick Tepee TROUBLE LIGHT These pajeface kind • •— U puttum light bulb at end of long 25-ft. double outlet •—• plug into *ft.f»eket and ght Ujrht copies on. W» sell now for WAHo-o-o! $1.39 Not Wor Paint - BARN PAINT You Saving To YPU This very color —r house, jevib, We solcjum very jnueh. ing. W9t Paint! PORCH & For Per Case good Barn Paint — brigfet red also good for paint up chicken granary, machine shed on place, lots and lots — all farmers like You cum now and buy for paint* ,- SAVE MUCH WAMPUM w FLOOR PAINT gal. $1.90 ^Hjjjjjjljllj^:- ^j^fj^^^lj^^^ip W^^F ^BJ^F^J^P "^^Ji^^ ^BJ^^I^^ ^^jj^mll^^ • ^^^1^ ACROSS Army-Wool FROM SOCKS POSTOFF1CE 3 pr , 1.44 >^JB|^ '^1^^ ^P^ ^^^ ^^^ INSULATED BOOTS They Keep Wsj» a* Water

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