The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1954 · Page 2
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wq*SF™v--'_y ?*%,•"•£ ~ V .'.'>' " ' irtf>-<-< • • ' * (la,) tif>F*r Tuesday, ^ly A, J»S4 Wesley Lions Hosts At iinner Party For Wives 1 . _i •••-_ _ of the' Lions ,cfoV"ai«jk theii" f S^A .^$fo£ 1st,' churchy jpafidrs* Wednesday evening., 0«e of Ae drc^es of the • rmSrcnl SeiVed Hhe dinner. *Kev 'and Mrlf A Webb and wives of the'Ltorts wete guests. ' -Mr 'and Mrs Stanley; Beck-, i Bob ' ahd Bedky of Forest Cltjr present' fed the program of readings, vocal ntfmbers and Instrumental numbers, Mr and Mrs Ted Schmidt of Forest City twere. also guests. Mrs Schmidt playod.the.pi&no ac< cornpanied., ,{_« < 4 ; <> „"' *• 1»* ' Attend Wedding Mrs.-Lois-Hanley, Mr-and -Mrs . Joe Davis, Muriel Murp-hy, .Mr and Mrs-Howard Wagner and daughter and MarceUa Foush, all of Dubucfue attended the Shirley Lickteig -. Francis, Hanley wedding here Saturday, June 26 Other out of town relatives who attended Include Lois McGuire of Iowa City; Betty Ann McDonald and Jerry. Lickteig of Chicago, 111.: Mr arid Mrs Joe Fang- m'an and Mr and Mrs Hugh Lickteig of Bancroft; Mr and .Mrs Ed Kenyort of Whittemore;: Mr! and Mrs Ed Lickteig of LUVerhe Mr and Mrs Elmer Dougnan o Britt; Mrs Bob Lickteig of MaSdn , City; Agnes Lickteig of ,De Monies; the Elliot Waldschmidt of Whittemore, the DOn and Den nis Lickt'eigs of'St. Benedict ant Mrs George Bueltner and cnii dren of Ft. Wayne, Ind. Plans lo.Wedn „• ' r, Jerry Lickteig, youngest son of Mr and Mrs John .Lickteig will marry Betty Ann McDonald of Chicago, Illifbn Augustfl*. TWe . «. , i *L A_t_-!l_L _»~,. +n o + ti^Mr? fVltl oh w3i6'"is an R> N/retufriea to her'wTkiLFt.Dbd^Metct it hos- incs t Jfil*inpeter Hdme.K'Mer- i6Mf jan R> N.>retur t tied to •- enta Mr and Mrsjlmory Smith. Mr arid Mrs fieW&yne Lester tfnd two, Jons of iMfidrid. were .weekeftd guests of the former •» .parents, Mr #nrt Mrs Vaiice Les- fisf> ' . * i A Soh Iftori&ld Le6, Was born June 26, lo" Mr and Mrs Hermarf Weringa at the Buffalo Center h °ttaymond F. Smith has returned to his home in ,Fort Lauderdale, jrU.?» haing * en here * ' Seftecans lift atteftdaftjb , J& hutch camp hav%jieen"MM|« loavprs Jeanne' JEntflattu ana IhlJbn kleift WM%|:CttaW egf Beavers arid' W 6fid Mf§ LfV Sngland took «l*n;. to .Spirit er and family attended thei Ml neral of the latter's 1 grandfather, 'Iter A. Cody of the Cylinder^ ital, , Thfe Jqlk* . 4r H discharged in October will be e wiU be Wedding Vows Spoken, Ukota Lakola — Geraldine JanSen, daughter-of-Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen, and Arnold son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Karels-of Bancroft were married at the^First.Pres- byterian church by ReV. Harlan Ktuse. ._. , The maid of horior was^Beverly Rippentrop, cousin of the bride and Mrs Lamont Janserij sister-in- law of the bride and Alice Karels sister of the gr,oom were bndes- m Marilyn Rippentrop was flower filr.1, .Paul KrXise was ring-bearer, H William j Karels, uncle of the 'Hridfe'groom,' Lamont Jansen, br,or ther of the- bride, and Duano fOushman. .cousin of the groorri, dale, .? with Siii rfiother;,.Mts Ida Smith and mtena}ng tq business. - SENEtA^NEWS Doyle Sanders became 111 last Sunday I and wasi taken to the Holy Family hospital • at Estherville Monday for observation and po^ible treatment. • ,• 1 Ff eda Madsen was hostess took hav loThl Junl birthday club at her hortiel Wedhfelday a f t e r rt o o ft Members ol the dlub enjoying the courtesy were Mrs Lyle Lnglam. Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs Kay Krause, Mrs Alfred Godfredson of Fairmont, Minn, and the host- -ess, Mrs Freda Madsen. Mr 'and Mrs Roy Klein their grandchildren who. been staying with them since the last of May, back to their• home at 'Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri Thursday. The father is in th army and stationed there. Thej were accompanied by Mr and Mr Charles Beavers. ; Barbara England is visiting a the :hbme of her coiism Patricia -' tarid;at RingSted this week. .•_.. -.- ^. , <-. w g g pi e asant- B . lu .. 6l ™.J a, weeke'ftd jf^ftlce Simmdrts ftt.hef hoffie Jls fire eoi(Sins*, , ^- *_ ,, ,/Ufe"-» SeCame ~e* MOnda Mi - - >ommu"nity. ^'iday BIMU-HUUII. «» he 'St. John's Lutheran chufdh lt( rH e e P S6neca Sparklers 4-tt cltib members, their leaders MMf, Maf* in Wilberg and Mts Mclntyre and mothers, MM* tyle^riglarfd: arid, Mts Don Bpevers enjoye'd oft-'outing at Sylvanla Park at Fairmont, Minn, Friday.*, ., ' Rev and, Mrs Harlan Blockhus are the parents of a daughter, JUlie Lynn, born Friday .at the hospital at Forest City. This is their first child. . • Mr and Mrs C.O. Bailey aoeflt the weekend with their daugrite* and family, the Sheldon Merrllta. Jr. at Louisburg, Mo. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen were in charge of the Seneca store during their absence. , -, ". Mrs Alfred Petersen and dau* ghters, Dorothy and Alyce left Saturday for Roger's, Ark. wherfe they are visiting relatives, v . / Mrs Caleb Hartshorn was •host* ess to a group of Relatives .and. neighbors -at t her home .Friday afternoon. _• ,» , - 1 "' i.' Mr arid Mrs A. E. Nelson, who spent' the>... winter month-' " Phoenix, Arizona, are back : community again. , ; Mrs, Cecil} BaldWin*i cao, . Lkkteig faVnlly plan to Attend the .wedding In'Chicago. ' ! * Back On,A Visit Lt. and Mrs Gordon Loebig and two children of (MmeraJ Wells, Texas, came • Wednesday for. a two week's" visit with Loebig relatives herq and Arndprfer relatives' at Algona-. ' ' ' • Mr and Mrs Edmund Loebig and two children of Rochester, Ind. visited Loebig and other relatives here several days over the holiday, we!eke,n.d. Mrs Downs Hostess . Mrs Ed Downs .entertained ,thf- Noweego bridge cfub' Wednesday evening, June 23. Mrs Norbert Hilbert won high score prize UCl v AAllUtlli »v w»» i«*o" •*»• — -—• f and Mrs Will Hrubes, low score prize. Mrs Clarence Nelson .will entertain the women on Wednesday evening, July 7. Mrs Everett Ackerson and Mrs Ed Garmann, were servers at the regular meeting'of, tr,ei Catholic- Missionary '• Sp.ciety : iWedrjes<|ay afternoon,, Jun.e 30^^ ,-^ -.fy ••.•*.; Mr and 'Mrs Albjsrtus Kruegpr newlyweds of George, j Iowa moved last week into an Al Loebig apartment. Mr Krueger is employed at the Hamilton Produce and appliance shop here. Heinz Baker,' 23, who came several weeks ago'from Germany is employed by his .uncle George Kempcr oh his farm. • •• , Mr and Mrs Art Haverly of Bloomer, Wis., visited relatives here and at Algona several days ,wi«-c »», » -„ attendants. Ushers and candlelighters were Kent Rippentrop, cousin of the -bride and Donald Rippentrop. 5 •: The traditional wedding marches were played, by Mrs J. E. Jkena, who also accompanied mr Jken'a-who sang. Two hundred guests attended the reception in the church par- ors 'following the ceremony. Mrs 2 -A. "Gutkhtchtirwas dining room hostess: !,;••; If- ; •"Mrs J. E.'Ukeria cut the- wedding cake. . Waitresses Were Darlene' Enrien ahd Marlene Kienit/, at the bride's table and Darlene Farrow, Shirley" Farrow, Donna Olson and Sharon Dorenbush. Arlene Karels had charge of the guest Jbpok. Marlys Stemberg 1 -and' Doris Bosma -of Buffalo Center were in charge of the f Kitchen hostesses included'the Mesdatnes George Ennen, Ronali Heebland, Alvin Rippentrpp, Co.! Rippentrop, "Jerry Heetland and Russell Winter. , ' VTh'e-rieWlyWbds left-for':-a short wedding trip to the Lake of the Ozarks. They will be at hpme the C. A. Gutknecht farm ly surpnocw . n*f****j t - t - ^ when,! relatives .dropped in, on her b-iithday'anniversary. Self irivitedv guest*, -included Mr and Mrs R'oy^Erigland bf Ringsted Mr and Mis ."JoMt England and family of iEsthervMe, :Miss Betty and June Law: of .EstherviUe and Mr _ vlV *Jiw«»«*'* * -—— j arid" Mrs -Gilbert 'England family of Wallingford. and From LuVerne At Conclave 4 LuVerfie—T'he. Woman's Society Of 'the" Evangelical United Brethren Church were guests of the society of the Same church in Stillson Thutsday afternoon. . • 'Attending were the Rev anc Mrs Harold W. Dellit, Ronnie and Kevin, Mrs Henry Marty, Mrs W Marty. Mrs Bernard Wolf, Mts Arthur* Maass, Mrs Harry' Naffzi- gpr, Mrs Albert Hefti, Mrs Matie Meier, Mrs George Johnson, Mrs Paul Blumer, Mrs Orville Hurlburt and' Barbara, Mrs Fred Merkle, the Misses Esther Merkle, HUlda Fritzemeier and Emma Krause, Mrs Walter Hefti, Britt and Mrs-Emma Lehman of Boxholm. '!. Canasta 8 Club Canasta- Eight were guests Monday evening in the home of Mrs S. R.; 'Baker.; Mrs Cecil Baker was a |uest. Awards went to ,Mrs Jess Lindebak, Mrs, John Ramus arid Mrs Carl -Groh. ... ledftme*,..,-.--- Tuelldayy Junto««•-,««. •"-»art hdipital, F6lft/Dodge. t ' M& ahd Mrs Altiert * a r oi a baby daugh* |Mth«ran hdspltal,' " a 7 • and Margean MFS V ei~*» „ JUiWAowfl, «nU Chll» drfn, 8 of _ Amj$ ttttt the past it theiLuthef their- visit of ft-fe'w days in the iiome of Mr-andxMrs Harry Chris^ tensen and returned to their home Mr-vand rs eci; v ceiv'ed'a telephone call frorrt; son Donald last weekend. He is in the navy and statipned near San Francisco. He happily informed his parents, that he expects to received his discharged .from the navy approximately the middle Two New' Arrivals Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen mr ajiu'iviio iiivnv.» ~-~- ;rivr five sons"have 'concluded thfelf two weeks Visit ift thfc parental Fred Ffitzemeier honie and returned to their home in Roekford, Illinois. . • •'• - , Mr and Mrs Howard Wille of Rock Island, 111. came Friday for the holiday weekend with their -parents Mr and-Mrs Otto-Wille and Mr and Mrs Julius Studer at CorWithV Mrs Julia Pergande has returned to her- home after visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Schwab at Blue Earth, Minn. "THr and Mrs Leo "Chapman of Seattle, arrived June 28, to visit his parents Mr and .Mrs F. .1. Chapman and brother Mr and Mrs Irvin Chapman. Mr and Mrs William Stoakes and daughter Susan of Fort Wayne, Ind. have arrived for a two week's'vacatidn visit in the home of Mr,and Mrs Carl Swanson. ":.•.'.. , '' Mr and Mrs Wallace Rapp and son Tommy f of Santa Ana. Cal. were Monday •; dinner guests in the. home of Mr and Mrs Fred of Mrs Neville spent week fishing near Minn " Wolfe of. Fort Dodge ?#»ty' } '< the home of her parents JAY BELLAIRE ny Sue of Minburn. Karen-Nelson of.Osage spent the past week visiting Sally Prior in the home of her parents M? and Mrs William Prior- Mrs Emma Lehman of Box holm, her grandson Larry Lehman of Des.Momes visited the past- week in the home- of her daughter and family Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle. Friday, July HAROLD PICHA Sunday, July 25 VANCE DIXON No Adyajice Boolh t Reservations. \ • ; Doors 6pen ! at 8:30 of July. Karen Theesfield 'Arm?. I- iua- on . . where the groom is employed. Family Reunion .,*•". The John Roelfsema farm was the scene of a happy family reunion « the ^weekend, of June :t wh(jri the brother ^George Roe sem« ariftwile feariie ftom P . dfflmidJ^Snd a sister, Mrs- Albert Hans with Mr. Hans, and a daughter and son-in-law, Mr- and Vlrs" Ardel Bloxolt of Willmar arrived. Others to join the group were Mr and Mrs Coome Roelf- sema of Palton, and Mr and Mrs John Batton, Swea C;ty. r They are children of the late Mr and Mrs Zenus Roelfsema. Also at the Sunday picnic were Donald 'and Robert Kollasch, Ivan Roelfsema and Milton Trasmar US DIAMONP'S SURP^L Brings You Now KOSSUTH COUNTY'S BIGGEST PAINT BARGAINS] Each and Every Drop GUARANTEED! ' Same Paint As Advertised Over KQTV, Fort Dodge iast week. They are former Wesley residents. ' v . . Jim McWilliams and his sister, Mrs Mary McDermott of St. Louis came Saturday, June 26 for a 10- day visit with their cousin Tom Forburger and family and othci relatives. Mrs C. J. Primising returned u her home at Melvin, June 27, I following a week's visit with her brothers Adam and Jule Matern and other relatives. Her husband Dr. Primising 'came after her. Mr and. Mrs George Remhart and two children of Ames spent Wednesday here with her mother, Mrs Flaherty and her brother Paul Flaherty and family. Wilfred Flaherty came with them and left Thursday evening- for his home in Chicago. Mrs Larry Youngwirth will en tcrtain her bridge club Saturday afternoon, July 10. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger and Tommy and their houseguests Jim McWilliams and her sister, Mrs Mary McDermott of St. Louis, and Mr , and Mrs Joe Krieps and family were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Al Erpelding home. . t Agnes Lickteig of Des Momes spent the past two weeks visiting her brothers John and Louis Lickleig and their families and other relatives. Mrs George Buettner and three children of Fort Wayne, Ind. are spending three weeks at the parental, John Lickteig home. Mr Buettner will come after them next week. Craig Weeks, one year old son of Mr and Mrs Will Weeks ol Slater spent 5 days lately in the home of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs R. R- Newbrough and family. The youngster's parents were on a vacation trip. Mr and Mrs John Meyer left last week for a trip and visit with relatives in Berkeley, Cal. They were accompanied by their nephew, nine year old Leslie Johnson. Rev and Mis Perry Carlsson entertained 20 young folks of the Evangelical Free church and the Upper Flat at a get acquainted party at their home Wednesday evening. Following a devotional service, some games were played and a delicious lunch was served. The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Friday evening, July 2 with Mrs Ma;-y Rpckwood and Mrs Donnelle ^oViiiTipn a? hostesses. Marion Kleinpeter and he: fiance IOBI tiutto, home on leave from the navy, spent 10 days recently in the former's parental oes families of Elmore, Minn, and a , Mr- arid Mrs Wayne Draper, son Randy of Mallard. Dick Smith who is stationed in Key West, Fla., with the navy is spending his leave with his par- All-Purpose UTILUX PAINT $2.25 Gal. 5-Gal. Lots — $9.88 . . Red Barn PAINT $2.25 6al 5-teal. Lots —;'$9.8,8? Giltiydriteed HOUSE PAINT $2.95 Gal. 5-Gal. Lots— ,$14.8? porch and FLOOR PAINT &2.9>l Gal. ALUMINUM PAINT $2.95 Gal. 5-Gal. Lots — $14.88 Quick-Dry ; WHITE ENAMEL $2.95 Gal. CLOSEOUT SPECIAL! LATEX WALL PAINT A High Quality <J-O Oft Rubberized * O- TV-Wall Paint GALLON $1.38 QUART DIAMOND'S SURPLUS , July 9 FROM 7 P. M. TO 11 P. M. , _»^———————— Come Visit Us In Our Newly Decorated Quarters in the Former Vivian's Floral Shop Just Across the Street North of Kent- Motor, We Have A Nice, Pleasant, Clean Place For Yog . . , and Lots More Room, Too. All Our Old Customers As Well As Any NeW Ones Will Be Most Welcome. Serving ... ALL KINDS COLD BIER — SANDWICHES —COFFEE VII A MIS11 A word of thanks »o all our friends .pnd «g*»onti8r 5 who were THANlw! so thoughtful wi»h the flifts they 9 ove us before we moved and for their help in assisting us move to our new quarters. It w*s all very mu?h appreciated and will alway* be remembered by us. D & D Cafe Dugan and Doyie Loveall The Pennsylvania Dutch people originally came from Germany. and GREAT SAVINGS are yours in S&L's big JULY CLEARANCE starting tomorrow at 9 . * DOOR CRASHERS *»» SAVE TO ] /2 AND MORE ON WOMEN'S SHOES FOR DRESS, SPORTS, PLAY 1.97 2.97 3.97 Every pair from regular stock, drastically reduced for clearance. High, medium and low heels. Including Tiffany Originals, Chianti. Carolynnes, Flyabouts and Teen-Town Sports. All sizes out, not in every style. MEN'S DRESS SHOES - Values to 10.95 Short lots, discontinued styles from regular stock, 6Vi to 12 Women's Wool Shorty Coats Two Groups $10 and 13.88 Every coat made to sell for many dollar* morel The season's outstanding styles. Seven different fabrics and colors lo choose from. Sues 8 lo 18 and 7 lo 15. MEN'S RAYON PAJAMAS __onjy $3 Plain colors or figured. Formerly to $4.95. Sizes A-B-C-D LADIES' SLIPS REDUCED —.only $1.47 Cotton plisses, rayons, nylons. Sizes 32 to 38. Infants' Assorted Dresses _ only $1.27 Many assorted styles. Sizes one to 6x. LADIES' SPORT JACKETS only $3 Denim jackets in sizes 10-12-14. In gold or charcoal. Only eight! Girls' Dresses 2.44 Assorted prints and solid colors in im- bossed fabrics. Sleeveless and jacket Styles. Girls sizes 7 to '12. Girls' Dresses is 100% Wool Blanket 7.70 Unbeatable value! "Orrspun" full 3-lb. blanket — 72"x84" size. Bound in beautiful, rich acetate satin. 5-year moth-prooi guarantee. Large variety o{ colors, WOOL-FILLED SATIN COMFORTER.- Beautiful. 2-tone reversible*. 72"x84" ?ut size. Plio- film wrapped r '* v LADIES' DRESS CLEARANCE After the 4th Clearance! One Rack at One Rack at OO g Men's Summer Slacks Pre-Cuffed To Your length A Made 19 Sell for Much Morel "f i A large selection of crease-resisian* Hollywood Styled and »»4<Jle Boys' Jackets 5MI4 o* <?8«f9 . M&.tfcW" b*cl*. Sim 8 to 18. Beys' 100% Nylon Shirt* '1,«T Ladies' Hat Clearance-.only $1 & $2 Final clearance of spring and summer hats, LADIES' COTTON BLOUSES-_only $1 Short sleeve cotton blouses. Small assortment of plain or plaids. Sizes 34-36-38. Men's Summer Wash Pants __ only $2 Summer weight wash pants. Small waist sizes. Regularly $2.98. LADIES' TIE SHIRTS '__ onTy 99c Come and get these quick a) this thtt special low price. Size* S-M-L. [•U.J1H.--.1 SH01T41I1VI SPQ1T SHWIS $1 »» , all-ov« SUes 9 to 18. Assorted colors. ladles 1 Shorts and Skirts Denims, poplins, ch^mbrays. cot ions. Small queatititt of each, Tp Ladies' Gloves $1 . $1.69. All-wbiu eotton* md nylon*, in 01 n*vy Tissue ginghams, plisses, embossed cotions in prints plaids and solid colors. Sleeveless and bolero styles. Sizes 7 io 14. Girls' 2.98 Cotton Skirts $2 Summer styles in Twisialene, embossed cottons and printed broadcloth. Bopular "Squaw" styles and many others. Sizes 7 lo 14. Girls' Cotton Blouses 1.44 Short sleeve and sleeveless styles—with Peter Pan and Johnny collars. White and colors. Sues 7 to 14. Boys' & Girls' 69c.Sun Suits 57c Pjinted broadcloth and seersuckers in assorted styles. Fast color. Sues I to 3. Girls' 3 to fx PLAYSU1TS 1,67 Many on* and two- piece styles in no lion crinkletona and cotton pUue', A boom to busy mothers^ 3 to 6x Shorts 77c ft selection, of ei»9?i« d style* and coloif »» Sport Penim. . _ Sport Shirts $2 Cool, no-iron- 10.9% nylon plckere^e, Pastel« and deep ton**Small, w extra

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