The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1954
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• Mrs Paxson Mrs Mabel Paxson was hostess to the members of the women's Bible class of the Congregational chyrch Thursday afternoon, Breakfast Club Met Mrs W. A. Foster entertained the members of the Breakfast club at a luncheori Fridav. The afternoon was spent socially. Delphian Society ; The Delphian society 'met last week Tuesday with Mrs Roscoe .Mawdsley. The next meeting will he held Oct. 19 with Mrs Rhoda Bonar. Mrs J.D.Ldwe will.give a paper on Alaska. t Birthday Parly, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and daughter Doris attended a birthday observance at Lone Rock Thursday evening for Meredith' Hurlburt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Hurlbert. • Birthday Observance Sharon, daughter of Mr . and Mrs David Smith celebrated her . ninth birthday Friday by Raving as guests at dinner Ann Haase, Carol Kenyon and Linda Percival. They attended the football game with 'Mr arid Mrs Smith that evening. ' x Surprise Party '• Mrs Harvey Reid was given a surprise party-Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.Lloyd Gerber, Mrs Leo Gardner and Mrs .Kenneth Percival who provided the refreshments' and presented the honoree with" 'gifts. The time was spent s'ocially, " Diane Smith, 7 . • ' , Diane, daughter of Mr and Mrs David Smith was seven years old Thursday'and was given a party at the Ambrose Call-State park.. Guests were Diane Baldus, Jean Christensen, Cindy .Cowan, Joan DeGroote, Susan ' Hemmingsen, ' Pamela, Hopkins; and' Judy Parrott. Mrs Russell Kelley assisted Mrs ', Smith in the serving. Birthday Club KosJs Mrs. Frank Ostrum and Mrs Elizabeth Post entertained^ members of their birthday 'club Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs E. A. Guderian, a former member, who with her husband and son and daughter-in-law Mr, and Mrs Maynard Guderian has been visiting relatives and friende. To Wed In Chicago Mrs Lyle Pugh of Chicago, 111. announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Judy Kay Pugh, to Darrell Virgil Nielsen, son of Mi and Mrs Andrew Nielseni'Of Lu'»|; Verne. Miss 'Pugh graduates from Algoria high school with the class of 1952, and Darrell is a graduate ot LuVerne high school and the DeFry Technical Institute of Chicago. The wedding will take place Oct. 9th in Chicago. Belly MHIer To Wed Mr and Mrs Leo C. Miller announce the engagement "and approaching marriage of their" daughter Elizabeth Ann, pictured above, to Mi' Roger Lee Hoover, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover. Sr., of Burt. The ceremony will take place Saturday morning, Oct. 23, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Soroplimists Meet •A regular business meeting arid Inucheon : of thei 'Algona Soroo- timist club was 'held Wednesday noon at Hotel' Algona. Discus sions were held on the band festk val float, Soroptimist road sign, sponsoring of a Girl Scout Brownie troop and Soroptimist communications. Frances Grantham presided. Plum Creek Club The Plum Creek Women's Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 13 with Mrs Ella Hutchins, assisted by Mrs Ethel Gardner. Response to roll call will be "Interesting Places I Have Seen." Selection of secret sisters will be supervised by Mrs Eleanor Gardner and revealing of secret sisters by Mrs Madeline Priebe. A travelogue will be given by Margaret Durant. The Carnation Club of the Degree of Honor met Monday evening, Sept.-20. with Mrs Rosella Larson., She was assisted by Margaret and Kay Bray ton and Arisen Kajewski. After a brief business meeting the remainder of the time was spent with amusements. Each person told their most embarassing moment and for this Mona Hobbs was given the prize. Nine members of Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the home of Mrs Pat ; Taylor ^Tuesday evening, Sept. 21, to address cancer magazines. Mrr Taylor is in charge of this project, which is part of the county cancer program. The rush committee met Thursday evening, Sept. 23, at the home of Iris Lieb. Hello Chess Players t Yoy are invited to play chess every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Algona Hotel dining room. Bring your board and pieces along. For further details, phone 278. 39* CALORIC'S LOW-PRICED HIGH1LUE GAS CLOTHES DRYER vL I AT >t< S v At Morcks Mrs Cdrl Morcks Sr. entertain-" ed the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Enletlaln 'Xt Dirtiiet 1 , < Mr and Mrs Augtist Harig" "had as dinner and supper guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Wags- ness and Robert, Leo and Harold darig ol Aliendale, Minn., Mr and Mrs Robert Harig, LoriBie and Margaret-of lEldort.JVtinn.. Mr and Mrs, Douglas WiltUn and. Adrian HarSg. Adrian cable front Io\v;> dity where his wife" is a patient at University hospital,arm ia i»u- .proyirtg. V^ ; ,. • ; m - ::. . , / family iMiier PMly* *•'?! '' '• • •Mr aMvMfrs Hehry 'Furst en' tertaineafaVa; family dinner, Sun'' day, guests being Mr ahd ^Mrs- Don Payne of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham, of Elmore, Minn,, Dorothy Shatto and James Kephart of 1 Mason City, Fern Habeger of Burt; Ernest Taylor of Los Angeles, Calif., Mr ana Mrs Eugene Furst and daughters, Dick Furst and, Ray Cunningham. Birthday Picnic ' Mrs John Romer "observed a birthday .anniversary Sunday and ,a picnic'--was held at. the Ambrose Call State .park. Those in attendance'were Mrs Alma Doan ol bt. Paul, Minn., Charles -weed and' Carl Marquardt of Minneapolis, Minn:, William and Leonard Beck, father and uncle respectively of the honoree of Dicitens and the husband and son John and James Romer. Hostess At Bridge --.Mrs Loren Thompson, former resident here now living at Mason City is entertaining a group ol friends at a bridge party •• today (Tuesday) at her home. Those in attendance are Mrs Melvin Bay, Mrs ii. T. Bunkofske, Mrs W. J Fuller, Mrs Fred Geigel, Mrs W. C. Irelan, Mrs Vernoh Jensen, Mrs Clayton Percival, Mrs Robert Richardson, Mrs Joe Tschetter Marian Year Pilgrimage All Kossuth county • courts ol the Catholic Daughters of America will join in a Marian Year pilgrimage observance to be held Sunday, Oct. 3, beginning at 3:00 p.m. at the Assumption Catholic church in Emmetsburg. All Catholics, as well as CDA members, are invited to attend ti\i& special service. Visit From Arizona Mr and Mrs E. A. Guderian and their son and daughter-in-law Mi and Mrs Maynard Guderian arc visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian and other relatives anci friends here. They came from Phoenix, Ariz., several days ago and are leaving for home Thursday. They are former residents: here and moved to Phoenix a couple of years ago. Mrs Maynard ^uderian has spent most of tht time with her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen at Irvington. Former Wesley Resident,!, Rites Sept. 17 . i : - • • : > 'Wesley-i-Jruheral services ,were held Fridayi Sepi. 17 in the Christian Reformed church, north east—of Wesley for Mrs Anna Huisinga, aged 85, a former Wesley vicinity resident,?; Rev. Van- denhoek conducted' the services. •Her husband died, iri 1942. She is. survived by one daughter, Mrs John Limberg of Vfoden, three sons, Imko and Louis of Woden and Harm of Buffalo Center. Tuesday Club Tuesday Club met with Mrs Mildred Martin Tues. 'afternoon, Sept. 21 with Mrs Tillie Loebig as assistant hostess. All iSv members were present. Mrs Johri Paulson, a .guest gave a humorous reading. The group voted ? tc send $2 to Korean relief. • Je'an Kraus reported on the progress of the park project. 'Ectna Ma«. Kleinpeter, conducted a cla"ssi-ir> first aid. : • Brmrie Pals Elect ^ The Prairie Pals met Sept. 18. with Julie and Melissa Nygaard The girll' elected, their officers for the coming year. Charlene Downs, president; Mary ;,Lou Hanig, vice president; Gloris, Wise, secretary and treasurer; Julie Nygaard, historian; Delores. Studer, reporter; Ruth Wise photographer; Darlene Studer. music chairman. Melissa Nygaard and Merle Ann-Harig on the entertainment committee. 'Mrs Herman Wise, Mrs Mildre'd Baylor and Mrs Mildred Arndorfer are the leaders. . The next meeting will be at the •August Studer home Oct. 9th. Auxiliary To Meet The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening t Oct. 6. Mrs Minnie .Studer and Mrs Viola Studer will be hostesses. Mr arid Mrs Hehry Knapper of Sebastopnl, Calif, spent several days last week with^nis 90 year old mother, Mrs.John, Knapper. .Circles 1 and'4 of the C.D. of A* are planning ;to. serve a publit breakfast o'rt Sunday in late.Oct Mrs. M. Yost of Yakinia, Wash is visiting, her sister, Mrs'Mary Nordman and .other relatives. Shi will accompany her brother ant wife the Henry Khappers when they retiirn to their home at Se^ bastopal this week., Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson anc two sons spent last week at thei; cottage at Lake Okoboji, Mi, Johnson was on vacation from the Exchange State Bank. Mrs Lou Goetz will entertain her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Sept.' 30., Wesley Wizards 4-H 'girls will hold their organization tea at the Howard Funnemark home Oct. 5 instead of the 2nd. . Tom Forburger and his cousin Merle Gal-man of Britt pledged Phi Kappa at Ames last week. Mr and Mrs Howard Miller ind family will move from a Senry Bailey farm west of V^es- ey on highway 18 to a farm 2Vfe miles east-of Irvington. Evangelical Free Sunday School leld a weiner roast Saturday evening, Sept. '25, at 6 o'clock in ^he new city park.- The Catholic Missionary Society leld their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon, Sept., ' 22. Servers were Mrs Philip Goetz ind Mrs Clarence Nelson. The C. D. of A. met Wednes- iay, Sept. 22. Mary Bode, grant Audubon Club Program The Junior High Audubon Club of Wesley Public School accompanied by their teacher, Mrs Goldie Erickson gave a program at the Prairie Township Farm Bureau meeting Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Don Powers and Gary Adolph Girres, Mrs Rich-, and Smith, Mrs John Huff, Mr and Mrs Walker McDonald and Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard were also guests. Zitfritsch Out " s " Of Grid Lineup Coach Tony Guzowski reported late Monday that the Algona Bulldog football squad is due for some shakeups as a result of injuries and lack of blocking. Ron Zittritsch, sophomore end, will be on the sidelines for a couple of weeks due to a shoulder separation he received in the Eagle Grove contest last Friday. It is possible Jae Givens, another sophomore flank, may takt over the spot vacated by Zittrit- sch's injury. Other men on the temporary injured list include Ron Roch- leau, senior tackle, Jack Amon, senior tackle, and Loren Nelson junior halfback. Thpse three suffered knee injuries, Nelsji and Amon in the Eagle Grove game, and Rochleau in the Webster City encounter. Amon and Rochleau will be ready t'oi Hampton, and Nelson's injury ii not as serious as reported earlier. He is a doubtful starter Friday, however. In an attempt to improve blocking in. the line, it is probable that Don Cook, back, will be used at guard part time, in the rimru'i'oming game Friday with Hampton. Exclusive Nylon "Sifto-Bag" lint trap Exclusive Lo-Heet, VJ> Hi-Breeze economy '^ drying principle High level air intake iyi Automatic |Ar operation Sturdy drop door Nupon finish Two ways to exhaust moisture Here's the most sensational dryer buy of,the year-with more features for less money than any other on the market. Save yourself Cellars . . . give yourself extra i hours of leisure, Stop m and see this low priced, value^packed dryer today. BOTH NATURAL AND BQTTlg GAS - ONI* $239.,SQ Ccuy Terms Available Ask Us For A Home penipnstratiQii fee This Dryer Now In Owr Showroom Youth Breaks Arm ( Titonkar-Forrest Rode, son oi Mr and Mrs Forrest Rode, had the misfortune to fall from his bicycle Sunday evening and broke his arm above the elbow. He was taken to Buffalo Center hospital where his arm was x-rayed uiiu pin in a casi. Mrs'Goldie Erickson, teacher in the public school accompanied by teacher friends Miss Dorothy Leigh of Humboldt and Miss tfeva Albright.of Estherville attended the^ elementary teacher's conference in Cedar Falls, Saturday, Sept. 25. • r ••Revj and Mrs Frank Webb at- Jeftded a- sub-district meeting of Methodist Ministers Tuesday in ;he home of Rev and Mrs Harry Whyte of Algona. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson had as their September 19 weekend guests, Mrs Ackerson'n brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs N. J. Nemmers of Bancroft. Shirley Eden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Eden, began work in the Lickteig Drug store last week. The Prairie Neighbors club met Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 21 at the Herman Studer home, with Mrs Mildred Arndorfer as assistant hostess. Mrs Emma Wise and Nell Frimml had a display of antiques. Mr and Mrs Lon Gouge accompanied by Mr and Mrs Dave Gouge of Algona spent Sunday. Sept. 19 at Rochester, visiting the men's brother Bernard Gouge of Linden, Ind., who is a patient there. The hitler's wife was w-ifh ner husband at Rochester. Mrs Jennie Luken returned Thursday evening from a four week's visit with relatives in Iowa City, Sioux Falls and Colman, S. D. She lives with her daughter, Mrs Viola Studer. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studei visited the Bud Itauplman's ai Bancroft Tuesday evening. Mrs Bill Loebig.and Mrs Don McCarthy of St. Benedict took their sons Bill Loebig Jr. aiu. Leo McCarthy and Mark Becker, son of Mrs Justine Becker to Dubuque Sunday, Sept. 19 whert the boys are attending Loras College. Mrs Oscar Johnson and daughter, Mrs Raymond Carlson will be hostesses to Ladies Aid Wednesday, Sept. 29 in the Evangelical Free Church: THERM06AS South Phillipi St, J. F. Y«i . VISION UNLIMITED li ever . . . Again HEAT-HOUSfR UAOS THE FIELD. Now keep worm while you wwk WITH VISION UNLIMITED. No . kolei to drill, odiusloblj ./ fceot control, cm piece Ik . -PROTECT YOU AND YOUR TRACTOR WITH THE GENUINE HE4T-HOUSWI / BRADLEY BROS, For Hset Housers PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, ,IOWA Friday, Oct. 1 DUANE'S ACCORDIAN BAND Sunday, Oct. 3 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Oct. 8 JERRY DOSTAL Sunday, Oct. 10 DON HOY Friday, Oct. 15 HAROLD PICHA No Advance Booth Reservations^ Doors Open at 8:30 regent announced thnt n Marion year pilgrimage is lo be made on Sunday, Oct. 3 to the, Assuinp- .lon Catholic church in Emmetsburg at 3 p.m. Mrs Ella Hanig's name was drawn for the cash 16,or prize. Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirlh, tfr pttd Mrs Joe Krieps and Mr 'and Mrs Al Erpelding returned .cuur'uuy irom A- weeK's fishing outing in Minnesota. The Young* wirth caf -was crowded off.'the oad 'into a ditch as they were rearing their destination in Minr ies6ta. No one was injured and he car slightly damaged in get- ving it 6iit of the ditch. Prairie Neighbors held their organization tea in the St. ;Bene'- diet parish hall 'Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 7 with the .two St. Benedict clubs as hostesses." Emma Wise was elected chaii'man, Mildred Arhdorfer, vicei-chan;- man and Maiidj Studer, publicity chairman. " ' • ' : Mr. and Mrs Tom Vitzthum find family of Lauren? were'.Suhd^y,, Sept, 19 'guests at the parents, Georg6 Vitzthum home. • : , Mrs Hdsalie DeBoer entertained the So-ette club Thursday evening, Sept.23. Mrs Viola' Studer visited hei son .Bill Studer v and family at Clarion'.Thursday afternoon, Tuesday, September 28, 1954 Algona (la.) Upper De» St. Ann Auxiliary Plans Luncheon St.. Ann Hospital Auxiliary officers have announced a luncheon for members and guests, which will be held at the Algonu Country Club, Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 1 p.m. Reservations should be made at the country club not later than Oct. 3. Cards will furnish the afternoon's entertainment. Library Plans An Open House The Algona Public Library will celebrate its 50th anniversary at an open house oh Sunclny, Oct. 10, it was announced Monday after a meeting of the library boarcL •; DotiuIs-bT the open house activities Will be 1 announced later. Traffic Fines Jn J. P. Court Three cases were heard in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court during the past week. Eli Orimm, West Bend, paid SI7.40 fine and costs on a charge of having an overload on regis j tration for a truck. Art A. Meyer, Algona, was fined $5 and costs for hilling to give the proper signal while turning, and Ernest Fry, AlRonu, was fined $1 and costs IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC1 The SURIF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA Friday, Oct. 1 4th Heat of Com Shelling Contest LEO and HIS PIONEERS Saturday, Oct. 2 Columbia Recording Artists , THE FOUR LADS See In Person JULES HERMAN and his orchestra For You Dancing Adm. 1.49 plus tax, ioi'l 1.65 WELCOME TO THE 6th ANNUAL ALGONA BAND FESTIVAL . 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