The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1954 · Page 10
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l-Alflflrta (la.) Upper Dot Molne» Tuesday, October 5, 1954 Visitors From Panama At Home i '. LuVerne—Quests in the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelmi are their son-inJaw and.daugh- ter Mr' and Mrs. Duane Hu'ntfer of Panama. They left for home by boat ' September 3, and return to New York to return to Panama, November 16. Both are employed"; by th6 government there. It will be three years in December that Mrs Hunter, the former Arlene Wilhelmi went to Panama, where their marriage took place. This is their firpi visit home since. They are also visiting his father Glen Hunter in Glidden while here. LuVerne 4-H Elects Officers for the LuVerne Live Wires 4-H Girl's Club are: Audrey Hanselman, president; Aslong Hjelmeland, vice president; Kathyrine Bockes, secretary and Annette Braynard, treasurer; reporter Shirlene Schnetjer and historian Eleanor Rockwood. Leaders are Mrs Glen Braynard arid Mrs Wilder Rockwood. Jusi-Fof-Fun Club The first fall meeting of the Just-For-Fun Card Club was held Tuesday in the farm home of Mrs Harold Meyers. A former member, Mrs Maynard Guderlan cu Phoenix, Arizona was a guest. At the play of 500, awards high, Mrs John Stampka, low, Mrs Wayne Warmbier and travel, Mrs Gordon Gregory. Returns From Europe Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk have received word that their daughter Sally Shirk, is enroute home. She arrived in New York September 27 from a three months summer tour of Europe. Card Club Meets Canasta 8 members were guests Monday evening, Sept. 27, in the home of Mrs John Kamus. At play, high, Mrs Jess Linde bak, low, Mrs Duane Neal and travel, Mrs Carl Groh. fishermen Stop Over Visitors Tuesday in the Albert Schneider home were her brothers Rolley Wedel of Amarillo, Texas and Henry Wedel, Jr., of Hereford, Texas and brother-in- law Elmer Richardson of Slater. The men were enroute to Canada to do some fishing. ' Word has been received that Ralph Lawrence of Fort Dodge,, formerly of LuVerne has been released from a Rochester hospital where he underwent recent surgery.. Mrs Emma Lehman has concluded her visit with her sister, Mrs L. L. Gillette in Sisseton, S, D. She will visit in the home of her daughter and family Mr ^nd Mrs Fred Merkle before returning to her home in Boxholm. Marsha Prior and Patty Hansen, sophomore at Iow& State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, came Friday for .the weekend with their parents Mr 'and Mrs William Prior and Mr and Mrs Van Hanson. Mrs Ray Stone spent Thursday visiting with her daughter Marcia Stone, freshman at Iowa State College, .Ames, Mr and Mrs Kyle Luchsinger. Kerry, Kylene'and Debra visited her parents Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus and her sister Mr and Mr* Elwood Ellston and baby in Des Moihes over the weekend. Mrs Vera Andrews, children, Mark and Donna of Ames visited the past week in the parental Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler hbtne. Mr and Mrs Wallace Robinson of Elma were recent visitors in the Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty home. Mr Robinson is a cousin of Mrs Lichty. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs Theresa Assing were her mother and sister, Mrs E. O. Lenz and Miss'Helen Lenz of Rockwell City. Mrs Ben Johns, her daughter Mrs Robert Bravick and children of Britt visited in the, home of their son and brother, Mr and Mrs Earl Johns and children. They came to make the acquaintance of Garnet Allen born Sept. 25, to Mr and Mrs Johns. Mr and Mrs Milton Warby of Rochester, Minn, visited the farmer's brother Joseph Warby and family and with their friends M* and Mrs Clifford Richardson. ' Mrs Caroline Martin of North Platte, Neb. has visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty and children. The ladies are sisters. Mr arid Mrs Earl Wertz 01 Graymont, 111., arrived Monday to visit in the home of'Mrs Anna Hanselman and with their farm tenants, Mr and Mrs J. L. Me- Clamrock and son. Recent guests in the home ol M. L. Barton were his two daughters, Dr. and Mrs Carl Midkiff of Miami, Fla., and Mrs Lawrence Muskamp of Minneapolis. They will be remembered as the former Florence and Fern Barton. Two. heads are better than one only when they both contain brains. Don't be a thoughtless driver; It's to gruesome when two of you get together. Esther Merkle spent the week- end'in the Twin Cities Visiting her sister Mrs James Paulson ana family in Minneapolis and her twp brothers Walter and' Elmer Merkle families in St. Paul. Mr and Mrs E. A. Guderian, their son and family. Mr and Mrs Maynard Guderian have concluded their vacation visit here and returned Thursday to their hom'e in Phoenix, Arizona. ' Mr and Mrs Robert Diekoff of Detroit visited here Thursday:' They are visiting her relatives in Fort Dodge and in, Algona with his brother Mr and Mrs Ralph Diekoff. ; Eighteen members responded to roll call by naming "A Food I Enjoy Preserving", at'the first regular meeting of the Progressive Woman's Club held Sept. 27, in the home of Mrs Earl Hanselman. Mrs Agard presided and a report of the white elephant and food sale held recently was given by Mrs Dale Zentner. ADVERTISING in ,the Algonj Upper Des Moines reacnes more families in Kossuth county than any other publication. In its first year, millions of motorists have proved the benefits of Conoco Super Gasoline with i^H^QMHMH Sexton Golden Date Sunday V; ' . -.' , ' -i '','..• Sexton — Areh : Burger • mu^t have eloped with a child bride fifty years ago because nothing else could explain how Mr and Mrs Burger can act so young and be planning on a golden wedding celebration this week. They will have an open house for friends.at the home of Mrs Nell Opheim, Sunday, from 2 to 5. Birthday Parties The Gabrielson family has been busy as usual with Glennda attending three birthday parties of young friends and Joyce visiting with Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach while Mi's GabrlelsOn at- teftded an all day r\iral women's conference. Glenn also made an overnight trip on- business as he inspected cattle for a new feeder herd. •";• Friendly Club Mei : • Members of the Friendly Club forgot'-the dreary weather and had a good time at the home of Mrs Nellppheim with Mrs, Arch Burger assisting hostess. , MJrs Stewart of Garner provided the entertainment with a demonstw tlon of hair grooming products. A special vocal effort was made on the, birthday song in hono" of Drusle Noble, Nell Opheim and tionna Kelley and this year's crop of new babies was admired. For members who have been forgetting meetings a special notide Will be posted at Mack's Market each month before meetings. ' . : New Elevator Seal* It's a good thing the Sexton- LuVerne road p£fenet} as. Ma n St. is* how closfed:.by. t,mountain of dirt while a new outsfde scale is being put in at the elevator. Work will be a little slow tin this job since Wilford Ward set Up television >n the feed shed to view the world series games. Wiiford would also like to defend himself to the extent that his driving wasn't responsible for the sad condition of his truck. . At least two little boyg Weren't doing so well the past, week as Craig, youngest son of-Mr and Mrs Everett Steven was seriously ill and Timmy, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Ambrose Licktteg was also confined at Borne,' Mr and Mrs Butl-Elberts made an unexpected trip",to Wisconsin to attend the funeral of MrS Elbert's uncle who they often visited while making business trips in that area for their fishing tackle business. >• Another of. the wandering wives- 'has returned honia, although 'witH winter- coming it would have been nicer to stay In California. Mf S MaX Stfattbn has been visiting there With her irto- ther, Mrs Clara Sorensen and other relatives. ' \ , ' Our town' is holding - up 6.uiW Well with business as ufitlal but it may not last now that L. A. Cppp' is gone dn his vacation With "just a young fellow to take his plade and who *nay not know 'how to run the town.- ' • Another sign that school has started and winter is coming-is the appearance of stray dogs, obviously 'dumped here In 4he, hopes that someone will give them a home. Owtters of summertime puppies Who have nb'place to keep a dog in winter should be warned that most residents here also have their own dogs and that strays have to be- destroyed in most cases. f ORDER THESE NOW! Brand-New Fresh Stock In At Bradley Bros. i . . . .•••••• _ Right now come in and let us reserve for you — or put on your wheels. — a set of these New "Town & Country" Firestone Snow Tires. You'll be all set, and you'll know you have 'em! " • ' . • s .;.'•"'• • < ' ' - ! ' Now let these five "ftill-year-users" fell you what they have discovered about • The Greatest Gasoline Development in 31 Years Mud, Snow Of Ice! Little more than a year ago, we introduced Conoco Super Gasoline with TCP. 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