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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1954
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l-Algona (lo.) Upper Dei Mofne* Tuesday, October 19, 1954 Kindergarten Group Visits Fire Station ,. • "'-:,:> .":'PA,,'.; .,--1 -j.::%*W-i1 / . -,. . / , ' . . - „ . ' -.- -. .» . Kindergarten youngsters from ihe class of Mrs Rulh McVay's morning and afternoon groups visit- he Algona fire station, last week, and had a specially conducted tour and talk given by Ira Kohl, ed the fire chief. The morning group is pictured above. In the baCk row. left to right, are Tommy Kain, Gary Leigh, Bruce Chapman, Jimmy Schoby, Larry Monger and Bryce 4 Sampson. Next to the back row are Duane Schipull, Clinton Young, Tommy Barry, Steve Waller and Grsg Cook. In the second row from the" front are Tommy Ristau, Donna Asa, Sharon Reuiy. Gerald Wallace, Virginia Silret, Lois Ericson, Debra Krause, Susan Rentz, Rosemary Mine .and Roxanne DeMouth. The front row includes Margaret Bebo, I^nda King. Valera Kueck. Mary Ann Ostwinkle. Jean Brandow, Becky Fraser, Linda Eischen and Bettie Reidel. Absent from the class were Theresa Sigsbee, Brenda Sjogren and Donna Guzowski. The afternoon class members who visited the Algona fire station are pictured above. They are, back row, left to right, Virginia Klein, Anne Pcnton, Jean Sigsbec, Melinda Monaco, Donna Moehle, Luana Leek, Janette Miller and Tommy Parsons. Second row from the back, Bill Boldridge, Richard Wickwire, Joanne Bates, Jon Krog, Pamela Schut/er, Michael Snodgrass, Linda Meyers, Eugene Decker, Bill Obrecht, Mary Jane Harmon and Frances Goeke. Standing in the front row are Dianne Reefer, Patricia Burghart, Gerald Hentges, David Gcrbcr, Robert Wesley, Tommy Gimlin and Gertrude Cook. Kneeling in front are Carol Adams, Susan Vipond, Charlotte McVay and Kathleen Kelly. Janet Zillr'itsch was absent.—(Algona Upper Des Moines foto- flash fotos.) Wesley Girl Is Bride of Britt Man; Vows Oct. 15 Wesley—Gloria Jeanette Simpson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson, became the bride of Robert H. Lewerke, son of Mr and Mrs Peter H. Lewerke of Britt, on Friday, October 15, at the.Nuzurene Parsonage at Britt at 10:30 a.m. Rev. James Adams officiated. The young couple was attended by Mrs Jack Powers uf Crystal Lake, sister of the bridegroom and James Larson of Buffalo Center, a nephew of the bride. The bride wore an ice blue suit with navy blue accessories. The bride attended Britt High and has since been stenographer at Standard Oil Co. Mason City. The bridegroom attended the Armstrong public school and is now employed in Mason City, where the young couple will live. A wedding dinner was served in the local Evangelical Free church to a host of relatives and friends. Out of town relatives who attended the wedding included Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber of Algona; Mr and Mrs Arthur Larson of Buffalo Center; Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson of Lone Rock; Scott Davis of OHumwa; Anna Gerber, Algona; Mrs Chester Mustard of Selma, luwu. Mrs Frank Johnson and Mrs Ruth Johnson prepared the wedding dinner. Waitresses were Kathy Mutton of Britt; Mary Agnes Carlson of Burt, Lois Bentele and Darlene Bentele. Khar- lone Johnson of Britt had charge of the guest book. Visits Clinic Louise Huuptly left Sunday Oct. 10 for Rochester, Minn, to go thn; the clinic. Housewarming Party Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey who recently moved to a house- in Britt which they had purchasevl were given a houscwarmin;.; party Sunday Oct. 10 by a large group of relatives. They pur chased the Mrs J. J. Pierce home on West 3rd Street. Their son Harold and family live on the home place cast oi Wesley. Guests At Britt Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stucler and Joe Eisenbacher spent Monday evening of last week in the Frank Wellik home near Britt. mate of Mr Beenken. Kennctlv" Beenken called his parents, Mr and Mrs Mans Beenken recently, from Aberdeen proving grounds in Maryland to tell them he was leaving for Alaska, ifis brother Arthur was in Korea, when last heard from. He expects a discharge In ary. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaafd and children spent Sunday Oct. 10 at, McGregor sightseeing. Mr'and Mrs Russell SwaHSOn, Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson, and Mrs Guy Dimond, Mr,'and Mi's Myrin Dimond, Mr and Mrs Howard Dawson of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks of Burt and their families were guests at the O. W. Friedow home near Britt Sunday* Oct. 10. 30 relatives in all enjoyed a picnic dinner in observance of the Friedow's 23rd wedding anniversary and the birthdays of Mr and' Mrs Guy Dimond and Howard Sparks, Julianne Kunz, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. M. Kunz, entered St. Ann hospital at Algona Wednesday for medical care. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rickie were Sunday guests at the parental, Charles KraUS home at Kiester, Minn. The barn on the Rich Reiling residence has been torn down and he will replace it with hog individuals as he buys and sells feeder pigs. Reilings purchased the place at the west edge of town from the Preston Chapin estate several years ago and recently had the house enlarged and redecorated. ; Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings of Ames spent the weekend at her mother's Mrs Henriette Bowman of Algona; and at his father's Gordon Giddings. She is employed on the Campus and he is a sophomore student in engineering. . Tommy Forburger, student at Ames, spent the October 17th weekend at his parental, Tom Forburger honje. Ann Hauptly 'returned Wednesday from a week's stay in Rochester. Mrs Margaret Eckerman and children of Early, Iowa and Mrs Eckerman's mother, Mrs Mary Otis drove to St. Paul, Sunday, October 10 to visit their sister and daughter Fidelis Otis who, several weeks ago joined the St Joseph Sisters and is at the St. Joseph's noviciate in St. Paul Fidelis had been employed by the State Health department in San Francisco. A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Lloyd Ziennel on Wednesday Oct. 6. This is their first child and she has been named Deborah Dee. Mr Zeinnel works at the Bauer Implement Co. and the family live in their trailer house. Mrs R. C. Bauer and Billy visited their sister and daughter, Mrs George Wellik and family at Britt Thursday evening. Rev. O. W. Johnson of Laurens, District Supt., v/as an overnight guest at the Rev. Percy Carlsson home Wednesday. Jack Vitzthum, who is a truck driver for R> E. Newbrough has had eye trouble lately. The dust has caused infection in his eyes Mrs Alfred Erdman entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Oct. 14. Mrs George Vitzthum will,be hostess to the club .\ybmen on v Thursday afternoon, Oct. 28. George Prema is at the Ed Dov/ns home 7/aiting -favorable weather so that he can get the two room tenant house moved from the J. P. Studer farm to a lot just north of the Ed Downs residence. C>rcles of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 20. The Ruth circle with Mrs Clair Robinson, the Miriam Circle with Mrs Al Wagner ana the K. Y. N. circle with Mrs Frea Eden. Mr and Mrs Reese Martin and Mr and.Mrs Jim Hilfarty returned recently from a week's trip to Birmington, Ala., where they visited Mr Reese's sister-in-law Mrs Ruth Martin. They also visited Mr Reese's father and two brothers at Keosauqua. Beatrice Hildman stayed with the Martin children. The Brownies held their regular meeting in the Legion hall Monday, Oct. 11 after school. Plans were made for a hallowe'en party to be held in the Legion hall on Monday Oct. 25. Mrs Nyla Newbrough is their leader and Mrs Jean Kraus and Mrs Olive Erd- rnan, assistant leaders. Mrs Dorothy Snook lefl over You can easily spot a carefree driver. His-left hand is patting or gripping the top. If his ear were narrower, his right hand would perhaps be out the other window. the weekend for Minneapolis, where she began work Monday in a Pillsbury Flour office. Her soh David "will stay at the R. E. Newbrough home and continue his studies at the public school. Mr and Mrs Sam Alne who recently returned from Norway nave rented Mrs Dorothy Snook's apartment and moved in the latter part of last week where they will live till their home on Main street is completed. The Vfm. Halterman family occupy the other Snook apartment. Mr and Mrs Walker McDonald and daughter Margaret plan to move back to Titonka this week nto their basement house. Bancroft . Janice Vitzthum, Dixie Seefeld. Toan Krieps and Mary Lou Hanig have been chosen cheerleaders at the public school for the basketball games of the season. Larry Kleinpeter, P. N. S. N.. called his parents, Mr and. Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter Tuesday evening from San Diego. Calif. saying he was leaving Oct. 'f on the Kearsarge Aircraft Carrier for Honolulu, Guam, Japan and Chinese ports. Mesdames Lael Root, H. H. Raney, L. H. Kleinpeter and Tons Forburger attended a one o'clock luncheon Oct. 5 at the Algona Country Club sponsored by St. Ann hospital Auxiliary. appointed district demity for C. D. of A. courts in Algona and Whittemore. ' . Mrs Joe Sinnwell, ,a member ot the trustees and a past Grand Regent of the' Court has been appointed to the State Board of Share the Faith Committee." Following the business meeting, a social hour was held and 500 was played with prizes awarded to Mrs Eugene Kollasch, Mrs John T/hul and Mrs Sylvester Wagner,' A receptidn of new members in the Catholic Daughters of America Court St Joseph will be held on Thursday in the parish hall'proceeded by a 6:30 p.m, pet luck dinner. New members to be received will be Mrs Mary Reding* Mrs Alvin Erpelding, Mrs James Schade, Mrs George McKenna, Mrs Richard McKenna, Mrs Harold Roethler and Mary Lawrence. The next regular monthly meeting will be heid on November 10 at 7:30. 70 At C. D. of A. Meeting, St. Joe; Two Honored St. Joe—Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph,' met Wednesday evening, Oct. 13, at 8 o'clock in the parish hall for their regular monthly meeting with 70 members _in attendance, j- : Grand Kegent Mrs Frank Bor- m.ann presided at the meeting. The court has given a donation to St. Joseph's School faculty to be used for educational and recreational articles. .' Mrs Frank Bormann has been Bancroft Girl Is Bride of Lakofa Man Bancroft — In a wedding cere- Jnony performed in the Presbyterian church in Jackson, Minn., Miss Marge Abbas, daughter of Mr and its Ted Abbas, became the bride of Faye Asche, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Asche of Lakota. Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, Rev John Aeltz of Ellsworth. Miun, ancle of the bridegroom, performed the ceremony. Miss Philles Svryter. Titonka. and the bride's brother Harold Abbas were their attendants. After a ws<i3ing trip to northern Minnesota, they will foe at home on & fann easl of Swea-City. Mr sad Mrs Cieius Dorr and daughter speaS Ifcuorsday evenini? at She Baa Doer hocse. St. Benedict. Herbert DNWT of Osceola, Wis, cam* after Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr who left fosr a six month vacation in Wisconsin, Minnesota and California. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman spent Thursday forenoon with Grandma Bergman, at the Curtis Nursing home at Burt. Mrs Bergmari who is 93 years old is recovering from an attack of thp flu. Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen are the parents of a daughter born Friday, Sept. 8 at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Ed Richter are the parents of a son born Sept. 9 at St. Ann hospital. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends n y •":'IT'S .-TIME TO WINTERIZE Your Car Needs Expert Handling When it Comes To Winterizing — and the Place To Get That Is the ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. "WHERE THE CUSTOMER MOST 8£ SATISFIED" ANNOUNCEMENT Slumber Party Hostess Diane Newbruugli entertained several classmate.-; al a slumber party al her parental H. K. Newbrough home Wednesday night, Oct. 13 in honor of her 10th birthday which was /I'huisday. Her guests were Mavis Nygaard' Sheryl llarr and Barbara Leek. All are fjth gradi- pupils of the. public school. Mr and Mrs Newhrougli observed their llth wedding anniversary Thursday, Oi-l. 14. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Dun Kraus entertained her bridge club Monday evening Oct. 11. Mrs Dwight Hruns won high score pri/e and Mrs Rich lieiimg won low score pri/e. Mrs J(. K. Newbrough will entertain club members on Monday evening, Nov. 1. Plan C.D.A. Breakfast Circles 1 and 4 uf the C.D.A. will serve breaktast to the public in the parish hall Sunday morning, Oct. 24. They will also have a food sale. The public is invited. Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken spent Sunday, Oct. 10 in Ayrshire with his brother Heiko Bi.onkei: and wife. Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken attended funeral services at Ramsey Reformed church Thursday for Raleigh Gingrich, a former school- We Now Have An Experienced TV and Radio Repairman! 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Clean gas lines, strainers and drain sediment from tank 1.20 1,80 6. Clean and adjust voltage regulator 1.75 2.10 7. Check battery on breakdown, clean battery connections ,90 1.20 8. Check all lights and windshield wiper -.NoCh, NoCh. 9. Inspect and adjust fan and generator belt .75 10. Clean carburetor air cleaner . ,30 IV. Tighteni cylinder heads on all cars .90 12. Take up on foot brakes 1.00 13. Aim head lights . 1.00 14. Check heat riser if frozen; there is an extra charge for freeing up or replacing — no charge to inspect 15. Check windshield washer if it needs repairing; there is an extra charge — no charge to inspect *s- 16. Remove and replace one brake drum and check lining 17. Inhibitor, sealer, washer solvent, anti-freeze and parts are charged out as extra material 1.20 .60 1.20 1.50 1.50 $12.95 $18.10 Algona Implement Pontiac — Cadillac — International PHONE 52 .. 1407 COMMERCIAL Gotfa Problem? Da you ever \Mrik safety of your' money? No need to carry large *""« irt tash. 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