The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1954 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1954
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Carnival Held lit Swea City $ch$o!, Oct. 19 - Swea 'Cttyu-The annual School carnival .foas tb be held Tuesday n ght at the Swea City •Community school building. A queen fdr the evening was named. A list of pmes which totaled between Offend 70 werg given away. The queen candidates were Marianne Mattm, 9th grade; Nancy Weber, 10th; Lavon Jensen, llth;' and Jackie Claussen, 12th. Russ j_._ • lui-j-. • • -i- *V ii - J-iiVi lu - —- ' - 6 FAT DUTCHMEN Coming To Bancroft, Iowa All Red Headed Women Admitted Free TUESDAY, OCT. 26 Chaffe, jieffornlef for and other events, was a special "«£t and gave,a. magician act here were also concessions Which included a home talent show, fish ponds, games of skill, free throws, novelty stand, balloon, and dart. The event began with a supper. *u A11 P? ce eds will be used for the activity fund. The-St. Ann circle will sponsor a bake sale, Saturday p.m. beginning at 2 o'clock at Bell's Garage, Cakes, pies, breads, rolls, cookies and candies will be sold, A daughter was born -dot. 7 to Mr* and Mrs Merlin Berg of New Ulm, Minn. This is the first born of the Bergs. Merlin, the Son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Berg, was employed for a number of years at the Montgomery Ward store in Fairmont, and also in the Ward store at Mason City. .Pvt. Richard L. Ottrnan, son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Ottman of Swea City, recently joined the 7th infantry division in Korea. Pvt. Ottman, an engineer in the unit, arrived pVerseas from Ft. Belvoir, va. He entered the army in Dec. 1953* Pvt. Robrt Rohlin, son of Mr and Mrs George Rohlin of Swea City, has recently been promoted to the grade of Pfc. Sgt. Danny J. Jorgensen, 22, son of Mr and Mrs L. Jorgensen, is helping in reconstruction of Korea. Members of Jorgensen's unit are building and repairing several primary schools and restoring road and irrigation facilities to useable condition. 8 6«. •""••'" ; "- ' ' : '••-"•••"'•• •-• Oeh 1 — Mrs Edward Roepke, Algeria, girl, 7 lb.; Ralph Boisin- ger, Buffalo Center, medical. Oct. 8 — Mrs Palmer Jensen, Bancroft, girl, 8 lb. 2 02.; Mrs Emanual Ostrum, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Edward .Richter, Bancroft, boy, 7 lb. 6V4 02.; Mrs Ray Davidson, Algona, medical. Oct. 9 — Carole Anne Ernst, Whittemore, medical; Nicholas Mergen. Whittemore, medical; Mrs Ellis Mains, Algona, medical. Oct. 10^-Mrs John Crowley, Al* gona, girl. HOSPITALS . Oct. 5—David Fandel, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs Herman Lauck, Whittemore. accident. • Oct 6.—Rev. P. M. Stern, Livermore, medical; W. C. Dewel, Algona, medical; Rosemary Foart- sch, Wesley, medical; Mrs Robert Fuerstenau, Lone Rock, boy, 8 lb. Baby Girls At Lakota Reach Several Homes Lakota — Baby girls are very much in prominence with the birth of a daughter, Emma Jean October 8th to Mr and Mrs John Ukena; 'and Oct. 10 a 5 lb. 14 oz. daughter to Mr and Mrs Carlos Engleby, now of Ledyard. Mrs Engleby is the former Betty Pierson ,who taught here last year., October 12th a daughter was born to Mr and Mrs John Berschman. , / Another birth of interest is the daughter born in Blue Earth to Mr and Mrs LaVerne Thompson of Elmore, Oct. 7. Mrs Thompson is the former Doris Estle a former Lakotan. , Former Pastor Visits Rev and Mrs.Boese of Harmony, Minn, were calling on old friends Sunday. Rev Boese a former pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran, spoke at the Mission Feast held in the local church Sunday. fafnlly of Stiff do Ceftter Thursday evening visitors in the W. F. Kienita home. Mr and Mrs J.'E. Ukena went to Sac City Thursday and Mfs Ukena was to stay With the grandchildren, Renee and Johnny while the parents Mr and Mrs R. Dewey attended Homecoming in .Dubuque. , Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner of Calumet visited Saturday night and Sunday with their son Burdette and family. Miss Evelyn Burgeson spent the weekend at her home near Swea City and on Monday attended funeral services for her grandfather. Ed. L. Gutknecht arrived home from LaPorte Alberta, Canada, Oct." 7, having Spent th'e past 3 months taking care of his farming interests. Mr Gutknecht reports that the whcSat had been winrowed but' could not be combined because of the excessive rainfall. The Mesrames C, C. Gerzema and Greta Stecker attended a birthday observance for Mrs Gerzema's aunt Charlotte Frerichs at Titonka, October 15, Mm Frerichs wan 82 years old. *• Visitors at the Cajrl derzema home recently were Mrs E. R. Siemens, Denver; fi, R, Frerichs, Colorado Springs, Colo.; H. Frerichs, Madison, S. D.; and Mr and Mrs Harold Frerichs, Albert Lea 1 , Minn. The visitors were daughter and sons of Mrs Johanna Frerichs who makes her home with her son-in-law and daughter. Carol Winter, member of the Lakota Luckies 4-11 club received a special honor which was basec. on her record book and for hei award she will receive a 'breakfast service for six.. The Juniors will present their Class play "Leave it to Grandma" October 22 in the school gymnasium. t , .___ The Fellowship Rally for the' North Half. Of Fort Dodge Presbytery was held in the Presbyterian church Sunday and 218 were registered. Dr. Gaylord Couchman, resident of University of Du- juque was guest jspeaker. A committee of P. W. O. Women served suopfcr to the group. 'You'll.Fih'd All The Ingredients jKFor A Perfect Evenjng ... Lux'] \ ''." '.''-v'' ' .' j unous Decor ... Excellent Popu- lar and Western Music For Your ! t Nightly Entertainment and' Dancing • '.. ' / iia •• ' «atthe ; ;• £ Enchanting Palladium Across From the Strand Theatre In Downtown Mason City The Sunset Serenaders playing for your evening dancing Hum-Ogren Nuptials » Beth Hum, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Hum of Buffalo Center and Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Sari Ogren were united in mar- lage Oct. 7, at the Sacred Heart Church in Ledyard, Father Bernard Montag officiating. Attendants were Mrs' Donald oeke and Paul Kockler. After a short wedding trip, the newlyweds are at home in apartments back of the. beauty shop which the bride has operated for several years. Robert is employed by Albert Bosma Jr. Miss Dar^ene Cason now teaching in Lakeview, Iowa, and Miss Iva Lee Eastman of Fairmont, former teacher here spent the weekend with Mrs John Heetland. Mrs O. M. Rippentrop returned home Monday from the Fairmont hospital where she had undergone surgery. The Band Mothers met Monday at 8 p.m. with the Mesdames George Ennen, Curtis Mikkelson and .George Gallagher ,as hostesses. These mothers have "as their project for the year the purchase of a bass clarinet. There have been several new children starting on Tonettes. •-.'.., , / Mr and Mrs E. Johnson anc * CHICKEN * SHRIMP * RIBS | * BEVERAOES *** ^••'••'•••••••"••""^•••^^•••••••"•••••••^•••••••••I^B^M^M^MWWWWiM^^^^ Jill •** *•* | No Coyer Charge Silence on Sunday No Admission COMING SAT., OCT. 23 WTMUflTOF YESTERDAY AND TODAY Styled by BLUE BARRON ant HIS ORCHESTRA STAR BALLROOM PAKOTA CITY, IOWA Brought back by Papular Request Spencer Barbershoppers ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Wednesday, Oct. 20 SHOW JiEGINS AT 8 P.M. Adults-$1,00 Students - SQc (,o Algwui by the Aljjona Uojis Tickets Now On Sale by Club Members PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE,. IOWA Friday, Oct. 22 ANDY DOLL Sunday, .Oct. 24 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Oct. 29 KENNY HOFER Sunday, Oct. 31 HALLOWEEN JACK COLE Friday, Nov. 5 BABE WAGNER No Advance Booth Reservations Do|ors Open at 8:30 Lydia Banwart Bride Oct. 3 At West Bend On Sunday, Oct. 3, Miss Lydia Jean Banwart, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nathan Banwart of West Bend, and Donald Payne of Put- aski, son of Mr and Mrs Cleo Payne, were united in njarriage by the Rev. Paul Banwart at tba home of the bride's parents. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mabel, Banwart. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Barrel Payne. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Banwart Jiome. Miss Lucille Banwart had charge of the guest book. The wedding cake wrs served by Miss Joyce Banwart and Miss Florence Banwart poured. Miss Donna Mae Payne, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Mary Tuesday, October 19, 1954 Algona (Id.) Upper Das «,• u .u ,„ .u . u : *, ,1. U£>M Want Ads pfl y Dividends Elizabeth Wuthrich, cousin of the bride, and Bonnie Augspurger 01 Pulaski had charge of the gifts. • Waitresses and others assisting were the Misses Lela, Clara, Bernice, Betty, and Caroline Banwart, Delores Wuthrich, Darlen>3 Metzger, Mabel and Chrystal Schmidt, Melva Anliker, Carol and Lavonne Grimm, Mrs Phyllis Strahm, Mrs Anna Schmidt and Mrs Chrte Schmidt. Following a wedding trip the couple will be at home on a farm near Pulaski. Through the Wetland Canal "boats can go uphill to Lake Erie or down hill to Lake Ontario. FOR SALE — FILES, NEW, steel, letter sizes, two, three and four drawer, with or'without locks, suspension type, high quality — and reasonable. Ready for immediately delivery. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. office supply dept., Algona. tfn IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPIACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA Friday, Oct. 22 2nd Heat of Old Time Wall* Contest Iowa Corn Huskers Saturday, Oct. 23 Bargain Night CHUCK FOSTER and Mis Orchestra Adm. 1.21, plus tax, tot'l. 1.35 Wednesday, Oct. ^7 Hard Times 'Teen Age Dance JULES HERMAN Sunday, Oct. 31 JULES HERMAN matching base available. Model SlBlSl LOWEST PRICE EVER for full-sized 21" Hoffman. Modern limed oak finish, plus natural-toned EaSy-Vision Lens, new Gamma 3 Chassis for longer life. Now Is the Time to Buy This 21"— Huffman EASY-VISION' television matching hone available. Model iMl53 LOWEST PRICE EVER for full-sized 21" Huffman. Rich mahogany finish cabinet plus natural' toned Easy-Vision Lens, Gamma 3 Chassis for longer life. GENE'S Radio & TV THESE Phone 215-W Algona Brand-New Fiesh Stock In At Bradley Bios. 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