The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1954 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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L H. Wehrspans WediS Years Whiifempre—Mr and 'Mrs L. H. Wehrsparin Celebrated .their ; 36th wedding ahfliv&feary'Friday e\>en- ing. Present wgifs ,Mr and' Mrs Wi ham Ostwald and family, Mr and Mrs Willis Struecker, Mr and Mrs Herbert Schmitt and son Marvin, Mr and Mrs Melvtri Lauck and Alice Struecker of Whitternore, Mr and Mrs Eugene Elbert and family of Fairfax, Minn., Mr and Mrs Gustav Berninghaus of West Bend and Mi* and Mrs Timothy Klein'of Hodman. .Mrs Frank Schumacher retttA- ed home from Clark, S. D., Where and Jeep-Ditching Contact PHONE 1313 1403 E. Locust St., Algona, la. MINERAL MINERAL MEAT MEAL IS GREAT x FOR HOGS ON OATS 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag . . . All At One Low .Price FEED SARGENT FEED Full Line of Sargent Feed; Also At ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. DODGE DESOTO • CHRYSLER • PLYMOUTH • IMPERIAL done it. . . Better Wait! coming Nov. 17 she spent, the past two weeks Visiting at the home of her daughter 1 and family, Mr and Mrs B. ShermanV She accompanied he;r son Herftvan Schupiacher,' Who spent a i wee'k here visiting <• with his parents and other relatives. He also Visited at the Sherman home and enjoyed a week of duck hunting at" Clark. Herman is employed at Sioux Falls.'. .-_''• . - • .Ruth Braatz~of Clarinda and .Carmen Bqde of, Yofktowii; and Mrs Louis Braatz of here- \vsre Thursday evening visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith. hfime. . Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Garner visited With relatives here • iS'unday. . Mr and Mrs George Frost arid daughter and Miss Ruth Bell of Estherville visited at the parental hbme of Mr at\d Mrs Elmer F. Bell home Sunday. Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mrs Elmer Ostwald and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl accompanied Arthur Heidenwith to Fort Dodge Friday where Mrs Rosendahl went for a checkup .following her surgery two weeks-ago. Others who were, at Fort Dodge from Whittemore were Mrs Vern Bormann with their daughter Mrs Leonard Elbert Mrs Simon Elbert, and Mrs Francis Fandel. Delbert Wichtendahl is the new service man at Butch's D-X service station. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl arrived here at the home of Mrs. Wichtendahl's parents .Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer last week. Mr- Wichtendahl received his dis*' charge-from the-'army at Fort Sill,'Okla:,'two; Weeks' ago. They r.vil make their home in Whitte. : more. / Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith left early Saturday .morning to attend the funeral of Mrs Paul Schneider in Ortonville, . Minn. Mrs Schneider is an aunt of Mr Heidenwith,'and Was the former Martha Vigdal and a sister of Charles Vigdal in Algona. She is survived by her husband and nine children, two brothers and one h|lf -sister. Mrs\R}chard Potrajz entertained at her home Fiid&y 'after'ridon Mrs ;Hi W. Behnke, Mrfe -.Erwiii Sierris,' Mrs Adelia Meyer and Mrs Fred Bierstedt. . Evening callers were Mr'ahd'Mrs Herbert P6tr"atz- and sons -"of- here; Mr and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and family, Mr and Mrs Alvin .Potratz and family of 'Lotts Creek; ME, .and Mrs John Hopkiris.arid prnjly(of Algona and Mr 1 . £ri"d Mrs Ma 1 * B£$t of Algona. Mr-and Mrs'O: Hi Robpe'c'ele 1 -' brated their birthdays Wednesday, Nov. 27 at their home here. They received many cards and their family-' alsov helped them celebratecUthfeleVefit. Mr tRo.upe was; born 1 Oet: 27 1871 in Jdhrfson County" and came: fo this 54»in%- nity- as a small boy. He is -'the only survivor of >a family' o£ 10 children. Mrs Roupe was born Nov. 10, 1878, and was the former Nora Crawford, daughter of the late Mr<.and,Mrs Nelson Crawford and is th^ only surviving niember of fa faniUvj^f five.; She; :jyas< : tiorh on th4 Crawford larirj northeast : of' here. '.Mr and ;Mrs Roupe celebrated their golden wedding .anniversary Feb. 2CL 1951. Titonka Savings Bank Remodels Titonka—The Titonka Savings Bank is remodeling its building, which was .the old Earl <1Stolt building. The front has,, been completely torn out and a new modernized front,, will be put in its place. The front will- be" made of Roman Brick at the'Bot- tom and Thermopane glass will be used for the top and also a glass door. There will be a canopy extending over the : front three feet, of ribbed aluminum sheet metal facing. The interior will be a complete new set of modernized fixtures. There will be additional safe deposit boxes as well as a additional vault. Part of the old building will still be retained with the front end of the bjuild- ing being available ,fpr another purposes. ' r . DOUBLE Howard Randolph of Guthrie Center aimed his rifle at a deer in the Umcompadre National Forest, in Colorado—and bagged two animals with one shot. .lie didn't know .the second deer was in his sights until he fpund botiv of them on the ground. The r deer were running,- side by-side, Patterson Home At Burt Sold To Bruce Grahams Burl— Mr and Mrs Bruce Graham have purchased the house of Mrs Elizabeth Patterson which has been occupied the la/t 12 years by the Carl Reynolds. The Graham$ will rent the upstairs apartment to Mr and Mrs Gordon Gifford who have been living there", and Mr and Mrs Janssen will rrtoVe into the 1 house vacated by the Grahams. Mrs Janssen is a daughter at Rev and Mrs Nelson; ' Greet New Arrival ^ Mrs Jdhn Miller and baby spe.nt last week with the Robert Lewis farrtily helping care for the baby born to Mr arid Mrs Lewis, Oct. 24. DiAnn and 'Donna • •M)llei> stayed With Mr and Mrs Batt. | j '. I ( t Birthday Circle The Birthday Circle met with Stella Geesman Thursday afternoon. Eleven members Were present and guests were Elizabeth Patterson, Lillian Stangel, Jenny Riebhoff, Mrs Hamstreet and Mrs Ed Smith and Jill, Vickie Schrader and Clara VanSteenberge. The officers elected for the coming year were Buela Batt, president: <irma .Doege, Vice president; ana Jessie Rash, secretary --treasurer. Next meeting Will 'be 'with .Bertha " 82nd Birthday Clayton Moore ' of Iowa City was accompanied to Burt by his brother Herbert P. Moore of Oklahoma City, Okla., and they spent a few days with their parents Mr and Mrs Paul Moore. Paul Moore observed his 82nd birthday anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 26 and these were dinner guests, at this home that evening:. MJ; and Mrs Leonard ^ch- midt atujl^aula and Mrs Witwicki df Al jto'nai $ Clayton Moore and Herbert*. Mjoore* and Mr and Mrs B.J-E. Moorev The Homemaking girls were pleased -.with .the results of 1/heir candy sales" the evenings of. the Minstrel Show at the school. Funds will be used for dishes for that department. ' ' rMr ; aX<$ 4frs Glenn Grouse and fcmldrerif oijFort Dodge and Mrs LawreAc'e" Hoover of Otho spent Thursday • <at the« C. M. Gross home. Mrs Grouse is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Gross. ; - ' Mrs Wm. F. Batt was- a dinner guest Saturday at the Russell Cole home hear Algona. 4 Tttj^t.*.-:Jfrhn's Lutheran Aid •wf ftf meet '.Thursday afternoon, Nov.' tt' with' Mrs Carl Reynolds and, Mrs Louis Riedel as .hostesses.' Market feaSket committee this 1 month will be Mrs Fred Lavrenz, Mrs Roland Lavrenz, Mrs Riphard Lavrenz, Mrs Wm. Madsejni Sr •$ and Mrs Lyle Marlow. , ,' ' 3 \ i f" Huth ! Hasse drove to Cedar E^Us; jFriday 'and brought her sister "Esther Hasse and Ar,la Moore home for the weekend. Other young people from away attending the Minstrel Show at the High School Friday evening were Sheila Rachut, Glenda Black, Warren Rentz, Robert Fairbanks and Russell Christen- ,sen. . Mr and- Mrs Ray Miller and children of Titonka spent Sunday afternoon ; \yith the Walter Ste- wai;ds. : Fenton Forwards Install Officers Fenton Forward 4-H club. met Monday evening ot last week with JoAnn and Nancy Siinde. Installation of officers was held: president, Alvina Miller; vice president, Janet Theesfield; secretary and reporter, Joyce Voigt; treasurer, JoAnn Sunde; and historian, Judy Juhl. Mrs Arrio Juhl will be the new leader' for the coming club year with Mrs Paul Voigt, assistant leader. Sunday .afternoon guests in the Frank Mueller home were Mr and Mrs Max Hjatt and family of Burt, Mrs Clifford Douglas and girls, Lois and Peggy Voigt and Mrs M.erle Voigt and girls. Supper guests were Mrs Voigt and girls and the Hiatt fainily. MORE LEISURE TIME With Sun- Shine Vertical DRAPES No more dry cleaning bills, endless ironing, fading draperies. The Sunshade Vertical drape replace! all 3 — drapes, curtains, blinds, with one simple, beautiful functional unit. Choice of over 30 decorator colors in fabric or plastic. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778 Across St. from Algona Theatre Fenton Group At Youth Rally Fenlon -» The Armstrong sub* district Methodist Youth fellowship Rally was ,held in the. Methodist Church at Huntington • oh Sunday, Oct. 31. There were 103 youths'in attendance. . Following the 6 o'clock lunch riour three youths led in a discussion period. Those attending from the Fellton Methodist Youth Fellowship were: Adrian Arbogast, Marian 3eavers, Janet Behne, Robert Crouch, Jea'nne England, Alan rlelland, Sharon Klein< Larry Menz, Roger Menz, Ruth Miller, .Tack Munch, Beth Ann Newel, Lucia Prohaskn, Evalon Schlej, Janice S'tqeber, Richard Stucki, Ivan Weisbrod, Pamela Weisbrod, Lois Voigt, Rev and Mrs Callahan and Mrs Earl Crouch. Adults taking cars were Mrs Earl Crouch, Mr 1 and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Mr and Mrs Stucki. Announcements have been re* ceived of the birth of a daughter Oct. 17 to Mr and Mrs Harold KfiOOpf at Lake Wapello. Mr and Mrs Knoopf lived here a few years ago where he was custodian at Ambrose Call park. He has a similar position at ; Lake Wapello. ___,__' The Seven Wonders of the World were all created by man". 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