The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1954 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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6*Alflorla (la.) Upper P§§ Moines Tuesday, November 1, 1*954 , • > ,- * Wed At Whittembre Just For Pun Card Club were guests of Mrs Earl Janssen Tuesday afternoon. At the play of 500, high !Mrs Stanley (Senrich, low, Mrs Harold travel Mrs Wayne Darlene Bell. Whiilemore, who became the bride of Wayne Bollinger of Fenton, Oct. 17, at St. Paul's Lutheran church is pictured above with the bridegroom in a' picture by Brown's Studio of jAlgona, taken shortly after the ceremony. They are now at home 'on a farm near Algona after their honeymoon trip. The complete (Wedding story was carried in a recent issue of the Algona Upper 'Des-Moines.'' . - - ..•••••'.••• 30 Scouts, Guests Take f * • N. A Hayride At LuVerne Lt»Yerne—The Boy Scouts and invited guests, thirty 'in all, enjoyed an old fashioned ride in a hay rack, with ' rack, drawn by a tractor, not horses as in old times, Friday evening. They Were chaperoned by Scout master James and Mrs Mallory assistant Scoutmaster Earl and Mrs Gron- ba'ch and comrnitteerrian Chairmen Jack and Mrs Roos 1 Concluding the ride, two Scout mothers, Mrs Carl Groh; and Mrs ^Robert Will served' welcome refreshments 'in the American Legion building. Eighth Birthday Cassandra Skbgma celebrated her eighth birthday with a party for her girl classmates Thursday after school at the home of her parents Dr and Mrs John M. Skogmo. . ' The gifts were opened followed by refreshments including the cake. Games were, then played. Her guests included Roxie DeNio. Jan Roos, Lynn Roos, Dawn Lindebak, Patti Harris, Bonnie Tobey, Lynn Hanselman, Lorrie Hanselman, Linda Northrop, Carol Reddel, arol Jean Ristau, Linda Ogard, Sharon Heinkel and Carol Hesse of Renwick. Birthday Club Hostess Mrs Jess Lindebak entertained the Birthday club at her home Friday evening, Oct. 22. Substitute players were Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., Mrs Edward Lindebak and Mrs Gilbert Rowen. Contract was in play at three tables with honors, Mrs Arthur Dimler, Mrs Duane Neal and Mrs S. R. Baker. Canasta 8 Party Canasta 8, met Monday evening in the home of Mrs Carl Groh with Mrs Jess Jergensen, Mrs Jack Roos, Mrs Cecil Baker and Mrs Adam Zweifel as guests. Three tables were in play with prizes, Mrs, Roos, Mrs S. R. Baker and Mrs Zweifel. | . " Card Club Met ! Our Many Thanks to all our friends who visited us during our grand opening celebration last Friday and Saturday. Your kind remarks and expressions of good will were sincerely appreciated. To the firms and persons who sent so many beautiful flowers, we would also like to express our thanks. The opening was much greater than we had expected. Thanks again for visiting us. We hope you will come back often. We like lookers as wall as buyers. HERE ARE THE WINNERS: l-MRS 2-MRS 3-MRS 4-MRS 5-MRS 6-MRS 7-MRS 8-MRS 9-MRS 10-MRS H. C. SNYDER, Algona Pair Rhythm Step Shoes A. A. SCHIPULL, LuVerne Pair Heel Huger Shoes CLIFF HAASE, Algona Pair Jacqueline Shoes WM. SCHRADER, Lone Rock Pair Connie Shoes HAROLD CAMPNEY, Burt Pair Daniel Green Slippers ROSE SCANIAN, Algona Pair Ball Bard Overshoes CLIFFORD ETHERINGTON, Algona Pair Goodrich Overshoes CECIL LONG, Algona 3 Pairs Shaleen Nylpn Hose WILLIS ETHERINGTON, Algona 2 Pairs Shaleen Nylon Hose EMIL EIMERS, Burt Pair Shaleen Nylon Hose Meyer Warmbier. Refreshments were served, club adjourning to meet with Mrs Gordon Gregory. Home Prom Hospital •Mrs Lester Quinn and new baby son Craig Alan have returned to their hbme from St. Ann hospital. The baby, weighing eight pounds and one and one half ounces, was born Friday, Oct. 22. They now have a family of one daughter and three sons. Mrs Pete Weydert of Ventura is here assisting in the Quinn home. Cassandra and.Kristan, young daughters of Dr and Mrs John M. Skogmo, attended a Halloween party at the Episcopal church in Algona Friday evening. Tuesday evening dinher guests in the home of Mr and Mrs John Stampka and family were Mr and Mrs Carl Reed and daughter of V/hittcmore. Mr and Mrs John Stampka and Mr and Mrs Carl Reed of Whittemore were visitors in ' Des Moines Sunday. Recent visitors in the Mr and Mrs Dennfs C.arroll home were former residents here, Ms and Mrs SrueeH Loewenstein, wesiey and Rolliri of Walnut and Mr and Mrs Robert Randall and Michael of Crystal Lake. 'Mr and',Mrs Hugh' Shirk and Sally were Friday evening dinner guests in the* home of Mr and Mrs P. J. Toft in .Royal. Leslie Struthers of Rolfe visit* ed Monday in the home of hia son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Howard Stoddard Duane, David and Denise. Mr and Mrs Emmett Knary went to Moline, Illinois to Visit their twin sons, Hector Knary, Mr and-Mrs Victor Knary, Curtis and Vicky. Miss Irene Wegner of Hermosa Beach has arrived to visit her father Richard Wegener until after the holidays. Mr and Mrs Allan Wilson and Jacqueline of Kansas City, Kan. have arrived to spend a two- week's vacation- in the home of her mother- .Mrs Eleanora Sus- tace. Mr and Mrs Forwald Michelson of Minneapolis, • visited Monday in the home of Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen, Alice Mae and Donald.r Mrs Michelson is a sister of Mr Jensen. , Nels Jensen is a p"atient in the hospital,,.Des Moines, having gone there Monady for examination., Milo Miller took him there, <' I Take Trail Ride In North Kdssufh, Off. 24 Swea & Eagle •-Forty Trail Riders, met here .Sunday, Oct. 24, with 23 of them from Estherville, and enjoyed a horseback ride from the-Art Kaltved farm.' After riding to Swea City and back, the riders were entertain*' ed with games at the Kaltved farm. Winners in the contest were: Kids musical chair, Dianne Brinkman and Georgia Higgens of Estherville and Jimmie Kalt- vad of 'Swea City; Men's musical chair. Jerry Schokerar, LeRoy Merriott and Eugene Paulson, all of Estherville; kids ballon race, Kerry Paulson, Jerry Schokerar and Jack Shirley, all,of Estherville; Men's ballon race, Dennis Lund, and Sob Kaltved of Swen City; girls pie-eating, contest, ;Lorett& Mlnb pf Swea City, and Kathy Meadows , and ^ean Hackett of Esthefvillej Ladies;; pleasure contest,' Donna BrrHkman,., Jean Haekett, and Ge'otgja • Higgins of ' Estherville; and Nancy Johnson of Swea City •and -in the men's and boys pleasure contest,' Jerome Brink' ma,n, Jack. Shirley, Don Hoffman and Tommy Merriott, all of "Estherville and Bob Kaltved of Swea, City. • Manor Recent Brick 'Mrs Keith Cousins, the former" Patricia Angle was honored at a .miscellaneous shower Saturday nigh't,\Oct, 23 at* the Methodist church fjarlor l/i S\yea City. A buffet; luncheon vvas served. Shower hbstesses were Mesdames Ro'y 'Valvick, Vern Anderson, Han's Peterson, and Dean Swanson./-. ' •-. •:•• ... ':. :'J J ,'. ' At Kennedy Rites i A large number Of friends and neighbors attended funeral services for. Edward M. Kennedy, son of Mr and Mrs Mike/Kennedy. _He had spent his youth here on-his parents farm, who recently moved to Armstrong. Surviving ar,e his parents Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy, and four sisters, .Mrs Leon Looft of Armstrong; Mrs Eugene Cantlon, O'Neill, Neb.; Mrs Margie. Chandler Of Estherville; and Sister Ifeah of St. Paul. Minn.; and four brothers, Donald on home farm, Robert and Wayne in Armstrfing and Gerald who attehds Iowa State College, Ame% Miss Elaine Marsh, pastor at Cherokee and Mrs Helen, S. Robertson of Des, Moines were over, nifcnt guests, Oct. 25 at the Emil Larson home. ' Mr and'Mrs Clayton-Roaison and sons of Redwood Falls, Minn, were lastrweekend guests at parental homes the Andrew Bergs and Ole Roalsons and .other relatives. . Mrs Glen Mifter 'and children were called to Dows by the death of the Me Glen Miller's mother. Mrs Jennie Miller. .Funeral services .were h'eld .Monday, Oct. 25. « r / ;•'. ;•' ' . . .;; ' Mr, and:Mrs Henry Swanson of St.'.Paul, Minn, were recent visitors at'the home 01 his brothers- Davids S. Anderson and E. Art Anderson, arid other relatives. Mr and Mrs David S.> Anderson left last Tuesday to spend the winter -in their .home in Orlando, Florida. ' Extension Office Evening Persons 'interested in "poultry house, requirements, remodeling, and construction are invited to 1 attend the .County Extension Poultry, evening, school Oct. 28 and November 4 at 8:0d p.m. at the County Extension Office. . K. J. McVic.ker and L. Z. Eggleton, extension poultry special-' 1st, Iowa State College 1 ,, will be in. charge' of the everting programs. •v* 1 ; ,, ; '••''" R. J. , McVicker will discuss housing and equipment for replacement stock.and equipment requirements of laying hens anct the 1 - Iowa Laying House and adaptation in remodeling. November^ laying house construction will be discussed by L. Z. Eggleton with assistance from • an ag engineer specialist, lumber dealers and Carpenters assisting. ' LARGEST The champion corn stalk in a recent Denison contest was grown by Byron Gordon, of Dow City. It measured 16 feet, 4'/fc inches. Monkeys are known to have considerable social instinct. SHOE STORE Announcing the with the 180-HP Strato-StreakV-8! STRATO-STREAK V-8 You'll get the lift of a lifetime when this all-new V-8 pours out its 180 horsepower. Every feature is new from the multiple jet carburetor to the advanced antiknock combustion chambers. Here's "out-front" performance that fills the miles with thrills- proved for outstanding depend* ability and economy by over 3,000,000 test miles! PANORAMIC BODY SHOCK-PROOF CHASSIS Take another look at that huge expanse of Safety Plate glass.., that new panoramic windshield ... the dream-car design of the front end . . . the smart cut of the car-length fenders. It's a masterpiece of modernity—this lower, roomier Body by Fisher —with interiors, color-keyed to the Vogue Two-Tone body hues, that lift luxury to a new plane! The '55 Pontiac chassis is a catalog of all that's new and best in advances. A heavier "X" frame for both the Chieftain and (Star Chief. Bigger brakes. Recirculating ball steering.Tube- less tires. Wider-spaced parallel rear springs. Vertical king pins. Here's every finest feature adding up to smoother ride, greater safety, extra driving easel THE ALL-NEW STAR CHlEf CUSTOM CATALINA It's here—the car that steps you straight into tomorrow—the mighty, future-fashioned Pontiac for 1955. And never have you seen a car so surely marked for stardom! With everything new except its great name and world-famed value . , . with' every part and feature presenting a bold advance, it is a new pace-setter for the industry-built to point the way to progress for years ahead. See this exciting new car this week end-new proof that dollar for-doUar you can't beat a Pontiac! A GENERAL MOTORS MASTERP/ECE-ALL-fJEW FROM THE GROUND UP Algona Implement Company 1407 Commercial Street Algona, Iowa

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