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Algona, Iowa
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SQUARE " DANCING Amateur and Teenagers Nile AT HAND'S PARK WED,, DEC. 1 Rehearsing al dancers , Admission 50o Special square dance lunch SOc ( * "• • WED., DEC. 8 Adults and Professional NiieJLike on TV) » SMORGASBORD Ev6ry Sunday Including soft, sweet music and singing. Plan a party, large or small, and stay for the evening. GAY PA REE FAIRMONT, MINN, Rollin Studer, Wesley, Weds November 22 ' Wesley — Many relatives and friends attended the wedding of Rollin Studer, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Studer and Marine Klocke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Klocke of Thompson Monday morning, Nov 22 at St. Patrick Catholic church in Bufalo Center. 'The bride was attended by her sisters Rita and Sharon Klocke, Barbara Newman was flower girl, Charles Klocke was ring bearer and the bridegroom's brother, Leonard Studer was best man. A wedding dinner for the bridal party and their "parents was served .at the Forester hotel in Forest City and the reception for 100 friends and relatives was held at the parTsh hall in Buf- fato Center. The 1 young couple will live on the J. P. Studer farm and continue to farm the land. To Sing In Messiah . Lorraine Bleich, freshman at Drake University, Des Moines, majoring in voice and music education, will be part of the 70 voice university choir which will join 500 other'singers from Drake in the Des Moines area to present Handel's Christmas Oratorio, "The Messiah", December 12 in Read The Want Ads-It Pays! Saves Time! Saves Money! I > Nothing beats ROTO-ROOTER strike ft, cleaning clogged sewers. i No needless delajrs or cosily replieeMUf of sewer pipe. > No Inconvenience (or lick of plunking fr cllllles, • A NATIONAL. 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Give A Zenith Hearing Aid CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATE Which Entitles Recipient To A Hearing Aid Carefully Fitted and Adjusted Clayton Rusk the K.R.N.T. Theater in Des Moines, Kirk Hayes of Algona is also a member of the choir. Lorraine is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Bleichl 3 Grand Openings Mrs Selma Alne held a 1 grand opening of her beauty shop in their newly-erected. buUdlng on Main street Saturday, Nov. 27. Several free prizes were given in,the drawing. Lawrence Strand, operate? of the Viking Oil station at the west edge of Wesley held his opening Saturday. Free prizes were given to registrants. v The Lickteig drug store held its grand opening in their new location in the Al Loebig building Tuesday, _ Nov. 23. Winners in the drawing were Cathie Girres, Rose Marie Matz and Mrs Edna Flom. ' Thanksgiving Day guests at the Gayle Mi Stuaer home were Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and two children of Clarion, Mr and Mrs bud Hauptman and four children oi Bancroft, .Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and two children and Mrs Viola S.tuder of Wesley. 'Mr and Mrs .Stan Johnson and children spent Thanksgiving Day at the home-of-his parents, Mr and Mrs V. O. Johnson at Albert City. Mr and Mrs Bruce Cranston and four children spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Story City. . The American Legion Auxiliary will not hold its regular meeting on Thursday evening, Dec. 2. They will hold their annual Christmas party Thursday evening, Dec. 9 with a pot luck lunch served at 7 o'clock. They will have a 50 cent gift exchange. Rodney and DeEtta Hall, Mrs Carl -Johnson, Mrs Eunice Nelson and Mrs Olive Erdman visited Paul Friberg, at the Curtis Nursing home in Burt Tuesday afternoon. Carl Johnson and Charley Price visited him that evening. Paul is now confined to his bed. Mrs Ida Funnemark is chairman of the T.B. sales in Wesley this year. Minnie Frimml is chairman in Wesley township and Mrs August Studer in Prairie township. Mr and Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter had as their, Thanksgiving day guests Mr and 'Mrs J. D. Lowe of Algona and' Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter and son Wayne of Des Moines. How-To-Ideas by Dick Carpenter AMP Storage Rack Under Stairs Wasted space under a basement stairs can be converted to valuable storage space for canned fruit and similar things, by installing two or more shelves of hardboard as shown. First, the underside .of the steps is enclosed with a panel of hardboard, nailing it to the edges < of the two stair stringers. Next, two 1x2 posts are added from floor to ceiling, the upper ends being cut at an angle and nailed to the edges of the stringers flush with the outside. Supporting cleats of 1 x 2 for the hardboard shelves are nailed to the posts and stair stringers and then the hardboard shelves are cut to fit by notching the corners at the posts and nailing the hardboard to the top edges of the cleats. If desired, the whole affair can be enclosed with hardboard and a door added to the front. You Can Get Materials For Making the Above Item at F. S. NORTON & SON Mr and Mrs Harold Luken of Minneapolis, Minn, brougnt his ffiottter, Mrs Jennie Luken home Sunday; JNoy. 21 following her three weed's 'visit tnere. Mr and Mrs Mark Studer and family were d:'M Thanksgiving iJay dinner guests at me tiaivov jf'iom home. A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs Joe Kelly of Gillette Grove Saturday, iNov. 20 at Uie spencer hospital. Mrs Kelly is the former i\orine Smith, daughter -of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Smith, where the other • Kelly child Kathy almost 2 years aid spent last week. Mr Keiiy is vocational agriculture teacner at Gillette Grove. Guests at the John Hildman homev bimday wov. M were Mi and tors AH Hildman and son Jim of JJes Moines; 'MI- and Mrs. Hudy.Hildman ana son LiUke 01 wesiey and Mrs Peter Hubert, l<;stner aria belores of AJgona. me Alt' nildrndn lamuy vjsitea at vne Kuay HUaman nume that evening, ivlr and Mrs Wiitreu BecKer and lamuy were Sunday evening, caiiers ai waarnans. Mr and Mrs, R. E. Newbrough and daughters'spent several days over the holiday weekend at tne parental, J. J. Anderson home at Agenda, Kansas. jvu 1 anu ivirs Jack' Vitzthum were Tnanks'giving day guests at ine parental, xt. d. weip nome at £»anerou. i'he lamiiy gathering wt>s a surprise tor Mr and Mrs Weip in ooservance 01 their tutn weuaing anniversary. All ol their children and their families attended except one daughter, Mrs Kenneth V/ucox and husband wno recently moved to Florida. ( Mr and Mrs Lon. Gouge had as Thanksgiving uay guests then- two daughters: Mr and Mrs Clarence PtaceK and three daughters of Ksiherviiie and Mr' and Mrs Wilfred Becker and family of vVesiey. Mrs Roland Waldschmidt and children oi Spencer spent several days over the holiday weekend at tne parental, .ben tj. burner home. Mr and Mrs Al Loebig and two children were Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs Loebig's parents, Mr and Mrs -Jjphn. shedda and family at Chelsea. Al returned home that evening and the family stayed till Sunday when he went down to get them. Cheryll'Meurer, n. N. ot Denver, Colo, spent severa days over the holiday weekend at the parental, J. T. Meurer home. J. P. Studer, Edward L. Johnson, Cecil Nail of Corwith and Henry Salisbury of Burt attended an oil meeting and banquet at Waterloo, "Tuesday, Nov. 2.J. Thanksgiving Day , guests at the Joe Goetz were IVjtrs Goetz mother, Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean and Mr and Mrs Larry jGrandgenett. "Mr and Mrs L. Lease had as their 'Thanksgiving Day guests their son Loren of Mason City ,and Mr and Mrs Ted Larson oi Algona. ' . Mrs Helen Johnson and Joe had as their Thanksgiving Day dinner guests Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton, Mr and Mrs Edward L. Johnson and son and Mr and Mrs George Goetz and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Brooks and children of St. Paul spent several days over the holiday weekend at the Don Kraus home. Rickie Kraus was honored at a birthday party Friday afternoon. He was 8 years old Saturday, Nov. 27. Thanksgiving Day guests at the George Cink's were Mr and Mrs Louis Wingert and family of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert. Mrs Lucy Brabec of Fort Dodge spent Thanksgiving Day with Frimml relatives. Mr and Mrs J. J. Jaegar of West Point, Neb. spent the Nov. 21 weekend with their' daughter, Mrs J. L. Walker and family. Mr and Mrs Bill Foth' and two children of Algona we're Thanksgiving Day guests at the Myrwin Dimond home. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Myrwin Dimond home were Mr and Mrs Guy Dimond, Mr and' Mrs Howard Sparks and family of Burt gnd Mr and Mrs Arvin Friedow and family of ,Britt. Mrs Martin Hamilton returned home Monday Nov. 22 from a week visit with her sister, Mrs Ed Thissen and family at Waterloo. Martin drove down on Saturday. Mr and Mrs R. O. Bauer had as their Thanksgiving Day guests MORE LEISURE TIME With Sun- Shine. Vertical No mojo dry cleaning bills, endless Ironing, fading draperies. The Sunshade Vertical drape replace* all 3 — drape*, curtains, blinds, with one simple, beautiful functional unit. Choice of over 30 decorator colors 7 in fabric or plastic. BiECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 779 Acros$ St. from Algona Theatre HOSPITALS^ Nov. 17—Mrs* Lowell Samp, Al» gona, boy, 7 Ib. 6 oz.; Charlenu LaBarre, Algona. accfdent; Mrs Anna Capesius, Algona; medical. Nov. 16 — Mrs Henry Lappe, Bancroft, medical. \ Nov. IT—Mrs Kenneth Johnson, Cylinder, girl, 8 Ib.- 4 oi.; Mrs Don Bennett, LuVerne, maternity; William Gustin, Algona, medical; Henry Helmers, Algona, medical (expired); Mrs Everett Sparks, Algona, medical; Mrs Francis -Sheirbon, West Bend, boy, 6 Ib. 9 ox.; Mrs George McVay, Algona, medical; Mrs May: me Sheridan, Bancroft, medical. Nov. 18—Vaughn Hoover, Algona, accident; Mrs Kenneth Sarchet, Burt,, medical; Richard Klein, Algona, medical. Nov, 19—William F. Kern, Algona, accident; Lowell Lenz, Algona, medical; Mrs George An- Jiker, Rutland, maternity. Nov. 20 — Albert Turnbaugh, Algona, 'medical (expired); Mrs Geo. Balluff, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 10 oz.; Phyllis Kain, Algona, T&A; Mrs Ronald Fraser, Cylinder, boy, 6 Ib. 15 oz.; Mrs Neva Ollom. Burt, accident. Nov. 21—Mrs George Anliker, Rutland, girl, 7 Ib. 15 oz. Nov. 22—Mrs John Schnakenberg, Irvington, medical. Mr and Mrs George Wellik and five children of Britt; Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer and two children of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Will Hrubes and four children, Mr and Mrs John Bauer and four children of Wesley, Bill Bauer of Whittemore and Marlene Bauer of Iowa City. The.Catholic Missionary Society and the C. D. of A. will meet Wednesday December 1. Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich and family had as their Thanksgiving Day guests Mr and Mrs Jack Kutchara and daughter of St. Benedict and Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly. : Mrs Leo Bleich and Lorraine of Des Moines spent 'the holiday weekend here at their home. Mr and Mrs Franklin Fox had as their Thanksgiving Day guests Mr and Mrs Fred Baade of Titonka; Mr and Mrs Francis Anderson of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs .Bill Baade and Douglas of West Bend. Mrs T'illie Loebig went to Chiqago, Illinois Saturday evening, Nov. 20 to spend two weeks at the home of her daughter Alvina and family.''"' Mr and tytrs Vee Mullin spent Thanksgiving Day at the Th'ayer Mullin home in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ed Lee of Haywood, Calif, visited her sister, Mrs Julius Matz and family recently. . They had come to attend funeral services for Mrs Lee's father, Robert Lee, 82, at Corwith Wednesday. Guests at the Julius Matz home Sur\day, Nov. 21 were Mr j and, Mrs Curtis Anderson and '> two daughters and Mr and Mrs Charles Kelch and two children all of Clarion and Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier of Algona. The Charles Kelch family were Thanksgiving day guests at the >Matz home. Birthday Party At Whittemore Honors Sisters Whiltomore—A number of relatives gathered at the Ernie Meyer home to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs Ernie Meyer and Mrs Herbert Potratz, Friday evening The women are twin sisters. The evening was spent playing 500 Mrs Herbert Potratz wmnint high, Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, low, Delbert Wichtendahl, travel and Arthur Heidenwith, chaii prize. The guests included Mr and Mrs Herbert Potrutz ana sons, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debru, Mrs Ruth Schultz and daughter Janice, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Ka> Frances, and Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl. A lunch was servec later in the evening. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe, Mrs Pearl Hanson, and Mr and Mrt Herman Voigt of here and Wanda. Hanson of Spencer attended tht funeral of Mrs Melia Watnem at Ottosen Friday afternoon. Mrs Watnem was the mother of Mrs Hanson and grandmother of Mrs Espe and Miss Hanson. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son EUon Rae, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debra, Mrs Ruth Schultz and daughter Janice were Thanksgiving day dinner guests with Mr ana Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl. A number of relatives from Whittemore attended the funeral of Carl Buth of Albert Lea last week Saturday. They included Mrs Carl Ostwald, Henry Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Martin Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Ronald Ostwald, Mr and Mrs L. H. Wehrs- pann, Mr and Mrs Gustav Bern- mgnaus, Mr and • Mrs Theodore Meier, Mrs Thomas Dunphy, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade. Mr Buth was a brother-in-law ot Henry Reinhold and Martin Ostwald. Mrs Buth, sister of the latter three men, passed away about two months ago. Mr and Mrs Loras Crawford and son Dean of Minneapolis spent the weekend here with relatives in Algona. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce were Thanksgiving Day guests at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs Jerry McKean in Algona. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances and sons Danny and Ralph, and Eunice Maahs, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the homo of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker in Albert Lea. Minn. Paul Potratz moved his family and household to the Mary Keene home last week Sunday in the south part of town, Mr and Mrs Frank Pickarski moved last week in the apartments over the Gengler Pool hall, Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker moved from their apartment over the Westend Tavern Friday to the Pickarski home which the Kuecker's recently bought. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl moved into the Schuller house in the west part of town Sunday. Mr Wichtendahl is employed at Butch's D-X service station. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe entertained a number of their relatives at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. Present were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here. Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt and Rosella Voigt of Algona, Wanda Hanson of Spencer, Mr .and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Burt and Mrs Pearl Hanson of Whittemore. Students from Loras college at Dubuque who spent their Thanksgiving vacation with their respective parents nre James and Jack Geelan, John Duffy, Arrriand Elbert, Louis Kollasch, Mark Kollasch, Clete Besch and Charles Bormann. DIES Ogden lost its oldest resident Nov. 10. She was Mrs Frances Pfaff, who had reached her 100th birthday last September. IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACl The CLEAR LAKE , IOWA Friday, Dec. 3 KENNY HOFER and His Midwesterners Saturday, Dec. 4 JULES HERMAN and orchestra . Friday, Dec. 10 Booths will be available. For New Years Eve All To Be Paid On Or Before Xmas Night Kay Marshall. Lance Rutledge, Jean Robinson, Linda Hunt, Ed* die Weishaar and Nancy Elmftre. Many more people get on in the world than up in it., Tuesday, November 30, 1954 Algona (la.) 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