The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1955 · Page 15
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% , . Honor Corwith Girl Fpk 5 With Shower At LuVerne LuVerne—Mrs Dean Ramus of Des Moines, tHfe former Maxlne .Fleming of Corwith was honored wim a post-nuptial 'shower in the rooms of the Methodist Church Saturday afternoon, Feb. Rooms and gift table and refreshments were, in the bride's chosen colors of red and white. Twenty-eight guests shared the courtesy. A program was given with ac- 5. cordion numbers by Jane Darby, "Have I- Told You Lately," "1 Love You 1 '; vocal duets "Whether Thou Goest" and "Melody of Love" by Joan and Jean Johnson accompanied by Joyce Phillips Assisting Mrs Ramus in opening and registration of gifts were her sister Jean Fleming, Jane Darby and Joyce Phillips. 'Hosiesses serving refreshments Were Miss Nancy Ramus, Mrs Allen Darby and Mrs Paul Phil- TUBEROUS The most popular Md handsomest of all summer flowers. In gorgeous colors of Bed — Pink — Whlt« — Salmon — orange — Yellow. Imported direct from Belgium, we offer you the finest doutle flowering camellia type, the world's finest strain for potting tn your homo for early blooming. Guaranteed first duality. Select and check above colors wanted. Three for Sl.OO, Six for $2.00. Twelve for S4.00- Order today. See ns for other bulbs you are Interested In for spring planting. Come early while colors are available. GIFT ORDERS—Sent Direct to Your Friends ROVN' VARIETY lips. • Mrs. Shirk Hostess Mrs Hugh Shirk was hostess ;o the J, J-. Club members in her lome Friday afternoon.. Flag Etiquette was the topic for discussion in charge of Mrs Herman Schulz. A social hour was enjoyed fpl- lowing the regular'business 1 . Anniversary Dinner Mr and Mrs John A Ramus, her mother Mrs Cecilc Wermer- sen Sioux Falls, S. D., their guest had a dinner party in Ft, Dodge Wednesday evening, Feb 2. The occasion was in honor of the silver wedding anniver- sary'of Mr and Mrs Ramus. Goes To LeMars Hulda Fritzemeier left the firs' of the week for LeMars to visi in the home of her sister Dr. am Mrs Carl D. Lang and family. She- will be spohsor'at the 1 biiptisTna, rites for Judith Marilyn Lang The-Fritzemeier family home Wil be occupied by Mr and Mrs Roy Frank who moved 'there the firs "of'ithe week.-, . '..! . "'? Mr and Mrs Donald Clark, 'son Ronald and daughter Linda spent the weekend visiting; their parents in Jamaica. Mrs Frank Gronbaeh has returned home from Sioux City •where she spent the past two weeks. • . Mrs James Mallory, accompart- ed by her parents Mr and Mrs Toe Madden of Fenton spent Wednesday and Thursday in Des VIoines visiting in the Mr and Mrs Howard Boyer and Mr and Mrs R. L. Fisher homes. Mr and Mrs J. A. Nelsfen spent he weekend in Des' Moines in .he home of their daughter and 'amily Mr and Mrs George Schwartz. Also a guest in the Schwartz home was Norton Nelson of Hollywood, % Qalif., son of Mr and Mrs J. A. Nelson who was returning from a business trip >ast and was enroute homie. Mr and Mrs Delaine Blumer and • sons, moved from the tenan' house on the Peter Blumer. farn to a farm near Bradgate wherr they have employment. Gail Stoddard of Offut Field Omaha, Neb. spent, the weekenc in the home of his mother Mr Marie Stoddard with his.wife an children Julia 'and Jerald., • Richard Johnson, employed i Omaha, Neb., spent th<i weekend n the home of his parents Mr md Mrs George Johnson and win sisters Jean and Joan. Mr and Mrs Earl Janssen, accompanied by his brother Mr anrt Mrs .Wilbur Janssen of Emmets- jurg are on a vacation trip to the west coast, Mrs Fay Harmon is caring for the Janssen children. Mr,',and Mrs Andrew Nielsen visited their friends Mr and Mrs Henry, Thompson near Cylinder. * Mr 1 and Mrs Charles Sorensen and childre'n of Corwith visited Surlday afternoon .at the home of her brother Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus and Sheri. Lee Renneger of Woden was a Sunday evening visitor iri the home of friends-Mr and Mrs Andrew -Nielsen; Mr and Mrs Earl Legler, Ruth Ann and Bobby of Algona visited Sunday afternoon with his brother Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Legler and sons. • ' Mr and Mrs James Mallory visited Sunday in Mankato, Minn, in the horne of Mr and Mrs Martin Jensen. Mr and Mrs Donald Behnkendorf and son of Bancroft were Sunday evening visitors in the home of his aunt Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen :f '»»•-. I J '-J TV/T.4M callers were Mr and Mrs filmer Ruhnke arid family of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Oohald. Hurlburt of Penton. Danny Rosendahl was confined to his bed the past week suffering with an infected tooth. Mrs Harold Zimmerman is* confined to her home with a siege 6f hepatitis. Daniel Foley and daughter Mary Beth left Thursday flight for Detroit, Mich., where they will visit two weeks with 1 Mt Foley's sisters, Mr and Mrs James McCreary, and Sister Mary Cecelia. . «• Mrs Daniel Foley will hold open house Moriday, Feb. 14, in honor 1 of her mother Eisele, on her Mrs 88th Elizabeth birthday. Open house will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. i Mr and Mrs Roscoe Fuoss moved to the home farm Sunday Which was farmed by the two Fuoss boys Glenn- and Walter Fuoss. The Guy Harmons moved to the farm vacated by Roscoe Fuoss. James Butler left for Chicago. Friday, where he will visit his Larry Obreeht Wins Scholarship Larry Obreeht, a senior at Algona High School, received the top award, a $400 four-year scholarship to Buena Vista College, following his selection as the outstanding speaker at the fifth annual high school invitational speech conference at St'orm Lake last week.' Over 150 students and coaches attended the one-day event, sponsored by Pi Kappa Delta, .national honorary forensic society. Sixteen schools entered the' speech festival, including Algona, Cherokee, Estheville, Fort Dodge, Spencer, Storm Lake and Webster City. • / Other students receiving certificates for superior and excellent ratings were: Superior—Cheryl VanderWaal, Tom Hutchison and Donna Shierk; Excellent—Barbara Bourne (2), Dick Viportd (2), Ailene Quaday (2), Cheryl Van- derWaal, Adele Herbst, Tom Hutchison, David Phillips and Joe Troutman. Recent dinner guests at the Ted Underberg in honor of Wai- ace's birthday which was Feb. i were Mr and Mrs Orlin Olson, of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs lenry Anderson, Mr and Mrs -•awrence Anderson and Julie Ann, Mr and Mrs Leonard Anderson and Pamela all of Duncombe and Mr and Mrs Henry Olson and Doris. - and Mrs Louis Jacobson, Patty and Tommy were recent Sunday visitors at the home of the' letter's parents Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel. The children remained for the evening whilfi their parents accompanied Ralph .IlUJjCVV Alltia^**« '^. j' k ' , 'Mr : arid Mrs George Johnson Visited his sister Mrs Ethel Hutchinson and her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Miller in Mason City .Wednesday. :.''••• •••'••• >Jphn Schmidt took his -motner /Irs Emma Schmidt t6 Mason City riday for consultation with an ye specialist. .- ,.• Mr and Mrs A. J. Klooster f Algona were Saturday even- ng visitors in the Mr and Mrs .urtis Morgan home. ; . Mr,, and Mrs Curtis Morgan vere Sunday dinner guests in he 'home of his sister Mr and Vfrs Wayne Thomison in Eagle rI"OVG Mr and Mrs Fred Arndt, Mari- oeth and Freddie of Humboldt were • Wednesday evening vig- ors'irr.ther. home of Mr and Mrs Elmer 'Kubly' and sons. Mrsi Arndt is'a niece of Mrs Kubly. Mrs Arthur Maass was called o Cedar Falls by the serious llness. of her/aged mother Mrs jilliari Gink.' Guests Friday and Saturday in che home of Mr and Mrs Curtis Morgan were her sister .Mrs Esther Bishey and friend Curtis Means of Webster City, A Complete Selection of ' Excitingly •New and Different Gifts For Your Favorite Valentine! HARDWARE "The Hardware Store On The North Side of The Street" Alaska's easternmost point i. 600 miles west of San F.rancisco takes To Ditch To Avoid A WINNER! Maurice (Moe) Eischen Hits The "Jack-Pot" at Barry's Recreation «. t • ' . WKiitembre—To' avoid a col-, ision while leaving Fenton, last weBl? Saturday night Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer sustained cuts and jruises'i when Mr ,BaUer took the ditch rather than to<hit the other car Iwhp was coming out on -the lighway from a side street, Mr Jauer hit two mail boxes and was able to drive his car to Whittemore .which was damaged to the extent of $500. .The driver 1 of the other car,never stopped. Mr Bauer took his wife to St. Ann hospital for an examination.. At Brother's Riles Mrs'Catherine Origer and son Charles left last ' Monday , for Glen Haven, Wis. where thev attended the funeral of Frank Hess, a brother of Mrs Origer, which was held Thursday morning. Mr and Mrs Leo Wagner, of Remsen, and Mrs' Nick Mergen accompanied them to Glen Haven. Pink & plwe Shower** About 25 women attended the Pink and Blue shower for Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl at the Geo. Wichtendahl home Sunday afternoon. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs Sam Shipler, Mrs Leonard Baas, Mrs Katy Harms, -and Mrs Ernie Meyer. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldoh Rae, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl were Tuesday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Georgt Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and sons of Algon.-i also were evening callers. Ricky Lynn, infant -.son of Mr and Mrs Harlan, Vpudt, was baptized Sunday morning byUhe Rev P. G. Weinhold at St. Paul's Lu- leran church. Mrs Elmer Maahs nd Marcus Zumach were the ponsor's. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heiderl- ,vith and son Lyle were Wednes- ay evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Donald 'Hurlburt at Fenon. Mrs Donald Conrad and daugh- er Janet are visiting at the home f Mr and Mrs Leo Conrad at tfew Hampton. The latter are >arents of Donald Conrad who is n service in Germany. Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bend wera Friday evening sup- >er guest at the home of Mr and VIrs Ellsworth Heidenwith. Other daughter and husband Mr and Larry is the son of Mr and Mrs Mrs James J. Quinan. He will A E. Obreeht of Algona. then go on to California to visit _ relatives. \. . Texas A. arid M. College fur- Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker of nished more officers to the Army Whittemore and Mr?s Bessie Wai- j n World War II than did Wes' ker and brother'Arthur Locke of Point. Algona visited at the homes of Delbert and Harold Walker at Delavan, Minn. Tuesday. Wednesday. Arthur Locke left With the Minnesota folks for Rochester, where Mr Locke will go through the Mayo clinic. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz entertained at a dinner Sunday. Guests included Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz and son Martin 1 and Marvin Noble of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Loren Barker and family of Plover. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debra and Mrs Ruth Schultz. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and, son Paul, and Mr and Mrs Otto Bell spent the weekend at Sheldon with Mr and Mrs William Koehnecke and helped Mr Koeh- n^cke celebrate his birthday. Father James Fandel of Roswell, New Mexico spent last week here with his parents Mr and Mrs William Fandel Sr. He returned to New Mexico Sunday. Wednesday evening supper guests at the Herman- Behnke home were Mr and Mrs Reinharc Behnke "of Algona.and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. Other cal^ lers later in the evening were Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer ant son Eldon Lee and Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and son Kenneth The occasion was Susan Behnke' fourth birthday. Mr and Mrs Francis Foley en tertained their Pinochle Club a their home last. Tuesday nigh' Prizes were awarded to Mrs F NeWfi Thursday, February 10, 19S5 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molna»-7 Jacobson to Fort Dodge where they visited their twin daughters and also Mrs Riflph Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Irl Bell and Mr and Mrs Ray Betf of Bradgate and Mrs Ethel 'fuel of Manson attended funeral services for Mrs Maud Maybey of Coon Rapids. The deceased was a sister of Ray Bell. Mr and Mrs Irl Bell attended a dinner and meeting given by KGTV of Fort Dodge for elevator managers and their wives who have appeared on the program^ sponsored by the Farmers Co-op Elevators. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius moved Friday to their new. home in Ottosen. They have lived on the farm which they sold last fall northeast of Ottosen for 18 years. Mr and Mrs Eugene Bruellmati nnd family will live on the farm. Friends of the former Jean And Jacobson, now Mrs John B. Me- Shane' of Grenada Hills, California will be interested to know that she and her husband are the parents of a boy born Jan. 14. The baby weighed nine pounds two ounces and was named John B. McShane II. There are three girls in the family. The Wncousta Cubs met Thursday evening in the Commercial club. Donny Newton gave a talk on Wild Birds and Henry Meyer gave a talk on culling chickens. An area on the Ivan Evanson farm will be used for Wildlife. Trees will be ordered for spring plant- plant them. Lunch was served by Mrs Martin Meyer and Mrs Melvin Ellingson. New Concert Date The appearance of Kenneth Smith, bass-baritone, scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 23, at Emmetsburg, has been re-set for Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m., according to an announcement by Russ Ouster of the Kossuth Concert Association. Persons holding season tickets in the Kossuth Association can attend the concert by presenting their ticket at the door at Emmetsburg. During the recent cold wave, it Will Uvi Ul UtJl K.V.I -1UI <3Jk/Illl£j ^/ICIII l> J-/ HI 11 If^ niv- i. v.v.v-41 v v.u.<» ,.*-T ing. Members of the club will reached 23 below at Decorah. Pickarski, Walter Fandel, Mrs W Fandel Sr., Henry .Muellers-Mr Walter Fandel, Nick Reding am Ella Burke. Tyler, Texas, raises more than two-thirds of the- commercial ros< bushes grown in the Unite States. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Fur Clearance Sale The Elite Shop. JUST A FEW OF THE MANY, MANY VALUES IN OUR Sate of Sales! CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS 98' Monday, Feb. 14 Furs by Marshall & SWift ! ' ' • •*•''• Trusted for Finest Quality,' ( - \ '•.-<, Fashion, and Satisfaction! .-. ,..4 - v . . .. .••...<• . '• ,• i ' '•> i ; - ' Whatever price you w ; ant; to spend, you owe it to yourself.to Ipok at our complete fur collection! • . ' Marshall & Swift Exclusive at ; t The Elite Shop Men's Heavy CHORE MEN'S HEAVY CHORE GLOVES.* Regular 4Se value i w n E 29' MEN'S $20 SUEDE JACKETS. 5 colors! First quality) Every < jacket worfh .over, over $20! ..__ 4-BUCKLE DRESS SHOES. First quality OVER- 3.99 ENGINEER BOOTS. Regular $11.00 values — in all sizes 6 to 12— p A A a real bargain OiVV MEN'S ZIPPER OVERSHOES. All rubber 1st quality in all sizes 7 : t& 12 __ BOY'S B-9 PARKA COATS. Wool quilted linedl Full parka — a real bargain! Many coirs to O QC choose from WMWV Men's Colored TANK £-R JACKETS. Water repellent shell — knit collar .and cuffs. Heavy quilted lined. Famous Noraine Cloth. Blue, Green, Rust, O.D. __. I VflWIfl* 5.77 Men's $12 & $13 JACKETS Quilted roversibles. 2-tones in grey, blue and brown. Terrific Buys ^ Valentine Special! Men's 17-Jewel WRIST WATCHES. Waterproof - shockproof Guar, for 3 yrs. •JC' AC Limited quantity IVfiVW BOY'S SURCOAT Calo- sheen Garbardine — 3 /4 length warm wool quilting. Fur stand up collar. A Real $10 Value U tlVfllV*! • 7.66 WORK SHOES. Reg. Stock of $6.95 and $5.95 shoes, now Discontinued Stock Numbers. Sizes 6-12 All JACKET PRICES S.USUED Bargains , Galore i U-Save Plenty SURPLUS STORE Only Car at its Price*.. 1 day Eischen, check for $100.00 by Bill Borry, Jr. had the numbers when thty IN DISTRICT COUKT STATE OF IOWA :OSSUTH COUNTY ss No. 6858 February Term. 1955 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of .writing purporting o be the last Will and Testament of lenry Seller. Deceased, dated March 7, 1340, having been this day filed opened and read, Monday, the 21st o£ FsfcFuary, 1996. is fixed I'oi ng proof of same «t the Court louse in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of,sai4 County, or the „, - •-'- -,j daid' Court; and at ten o'clocl the day above mentioned al art hereby notified and re ,o apptar. and show cause, 1. any they have, why Instrument shoulc not be probatM and allowed as anc (or the lafct WiTT and Testament o said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 7 lltfj. Alma Pearson Seal Clerk of the District Com Lhwun "«4 Lynch, AHortxeys, Also* 1 ''' Iowa (PubUslil'd FeB. 10, 1858. in Th Uowa) Upper Des Moines). Whatever you want most in a car— beauty, size or performance—you get it in extra measure in a Pontiac. In fact, when you choose Pontiac the decision comes very easily—because Pontiac alone, at its price, gives you everything! For example, takp Pontiac's distinctive smartness. Certainly there is no question on this point. Pontiac is the one car that stands apart from all the others, If it's size and big-car sure-footedness you want—Pontiac's your car! Pontiac's long wheelbase—124 inches in the Star Chief, shown here, and 122 inches in the 860 and ,870 series—is the plus wheelbase that provides the roominess, the comfort, the satisfying road-hugging security that only a big car can supply. As for performance—once you get behind the wheel you have all the proof you need that Pontiac is way ahead in this department, too. Pontiac's spectacular performance starts with the most modern engine of all—the powerful new Strato- Streak V-8—specifically designed for Pontiac's all-new chassis to give you balanced SjjV'ou eon buy a bin, powerful Pontiac [or less than many moduli of the lowest-priced caral performance. That means smooth, eager getaway in traffic; power to spare on the open road; and even more of Ppntiac'a traditional economy, dependability and long life. All this acids up to a wonderful car and —with Pontiac's remarkably low price tag—a very wonderful buy. Come in soon and talk dollars and cents. If you're in the market for any new car, you'll discover you can easily afford all the pri4a and pleasure of a big, powerful, luxury- loaded Pontiac. WITH THE SENSATIONAL. SVRATO-STREAK i Algona/-Implement Company 1407 Commercial Street Algona, Iowa

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