The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1955 · Page 8
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8-*Alflana (ttt.) Uppaf Pes Moines Thursday, May S, 1955 LuVerne Woman, 77, Guest Of Honor On Birthday By Mt» Fern Bigings " LuV6rne -^ Mrs Elsie Steussy was pleasantly surprised Sunday, noon When: she Was taken to the city hall and-upon entering was greeted by 50 guests. Earlier-in--< the week her sons. Rheinhold Steussy of Bat H, Maine, -Mr, and Mrs Everett Steussy of Richmond, Calif., and her daughter, Mrs Peter Goicoechea of Reno; Nevada, came in for the surprise; .Airs Steussy observed her 77th. birthday, April 30. The 'children made all ar- rangements'for the party which included r a courtesy also for Mother's 'Day, May -6. A dinner was served by Miss Emma Krause, Mrs Henry Kubly and Mrs Ed Wegener. A program, followed the dinner with Hulda Fritzemeier as toastmistress. Group singing wa. enjoyed accompanied .by Mrs Ray Stone. Mrs Charles Hanselman Sr., sister of Mrs Steussy gave a story on her sister's life which was unique, clever and very in teresting. Mrs Olla Godfrey played several old time violii. selections accompanied by hei daughter, Miss Rubye Godfrey. Mrs Phil C. Lichty gave some interesting stories about M r; Steussy. Mrs Steussy wore a pink carnation corsage. She received man> cards, gifts and flowers for the occasions. Out of town guests 1 includcr Mr and Mrs ' Arthur, Hahselmai and Phyllis, Clear Lake, Mr: Anna Jante, Garner, Mr and Mr: Raymond Johnson and children. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES i for mother on Mother's Day, May 8 A Few Suggestions To Help Ease , The Work of Mother! Sunbeam FRY PAN r [ vNbw Only $19.95 IronrilS IRONERS _Half the work on all , hard-Jo-do- pieces Ask for DEMONSTRATION Starting at Wesiinghouse 5-tube RADIO Reg. $34.95 Now Only $21.95 Set of Picnic Plates and Cups FREE NEW Upside - Down Refrigerator Now On Display | See Beecher For Trade-in^ i t r ^fi^ l ^ e!it \ Tl ^ der ln Tpwn< /? Beecher Mr nnd Mrs Arthur Histau and Peggy, Mr and Mrs A. A. Steussy of Algbna, Mr and Mrs Henry Ristau and Cefthls of Gilmore City; Wilson Legter of Corwith Mr and Mrs Al Rosenmeyer of St Benedict, Mother's Day Party A Mother's-Day party for Mothers of the first grade was held Monday afternoon in their school room .in the Evangelical United Brethren church. . A play was presented by the children. Progressive Woman's Club The Progressive Woman's Club were guests at a postponed meeting Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs James. Mallory. Two topics were presented by Mrs Wayne Sorensen and Mrs Dale Zentner. Miss ' Esther Merkle, newly elected president, read her com- nittees for the year. Final plan? yere made for the tea fo'r the senior girls •an- annual event spon- ,ored by the club. -' Barents of Son Mr and Mrs Earl Gronbach be- 'ame the parents of a son, born vlonday forenoon. May 2, at St vnn hospital, Algona. Weight six Bounds and five ounces-and narm iichard Dennis. They have twc <ther children, Jerry and Susan. Jrs Gronbach is the former Jean jchulz. , Victims of Measles Elaine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg, Earl, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Will arxi Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Darland are confined in their homes with measles. Thev are in first grade in LuVerne school. Has Appendectomy Aslough Hjelmeland, 13 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Hjelmeland underwent an emergency appendectomy at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Friday afternoon. Mr-and Mrs Thomas McNeilly and Kathleen of Fort Dodge visif- ediover the weekend in the. home of her parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll and family. , Mr; and Mrs Dale Zentner and children visited in Mason City Sunday. They •• went to visit breeders of rabbits. Mr Zentner has)several of the better bred rabbits and^he purchased'a new one for his stock. ,' ' < '', Missi Florence ?Hof of 'Cedar Falls Was a'Stjnday guest <in the home of her brother Mr and Mrs Edward :Hof. , i - . Mr and Mrs James Doak and. Nita Sue visited his sister-in-law Mrs John Doak who is a patient in a hospital in Waterloo. : ; Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman visited;; Sunday in the homes of Mr and Mrs Merton Arnett their spn, William and Allen Arnett families at Storm Lake. Sunday guests in the home of • • *t Mrs (fames Mallory were her paf* »nt3 Mr and,Mrs Joe Madderro Feritem arid .their friends, Mr aflc MM -Mafias Neisdfi bf rtingsted Mr and Mrs Lawrence Taggart (Catherine and Bobby of Moorland were Sunday guests-in the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Stauff acker. Mr and Mrs Vernon Chance-anc children of Brllt visited Sunday in the home of the Key. and Mrs Harold Dellit and sons'. Mrs James'Mallpry was a Friday evening dinrter guests in the home of Mr and :Mfs Carl Kills holm in Wesley. • • Mr and Mrs J..T. Roberts of the Rpberts Rest Home in Algona were Sunday dinner guests of their friend.'Mrs Anha Blumer. Mrs C. P. Hanson-of Algona visited Monday to Thursday the past week in the home of her daughter. Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen. •'.-... Earl C. Grimes visited .Saturday and Sunday in Woodward in he home of his parents, ,Mr and Mrs George Grimes. -The senior Mr Grinses is in ill health. Mrs Frank Sterling-and Mrs Charles Clement of Algona visited their friend, Mrs Anna Blumer •'riday afternoon. \: Mrs Nelle Biegger, her daughr er, Mrs Lawrence McDermott. hildren. Michael' and Patricia of Thor visited Friday in Clarion t the Mr and Mrs .Victor New- on home. Guests in the'Newton norne are her • brother, Andrew fliegger and Mrs Biegger) of Winfred. South Dakota. ! •,' Rheinhold Steussy'. "concluded his week's visit at the home of his mother Mrs Elsie Steussy .&nd returned l?y .plane to his home in Bath; Maine. , - ' v if,;' James-Mallory is in Slj:Louis attendingVthree week's cdurse ai the Carter; school 1 for. mechanics Jim - operates the D,-X service stationfhere. • i Mr and Mrs Walter Merkle of St. Paul visited Saturday and Sunday with his sister Miss; Esthei Merklrf. and their 88,year s old father, George Merkle,-nine months a patient at iRdbert Rest Homt in Algona. * f •; .« ' f Mr and Mrs Jess Bongie of Crookston, Minn, came Friday to visit, in the* .Mrs- Nelle Biegger home. The ladies are sisters. Mrs Jphn, Zimmerman was hostess to, twenty ladies from Ren wick acher farrh*home southeast of Ren$vick Friday afternoon, honoring t)ie birthday of Lena Geigel. •'.-. f ,. . „•.» } J , Cur.tis Morgan stf &Jnej honored guest m-thfr hpmMdiPMr'and Mrs Sylvester.E|-a<«e'ai*d Kevin Thursday 'evening on the occasion of his .birthday. •-: Guests included Mrs Morga*n,; hfif father, Peter Bergman, ofi'Rfcinefahfcer, Wls. ana ea---«"Y «••'***»**i^sscn»c*ci., vv la. am Harriet pahips^n -of Humboldt. A six o'clock dinner^, was given &^ ? e ,l ma >? c W?nd.ahl at g hej --_..,.-»... um_ 40 a iiictn oer.-1 he'occasion was her birth day. Give mother a pair of exquisitely detailed gloves from our complete stock. * Gloves are so important and we .show so many different styles, in both Ion« and short lengths, that it is an easy matter to choose. See our new "stretchie" nylon glove by Fownes. $1.50 to $3.50 Featured for summer are the new straw bags. These smart purses are decorated with f lo w e r s to add to their style and charm and we have ali the new shapes and sixes. Put mother in the Fashion Picture with a new summer bag from this store. $3.00 to $22.50 The Chri Store Routine City Business At Council Session A disussion 6t building per' .nitSj consumed most of the 'Al- ?bha city council's time during its regular session last 'Thiir'sda'y njghfat; the city hall, •'_•' -' : • .After talks ceased, the p&mits of Ilda Elliott; C. A- Rochieati; M. A. Barth61omew. ) ;,Rapid[,THer- mogas 'and Ralph Stray.er Weife approved. Three .others,'those"of Del Carver, ..SjogrerY's' Grocery and Ronald Stephen, *were refe'i'- red to City Attorney Jphn CaW roll for further sju'dy'. ; '-^ : . One permit was rejected. ' K. S/ Cowan's request to erect a .sign in East..,State street,, between' 'hillips street and , the,. North Vestern h'acks, had "to,.-be,-ire- used' by, the cpuhoil bec'ause;the ; iroperty belongs to the city. . A committee, headed by Hugh Hack, and • representing the Farm Bureau, was present at the nesting to; request: permission tc ave curb removed and-a park- ng area .constructed on the east ide of. the Farm Bureau'build- ng on South Moore street.., -It would be up to the city to : do/.the excavating and gravelling, while the rest of. the. labbr necessary for the re'moyal of stutrtps, etc., is to. be, furnished by. ..the Farm BureatiJ • The committee is to re- p6rt to Farm Biireau officials so a Jecision can be reached on the project. ' : • •'• • .'. ' City bills 1 were paidj f the..State rlotel received permission, to' aSe .wo stalls,in front of the Algona theater for' loading and, unload- ng zone, and .City Attorney Car- •oll. was instructed 'to,' draw an ,irdinance ..regarding barricades and flares used on city construc- ipn jobs. Insurance for the new jewage ' treatme'rit plant w3s talked over, arid; arrangements made with : the, Herbst InsuVancpe Agency for coverage. "- .'•. ' -. The council refused the application of W. -Lange, owner of 'American Food 'Plan, for an itinerate merchant license and bond. The firm -wanted .permission ^to , sell deep freezers door-to-door in Algona. , .., . ; Mrs L J. Vincent Burial Hfere ^ , " ' ' : • . • •• . : • -I •':..- • • 'Funeral services for Mrs T. J. Vincent, 87, former long-time resident of Algona,; were, held, at tylc- Cullough's Funeral Chapel Tuesday at 3 'p.iri. : Rev. Harry Whyte,' Methodist, minister, .officiated, at th<> rites, and burial was in, Rivet- yiew Cemetery. A prayer service, was .held -in. Cedar Rapids, before ,the. body, w#s ..shipped to Algona.' .' V ' ' - ' '• " -'. , ' ' ,'' • ,Mrs Vincent died' at MethpcUst Hospital in Cedar. Rapids at 3:35 a..m. ; Sunday morning.,',. ., <• ..Anna Rebecca, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob McFarlarid, 'was bow at Washington, Ia^.,. February 26,. 1868. She attended school at Washington, and was married to mi_ J I**..—* -T TT' L il ^m le.uffl ji. •vinc'ent there, May 1.; The Vinterits would have observed their sixty-fourth wed- dirjgj 4hnivers"ary ftoinpr'rpw) {Friday). ' . t \ I ,- ; tr « r <* Mr and Mrs Vincent moyed to Cossuth County in 1895, settling on a farm- near Algona. After 'arming for ten.years, Mr Vincent went on. the. road, traveling fqr i farm equipment concern.. Tne Vincents moved to Cedar Rapids rom. Algona 21 years ago. ' . Survivors, besides Mr Vincent, include two daughters, Nqrinne (Mrs O. W. Lawrence). ' Cedar Rapids; and Jane (Mrs H. M. Buck). Peorja, 111.; arid a soni Verle T. Vincent, Whittier, Cal. Three grandchildren arid two great-grandchildren also survive. Mrs Vincent was a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church in Cedar Rapids. , ' . Pallbearers were. Milton Norton, Harold Gilmore, 'Chester Schoby, Burton Thorpe, Dave Leffert and W. A. Foster. Honor 29 For Work In G-O-C Raymond Reid .was elected president of the Algona Ground Observer Corps Unit at a meeting held Tuesday evening . at the Armory in Algona. Other officers elected are: vice president, Dr. C. C. Shierk; treasurer, Rev. G. G. Hallauer; ana secretary, Gene Cook. Also honored at the meeting were the following who received the Merit Award for 100 hours training: Charles D. Paxon, Robert E. Carr, Rev. Gerald G. Hallauer, Cameron C. Shierk, DSP; Edward Roepke, Raymond Reid, Glenn E. Harms, Herbert Schauer, John Wood, Kenneth J. Hackbarth, Emil N. Lovstad, Richard D. Godfredaon, William H. Foth, Glenn W. Jones, Robert McMahon, Kenneth L. Harris. Joseph Kruckenberg, William Laing, Edward Carney, Jay Givens, Dave Macumber, Larry Wicks, .Robert Hardy, David Hutchins, Herbert Schmidt. Allen R. Hidlebaugh, Glenn Strayer and Firman J. Laing, Jr. The Ground Observer Corps meets the first Tuesday in each month at the Armory building. Plans are underway for construction of an observer tower. A 24- Hour watch is expected to start in the near future according to I John Wood,, district supervisor, who.- also urges more persons to join the Corps. "Treaty Oak" in Austin, Texas, was selected by thq American Forestry Association as the most perfect specimen of. a'tree in the United States. Town Marshal At Ledyard Resigns tfcfyajfd—Albert Barries resigned this p;ast week, effective on May 1st, "as'town marshal.. Mi Barnes has 1 been the marshal' here far the gafet''23 years and "plans nbw't-to rdtlrei • Jac"k, Scott who carflfe 1 ; here* 'recently fr&nY 'Kentucky has been hired by the C< cil to take his place. ' ^-'-... ...J- , ! Starts New Job, Elevator Mgr. Schultz started lew" duties, as manager of the ?arflners ,-Cb-Op JEleyator at Ot* tose'h. Mdnday, 'May '2. He has been sih lemployeei of the Farmers Elevator at Lorie/Rock for the past .teh years sinc'fe his discharge 'froriji the. service. Has family, wife and three chii- dreft wrll-jnove to Ottosen when, school is out.">His oddest boy, Gary;, is 13.years of age, Tim is three years, old and D'eborah is IViz jyears bid. :; - -.. .-.'•'. ••'"• ;. '.•:' . .1,1 ••'.''( •'•-• ' •• ' : .'--=' '" '• i f Dairy Creme Opens v The grand opening' .of Hank'f Dairy Creme"'this' Friday, May 6, was 1 , announced by Mr and Mrs Henl-y F'urst, ' bwners, ^Mrfriday. The,;; Furst$, have, operated the firm; for several years during the summer months, and have moved into; 1 ? their new location at 602 South Phillips Street for the corning 'season. •<'..-.. ' ' HIRI IS A "Greatihgfi fb Mother" ON M6THfeR$ 6AY, MAY 6, AT Hotel Algona , • Chicken Neopdlilan Soup Grapefruit Supreme Cocktail \Chlll4d Tomaie JMcie ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY with Sage and celery dressing or ;<s •, BAKED SUGAR CURE!!:) NATIVE • lOwA'HAM; raislh sauce , ' . - s .. • -' : 'or . . ' ':.'•,.'•' f ROAS* SlRLOlM.OP U. ^. CHOICE BEEF, natural brown sauce •, V-A." Candied Sweet Pbla'lb '( •--' ;• Buttered, Fr6sh New Peas Molded Fruit Jello Salad wilh Mayonnaise Dressing •i" -. Half Portion for Children Apple Pie or Banana Nut Cake or Strawbersy Chiffon Pie Choice of q COMPLETE blNNER on Mothers, Day ' fit's new! M lighter! of<^P magnesium.,, the airplane metal! Flight-Totted by United Alt I/JWM ..Strength no other bggage match...stands up to travel bumps and jolts...actually strong enough to stand qnl Yet, thanks to magnesium, to light you can Uft it with a finger. Ultra-Smart,.. Mo* modern Handle* and lodes ever designed. Stunning better-thaw, leather finishes that resist scvffs and stains wipe clean with a damp doth. New airborne colors-Flight Blue, Airline Grey, Jet p,ey, ptf* Ton, Vapor Whjte, and Rocket Brow.. Ultra-spacious.., 0^1*. sa^^ ^ ^ clothes In less spaee-wrinkle-freel Mo«t case* open Hat for eajler packing. Special tooguo-io-groov. design keeps du* and moisture out.

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