2-Algontj (la.) Upper flfti'Mdlrttt Thursday, June 30, 1955 Wesley's New Doctor, Family Wesley — r Mr and Mrs-Harold Price, Joan : and > Duariej- nioved PLANTATION BALLROOM WHlTTEMOHE, IOWA Friday, July 1 ANN'S ACC. BAND Sunday, July 3 VANCE DIXON Friday, July 8 ANDY DOLL Sunday, July 10 DON SHAW Friday, July 15 VIKINGS No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 We Don't Want Our Name hi Anybody's Little Black Book by having a single customer leave our place without having received ihe utmo,t in service and value that we can give here at Brandt Buick. We have been exerting ourselves here at Brandt Buick Io render the fairest and the best service it is possible to give, and doing it with courtesy and a smile. We find that it is working pretty well, and our customers seem to enjoy doing business with us in all phases of our activity— new Buicks, used cars, lube and wash shop, body shop, repairs and all ihe rest of it. This has all made Brandt Buick a pretty darned busy place these past weeks, and it seems thai when we give out good service with a smile, our customers appear to like it. So we suggest thai when you are in ihe market for something in our line—whether it might be a wonderful new 1955 Buick or a lubrication job—you think of coming to Brandt Buick. We will give you the best we know how io give. last week into the residence in the west part of town which they purchased from Mrs Kate Hansen. The Price house in the east part of town lias been sold to Dr. Paul Warner and family of Des Moines. They arc expected to move here about July 1. The apartment in the Studer store building is being rearranged arid redecorated for the doctor's office. Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich and children returned from Lake Okoboji Wednesday where they had' .vacationed several days. Frgnlc, manager of the Farmers Co-operative Elevator attended a manager's meeting there several 8a£s. Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly spent Sunday and Monday, June 19-20, at the lake with the Bleichs. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and family and Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz and family and their house- guests, Mr and Mrs Tom McGreevey of Forest City and Mr and Mfs Dennis Vitzthum and family of Sheldon attended a John Arndorfer family reunion at the Walter Lichter home in Algona, Sunday, June 19. All of Mr and Mrs John Arndorfer's 9 children were prese.nt. Mrs Gordon Loebig and two children of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Mr and Mrs Ray McKenna and family of San Diego, Calif., were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Leonard Arndorfer home. They were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Leo Goetz home. C. Leithe of Rake spent several days last week at the home of his daughter, Mrs Al Burma, and family. Mrs (Myra) John Saastad of San Diego, Calif., and Mr and Mrs John Cassel and daughter of Los Angeles, Calif., came last week for a visit at the parental Ben G. S,tuder home. Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings, Mr and Mrs Cliff Carlson and Mr and Mrs Bill Hammond attended a Jansen family reunion at Cleat- Lake Sunday, June 19. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen and Carol spent the weekend at Howard Walker's in Dexter ant! were Sunday guests of Mrs Hemmingsen's mother, Mrs Alice Walker at Redfield. The Tuesday club met June 21 with Josephine Meurer. Francis Weber was assistant hostess. Sara Raney was elected president of the club; Clara Erdman, vicepresident: Edna Mae Kleinpeter secretary. They will take their office at the September meeting. The final meeting of the year will be held July 19 with a breakfast at the city park. Sarah Raney and -Marjorie Hemmingsen will be in charge of the food. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek returned home Tuesday evening from a 3 day visit with relatives in -,Ft. Atkinson, Hawkeyc and Bom Price; son of Mr and Mrs Charles Price, spent last week with his grandmother, Mrs Oscar Monson at Mason City. Wesley Man M timed June 9 Mr and Mrs Donald L. Eden, recent Wesley newlyweds are shown in the above photo. They were married June 9 at 8 p.m. at' Holy Family Catholic' Church in Mason City. Msgr. A. Breen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Eden is the former Mary Lucena Foxen, Osage, while Mr Eden is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Eden of Wesley. The bride was formerly employed by the Standard Oil Co. in Mason City and the bridegroom was recently discharged from the army. They are living on a farm near Titonka. newlyweds, returned Tuesday from their wedding trip to Minnesota and Canada. They are living in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Al Wagner visited Mrs Paul Moore in Burt Monday afternoon last week. Glenn 'Fuller, who is employed at the Farmer's Elevator, is on his two week vacation. Harriet Beenken, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken, student nurse at Naeve hospital, Albert Lea, is now taking 3 months' special training in the mental hospital at St. Fetor. Minn. r and Mrs Ben Wagner of >t. and Mr and Mrs Dwighi Wagner and two children of Al- gonn were Father's Day guests at the parental Al Wagner homo. Lylc Corey of Minot, .North Dakota, a former Wesleyan, called on Mr and Mrs Al Wagner Tuesday evening enroute home from a visit in Britt. The Lloyd Neswolcl family was called to Hillsdale, Wis., by the cluath of his father, John, 77, June 15. The North Iowa Conference returned Rev. F. A. Webb to Wesley nnd Prairie Center for the second year and appointed Rev. Louis Preul of Spencer as Supt. of Algona district to replace Dr. Fred Ortmeyer whose term expired. Carol Hemmingsen, employed in Mason City, came home Friday] evening. ' ; Guests at the Russell Swanson home Sunday, June 19, were Mr and Mrs Richard Madsen, <Mr and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Beenken, Mrs Merle Muhm and son, Mr and As a parting thought this week, we want io Jell you we have some truly fine Used Cars on deck, the k!nd we are proud io sell. But whatever you drive over the coming holiday, while on Iho highways please Drive Safely. ALGONA JUNGLE-BRED RHINOCEROS REAL LIVE GIRAFFES! 5-TON TRAINED HIPPOPOTAMUS! STEEL CARS 450 PEOPLE ACRES OF TENTS 218 ANIMALS D A I (, Y EXPENSE $3,000.00 TICKETS ON SALE SHOWGROUNDS » A.M. 2 COMPLETE PERFORMANCES! POORS OPEN , SHOW ?TA«TS 1:90 and 7;09 P. M. * 2:90 an* StfC P. M. Mrs Paul Madsen and son and Craig Madsen. Joyce Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Smith, will leave August 29 for Omaha, Neb., to attend a communications school for 3 months. Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson had' as their Father's Day dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Dale Dornbier and family; Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum and Mr and Mrs Bill Goetz. The neighborhood birthday club met Saturday, June 25. at the Kenneth Haverly home to honor the birthday of Mrs Haverly. The Prairie Pals 4-H club met at the Lickteig schoolhouse Thursday for an all day workshop, conducted by the leaders, Mrs Emma Wise and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer. Mrs Hazel Studer, an officer on the county 4-H board, assisted in the preparation of exhibits for the county fair. The Catholic Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon, June 22 with Mrs Lizzie Goetz and Mrs Lawrence Erdman as hostesses. The society will meet again on Wednesday afternoon, July 6. The CDA's will meet on Wednesday evening, July 13. The Reese Martin barbershop and the lower front of the Studer store and Robinson Produce have lately received a. new coat of paint. The lower front of the'J. fiV;, Walker ,grocery store shines withJa new coat df paint. The Laides Aid of the Evangelical Free church will' meet Wednesday afternoon, June 29, at the church with Mrs Ole K. Flom and Mrs E. M. Paulson as hostesses. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlson attended the annual conference, of Evangelical Free Church Min-/ isters at Winona Lake, Ind. They were accompanied by Mary Puffer of Britt and Joyce Oslercamp. Sister Hemmingild, who teaches at Sunfish, Ky., came Juno 20 from Milwaukee, Wis., to visit her mother, Mrs Anna Hauptinan, and other relatives. Mrs Charles Mullin is visiting relatives at Warrensburg, Mo., for several weeks. The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Ben Studer May 5 was bap- tixcd John Ben, June 19 by Rev. L. N. Klein. Father Joe Studer of Fort Dodge visited at the parental Joe Studer home June 17. He and his uncle, Father Linus Eisenbacher, and the hitter's brother, Joe Eis- enbai'hiT of Wesley returned home Friday, June 17 from scv- ei-nl days visit with friends and relative's' at St. Cloud, Minn. Robert Kirkpatrick of Omaha. Neb., and Bill Koppen returned recently from <i fishing vacation trip to Minnesota and Canada. Mr and Mrs Joe Studer und family had as their Father's Da\ quests, Mr and Mrs Frank Wellik and three children of Britt, and Mr and Mr.s Kenneth Studt-r. Mrs Gordon Loebig and children Judy and Susie of Mineral Wells, Texas, arrived June 18 to Visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Jahn Arndbrfer, at Algona and Other relatives there and at Wesley. Captain Loebig will join his family about June 30 for his two Week vacation,' • ; ;. • Mrs Stan Jdhnsoh entertained her bridge club June 2dth. . ' Ray Studer and son David of Casper, Wyoming visited Emma Studer and other relatives hero Tuesday and Wednesday. They had been at Excelsior, Minn., to vidit Ray's mother, Mrs E. A. Studer -and other relatives. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family spent June 19 at Preston, Minn., visiting their daughter and sister, Sister Mary Julius, who is teaching vacation school there, Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth. Mr and Mrs Al Loebig, Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and Mr and Mrs Lewis Cink and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner Juno 19 at the Jack Lickteig home. Guests in the Victor Loebig home last week were Mr and Mrs Matt Lewis and son Bill of Elmwood Park, 111. Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig report a new grandson, Michael Edward, borfi to Mr and Mrs Merle Loebig at San Francisco, Calif., Monday, June 13. The Merle Loe- bigs new have two daughters and a son, Mr and Mrs Louis Cink entertained a group of friends at their farm home June 20 in honor of their 10th wedding anniversary. All enjoyed a chicken dinner and a social evening. Linda, eleven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons of St. Paul, Minn., is spending several weeks visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman in Wesley and the Robert Kains and George Scuffhams at Algona. The Lyons family spent the June 19 weekend visiting relatives here and at Algona. Francis, 7 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hildman, had a tonsillectomy at Britt hospital June 20. Mr and Mrs Alf Hildman and son Jimmy of Di3s Moines were Wednesday evening callers at the John Hildman home. Tuesday evening guests at Hildmans were Mrs Maggie Hilbert, Esther and Delores of Algona. Mr- and Mrs Gayle Studer spent June 24 in.Cedar Rapids. Don Powers began working last week at Webster City. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet July 7. Nancy Dpughan assisted with the Brownie Day Camp at Algona June 21, 22, and 23. • Mr and Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter had as their weekend guests his cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Ray Kleinpeter of Englewood, Calif. They had flown to New York City, then to Flint, Mich. They drove a new Buick from Flint to Englewood. He is a son of Joe Kleinpeter. Dr and Mrs Leon Smith of Fort Dodge were also Sunday guests at the L. H. Kleinpeter- home. Mrs Smith »is the; former Esther Kleinpeter;-" • ! Farm Loans RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives you more convenience and comfort than any other combination window 1 RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home ! Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona ST. JOE 6y Mrs Syl Wagner Jerry Friders, son- of Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders, was taken to St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, on Friday for medical aid. Mrs Friders has been staying at the hospital with her son. Math Elringer, 56, funeral services were held on Wednesday morning at 9:30 in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Curi-ie, Minn, with Mr and-Mrs Fred Illg, Mrs Maggie Thilges and son Bernard, Mrs Harold Reding and Mrs Alfred Reding attending. Mr Elringer passed away suddenly Sunday. He i* survived by} his wife, two daughters and eight grandchildren. Nancy SiShumacher, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Schumacher. Colorado Springs, Colo., is here visiting with an aunt and'uncle, Mr and Mrs -. Nicholas iWeytiert and family. Mr and Mrs Schumacher are . expected here the end of the week for. a weeks visit with relatives and friends and to, take their daughter home. The :• regular meeting of th| Riverdale Rustlers Unit I 4*H Glub was held June 18, in the St. Joe Hall, at 2:00 p.m. Roll call was answered by seventeen members. ' „ , Members, voted for junior and senior demonstration teams for county fain Betty Wagner and Karen Zeimet won out for the junior girls. Alma Illg and Lois Willfong won for the senior girls. Sheryll Reding and Lois WillfoHg gave a. report on their, trips to camp at Clear Lake. The meeting was closed with the pledge to the flag. Dianne Reding gave a demonstration, Arlene Bormann, gave a talk • Mr and Mrs Adolph Stessman and family of Earling .were visitors here over the Weekend at the home of Mr Stessman's sister, Mr and Mrs John Bormann and family, and, with friends. Mr and Mrs Raymond KohU haas and family were Sundav guests,in the Clarence Bormanit home. 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