The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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Pre-Nuptial Shower At LuVerne, Bride-To-Be LuVerne — Miss Janice Hefti, bride-elect was honored with a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Friday evening in^ the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren church. The gift table was centered with a pair of while slippers filled with garden flowers. Mrs Fred Merkle had charge of the entertainment and conducted pencil and paper games. Mrs Harlan Helm of Crystal Lake sang "Always" accompanied by her sister, Miss Jean Hefti. The bride-elect was assisted by her friend, Mrs Thomas Jensen in opening her many gifts. Hostesses for the courtesy were Mrs Albert Hefti, daughters. Miss Jean of LuVerne and Mrs Harlan Helm, Crystal Lake. Out of town guests included Mrs Elmer Merkle, St. Paul; Mrs Walter L. Helli, Brill; and Mrs John Zimmerman. Renwick. Class Reunion Hostess Mrs John Zimmerman enter- lairu tl former classmates at her See Large Ad in "Farm and Home" Section SPARK PLU Fa/unand Service WE CARRY AUTO-LITE SPARK PLUGS FOR CARS, TRUCKS, TRACTORS AND 2 CYCLE ENGINES home Friday afternoon. They were girl friends who attended the country school on the corner of the farm of her father, John Hefti, with whom she lives, 40 years ago. Some of the classmates through the years of the eighth grade school were present and were: Mrs Merlon Arnett, Storm Lake, Mrs Addis Greiman, Garner, the former Aileen and Ruth Schipull, daughters of the late Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Schipull, Mrs Ralph Anderson Mrs Percy Loomer. Britt; Mrs Lylc Dillon, Mason City; and Mrs Jay Arnold, Lake MHls, the former Lavina, Esther, Alice and Beulah Blanchan, daughters of the late Mr and Mrs William Blanchan. Mrs Ralph Consocr, Ft. Dodge, the former Lena Swiger. daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Charles Swigci 4 . Some of the teachers of the country school were Mrs Claus Block. Renwick, former Anna Rahm of LuVerne; Mrs Grover Rent?., LuVerne, the former Daisy Gregory and Mrs Percy Bunk, LuVerne, the former Maude Campbell of Goldfield. Other guests for the afteinoon were Miss Violet Swiger. Mrs Robert Zimmerman, LuVerne. and Mrs Marshall Clancy of Haidv. Rusher, mer. Tommy and Steve Blu- Baptism Aftd Dinner The infant daughter of Mr anJ Mrs Leslie Calkins was baptized Beverly Ann in the morning worship service Sunday in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church by Rev. Louis Wittenburg. Sponsors were her uncle, Albert Pergande, Algona, and a cousin, Mr? Wayne Pergandc. A dinner in her honor was held following the service in the home of her grandmother, Mrs Julia Pergande. Church Group Met The Woman's Society of World Service met Thursday afternoon at the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Mrs Elmer Merkle, St. Paul, was a guest. Meeting opened with a devotional service led by Mrs J. Paul Stevens. Miss Esther Morkle gave the lesson study. Mrs Bernard Wolf, president, conducted Ihe routine business meeting. Hostess serving refreshments was Mrs Lawrence Marty ot near Hardy and she was assisted by Mrs Arthur Maass, Miss Luella Blumer and Mrs Emma Lehman. Potter-Brink Reunion The annual Potter-Brink family reunion was held Sunday in the LuVerne park. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Percy Hi ink. Mis Josephine Brink. Mrs Olla Godfrey. Miss Rubye Godfrey. LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Roy McClure of Belmond. Mr and Mrs Richard Feltis and Cynthia of Hardy. Mr and Mrs Roy Feltis, Miss Genie Potter. Mr and Mrs G.i.v N'erem. Gloria. Gary. Carolyn and Jerry of Renwick. Mrs Roy McC'Ture, was voted president and Mrs Percy Brink, swift,ii > -treasurer for next year It was voted to meet next year near the July 10 date at Clear Lake. Scouts Camp Out Ten local Boy Scouts of Troop Xo. 33, Stout master James Mal- iory and Assistant Scoutmaster Earl Gritnbach enjoyed a camp <>ut Saturday through Sunday at their camp by the gravel pit west on road to West Bend. Smuts attending were David ugir. D< nms Northrop. Rob- tit an;i Gary NOHTOSS. Dougln* Holmes. Culm De Nio. Jerry Gr->h. Donovan Prior, Harlan Wagner and Jcrrv SchneUv.'r. Sixth Birthday Phyllis Blumer j > ixth birthday celebrated hrr Mrs Bernard Devine and daughters of Woden visited Tuesday in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Thompson (.if Marathon were Friday dinner guests in the home of his mother, Mrs Mabel Thompson. Mrs Laura Short of Spencer visited Thursday in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Harry Stauffacher. Mrs Elmer Hunt and niece Carolyn Hunt, visited Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mr and Mrs Fiank Reding and family near Livermore. Julie, baby daughter of Mr and Mrs Cameron Christensen of Manchester spent the past week in the home of her grandmother, Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt. Her mother spent the week with her father, Mr Christensen. who is attending the extension ten week 5 summer term of University of Iowa at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Mi-rton Arnett of Storm Lake was a guest Friday in ir/ home of Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman. Mrs Ralph Consoer of Fort Dodge visited her brother and sisters. Earl. Violet and Luella Swiger, Friday. Mr and Mrs William Ramus Jr.. daughter Kay. of Des Momes spent the weekend in the home of his sister. Mr and Mrs Allen Darby, Jane anci Mary Lee and with his mother. Raiv.u.-. Diane N't.viiie of Friday to vi-;t in ;>-.! Earl Grimes. Lloyd Stoddard of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs Marie Stoddard. Paul and Juanita Pettigrcw of Mason City are enjoying an extended vacation in the home ol their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Edward Pergande. Mr and Mrs Frank Whiteley and sons of Ankeny; Mr and Mrs Daryl Moeding, son Dana, twins Debra and Diane of Fort Dodge visited Sunday in the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs William Moeding. Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink, daughters Kay, Rae ann and Nancy- were Sunday guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs Norman Hesse and family in Renwick. Mrs Josephine Brink came Sunday to spend some time m the home of her grandson, Mr and Mrs AUy-n Brink, and daughters. Mrs Brink lives in the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Percy Brink, west of St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs Morris Halsrud and son Dennis, of Bradgate visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr and Mrs Robert W. Bigings, Lynn and Bradley. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner visited his sister. Mrs Minnie Dicky in Mason City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harley Christensen of Estherville visited her mother, Mrs Anna Hanselman Sun- clay. They were enroute home from a trip to Duluth and northern Minnesota. They enjoyed a picnic supper with her brothers, the LeRoy and Earl Hanselman families at home of LeRoy. Mr and Mrs Dudley Blesie, LeRoy and Willa Rea "of Peterson, Minn, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. They were overnight guests in the parental, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Blcsic home in Renwick. Mr and Mrs Peter Rempel ot Minneapolis and Mrs Anderson of Pme River, Minn, were weekend guests in the home of Mr and Mis Philip Blumer and sons. They are the parents and aunt of Mi3 Blumer. home of his brother, Mr and Mrs August Hippen and family. Mr and Mrs Edward Mantcy of Janesvillc, Wis. arrived Saturday to visit in the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips and other relatives. Mrs Manley a n^fl Mrs Phillips are sisters. Michael and David McPeak ot Renwick visited their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Milo Patterson Wednesday to Sunday. Their parents. Mr and Mrs Milford McPeak were called to Cope, Colo, by the death of a cousin of Mr McPeak. Elmer Merkle, St. Paul came Friday for the weekend in the home of his sister. Miss Esther Merkle. Mrs Merkle. sons. Kevin and Curtis, who visited past week here, will accompany him home. Mrs Albert Hunt, 'son, Warren, daughter Carolyn, of Anaheim, Calif, visited the past week in the Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt home. Carolyn remained to visit in the home of her uncle, while her mother and brother went on a trip to the east coast. Mr and Mrs Durwood Burtis and daughter, Peggy Lee. left Saturday for St. Louis, where Mr Burl is has employment with an insulation company. They had visited in the parental Fred Baumgartner home. Harry Stauffacher spent the past week in Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge where he had x-rays and received medical treatment. M. L. Barti-in entered the Lu- May. He was instrumental in this project. Fenton News Mr and Mrs Henry Spurgeon and children of Ut.'s Aloincs visited in the Doiitikl Shaw home Thursday of last week. Pat Lufkin enteriained a group of friends at her homo on Wednesday night. Attending \VCTO VrniUi Eirners, Carol Bicrst.cdt, Sharon Eigler, Mrs Paul Zumnrh. Donna Herkland, Mrs Merle Loekwood. Mrs Gerald Schmidt, Kathy Bollingcr. Friday evening, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy and Karen Kohlwcs of Austin, a guest ir. the Eigler home since the 4th, drove to Blue Earth where they joined Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohhvcs and Mr and Mrs Maynard Kopin for a picnic supper. Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager, Kern. Don and Tom recently !hr-ran hospital. Fort Dodge, for medical treat- Thursday, July 14, 1$55 Algdna (la.) Upper DM Mo!h«j-7 spent four days in Wisconsin on btisincsr- and a sight seeing trip. Mr anfl Mrs Webber Yager stayed at their homo and cared for thr two younger hoys, during their ahst ]H:<:. Mr and Mrs Derwood Voigt and family of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Arlo Voigt and fam My of Grove City were Sunday dinner guests in the Art Voigt home. Afternoon visitors wero Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and Mark, and Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls. Pamela who has spent the past Grove City, returned Weisbrod, week at home. Mr and and their Mrs Beriel Berkeland children, Mr and Mrs Harold Berkeland of Whittier, Calif.; Mr and Mrs Keith Wills and David of Los Angeles, Mrs Frank Franson and family of Lincoln, Neb. Marvyn Berkeland spent July 4th at Pnlm Park in Whittier. Calif. Other relatives who rekbraled the 4th with them were Mi' Sam Oleson, Mrs John Rindy, Mr and Mrs Thomas (Jociy. Mr and Mrs Kaimer Randa, Karel and Kathy, Mr and Mrs Norman Thompson and family. Mr and Mrs John Alexander and son, Maxine Cody. Mr and Mr-; Ernest Christianson, Mrs Ora Turner. Leonard Oleson, Mr and Mrs Clarence Oleson. Mr and Mrs Oliver Hill and family, Betty Dean. Barbara Hill, and Freddie and Steve Long. Dinner guests in the Clarence Wegener home Thursday of last week were Mr and Mrs George Wilson and Nancy of Glendalc, Calif., and Mr and Mrs Webber Yager. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Charles Feyc and Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener. UDM Want Ads Fay Dividends M;;; Diane, Richard Beer. Rickv and Dicky children, of Mari tell. Xeb. visited in the Donald Miller. George Johnson and Schnakenberg homes. Mrs Beer, the: former Janet Miller, also visited her parents. Mr and Mrs George Miller in Mason City. Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly. sons. Keith and Dale, Mr and Mrs Mr; Dora Mr and Mr.- Percival Motors Friday. July 8, I with a party at the home of j ))(•;• parents. Mr and Mrs John j Blumer. Phyllis received gifts j.if.UjUV,.hcr\ r Auc£ls. Jan and Mike " For?'.!. Rita Patterson. Pamola grandparent W. Dimler. Ernest Flicking- Dodce spent Satu home of Mr and Mr nips and family. Mr and Mrs Fail Grimes and! sons and her brothel'. Collins visited Sunday in ward m the home of Mr :nav in .- Robert Mrs George Grimes, parent were her cousins. Harold Hf.ff and family. Rock- furd. 111.: Carl and Paul Berglund. Mr and Mr? Art Larson and family of Stratford and he) si.-ter, Mr and Mrs George Wolfe. LuYe: ne. Mrs Anna Blumer accornpan- :r.-i her daughter and family. Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnet/er. Jimmy f.-nd Colron Wednesday on a trip tn Ocfola. and Kansas City. Mo. Mr and Mrs George Tiecie of Fairmont visited Sunday in the Mil; m | home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Wood- | Lawi encc Miller and family. Henry Hippcn of Peorja, 111. inved Wecinesciav to visit in the Big- ob.-ervation and ment. Saturday. Ciicle 3 of W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, July G in the farm home of Mrs G. M. Will with 13 present. Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens.- and children. Mrs Fred Merkle and Miirgene spent Sunday in Merrill Stanton. They went !•> -attend the dedication of a remodeling program of the church and educational unit of the Evangelical United Brethren church for $16.000. The Rev. Stevens was pastor there before coming to the local church in YOU CAN GO PUCES IN OUR -) Corn Bin Shortage Cited Quoted From Des Moines Register Article, Weds., July 13 "At the same time. True Morse, undersecretary of agriculture, warning that "there is storage trouble ahead" and that the situation "will be very tight" this year, urged farmers to move at once to provide more bins for farm storage of this year's crops." "I cannot urge loo strongly," Morse said, "that farmers — especially in the corn belt —start planning how to build any additional storage they will need." and I 25,000 Miles —is actual mileage on this superb "Bel-Aire" 1953 Chevrolet sport coupe—absolutely one of the very finest used cars we have ever seen offered. A luscious tu-lone green color, finish in top condition. A king-size value this weekend at— KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY We Will Sell At Last Year's Price SPEEDY Corn Crib 1200 BUSHEL CAPACITY CRIB 289.50 REGULAR PRICE $375.00 THIS CRIB is cheaper than any competitive crib for like capacity and is high in quality. We have sold the "SPEEDY" crib to many farmers in this area —they all like it. This crib is made of 5 guage wire mesh, thick as a quarter-inch bolt. Ribbed roof, anchored 8 times. Permanently attached ladder. Sold and delivered complete. We can offer a quantity of these cribs at the old last year's price, and will do so. This can be your quick, easy and economical solution to storage shortage on your place. Over 50 Satisfied Customers To Check With From Last Year t Come in and Get the iFacts on This Crib — (and Its Low Price Limited Offer! This Fully Automatic Gas Incinerator Fully Installed AT OUR COST (with purchase of gas home heating equipment by August 15th) Throw This Away! How many times have you wished to throw away that unsightly and dirty garbage can? Housewives—now you can and in its place, own a new Superflame Garbage and Trash Disposal unit. No more running out in cold and winter weather to dump garbage! No more tipped over garbage cans to attract dogs and worse pesisl _ Now you can own a new Gas Irv cinerator for practically nothing. Come in to North Central Public Service Co. or any of the dealers listed below and get full details! End Garbage Problems and Protect Your Health WITH A SUPER-FLAME GAS INCINERATOR, YOU NEED NO FLUE-LINING FOR CHIMNEYS This amazing offer will continue until August 15 only! With the purchase of any new gas home-heating equipment from ANY of the dealers below, you will receive AT OUR COST PRICE a new Super- flame Gas-fired garbage and trash disposal unit. This unit burns everything but metal—and that includes garbage, bones, wood or even an old pair of shoes. It is silent and it costs only about $1.50 per month to operate. It is Installed right next to your furnace and takes very little space. AND HERE'S AN ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! Over and above the cost price we offer you on this unit, you WILL NOT NEED A FLUE- LINING FOR YOUR CHIMNEY WHEN THIS UNIT IS INSTALLED. This will save you another $25.00. All these things mean added home comfort for you and your family. So don't wait—stop in today and order gas-heating equipment—and get this new Superflame INCINERATOR at a fraction of its normal cost. MODEL ON DISPLAY AT THE NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY NOW, and below mentioned dealers. 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