The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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(la.) Upper Bes Moines Thursday, Sept. 1, 1955 Darlene Lickteig Of Wesley Will Be Sept, 12 Bride Wesley—Darlene 1/u'ktem. dau- .thJer of Mr and Mrs Urban Lickti-ij;. \\ as honored at a pre- nuplial shower Sunday aftcrivior in St. Joseph's parish hall. A hii'ge group of relatives nnd 1: lends attended and the bride- to-be received many lovely gift? v, hich she will share with Ken]."th Foi burger, older son of Mr ;irui Mrs Torn Forburger. after their on Monday morning. Sept. 12. Court Whist was played with Nell Friminl winning high score pn/e. Mrs George Hirner. low score pri/.e. Mrs George Goetz. door prize and Mrs Albert Lick- U-ig. lucky cup prize. Mrs John Bleich gave a reading. "The Nevvlyweds." Mr> Albert Dirksen and her sister. Ruth Muehe. Albert Lea. Mrs William Houclek of Garner Mrs Sylvester Garman and Mrs John Bleich of Britt: Mrs Martin Bleich. Mrs Elliot Waldschmidt and Mrs Ed Kenyon of Whittemore: Mrs Dennis Lickteig and Mrs Don Lickteig of St. Benedict were out of town guests at the shower. Mercury Drops 56 Degrees That loud clang everyone heard was the mercury in the thermometers in the area dropping from 101 to 45 degrees. That variation of 50 degrees seems to be the first indication fall might be on its way. High for the week. 101, was reached Sunday, while Monday night the low of 45 was registered, according to Weatherman Stu Albright at the Airport. Hi 24 86 25 ,_ 86 . 93 Dale Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 26 27 28 29 30 101 95 95 72 2nd Round Polio Shots Sept. 6 The second round of Polio Shots for Kossuth County will be given September 6th at Bancroft; Sept. 7th at Whittemore; Sept. 8th at Algona; and Sept. 9th at LuVerno and Wesley. The same plan will be followed as on the first round shots and each student must either have their vaccination card showing that he had the first innoculation or parental consent blank signed by the parent with them at the time of the clinic. Information as to time and place may be obtained from loeai school superintendents. 4 Couples Get Wedding Licenses Four licenses to wed have 1><••. n is.-uevi in the past week, at the office of Alma Pearson, clerk <>f the district court. They went to the following couples: Aug. 25 — Wm. H. Clements, Newton, and Mailene Bauer. Wesley: Elbert McVeigh . am« neulnii Burlinnaino. Algon.1. Aug. 27 — Robt. Miller, Guckeen. Minn., and Leah Belle Madsen. Swea City. Aug. 30 —'Bernard WieHen- riahi. West Bend, and Klaine Bruellman, Ottosen. All Schools Show Enrollment Rise The final figures aren't in. but it's very apparent Algona's public school system and St. Cecelia's Academy will both show sizeable increases in enrollment during the 10;55-56 school year. At completion of initial registrations at the Academy Sunday afternoon and evening, 350 grade school and 106 high school students had enrolled for classes which will get underway next Tuesday, Sept. 6. The figure includes more than 70 first grade pupils, a new high. According to Father Harold Cooper, many children still haven't enrolled, so the final count will be much higher. Supt. O. L. Laing of Algona high school reported a total public school enrollment of 1,396 opening day, but doesn't expect a cessation of registrations until Labor Day. • It is estimated the high school will total about 325. the same as last year, with 185 in junior high and over flOO in the grades. The junior high count is up from last year and the kindergarten classes furnish the biggest total in history. Farm Grass Fire Algona firemen made a fast run to the William Erpelding farm four miles east on McGregor road at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, and extinguished a grass fire before it had reached the farm buildings. Drivers Fined Two drivers paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week. Lavern Baldus, Algona, paid $5 and costs for operating a vehicle without a vah'd driver's license and S5 and costs for operating a vehicle without proper registration, and Jim Roger Peril, Fenton, was assessed $5 and costs for having a loud muffler. Labor Day, P. O. Hours The Algona Post Office will be closed all day Labor Day, Sept. 5. The lobby will be open from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. No windows will be open Mr and Mrs Ray Besch moved to Minneapolis, Thursday (today) and have routed their house to Mr ami Mrs Leo Immerfull. Mr and Mrs Gene Mood were visited Sunday by the former's brother, Faber Hood, and a friend of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell attended a family reunion at Twin Lakes near Pocahontas Sunday. Mr and Mrs Claude While attended a Short family reunion Sunday at Adel. This is Mi- White's family. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen and son Gary have returned from a vacation of ten days spent at Hloomington, Wis., Chicago, 111., Dearborn and Wayne, Mich. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry Sr., were visited Monday by the former's sister and nephew, Mrs C. B. Moore Smith and son, Charles Smith, of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Merle Webster spent the weekend at Clear Lake wiVh the hitler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. B. Wray. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbusch drove to Guttenberg. Wednesday, to attend funeral services 'for Arthur Hagen, 53, brother of Mrs Kickbusch. Mary Jean Hood, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Hood returned last week from the ranch at Unionville where she had spent a fortnight. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell attended the wedding Sunday. Aug. 14 of their niece, Karen Sue Hut- nell. to Ray Hildreth at the Windsor Heights church at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland have been visited by the hitter's sister, Mrs Ray Jensvold. of Wickenberg, Ariz. She came to attend the wedding of Maria Oakland and Jerry Beamish. Mr and Mrs C. A. Gelienfeld, Mr and Mrs Max Bast and Mrs Lydia Wet/el attended the wedding Sunday at Clear Lake of their niece' Rita Geilenfeld to George Kane. Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs N. J. Kelley and daughter, Susan, went to Omaha, Neb., Thursday (today) to meet the son James who had been at West Yellowstone during vacation and was employed at the Union Pacific lodge. Mrs Nell McCall has been visited the past week by her sister, Mrs Edith Reaser, of Glendale, Calif. Mrs McCall is taking her to Des Moines today (Thursday) where she will return home via plane. Mrs McCall plans to spend several days in Des Moines with her son-in-law and daughter, .Mr and Mrs James Griffith. Mr and Mrs H. M. Knecht drove lo Mason City Saturday to see Mrs Knecht's sister. Mrs Al Salz who has had surgery and is a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason -ity. , Harriet Benschofer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hollis Benschoter, fell on the basement stairs last week and broke her ankle. This will keep her from entering school for awhile. Dick Post drove to Manila, Sunday, to bring home his wife and children Joan, Richard and Rex who had been visiting Mrs Post's mother, Mrs Lillian White. The son Bob had been there the previous week. Mr and Mrs James Allen, Mrs Nellie Van Allen and Mrs Esther Benson spent Sunday at the Oko- bojis with Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen who had taken a cottage there while they vacationed a week. Mr and Mrs Dewey Wilson, former residents here, have moved back from Pocahontas to Wesley where they have a home. Mr- Wilson suffered a back injury some time ago and has been unable to work. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith were accompanied to Brewster, Minn.. Monday by their daughter, Mrs M. H. knuth, of Paullina and attend the funeral services for George Smith. 73, brother of Mr Smith. He had been in failing health for some time. Mr and Mrs Ted Vera left Thursday for Pittsburgh, Pa., to attend the annual reunion at the Hotel Roosevelt there of the 79th Infantry Division with which Ted served in World War II. Ted serves on the records committee of the division. Mr and Mrs Don Nelson wete weekend guests of Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre at Okoboji. Mrs Sarah Geigel was visited Sunday by her niece and husband Mr and Mrs Harry Olson and three children of Hendrieks, Minn. Mr and Mrs Pat Hegarly and hildren and Mrs Eugene Meyers returned home from Leonore, 111. Mrs Hegarty and Mrs Meyers visited their brothers George and Clarence Meyers, and father, W. A. Meyers. Mrs' Elizabeth Wolfe , returned Sunday from Fenton where she had spent a few days with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson. She is on vacation from St. Ann hospital and plans to spend a part of it at Mason City with friends. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lallier and the former's sister. Luella Lallier spent the weekend at Des Moines attending the Iowa Stale Fair. While in the city they were guests of Kenneth's and Lut'lla's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Lyle Lescher. Clarence Hunt assisted his brother-in-law Marion Butterfielcl move Sunday from Graettinger to Des Moines. Mrs Butterfield has been at Des Moines awhile and is employed there. Marion has been employed with a bottling works at Esthervillc but living at Graettinger. Mrs Eugene Hutchins fell on the basement steps Monday and injured her back. Her husband had to carry her upstairs and at this writing the extend of her injuries are not know. Her mother. Mrs Hazel Lusby, Evelyn Cady and Mrs Elizabeth Post had planned a trip but whether they go or not depends upon Mrs Hutchins condition. Mrs Hutchins was taken to St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan Brian and Bernie have returned from Lac Court Grilles, Wis. Mrs Linnan and the children have been there since July- 1 and Mr Linnan has been with the family since Aug. 1. During their absence the house has been occupied by Mrs Linnan's nephew, Richard Wassenberg of Coral Gables, Fla. He is leaving soon to enter the University at Miami. Clayton Sorenson attended the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines, Saturday. Ghris Jensen was visited Sunday by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jerome Eisenbarth. Monday another daughter, Mrs Elden Shaw, spent a part of (he day with him. A/3C John C. Elberf, son of M± and Mrs Walter Elbert, Algona, has been home on leave since last Saturday and will report back Sept. 1 to Lowry AFB, Denver, Colo. He entered school May 31, 1955, and will lake this training until Jan. 31, and then doesn't know where he will be sent. Mr and Mrs Paul James had as guests from Thursday till Saturday the parents, Mi' and Mrs E. R. Ray James of Chariton and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clyde Talbert and daughter, Judy, of Davenport. They were enroute home from Yakima. Wash., where they had visited Mr and Mrs At hoi James. Mr and Mrs James Kelly and Kathleen and Mr and Mrs Ralph Dug'an and family were supper guests Sunday at the parental, Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan's at Lone Hock. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbusch are being visited this week by their grandchildren, Tommy and Susan Teglund, children of Mr and Mrs Paul Teglund of Belmond. Mr and Mrs Paul James are being visited from Monday till Friday by the hitter's sister, Mrs Kermit Burtis, of Waterloo. She will also spend some time with other relatives here. Mr and Mrs Everett Barr and children have returned from a vacation in Minnesota and Kenora and Port Arthur. Canada. Enroute. home they stopped a! Pine Cily, Minn., to visit Mr and Mrs Wayne White, former residents here. Kay Kern is working as nurses aid at St. Ann hospital. She is a high school junior so goes to work nf four o'clock p.m. Sho plans to attend a school of nursing alter high school graduation. Mrs C. B. Murtagh was dismissed from St. Ann hospital ten clays ago and has as companion-'-house keeper, Mrs Martha Rammer. Mrs Murtagh is feeling very well. Mr and Mrs Paul Hilberi. Mrs Clarence Hunt and children nnd the children of Mr and Mr* Marion lUitterfii'ld spent Sunday at Swea City with Mr and Mrs Beryl Butterl'ield. Mr and Mrs Sam Baylor aro being visited by their sun-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Jack Kohmesclier and daughter", Deborah Ann. of Wayne, Mich. They are also spending some time with Mrs Kohmescher's brother-in-law Mid sister. Mr and Mrs Leo Me>'- gen, and brother-in-law, -lo' 1 Uaiighan and family at Titonka. Immediate Diagnosis and Treatment Can Prevent Many Foot Conditions From Becoming Serious. DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK Chiropodist (Practice Limited to the Feet) Over S & L Store Telephone 250-W For Appointment PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALI T Y ! THUNDERBOLT • THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ONLY Men's Reg. $9.90 eversible JACKETS Rich-looking splash weave outside, plain inside. Wear two ways — pockets on both sides. In charcoal, brown or black — contrasting shade on other side. 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