The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 47
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 47

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
Page 47
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Prairie Twp, F-B Meeting Today At St. Benedict ,v ,,7 *" '"'Hi nureau tea j ' Benedict School Hall Th", 1 ^' S ,? pt - 22 lil 1:30 pm That is the day this paper roaches you. Anyone who wishes to bring and display any hobby or fancy work, you may do so. Mr and Mrs Ralph Morey of Chicago became parents of a daughter a few days ago. The little Miss weighed over 0 Ibs This makes Mr and Mrs Al Rosnn- rneyer grandparents for the first time. A] and Aggie left for Chicago Thursday night. Mrs Morey is the former Patricia Rosenmeyer. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer leu early the morning of Sept. H for Missoula, Mont. Thev drove to Storm Lake to pick Op their nephew, LeRoy Pic-kens, who will cntor college there. This is his second yeur. He is taking up forestry. The, Arncloifers will return Sept. 21. Mr and Mrs Frank Eisenbarth and Anna Kellershon of Algona spent Sunday at the Mrs John nashopf home. Mrs J. Downs and Darrell and Mr and Mis Harold Thill drove to Dubuque Sunday, where Dari'«'II is going to attend Loras College He is a '55 graduate of St. Ceceha's Academy. St. Benedict w'ill have a new family this weekend. They are the John VVilch family and'their four children. John is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. They will occupy the Mrs Wm. Arndorfer home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Siemer went to Dumont, Saturday. They were sponsors Sunday " at the ' baptism uf a daughter. Donna Mane, born to Mr and Mrs Harvie Kampman Sept. fi. Mrs Kampman is a niece u> Mrs Siemer. The Philip Arndorfer family were at the Leo Arndorfer homo Saturday evening. An aunt and uncle of Mrs Arndorfer were guests there, too. They arc from Eau CUiire, Wis. Sunday evening the Philip Arndorfers visited at the hitter's parents, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe. The Eau Claire relatives were also Uv^re. For the girls—subdued checks, belted back-panels, lab- bed patch pockets and velveteen in pure wool, insulated with bright milium linings. A host of girls and boys' wear for the fall season can be found in Algona stores now. Granada, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter Donna, to 2nd Lt. Roger Hoi- comb, Fort Bliss, Texas, son of Mr and Mrs Phillip Holcomb, Swea City. Donna is employed in Fairmont. Roger is in army and training in guided missiles. They plan an earJy December marriage. Mrs Angie Hubbard of Bancroft visited Sept. 15 at the Glen Curtis home. In the afternoon Mrs Curtis and Mrs Hubbard visited at the home of Mrs Iris Finn at Gerled, la. It was Mr and Mrs Arthur Sprow who was from a distance, he being a brother of Mrs M. H. McEnroe and she a sister of Mrs Leo McEnroe. They came Sept. 15 and will return Sept. 20. Swea City WSCS Women Attend Group Seminar Swea City—A seminar of the Algona District WSCS was conducted Sept. 13 at the Buffalo Center Methodist church. Attending from here were Mesdames George K. Nelson. G. D. Curtis. J. E. Harner, George Harner, Gilford Smith, Frank Sinou- sc, Harold Jones, Roy Ron!in, Cecil Godfredson, Edward Stewart and Lynn Pulver. Pre-Nuptial Shower A pre-nuptial shower honoring Gwendolin Link was held Tuesday evening at Baptist Guild hall. Miss Link will be married Oct. 1. to Thomas Preston. Both are of rural Swea City. Hostesses for the shower were Mesdames L. J. Hanson. Emil Larson, Ray Sperbeck, Glenn Clark. Roy Kluger. Walter Mino, F. M. Koons, Frank Waid, Marvin Larson, Lowell Larson, Eldoti Link. Dettmer Thompson, Chester Farrington, Leslie Anderson, Glen Olson. Nora Olson. Vergil Jensen and Dillard Bishop. To Wed In December Mr and Mrs Albert Lemke 4 Fire Calls Over Weekend, Bancroft Area Bancroft—Several fires started here the past week without too much damage being done. Wednesday evening a truck at the WeIp Hatchery caught fire. Friday evening the machine shed on the Herman Kahler farm was badly damaged by fire. Saturday afternoon fire started around the Rudy Fangman shelter. Monday morning a trash fire got out of control at the Harold Presthu.s farm. The Bancroft fire truck answered all the calls. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fox and Joan drove to New Ulm, Minn., Friday where they attended funeral services for John Christofer Fox, infant son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Fox and grandson of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fox. The baby liv^d only two days. Mrs Rose Murphy returned home Sunday after a six month's vacation in California with her daughter, Mrs Frank Shea and her brothers in Los Angeles, in Chicago with her five sisters and in eastern Iowa with her three sons, Dr. A. J. at Winthrop: Dr. A. J. at Waverly and Hammil at Marion. Iowa. Mr and Mrs Perry Torine received word from their son Lyle, is in the Navy that he was to leave Par! Harbor. Sept. 17, and would return to the Great Lakes where he will received nine weeks of boilermans training. Lyle has been in Japan and China and has served a year in the Navy. He expects to be home on furlough around Christmas. NOW AT HOME TIME NEW FURNITURE FASHIONS Direct From Factory You Save ! Nothing "Dresses Up" A Home Like Carpeting Bjusirom's Furniture now presents the complete "floor fashion story" ... in a dramatic showing of the latest patterns, colors, weaves and textures in floor carpet. Come and tee our showing! Cresco Chums Elect Officers The Cresco Chums September meeting was held at the Carolyn Rochleatt hbme with Rosemary Giseh assisting. Election of officers was held with the following results: President, Eunice Gade; vice president, Theresa Thilges; secretary, Delores Eisenbarth; treag., Betty; Bes'ch; historian, Dorothy Gade; reporter, Ann Smith; photo- Thursday, Sept. 22, 1$5S Algeria (la.) Upper 6ft! M«lfl*i~3 grapher, Madonna Gisch. The Cresco Chums won 30 blue ribbons and 14 red at the County fair. Two of Cre.sco Chums exhibits were chosen to go to Iowa State fair. They received a blue and a red on thorn. Eunice Gade won a blue ribbon the style revue show. The Junior demonstration: team, Joyce Riebhoff and Afm Smith, also received a blue rib* boo. Come in and select smart new furnishings for your home now at greater-than-eyer savings. Se« our styles to fit every jetting, to suit •very taste, from provincial to modern. Trade in your eld furniture for liberal allowance. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE HOMI PMNION TIM! IS HOME FIX-UP TIME HATS ARE IMPORTANT and we important" new hats! 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