The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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October 6,1955 40 Cobs> Parents AfBurtlrijoy Picnic evening. Three - ftew ^itH' th ietf parents at- Danny Castor, 40 cubs - fehts attended a Cub Scout picflfc dinner giveft at the GAS-TOONS enng •mwe Danny Castor, Arthiif, j|ftnseM: ahd Roger Gid- dihgs. • Ihe following awards were 'presented: , silver arrow, .George' pattersori; gold:' arro\v, Jphrt ,'Loystad,' wolf badge, Rich- •ard .Gebken', arid bob eat pins to the three new members. - "Perhaps Madam' can do it WITHOUT SWEARING." Everybody swears BY our service KEN 6 LEO'S Phillips "66" Service Phone 967 East State St, Mrs; Roy Vanderhoff with porothy and Jerry spent the iVe'ekend with ••.'•relative's, and friendsUn Minnesota, '-:\ "> ;-•/•, Mr and Mrs Nickerson and Janise 'With Mrs Rosirta'-Rabb o ,Char]e;J{City were .i-ecent week ertd, Visitors at the "John 1 Sner< horjte here, Mr and Mrs Clydi Sttere.of. Spencer were also visit ing ;the, son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs JbruiSnere and sons 'Mr and Mrs Qrville Nordstrom l^rrna, Lola, and Orville, Jr. of St. Anthony, - la. were: Sunday dinner guests at the'Rudy Willrett .home. Supper and evening guests were Mr and Mrs Harry Sabin of Algona.» , - • Mrs Richard Lavrenz ; and' chil dren •spent .the weekend with relative! in: Lake. Mills. A th,er from' Georgia Was also at Lake .Mills for' the Weekend. Mr Lavrenz went for his family on Sunday. • Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff were recent Saturday night guests of Rev. and Mrs Oswell Summers in St.-Paul. They also visited Mr Vanderhoff's mother who is employed at the Shattuck School for Boys at Faribault. Rev. Summers and his family, were residents of Bancroft several years ago. October 6,1955 Members of the American •Legion Auxiliary were hostesses at a tea ;at ,the Hall Monday afternoon.; $ome 30 ! members and eligible members attende*d. ; Arrangements, were in charge of Mrs O. H. Graham and Mrs Don Patterson. "The door prize of a free membership was wort by Mrs Paul Mobre. •'•.' VKimber's Variety Store opened last week in Burt. Mrs Clifford Holding is ,in charge. . :Mr nnd'tytrs Jarhefc Sewick of Spirit Lake spent'; Sunday with relatives 'here. They w6re din-, ner guests of. Mr and Mrs Art Leason and visited • Mrs Bertha Stow in the. afternoon! , 'Sunday guests at the Fred •Lavrenz home were Mr and Mrs Roy Fethkenh'er. of Storm Lake. They were enroute home from, a vacation with relatives in "St. Paul.'.... • '..-••- ; v,. ,.,,-. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward of Hazelcrest, 111., are parents of a daughter born to them Sept. 29 The Stewards have three 'sons, Rickey and Ronney in school and Bobby at home. , The Wallet Stewards 'are the., grandparents. Reeent visitor's at the home of Mrs Anne Reimers were Mr and Mrs'Louis Reimers of Milwaukee, :he Ed. Reimers and Mrs 'Kate Wenz • of FentOn .and the Don Reimers, the Howard Batts, and Carol Reimers. •-"••'.. Mr and Mrs Russell Hammer- trom spent Sunday with the on and daughter-in-law,. Mr and Mrs Kenneth . Hammerstrom in liceville. Sf. JoejGirl In FashionShow In Minneapolis Tomorrow'is the greatest laborsaving device of ^today. ' . !.SK Joe — Betty Lou Wagner, daughter of Mrs 1 Adeline Vfaehir, was one of 99;girls in the'.Singer dressmaking contest fashion show in the .East room of the Curtis Hotel in Minneapolis,..Mimiv, 6n Saturday^Oct; 1. Four girls were awarded Sitigei 1 sewing machines for their prize and. also; a 3-day irip to New York City; Betty xm Wagner won the area content here. Mrs • Orville Wagner, and daughter Judy, and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and daughter Patricia, and her> mo- accompanied Betty ther to Minneapolis. Parenls Of Sort ,';' ' , • Mr anil Mrs ; Alfred Zelfer 1 are parents of a son borti;-Friday, Sept. 30, at St. Ann Has^Jtalln Algona. .This makes twO" boys irt the Zeller family. Mrs Ma«!y Kramer of Whittemore is^rnatei- nal grandmother and Mrarid'Mfs John Zeller of here are paternal grandparents. -I Mrs Mary Kramer of Whlttl- more is here at the home of hrfr daughter, Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller and son. ! Mrs Maurice Reding'came home on Tuesday .'from St. :Ann Hos- pUal in Algona, Richard John, infant son, born Sept. 29, remained several days longer at the hospital. • Mr and Mrs Harold Friders and family and Mr and Mrs Martin Friders and .family attended a Fi'iders family dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Friders home near Whittemore on Sunday evening. ';Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas was hostess to members of the Far- merette 500 club at their recent nieetmg. Mrs William Specht, Algona, was a guest. High prize Was awarded to Mrs Martin Friders, low to Mrs Milford Plathe and the traveling award ia Mrs,Harold Friders. ,Mrs Mar- -injFnders will entertain the club at its October meeting. ,Catholic'.Daughters of Amer&•'Count St. Joseph, No. 1554 i.eld its regular monthly meeting n ; .St. Joseph's hall Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 8 o'clock with the grand regent, Mrs Frank Reding, presid- ng. Balloting on new candidates was the special business at this neeting. Reception of new mem- >ers is to be held on Oct. 20 w::n a 6:30 dinner. The committee in charge of Wednesday evening's lunch and social hour will be Mrs Leo Thilges, Mrs Will Reding, Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs James Schade, Mrs Paul Erpelding, Mrs George Wagner Mrs John Hilbert, Mrs George Foth, Mrs Ralph Reding and Mrs Genevieve Weydert, Colored Singers- Appear In County A nodding acquaintance is one with whom you have nodding in common. n evening, Oct. 10. The group is pctiired above °» Monday , By Mrs D. B. Mayer Mr Red. Classen returned Saturday evening from Chicago where he had attended the Kellog Crossbar Dial Telephone .Switching Training Course for the past five weeks. Mrs William Poppe and Mrs Kenneth Poppe of Blue Earth attended a Pink and Blue shower at the home of Mrs H. Larson of Swea City Friday evening honoring Mrs . Raymond Gustafson. Mr and Mrs Carl Noyes and daughters Carol and Sharon of Grand Marias, Minn, visited at the D. A. .Carpenter home from Thursday to Sunday Mrs Marie-Halvorson went to Waterloo on Friday to stay with her grandsons while their parents, Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson, attended a convention in Des Moines. 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