The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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October 6, w LuVerne Brides Humboldt, the former B>t,, c ..Larson was honored with a postnuptial .miscellaneous shower Friday eyening at'the Methodis Church. " • Hostesses Were .the Mesdame Joseph Thorn, Harold Wolf, J L. McGlamrOck, Eirl Detmering Vari " Haflseji • Mlltort'^ilhelml Earl N&l, \. Harry' Licnt^, Alvln Weber, JohnJlamus, Edward Hof 13. M. Will. George Wolf, Jess Jorgensen. Edward D .6. h n e r t WJlliam doetsch, Jessie Sanford Albert Qenrich, John VoSfc, Jr. Ralph T. Davidson, tforma E. McGlat'an and;Ray Stone. Ab6ut fifty shared the c6urtesy. ,.M«f William Hardcopf, the toMer; Patricia Werner, was REVIVAL Starting Sunday, Oct. 9 7:45 P,M. " Soul-sHftlhg messages from .the "Word of God". Inspirational singing and special music. Well-known visiting speakers. Week nights, Monday through Thursday. You, your family o.nd friends have a cordlaj.invitation to atfend. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Rev. Joe Sirobbe South & Harriet hfed f,, mce , oiv-i« tiKt mft hair-'Tvj" Hostesses vvere Mrs Guy 'AWore Miss .VJrlalne Johnson, JVlrs -Geo flmseTil, Mrs Robert HardcOl ' Carroll, TrtonRS afid rMlfs ArthU osertmeyir,' St."Sehidict. •• < About 40 shated the courtesy Mrs Hai'dcopf .was assisted iby her sister-in-law, Mrs Gtiy Audce in opening her" itiany gifts. Mr and Mrs Tom Schneider Of Monticello,; was,,, wrivea ssjitUf- day to visit Mr and Mrs .George Grimsehl hotne. They were" en- route home from a'vacation tHp 0 Colorado.' r Laurel Beritlejf of Kansas City, .Ip. spent the Weekend in the Mr and Mrs Phil!C.JL|chty home. Key. J, IPaul Stevens, pastor of he local Evangelical ; ;United Brethren Church returned Mdn- day , morning to .Cedar Falls, where the past several weeks he has been building a cottage at Riverview Park,Cainp. Mr and Mrs Janies Mallory had guests-over the weekend Fridr.y I evening guests were her aunt and I uncle, Mr and Mrs R. C. Adams of Des Moines. Saturday evening I guests .were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johanses, Lone'Rock; and Mr and Mrs John Struecker, Fenton and families. - 1J ' Mr and Mrs Henry Studer, sons, Marvin and Richard of Rdck Island, 111. visited friends here Saturday. They visited his parents, Mr an.d Mrs Juluis Studer in Corwith and her mother, Mrs Alice Anderegg in West Bend. : Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty of birthday of "Mr Meyer Oct.ifi ' ' L ~ " and daughters .yisiteii Her t Mrs, D.; D;'fBroadlc:'• Sunday. •, Mrs' Beo^dle ed them hd'me iw a ! : visit." ..-••••:r. -f, v . Mr and-, Mrs f A.- -Dt 'rtfie +#iJiiiii3_"i.; i.luKV t'--***^ ^||;; : i&^-^ : " : ,,:•<&&•* '-. 4- •- lt jMf ;•'• 11. vijj j r . v .f .,|^iL A\. Aidhe, <Maf |ef yr •> ah-d l;1&tr.-#$ to \afta Engineer ; Scn'dbl, 'Fort MelVolf, yg.g,..«_. ... .,.,,.^.^, : , 1 ,, i ,V 1: . ; ... ; .^- tf >--t •/The 1 -cwWev>6f^«dL i t^4itt|tif,;inf iwargeryf"amr parejus) jwr , ana i tne.pjperatipn .fildjmmKlfnffjee^c f SlffSFre'd lASchej. live in liSkota, - roads' attd^a{EsfrSjp;''A^|fflern|-;Mi •j^jri^^t.i*^-^.-^*!*^^--^^^^-^^ Li^.^^^j.-ii^. -^^3^^^^^afe^^L/,,-i.t ^.^j... U;^^a|5^;^V>^3aAJ.'JjrfM' .»JBMMi^^^.u^^il^.^...^ i ;ii^.^^ J _i^^a,-^-.-.r f .^^^ t i-a.....a.-ia.»Jt^>a±a^ a ^: » A".'«.."i5"i_yj-,^cj r »*.,wyv*p, 1 ,,v(ui:sn t laVe to take ,86 Jttftfty back. v -S&leSttiajyhip iS;«tK^iaDHjty to daflse; *6tfteft? tB'^hJrift fM you tfcjnjj;'. -ia.^,.^^'.^ ;;; , pep. j^miiies Saturday a,nd |urt- lOW^ ; %»s^,, ,r» r,.>.,,>,,;'|l:-:t „','•+• . • ilte \nd "1— __ , ,tfnd . mart had''as .. olpfed boys', md Mervin —.™.^, riends of their sori,'Bob „.,.,., man. They are students at •» University,of Dubuque in Pul^li^de'dlhe'a'rinliai'..,,. ^Jf»^^'-^S?&^K^^ on Johnny visited relauyes ov,erIchurch? "•f-• • ; • „ , In £acdnfl'^H;l •••fflt fond Mrs Hugh.,Shirk wete- .„, _..„ ...«.».ioia. . . ;,.< dinner guests' -Sunday -in ; the par'-. Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman ental, Mf ^ahd'Mrs^ Glaire Jbnds rHHnv r »,'ci»in r c; +u " ? f » U sp fl; h i )me in Roy ' a1 ' visitefl-His motHef, Friday. visiUng their sister ehti I Mrs B. F. Jones, Linn Grbve in ' ' 'Altii aiid-^ith fife ST M—T t, • • '™i «;.«• tJ""-t s I'F^T " um e in-Aiia ana \witn n is Blesle, .LeRpy and WiUa ReaM sister, Mr-arid Mrs CrB. Kremen' £etersen, Minn. They fepprt M<Sack in Newell.' , .' ' " Blesie resting .comfortably at her » >, Mr, and 'Mrs Gyril Woodsen 'of home after medical treatment ^at; Eagle .Grove 1 Avere Monday ° Rochester. •••.••< i uv_ *.-..-...-• .-.- . .-..-.. f. Mrs Curtis in, the ,. .. • • i i guests 6f .their, dau- a patient ghtfer, v Mr and,Mrs ^ a y Agard. ;",-.-r —"- JHospital in DesxMr.s/James Neville, .daughter, Momes, underwent majbr surgfirH Diarte, of •Ame.s; Mrs Vera Ahd- there Saturday, ;Mr Morgan ^ Mark and;Donna,.Donkey, •ports Her ..condition satisfactoij LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN r UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience 4>f Our Customers AND SAVE ^^^^ , 1^ WiWBI With These Every-Day Low Prices BOXED STATIONERY FOLDED SHEET & ENVELOPES 89c VALUE 59C DUTCH MAID SUGAR WAFER STRAWBERRY & VANILLA FLAVORS 1 lb. Package 34° NAPKINS 80 COUNT - WHITE pkg. CARD TABLE REINFORCE? TQP-STRAIN RESISTANT Regular Size $39 TYPEWRITING PAPER 50e TABLET J7C SPECIAL AFTER DINNER MINTS 1 l,b. Bag ALUMINUM COOKING SET WITH CAKE & PIE MIXES NEW DESIGN -UTENS, IIS $2.98 Value - This Weekend Only BOY'S FLANNEi SHIRTS <ize 2 to 6x 79° 1 CRAYOIAS ' MIN & ftOY'f ARGYIE SOCKS Anfclef -, Fancy falfern »o 13 LANGMACK VARIETY BIN FRANKLIN i ... .. «, .i«u* 4*. »«i4^4 , A^^/iiikOf AS\Jll 41 Cjr t Cedar Rapids and "Gerald Heben- ,er of; Mason .City, were' Sunday guests . of Mr • and 'Mrs Arthur Dimmer. Hulda Fritzemeier of Waverly ,,ajwe,ekend yisitor here. Miss Fritzemeier teaches '• English in WartbUTg .College.' •'.--•Mr' -and Mrs'Robert Bi'gings Lynn and Bradley visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Wendt and family ; in Bode. • • • , : •' ;;\Mr; and -Mrs James , Mallory attended the funeral of John HO- mann in Fenton, Thursday. .Mrs Amelia, Behnkendorf was .entered Jh Lutheran hospital. Ft. Podge,, Sunday afternoon, where she is under observation. " V-Mr and Mrs Carl" Goetsch, Mr and. Mrs Duane Riley. and David :6f:Algqna visited in the William .Gyetsch home Saturday evening. :I!ftej;occa"sion was: th*e birthday of >.Mrs William Goetsch. Mrs GOetsch has been confined to her be;d and home- the, past month, due to illness. 1 . . ; : ' Lakola — Sharon Dorenbush, daughter of Mr and Mrs John A. Do.renbush ah'd Harlan, so'n'of Mr and Mrs Maynard Hertzke, were united ;in marriage at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1. . The ceremony was performed by Rev. Laverne Miniecke in St. Paul's Lutheran church. • • The couple was ' attended by Barbara Peterson, Lakota, and 'Harley Harms of Buffalo Center. The ne\VvMr and Mrs Hertzke Were both members of the 1955 gr^.^nfi class of the Lakota nigh school. 'Harlan is employed with a car penter crew and Sharon is work ffS for the Johnson Produce. They are at home in an apartment ip the home of the bride- .erpoin's parents. Wallentines Hosts Mr and Mrs Ted Wallcntine were hosts to the Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Wednesday, fne evening was spent in discus- wn.jj the Resolutions. bttlcers Installed , _ New officers installed at the Westminster Fellowship Sunday eyening at the' Presbyterian church were Helen Mamminga, Moderator; Donna Hippen vice Moderator; Gerald Heetland, Stated Clerk; and Luella Mamminga, treasurer. Mr and Mrs Qrville Ruby and family and Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland attended funeral services for Mrs Henry Ploeger at the E. and R. Church in Ledyard Friday afternoon. The deceased was Mrs Ruby's mother and grandmother of Mrs Heetland. f Mr and Mrs John Cuneo of Memphis, Tenn.' have been guests the past Jwo weeks of the letter's mother, Mrs Mary Roller. Mrs Cuneo is the former Novella Zgljer. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Brand at Hollandale, Minn. Miss Arlene Ruby of'Mankato 1 was a visitor at the parental Orville Ruby home, Thursday and Friday- She cams to attend fu- neraJ services for her grandmo- "-"-. Mrs Henry Ploeger at Led. Mrs John Gnadke of Good Thunder. Minn, was a guest o( Mr and Mrs L. A. Nitz Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Gnadke is the former Esther Schneider. Mr and Mrs AJ Buckets of Ox ford were visitors several dav» laft week with their son, Cliff aivi family. Ed/w. L. Gutknecht arrived hojne last week frQjn L^Portjj, S^ik., Canada, where he had spent the gumjner ojn his farm. ,,4 sCMen pound daughter was born to Mr 4n4 Mrs Morris Wort- aian. Sunday, Oct. 2 at the Britt Hospital. She has been named .Connie .and is the first grand- ch|ld for Mr and Mrs Ernest A, IjPgrtman. Idr and Mrs Lee 01- sgj .are the maternal grandpar- «' , Mrs Holland Jutting of Buffalo Center were Sunday suesis at the Hcnnun Jutlinjj home. . * RUST ' • It'ACK/OOlO .» lUCKXOKEEN ( rlMtlHTONI* '•* MAHOOANf • KNOtrr UNI OINOHAM *UlD • CIEEN/WHITE' • VEIIOW/WHITE .•' tiUE/WHITE • OBAY/WHiTE. * • »ED/WHITI. \ . . • _^__ , _ _...V..' " ••:•'•'^^_fi ,/*»\ jLdol... you'/* almagiciah! Oi if yeurtilf wUVlflX! A ti?yt&i,'i f«w mlnufei and priito! Juit pt«l-off fh« backing and smooth into plect, it *»'ek«| No pa»te, no tackt, MO.wattr, no m«M. Ut* STIX on furnitur*. eablnefl - *!•''«• 9l««.. •'-*»/ el.. B ,vfmo9t(r.«(^ ««rf*c. . ... and if itiel.l • MO/WHlli - -'*> F!^**9"» y«l»«. «!<• ?!«»»"«» «h«t-*!j>« el»«n in • wMik'of * damp ,e!o»h. Waferproof! P«rn<aMBtl 'Choon front • lf»l»h«$, 3* color .combinations. :. - '•U/; > s"- '-x-,V [• .v ' >•:'•••.• KITCHIN PRINT • RED AND OMEN ' ON WHII6 -nsiilated -Bjg Bargain oney Saving -nly the Best -o Better Buy BOY'S 0| GIRLS SURCOATS -on't Delay Nylon c«l«J>««n\ gabardine wlJh .M«futpn>U(iT, 100 -. W8rm . y ^ proud oil I ¥ «i m r,o 20.' -top In Now Headquarters Galore At Your SURPLUS STORE Feature Value! B-9 Air Corps Style Parka Coat i $13,00 Vqlue S 10.95 Made of genuine govj. 9 oz. sateen outer shell with 16 o*. wool quilted lining in body, ileeves and hood. Moutpn fur • trimmed hood. Full *ipper «nd button front. Four deep pockets. Sites 6 lo 20. SPECIAl PURCHASU Luxuriously *oli betutilul SUEDE JACKET & b tot on -» is •nwn buy them. ft/t- :>V'»••*.;., * '^'V .,

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