The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 11
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'.''•'' ' ' - - ; • • t - ;••--' ttot.1 Was Moving Dayin ' . '.. ,.*•_•* ' £tt' ' . * •' ••'•„•,'. ^^" Homes tMe n ui and Wo ve ^ from Hi n and moved tb his home * fu rm '. ' T! 16 Bauers •n in the nbrt . to the Ost- House Warming Party ' . Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt were Pleasantly surprised Sunday ^ffewhen a group of relatives gathered at. their home for a house warming party/Those pre" Cldecl M ' and Mrs , Mi« a i? d fam i ly - Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers and daugh- ^^ ar « n «. Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Mrs Mathilda Meyer, M M M". Arthur 'HeidenwJth Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Fran M S ' M J™ nd A M ' rs Geoz> ge Meyer Mr and' Mrs Arnold (Judge) ner,, all of here; Mr and Ewald Voigt, Mr and Mrs Harold nos, -.; r • families 6frth§llW-MV and Peter Elbfert held a family -_— ^ . *. « ^.j^aa,, vvcic OttO' .4..,.-- fos Angeles, Calif.; Mr, Mrsl,Lewis Elbert and Mil- of Pocahbntas; Mr Elbert of Cor with! of Cedar Palls; Mr ~»*—-us; Elbei't ajid'fahi- Mr and Mrs Lewis Schti* and family of Algona; Mr Gene Harig of Vefmil- i«un. • a.-D.(' Mr and, Mta Be'rt Fuchsen, ana-Mr and!Mrs Oryjlle ^"po'lis; -Sylveste'r Hayes "-6i £? Clt 3\ Mrs Rosa Sehumach. Mr and Mrs Prank W. Elbert, and Mrs,Virgil Elbert, Mr and firs Wayne Elbert:and daughter. M - and Mrs Gary Elbert, Mr and ! John M. Farrell, 1 Mr arid Mrs 'ih D -rt E A? ert| 2**, and Mrs Earl .Ibert, Mr and Mrs Richard 3i Vaughn, Mr and Mrs Ralph Schumacher and family and Mr and Mrs Leo Walters and Mr and •"> G 5 0 Jf e EIb ?rt of Whittemore, and Mrs Milo Kollasch of Alona; and Mr and Mrs Lawrence chumacher and family of Armtrong. • Lone Rock Folks ta ij--»i- ;----—Mf aiid Mrs w wu"^ f n 3 •fy&Met Debra ift Thursday .for 1 Phoenix,' Wri, "It t ^' Wi ^ a ^ e H? hbf "e. farewell, pa^y wa's held in in *^ ••«»*«* _ A. wteoue» < y uvcning fi( ..^ Jim Mai-low" home. ;• ..Tftese p-reseflt, were Mr and Mrs Donald Maflb\y, Mr and Mrs Jim^Marlow, Mr'and Mrs Maf- M:5ttusman, Mr and Mrs Gefte Blfinchard. Mr, ahd Mrs Fritz NewbrbUgh, Mr ahd Mrs Denise Priebe, Mr and Mrs Larry Hold- b£'uiM la m ? chmidt and Donnfe Ktephpf. The evening was- spent playiite BOO -with prizes going ?6 pon.Maflow and Lila Schmidt for high and low to Mrs Larry Holding an"d Sim 'Marlow. For Limited Time Only With Purchase of New 1955 ynn Balgeman, Nine «_*». i • -Mrs-.Harlan "uimrmuii entertained a number of guests Thursday evening in honor o their son Lynn-on his 9th birth day. The guests included Mrs Id Kuecker of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Kermit I Kuecker of Wes Bend; Mr and Mrs C. E 'Mille 1 and daughter Sharon, Mr and Mr Bernard Miller and Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers of Burt, Mr and .Rudnick and family of Grei ut rt ' E r l Anna Bflas and daughter' Elda and • Mrs Louis Braatfe'bailed on Mr and Mrs Ge °| r ge.Meyer Friday everting;., ' The South Side Card Club ? me £.' $? ... ho . m<; .. of Mrs Emm Swea & Eagle Maahs, travel.. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bertneiss o Santa Cruz, Calif, visited' with Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles las Coleman HEATER Takes Less Gas to Keep You Warmer! • Pow»rM Circulating Action-No Mori Cold Floon, Cold Corncri • Excluiivt "Blut-Ribbon* turntr Savti Oal • Soft-Cool Cabin*! Putt Mor* Htol s Jn Iht Room • Choice of MocUlt...fer Ont Room «r Who)* Hevi* Act Now! Offer Limited! BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778- or See 'The Wildest Trader In Tow" HEU TRADE FOR ANYTHING His Latest Trade Was A Goa DON'T FORGET! Come In Any Tima And REGISTER Until Friday, Dec. 23 For Your Chance To Win A FREE TV (Admiral worth $319.95) Come In A* Many Times, As You Like To Register, No Pur? chase Necessary I > Drawing Fri. Nile, Dec. 23 BliCHiR Lane Appliances Returns On Visit M Mrs Ruth Sievert of Aitkin Minn., a former Whittemore girl visited with Mr -and Mrs Thomas Carmody Sunday. Her father, Edward Weisbach, who operated a lumber yard here in 1895 was well known by many of the Slu®« people here - Thev left Whittemore and moved to Wisconsin, when Mrs Sievert was four years old. Birthday Honors Mr; and Mrs Marion Hyink en- ertamed'a number of friends and neighbors Thursday evening in lonor of Mr Hyink's birthday, 'resent were Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch, fir and Mrs Theodore Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Herman Vbigt, Mr nd Mrs John Marte, Mr and Mrs carl Reed, Mr and Mrs Henry '"-Heiv....Mr* -and- ^Mrs; Frank jarski, and^Mr.' and- Mrs Geo'. rteyer. Cards were played and ienry Mueller and Mrs Free, Kollasch -winning high; John Marte and Mrs Carl Reed low and Mrs Pickarski, won the trave prize. Dinner Honors Birthday Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen entertained a number of relative Monday night at a 6:30 dinner in honor of Mrs Gordon's father, M George Wichtendahl, who had a birthday on Tuesday. Presen were Mr and Mrs Harlan Wich tendahl and family, and Mr and Mrs-Leonard Prost and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Russ Burns and family of Thor; Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and family of West Ben&; Mr and Mrs Edwin Krate of Addisqn, 111,; Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon and Mi* and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl of Whitte more. • .' 44th Anniversary A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Geo. Weyer Sept. 27, to help them celebrate their 44th w*ddmg anniversary. Guests included\ Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Depew, Mr and Mrs Paul Deitrich and fam- ly, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence VTeyer and family, Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and daughters, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and fam- ly, Mr and Mrs Harry Seely, Mr nd Mrs Ernie , Meyer and son Idon Rae, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Waiter L. Meyer, and Walter A. Meyer. Infant Baptised i Duane Fredrick, infant son o Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich, wa baptized Sunday morning at S Paul's Lutheran church. Hi sponsors were Mrs George Wohl rabe of Fairmont, Minn, and Melvin Heinrich. Dinner guest in ,his honor were Mr and Mr Fred Heinrich and daughter Marian, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hein rich, and Mr and Mrs George Wohlrabe. ' Mr and Mrs George Meyer visii- ed with Mr and Mrs Morris Nissen at Renwick Sunday after noon. Terry B. Behlmer, Mrs Edward Maahs and daughter Elaine visited with Mrs Behlrner at the Park lospital at Mason City Sunday. She is suffering with a kidney nfection. Mrs Behlmer was the 'ormer Evelyn Maahs. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle and Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited with.Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke at Lotts Creek Tuesday evening. Mr ajid Mrs Otto Bell and Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited with Mr and Mrs Henry Rvueger in West B f eo4. Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Edwin Krate pf Adoison, 111. returned to tnea home M9nday after visiting here at the home of Mr w»c| Mrs Fred Heinrich. „ Harry »S*hmelin WelM-spaon, Jfrg Mr and Mrs Norman Schult and daughter Debra, Mrs Ruth Schultz and Mrs Marilie Kueckei visited at the home of > Mr'.and Mrs Erwin Kuecker in-Ames Sunday. They also called oh.'Erwin Kuecker who is >'a patient: in a hospital at Ames. .' , Mr and Mrs Albert Streit: and daughter Nancy", of St. Cloud winn. and Mr. and Mrs Frank Schmiler of St. Joe, Minn, spent the weekend here with Mr,and Mrs George Streit. Mrs Conrad'Knecht and son of Hudson, Wis. are visiting at the home of her daughter aftd son-in- law, Mr and Mrs John F. -Baas. Mr and Mrs Russell: Frost of Pensacola., Fla. were visiting with relatives here and old friend,last week. , ' ; Elmer Ostwald celebrated his birthday last week Monday night Guests included Mr and Mrs Herbert Schmidt and son Mervin, Mr, and Mrs L. H. Wehrspann and family, Walter A, Meyer, Mr jmd Mrs Melvin Heinricn, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann, Agnes Shipporite and Dorothy Rosendahl. Mrs E.' E,-.Thompson is a patien, ftt'-.St Joseph ^hospital, Mankato, where last %e'ek, Tuesday, she underwent' eye surgery; E. E Thbmpsefn has remained in Mah^ kato. to ; be near her, ahd her sons j Dettmer! and Lionel hav6 made trips to Visit her. i Renn 'Kltiger of 'Pas'aderta, Cat came last w^ek Wednesday to visit his parents, Mf arid Mrs German Klugerl Renn visited at ;he home of his brother and farrl- ly. Roy Klugers on Thursday and his sister and brother-im aw, Mr arid Mrs Milton Peterson on Saturday. , ' : • .'.The S.wea-Harrjson 4-'H Clitb" met Mohday evening at the hbnid of Larry Torine. ' ' ' Mrs,Nina'Traufe and Mr and Mi-s Kii-k Shoemaker 'of/Carlisle and Mrs. Minnie 'Kee'ney' of DeS Moines Were Saturday'uittil Suri- day visitors a'f the- Kdme of a 1 sister. Mrs Joe Preston. Mr and Mrs Bob Preston Sn'd son Jim, were gu.ests df Mr arid Mrs Jimmie Preston/ while Mr and Mrs Alfred, Neilsoh and dattghter Mal'- llyn stayed at ,the ; home of her sister, Mrs Roger Linde. • The visitors came here'for, the wedding Saturday afternoon; of Gwei Link, daughter of Mr and • Mrs Sarn Link, and Toma's son of Mr and Mrs Joe Preston. ' •' ' Mr and Mrs Roy -Link of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors al the'.hdme of his brothers, Ervin and, Sam Link. ;ReV. Peter Pe{eTs and daughter Lee Ora Were ov'er- nite guests Friday at 'the Ervin Unks'. The Visitors came here to attend the Link - Preston wedding. • , • ' Miss' Barbara Mino, student 'at Baptist College, Sioux Falls, S. D. spent the weekend at the >arental, Mr and Mrs Walter Mino home. ' • ' . .Mr and Mrs Bruce Shaffer of Brookings, S. 'D. visited Saturday to Sunday at the home of he/ unt and uncle, Mr and Mrs John ongberg. Mr and Mrs Robert Sexe of 'airmont, Minn, recently became arerits of a daughter, -their first raid. Mrs Sexe is' the former dna Anderson, youngest 'daugh- er of the late Ed. Anderson. Mr and Mrs Howard Nagle and *f children Sherilyn and Bobbie 0 Shurburn, Minn, were Sundaj noon dinner guests at Franci Torine. In afternoon Mrs> Nagle and Mrs Torino, called on .Mrs Nagle's paraijts, Mr and. Mr Perry Torine in BanA-oft, -Mr and.Mrs'Glenn O'feon and Richard - and Mrs Nora Olson visited Sunday ai the home of Mrs Jfora Olson's sister,- Mrs Jessie,Cromwell at Carroll. , '.' •• Mr , and, Mrs Dale Reed and children of tiear-Estherviile, and Mr and Mrs Roy Miller were Sund /y noon dinner guests at Orvills Miller's. ...;,..... Wilhelmis Move To Their New Home, Bancroft r—Mr and Mrs Roman ......... moved to > therr hew home just south of (he Wilbur Fox home. Mr arrd Mrs Reins- bdck moved into the Home they purchased from the Wilhelmis. Arndorfer ; and Schemmel purchased the' building where the Reinsback had their paint shop and they will move the T-V and Radio shop there. Mr and Mrs Perry Torine and Mr and Mrs John Shay and Mr and Mrs Ben' Brink attended the wedding of their niece, Lola' Mae Eri.ckson at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, Algona, Saturday morning., They also -attended • the dinner in the Church Hall and reception at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Floyd Erickson.; • , Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig are the parents of their, fifth daughter born.recently .at Holy.Fam ily Hospital, Estherville'. Mr and Mrs • Dan McGee re ceived Word of a la Ib. son born to; Mr and Mrs Robert As'celo o Des Moines. This is the firs grandson; for the McGee's. Mr Ascelo Was the former vDelore VfpGee. • \ .. , • , 'Roger'-Leo Wilhelmi, son of Mrs iva WilHelmi, left Monday for 3es Moinesj Roger'has enlisted n; the Air Force. His wife wil •emain "here"'until late'r; !A very large crowd attended .he Mission services in St. John's Cjiurch the past week ^Business is like oil, it won't mix 'with anything but business' "^ ,'^ r : 1 :TF»! •<- ..• •, .••.'. • • ••' ' ••<<.•! '.'-. :•'.'•'• j;?.'/' f-5 .ii - • ~ '•• ~-T ~i~-~ .;.-" • :(•' ',:••< • . • 'I .• I J-f t\ Because we^are closing jouf oiii-ehtire floor stock of * Vt : __ . "•'. "„ ' ••'••.;.••" :; i j ^; , >*. Refrigerators and Geezers! The Interrialional Harvester Co. has sold its refrigeration line effective Jan, 1, 1956 — and therefore we will not be handling any more units other than' our present stock. Only 9 Units left SEE US NOW AND MAKE AN OFFER! NO REAS<DNABLE PRICE REFUSED! INTERNATIONAl HARVESTER • Dallnian-Huff Wedding Vows Spoken Sept. 30 Wesley — Beverly Alice Dall- mart, daughter 6f Otto Dallmart and.the late Mrs Dallman of Britt. became the bride of Eugene V. Huff, son of Mr and Mrs John Huff of Wesley, ,on Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in First Lutheran Church m Britt. Rev. Paul Adex officiated. _Thuraday, Oetober 6, 1955 Algono (»o.) Upper DM Mofnes-3 The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a winter white faille street length, gown with black accessories and carried a white Bible, gift of the bridegroom, and an arm bouquet of red roses. She was attended by her sister, Emily. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Lyle Huff. Ushers were Donald Dallman and Lewis Dallman, brothers of the bride Candlelighters were Glenn Petkin nnd Andrew Huff. A reception in the church par- lors was held for 125 guests. Mesdames Don Hansen, Leo Sankey and Alma Steenhard were hostesses. Waitresses were Marlyn Steenhard, Sandra Tucker and Darlerfe Thompson. The bride is a graduate of the Britt high school and the bridegroom, graduated from Wesley high school. He served tjvo years in the army and received his discharge in May. Following a short wedding trip the couple will live for the present in the parental John Huff home. GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONY I In The Newest Graham Fashions! STUNNING NEW ARRIVALS AT BUDGET PRICES COATS Plushy Fleeces and Downy Wools in Graham's Week-End Showing! 29 A "fashion" story in their fabrics I ... a "fashion" storv m their stylings! Coats rich in texture and color, with the . controlled fullness that is fall's top coal note . . . and such details as'pocket tabs and martingales to point up their newness. Try on the ~new coals al Graham's this weekend .. . and note the special budget price tags on these, fashionable fall and winter coats. SHORTIE COATS ''•>.••"» With • wooly alpaca-like Fabrics that ,are the big news of the "shortie world"! Fresh sparkling :olors add zest- and dash f(6 feach ;and every shor- > tie. .All sizes. ; .'-.' ',• REFRIG6RATORS (!)-A85-8'/ 2 ft. $229.95 (2)-A95D~9 1 /2 ft, ., $289.95 (l)-A106DX^10'/2 ft, —$374.95 (2HA120D-12 ft, ____$389.95 FREEZERS (1)A20-20 ft. chest ^^,-$449.95 ())-A16-16 ft. chest ___$399.95 (D-AV15-15 ft. upright $409.95 (3)-HG 4-Four Can Milk Coolers. Reg. price $425. Special Now ., $225.00 These Are lift Prices - We Are Willing To Sacrifice Hundreds of Dollars To Move These Out Now ! ALGONA IMPLEMENT j H07 COMMWCIAl ST. Newest Style N-o-t-e-s in New DRESSES Softly Flowing Lines in Dresses Made Real "Fashion News" 'fay Their Flatte'ring New Fabrics 5" „ 10 98 Jusl as in the new coals, fabrics and styling combine to bring new fashion sparkle to these Graham dresses. Richly flattering new crop- es, mixtures and failles, in frocks with the new softly flowing lines. Many in two-piece effects as shown. Juniors, misses, women's and half sizes at Graham's! See Graham's Thrilling FALL SEPARATES You can "mix and match" these new sweaters, skirts and blouses at will _ | o achieve for such little money top outfits that will take you places. And such famous labels as "Ship N' Shore" and "Lampl!" (HOUSES 2.98 to 5.98 SWEATERS 2.98 to 5.98 SKIRTS ___ 3.98 to 5.98 G raham s • i . , : •.-,••• - . Use Graham's LAYAWAY PLAN!

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