The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 39
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
Page 39
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Oct. 1 Was Moving Day In Many Whittemore Homes rl4lM*st^jt r-i i . e — Saturday was in Whiu *™re. Ray. VO «>1«» the former i pn ty"™ and movcd to J, B. Geelan farm vacated bv his parents. Mr and Mrs Herman VoiRt moved to their home in the north part of town. Mr and Mrs Voigt lived on the Geelan farm for the past 40 years. Mr ,,nd Mrs Ralph Bauer mov- frn ."u hr l ' ast p;lrf of «"wn Horn the new brick home purchased this spring by Ferdinand Ostwald who retired from his I arm and movpd to his home Hi-? M'n-in-hm-, Willis Struecker, moved into the home on the Ostwald farm. The Bauers moved from the Archie Voi K l addition m the north part of town to their new home which was built this summer. Mr and Mrs J, S. Nortlseth moved from the Harold Heinrich garage home to their new homo wrm-ii was also built this summer on the Voigt addition. They all moved Saturday, Oct. 1. House Warming Pariy Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening When a group of relative''; gathered at their home for a house warming parlv. Those present included Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voi S t and family. Mr and Mrs Milton Kspe and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers and' daughter Arlone. Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwaid. Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Francos. Mr and Mrs George" Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arnold Mudge) Wagner, all of here; Mr and Mrs pwaid Voigt. Mr and Mrs Harold S20 Saving If You Buy Now! Genuine Birectionair Blow /•• ColemanSas Heater Colemon HEATER Tikis Less Gas to Keep You Warmer! • PowtrM Cireulofing Action —N» Mort Cold Floori. Cold Corn«n • Eiclutiv* 'Hut-Ribbon' lurntr Sav*i Cat • Sole-Cool Cobintt fvh Mort H*at in lh« Room • CKolc* of Mod.U...for Ont Roan •r Whol* Hovt* Act Now! Offer Limited! BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778 or See "The Wildest Trader In Town" HE'LL TRADE FOR ANYTHING His Latest Trade Was A Goat DON'T FORGET ! Come In Any Time And REGISTER Until Friday, Dec. 33 For Your Chance To Win A V FREETV Admiral worth $219.95) Come In As Many Times A* You like To Register. No Purchase Necessary I Drawing Fri. Nite, Dee. 23 [ \ BEECHER Lane Appliance! Voigt, Mrs Elsie Hansen and Rosella Voigt, all of Algona. Elberi fteunion Meld The families of the late Mr and Mrs Peter Elbert held a family reunion at the Academy hall last week, Sunday. Present were Otto Elbert of Los Angeles. Calif.; Mr and Mrs Lewis Elbert and Mildred Fuchsen of Pocahontas; Mr and Mrs Leo Elbert of Corwith; Carol Elbert of Cedar Falls; Mr and Mrs Cletus Elbert and family and Mr and Mrs Lewis Schumacher and family of Algona; Mr and Mrs Gene Harig of Vermil- Hon, S. D.; Mr and Mrs Bert Fuchsen. and Mr and Mrs (JrVille Fuchsen and family of West Bend: Madonna Elbert of Min* neapolis; Sylvester Hayes of Mason City; Mrs Rosa Schumacher. Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert, Mr and Mrs Virgil Elbert. Mr and Mrs Wayne Elbert and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gary Elbert, Mr and Mrs John M. Farrell, Mr and Mrs Andy Elbert, Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert. Mr and Mrs Richard J. Vaughn. Mr and Mrs Ralph Schumacher and family and Mr and Mrs Leo Walters and Mr and Mrs George EJbert of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Milo Kollasch of Algona: and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Schumacher and family of Armstrong. Lynn Balgeman, Nine Mr and Mrs Harlan Balgoman entertained a number of guests Thursday evening in honor of their son Lynn on his 9th birthday. The guests included Mrs Ida Kuecker of Letts Creek, Mr and Mrs Kei-mit Kuecker of West Bend; Mr and Mrs C. E. Miller and daughter Sharon, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers of Burt. Mr and Mrs Earl Rudnick and family of Cylinder. Returns On Visit Mrs Ruth Sievcrt of Aitkin, Minn., a former Whittemore girl, visited with Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmody Sunday. Her father, Edward Weisbach. who operat ed a lumber yard here in 1895, was well known by many of the older people here. They left Whittemore and moved to Wisconsin, when Mrs Sievert was four years old. Birthday Honors Mr and Mrs Marion Hyink entertained a number of friends and neighbors Thursday evening in honor of Mr Hyink's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Theodore Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs John Marie, Mr and Mrs Carl Reed, Mr ^d, Mrs Henry Mueller, Mr and Mrs Frank Pickarski. and Mr and Mrs Gco. Meyer. Cards were played and Henry Mueller and Mrs Freci Kollasch winning high, John Marie and Mrs Carl Reed IQW, and Mrs Pickarski. won the travel prize. Dinner Honors Birthday Mr a"Tid Mrs Gordon Jensen entertained a number of relatives Monday night at a 6:30 dinner in honor of Mrs Gordon's father, Mr George Wichtendahl. who had a birthday on Tuesday. Present were Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and family, and Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Russ Burns and family of Thor; Mr and Mrs George' Wichtendahl and family of West Bend: Mr and Mrs Edwin Krate of Addison, ID.; Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon and Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl of Whittemore. 44th Anniversary A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Geo. Meyer Sept. 27, to help them celebrate their 44th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Depew. Mr and Mrs Paul Deitrich and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and . daughters, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs Harry Seely, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Rae, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Walter L. Meyer, and Walter A. Meyer. Infant Baptized Duane Fredrick, infant son of Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich, was baptized Sunday morning at St. Paul's Lutheran church. His sponsors were Mrs George Wohlrabe of Fairmont, Minn, and Melvin Heinrich. Dinner guests in his honor were Mr and Mrs Fred Heinrich and daughter, Marian, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich. and Mr and Mrs George Wohlrabe. Mr and Mrs George Meyer visited with Mr and Mrs Morris Nissen at Renwick Sunday afternoon. Terry B. Behlmer, Mrs Edward Maahs and daughter Elaine visited with Mrs Behlmer at the Park hospital at Mason City Sunday. She is suffering with a kidney infection. Mrs Behlmer was the former 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 and Mrs Otto BeU and Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited with Mr and Mrs Henry Krueger in West Bend Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Edwin Krate of Addison, 111. returned to tfien home Monday after visiting here at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Heinrich. Mrs Harry Schmeling, Mrs Anna Wehrspann, Mrs Edward Lone Rock Folks Move To Arizona ton* flock—Mr and Mrs Donald Marlow and daughter Dobra left 'Thursday for Phoenix, Ari. where (hey wil) make their home. A farewell party was held in their honor Tuesday evening at the Jim Marlow home. Those present were Mr and Mrs Donald Marlow, Mr and Mrs Jirrt Marlow, Mr and Mrs Mar- lih Bailsman, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Denisc Priebe, Mr and Mrs Larry Holding, Lila Schmidt and Donnfe Riebhof. The evening was spent playing 500 with prizes going to Don Marlow and Lila Schmidt for high and -low to Mrs Larry Holding and Jim Marlow. Greinert, Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda and Mrs Louis Braatz called on Mr and Mrs George Meyer Friday evening. The South Side Card Club met at the home of Mrs Emma Knecht Wednesday evening, Mrs Anna Baas, winning high; Mrs Louis Braatz, low and Mrs Geo. Maahs, travel. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bertness of Santa Cruz, Calif, visited %vith Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles last week. Mr and' Mrs Norman Schult/. and daughter Debra, Mrs Ruth Schultz and Mrs Mamie Kuecker visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Kuecker in Ames Sunday. They also called on Erwin Kuecker who is a patient in a hospital at Ames. Mr and Mrs Albert Streit and daughter Nancy of St. Cloud. Minn, 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 and 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 Mr? Herbert Schmidt and son Mervin, Mr and Mrs L. H. Wehrspann and family, Walter A. Meyer, Mian d Mrs Melvin Heinncn, 'Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann, Agnes Shipporite and Dorothy Rosendahl. Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil Larson Mrs E. E. Thompson is a patient at St. Joseph hospital, Mankato, where last week, Tuesday, she- underwent eye surgery. E. E. Thompson has remained in Mankato to be near her, and her sons Dettmer and Lionel have made trips to visit her. Renn Kluger of Pasadena, Cai came last week Wednesday to visit his parents, Mr and Mi: Herman Kluger. Renn visited at the home of his brother and family. Roy Klugers on Thursday and his sister ami brother-in- law, Mr and Mrs Milton Peterson on Saturday. The Swea-Harrison 4-H Club .met Monday evening at the home of Larry Torine. Mrs Nina Traub arid Mr and Mrs Kirk Shoemaker of Carlisle' and Mrs Minnie Keeney of DCK Moines were Saturday until Sunday visitors at the home of a sister. Mrs Joe Preston. Mr and Mrs Bob Preston and son Jim. were guests of Mr and Mrs Jimmie Preston, .while Mr and Mrs Alfred Neilson and daughter Marilyn stayed at the home of her sister, Mrs Roger Linde. The visitors came here for the wedding Saturday afternoon of Gwen Link, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Link, and Tomas son of Mr and Mrs Joe Preston. Mr and Mrs Roy Link of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors at I the home of his brothers, Ervin ! and Sam Link. Rev. Peter Peters j and daughter Lee Ora were over- nite guests Friday at the Ervin Links'. The visitors came here j to attend the Link - Preston wed- j ding. . j Miss Barbara Mino, student at ! Baptist College, Sioux Falls, j S. D. spent the weekend at the parental. Mr and Mrs Walter j Mino home. j Mr and Mrs Bruce Shaffer of • Brookings, S. D. visited Satur- ' day to Sunday at the home of her ; aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs John i Jongberg. j Mr and Mrs Robert Sexe of Fairmont, Minn, recently became parents of a daughter, (heir first child. Mrs Sexe is the former Edna Anderson, youngest daughter of the late Ed. Anderson. Mr and Mrs Howard Nagle and r-hilrlrpn Rhorilyn ami Bobbif nf Slnirburn. Minn, were Sunday noon dinner guests at Francis Torine. In afternoon Mrs Naglc and Mrs Tonne called on Mrs Nagle's parents, Mr and Mrs Petry Torine in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and Richard and Mrs Nora Olson vi.-i;ed Sunday at the home of Mrs Nora Olson's sister, Mrs'-Jessie Cromwell at Carroll. Mr and Mrs Dale Rend and children of near Estherville and Mr and Mrs Roy Miller were Sun- clay noon dinner guests at Orvillo Miller's. Wilhelmis Move To Their New Home, Bancroft Bancroft—Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi moved to their new home just south of the Wilbur Fox home. Mr and Mrs Reins- back moved into the home they purchased from the Wilheimis. Arndorfer and Schemmel purchased the building where the Reinsback had their paint shop and they will move the T-V and Radio shop there. \ Dallman-Huff Wedding Vows Spoken Sept. 30 Wesley — Beverly Alice Dallman, daughter of Otto Dallman and the late Mrs Dallman of Britt. became the bride of Eugene V. Huff, son of Mr and Mrs John HufT of Wesley, on Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in First Lutheran Church in Britt. Rev. Paul Aclox officiated. Thursdoy, October 6, 1955 Atgona (|«.) Upper fte* Mo!n«S-S Mr and Mr? Perry Torine and Mr and Mrs John Shay and Mr and Mrs Ben Brink attended the wedding of their niece. Lola Mae Erickson at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Algona. Saturday morning. They also attended the dinner in the Church Hall and icreption at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Floyd Erick- Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig are the parents of their fifth daughter born recently at Holy Family Hospital. Estherville. Mr and Mrs Dan McGee received word of a 13 Ib. son born 1" Mr and Mrs Bobert Ascelo of Des Muines. This is the first srandson fur the McGee's. Mrs Asc< lo was the former Delores McGee. Roger Leo Wilhelmi. son of Mrs Evil Wilhelmi. left Monday for Dv< Monies. Roger has enlisted m the Air Forte. His wife will r'-'inain here until later. large crowd attended >n services in St. John's ie past week. The bride, given in marriage by her frit her, wore n winter white faiiie street length gown with black accessories and carried a white Bible, gift of the bridegroom, and an arm bouquet of rod ro«es. She was attended by her sister, Emily. The bridegroom W;»s attended by his brother Lylp Huff. Ushers were Donald Dallman and Lewis Dallman, brothers of the bride. Candlelighters were Glenn Petkin and Andrew Huff. A reception in the church par- lors was held for 125 guests. Mesrl.'inies Don Hansen, Leo Sankey and Alma Steenhard were hostesses. Waitresses were Marlyn Steenhard, Sandra Tucker and Darlene Thompson. The bride is a graduate of the Britt high school and the bridegroom graduated from Wesley high school. He served two 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. Business is like oil. it won't mix with anvthmg but business. The Best Deal In Town! Because we are closing out our entire floor stock of INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Refrigerators and Freezers! The International 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 REASONABLE PRICE REFUSED! INTERNATIONAl HARVESTER REFRIGERATORS (l)-A85-8'4 ft. $229.95 (2)~A95P-9Vi ft $289.95 (I)-AKfcDX-l(m ft. —$374.95 (2HA120P-12 ft. $389.95 FREEZERS (DA20-20 ft. chest $449.95 (1)-A16-16 ft. chest __.$399.95 (1)-AV15-15 ft. upright $409.95 (3)-HG 4-Four Can Milk Coolers. Reg. price $425. Special Now $225.00 Th«f« Are list Prices - We Are Willing TQ Sacrifice Hundreds of Dollars To Move These Out Now! ALGONA IMPLEMENT PHONf 1407 COMMERCIAL ST. GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONY I In The Newest Graham Fashions! STUNNING NEW ARRIVALS AT BUDGET PRICES Fine Fabric CO ATS Plushy Fleeces and Downy Wools in Graham's Week-End Showing! 29 98 A "fashion" story in their fabrics! ... a "fashion" story in their stylings! Coats rich in texture and color, wilh the controlled fullness thai is fall's lop coal nole . . . and such details as pocket labs and martingales lo point up Iheir newness. Try on the new coats at Graham's this weekend . . . and nole the special budget price lags on these fashionable fall and winter coals. SHORTIE COATS With wooly alpaca-like fabrics that are the big lews of Ihe "shortie world"! Fresh sparkling :olors add zest and dash to each and every shor- :ie. All sizes. 19.98 to 34.98 Newest Style N-o-t-e-s in New Softly Flowing Lines in Dresses Made Real "Fashion News" by Their Flattering New Fabrics 98 5 98 „ 10 Just as in Ihe new coats, fabrics and slyling combine lo bring new fashion sparkle to these Graham dresses. Richly flattering new crepes, mixtures and failles, in frocks wilh 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 — to achieve for such little money top outfits that will take you places. And such famous labels as "Ship N' Shore" and "Lampl!" BLOUSES 2.98 to 5.98 SWEATERS 2.98 to 5.98 SKIRTS 3.98 to 5.98 Graham s Use Graham's LAYAWAY PUN I

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