The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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2-AIgono (la.) Upper Des Moifles fhuraday, October 13, 195$ Band queens from 27 North Iowa iowns arc phlured above as Ihey appeared during the afternoon program Saturday. Oct. I. in conjunction with the 7ih annual Algona Band Festival here. FIRST ROW — Carol Simonson. Rolfe: Jani.-o Gabel. Swea City (Festival Queen); Do; is Hipp, fitonka; Julia Rancy, Wesley: Ruth Green. West Bend: Joan Schuller, Whittemore: Sharon Klein', Seneca: SECOND ROW — Judy Newbrough. Lone Ro-k: Sandra MeLaughlin. LuVerne: Sidney Schnei- dcss. Mallard: Carolyn Forry. Plover: Karen Kav Kleen. Pomeroy: Colleen Elberts, Rodman. THIRD ROW — Yvonne Boiehaidt, Fenton: Caroline Pedersen, Grant: Nadine Emmons, Kan.:wha: Sherry Clabaugh. Lakota: Ann Egesdahl, Ledyard: Geraldine Haack. Livermore. BACK ROW — Betty Madst-n. Cylinder; Kay Moon. Corwith: Ann Lichter. Burt; Priscilla Miller Buffalo Center: Carol Bartik, Butt" Sandra Helm^n, Bode: Karon Homsey, Armstrong. Standing at rear are Delores Chapman, Ruth ,'en. named as Miss Golden Girl of Iowa- Marilyn •Ju: chart. Rntt, 1954 Algona Festival Queen: Cheryl VanderWaal. Algona high Band Queen; and "at upht, Russ Buchanan, master of ceremonies. (Upper Des Moines nowsfoto). Election Held By Lutherans At Whittemore Whittemore — Voting members of St. Paul's Lutheran church held their last quarterly meeting Fiiday evening in the church basement. The meeting was opened by Rev. Weinhold who read a scripture passage and prayer. Election of officers took place. Elder: Elmer F. Bell, was reelected: Trustee, Hugo Meyer was reeleeted: School board.' Ernest Meyer, was elected: Chairman, Oley Gunderson was reeleeted; Vice Chairman. Erwin Siems was elected; Recording secretary, Rueben But/ke was elected: Treasurer. L. H. Peril, was elected: Finance committee, 5 were elected Wayne Bell. Milton Espe. Russell Harris. Archie Voijsl, and Martin Zimmerman. Financial secretary. Fred Ruhnke was elected: Auditing romit- tee. Wayne Gade. Victor Dau. and Gerald Ollom; Nominating committee, William Meyer Jr., Bert Seely, and Merlyn Wegener; Young People committee, Louis Greinert. Alfred Meyer and Walter A. Meyer: Minnion committee, Elmer Maahs. Birthday Honors Among those who were at the Herman Voigt home Friday night were Mrs Pearl Hanson, Mr and Mrs Norman Sennit/, and ^daughter. Debra. Mrs Ruth MAYOR PRESIDES AS ALGONA WOMAN WINS ROOMSIZE RUG AT BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Pictured above is the "crucial moment" last Friday evening at the Bjusirpm Furniture store, when with Mayor B. P. Richardson presiding, Jean Smith of Whittemore drew the lucky name from the box as Roy Bjustrom looked on. The drawing climaxed two weeks of registration after many hundreds of folks walked over a Keepsake Rug that was laid on the sidewalk in front of the store for the period. The rug was cleaned in front of the store Friday evening, and came out sparkling fresh and new. , Schullx. and daughter Janice, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and family, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoidenwith. Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer all of here and Miami Mrs Gerald Ollom, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigl and Rosella Voigt of Algona. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Herman Voigt. Cards were played followed by a lunch. Mr and Mrs Melvin A. Elbert and family of Lakcview spent the weekend at the Andrew S. Elbert and Clifford and Donald Crow ford homes. Rev. and Mrs Paul G. Weinhold left for Rochester. Minn., Sunday afternoon, when? Mr Weinhold will go through the Mayo Clinic. Three new homes will be erected in the near future. The Heinrich brothers are building one which will be sold when completed on the Archie Voigt addition and Alfred Bell is building two homes on Highlawn addition, one for himself and the other for James Kollasch. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gade and family, and Miss Agnes Ship- porite, teacher in St. Paul's school, spent the weekend at Concordia Teachers College at Seward, Nebr. Brenda Gade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gade is a student at Concordia College.' Mr and Mrs John Olson and family of Livermore, and Mr and Mrs Maurice Olson of Fort Dodge were Sunday visitors with Mr and Mrs Roy Adams. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce visited at the home of their son and family. Mr and Mrs James Kuecker in Sioux City. Mr and Mrs E. D. Zermas and son Michael of Manning, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Marvin Derner and family and Henry Derner of Milford, were Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Cletus Berner of here. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Terry B. Behlmer at the Park hospital in Mason City last week Monday. The little Miss was named Debra Jean. Mrs Behlmer, who has been a patient at the Park hospital with a kidney ailment tor the past two weeks, has improved considerable at last report. Mrs August Vaudt Sr., who was a oatient at the Lutheran hospital for the past two weeks was it-leased Sunday and is now at home. Mr and Mrs Henry Harms of Wi'st Bend were Monday visitors with Mr and Mrs John F. Baas. The bride, by her father, white net and Sown. She also Thc- w.inner of a 9x12 Roomsize Rug was Mrs Albert Haag of Algona, ihown in the center of ihe picture above £=i she accepted ihe rug ferom Roy Bjustrom. Florence Bjus- rcm and Frank Mo-hcn. Hers was the name that-appeared en the card drawn by Jean Smilh. The entire "Sidewalk Ji-al of a large rug was, something" entirely new in ihis area, and Jho^g^i Mrs Haag got a perfectly brand-new one ir.t rug that withstood the test cf hundreds of feet can't be Ida apart from new. , FUlRNITURE CO. EAs't TEHMS ESTABLISHED 1925 FREE PARKING 7N Burt Man Weds Armstrong Girl Donna, daughter of Mr and Mis John Hansen. Armstrong, lie- came the bride of Melvin, son of Mr and Mrs Chris Haase of Hurt, in a double-ring ceremony performed in the Nazareth Lutheran Church at Armstrong by Rev. Blockhus. Thursday. Oct.' fi, at 2 p.m. Veil ill was attired in a lace over lalleta wore a lace jacket, fingertip veil and head ban.I 01 seed ppai Is and beads. Her bouquet was of white poms ana carnations, trimmed with blue net and a white satin streamer Her only jewelry was a two strand necklace of pearls, a gifi nt the bridegroom. The maid ot honor was Ber- niet Haase. >i.-,ter of the bikk 1 - gioom. and bridesmaids were Dorothy Wayn^r and Mrs Edward Sathoff, aunts of the bride. Pallie ia Tajloi", couoin of the bride. wa.> lluwer gul. riiii; bearer was Denm^ llaaek. nephew oi tin bl'ideg! ou:i:. i»nd U>ll.'!'S Were Jo!,n Haack and Blairn Saxtoii. Best mail wa> Marvin ILinst-n. brother of the bride, and gruoms- nien were Errul Huack and Clyde : A ri-ception for !25 gui-Ms w.i.-- : ''.'••'•! Hi the chu; eh jja; I'H.-, !o|- | j lowing the i-w'ftr.ony. Leon., | j Haase. .-;>ter up the bridegroosr.. ! •: cut and .-(.!•> e.i t!i.' -4-tiereil wed- .l;ng caKi-. Mis Leo Elbert poui- | ed. dinning ii.iom ho>te.->s war- I Mrs Andy .Qrauj;, ^V£i>. ; Mrs Blaine Saxton, Mrs Erwin Engholm, Bern ice Plath, Patsy Jorgenson and Helen McElewee. The bride is a graduate of Armstrong high school and the bridegroom is in the army, stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. 190 At Burt Church Rally, Presbyterians Burl — The Burt Presbyterian Women were hostesses for the Fall Rally of the North half of the Fort Dodge Presbytory with some 190 women attending. Lunch was served at noon by the Methodist Women at their church. Sewing Circle Members of the Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs Lois Trunkhill Friday afternoon. Mrs Etta Howards birthday was observed. Fortnightly Club Fortnightly Club meeting was held with Esther Bahling last week. The next meeting will be with Mrs James Christensen next week. At Women's Meeting The following women attended the 6th District Federation meeting in Webster City Wednesday; Lillian Frederickson, Genevieve Graham. Lefie McMullen, Clara Reynolds and Rowena Ryerson. This Woman's Club meeting was in the Methodist church. •Birthday Circle Birthday Circle will meet Thursday afternoon, Oct. 13, with Mrs Stella Geesman. Irma Doegc will have devotions and Nettie Lavrenz the program. The birthday of Emma Mahus will be observed. Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner honoring Lester Lovstad was given at the horne of his brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs George Koestler Sunday this week. Guests were besides Mr Lovstad and his family of Stewartville, Minnesota; Mr and Mrs Myron Meinzer with daughters Joan and Jane of Dexter, Minn. Honored On Birthday Monday afternoon a number of friends went to the home of Lydia Schwietert for a late birthday observance. Attending were; Elva Boettcher, Elsie Lockwood, Beth Miller, Lefie McMullen, Clara Reynolds and Celia Scott. Wedding Anniversary Honoring Mr and Mrs George Koestler on their wedding anni-, versary the following friends went to their home Wednesday evening: Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel with Mr and Mrs Rude Willrett and Wendell and Duane. The evening was spent socially. Mr and Mrs Harold Steward and Mr and Mrs Roland Lavrenz were business callers in Des Moines Sunday. They also visited June Steward at Woodward. William Nelson was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital, Algonn, Friday afternoon following a sudden illness. Recent visitors at the Charles Scott home were Mr and Mrs A. H. Grooms of Chicago. They also spent some time with Mr and Mrs Louis Scott and family. Mrs Grooms is a sister of the "Charles and Louis Scotts. Mr Win. F. Batt with Harold and Mrs John A. Miller, and Mr and Mrs Howard Batt attended Memorial Services in Titonka Sunday afternoon for Joe Korte, who died in Korea. Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel returned home Sunday from Iowa City. They had visited Dr. and Mrs Robert Mellville and family and Mr Vogel was in the University hospital for observation and treatment. Mr and Mrs Don Reimers moved into the Robert Lovstad house Sunday. The Bernie Millers are moving to Algona where they are both employed. Mr and Mrs Erwin Schwielert gave a dinner Sunday for relatives as follows: Mr and Mrs R. C. Baum of Blue Earth and from Lakota were. Mr and Mrs Paul Hertzke, Mr William F. Baum and Miss Elsie Baum. Miss Norma Oelkers of Lakota was also a guest. Mrs Robert Angus and Susan, who had spent the past eight weeks in Colorado, returned home Tuesday night. Mr Angus arid' Joyce went to Colorado Springs to drive back with them. Robert Angus left Saturday, Oct. 1 for the far east. Ends Thursday: Richard Widmqrk in "THE COBWEB" FRIDAY & SATURDAY ALGONA*^ IN BRAZIL they call him the ' > ' Americano! -som« with love! -soma with hate ! ;-som« with fear I l Hlfl itIUMU twMrM.SAMWUHIIllltl PLUS THIS CO-HIT •f o.'.'K. u.v.i Uibie v.'uitrt.-sei were I A, STORY OF HEROIC GREATNESS... inspired by the depth of a woman's love! THE ETERNAL SEA -?.SaW MW'MBB SKITH-KAN JiMEB ( '•' " ' LONE ROCK NEWS ,Mr and Mrs Roy Teleford of Ottosen were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer. Fenlon township Homemakers club will meet Oct. 19, on Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 with Mrs Victor Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Seneca and Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck attended the funeral of a niece Saturday at Vesta, Minn Larry Ramus celebrated his 14th birthday Wednesday with supper guests at his home. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchar'd, Pat, Kim and Susan, Mr and Mrs Beh Schmidt and family. Lila Schmidt and Bonnie Riebhof surprised Mrs Fritz Newbroligh and family Sunday when they arrived at the Newbrough home with dinner to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs Ernest Jensen entertained a coffee party Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs Walter Jackson of Marionette, 111., who is here visiting her son and family, the Kenneth Jacksons. Donald Jensen has made Luther college Concert band for the 4th year at Decorah Luther college where he is in his senior year. Dick Jensen has entered his 3rd year at the University of Arizona at Tucson. They are'sons of Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen. Band Mothers will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 19th at 8:00 at the school. Mrs Frank Flaig was honored at a birthday party Tuesday afternoon at the Roger Jensen home. Guests were Mesdames Frank Flaig. Mrs Dean Jergon- son and daughter Barbara and Mrs Harvey Jergensen of Algona, Mrs W. G. Flaig and Tena Jensen. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family were supper guests Thursday evening of the John Gcitzcnauers of Fenton. Mcsdames Maude Blanchard. Jess Blanchard Jr.. Ronald Christenson. Fred Genrich, Frank Flaig, E. M. Jensen. C. E. Nordine, Herman Kramer and Dennis Priebe attended Presbyterlal at Burt on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Selmer Larson of Decorah visited Thursday at the Art Priebe and Merton Lawson homes. Mrs Anna Newbrough, Humboldt, and Mr and Mrs Wm. Mueller of Joliet, 111., called Tuesday evening at the Jim Long home. Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit and family, Mrs Robert Hanna visited Mrs Amanda Pettit Monday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. M r s Lawrence Newbrough drove to Des Moines Monday and Mrs W. J. Cotton and Tcna Jensen accompanied her there and visited at the Howard Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig. Mr and Mrs Glenn Burt of Annstrong were Sunday dinner guests of the Jim Aekermans at Garner. GET 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 PLUS A PENNY ! 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