The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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Ttmriday, October 20, 1955 Algong (in.) Upper Des LuVerne Lady Has A Stroke In Rest Home LuVerne—Mrs Alice Anderson, patient in Roberts Rest Home in Algona, suffered a s'tfbke the past tyeek which paralyzed her fright side. Visiting her Sunday was Her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Carlson and net son, Mr and , Mrs ftlchard Carlson of Gowrie. \.;• Mr and Mr$ T. L. Osborne Of Ames visited Sunday, in the home of their daughter and "family* Mr and Mrs Howard Swanson. Paul Swansqn went home for a week with his grandparents. , Mr and Mrs Paul'Phillips, Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk visited the Ice Follies in Des'Moines Sunday. Mr and Mrs Phillips visited their daughter, Joyce employed there. ; Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen of Ventura visited friends and her mother, Mrs Aqntr Goetsch Saturday evening. ; Mr and Mrs Walter L. Hcfti of Britt visited her sister, Miss Esther Merkle' Sunday. .; Dr. and Mrs Norrmvn Hesse and 'children of Renwick were Sunday 'visitors: in the 'home of his mother, Mrs Lillie O. Hesse. ! Guests Sunday in the home of Mrs Clara Baumgartner and her brother, Eric Gramenz were Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft, Mr" and Mrs Fred Goetsch and~ Darlene of near LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Arnold Struthers are parents of a son, Joe Allen, eight pounds and six ounces born in the clinic in VUgona Friday, Oct. 14. They are tenant farmers for Thees Schnakeriberg. Mrs Erma Westendorf and daughter Shirley, of Mason City visited her sister, Mrs lAnna Blumer Friday to Monday; Mrs Glenniss-Haifper wds visited over the week by her daughter, Mr and Mrs Harry Graves of Minneapolis, and l?er son, Mr and Mrs Jerome Stripling and children of Cedar Falls. Miss Luella Blumer'visited her sister, Miss Sara Blumer of Waukegan in Chicago 'the past week. Mr and Mrs Martin Lindhorfer of Rock Island were visitors Sunday morning at the services in the 'Zion Evangelical 'Lutheran church, Mr Lindorfer was a teacher in ' the parochial school here years ago. Mrs Lindorfer is the former Dora Rahm, daughter of the late Mi- and Mrs:'Dave Rahm. Mrs Eli Eager returned home Sunday from a stay of f iv"e-week"s m Wyoming, seeking help for her flay fever. Attending the 'Woman's' Lutheran Missionary Rally • in Algona October 13, were the Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg, Mrs Henry Pergande, ,. Mrs , Elmer Gronbach, Mrs Karl Schipull and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg Mrs Schnakenberg was a teller at the, election of officers. Mr and Mrs E. B. Thomas were Sunday visitors in the Mr and Mrs James Drunell home in Duncombe. Mrs Elmer Schnetzer and Coleen of Renwick, Mr and Mrs Oscar Hartwig of Kanawha weru Monday evening dinner guests of Mrs Anna Blumer. Mr and Mrs Olaf Olson of Wessington' Springs, S. D. visited Friday in the Mr and Mrs E. .B- Thomas home. Mrs Olson is a cousin of Mrs Thomas. Mrs Olson is a brother of the late Lewis Olson, former resident of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs William Hedrick attended che funeral of Mrs Ida Durant Thursday in the Presbyterian Church in Algona. Mrs Durant was a sister of Mrs Heel- rick. Miss Ruth Rosenquist of Walker, Minn, visited Thursday to Saturday in the home of her niece, Mr and Mrs Herman Scliulz, Mrs Marie Hunt, Mrs Walter Engel, her daughter, Miss Meredith Engel of Fort Dodge visited Saturday in the home of their brother, Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen in Ventura and their nephew, Mr and Mrs Daryl Nielsen in Mason City. Cr, and Mrs John M, Skogmo Hvere visitors in Des'Moines Monday, ' Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull were guests Sunday in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Schipull in Goldfield. Mr and Mrs Thees Schnackenberg and children Visited Sunday in Hurt at'the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Hoscoe Mawdsley. They made the acquaintance of Michael Lynn Mawdsley, born Oct. 7. Enroute home they were supper guests in the Mr and Mrs Martin Becker home in Algona, parents of Mrs Schnakenberg. Sgt. Watneni Of OftdsetiWads Belmond Girl The Congregational church 'at Belmond was the setting for the wedding of Miss Carolyn Jean Classick, daughter of Dr. and Mrs H. J. Classick, and Sgt. Paul Merritt Watnem, son of Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem of Ottosen. The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. William Schbrman, Saturday evening, Oct. 8 at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs Cato Oriesy, organist, played- the nuptial music and ac- companied Mrs Edward Nessen of West Bend, aunt of the bridegroom, who sang. Randall Wat- nem of Ottosen, brother of the bridegroom, lighted the candles. Alice Koppernagel was maid of honor, and Patricia McMurray and Marlys Howell were bridesmaids. , Bruce 'Watnem of Ottosen served his brother as best man. Gene Koltvet of Clarion and Harold Hagen of Minneapolis, Minn., college friends of the bridegroom, and Leslie- Classick of Ames and Harold Classick ot Bartlesville, Okla., brothers Of the bride, were the ushers. '• Following the ceremony, a reception for over 200 guests held in the church parlors; The bride graduated with the class of '55 from Belmond high school arid the bridegroom is a graduate of Ottosen high school, attended Waldorf college at Forest City and St. Olaf college at Northfield, Minn. <*fter a brief honeymoon, Sgt. and Mrs Watnem will drive to Anchorage, Alaska, where he is stationed with the U.S. Army. U. S. Bond Sales Hit 65 Percent' Kossuth County savings bonds purchased reached $1,177,526 by the end of September, according to county chairman G. D. Shumway of Algona. The percentage of total quota for the year is 20 behind the state average ot 85 and 10 behind the national total of 75 percent. Ten Iowa counties nave already exceeded their Quotas for the year with three months remaining. There have been $137,721,690 worth of bonds sold in the state this year. Nine-month purchases of bonds and percentages of 1953 for 'surrounding counties are: Emmet, $762,808, 71 percent; Hancock, $867,949, 83 percent; Humboldt, $917,317, 93 percent; Palo Alto, $893,232, 83 percent; and Winnebago, $789,283, 77 percent. Nobody ever gets anything for nothing, but a lot of people keep trying. SEXTON NEWS Another helpful neighbor in the pet department is Frank Gu- erdetie. While Mrs Carrie Olsen has been ill and staying at the Leslie Huff home in Algona, Frank has been boarding her new parakeet. A new house cnmc to town over the weekend but without any new residents; Elaine Hol- tor'f, employed at the Kellcy Lumber Co., is turning into a real Sexton bachelor by bringing a trailer house to live in. Word has beon received from another traveling couple, Mr and Mrs Martin Miiribach. They have a new grandson, Lawrence Taylor, son of Sgt, and Mrs Bud Taylor. Mr and Mrs Mimbach plan to stay with them a few weeks yet and also visit-with Mr Mim- bactfs sister in Idaho. For Instant Relief of Sore, Aching Muscles, Use BEN-GAY Advertised in this month's Farm and Home Section RUSK DRUG FORT DODGE-IOWA Sunday, Oct. 23 RUSS CARLYLE COMING - Thursday, <fct. 27 ANPY'5 8IRGJ RIPPBS Saturday, Oct. 29 KEITH H i» ' r 1 "' "^ •f mm . • iMIil N § "_* fa*** i. i "x. r^ * * * ^ * HUNT'S PEARS No. 2'/2 $ Cans HEINZ 14 oz. Btls. SNOW CROP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 2 LIBBY SAUERKRAUT 2 303 Size Cans MORTON HOUSE PORK & BEANS 2 Reg. Cans ROSEDALE PEAS 303 Size Cans 25* REUNION CREAM STYLE 303 Size Cans WAXTEX ' tw : i- : ,^we milem® FULLY COOKED SWIFT'S PICNICS 100% PURE LEAN GROUND BEEF SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED BACON COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE ALL MEAT ig Bologna LB. FRESH HALIBUT Lb. FRESH WALLEYES.. Lb. HY-POP POPCORN. L Lqb 29c WAX PAPER 25 Ft. Roll JELLO ] Reg. J Pkg. SCHILLING PEPPER NORTHERN NAPKINS 2 REG. BOXES 25c TOILET TISSUE BRACK'S HALLOWEEN PUMKIN & CORN CANDY Reg. Pkg. BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS WHEATIES fc Box GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 50 Lb. 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