The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 9
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October 20,1955 gUgona ®«per Expect more good things than ever before! S4 YEAftS • •'!••"• Mr and Mrs Roy, Johnson of North English, recently observed their 54th wedding 1 anniversary. We Have The New- GE ALL-PURPOSE MIXER Advertised In this 'month's Farm and Home Section NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & Appliance Co. CHEVROLET FRIDAY NOV. 4 Horn*/ AOVMTUIO IN THIS MONW KNOX. Unflavored Gelatine, 9Rfi pkg. CHEAMETTES, Good Neighbors Lend Hand At A Lakota Farm Lakolg—A group of good neighbors helped Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith husk their corn last week. The men working all or part time were Raymond Win' ter, Ronald and Wayne Heetland, Glenn Mabus, Joe and Alvin Rippentrop and George Ennen. Mrs Smith was assisted by Mrs Winter, Mrs Mabus, Mrs Wayne Heetland and Mrs Ronald Heetland. Vernon is improving slowly from his accident. At Kansas Funeral Earl Ogren and his mother, Mrk Anna Ogren drove to Garnett, Kansas, Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs Ogren's sister, Mrs Bertha Weckel, on Saturday. 27c SURE-JELL 2 for CERTO bottle — C and H Cane sugar ....$1,09 FLEISCHMANN'S Active Dry Yeast in new "Thrifty Three's KARO Brand Syrup 5 Lb. LT. -• can NESTLE Cookie OQ* Mix, Pkg. —--—w»U NESTLE'S Choc. Morsels, pkg HORMEL Chile Con Carne... < SPAM BALL Dome Lids, 2 pkgs, __; ...HMiEX~T ; '•••-•" - : Bleach "I.'.-- 39c 5Se RAY'S MARKET Christ Home Guests Mr and Mrs Bernard Ryan of Arlington were Saturday and Sunday visitors' at the parental Fred Christ home, Baptismal Rites Baptismal rites were performed Sunday mornings St. Paul's Lutheran services fdr Ann Elizabeth, daughter of! Mr and Mrs Henry Steenhard, Keith Frederick, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Goetz, sponsors were Mr and Mrs A. Poppe Jr.; and Jolerie Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Mayne; her sponsors were Mrs Albert Sleper and Mrs Arden Zielske. Sponsors for Ann Elizabeth Steenhard were Mr and Mrs Robert Dahlberg of Redwood Falls, Minn. Jack Forest, son of Mr and Mrs Forrest Schmidt of Buffalo Center was baptized at the services in the Presbyterian church by Rev. Harlan Kruse. Jack is a grandson of Mr.and Mrs William Schroeder. Mrs Arlene Bunting and Mrs Milton Pringle attended Homecoming in Mankato Saturday. Mrs REVIVE THE BEAUTY OF your DIAMOND You'll be amtfecd at the new lirilliaw.c and life ypur cherished diamond will have in its new Orange Blossom ' mounting. You'll he proud of the result and pleased with the small cost. Estimates gladly given. Regfstered Jeweler - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA For 2 Days VSuyLSLduUwuL^O Sunda v from 1 P - M A Rocket - Paced - Beautiful And Exciting Picture! Bunting's daughter, Arlene Quady is attending Mankato State Teachers College and was one of the baton twirlers. Miss Lena Gutknecht was a Mason City visitor Friday and was accompanied home by Miss Jennie DeGroote, a Mason City teacher, who spent the weekend. The annual Guest Day and Tea for the Ledyard Township Homemakers was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ted Wallentine, with the Mesdames Art Tietz, Elmer Pau'lsen and Jerry Heetland, assistant hostesses. Mr and Mrs Raymond Dittmer of Scales Mound, 111. were guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland Tuesday until Thursday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Wednesday for Mr and Mrs Dittmer. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Heetland and Mr and Mrs Russell Winter. The Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Maude Hamilton and Anna Ogren and Miss Hannah Heetland were visitors in Estherville Tuesday. Dr. R. L. Williams returned Saturday from Ames Where he bad spent several days at an. annual class reunion. Mr E. R. Frerichs of Colorado Springs has been a guest the past week in the C. C. Gerzema home. Sunday, Mr Frerichs accompanied Mr and Mrs Gerzema to Madison, S. D. to visit another jrother, Harm Frerichs. Sunday dinner guests at the William Schroeder home were Vtr and Mrs Forrest Schmidt and family and Mrs Otto Schmidt of Buffalo Center. ' Mr, and Mrs A. W. Behrends of Algona attended Presbyterian church services here Sunday morning, at which time Mr Behrends extended an invitation from the Algona church to the men of the local congregation to a special meeting for Presbyterian men at Algona, Nov. 15. • The misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht and their guest, Miss Jqnnie DeGroote, and Mrs Bur- ddtte Hoeppner enjoyed a picnic dinner Saturday at Sibley Park, Mankato. Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey at Sac City. October 10th, Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Ukena''attended a Hardware dealers meeting at Pbcahontas. Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley were Monday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcott in Algona. Stanley Vodraska concluded a ten day leave with 'his parents, Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska, Oct. llth and returned to Boston, Mass., where he will be assigned to sea duty. Stanley is a member of the Navy Band. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kienitz left lor Waco, Tex., last Tuesday concluding a three week vacation with- Kenneth's mother, Mrs Rachel Kienitz. Kenneth is in the Air Corps. Rev. Harlan Kruse was guest speaker at the Buffalo Center Reformed Church Mission Festival Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs William Elbert of Mt. Pleasant visited his sister, Mrs Rose Rahmstock and his niece, Mrs Wilfred Radig at Lone Rock last week. The Milton and Elmer Paulsen families with Mr and Mrs Thomas Paulsen and Mr and Mrs Harry Paulsen of Omaha were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs John Welhousen near Titonka. Mr and Mrs Herman Jutting and Judy were Sunday visitors at the Martin Furst farm home. Mr Furst is a cousin of Mrs Jutting. Wesley Man Bridegroom In Kentucky Wesley—Mrs Fred Bohn arrived home Thursday evening, Oct. 13, from Louisville, Ky. where on Salu'rday, Oct. 8, she attended the wedding of her son Pat Bohn, and Mary Ann Kleinhenz. She. accompanied her son Jack Bohn, of Ames to Louisville and enroute home they were overnight guests of her brother, Alf Studer and Mrs Studer at Macon, Mo. and of Leo Bohns at Mason City. Ai Mission Meeting A group of members of the Evangelical Free Church attend-" ed a Woman's Missionary meeting at Kiron, Iowa Friday, Oct. 14. They included Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson, Mr and Mrs Carl Starquist and Mesdames Alvin and Henry Swanson, Ida and Frances Funnemark, Edna Wubben, Fred Bentele, Paul Warner, Frank Johnson, Del Rpgness, George Seaberg, Guy Dimond and Lester Larson. Drive Raises $67.50 Mrs Nyla Newbrough, chairman of the drive for donations to the Children's Home in Des Moines, reported that $07.50 had been turned in. Others who helped with the drive include Mesdames Joan Johnson, Shirley Bruns, Mary Lou Haverly, Rosalie DeBoer, Jeannine Ackerson, Lorraine Goetz, Edna Flom, Viola Studer and Miss Joan Hollister, Infant Succumbs A baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps Sunday, Oct. 16, at Mercy hospital, Mason City, died several hours after birth. Funeral services were held Mon day afternoon and burial was in St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The baby was named Mary. Home From Hospital •Mrs John Richter was brought home Sunday from Mason City where she had been s^eral weeks at the Mercy hospital and at the home of her daughter, Mrs Ed Dusold -and family. Mrs Neil Gary, the former Marie Richter, of Akron, Ohio, came Sunday to care for her mother several weeks. Paul Bode, ET/3, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Bode, left Long Beach, Oct. 11 lor Japan and China aboard the USS O'Brien It was his third trip to that area L. J. Merrill of Portland, Ore. spent several days- last week with Mr and Mrs Lester Larson, who tenant their farm. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and three children .were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Bud Hauptman home in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and son Ricke were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Will Ketchum at Emmetsburg. Mrs Henry Haverly and Paul spent Friday till Monday morning at the Earl Theisen home at Sauk Rapids, Minn. Mrs Theisen is the former Margaret Haverly. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson accompanied by his sister, Mrs Carrie Anderson of Clarion went to Iowa City Saturday to visit the latter's brother-in-law, Elmer Anderson at University hospital. A meeting of women was held at the Dr. Paul Warner home Thursday afternoon, 9 ct - 13 ' A hospital Auxiliary unit for Britt was organized with 16 women signing. Ted Hansen of Ames and Loren Lease of Mason City spent the weekend with their folks. Mrs Dorothy Stevens and son, Loren, of Mapleton, Minn, spent :he weekend with her brother, Herman Wise and family. Sunday guests at the parental, George Vitzlhum home were Mr and Mrs E. N. Koloplostns and family of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth and family and Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum. The family party honored the birthday of Luke and Jack. Mrs Glenn Smith was pleasantly surprised on her birthday Tuesday, Oct. 11 when her parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Schultz of Britt and Mesdames Ray Hansen, Orville Smith George Gremmer and Denny came to her home for a social afternoon and brought a lunch. Mr and Mrs Dale Bannister and family attended a party Friday night at the Gene Bramely home in Algona honoring Mrs Bramley's birthday. Mr and Mrs Al Loebig and family spent the weekend at the parental, John Sheda home in Chelsea. Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson and two sons visited her parents in Iowa City over the weekend. The adults attended the Iowa Homecoming football game. Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson and family and the women's brothers, Joe and Ed Eisenbacher and Mr and Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher were Sunday guests at the home of their brother, Father Linus Eisenbacher at Armstrong. The Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 26. The C.D. of A. will meet that evening for a birthday party. A pot luck lunch will be served at 6:30. Mrs Olive Erdman went to Cedar Rapids Monday where she attended the week's State Assembly as a delegate. She was a guest at the home of her son, Bernard Erdman and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Bohn drove to Pipestone, Minn., Sunday morning where they attended the wedding of a cousin. Mrs Viola Studer accompanied them as far as Worthington, Minn., where she spent the day with her daughter, Mrs Julius Kelch and family. Mr and Mrs Burnett Hartley had as their guests Thursday evening Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer, Mr and Mrs Don Powers and two sons of Webster City, Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer attended a Dental convention at Iowa City, Friday, visited his son John, a student at Iowa State College at Ames and his brother, Ed Pfeffer and family at Des Moines. Jerry Grant was honqred at a birthday party Sunday, Oct. 16, He was 16 and is a son of Mr and Mrs Frank Grant. He is a Junior in the Corwith public school. Mrs Elizabeth Hanley returned home Oct. 11 from Iowa City where she had a medical checkup in the University hospital. Diane Newbrough observed her llth birthday, Friday, Oct. 14, Mrs Eunice Nelson accompanied- the Tom Nelsons of Cleai Lake to Bradgate Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Robert Munson and family. Mrs G. M. Studer entertained her contract bridge club, Monday evening, Oct. 17. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Brain Surgery For Swea City Boy, Aged I Swea City—Ricky, 2 year-old son of Mr and Mrs Murray Elmore, had surgery for brain tumor at a hospital in Rochester late Sunday or early Monday morning. The child had not been ill until Friday p.m. Becoming seriously ill Saturday morning, after his father had gone to the bond festival at Charles City, he was taken to an Estherville hospital by his mother and a family friend. After a thorough check up, Ricky and his parents went to Rochester on Sunday. Word of the operation reached Swea City Monday. Baptist-Ladies Guild will meet Friday p.m. in Guild hall. Hostesses will be Mrs Virgil Jensen, Mrs Earl Preston and Mrs Orval Miller. Mrs Will Dorsey will be lesson leader, Mrs Gladys Hanson will have devotions and Betty Clark will furnish music. The Swea City football team and the cheerleaders were taken to Iowa State College at Ames Saturday, Oct. 15, to see the game between lown State and Missouri. Coaches Bill Lyle and Erling Rasmussen accompanied the students and drove cars. Others who drove were Raymond Johnson and Russell Smith. , Supt Stewart with his family also went down as did Dr. J. A. Sanftner. Swea City twirlers competed in the State Band festival at Charles City Saturday, Oct. 15. Dee Ann Swanson received a division II rating on a solo number, as also did a trio: Barbara Stenzel, Betty Stenzel and Dorothy Mae Peterson. Band instructor Murray Elmore accompanied the girls. Those winning money prizes for the best decorated bicycles in the Homecoming parade Friday were Larry Kockler, Tommy Hurlburt, Johnny Guyer, Bill Lawrence and Penny Guyer. Richard M. Anderson, Pastor A. M. Youngquist, Carl Anderson, Myron Johnson and R. O. Person attended a Brotherhood rally at Dayton Lutheran church, Sunday. The Lutheran Brotherhood will meet Thursday night at the parish hall. Richard M. Anderson will show slides of pictures of interest including some Which he took while in Europe last year. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of the Rev. and Mrs S. Hammer included Mr and Mrs Wm. Shoenhair and daughter Mary Ellen, and Mr and Mrs Wm. Thompson. Rev. and Mrs David were hosts to the Ministerial association and their wives at a pot-luck dinner Tuesday, Oct. 18. Carol Miller, freshman at Waldorf college, Forest City, spent the weekend at the parental Orval Miller home. Ends Tonight: Bob Hope in "THE 7 LITTLE FOYS" FRIDAY and SATURDAY (2 Hits) ALGONAv *fea!! SSBK^SSSS^RSeSa MOD HESTON-lizalietli SCOTT Dianne FOSTER with Mildred Dunnock - .Arthur Franz - Ray Collins 2ND HIT JOHN LUND - DOROTHY MALONE "5 GUNS WEST" In Technicolor Ikqretllr "Ik* 0«str«yw* Jim spent Sunday at the Don Vogel home at Adaza. Mr and Mrs Karl Wester and children of Barron, Wis. and Mrs Leila Jordan of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental, Mrs Bettie Wester home. Mr and Mrs Pete Robinson of Corwith and Carrell Erdman of Algona were Sunday guests at the Paul Erdman home. Carrell Erdman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman, leaves Friday, Oct. 21, for a week's vacation with her two sisters, Mrs Connie Holben and family at Lansing, Mich, and Mrs Wayne Clegg and family at Eaton Rapids, Mich. Mr and Mrs Charles Cleeton and son Douglas, of Des Moines were weekend guests at the Dr. Paul Warner home. Mr and Mrs George Goetz went to Williams, Iowa Tuesday, Oct. 11, to visit her brother, Lawrence Ricke, who recently was brought home from a Rochester hospital where he had medical care. The Needlework dub met with Lucille and Anna Mae Hjrner Tuesday night. Martin Hamilton w«zU to Waterloo Thursday night to get his wife who had spent several days with her sisttr, Mrs Edward Thissen. Coming Next TUESDAY - 3 DAYS Marciano vs. Moore FIGHT FILMS ALGONAir* DON'T TAKE CHANCES WITH A FAULTY OR WORN - OUT CAR MUFFLER . . . 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