The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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./ 2*"Alff6n* (la.) Upper Del MoirtM Thursday, Oetob*r 20, 1055 Folks Honored On Goldenfedding OHoserfMMr and Mrs» Harvdy Thorsen obsetVecr their golden wedding., anniversary , S u ti A a y with open house at their home between the hours of two and five in the afternoon. Over 100 fr}ends and relatives registered. Miss Clara Thorsen, daughter of the couple, had charge ot the fiuest book.; The lunch table was laid with a three tiered Wedding cake topped : with a miniature bride and bridegroom as the centerpiece. Mrs Eldon HundertmarR served. Kitchen hostesses Were Mrs Ted Struthers of Rolfe: Mrs Sam Kropf, Mrs Charlie Welter and Mrs Albert Thorsen. The couple were married Oct. 16, 1905 in the Lutheran parsonage in Leland, 111. They made their first home on a farm near Leland. At one time the couple lived on the farm where Jacob Ryg now lives and also on the farm where Ivan Evanson now lives. For a time they lived near Rodman and then in 1930 purchased the farm known as the Joe Jacobson place southwest 01 Ottosen where they are now, living. The couple are:the parents of five children, Clara, Homer. Albert, Herman'and Alice (Mrs Charlie Welter) all living at Ottosen and .all were present foi the occasion. : 45ih Annirersary Over 100 friends 'and relatives called on Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk Who observed their 45th wedding anniversary with open house in the Presbyterian church parlors ; Sunday afternoon be- tweeri the hours of two and five. Keith Strayer of Aleona spoke fiuine words and Mrs Ralph Richards I'e'ad a selection of poertis. Mr and Mrs VanBuskirk have five daughters arid all but ohe "were present .with their husbands,and families. They are' Mr and Mrs Lee Holt and family of Spencers Mr and .Mrs Gerald Ivefson and ;family of Storm Uake; > Mr. janid Mrs, Clarence Kroegef and family of Laurens and Me and -Mrs Rudy Berninghaus and family of Whlttemore, ahd Mr and Mrs C. M. Pressel ahd family Of .Boulder, Colo. The latter family could not be present. , .,'•-. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Eugene Hdfius, Mrs Wi Gr. !Cooper and Margaret Holt. Guests came from Traer, Storm Lake, Spencer, Laurens, West Berid, Whlttemore, Algona, Lone Rock and Wesley. Mr ahd Mrs VanBuskirk were married Oct. 12, 1910 at the home of her, parents, Mr and Mrs John Logan at their home in Bradgate. The coUple met while Mr Van- fluskirk was de'pot agent at Bradgate. At the time they were married he was agent at Fenton Where they made their first home. In 1919 he joined the Rock Island Railroad and has been agent in 'the Ottosen depot 25 years this past August. Wacousla Cubs Elect The Wacousta Cubs met Oct. 3 in the Commercial Club Building for a regular meeting. Election of officers was held with the following being elected to office: president, Monte Newton, vice president, Jim Fowler, secretary, Allan Fehr, treasurer, Ronald Ellingson and reporter, Charles Lovig. Larry Telford was one of :\vo boys in the county chosen to attend the International Livestock Exposition held in Chicago November. Knut Oppedahl, Jr., received the Ole Carlson award for the best first year member -in the club. Mrs Art IH nxAm WHittt Mwtrf wftnx&wU tAtiii '/inf. of ivm NAMtt sr. farmvi, . sr, toti MI> sr. JOHH, m tents ff'm eosncswtti fttttoMm ml WAITM ROM. ' AM m SftCIAt CAKS THAT COVtt tt UAStt mtmtisHittemms. my WITH fott, mums, tows M Mittis v -..* tm KiHHtts m m Met. out CAR tout m NAMt ItAAKWAiTOH, THtOTHtR •$**' Of MS tIRST KIM OH A RAILROAD TRAIN (IH APRIl 113*) COH6RCSSMAH SAW tROCKiTT wROTti 'THIS WAS AMAH NM SI6HT TO Mi ASOUTAIOUH W STASIS MH6 OHTO OH I MACHIHl ...&' " AHD iV SHt SC6AH TO TAKC SHORT SRCATHS, AHt AWAY Hff WCHT WITH A StVl STREAK AfTiR VS? Lovig and Mrs Kermit Fowlei served the group lunch. P.W.O. Hostesses Mrs Earl Long and Doris Shipley were hostesses to the P.W.O meeting when that group mel Friday afternoon in the church parlors. Due to the illness of the president, Mrs G. I. Purdy, the incoming president Mrs W. E. Hundertmark was in charge. The annual bazaar will be held in the 'STOPTHETHIEF' That Robs Your Home of Warm Comfort! SEE' "TO CATCH A THIEF" Playing Sunday & Monday at the ALGONA THEATRE Starring GRACE KELLY and GARY GRANT Pair of FREE TICKETS To The Movie "TO CATCH A THIEF" TO EVERY PURCHASER OF Warp's Window Materials AT F. S. NORTON & SON WE HAVE THE GENUINE • M&c%t)a}& Top Quality l ^^y^r^ WINDOW MATERIALS GLASS GLASS-O-NET PLASTIGLASS WYR-0-GlASS kREEN-GlASS '$' BRANDED ON THi EDGE MEANS SATISFACTION GUARANrffP F. S. Norton & Son FUEL BUILDING MATERIALS PHONE 229 Commercial Club Building, Oct. ' The Band Mothers met Wednesday evening . at the schoolhouse for their regular meeting. Mrs Loran Daniel and Mrs Edw. Zinnel were hostesses. The grd.Uf> will serve lunches at all the home basketball games. About 100 guests attended the bridal shower honoring Mr and Mrs Paul Watnem Friday evening in the Commercial Club building. Hostesses were Mrs Merle Faulk of Estherville, Mrs Stanley Keith of Pocahontas, Mrs Pearl Hanson of Whittemor'e, Mrs Edward Nessen of West Bend, Mrs Louis Dippel of Belmond, Mrs Manda Mitsven.--of Bode, Mrs Sylvan Jacobson, Mrs Donald Usher and Mr% Chester. Alme. Mr and Mrs Robert S. Bentley and Mrs Jennie Rjchards Of Fairbank visited 'Monday arid Tuesday at the Ralph Richards home. Mrs Jennie Richards is Mr Richards' mother arid will celebrate ir 95th birthday on Nov. 12. Mrs Olvin Haug was named president of the Lutheran Ladies Aid for 1956 at the meeting 'ot this group held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Other officers elected were: vice president, Mrs Antone Speich, sec're- t^ary, Mrs, Jake Ryg and treasurer, Jfclrs Sxiy^n Jacobson. The group. also elected Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and Mrs Ivan Evanson as delegates and Mrs Donald Usher and Mrs Knut Oppedahl, alternates to the W. M.'F. Convention held October 19 at Eagle Grove. Hostesses fo~r this meeting were Mrs Earl Olson and Mrs K. R. McLuen. The next meeting will be Oct. 26 with Mrs Sam Kropt and Mrs Richard Kropt hostesses. Attending the band contest held at Storm Lake Saturday from Ottosen were Mrs DeVere Newton, Mrs Hollis Cooper, Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Howard Hellickson, Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson and Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mrs Earl Long and Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and Sara. Mr and Mrs Richard Schmidt moved Saturday to the Gus Sanders place east o£ West Bend. Their address is now West Bend instead of Ottosen. Caroline Banwart returned to her duties as bookkeeper at the Farmers Elevator at West Bend after convalescence at the parental Silas Banwart home since her recent operation. , Mrs Essie Cooper and Marilyn Long accompanied Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family ol Bode to the Charles Spurlock home at Sutherland Sunday where they were dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter visited Sunday at the Ray Montag home at West Bend. Mr ' and Mrs Roy Enockson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgren at Gilmore City. Mr and Mrs Melvin Longseth and family of Mallard were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs Anna Longseth. Tuesday evening, Mrs Harold Sundet and children of Algona visited her mother, Mrs Longseth. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Joe Culbertson home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Ben Schafcr ot Butterfield, Minn., were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Vincent Salz home. Mr and Mrs Silas Banwart, Mr and Mrs Richard Schmidt and Berneice Banwarl returned home Monday after spending the weekend visiting Mr and Mrs Elmer Strahm and other friends ut Sebelha. Kun. Mrs .Strahm is u daughter of Mr and Mrs Banwart. Mr and Mrs Noah Gerbcr uiid Shuryl and Mr and Mrs Alvin Banwart and Karol and Kathy of West Bend visited friends and relatives In Sebutha, Kan. over thi' weekend. Mr and Mrs Charles Ellingson of Waterloo and Mrs Elinor Ellingson of Cedar Falls were Friday dinner guests ut the Melvin Ellingson home. Mr and Mrs Percy Watncm and Randy visited her mother Mrs Manda Mitsven ut Bode Sunday afternoon and evening. Wednesday Mr and Mrs Paul Watncm and Mr uad Mrs Percy Watnt'in visited in th'- nflcrno'in ut the Stanley Keith home at Pucuhun- and wjfe .siippef, guests at home at Esther, g visltdf^at tfie Olvifl 'Sa'itg. hdme wei-e Mr and Mri Hichftia .Kihfcath and family. . Mf> knd Mfs Howard Helliclf »ft'flftd:<#f»I Visited His flfathef, Mrfl 'Hfiftnah: ttellfcRgan at Hardy Wedh&fday eyeniflff. ''• •>• .iMr'and Mrs Morgan Hagen, Mrs Ahna Lohgse'th arid Mrs Mifia''WeHrs'partft 'Visited at the 0M HStofud hofne at Bode Sim- day evening. f Sexton Has An Active Week Of |$, Goings By The Viilftg« Gossip .The next meeting of the Friendly Club will not be at ! the Gabrieison Hall because of the (!61d turn taken by the weather, Another^, member, Mrs August Kirschbaxim, has volunteered the iifee of "her place for. the October 27 pot luck lunch. ; Mrs Glehrt Gabrielson and Mrs Gilbert • Hargreaves were assistant;* hostesses at the Irvingtoh Mornemakers meeting held in the hew home of Mr and Mrs Barney Capesius. ..'•.. Mr anduMrs N. C. Gabrielson of SttfrbUck, Minn., spent the weekend with their son and family, Mr? and' Mrs Glenn Gabriel- sdn. A"-siSter of Glenn, Mr and Mrs George Clark of Ames also cdme for Sunday. -•'Since she hasn't been feeling Well, Mrs .Fred Jennings has had a few \;isitors the past week.^The Rev, and Mrs Webb of Wesley and Mrs, JetinlHis brother and family,-Mr >nd Mrs Hafvey Qra* MM Ifld; MV and Mft D&ftlld Qrahajft of Titonka Were callers. lMriftftd:,Mrs Joha.Jennings ao* compahied by, Julia Taft were gUests-at- a:, birtKday jbfirty for Mrs Minnie-;Larsbh.of Titonka. f Mr ahd Mr! Wilford Ward, spent the weekend at the L. F. Ward home at dole and Mrs Nel* Ife Wdir returned with them for the week, Mr Ward will be in Cedar Rapids 'moat of the. Week at the Odd Fellows convention^ Mrs August Kirschbaurftjad-a '* ther. Mrs GyruS ; . Britt, .accompanied her--. house*. keeper, Mrs Kpss, here ifot -^M. , Word was received that ,C. , N, Belsch, a f otrrief .; rejidertt ' here. fell in the 'rest home \t ,'BUrt ahd broke & fib. Mr Beisdh used crutches for walking after, breaking his hip in a fall at t his home d -, i?egula#9 rite exjiectea '-- tW4 ^k • Md; Fred Jeri- Will teJtitfat-Jimjit. Ws iiBs. ffe KaS be^ft feediiii iSfbver ahd .Clarehce Giubb'» eats during the sttmffla? but ^the be^s have closed their fishing resort Jrt Miffiiesofft for the'.:Winter and sho.tu'd arrive any day'Mow. Wofk at fal* prices ftt'th 6e Molnes Pub. Co. Alg pOD ftt'the tipper ona. WE HAVE THE GENUINE TOP QUALITY WINDOW MATERIALS H010IM HUT-Kttf OUT COIO LASS-O-NET TIGLASS R.Q-GLASS KbHLHAAS HARDWARE Building 1:30 p.m. on the premises 11 mi. south of Algona on Hy. 169 32 x 32 ft. two-story wooden bldg. Plumbing and Fixtures (will be sold separately or combined) CONTENTS - 1-25-gal. crock; l-30 : gal. crock; 4 smallei 1 crocks; 1 large wooden cupboard; 1-3-burner Perfection kerosene stove; 1 copper boiler; jars and gallon jugs; several tables; 1-30-gal. hot water heater; 1-250 Ib. scale; 1 General Electric Electric refrigerator; 1 dining room table and buffe» with mirror; 1—9x15 ft. linoleum, 1-^9x12 ft. linoleum; both in excellent condition; 1 daveKporf, exceptionally good; 1 Writing desk; 9 single beds with springs; 4 large dressers, several smaller dressers; 7(large old-style trunks; 2 suitcases; ichqirs; arid other miscellaneous Items. ,v * ,. ] • • -- •• ' ' . ' '•..'• • '• . ' . *- j . ' ' St. Joseph's Parish, St. Joe, Iowa NEWS FROM BARRY'S RECREATION! %. Gallon SGHWEN'S ICE CREAM ' Ordinarily $1.02 SATURDAY ONLY Ic Sale All Day Saturday, Oct. 22 TAP BEER First Glass Regular Price SECOND GLASS "BLUE STAR" Single Edge RAZOR BLADES A Reg. $1.20 Value 4 SATURDAY ONLY $1.50 Ronson-Type "Marbo" CIGARETTE 01 1 7 LIGHTERS $ I . I I PLANTERS PEANUTS . 1-Lb. Can 68c 7Vz oz. Can Planters 31 c Park Lane Metal-Stemmed Pipe - Detachable Bowl And 2 Pkgs. Edgeworth TOBACCO-$2.25 Value OVERSTOCKED! " < " BOM ttK ™ c $1 " 5 NORELCO SHAVER $24.95 $5.00 TRADE-IN FOR OLD SAFETY RAZOR NQ MATTER HOW OLD OR IN .WHAT CONDITION 6-Pack BLATZ 11-OZ. MBBY TUMBLIR AT NO EXTRA CHARGE 6-Pack'STORZ FALSTAFF 32-02. QUART /I? W^^^^^^ff ^R|^^^^ ^BF I I Saturday Night Only S, S. NUMBER Numbers Changed At 7:00 - 8:00 - 9:00 P.M. Saturday, Off,*' 22 $25.00 p^pi^- ^p IHH W^B ^^ ^^w ^^ ^^^ V^PI^ ^ ^^w ^^ ^M^V ^ip^ ww ^w ^iWBi wii WB§ imp WP ^BP^ VR iip

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