The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 12
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P L Y M O U T H D O D 6 B Most Spectacular of All The New 1956 Models 4-Algoria (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, October 20, 1955 Study Dial System For Lone Rock Phone Lines Lone Rock — The small com pany committee of Northwestern Iowa of the Independent Tele phone Association, Carlton Haven Rockwell City, E. J. Evans o Sioux City, Basil Duffy, Mallard Frank Gordon, Port Dodge, M. S Kerr, Sac City and Bill am Roger Leach of Armstrong me with the board of directors of the Lone Rock Telephone Company Ralph Bierstedt, Owen Berhow Harlan Blanchard and Don W Houck to study the feasibility oi the dial conversion for the locai company. Lotis Creek Baptism Cynthia Sue, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Gross was baptized Sunday at the Lolts Creek Lutheran Church with Rev. O. C. Geisler officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor of Algona. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett of Algona, grandparents, entertained in honor of the occasion. Guests. were Mr and Mrs Richard Gross and girls, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor and Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett and family. P.W.O. Circled The Lone Rock P.W.O. Circles will meet this week Thursday, Oct. 20 at the various homes. Eleanor with Mrs Fred Genrich and Mrs Don Houck assisting, lesson by Mrs Wm. Knoll, Dorothy with Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Roger Jensen assisting, lesson by Mrs Louis Broesder, Lucille with Mrs W. G. Flaig and Mrs Merwin Marlow assisting, lesson by Mrs Dave Weber. PTA Meeis Oct. 24 PTA will be held Monday evening, Oct. 24, with Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow, Program chairmen;' Mr 'and Mrs Walter Dacken, food chairmen; assisted by Mr and Mrs Herschel •Hartman, Mr and Mrs Don Hauck, Mr and Mrs Emil Person, Mr and Mrs W, L. Champion, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson,, Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins,' Mtf and Mrs' Buschkamp, Mrs Alice Bierle, Mr and Mrs Ar.t Zumach, Mr and Mrs Wm. Schrader, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and Mr and Mrs Russell Fox. Mr and Mrs Joe Miller and family were supper guests Sunday at the Dave Weber home. Mr and Mrs Clair Bellinger and family, Mr and Mrs Louise Broesder and family visited at. the Owen Berhows Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz and Dawn and Mrs Rose Kraft spent Sunday in Des Moines where they attended the Ice Follies. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards visited her mother, Mrs Maude Bilsborough in Algona, Sunday. Leon Marlow spent the weekend with his parents, the Eldon Marlows. Leon is attending University of South Dakota at Vermillion. Mr and Mrs Henry Kuec-k spent the weekend in Des Moines and attended the Ice Follies. Merwin Christonson drove to Mason City and met his sister, Maurietta Christenson Sunday who arrived by plane from Colorado Springs to visit at the parental P. M. Christenson home. Ruth Krueger spent the weekend at the Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Jess Blanc-hard Jr and Mollie, Jill and Cynthia were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan spent Sunday at the parental C. E. Householder home. Mrs Ralph Reidel of, Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Bert Quinn and son of Armstrong were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs John Geit/enauer of Fenton and Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder of Bancroft were dinner and supper guests of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer of Bancroft spent Sunday afternoon at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Barbara Quinn, student at Ames, .spent the weekend at home. Afternoon callers Sunday at the Quinn home were Mr and Mrs Harold Roba of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends entertained for dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Donald Bierstedt and family of Algona, Mrs E)Ja Sigs- bce of Hurt, Mr tncl Mrs Ornie Behrends and family and Mrs Eugene Pruitt and David. Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Dunnell entertained for supper Sunday, Mr and'Mrs Hugh Walsh, Alice Walsh, Phil Garry, Mr and Mrs James Shillington and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Walsh and family and Mr and Mrs Lee Nurre and family, in honor of the birthday of Mis Hugh Walsh. Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Mr ajid Mrs Leo Schmidt visited Sunday evening in Fairmont at the Robert Schmidt Sr. home. Mr and Mrs Wallace He-Arthur called Sunday evening on Mr iJiKi Airs George Kohl in AJyuJia. Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener oi Algona visited the Walter Thompsons Sunday afternoon and also Mrs Gordon Wegener and daughter of Greenville, S. C. Sunday evening the Thompsons were supper guests of Mr and Mrs A. C, Payik at Armstrong. Mrs Glenn HousehoJder, Miss Evelyn Earing, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Mrs Robert Hanna attended a shower Sunday in Whittemore for Juliann Maahs. Thursday evening guests at Lawrence Rath home in honor of John's birthday were Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, Mr and Mrs- Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser and Haiti Shaser and Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona. Mr W. H. Meyer of Swea City was a dinner guests Sunday of Vlr and Mrs Arden Hovey. Diane Iqvey spent the weekend with icr parents. She is taking nurses raining at Marshalltown. Mr and Mrs Bert Quinn of Armstrong called on Mrs Emma lurlburt and family Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dale Swanson of Ayrshire visited Sunday after- loon at the George B. Longs. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs larence Ackerson of Wesley :alled at the Long home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thomsen nd family arrived Thursday at he parental Andrew Thomsen lome for an extended visit. Kenneth is waiting to leave for the rmed forces. Mr and Mrs A. J. Elsbecker .vere guests at the Don Elsbeckei ome in Rutland, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Francis Foley of Juiiington; Mr and Mrs Robert orris of Sutherland visited lYayne Lynchs and W i 11 a r d hompsons over the weekend. Mrs Pauline McGuire of Al- jona was a Sunday dinner guest f M*.and Mrs E. A. Lee and fam- ]y «»w» I- ;". - • • -/; .-.-•.• ..." Mr and Mrs Harry Anderson nd daughters, Mr and Mrs Lauel Helmm and daughters of lymouth, la. were guests Sun- lay in the Donald Blanchard lome. Mr and Mrs Jim Lenhart and amily of Storm Lake visited Sun- ay with Charles Staudt and amily. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and family of Fenton were Sunday dinner and supper guests at Frank Dreyer's. Mr and Mrs Robert Binzen and girls, Mr and Mrs Roger Long visited Saturday evening at the Jim Long home. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Bert Olson and Mr and Mrs W. H. Riedel of Burt visited there. Mr and Mrs Art Priebe, Mr and Mrs Merton Larson and Mrs Raymond Priebe of Fenton attended the funeral of Emmett Carolan at Decorah Thursday. Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs W. G. Flaig and Tena Jensen were guests Wednesday afternoon of the Plum Creek Women's Club at a meeting held at the Dean Jcrgcnson home in Algona. Donald Blanc-hard, M a r 1 y n Bausman, Clarence Martin, David Beck and Charles Staudt attended a schoolmasters meeting in Algona Wednesday evening at the Johnson house. Mrs Rose Kraft entertained the Lone Rock birthday club Thursday evening in honor of w the birthday of Mrs Frank Flaig. Guests besides the honoree were Mesdames Jim Long, Fred Gen- rich, Mary Flaig, Jack Quinn Hulda Schultz, Alex Krueger and Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton spenl Monday arid Tuesday at their cottage at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Joe Hurst a son Ray and Ed Wiegman, Rolfe were .guests Sunday at Floyd Salsbury home. Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine were Mr and Mrs Burnett Nordine, Mrs Marie Nordine and Leland, Mrs Matilda Nordine, Mamie Nordine and Everett Nordine and Sandra Gustafson, all of' Albert City. Mr and Mrs 1 Gene Blanchard and Susan, Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer spent Sunday in Rock Rapids. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard and Pat spent the weekend at Nevada visiting .the Delbert Blanchards. Sunday they called on Mr and Mrs Merwin Thompson and Mr and Mrs Moines. Alex \ Evans in Des 2 Showers At Whittemore Honor Brides Whittemore—A miscellaneous shower was held at the academy hall Friday evening in honor of Geraldine Grimm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald Grimm. Miss Grimm will be married to Donald Krug of West Bend, Oct. 29. A miscellaneous shower was held at the Marion Hyink home Thursday evening in honor of Miss Bernice Mogler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam. Mogler who will be married Oct. 23. Both brides received many beautiful gifts. Visit In Rochester Daniel Fpley of here and Mr and Mrs Francis Foley of Rodman were in Rochester last week Monday where they visited with Patrick Murphy, who is a patient in St. Mary's in Rochester following ah automobile accident several weeks ago. At Ice Eollies .„. VMr and* Mrs ..Rex^ Swanson, Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmermann and Mrs Anthony Busherfeld and daughter Theresa, and son Billy, attended the Ice Follies at Des Moines last week, Tuesday. Out Of Hospital Mrs Terry B. Behlmer was released from the Park hospital at Mason City last week Monday. James Greinert, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Greinert, was released from the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge Thursday, after recovering from a head injury when he fell from a hay mow two weeks ago. Baptismal Dinner Sharee Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Sterling Simonson, was baptized Sunday morning, at St. Paul's Lutheran church by Rev. Paul G. Weinhold. Sponsors were Mrs Harold Kuecker, Stanley Simonson, Mrs Robert Pedersen and Edward Wilcox. A dinner in her honor was given at her parents home. The guests included Mr and Mrs Har old Kuecker and son >fay, and daughter Joyce, and Mrs Eid< Simonson of Whittemore. M: and Mrs Edward Wilcox of Al gona, Mr and Mrs Robert Peder eh and family, Mr and Mrs And rew Pedersen and family, and Mrs Thora Pedersen all of Rolfe Mrs Elmer Ostwald, accompan ied by Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Melvin Heinrich visite< at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyc Walker in Albert Lea, Minn. Monday. They were accompanies home by Dorothy Rosendahl who spent Sunday evening at the Walker home. Members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society me) Thursday afternoon in the church basement. Hostesses were Mrs Edwin Greinert, Mrs Louis Greinert, Mrs Lawrence Gade and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr arid Mrs W. T. Benson of San Diego, Calif, are visiting at the home of Mrs John J. Baas, i'he women are sisters. Last week Tuesday they were dinner guests with their niece and family, Mr and Mrs Odne Stokka at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and family, Jill and Judy Schmalan, all of Albert Lea, Minn, visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Other dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Sllsworth Heidenwith and son, Lyle. They were accompanied home by Mrs Walker's sister, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl. Over 200 guests attended the miscellaneous shower held Sun-i day night in the Lutheran church basement in honor of Juliann Maahs, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Maahs, who will be married to Ronnie Pettit, Oct. 29. Mrs Arnold Hantelman received the door prize. The bride-to-be received many useful and beautiful gifts. w ? Mrs Leo Woods accompanied by Mrs Harry Schmeling, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Amanda Ruhnke and Mrs Reuben Butzke, Mrs Harold Kuecker and Mrs Alfred Bell of here attended the Lutheran Woman's Mission League at Algona, Oct. 12. Mr and Mrs Elroy J. Young and family of Sleepy Eye, Minn, spent the weekend here' with friends. Saturday evening supper guests besides the Youngs at the Bert Seely home were Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and' family. Sunday dinner guests with the Espes were Mr and Mrs Young and family and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family. Mrs Wilbert Ha.berkamp of Roselle, 111. arrived here and will dispose of the late H. W. Behnke furniture at an auction sale Saturday, Oct. 22." Her mother, Mrs Anna Behnke will make her home with her daughter, Mrs Haberkamp in the future following the death of her husband. Portland News Mary Ann Bartlett came home, Monday for a three day leave from nurses training. There's nothing that someone cannot make a little worse ami a little cheaper. D-A-N-C-E Plantation Ballroom TUESDAY, OCT. 25 RAY'S ACCORDIAN BAND Old Time and Modern Music SPONSORED BY ST. JOE K. of C'S WARNING The burning of leaves and refuse on curbs, gutters, and paved streets does serious injury and is prohibited by City Ordinance. Please observe this restriction that there may be no damage to the streets from this cause. Byron P. Richardson Mayor, City of Algona I •s^fKWX-raSs-Lwy&wsSW'*5»x-:* £3 On All These 1956 Cars It's Another Stsp Toward The Completely-Automatic Automobile! For 1956 Chrysler, De Soto, Dodge and Plymouth introduce the new push-button drive, located conveniently to the left of the steering column, and-giving the driver true•finger-tip control over his car at all times, A light touch is all that is needed to change the driving range. A 'Hydraulic interlock prevents the driver from accidentally selecting reverse when he is traveling over 10 miles per hour. The button in operation is dimly lighted at night, with the buttons not in operation brightly lighted for easy range selection. It's'something you have just got to see—and try! . • . . On Display Friday at J & L Motors The Greatest and The Greatest Number of Innovations Ever Offered in A New CHRYSLER Automobile! 1956 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER FOUR-DOOR SEDAN We at J & L Motors are at a complete loss as to how t) tell you—in writing—just what we have to show you in the new 1956 CHRYSLERS! Where should we be/in? . . . with the truly "terrific" hew body styles as you see in the two models pictured here? . . , with th J revolutionary new push-button drive? . . . with the new Lifeguard door latches? . . . with the new aircraft type gasoline heater that gives almost instantaneous heat? No, we can't begin here to tell you all — so we invite you to come to J & L Motors Friday for your first look at the most distinguished and outstanding CHRYSLER automobiles ever produced! Here Is Body Styling That Will "Knock Your Eye Out!" Here are cars that REALLY have the low, road- rugging appearance—Icing, low and beautiful to behold! The new Chrysler front end emphasizes the low, horizontal line . . . with the grille bars sweeping out toward the front fenders, and with wide front lights adding to the feeling of width and iowness. Outer edges of the grille frames and parking light openings slope inward, accentuating the tumblchome of the upper car structure. Similarly, the now flight-swept rear fenders, which house tail lights, stop lights and backup lights in a single unit, carry out the beautiful and breath-taking and completely NEW line of the 1956 Chrysler automobiles! 1956 CHRYSLER WINDSOR CONVERTIBLE Attend the 'New Car Auto Show 1

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