The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 44
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Qa.) Uppftf DM Maine* Thursday, 20, 1955 Former Ledyard Man Weds In St. Paul, Oct. 8 LfrdyaM — Josephine Mary Hiiss of St. Paul, Minn., was married to Robert James Dyer, son of Mrs Henry Dyer and the lute Mr Dyer of Ledyard. Iowa, in St. Andrew's Catholic church at St. Paul on October 8th. Miss Agnes Huss was her sister's only attendant. Glenn Dyer, from Matoon. 111., was his brother's best man. On their return from a wedding trip, Mi and Mrs Dyer will live in Marengo. 111. Out of town guosts were Mrs Henry Dyer and Mr Howard Dyer from Ledyard. Iowa. Mr and Mrs Glenn Dyi-r from Matoon. 111., Mr Joseph Dyer from Wheatland, Wyoming. Mrs Leroy Estle and daughters Mary and Julie from Swea City, Iowa, and Mrs Claude Kelnhofer and daughter Susan from Green Bay, Wis. Slides On Greenland The Community club met on Thursday evening at the town hall. Before the business meeting slides from Greenland were shown by LeRoy Ternes, taken while he was stationed there. When LeRoy, who is home on furlough, left Greenland on October 2nd, it was already 20 de- grees below zero. Mr and Mrs George Thompson visited relatives in Mankato last Sunday, the Earl Ogdens, cousins of Mrs Thompson, i Mrs William Stubbe and two daughters of Ankeny visited last Sunday and Monday at the home of her mother, the George Hagges and at the Albert Barnes home. She came for some of their things which have been stored here as their new home in Ankeny is nearing completion. Mrs August Klinksiek an/A Mrs J. C. Blome accompanied: some other Lakota relatives to Hubbard on last Saturday to attend the funeral of an aunt. Friends here received cards last week from Mrs Hazel Jenks, former telephone operator here, who is visiting in California and plans to bring her sister Nina, Mrs Bert Holley, home with her to Fort Dodge where they will both make their home. Larry Pingel, the younger son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Pingel, and Allan Loucks, son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Loucks, left on Monday from Algona for Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., where they will take their basic training. Both boys enlisted. On Sunday a large family gathering was held at the home of Mrs Violet Miller in their honor. Laymen's Sunday was observed in the Methodist Church with the service in charge of A. E. Carpenter. On Saturday all of the young people of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church went out into the cornfields of various members of the congregation and picked up corn. All will be sold and the money used toward their building fund. At noon dinner was served at the church for all those who worked by the ladies of the church. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack attended Homecoming festivities at the Buffalo Center school on Friday night. Their grandchildren Priscilla and Mickey Miller had part in the festivities. Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer visited at the Tilmer Halvorson home in Blue Earth on Saturday evening. The auction sale of stock and some household goods belonging to Mrs Glenn Yahnke and daughters Frances and Mrs William Kopps was held all day Friday. Frances Yahnke of New York City has been here the past several weeks helping her mother get ready for this sale. Mrs Yahnke plans to accompany Frances to New York the end of this month and she will make her home with her this winter. Lawrence E. Ternes has leased the garage. Mr and Mrs Carl Schauberger of Armstrong are parents of a baby girl born October 8th at Estherville. Their other two children have been here staying with their grandmother, Mrs Alice Garry and their aunt. Rita Garry, Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra were Albert Lea visitors on Saturday. The P. T. A. will hold its October meeting on next Monday evening, Oct. 24th. Mrs E. A Carpenter, Mrs Frank Nitz, and Mrs Marvin Lloyd are the program committee. New Teacher Has Been Added To Burt Faculty Butt — Mrs L. A. Newbrough of Lone Rock has been added to the Burt faculty, with duties as junior high instructor in math science, spelling and art on Monday last week. Students of the 7th and 8th grades have been assigned to rooms of their own where they will receive supervised individual instructions in their study. Cheerleaders were chosen at recent tryouts. with the following four being picked from the group of 11 girls; Mary Black, Judy Bonney, Beverly Christensen and Ann Lichter. Some 21 boys reported for basketball practice. Four were letter winners last year, and are Harold Batt, Darrell Davis, Jerry Garman and Larry Manus. Seven girls of the 26 reporting for basketball were letter winners last year. They are: Delores Ackerman, Mary Carlson, Barbara Dremmel, Mary Keith, Beverly Larson, Karen Lavrenz and Alice Thompson. The first games will be at LuVerne Tuesday, Nov. LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN Will Be Open Friday & Saturday NIGHTS— UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience of Our Customers SHOP AND SAVE iWith These Every-Day Low Prices Chocolate Covered PEANUTS Double Dipped 490 ib. RUBBER DOOR MAT 29° GENUINE ARGYLE SOCKS Soft Cotton 49° 70 x 95 SHEET BLANKETS White $169 DOUBLE FLEECE CHORE GLOVES Brown 25 C 89e STATIONERY Boxed 2 for 9QC 27 x 50 LOOPED RUG Cotton Washable $177 Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff spent the weekend with their daughter, Lorena Riebhoff in Indianola and were her guests at the Ice Show held in the new Memorial building in Des Moines, Saturday. Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt with Mr and Mrs R. J. Batt and Roberta called on Mrs Bertha Batt and Edna in St. Benedict, Sunday afternoon. The town of Burl will soon complete some 2700 feet of Storm Sewer now being put in. Wm. Giddings is doing the machine digging which has extended from the north side of City Park west to Clyde Bristows and one block north to Herman Neitzels. Tile will also be laid on the block past O. A. Campneys and Mrs Nelle Dremmels and Mrs Nelle Peters. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and baby moved their household goods to an apartment in Algona Sunday. Georgia Angus, a student at Waldorf College, Forest City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus. Herman Rachut of Geneva spent the weekend with Herman Rachut Sr., and with the Ed Smiths Jr. Sheila Rachut of Waverly also spent the weekend at home. Mr and Mrs John M. Miller were business visitors in Eagle Grove on Saturday afternoon.' Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff with daughter Lorena Riebhoff attended Sunday morning services at the Grace Methodist church in Des Moines where Dr. E. Stanley Jones was the Speaker. Mr Donald Extrom of Minnea polls spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Art Leason enroute to Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross with Mr and Mrs Don Gross and family were also at the Lea- sons Saturday evening. Some 800 bushels of shelled corn were donated to the St. John's Lutheran church by the members. The work of shelling the corn was donated by Kenneth Cook. Rev. Bearse had the misfortune to fall while in Ledyard last week. He was calling at the parsonage there when he fell after stepping on uneven ground. He received medical attention and aside from bruises he is all right. WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker and three children were Oct. 11 dinner guests of Mr Walker's parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Walker. The family party honored the llth birthday of Jimmy Walker. Mrs Lucy Brabec of Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with Frimml relatives. .5 API DIE R OF BOSTON brings their new technique in moccasin styling to RUSTIC-AIRES . . . the shoes that "feel just wonderful!" Fashion makes a perfect three-point landing with this new vamp treatment ... to give you a fresh-looking tailored shoe for walking softly, smartly. It's cork cushioned, with air-vented rf» A /> r lining . . . it's TRI.POINT. $8.95 Shop and Compare 100 ( /o Nylon or Dacron LADIES BLOUSES $3.98 Value at any chain store or Dress shop $269 LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN FREE DOOR PRIZES AT J ft L MOTORS, ALGONA Friday and Saturday See 1956 CHRYSLERS and 1956 PLYMOUTHS on Display First Prize SUNBEAM AUTOMATIC FRYING PAN (Exactly as Pictured at Right) if * * 2nd Prize 12-FREE LUBRICATION CERTIFICATES AT J 4 L 3rd Prize 6-f REE LUBRICATION CERTIFICATES AT J ft L — " - '• "I-——! •^^Bmmmfmmmim Nothing to Buy! You Need Not Be Present to Win! WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED AFTER DRAWING SATURDAY NIGHT! OTORS Phone 595

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