The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 45
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* Portland Twp. 8y MM. Victor fifth ^^™^™«^^^B» Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen nd family spent Saturday and ? u " d ay on a sightseeing tour up into Wisconsin.- They returned home Sunday night. Mrs dtto Reutzel has been on the sick list the past two or three weeks. Mr and Mrs Maurice Bilsbor- £ U , g JJ"3 f a , mnv . Mr and Mrs Edward Zwiefel and Mr and Mrs AS-TOONS '. ' •- IV —-.-., KEN 4 LEO'S "I used to get them fixed UP THE STREET THERE." All of our customers are particular, that's why they're OURS f KtH & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. L. G. Huber were Tuesday evening guests and Ray Jones, Memphis, Tenrt. and James Bonner, Oxford, Miss., Rust College Singers were overnight guests Tuesday night, at the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr and Mrs 0tto Reutzel and family visited Thursday evening at the Orville Molars home at Swea City. Thursday evening visitors a! the W. J. Stewart home were Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and family Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Corinne and Kermit accompanied Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen to Waterloo Friday, Oct. 7 for the Cattle Congress. Jennifer Sue Goldman stayed at the Earl Zwiefel's, while Rev. and Mrs Goldman were at Ames attending l,he football game. Corinne Zwiefel, Linda Nelson and Barbara Ringsdorf went to Charles City for the Marching Band Contest Saturday. David Stewart injured his ankle in school while playing basketball. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and* family visited at the Roy,Ringsdorf home Sunday afternoon. Roger Shipler and John Thompson called at the Otto Rcutzel's Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Otto Reutzel and family spent Sunday afternoon in Armstrong, visiting Mrs Reutzel's parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Harris. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Barlletl visited Mr and Mrs Frank Rakow and Mr and Mrs Clarence Schutjer, east of Titonka, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Herbert Nelson and Linda took Arden to Nevada, Friday morning, where he met four other boys who drove back to Camp Chaffee, Ark., with him in a Ford convertible, owned by one of the boys living in Nevada. The boys were to report at Camp Chaffee by midnight Friday. . Rick 4-H Study f opks For Year The boy's county 4-H leaders made plans for the new 4-H club year at their regular bi-monthly meeting, Oct. 12. Kossuth 4-H members will enjoy Tractor Maintenance as their special activity in February and March of 1956. County leaders will attend a special training school at Iowa Stale College, Nov. 21-23 to plan and organize the activity. Leaders planning on attending are — Maurice Bilsborough, Titonka; Lloyd Thorson, Armstrong; Ray Frieden, Ottosen: Lean'der Vaske, Bancroft; Cecil Thores.on, Swea City; Earl Crouch, Fenton; Bernard Spangler, Corwith; Web Stewart, Burt and Eugene prager, Algona. Ray Cunningham was elected to accompany the boy's county 4-H International Award trip winners to Chicago. Leader supplies and program helps for the new club year were distributed and discussed by Dean Barnes, county extension director and Robert C. Johnson, extension youth assistant. New leaders inducted into the county leader's organization were —Charles Brown. LuVerne boy's 4-H club; Eugene Drager, Plum Creek club; Bernard Spangler and Frank Grant, Prairie 4-H boys; Alfred Bierslcdt, Lotts Creek club and John Mosbach, Whittemore club. Other leaders attending were — Maurice Bils- sorough, Lloyd Thorson, Gerald Soderburg, Ray Johnson, Louis Wingert, Ed Kain, Earl Zwiefel, Zander Vaske, Cecil Thoreson and Ray Cunningham. IS 97 Introducing Victoria! At Manning, Mrs Helena Moller ecently observed her 97th birth- dav. As proof thai the Upper Des ; Moines gets around, we offer the above picture of Victoria Shaw, a young lady from Australia, discovered by Columbia Pictures in Hollywood "where she is a rising star. Our Hollywood correspondent. Buddy Mason, who must run around with a copy of the Algona Upper Des Moines in his pocket, ran across this pretty young lady and to get her better acquainted with what goes on around the USA had her look over a copy of the UDM. He also snapped a picture as you can see. Victoria was working on the picture "The Eddie Duchin Story" where she plays the second femrne lead opposite Tyrone Powjr Thank you. Buddy, and thank YOU. Victoria 1 ' * St. Benedict Folks Attend Storm Lake Wedding St. Benedict—Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer, Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer and son, Ronnie, and Roman Arend went to Storm Lake Monday for the wedding of Mary Estelle Pickens to Dean Cole, who both reside in Storm Lake. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens, the latter a sister of Nick. The Dennis Carroll family of LuVerne also attended. Mr and Mrs Herbert Althaus and their three youngest children of Dubuque, also Herbert's mother, Mrs Theresa Althaus of Pleasant Hill, Calif, arrived at the George Kunkel home Sunday afternoon and visited relatives in this vicinity and attended the wedding of Mrs Herbert Althaus' cousin. Donald Hanig of Wesley. Donald and Joy Curran of Lu- Verne were married Tuesday at Wesley. Mrs Herbert Althaus and Mrs George Kunkel are sisters. David Kunkel was ring bearer. Mr and Mrs Bob Hardcopf Jr. of Ames became parents Wednesday, Oct. 12 of a 7 Ib. girl. This makes Dorothy Arndorfer grandma and she will go to Ames this week to be with her daughter and son-in-law and new granddaughter for a few days. Ronnie will stay with Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer. Dan-ell Downs spent the weekend at the parental J. O. Downs home from Loras College at Dubuque where he is enrolled as a freshman. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe were at the Philip Arndorfer home Sunday afternoon and for supper. ALGONA UPPER DES M01NES AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBM 20, 1955 Dedicate New Education Unit, West Bend Church Special dedication services for the newly constructed educational unit of Peace Lutheran church at West Bend were held there Sunday, Oct. 16. Rev. H. Witzgall. associate pastor of St! Paul's Lutheran church, Fort Dodge, delivered the dedicatory message. The new educational unit is constructed of cement block and brick. It is 32x60 feet and includes 11 classrooms, a pastor's study, church office, a store room, a cloak room and two rest rooms. Louis Balgeman, chairman of the building committee, took the keys from Rev. E. Greene, local pastor, and in turn handed them to Fred Blank, president of the congregation, who opened the doors. The congregation then entered the new building and went on into the church for the rnain service. Following the services, which featured the dedicatory message and special music, members of the building committee ushered members and guests through the new building. Women of the church then served lunch to all present. The congregation, which was formed 48 years ago, numbers nearly 400 baptized member.s, 270 communicants, 70 voting members and a Sunday school of 90 children. Alvin Hanselman is Sunday school superintendent and his assistants are Abraham Habegcr and Ronald Meyer, serve on the board of Christian education. Sunday school teachers at present are Mrs Frank Jergens. Mrs Ernest Schafer, Mrs Tim Klein, Mrs Ernest Habeger. Mrs Levi Frieden, Mrs E. E. Greene. Mrs Lester Wehrspann, Mrs Clyde Gingerich. Mrs Abraham Habeger, Mrs Guy Kuyper, Mrs Harold Loerke, Mrs Louis Henrikson, Lester Wehrspann and Mrs Alan Wehrspann. The church has been newly redecorated, new light fixtures installed and new brass altar vases installed. Dedication of these improvements was also held Sunday. Win Wrist Watches Livermore — Leone Rummens and Kay Ann French of Renwick were in Waterloo last week where they won first place in their demonstration at the Cattle Congress. The president of the National Cattle Congress presented the girls with wrist watches. They will now compete for the National 4-H Club Congress at Chicago, 111. on recipe books. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Week-end Shopping Tips From| YOUR FRIENDLY STORE 4 CUP —MIRROR FINISH ALUMINUM TEA POT DICOtATIVI RHO HANDLf COMPLITI WITH STRAIN!* INSERT $1.29 VALUE ILICTMC SHAVING'S FIRST BASIC IMPROVEMENT IN 21 YEARS only Norelco has it! See Exciting New Specials! TINY! NEW! 3- TRANSISTOR "75-X" HEARING AID fr'xt Indvdx oir c .w end itofk .armold The greatest achievement in Zenith's famous "Crusade to Lower the Cost of Hearing!" — CANDIES SPECIALS IHLS WlfK Thtrt't rwvtr Anything l&t it bffort,,, Th« tmooth, qvfet Nortko theving ptrfermoncf *ot rtmovtt ttif tovgh*»| ttvbblf without a tract. 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