The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, Oefebef 27, 1955 LOCALS Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser spent Sunday at Pocahontas with Mr and Mrs Arthur Cogley. Mr and Mrs Ray MeCorkle of Austin, Minn, spent the weekend here with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder went to Cedar Rapids Friday to attend a wedding. They returned home Sunday. Kathleen Griffin, a student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin. Mr and Mrs William Duffy and family went to Mason City Sunday and visited Geri, a daughter of the Duffys'. Geri teaches the third grade in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson of Cedar Falls spent the weekend here with the respective parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Stephenson and Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait drove to Clarion, Sunday to see the former's nephew, Dean Wall- ukait, who is hospitalized there following injuries suffered in an auto accident several days ago. A son was born Sunday morning to Mr and Mrs George Simon of Joliet, 111. Mrs Simon is the former Barbara Schneider and this makes Mr and Mrs Pau» Schneider grandparents for the first time. Richard Helmers returned to Algona Oct. 14 after serving four years in the U.S. Air Force. Richard, the son of Mr and Mrs John J. Helmers, was stationed in Texas for two and a half years and spent 18 months overseas on Okinawa and Formosa. Mr and Mrs Helmers and their 11-month- old son, David, will make their home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke recently visited their daughter Rita, a sophomore student at the Iowa State College, Ames. Mrs P. W. Hansen visited last week with her daughter and son- in-law, Mr and Mrs Andrew Miller, at Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers left Thursday for a visit with his brother and wife, Mr and Mrs; Pete Helmers at Mantoon, 111. Mr and Mrs Dick Allert drove to Burt Tuesday to bring home their daughter Sandra Who had spent a few days with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Geb Mr and Mrs Glen Raney had their son-in-law and daughter and grandson, the Rev. and Mrs Robert Holzhammer and David, of Iowa Falls as guests a couple of days this week. Mr and Mrs Morris Givens and the former's mother, Mrs Lucy Givens were visited last week. Monday and Tuesday by the senior Mrs Givens' brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Givens of Woodward, Okla. Carrie and Margaret Durant, accompanied by their brother, William drove to Des Moines last week to attend the funeral service of Agnes V. Flannery, held at St. Ambrose Cathedral. Miss Flannery was a widely- known musician and poet. She at one time was national radio chairman for the League of American Pen Women. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera spent from Sunday till Wednesday last week at Waterloo with theii son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hutchinson and family. They took home the grandson, Tommy, who had been visiting here. They plan to spend Sunday with the Hutchinsons and will be accompanied by Mr and Mrs William Ressler. Hub Clothiers Special! NOT THE CHEAPEST - BUT THE BEST FOR THE MONEY BOYS' PARKAS With Full Mouton-Lined Convertible SPLIT HOOD! 12 • WINTEHY BLASTS just can't get through or inside this splendid Parka. • Fully Mouiori lined split hood is form-fitting, zipper convertible so can be worn as cpl- lar also. • Jacket is combed Mountain Cloth with water repellent finish over all. • Thick, ioasiy warm 16 ounce quilted lining. • Full zipper front — also buttons. LEUmOLDmilAMS \^lot^^ GFUD GUESSERS CONTEST By 01' Man Mose Three Algonans out-distanced all rivals to take all the prise money in our sixth, and largest, weekly contest. Ken Bunkofske. a senior at Algona high school, and Orville Kinden each missed only two games, including the Stanford- Washington 7-7 stand-off and Pitt's 26-7 verdict over Duke. Bunkofske's point guess of 60 won him the $10 first prize and ran his winnings for the season to $18.50. He tied for first and took third in previous contests. Kinden guessed 59 points and took the $3 second place award. A St. Cecelia's junior, Cecil Schilmoeller, got 17 games right and won the $2 third place prize. Oklahoma's 56-21 runaway from Colorado furnished the top total score of 77 points. R. D. Walker, Lone Rock, and Judd St. John, Mrs Mary Rousseau, Judy Lowman, Louie Gilbride, Roland Bode; Monte Pearson, Ramona Amfahr, Mrs Les Kenyon and Russ Kelley, Algona. were the ten persons who were just off the pace with 16 games right. Twenty-eight persons, including Eulan Schuller, Gerald Schuller, Joan Bisenius and Jim McDonnell, Whittemore; Marv Bolliriger and Robert Anderson, Fenton; Lois Hedrick and Mrs Arthur Dimler, LuVerne; Marlyn Bausman, Lone Rock; Dorothy Rieken, Burt) Frank Seely, Ringsted; and Mrs Chester Willey, Madonna Erpelding, Donald Rhadwell, Eugene Durant, W. W. Gillespie, Mrs Charles Hoffmann, Mrs Garland Bradley, W. A. Foster, Stan Black, Jody Cutler, Ken Geilenfeld, Gordon Schmidt. Tom Kenefick, L. F. Rosmann, Holand Bode, Mrs James Esser and Merrill Walker, all of Algona, got .15 games correct. Mrs Robert Anderson, Ted Jensen and Harold Grunhovd, Fenton; Kenneth Sarchet and C. F. Mittag, Hurt; Glen Welp, Tilonka; Lamont Jansen, Bancroft; C. J. SchemmeL Swea City; Jim McDonnell, Whitlemore; Harold Schmalen, West Bend; Hubert O'Brien, Bode; J. W. Neary, Emmetsburg; Carol Reynolds, Des Moines; Charlotte Meier, Albert Lea; Harold Blinkman, Minneapolis; and Mrs Chester Willey, Robert Welter, Wall Hagen, Marie Gearen, Howie Funk,, Louie Lenz, Owen Hurl, Palti Hedlund, W. W. Gillespie, Harry Spongberg, Virginia Scanlan, Mike Stoffel, Patricia Gilbride, Don Johnson, Francis Bunting, Loren Hahle, Olive Rosmann, Bob Devine, Dave Kohl, Mrs Chel Webb, Gary Webb, Helen Geilenfeld, Mrs Lowell Samp, Mrs Lyle Black, Jerry Rupp, Garland Bradley and Carroll Christensen, Algona, were the 42 persons with 14 games right. There were 59 contestants with 13 right, 47 with 12 right, 33 with 11, 27 with ten, nine with nine, and AI Granzow of Algona got eight games out of 20 and moved to the end of the bench for a week. Eight entries with late 1 postmarks were received and did not enter, in the judging, while another without a name missed a chance ai the money. There's another fine group of 20 games on the big contest page to be found elsewhere in today's UDM, so fill it out and mail or bring it to our Office before noon Saturday and get in on the fun. Look'out for upsets. Mr and Mrs John Groite and Mr and Mrs William Nelson were in Des Moines a week ago to see the "Ice Follies." ' Mr and Mrs John J. Helmers had their children and families for dinner Sunday, Oct. Present were Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers and David, Algona, Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson, Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs Virgil Wilshuen, and children of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen are leaving Friday for the Ozarks and a visit of a week with their son< in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs| Fred Lain, at Versailles, Mo. ' Mrs Carrie Haase was brought home Sunday from Jewel by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harry Phillips with whom she had spent a week. All were supper guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Gail Haase. ALGONA^ SATURDAY MORNING HALLOWEEN SHOW FOR THE YOUNGSTERS Free Comic Books to All! Special Prize to those in complete Hallowe'en Costume. Dress up and have funl Let's Talk About Suits .../ RUTH TERRY *t\« "tit *i" WILLIAMS • (tel«w STEVENS ««ri TREEN • ta,M 9 THE WIERE BROS. BOB NOUN w* SONS Of THE PIONEERS • A PICTURI Plus 6 Color Cartoons Aitvredty Yourt WORSTED FUNNEL with fine saddle stitching Good • oj - gold fash« ion, the box suit distinguished with saddle stitching to accent its precise young lines, its quartet of double-welt pockets and back belt tabs. Arthur Jay tailors it in fine worsted flannel for sizes 7 to 15 in Charcoal, Light Grey, Brown,, $35.00 Do you realize that the CHRISCHILLES STORE ha* one of the largest selections of smart Fall suits in this part of the country? Do you realize that these distinctive Fall suits, made from finest woolens, flannels, tweeds, are shown in all sizes here from $35.00 to $85.00? That just about (.'overs every category. These new Fall suits are truly gorgeous in their autumn shades of wine, brown and copper and you'll have an outfit to feel proud of. Why not come in this week, while Fall weather permits the greatest number of "wearable days ? Chrischilles Store Jerry and Slephett Osttum spent the weekend at Mankato Minn., with their father, Ed Ost rum. Mrs Georgia f hftveS was visited Monday by Mrs W. F, Schmitt of Richland Center, Wis., and Mrs Lena Schmitt of Garner. Mr and Mrs Holman Anderson came Monday from Clarion to attend the funeral services for the former's uncle, Oscar Anderson. Harry Ward spenf Sunday ai Rochester, Minn., with Mrs Ward who is recovering from surgery last week for removal of th6 gall bladder. .....' Mrs Chris Wailukaii and her sister, Mrs Rbbert Scott drdve to Fort Dodge Friday, and brought home th'eir sister, Mrs Wilma Brown, who spent the weekend at the Scotts. . Mr and Mrs John Gerber had their granddaughter ' and ".husband, Mr and Mrs Martin Eslinger of Sabetha, Kan., as over night guests Sunday. They came to attend the Mogler-EricksQn nuptials. ; ' Mr and Mrs A. L. Long of Davenport ha've returned from their trip to. Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash., and are now at Wellsville, Pa., with the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glee Pitcher. Nancy Hudson came' from Mason City and Janice Hudson came from Fairmont, Minn., to spend the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson. Nancy is attending the Hamilton business college and Janice is employed as telephone D. D. Monlux is recovering nicely from surgery for removal of a cataract. The sons, Dr. Andrew Monlux, of Denver, Colo., and Dr. William Monlux, of Ames have been with the parents at Iowa City where the surgery was performed at the university hospital. Mr and Mrs W. E. Courtney spent the weekend in St. Paul visiting J"udy DeZeller and her sister. Mrs W. E. Courtney accompanied by her daughter-in- law, Mrs Loren Courtney, is visiting this week in the southern part of Iowa with relatives and friends. • Mr and Mrs Wilbur Christensen of Wesley have become parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the St. Ann Hospital. They named him Alan Clair. This is the third child for the Christen- sens, as they have another, son and a daughter Mrs Christensen is the former Arlene Hagg' Mrs Loretta Giffin is home from Fort Dodge where she had surgery. Her daughters, Mrs O. F. Apple of Fort Richards, Anchorage, Alaska and daughter. Martha and Mrs Roger Christensen of Los Angeles, Calif, are here for an indefinite length of time. Mrs Giffin is improving nicely. Mr and Mrs W. Holldorf are home from Rochester, Minn., where both had major surgery. Mr Holldorf returned home last mid-week and Mrs Holldorf came home Sunday. Both are getting along well but it : will be < some time before Mrs Holldorf will be able to resume her work at the Grntte Cafe. • • ; Bob Kohlhaas, son of Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, flew from Washington, D. C. to Iowa City a week ago Saturday to attend homecoming and stayed with his brother Phil at a fraternity house. The following day he came to visit his parents and was joined here by his sister, Anita Rose and her friend, Arlene Lungrin, of Minneapolis, Minn. He returned to Minneapolis with them Sunday and flew back to Washington to be at work Monday. Mrs Ed Goeekd expects her tit ter, Mrs Amos Bohlettkarhp of Spencer for a visit one day this mid week. * Adrian Casler U leaving next week and will spend the winter in Florida. He' has been employed at road surfacing. • Mr and Mrs Robert King ahd Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund attended the Iowa State- Kansas State football game at Ames -Saturday. • ''. • Me and Mrs George Sefrlt were Visited last:week Tuesday and Wednesday: by Mr SefrlttC sister, Mrs P; L. Spencer of Morristown, N. J., and Mrs Paul Seaton of Perry. . Mr and Mrs Herb .Hedlund, Virginia, Patricia and John spent last weekend at Des Moines at* tending Drake homecoming ; and other activities. They were guests of Mrs Hedlund's mother. Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst of West St. Paul, Minn., are parents of a daughter whom. they have named Virginia Dale, born Sunday. Mrs Olive Herbst is the paternal grandmother. Joel is with the Remington-Rand Co. Mr and Mrs John Grolte-were visited last mid-week by Mr and Mrs G. O. UkerS'of Webster City. Mr -and Mrs Lee Schenck and Mr and Mrs : Clarence Metzger drove to Minneapolis' Saturday and met the Metzger's daughter, Shirley, i whp came, from Poi't- and, 'Ore.,- where she is employed as medical secretary in a hospital there. The men attended ;he Minnesota-Michigan football ?ame and the women'Saw ciner- ama. Mf and Mrs Albert Hagg were visited Monday by.their daughter Mrs Vincent Matz and son Ronnie and a couple of friends of Benhart, Mrs Albert Hagg and flaberi Liesner drove to Fort Dodge, Saturday, to see Mrs Emily Kain, who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital, Her daughter,;..Mrs Llesner is staying with h&r during her hospitalizatton, • , Mrs Ermart Hanseri has had word from her parents that the mother. Mrs Martin Bobo, is considerably-improved ,from Her re« cent sickness and is able to:be U p and around a little. She suffered a-stroke some time,ago. !,,>•.., i>b and Mrs James Scott, niece of Herman Hauberg, and her husband are expected here-Friday from Iowa Falls to make their home. Mr Scott is with the John Deere company and as soon as a suitable .bouse can be found, the household goods will be shipped here. Mrs Hilda Gronwall plans to leave the first Week of NpvemV ber for San Diego, Calif, to spend the Winter with' her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Geo. Sayles. She wil| also visit, her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jerry Gronwall at Fullerton, Calif.' v ' Mr and Mrs Wade Hansen and sons Dirk and Lynn and-Wade's mother, Mrs Elsie Hansen, drove to Belle Plain, Minn., Sunday and spent the day with the senior Mrs Hansen's son-in-law and daughter. She reiaained for a longer visit and will also spend some time at Mankato and Good ThUhder, Minn. Mr and M*s John Hayes drfiv* to Des Moihes for the weekend and there joined their son Kirk, a student at Drake university. They drove to Iowa City, accompanied by Kirk's;- roommate, Lowell Middlestadt,, of Chicago, for the Homecoming football game. Sunday'all went to Sigourney to attend . the wedding of Mrs Hayes' niece. Mr *id iM*8 Frank Stebritz have been visited by 1 their son, Sgt. Paul Stebritz who was home from service in-Korea oh a 30-day leave. He and his mother went to Mission, Kan., to visit Mr and Mrs , James - Synder, the latter being a daughter" brMrS Stebritz. spending from last week Thursday, till Monday there. ;Sgt. Ste- britz reported, at Fort.Riley, Kan., and his mother < returned home via train. ; . ... ;<;: "'' Mr, and Mrs Kenneth Brown of Milwaukee, Ore. visited; friends here-Siinday arid were'guests of Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst. Kenney- and his parents; *Mi' and Mrs Ai, L. Brown/ and the brothers Douglas and Gordon will be well- remembered former Algerians. Mr Brown was Kossuth County agent and the family moved to a, farm at Salix. ' Kenney was married Oct. 15 and was on his. honeymoon. They .had visited-his parents and from here went to Ames where 'he had attended 'college. He is associated with the North Pacific Lumber Company. Mrs 'Herbst entertained Mr • and Mrs Brown and Mrs Olive Herbst and Benjie at dinner Sunday evening honoring Ted's-, birthday. Ends Thursday: "FAR HORIZONS" and MARCIANO-MOORE Fight Pictures . . . FRIDAY and SATURDAY BARE PRISON LOVE NEST! A SHOCKING STORY IDA LUPINO JAN STERLING CLEO MOORE AUDREY TOTTER PHYLLIS THAXTER and HOWARD DUFF Features SUNDAY FOR TWO DAYS ALGONA^ Continuous Sunday From 1:00 P.M. LD TO THE THUNDERING THROB OF A THOUSAND ROARING JETS! The hair-raising, trail-blazing glories of the steel-nerved 'Sky-Tiger' who became America's first Triple Jet Ace... and the real-life, real wonderful love story of 'Butch'— the beautiful bundle of courage who became his wife. WWfW JiLAH ILAPD- JllNB JlLLYSON WARNERQPL.QR «IM sutiing JAMES WHITMQRI? s«itn ««»t?TED SHEROEMAN jnoIAU HCHJI , HENRY PLANKS MLV.

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