The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 19
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'56 Cadillac On Display Now SEDAN DE VILLE: Cadillac's Sedan de Ville, a four-door hardtop presented for the first time for 1956, preserves the graceful Florentine window styling of two-door hardtops yet provides the roominess and four-door convenience of sedan models. Rear seat head and leg room In the Sedan de Ville is greater than in two-door hardtop models. The car features a new power train consisting of a new 285 horsepower engine and a "controlled coupling" Hydra- Matic transmission which is completely new in principle and mechanical parts. New Cadillac is now on display at Ernie Williams Pontiae-Cadillac in Algona. Thursday, October 27, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 Lakofa Host To Presbytery Mission Fest Lakola — The Annual Mission Fest of the Presbyterian church was held Sunday with three services. Rev. Gerald Ukena of West Union spoke at the morning and evening services. Rev. Ukena is a son of Mrs Ida Ukena of Lakota. Rev. Henry Van Dyke of the Buffalo Center Reformed church was the afternoon speaker. Rev. Vriesen was a -guest at the afternoon services. • ' Special music numbers were given by the choirs. The goal of $2250.00 for Missions lacked but a few dollars but it was expected that more contributions would attain the goal. , A fellowship , dinner and 4 o'clock coffee were enjoyed by a large number. Among former members present for part of the services were Mr and' Mrs George Geerdes and Mr and Mrs Henry Geerdes, Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff,. Burt; Mrs Charles Helgason, arid Mrs Herman Wertjes ' Bricelyn, Mr and Mrs George Heetland, Cleai Lake; DK, ! ~ and -,.Mrs' ^Mayn^jd Ukena, Ames, 'Mrs Gerald Ukena and Julie, West Union. Farewell Courtesy Mrs C. C. Gerzema and Mrs A. C. Schissel entertained at a coffee party Friday afternoon at the Gerzema home. Guests included the Mesdames P. G. Groff, Herman Jutting, Jakie Peterson, Henry Johnson, Albin Nelson, George Ennen, V. A. Barrett and Jerry Heetland. They were all members of the Home Talent Play cast given last winter by the Band Mothers. Mrs Albin Neflson was presented with a gift. She has been the president but moved last week to Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff, Mrs Charles Helgason and Mrs Herman Wertjes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Steele and Miss Atta Johnson. Mr and Mrs Ralph Steele oi Bloomington, 111. were Saturday night guests of the former's sister, Mrs Lauren Thompson and family, Sunday they were all dinner guests o'f Mr and Mrs George Steenberg near Buffalo Center, Mr and, Mrs Robert Rlp> pentrop and Mr and Mrs George Bauman and family were also there and Mr and Mrs Raymond Steele joined . the group in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson and family moved Thursday to Buffalo Center to be near Albin's work as truck driver for the creamery. „ ' Rev. and Mrs G. E. McCanon of Bristow visited Sunday afternoon With their son-in-law and daughter, Mr' and Mrs Russell Te- Paske. Dr. and Mrs Maynard Ukena and two sons of Ames were Sunday visitors with the former's mother, Mrs Ida Ukena. Mrs Jerry Ukena and Mrs Gene Garrett were hostess to tht Presbyterian Miriam Circle Thursday afternoon. Mrs Mary Telkamp gave the devotions and Mrs Jerry Heetland reviewed the 12th Chapter of Hebrews. The Esther Circle met with Mrs H. H. Murray assisted by Mrs Elmer Paulsen. Mary Circle met in the evening with Mrs Laurence Lewis and Mrs Wilson Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Saturday in honor of Robert s father Guy Beemer, who was observing a birthday. Guests, were Mr and Mrs Guy Beemei and Billie, Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams and Mrs Carrie Will- and Mrs W. E. Ley spent Sunday in Rochester visiting with three cousins of Mr Ley who were in Rochester going 'through the Mayo Clinic. Mrs Dena Boekelman and Henrietta of Algona were Saturday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs BU Mr e and Mrfw. E. Ley were in Des Moines Tuesday on business and visited their daughter, Mrs Edw. Buckels in Boone enroute. Mrs A. C. Schissel was in Minneapolis several days last week, with her mother-in-law, Mrs J. P. Schissel. Seneca Junior PlayOffered Seneca — The Seneca Junior Class is ' putting the finishing touches on 'its class play which they will present Thursday and Friday evening, Nov. 3 and 4 at the Seneca School gymnasium. The play entited, "The Antics of Andrew," is a hilarious comedy, written in three acts and is being directed by Mr Aschenbrenner. , This is a play that the entire family will enjoy, so reserve the evening of either Nov. 3rd or 4th to come and see "The Antics of Andrew." home, of his parents, the Martin Wilbergs and visited his father at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. The elder Mr Wilberg submitted to surgery for a ruptured appendix on Saturday evening. ST. JOE NEWS Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer and family were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Grandgenett. UDM Classifieds' Pay Dividends Attend Funeral Mr and Mrs Aschenbrenner Attended the funeral of a relative at' Dysart, Iowa, Friday. Mrs Mary Christenson of Swea City and Mrs Henry Looft served as substitute teachers for the day. Ruptured Appendix » Martin Wilberg' was Crushed to Ifie" Holy Family Hospital at Estherville Saturday afternoon where he submitted to an emergency operation for a ruptured appendix. Reports received. Monday morning indicated that he is recuperating as well as can be expected. Mrs Wilberg has beep at the hospital with him and the family visited him Sunday afternoon. Several Seneca women attended the Farm Bureau Women's Hobby Show held at the Methodist Church basement at Algona Friday. The Seneca group demonstrated the decorating of aluminum trays. Senecans in attendance included Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Lyje England, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs' John Struecker, Mrs Helmers and Bertha Olsen. Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson attended the couples meeting held Sunday evening at the Nazareth Lutheran Church at Armstrong. The program for the evening centered on The Family altar. Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis visited over the weekend at the DAVIS SEAM RIPPER and Button Hole Cutter Frl., Sat., and Monday Limit Ito* customer Reg. 55c Value! This handy Hem It Indliperuable for all sawing and alteration work. Rips teams quickly, cutt ttltehed button holet, cuts off buttons, removes snaps, picks threads neatly and tafely. Will save you time and material. Hardened hand- ground steel blade will stay sharp , . . fits In cap for safe storage. Every housewife that sews will want one of these. Get yours today at this special price. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr and Mrs Bill Amon YOU'RE INVITED! ANNUAL ALGONA FIREMAN'S BENEFIT (No Solicitation) V.F.W. Hall Algona Saturday. Nov. 12 Rhythm Club Admission $1 Each Your Firs'Dept, Will Appreciate Your Ticket Purchase And Attendance Ernie Williams Pontiae-Cadillac State Street Your New Cadillac Dealer in Algona Invites You to See and Drive the Inspiring We are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Ernie Williams Pontiae-Cadillac as your Cadillac dealer in Algona. The opening of this new Cadillac headquarters will, we feel certain, mark an important milestone in our effort to provide motorists of this area with the finest in Cadillac sales and' service. Their location is convenient . . . their personnel are experienced and competent ... and their entire operation has been organized to serve you promptly and efficiently. We hope you will reserve a special place on your calendar of activities for an early visit to this new dealership. Your new Cadillac dealer is most anxious to meet you ... to have you inspect his new facilities . . . and to acquaint you with the new 1956 Cadillac motor cars now on display in the showroom. These inspiring new 1956 models will certainly make your visit a most rewarding one. The 1956 Cadillac presents a dramatic step forward in engineering and performance—and its long, low sweeping lines ... its jewel-like grille and rear fender design . . . its brilliant highlights of chrome and gold . . . and its exciting new colors ... all combine to create a truly unique beauty. We urge you to visit Ernie Williams Pontiae-Cadillac . . . and to meet Mr. Ernest L. Williams and his staff. We know you will find your visit both interesting and educational. Distributor BETTS CADILLAC I)«'s .Moiiies, Iowa As Your Cadillac Dealer r I am proud to show you now America's finest automobile My Good Friends: I would like to add a personal word here to the fine message that is presented above in our behalf by Betts Cadillac of Des Moines, distributors of Cadillac in this area. All of us here on the staff of Ernie Williams Pontiae-Cadillac consider it a rare privilege to present to you an automobile like the new 1956 Cadillac. Just to see it is worth the price of admission ... to drive it is a rare treat you will never forget . . . and to own a Cadillac is something that can be duplicated in no other automobile. We are proud and honored to show you this wonderful automobile, and we cordially invite you to stop at our showroom and inspect the new 1956 Cadillac at your leisure. Very Sincerely, ERNIE WILLIAMS ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC Courthouse Square — Algona

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