The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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8-Algano (la.) Upper De* Molnes Thursday, October 27, 1955 I2S KITTENS . 12 year old cat of the Heinie Dethiefs of Manning, died there recently, touring her career she Mothered 125 kitten's of all species, color and temperament. Mrs MerwitvMarloW entertain ed two tables of 500 Saturday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs Dick O'Donnell for high. Mrs Wilfred Radig, low and Mrs Lyle Marlow won door prize. If IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT £S»»SW)»»»»#^^ CHEVROLET Here Oh November 4th PRICES ON THESE USED CARS! 1954 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR 210, model, new rubber, clean as whistle 1953 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 4-Door—Power Glide Radio — etc. etc. 1952 PONTIAC 4-DOOR Hydramatic — Radio Brand New Paint 1949 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR Good running and Newly Painted 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR Sedan with Hi-Drive Radio and More 1952 PACKARD EIGHT Ultramatic Drive — Radio — New Rings 1951 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR. Radio — Heater New Paint Job SEVERAL 1941 to 1948 Chevs & Fords $125 to $225 Our Used Car Lot Wi BE OPEN Friday & Saturday Nites TO SHOW THESE CARS Every Car with OK Reconditioning Every Car Sold With WRITTEN GUARANTEE KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SW of Courthouse Square Sold B^ Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Murtagh, is shown above at left as she pinned a University of Iowa homecoming badge on the lapel of Dean—Emeritus Rudolph Kueyer, of the college of pharmacy, who ^was one of the originators bf the badge 32 years ago. Assisting Judy in the sale of the badge to the dean is Jeanne Niemeier, Sioux City. (Cut courtesy Iowa City Press-Citizen). Former LuVerne Woman Elected Wa-Tan-Ye Head Nevada, la. where he will do the same type of work as a meat cuti ter. He starts Oct." 28. Mrs Nora Oronbach was host* ess-to the 500 Club on Oct. 25. Galen Heinkel, a victim of an automobile accident early this summer, and who has been confined to his bed since, received his final check at the Mercy hospital at Mason City on Sunday arid is now about on crutches. * Portland Twp. • By Mrs. Victor Fifeh LuVerne—Mrs Harley Christiansen of Estherville was elected president of the National Association of Wa-Tan-Ye clubs Saturday at the 30th annual National convention held at Savanna, 111. She and other national officers were installed at the conclusion of the convention. Mrs . Christiansen, daughter of Anna Hanselman and the late eorge Hanselman of LuVerne, as spent most of her life in Iowa. Educated in the LuVerne public school, she attended Dowler College at Milwaukee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Christiansen are the Darents of two daughters, Mrs Sobert Swan of Iowa City and Jora, a student at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls Shower For Bride A miscellaneous shower was held in the Methodist church basement on Saturday evening, Oct. 22 for Caroline Weber who became the bride of Jerry Weber, son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber, on Oct. 17. A short program was given —Solo, Mrs Clare Champine; reading, Mrs Raymond Nelson; solo, Mrs Kenneth Sorenson. The bride was assisted in opening of her gifts by her sister, Mary, Mrs Wayne Vaudt of Livermore. Good Will Benefit The Good Will Club was hostess to a Coffee Benefit on Thursday p.m., Oct. 20 for the Iowa Children's Home. A free will offering was taken which netted over $53. Robert Bull, a repre- sentive of the home was guest speaker. Mrs Grace Dudley, president of the club, poured. Forty-five guests were served. Evening Star Circle Mrs Sylvester Brace was hostess to the Evening Star Circle on Thursday evening with Mrs Beulah Martin as co-hostess. Mrs Ray Agard had charge of the devotions and Mrs Claire Champine gave the lesson. Two new members were welcomed into the circle, Mrs Robert Barber and Miss Eleanor Peterson. Mrs Allen Blake was a guest. Three New Arrivals A baby girl was born Oct. 1 to Mr and Mrs William Blair at Superior, Wis. Julie Ann is her name and she weighed eight pounds and four ounces. Mrs Blair is the former Doris Gronbach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach. Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf Jr. of Ames are the parents of a baby girl born Oct. 12. She weighed six pounds and has been named Jan Gail. Mrs Hardcopf's mother, Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer of St. Benedict, is staying in the Hardcopf home, helping care for the new baby. Mr and Mrs Richard Fett became the parents of a baby boy born Oct. 16 in the hospital at Mason City. He weighed five pounds and four ounces and has been named Rodney Dean. Mrs Fett returned home from the hospital but Rodney Dean remained in the incubator. LuVerne 4-H Met The LuVerne Eager Beavers 4-H Club met at the town hall on Oct. 17. The meeting was called to order by the President LeRoy Weitzel. Charles Brown is a new leader and Albert Fish Jr. is a new member. New officers were installed as follows: LeRoy Weitzel, president, Donnie Carroll; vice president, Gary Wittmer, secretary -' treasurer; Dave Hobsheidt, news reporter. G. M. Will, our past leader, was a guest. Lunch was served by Mrs Hinz and Mrs Behnkendorf. Community Planning Council met Tuesday evening in the city hall to make further plans for the Halloween party for the children of the LuVerne Community. It was decided to have the party Halloween night, Oct. 31. J. J; Club met at the home of Lita Dehnert on Friday. A short business session was conducted by Vera Thorn. Dorothy Phillips gave a book review on "Interrupted Melody." Lunch was served by the hostess. Donald Larson, a student at Ames, spent the weekend at his parents home, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Larson. Frank Gronbach accompanied by Henry Hesse of Sioux City, drove to Superior, Wis. last Thursday to visit .in the home of Mr and Mrs Wm, Blair. Mrs Gronbach who had been staying in the Blair home and making the acquaintance of her new granddaughter, Julie Ann, returned with her husband. Thursday and Friday , .visitors in the home of Mr and .Mrs LJoyd Larson were Mr and Mrs Irvia Gerges of San Diego, Cal. Guests in the Mr and ;Mrs S. R. Barker home on Saturday were Mr and Mrs A. .W. Porter and j daughters, Mrs Wm. Pelley, Helen and Patty, Ft. Dodge, Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker and family of LuVerne. Keith Wilhelmi, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelmi left for the states, Oct. 14. He has spent some time in Germany. He will receive his final discharge. Alvin Weber of LuVerne and Mr Henry Weber of Corwith left Sunday p.m. for Chicago, 111. on Dusiness. The Junior group 4-5-6 grades of the LuVerne Methodist church met at the Church Friday after school for a pot luck supper. The group organized as the Junior Missionary Society and chose Sally Prior for president, Dale Kubly, vice president; Linda Agard, secretary; and Mickey Baker, treasurer, Mrs Kenneth Sorenson and Mrs Jim Mallory work with the Juniors. Friday nite the Boy Scouts and uests took their annual hayride with Mr and Mrs J. Mallory as chaperone.s. Dale Richardson drove the "team", a reliable Super M. loaned by Albert Hev ti. The Mesdames Wm. Prior, Carl Groh, Clif Holmes, Harold Trauger prepared lunch. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson ana Mr and Mrs Edward Lindebak and Mrs John Nelson Sr. left Sunday, p.m. for Des Moines to attend the Bankers convention. Mr and Mrs Robert Surby and children of Waterloo spent the weekend at the parental home Mr and Mrs Phil Henderson. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch ann Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and son were callers in LuVerne on Sunday and also attended open house In the new school building, i Mr and Mrs Carl Merkle and son of Denver, Colo, spent a few days visiting relatives. They also went to LeMars to visit their son Dick, who is a student in West- mar. The children of Mrs Anna Hanselman dropped in on their mother on Tuesday evening to help their mother celebrate her birthday. In attendance were Mr ana Mrs Harley Christensen of Estherville and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman and daughter of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Earl Hanselman and family of Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Percy Brink have had as their guests Mr and Mrs Wm. Lee from Morris, Minn. Mrs Lee and Mr Brink are brother and sister. Mrs Cecil Baker was hostess to her contract bridge club on Thursday. Honors went to Marge Wilson, Ella Rossing, Shirley Wonderly. Gene Stoddard was a substitute. Mr and Mrs Date Brayton and children of Ft. Dpdge spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach. Dale has expectid a new job in Mr and Mrs David Bolie and family were Sunday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Steven* Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruthven visited Monday dt the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch. Mrs George Hix spent Friday afternoon at the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch received word that their daughter, Mrs Helen Schore of Pomona, Calif., was married Sunday to Mr Sterling Steinfert. They will make their jfi'ome tit Pomona. Arthur Hix of Algona and Jim Bowers of Gordon, Nebr., visited Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse Friday. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Gifford home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and boys and Mr and Mrs Gene Lampe and family of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests of- Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe. • Mr and Mrs Jay Steven and Jeanie were Sunday evening guests at the P. W. Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch, Harlan and Beverly of Algona, were Sunday supper guests at the Victor Fitch home. The Veteran who feenlists !ri the United States Air Force is guaranteed eoitttpMtemHrC disability ittsuMfice, $10,000 "gover- life Insurance, ,sary and post exchange privileges! education and. technical training aM job security. ADVERTISING ift the Algoftl Get Moittes rescues more s M Kessuth .eoufttr ether The Greatest Name in Watch Value! Lone Rock 4-H Install Officers On October 20, the first regu-^ lar meeting of the .Lone Rock Lively Rockets was held at the home of Jane Kissner, with in- .offlUaHon of officers as the principle business. ••;eht new members were also initiated into the club, Janice Els- ''becker, Muriel Nordine, Jeanette Hanna, Janece Kissner, LaVonne Thompson, Dawn Schultz, Susan Montgomery, and Joann McCleish. The record books for this year's project, Home Furnishings, were distributed to the girls. Margaret Fischer was apppinted music chairman and Patricia- O'Donnell was made chairman of recreation. Monday, Oct. 24, was set as the date on which the new programs were to be made. Florence Meyer, a former mem* her of the club, was a guest, as were'several of the girls' mothers. 29,75 If you an looking for tb« greatest possible value in fine witches, see these new Bulovas ... he?*'* smart-, nets and dependability «t an exceptionally low price! WANT ADS BRING RESULTS LAYAWAY for CHRISTMAS GIFTS-WATCHES-WATCH REPAIR JUST EASf OF ALGONA THEATRE ' Poultrymen of Kossuth County A Representative of Chemell's Hatcheries of Fayetteville, Ark., and Gainsville, Ga. will be present Wed., Nov. 2,7:30 p. m. at the But Legion Hall to give full details on their contract to Buy Your Hatching Eggs 52 Weeks a Year With A Guarantee and Minimum Price! Don't Mix Thi> Opportunity I Their price to the farmer today is 70c per doz. Refreshments Will Be Served! ALL FARMERS AND POULTRYMEN OF KOSSUTH COUNTY WELCOME Peter's Corner Store - Burt Hffl

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