The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 8
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8~Alfl6no (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, November 3, 1955 Society Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen attended the wedding Sunday at West Bend of Delia Claude and fiugene Haugland in the Methodist church at 2 o'clock. The Cresco Mother and Daughter Club will meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 9, with Mrs Bill Tjaden. Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Moose Hall. Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. in the Moose Hall. This will be guest night. To Wed , First banns of marriage have, been pronounced for Michael P Schmidt and Roseahne A. Erpelding. Monthly Luncheon The monthly luncheon at St Cecelia's Academy will be held this noon (Thursday) with serving to start at 11:30 a.m. Creamed chicken and mashed potatoes with all the trimmings will be served by the committee. Baptismal Service Bapitsmal rites were held Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church for Vickie Lynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs 'Gerald Funk, the Rev. Luther Loesch officiating. Sponsors were Virginia Kickbusch and Bill Kickbusch. A 35, Fit - Sat BIG SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW! Straight from Chicago & Det Moines t6 Algonal THE JOINT WILL REALLY JUMPI Rhythm Packed and Star Sluddtd with . . Naf "King" Cob Turntr OuVt Elllngto* D«rn»U Uenard *ttd MC-WWi« Sryant . plui man gnat Rock 'a' Roll itara A- family dinner was served following the rites at which guests were the Rev. and Mrs Loesch, Mr and Mrs William Funk, Diane Riley, the great-grandmother. Mrs Elizabeth Funk and Mrs Paul Tege- land of Belmond. Plan A Bazaar Ladies of the First Lutheran church will hold a bazaar Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Moose Hal from 8:30 till 3 o'clock. Coffee and lunch will be served. Guests Of Merfymans Mr and Mrs Tom Merryman were visited last week Sunday by Mrs Merryman's parents, Mr and Mrs Lester Overtoil oi Carlyle. A birthday dinner was given in honor of Tom's birthday and that of the daughter, Deborah Sue who was a year old Oct. 17. Housewarming Surprise Mrs Ba'rney Capesius was given a surprise housewarming last week Thursday by Mrs Carl Brown, Mrs Clarence Seimer, rs Loren Larson, Mrs Charles olwell, Mrs Vern Robinson of Dakota City, Mrs Henry Eisenbarth, Mrs Richard McGinnis, Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves, Mrs L. Scheppmanri and Marcell Reding. 500 was played and the ligh score prize was won by Mrs Seimer. Mrs Carl Brown won ;he low score and door prizes. Plum Creek Homemakers The Plum Creek Homemakers met Oct. 26 at the home of Marcella Garman with Gladys Priebe, Helen Ringsdorf and Ethel Johnson assisting hostesses. Committee in charge of a bene- tit card party are Eleanor Gardner, ' Madelyn Priebe, Marjorie Bode, Florence Bleich and Pearl Etherington. New area chairman are Buela Seely, Millie Slagle, Emma Paetz and Florence Kain. Buela Seely and Madelyn Prie- be were in charge of a very Interesting lesson • .on "W or I <: Trade." -.< • ..a-'.--'- ••• " • - ,.-,. The next meeting will be at Violet' pavis Nov. 16, with Mar- iqrie Bode, Martha Drager and Mildred Spear assisting. Wesley Man Ij Named Decorah City Engineer Wesley—Lowell P. Erdman, 29, son of the Paul Erdmans, was appointed city engineer last week by the city council of Decorah to fill the uhexpired term of Charles AUfillisch who resigned after 23 years in that position. His work includes designing and platting in connection with any construction work in the city anc to lay out lines for sitiewalks, sewers, curbs arid gutters etc. Erdman has his own practice of civil engineer and laM surveyor with offices in; Decorah. He also serves as part time instructor in pre-engineering at Luther college. He received his bachelors degree from Ames in 1950 and worked three years f6r«the Iowa Highway Cbmmisson in Jefferson.; He was construction engineer for Phillips Petroleum Co. Until he resigned in June 1955 to establish h/5 ow)i practice. > » Sunday guests in the Arvin Larson home were Andrew Op- peddhl of Goldfield, Mr and Mrs Orville Olsen and family of Bode, Mr and Mrs Martin Rog- less of Miller and Mr and Mrs Lester Larson. Dean Studer, son of 'Mr and tfrs Ray Studer of Cascade, Colo, s a member of the Notre Dame football team that defeated Navy Saturday 21-7. SquareDance Group Elects At Lu Verne LuVerrte—The Square Dance group met at the school' gym on Wednesday evening to, reorganize. The following officers were elected: Glen Braynard, President; Clare Chattipine, vice president; 'Virginia Wickett, secretary and treasurer. Following the business the group enjoyed square dancing. 'Lunch was served by committee. Honor Newlywads A party was held last Thursday evening in the city hall honoring Mr and Mrs Ed Klawitter of Bloomington, 111. Ap- proximately 30 relatives gather 1 ' ed to enjoy the, so.cial .evening Mr and Mrs RIawitte^;w»':iiaf', ried -in Edmonton, Alberta, Can.* on Oct. 12 and Wei* enroute to Bloomington where they will make their home. While in. Lu» Verne they were guests 'in the Home of Mr • and Mrs Erttesi Meyers Jr. Visitors in the home bf Mr and Mrs Van Hanson on Sunday Were Gordon Hanson of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover of poan. Mr and Mrs Gus Wagner of Freeborn, Minn, were weekend guests in the Charles Hln2 home. They 'also atettded the 75th anniversary at the Lutheran church on Sunday. Mrs James Mallory >was guest of the Ringsted P.T.A. on Tuesday, evening. She gave a Child's book review in observance of National Children book week. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Smith went to Ces Moines Friday to meet ;heir som Richard and his daugh- ;er, Susan from Hermosa Beach, Cal. who will- visit in the Smith Mrs Si R< Baker on Sunday were ,Mr and Mrs C. R. Baker and son and daughter b! Livermore, Mr" and Mrs Merlin Baker; and sons of Corwith, ':. , , / Guests in the home bi Dr. and Mrs John Skogmo, were Mrs Vera Skogftio of ' ! /'Chicago', , Illinois, Jeanette. Skoghlo of Des Moines, Marian Skognio bf Las Vegas, Nev arid Dick , Hads of Los Angeles.',; '•••; • • Sunday Visitors in the Home of. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk were her parents, Mr and Mrs Claire Jones of Royal. • ••.. Word has been received from Mr and Mrs Gordon Dimler that they have purchased a new home on Plantation Road, at Columbus, Georgia. Gordon plans to serve the army until his retirement. He has 13 'years plus to his credit. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler of Lu- Verne. it LET'S TALK TURKEY If We'll Be Your 'Host' for Thanksgiving} Beginning November 1, 1955 the following prices will become effective in our barbershops: Haircut (Men's).... Haircut (Children's). ALGONA BARBER SHOP BUNKOFSKE BARBER SHOP HANK'S BARBER SHOP 1.00 .85c THE HUB'S SPECTACULAR OFFER GOOD BETWEEN NOW AND THANKSGIVING Free Oven- Dressed Turkey (ALL READY TO POP INTO THE OVEN) iill SHOE STORE soft... fit... '8.95 PRETTIIST SHOES onyvvhero Come in ... dance out ... i n the sweater pump! Delight in the way it clings, clings, clings no matter how you spin or sprint! Can't slip . . . can't nip. In looks, such a classic : . . in feel, like nothing ever before! Try it ... elastic collared, soft-toed, cork insoled, hi or little-heel'd . . . Black calf, Black or Brown suede. as seen in MADEMOISELLE With the Purchase of any Men's SUIT or COAT at In Our Stocks $ 35 and up A plump, juicy, oven-dressed Thqnkigivlng Turkey absolutely FREI . . . ihqfs whqt the HUB CLOTHIERS is offering men of Kossuth county right now and until Thanksgiving. Now you can't beat that, gents, especially when the Hub is offering Its finest selection of men's coats and suits In history. But don't delay — we'll have plenty of birds but you'll want to make your selection while our stock Is complete. And after you've selected the coat or suit of your choice, we'll be the hosts at your Thanksgiving dinner) MLIAMS AJ.GONA.IOWA

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