The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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-fi 4-AtflttnaJla,) Upper Oe* Molnes Thursday, Nov. 10, 195S Supper Music Benefit Nov. 9 At Ledyard Ledyard—The Music Boosters served a chicken dinner for the public at the school on Wednesday, Nov. 9th beginning at E p.m. The dinner was servec family style. Mr and Mrs Jim Whitcomb and son Paul of Albert Lea, Minn., Don Whitcomb of Hutchinson, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests at the J. F. Sullivan home. Mrs Edward Looft returned Thursday from Sioux City where she had attended Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. Mrs Laurence Pingel of Algona underwent surgery et the Park Hospital in Mason City on last Thursday. Mrs Pingel teaches Kindergarten in Lone Rock. She is recovering nicely and expects to be home soon. Mrs Ernest Wortman of Lakota and George Winters of Algona, Who had been a visitor In their home called at the N. A. Pingel home on last Thursday afternoon. Ella McDonald and Mary Ellen Farrow who attend Briar Clift College in Sioux City spent the weekend at the home visiting their parents and attending the Junior Play on Friday evening. Mr and Mrs George Thompson had as guests on Sunday for dinner and afternoon lunch. Mrs Etta Benedict of Mason City, Mr and Mrs E. H. Mason of Charles City, Charlotte and Janete Mason and J. L. Lichty of LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Wm. Murray of Ottosen Soldier Returns To Army Duty In Texas . Olioien— Pvt. James McLuen recently concluded -a furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs K R. McLuen and with his wife's parents at Perry. They returned to Texas taking their trailer home with them. Bazaar Nels $145 A good crowd attended the annual bazaar and lunch sale sponsored by the Presbyterian Women's Organization Friday even ing in the Commercial Club Building. The group made around $145. Birthday Parly Sunday dinner guests at the Ef. D. Benson home'to celebrate :he Benson's daughter Carlene's Dirthday were Mr and Mrs Kalvin Henley and family of West 3end, Ruby Zaugg and Robert Besch of West Bend, Frank Dodd of Gilmore City, Mr and Mrs Archie Lansing and son of Dun- ombe and Dean Nilges of Britt. ^he Lansing family were over- light guests at the Benson home Saturday. Livermore. Children of Mrs Lola Eichhorn of Elmore, had a belated cooperative dinner for her in honor of her birthday at the home of Mr and Mrs C. L. Egesdal in Ledyard on Sunday. Those attending were the Fred Bastians Roy Eichhorns and Mrs Eva Wilcox of Fort Dodge, Mrs E. S Eichhorn and family of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Jay Jenkins of Winnebago and the Donald, Roy and Earl Eichhorns of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal, Jr. of Buffalo Center, Miss Nancy Eichhorn and Dean Lloyd. In the afternoon she was presented with many nice gifts. Duane Thompson, the youngest son of Mr and Mrs George Thompson, called his parent." Saturday. He was enroute by plane to Denver for. his firm. Mr and Mrs Leo Willa'dsen and Sandra spent Saturday in Webster City and then' went on to McCallsburg to spend Sunday with Mr.JWilladsen's sister and family. FIRES The Eagle Grove fire department answered three fire alarms within the span of 55 minutes one clay recently. None was serious. S. Nelson entered the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines Saturday where he will be a medical patient. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and son Terry, and Mrs Willis King and daughter, Vickie attended the wedding and reception of LaVonne Fay Reinders to LeRoy Arends at the Trinity Lutheran Church at Mallard Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Mr and Mrs -Earl Olson and son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen and daughter Jeannie of Bode were Sunday visitors at the home of Dr and Mrs William Olson and family at Charles City, to celebrate Vivian Olson's birthday which was Saturday. She is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Olson. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth visited their daughter, Mrs James Barber of West Bend and new baby daughter at St. Ann Hospital in Algona Wednesday afternoon. The baby was born Oct. 26 and weighed seven pounds and six ounces. She has been named Rhonda Mae. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme attended homecoming at Dana College at Blair, Neb. over the weekend. The Alme's daughter Shirley is a sophomore student there. Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley visited their . daughter Margaret, a student at Drake University in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson assisted Mr and Mrs Albert • Ellingson and family-- of Rutland from Wednesday until Friday. The Albert Ellingsons moved to farm they purchased at West Concord, Minn. The Mary Margaret Circle of the Bode W.M.F. met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Oliver Lee. Mrs Severt Nelson of Bode was the assisting host ess. Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Kropf home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo, Mr and Mrs Henry, Lofbloom anc August Shroader all of Walling ford, and Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and Mrs Willis King and Vickie were at the Melvin Olson home in Bode for Mr Olson's birthday which was Sunday. Sunday evening Mrs Ted Underberg was at the Olson home for a birthday party. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt visited Thursday at the George Wieland home at Britt. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth visited Friday at the Roy Kinseth home in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Carol and Mr and Mrs 31en Hellickson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Hannah Hellickson at Hardy. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Ray Frieden home were Mr and Mrs Paul Banwart and 'amily, Mr and Mrs Art Banwart ind family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Janwart and family and Mr ana Mrs Elmer Banwart and familv 11 of West Bend. Bernard Coyle and three chil- ren Becky, David and Bruce of 3ode were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home. Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson visited Wednesday evening at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lowell LONEROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Shelgren at Gilmore City. Barbara Enockson of Humboldt spent Saturday at the parental Roy Enockson home. Mrs Mary Cobb of West Bend visited Sunday afternoon at tht Morgan Hagen home. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Jensen at Rodman. Mrs" Magnus Bratland returned home Friday after spending a week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Sherman. Silbaugh at Humboldt helping with the household duties and caring for the new baby. Mr and Mrs Peter Malkmus, Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Kathryn, Mr and Mrs Harold Toms, and Mr and Mrs John Renquist and Dennie of Livermore were Sunday evening supper guests at the Olaf Bruvik home. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich and family the "Dr. Turner Day" at Rehwick Wednesday evening, Mrs Vincent Salz was 1 at the George Kjar home at West Bend Thursday afternoon. Mrs DeVere Newton, Mrs Henry Olson' and Mrs Howard Hellickson attended an all day meeting for 4-H leaders and committee women Wednesday. 'Mr and Mrs Antone Speich and daughter Mrs- Paul Berninghaus of Rodman visited Mr Berninghaus Sunday afternoon. He is a medical patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Alfred Schultz and Tim- ny and Debra spent overnight Wednesday vyith her mother Mrs Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig visited the Fred Iversoh home .in Belmond Sunday. Mrs Maude Blanchard returned Sunday after yfsiting in Ot tosen at the Alfred Schultz home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel and Curtis called at the Harlan Blanchard home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich were guests Wednesday evening at the P. M, Christenson home and showed moving pictures. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Gen* rich visited Mrs Millie Nolle ;n Algona. Mrs Mary Hauck of Humboldt returned home Sunday after visiting the Genrichs 'or several days. Mrs Amanda Pettit, Bernard and Evelyn Earing, Mr and Mrs 31enn Householder and family, Ars Woodrow Pettit, Argil and r immie attended the wedding of "uliana Maahs and Ronald Petit Saturday evening at Whittemore. Ralph Richards started last Wednesday working at Percival Motors in Algona. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and girls and Mrs Selma Hammerstrom were dinner guests Sunday at Ware at the Laverne Hammerstfom home. Sunday evening callers at the Hammer stforri Tiorne were Mr and Mrs Emil Person and Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family were dinner and supper guests at the home of Mrs John Junkermeler at Ledyarc Sunday, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards artd family, Mr and Mrs Frank- Richards and family were Sunday dinner guests of the M. O Richards. Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and family moved Monday to Estherville. Mrs Richard Gross and girls visited Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at Fred Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Carl Reinhardt visited Sunday afternoon at Art Zumach home Sunday evening callers were Mr and Mrs Wm. Buss. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Mrs Blanchard returned home with Mrs Schultz Thursday. Mr and Mrs John Zinnel of Worthington, Minn, were overnight guests at the Edward Zinnel home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family visited at the Harold Su'ndet home in Algona Saturday evening. called Thursday evening at E. J. Heidenwith home at Swea City. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck visited the Thompsons Tuesday evening. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn were Mr and VTrs Charles Qxmn and family, Mr and Mrs Joe Kramer, Tommy and Janice Goche, all of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Everett Mittag Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and iynthia all of Des Moines spent he weekend at the Henry Kueck home. Saturday evening they and Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen ot Seneca, Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck ana Karen. Mrs Donald Miller and Thomas and Gloria of LuVerne, Mi- and Mrs Gordon Wegener of Greenville, N. C., Charles Thompson of Bancroft spent the evening at the Henry Kueck home helping Mr Kueck celebrate his birthday. Mr and Mrs J. M. Jensen of Ringsted and Mr Wm. Christenson were Tuesday evening din- Mrs Ella WaJte^nd Mrs J. f, Waite and girls of Fehton visit* ed 4he P. M. Christenson home Wednesday. Friday luncheon guests at the Christenson 'home were Jlev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine. Saturday Merwin- Christenson took his sister, Marieta Chrjs^ tenson to Fort Dodge where she left by plane for Pueblo, Cold. Lawrence Geitzenauer, Ralph Bierstedt, Fritz Newbrough arid Bernard Reilly attended a meeting and were supper guests at the Hotel in West Bend, Thursday evening. Wednesday afternoon callers at the Edwin Wichtendahl home were Mrs Harold Horn, Mrs Ernest Schaffer, Debra and Billy of West Bend. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Willie Kruse artd Mrs Caroline Luedtke visited there. For a happy thrill TAKE A PEEK AHEAD ner guests of Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson. Former Resident Is Buried Here Services for Mrs M. L. Calver 61, Fort Dodge, former residen of Algona were held Octobei 31 in the Bruce Funeral Chape at Fort Dodge. Rev. Gee o'ffi dated at the rites and intermen was in Riverview Cemetery here Mrs Calver died Oct. 29 of a icart attack in her home. Her health had been poor for some time. Myrtle, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Stebbins, was born in Algona, Jan. 20, 1894. She married M. L. Calver here Jan. 18, 1919, and they lived here until Mr iCalver was transferred to Fort Dodge in 1930. Mr and Mrs Calver both held jobs with the telephone company here and in Fort Dodge. She is survived by her husband, a brother, Lloyd' Stebbins, Algona; and four sisters. They are Mrs Ethel Tillinghast, Algona; Mrs Bernie Schmich, Spirit Lake; Mrs Emma Kirkpatrick and Mrs Grace Scherer, Council Bluffs. A sister, Mrs Otto Nelson, preceded her in death. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends at the pages of your savings account here with us- i generous earnings which we add regularly steps up the rate of growth and there's no substitute for the safety and convenience that are yours when you save here. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Since 1917 Algona Iowa i The hottest features for '56 \ " are in the new Chevrolet Whatever the Weather if^s Fall.. There'sSummerDrivingm FALL GK/Vm ) PREMIUM WITH DE-ICER Even in changeable fall weather, you get lively summertime performance with STANDARD WHITE CROWN Premium Gasoline. Every drop is scientifically made for fall. Anamazing De-icer additive prevents stalls clue to carburetor icing. Light, volatile elements assure quick starts on chilly mornings— other elements warm up cold engines fast. The highest octane rating in our history gives you smooth, knock-free performance. Drive in today for a tankful of STANDARD Premium Gasoline. It has everything it takes to be "TOPS" for driving pleasure all fall! Super PERMALUBE Motor Oil Saves Gas Wherever you live or drive whatever the cliuiale . . . you get perfect performance and engine protection plus, greater oil economy with Super PKKMAI.UBK. This remarkable multi-grade oil helps cold engines start quickly and resists thinning when engines are hot. Reduces friction drag to save up to 2 gallons of gas in a tankful. Drive iii for a change to Super PKKMALUBE today. Chevrolet never had it so good for you before?. .. and no other- car in its field even comes clos'e. See if Chevrolet doesn't feature everything you want for '56. All New! The Bel Atr Sport Sedan with 4 doors and no stdepoill • • A * Refined specially for your area for fall driving NO STALL NO KNOCK ex&ect more from (STANDARD) and gej it! STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phone 132 ;>.' State & Jones Bold, new Motoramic Styling Just look it over-the lower, longer hood . . . the wider grille that spans the full front end . . . the big bold parking lights. From the side, you see the sweeping new speedline chrome styling and high-set taillights. Colorful new contemporary interiors add the final touch! Body by Fisher, of course. 12-volt Electrical System Packs twice the punch of ordinary 6-yolt systems . . . spins the engine up to one-third faster. You get surer starting in all weather. And you have a greater electrical reserve supply. A new 6 with 14O H.P. The new "Blue- Flame" 6 brings you this higher horsepower plus a higher compression ratio (8 to 1) and oil- hushed hydraulic valve lifters. V8 Horsepower Zooms to 2O5 That's what the new "Super Turbo-Fire V8" pours out (an extra-cost option). You can see why we say the hot one's even hotter I' Everything in Automatic Power Features Power Steering, Power Brakes, power-positioned front seat, power window controls. All are available as extra-cost options. THE HOT ONE'S EVEN HOTTER It's the Pikes Peak Record Breaker I The '56 Chevrolet proved its surer, safer driving control by breaking the Pikes Peak record! Hideaway Gas Cap Chevrolet's left-side taillight holds a stylish secret. Hinged at the bottom, it swings down to uncover the gas cap. Closed up, the cap's concealed-and there's nothing in sight but the taillight! Steering made easy Ball bearings reduce friction and steering effort in Chevrolet's Ball-Race steering. Anti-Dive braking Anti-Dive braking, an exclusive Chevrolet development, means more level stopping-even when you hit the brakes hard I •*•*••••••,,,,, Floats over the bumps goads seem newly paved with Chevrolet's Glide- liide iront suspension and long uutviKKer rear springs soaking up the jolts. And Chevy's cat- KOSSI III MOTOR CO. Southwest Courthouse Square Phone 200

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