The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 32
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l-Af§6na (fa.) Upptr fat Main*! Thursday, Nov. 24, 1955 lone Rock Shower Honors For Mary Uuise Froehiich Lone R6*k — Mnry Louise Froelilich of Algona w«s honored at a miscellaneous•§h6wer Thursday evening, Nov. 17, at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. Judy Hammerstrom recited a welcome followed by a reading by Mrs Dale Schroeder. A skit was presented by Mrs Richard Fujfst, Mrs Dwane Habeger, Mrs J Erich Seegebarth and Mrs Rich• £*rj G ' ross - After the Program the «bride-to-be opened her many J lovely gifts assisted by her sis, tef Barbara Froehiich, sister-in• law, Mrs Dwane Habeger and • frlfend Anita Simons.• Lunch was served by the fol- f lowing hostesses: Mesdames Sieb «Behrcnds, Richard Gross, Mary »Flaig, Ben Schmidt, Emma Hurl- J burt. Eldon Marlow, Ernest Fis, cher. Bob Schmidt, Jack, Quinn, « Ed Ohm, Alfred Schadendorf, An• drew Thomson, Waller vDackcn, „ Lawrence Rath, Herschel Hnrt- • man. Art Zumach, Erich Scegc- • barth. Dwane Habeger, Jim Long. W. J. Cotton, Fred Schmidt, W. G. Flaig, Frank Flaig, Marvin • Kueck. Ed Blanchard, and Wood;row Pettit. > Fenion Homernakers The Fenton Township Home'. makers club meet Thursday afternoon at. the Ed Priebe home with Mrs Wm. Hantelman assisting. Topic for the day was "school and social security" given by Mrs Raymond Laabs and Mrs Victor Dreyer. A Christmas party with a gift exchange will be held at the home of Mrs Ed Bruhn, Dec. 16th. Mrs Melfred Mitchell will be in charge. Mrs Kramer Hostess The Lucille circle met Thursday at the home of Mrs Herman Kramer with co-hostesses Mrs Alfred SchulU and-Mrs MaUdo Blanchard. The next meeting will be a Christmas party with a pot luck lunch and a gift exchange at the Art Priebe home. Each member is asked to bring old magazines and a donation to purchase fnuit for the county farm. The circle will meet a week earlier next month on 'the eighth of December. Eleanor Circle The Eleanor circle was enter-: tained at the Ernest Jensen home HARD OF HEARING My Name is Warren Berry is A 10-Day FREE Use of Any Acousticon Without Deposit, Expense or Obligation . . . the personal service of a hearing aid expert. . . . scientific fitting to match your individual hearing loss. . . . the newest development in hearing aids — Warren Berry, 430 Carver Bldg. Distributor Tel. 4-7821 FORT DODGE. IOWA E. C.Wilkins, Algona Rep. 510 S. Harlan Tel. 254 ALGONA, IOWA We will be at Ihe Algona Hotel on Tuesday, Nov. 29, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. If you can't come in, please call for an appointment. Acousticon has the world's most complete line of tubeless hearing aid transmitters using either 3 or 5 transistors as needed—plus 17 different receivers to correct individual hearing losses. Priced to lit every budget. Batteries, cords, accessories and repairs for all makes of heariruj aids. ? ACOUSTICON World's First and Oldest Electrical Hearing Aid Since 1902 Thursday afternoon with Mrs Harlan Blanchard assisting hostesses.. During the business meeting it was decided to send fruit to the county home at Christmas instead of the usual gift exchange, P.T.A, Meets Nov. 28 Lone Rock P.T.A. will meet Monday evening, Nov. 28 at the school'with Mr and Mrs R. W. O'Donnell program chairman and food chairman Mr and Mrs W. G. Kading. Mr and Mrs Ralph Biorstedt, Mr and Mrs George Kissner, Mr and Mrs Jirn Larson, Mr and Mrs Louise Berninghaus, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Ervin Wetzcl, Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck, Mr and Mrs A. A. Kruegcr, Mr and Mrs Harold Nelson and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pingel. Modernetie Club Modernette club held a card parly Sunday evening at the Walter Dacken home. Hostesses were Mr and Mrs Walter Dacken, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch and Mr and Mrs Paul -Voigt. Prizes went to Mrs Paul Bernard for high, low to Mrs Willard Thompson, high for men to Raymond Laabs, arid low to Paul Bernard. Roy Bierlc won travel. A.'Farewell .Party Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull were surprised Tuesday evening when friends and neighbors called at their home honoring them with a farewell party. Guests were Mr and Mrs Dave Weber, Mr and Mrs Albert Sha- scr, Mr and Mrs Joe Volmeiy Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur, Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and Bob Angus. The self invited guests brought the lunch and presented the couple with a gift. Mr and Mrs Schipull arc moving to Phoenix, Arizona. Are Circle Hostesses Mrs VV. J. Cotton and Mrs Donald 'Blanchard entertained the Dorothy circle at the Cotton home Thursday afternoon. During the business meeting plans were made for the Christmas party to be held December 15 at the Kenneth Jackson home. Instead of the Christinas gift exchange among the members the circle has decided to donate home made cookies, candy and fruit to the county home, which arc to be brought to the next meeting. Guests were Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Chas. Staudt, Mrs H. E. Morgan, Mrs Louise Goclden and Krueger. A supper was held at Burt Wednesday evening for Kossuth County teachers and their wives or husbands. Those attending from Lone Rock were Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mr and Mrs Donold Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Buschkamp, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pingel, Mr and Mrs Roger Walker, Miss Florence Yager, Mi- Beck, Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough arrived home Monday evening after a two weeks visit at Phoenix, Ariz, where they visited at the home of the John Newbroughs. They also visited with other former Lone Rockers, the Don Marlows, Calvin Householders, Don Moores, Eston Eggstein, Bob Bates and Mrs Mary Bates at a picnic. Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierlc and family called at the Parental Guv Harmon home at Whittemore Tuesday evening in observance >f Mr Harmon's fifty-ninth birth- dav. Mr and Mrs Harold Schlei and Steve of Fenton visited at the Clarence Kraft home Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig entertained dinner guests last Wednesday, Rev. and Mrs Alton Sehwandt and son Nathan of Mini'ola, Mrs Paul Thsicker and son Paul of Rock Rapids and Mrs Anna Alke ol Titonka. Sunday callers at the Emma Hmlburt home were Mr and Mr Albert Shaser, Mrs Martha Rath and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John. Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Martha Rath and Mr and Mrs Roy Xunkel spent Friday afteinoon at the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey, Mr and Mrs Angus Cotton, Mi 1 and Mrs Lawrence Ncwbrough, Mr and Mrs Henry Loaf and Mr and Feed Your Brood Sows Mor-Gain (Meal or Pellets) It will pay you dividends in larger Jitters and heavier, healthier pigs. BUILD your litters by feeding the brood sow right. MOR-GAIN PIG & SOW is an investment to prop, erly balance your own grains for gestation and lactation rations. Also recommended for grow* ing pigs - 50 Ibs. to 100 Ibs. iiT YOUR MOR-GAIN DEALER HELP YOU WITH YOUR RATIONS Plum Creek Elevator Co. • Phone 105 — Algona Mrs Wilford Stoober wore guests for supper Monday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Kermet Chase at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ernil Person, Patty and John, Mrs Louise Trunkhill of Burt, Thelma Hammerstrom, Mr and Mrs Laverne Hammerstrom and family of Lorenze were dinner guests Sunday at the Carlos Engelby home at Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Wilford Radig entertained Wednesday evening dinner, guests were Ralph Mc- Cebc and four of his friends from Canada, Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Geo. K. Kissner and Lanny, Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish and Jimmie Buss. Mr and Mrs Art Anderson of West Bend called at the Edwin Wichtendahl Wednesdav evening. Sunday the Wichtendahls visited at the Wm. Lauck home. Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends and Ilia Mae called at the Delinar Fischer home Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich took Mrs Cora Saundcrs to Humboldt Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs Wm. Blanchard. For supper the Genriches were guests at the home of his sister, Mrs Mille Nolte in Algona. Albert and Harley Hutchjnson were dinner guests Sunday at the Frank Meyer home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bicrstcdt and family were supper guests Friday evening at the Win. Knoll home in honor of Dickies third birthday. Mr and Mrs Phil Bnllard of Algona, Mr and Mrs Rex Brown of West Bend spent Thursday evening at the Bernard Miller home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan visited at the Miller home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris, Ruth Krueger and Mrs Louise Godden visited Sunday at the II. W. Manus home at Burt. Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona spent the weekend at the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hulchinson and Kenneth visited Sunday evening. Sunday callers at the C. E. Householder home were Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna, Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Mrs Ralph Reidel. Mrs Mary Flaig, Bill and Kenneth attended the wedding Saturday of Mary Louise Froelich and Sanford Mitchell at St. Benedict's Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Joe Hertz and Roy of Rol'fe called at the Floyd Sal- abury home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jim OTIara and boys spent Sunday afternoon at the Marlin Bausman home. Mr and Mrs Donold Blanchard and family were supper guests Saturday evening at the Chas. Staudt home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson attended the wedding of Mary Louise Froehiich and Sanford Mitchell at St. Benedict Saturday. Susan Montgomery celebrated her twelfth birthday Friday afternoon. Guests were her cousins, Janet and Kermet Krueger, Beth Jean, Ann, Nancy, and Jane Ellen Christenson. Mrs Montgomery, Lucille and Keith of Swea City and Mrs Ralph Walker wcr,4 supper guests that evening at th<? E. A. Lee home. Sunday afternoon callers at the Jack Quinn home were Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara and boys. Mrs W. G. Flaig, Mrs Wilfred Radig and Miss Florence Yager spent Thursday evening in Algona where they heard the Phil Harmonica Piano Quartette at the Algona high school. Mr and Mrs Flaig also culled Sunday in Burt at the Hiram Ackcrman home. Saturday Mr and Mrs Harold Holmgren called at the Flaig home. Dinner guests Sunday at the Walter Thompson 'home were Mr and Mrs Warren Thomoson and family of Swea City, Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhrnv called Friday evening at the Louisa Broesder home. Sunday they visited with Mr and Mrs Roy Berhow and family at Thompson, la. Mrs Hiram Ackennan and family visited at the Alex Krueger homo Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and son Ralph. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy spent Sunday at the Frank Richards home in Estherville. Ann Christenson celebrated her seventh birthday Saturday afternoon by entertaining the girls in her class. Guests weiv Janie Div- yer, Bonnie Miller, Cheryl Weisbrod, Janell Nuwbrough, Mary Lee Madison, Jill Blanchard, Katherine Bierstedt, Katherine Schadendurf, Linda O'Donnell. Other guests wen- Mrs A. A. Krui-ger, Kermet and Janet, Su•••an Montgomery and Michael Lee. JoycL- Ilutcliinson of Waltham, Minn.. Karin Kueck and Donna Knoll were supper guests Thursday at the Ralph Bierstwlt home in honor of Janice's birthday. The Idle Hour club of which Mrs Alfred Schipull is a member held a farewell surprise party on her Friday afternoon when the members called at her home and spent Hie afternoon. They presented her with a gift. Mr and Mrs Ei'ich Seeyebarlh. Mr and Mrs Frank FJaig/Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig, Mr and Mrs Wm. Dirvt'i. Mr and Mrs Victor Drr- v.'i. Mi- and Mrs Fred Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt, .Mr and Mrs Richard Gross. Mr and Mrs Genr Bl.-jiichard, Mi and Mrs Al- fn (i Si-hadundorf, Mr and Mrs Walter |);:cken, Boh Marlow and WHlard Ohm were among those fi uin Lone Rock that attended the wedding Saturday of Mary Louise Fio'hlich aivl Sanfoid Mitchell ;.t St. Benedict Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Delbei I Bkmchard and son Rick Lve spent over the weekend at the parental Ed. Blanchard home. They also came to attend t.ht.' Froelilich und Mitchell wedding and icceulion. Mr and Mrs James Walker of Algona are the parents ol a daughter born Sunday. The baby ighed d' n. named Curia Jo. Mrs Rose Krafl i.- the grandmolher. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy have moved on tfcc farm Thursday vacated by his brulher the Frank Richards. The K';,nk Rirh.-iid ,Mi.':tlv muveil \'j L'.-llai Vllk. 45th Wedding Observance At lakota, Nov. 29 Lakota — Open House will be held Sunday, Nov. 27, honoring Mr and Mrs James Smith, who will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary the 29th. The houfs will be from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. in the Presbyterian church parlors. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to rail. 9 Lb. Daughter A 9 Ib. baby girl was born November 14 to Mr and Mrs Ralph Boeckman at the Blue Earth hospital. She has been named Theresa Ann. Mrs William Gossen of Mineota, Minn., mother of Mrs Boeckman, has been staying with the other Boeckman children. Sraveside Rites Graveside services were held at the Greenwood cemetery, Bancroft, Tuesday for a baby boy born Monday at the Blue'Earth hospital to Mr and Mrs Lloyd Eichenberger. The baby lived only five hours. Emergency Operation Peter L. Koppen had an emergency operation Tuesday at the Buffalo Center -hospital'. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Lincoln Twp. Club mel Mesdames Al Budding, Donald Kollasch, Arnold Becker, Ray Becker, Harold Olthoff, Rufus Olthotf, Dave Patterson, Howard Cypers, Louis Price, John Roelf- sema and Lucy Melz, all members of a rural birthday club in Lincoln township were guests on T.V. at Mason City Wednesday. Band Mothers Meet The Band Mothers met in the Hot Lunch room Tuesday at 8 p.m. with a good attendance. Maude Barrett and Sophia Ellsworth were hostesses. Mrs Nick Thomson, vice president, presided since Mrs Helen Nelson, the president, has moved away. Ledyard Twp. F. B. Mr and Mrs Henry Stecnhard were hosts to {lie Ledyard townships Farm Bui'eau meeting Wednesday evening. Boy Has Surgery Gary Anderson, seven yea; old son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Anderson, had surgery on his hand,last Tuesday at the Rochester St. Mary's hospital. Give the gift of Christmas peace ! MADONNA in Silver Mist CRYSTAL 7.50 Truly a gift to cherish de• coratively as w e I I as devetionally. Sculptured in hand-crafted Fostoria crystal with a misted softness that reflects the changing light beautifully. 10 inches high, tastefully boxed for Christmas giving. Add 35c postage. No C.O.D.'s, Semi dark or M. O. Orders mint be ivieiveJ by December 10th for certain Christinas delivery. FOUR FRIgNDS Box 7 Scarsdale, New York Two N6*r Arrivals A seven pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs William Smidt at the Buffalo Center hospital Tuesday. She has been named Kathy. A baby boy was born Sunday, Nov. 20 to Mr and Mrs Paul Koppen at the Buffalo Center hospital. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Peter L. Koppen and Mr and Mrs Charlie Stroebel. Mr and Mrs Englebart Logeman of Ledyard were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Wayne He-et- land home. Mrs O. j. Rippentrop and Joe accompanied Mr and Mrs Alvin Rippentrop to Des Moines Saturday to visit the Marcus Rippentrop family. Mr George Ailts suffered a broken arm when he fell on some ice Saturday. Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska were visitors at Milford Saturday evening. The Miriam circle of Presby- tcrian women met Thursday with Mrs William Wirtjes and Mrs Henry Gerdes. Mrs I. E. Wortman and Mrs Ronald Heet- Innd were hostesses to the Esther Circle and Mrs Russell Te- Pske entertained the Mary Circle Thursday evening. x Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams and Mrs Carrie Williams left Saturday for Springdale, Ark., where they will spend the winter. Mr Ted Wallentine attended a county school board meeting in Algona Wednesday evening. Messer.s I. E. Wortman, F. T Lewis. Jerry Heetland, John Smith and Harlan Kruse attended a dinner at Algona Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland drove to Rock Rapids Monday morning to meet their daughter. Mrs Larry Stofford and Tommy of Yorkton. S. D. who visited Lakota relatives until Thanksgiving Day. Larry expected to come Wednesday and all would return to Yorkton Thursday evening. Mrs Augusta (John A.) Meyer passed away Thursday noon after ;i long illness at the home of her son, William. Funefal services were held from St. Paul's Lutheran church. Monday afternoon. Fenton News Mt and Mrs Garhafl Hanlfel- ma,n and Mrs Melvin Peterson the latter of Estherville attended the- Community Concert at Algona Thursday evening of hist week. The program was a presentation of Wie Philharmonic Piano Quartet. Mf and Mrs Ed tJlhof and family were Sunday dinner, guests in the Paul Cornelius home. M* and MM Albeft Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell attended the wedding of Mary Ffolich and Sanford Mitchell Saturday at St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee and Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee of Esthcrvilk- and Mr and Mrs Henry Wilbcrg and boys were Sunday guests In the Kenneth rtaJyerson home. Mrrf fidwafd Sdlberg and Mrs Gerhart Johnson will be hostess to the November meeting of the Woman's Missionary Federation of St. John's Lutheran church on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The meeting will'tc at the church parlors, and members arc asked to note tha, there is a change in the meeting date because of Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family spent the past weekend in the parental W. 13. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. » Coming Events Tuesday, Nov. 29.—.St. John's WMF; Homebuildcr's c 1 a s s, Home Basketball game with Lone Rock. Thursday, DPC. 1 -- Woman's- Society of Christian Service —. Manage Snack Bar At College Whiliemofe—Charles O'Brien, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Brien is co-manager of a modern snack bar which is now in operation at Loras College in Dubuquc, where lie attends school. He is also active in many other school activities. Helpers in the snack bar are Merle Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch, and Join. Duffy, son of Mr and Mrs Lewis Duffy, all of Whittcmoie also. Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mrs L. II. Peril were Mr and Mrs Gus Sjogren of Algoha, August Pcrtl of Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mrs Adolph Pert! of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannson of Algona were afternoon, callers. Mr and , Mrs Herman Voigl visited with the Peril's in the evening. Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell vacated the Marnmie Kuccker home Fi iciay and moved to the Lutheran U:;ichc>'age nou-'-c vacated by Mrs H. W. Bchnke after the death (if her husband, former teacher at St. Paul's Lutheran school. 'JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends WITH EVERY PORTABLE TYPEWRITER SOLD FROM NOW TO CHRISTMAS ONE 7 75 A PORTABLE TYPEWRITER IS AN IDEAL GIFT SMITH-CORONA UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. ALGONA, IOWA CO-STARRING Sooty" Smoke * "Icy" Rain * "Mean" Kids * "Gusty" Wind * "Heavy" Clpthesbasket LADY...YOU NEED A NEW ryer Yes, ma'am! When you can't "win for losing," and everything goes against you on washday, it's high time to turn the whole job over to ah automatic clothes dryer. Then—no matter how bad the weather', how mischievous the children, how thoughtless a neighbor may be— your clothes will be dried quickly, safely, beautifully. IITTI8 THAN CLOTHESLINE DBTING-Alt WAYS You will save time and effort, you'll be freed 511 THf NfW AUTOMATIC from hours of ^ weather-watching and anxiety about drying weather. Best of all, with everything automatic, you can just put the clothes in to dry—set the dryer to the exact degree of dryness you wish—and go on about other activities. Things come out wrinkle-free, fluffy- soft and you are saved much ironing. Let an automatic clothes dryer be your washday "star" and there'll be no more "backyard jungle" in your life! E>RYSR$ AT NOW!

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