The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 59
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Tidbits From Evelyn Mr and Mrs Rick Fabrizio spent a recent weekend at Gut- lonberg with Mr and Mrs Robert Pousch. Gutlenberg is a quaint little town on the very edge of the Mississippi river where a very good view of the locks may be seen. The Fabrizios wore hopeful a boat or boats would go through but luck wasn't with them. » » * The Ab Longs had already arrived before their card which stated they would be here in a few days. The card pictured the Hot Fish Shop at the foot of "Sugar Loaf" hill on the eastern edge of Winona. Minn. I saw it a year ago and wo passed the "Shop" because there were already so many cars parked there we figured it would be a considerable length of time before we could be served. Night was falling and we were anxious to get to a hotel. We were guests df "Mac" and Evalyn McDougall the following day at lunch and their home seems almost at the foot of the hill, yet distant enough to enjoy the view. It is an abrupt rise of ground, shrub anil tree covered and at the top is a white shaft much smaller than the hill itself, and it is probably this white "loaf" which gives it the name "Sugar Loaf.' » « « I .wish the "Des Moines Register" would R'< back to it's old way of presenting the radio programs. I certainly don't like the now way—hunt all over the page for the station wanted. The old way was MI simple. • • • Here I am, writing news four days per week and didn't find out till a few days ago that Mr and Mrs Irving Uich had moved to Greenville. S. C. where then son Albeit is attending the Bob Jones University. They have rented the farm to Wesley Mains and the house to Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham. It doesn't sound as though they have de*s- iTted Algona all together, but probably just till Albert finishes college. 999 Jane Barnes, nee Jane Laird, of !">:•.s Moines has been spending >'-;r;e tune hi;re with her mother. Mrs Cidney Laird prior to moving to Santa Monica, Calif.. whero her husband Stewart is already located. The Hurry Guldens lost their daughter and her family to California ton. They ore Mr and Mrs Tom Kabun (Joan) but a nice yjcir of i; is that the girls have known each L. S. BOHANNON We were looking at new homes. I was amazed at the high prices. A home like ours would cost $5,000 more than our fire insurance to rebuild it. Could we insure to full value- for only about $9 more per year. For the answers to your insurance questions, fee] free to call me at the Bohannon i Insurance Agency, Phone 103. other since children and will bo able to resume this friendship. In fact Joan has volunteered to get the apartment ship-shape for Jane before her arrival. * * 9 Faucet handles should be of metal—good sturdy stuff—and I am sure Mrs Leo McEnroe will agree with me. Thanksgiving day she had the misfortune to have one en" the porcelain or china kind break and cut her hand badly. She ha"d to go to St. Ann to have it taken care of. * * * I had a folder from Mr and Mrs Sherman Little a few days ago. It was a program of the California Dairy Industry Inc., meeting held at the Miramar, Santa Monica, Calif. Sherman's name was li.sted as an associate member and Mrs Little's was listed among the hostesses at the Ladies cocktail party. The women were entertained by a tour of Disneyland. Thirty nine companies were li.sted, among them the Cherry Burrell with which Albert Granzow was associated so many years, and the Weber showcase and fixture company for which Sherman work s. "Sherm" and Estelle will be remembered by many here, especially Sherm who is a native Al- gonan. He moved with his parents and brother. Tom, and a sister to California many yeans ago. Mrs Emma Dehnert has made good recovery from her recent heart attack. She says every one tells her it was similar to "Ike's", but even that doesn't make her like it any better. She has always been so active it was a hardship to have to remain in bed a lew weeks. She is now able to be up and around, goes across the hall to her daughter's apartment (Mrs R. A. Johnston) and has her meals with them. Helen Ziltrilsch is here from Huntington Park, Calif., and will remain a couple of weeks with her mother, Mrs Mary Zittritsch and other relatives. She flew from Huntington Park to Greenville, Pa., in the interests of the Decca company with which she is employed. The comapny manufacture^ aluminum patio and juvenile furniture. Helen had planned to fly from Pennsylvania, thence Chicago and to Fort Dodge, reaching there around ten o'clock p.m. Mr and Mrs Jim Kelley, Tracie Kelley and Eli/abeth Post were to have met her. "Lizzie" and I were dinner guests at Hazel Lusby's along with the A. L. Longs, when a phone call came. Lizzie Was informed the trip to Fort Dodge was OFF. Helen's plane had been grounded at Chicago and she was coming in on the train the next morning. Flying is not a new experience -fof Helen as she made a trip via plane to Honolulu last year. She loves it, thinks there is no other way, plans to RO back to Califor| nia via plane and one can hard' ly blame her for her enthusiasm for she can get places so quickly, whereas, as she said, "It took me eleven hours to gel her* from Chicago." Think where you can get in eleven hours in a plane. Adrian Casler doesn't stand the cold weather very well and was told by his doctor to get away from here till spring. He chose Plateau. Fla., atv' left a few weeks iiijo. He r-.vse.s the home I folk ;md w >uld . "t.-ciate hearing from hi< frii ;...'>. Hss ad- rtre.s< is 429 8th Avc. He has rr.t't a few former AlRonans, among them Mr and Mrs Dennis Goeders who are at St. Petersburg, or is it Clearwater? Kn route to Florida he stopped at Juliet. Ill, to visit his niece and her husband Mr and Mr? Geor.nr Simmons. Mrs Simmons is the former Barbara Schneider. 999 Now for a few more 1896 items --Miss Josse Pettibone is in Biooklyn in her second year of study in china decoration. She will graduate in June. (She was art teacher in the schools year:; ago! Mrs Hurry Wilson used to paint china too, and taught it. I remember well the beautifully dinner M-t Lucille Crose painted, under Mrs Wilson's teaching. There was a twin sister Jennie Pettibone and they lived with their mother in the house just east of the Methodist church. Can't you "old timers" see the Pettibones and Mrs Jim Patterson riding around in a surrey drawn by a single horse? The animal never went off that slow walk. If it had, I wonder what the ladies would have done. Judge Quarton let in 34 new citizens at Estherville, Monday, and opened court long enough here to let in six. Theo Chrls- chilles grandfather of our Theo H.) G. F. Peek and Perry Burlingame are subpoenaed to Fort Dodge to sit on federal juries. None of them enjoy the job. Shower Nov. 18 For Livermore Girl, Bride Nov. 20 Livettnofe—-Mrs Harry Clark. Mrs Alice Smith, Lois Smith, Mrs Kenneth Howard, Mrs John Olson, Mrs J. Hosford, Mrs B. Fox, Mrs Guy Raney and Margaret Molin entertained at a miscellaneous shower in the Presbyterian church Friday evening, Nov. 18, in honor of Beverly Martin, who was married Nov. 20 to Clifford Sturbevant in Ft. Dodge. The bride opened her gifts, from a beautifully decorated table. Refreshments were served by the committee. Hosts At 500 Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson en-- tertainefl their 500 club at a pot luck supper Sunday evening at their farm home. Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Mary Melavin left Wednesday for Chicago, 111. where they visited until Sunday with the letter's father. Mr and Mrs Orin Beardsley spent this weekend here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley and her parents, Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz. Mrs Lizzie Nygaard and Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith and family spent Thanksgiving with the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Von Vories, and family in Wichita, Kan. Mr and Mrs Ernest Logue spent their Thanksgiving with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Rex Cottington and family in Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Jess Martin and family attended the wedding of their daughter Beverly Martin and Clifford Sturbevant at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20. Mr and Mrs Dean James and family of Hardy wrrf Sunday supper guests with her parents, Mr and Mrs Karl Baessler. Mr and Mrs Neal Hani fan of Dakota City were Thanksgiving dinner guests of his mother, Mrs Alice Hanifan, and Eugene and Anna Hanifan. Mrs Dave Pisher, who spent a few days at the home of her son, Robert Fisher, in Titonka and in Mason City returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes and Mr and Mrs Reimers and son went to Marion. la., where they visited over Thanksgiving with the former's son Herbert Holmes and family. Mrs Margaret! Smith was called to Webster City. Her sister- in-law, Mrs Wheeler and son were killed in a car accident and her brother was injured and hospitalized in the." Webster City hospital. Donald Smith, -who is attending. Mt. St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque spent his Thanksgiving vacation hore with hi;; , Mrs Johnnnn Smith and his sisters and brothers. Dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the Art Vaudt home were Mr and Mrs Raymond Bcrte and family of near LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family. Mr and Mrs Gordon Scott and family of LuVerne and Mary Ann Scott, R. N.. of the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge were Thanksgiving dinner guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Norman Scott. Mrs Harold Manson and family of Algona were Monday evening visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Zeak Smith, Dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the Mrs Dorothy Malkmus home were- Mr and Mrs Peter Malkmus, Mr and Mrs John Renquist and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Thorns, and Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son of Ottosen. Mrs Harry Clark, Mrs Alice Smith an'd Margaret Malin attended the wedding of Clifford Sturbevant and Beverly Martin LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs M. G. Bourne of Algona attended a bridal shower at Humboldt, Saturday afternoon, at the Brandt Am He home in honor of their daughter Kaye Frederickson. The Idle hour club met Nov. 7 at the Joe Volmer home with a 500 party. Florence Yager won high, Mrs Fred Tigges, low, Jim Cody Jr. high for men, ana Harold Nelson low, Mrs Albert Shaser travel. Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Carl Swanson home at LuVerne. TEST-PROVED 'fHITH RO YAL-T HEARING AID Priced at les« than H »• much, but performance-proved equal to 5 leading competitive aid* ftverafinf $2681 •I PON TUT MTAIl* DEMONSTRATION 8c PERSONAL SHOWING Algona Hotel TUES.. DEC. 6 9 a.m. to 12 Noon Batteries and service for most makes — You are invited to come in. IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 16 Yean 611 Fleming Bldg. 6th & Walnut Sts M D. M. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer ALL VHE MONKEY you can by the of th* month O 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 3O EARNS FROM THE FIRST AH the money you can save by th« 10th of the month . . . can still earn a liberal return for the full month. It's not too late to share in the big year-end dividend our savers will re* ceive. Why not open your savings account with us now and enjoy real profit on your savings, WITH COMPLETE SAFETY! at Fort Doclg* 1 Sunday afternoon. Miss Martin is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jess Martin of Livermore. Phyllis Faith who is employed in Des Moines spent . Thanksgiving here with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs John Olson. Mrs Earl Armstrong was hostess to the Frog Hollow Club at her home Thursday afternoon with Mrs Bill Gjergerson co- hostess. Jackie Zeimet, son of Mr and Mrs John Zeimet, and Harold (Sonny) Lane, grandson of Mr and Mrs Everett Lane, have enlisted in the army and left Tuesday for Des Moines. From there they were sent to Camp Thursday, December, 1, 195$ Algona (Fa.) Upper Des Maine*-3 Chaffee. Ark. Mrs Hartley hostess to the farm homo Mr and and Mary dinner que Mackintosh was W.S.C.S. at her Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Elmer Gronbach Melavin were Sunday sts at the Lyle Raney home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stilt/, and family spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Stilt/.' parents, Mr and Mr.s Ray Fitch, in Burt. Jerry Howard, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Howard, is confined to his home with the mumps. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT For Instant Relief"of Sore, Aching Muscles, and .chest cold discomforts, use BEN-GAY As Advertised in this month's Farm and Home Section RUSK DRUG FREDD/f HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Since 1917 Algona Iowa MINERALS Sure, your livestock need supplementary minerals. But a bag of minerals doesn't have to be high in price to be good. Felco Minerals contain all the supplementary minerals your livestock need . . . and in the right proportion. And, Felco Minerals are priced right. Compare the ingredient tag of Felco Minerals with any high priced brand. You'll find Felco Minerals contain everything your livestock needs and at prices you want to pay. Ask your neighbor about Felco then stop in and get a bag this week. FELCO'S THE BEST- 5A VING'S THE REST ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR Wesl Bend Elev. Co., West Bend Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley 3url Cooperative Elev. Burt Lone Rock Cooperative Elev. Co., Lone Rock Fenton Cooperative Elev. Co., Fenton Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore The Farmers Elevator, Bode Farmers Cooperative Elev. Co., Swea City '• *D cvttJl IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT ^v.^ •*; ;v - ^ ^ , s % - - x - ^ ..,-, Vx ^uV^C^uV^iku^ V --r^---V J ---'- J ------ ^ ?".^-. ,-^.*-S ... ..v. .-^ *-JO- - :..-:^sm r m uncertain terms, this one makes your travel txHirs prideful as well as practical. It's all Buick, you see-all 1956 Buick, Which means a new lift to anyone's spirit—from the new sweep-ahead look of it — the new might of its 322-cubic-inch V8 engine raised to lofty new power highs — the new sizzle of its advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflow*—the true sweetness of its great new ride. But it's a lot more than that. It's Buick's highly versatile Estate Wagon— now sub- ttantially lowered in price for 1956 — and how much mote practical can you get than that? for with this one, and for an easy-to-reach figure—you have a car with all the suavity of a smart sedan plus the all-duty handiness of a suburban vehicle. You have a car completely steel-bodied, so its exterior upkeep stays simple and inexpensive—and a car more than roomy enough to carry six and their gear. You have a covered platform that's plain wonderful. It can take an inflated air mattress. It can freight a small rowboat and camp equipment. It can hold luggage, or golf clubs—or the results of a mad shopping spree, even if you go in for antique furniture. You can even have the rear seat come, at your option, The 1956 Buick SPECIAL 4-Door, 6-Passenger Estate Wagon in a handy split-section that lets you carry both rear- seat passengers and extra-long loads like skis, or fishing rods, or young trees, or two-by-fours. So what more can we say, except come see it. The Estate Wagon is available in Buick's two lowest- O priced Series — the budget-tagged SPECIAL, and the high-powered CENTURY. And, we repeat, botli newly lowered in price for 1956. *New Advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflow is the only Dynafloto Bui<.k builds today. It is standard on Roadmaster, Super Century—optional at inud^nt extra cvst oil the Special. WHEN iinfg AUTOMOBILES ABE BUILT WICK WILL WILD THE* 105 I. Hall BRANDT BUICK Algona, Iowa

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