The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1956 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1956
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TRENTON, NEW JERSEY L E N OX, INCORPORATED announces the appointment of SHARP'S JEWELRY Algona, Iowa Th. Romance of Lenox China — now on display at Sharp's Jewelry .in Algona — is noted for its lustrous finish and beautiful decorations and colors, which are available in a variety of patterns and shapes on flowing 'backgrounds'. Amazingly strong)'tyijs fine china is made to last a metlirie. .' • • ". '" »•'" *••',•' .!»." >&m wR time e( ^eUdehVl-WUsan, ana • ".'t,i"V ., ' k », .j t V '.'"'/, T"' \ i 1 - v-': \i'l ''.'*"' Thjb Jfarte, ari4i«j;uaut>: j»tLenox C^ha-.;;i«V'.wftrl4^ide." •. Qv^tf btes:6f U. S.lfcnb,a*iiM "and ' 'the ' • •, . •., . he King of, Saudi-Arabia .ordered. 4 royal ««rticA by L$h : ox, which cost 'rriore than $30.000. The presidents /6f Cuba. ',, Mexico and Vanetuela also chose dinnerware by Lenox. - , , Examples of Lenox china artistry have been exhibited in many outstanding Institutions, including t h e Metropolitan Mugeum of Art, and the famed Ceramic Museum in Sevres), France, where Lenox is the only American china so honored. Now— at Sharp'* Jewelry — you of the north Iowa area will find displayed before you the wonder and beauty of Lenox — the fine china that may eksily become the possession <4 any horn*. as an authorized dealer for Beginning Wednesday Sharp J s Jewelry W HAT DEUCHT, wriat joy to §ct your taMe morning, noon and night, with beautiful Lenox! And no wonder—when Lenox makcf only one quality of china—the finest. Yours u the same china as the famous "Command Performances,** created especially for presidents, princes and kings! The only difference is in design. Come in and marvel at our wide and wonderful selection of Lenox patterns designed for you* Each, one is so exquisite in coloring— timeless in perfect beauty. Don't postpone die thrill of owning your Lenox any longer! Decide tblday—you can have it tomorrow! A. Starlight. .... S^uxe place setting... . $22.95 B. Pate. ........ 5-pitce plate setting. ... $ 19.95 C. Rutledge. .... .5-piece place setting.... $23.95 D. Wheat. . ™ . 5-piece place setting. ... $ 19.95 A place setting consists of dinner, salad and butter plate, teacup and saucer. - These are just a Tew of the many Lenox patterns we cany. All are available for immediate delivery. Yes! LENOX is easy I to own A SPECTACULAR GLOWING DISPLAY OF FINE CHINA DINNERWARE IN 26 DIFFERENT PATTERNS ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES AU50NA, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1956 500 At Hobby Show An estimated 500 persons attended the second annual hobby show, sponsored by women members of the family living committee, which plans the county extension program for the year, at the Methodist church in Algona Friday. Shown above, left to right, are Mrs John Ludwig, Corwith, Mrs H. S. Montgomery, Mrs Ervin Gerber and Mary Staudt, county extension home economist, all of Algona, part of the committee in charge of the presentation. Mrs Earl Miller, lace; Mrs Bert Deal, corsages; Lois Beniele, Wesley, aluminum trays; Mrs H. S. Montgomery, dry arrangements; Erma Eggiman, Cresco, copper enameled jewelry; Mrs Harold Holmgren, Lone Rock, weaving; Wally Mann, Des Moines, gift wrapping; and Mrs Carl Jensen, Buffalo Center, cake decorating, were instructors who demonstrated and displayed hobbies. The four ladies in the picture are each holding a product of a hobbyist from this area. (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto-Engraving) Joan, Schuller Bride In Ceremony In Whittemore Whiiiemore — St. Michael's Catholic church was the setting of an attractive wedding when Joan Schuller, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Schuller of Whittemore, became the bride of Robert Zensen, son of Mr and Mrs R. J. Zensen of Merrill, at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, Oct. 2. Rev. Gerald Zensen, brother of the bridesgroom, officiating at the double ring ceremony. Sister Mary Dominica played the wedding march and accompanied Mrs Raymond Voigt who sang. Acolytes were Robert Zeimet and James Elbert. Raymond Hogan, uncle of the bride, gave her in marriage. The bride was attractive in a white rosepoint lace dress over satin designed in a portrait neckline and long tapering sleeves of lace coming to.points over the wrists. The skirt was styled with a pleated tulle panel over the lace trimmed redingote. which, .formed a chapel length sweep train. Her elbow length veil, ' edged with scalloped lace, fell frdm : a cap of lace trimmed with seeded pearls. She carried a bridal prayer book with a white orchid, a gift from the bridegroom. Her sister, Mrs Edward Ruhnke was matron of honor and Mary Eileen Kollasch, a friend of the bride, was bridesmaid. Theresa Neuroth, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. The bridegroom was attended by William Fritzpatrick and Verlin Karli of LeMars. David Zeimet, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. A reception was held at the Plantation dining room for 100 guests. The couple will live in Sioux City where the bridegroom is employed with' the Sioux City Journal and Tribune. Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., and Mrs Mathilda Meyer surprised Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy on their 5th wedding anniversary last week Monday evening. Mrs Joe Nordseth entertained a group of friends at cards Friday evening in honor of her husband who had a birthday Friday. Present were Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona; Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs L. H. Peril, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanett and son Everett of Lotts Creek were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Hei- Landscape Help Offer Oct. 24-25 In order to help out Kossuth County homemakers with their landscaping problems, Margherita Tarr, landscaping specialist from Iowa State College, will spend October 24 and 25th in Kossuth County. This meeting is the second in the series of Extension projects and is open to all interested homemakers. It is a sign up lesson fpr which names must be turned into the Extension Office in Algona. Miss Tarr will spend October 24, Wednesday in the southern part of the county where landscaping tours will be set up to illustrate her points. The second day will be spent with homemakers in the northern part of the county and will also consist of a tour. Names must be turned in to the office so transportation can be arranged. Sign up now and re,- ceive helpful information concerning your landscaping problems. denwith. Mr and Mrs Arthur Lunsmann and son Raymond of Mason City visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman/ Voigt Wednesday and were dinner guest Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Roger Elbert, here. They were spending a week's vacation, and were en- route to Spencer, where they visited a. son and his family. Mr and Mrs Emil Schumacher of Fenton visited at the home ol the former's brother, Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher Thursday evening. William Bell of West Bend visited with Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. Thursday afternoon. Two girls, students in the public school, Janice Schultz and Emogene Wichtendahl, suffered broken bones in a softball game here v "'with LuVerne last week Monday -Miss 'Schultz suffered a broken anklef, and Miss Wichtendahl, a broken-jaw 'bone. •;: Livermore Agnes Berte spent Monday and Tuesday with her grandmother, Mrs Susan Berte in St. Joe. Mr, and Mrs Orville .Berryhill of Webster City visited Saturday with 'Mrs Marcia Berryhill.- A son was born to Mr and Mrs Ray Stiltz at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Kellner is the former Mary Evelyn Klein. The baby was baptized Sunday at Stewart- vine, Minn, and named Larry Nicholas. 'Sponsors were his aunt, Mrs Perry Smith of Dunlap and his uncle, Kenneth Kellner, of Stevyartville,. Minn.. . A miscellaneous shower was held in the Legion Hall Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7, in honor or Kathryn Beardsley, who will be married to Joe CayoU Oct. 13 at Sacred Heart Church. Lena Altman was hostess to a few friends -at a party at her home Friday evening • The Lions Club .held .its regular meeting and dinner in the school house Monday evening, The dinner was served- by Mrs Cecil Smith and Mrs Howard Barton. ' • • ; Mr and Mrs Frank Hoffmann and Mr and Mrs Herman Gran- bach and Dorothy Neilson attended the supper at the Lutheran Church in LuVerne Thursday evening. .. , , . .-•>.. Mr and Mrs Ronald Thornton of Dakota City weva , Sunday visitors with her parents, Mr arid Mrs Ray Gales. Mrs Doleres Christensen and son, Mike, and Mary Melavin went to Boone Wednesday to meet the latter's father, Edward Melavin of Chicago, 111., who will spend u ten-day vacation here with his daughter at the Elmer Gronbach home. Mrs Nick Blosen and son, Edward, of White Lake, S. D., arrived Monday to spend a week visiting her sister, Mrs George Lenertz, and other relatives. The fire siren blew Tuesday noon when a grass fire got out 'of control at the Dick Hefty home on the west edge of town. Mary Col well accompanied Mr and Mrs L. E. ColweH #f : Irvington Monday when thi^y attended the funeral services fur H, Julius at Barman. ATTACKED Ten year old 'Johnny Erickson, of Lorimq* 1 \v»s attacked by several sows when he -was thrown from his'horse'in'the. j>asture. He emerged with several Cashes and bruises. - The family name of the British Royal Family is Windsor.

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