The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 9
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OtrtWr 23,1954 Hloona (Upper LUVERNE NEWS Mr and Mrs Olaf Olson of Bode were afternoon and evening guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers Sunday. Friends here will be interested to learn that Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen, children, Faith Ann and Larry moved Saturday, Oct. 20 to Garner from Dayton. Mr Rowen was former owner of the Corner Store Grocery. Mr and Mrs Fred Schneider and Mr and Mrs Tim Schneider of New Glarus, Wis. were weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs George Grimsehl home and other relatives the Blumer families. Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler jtlomeg October 23,1956 DISPLAY THURSDAY! 1957 Thirteen Different Models! in V-8's Custom Hardtop Station Wagon Custom Hardtop Sedan Custom Station Wagon & Sedan Super Station Wagon & Sedan in SIXES Custom Station Wagon Super Station Wagon Custom, Super & Deluxe Sedan * And a Super Hardtop ! V-8 ENGINES FOR THE FIRST TIME! A MASSIVE BIG NEW FRONT END! AIRLINER STYLE RECLINING SEATS! NEW HARDTOP STATION WAGONS! A V-8 engine, rated at 190 horsepower, available for Ihe first lime on the new Rambler. Economy-champion "six," boosted to 125 horsepower, also offered. Rambler front end .redesigned to give car more massive appearance. Parking-turning lights in front fenders increased in size. With a simple lift of the handle on sides of seats, they can be lowered into five positions, the final one of which makes them into twin beds. The station wagon, most popular Rambler model, has roll-down rear window, eliminating lifting of upper section of tail gate. Nation's Most Compact CarI Compact, yes! It's the most maneuverable of all full- size cars! Compact, yes . . . but it has all the headroom and legroom needed for full comfort. In addition to full-size interiors, the Rambler has greater than average luggage space, and the station wagons have cargo capacity of 80 cubic feat! Rambler is offered in fifteen colors — 11 of them brand spic and span new! SEE THE 1957 RAMBLER THURSDAY IN ALGONA — it's a great, great new :ar! We're OPEN 8:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. THURSDAY ! ""' '"'"'''''''""'""'HiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiimiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimim RUSS & KY'S •^i JI^B^ 4||P H VI 4HF m^A •H MB 4NP NORTH OF MILWAUKEE DEPOT ALGONA, IOWA were weekend visitors in Ames with their daughter, Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane. Sophie Baade, Titonka, Bride Of Calif, Man Sunday afternoon, Oct. 14, at 2:00 o'clock, Sophie Baade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Baade of Titonka became the bride of Tony Cambra, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Tony Cambra, Sr. of Ukiah, Calif. The wedding was held at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Tho double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. B. H. Schwerin. Mr Herman Welhousen, church organist, played the traditional wedding marches before and during the ceremony. Mr Wel- housen accompanied Mrs B. H. Schwerin who sang "Oh Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was attired in a white floor length gown. She wore a fingertip veil made of nylon illusion. Her flowers were white and red variations of carnations. Mrs William Baade was her bridesmaid. The groom had as his attendant Mr William Baade, brother of the bride. John Baade served as usher. A reception was held in the church basement for the guests following the ceremony. The wedding cake was of three tiers. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs Fred Baade, sister- in-law of the bride. Those who assisted in the serving of the lunch were friends and relatives of the bride. Miss Margaret Carlson, Mrs Eilert Boyken and Mrs Joe Boekelman. The wedding guests included the bride's parents, the brides sisters and brothers, uncles and aunts and closte neighbors. Those attending the nuptials were: Mr and Mrs Henry Baade of Manson, Mr and Mrs Fred Baade and family of Marcus, Mr and Mrs John Baade and son of Ft. Dodge, Mr and Mrs Frances Anderson of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Franklin Fox and family of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Bill Baade and daughters of Britt, Mr and Mrs Henry Maryland of Armstrong, Mrs Dick Baade and Joan of Titonka, Mrs Mary Fritz, Mr and Mrs Eilert Boyken, Mr and Mrs Joe Boekelman, Mr and Mrs Herman Wel- housen. The young couple will make their home in Ukiah, Calif. Msgr. Quinn Gets Navy Promotion To Lieut. Commander Bancroft—The Right Rev. Msgr. Robert Quinn, chaplain in the U.S. Navy in Hawaii, has been raised to the rank of Lieutenant Commander and will work in the Pacific area. Mr Quinn is a brother to Mrs Leo Arndorfer, Mrs Ed Goche, Charles Quinn and William Quinn of Bancroft. The WCOF will hold a shower for Ann McGuire Friday night at the Forester Hall. Miss McGuire will be married to Donald Degah Oct. 27 at St. John's Hall in Bancroft. The Legion Auxiliary met last Thursday evening. Mrs Lawrence Becker was elected to take the place of Mrs Robert McCarthy as treasurer. A farewell gift was given to Mrs Melvin Molloy. Cards were played at the close of the business meeting with Mrs Clyde Eckhart and Mrs Lawrence Becker winning prizes. Mr and Mrs Melvin Molloy will leave this week for Pensacola, Florida, where they will make their new home. Several 4 Generations, And Eldest Is A Mere 101 Years Old A four-generation reunion took place recently, and the eldest of the group is 101 years old. Pictured above, seated in the center, is Mrs Mary Kleinfehn of Whittemore, who was 101 years old October 1, and is the oldest person in Kossuth county. At her left is her daughter, Mrs Frank Spilles, and the youngster is Mark Spilles. Standing is Frank Spilles. Mrs Kleinfehn was born at Peoria, 111. and came to New Hampton in a covered wagon when she was eight years old. She lived there for 89 years, but more recently has been making her home with Mrs Frank Burke and Mrs Frank Spilles of Whittemore. She is the mother of 13 children of whom seven are living. She enjoys good health. i ? farewell parlies have been held for them and their boys. Mr and Mrs Norman Soever have purchased the Robert McCarthy home and plan to take possession in January. Mr and Mrs McCarthy and children plan to move to California. Mr and Mrs Dennis Elsbecker are the parents of a son born Monday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The Elsbeckers have one other child. Mrs Art Long has been a pat- ient at Holy Family hospital in Estherville' under observation. Mrs Long returned home Wednesday. Mrs Ray Welp received word of the death of her aunt, Mrs Laux of Wesley who passed away Friday in St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs William Doocy received word of a new grandson born to Mr and Mrs James Doocy in St. Ann hospital, Wednesday morning. This is the first grandchild for the Doocys. teuvww DRUG S «JEWELRY SPECIAL OFFER! 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