The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 11
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Turkey Dinner By Legion At Wesley, November 11 W«l«lM-The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening, Nov. 1, with 21 members in attendance. Plans were made for the joint Legion and Auxiliary annual turkey dinner to be served in the Legion hall Sunday evening, Nov. 11. Art Plathe is commander of the American Legion. The group voted to give $2 for Xmas seals. Many Lou Studer, president, announced that a county meeting will be held at Fenton Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13 and urged the members to attend. Mrs Helen Johnson and Mrs Joe Meurer of-^ fered to ( bake 8 dozen cookies which are to be sent to the State School at Woodward. The Auxiliary are very appreciative of the 8 decks of playing cards given by the Farmer's Cooperative Elevator. The Christrrtas party is to be held Thursday evening, Dec. 6. A pot luck lunch is to be served at 7 o'clock followed by an exchange of 50 cent gifts. Lorraine Goetz won, the cash door prize. Mary Forburger and Rosalie DeBoer served lunch and 500 was played. To Wed Nov. 18 Invitations have been received here to the wedding of Lorraine Joyce Braum, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray C. Braun of Algona and Dick R. Robinson, son of Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines, formerly of Wesley. The wedding will take place Sunday, Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. in the Methodist church in Wesley. Rev. F. A. Webb will officiate. A reception will be held in the church parlors following the ceremony. She is employed in Algona and he is in the Air Force. She will be honored at a miscellaneous shower in the Methodist church parlors Saturday evening, Nov. 10. Home From Hospital Hans Engen was brought home Tuesday from a Rochester hospital where he had throat surgery. His son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Donovan of Park Rapids, Minn, brought him home. At Legion Meeting Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease attended the 8th district American Legion and Auxiliary conference at Fort Dodge recently. First Basketball Game The first basketball game of the season will be played with Ledyard here Friday evening, Nov. 9. Dennis Carlson is athletic coach... Joan. Krieps, Mary 'txju Hanig, Joan Miner and Kay Loebig are cheerleaders. Plan Ham Supper A ham supper will be served to the public Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, in the I.O.O.F. Auxiliary Pie and coffee will be served all afternoon. C.D.A. Mission Meeting The; Catholic Missionary Society vill meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 7. The C.D.A.'s will meet that evening. Nell Frimml, Rosemary Dornbier, Mary Krieps, LucilU: Kirkpatrick, and Genevieve Goetz are on the enturtainrnent committee. Mathilda Goctz, Dorothy Becker, Rosella Neuroth, Snra Raney, Lucille Nelson and Ruth Mary Hrubes are on the- serving committee. Mr and Mrs Mark Studer and family spent the weekend at the John Welter home in East Dubuque. On Sunday Mr Studer was a sponsor at the baptism of the baby boy born to Wuiter.s recently. Mrs Welter is a sLstur of Mr Studer. Mr and Mrs L. H. Klempoter moved last week into thoir m.-w ranch type home in the south part of town. Their son David, wii'u and two children moved from a farm house north of town into the house vacated by hi; parents. Mr and Mrs E. M. Olson and taniily were dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs Oscar Wagner and family in Mason City Sunday, Oct. 28. The dinner was in honor of the !nli birthday of Michael Olson, which was Oct. 23. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hcmming- sen and their houseguest, Mrs Alice Walker of Redneld were Sunday, Oct. 2U dinner jjuuat.s at the home of the Heniir.ingsrMi's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Irwiu Rosheim at Fu:v.st City in honor ot the. baptism of Paul Irwin H'l-heim, at the Inunanuel Lutheran church. Gayle M. Studer atUndc.l •>. Briaidale meeting at Lakota Thursday evening Mrs Ma.y Nordman of Britt formerly a Wesley vicinity re'i- di.-nt has been in Des Moines lately caring for her new L'ranrichikl. Sherri Lynn was born Thursday, Oct. 1H to Mr and Mrs Ernie Van Weelden. Wendell Christensen. son <>f (.-. H. Christensen, was promoted >.;i October 22 to the rank of Cadet sergeant first class in the army R.O.T.C. Artillery .it Iowa State College, Ames. He has been enrolled in Army R.O.T.C. t»r tin- pa.»t six quarters of his, academic career. Beatrice Hiidman, T. B. chairman of Wesley and Mrs Haze) Studer. vhairman of Prairie to\vn- *hip, and Lois Bentele of Wesley township attended a Kossuth county Tuberculosis and Health Association meeting at the Johnson House in Algona, Saturday, Oct. 27 Mr and Mi's Clauj Tjarkb dt- torrled 9 o'clock services Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the Woden Christian Reform Church where two student pastors were in charge. Many ministers from nearby towns were present. XV.S.C.S. meets Wednesday, Nov. 7 in the Methodist church, with the Mesdames John Paulson, Orville Smith, Glen Smith and Ray Hansen as hostesses. Mrs George Detmermg had charge of the devotions and Mrs Charles Nygaard had the missionary devotions. Friends and relatives gave a card shower Sunday for Mrs Luthev Nygaard who hes been ill for the past month, and was brought home two weeks ago from Iowa University hospital, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Jay Carlson and family w«re Sunday, Oct. 28 dinner guests in the Dennis Capesius home in Mallard. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb and the Mesdames Lawrence Hansen, Paul Erdman, Charles Nygaard and Al Wagner attended a Methodist district meeting in Humboldt Tuesday, Oct. iiu. Mr and Mrs Frank Brandt, newlywuds from Mt. Horeb, Wis. visited her cousins, Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease Tuesday, Oct. 30 Patty Youngwirth. only daughter of Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth entertained 14 girls of the 8th grade of the Parochial school al a Halloween pally AVednesday evening at her farm home. A good lime was had by all. Mrs Chuck Kcrrins of Grand Meadows, Minn., formerly of Wesley was a dinner end supper guest «t the LeRoy Ricke home bunday, Oct. 28. Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen visit<;d his cousin Ernest Nelson, a patient in the Belrriond hospital, where he is ill of a heart ailment. Ernest is a son of the Soren Nelsons, former Wesleyans. Mr and Mr? R. E. Newbrough and three daughters spent the October 28th weekend with his sister, Mrs W;n. Weeks and family at Slater. Jim Mullin is expected home in November for furlough from t Georgia Army Camp. He will leave for Greenland in December. Jim is a son of Mr and Mrs Clias. Mullin. Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker and three children spent Nov. 1-4 with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. J. Jaeger in Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs Clifford Anlinson and Mrs Lester Larson went Clarion Friday Oct. 2G to attend a reception for Mis Anfinson by hei husband's 2 sisters: Mrs S. Atwol and Mrs Don Wilson at the Atwol nome. 12 former neighbors of Mr Anfinson were guests^ and presented the guest of honor a gift. The same group save the Anfinsons a housewarming party Thursday evening, Nov. 1, in their home northeast of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson were guests. A baby boy was born recently to Mr' and Mis Dc-wcy Valentine of Truman, Minn. This is their first child and Mrs Valentine is the former Sharon Eden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Eden. Mesdames Maud Studer, Mary Weber, Francis Weber, Marjorie Becker, Viola Lo&bijj, Mary Bode, Rose Lickteig, Mildred Arndor- ter, Rita Youngwirth, Ha/el Studer, Clara Erdman and Mant Doughan attended a C.D.A. Charter Reception at Forest City Monday evening, Oct. 29. Clara Evd- man assisted with the degree work. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ptacek and four children moved Thursday from the second floor apartment tn Iho Roy Kollasch home to a Julius Becker farm house. near St. Joe. Joyce is a 7th grader, Jeanette a 3rd grader, Karen, a kindergarten pupii and Corald is a pre-sehool son. Mr Ptacek is a contractor. They moved a year aoo from Estherville. Mrs Ptacek is the former V.eriicil Gou^je, older daughter of Mr and Mrs Leu Gouge. A baby girl was born to Mr and Mix \Vr>.' 1 raibeptlril ..f Al;;nn;. at St. Ann hospital Wednesday tn'l. Jl. Mis l.aubeiitnal is tin,' former Bi.'riiicc Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson They ;i!.-:o h;ive a four year daughter Cynthia Ann. Mr and Mrs Harold Price accompanied a brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Theodore Johnson of LuVerne to Mora, Minn. Saturday, Nov. 3 to attend funeral services for their imele Ed Benz at the Mora Lutheran church. Plan Norwegian Supper, Seneca Church, Nov. 16 Seneca — The Blakjer Ladies Aid of Seneca is holding a Norwegian supper on Friday, Nov. 16 at the church basement with serving to begin promptly at 5 o'clock and continue until all are served. The menu will feature Norwegian foods — lutefisk, lefse, gumme, krumpage, kringla, spritz cookies and American foods — meatballs in gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, jello, rolls, butter and coffee. Going To Career Day The Seneca Senior Class will attend County Career Day on Monday, Nov. 5, at the LuVerne Community School beginning at 9:30. Junior and senior high school students are invited. Forty different fields are presented. Several members of the Blak- jer Women's Missionary Federation attended a workers' conference held Tuesday afternoon at the First Lutheran church at Milford, Iowa. Members attending the conference were Mrs Arney Cherland, Mrs Odey Cherland. Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Sig Loge, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Laurence Johannesen, Mrs Curtis Olsen and Mrs Henry Looft. Mr and Mrs Eldon Brown attended a birthday surprise party last Tuesday evening at the Ray Sundero home at Armstrong. The occassion was Ray's birthday anniversary. Gary Best, who is in the navy and stationed at San Diego, California, arrived home Wednesday for a 30 day leave with his parents, the Laurence Ullen- swangs. 'At the termination of his leave he expects to be sent to Japan. Marilyn Johannesen and Lois Wilberg spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Emmetsburg where they attended the South Central District Luther League Convention held at the Bethany .Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mr and Mrs John Johannesen and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft attended funeral services Friday for George A. Blinkman held at the Olsen Funeral Home at Fairmont on Thursday afternoon. Mr Blinkman, who is a father of Wally Blinkman of Ringsted, passed away at the home of a daughter, near Fairmont. He has made his home the past couple of years near High Lake, where he has helped Harry Vahldreck with his resort work and with his rack exhibits. He has suffered jfor some time with a heart ailment:.'"" " '"' Utility companies in the United States have an average investment of more than $50,000 for every worker. Look up Feed Dealers in the classified section of ygur phone book. Whatever product or service you need—Feed Dealer, Livestock, Farm Machinery and Supplies, Trucking—you'll find it FAST in the YELLOW PAGES. DAUS OLDS Has Something TERRIFIC To Show You On Friday ! Sea Our 4 Ads In Section II ot This Paper There will be an oyster and vegetable stew at the Trinity Lutheran Church on Tuesday Night, Nov. 6, sponsored by the Men's club. Serving starts at 5:30 p. m. COME EARLY! body likes cold soup but the Men's club of Trinity Lutheran church are serving it piping hot on Tuesday night, Nov. 6 at 5-.30 p. m. Soup, pie and coffee. DON'T MISS IT! Motto's 2H Top Line For HawkeyeLoop Frank Moulton's linfe of 233 was the high line for the week at Hawkeye Lanes during the past week. Other honor roll lines of over 200 were as follows: Chuck Jandl, 202; Tom Fandel. 205; Jim Kelley, 221-203; Ralph Valentine, 201; Casey Loss, 201; Ollie Johnson, 200; Jank Johannsen, 209; Art Ashton, 204; Merl Hoover, 200; Hal Long, 204; Paul Watson, 203; Bill Batt, 201; Bob Skilling, 201; Dick Godfredsen, 203; Buck Davis 200, Chuck Mullin, 201; and Lael Root, 209. Team stands follow league did not bowl): Western League W Sjogren's Groc. 30 East End Groc. 26 Swartz Hdwe. 25 Titonka ..25 Burt Merchants 23 Albright Aero-Serv. ..20 Pioneer Seed Corn 18 Kossuth Motors 16 Mutual of Omaha 16 Thermogas 16 Plantation 14 Al's Skelgas 11 Classic League W Boyken Ins. 28 Independents 26 Hamm's 25 State Farm Ins. 25 United Loan Serv. 24 Hub Clothiers 19 Burt 18 Seeley Farms 18 Scobba Skelly 15 Miller High Life 14 Root Hdwe. ... 14 Plantation (one son, Bonnie Roerhacher, Robert Roethler, John Fhuramrl, Duain McKenna. Tommy Erpelding. Jerry Stiles, Lawrence Curfan, Ronald Roemacher, Dennis Dawson and Linda Dawson and Mrs Gilligan of Hardy and Mr Madison of Eagle Grove. $1215 Goal, Swea Chest Drive Swea City—A goal of $1215 is set this year for the Swea City Community Chest drive. The drive is scheduled to start Nov. 16, with nine separate charities to receive benefits. They include United Fund of Iowa, $100; Iowa Children's Fund, $145; Blinded Veterans Association, $25: Sister Kenney Fund, $100; American Cancer Society, $225; Salvation Army of Iowa, $150; Boy Scout (Prairie Gold) $250; Girl Scouts, $120; and Home Service Fund, $100. Scout Master David Frank urges all Boy Scouts to be present at a meeting held at the Gospel Tabernacle, Monday evening, Nov. 5. 1F IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT L 10 14 15 15 17 20 22 24 24 24 26 29 L 12 14 15 15 16 21 22 2.2 •• '24% 26 26 26% Confirm 20 At Livermore Church Livermore—Bishop Mueller of Sioux City confirmed the following children at Sacred Heart church last Monday evening. They were Luverna Klein. Joyce Stiles, Sandra Elsbecker, Beverly Ken- tfcn, Judy Erdman, Patricia Erpelding, Kathy Collins, Ann Wil- "Hello!.... that you, Fred?" s-a-a-a-y! BE SURE TO SEE The New '57 PONTIACS FRIDAY! 50 FREE PRIZES to be given away ! ! I ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC On Courthouse Square — Algona Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 Atgona (la.) Upp*f 0«* Molnw- 4 Jack's 0. K. Tire Service Now Open For Business at Corner of State Street and Hiway 169 (Former Gonlral Motors Location) Ckai* Bat -.City Country Bring In Your Old Tires WE WILL MAKiTHiM INTO 5NOW TIRI5 IN 24 HOURS! Choice of Three "SNQ*CAP" Treads JACK'S Tire Service Don't look now but a "Friend" of Yours Has Been Here 1 "I've already laid in a bin stock of GIFT MERCHANDISE at Rusk Drug A Jewelry" "And what a splendiferous array of Gift Items it is!" "I'd advise you to come on the run and start picking what you want at Rusk's now" "Oh yes! They give you Green Stamps with your gift purchases at Rusk's, too!" 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