The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 2
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2-Algena (la.) Upper De« Moinef Tuesday, November 13, 1956 MMS Mr and Mrs Gene Hood spenl lust weekend at Minneapolis and saw Cinerama. Mr and Mrs Roy Hut2ell had Mr and Mrs Ted Weiman and .Mrs Nina Weinman, of Fairmont. Minn., as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood had Dr. and Mrs Paul Powers of Wafer- loo as guests Sunday. The men did some hunting. Mr and Mrs James Haupert weir visited over the weekend by the hitter's niece Coleen Hinders of Emmetsburg. . , Dr. and Mrs Robert Horldn and Dr. and Mrs Glen Nielsen, of Des Moines plan to attend the Iowa- Ohio State football game at Iowa City Nov. 17. Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen has been pledged Sigma Phi Epsilon at Ames where he is a student at Iowa State college. Mr and Mrs Edwin Johnson were dinner guests Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fritz Anderson at Livermore. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell ,of Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush were visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush, of Webster City. • Robert Harms, son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Harms, spent the weekend here with his parents. •He is enrolled at .Wartburg col- Ifcge, Waverly. ; Sheila Ann Hansen, R.N., of Mercy hospital, Mason City, spent Friday and Saturday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer spent last week Sunday at Mason City with Mrs Heimer's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. Schumpp. - Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomb liad as guests last wedk Sunday the fonner's.-parents, Mr and Mrs John Wv Holcomb. Herbert and Charlene," of Dickens. Mr and Mrs 1 Clarence Hunt were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Roy Kokemuller and son, Dick, of Des Moines. The men did some hunting. • , Mr and Mrs Russell Guster recently visited the'former's father and brother and sister-in-law, John Guster and Mr-and Mrs Gerald Guster, at Omaha, Neb., Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen., Mts Katherine McEvoy and Mrs W. A, Murray, mother of Mrs Cullen, of Bancroft were . dinner guests Thursday evening of Mr and Mrs Fred • Kuyper at Garner. Mrs Kuyper is 'the former Mary McEvoy. Chick? We're booking: Hy-Line chick orders for the next hatching season. Order now. You can still get your favorite hatch date. Don't delay. Be sure you get the extra profits Hy-Lines offer. FOR YOUR HY-LINE? CHICKS SEE or (All ROBINSON PRODUCE WESLEY Mr and Mrs Ray Cook and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt went to Minneapolis Friday to attend the football game between Minnesota and Iowa. Mr and Mrs William Geering and Mr and Mrs Raymond Reid drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Minnesota-Iowa football game. Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge have returned from a vacation spent at Moro. Ark. with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge. Sr. Mrs R. A. Davidson and Mrs Ethel C.illes visited friends at Swea City. "Mrs Gilles is a former resident there prior to coming here six years ago. Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg and sons Alvin arid Franklin soent Sunday at Riceville with Mrs Hagg's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Franklin Ernst. Mr and Mrs John Roberts were visited over the \yeekend by the hitter's parents, nieces and nephew. Mr and Mrs H. D. Ahrens, Susan. Katherine and Jerry Ahrens, all of Cednr Rapids. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor, and Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles left Friday afternoon for Minneapolis to see the Minnesota-Iowa game Saturday. Among those who attended Ihe Drake-Ames football game last week Saturday were Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund, Mr and Mrs Don Cook and Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe. Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser had as weekend guests their sons-in- law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson, of Mallard, and Mr and Mrs Joh Millward, of Garner. Mr and Mrs Vic Samson have returned to their home at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., following a visit of two weeks with the parents. Mr and Mrs August Huenhold and Mr and Mrs Claude Samson, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs W. H. Godden returned last week from Staten Island where they were called by the serious sickness of their son-in-Jaw Dr. Robert Lucey. He had major surgery and is now very much improved. The Goddens were gone three weeks. Mr and Mrs George Kohl are being visited by the hitter's sister, Mrs Emma Smith, of Peoria, 111. She came Thursday and will spend a week with each sister, Mrs Kohl and Mrs George Elbert .ind Mrs George Fandel, of Whit- emoro. Mr and Mrs James Kelso had as weekend guests their son, James Kelso and son, James Jr., and Lheir son-in-law, Robert Oland and Robert Jr., of Davenport, who came for some hunting. They were accompanied by friends from Davenport. Mr and Mrs Russell Hardgrove, Vicki. Ann and Russie, accompanied by Barbara Barton went to Dubuque recently to visit the Hardgrove's daughter, Mary, who is at Mount Loretto convent. Mary finds her work very interesting. Mr and Mrs Claude Samson and Mr and Mrs Karl Willason are being visited by Leonard Samson and son Roy, of Hubbard, Neb. Leonard is a brother of Claude and Mrs Willason. They came Wednesday and are remaining for a few days. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Berwell Brunsvold and family, and Mr and Mrs Sherman Russell, of Perry. The men came to do some pheasant hunting. Mrs Celia Dsal drove io Clarion, Saturday, and look home her infant granddaughter Lucy Ann Colenian for whom she bus been caring the past several days. The mother Mrs Al Coleman has not been too well and was in need of the assistance. Jerry Parkins, PO 3/c of Ihe navy is stationed at San Francisco al present and recently wrote Io his parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins, that he had received a certificate of general commendation. Jerry has been in service I wo years last July. Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes, Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan and Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks were among thosi- who attended the Miniir-utii-Iowa football game Saturday at Minneapolis. Mr and iui-Vi e. A!. Holt and Mr and Mrs Russell 1-Jutchins also drove up to the game. Mrs John Hanselman left Sunday lor Mii-smi City via Rocket fur Excelsior Springs, IV o., where .-he will enter the hospital for u i-heck-up and possible surgery. John's moi.hcr, Mrs Minnie Han- M.'lman. will take care of David and tin- house while her daugh- tei -in-law is gone. Rev. Boyd Granzow and Mrs Giunzow cunie lust wt.ok from Minneapolis and left their dauyh- tet Elizabeth Ann here with the paU-mal grandparents, Mr ;md .Mi.-- Albert Uranzow. They were i.-niniiti- to Elyria. Ohio, having U.-ci; ealk-d tin if by the death of M,> Gu,n.'.ow's father, Andrew Fell. 57. Mrs Ethel Tillinghast has re' Aria Moore Of Burt Bride Of John Giflord Burt — Miss Aria Moore, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. I... Moore of Burt liiid John Giflord of Lu- Verne, son of Mr and Mrs John Gifford of Burt. were united in marriage in a beautiful candlelight double ring ceremony at the Burt Methodist Church Sunday evening. Nov. 11, at 7:30, with Rev. F. Samek officiating. Aria was given in marriage by he: father. Miss Moore's dress was a street length gown of white nylon lace. She had a fingertip veil of white nylon and curried a white Bible and a white orchid. Miss Velma Groen was bridesmaid. John Gifford was attended by his brother. Richard Gifford. Miss Ruth Hodgson was pianist and Miss Elizabeth Webben of Buffalo Center was soloist. Artnur Groen and Gary Gifford were ushers. Mr and Mrs John Gifford will make their home at LuVerne alter a brief honeymoon. Mr Giffoid is woiking on a farm. Over iiO relatives and friends attended the reception held in tho church parlors after the ceremony. BUI Kickbush Weds Oct. 26 Open House At West Bend High West Bend's school will hold Open House Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18, from 2 to 4 p.m., Supt. W. B. Officer has announced. Conducted tours will be made of the new school addition, which includes a vocational agriculture department, home making department, hot lunch room, music department, an auditorium - gymnasium and all the rooms that go with » gym, and a large band and instrument room. The general public is cordially invited to attend. Hi-Ion Mnrie Meier, daughter of Mr an'd Mrs Earl Meier, was baptized at the Lutheran Chinch Sunday morning, Nov. IHh. Her .sponsors were Mrs Duayne Johnson and Mr Raymond Luvrenz. Mr and Mrs" Norman Sander- Eon of Seattle are the proud parents of twins, a boy and girl born November 12th. The Sandersons have three other children. Mrs Sanderson is the former Hazel Diekmeyer. This is the second set of twins in the Dickmeyer lamily as Dale Dickmeyers have a boy and girl who were •1 years old this month. A Bake Sale is to be held Saturday, Nov. 17, at Bailey's store sponsored by the Junior Fellowship Class' of the Methodist Church. Coffee and doughnut* will also be served. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ktiinitj: and two granddaughters, Linda and Jo Lynn of Dockery, Mo. were guest at the Clifford Holding and Leonard Daniels homes over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Clifford Holding were dinner guest Sunday evening at the Lurry Holdings in honor of Valerie's birthday. Guest at the Mrs Joe Zanke's Saturday were Misj Rosa Weise. Mrs W Hamstreet, Mrs Lois Trunkhill, Mrs Henry Manus and Mrs Jim Harvey of Waterloo. The group honored Mrs Zanke's birth-; clay. On Saturday evening Howard Zanke called from Escondido, Calif, to wish his mother, A Happy Birthday. Sunday Vera from ' Whittier, Calif, called to wish her Mother Happy Birthday. Mr and Mrs Jim Harvey of Waterloo visited at the Bob Harvey and Joe Zanke homes over the weekend. The Friendly Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Joe Zanke on Thursday, Nov. 15. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs Lois Trunkhill Friday, Nov. Hi. Mrs Blumer of Algona visited with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Manus Friday, Nov. 9th. Mrs Lois Trunkhill and Mrs Hiram Ackerman visited Mr and Mrs Henry Anderson at Livermore Sunday afternoon. Mi- Anderson had just recently returned from the hospital. Mr and Mrs Clyde Strouri and family of DOS Moines were guests at the Kred Lavrenz home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Mike Smidt and Terry and Mr and Mrs Ronald Smidt of Huron, S. D. visited at the Clilford Abbas home Monday Nov. 12. Mr and Mrs Merlon Steward and Douglas of Alexandia, Va. are visiting al the Homer Sabm and Wayne Mann homes. Mi Steward is stationed at Belvoir. Va. Joan Johnson, of Webster City, fosler-daughter of Mrs Charles Shore, and B. W. "Bill" Kickbush. son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kiekbush were married October 26 at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist church at Webster City. The bride was attended by Donna Illg and the bridegroom had as his attendant his brother-in-law, Paul Tegeland, of Belmond. Ushers were Joe Funk and James Thompson, of Belmond. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony and the couple left on a wedding trip to the O/.arks. Bill is employed by Northwestern Bell telephone company and his wife is employed in the office of Beams Manufacturing company at Webster City, where they are at home. Honor Krulls On Silver Wedding Pprlland — Mr and Mrs David Bolie, Titonka, were hosts at a 25th wedding anniversary tea for Mr and Mrs Fim Krull on Nov. 11. Mrs Bolie is a daughter of ! Fim Krulls. Also helping were I Mrs Richard Tiggerman, Klemme; Mrs Dan Perdue, Rhinelander, jWis.; Joan Krull, Mason City; I Louis Krull, Burt. Dinner Was served to the immediate family and Quello Sagers of Blue Earth, Minn. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Louis Huber, Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Mr and Mrs Glaus Krull, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Vernon Krull and Kathy, Forest City; Mr and Mrs Verne Trickle and Tommy, Mankato, Minn.; Herman Krull and Gusta Dobernecker, Britt. and family visited in tho David Bolie home Sunday evening. fd Wool Convention Howard Seely of Algeria, Iowa, Director of the Iowa Sheep and Wool Growers Association, will attend the annual meeting of the Board of Directors of the Association on Friday, Nov. 16th. The Iowa Directors will meet with the Directors of Minnesota arid South Dakota in a joint meeting at the JDyckman Hotel, Minneapolis. '• . i if- ire NEWS — WE WANT tt •\ WATCH WARDS for '"ip/rtttPta 3 Act Comedy Slated Sunday, Nov. 18, Bancroft Bancroft — "Old Doc", a three act comedy, will be presented in St. John's'Hall November 18th at 8:00 p.m. Sister Mary Margretta and Sister Mary Hugh are the directors. The characters include Old Doc. David Kollaseh: Ma, Joan Fox: Pa. James McCarthy: Margaret, Jann Clark; Dr. Brand, Dick Fox: Bob. David Welp; Helen, Betty Darrell Grar.dgenett. Mrs Rossi. Donna Bergman; Mary Selby. Alice Menke: Mrs Cronin, Jean Rahe; Lois, Marilyn Doyle; and Mrs Mellon, Mary Jo Johnson. • . hers at her home Wednesday afternoon. High prize for bridge went to Lena Altman, second high to Mrs Martin Miller and high guest to Florence Altman oTCedar Rapids. The winner of the bingo prize went to Mrs Culvert Johnson. Cars Collide Cars driven by James D. Sch- initt, Des Moines. and Richard Amunson of Algona collided on a county road, 4 Ms miles northeast of West Bend in Garfield t-.vp. Saturday afternoon. Neither driver was injured, but Schmitt's car was damaged. Sheriff Lindhorst checked the matter. Mr and Mrs Harold Riemers 'FOR CALF SCOURS' BOLUS KAO-STREP' WITH VITAMIN A « Nationally advertised by —new in sfocfcf Sse us for lull information As Advertised In Farm & Home Section RUSK DRUG RISTMAS get a FREE.copy now ••r lOOK .* i Relatives attending the funeral of John Gottjinger at Dyers vi lie from hero Monday- were Mr and Mrs Henry Menke, Ocla Dudcling. and William, Mr j p and Mrs J. H. Menke, and the John Menkes, Richard Menkes, Walter Menkes, Lawrence Metv kes, -Mrs George Rahe. Mr and Mrs "Herbert SchiUz and Mr and Mrs Ailed Menke. Mr Gettsinger was a former resident here and owned and operated a backsmith shop now where the Bancroft Garage is located. He was married to Ann Menke who passed away while he still lived here. A large crowd aH'Mvk'd the initation'of the C. D. of A. Tuesday evening. Thirteen r.ew members were receive I into the court. M:uvella Fandel 1 of Wh.it- tomore gave a speech and cards were played. Banns of marriage were p'lb- lished for the first time beiwcon Jc;.n Marie We'.p, d:uight"r "i Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and Donald Hixr.n ol' IX-.i Moin.->-. Mr and Mrs F.d Divd'vrot'r. Tommy and Gloria, William Hughs from Kmtnel^bun; were dinner gin-.-ts Sunday «\ the Laureive P.i>n.'m::ns. Mr and Mrs Dun William ;'nu V.- M iin>.'S. .,p'-nl the ;.t tii'' Ofla :^o;ow}tfO'&o:o3^:o:iaa»»^^ .<> g O O O A Nels & Kay Have Something NEW •o NO-GLARE GLASS Amazing NEW Glass Brings Out The Full Beauty of Your Pictures Yes, it's a fact, with this amazing new glass on your pictures, Ihero is absolutely no glare or reflection Jo obstruct your v'ew. The cost of this unique new glass is surprisingly reasonable now thai it can be produced in large quantities. Drop by our display and see for yourself. 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