The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 4, 1956
Page 22
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Upp«r Dei Motnei Tuesday, December 4, EWELRY CL, £t*r* Authorized Specialist For Zenith Hearing' Aid* Give RCA Television This Christmas NOWI NEW "LIVING IMAGE" PICTURE AND TWO-SPEAKER BALANCED FIDELITY SOUND IN THIS SUPERB ,// * ...,.-"~N > &*c/> ; *•'•', ,.v>? • x-,ii. r ^ Ifr-T?. \ V (f/* ^»k^ ^ by RCA VICTOR Tht |d(«monl D«lvx*. Mphogony graln«d or limed oak grained rinlihu. Med»l 21D723. Enjoy TV from any seat in the room. Get 261 square inches of viewable "Living Image" picture ,.. two-speaker Balanced Fidelity Sound... "High- Sharp-and-Easy" tuning. Come in—see the new KdgtmotU Deluxe today! 44 «*** 4* Mcfvifrt CCA Victor factory ferfet Th» lw»t. 329 >q. In. vlt.. obit ort«. J >p»ak«ril Malioyony «rain«4 faith. Me<M 240731, f«r VHT - N*« HI* tp*i d UHf tuning ce<tn 70 UHF cfcenniU In 2'/i ttcondil Optimal. tMro, at lew ceti. dene's Radio & TV Ph. 215-W Across from F. S. Norton's Algona Davis-Wagner Nuptials Jetald Eugene Davis of Burl, son of Mr and Mrs Charles DavU, and Mary Elizabeth Wagner of Algona, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Wagner of Canon City, Colorado, were united in marriage at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, Nov. 12, in a ceremony performed by Msgr. P. P. Gearen. They were attended by Joseph Wagner and Susie Wagner, brother and sister of the bride. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was held at the home, of the bride's sister, Annie Wagner. The wedding dinner was at noon at the Wagner farm. The couple took a wedding trip into Missouri and Kansas, and are at home in a Vera apartment. The bridegroom is employed at Scobba's Service Station, and the bride fcas been employed at the Algona Produce. Lakota Couple Speak Vows In i Elmore, Nov. 25 LakOia — Lorraine Gallagher and Larry Thomsen were united in marriage at 3 o'clock, Nov. 25 in the Trinity Lutheran church in Elmore. Lorraine is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George f\:>\\- agher.and Larry, the son of Mr and Mrs Nick Thomsen. both farm families of this community. Mr and Mrs Bernard Ryan and daughter of Des Moines visited several days the past week with Mrs Ryan's parents, Mr nnd Mrs Fred Christ. Mr and Mrs Elmer Paulsen, Donna and Richard were Sunday guests in the John Welhousen home at Titonka where a belated Thanksgiving dinner was held Gerald Welhousen was at his home for a short visit while en- route from an air base at San Antonio, Texas, to Staten Island. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Miss Hannah Heetland were guests of Mr and Mrs A. W. Behrends in Algona Monday. Michael Vodraska drove to Owatonna, Minn. Wednesday and brought Jimmy Vodraska home to spend the Thanksgiving vacation. Jimmy attends an academy in Owatonna. , Mr and Mrs John W. Cook, Don and Carmen were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs Cook's brother at Avoca, Iowa. Weekend guests in the Burdette Hoeppner home were Burdette's parents, Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner of Calumet. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland visited Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford in Yankton, S. D., Thursday until Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harry Mussman were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr and Mrs R. C. Kiester in Mason City. ' Mr and Mrs Al Scott and family of Cedar Rapids were guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Schroeder Thursday and Friday. Mrs Scott is the former Margaret Schroeder. •Mr and Mrs George Schroeder moved Friday from their farm home into the house they recently purchased from Mr Kerker They have done extensive remodeling. This house is the former C. R. Lewis home. Mrs Frieda Zellner of Amboy is visiting " in the home of her daughter, Mrs James Meurer and family. Mr William Kienitz was able to come home from the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday. He is recovering from a heart attack. Brandt who attends Luther College at Decorah. Marilyn Kramer.smeier, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Kramer- sme-icr, who finished a six-montl- secretarial course at Mankato Commercial college was home over last weekend and loft foi Washington, D. C. on last Tues day where she will work for civi" service- in the Navy Department Mrs E. A. Carpenter took their son John back to Cedar Rapid? on Sunda" and went on to Olir to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Swatzell. Mr and Mrs Carl Noyes and daughters Sharon and Carol ol Grand Marais, Minn, came Thursday and visited until Friday at the D. A. Carpenter home. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter and John and Ann were also Thanksgiving dinner guests. Mrs Ella McKnight and Mr and Mrs Dale Holcomb and son of St. Joseph, Missouri, came on Thursday and visited over the weekend at the W. E. Wiemer home. Mrs McKnight remained foi a longer visit. Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and two sons of Des Moines came on Thursday and Mrs Marie Halyor- son and Marvel and they visited relatives at Frost. Mrs D. A. Carpenter accompanied her brother and wife of Des Moines Mr and Mrs Rollc Wcod and Mr David Hogendorn to Granada on Tuesday to attend the funeral of their sister-in-law. Mrs Harold Wood. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter also attended the funeral. Mr Frank Hoofer of Vancouver B. C., Canada visited Monday at the home of his brother-in-law and family, Mr and Mrs Cyril Haag. Mr Harold Wentworth, who works for the Green Giant Canning Company at Blue Earth broke his wrist last Tuesday, while cranking a machine at work. He was taken to the Blue Eaith Community Hospital anr" was there until Saturday. Mr and Mrs George Gonias and children and Peggv Mayer of Des Moines came on Thursdav tr ' spend Thanksgiving and the weekend at the parental, D. B Mayer home. LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer Mr and Mrs William Schneider and family were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Cyril Haag The Modernette Club met at tht home of Mrs Roy Valvick, Swea City on Tuesday, Nov. 20th. Mr. Valvick e;ave the lesson. Dr. J. R. McNerney, son Richard and daughter Mar> Louise of Des Moines came las Sunday to hunt and visit at tht J. J. McDonald horrfe. Saturday afternoon, Mr anc Mrs J. F. Sullivan, Pat and Jeremiah visited Matt Krebsbach and Mrs Elizabeth Koppen, who are patients at St. Ann hospital in Algor.a. They also visited Mrs John Miller at the Roberts Nursing Home. Mr and Mrs Orville Frandle and children of Blue Earth and Mr and Mrs Howard Nitz anci sons of Estherville were Thanksgiving guests at the Max Nitz home. Young people home for the Thanksgiving holiday included John Carpenter from Coe College, Karen Schroeder frorr Cedar Falls, Ella McDonald anc 1 Mary Ellen Farrow from Brair Cliff in Sioux City, Roselyn Bashara from Mankato Commercial College, Judy Gilbertson who teaches at Belmond, Allaire Farrow who teaches at Forest City Beverly Bashara who teaches at Cowrie, Natalie Hardt who teaches at Minnesota Lake, Jeane • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman and family, Mr and Mrs Glen Cowing, Mr and Mrs George Anderson arid Mrs Joe Recker attended the funeral and wake of Mrs George Johnson at Titonka. Mrs Johnson is an aunt of Mi- Bergman, Mr Cowing and Mrs Recker. Miss Jean Welp was honored at a miscellaneous shower in St. John's Hall Monday evening. Jean will be married December 1 to Don Hixson of Des Moines. The ceremony will be held here. The Blue and White Crusaders held their November meeting at the home of Jan Clark. Jean Rahe reported on the junior leadership school she and Jan Clark attended. Jan Clark gave a report on the district officers meeting. Mrs James Elsbecker explained color and the different types of design. Demonstrations were given by Jan Clark, Jean Rahe, Ann Vogel and Linda Weber. Mr ,and Mrs Ben Johnson are narents of a daughter born Sun- "As she hurried down our store aisle, a customer caught her skirt on a floor display. One moment she had on a skirt — the next moment she had on none. Does Storekeeper's voluntarily pay property damage and medical costs for mishaps on our premises?" For Ine answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Find* Healing Substance That Doe« Both— Relieve* Pain—Shrink* Hem on hold* ••W York. N. Y. ( - Fur the first time icience has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids $nd to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all —results were |9 thorough tb«t«ufl«r«r« m»d» astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*; —discovery of a world-famous research iiibtitute. This substance is now available in tupiiuaituiy or ointment forin under the name Fcnimration //.* At your Money back guarantee. dny, Nov. 11, at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. She weighed 8 Ibs. and 8 02. and will be named Laurie Sue. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Mary Govern spent Thanksgiving Day at the Govern farm with Vincent Govern and ivir and Mrs Lawrence Govern Other dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Hubert Govern, Raymond and Darlene, Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow, and daughters, Mary Ellen,' Palsy and Barbara Lee. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary were Thaliks- i>ivmg Day dinner guests at the Harold Becker home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family of Kstherviile did not get down be cause of bad roads. Mrs Lawrence Govern spent Friday and Saturday in DCS Moines where she drove four vocal students to attend the all- stale music festival. Mr and Mrs Ross Elvidge of Hurt visited Tuesday evening In the Tom Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson, Linda. Barry, Randy and Kevin and Arden Nelson were guests at an oyster supper Wednesday evening at the Donald Michaelsen home. Other guests included Mrs Mary Michaelsen and Mr and Mrs Neai Michaelsen and family. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson ol Titonka were Thursday dinner guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr an.i Mrs Frank Becker and family, Mr and Mrs George Becker and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Booker. Mr and ( Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and family, all of Burl; Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg and family of LuVerne; and. Mr and Mrs Glen Hain of Algona gathered at the Martin Becker home in Algona to help Mr Becker celebrate his birthday, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs John Miller were Sunday .evening guests at the Harold Becker home. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl, Eugene Jandl, Mr and Mrs Robert Jandl and family, Mr and Mrs George Sengbusch and family of Jackson, Minn., Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family ot Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Harlforu Brock of Woden and Mr and Mrs Bill Ross and family, also of Woden were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the Metinet Trunkhill home. Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydness of Ames spent a few days at the Mcnnet Trunkhill home. Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch and family visited Thursday evening in the Victor Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and family, Dr. and Mrs Robert Collett and son Robbie were Thanks- giving Day dinner guests at the Ray McWhorter home. Dr. and Mrs Robert Collett and little son left Saturday by plane from Des Moines, for their home in Colorado. tF IT'S NEWS — WE WAMt If eawiiMSi»^gaiiJ^^ ftjoft"* Baao'BiflMiM NOTE TO SANTA: You know, everybody's in love these days ... in love with Comfy slippers by Daniel Green! Yes, everybody has discovered that there's just nothing like Daniel Green's slippers! a ^tt*^flji«^gr«jgs^^ jiat^aiSrWifraSJ^^ •>/-'-«i«j»*s»ii».«»y-«w»i>J-*^>i«»i*^ ssss Save Now! During these winter days while our shop is having a slack period we'll completely overhaul your Farmall engine at a price you won't want to pass up. Only now can wo offer you this special deal! Have your Farmall ready for early spring work and save some money, too 1 Here's What We Do: 3S5 Valve Job Piston Pin Bushings Gaskofs Replace Points Clean Carburetor New Radiator Hoses Stsam Clean Tractor Install Power Package Replace Main Bearings if 'needed. Check and Clean Plugs Pack Front Wheel Bearings Check Transmission Level Adjust Clutch and Brakes Check Tractor FOR FARMALL "H" $115.55 ii * FOR FARNIALL "M" $135.55 SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL, OTHER FARMALLS ALL PARTS & LABOR NOT LISTED ARE EXTRA! $40.00 Paint Job Only $25.00 With Ea. Overhaul Algona Impl. Co. Phone 52 International Harvester 1417 E. Commercial St.

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