The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 8
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fltt.) Ufrfi»f feet Mo;r.« tfWftdoy, Stpf. 19, Mr Sid M. '.t% P.eeper | Roy Chritiensen i* ai Minn«a--• r.'-.'.ff'..- *•,.'• v j -?k r/n a buying trip Mrt Anna Mad ton hsd her son- in-law H' E & u £.-'<--,••. M: Mr *ad MJ* Virgil Rohlf end Brian were dinner gij»---«t ~ur.-- dsy r,f Mr *n-j .Mis- W fc vr;t iJ-jnr, at West Bvrsd. Mr and Mrs William Drartcn as gue?t«. £ v/f/f-.k sey S'j-; day. Mr and Mrs R O. H.ihu-; of Hermosa Beach. Csl:5 Mr end Mrs Richard Kawd*;cy att*-nd*-d tK.- pt-rf'jn^^v-- of !-"•. Fair Lady a? KHVT 1?.. *lr- *• DCS Moini"-. Saturday. S< pt 14. Mrc Nettie Rich had as guests Sunday Mr and M-: Mcivin Schendel and thrive rh:ldrr-n and Mrs Schcndel's rn-jth-,: of Story City. Mr* Charles Reaper has b»*n dismissed from St. Ann hospital where she has been a patient the pant 20 days. Sh" had suffered a stroke but is making good recovery, Bernard Yeoman look his *wif* 1o Mason City Monday : where she will have rmijor surgery at Mercy hospital. His mother, Mrs George Yeoman is a medical patient there. Mr and Mn Don Spark* drove to Boonc, Sunday > to attend' a reception for Patrica May Brown, a niece, whose marriage took place Wednesday, Sept. 11. The reception was followed by a buffet supper. Mr and Mri William Baker have been visited by their son- dn-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gene Hendrickson who are moving back to California. Gene h.as been attending an engineer- t Ing school at Kenosha, Wis., and has completed the course. Mr nnd Mrc Gilbert Hargreavet had as dinner guests Wednesday evening the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbort and sons Ron and Don and Barbara Wiegand of Baltimore, Md,; and Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis and children, Suzanne and Michael, Mr and Mr» Hugh Colwell had as guests Sunday the latter's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr and Mrs L. A, Hill and Mr and Mrs Floyd Hill of Fort Dodge. Mrs Col well went to Fort Dodge Monday to spend the day with her mother, Mrs Mary .Hill arid sister, Mrs Mabel Ruebel. Mr and Mr* Art Schweppe had as weekend guests the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs George Shaw who had been at Oklahpmn City, Okla., and from here are going to Shrcvoport, La. The visitors and Mr and Mrs Schweppe spent Sunday at St. James, Minn., with Mrs Sch weppe's bro ther- i n/-la w and sister, M? and Mrs E<j Muns'ter- man, Mr and Mrs Russ*ll Keller th :.? vi-pf-k for BeDflower, Calif., j *o T:-".K« their hosive Russei! I '-a.* be ' . n employed at Zendors. ] :,rA Mr? Kellfy has bct-n empJoy- I '-4 at *.h«? Farm Bureau. Her 1 plac-f- is bf'ina; filled by Mr» Gor- i Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland art h> ng vested by the latter's sis! tf-r. " 7v5r« W. R. J<msvold o i V.";rkenberg, Ariz. She will also ! visit friends and relatives at i H. 'lifted snd other nearby places • EnjM'Jt<? here she stopped at Fort j Worth, T''X., t<j visit hc;r niece j and husband, Mr and Mrs Jerry i Beamish and little s<m Tim. Mrs {Catherine McEroy was visited over the weekend by her sons and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Mauricd McEvoy and family of Minneapolis, Minn!, and John McEyoy of St. Louts, Mo. They wer^ joined at dinner; Sunday by the icm-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Kuyper of Garner. Mr and Mrs Ralph Clbert hare as guests their twin sons Don and Ron and Ron's fiancee of Baltimore, Maryland. Don is a student at Johns Hopkins University and • is. studying engineering. Ron, (s/nn art student at the Maryland Art lastitutc. They arc returning to Baltimore thl» week, Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougnl) drove to Winonn, Saturday, and spent a few days there packing their household t goods to bring here. They have sold the home at Winona and are building a new house here which will be under construction in a short time. Mr McDougall is* manager of the Botsford yard. Mr and Mrs Leonard Meissner moved to Baraboo, Wis., Wednesday where Mr Meissner will be associated with the Zenith Radio Corporation. The house the family has "been occupying will be taken by Mr and Mrs William Foth. Mr and Mrs James Egli will move into the Foth house. Both places are owned by Conrad Herman, former resi; den,t here now living with his daughter in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Joe Lichler look their son James to Dubuque Sot' urday where he is enrolled at Lora8.,.,cQllegft '. and Will enter training for the priesthood. They were accompanied by the children Bob, Judy and Dennis. Betty, Phyllis, > Beverly,' and Mary remained at home with Mrs Segrid Lundh. They were dinner guests Sunday at Waver ly of Joe's brother-in-Jaw and sister, Mr and Mrs Don Berry, Jon Rising, con of Mr and Mrs V. K. Rising has been here the past two weeks visiting his parents. He has been in service the past 15 months and for a time had been assigned to the neuropsychiatry department at the navy hospital, Beihc-sda. Md.. for schooling. He is a graduate medical technician having attended school at Minneapolis, prior to catering the s'.-rvice. Hf loft Monday for Oakland. Cahf, for furthc-r study Mrs May Waiktr is expected here in a *ho;t time for a visit v.-jth Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison. She is coming from Chicago where she has been v/ith her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Phillip Walker, and will go from h«?re to Cedar Rapid? to visit her son-in-iaw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Arthur Messenger. She will go from there to Phoenix, Ariz., to spend the v.-'inter. She and her late husband, Will Walker, are former Algonans and well remembered. Bullet Grazes Algonan's Scalp An Algona man. Will Dray ton, narrowly escaped seriou injury and possible death when ..22 caliber slug grazed the top of his head shortly after 5 p.m here Monday. Mr Drayton, who had been Working on the old D-X build( ing in the alley between north Jones and north Minnesota streets, stopped for a moment to chat with Mrs Bud Boeckholt, a neighbor lady. Both hcaid a strange sound and at the same time Mr Drayton felt something hit his head. He began bleeding badly from the wound. The slug, which according to local policemen was spent when it hit Mr Drayton, ripped through his hat and the jagged edge pierced his flesh. It was assumed that a hunter or someone out target shooting fired the shot, perhaps as far as a mile from Mr Drayton. It apparently came from the north. The slug was found bv investigating police officers. The wound was not serious and was treat ed by a local physician. Doerning-Altman Nuptials f V D.A.R. Display, Constitution Week In compliance with Constitution Week, September 1? to 23, the Algona Chapter of the Daughter of the American Revolution, "have on display in the window of Cowan Building and Supply the United States flag t a framed copy of the Constitution of the United States, a copy of the American Creed and a framed copy of the Declaration of independence with original signatures. The latter was given to Julia Bourne Cutler, daughter of Mrs Will Bourne, as an achievement Award, in 1924, for creditable work in National Girl's Club work. It bears the persona! signature of Pres. Calvin Coolidge. These framed documents are to be placed in the Junior H. 3. Moonlight Trail Ride The Algona Bit & Spur Club held a moonlight trail ride Thursday, Sept. 12. The 1C riders returned. to the fairgrounds where th'ey enjoyed coffee and cake served by Mrs Orie Peterson's food committee, Champ Barrow To Algona Firm Wectern Buyerc of Algona purchaced the champion barrow- over all breeds at the National Barrow Show held last week ai Austin. Minn., according to Louis Rellly, fleldman for the Poland China World. The Poland China wac chown by Gerald Anderson of Lelana. 111., and wac cold at the sale for $3.10 Ib, Oscar Andereon and Son, of which Gerald is a member, had the grand champion carlo! over all breeds at the came chow and it was cold to Hormel & Co. of Austin, Minn., for 30c Ib. . The Piece Goods Store of NORTHERN IOWA the Chrischilles Store M you will note from thia picture (taken just a few days ago) this iu truly your piece good* headquarter*, with hundred* of yards of choice, name-brand cottons, ruyona, orlon and wool combination* from which to muke/your selections, it's MO esusy to choose when you have this vast variety of QUALITY FABRICS, chosen from the foremost manufacturers in the United States. When you've put a lot of work Into a dress, Jacket or coat, you want to be SURE that the material is reliable, colorfaut and wearable. We stock only the WEST recognized lines of piece goods; you take no chances here, Also \vt» stock Simplicity and MiCtUJ patterns but will gladly special order both Vogue and Hutterlck, A complete d.res* making department with expert help from experienced salesladies, most of whom sew themselves. The CHRISCHILLES STORE Janice Margaret Doerning, daughter of Mr and Mrs Pat Doufning of Ai^ona, became th'e bride of John N. Altaian, son of Mr and Mrs John Altrnan of St. Joe, in a double ring ceremony performed by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's Catholic church at 9 u.m. Thursday, Sept. 12. The bride was attired in r white gown of Rochelle lace with a long torso bodice thai buttoned at the back with a deep point at front and back of waist, i manderin collar, long sleeves that ended with points at tht wrists and full floor-length skir'. with handkerchief point top of Rochelle lace and tulle. Her finger-tip veil was of white imported English bridal illusion with a plateau of crystal pleated tulle and lace. Maid of honor was the bride's twin sister, Janelle, and bridesmaid was Diane Altman, Thomap Altman was best man, Ronald Doerning, groomsman, D a r y I Baker and Larry Kunz, ushers, and Billy Higgins aal \\\\\ Kinsey served as altar boys. Organist was Sister Mary Ricarda and Rod Albert, Mark Seeley and Charles Lpar were vocalists. A wedding breakfast for the bridal party was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs Gilbert Buscher, at 10 a.m. a dinner for 75 guests at noon at the Johnson House and a' reception for 110 guests at the bride's parent's home at 2:30 p.m. ' Mrs Bob Hedeen, Sioux City, was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Dorothy Ruppert, Mallard, cut the cake, Mrs Ed Miller and Mrs Gilbert Buscher poured, Janelle Doerning and Patty Vaske, Bancroft, helped with the gifts, and waitresses were Lu Ella Lallier, Dorothy Kunz, Patty Ruppert and Gweneviere Rup pert. The new Mrs Altman is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and has -been employed for the past two years at the Thermo gas Co. of Algona. The bridegroom attended St. Joseph's school, served two years in the army and is at present employee by a road construction company After a trip through the west, the young couple will be at home at Sanborn. (Isaacson Foto - UDM engraving) Guest Speaker, Baptist Church On September 22 the Regular Baptist Church, Elm and Wooster, of Algona will have as guest speaker in both the morning and evening services, Rev. Charles T. Butrin, B. A., M. A., B. D., Th. M., professor and dean of men at the Omaha Baptist Bible Institute, pictured here. The "Jubilaires", a, girl's trio from the school will be supplying several special musical numbers in the services that day. The public is cordially invited. Burt Grid Team Bows, 40- 18 The Twin Rivers freshman- sophomore football tea'm ran to a 28-8 half-time lead and downed Burt, 40-18, Monday night. It was the first football game for a Burt team for more than 45 years. Leroy Davis grabbed a pass and scampered 80 yards for one Burt touchdown and Cliff Curtis scored the other two on short plunges. * Coach Ray Ihnen of Burt has announced a revised schedule'for his club: Sept. 23 — Armstrong B-team, there; Oct. 3 or 4 — Boone Valley varsity, site undetermined; Oct. 18 — Armstrong varsity, there; Oct. 22 — AJfbna B-team, here. * The Bears had only one game scheduled originally. Ex-Algona Boy, Now Coach, In Protest Game Joe McNeil, former Algona high school athletic star, who is football coach at Mt. Ayr, lodged a protest with the Iowa High School Athletic Association following his team's 7-0 loss Friday night to Leon. Officials working the game charged Mt. Ayr was using an illegal formation and warned McNeil at halftime not to use the formation, which features two • Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank: and family drove to Janesville Minn. Sunday to attend a Kunkel family reunion. Mrs Charles Reaper came home Sunday after spending two weck at St. Ann hospital. She is re covering satisfactorily and was visited over weekend by Mrs Myrtle Hunt of Des Moines. Mrs Helen Shipler x is assisting with housework at the Charles Reaper home. , \ • Mr and Mrs Herman Becker spent the past week at the home of their son, Mr and Mrs Dick Becker at Mobile, Ala. IN DISTRICT COURTr~STATE OF IOWA, ss., Kossuth County, No. 7301, September Term, 1957 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Will F. Miller, Deceased, dated November 13, 1953, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 30th day of September, 1957, is fixed far hearing proof of same at the Court House in Alfiona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear. und show cause, if any they have, why instrument should hot be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Doted at Algona, Iowa, Sen- 1 17, 1957. * Alrna Pearson Clerk of the District Court Lijman & Lynch, Attorneys AlKonu. Jowa. " Published Sept. 19, 1957, in The Algona Uowi) Upper D£S Metoes* Goes To Ohio Bancroft — Virginia Bradley left for Cincinnati, Ohio, Monday. Virginia will be employed there this coming year and will stay with her sister, Mrs Stan 'Kommer. In a 20-mile race, a man would win over a horse because of his endurance. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiininiiiiiiRiinnuiiiuiiii Truck Coming! Now on the road, due io arrive Friday and Saturday with solid load of Maytag "Halo of Heat" Cloihes Dryers] To be cold this weekend in front of our store. Introductory price — $199.95. NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER SPECIAL FALL SALE OF PHILCO FREEZERS $90 A Big New ^«, . Amm Philco Upright %P?7V/ OFF 11*2 Kitchen Design holds nearly 400 IPS. NOW ONLY $259,95 SALE PRICED AT ALGONA Refrigeration 5. Phillip* Algono CY 4-2693 quarterbacks, during the. last half. Mt. Ayr was penalized 15 yard* twice early in the third period wheti the formation was used. McNeil then changed his offensive alignment and announced he was playing the game under protest. Leon's game winning touchdown was scored in the second period of the contest. A ruling oa the protest is being awaited. 2 DM VIM § nfHH) two drivers paid fines in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. They were Thomas Kinsey. Algona, who paid $5 and costs for speeding and Lawrence Davis, Council Bluffs, who was fined $5 and costs for driving a truck without a driver's license. Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution of the United States. t CUSTOM /Mflir y^^Sj*? Your choice off OlOdecorator colors...mixed to your order Now you can have just the colors you want for every interior, to bring out the full beauty of your interior decor. These stunning new Du Pont Custom Colors come in three sheens of matched colors — Gloss, Semi-Gloss and Flat. They're simple to apply with brush or roller... extra long-lasting ,.. odorless during application. Super-Washable •A" Quick drylna * Many colors alto available In Rubber-Bate BOTSFORD LUMBER GO. South Phillips St. CYpress 4-2619 Algona, Iowa "f u ANNOUNCEMENT It is with a great deal of pleasure that I announce I have purchased the Donovan Cabinet Shop on South Phillips street, effective Sept. 16. I welcome all of Ralph's old customers and promise to continue the fine workmanship you have grown accustomed to in i the past. The next time you have need of cabinet or woodworking work of any kind, free estimates as always will be given. M.T.Kelly i '.';* New Owner Sincere Thanks For the past 22 years, it has been an extreme pleasure serving the people of Algona and Kossuth county. Your patronage has sincerely been appreciated and J hope to see many of you again as a representative of the RUSCQ combination door and window firm in this area. I am the only authorized representative of RUSCQ windows in Algona. i Ralph Donovan

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