The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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WEEK OIL OCT. 13 -19 VIKING OIL CO. E. B. CARLSON, Mgr. Just Norlh of Milwaukee Depot Phone CY 4-3743 Direct - From - Pipeline Gasolines Pure Pennsylvania Oils — Dayton Tires — Accessories Tire Balancing A Specialty Town and Farm Bulk Wagon Service ED'S D - X SERVICE ED WOLCOTT Downtown Location at State & Harlan Streets Phone CY 4-2809 COMPLETE D-X PRODUCTS Let Us Service Your Car While You Work or Shop "Time To Winterize — Let Us Do It For You!" SUPERIOR STATION On South Phillips Street Phone CY 4-9160 GAS — FOR — LESS . . . AND PREMIUMS, TOO! Complete Superior Petroleum Products "We Feature Reliable One-Stop Car & Truck Winterizing" COOK'S STANDARD SERVICE CHET COOK, ,„ On South Phillips Next to Johnson House STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS We Feature Radiator Checking. Cleaning, Repair Complete Station Service "Winterize With Radiator Specialists" KOSSUTH OIL CO. CEC TAYLOR Corner of Phillips and McGregor Streets Kerr-McGee Petroleum Products Complete Car Service Tank Wagon Service Phone CY 4-2298 (After Hours CY 4-2319) Bulk Wagon Dealers STRUECKER'S CONOCO SERVICE WERNER STRUECKER Easy-To-Get-To On East State Street Phone CY 4-4215 WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS Personal Attention Given to All Automotive Servicing CONOCO PRODUCTS AND TRAVEL SERVICE Goodrich Tires and Batteries — Complete Winterizing C. 6. (CY) VENTIICHER C. G, (CY) VENTEICHSR Conpcp Tank Wagon Service Home Fuels — rarro Oils Telephone: CY 4-4215 — or — CY 4-2878 SCOBBA SKELLY SERVICE MONTE SCOBBA - ——-%, Conveniently Located on East State Street • Phone CY 4-3812 THAT ALWAYS-DEPENDABLE SKELLY SERVICE Gas — Oil — Lubricants — Greasing — Washing — Polishing "Winterising As You Want If" TRANSPORTATION M. L. VANDER WAAL Standard Oil Tank Wagon Service Fuel Oils — Farm Oils PHONE: CY 4-3372 — or — CY 4-3221 Thufidoy Oct. 10, 1957 Algond ffa.) Upp»f D* Mrs Peterson Opens Gift Shop In Armstrong Swea & Eagle — Mrs Hans Peterson has opened a Gift Shop in Armstrong. She will also give ceramic lessons. Her shop will be open every afternoon and evening except Monday and Friday. She held open house a week ago last Friday and Saturday afternoon. Mrs Hans Peterson, Mrs Ivan Rasmussen and Mrs Guy Steuer, Elmore, Minn, were business visitors at Fort Dodge last week Friday. Mrs Peterson was a Waterloo visitor Monday. Mrs Christena Swanson had as Sunday noon dinner guests Mr and Mrs Wm. Mather, Sr. ana Mr and Mrs William Mather Jr., Mr and Mrs Otto Larson, Mr ana Mrs Eivin Swanson, and Mr ana Mrs Lt'Roy Sanftner, Minneapolis. Mr ana Mrs JLeltoy faaminer oi Minneapolis visited from Fridaj night until Sunday with her mother, Mrs Christena Swanson and his parents, Mr and Mr*, Frank Sanftner. Mr and Mrs Warren Brnnes and son Robert, were Sunday night visitors at Mr and Mrs Elvin Swanson. Rev. and Mrs LeRoy Carter and sons, Kenneth and Daniel, and Mrs Nora Olson were Sunday noon dinner guest at Mr and Mrs Glen Olson. A 4-H Girl's County Organization meeting was held at Algona Hotel Tuesday. Attending from local clubs were Mrs Cecil Thoreson, Eagle; Mrs Leo Engessor and Mrs Ralph Walker, Swea; Mrs June Euwing and Mrs Orpha Briggs, Harrison; Mrs Wm. Tokheim and Mrs Bill Waterbury, Grant; and Mrs Maynard Jensen and Mrs Richard I. Anderson who are on the County Committee. Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen and Otto Jensen and Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and daughter Larinda were Sunday dinner guestu at Mr and Mrs Joe Preston. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson attended an open house birthday party Sunday afternoon for a friend, Oscar Anderson, Elmore, Minn. It was his'80th birthday. Mr Anderson lived in Algona before moving to Elmore. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link left Sunday to visit his brother and sistei>in-law, Mr and Mrs Dewey Link, near Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino and son Larry were Sunday dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson. / Aleta Jensen accompanied Mr and Mrs Louis Stenzel and family to Brush. Creek, Minn. Saturday, where they attended the wedding of Mr Stenzel's cousin, Aleta, and Betty Stenzel sang at the reception. Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson entertained Tuesday night on their daughter, Linda's 6th birthday. Guests were Mr .and Mrs W. Thompson and sons Howard and Charles, Lpne Rock; Mr and Mrs Frank Sanftner, "Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner, and son Jimmie, and Elizabeth Kresbach. Mrs Emil Larson cared for the children of Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson, Friday, while Mrs Larson attended a Baptist Woman's Stale meeting at Des Moines of which she is an officer. Lowell is a son of Mr and Mrs E. Larson. Henry Schafier Of Wesley, Rites Oct. 9 Wesley — Henry Nicholas Schaffer died suddenly Sunday afternoon, Oct. 6, at his farm home of a coronary heart Attack He was born April 12, 1895, to Nicholas and Eva (Schundelmier) Schaffer in Champaign county, Illinois. He was united in marriage to Myrtle Fosnaugh at Carroll on Aug. 26, 1925, and to this unioh were born eight children: Helen. Irene, Fern of Wesley; Robert of Mason City; Alice of Whittemore; Richard, Mildred and Roxie, at home. Helen and Irene died in infancy. The family has resided in Kossuth county for the past several years and the last two years on a farm west of Wesley, He is survived by his wife, the four daughters and the two sons, six grandchildren, three brothers'. George and Albert Schaffer of Lake City and Fred of Royal, 111.; three sisters: Mrs (Lena) John Carl of Rantoul, 111.; Mrs (Minnie) Walter L. Johnson of Storm Lake; and Mrs Rose Morrow of Lake City. Henry Schaffer served in the army in World War I, and served in France. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 9, at 2:00 o'clock in the local Evangelical Free Church, with Rev. Percy Carlson officiating. Burial was in charge of the Blake Funeral Home. • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch LEO FRANKL'S PHILLIPS 16" LEO FRANK!, On East State Near Phillips Street Phone CY 4-9197 YOUR PHILLIPS "66" IN ALGONA A Complete Service Station For All Your Needs WINTERIZE WITH US — WE AIM TO PLEASE Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque and Mr and Mrs Dennis Barnum pi Ames were weekend guests in the C. L, Young home. Mrs C. W. Heerdt, Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs Edmund Larsen attended the band festival in Algona Saturday. Miss Linda Nelson was a Saturday dinner guest of Miss Sharon Carroll. Sharon came home Friday afternoon from Cedar Falls where she is attending State Teachers College. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and little son visited in the Bernard and Charles Phelps 'home Sunday evening. Mr Ray McWhorter and Mr and Mrs George Becker went to Mason City Sunday afternoon where they attended the Lion's Convention. Mr and Mrs Jerry Perdue and daughters called at the Frank Becker home Sunday evening, Jerry is on a furlough and they are making his parents, Mr ai)d Mrs L. M. Perdue a short visit. He has been stationed at Gettys-, burg, S. D., and will now go to Germany. Mr Ray McWhorter flew to Ames Friday where he attended Co-Op meeting. He returned Saturday. Mrs Frank Becker and family and Mrs Harold Becker were Saturday dinner guests at the Martin Becker home and attended the Band Festival in AJgona. Mr and Mrs Stanley Itu&e ol Jowa City spent the weekend at the parental Dwight Ruse home and visited other relatives around Titonka, Burt and Sextqn, Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Ponna were Sunday dinner guests in the Clifford Teeter home near Algona. Mrs R. I. Simpson and daughter, Mrs M. L. Hot's returned Monday morning from a two weeks trip. At Decatur, 111, they visited a sister and husband Rev and Mrs T. L. Liming and attended thejv §pj& w§ d <J«8 a»- hiversary. Maxine Mary Menke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Menka of Bancroft, was married to William Earl Russell, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Russell from Omaha, Neb. Oct. 5 in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Father Schultes performed the .double ring ceremony in a nuptial high mass at 9 a.m. The bridesmaids were Betty Menke, maid of honor, Rita Stumpf, Betty Eich, Donna Deitering. The groom's attendants were Gus Farmon, Arthur Witte, Deny Menke and John Dole. The ushers were Harold and Kenny Menke. The dinner and reception were at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittemore. The 'bride's dress was white lace, princess line, with sleeves tapered to the wrist and the bodice trimmed with pearls and sequins. Her veil was made of nylon tulle and had a lace crown trimmed with pearl drops. The bride carried white roses and the bridesmaids flowers were white figi mums, tied with white velvet ribbon. The married couple will reside at Lincoln, Neb. 'where the groom is attending the University of Nebraska. Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder returned Friday from a week visit with relatives in Illinois, Several neighbor ladies held a farewell party Monday afternoon honoring Mrs Ed Ford who moved Wednesday to Algona where Mr Fprd is employed. Mrs Ford received a gift. Mrs Frank .DHsworth has her sister, Mrs Ina PitsWQFth of Seattie,.Wash. visiting her, Thursday their cousins from Montana dropped in for a short vMt. Mrs Ed Seeny entertained the Frank Ditsworths, their guests, the Alfred Pitsworths, Mrs Char" lette Richards and daughters at dinner, Alice Menke and Donna Berg« man, nurse 'students, St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City, spent th4 weekend at the Richard Menke and Laurence Bergman homes, Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing, Joyce, and Lori, Ames, spent the week* end at the Menke-Lensing homes, Mrs F. J. Hatten received word of the birth of a daughter born, Sept. 17, in Reding, Calif, to Mr and Mrs Joseph ffatten. Joseph is playing ball in Havana this season. Joseph Long, Albia, manager of the creamery there, spent Fri' day with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Long. Mrs Joseph Swankal entertained 28 little girls at a party Friday evening in honor of Rosemary's 10th birthday. Game? were played. Mrs Swankel serv? ed a lovely lunph. Rosemary re« ceived many nice gifts. Mrs Henry Strunc entertained 28 little girls at her home Sat* urday afternoon in hoijpr o< Susan's 10th birthday. Sus+m re f ceived many lovely gilts and M?l Strunc served a lovely lunch. Phillis Mulligan, Lola Meyer, Louise Garry, Parlene Simmoni &tteftding Briar Cliff, Sioux City, spent from Friday until Sunday at their homes here. Mr and Mrs. Runjjard Potthoff left this week for their home ii| California after spen4inj f Q Uf months here visiting relatives, and friends. Their trip was 009** poned a. .week, 4ue to the of Mrs {Mthoff wno Friday from St. Ann hospital Qawes was dent during Coolige's sjeeoiwi

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