m '» Music Mothers To Aid LuVerne Homecoming - the Music Mbthers mc 1 '? the lunch r °om ot r,f ?? t uVerne K*ool, evening of October 9. . Hostesses were Mrs Roy Agard, Mrs Wilder Rockwood, Mrs Milo Patterson Mrs Harold Trauger, Mrs Bert *7 nas «r a P d Mrs William Prior. Mrs William Goetsch, president, presided. They voted to serve lunches at the annual Homecoming of LuVerne high school, Saturdav: Nov. 9. They are also making arrangements to purchase new outfits for twirlers and leaders of the high school band. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Edward Dehnert have word that a daughter was corn to their son Mr and Mrs Dehnert, Englewood, Calif., Oct. 1. They now have a family of two sons, Joey and Chris, two daughters, Theresa and new baby. The baby daughter arrived on the birth date of brother Chris Born Tuesday, Oct. 10 in the *ort Dodge Lutheran hospital a s"". Carey Geal, to Mr and Mrs Milford McPeak of Renwick They now have a family of four sons. "Mrs McPeak is the former Maxme Patterson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milo Patterson here. Mr and Mrs Earl Detmering Sr., report the birth of a daughter Pamela Kay, Thursday, Oct. 10, in a hospital in South Gate. Calif., to their son. Mr and Mrs Teddy Detmering. The baby is their first child. Mrs Detmering is the former Marilyn Miller of South Gate. Teddy is employed at an aircraft factory there. 24 Band Queens of 1957 Festival In Algona •JiliiifcMlMiM«MMiBiaaMmaiihMi^^^^^^^«»k^att»i«^^ .. ,.„..... ._.__ j „ _„„A.._^_,_„.- ...--'...- ^1^ Ij \ Mr and Mrs Harold Zentner of Madison Wis. visited Saturday and Sunday with his uncle, Fred Hinz and aunts, Mrs Lillie O. Hesse and Mrs Mathilda Stoddard families. Lt. and Mrs Charles Porter iave concluded their furlough visit in the parental Borinie Ellifritz home. They left for new assignment at 29 Palms, Calif., after service in Quantico, Va. Mr and Mrs Robert Diekoff of Detroit, Mich, visited friends here Saturday. They were former residents of LuVerne. Mrs Jessie Sanford has now returned from Badger where she visited for a week with her son and daughters, the Frances Sanford, Allmon Hovick and Norman Larson families. Mr and Mrs John Bockes were Ruests Saturday at Dad's Day of their daughter, Kathy Bockes, (reshman at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Kathy ac- >ompanied them home for the Algona w«» host 10 24 band queen* during the annual band festival and the entire group is shown above assembled on stage at the fairgrounds prior to the naming of Jan Clark of Bancroft as queen of the event Saturday night, Oct. 5. Bill Finn, president of the Chamber of Commerce, is shown at the microphone with 24 queens seated behind him. All but two Ann Enckson, Kanawha, last year's queen, and Karen Hutchins Algona band queen who served as hostess to the other girls during the day, were eligible for the crown annexed by Miss Clark. Thousands of persons witnessed the parade Saturday morning and large numbers were on hand during afternoon festivities and the evening program in front of the grandstand at the fairgrounds Saturday night. (Nels Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) weekend. Mrs Jessie Sanford, her son, Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford anu Connie were Thursday evening visitors in the home of their daughter and sister the Allmon Hovick family in Badger. Mr and Mrs Ray Wentzel and family of Perry were guests in the Harold Burgess home Sunday. Mrs Kate Barton returned home Sunday from spending u week with her daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwight Hardgrove family in Fort Dodge. Weekend visitors in the parental, Bert Thomas home was their son and daughter, Dor- ranee Thomas and Mrs Richard Huerta of St. Paul Park, Minn. Mrs Earl Detmering, Sr., and her daughter-in-law, Mrs George Detmering of Wesley attended the Hobby Show of the Homemakers Club in Algona Friday. Mrs Detmering Sr, was the former Woman's Chairman of Humboldt County. Mr and Mrs Donald Bowman of Waterloo were weekend visitors in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman. Miss Patti Patterson employed in Des Mo'ines visited her parents, , the Milo Patterson family over the weekend. Mr and Mrs John Bockes and Kathy visited her sister, Mrs Nettie Jensen and family at Webster City Sunday. Mrs DeRay Lichty and children of Mason City were weekend visitors in the parental Harry Lichty home. Bobby, two and one-half year old son of Mr and Mrs Maurice Espeland, Fort Dodge, is being cared for in the home of his grandparents, the Ralph Dimler's. Mrs Espeland is a medical patient in Mercy hospital there. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stoddard of Fort Dodge came Sunday and took his mother, Mrs Marie Stoddard to the Lutheran hospital Monday for a check-up after she was hospitalized earlier. Jerry Groh, employed in a bakery in Perry, was a weekend visitor with his mother and sister, Mrs Carl Groh and Diane. Miss Jurine Schneider of Kansas City, Mo. is on vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider and sister Janelle. Jurine employed with TWA Airlines, will report on Oct. 27, at Los Angeles, Calif. Weekend guests in the Albert Schneider home was her sister. Mr and Mrs Elmer Richardson and children of Slater. Mr and Mrs Kermit Stille and Raymond Kossells of Thornton were Sunday guests in the home of their son Mr and Mrs Jerry Stille. Visitors Saturday in the homo of Mrs . Carl Groh, Jerry and Diane were the Charles Wyatt family of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Harold Nelson and girls of Fort Dodge visited Mrs Carl Groh and Diane Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ray Agard, Linda and Gary attended a" birthday dinner in Goldfield Sunday, hon- oring his mother, Mrs Alice Agaard, 79 years of age, Monday, October 14. Her sons, the Gerald Agard family, Hayfield and the Kenneth Agard family of Ames were also in attendance. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch went to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon, where they visited her aunt, Mrs Ross Smith, patient in the Mercy hospital and also a cousin, Mrs Freeman Hanson, Clarion patient in the Lutheran hospital. Mr and Mrs Walter Engel and his sister, Mrs Adam Zwiefel of Renwick drove to Ortonville, Minn., Sunday and brought their uncle Casper Weigand here for a two weeks- visit. Mr Weigand, well known here recently lost his wife in death. They also visited Sam Swank, 84, at Clinton, Minn. Sam asked to be remembered to all his friends here. He owns a farm south west of LuVerne, farmed by Earl Manning. HEADQUARTERS FOR A NEW ALL LEADING MAKES 6 ALL MODELS « ALL THE NEW DECORATOR COLORS 9 ALL GUARANTEED Linde Donates $500 For Swea City Playground Swea City — On the occasion of his 20th anniversary as dealer for.Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co. and New Idea Farm . equipment, Roger Linde of Linde Implement Co. presented Mayor E. L. Hansen a $500 check for park playground equipment. The gift was announced at the Linde Company's 9th annual 4-H banquet at the school gym on Monday evening, Oct. 7. There were 500 guests present. '•• Guest speaker was R. S. Stevenson of Milwaukee, president of Allis-Chalmers. team, was named King. Preceding the game with Thompson October 18, the Queen will be announced, and both the King and Queen will be crowned, Homecoming activities begin Friday afternoon at 2:45 with a parade through the downtown section. Alumni prizes will be awarded to the member from the earliest class, the teacher from the earliest class, to the one coming the greatest distance, and a member of the class with the highest per cent present. SMITH CORONA REMINGTON UNDERWOOD ROYAL (Time Payment Plan If Desired - As Ut rle Af $1.00 A Week) STOP IN - LOOK THEM OVER - AT THE Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. HIE. call St. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Algena, lowo Stenzel-Elliott Nuptials Betty Jane Stenzel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Stenzel, Ledyard, and Kenneth Elliott, son of Ross Elliott and the late Mrs Elliott, Swea City, were united in marriage in Immanuel Lutheran Church pn Wednesday evening, September 25, by Rev. Leroy Pillman. With Aleta Jensen at the organ, Carol Miller and Shirley Stenzel sang a duet. Kenneth Seylar also sang, with Lowell Greenfield as pianist. The bride was attended by her twin sister, Barbara Stenzel and Charles Elliott served his brother as best man. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for about 90 guests was held in the church parlors. Mrs George Elliott, aunt of the groom, sang at the reception. Three of the bride's aunts, all from Minneapolis, assisted; they were Mrs Max Engal, who poured, and Mrs Jerry Dalen and Mrs Johnny Loos, who served the cake. Waitresses were school friends of the bride, Reta Walker, Aleta Jensen, and Nancy Johnson. Following a short wedding trip, the young couple returned to Swea City, where they, will make their home. Both attended the local school. Since hi* graduation the groom has been employed by Kenneth Patterson. The bride was the honoree at a miscellaneous shower Sept. 27 at Immanuel Lutheran Church parlors, attended by about 100 guests. With Carol Miller as mistress of ceremonies, duets were sung by Barbara Stenzel and Aleta Jensen, also by Shirley Stenzel and Carol Miller. Readings were given by Mrs Leroy Pillman and Reta Walker. Eighteen school friends participated in another shower the 28tn at the home of Reta Walker, with Aleta Jensen and Barbani Stenzel assisting. Queen Nominees Donna Kauffman, Nancy Johnson, and Aleta Jensen, all seniors, were named as candidates for homecoming queen by the student body at school Friday morning. Carl Johnson, senior, and quarterback on the grid Prairie Pals 4-H Elect New Officers Wesley — The Prairie Pals 4-H club met Saturday Oct. 11 with Darlene and Dolores Studer. The annual election of officers was held: Dolores Studer, president; Ruth Wise, vice president; Merle Harig, historian; Darlene Studer, reporter; Melissa Nygaard, secretary; Ruth Lickteig, photographer; Gloria Wise, music chairman. The new members were Mary Ludwig, Anita Lickteig, Sharon Ricke, Julie Kunz, Marilyn and Sylvia Downs, Sylvia Gink, Kathy Lickteig and Paula Fisher. Mrs Herman Wise is the leader. Dolores Studer gave a talk on "Center Pieces." Ruth and Gloria Wise and Darlene Studer Save a skit on "Table Etiquette." The meeting was closed with a get-acquainted game. Viiit New Arrival Mrs Marvin Ackerson went to Esthervjlle, Monday afternonn with relatives from Fenton to visit her new nephew who was born Saturday evening to Mr and Mrs Don Luedtke o f Fenton. The young couple now have a family of two sons and one daughter. Af funeral Kites Mrs Floyd Armstrong and Albert Fish attended funeral services for Mrs Vincent Fish, 62, at Manly, October 8th. She died October 6 following a lingerint; illness. Mrs Fish is survived bv her husband, two sons: Will Garbey and Richard Garbey of Manly; three daughters. Mr? (Mildred) Don Chipman of Cedar Rapids, Mrs (Helen) Elmer Fritz of Mason City and Mrs (Mary) Jack Smith of Manly, and by 2 step-sons, Albert Fish of Corwith and Clarence Fish of Wesley; and one step-daughter, Mrs (Dorothy) Floyd Armstrong of Wesley. Vincent Smith is visiting in the Fish home at present. Ends 13 year Service Clarence Fish was recently discharged from the navy, having served 13 years. His wife and son live in Pensacola, Fla. Clarence is now visiting his grandmother. Mrs Louisa Fish and Earl and his sister, Mrs Floyd Armstrong and family. Mrs Louisa Fish was hospitalized recently at Mercy hospital. Mason City, fbr a kidney ailment. Her 92 year old mother, Mrs Anna Roth of Woden, is hospitalized at the Buffalo Center hospital with a broken hip. Mrs Ed Juchem, visited hei aunt and family, Mr and Mrs August Hennings and family in Sexton Sunday afternoon. Patricia Juchem. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Juchem. spent Saturday and Sunday in St. Ann hospital, where'she was given a blood transfusion. Patty obscrv- NOTICE OP ELECTION TO THE VOTERS OF ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA You are hereby notified that the Mayor and Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, did, at their regular meet ing held at the City Hall in Algonn Iowa, on the 9th day of October, 19S7 by resolution duly and legally passed adopted and approved, authorize anc direct that, at the regular municip.V election of the qualified voters of the City of Algona, Iowa, to be held according to law on the 5th day of November, 1957, there shall be submitted to the voters of the City of Algona Iowa, the following special question to-wit: "Shall the proposition to annex the territory described as follows: The East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E',ii NWVi) and i the West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W'i NE'4) of Section Twelve (12), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa; in the resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, on the 2nd day of October, 1957, be approved?" You are further notified that said proposition is submitted at said election by the Mayor-and City Council on their own motion and that at said election the polls shall be open from 8:00 o'clock a.m. until 8:00 o'clock p.m. and that the voting places for said election shall be as follows: First Ward — American Legion Hall Second Ward — Public High School building, first floor Third Ward — Third Ward Grade School building Fourth Ward — City Hall all in the City of Algona, Iowa.' Of. all which you will take notice. Dated this 9th day of October, I9S7. Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa Attest: David A. Smith City Clerk of Algona, Iowa. Published in the Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 17, 24 and 31, 1957. Thursday, Oct. W, 1957 Atgeno (la.) Upper Dt» Moln«*-9 efl her fifth birthday Monday. She attends kindergarten. Carol Albee, who is now living with her grandmother, Mrs Mary Seifert went to Mason City Sunday to stay with her aunt, Mrs Emil Seifert, one week. Mrs Seifert is ill. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finda Healing Substance That Daei Both* Relieve* Pain—Shrinks HemorrhoicU KM* York. r». _ Srst tune science hns found a new tir-nliiis .«uhsta.icf! with the nstorish- itip; ndility to shrink hemorrhoids nn I to relieve pnin— without curler?. In cnsc after cn'sc, while ftcntfy relieving pnin, nclual reduction i«n:-|»k.'iK<>> tonk plnce. M.Mt ainn7.!r i< nf n ||- rc'sull • * thorough that «uf ii-rfrf were „ statements Ilk* "Pllw have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is ft new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of t wnrlrj-fnmotis research institute. "''his substance is now availnble In sitppntitnrj/ or ointment form under the name fi-fptrnlion //.* At youf druR-E.'jil;. 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