The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 5
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John Nauhola spent fhutsdty at Minneapolis on business. Mrs Olga Hot! entertained the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. Dr. and Mn P. C. Dorweiler spent Sunday at Carrier with Dr and Mrs R. J. Ryan. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Marion Burbank, former residents here. Kevin Ruhnke, year and a hali eld son of Mr and Mrs Ed Ruhnke, had surgery for hernia at St. Ann hospital Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs P. 0. Dorweiler have been visited by the latter's urother and sister-in-law, Mr ant •Mrs Rea Hutchison of Waterloo. Mr and Mn Don Meyer who have been living in the Mrs Clara Pompe house on east Elm street have purchased the Jerry Hardgrove house at 314 west Call Street and are moving this week. Mr and Mrs V. t. Gundei spent the weekend at Ames with relatives. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan plan to spend the weekend at Maurict with the former's father, Johr. Linnan. Mr and Mrs Homer Tutlle spent Friday and Saturday at De? Moines with the former's father, W. E. Tuttle. Baptismal rites will be held Sunday at St. Thomas Episcopal church for Kathy Irene, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Schlie- vert. Sponsors will be Irene Fraser, Mrs John Wilch, and William Fraser. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling have been visited by their daughter, Mrs Tom Lundell and children, Mary Beth and Sterling of Ankeny. The children contracted flu while here and the visit was prolonged till they recovered. Announcing THE OPENING IN ALGONA OP A FRED ASTAIRE Dancing School ENROLLMENT FOR Junior High & Senior High Students (ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS) SATURDAY, NOV. 2nd 7:00 P. M. " HOTEL AIJSONA DINING* ROOM Karl Dencker and Rajahneen Lee, of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio, Will Personally Demonstrate the Following Dances at the Saturday Evening Enrollment Session: Tango, Samba, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Mam bo, Waltz, Fox Trot and Rock n' Roll. Junior High and Senior High students are cordially invited to attend this Fred Astaire opening session at Hotel Algona next Saturday evening (please be accompanied by your parents). Karl Dencker. of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio, will explain in detail the Fred Astaire system — and will give full details on the dance course. Session begins at 7:00 P.M. sharp. FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO New York Chicago Houston Minneapolis Omaha 12th and First Ave. South Fort Dodge, Iowa CLOTHCRAFT previews the Fall clothing scene, In Suits It's Elegance! An avoidance of extremes underscores the elegance of Clothcraft clothing for fall. Colors are medium — dark. Patterns are small and restrained, The tailored line is straight and easy with modest shoulders and narrow lapels* Come in today. Ask to see our new collection of Clothcraft Suits in a variety of up-to-the-minute fabrics and patterns... they're modestly priced and definitely flattering* Where Quality Is Inexpensive ZENDER'S Clothing For Men And gays Mri Lfdia Weltel had as guefti Sunday her grandson, Larry Cook of Burt. Mrs Lfdia W»t*el was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter ,Mr and Mrs Omar McMahon of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs James Kolfr Jr. are being visited a few days by Mrs Kolp's parents, Mr arid Mrs Paul Haas of La Crosse, Wis. M* and Mrs Paul Letnkee were recently visited by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Wendell Jensen of Princeton, Minn. Mr and -Mrs John Helmers had as guests Sunday their sorr and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers and two sons of Ames. Mr and Mrs Walter Steven were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Merle D. Cooper of Des Moines. Mr and Mn Robert Hunger had as guests Sunday and Monday the former's mother and sis-, ter, Mrs Neva Munger and Shirley of Spencer. Glen Snider waft taken to University hospital, Iowa City, Tuesday and will probably have major surgery. He has been in poor health for some time. Mrs C. C. Baas, Whillemora, returned home Sunday from Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge where she had been a patient two weeks for surgery. Mrs Glen Snider who has been caring for L. E. Linnan's father at Maurice, has been home several days with her daughter Ellen who was sick with flu. Mr and Mrs Ed Wllcox spent the weekend at Rolfe with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs James Wilcox and the latter's mother, Mrs Thora Peterson. . .Mrs George Balluff has returned from Dubuque where she had been with her mother, Mrs A. H. Masters while Mr Master's was hospitalized following ma/or surgery. Mrs Fred Martin, Algona, is leaving this week to spend the winter with her daughters, Mrs James Powers of Melbourne and Mrs Ray McCorkle of Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs Frank Oslrum had the .latter's brother-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs C. D. Ellis of Oelwein and Mrs Robert Heimer of Manchester as guests last week Monday. Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey have as guest their daughter Barbara, Mrs Harry McCorkle of Glendale, Calif. Mrs McCorkle is industrial secretary for Broadway Medical. Mr and Mrs William Foth are parents of a son born Tuesday morning at the clinic. He has been named Robert. Other children in the family are Mary Lee and William Jr. Judge and Mrs G. W. Siillman spent the weekend at Ames with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr-and Mrs- Dan Jones and also, attended the Iowa State-Kansas State football game. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison spent last weekend at Evanston, 111., visiting Don's sister, Dorothy Hutchison, and attending the Iowa-Northwestern football game. They were joined by friends from Cedar Rapids. The Hutchisons flew from there to Miami, Fla., to visit another sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs Quincy Drummond. Tommy Skogstrom was taken to University hospital last week and was accompanied by his mother, who remained with him. Mr Skogstrom came home Sunday but summons came Tuesday that the lad is in critical condition. He and the son David left. at once for Iowa City. Darlene, who is studying music at Drake university, Des Moines, spent the weekend here. At Nat'I F.F.A. Meeting When the Algona deleg*iit>ft of eight FFA boy*, who acrcom* panied Dick Kuecker to the Kansas City Future Farmers of America convention to see him receive^the top award of "American Farmer", stood up in front of the Kansas City Auditorium to have their picture taken ... there were three "casualties." The three FFA boys NOT Shown in* the photo above are Dennis Schoby, Roger Keith and Dean Benschoter, all of whom had been put to bed in the LaSalle hotel, in Kansas City by G. W. Sefrit, advisor. The three were temporary"'flu casualties." Pictured aboVe — still in good health — are left to right, Gary Bernau, Mike McNeill, Jim -Kain, Richard Kuecker, holding his certificate as "American Farmer", Daniel Skow, Wayne Arndorfer, and Sefrit. Dick :Kuecker, 21, who-farms near Lotts Creek, is one of 363 young men in the U.S., Hawaii and Puerto Rico, who was accorded the highest honor granted by Future Farmers. The group — all intact —"returned by car from Kansas City Wednesday, Oct. 16, following the close of the convention. Mr and Mrs Harold Lafnprighi have returned from Mountain Home, Ida., where they visited their son, Robert, who is in service with the strategic air force?. 1'luy uere accompanied by the other son Bill who is also in service and stationed Bt the Lincoln, Neb. air base. Both boys have been in service four years and upon completion will enter colleges. The visitors also spent some time at Sun Valley, Ida. Mrs Melvin Chrislensen returned home Thursday, Oct. 24, following hospitalization . in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester where-she was a surgery patient for ten days. Mrs Horiense Ferguson has sold the lot east of her home on west College street to Mr and Mrs Clarence Morrall who plan to build a home for themselves in the spring. Mr and Mn A. L. Long of Davenport are coming Saturday for a visit of a few days with friends. They will be accompanied by Earl Bradley, also a former resident here, now of Muscatine. Mr and Mrs Pete Jorgenson are being visited by the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Irvin Morey of Los Angeles, Calif., who will be, here for a rather extended time. They are former Kossuth residents. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith had as callers Sunday the letter's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore of Estherville. They also visited Mrs Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Smith. Harry Skogslrom and son David returned Tuesday night from Iowa City where they had been called by the serious sickness of the other son David. They found, the child much improved and were assured of his recovery. Mr and Mrs Matthew Sireii were visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Michael Streit of Cedar Rapids. Michael attends college and his wife- is with the Visiting Nurses Association. Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit were visited last week by the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Milton Cponan who were enroute from Okoboji to their home at Des Moines. They had spent the summer at the lakes. Joe (Jollier, science teacher and Corwin Peer took Ronald Gardner, Jerry Gade, Gary Peer, George Balluff, Steve Miller. Larry Klein, Fred Churchill, to McGregor and Guttenberg Sunday on a fishing trip on the Mississippi river. Sandra Elwood, a 1957 graduate of Algona High and a first year student at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., has pledged Zeta Phi Delta social sorority. Miss Elwood is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Elwood, who are now living at Estherville. Mrs Augusta Beitz has been visited by her grandson Sam Beit? who returned to his home at Motley the first of the week. She was also visited by another grandson Harry Pentecost who is in the navy and stationed at the Great Lakes. He came to attend the funeral services of James Pentecost. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger are being visited by Mrs Willger't cousin, Mrs Rose Potter of San Francisco, Calif. Mrs Potter is making a rather extended visit here and will be with other relatives at various times. The Wil- Igers and Mrs Potter were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Irvin Kramer at Bancroft. Dr. Robert L<?e, •former resident here, now practicing at Ft. Dodge, has been seriously sick with pneumonia. The Howard Stillmans drove Mrs Mabel Lee, the doctor's mother, to Ft. Dodge Tuesday so she could be near him. This is the third week of Dr. Lee's illness. Reports Tuesday are that he is considerably improved. Mrs Maude Blake was visited Sunday by her late husband's son and daughtei'*in-law, Mr and Mrs Clayton Blake of Jamestown, N. D. They were enroute home from a visit in Texas and Virginia. They will .be well remembered as residents of thi. Doan area a number of years ago. Their family, three daughters and a son are all married . Mis Don Meyer gave a party Wednesday afternoon in celebration of the fourth birthday of hei daughter Becky. Guests weix the mothers and daughters, Mi> Pat Montage and • Mary Beth, Mrs Mark McGuire and Mary Ha, ajo4 Mrs Vic Frieders and Breiyia. Games were played by the children and the women spent the time socially. Mr and Mrs t». H- Robinson are moving Sunday into the Diagon* al grocery they have purchased from Mr and Mrs Ray Miller. The Millers are moving to Emrriets- burg where Mr Miller will have charge of the O.K. Welders shop. Mr and Mrs Leo Elmore, son- in-law and daughter of Mr and Mrs Robinson will move to .the farm being vacated by the parents. Marnach Rites At Whittemore John Mainach died suddenly early Tuesday morning, Oct. 22, at his home at Whittemore after being ill for some time. Mr Marnach was born June 12, 1889, near St. Joseph, la. and on March 31, 1924 ,he married Marguerite Crandall at Buffalo Minn., by Rev. Heintz. Several years later they moved on a farm northeast of town and in 1948 he and his wife retired from the farm and moved into Whittemore. No children were born to them. Besides his beloved wife he leaves one brother, William Marnach to mourn. Four sisters preceded him in death, besides his parents. Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 24 in St. Michael's Catholic Church with Rev. Philip Dailey officiating. Burial was in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery with Seely- Walsh Post 425 of Whittemore in charge "of the Military rites. Pallbearers were Vincent Elbert, Joe Besch, George Fisher, Ed Youngwirth, James B. Gee- Ian and Frank W. Elbert. LETTER TRAYS at Upper Des Moines. Thursday, October 31, 1957 Algeria (la.) Uppfif DM MolnM-S Council Takes Up Matter Of Gas Rate Rise As no quorum was present last week, no action was taken Wednesday night on a proposal from the North Central Public Service Co. that a small increase in the gas rate be approved. The council was to meet thi? evening, however, Oct. 30, to consider the matter. A rate increase cannot be made without the council's approval. The company bases its request for the rate increase on the fact that three wholesale price increases have taken place since it began operations, including one last August, and there has been an overall 18 percent increase in operating cost since service began in 1954. It is estimated that the minimum increase would be about 25 cents a customer per month. Coach Brad Bauman's Trojans rate a slight edge on the basis of a 3-3 wtflvlost matfc as far, fctft if past history holds true the game is a toss-up. There havte been several thrilling games in the series which began a few years ago, including a couple of last-minute upsets; Titonka enters the game *Kh a 2-3-1 record and will be attempting to reach the 50-50 mark with a win. The game is a Corn- belt Conference affair. Titonka At Swea City Ends Grid Year For Both A top football attraction is on the slate at t Swea City tomorrow night (Friday) when the Trojans host Titpnka's Indians as both clubs wind up their regular schedules. Z1G * ZAG SEWING MACHJK1 with the balance of $58.80. MSJT be assumed for $5.00 per month or will take $50.00 cash. Has new machine guarantee. To see machine write: Credit Dept., Bach & Rice, Inc., 4711 University, Des Moines, Iowa. 44* esson PIANO TOO MRS, POWERS CY 4-2892 * * * SEE OUR WINDOW * * * * SEE OUR WINDOW ecia THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY - ONLY! SING! SING! of SHEER, SHEER STOCKINGS SAVE! SAVE! on EVERY PAIR YOU BUY THIS WEEK ONLY! OUR REGULAR JUS MOJUD NYLONS FREE TICKET TO ALGONA THEATRE Sunday & Monday Presentation Starring Fred Astaire & Cyd Charisse - GAUGE $0 * DENIER N6WEST SHADES f WITH EVERY TWO - PAIR PURCHASE OF FOWLERS SILK STOCKINGS SPECIAL 1 Also! Scores of Bargain Buys Now In Fowlers Pre- Thanksgiving Sale! * * * * * * * * * *****

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