The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 14
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6-AI0ono (la.) Upper Des MeineaAlgono (la.) Upper ttes Meingt-7 Hotter Than It's PONT I AC GM'S NUMBER ONE AUTOMOBILE SEE THIS NEW PONTIAC NOVEMBER 8th — AND — GET 1957'S HOTTEST BUYS A T ERNIE'S WATCH PONTIAC See Ernie Williams KOSSUTH COUNTY'S PONTIAC - CADILLAC DEALER Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper no Gift like this in all the world... Mary Lou Presthus Guest Of Honor At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mary Lou Presthus, Burt, was honored at a shower Friday evening at the Lone Rook Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mesdames Marvin Marlow, Dick O'Donnell, Merwin Marlow, Jerry Toller, Dennis Priebe, Leon Marlow, Edw. Blanchard, Ornie Behrends, Ervin Wetzel, Harlan Marlow, Win. Marlow, Milton Marlow. Fred Schmidt, Everett Hanna, [{. A. Holmgren, Louie Beringhaus. Don Houck, Mary Flaig, Joe Culbertson. W. J. Cotton, Glenn Householder, Geo. B. Long, Woodrow Pettit, Geo. Kissner, Alfred Schadendorf, Roy Bierle, Florence Schrader and Eldin Marlow. Gorgia Marlow and Phyllis O'Donnell assisted Miss Presthus with the opening of her gifts and Barbara Marlow and Nancy Presr thus displayed the gifts. Phyllis O'Donnell had charge of registering guests. A Musical Love Story of Mary Lou and Bud was given by Mrs Everett Hanna, Mrs Erich Seege- barth, Mrs Roy Bierle, Mrs H. A. Holmgen, Mrs Dennis Priebe, Mrs Merwin Marlow and Mrs Don Houck. The program was closed with a reading to Mary from Bud by Mrs Everett Hanna. Mrs Wilfred Radig assisted at the piano. SATIN & SILK Recenl Bride Honored Mrs Ellwyn Householder, the former Dorothy Bicsch of Algona, was honored at a shower Tuesday evening at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Susan Blanchard and Kim Blanchard sang "Tamie" accompanied at the piano by Mrs Donald Blanchara. Carol Householder and Marilyn Jasperson of Algona assisted the bride with the opening of her gifts. Mrs Ralph Reidel, Mrs Leo Ramus and Gloria Householder had charge of arranging the gifts. Hostesses were Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Eugene Blanchard, Mrs H. A. Blanchard, Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs Joe Culbertson, Evelyn Earing, Mary Flaig, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Robert Hanna, Mrs Don Houck, Mrs Wm. Householder, Mrs Darryl Householder, Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs 4 Geo. Long, Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mrs Eldin Marlow, Mrs Ethel Mo- Chesney, Mrs Hildreth Pettit, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs Leo Ramus, Mrs Ralph Reidel, Lila Schmidt, Mrs Florence Schrader, Mrs LeRoy Schrader, Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and Mrs Fred Schmidt. Miss Ruth Cross visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent Saturday evening at the Merwin Hurlburt home in honor of his birthday. Mrs Agnes Tabor of West Bend spent overnite Thursday and Friday at the Herman Kramer home. Sunday for dinner Mr and Mrs Kramer were guests of the Dewey Morris's at Humboldt. In the evening they visited with her mother Mrs Carro Tabor. Mr and Mrs Milo Bonebreak and family of Winnebego, Minn, were afternoon callers at the Art Person home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and family were visited Sunday evening by Mr and Mrs Walter Sorenson of Burt. Georgia Marlow spent the weekend at home. Alfred Kramersmier, Ledyard, called on the Alfred Schadendorf family Sunday afternoon. Ruth Schadendorf spent the weekend at home. i Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson were at Sac City Sunday where they visited their daughter and family Mr and Mrs Glenn Hughes. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Kermit and Janet spent Saturday and Sunday at Belgrade, Minn, at the Ronald Christenson home. Mr Christenson returned home with them. Donna Blanchard, student at Iowa State Teachers- College, spent the weekend here with her parents the Don Blanchards. Sunday evening the Blanchard family took Donna to Manly where she took the train to Cedar Falls. Watson Dittmer, Brookings, S. D. visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs Florence Schrader and family. Donald Salsbury from Waterloo called on Mrs .§chrader Saturday, He is a cousin of Mrs Schrader. * Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and Ethel MeChesney;spent Wednesday in Des Moines. Maude Blanchard spent Thursday with her sister Mrs Lester Johnson near Algona. Mrs William Busch spent the weekend with Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Friday evening Mrs Hurlburt visited at the Harvey Rath iiome in Algona. Mrs Richard Long and Bernard of Bancroft, Mrs Verna Lampe, Joliet, 111., Mr and Mrs James Sf, Joe Girl Honored At Bridal Shower Si. Joe — Carol Wagner was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's School Hall on Sunday afternoon with a large crowd in attendance. The bride- to-be received many useful and pretty gifts, placed on a table centered with a miniature bride dull and her attendants in the blue and white colors of the honored guest. The afternoon was spent playing cards with Mrs JeSsemine Mllcr and Mrs Harry Clark receiving prizes in bridge with Mrs Lyle Steele and Mrs Ray Herte receiving 500 prizes. Mrs John Mertz was awarded the <k>or prize. Carol Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, will be the hride of Luke McGuire, son of Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, both of St. Joseph's Parish, on Nov. 12 at 9 o'clock irt St. Joseph's church. Ing activities. Lunch was served by Judy and Karen Zeimet and their mother, Jo Ann Welter and her mother and Nancy Willfong and her mother. \ Janis Paige proves that "Satin and Silk" are two of the greatest allures to male approbration as she sings the Cole Porter song in "Silk Stockings," M-G-M filmiza- tion of the Broadway stage hit at the Algona Theatre. Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse head the cast of the lavish CinemaScope film. Long were dinner guests Sunday at the Ralph C. Thompson home. Mr and Mrs James Elsbecker and David were afternoon callers. Mrs Lampe has been staying the past month in Bancroft with Mrs Long. " For a very special someone . , . and for new Ideas on ways to give a portrait gift—come in, see how portraits can be a special greeting to your familyt a friend, or to a favorite household! For instance, framed portraits, wallet-size portraits, large color portraits for modern walls-* and many Other suggestions here will please you, Visit our Studio now, or telephone for an appoint* Went. Mok* Appointment* How - December U Too latel ISAACSON STUD 10 CY 4-2593 Adding Machines R. C. ALLEN VICTOR REMINGTON SMITH-CORONA Upper Dei Moines Pub. Co. Mr and Mrs Howard Blanchard and Sally, Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich. Mrs Rose Kraft visited Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Carl Meskimien near Algona. Mrs Alvina Schultz of Emmetsburg was also visiting there. ' Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus of Burt celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mr and Mrs Edw. Blanchard, Mr and Mrs L. A. New_r brough, Janell and David all of Lone Rock. Mrs George Thomp.- sbh,' Merwin Thompson from DeB Moines, Mr and Mrs Howard Blanchard and Sally also of PCS Moines visited with them Sun-* day. The ladies are all sisters of Mrs Angus. Wednesday evening a program committee of nine women met at the home of Mrs Herman Kramer to help plan the P.W.O. year book for the coming year. Mrs James Coady Jr. and Mrs Clinton Salz were hostess to the Idle Hour Club Thursday at the Coady home. Mrs Dale Schoeder and Mrs Elmer Krause had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and Jackie of Humboldt called Sunday evening at the Frank Dreyer home. Mr and Mrs David Weber and. sons visited in Ames Sunday with friends, Dinner guests Wednesday evening at the Russell Jensen home. were Mr and Mrs A. L. Jackman, Mrs Alice Dittsworth of Algona and Mrs Charles Lykines and son from Kalestell, Montana. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and family visited her mother Mrs Rose Rahmstock at Lakota Sunday. Mrs Rahmstock has been ill the past week. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Schenck home in Burt, Mr and Mrs Walter Hanna, Nora Springs were also guests there for dinner. Janet Krueger who recently graduated from St Lukes School of Nursing started Monday work- ng at the Mercy Hospital at Mason City. * The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary will have a pot .uck supper Nov. 6th for Legion members and their wives and Auxiliary members and their ausbands. It will be a pot luck supper at 6:30 and a Bazaar wijl follow. Any one wishing to bring guest may do so. Michael >Lee celebrated his 9th birthday Sunday afternoon with a birthday party at his home. Guests were Michael Jackson, Joseph Kissner, Larry Geitzenauer, and Joel Priebe. Stanley Nordine and Keith Bierle were unable to attend. The Sentral Band Mothers met Tuesday evening at the Lone Rock building for an organizational meeting. The next meeting will be Nov. 6th. Election of officers will be held and voting on accepting the constitution. A committee from the three schools served lunch. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson, Janet and Carolyn from Cowrie were dinner guests last Sunday at the Chas. Morris home. Mrs Maude Blanchard was a dinner guest Sunday at the home of her son and family the Don Blanchards. Mr and Mrs William Hartwig and Helen, Fort Dodge, called Sunday afternoon on the Erich Seegebarths. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding spent Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in Nebraska and attend- Miller and Mrs Harry Clark ed cattle sales at Basset and Valentine, Neb. and were overnite guests at the Lincoln-Carmeny Ranch at Bassett, Neb. . , Edward Illg, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Illg, arrived home last week from two years Army service with his discharge, most of the time spent in the South Pacific. He is a 1953 graduate of St. Joseph's high school. Mr and Mrs Norman Kayser from Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs John Thul from here were Sunday evening supper guests in the Peter Kayser home. Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph, will hold its annual Bake Sale ori Sunday, Nov. 3rd, in St. Joseph's School Hall between the 8 and 10 o'clock and following the 10 o'clock Masses. Coffee and rolls or cookies will be served between Masses. The regular meeting of the Riverdale -Rustlers Unit I 4-H club was held Saturday Oct. 19. Installation of officers took place. The following were installed: president, Judy Wagner; vice president, Carol Erpelding; secretary and treasurer, Betty Wagner; historian, Dianne Reding; reporter, Alice Reding and photographer, Nancy Willfong. New members were initiated. They are Mary Lou Wagner, Ruth Ann Kellner and Kristege Plathe. Mary Staudt gave a talk on com- Bancroft Infant Dies Shortly After Birth Bancroft — The infant son born Friday evening at St. Ann hospital to Mr and Mrs Charles IngelLs weighing 3 Ibs. passed away shortly after birth. Funeral was held Saturday from St. John's Catholic Church. Rev. J. H. Schultes officiating. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Besides the parents he left two sisters Charlett and Teresa. His grandparents, Mr and Mrs A .E. Ingalls live here. Flu Paiienl Melvin Fangman is a patient of Holy Family Hospital, Estherville .suffering from the flu. Banns Of Marriage Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday between Roger Mathri of Mason City and Patricia Govern, daughter of Mrs John Govern. ther and wife, Walter O'Hearns stopped for a brief visit with heir cousin, the Hood families. Mrs Lloyd Mooney has been in poor health for several months and the families were returning rom a vacation in California and through the south. They are now living in Minnesota. Tommy McGuire is employed at the Dietering Implement start- ng this week. Jimmy Meyers is a patient of Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, where he underwent major surgery Saturday night. Jimmy is the son of Mr and Mrs V. J. Meyers. Mr and Mrs Vernon Lensing, Ames, spent the weekend at the Welp, Lensing homes. AtGONA Aluminum PIE JUICE SAVER Fri., Sat., and Monday, Limit I pair to « customer Ju»t preu Into center of pie—It lets ileam •leap*. Preventi me»ty overflow while allowing pie to retain flavorful jiftcet. Pure aluminum, will not rv»t. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Bridal Shower A shower honoring Miss Patty Govern was held Sunday afternoon in St. John Church Hall Miss Govern will be marriec this month to Roger Mathri p1 Mason City. The wedding will take place here. Those attending the Caro Wagner shower in St. Joe Sunday afternoon from here were Mr; Henry Zimet and Marjory, Mr: Laurence Menke, Mrs Cletu Dorr, Mrs Richard Menke, Mrs Laurence Bergman. Miss Wagne will be married Nov. 12 to Luke McGuire, son of Mr and Mrs M T. McGuire, St. Joe . Plans are being made for the turkey dinner which is to be held Nov. 19tti in St. John's Church hall. Mrs Lloyd Mooney, the former Kathryn O'Hearn, and her bro Those from here attending the Forester convention and initiation at Pocahontas Sunday were Edward Rake, Kenneth Bergman, Dennis M c C1 i e s c h, Dwyane Menke, Jim Vaske, Tony Schilt/, Albert Kollasch. Others to attend the meeting, were Bert Kollasch, Ed Vaske, John Haupert, Charles Quinn. DOZEN Mark Charles Haigh of Dundee has 12 grandparents. This includes four grandparents, four great-grandparents and four great great-grandparents. REGISTER TICKETS and carbon 'for all makes of machines. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. FOR BOYS & GIRLS Sizes 1 to 4 Toddlers 3 to 6X Childrens See Them Now At Elva & Jessie's The little shop on the side street DIAMOND'S Family Jacket Headquarters Howard Rehfeldi "I Sure Like This Warm Mountie Parka" Children's Zip-off Quilt-Lined Mountie Parka. 16-oz. "really warm" quilt lining with genuine 9-oz. (exira durable) govt. mountain cloth outer. New collar gives added warmth. Red, Tan, Charcoal, Blue. 6 • 20. 11.88 Marcy June Diamond "This Is My Daddy's Special" I've got on a wonderful Split- Fur-Hood Parka with snaps to make a collar. It's oh-so-warm and comfy ... I'd just never, never get even a wee bit cold. This parka comes in 3 colors — Red, Charcoal, or Blue. Sizes for kiddies and kids 4 to 12. 7.99 Joy Meyer "I'm Wearing The Very Latest In Parkas" It's the 'heavy., extra warm Clicker Coat with zip-off split fur hood that acts also as a collar when down . . . and the neckpiece fits to keep out snow and wind. 16-oz. thick wool lining. In choice of Red or Tan, Sizes 10 up to 20. 14.95 MANY. MANY MORE STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM! DIAMOND'S INEXT TO SECURITY STATE BANK! From 20 plants, Lorenz Baumbach of near Red Oak got three bushels of sweet potatoes this year. ••••••••••••••^^^^••^^^^•^^^^•^^•^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•^^•^^•^•^•^ ^^^w^^^^^^^^^""""**— — F. S. NORTON1& SON Phone CY 4-3846 ALGONA DEAR MR, HOG FARMER: Here's the famous Norton Hog Feeder. In spite of how busy you fellows are corn-picking, we have had some real farmer interest in hog feeders lately. This hog feeder is in use on we don't know how many northern Iowa farms. It has the well, known lee patented gravity principle, and makes money for you. We build it to order - paint it the color you want - qnd deliver it to your farm. Check with us on a hog feeder. Your* for wrvise f, S, NORTON & SON

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