The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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AROUND ALGONA' ' Floyd Shaclrelford i* to arrive today, (Thtirstfay) to take his mother, Mrs W. S. Shackelford to his home in Davenoort for a visit. In January She win go to Hollvwowd to visit her daughter, Gayle and husband, fdf and Mrs Leg Browning. Don Cook and David Bhum- way spent the weekend here With their respective parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Cook and Mr and Mrs Gaylord Shumway. They are students at the State University of Iowa. the Bible Class Of ihe Congregational, church is meeting this afternoon, (Thursday) at the hoaie of Mrs Charles Lafcarre. Mrs Ella Hutching and Mrs Mollie Copp are hostesses. A dessert luttcheon will be served and Mrs Hsasel Lusfoy will present the program. Mrs Ethel Morgan will give devotions. Ladies of the First Baptist chttrch are meeting thte after-" noon (Thursday) at the church. Mrs Watnen Bowman and Mr*> Wafrren Aridreason are hostesses. Th» tttft'i Crafc 8f fh« Pm> bytetian etmrch will have their annual Father-Son banquet Twe*day evening, Nov. 12. Guest Speaker will be the Rev. Charles E. Tyler, a negro pastor from Omaha. Karl E. Kiilsholm heads S ie committee in charge and A. . Crawford aftd Richard Burt are committee members. W. F. Col-well is in charge of ticket sales. Tern 2«nd«, whft attends St. Thomas College at St. Paul, spent from Thursday until 'Sunday here with his parents, Mr and Mrs E J. Zender. Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shiork have been recently visited by their daughter, Mrs Richard M«<t*» and h«r friend Kathy Ehrfef. Mr* Mathes is the former Rtfth Shierk, Prpsbyiarian* wit) have a serif* of family pot-luck dinners 6fi Nov. 11, 13, and 14. At these times the budget for the 1§58 year will be considered and financial pledges made. There will 'be special programs for the pledging young people of <he Church under the direction «f Charles Hardgrove. First banns of marriage w*f» published Sunday at St. OeceWft'i church for kottald Doerniftg, Algona and Patricia Vaske, Bats* croft, Dr. and Mft M. ©. Boufrt* went to Des Moines Saturday to at- tfnd Drake University' horr^- coming and visit the daughter. .Iiilin who is a student thoro. T>TV were accompanied by Bill '•inn Barbara. The latter was hnine from Carleton College, Northfield, Minn, because the scho.-il was closed by the flu epidemic. Mr and Mrs Ken Peirce had as their overnight guests Monday, the Jntter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs George Gutt'rmuth of Omaha, Neb. Dr. R. j. Thlssen spent Saturday and Sunday in Cedar Rapids where he visited his brother, Jack Thissen wfto is associated with Coe College. Mrs fcavifiottd ffetfcrtl r*nfi*ins n patient at Park Hospital at Mason City. It was thought last week that she could be brought to Algona to enter the hospital here but it was found inadvisable to move her. Mr Norton and the son, Dick have been staying at the hospital each night and returning to Algona in the morning. Mr and Mrs Hanf Ward have returned from a five weeks trip to the west coast. They visited their son, Curtis in San Francisco and the son, Don in Colorado. thwrwloy, No*. 1, 1$$> Algeno (»o.) tiftwr &#» Kfitfftti I E. W. £g«n, Sioux CUy, district manager of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., was guest speaker at the Rotary meeting Monday at the Algona Hotel. Following the meeting he visited fellow Grinnell College alumni, Gene Murtagh, Bill Steele and Dick Phillips. The Rev. James Boyd, Congregational minister is a new member of Rotary. The Business and Professional Women will meet Tuesday evening for a 6:30 dinner at Van's Cafe. Miss Helen Comfort, membership chairman, is in charge of the initiation of new members. Mrs James Alltft is Mi charie of the prograrn. Mf* Marltft 8Ws- bee will be ftfefct Sptike* »fl the subject, "I Was a Columnist For the' UDM". Dr. and M*» P. 0. will leave November 14 for a South Paaific crttis*. They Will be accompanied by MfS DOr- weiler's sist<«P, Mrs Rachel Brown of Des Moines. They will sail November 17 on the Mariposa from San Francisco. They expect to spend a month in New Zealand with the women's uncle who celebrated his 100th birthday last spring. They plan to be away three months. "Wa know you'll be ovar Ford's major styling changes" "And you'll see the most efficient engines in Ford's entire history" Cordially Invites You To See and Thrill To The 4 GREAT LINES 20 EXCITING MODELS FRED KENT, Jr. FRED KENT, Sr. NOTHING NEWER IN THE WORLD! . . . . and Just One Year After the Completely - All -New - Ford '57's Completely, Thrillingly - New 1958's! '58 Ford Features • BRAND-NEW ENGINES . . . completely redesigned from carburetor to oil pan . . the most efficient ever put into Ford cars ... in Ford for '58! BRAND-NEW BONNET! . shown and emphasised in dramatically the jet intaka grille, safety-twin dual headlamps, massive wrap-around one-piece bumper in center picture all sh,own in Ford for '581 • BRAND-NEW STYLING . . . featuring exclusive 'sculptured-in-metal' by which ultra- graceful styling lines are molded into the body itetl! ... in Ford for '581 f B.RANP-NEW BRAWN! . . . husky contoured frame bowed-out to give wall-lo- wall psjptfoiion, entire body welded, braced - and P9nd«d to give one incredibly lough uni) . . • in ford for '58! f N.EW REDESIGNED FRONT FENDERS... incorporating Ford s now sheet metal treatment. t SWANK »EW ROOF . . . with i«v»n front-io-rour flutes or grooves ... a Ford innovation '58 Ford Features • SOFTER-ACTING SPRING SUSPENSION . . . bumps lose iheir bounce. Also revolutionary new, optional Ford-Aire Suspension . . . like riding on a cloud. • IMPROVED SAFETY PACKAGING , deep center steering wheel, shatter-propf rear view mirror, safety door locks, optional safety belts and padded instrument panel, • NEW REAR LOOK . . . distinctive with a "V" sculptured trunk flaring injp twin safety oval tail-lights. • NEW CRUISE-O-MATIC ..,!»» matic transmission combining instantaneous "solid" response with nearly imperceptible up-shifting. . , . • NEW, SHARP TWO-TONES yet radiant . . . more metallic for . . . rainbow hues, • FOUR SERIES, TWENTY MODIkS , , , including the world's only Hide-Away Haid- lop. ^^^MHP^^^^ wB^ ^^^^f

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