The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 17
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February 7, 1957 Igona tipper Beg fHoincs February 7,1957 Tidbits From Evelyn Mr* Orlan Oil told me of the delight and excitement In the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Robert Sch- warz of Chappaqua, N. Y. when a son William was added to the family of two children, one 10 and the other 8. William was FEBRUARY SPECIAL HOUSEHOLD Mt^ nuU»fcHOLD Broom Made to last REGULAR PRICE , *1.79 • Five row twine binding • Full size household broom • Made of select broomcorn • Smooth hardwood handle • Green enamel finish GET YO U R S TO DAY, Offer good white supply lasts! Kohlhaas Hardware v ALGONA OUR OWN HARDWARE born January 15 and after eigh years stretching between him anc Chochi, no wonder there was excitement. Behind the name Chochi lies a story. Briefly it is that when Mr Schwarz was held captive by the Japs, he had a loyal Phillipino friend who saved his life besides doing many things for his comfort. The little girl was borrj in Japan and out of friendship for this Phillipino friend was given the name common among the race. When the Philippine friend became a father, he also remembered his friend, and tucked in the middle of the seven names given the child was "Bert", in lonor of the good Americano friend. Mr Schwarz is-an importer and exporter of textiles. * * * Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen were recently visited by the later's brother-in-law and sister, tfr and Mrs Dom Mertz of Grand sland, Neb. They had been in Washington, D. C., attending the nauguration and were guests of he attorney general, a friend rom Nebraska. They were fortunate in being able to meet PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Friday, Feb. 8 VIKINGS Sunday, Feb. 10 DON HOY Friday, Feb. 15 FRANK BUHR Sunday, Feb. 17 CLEM BRAU Friday, Feb. 22 ANN'S Accordion Band No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 president, fte and Mamie, and vice president Mr and Mrs Nixon Mrs.. Mertz is the former Drusilla Caughlin. Mr and Mrs Dwaift* Light** re cently returned from a two week Visit with friends at Oklahoma City, Okla. While there they were houseguests of Mr and Mrs Lyle Overman, former residents here who now have the Major Motel there. The Lighters had a wonderful time seeing the friends they made while living "there a few years ago. Emmajean attended a Soroptimist luncheon and it Was there she joined the organization when a resident of Oklahoma City. * * * Blackie, Dr. P. V. Janse's dog is happy again. Doc is home, "home" at present being with his daughter, Mrs Beth Miller. But at least he's where Blackie can bask in his companionship, and HOME to Blackie is where Doc is. * • * Joe Cogley hit the jack-pot for sure the other night when he at- ended a C. D. of A. card party. 'Jot only did he win the auction bridge prize, he won the door prize as well. Other prize winners were Mrs< James Kelley at Canasta, Mrs Lawrence Winkel at Bridge, and Mrs Walter Courtney at 500. * * • I dislike making mistakes and when I do make them I am always anxious to set them right. Over the phone some letters are FRI., FEB. 8ih KENNY HOFER SAT., FEB. 9th BOB WHITE & ORCH. WED.. FEB. 13th Danish Masko Ball Costumes - Prizes ANDY DOLL & Ridge Riders FRI., FEB. 15th LEO GRECO Coming SAT., FEB. 16th Capitol Recording Artists THE FOUR FRESHMEN Vocally & Inslrumentally DON SHAW & ORCH. Adm. 1.60 plus tax, tot. 1.80 R U S K D R U G A N D J E W EL R YJ easily mixed. Such was the case when Lucy Hoffman reported the birth of a daughter to her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Al DeCrane at Alexandria, Va. I thought she said LEETHA — Instead the child's name is LISA. * * • Jean Malueg attends church with her parents, Mr and Mrs Irwin Malueg and the pastor) has been giving a series of sermons on "I Am—" Recently he used the twenty-third psalm as a theme. On that afternoon, Jean went to the refrigerator and poured herself a drink from the jug of water kept cold there. Hef mother discovered she had spill* ed some on the kitchen table and asked her what had happened. Jean replied "My cup runneth over." * * * You remember that old jingle don't you about "Tiddle diddle dumpling, my son John, went to bed with his night shirt on, One shoe off, one shoe on, tiddle diddle dumpling, my son John". My grandmother Cady taught it to me. Well, Mrs Mary Sorenson was a little like "my son John". for she had an infected toe and 'or over a week went around with "one shoe off and one shoe on." I am happy to be able to report she now has BOTH shoes ON. * * » I ran on to "Grace Esther" by accident via phone at the Pres-] byterian church the other day. She has added another job to her list. I don't see how she accomplishes sr> much. I told her I liked her discourse on "Hair." 1 hope she goes ahead with the hair styles she had in mind. If she needs any help, I'll give hen descriptions of the "beehive" Which I doubt if she ever saw, much less wore. And wire "rats." Now here WAS a gadget. * * * The .lure of the southland has charmed two more couples who will be sitting under waving palms and sniffing the flower- scented air. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey left Saturday afternoon for St. Petersburg, Fla., for a month's vacation. They stopped at Winterset for . an over night visit with Mary's sister, Mrs William Comp. The other couple is Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom who couldn't wait and left bright and early Saturday morning. They will also be in St. Petersburg and Sarasota. * * * Mr and Mrs Ernest Thlel have also succumbed to the call of thef south but they are going southwest to San Antonio, Tex., and will visit Mrs Theil's niece, Arlene WaYmbier. From there they will go to Tucson, Ariz., for a visit with friends, thence to California to be with her son-in-law) and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Rasmussen. They left Monday and plan to be gone four or five weeks. • * * Prances Eason who teaches at Third Ward school came Sunday afternoon to show me the dolls she has made for study purposes. Some are copies of story book characters and some are dressed in native costumes of .foreign countries. The dressing of the dolls must have consumed end-i less hours—the minutest detail has been faithfully followed, and many of the dolls were made entirely by Mrs Eason. The painted faces are a work of art. All in all it is a wonderful coN lection and represents unu'sua* ingenuity and resourcefulness. Topping the doll collection is a bride, Beverly Winkleman in miniature replica. You will 4 recall Beverly married Richard Mawdsley not long ago. The doll has hair "the same color, and styled exactly, a tiny muff with the bridal shower of roses, thti pearl necklace and earrings — well, as I said it is an exact duplicate of the bridal gown and veil. As I have said so often, I love dolls and this sure was a treat for me. I doubt if I'll ever go into it as deeply as Mrs Eason did. I told her she should exhibit the dolls at the Kossuth County fair next fall, Her "light" shouldn't be "hidden under a bushel." 65th Anniversary St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer lR4J:S K D RU G -AND JfWE Sunday afternoon callers at the hpme of Mr and Mrs George Kunkel were the former's sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs Tony Ptacek and daughter Sharon. Mr and Mrs Bill Hauptly of Wesley dined with the latter's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Jack Kutschara Sunday evening. On the afternoon of Jan. 27, Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens visited at the home of the latter's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer. They were' also at the Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner and the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs W. L. Heerdt. are going to Manchester Sunday, Feb. 10, to attend, a family celebration of the sixty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs N. H. Bolin, parents of Mrs Heerdt. Mr and Mrs Bohn, 90 and 86 respectively, were married at Wapello, 111., and about fifty -years ago came to Kossuth County where they farmed near Fenton and Swea City. They also lived near Algona for a time but after retirement 12 years ago have lived at Manchester six months of the year and six. months in Algona. Other children are Ruth, Mrs Dale Blair of Swea City, Audrey, Mrs Heerdt, Leota, Mrs Albert Hanson and Kenneth, of Manchester, ihere are also eleven grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. home of Dorothy Arndorfer, at sister-in-law. The 10 Ib. girl born Jan. 18 to Mr and Mrs Don McCarthy of St. Benedict Was christened Dense Maria Jam 27 by Father C.. Ernst at the St. Benedict Catholic church .and the sponsors •were Mr and Mrs Tony Brown, At the Jan. 23rd card party Mary Gink received high prize at Regina Dorr's. 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