Celebrate Five Birthdays At LuVerne Party a«d Mrs LeRoj i hosls Sunday ai a birthday dinner in their horn, for his family. Guests were Mr and Mrs Har- Ch "steftsen, Estherville, Mr- Mt ™* Mrs fi aftd children. Birthdays celebrated were for his « & ^^ Hahse taan, Mar. 1« j Christensen, sister, Mar 19; daughter, Audrey, March 26; nephew, George Hanselman, Apr. 2; niece, Jane Hanselman, April 3. ' Card Club Hosts Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard entertained at a card party in their home Saturday evening Guests were friends who had a card club past two years in win»* r m ? nt ^ s o The y are M r and Mrs Lloyd Swanson, Mr and Mrs Louis Braw, ftenwick; Mr end Mrs Allyn Brink, Mr and Mrs Charles Henselman, Jr., aftd Mr and Mrs Duane Neal. Three tables of five hundred were played with high, Duane Neal and Mrs Hanselman, low, Lloyd Swanson and Mrs Bram, Charles Hanselman, travel prize. Patents Of Daughlet Sgt/lC Lyle and Mrs Penton are the parents of a seven pound, four and one-half ounce baby daughter Virginia Kay born Tuesday, March 12, in St. Ann hospital, Algoha. They have two daughters Roxanne and Cassandra and a son Patrick. Lyle Is stationed in Hawaii. Mrs Penton is the former Donna Meyer, daughter of Mrs Laura Meyer. Mrs Penton and baby came home from the hospital Sunday. Guesls Over Weekend Weekend guests in the Robert Hardcopf, Sr. home were their son, Mr and Mrs Robert Hard* copf Jr., Jan and Robbie of Kansas City, Mo.: and their daughter, Mr and Mrs David Harper, children, David and Jean Marie of Storm Lake. Mrs Robert Hardcopf. Jr., also visited her mother, Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer at St. Benedict. 500 Club The last party of the year of the 500 club was held Friday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Harley Rusher. At play, high, Henry Hefty, Mrs Clem Stripling, low, Dale Zentner and Mrs Henry Hefty. Travel prize, Mrs Wayne Warmbier. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Baptismal £>itht»t Jean MaHe, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs David Harper of Storm Lake was baptized in the morning service Sunday in the Methodist Church with Rev Worthie Usher officiating. A dinner was held in the home of the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr. The dinner also honored the birthday of Mrs Harper. Mrs John Zimmerman has been a medical patient in the Luth- eraft hospital, Fort Dodge the past two weeks. Mrs Charles Heinkel returned to her home Wednesday from the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital where she was a patient, and underwent minor surgery while there. Mr and Mrs Walter Engcl visited in Eagle Grove Sunday in the ^ w ™^^^ You Were Swell, Folks - to give us such vary wonderful attendances at our twin "Open House" eventt last Friday and Saturday - Friday at Wesley end Saturday at Algona. We say this because we were somewhat "downhearted" when that first storm hit on the eve of our Thursday "Open House" in Wesley . . . and you fine folks really pleasantly surprised us with such a fine attendance. Then on Saturday in Algona, . . . well, it was really and truly 'swell' I Ail of us at Robinson Produce in both Wesley and Algono ere very appreciative of your attendance, end we hope that the very many who received free prizes were as pleased with them as we were in giving them. It all makes us feel 'just plain good' to have you fine friends. And remember, Service is our middle name at Robinson Produce ... so be sure to call on us at any time for the best in Feeds, Poultry service and medicines, our Free Livestock Weighing Service on the farm, Grindjng and Mixing on the farm. After your wonderful reception of our "Open Houses" we are all pepped up to show you our best! Call Again and Call Often ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley, Iowa Algona, Iowa ?&ZZ&3ZZ2i home of their daughter, Mr aftd Mrs Loren Appenzeller and soft Mark. Mr and Mrs Emriiett Knaty have taken her brother Fred Orlowski to his home at Austin, Minn. Mr Orlowski had spem part of the winter here. They also visited her sister, Mr and Mrs Ernest. Hughes ift Austin. Mr and Mrs Lewis Peterson of Mason City visited Saturday with her mother, Mrs Dora Ramus and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti had as weekend guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and daughters of Cedar Falls. Mr Helm is enrolled at Iowa State Teachers College. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch of Algona were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs Elmer Merkle, sons, Kevin and Curtis of St. Paul, Minn, were Sunday and Monday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle and family. The men are brothers. Dinner guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs Walter L. Hefti of Britt, Henry Marty and Marie Kay. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll returned Friday from a three weeks visit in Houston, Texas with their daughter and family Mr and Mrs Thomas McNeilly. Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman, Sr., accompanied by their daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnson and children gf Algona visited Friday to Monday in Geneseo, 111., with their daughter and sfster, Mr and Mrs George Furstenau and daughters. Mrs Robert Meyer and children of Rochester, Minn, have arrived to visit in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs Lyle Penton and children. Mr and Mrs Edwin Hefti 'and Jim had as weekend guests their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Richard Taylor and daughter Shelly of Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard, daughters, Annette and Mrs Dale Braynard were guests ,Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Don Dinsdale home in Webster City. Mrs Dinsdale is a sister of Glen Bray nard. Mrs Dale Braynard, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her father, Van Hansen and Dale's parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard and Annette. Dale who recently entered army services, is now stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. Weekend visitors In the home of Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon and sons was their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ben Seip- ker, Jt., of Des Moines. Sunday- evening dinner guests in the Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr., home were his cousins, Mr and Mrs Rheinhold Platt of Storm Lake. They also called in the Alvin Hardcopf and William Hardcopf homes. You give a crippled child a chance when you give to Easter Seals. St. Joe Pupils To Present School Play This Week St. Joe — "George Gets Going" will he presented by St. Joseph's High School students on Friday, March 22, at 8 p.m. and on Sunday, March 24, at 8 o'clock. The cast of characters are: George Gordon, a young detective, Jerome Wcyderl; Rodney Homo, his pal, Donald Wagnor; Grover Going, a young society man. John Reding; Austin Ashe, a young man about (own. Gerald Reding; Hargis, a butler, Thornss Reding; Jane Dnnforlh a rich orphan, Jo Ann Borrnann. Frances Jefferson, Alice lllg. Beatrice Lawrence, Lois Wili- fonfi; Barbara Burton. Theresa Berte, her young girl friends: Sophie Danforth, Beatrice Bormann; Georgia Gordon. George's Aunt Donna Thul; and Rose, a young maid, Phyllis Thilges. When a diamond bracelet, a string of pearls and two watches are stolen at a party, Georgt Gordon, a hopeful, young detective, starts sleuthing. Through many clever tricks and a disguise as a eccentric old lady George gets going. Mrs Edwin Thilges and Anton Becker returned home on Saturday evening from Iowa City where they had been with Mrs Thilges' mother, Mrs Lizzie Bormann and Mrs Becker's sister-in- law. Mrs Bormann is a surgical patient at the Iowa City hospital. Mr and Mrs Maurice Bormann of Madison, Wis., son and daughter-in-law of Mrs Bormann, were spending the weekend with her. Stephen Kayser, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Kayser, spent the weekend here with home folks. Stephen attends school in Council Bluffs. hired to succeed Rev. Everett Beal. This week on Thursday the meeting will be at the Dettmer Thompson home, with Mis* Lucille Montgomery as leader. Mr and Mrs Gien Curtis attended a family party Sunday p.m. and evening at the Harold Bohl home in Buffalo Centef Mrs Bohl is a sister of Mrs Curtis. Mr and Mrs Martin Dahl left Sunday lor Oklahoma wrier* they will visit an aunt. Mrs Frank Smouse was called to Algona Sunday evening to the bedside of her mother, Mrs Fred Peterson who passed away Monday morning about six o'clock, after a long illness from cancer of the throat. Sharp's Jewelry is proud to present Over a period of many years, presidents, king, diplomats and other famous people throughout the world have commissioned Lenox to" create their fine china services. We are privileged at Shgrp's Jewelry to have on display this outstanding exhibit of some of these celebrated services, and you are cordial ly invited to see them at our store. Included in this exhibit are famous pieces from: THE WHITE HOUSE President Weodvow Wilson THE WHITE HOUSE Presidem Franklin 1). STATE GOVERNORS' MANSIONS PRESIDENT OK VENEZUELA SPANISH EMBASSY U. S. EMBASSY SERVICE KING Of SAUDI ABABIA? PRE8IPENTOF CUBA and ma The same exquisite translucent china, as shown in thf Lenox exhibit, and made by me same master craftsmen, is a hallmark 0f every Lenox pattern, for there is only one quality of china mpde by l»n- ox, the finest. The rich, glowing colors are made to last for generations, the gold designs are of precious 24-k. gold. Three Swea Pastors Move In Same Week Swea City — Three pastors of Swea City churches are moving this week. Rev. and Mrs Everett Deal of the Baptist church are moving to Carters ville,- 111. to begin his pastorate at the Baptist church there. New ministers for Immanuel Lutheran and the Gospel Tabernacle are moving here and will preach their first sermons Sunday. Rev. LeRoy Pilman of the Lutheran church got as far as Sioux City, Sunday, but was held up by the storm Monday. He i,* rnoving by Van from "Helens^ Oft* Rev. Arnold Rutledse, who has been hired to succeed the Rev. David Frank as pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle, is moving from St. Joe, Mo. Rev. Rutledgc is married and they have an 8 year old son. Both Rev. and Mrs Rutledge are graduates of the Open Bible College in Des Moines. House guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs H. Hammer from Wednesday until Monday morning were Jerry Grange! and Margie Moehr .students of Iowa State Teachers College. Cedar Falls. They accompanied the Hammer's son Donald, also an ISTC student, home to spend the between quarters vacation. Baptist Guild circles will meet this week Friday as follows: Group I, Mrs Walter Mino as hostess; Group II, with Mrs Ray- iTiond Johnson and Group III at th,e home of Mrs John Erickspn. Dr. Paul Smith, executive secretary of the Iowa Baptist Convention, will speak at the Baptist church Sunday morning There will be no evening service oh that date. Cottage prayer meetings will be conducted at the various homes, until such o time as another pastor has been ScuMte "Rated la western wear you eaa •Iways count on top quality when outfit* tin* you and your* in BIG SMITH'S action-tailored BUCK* ABOO line. Folks just naturally demand comfort and good loolu when U come* to clotite*. That's why more of 'em are asking for BUCKAROO when they're buying western jeans, ihirt* and jacket*. SANFORIZED BIO SMITH DIPT. Downstairs at.. Algona Student Wins Honor Shirley Johnson of Algona placed second in public speaking at the first state conference for Distributive Education Clubs ol Iowa held at Des Moines Sunday and Monday, Mar. 10-11. Five other Algona "students and instructor Clair Rowe attended the meeting. Contests were held in sales judging, window display, job interview and public speaking. Other activities included a banquet, dance and a tour of sev- Thundoy, March 21, t9S? Atgone (la.) Upptf Dsi Maffttft-? eral large Des Moines businesses. A tour of the capital building was included. Easter Drama At Hi School, Mar. 24 "The Seamless Robe" an Easter drama in four scenes, will be presented in Algona high school's EUditorium at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, March 24. The general public is invited. Included in the cast are Allan Selicknow, Judy Adams, Patty Cowan, Ginger Kickbush, Lindfi Clark, Marilyn Peglow, Larry Hutzell, Wayne Williams, Nick. Clark and Robbie Hulchins. Miss Sorenson will direct the choral speaking group, Harley Waller is director of the play and Julie Sires is student director. The story involves the mystery of the seamless robe worn by Christ. »JDM Classifieds Pa? Dividend* THEFTS Saff -crackers lind ft htfsy time in northern Iowa recently, netting over $3,000 in jobs at Wesley, Britt, Joice and Clear Lnke. Use Easter Seals. Help crtp- pled children. Friday, March 22nd ANDY DOLL and His Ridge Riders Saturday, Match 23rd KEITH KILL1NGER and Orchestra Wednesday, March 27th TEENS DANCE Country Clubbers Dancing 8 to 11 Your Record Selections l /t Hr. L. S. BOHANNON "Last winter the weight of snow and icicles tore down ihe rain gutter on our home. It swung against our picture window, and broke it too. The repairs cost $465. Would this loss have been paid by the Dwelling and Contents—broad form —policy we now have from your agency?" For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. Children's Matinee SATURDAY Roy Rogers in "BELLS OF ROSA RITA" - PIUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS Ends Thursday: "TOP SECRET AFFAIR" ALGONA^ m M MM VHP W • vl m m 4ffj£mfi FRIDAY and SATURDAY I In a gunslinger's town like Mesa, a man could afford a woman only if he could afford to die) Robert I. Jacks present) ANTHONV QUfNN KATY JURADO PLUS THIS CO-HIT "BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT trtimma* DANA ANDREWS JOAN FONTAINE SIDNEY BLACKMER • PHILIP 60URNEUf "The thrill story of a man who gambles with his lifo .... Because of the terrific suspense please don't tell anyone how this picture ends. Sunday -- Monday — Big 3-Unit Program - Coming Tuesday <~ Wtdne'day - 2 Days Only!
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