The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 38
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6-A!g6na (la.) Upper Be* Meififij Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 300 Enjoyed Junsor Play At LuVerne Last Friday LuVerne —Approximately 300 attended the Junior class play last Friday night. From all reports the people were very well pleased with the acting and the clarity of speech. All of the Juniors are to be commended for their distinct diction during tho play. The cast included Annette Braynard, Sharon Quinn, Kay Ricnardson. Robert Kunkel, Joe Dorweiler, Shari Miller. Bonnie Fett, Ronnie Stone, and Carol Kinne and Janice Heine. Mr McLaughlin directed the play. Music for the evening included the girls sextette composed of Marilyn Zentner, Carol Kinne, Linda Sorenson, Myrna Northrop. Janice Heine, and Vera Hanselman. Vocal Duet by Shari Miller and Marilyn Zentner and also by Donnie Baker and Joe Henderson. Trumpet duel by Butch Tobey and Ronnie Stone. Passes In West Mrs Emmett Knary received news of the death of her sister. Mrs Jess Henderson, 75. at Seattle. Wash., on Saturday, Oct. 29. Mrs Henderson was the former Mary Orlowski, daughter of the late'Mr and Mrs Julius Orlowski. Surviving are three married daughters, 2 sisters. Mrs Knary, here, and Mrs Ernest Hughes, Austin, Minn. Two brothers, Fred Orlowski, Carlton, Minn., and Otto Orlowski, Silvis. 111. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch NBC Group Met The NBC met Nov. 1, in the home of Mrs Robert Skelley with Mrs William Schipuil, zis co- hostess. One birthday of Mrs James Doak was observed and sne received a gift. The next meeting to be Dec. C, in the home of Mrs Albert Genrich, with Mrs John Voss, Sr., Algona, co-hostess. Birthday Club Hostess Mrs Paul Phillips was hostess to the Birthday Club with a seven o'clock dinner Friday even- Ing, Nov. 4. At the play oi bridge, high, Mrs Duane Neal and low, Mrs John Ramus. There were no birthdays to observe. To Buy Church Cross The Ladies Aid of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church met in the church rooms Thursday afternoon, Nov. 3. The meeting was opened by reading of scripture by Rev. Louis Wittenburg. The business was in charge of the president, Mrs Thees Schna- ketnberg. Election of new officers followed: Mrs Schnakenberg re-elected president; Mrs Eugene Casey, vice president; Mrs Charls Hinz, re-elected secretary and treasurer, Mrs Robert G. H. Blumer. Mrs Henry Pergande was elected secretary treasurer of the Lutheran Women Missionary League. Plans were made for a bazaar to be held Saturday, Dec. 3. The society voted to purchase an 8 by •1 foot electric neon cross to be placed on the tower of the church. Mrs Carl Groh was hostess serving refreshments. Mr and Mrs I.oyd Larson h;id as guests Sunday their son-in- law iind daughter. Mr and Mrs Edwin Edge of Huinboldl and lib brothel, Mr and Mrs Lyle Larson and baby of Hardy. Annette Braynard. LeRoy Weber and Jim Zwiefel were in Des Moines Friday through Sunday to attend a conference on Christian Vocation of the Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Dale Ulfers and son Dennis of Des Moines visited Friday and Saturday in the home, of their friends, Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus and Sheri. Mr and Mrs Otto Rarnus, Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus and Sheri were guests Sunday in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Charles Sorensen and family at Corwith. The occasion was a farewell for their grandson and nephew, Larry Thorn who has been home on furlough. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt visited Sunday in Manchester in the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Cameron Christensen and family. Mrs Anna Hanselman had as guests Wednesday evening her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harley Christensen, Estherville. and their grandson, Michael Swan, of Iowa City. Mrs Bernard Devine, Mrs Edward Cink and daughter of Woden were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt home. Mr and Mrs Luverne Jeffers spent the past weekend in Columbus, Neb., visiting in the home of her sister. Harry Lichty spent the past week in Fort Dodge as he was recalled for U.S. District Court jury service. Mr and Mrs George Studer accompanied by his parents, Mr and Mrs Julius Studer of Corvviti and his brother Amandus Nathan Studer left Friday f6r DeSmit, S. D., to visit children of Amandus Studer. Mr Studer who lives in Dallas, Oregon had not seen his brother in 43 years. Rollo Moore left Saturday evening for Fort Leonard Wooclj Mo. Mis two years will be up in January. Mr diaries Phelps' nephew and wife, Mr anci Mrs Ross ('helps' of Orilla, Ontario, Can., paid them a visit Sunday. Mrs Bernard Phelps' sister, Mr and Mrs Lester Hacker and Linda of Fort Dodge ;ind Mr and Mrs. Paul Krueger were also Sunday afternoon callers. Pvt. Stanley L. Ruse, like Pvt. Raymond Fran/en, is in "Exercise Sagebrush", at Fort Polk, La. It is the largest joint maneuver since World War II. Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family were supper guests Sun- da.v evening at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Moore returned Sunday afternoon from a week's Colorado, at the home and Mrs Willis Phelps. Mr and Mrs Herbert Barry and Randy visited Mrs Hedwig Larsen and Mrs Gertie Thompson in Burl Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family were also callers. Sunday dinner guests at Victor Fitch home were Mi- Mrs Harold Fitch and family and Mrs P. W. Hanson and and Mrs Andrew Miller family of Fairfax, Iowa. Mi Mrs Timer Harms and family of Titonka were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque were weekend guests at C. L Young home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family were guests at an oyster supper Monday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen. Case Dismissed dismissal of a divorce i t.rict court. The petition was fil- adion again.-* her husband, Mel-1 ed July 9, 1955. The dismissal Florence Faber. plaintiff, asked vin Faber, Burl, Oct. 7, in dis- was granted. Mr and Mrs TTaroUl An.mi* ami Mrs Gerald Angus anrl fam were guests for dinner Sunday at the Lawrence Diltmcr home. Mr ily and Bob Angus were afternoon callers. S THE BIG ii visit in of Rev. Nelson, the and . Mi- Mr and and (jraham s TODAY! Social Security Help George Replogle, field representative of the Social Security Administration, will be in Algona, Thursday. November 17, on his regular monthly visit. He will be at the post office in the basement from 9:30 to 4:00 in the afternoon. The Algona Upper Des Moine.- has the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publicatior SMORGASBORD INCLUDING — HAM — CHICKEN — MEATBALLS Wednesday, Nov. 16 Serving begins at 5 p.m. Fenton Methodist Church Adults $1.25 Children 5 to 12 - 75c W.S.C.S. Circles Meet Circles of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday. Circle 1 at the Mrs Lloyd Larson home, Mrs Elmer Kubly, co- hostess. Mrs Jess Jergensen led the devotions and the lesson was given by Mrs Irvin Jergensen. Plans were drawn for bake sale and lunch Tuesday, Nov. 22. Circle 2, at the Mrs Elmer Hunt home, Mrs J. L. McClamrock, co- hostess. Mrs Jessie Sanford led the devotions and the lesson was given by Mrs Alvin Weber, Mrs Jessie Sanford, circle chairman, had charge of the business meeting. Circle 3, at the Mrs Edward Dehnert home, Mrs Nels Jensen, co-hostess. Mrs Norrna E. Me- Claran, circle chairman, opened the meeting. Mrs Raymond Nelson had the lesson. Final plant wen- made for the bazaar, bake sale and hot lunch the circle sponsored. Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene and Mrs Clara Baum- Bartner were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Minnie Dickie in Mason City. Mrs Dickie and Mrs Baumgartner are sisters. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch and Sheryl visited in the home of her aunt, Mr and Mrs L. J. Elberts jn Piicahontas bunday. Sonja Goetsch who visited in the Elberts home since Thursday accompanied her parents home. YOU'RE INVITED! ANNUAL ALGONA FIREMAN'S (No Solicitation) V.F.W. Hall Algona Saturday. Nov. 12 Rhythm Club Admission $1 Each Your Fire Dept. Will Appreciate Your Ticket Purchase And Attendance Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! To The Big Show For The Small Fry! Santa bows in with a collos- sal collection of Toys for girls and boys of all ages . . . stages an exciting preview of The Merriest Christmas Ever, at GRAHAM'S! DREDS of TOYS - 10* to '10 The Crusade Trio, Winona Lake, Indiana Rev. Walter A. Lepp, Evangelist Charles Bergerson, Organist, Pianist Lorenzo Durham, Song Leader. Soloist LIVING WATER IT'S FREE AND IT'S YOURS Peace with God ... A Place in Heaven . . . Everlasting Life. You'll enjoy hearing all about these subjects and you will be glad you came to hear men who can answer your questions with the Bible in your Language. Also they will be bringing: Instrumental numbers, Vocal Solos, Duets, Trios. The public is invited to hear, see. and enjoy the "Crusade Trio" in their presentation of the Gospel. First Baptist Church Algona/ Iowa November 15-27 8 p.m. Everyone Welcome Nightly Except Monday Our Entire Downstairs ^^ Transformed Into "TOYLAND" Choose TOYS Now On GRAHAM'S LAY AWAY PLAN AND OH! WHAT DARLINGS! 1 98 to What a selection of DOLLS in Graham's Toyland! Tiny dolls, middle-size dolls, great big mama dolls! Dolls w.ith complete wardrobes! Dolls with Trunks! Wetting and crying dolls! It's the biggest and sweetest doll collection Graham's has ever had for a Christmas season! Come in and make your selections now — don't wait until they've been "picked over." You'll find "doll city" at Us peak at Graham's Toyland NOW! Buy DOLLS Now On LAY-AWAY * Educational Toys * Wheel Toys * Kiddies Furniture * Games & Books * Hobby-Craft Toys * Farm Toys * Stuffed Toys * Assorted Toys * Puzzles *Baby Cribs * Everything! Choose TOYS Now On GRAHAM'S LAY AW AY PLAN Toy Headquarters of Algona

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