The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 16
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t~A1§6fia (la.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, Nov. 17, 1955 WAfBuri Has Mortgage Burning Party Bur!—Somo 60 poople im-lud- .njj members of the Burt V.FAV. past anci wives. Auxiliary members and husbands ;md guest.- enjoyed a social evening ;it the Hsll Saturday. Nov. 12. The program follows: Piano srloctions oy Charles Lappe. Accordion •••nisic by Duane HabotUT and a Pantomime "Seventeen" given by Judy Hinckley and Judy Woltz. Rev. David Frank of Swea City- pave the address. Following the meeting the Post burned its mortgage and lunch \vas served. Arr,.-»-!jT those from Algeria attending were Mr and Mrs Leo Immerfall, Mrs Martin Becker, Mr? Paul Miller and Mrs Gertrude Faulstich. Five Hundred was enjoyed the latter part ol the evening with prizes going to Mr and Mrs Berg for high score and to Earl Bates and Mary Beth Hamilton for low si-ore. Members of the Senior and Junior Classes attended Career Day at Titonka Monday. Mr Castor and Ihnnen drove . Fidelis Class party will be with Rowena Ryerson Thursday afternoon with Ada McFarland assisting. Lulu Hawcott has the games. Sunday visitors at the M. L. Dutton home were Mr and M'-R Raymond Nelson, Linda, Donald and Beverly of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Glenn Teeter and Liwyneth. Mrs Lawrence Doege received an electric clock as door prize at the drawing Saturday afternoon held at the Nelson T.V. opening located in the Burt Hotel building. Some 200 registered and were served coffee and cookies. Charles Scott's name was drawn for the spot-lite. Hiram Ackerman who has been a patient at St. Ann in Algona has been taken to Iowa City for further observation and. treatment. Mr and Mrs John Hennings of Mishawaka, 111. spent the weekend with the Harold Stewards and went to Ringsted for a few days with the John Scotts. Mrs Nelle Peters has been a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona for the past 16 days following a fall at her home, but she was brought to the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Oliver Graham on Saturday. •Mr and Mrs Hugh Youiig of Osage were at the Grahams Sunday to see Mrs Peters. Mr and Mrs Gordon Graham and children of Clear Lake spent the weekend at the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Graham and with Mrs Peters. Members of the Jolly Ten went to thr home of Mrs Bertha Stow ! Thursday afternoon in honor of her birthday which was Nov. 8. Time was spent visiting, lunch was served and Mrs Stow received i>il Is and cards. Wednesday afternoon Mrs C. L Phelps with Mrs B. L. Phelps and Mrs Cora Stow went to Mrs Bertha Slew's in honor of the hitter's birthday. The guest, brought lunch and gifts also. Methodist Church Circles me) Wednesday as follows: -Faith — with Ada MrFarUmd, devotion* Alice Cole and program by Elva Simpson; Lulu Hawcott is chairman. Hope — with Kvlna Smith devotions Ruby Hinckley and piogram. Lydia Manns; Erma Harvey is chairman. Love —• met at the church with Holer Vogel hostess, devotions. Georgia Holding and program. Marion sVestlmg: I la/el IVrtvr is chairman. Birthday Circle will ^ meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 17 with Lottie Isenberger. Carrie Larson will have devotions, Bertha Mansmith the program and birth- clays of Bertha Stow and Anna .Zanke will be observed. Mr and Mrs Uarrell McFarland with David and Marlene. Mr an<> Mis Lawrence Riedel with Linda and Betty of Algona spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the G. O. McFarland home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege spent Sunday afternoon at the Vern Rafdal home in Titonka and the Earl Rafdals and son Steven, Glennville, Minn, also there. wlirn relative* were dinner find supper guests. Mr and Mrs Jim Vipond and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Tim)'and family all from Algona were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the John Thul home here. Mr and Mrs Edward Bormann and family had Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas and Mr and Mrs Wil- ired Kohlhaas and family as quests on .Sunday. St. Joe Boy Is Returning From Overseas Duty St. Joe—Specialist Third Class Robert Thul. son of Mr and Mrs Harold Thul, is' scheduled to leave Germany for the U.S. in mid-November under the Army's new unit rotation plan. Thul's unit, the 1st Infantry Division, has been replaced in Europe by the 10th Infantry. A demolition specialist with the 1st Engineer Battalion. Robert Thul entered the Army in January, 1954. Enlist In Marines Marvin Zeimet, son of Mr ami Mrs Henry M. Zeimet and Dennis Hilbert, son of Mr and Mrs John P. Hilbert, have enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and are undergoing recruit training at San Diego, Calif. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhnns and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, Doris Ann, Marion and Howard spent Saturday at the Leo Whalen homo at Hannover, 111. They also made a short visit with Sister M. Amalia at Mt. St. Francis Convent in Dubuque. A Wagner family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs John B. Reding, Harrison Twp. Girls Organize New 4-H Club Harrison Township has organized a new 4-H Girl's-Club. Tht club was named The Swea City Sweethearts 4-H Club. Officers elected were Dorothy Peterson, president; Loretta Mino, vice president: Janet Peters, secretary; Sandra Ewing, reporter; Mary Helen Bauer treasurer, Sandra Beek, photographer; Margaret Vci brugge, historian; Loretta Mino, chairman of recreation; Edrys Peterson, chairman of music: club leaders, Mrs Roy Peters and Mrs June Ewing. The installation ol officers was held at a special meeting Nov. 9 at Peters' home. Their next meeting will b-? Nov. 19 at the home of Twila Pulver. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Harold Evans of Albert Lea, former residents here, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Gloria Rae, of Rochester, to Gordon Leon Duna- hon, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Framrnhold of Manly, la. Gloria is employed at a Rochester hospital. Visit Emil Larsons Anna Linde of Boulder, Colo. Mrs Rena Haglund, and Miss Lula Haglund were Saturday afternoon visitors at Emil Larsons'. her children nnd their families came with a pot luck dinner. Mr and Mrs Duane Evickson became parents of a son Sunday, Nov. 13, at a Estherville hospital. This is the couple's first child. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston entertained at dinner Saturday evening, their children and their families, the Roger Lindes, Maynard Jensens, Kenneth Andersons, John Kellys, Marvin Boevers of Estherville; Mr and Mr* Jiminie Preston, Mr and Mrs Tommy Preston and Mr and Mrs Alfred" Nelson and daughter, Marilyn, Peoria, 111. who came Friday and returned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link, and Mr and Mrs Sam Link drove to Rochester Sunday to visit the men folks' brother-in-law, Ralph Rickard, a patient in a hospital. Mrs Richatd I. Waterbury, nee Donna Mae Madsen was honored at a miscellaneous shower held Monday night Nov. 14 at the Grunt school. Max Treat of Minneapolis spent weekend with his sister anci her family, the Marvin Larsons. Mr and Mrs Max Tryar and children, Mr and Mrs Frank Mathews and son of Kansas City. Mo., and F. Stecker were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Francis Torine home. The men folks came here to pheasant hunt. Mr and Mrs Joe Haglund 01 Minneapolis, Bill Spittel and Claude Mann of Joliet, 111. and Wilson Spittel of Emmetsburg were weekend visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson. Grant Homemakers The Grant Township Homemakers held their November meeting Thursday at the school A lesson was given by Mrs Dcl- mer Anderson. A demonstration was given by Mrs John Richardson and Mrs Kenneth Busch of Ledyard. Hostesses were Mrs Harold Mino and Mrs Oscar Person. Mr and Mrs A. N. Anderson and son, George, of River Grove, 111. came Friday for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs Ed Fossgren anci sister, Mrs Walden Brandt and family. Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg and children, Calvin and Donna; and Mr and Mrs Bill Marler of Armstrong visited Sunday at Mr and Mrs Bruce Shafer, Brookings, S. Dak. Barbara Kluger of Minneapolis visited from Friday until Sunday at the parental Roy Klugers'. Mrs Harry Fish was honored on her birthday Sunday when BANCROFT Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing and Joyce and friends of Ames spent Saturday and Sunday at the Lensing-Menke homes. Mrs Walter Goche entertained several ladies at a party at her home Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Leo Nurre, Mrs Laurence Bergman and Mrs Screal DeGeeter. Mrs Henry Lappe, who spent the summer months with her children, left for her home in Denver where she will visit two of her daughters. Dennis Schumaker arrived here from Tetfus where he is in the Air Force and spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs I. F. Engesser. Mr and Mrs Engesscr and Mr and Mrs Clarence MeGuire and Pat took him to Sioux City, Sunday, where he took a plane to Texas. The Altar Society will sponsor a card party Thursday after-,, noon in St. John's Church. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss left Thursday for Osceola, Wis. to visit. Thanksgiving Hours The Algona Post Office will be closed all day, Nov. 24, Thanksgiving Day. The lobby will LKJ open from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. There will be no mail deliveries of any kind but incoming and outgoing mail will be worked as usual. ROSEWIN Event All Strook Coats Luxury fabrics, in snft trans-seasonal colors,* specially purchased to wear NOW and into Sl'KIMJ. Beautifully tailored, perfectly detailed and lined with Milium for'year-around comfort. Styles are both dressy and casual. Wide range of si/es and colors. This is an important event. New styles just purchased in Minneapolis three days ago for this promotion. We nix- bound by agreement i () maintain this price, as are other stores selling Strook coats. $68 VERY In connection with this special event, we are including all cashmere and finer imported materials selling at PF C I /V I reduced prices (NOT at $68.00 however). $110 arid $135 The Chrischilles Store ENTERTAINMENT OF 1956 HERE Frizes -- Free DOOR PRIZE WESTINGHOUSE IRON DOOR PRIZE ARVIN RADIO DOOR PRIZE DORMEYER ELECTRIC Coffe Maker DOOR PRIZE NESCO ELECTRIC SKILLET Coffee DOOR PRIZE STRUCTO WAGON Will Be Here in Person at Our Garage 2 P.M to 9 P.M. and Doughnuts 50 DOOR PRIZES 50 GREASE DOOR PRIZE BABY SIZE DOLL JOBS Be Sure To Come - Hear and Watch In Person the TV Stars Win One of the 56 Prizes In Honor of the '56 Studebakers & Packards Your Studebaker and Packard Dealer ON 169 AT FAIRGROUNDS CORNER ON SOUTH EDGE OF ALGONA WE'LL BE PLEASED TO SEE YOU I

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