The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
Page 33
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MftS. AROETH HALVtRSON News Editor "•'• T M "illliti ifenfiw November 24, 1955 Publi*r,ed By Publishing C«., Al|«ftdr"4t*<t Lockwood Wins $75 In Fenfon Gill Award Fpnion—Merlo L'-ckwonti \vn« well paid for spending Suturd-iv evening nt Krnton. [!; \v;i,'thV- lucky person to rrvciyp tho 37} at tho 0:30 dr:iv.-ir.-4. A na'mt. \vill !)•> dr;i\vn for $15 this urday evening, Nov. 26. Indrpr;ndonco Mixers Tlie November meeting of the Independence .Mixers \v,)s lir]d at the To\vn?hip Hall with Mi Airier Cody and Mrs Evn n Harlm.-in as hostesses. Since the Mixers are responsible for the December F,<nn Bu- re.-iu pi'ogrnni, t'ne ciu'ii man, Mr-, Clarence Weyencr appointed Mis Lyndon Kerber. Mr- Hoi). ii H.'ikeland. Mrs William Wrinor and Mrs Kd Solbert; to plan the pr'i»!-?nii to be given after y x pot link .'Upper. You Can Plan His Future TODAY The Years Fly By From Infancy To School Days. See Your Dreams For His Future Come True . . . Start Saving For It Today ! A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ADDED TO REGULARLY WILL GROW WITH YOUR CHILD. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Armstrong & Fenton, Iowa COLD, SLEET, SNOW AHEAD! Time to install your new ^^«k ^n AUTOMATIC DRYER Widi the dryer u-ason at its peak, and Christmas just around the corner, here is a factory-sponsored combination that nets you a big saving at a most opportune time. The Dryer is a full- featured 1956 model that brings you the hi{,hfst etlic- icncy and dependability in the entire^ dryer industry. Full range neat control up to 210'. From an operation and service standpoint, there U no finer dryer. fogin* puffs ond whisllci. Includes gondola, took far, refrigerator cor and ccboei*. 126" of track. Le Ann Olsen To Wed Soon Fenton—Mr and Mrs Curlis Olsen of Seneca announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Le Ann Joyce, pictured above, to Mr Gerald Braver, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver of Seneca. Mrs R ii> 'ben Bcrkkind w;u nominated as conservation chair- in an and Mis William Werner \s-,-).~ appiiinU'd io be nur plioto- urapiv.T fin 1 the year. A verv ni'iC-rf.stins k-.~>.-«n on 'N'e\v Finishes for Old Furniture' •AM-; ;;i\ i-n by Mrs Karl Lufkin ;'nd M: <• Rnb'-rt Berkelancl. For tin- Christmas party at Mrs Joy Jeri.-voldV t'.irh member \- askeri t" briny twelve cookies or 12 pieces of home made candy phis the recipe, for the gift e.\- Town-Country Club The Tov, :i and Country Worn a n'.-- Club nit! Tuesday evening, Nov. 15 in the home of Mrs Tej Jti.. -en with Mr.- Ciaienc'' V;i;:f-r I'o-ho.ite.-s. At th' 1 buiiiH':-'.- iiK-i'tin.:. plan- we:«.- ::., ; .!v !ui packing .1 box for Wo..dward. v Fur tin- program, Mrs Eugene Man.-agi.T pre.-ented 'Take Tune i >;• Pirn. 1 Arts' and Mrs John S'ru!--ek':'r. 'Take Time for Crafts. The December meeting will be 1-eid w;th Mrs Kenneth Johnson. D'.'c. i.'i with Mrs Eugene Hus- karnp and Mrs Calvin Vaudt as mas gift exchange will be held. 12 New Members The regular meeting of the Independence Idealists was held on November 14 in the home of Arlene Tveter. The meeting was called to order by the president, Judy Weiner. The twelve new members were Teresa Naig, Dixie Arganbright, Glennis Naa- land, Joanne Lufkin, Janice Priebe, Viola Arganbright, Verdene Voster. Vergcne Norland. Sue Moore. Judy Weiner, Linda Brown and Mary Jane Brown. During the business meeting, plans were discussed for I. he Christmas party and committees were .-elected. Lunch was served by the hostesses. A meeting of the officers of | the Independence Idealists club i was held at the home of Mrs Robet t Berkelancl. to make out the year':; programs. Officers are: president. Judy Weiner: secretary, Janice Jacob-on; treasurer. Lois Berkland: reporter. Vergene Norland and historian, Sheryl Solberg. Helen Fuhr Is Bride-To-Be '•> ,/W f ^ ^ *j^ «.*-.-. *— *<? ' WSCS met Friday afternoon with Mrs QJiver Stoeber with Mrs Clarence Yager assisting hostess. Mrs J. A. Schwartz was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs Clarence Yager presented the lesson. Mrs Amanda Kern was a circle guest. Mr and Mfs Waller Petll ate the parents of a daughter born Thursday Nov. 11 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz. and has been named Ginger Kay. Mr and Mrs Gerharl Hanlel- man, Eunice and Paul were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Charles Westfall home at Gract- tinger. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Deloncl Bolte home. Mrs Ed Uthof entertained at a party in their home last Wednesday evening, in honor of the birthdays of her husband and their daughter, Darlcne. Guests were Mi- and Mrs Lloyd Cornel- | ius and family of Graettinger, Miami Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan, Mr and Mrs Glenn Flint and Robin of Ring.sled. Mr and Mr? Ray Uthof and son and Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius. Mr and Mrs David White of Armstrong were Suftday afternoon visitors in the Oliver Stoc- ber home. Mr and Mrs Moffls Mitchell went, to Marble Rock Saturday of last week and alfe spending this week with the Arnold Halfc? and Irving Davidson families. ANNOUNCEMENT: We Will Be Closed Wednesday Nighti After Nov. 30. WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS AS USUAL. Welp'9 Feeds — Brower Poultry Supplies DUNCAN PRODUCE FENTON The Woman's Society of Chris- j lian Service will meet Dec. 1 ' with hostesses Mesdames Hans ' Baago. Earl Lufkin. A. L. Ka- i brick and Clarence Arbogast. Mrs : Merle Voigt will be in charge of j the worship period and Mr: ; j Ralph Weisbrod is the program j leader. ; Ed Bruhn returned home Sat- | urelay after being hospitalised at I the Emmotsburg hospital where ] i ho underwent an appendectomy. Mrs Roelf Miller, who has been Fenton—Mr and Mrs John Fuhr of Fenton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Helen, pictured above, to Earl M. Peiiersen, son of Mrs Fred C. Peiiersen and the laie Fred C. Peiiersen of Ringsted. No wedding date has been set. --j.= pi'.ali7.ed at the Holy Family 'spi'nl returned home Monday f this week. The Dorothea Circle of the SNOW Friendly -Neighbors """ The November miviing of th' Fiienrily Ncimhb ir club met with :.;;- Wiil W..M.--b'od with Mrs Don W. i.-br.i.i ...—..-tm« bostcs.--. 20 I'vMibiT.s .MTiWi-red ro'l cail b.\ ...\-j':- i/i ''.'.r.-im >-ugi.'t-.-;ion. for :;,••,! '•',-; K'. :: Ji of offic-.-r-' v,\. - h.'Ici: ;;;•..:<;!•!,:. Mr-- Ait Zumac!.: vice p:, M J t•::;, Mrs RiKb-n Iju<iike: Mi-i'i'li-ry ,,ncl tivasurer. Miss LI//II- Meyr; Hi.-toi -ian. Mrs BO-HI- Hartman. For enturtainment. Mrs Ray D.-.-yc-:. and M:;< Kennotli Boli- ingei'. conducted several quiz * Gvu sis were Mesdrimes Olive: St, •/!-.',>;•. K. C. Weisbrod, Fred Ft-.-.^c-iri'. Maurii' Bro\vn and Paul;:-;!>-. tin- latu-r of Waynes- burn, K'nn. Band Mothers Meet The FrnU.n Band Mothers met \\Ydm-sday alternoon of this past week. It was ami nmri.-u thai 1 ! me-nber.x have- paid Ih.'i: $4 con- iribii'.ion and others are urged to pay ;.r >xion as po»ibie, as it lii plannc :1 tu buy new instru- I mi n!s with the ninnvy. Mrs I Ho!l.m:i. -Mrs Florence Behns. and I Mi - Kenneth Bollmger wc-re ap- pi ;nlccl as a CdinsnnliM' ID help .Mr H !i;-man in Ihe seK ct:-''ii ot :n.- : 1ru;;H>i:t.--. Finn! pian-- fur ifjy.iu; !.'i.-iru:iii-n1.- will be made at the iiu 1 !. tinji nil December 21 Hcmemokers Meet Tin- FontDii Tuwnship 1 .- nu-t T!iur.<ci;iy ai'li.'rniion, N'uv. 17, in the home of Mis E:i : Pi it-be with Mrs William HanU'l- ! iiian e '-hosli'ss. , A ies>m on Schools anil Civil j Service was prt'.xentcil b\- Mi> (Raymond l..aabs and Mrs Victor Ore\er. Tile next meeting will r. 1 Dcce-nbi 1 ,' l(i witii Mr.- Kd |P>:u!.n witli Mrs Marlin Haniel- A Chnsi- BOTH fof only . . 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