The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 51
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December 1, 1955 &lgana lie* Jlomes: Wesley Girl Returns From Chicago Trip Wesley — Charlotte Wise and other outstanding 4-H club members returned Nov. 29 from a 5- day visit to Chicago where they attended the 3-Uh National 4-H Congress. Their tiip was sponsored by cooperative olevatoss. Charlotte is the eldest daughter i'l the Herman Wises and is i> high school senior in her 7th year on 4-H club^work. She liar been president and reporter foi Prairie Pals and represented that group with a better break- last exhibit last year. This year she was chosen best gi oomed" girl and was elected county historian. Her (j year expense account record book was exhibited at the state fair in August. Sandra Flom of DCS Moines spent the holiday and weekend in the parental Erling Flom home. Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee of Irvington spent Sunday with the J. T. Meurers. Mr and Mrs Philip Sheridan and family of Northwood and the George Sheridans spent Thanksgiving in the Lael Root home. Mr and Mrs Maurice Roach and family of Mason City spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs Jon Weig and family and the women's father, John O'Neill. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and Gary and Mr and Mrs Leon- aitl Studer and Barbara spent the holiday with the Glenn Fullers at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Robert Munson and three children of Bradgate were holiday guests of her mother, Mrs Eunice Nelson. Mr and Mrs Myrwin Dimond and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Foth home in Algona. Mr.s John Huff, who had an emergency appendectomy recently at Hancock Memorial hospital. was rushed to Mason City Saturday for surgery at Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs Robert Rock wood and Billy, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Clyde Smith of Liver more, returned home Sunday from a 4-day visit with the women's brother, Bernard Mettelle and family at Peoria, 111. Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker and three children spent the holiday with his brother, Ronald Walker and family at Estherville. Their parents, the Ben Walkers of West Bend, were also guests. Mrs Helen Johnson and Joe, Mr and Mrs Edward Johnson and Jerry were holiday guests in the Martin Hamilton home. American Legion Auxiliary will hold its Christmas party, Dec. 1, at the Cegion HalJ. A pot luck supper at 7 o'clock, will be followed by games and a program directed by Clara Hauptman, Bridgette Smith and Bernice Vitzthum. There will bo a gift exchange. William Yanser died Sunday Nov. 27 and funeral services were conducted Tuesday at 2 o'clock in Algona. He was bur- ied in the Wesley Cemetery beside the body of his wife who cfied in March 1939. He is survived by two sons, Ralph and George who farm northwest of Wesley and one granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Robert Conner of Grand Forks, N. D. called on the Lester Leases, P. C. Haynes and Mrs Eunice Nelson, Nov. 24. They were enroute to Iowa Falls to attend a Conner family reunion in the Clayton Conner home. Robert is the son of the late Albert Conner anjd Mrs Mohala Conner, now of Popejby, long time residents of Wesley. Will Hrubes went to Carroll Tuesday to attend a salesmen's meeting at Standard Chemical Co Ralph Bauer of Whittemore spent Friday evening with his parents, the R. C. Bauers. Duane Halterman, small son of. the Will Haltermans, is spending a month in Creston with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lon Clanton. Lester Benninger of Champaign, 111. and Carrell Erdman of Algona were Friday supper guests of her mother, Mrs Olive Erdman. Holiday supper guests in the Don Eden home were his parents, the Fred Edens, the Alvin Edens and Judy, Shirley Edijn and Hugh Haverly. The Andrew Reisings. Cletus Studers and Fred Edens spent Friday evening with the Alvin Edens near Woden. Mr and Mr.s Alfred Erdman and Willis and Mr and Mr.s John Hauptman went to Ames Sunday to spend the day with the Gene Wolfe family. They took home with them two year old Barbara Wolfe, who hud spent 10 days in the Erdman home. Willis and Mrs Hauplman acted as sponsors at the baptism ol Debra Sue Wolfe in the Ames Catholic church that afternoon.' Mr and Mrs Will Clements of Iowa City spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mr.s R. C. Bauer. Both are senior students at Stale University. Mr and Mrs Albert Girard spent Nov. 23-27 with their daughter. Mrs Ralph Smith and family of Wichita, Kan. The Fred Harrs stayed at the Girard farii. during their absence. Sharon Harr resigned her work at the Wesley Reminder last week and was replaced by Charlene Downs. Mrs Halvor Flom, Sr. was honored on her 84th birthday, Nov. 28 when a group of 10 neighbor women came in for a social hour and brought lunch and gifts. Sunday dinner guests in the H. E. Hemmingsen home in honor of her birthday were Mr and Mrs C. J. Wilson and two sons of Belmond, Mr and Mrs Irwln Roshiern and daughter of Forest City. In the afternoon, Mr and Mrs Cecil Hildebrand of Britt called and both sets of parents talked by phone with Mr and Mrs Lee Hildebrand at San Diego, Calif. They reported a 75 degree temperature there to contrast with our Iowa zero reading. Mr Hildebrand is stationed aboard the USS Destroyer Callihan and expects a transfer in January. Both Ht-mmingsen? and Hildebrands expect to visit, in San Diego over the holidays. Mr and Mrs A. J. Seiler spent the weekend in Humboldt with their son. John Seiler and fam- 47 Leaders, Officers Of 4-H Plan Training School Officers and leaders of the 47 boys and girls 4-H clubs in Kossuth County will meet together at the Algona High School Annex. Dec. 3. 1:30 p.m. for the annual 4-H officer's training school. The group will be divided according to the offices held and a discussion will follow regarding duties of that specific office. A special session for music and recreation chairmen will be held, as well as a discussion for 4-H club leaders. Following those discussions, the group will see a demonstration meeting presented by the county 4-H officers. Games and folk dances led by the music and recreation corn- ily! ~~~ Mr and Mrs Julius Monson were hosts to a group of 12 mittee will finish the afternoon activities. County officers in charge of the training school include -••presidents, Norma Jean Rcdiru;, Ottosen and Roger DreyCT, Kenton: vice presidents. Mary Keith. Burt and James Bierstedi. Whittemore: secretary - troasur"rs. Marilyn Bormann, Bode and Hubert Kaltved. Swea City: reporters. Donald Grant. C"iwit!i; historians, Charlotte WL--e. Coi with: recreation. Virginia Simons, Algona. Others assisting are the boy-; and girls clubs of Plum Crt-'" i k who will be responsible lor n.-- gi.-tration. Roger Lawrence, assistant boys 4-H club leader. Am<.v also hi? present, as well a 4-H boys and girls county mittee members and Kn County Extension personnel tale will the om- - LI th PRESCRIPTIONS Christmas Shopping Tips From | YOUR FRIENDLY CHRISTMAS STORE for the PHOTO fan Visit Rusk's "Camera Corner" and See 100's of Gift Ideas! Give "Her" a Lovely Boxed Set of GLITTER JEWELRY • -'.* '•' BROWNIE BULLSEYE 620 Camera complete with flash attachment _. $17.95 NEW DURAFIEX TV Kodak 620 with flash attachment $21.75 JELL & HOWELL 8mm Movie Camera with case $59.45 BROWNIE 8 mm Movie Camera with projector..$99.50 BROWNIE 8 mm Movie Camera with 1.9 standard Ions, 1.9 telephoto, 1.9 wide angle, tri-lenses, complete for $79.95 ARGUS C-3 35 mm 3.5 lens, complete with flash and Case $69.95 ARGUS C-4 35 mm 2.8 lens, complete with flash and case $99.50 ARGUS 300 35 mm projector complete with case $66.50 KODAK PONY 135 complete with flash and case $49.65 And Dozens of Other Photographic Items To Choose From For Gifts to That Camera Fan ! 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Real compact splendor for Christmas-giving! $2.95 to $25 All 1955 Parker "51" & "21" Sets are Included! See How You Save on Them! Parker AUTOMATIC PENCILS, were $3. 50 ...... ... 1.25 Parker PEN & PENCIL SETS, were $8.75 ........ 6.25 Parker PEN & PENCIL SETS, were $17.75 ...... 14.25 Parker PEN & PENCIL SETS, were $22. 50 ...... 17.50 RELIGIOUS JEWELRY Gold or Silver Crosses, 4.95 up Gold or Silver Lockets, 2.00 up Gold Expansion Bracelets, 6.95 up Men's & Ladies Set Rings $10 up Children's Ring* $3 uje Pearl Necklaces In Single, Double or Triple Strand* Handsomely Boxed for Gift-Giving Including Anti>Tomifh DRAWER CHEST In Genuine Solid Mahogany Complete 56-PC. SERVICE for 8 Set Consltti Oft 16 Teaipoons 8 Soup Spoons 8 Knives 8 Forks 8 Salad Forks 2 Table Spoons \ Sutler Knife 1 Sugar Spoon no. TAX Including these 4 Special Serving Pieces e I Cold Meat Fork e I Grovy Ladle e 1 Deuerr Serr*> • 1 Round Server MEN'S JEWELRY SI to $18 MAKE IT "PERSONAL" - NAME ENGRAVED FREE ! 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