The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1955 · Page 58
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 58

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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(la,) Upper DCS Moines Thursday, December 8, 1955 Congressman To Talk At Lone Rock, December 12 Lohe ftock—.Tamos I. Doliivor. Fort Dodge, cons>n.'<snvm •<( this district, will be the i>in->t speaker at the Lone Rock community club Monday cvenm.u, I.Vc. 12. at the .Lone Rock l..<'.s:i,>n Hall. Mr Dolliver lias jii.-t returned from behind the Iron Cuilain. Both men and women ;ue invited to a It end. Christmas Cantata The Christmas Cantata "Music of Christmas' 1 will he presented Sunday evening. Dec. 11 at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. The public is invited. New P.W.O. "Members The Lone Rock P.W.O. met last Thursday afternoon. Dec. 1. at the church parlors with host- f-sses Mrs Alex Krueger. Mrs Albert Shaser. Mrs \V. G. Flai}{. Mrs Emil Person, Mrs Merwm Marlow, Mrs Warren Thompson. Mrs Milton Madison had charge of the program. Mrs Lawrence Rath described the new books for the coming year. Mrs Milton Madison installed the new members who are Mrs Kenneth Jackson. Mrs Dennis Priebe, Mrs Jim Marlow, Mrs George B. Long and Mrs Herman Kramer, Each new member was presented a gift. Mrs Madison also honored the members who had perfect attendance for the year. New circle leaders fur the year i are Mrs Frank FJaig. Mrs Free (.tenrich, Mrs Dennis Priebe. . Mr and Mrs Ralph Bicrstcdt and family called Sunday evening at the Ornie Behrcnds home Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geilzen- aur and family were guests Sunday evening at the John Geitzen- nur home in Fenton in honor of their 46th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Woodrow Krachl and Linda Sue and Mrs Leo Schmidt attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs Jacob England at Iowa Falls Sunday. Dan Kracht, John Kracht, of Hampton. la., Mr G. Ktacht, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Kracht and Linda Sue and Mr and Mrs -F. G. Sullivan and son Joe were Thursday dinner guests at the Schmidt home. Mrs Leslie Johnson, Mrs Clarence Kraft and Joy were Friday luncheon guests at the R. W. Williams home at Estherville. Sue Ann spent the day with her grandmother, Mrs Beulah. Gammelgaard at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her'mother, Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Mrs Roy Zunkel and Charlene visited Friday evening at the Hurlburt home. Mrs Donald Radig attended the shower honoring Helen Fuhr at Fenton Friday evening. Eleanor circle will meet Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Clair Bollinger home with Mrs Blaine Saxton assisting. Mrs Art Person will give the lesson. Lucille circle will meet with Mrs Art Priebe. Mrs Milton Madison will give the lesson. Dorothy circle will not meet till Dee, 15 with Mrs K. Jackson. Mrs Frank Flaig will have the lesson. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Clarence Hovey home at Arm^rong. Mr and Mrj Owen Berhow spent Tuesday at El more on business. While there they visited at the Henry Blooms, Richard Ber- hows and Art Runksmeier homes. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder visited at the Berhow home. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxtnn and family called at the C'lair Bollinger home, Sunday eve. Sunday evening callers at tin- Dale Schroeder home- were Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family. Airs John Norris and sons of Algona, Donna Mae Hansi-n and Derwood Walker were Sunday callers at the Louise BroesdJr home. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph were dinner guests at the Kenneth Richards home Sunday. The Harold Nelsons veiled there Sunday evening. Thanksgiving day d i n n c r guests at the Wiltn-.l R;,diL>. home were the Gerald Radios., Donald Hadig and family. Harold Gross and family, Alex Radig.s c,f Fenton. Gene Kaflig and Dr. rind Mrs Leroy Hendrick-;on uf Armstrong Andy Peterson of Galva wa~ 1i dinner guests or. Wednesday al the P. M. Chnstenson home. After Thursday evening at the Erich Seeaebarth home in honor of Die birthday of Mrs Pettit. Mrs W. G. Flaig received a wedding announcement of the approaching marriage .of Coreen Dickonson of Wichita', Kan. Coreen is in nurse's training there. Her mother. Mrs Russell Dickenson was a former teacher at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyei were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when friends called at their home honoring them on their fifteenth wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr and Mrs Larry All and family, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Art Krause, and Mrs Minnie Dreyer. all of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt, Mr and Mrs Art TietV of Lakota. The Jolly Neighbors club met Wednesday, Nov. 30. at the home of Mrs Wayne Drone with Mrs Orville Gardner assisting. Mrs Albert Meyer and Mrs Robert, Fiierstenau were taken in a. 1 ? new members. A skit was given by Mrs Wm. Zumach, Mrs Fcrd Mittag, Mrs Charles Abrahamson and Mrs Wayne Drone entitled "Pa Has a Bite." Mr and Mrs Otto Jensen, Tena Jensen and Roy Jensen recent:, ly attended the funeral of an' Hint at Walker, Minn. Dennis Howe spent overnitc Sunday with Gene Hanna helping him celebrate his birthday. Win. .. Knoll, Joe Culbert'son Dean and Joe Jr.,- Woodrow ano Alton Pettit spent Saturday and Sunday at Swan Lake deer hunting. Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen were surprised Sunday evening when friends and neighbors gathered at the Jensen home honoring them with a farewell party. Mr and Mrs Jensen and Jamie Jo are moving from the farm into their newly built home in town. The evening was spent playing 500 with prizes going to Dcl'mar Fischer for high for men, low ,to Hugh Walsh, high for women 'to Mrs Lawrence Walsh, low to Mrs Dave Weber and travel to Mrs Jensen. Mr and Mrs Alhvyn Lockvvood entertained supper guests Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Jim arson and family, Mr and Mrs ritz Newbrough and Steve. Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierlc and family visited Saturday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod lorne. ed a trip to the Chicago Livestock show for outstanding longtime 4-H work. He went to the exposition with about 300 other North Iowa 4-H clubbers and leaders. Lutheran Aid Elects The Good Hope Lutheran churoh held its monthly Ladie- Aid meeting Nov. 30 at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs Martin Brandt, Mrs Henry Baade. Mrs Sylvan Hanna, and Mrs Herbert Rakow. Election of officers was held with Mrs John Johnson receiving the job as president for an other year. Mrs Alice Rakow received the post of vice president. Mrs Herman Wel- housen was elected secretary and Mrs Clifford Krantz is treasurer. Outgoing officers were Mrs B. II. Schwerin, Mrs George Saehau and Mrs Conrad Schmidt. Parents of Daughter Mr and Mrs Herbert Schrnm of Clear Lake arc the parents of a daughter born Monday. She weighed 1 Ibs Jo or.. Mr and Mrs Schram were former Tilonkans and Mrs Schram is the former Doris Hagen. They have three other children, all boys. Barllett Bros. Hatchery Hosf, Titonka Dinner Titonka — Bartlett Brothers Hatchery will hold its fifth annual Turkey get-together at the Methodist church Thursday evening. Dec. 8. Turkey will'be the main attraction on the menu and a nice program is being planned. The dinner will be served at C:30 p.m. Mrs George Saehau is now out and around after a siege of the flu and art" infected neck gland after returning home from the hospital with her new baby. Mr.-- Saehau wishes to thank all the people who sent cards and letters. Mrs Loyal Gingrich was host to her SOD club Thursday with Mrs Stella Peterson and Mrs Pearl Krominga being substitute guests. Prixes were won by Mrs Esther Peterson, Mrs Ollie Bruns and Mrs Stella Peterson. Junior Mission Band was held Saturday, Nov. 26, with Misses Phyllis Saehau. and Carol Ann Swan as hostesses. Mrs Leola Miller entertained her Sewing club Thursday evening and a discussion of the annual Christmas party was planned for Wednesday, Dec. 7. Miss Myrtle Saehau returned to Chicago after a week's vacation during the Thanksgiving holidays. Her brother John and sister Louise and nieces Carol Ann Swan and Phyllis Saehau took her to the train Saturday evening. Mrs Bernard Schwerin and Mrs Raymond Bartlett entertained the Homemakers meeting Friday afternoon. The lesson was oh gift wrapping and there were 18 members present. Mrs Ben Meyer was 81 years old on Sunday and her family helped her to celebrate the occasion. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken left by train Wednesday for Chicago where they spent a few days. They returned to Ames Saturday and stayed with their son Billy and family and returned home Sunday. They found the roads very hazardous. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS DAVIS Imported Simulated PEARL NECKLACE Fri., Sat., and Monday Limit 2 to I customer Fed T . x |nc|udu Special impart purchase tnoblei vi to. bring you thii exceptional Super Special. You'd expect to pay many timei thii low price for a beautiful rope necklace like this. Necklace ii 33 inchei long with beautifully matched beads . . . safety clasp. May be worn o« a choker or Icnotled. Buy for yourself or at a 'DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr and Mrs Bill Amon \ GIVE PRACTICAL GIFTS OFFICE Portable Typewriters Lions Plan Feed The Titonka Lions club will hold their regular meeting at the school house Thursday evening. Doc. 8. The annual pheasant Iced was postponed for Thursday, Jan. 12. Wins Chicago Trip Robert Ostermann was award- '' AT BRADLEY BROS. FARM AUTHENTIC SCALE MODELS Of Real Farm Equipment! $1.00 to $3.50 dinner Merwin Mr Peterson left where they t-. Chicago and a'.ti national. Mr and Mrs J, Ralph of R,,!i, Richard Hovey ; Rolfe were Tue>r per guests at tni home in honor •«; Diana's .sixth b:r'> Mrs Jim L'>r_ . Lone Rock birt!: i,-j evening in honu: of Mrs Rose Kraii I .) stcnMin and MaMm City a plane tc <i '.he Inter• He:'./, an, . M: ami 'id son- a "',' i-vcnln Fi,.•;.,; Si, te! tamed chili Tue.-.riav t'.e birthday G'ji'.^ts 'Acre Mesdames Mrs Rose K:aft, Mi.-. Jack Quinn. Mr? Hulda Scliult/' Mrs Frank Flai-. Mr., Fred G<-n- rich. Mrs Mary Flaij.', Mi> Maude Blanchard. Alton Pettit, Wm. Knull ;,nd Russell Jensen helped muve the A. L. Jackmans Jrom Anu-.> to Algona Thursday. A recilal will hr hi-ld in conjunction with the Lone Rock Band Mothers meet ing on Hth at 7:30 p.m. at tht Lone Rock school. Lunch will be it-i ved to all Students. The Band Mothe:., will furnish the lunch. Mrs Harlan Blyjuhard, Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Everett Householder w«f g i BOYS will "go for" Ihese farm loys that are exact scale models of lurge machinery from Allis-Chalmers, Massey-Harris, Oliver and New Idea. All boxed, ready for the tree! Tractors Wagons Plows Discs* Combines Spreaders Loaders Pickers MRS FARM WIFE Here Are Christmas Suggestions for That Man of Yours- Practical Gifts for His Equipment or For Use on the Farm: Bostrom Body Guard Hog Waterers Seats-WC & WD Tractor Seat Cushion Seat Hinge — WD Gas Gauge — All Tractors Grease Guns and Fillers Oil & Grease — Antifreeze Firestone Town & Country Snow Tires | Accessories Tank Heaters |Tractor Radio BRADLEY BROS. SANTA'S HEADQUARTERS For Gifts To Farmers & Their Sons Battery Charger & Batteries Tachometer Fire Extinguisher Oil Filters - M-H A-C, Oliver Heat Housers — Ail Tractors Wheel Cleaners — h Tractor LGMC Truck SMITH - CORONA REMINGTON ROYAL \ \ Here's a Gift That Will Last For Years ... A Free Folding Typewriter Stand With Each Machine Sold - A $7.75 Gift Free ! 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