The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1955 · Page 27
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Many Wesley Homes Are Hosts In Holiday Season Wesley—M/Sgt. Merle Loebig, his wife and three children of San Francisco, Calif, came recently for a visit at his parental Victor Loebig home nnd with other relatives. Merle has been in service 14 years and has spent one year in Japan and Korea and some time in Germany. The family expects to leave January 14 for New York. City and then for overseas. Visits In Lease Home Jim Gibson, special agent ol the F.B.I., New York City, called on Mr and Mrs A. M. Lease Tuesday. "He and Burrell Least work in the same office in New York. He is spending two weeks with his parents in Buffalo Cen ,ter. He and his mother, tin former Hetty Lotbig were en- route to Mason City to visit Zaeli Gibson, aged 93, nl the Goo.-' Samaritan Home. Quests At Youngwirlhs Mrs Helen Younpwirth anc Johnny and the Luke Young- wirths were hosts Sunday evening, Dec. 18 to a pre-holiday fam- ilv gnHierine. Guests we're Mr and Mrs Julius Becker. Livermore; Mr and Mrs Dick Mays Corwith: Mr and Mr.s Larry Youngwirlh and Mr and Mr.s Joe Krieps and their families. Enlist In Army Paul Haverly, youngest son ol Mr and Mrs Haverly. Dean Rirke. son of Mr and Mrs George Ricke Jim Mullin. only son of Mr and Mr.s Chailes Mullin and Merlin Studer, son of Mr and Mrs Il-i- man Studer, have enlisted in tho Army. ' . Mr and Mrs Glenn Smith were liosts Friday evening to a ' pr<>- .loliday Smith family pathr-rinsr Guests at the Orv'ille Smith home Christmas day were and Mrs Glenn Smith. Mr and Mrs George Gremmer. Mr and Mrs Jim Kuchenreuther of Renwick and their families. Mr and Mrs John Paulson. Mr and Mrs Orville Smith and Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen had a pre- holiday breakfast and gift exchange Sunday, Dec. 18. at the Hansen home. ' Mr and Mrs .Oscar Monson and son Larry left : over the wcekcna for Fort Lewis. Wash, where hr will be stnti6ned. He bad spent a\20-dav furlough here. Jack Bohn received his diplum;« last week during the fall quarter rraduntion exercises at the lov.p State College. Ames. Jack, s->r •>f Mr and Mrs Fred Boh.?, wi'! romnin at Ames to take cradlun't 1 work and will aHo be- employed :t the Atomic Energy Commis- nun Laboratory. Ed ,Dornbiei-"of Sheppardjie! ijftxas,; i*,'^fending'a h t no pBrenfal,. Cla rente home. R:ie Smith of ChanutC Field. 111. is at his parent;)!. Rich- ni-d Smith's fcr a two-week fur- Ion uh. Mj- and Mr.s Paul Ki^s ;>-iri two v children moved recently from Des Moines to Davenpr>rl He was promoted by the r, ( il road for which lie is claim a i.u> .-Field kfh a% rnbier ter. Paul i- a 5i>n of the n Rev. ;mii Mr; J A. Rji-r-s Mr and Mr.- Jack H ; .;w-, ,r Topeka. K~:i. '.vcrc ,gue. I.-; :.t tr.t pa/i'iiKi' Hnv Il'in^en !:;T,;'. D'.\ 23 to 27th." Mr und Mrs Harold Lukrn o/ Minno;ipoli> brought his mother Miv. Jennie Lukon home over the \voekiTui and were fiut-sls of hi-; sistrr. Mrs Vi-.ila Suidr>;-, \v\t> whom Mrs Lukon make? her homo. Mis Lukon had spent four weeks in Minneapolis visiting her son, Harold and her daughter. Mrs Aii'-lia Thijtlowood and their families. two children of Ames spent the Christmas weekend at the par' enlal Alfred Er.iman home. Darlcne Green, daughter of Mr and Mrs Win. J. Green, came home Tuesday from Iowa City where she had a medical checkup at the University hospital. Christinas night guests at the Frank Grant home for a family dinner were Mrs Theresa Foerl- sch, Rosemary,, John and Will, Mr and Mr.s George Foertsch and family and Mr and Mrs Ferman Hainan and family of Algona: Mr and Mrs Lyle Kuyper of We.si Bend; Mr and Mrs Bernard Heinan and family of Corwith, Oilie and Angeline Focrtsch. They had a gift exchange. Be"v Ricke of Chicago came Saturday to spend the Christmas weekend at her parental, LeRoy Hicko home. Otner Christmas Jay guests at thv' Ricke home were Mrs Ricke's parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Shc-iman of Ft. Dodge Mr an.I Mrs Harold Miller, rtuth Ann and Mtiiy Lou of Clear uake and Loren Lea~e of Mason City were Christinas Day guests it the L. L. Lease home. Margaret Flom, who teaches in a Fort Dodge school came Wednesday evening, Dec. 23, to spend the holiday vacation at the parental. H. H. Flom home. Mr.s Ida Funnemark left Thursday Dec. 22 for Zumbrota, Minn, where she spent, the holidays with the Clarcncv Lilleskovs. A baby boy wr..s born to Mr and Mrs Alvin Becker at Britt hospital Sunday. Dee. 19. This is their first child and the now mother is the former Margaret Ann Young. Mrs Justine Becker >& the infant's paternal grandmother. Mr and Mrs L. T. Root and fumiiy and Mrs Root's parents. | Mr ;/nd Mis George Sheridan MI • spent Christmas with their sister and daughU-r, Mrs Norman A".ii.-on and family at Mason City. Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker and children spent Wednesday evening. Dec. 2! with hi.s parents, Mr and Miv> Ben Walker in West Bend. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel of Adaxa and Jim Meurer of Lu- V(.rne were Christmas day guests at tho parental Joe Meurer home. ?vlr and Mrs J. J. Jaeger of West Point. Neb., came Saturday In spend Christmas with their daughter, Mrs J. L. Walker and family. Mr and Mrs Paul Schmitt and baby Charles of Lohrville came Christmas Day to visit Mrs Schmitt's parents, Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier anrl.family. On' Monday Dec. 1!G they all wen*. U Mankato, and spent the day with their daughter and sister, Fran cis Richtsmeier, who is a candidate -at the School of Sisters of Mo*re Dame. Mrs Sophia Hildman. Beatrice ~:nd Leo were Christmas Dav rue.sts at the Urban Neuroth home. Mr nnd Mrs Martin Hamilton were hc.sts at 7'HO dinner Thursday evening Dec. 22 at Frank •nd Kni's for all ol their em- ••>' ivees ,',! \\\-^fy, LuVt-nc and \'. "na. Mr r.n.'l N'rs Marvin Studer ••:u! b .b\- and Vi.'ir.-i-nt Sturier ol Hamm'm;), In:l. spcn; the h->li- 'lav' w-.'-rkond ;:t tiic- parental, J i ['. S'.uili-r •viiiif. Mr Hn.l Mrs Ed HUd-nan had as '.heir Christmas Eve and Christmas Day guests. Mr nnd M-s Rob")t K:.-n if Algon i. Mrs Harley Haynes and son Hnrloy. Jr. o! Furl Worth, Tex.. camo Thur.--di,y night. I")to. 2'J to spend tiu- halid,.ys :n the P. C. Haynes luviu* Mrs Kunii-e Nelsnn hnd as her Christjnu'.- D.tv guests her son Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe and Tom Ke's, n and family of CU-ar Lake. Her guests on Monday, December 2(5 were Mr and Mrs Robert Munson and family of Bradgatc.. • ' Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton, Mrs' Helen Johnson and 'Joe spent the holiday weekend at the Ed Thissen home in Waterloo. Paul Erdman left Wednesday .evening for several Weeks in Michigan with two daughters" 1 , Mrs Connie Holben in Lansing and Mrs Wayne Clegg in Eaton Rapids and their families. Mrs Dorothy Snook and son David of Minneapolis came Friday night to spend several days- over the Christmas weekend at the R. E. Newbrough home and with other filends. Carol Hansen R. N., Iowa City, came home Thursday, Dec. 22 for the holidays. In January she will leave for San Francisco, Onlif. to work in a hosnital there She graduated in August. 195-J from the State University at Towa City and h;.s worked in tho University hospital ever since. Methodist women sent $14 to United Nations Children's fund instead of having a gift exchange this year. Mr and Mrs Elmer Douehan nt- to.Tvkd th? funeral of Mrs A. C Miller 93 years of age a! Corwith Tu»sday afternoon. Dec. 20. Thr deceased died at the home of hoi mother. Mrs Joe Gerbel. Chairman Theron Hanson of Wesley township C.R.O.P. drive reports $122.50 i-ollected. Mr and Mr.s Joe Kelly HT< children of Gillette Grove. Mr and Mr.s Will Detrick and Helen Smith of Algona were holiday weekend guests at the parental Lawrence Smith home. Mr and Mrs Leo Bloich of Dos Moines nnd Amos and Lorraine Bleich of DOS Moines came Friday to spend their holiday vacation at their home. Mr and Mrs Jack Bohn and baby, Daniel Joseph of Ames camo Wednesday to spend their holiday vacation at the Leo Bleich and Fred Bohn homes. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowo and baby Debbie Ann of Carnavon la. spent the holiday weekend at the parental. Urban Neurotr. home and with other relatives. Christmas Day guests at the parental George Hanig home were Mr and Mrs Vincent Hanig of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Lyle Hcpperly of Clear Lake and Mr nnd Mrs Jack Nelson of Story Citv and their families. Sister Mary Giovanni, who tc-achcs 8th grade girls at Franklin Park, Chicago, 111. came Dec. 2fi to spend her holiday vacation at the parental, Victor Loebig home. She is the former Joan Loebig. This is her first visit home for 5'v years. Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz and family of Des Moines were guests of her folks in Algona and his parents. Mr and Mrs Julius Mnt/. :\ni family here Christmas D;>v. Mr and Mrs Sam Alne 5penl Sunday nnd Monday with her mother. Mrs Anna Severski at Story City. Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBoer and two children. Dean ?.nd Dawn were Monday guests Hi Jthks D*tol«d to "Behind 1 f h* SfeeftM" Items From Algona High School. School was dismissed early- last Wednesday, shortly after the Big Locker Clean Up, which revealed thousands of items previously believed to be missing. This clean up was timely in that it cut down students' Christmas lists in their letters to Santa. • » * Mr Carver's many vocal groups were on tour preceding the Christmas holiday. After completing their circuit of service clubs and organizations, one of the groups went to the hospital— to sing for the staff. The group recuperated speedily over hoi, cocoa, cookies, etc. * * » Students found it easy to stay awake this year in front of the TV set until Santa came. In fact, one was known to cry out, "Hey. not now! Can't you come back when George Gobel's over?" • • « The vacation gives teachers a much-needed rest. The parents, on the other hand, do not fare so well. The telephone is now monopolized all day instead of only after supper. And what fascinating conversations to listen to: "Hi ... no kidding? .. . uh huh . .. yeah ... really? ... O.K. ... yeah . .. see ya." Although the result of thirty-five minutes of the above, generally spoken i in prone position, is somewhat dubious, the answer readily given by the teen-ager is, "We were .studying together." The advantages of a liberal education. —SS. of Mrs DeBoer's grandmother, Mrs Severski. Mrs Al Wagner was confined to her bed several days with the flu. Mrs Don Kraus taught the primary grades at the public school Wednesday for Mrs Schaub. Christmas Day guests at the Leonard Arndorfer home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Daughan and Audra and Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and Kay. Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBocr and two chHdrejt were Christinas Day ' guests' ^S(hi£ rftother,"• Mrs Bendina DeBcfelr at Kanawha. Other relatives were also there. Guests at the 3. L. Walker home Dec. 23 to Dec. 28 were her parents, Mr and Mrs J. J. Jaeger of West Point, Neb. Carl Albee has moved his radio and television- repair shop recently from Corwith to their residence in Wesley. Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen went to Burlington over the Dec. llth weekend to Visit Mrs Hanson's sister, Mrs Esther Swanson and attended the wedding of Mrs Swanson's daughter Mildred to Erwin Beckman, Dec. 11. The Wesleyans spent one day in DOR Moines where Mrs Hanson had a routine check-up for diabetic trouble. Monday, Dec. 26. guests in the Victor Loebig. home were M/Sgt Merle Loebig, his wife, two daughters and one son of Sun Francisco, Calif; Sister M. Giovanni who teaches 8th grade girls at Franklin Park, Chicago, 111.: Ellen Loebig. a student at St. Mary's Academy at Milwaukee. Wis.; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ras- mutesen and three children of Forest City: Mr and Mrs John Loebig and three children of Britt and Mr and Mrs Elery Loebig and two children of Britt. The Algona Upper DCS Moines Thursday, December M, 1955 Al§6fla (la.) Opp«f D«» MoirtM-J, has the largest circulation in Kos- • . * • —-—-r-~ —— suth county of any publication. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAltT If UDM GlMiifitd* Par Ditidtftd* nusco WINDOWS 3ALVANIZED STEEL SELF STORING COMBINATION give« j'ou more convenience and com- r or} than any other combination window | •1USCO DOOR ^OODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 pan. Display at 116 So. Dodge. Algoni COOK'S SCRAP IRON AND METAL South Phillips St. Phone 848 CLGirresWins Corn Yield Trophy C. L. Girres of West 13end, and Burdette Hoeppner have been named Champion Fa,rtriers Hybrid Corn Growers in Kossuth County, it was announced by Fanners Hybrids of Hampton. The records that brought honors to these men show the application of sound land management practices and the use of adapted hybrid varieties. Girres used ''Farmers" 319 and produced 118.5 bushels: nnd Hoeppner used "Farmers" 319 and produced 115.2 bushels. These yields are adjusted to a uniform basis of 15Vi moisture. A personalized, engraved plaque was awarded to each of these men at the Champions' Recognition Dinner held recently at Hampton. This is an annual award presented by Farmers Hybrids to those who produce 100 bushels or more of No. 2 corn per acre in a selected 5-acre plot Stoaefr FELCO tests have shown that pigs eat a sugared pig starter quicker. That's why they go for FELCO SWEET CREEP Hog raisers know that the quicker baby pigs begin eating • starter, th« quicker they put on gains. So for good-doing, fast-gaining pigs, feed FELCO SWEET CREEP. Your pigs will love it, and more important, they'll put on the pounds. Stop in this week, and get some. Remember: FELCO Feeds are mixed fresh daily. Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley. Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burr. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock. Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City. West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend FELCO'S THE BEST-SAVING'S THE REST ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR "'Do- At SO-it's iM&mcr less I t's practically no effort at all for a sprinter to walk, It's a breeze for a weight-lifter to pick up § child, And so it is with the 1956 Buicks in cruising •-for these are the mightiest powered Buicks yet built, Take the '56 Buick CENTURY pictured here. It's almost a loaf for this beauty to cruise a fuperhighway at a legal 50 mph. At that point it's using less than 10% of its pedal- to-the-floor power, And that's just the reason for the record- high power and compression ratio in your big 322-cubic-inch V8 engine. You and your engine can take it easy so much of the time. 0«t 4-S*o»oo Comfort in your n«w Bwick with FglQIQAIBE CONDITIQNING —now ol a new fovy price • You have no qualms about the response at your command. Your power plant has no need to breathe hard—so it saves gas, stays young, lasts longer. So when you take the wheel of a '56 Buick, you take it easy, and still lead the parade. You know you can call out the reserves with a touch of your toe. And you find you silk through a whole day's driving with the flowing ease of today's new Variable Pitch Dynaflow.* For not only does this advanced ne\y Dynaflow give you stepped-up gas mileage Buick's 1956 power-packed CENTUiy hardtops—the 2-door Riviera, Model 66H (at top), and the 4-door Riviera, Model 63. and brilliant new getaway response at only part throttle. Not only does it permit you to switch the pitch for full-power safety-surge take-off. 7; also gives you absolute smoothness in acceleration and deceleration like you get in no other car in the world. Drop in on us this week for a sampling of the best performance yet — and for a first* hand look at what else goes with the be$| Buick yet. 'New Advanced Variable Pitch Dynaflow Is the pnty Dynaflow Buwk builds today. It it ttandard om Roadmastft, Super and Century — optional el modest extra coat on the Special. SEE JACKIE GlEASON ON TV- £«»t Saturday ft*nl^ -WHEN UTTER A*E euut IUICK wiu |t*u« 10S N. Hall BRANDT BUICK Algona, lows

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