The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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-?&*;•>• •-.-•7--**'•£'V. p -V^* : -v^Vv-"",'• '-,' ^^si^iliiJ;' i^iSS ; ^i;I^;|f ;; ' a, :^ TKLle Rock iLeglbn. Auxift rv-Will meet Wednesday; evening at the hall with initiation of all new members, including the junior members'. Hbstesses Win, be Mesdames Merwin'MarloW, Seegebarth, Jack Qui Richard Gross. The Lone meet for • the rttes 'M - : :-Btet . last- 'Monday lrijarrfin, infant so' -' ''Mrs -Leslie John MfiiiGMM . Morris (Jack' JohriSbnSi iuio wiorris and Jbhnsori; farn- i'lift -for ' Omaha •;.|br j >a Visit f'*r* Morrisp ?istef' arid fsni- tie .Way home they sibp- ,;»..,,Oakland for a .visit 'with; if jariies, Morris of •' San Bern- -fCalif,-who is Visiting fel- •>uuT<H>,-'-$nere', Mr arid Mrs Morris retilrfi'ejl home:Tuesday,* l ;...;; l|; f ?& *|AM|iLis: Cotton,, ., Jr.' : /anq' l '' i Miss Be^My Hedlund of Chicago,; 111!, Spentjthe Christmas holidays vis- itlnf ithe Angus Cottohf Sr. home. Miss:|Hedlund :Was a house 7 guest • a IS itWe* Kenneth Jackson : home. Chr,jdtmas day they iWere all ' at the Angus Cottpn Jijn iviflrio^Wii ivira ,wwv,.. arid Mrs.'HuMa u.n.. Topic 1 ? of the lessbrttis u All and;Through AH'and The w;hble' Wfty," Ind Will be. given by • Mrs Lawrence R&th^ - v" ^ Donald • Jensen, son of the E. M. Jensen's; left Saturday lot* Walker, Minn, to visit a few days before returning t6 school;at Lu- ther'college at'Decorah. Mrs Louise Godaen returned Monday evening to ,the home of Mrs iem MarloW after spending the Christmas .weeke'ftd -,at the Gerald Godden home in <Fort:St City. <'•''• ' ' • "•'••'" ••' ' ' ChrlsH,mas .day :-guests 'at the home df Mrs Lent MarlOw were Mr and Mrs Jess MarloW and family of Bancroft. Mr'and Mrs Fred Schmidt ^nd family and Mr and Mrs Eldon Marlow'a'nd son e Mr's Alfred S.chultz, Tim, Deb•a and Garry, Mrs Chet Alme and Shirley all of Ottosen' spent Thursday at the MaUde Blanchard home, Garry remained .here tnr> i few days. ^ -, «" and Mrs Herbert'; Nelson, Linda, Barry and Raridy, :Mr and •MrfiNeal .Miehaelsen and/family aw, Mrl Mary MichafelseH wefe guests' Friday,''evening at. the Donald : Michia|lsen home, for a 1 CnriktmHS SUS,&n Blanchard is spending a'ieW days at the Elmer Frank horne at Swea City. Larry Frank ; ig^vjisiting - here., with'•' Craig BlariChard. • - :,•.* :';;/}•.»•:' ",. '. Callers- Ias%;w6ek''at the Leslie Jdhnsbn h'&niel .were Mesdames Geo;"B. Long,*E.'-M. Jensen, 'Carl . Pe'terS*on, Art?>Prlebe. v Clarence : Martin, E." A. Lee, A. A. ; Krtrc&e.r, > Ronald Christehsoir arid Clarence Kraft. Mr and Mr§ Alfred--Schultz arid >Debra .of, pttps|n," Mr and i Mrs; Eldon -Wai'nkeJ. Of Yale, Mr and^Mrs Verhon ATohrison of Armstrong, Mi- >.'and Mrs'R. W. Williams^of Estherville and Jim Lar' sbh of Sioux City. ,, Mr > and Mrs Delnaar Angus, Georgia. Ann and Joy. of Burt, (Mrs Robert Angus and Susan, Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer called Wednesday evening;*! the JFred '•••.-; Genrich home. '• '*'•'•! ^".". I .. •>••':'• Wayne Tyler-of Ohalia, l^eb., Spent" overnight visiting Mrs Amanda Pettit and .family' on Thursday. - . . Mr and Mrs Chas: Morris visited^ in Graettinger Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Mamie Fitz Patrick, and on Thursday they called' at the Henry Manus home 'or , . . _ . . ,. Rev : arid Mrs C. E. Nordine, Marlene 'and Stanley, visitbd his mother Mrs Matilda Nordine who has been ill at Albert City, Wednesday. . - ., Mrs Floyd Salisbury and family returned -home Tuesday after visiting over-the holidays-at the parental Joe Hertz home at Rolfe. wjjiioiinns j^ttJtJ'j'* ' . j,j • • ,' :: yMr, aM iMfs Elwood Nelson arid famuji't -Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and .Mrg^tfenry , Nelson of Titonka githered-^t^ ,the Ver)a NfelsOtt homejChristmias Eve for & Christmas rJarty and gift exchange, ', Chr4stmSs Day dinner 'guests at the Beh', Lampe home were Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and boys, Mr (and = Mrs Gene Lampe and family and/Mr and Mrs Harold Lampe and family of Bancroft. • Mr- and;Mrs Elwood Nelson entertained the following guests in their home Christmas Day. 'Mrs Mary "Michaelsen, Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Henry Nelson of Titonka. Mrs Elvira Christensen., anc family spent Christmas! day ;ai the Roger Schmidt home, east bi Titonka. Mrs Roger Schmidt $ the former Phyllis Christensen. ' Mr and Mrs'Rolan'Chrtstens'en and two little boys of Vandalia WANT ADS .BRING RESULTS R y sco WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION, gives yOu more convenience and comfort than any other combination window I : ' . RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home! Charles Miller HUSCO SALES 'Phone 741-W after 6 pjn. Display at 116 So. Dodge. Algona ••••••-•.••;•• . •' jjjjfe..' ' •:•',.:, ' afrfyl^;||aridBy afternoon, to v lkr "^ i-with his mathe* aftd . • Wrs GfiBef;iTOnaj'y"'flnd Mrs Bill ' Mr arid, Mi's Frank \ Becker atid family, Mr,)ahd Mrs Har,old Beck:'"'; and,i|Mt and Mrs R'dsctfe ..jawdslw|8perit Christmas ^t the MartirifBitKer home in AlgoHa, Mrs: ; ;;R|y$sMcWhorter recefVed ,,ord,,6£j'tne"sudden death of her, fath'er,'ji|r'fi. B. McCorkle, TueJi- day,riibrhiftg'at'the St. Olaf hospital atl^ustirt, Minn. The .<fU« neraB^aS'^Dec. 29. "-.t-t Mf aridvMrs Ray McCorkle of Austin, ' Minn, -and Dortald McCorkle of, St. Louis, Mo. visited Wednesday at the Hay McWhorter-home. * v • ' ' „. Mr and ; Mrs Jesse Harms and family Were 'Christmas Day din'"' at : 'the Carl^Harms - - ••••• • .-Mrs Verle'N^elsbn and boys, :fMr and -Mrs WiiHam Hauptly aitld th,e 'Merle 'Browns had Christmas dinner at tfie Elmer HaUptly home in Garner. Mrs Elrrier; Hauptly is an aunt of Mrs • •-• ' • : , Mrs Jesse Harms Mary 'and Harris 16ft l; Friday morning for . RiCe,- '^Vhere they .will visit Mr and Mrs John Harms and f am- and^Mf3-Herbert , Barry and/Randy and ienry Nslsw df'Titohkarai ta' Carpenter Mdnday to ser tftf newv baby -Bby,- JameS Lewfell^ jorn te w;and Mrs Lowell gas* per reti'htly. Mrs HenryV, Nelg son, mother of Mrs Jasper^: re» turned with therft'to her horne in Titonka, "after spending several days helping 'CBre, for the neW, DV • ' ''"• ' * ' ' '•'"'"'• Mr and Mrs llarry St McCorkle of Glendale,. Cal., dropped in ^t the Ray Mcwhorter horne Friday morning for a visit; They dame to Algona to spend Christmas With Mrs McCorkleV parents, Mrs McCorkle; was formerly Barbara Harv s ey^ 'T visited at the Frank home. '.'.-•, •BURT JJy Mrs Jessie Rash Mr and Mrs Wm. Batt spent Christmas Sunday with the form- erts mother, Mrs Bertha Batt jn St. Benedict and on Christmas had members of their imr 'mediate family . at their ' home for the day. Those present were Mr and Mrs Wm. Batt Jr., and children; Irvington, Mr and Mrs Wars Qarman Sr, v ',rs ., Isenbergef v were^ -CMStoas • day finer guests'', at |tl)le;L*W«nw ' ' Ci.ll *»***•»**•;.• ',*, - ; :•- . 1 ', .y ' . , illc Boy Sciciuts; ; afe"haying•:•> ^ajjer drive fatly Jin; (J|huary«- JfivW- your ne^pagefs lor theini Micdel ig- dev r'the birth of a |on ^Wednesday, flee. 28^0 Mr a&d Mrs'"Ofer-ald . ttiedel ^. of /edar kpid8,,TtebaW weighed gibs 3 02. land has .be*n,named, K6 :vih Gerald, This ,1s/the JIfst &sonf6r,the medals. Henry Datken iaJhe; jaaby's;great grand?, Mher,. ;-;. %;>?• '?';•V' 1 '".;:;:' ^>-'j> arid 'Mrs Deah.; Crawford the;latter's ""ttf Sd Mrs eiiitori gtbw last week. ^MKAbbasMS 'employed W /Algana.: -and Mrs Abbas a&istraithe 17-JEWEL GENTS WATER-PROOF - SHOCK-PROOF • Lifetime Main? Spring „ .• Sweep Second Hdnd • Fully Guaranteed .«'''• While They Last emembe, too: You'H share 1 in 4 coopsratlve Wngs.^op qua% FELCO .STARTER and" cooperative savings, tob| You/can't bwt a deal like that. Askyour ne,flh. bor about Felco, then stoV in and see us this 1 week, ; •* Farmers Cooperative ' . Society, Wesley Elev. Co., Lone Rock Lone Hock Copperative " Fenion Cooperative , Elev. Co., .sFenton •Farmefs Cooperative Elev. Co., Swea City West Bend Elev. Co« West Bend Burt Cooperative Elev. 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