The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1956 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1956
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6-A?gond (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 10, 1956 LuVerne Girl Bride Jan. 1 Of St. Paul, Minn. Man LuVerne — The marriage of Miss Arylne June Thomas, St. Paul, Minn., daughter of Mr and Mrs Beit Thomas of LuVerne and George Robert Johnson, also of St. Paul took place Sunday afternoon, Jan. I. 2:00 p.m. in the LuVerne Methodist church. The Rev. Robert Kessinger read (fie double ring service. They were attended by the bride's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mis William Schoenrock, St. Paul. The couple will make their home in St. Paul where they are employed. Hostesses To Clubs Mrs Martha Schneider entertained the Friendly Card 500 club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Anna Blumer. Mrs Henry Pergande and Mrs Ernest Meyer Jr. After two tables of play refreshments were served. Just For Fun Card Club were guests in the home of Mrs Gordon Gregory Tuesday afternoon. At play of 500, awards, Mrs Harold Wolf, Mrs Wayne Warmbier and Mrs Robert Nielson. The next meeting will be with Mrs Nielson. Evangelical Women Met The Evangelical Woman's Society met in the church rooms Thursday afternoon. The meeting was conducted by the chairman, Mrs Bernard Wolf. The devotional service was led by Mrs Harry Naffziger. The study lesson was given by Mrs Fred Merkle. The closing thought was given by Mrs Arthur Maass. Mrs William Marty was the hostess, serving refreshments. W.S.C.S. Circles Circles of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met Thursday, January 5. Circle' 1 in the home of Miss Myrtle Jordan assisted by Mrs Phil C. Henderson. The devotions were led by Mrs Grover Rentz. Mrs Loyd Larson had the lesson study. Mrs Harold Wolf, circle chairman, was in charge of business. Circle 2 met in the farm home of Mrs Clarence Krause, assisted by Mrs Earl Neal. The devotions were led by Mrs AJvin Weber. Mrs Ralph Stoll gave the lesson study. Mrs Jessie Sanford, circle chairman, conducted the business. * Recent overnight guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk were her niece, Mr and Mrs J. R. McCall, children Johnny and . Mary Lynn of Winnipeg, Canada. They have spent the holidays with relatives in Iowa. Mrs Dora Ramus is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Andrew , Hanson and children in Union Grove, Wis.> Mrs . Lizzie Frost returned to her home Thursday frpm Bode where she had visited her daughter, Mr and Mrs Oscar Hagen and children. Mrs Beatrice Lichty Harrison daughters, Mr and Mrs Jack Simms, Mrs Lloyd Maggrell of Domain Manitoba, Canada; Mr and Mrs.Don C. Lichty, Lee H. Lichty of Chicago were called here by the death of their brother Joseph L. Lichty. Mr and Mrs Harry Groves of Minneapolis, Minn, visited her mother, Mrs Glenniss Harper and daughters the past week. Monday overnight guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Van Hansen were, her sister, Mr and Mrs A. L. Struthers and children of Oakdale. Mrs B. E. Martin and son Pfc. Larry Martin, Fort Benning, Ga. visited Monday and Tuesday in Cedar Falls in the home of Mr and Mrs H. J. Van Hauen, parents of Mrs Martin. • Livermore by Lena Altman Mr and Mrs Tommy Davis and son were Christmas dinner guests at Willard Day home in Webster City. They were supper guests at the George Davis home. Mr and Mrs August Elbert and sons, and John Elbert, and the Robert Davis family were dinner guests Christmas Day at the Earl Anliker home in Ottosen. Josephine Wiedemeyer spent Christmas and Monday with her relatives in Carroll. Father O. M. Sturm also visited in Carroll Sunday and Monday. Mr and Mrs Elwood Rummens visited Thursday and Friday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs- Paul Pizer, and daughter Cindy at Piper City, 111. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg entertained their family at a Christmas dinner Monday. They included Mr and Mrs Dwain Benge and family of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Irviri Underberg and family of Swaledale, Mr and Mrs Robert Pfaff of towa City. Mr and Mrs James Noonan of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs J. M. Olson of Bode, Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Robert Foley, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Underberg of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Herman Gronbach spent Christmas Eve at the home of their son, Harold Gronbach & family. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn and Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt visited Monday with Mr Vaudt's mother, who is a patient at a Cherokee hospital. Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson entertained Mr and Mrs Jimmy Wilson and family of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Virgil Wilson and family of Eagle Grove, and Mrs Paul Druschella of Dakota City at Christmas dinner Mon. day. Mr and Mrs Lloyd F. Smith were January 1 dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Ernest Haack and Geraldine in Livermore. Mrs Ray Stone took their daughter back to Iowa State College, Ames, Tuesday. Mrs Stone then went to Cedar Falls to visit her mother, Mrs E. A. Schroeder and other relatives. Mr and Mrs William McCall of Chicago, Mr and Mrs Fergersen McOall of Glen Ellyn, 111. were called her Monday, by the death Sunday of Joseph Lichty, father of thn ladies. L. Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley and Dawn of Kansas City came Monday to the parental Phil C. Lichty home. They came to attend funeral of their uncle, Joseph L. Lichty, also called by the illness of Mrs Phil Lichty. George Jeffers went to Mason City Tuesday where he has enrolled in the Hamilton Business College. George, just recently returned from overseas service in Korea and is now discharged. Mrs Yvonne Schmit is confined in her home at Irvington with the mumps. Mrs Harold Nielson is teaching Mrs Schmit's second grade in LuVerne school. Mi and Mrs DeRay Lichty of Mason City attended the funeral rites of his uncle Joseph Lichty Wednesday afternoon in the Evangelical United Brethren church. Attending installation services of the order of Masons and Eastern Stars in Corwith Thursday evening from LuVerne were Mr and Mrs A. A. Schipull, Mr and Mrs George Wolf, Mr and Mrs G M. Will, Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, and Mr and Mrs Robert Barber. A $65,000 blaze destroyed the BeUevue Legion building, following one of the worst fires in Bellevue's history. Mr and Mrs Elwood Rummens attended a Christmas family gathering at the home of Mrs Rummens' parents', Mr and Mrs Chris Lucksinger,' in Humboldt. Others present were Mr and Mrs Iryin Friday and family of Renwick and Charles, and Dennis Alden of Hardy. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Beers spent the day Christmas with Mrs Beers' sister in Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Dean Hohn of Mankato, Minn., spent the day Monday at the Fred Hintz home. Mrs Hohn is Mrs Hintz' niece. A. C. Gary Hintz, who is stationed at San Antonio, Tex., is spending a two week's furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz. Dinner guests Christmas day at the Elwood Rummens home were Mr and Mrs , Chris Lucksinger of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Wayne Jones of Chicago, 111.; Mr and Mrs Irwin Friday and family of Ren wick; Larry Roff of Renwick; Nancy Seger of Hardy, and Fannie Learmont of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Tidebeck and sons spent Christmas Eve with his parents, Mr and Mrs Russell Tidebeck, in Belmond. Mr and Mrs Henry Strunc and family spent Christmas and Monday with Mrs Strunc's parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Rust Sr., ia Carroll. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Underberg were dinner guests Christmas Eve at the Dwane Benge home at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz and A. C. Gary Hintz of Lacton Air Base, San Antonio, Tex., were Christmas dinner guests of her mother, Mrs William Ramus, in LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz attended the funeral services of Mrs Amelia Pergande at the Lutheran Church in LuVerne Monday afternoon. Mrs Pergande is Mr Hintz' aunt. Mr and Mrs George Foth entertained their family at Christmas dinner Monday, Dec. 26. Present were Mr and Mrs Gordon Foth and family of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Thomas Crahan and family of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Richard Foth and family and Mr and Mrs Allan Foth and family. Mike and Nick Altman and Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona were Christmas dinner guests at the Joe Melavin home in Humboldt. Everett Raney is confined to dinner Rnesls of his parents, Mr and Mrs Steve Baker, in LuVerne. Ole Jacobsoivof Denver, Colo.^ visited Sunday and Monday at the Culvert Johnson home. Maurice Olson, who spent a furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs John Olson and with his wife in Fort Dodge returned to Camp Chaffee, Ark., Tuesday. Leona Foley, who spent »last week visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs James Noonan, in Eagle Grove, returned home Thursday. Mrs Frank Sprong and spent the holidays in St. Louis. Mo. visiting Mrs Sprong's daughters, Mrs Michael Murphy and Mrs Glen Hughes. They have now returned home. Mrs Grace Leonard and little granddaughter of Cedar Rapids spent a week here visiting at the Leo Kilts home. Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Mrs Johanna Smith home were Mr and Mrs Clyde Smith, Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith and daughter, Delmar Smith, Mr and Mrs Karsten Kvitli and son, Mr and Mrs «Milton Armstrong and family, and Mr and Mrs Albert Bordwell and Karen. Mr and Mrs Jay Richie and family and Mrs Sylvia Weaver of Mason City spent Christmas at the, Roy Smith home. Mrs Weaver is their daughter and Mrs Richie their niece. Dinner guests Monday, Dec. 26th, at the Milton Armstrong home were Mrs Johanna Smith and son Donald, Mr and Mrs Clyde Smith, Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith and daughter, Mr and Mrs Karsten Kvitli and son and Mr and Mrs Albert Bordwell and Karen. Marilyn McKenna, who spent her Christmas vacation with her sister, Mrs Jack Uhlenhake, at Mechanicsville, has returned home. Dinner guests Friday evening at the Arlo McGowan home were Mr and Mrs Ed Olson and daughter of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Wayne Dealmer and daughter of Woolstock, Mr and Mrs Carl Whistler and daughter of Webster City, and Mr and Mrs Jim Youngcros of Renwick. Mr and Mrs Milo Smith and family of Dallas. Tex., spent Christmas here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Zeak Smith. Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz and family have returned home from Pine River, Minn., where they visited Mrs Schultz' parents, Mr and Mrs Rov Swenson. Mr and Mrs Arlo McGow_an and family were Christmas dinner guests at the Mrs Blanche O'Malley home in Renwick. •Mr and Mrs Chester Ogan were Thursday evening visitors at the Francis Krause home in Renwick. Mrs Johanna Smith and son Donald attended the funeral services Wednesday of the infant twin daughter of Mr and Mrs peorge Buscher at St. Mary's church in Humboldt. Mrs. Smith is Mrs Buscher's .aunt. Dinner guests Monday at the Chester Ogan home were Mr and Mrs John Jacobson and- son Glen of Rutland. Tuesday they entertained Mr and Mrs Francis Krause of Corwith. Mrs Rose Hefty of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hefty and son of Renwick and Jean Krause of Greeley, Colo, Mrs Maggie Johnson of Humboldt and Miss Marie Holligan of Ames visited Friday with their sister, Mrs Johanna Smith, and nenhew Donald Smith. Dinner and supper guests Christmas at the Roy Brown home were Mr and Mrs Herman. Gronbach, Mr and Mrs Harold Gronbach and family, Mr and Mrs Kelly Gronbach and family. Mr and Mrs Allen Sinclair and family, Mr and Mrs Dick Cron and family and Charles Brown. Mr and Mrs' Ravmond Berte and family and Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family were Christmas Eve dinner guests of their parents, Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt. Mrs Air JANUARY the home of his mother, Mrs Leila Raney, with illness. Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker and Daryl and Janine were Second Lieutenant and Jim Berryhill of Lackton Base, San Antonio, Tex. visited from Friday until Monday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill. They left Monday for Superior, Wis., where they visited his brothel, Bi ( 11 BerryhiU, and wife. They will report to Mission, Tex., Jan. 10. Lieutenant and Mrs Berryhill and Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill and Mrs Cora Greenwood were Christmas dinner guests at the Zell Berryhill home in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Victor Newton of Clarion, "Snippy" Davis of Wayne, Neb., and Denny Davis of Ireton were Christmas dinner guests at the Cramer Davis home. The Junior Youth Fellowship spent the evening Tuesday evening caroling and later enjoyed a Christmas party at the Paul Jarvis home. The Senior Youth Fellowship enjoyed a Christmas party Wednesday evening, Dec. 21, at the Jarvis home following the Christmas program at school house. IN THE CHRISCHILLES STORE READY TO WEAR DEPT. 100 FINE WINTER COATS Don't overlook the ready to wear department. A fine selection of warm, NEW winter coats, radically reduced as well as a complete size range of dresses — to "tide you over'' the winter days ahead. 150 QUALITY WINTER DRESSES SPECIAL FOR JANUARY SALE BEGINS THURSDAY JANUARY 12th at the CHRISCHILLES STORE TEN PAYS OF SENSATIONAL BARGAINS READ CAREFULLY This is a sale of QUALITY merchandise. Almost everything in this advertisement is directly from our own stock, where QUALITY is our watchword. The few "specials" we are offering are ALL from firms with whom we do regular business, thus insuring you the same high quality as you find every day in this store. So we say - BUY WITH CONFIDENCE from Name Brands you are familiar with. Remember there is no substitute for QUALITY. PIECE GOODS sortments piece gooi offered fc such well known brands Bates, Burlington Mil Hcelli and Lebanon ens — hundreds o This is a big saving on nationally known PEQUOT brand, high count, muslin sheets and cases., Here's a name you've known of 50 years — the strongest, the best muslin on the market. Fully bleached and full size. 81 x 108 inch sheets $2.29 72 x 108 inch sheets 2.19 36x42 cases 49c Exceptional values in towels and wash cloths. You'll just have to come in and see the wonderful assortment we are offering for this January Sale- This includes budget towels and also first quality Martex tweeds, the latest in towel "styles". We are OVERSTOCKED on towels and have REALLY CUT PRICES. Big range from 29c to $1.98. ALL WOOL BLANKET SPECIAL We have one super-special in an all virgin wool Faribo blanket, full sized, extra quality, full color range including pink, yellow and green. This blanket is FULLY GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS and backed by our reputation for QUALITY. Regular 15-95 for 12.88. UNBEATABLE VALUES NYLON RAYON SCATTER RUO - Your first chance to buy a new rayon- nylon scatter rug at a REAL BARGAIN PRICE. Six beautiful colors - a thick oval shape, 27 x 48 and fringed only $3-88 MATTRESS PADS - This is another "ANNUAL EVENT" - this sale of fine quality, full bleached, zig-zag stitched mattress pads. Bought especially for this sale from our regular source. 54 x 76 at $3.39 39 x 76 at $2.59 RAYON DISH TOWELS - Here's the dish towel you've been looking for- new miracle blend of rayon and cotton, giant size, 30 x 30 lintless, dries twice as fast, pre-shrunk, ready to use, a real buy 4 for $1.00 A JANUARY SALE wouldn't be complete without a big remnant clearance — a choice of hundreds of yards of fine piece goods. ALL KINDS 1/3 OFF SWEATERS — A fine assortment of orlon and wool sweaters in good styles — a general cleanup of broken sizes and styles, all colors, regular stock, (a few cashmeres are included.) ALL AT REDUCED PRICES I 2.79 to 13.95 GENUINE STEVENS ALL LINEN TOWELING Another annual event, this recognized quality ALL LINEN TOWELING, the world's best, full bleached, 18 inches wide, we've sold this famous toweling for 60 years ------------ 39c per yard ONCE-A-YEAR DRAPERY SPECIAL Also dozens of other items including Girdles and bra's, blouses, gowns and pajamas' purses, handkerchiefs, head-scarfs, hosiery, gloves, guest towels, belts, jewelry — you just have to BE HERE to see and appreciate the wonderful bargains. This is an annual event when we reduce our drapery stock by offering bolt after bolt from OUR REGULAR STOCK (no shipped in goods) of hand picked drapery fabrics from country's LEADING DRAPERY MANUFACTURERS, at SHARPLY REDUCED PRICES. If you have been putting off buying drapery for that "special room" come in for this sale and SAVE 79c to $1.69 BEDSPREADS: This is your FIRST OPPORTUNITY to buy a genuine Morgan Jones heirloom spread, full size, reversible, colors pink, white, green and yellow for th« small price of only « $12.88

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