The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1956
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(la.) Uppftr D«M<JlniM , January 24, T9S6 ^sif Sfet- *-• ! . : M't j^&fi* Mrs CHarles Wagner has beeri on the sick list: with flu and a gall bladder attack. • Arthur Obrecht has been work- irig on an interior decorating job at Pocahontas the past week. Mr and Mrs L. J. Nelson had Mr nnd Mrs G. D. Hart of Ban* croft as recent dinner guests. Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips were visited Thursday by Mr and Mi's M. E. McClain of Fremont, Nib. Leonard Meissner spent from last week Monday till Thursday attending a sales meeting at St. Paul, Minn. George, Diane and Barbara Newland, children of Mr and Mrs George Newland, are recovering from chicken pox. : Royanne, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. C. Nichols had a tonsil lec- tomy at the Meyer and Richardson clinic a week ago Friday. Mr and Mrs Alex Nielsen were visited last weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Glen Nielsen of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish and Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland drove te Ames last weekend to visit the son and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jerry Beamish. • Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins have been visited by the former's mother, Mrs L. B. Parkins, of Brazil, Ind., who came Dec. 24 and concluded the visit Saturday. ' Mr and Mrs Gale Siockwell went to Britt Monday to attend the funeral services for Mrs Stockwell's aunt, Mrs Cyrus Eisman, 85, who died following a stroke. The January' meeting of the Plum Creek 4-H Club was held at the Plum Creek Community Room. It was Dad's night and our families were guests to a potluck supper. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson had their son-in-law, Harold Anderson of Pennington, Minn., as overnight guest Friday. He was enroute to Spencer to transact business. Mr and Mrs Earl C. Cooper and children visited Sunday at Pocahontas with the former's mother, Mrs Cora Cooper, who is recuperating from a broken hip at the -Good Samaritan Home. Carole Nutter, home economics teacher here, went to Jolley Friday to attend the funeral services for her grandmother, Mrs Ed Nutter, 78. Mrs Nutter was af? cousin of Mrs Mattie McWhorter. Mrs Frank Ostrum and grandson Jerry are leaving Thursday for Mankato, Minn., and will spend the weekend with Mr and Mrs Ed Ostrum. Jerry was sick last week with tonsillitis and throat infection. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson und the lattcr's parents, Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwell were visited u week ago Sunday by Mr and Mrs William De Kruif, of Mason City. Mrs DeKruif is also a daughter of the Stockwells. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel haci the former's parents, Mr and Mrs W. O. Riedel of Hurt as dinner guests last week Sunday. Tuesday evening the junior Rie- clels were guests of Mr and Mrs Monte Kinseth. Claude Samson is gradually improving from the recent light stroke he suffered a few months ago and during the mildei weather the first part of January .Mrs Bob Schoby has been confined to her home the past week with sciatica. Mrs Max Mesing and son Wallace spent Friday at Mason City with friends. Mrs V. L. Gunder was hostess to the members of her-Thimble Club Monday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs Harold Meyer spent Sunday at Des Moines where the doctor attended a board meeting. Charie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson was absent from school a few days last week with a throat infection. Mr and Mrs Robert Welter spent alst week Sunday at Corwith with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs R. C. Welter. Mrs Minnie Matern was recently visited by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Mchael Matern of Norwood, Minn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lallier entertained Mr and Mrs Maurice Laubenthal of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs L. J. Heed drove to Sherburn, Minn, last week Sunday to see the latter's father, Charles Bassett who is hospitalized there. Mrs Ray Cook has been absent from the Ben Franklin' store a few days last week. She was suffering an ear and throat infection and sinusitis. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen will have their son Darrell home over the weekend between semesters. He is a student at St. Thomas college, St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hislau had as dinner guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Ristau and son Rickie Ray of Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck Sr. spent Thursday and Friday at Minneapolis, Minn., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs D. D. Greer and family. Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer were visited over the weekend by their son Richard and his fiancee Alice Floyd of Vinton. Richard is employed there at the Collins radio shop. Honor Host Of G.6.C Volunteers About 136 persons attended Ground Observer Corpse Day festivities at Lucia Wallace school Wednesday night. Top awai'd given by the air corps during the night ^ent to Edward Roepke. Hfe Was given the distinguished achievement award for his efforts in designing and helping to erect the new GOC tower recently. Presentation was by Lt, Levine,' Mason City detachment commander, who also gave over 60 other awards during the night. Short talks were presented by Levine and Mayor C. C. Shierk. John Wood, local supervisor of the GOC, was given a supervisor's certificate by Levine. , Twenty-five persons received the meritorious award and service badge with 250 hour badge They were Charles D. Paxson Robert E. Carr, Rev. G. G. Hallauer, C. C. Shierk, Edward Roepke, Raymond Reid, Glent Harms, Herbert Schauer, Hfen- ncth Hackbarth, Emil Lovsttld, Richard Godfredsen, William Foth, Glenn Jones, Robert Mc'% Mahon, William Laing, J a e Givens, Dave Macumber, Larry Wicks, Robert Hardy, Allen Hidlebaugh, Glenn Strayer, Firman Laing, Jr., John Wood, A. E. Briggs and Jean Miner. One hundred hour service oadges went to Dr. N. J. Kelley, Vern Burns, Garry Cook, Paul ^hristoffers, Darrel Fisher, Char- Ics r am Miller,. N%oi ClafK, tfoenkj 'frajfiard Esser, 1L_ Huher, j Dbhald GoedeVs, | Glenrt 2ulpertso : n, Leonard, Meissner, Eugene Co6kt Kenneth IHarris, David .Mutchins, Charles | Clark, A. F. Agena, James Sheridan, j Zlilabel AAftenbauer,',. Ratficia i Thpiripsori,. .Rebecca .' Jergenaon; CafoifSheije. Judy Refndets, Judy Strahorn, Joyce Huenhold, Karen Mishak, Sandra Strfahprn, Marcia Anderson, Cheryl< Im- rnerfali, Carole Wittkopf, anna ;Steele r Margaret Hard and ;Kifieh; Hutchins, -Wings', 'were also presented'Ap 22 Gfrl Scouts r whb did npft have them. 5 Day Spell of 16 To 21 Below Hits Kossutli Area lub . Mr and Mrs L. J. Reed, Mrs Mel Thompson Mrs Raymond Stoeb £ f and Fenton brother-in-law Reed, Ister of Mrs Moines Sunie auto show. Organize 20th' 4-H Girls, A new girl'si'W$i club was recently organi?lecl in Kossiith County. This/is the 26th girl's* dub' and has /been organized in Springfield township fot girls y in or around thaft area. Edith Risk/daughter of Mr and Mrs Merle IRisk, Elmore, Minn., was elected? as president with Sylvia Wilhelmi, daughter of'Mf; and Mrs Ada/n Wilhelmi, Elrnore,< Minn., .electad as secretary-trea- s surer. Othyfer officers and^club chairtrjfcn: ; #ilt' be elected \«E/ the 'to be held^Keb. 8 at the Merle Risk next n?6et at 7:30 pj home. Girls lfo-21 are invited to join this 4-H/club and are urged to attend t/ie meeting on Feb'. 8, WE ARE HAPPY tO ANNOUNCE THAT Fred Lupkes was taken down town by daughter, Mrs Victor Parsons his Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph and family spent a week ago Saturday at Fort Dodge with Mrs Joseph's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bert Smith. The Smiths and their sons Dan and Stove spent last week Muncl;\>' here with the Josephs. Mr and Mrs Ted Monger who have been living at Sioux City sire now at Omaha, Neb. Mrs Monger is the Conner Shirle.v Moo, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe. Mr Monger is manHROI: of a parts department fin Plymouth and other ears. Mr and Mrs Robert Carney Mrs Ileinie Fisher and Mrs Mur> Lytle spent Sunday at Rochester. Minn., where they visited Mi Fisher who is jn St. Mary's hospital and Mrs H. H. Waller who is in the Methodist hospital, and also Kenneth Cook in St. Mary's hospital. Gloria Joseph was given an after school party Tuesday by her mother, Mrs Orval Joseph. ;< eeiebration of her i'.th birthday Guests were Jane Andrews Joyi'f" Anderson. Juvlv Eyel. l.vnn and Leslie Norton, Jeunette Rne- pke, Diane Strobbe and the honoree's sister Kathy. Mrs Paul Parkins spent frcw Monday till Wednesday at Graettinger with her brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs fiob Sim onsen. Mrs Simon^en will bi remembered as Sue Morlan and was a cosmetologist here. Tin daughter Sandra Simonsen h;,d an appendectomy ut the E^tlier- ville hospital and Mrs Parkins assisted in the work at home. Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevik of Elmore, Minn, are proud par- ants ol their Jirst child, a bov born Jan. 19, and weighing; 7 Ibs. 1 02. Mrs Hanevik is tin former Donii" Rent/,, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Milo Rentx, Algona. Mrs Hanevik will stay a or 0 weeks with Her parents, as Mr Hanevik is in the air force stationed at San Francisco. He will sick""15'sTwifh flu. She has been staying with Mrs Agnes Laidley who has not been well of- late. Her daughter, Mrs Milton Dahl is with her during Mrs McGuire's sickness. Mrs Fay Minard and son George, 7, have returned from Iowa City al'.er George had a •heck up ai ih-e orthopedic hos- )ital and '?.&£. .-ii braces changed. -Ie suffer*-.! .23 :sr.r.ack of polio some tinve fei>v .ind has been under doe:.-..";'" r.:ire since then with ptrio-i:.; ^.T.-i.r^nations. Mr and Mrs Arthor Mallory of riampton were fi*:e Thursday to see the lattcr's Mrs Isabel Eiauser who -x-** taken to St. Ann hospital Wednesday. She nas not made good recovery from an attack of ilu. They also visited Dora Mitchell, sister of Mrs Mauser and Mrs Mallory. Mr and Mrs Douglas Wildin had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig and Randy of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Adrian Harig, Raymond Harig, Julius and Merle Ann, of LuVcrne, Mr and Mrs August Harig, Mr and Mrs Leslie Wildin and son Leslie Don, Mrs Elsie Hansen and Junior Zeigler. Mrs Thomas Hubbard left Wednesday for her home at Portland, Ore., after a visit of seven weeks with her aunt, Mrs Tilla McCall. Mrs Hubbard and hei sister, Mrs Stella Miller came to be with Mrs McCall during lici recent sickness. Mrs Miller returned home three weeks ago. The women are sisters and arc former residents here. has joined our SERVICE DEPT. \ Fred has been a top-rated mechanic in thjs area for many years. He will welcome dll his old customers at his new place of operation . . . and invites all others to let him help with their auto needs. CENTRAL MTOR — > •- 4 " 1 ' "• '•' '•• " DE SOTO The weather has been a niain topic of conversation all over the area for the, past seven days- end because of one main feature LOW TEMPERATURES. According to Weatherman Stu Albright at the airport, our low reading for each of 'those days dipped below zerp, and on five occasions, way below.;_ / All this and snow, too. We got over 3Vfe inches of snow, worth blmosUa sixth of an inch of •m ' itil Wednesday and Thursday af 'he white stuff ushered in anottfc*- arctic blast, Lowest reading during the period was Saturday morning when the mercury dropped to 24 be- ow, but a -19 Sunday and -21 .Monday also gave everyone fits, 'rendering many cars useless, making coal piles disappear and running fuel oil through furnaces in record-breaking fashion. Readings for the week: Dale Hi L Jan. 17 — 10 -1 Jan. 18 6 -4 •Jan. 19 —- — 6- .-18 Jan. 20 -5 -13 Jan. 21 - Q -24. Jan. 22 II 8 -10 Jan. 23 >~ -21 Wednesday's snow slowed traffic and became packed on city streets and made highway travel hazardous in protected areas. Roads are near normal now. More snow is in the forecast. Lorraine Arndorfer, daughter of and Mrs John. Afrndorfer, quaintance there they of a new „Williams family boy and &t\i Anita Simons Is Honored With f f; Jttli. 22 St; B-enedlel — 'Ai" pre-nuptia shower in honor of Anita Simons was hfeld Jan. 22 at the St. Benedict school hall. Anita, who is a daughter 6f Mr and Mrs George Simons, will become the bride of William Degen of Whittemore Jan. 28. "500" was the entertainment. Door prize was won by Mrs Herb Arndorfer, high prize by Mrs Lawrence Cink, low by Mrs Al Rosenmeyer, and plate prize by Mrs Henry Arndorfer. Infant's Baptism Ronald Bernard, infant son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Recker, born Jan. 11, was baptized Sun- 4ay by Father 'Ahmann. Sponsors were Elmer Hellman and Mrs MM& Kisch. '•.<•. Return From Coast Mr and Mrs Leo Ludwig will be back from a California trip of almost three weeks, by the time this news reaches you. . They made the trip both ways by rail. While there they visited Mr and Mrs E. C. Campbell of Los Angeles, the latter, the former daughter of the John ";•.---;-,.,,,„, At the same city they visited MiS LiidwiB's brother and sister-in law and niece, the Oscar Simons family. At Los Angeles another brother of Mrs Ludwig, Albert and his wife Eileen were visited, also Eileen's parents, Mr and^Mrs Joe TJlricn of Culver City, Calif. At Long Beach a brother and sister-in^aw of Leo Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Tenor Ludwig, were visited. Harriet Simons kept the home fires burning. C. D. of A. Parly On Jan. 19 the C. D. of A. had its monthly meeting. Betty Daley is the grand regent of this court. The members approved of giving $200 worth of maps, books, and other necessities to the school. Frances Capesius was cnairiaay of the lunch committee. Jean Eischen, Caroline Kunkel and Mary Jane Lickteig were also on this committee. Prizes were given' out by the entertainment committee. Esther Mayer was chairlady of this group. Others were Johanna Klemm, Theresa Ann Hardcopf and Anita Simons and they presented prizes to Lillian Thilges, Anna Eischen Agnes Grandgenett, Betty Daley and Marie Arndorfer. , Mr and Mrs Sim Hirner and their son motored to Elko, Wis Nov. 20 to the home of their dau ghter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs 'W. J. Williams and family. While AFREifOOK Showed Me tteWay To Relief The 130-page illustrated book that describes symptoms, causes and treatment of Piles, fistula and other rectal and colonic disorders has been the means of showing the way to relief and happiness for thousands of men and women. It gives the facts. It tells you why you need not suffer when you can so easily get relief for your troubles. For a FREE COPY of this book,?write to McCleary Clinic and Hospital, E130 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs 4, Mo. , leave Saturday California. I*. 11 V L7 «-J t-l l u I >» " .7 - _._--. Mild later Mrs Hanevik will fly t j S:m Kiaiicisco to be near lici 1 husband. Wins Scholarship Medal In ROTC An AlKima ROTC cadet at the Slate University of Iowa, James Kelley, a»n of Dr. and Mrs N. J Kelley, was one of 19 students to be awarded the air force ROTC scholarship medal at a ceremony held last Friday. The awards are made annually to students reeoimnended by the air force KOTC awards and decorations board. Students must have a cumulative srade point average of 3.0 (B) or better, and must have an "A" in Air Science, Col. Charles G. Kirk, professor i'( air science, said. John !•. Shaw of Hi itt, and Rayiumi Sommei fcld of Woden wire two others from this area receiving this hU'Ji honor. Wedding Licenses To Four Couples Kour licenses to wed have be^n issued during the past week at the olfice nl Alma Pearson, clerk of the district court here. Thty went to tliu lollowmg couples: Jan. 17 — Hubert Vaske, Bancroft, and Belly Riebhol't. Burl; Donald Bcadell and Carolyn Strandmo. both of Mankato. Jan. lU — Win. Uegan and Anita Simons, Aluona. Jan. -I l.iirry L.ippe and Shirley Fanow. Lukuia. Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Annual Meeting Postponed Until March 15,1956 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders and subscribers to Capital Stock of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, according to Article Ten of the Articles of Incorporation, shall be held in Algona, Iowa, on the last Saturday in January, 1956, for the purpose of election of directors for the coming year and for receiving and, if approved, ratifying and confirming all the facts and proceedings of the Board of Directors of the corporation done and taken during the preceding year, and any other business as may properly come before this annual meeting. At a meeting of the Board of Directors on January 14, 1956, it was unanimously agreed upon to Dostpone the annual meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company to March 15' 1956, in the V. F. W. Hall, Algona, Iowa. The board unanimously agreed that they would meet in the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company office on January 28, 1956, and transact the postponement of the annual meeting to March 15, 1956. Dinner will be served at 12 o'clock, noon, to all members and their families, by the V. F. W. Auxiliary, in the V. F. W. Hall. The business meeting will be called to order at 1:30 o'clock. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY M. P. Christiansen, Secretary BRINGS SPRING TO GRAHAM'S FABRICS DEPARTMENT V ALL NEW FOR SPRING ... QUADRIGA PRINTS r^ ,—•--. \ "Garden — fresh" . . . vibrant new Quadriga prints lhal sparkle in these 1956 Spring patterns . . . and 'glow in these suave plain colorings. You know how fanhous Graham's is for Quadriga Prints, so you 11 know what we have waiting for your sewing pleasure. Choose from many bolls all as fresh and new as a Spring morning. AVONDALE CHAMBRAYS AYONDALE SPORT DENIMS EASYTIME COTTON PRINTS AVONDALE CHAMBRAYS in a colorful spring selection, all combed yarn with Perma-Press finish. Solids, gay stripes, woven patterns in this famous fabric .... 79c Yd. AVONDALE SPORT DENIMS presenting scores of sharp idsas for Spring sewing . . . solid colors and woven patterns, plus new Lurex metallic stripes B9c Yd. ... 79c Yd. EASYTIME; COTTON PRINTS that need no ironing, always come out sparkling fresh, are color fast, and fully pre-shrunk. A practical fabric for many sewing ideas 79c Yd< YD. V DAN RIVER TISSUE GINGHAMS jn Jhe prettiest of checks, newest combed plaids, and light as a feather in their tissue weight. Noted Dan River fabric quality in every inch, every bolt. 89c Yd. SPRING KNIGHT BROADCLOTHS in colorful prints, and so very many of theml All sanforized, can't shrink. Offered in a veritable host of gala patterns for your early Spring sewing 59 C Yd. Complete Stock of SEWING NOTIONS And New SIMPLICITY PATTERNS BATES DISCIPLINED COTTONS One of Graham's long-ljme most famous fabric laholsl Here now you find BATES highly-regarded fabrics in all of their new Spring patterns . . . solids and rich effects. The most unusual prints on the market today! Come and see! 129 1.49 A«k to See the New, Paginating "DISNEYLAND" P rin » s PLAINS YARD , PRINTS YARD .

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