The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1956 · Page 25
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S-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moiries Tuesday, February 28, 1956 Bancroft Girl Plans Wedding To Omaha Man Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Leo Smith of Bancroft have announced the engagement of their daughter. Beverly Ann to Dave Bnrager, Omaha. Neb., son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Baraeer of Lincoln, Neb. The wedding will take place in May. Miss Smith is a laboratory technician in Omaha. 4-H Club Meeting The February meeting of the Blue and White 4-H girls was held at the home of Jean Rahe. Harold Clark took pictures of the club and the officers Thirteen members answered roll call. Talks and demonstrations were then given. Marianne Nurre gave a talk on leadership school which she and Jan Clark attended. Jean Rahe gave a report on recreation school that she attended at Burt. Janet Lampe gave a talk on, "Eliminate the Clutter," Barbara De- Goeter gave a talk on "Keep It Clean Underfoot." Jan Clark demonstrated on "Correcting Figure Faults. Linda Weber gave a talk on "City and State Government." New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Gene Nurre are the parents of a sun born. Feb. 24 at St. Ann hospital. They now nave a family of eight sons and three daughters. Mr and Mrs Joseph Bauer are the parents of jf son born at Holy Family hospital in Estherville, Jan. 29. Geis Nurse's Cap Marilyn Mulligan, daughter of Mr and iMrs Frank Mulligan, was among sixty freshman who received caps at the capping ceremony at Creighlon Memorial St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing, Sunday, Feb. 19. Mr and Mrs Frank Mulligan of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Bob Bell and Bobby of Swea City attended the ceremonies. Marilyn is a 1955 graduate of St. John's High School. A group of young folks surprised Duane Vaske at a birthday at the Ed Vaske home Saturday night. Alice Menke spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Harold Winkel at Whittemore. Mrs A. H. Fuchs and Bob, Mrs Elizabeth Williams, Mrs J. H Menke and Eddie left Sunday for a two week's trip to Texas. They will visit Mrs Carrie Lynch, Mrs Lee Brown, and the boys will go to Mexico. Mr and Mrs Ed Blocker art the parents of a daughter borr. Friday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The little girl yveighed 7 lb. 6 oz. and is their first daugh ter. Joseph Welp and son Joey went to Iowa City to get Mrs Welp who has been visiting with Mr and Mrs Jim Welp and getting acquainted with her new granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and and Arliss and Merredith Bergman spent Saturday visiting Rosalee Dorr at Mason City. Lexington, Mass., scene of the first battle of the Revolution, was originally known as Cambridge Farms. Accessories For Your Easter Wardrobe Cotton Gloves Many styles, colors ___ 2.25 to 3.95 Cowhide Belts Many styles and colors 1.25 to 2.25 Spring Flowers look like real ones 59c to 1.00 Silk Spring Scarf Choice of rich colors 1.95 See our new selection of distinctive access- series. Buy now for Easter gifts, • or for yourself! Imported Hankies Florals and prints 59c to 2.95 AT CHRISCHILLES Lace Trim Collar Crisp white linen.-1.00 Cowhide Purse 3-pocket clutch 3.00 Straw Baskets White & Natural--3,00 Unusual Duo Gold & White 1.00 Polished Calf Leather-lined 7.95 All Personally Selected For Discriminating Customers CHRISCHILLES STORE Glamour Stole Wool with gold thread 5.95 Algenct Uppef DM FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales catt gel their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moihes. where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 ;»ny publication in Kossuth county. Wednesday, Feb. 29 — Louis Reilly, 2 west, 1 A north of Junction 169 and 18, complete closing out farm sale. Details in Feb. 21 Upper Des Moines. Quinn & Berkland, auctioneers; Lone Rock bank, clerk. March 1, Thursday—Ferd Mil- tag, complete closing out sale, including good milk cows. • At farm 1 mile W., 3 S. of Lone Rock. Lloyd Berkland and Charlie Quinn, auctioneers. Salt- details in UDM last week. Wednesday, March 7 -— Jens Sorensen, complete closing put sale at the farm located 4 miles north of Algona Jet. 169 & 18 and V 4 mile east. Yungeberg is auctioneer and the Iowa State Bank, clerk. Details in UDM today. Thursday. March 22 — Ruth Long Krueger will hold a combination land salu and machinery and household goods sale. Land being sold is a 160 acres, the SE 1 A of section 6 in Burt twp. Sale details will be published later. Lloyd Berkland is auctioneer, and the Lone Rock Bank is clerk. 184 Line, Valeria Nelson, Is High Veleria Nelson took top honors at Barry's this week with a 184 single line count. Runner-up was Ramona Amfahr who had lines of 133 and 176. Other women over 150 were M. Valentine 165, B. Thuente 170, J. Petersen 161, Vera Erpelding 172, 169, June Winkel 177, E. Altman 165, Jeri McKean 160, 'L. Ditsworth 173, F. Wiese 164, Bo Brandt 179, Irma Dee Cook 181, Kay Voigt 169, 161, E. Vera 166, Mary Lytle 164, 166, Arlene rcaj- ewski 164, 166, P. Elbert 181 and M. Murtha 163. Lt. Spear Is Home On Visit Lt. Lloyd Spear, former Al- gonan, visited friends and relatives in Algona Friday. Accompanying him were his son, Brad, 3, and his father, Rink Spear, another former resident. ; Lt. Spear has been transferred from Sedalia Air Force Basel Mo. to Guam in the south Pacific. He will report at San Franciscp War. 12 for transportation to the little island. His wife, son and daughter will join him on Guam as soon as the present school year ends. Lt. Spear entered the army soon after graduation from Algona high scnool' in 1940 and has been in the air force since its formation. The Spears have been living in Missouri for two years following three years in Sweden, France and Germany. County Meeting, Red Cross, Mar. 2 A county-wide Red Cross funjl drive meeting of town and township chairmen and workers is scheduled this Friday, Mar. 2 at the Hotel Algona at 2 p.m. Mrs N. J. Kelley, Kossuth county chairman, will preside at the meeting, and Russell G. Buchanan, county fund campaign chairman, will be present. Guest speaker at the kick-off meeting will be Mary Mac-kin ot the national organization. A skit, with Mrs Harry Greenberg, Mrs M. H. Honsbruch, Mrs Craig Smith, Mrs Jack Chris- chilles, Mrs Dean Parrolt and Mrs Helen Mikes in the cast, will be presented. A film, the 1956 Red Cross report, will be shown. Academy Pupils Forensic Winner Four students of St. Cecelia's Academy who participated in the district contest of the Iowa High School Forensic League held at Mason City, Saturday, Feb. 25, will advance to the state finals in Iowa City, April 12-14. The students and the events in which they will take part in the state finals are: Bob McMahon, original oratory; Deanna Bebo, radio speaking; Diane Stebrltz and Molly Sullivan, Interpretative reading. Bob McMahon also was entered in radio speaking in the district finals. Wins Pistol Shoot Algona Police Chief Al Boekelman took both ends of the annual Kossuth county Rifle and Pistol Club championship pistol shoot at the National Guard armory Feb. 22. Boekelman registered a score of 273 in the .22 calibre firing and a 275 in .38 calibre competition. Perfect score in both events is 300. Harry Boekelman was second with a 258, followed by Harold Thompson 243, Ray Krebs 240 and Earl Zeigler 239. Only five men tried the .38 cali- bre shoot. Krebs was second with a 264 total and Harry Boekelman third with a 254 count. Jr. Wrestlers Placed Third Bancroft Guests Dr. and Mrs Sexton and family of Sumner, Iowa, spent the weekend witti Mrs Sexton's mother, Mrs Lillian Devine, Bancroft. A 24-member wrestling squad from seventh, eighth and ninth grades of Algona high school took third place in the Britt Junior High Invitational at Britt Saturday. There were six schools entered, and Algona finished behind Britt and Masorl City. Freshmen who placed were Paul Christoffers, third, 105 lb.; Larry Scheppmann, second, 115 lb.; Gary Davis, second, and Albert Fosnaugh, third, 133 lb.; Jim Moxley, second, 140 lb.; and heavyweight Gerald Etherington. Seventh and eighth graders to win were Orlan Steil, third, 70 lb.; Jason Etherington, second, -30 lb.; Leon Scheppmann, third, 100 lb.; and Bob Kern, first, heavyweight. Kern woh his two matches in a total of 25 seconds. Meanwhile, Algeria's two representatives in the state wres- ling meet at Cedar Falls this week-end, Mar. 2-3, 120 lb. Gordy Bratin and 145 lb. Harold Bjus*- trom, are working out daily. i HOSPITALS Fefc. ij-—. John Weif; Wesley, medical; Mrs Richafd McAljjihe, Algona, medical; Mrs. Eugene Nurre, Bancroft,' maternity. Feb. 14 — W. A. Dutton, Algona, medical: Mrs Walter Fangman, Bancroft, gUfgefy." r*b. IS *- Kathleen M. Boudewyns, Algona, tonsillectbrny; John E. Nemmers, Bahcbft, medical; Baby Boy Cassel, Algona, boarder; Mrs Anna Geishecker, Algona, medical; Mrs V. P. Lud- \vig, Algona, sufgery; Jennifer N. Castor, Butt, medical; Mrs Roy O'Dell, Burt, girl, 1-12 (expired). Feb. 1C — Mrs Richard Metzger, West Bend, boy, 8-14; Claire D. Schaap, Algona, medical; Mrs Richard Arend, WKlttemore, girl, 7-2; Mrs Emma Beard, Algona, surgery. '' • . Feb. 17 —'Mrs Edward Block- ef, Bancroft, girl, 7-5%; Mrs Mike Stoffel, Algona, boy, 8-8. Feb. 18 — Mrs Chris Reese, Algona, medical. > '; , Feb. 19 — Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, medical; Mrs Raymond Zeime't, Bode, boy, 5-8 \k. ... Fib«. Jtt--* .Mr? .Richard Schmidt, West Bend, maternity". Feb. 28 — Baby Shannon Lynch, Algona, boaj-der; Mrs Alfred Bormann, Bancroft, fady, 7-13. . , ». Feb. 21—Mrs Fred M. Marks, Corwith, surgery; Marvin W. Ori* ger, Bode, surgery. Feb. 22—Rachel D. Gade, Whittemore, T & A;. Mrs Adolph Missal, Titonka, medical; Mrs Patrick Bradley, Burt, medical; A. H. Crabb, Waterloo, medical; George Higgins, Titonka, medical; Laurie J. Thilges, Bode, medical; Mrs Kate Annis, Algona, medical; Pamela L. Schutjer, Algona. tonsillectomy. Feb. 23 — Baby Barbara J. Arend, Whittemore, boarder; Mi'F Eugene Nurre, Bancroft, boy 7-14. Feb. 24 — Linda C. Frederick, Algona,- tonsillectomy; John C. Frederick, Algona, tonsillectomy; James G if ford, Bancroft, surgery; Henry Meier, Burt, medical. Feb. 25 — Mrs Gerald Kramer, Bancroft, boy, 8-6 '/£; Mrs Ivan Evenson, Ottosen, Maternity; Sis- ter Mary Wilfrid, Bancroft, 'medical; Mrs Eugene Zittrltsch, Al- gpna, maternity; Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, medical.' Feb. 26 -^Charles I. McCamley, Coon .Rapids, medical; Archie Ashley Algona, medical; Robert E. Nurre, Bancroft, boarder. Feb. 2? <*- Mrs John Kajewski, Algona, medical; Mrs W. P. Schary, West Bend, maternity. .—. . . — 4 Attend Swine Day A Kossuth group enjoyed a trip to the Iowa' Swine Producers Day at Ames Monday, Feb. 20. Two car loads went down. Those attending were John Weber, Robert Liljiedahl, O. T. Cherland, Leo and Alvin Hanselman, Bill Kuecker, Chuck Bjustrom, Robert Johnson and Extension Director Dean Barnes. Kutish To Speak Beef producers in the county will be pleased to know that Francis Kutish, well known farm economist of Iowa State College, has been engaged as a speaker for the forthcoming Beef Producers Association Banquet and Annual Meeting, March 22. SPRING! Just a promise in the air right now, but more than that, in the fresh, new Spring fashions arriving at Fowlers, and with almost every trip the expressman makes to our store! For Spring '56, and for the Easter that is not too far away, the entire mood of fashion will convey a slenderizing, uncluttered look — from the hat you'll wear straight and level over your untroubled brow to the coat that will grace your figure smartly semi-fitted. Color- Wise, new fashions at Fowlers will take you breathlessly from winter into spring, with whites and delightful beige tones stealing much of the show, along with "hot" shades of peach, yellow, turquoise and green. Even handbags and gloves will be oh-so-different for the Easter parade, with no end of imagination shown by the designers. You'll be seeing jacket themes, 'easy' skirts and lightweight fabrics all through the new Spring fashions arriving at Fowlers. Come and see them — and come often in Ihese next weeks to see all that is NEW — and remember, too, that Easter fashions are springing into life on our Children's Floor jas well! Visit Fowlers two floors for the new in fashion! WHERE PRICES ARE PLEASANTLY LOW

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