The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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^.) Uppfef^ Pe> Molnes Tuesday, March 6, 1956 Bridge Clufe Hosiew / Mrs Chai-lfes Hinkeh entertained thefiflerribers of her bridge! club ; MOnday afternoon. Mrs Sleele Hostess Mrs, William Steele is entertaining her bridge club members Thursday evening/. Pink & Blue Shower Mrs Aldean McAdams recently gave a pink and blue shower fat Mrs CJoyd Bishop, wife of the pastor of the Nazarene church. Ladies of the church were the guests. Mrs Bishop has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital following the birth of a daughter who has been named Rosemary Rachael. ! C. D. of A> Supper C. D, of A. will have a 6:30 potluck supper Thursday evening at the VFW hall. Chairwomen are Helen Harrison and Olivia Elbert. P; E. O. To Meet P. E. O. Sisterhood • will meet Wednesday, Mar. 7, for a 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs Claris Kresensky. "Talent Scouts" will be the p'rogram. $Gfa-4*HiJiluk Left 16 right. Back raw: Soren Pedeltsin (L), Ledyaro', Arnold; klpcke, Henry Huskamp, Gerald Pedersen, Sidney Payne (AL). Center rovir::'C^l Payne, Jerry Payhii., (p), Kenneth Klocke, Richard Farland. Frbnt row: Keith : .Waterbiiry, Gary Water'bttry, * D\ya'yne. Klocke, Michael Koons, BJaine Sanders', Luverne Klocke. , V v * < | >'•,, ^ ' *V YOU'RE INVITED TO OUR GRAND OPENING At the former Hovey Implement Store From 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. : • • •• ' : " •.>•••-•>•••:•.••• '_ . . / , • -••' ••.'-•; , .' .- .. . ..<•'-.;.-.' Serving Coffee & Donufs from 10 a.m. to 9 y : . , . ., ' ."'. ''",...'.'/ Register For Free DOOR PRIZES And While You're Visiting U s We'd Like To Introduce You 4 For liet=in5t!f ime^ to th*e"Completely All-New M-M 445 Tractor That's Making Headlines All Over The Country! TRIMMER TOUGHER ALL fi/EW THE TRACTOR FIRST OP THI POWERLINED SERIES JESS «"•"< •"••• r daw. If you need • row crop tractor, then ^ Dynamic New Pewerlined OeiloN i 441 UNIVERSAL will be your top phoice. jiju.,,,,, , wtver, if a tow profile tractor is what you want. V New "fataulit Poww Steering you will be thrilled with the 445 UTILITY. j p owar Adiu.i-M. D.-. uik .1. Don't miss our display-be sure to see the new B Adjgitable Rear Wheel* Mknwpolu-Molirw 445 Powerlined tractor. V Big Capacity Hydraulic 3-PolnJ HHefc BUSCHER BROS. LOCATED ONE BLOCK NORTH MILWAUKEE DEPOT Phone 90 Gilbert & Dick Buscher Aigona Cresco.M-D Club , :• The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club will meet with .Mrs James Vipond on Wednesday afternoon, March 14. ;; At Newton Wedding : Mrs 'Delia McCullough spent the weekend" at Newton going there to attend the wedding Sat 1 - urday evening of a niece. Idle Hour Club. The Idle .Hour .Bridge' club members;are meeting Wednesday and the ^playing will be preceded by luncheon at the Johnson House. »* A Triple Party Mrs.Addie"Driver is entertaining at dinner Wednesday evening in honor of the birthdays of Clprjq Orton, Harold Hutchins and Mrs Maude Blake. Other guests .will be Mrs Orion and son Webster and Mrs Hutchins. .= Wedding Anniversary- Mr and Mrs Fay Minard, form-» er, residents here' now living at Fort Dodge, were guests .at din* ner Sunday of their son and dau- Jhter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Gene, Vlinard, a celebration of a wed-' iirig anniversary. Mr and Mrs Charles MeVay were also in attendance. . Birthday Honors Mrs Robert Schoby and her mother, Mrs Mae. Hanegan gave a party recently • honoring-the birthday of Mrs I^>lla Ladendorff. Other guests were Mrs Andrew Hansen, Mrs Clara Taylor and Mrs Margaret Reid. Mr§ Ladendorff was,given handkerchiefs and birthday cards.' The afternoon was spent socially. Fourth Birthday Mrs James Merryman gave a party Tuesday, Feb. 28 in honor of the fourth birthday of her son Stevie. Guests were Mrs Rex Taylor, Kathy and Tom, Neal Anderson, Luann Holt, Mrs Murray Mowers and Doreen and Richard Jergensen. Games were played by the children and the women spent the time socially. Refreshments were served. Burt Students See Girls State Basket Finals Birthday Mr and Mrs'Leo Friders entertained at a'6 o'clock dinner Wednesday, a celebration of the birthday of Mrs Friders. Guests were Mr and.Mrs Norbert Friders, Mr and Mrs , Alyjn Erpelding, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Betty and Don, Peter Erpe,lding and John Friders of St. Joe, Mr and. Mrs Lawrence 'Kirsch" of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Vk Friders and Mr and Mrs Matt Friders. Buscher Bros. Grand Opening Buscher Bros, will have a grand opening-..Friday, Mar. 9, in celebration of their recent purchase of the Minneapolis-Moline farm equipment business from L. E. Hpvey. Coffee and doughnuts will be served all visitors and there will be registration for door prizes as announced elsewhere in today's UDM, Along with the grand opening Buscher Bros, are showing for the first time the all-new M-M 445 tractor. Wed 40 Years Burt—Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger attended a 40th wedding anniversary observance in Algona Sunday evening, for the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clarence Priebe. Some 25 guests attended the 6:00 g'clock dinner at the Johnson House and were entertained the evening at the Priebe home. Others from here attending were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet and Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger, and Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt. Burt — Students of the Burt School attending the state championship games in Des Moines the weekend Were Pamela Andrews, Karen Bernau, Mary Carlsori, Beverly Christehsen, B a r b a r r a Dremmel, Patty Groen,- Judy Hinckley, Arlyce Johnson, Mary Keith, Beverly Larson, Karen Lavrenz, Ann Lichter, Lois Lich- ler, Barbara Parsons, Rose Peterson, Sheryl Smith, Ellen Stewart and Alice Thompson. Mr and Mrs Ray Ihnnen were chaperones and George Hawcott was the bus driver. " Parents Of Son. Mr and Mrs Melvin Johnson are parents of a son bbrrt at St. Ann Hospital, Algona on Thursday, March 1. The Johnsons have two other children Larry,, nine and Dianne, seven years. Mr and Mrs Mike Baer are the grandparents. Mrs Anna. McGowen of Cedar Rapids spent.from Wednesday till Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister; Mr and" Mrs John 3ewick, and with Mr and -Mrs Mike Baer. Walter Steward and Harold Steward received word recently, that a brother, Lloyd Steward of David City, Calif., is improving after major surgery. The Lloyd Stewards lived in Burt a few years ago. Mr and Mrs Duane ' Habeger returned Wednesday from a ten day trip in which they visited relatives and saw points of interest in four states. Some time Was spent with Marlene Miller in Savannah and with 'Mr and 'Mrs John Holland in Gillman, • III. They visited Mr and. Mrs Kent Shank at Centerville, Ind. The men saw service together in Europe. Enroute back to Iowa the Habegers stopped in Kalamazoo, Mich, where they visited Mr and Mrs Pete-Yellick and Karen. The women are sisters and Mrs Holland is the former Ann Olson of Bancroft. Kirstin Habeger, seven months, accompanied her parents. Members, of the Jolly . Ten Birthday Club went to the home of Bertha Koestler Saturday afternoon in observance of her jirthtlay which is March 4th. All members were present but one »hd Mrs Duane Habeger and Kirstin were guests. Lunch was served and Mrs Koestler receive,d gifts. ', The Burt Woman's Club met Monday evening, Mar. 5, with Wrs James Christensen with Mrs P, L. Dremmel assisting hostess. Program consisted of singing, a discussion conducted by Ethel Dremmel, data about the noted, church near Nashua, Iowa, by Rowena Ryerson; "Statehood for Alaska" reviewed, by Mary Smith and "Hearth in the Snow" by Laura Buchan and Jerry Allen, given by Benita Mitchell. The St. John's Lutheran Aid met Thursday in the church parlors with Mrs Martin Meyer and Mrs Bert Miller as hostesses. Topic for discussion was Money Making Affairs. Those on the Market Basket list for this meeting were Mrs Fred Gebken, Mrs Emil Hasse, Mrs Floyd Koepke, Mrs Bertha Koestler and Mrs George Koestler. Members of St. John's Lutheran Church attending the circuit meeting in Algona, Feb. 26 were Mr and Mrs Art Bierstedt, ,Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Mr and George Koestler, Raymond Lavrenz, Mr and Mrs Carl Rey T Holds. Mr and Mrs Robert' Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Rudy Willrett and Rev. and Mrs Wittkopp. Ledyard Lassies 4-H to rigfe*. 8»ck rpw: P«nn« KeO. Front row; Sandr* Johnson (yp), 'Poixny Rwk- (Absent: Sylvia " : ;*p»ap8w-«»stteife,: AI< w-»e,: :^»^»i» fcaMJWStSioftsth^ ~iyz"^'>^;''.:.K3 ife'iS'J?-: V J \ i ;?>» iMJ?;$ ' v--f£-&'-''M;i. •t'He^evlhtl^lM-bfevseeftsetfid' by ' t5i^-fiuttt,B6y5;KplrtSfr : ^M;-6ll £«» ;i^iy^st||ifi|s|vi||p.';;; • jj^j^kJIAJ^^^ Left to right. Back, row: Donald Grandgenett, Jim McCarthy, Marvin Becker/Dpnald Schiliz, Darrell Grahtlgenelt.' Third row: Gene tNurreiDuahe Vaske, David Schiltz (vp), Jim Goche. Second row: George Schiltz, Donald Diers, Anthony Schiltz,, Melvin ' DeGeeier, Wayne Huichinson, Pat Vaske, Leander Vaske (L), Bancroft. Front row! Screal peGeeter, (AL), Duane Grandgeneli. Richard Schiltz, Duane Diers, Walter Schiliz, Tom Nurre. A 4-H BOOSTER[ALL THE WAY! SARGENT & CO. s ARGENT: FEEDS WELCOME! Lu EAGER BEAVERS Left to right; Back row: GaylenWitzel, Jim Byson, Albert Fish, Bob Brisiow. Third row: Gerald Awe, Ronald Stone, Bill Janssen, Richard Wolf. Second row:.Bob Awe, Darrell Felt, LeRoy^Witzel (p), Jim' Behnfcendorf. Front row: Mick Will, Curtis Will, Don Carroll ,(vp), Roger Will, Gary Wittmeier. (Absent: Dennis Northrup, Keith Voss, David Hobscheidi. Leader: Charles Brown). , LEADERSHIP TRAINING AT ITS BEST - THROUGH 4-H ! * VIKING OIL CO. * * CRESCO CHUMS Left to right. B,*cfc IQW: Madortn* a«cb, 9««W» R^hleftu, Euiucf Gad* (p), Jewuv* Fri, dere«/ Dorothy Qa*»» if Y«ly Geyfewr. |?8iW«fl» 2»ugg. Secopd row: Jpyce Riefehpft Ann Smith, Louiw Heinen, Delpres JEi»en|)»iJlv B»tty BMP}!, Kwen ^augg. Third row: Sandra Schneider, ?mmi» TJnJey, Karen gcbuUi, Bowroary Qisch, Cheryl McNeil, frpnt rpwt Lucille Qade, Allc* Pettewon, Judith Li»dhor«t, plane Schnfider. (Absent: Theresa Thiloas (vp), Judy Lichler. Le^wrs 'Mr« JSthel Chsmbtriftin, Irvjngton). - W| SOUDIY SUPPORT YOUR 4 : H €IUB WORK! Rising's Mill & Elevator

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