The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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FormerAlgonaBoy,AG-l In Europe, Reported Dead Word was received here this week of the death of a former Algona youth, Rodney C. Bennett, 18, in Europe. Rodney is pictured above. Rodney, son of Mr'and Mrs Charles J. Bennett, former Algona residents now living at Boone, died from "probable carbon monoxide poisoning" and that a definite cause of his death would be determined by a complete autopsy, according to the message received by the Bennetts from the government. Pfc. Bennett was home last fall on furlough, prior to his assignment in Europe. Mr Bennett, who was .employed by Swift & Co. here when the family resided on South Minesota street, believes his son was in the 7 Greek mountains on a special mission at the time of his death. , Rodney, who lived here for 15 years, was born at Bc'one and returned there with his parents two years ago. He enlisted in September, 1953 and re-enlisted in September, 1955 for another two| year stay in the army. He was a member of the Signal Corps of the army. ) Survivors, besides his mother and father, include two sisters, Ramona Ann and Judy Kay. (Cut courtesy Boone News-Republican) 90 At Scout Program, Feb. 28 At Swea City Swea Ciiy-r-The_ anniversary of the Scouting movement was the occasion for the Blue and Gold banquet attended by 90 persons at VFW hall last Tuesday night. Each den decorated its own table. Hostesses were Mrs Wayne Griffith and Mrs Wm. Boland. Two large decorated cakes baked' by Mesidames Griffith and Bolana were featured. Cubmaster Gerald Greischar was present to make awards and the Rev. David Frank, scoutmaster, represented the senior scout troops ;md welcomed the boys who woie b. ing advanced from Cub packs into Scout troops. Den mothers ercoiving recognition were Mrs Clayton Holm, Mrs Wm. Guyer, Mrs Earl Berg and Mrs Gifford Smith. Cub- master Geischar pro .s e n i e d awards to the Cubs, using a vundlcboard to demonstrate the vims and significance of Cub ,'couting. Awards were made as follows: Lion badge, Jerry Rasmussen; Webelos badge; Jerry Rasmussen, Billy Clark, Junior Loonier; graduation certificate, J e r r y Thompson, Ricky Holm, Jerry Rasmussen, Billy Clark, Junior Loomer; service stars for a year of scouting, Jerry Rasmussen. Jerry Thompson, Ricky Holm, Junior Loomer; second year star, Billy Clark, Duane Briggs; first- year star, Johnnie Verbrugge; bear badges, Gary Griffith, Terry Smith, Hal Alward, Billy Ewing; Bear gold arrow, Gary Griffith, Terry Smith, Hal Alward; wolf badge, Dicky Johnson; wolf silver arrow, Larry Berg, Rodney Smith, Johnny Guyer; bobcat badge, Robert Thompson, Johnny O'Green, Larry Kockler, Tommy Kockler. A certificate of appreciation for her work as den mother was presented to Mrs Clayton Holm, who is resigning from the office. Delegates to the county Republican convention were elected at r, party caucus this week. Named as delegates were Mrs John E. Anderson, Mrs Martin Dahl, Gif- erd. Smith, S. E. Uhr, .George K. Nelstfn, Martin Dahl, R. D. Smith and Richard I\l. Anderson. Alternates are R. E. Ridge, Mrs J. August Peterson, Roger Linde and Mrs George K. Nelson. Members of Imperial Lodge, A. F. and A. M. entertained their wives at a Ladies' Night party at the Masonic Temple on March 2. About 25 couples were present. KILLED Ervip. I!enri!.- c "n, 41, w;is ki"cd at his farm Ring.sted recently, when lie- wns caught between tnc steering wheel of his tractor and tiie entrance to a shed into which hr« WP? backing the machine. The top nf the door-way was barely high enough to clear the steering wheel. Lo'ls Of Mail At Monte/uma, rural mail carrier Paul Putnam figures thai he has handled over 10 million pieces of mail in his 34-year career. Recently he received a 25-year s;;fe driving 'award. Mr Putnam has driven over 600,000 miles as a mail carrier. His middle name, incidentally, is "Revere." WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Hi Jinks »«toled 16 "Behind The Scenes" Hems From Algona High School. A phobia is defined as a morbid, irrational fear stemming from unconscious feelings 'ol guilt and inadequacy instilled in childhood. Psychologists have coined names for practically every phobia that a person could have. * * * Most 6f these, such as silopho- bia, or fear of food; ochlophobia, fear of crowds; and lalophobia, meaning fear of speaking, are not possessed by many high school, students. Ergasiophobia, or fear of work, is a fear which is more common among teenagers. * , • * But there are few phobias present at high pchool level for which there is a word* Here, then, is a short, handy reference List. classtrophobia—Fear of, small classrooms , examinataphobia—Fear of tests failurophobia—Fear of report cards gymnaphobiEF—Fear of physical exertion laboraphobia—Fear of assign ments . peaaphobia—Fear of teachers thencavlophobia—Fear of mental exertion ..The list is for parents, so thai they can discuss their children in mysterious terms, and for stu- lenls so that they may confront their parents with, "Guess what' t have thencanophobia!" —SS. Marion, Ohio,, was the home jnd burial place of President Harding. George Safern Rites Held At Oftosen Oltosen—Funeral services for George Satern were held Mon- 'day afternoon, Feb. 27, at Trinity Lutheran church in Ottosen, the Rev. Harold Mountain in charge George Satern, son of the late Mr and Mrs John Satern, was born at Ottosen, Iowa, Nov. 8 1893. and passed away at Emmetsburg Memorial Hospital Feb. 24, at the age of 62. He was baptize:) and confirmed at St. Olaf Lutheran Church af Bode. All but the past 15 yearr of his life were spent in the Ottosen community. He attended the " local schools and businesF college at- Highland Park, Des Moines, Iowa. On April 4, 1920 he was united in marriage with Bertha Enock son and three children were born to this union: Gladys, Mrs How- •trd Chism now of Cylinder; Maurice o'f Rochester, Minn, and Vincent of Estherville. He suffered a stroke five weeks ago, from_ which he never recovered. His wife, parents and wo sisters preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn his oassing his three children, four grandchildren and six sisters and *ive brothers, Mrs L. E. Worster, Rolfe: Mrs A. M. Seamen, Detroit, MJch.; Mrs Earle Cobb, West Bend; Mrs Ernest Rydberg,^New Lenox, 111.; Mrs Burtis Eastman, Orion, 111.; Mrs Roy Enockson, Ottosen; Carl at Emmetsburg: Henry of Livermore; John of Independence; Thorston of West r>end; and Oscar of Jamestown, IT. D. • Short funeral services were held at Ellsworth Funeral Home WELCOME! Greenwood Girls Left to right. Mrs Albert Kollasch (L), Bancroft. Back row: Joyce Wilhelmi, Gwendolyn Baker, Betty Heldorfer, Third row: Maxino Heldorfer, Madeline Baker, Eileen Vaske. Second row: Janet Deiiering, Kathleen Kollasch, Karen Wilhelmi, Mary Jo Vaske (vp). Front row: Mary Kollasch, Rachel Msnke, Karen Wilhelmi, Georgia Heldorfer (p). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY NORTH IOWA SEWING WELCOME! ALGONA BOYS Left to right. Back row: Kenneth Arndorfer, Lee Froehlich, Paul Seiler, Richard Lickieig. Wayne Patterson, Robert Meyer, Jack Frideres. Oscar Froehlich {vp). Front row: Billy Rahm, Dsnnis Schoby, Don Froehlich, Dean Benschoter (p), Robert VonBank, Wayne Arndorter, Richard Mayer. Absent: Allen Bode. (Leader: Robert Mayer, Algona.) VonBank, Wayne SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY •'it Emmetsburg and at Trinity Lulheran Church at Ottosen. He was laid to rest at Union Cemetery at Ottosen. Pallbearers were James Satern, Robert Satern, Laurel Worster, Ei nest. Enockson, Harold Berge and Virgil Enockson. All are nephews of the deceased. Mrs Ed Nessen of West Bend was soloist, Mrs Merle Holt was pianist and Mrs DeVere Newton and Mrs Knut Oppedahl had charge- of floral arrangements. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson entertained friends at a 500 party Friday evening in their home. Those present included Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson,. Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Mr and Mrs Dean Telford, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr and Mrs'Paul Meyer, Mr and Mrs Edgar Meyer of Fort Dodge, Tuesday, March 6, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Dift Mo!ft«»-3 Mr Jim and Mrs Jacobson Richard Kinseth, and Arlene . Larson. Mrs Louis Jacobson* was high for ladies and Deanne Telford was high for men and also won the travel prize. Arlene Larson was low for ladies and Conrad Johnson low for men. The regular meeting of the Ottosen Parent-Teachers Association has been postponed and will be held Tuesday eVehJfig, Mar. 13. The Ladies Rural Club has * charge of the program. .. Mr and Mrs Donald Larson of Ottosen and Mr -and Mrs Elmer Larson of Bode are expected ., home this week from a vacation «. trip to California and through *. the Southern States. UDM Clastlfied* Pay Dividend! 'For instance, you might choose the fascinating Lamp! Two-Piece Ensemble pictured here at right . . . it's NEW as Easter Sunday morn! Polished cotton print dress comes with its own linen weave redingote lined with the same print as the dress! It's just one of many Easter fashion stunners now at Fowlers, and priced at a very modest $29.95. You might choose a pert Spring shortie coat by "Betty Rose" . . . the perfect little toss-over-everything coat in colorful wool with derailed seaming, priced $22.50 and up at Fowlers. Or a flowing "Betty Rose" semi-fitted long coat at , $29.95. , ' • ' Other new mouth-watering Easter fashions now. at Fowlers include Lampl's three-piece ensembles i . . skirt, pisket in rayon linen weave with flashing print blouse . . . all to match and give you the trim Easter "suit look" . . . yours for only $15.95. Also, Kay McDowell'* brilliant new matching jackets and skirts in linen .weave, these ensembles for $15.95 also. . ' Oh, so much to see at Fowlersl Easter-y print dresses in stunning styling and all 'sizes-. . .pleasantly priced at $10.95 up. Blouses — these you mus1| see — In rich plaids and rippling dark-tone patterns for suit of ''just skfrt" wear, at $3.98 up. Many other new incoming fashion-items, including famous Hansen gloves for Spring, richly detailed, glowing in color, at $1.98 and up. Handbags that sparkle, $3.98 and up. We can't tell all — we couldn't if we took this whole page — but we can show you when you drop in at Fowlers! ' Surprise in store for you when you see and try on Fowlers new Easter hats .... $2.98 to $7.98 'Easter' on Our Children's Floor, Too! We will be pleased to be host next Sat- uriluv to the LOTTS CREEK LASSIES 4-11 Club — Left to riuht. Back row: Carol Reding. Lois Bi-sch. Mary Walker. Rita Streit, Patricia Kollasch, Mary K. Loebaeh, Mrs Joe H. Loebuch, Jr. (L), Whitteinore. Front row: Alice Elbi.-rt, Joan Wuldsehmidt, Barbara Elbert, Coletta Streit, Mary Margaret McDonnell, Carol Jean Anliker. Absent: lii.niUi Lnd'.viii. Eilei-n O'Brien. Patty V/;;;ii!dt (vp), Mary Jo Hang (p). WHERE PRICES ARE PLEASANTLY LOW

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