The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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Whittemore 4-H Boys Left to right.,Back row: Richard Reding, Norman Kirsch, Joe Loebach Jr., Eldon Andre, Maurice Besch, Marlin Kirsch. Center row: Lyle Loebach, Paul Elbert, Jim Elbert, Vic Hansen, Marvin Loebach, John Loebach, John Vaudt, John Mosbach Jr. Front row: Stanley O'Brien, Dennis Elbert, Paul Streit, John McDonnell, Raymond Elbert, Cletus Mosbach, John Reding. (Absent: Billy Besch, Richard fcol- lasch, Wm. Meyer, Tom O'Brien, Marlin Kirsch, Paul Eisele, Marlene Loebach, Patricia Kollasch. Leader: John Mosbach, Whittemore). 'Family Living' Council Picked For 1956-57 Helping to plan and carry out the Kossuth County Extension Family Living program for 195657 is a Family Living Committee recently appointed by the Kossuth County Extension Council. This committee will be instrumental in selecting a Home Economic Extension Program which will serve in the best interests of all the homemakers of Kossuth County. Mrs H. S. Montgomery of Algona was selected as chairman 01 the committee with Mrs Q. O. Bjustrom of Burt acting as secretary. Other members include Mrs Wm. Nothwehr, Titonka; Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Mrs Ervin Gerber, Algona; Mrs Fred Asa, Algona; Mrs John Ludwig, Corwith; Mrs Flora M. Bradley, Bancroft; Mrs Owen Berhow, Lone Rock and Mrs Deari Swanson, Swea City. At the first meeting held Mar. 7, the committee was given background information concerning what Extension is and how it works for the people of Iowa and Kossuth County. Discussion was then held on how more clubs might take advantage of the Extension lessons and how these groups might be reached to help with the planning. A schedule was set up in which all possibly interested groups may take part in the program planning if they desire and the president and vice-president of these groups are asked to attend the meeting to be held in their district to learn more of the Extension Program and to be given questionnaires to take back to their groups. The schedule is as follows: March 13 — 2:00 ,m., home of Mrs John Ludwig, LuVerne, Prairie, Wesley, Plum Creek, Irvington and Sherman townships. March 14 — 2:30 p.m., home of Mrs H. S. Montgomery, Cresco and Uniqn. March 20 — 2:00 p.m., home of Mrs Owen Berhow, Fenton, Burt, Springfield, Hebron, Ledyard and Lincoln. March 21 — 2:00 p.m., home of Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom, Eagle, Grant, Swea, Harrison, Seneca, Greenwood and Burt. March 22 — 2:00 p.m., home of Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Lotts Creek,. Whittemore, Garfield and Riverdale. March 23 — 2:00 p.m., home of Mrs Fred Asa, Portland, Buffalo, German. Any group wishing to be included in the .Extension program for the corning year may attend these meetings. 11 Join New Algona 4-H Club Eleven girls attended the first meeting of a new 4-H club organized for Algona girls, which was held at the Farm Bureau Building, March 6. At this organization meeting tjie girls elected officers for the club and made plans for the coming year. The new officers include president, Mary Laing; vice president, Judy Bishop; secretary, Patty Hurt; treasurer, Rosemary Medin; historian, Margaret Yoeman and reporter, Barbara Bartlett. Club chairman include music chairman, Elaine Montgomery; photography and library chairman, Linda Tague and recreation chairman, Sharon Scott. Other new member include Barbara Reinders and Beverly Johnson. Mrs Bernard Yoeman and Mrs Kenneth Medin are the local leaders. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, March 20 at the Bernard Yoeman home. Around Algona The Rebekah Lodge is having its regular meeting this evening (Tuesday) at the Moose Hall. Mrs Bob McCullough was hostess to her sewing club on Monday evening. Mrs Mabel Lee will be hostess to the members of the Eight Specs Card Club on Wednesday evening. —o— Mrs Rex Voyles was ill last week with a case of the old-fashioned Quincy. She has been up and around since Friday. —o— Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr Ricklef's parents, Mr and Mrs William Ricklefs of Titonka. —o— Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin, Jr. entertained the four couples of their card club at their home on Saturday evening. Mrs Ed Gilmore was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Bob LaBarre and Mrs Russell Buchanan. —o- The greatest natural thief among the world's animals is the wolverine, largest of the weasel family, found in Northern North America, Europe and Asia. The Feed You Can Trust You can depend on FELCO FEEDS and on the FELCO organization. FELCO is a coop, erative of Iowa's leading farmer cooperatives, As a member of your cooperative, you and your neighbors own and control FELCO. You can rely on FELCO feeds, too Stop in and watch us mix a batch of those high, quality FELCO feeds that will be fed right in this area. FELCO feeds have been formulated by expert nutritionists. We mix FELCO feeds according to those formulas every week. So you know you're getting fresh feed. v And remember: You share in the cooperative savings when you feed FELCO feeds. Ask your neighboi about FELCO Stop in and see us soon. Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton . Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City. West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley Mr and Mrs William Schuijer plan to attend the wedding of Mr Schutjer's cousin, Sharon Schutjer in the Methodist church at Titonka Sunday evening. —o— Dr. H. D. Meyer and Wes Bari- lett spent Sunday and Monday at Council Bluffs attending the spring conference of the Kiwanis Club. Mrs Lloyd Pratt was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs Stanley Muckey and Mrs Dick Post. —o— Mr and Mrs William Schuijer had as their dinner guests on Sunday, Mr Schutjer's parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Walrod ana Cheryl' of Titonka and his grand- .mother, Mrs Marie Dennis of Britt. —o— Mrs William Steele was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Al Agena and Mrs Eugene Hutchins. Prizes were received by Mrs Bob LaBarre and Mrs Bob McCullough. —o—. Mr and Mrs Bob Laing became the parents of their third child Thursday when a daughter was born to them at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Laura Lee and she has a brother, Tom and a sister, Cindy. —o— The Lions Club are entertaining their wives at a party this evening, (Tuesday) at the Algona Country Club. The affair >s rumored to have a South American theme with Ed Gilmore head of the committee in charge of arrangements. —o— D.A.R. society met Tuesday, March 13 for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs W. K. Ferguson. Beth Annis presented the program, "Protecting Our Forests." The hostess committee consisted of Mrs Edith Buchanan, Mrs Anna Fairbanks, Mrs Beth Miller, Mrs Roy McMahon and Mrs Bob Williams. •—o— Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener received a phone call from their son, Staff Sgt. Gordon Wegenor at Greenville, S. C. informing them that he will be transferred to Germany in May. His wife, the former Beverly Lewis and their little daughter, Kristy will go with him. They expect to arrive in Algona for a 30 day furlough soon. —o—• Mr and Mrs Rob Reilly entertained at a party Wednesday in honor of the tenth birthday of their daughter, Patty. Games were followed by supper served by Mrs Reilly. Guests were Francie Zeigler, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Colleen Lawson, Vickie Krug, Jody Chally, Judy Munger and Nancy Muckey. Eilleen Lawson and Marilyn Miller were unable to attend. The March meeting of the Presbyterian Women's Association which was to have been held this Thursday has been postponed to Thursday,, March 29. At that time Miss Shelable Christian of India will be a special guest speaker. Miss Christian is a student at the University of Dubuque and her appearances here and at Burt were arranged to coincide with her Easter vacation. The household goods for Mr and Mrs Bob Chambers have been shipped to their new home in California. Mr Chambers has been seriously ill following an appendectomy and is still a patient at St. Ann hospital. He is now doing nicely and the family will go to California when he is sufficiently recovered. Meanwhile Mrs Chambers and the sons, Don and Dick are visiting Mrs Mary Lytle. Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan entertained at a party Friday evening in honor of the fourteenth birthday of their son, Jerry which occurs March 14. Dancing was the entertainment of the evening. Guests were Sharon DeGroote. Marijane Williams, Jo Ann Muckey, Pam Waller, Loretta Hall Patty Cowan, Judy Gerber, Patty Priebe, Sharon Erickson, Deanna Lau, Ben Herbst, Clark Adams, Deiter Gruner, Jerry Ostrum, Dean Hendrickson, Denny Waller. Robert Percival, Dick Zwiefel and Joe Hoenk. Mr and Mrs A, E. Briggs entertained al dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Briggs' father, John Briggs; Mrs Briggs' daughter, Mrs Bernard Ertnels of Webster City and the little grand- 1 daughter, Debbie Pecoy. Attending were Mr and Mrs Ermels and son, Martin John, Mr and Mrs Percy McGinnis and Mary Carol. Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis and Suzanne, Mr and Mrs Don Pecoy and Debby, Patty and Patnmy, Mr and Mrs John Briggs, Mr and Mrs Ed Mittag a'nd Mr and Mrs Bob Mittag. —o— Xi Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold an open meeting. de of Emmetsbrg wi be gest Tuesday, March 20, 8 p.m. in the Alano club rooms. Dr. John R. Hyde of Emmetsburg will be guest speaker on the subject of Cancer and a film, "Living Ins- urance'' will be shown. A question and answer period will be conducted by Dr. Hyde. The sorority chapter will weclome the attendance of anyone who is interested. There will be an organization meeting for a GI farm school al the Ringstcd high school building Tuesday night, Mar. 13 at 7:30 p.m. All interested Korean war veterans that are farming should Honor Roll At Burt Named For 6 Weeks Burt — This is the fourth six- weeks scholastic report for Burt Community high school. On the Honor Roll are: ninth grade, Shirley Schwictert and 12th grade, Ellen Stewart; Honorable Mention are: ninth grade, Pamela Andrews, Sherry Bernau, Lois Lichter, Judy O'Brien, Sheryl Smith; llth grade, Gary Gidding.s, Mary Keith, Karen La"- vrcnz, Norman Mitchell and Alice Thompson; 12 grade; Mary Chris- tenscn, Beverly Christ enson, David Christenscn, Ann Lichter, Wilma Moore, and Claudetto Sceley. The Junior mothers attended a pre-banquet meeting at the school house Thursday afternoon. The junitirs' have tho.sen the 195G theme and appointed committees. Mrs Heald and Roy Vanderhoff are the sponsors. Woman's Club Elects The Burt Woman's Club held election of officers at the recent meeting with Mrs James Chris- Tuosday, March 13, 1956 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Maine*-3 tensen. Election results were ns follows: President, Mrs R. H. Thompson; vice president, Mrs Russell Patterson; secretary, Mrs Donald Patterson and Treasurer. Mrs James Chiistensen. Program committee consists of Elsie Lockwood, Rulh Patterson, Mary Smith and Marco Bahnson. The next meeting will be March 19 with Mrs J. L. Miller and Mrs R. H. Thompson co-hostess. Recent callers at the Henry Meier home were Mr and Mrs Dick Gibson of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Wm. Drake of Kinseth, Mrs Iloppe of Fcnton and Mrs Johnson of Fairmont. Mrs Dunync Johnson, who was in an auto Accident last week, is a daughter of the Meiers and Mrs Johnson is Duayne's mother. The Johnson children were with Mr and Mrs Earl Meier for a while following the accident. The Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Fred Lavrenz Thursday afternoon the 15th. Carrie Larson will have devotions and Ella Sigsbee, the program. Two birthdays will be observed. The March meeting of the Burt Band Mothers group will be the 15th instead of the 20th as stated in the book. This is an evening meeting at the school house. Mrs John Miller and thj-eo children with Mrs Wm. F. Bait attended a meeting of the woman's group of (lie R.L.D.S. Church at the John Simpson home, Wednesday the 7th. Monday evening, March 12th, a Pancake Supper was given by the V.F.W. members at their hall. The Men's Club of St. John'.'! Lutheran Church served an Oyster Stew and Chili Supper at the church Tuesday evening this week. Mi- and Mrs Dean McAsec and son Timothy Lawrence of Garner were Wednesday evening callers at the Herman Neitzel home. Timothy Lawrence, who was born Feb. 22 weighing some seven pounds is the first great grandchild for Mr and Mrs Herman Neitzel. Mr and Mrs Dr. G. H. Beghtol of Stratford spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Geesman. Others at the Geesman home were Mr and Mrs Francis Menke and son of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gish of Algona. The women arc daughters of the Geesmans. TOR SLIM AND SHAPELY WITH A WONDERFUL AIR OF ELEGANCE . . . GLOVE SOFT FOR LUXURIOUS FIT AND COMFORT . . . BARE AND DARING FOR WEAR DURING GAY HOURS OF PLAY AND ROMANCE . . . 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