The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 49
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2—Algena (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 13, 1956 First HallMTax Deadline Mar* 31 County Treasurer Rosella Voigt annourued today that the code of Iowa requires that the first ins- ta!l»ient of county taxes must be paid on or before March 31. Failure to comply with tin.- law K'sulls in a thror-fourths nf 1 per cent per month penalty starting April 1. j Miss Voigl reminded taxpayers ! U> pay their installment a.s soon ' as possible to avoid "tin- last minute rush." All .special assessments such as storm sower, curb and gutter were due Jan. 1 and must be paid on or before March 31 to avoid penalties. So neat and sweet, serviceable too . . . Just what Juniors love for Spring! Three-piece costume suit in rayon linen, rich in buttons and scallop trim. Collarless cardigan jacket with raglan sleeves, flattering slim skirt. The sleeveless white blouse has a peter pan collar. Sizes 7 to 15 in Charcoal Navy, Charcoal Brown, Sailor Blue, Poppy Red, Crystal Aqua, Pink, Natural. $14.95 ELVA&JES "The Shop of Beautiful Fashions" GIKL SCOUT BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Five Bancroft Sailors Wind Up Boot Camp Bancroft — Five young men have completed nine weeks of "Hoot Camp" at the Naval Training Center. Great Lakes. III. They :ire William (.Jodie, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Goehe. Walter Ren- tier, yon of Arthur Render. Unnald Scliiltz, son nf Mr and Mrs Arnold Schiltx. Philip Vaskc. son of Mr fuul Mrs Kclnumd Vaske, and Thomas Wilhelmi. son of Mi' and Mrs Harold Wilhelmi. After two week.< leave. !h:\v will bo assigned to ship duty or service schools. Ex-Resident Dies Funeral services for Charles Wiltse, former Bancroft resident were held at Blue Earth Thursday afternoon. . Relatives, attending from here were V.r and Mrs Charles Baker and Monica, Mr and Mrs Joe Fox, James Fox, and Art Render. Tl Present T-B Article Loui.se Garry, senior at St. John's .school and daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Garry, has been invited to attend the Iowa Tuberculosis r.nd Heart Association meeting in Des Moines where she will present the paper she wrote on "Your Contribution Helps Buy Moru Research." Louise's paper was selected as the best in this section of the state. , was one of as St. Louis Wins School Honors Sharon Deiterinj;. daughter of Mrs Cle.tu.-j Deitering the 17 girls students University. St. Louis, recenty appointed to Gamma Pi Epsilon, Jesuit honor society. Miss Del- tering is a student in the College of Arts at the University. Mary Jo Weber, daughter of Dr? and Airs R. E. Weber has been named Veiska parade secretary for the l!)5(i Veisha to be held af Iowa State College from May 10 to the 12. Mr and Mrs Francis Priestei are the parents of a new son born Tuesday, March 6, at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. The little b:iy will be named David Edward and has three sisters and two brothers. Friends received word that Mrs Nellie Lupin who has been visiting her daughters in California has been ill and will be unable to return to her home here for a few weeks. Mr ami Mrs Joseph Schwankl and family spent the weekend ;n St. Cloud visiting with their parents. Mr and Mrs Harold Wilhelmi and Mr and Mrs Art Goche went to Great Lakes, 111., where they attended the graduation of Bill Goche and Tom Wilhelmi from Boot Training there. The twp boys will return with them for two weeks vacation. Edmund Vaske is a pntient at Holy Family Hospital where he is uivJer medical treatment. Maxine, Betty and Georgia Heldorfe.r were ho.-itesses to the Greenwood Girls 4-H club Saturday, Mar. 3. Georgia Ileldorfer was chosen to represent the club at Convention in Ames. Karen and Joyce Wilhelmi were chosen to go to Camp in Clear Lake. A talk was given by Gwendolyn Baker. Maxine and Georgia Hel-- dorfer gave a demonstration. .The Diocesan «ne act play con- tesl. was held in St. John's Hall Sunday afternoon, March 11. Schools taking part were St. Cecelia's of Algona, Emmetsburg Catholic, and St. Joseph of Bode. Mrs Elizabeth Korrect retuVned to her home this week after .spending the winter with her son George of Laurens. 10 New Pupils Since March I, Wesley School Wesley — New pupils in the public school since March 1 include Edward Heinan in the 10th grade; Charles Heinan in the 8th grade; Richard Heinan in the 7th grade; LeRoy Heinan in tho''<5tn grade; Marlene Heinan in the 4th grade; Joan Heinan in the 3rd grade. They are children of Mr ;«nd Mrs Charles Heinan who moved from Algona to the Joe Krieps farm which was vacated by the Wayne Goodmans. Ronald Muller entered the 4th grade and James Muller entered the 1st grade. They are children of Mr and Mrs Roy Muellei who now occupy the building;on the farm bought by Mike Pfeffer from the late Will Frimml estate. .Sharon Ristau entered the 2nd grade. Marilyn Quinn entered the 5th. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs A. C. Quinn who now own anfl live on the Leonard Arnclorfei farm. Wesley Wizards Meet The regular meeting of the Wesley Wi/ards 4-H club was held March 3rd at the Center School with Lois Bentele and Marlys Goetx as hostesses. Mrs Joe Goetz was the visiting mother. Elaine Neuroth, Louis Skow and Mavis Nygaard gave talks. Demonstrations were given by Rose Ann Hildman and Marlys Guetz.. Show Cancer Films The public is invited to attend the showing of cancer films in the Studer Hall Tuesday evening, March 20. Dr. Paul Warner will also talk. The project is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs Rosella Neuroth is Wesley Cancer chairman. New Arrivals Nancy Jean was born to Mr and Mrs Lou Ricke on Feb.. 29. Randall Thomas was born to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger March 1. Attend Convention • Frank Bleich, manager of the Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Co. and Henry Arndorfer, president of the board attend an Iowa State Lumber Convention in Des Moines scveial davs last week. Infant Baptized YOURS FOR THE COST OF A MEDIUM-PRICE CAR... THE BIGGER, MORE POWERFUL CHRYSLER WINDSOR V8! THE YEAR>AHEAD CAR! WITH MOR^ NEW OAR FEATURES THAN,ANY COMPETITIVE CAR! Here's dramatic proof that Chrysler has more that's new than all other competitive cars combined! New In 1956 Major style changes Longer body New Pushbutton Drive Control* New Revolutionary Brake Systum Hi-Fi Record Player* Increased Horsepower Instant Heating System* Chrytler YES YES YES YES YES YES YES Comparably priced Car "B" NO NO NO NO NO YES NO And the other 3 cars still do not have full-time power steerin V-8 engine . . . major advances which Chrysler ha Comparably priced Car "O" NO NO NO NO NO Comparably priced Car "M" NO YES NO NO NO YES VLS NO 'Ojjtionul of 11 g and the ai is had for ye NO iuu t:xiru to it rplane-typc ars! Ho wonder Chrysler shows the biggest gains of any fine car.«« No wonder Chrysler trade-in value is at an all-time high* See the new,. • "PowerStyle* CHRYSLER BIGGEST BUY OF ALL FINE CARS Our "Quality In" Used Cars ore the best Vied Con in town — only ul the Chryilcr "Sign of Quality.* J. & L MOTORS . 600 Diagonal. Phone 595 ,.,„„,, fOB THE 6EST IN TV. SEE "I! 5 A GREAT LIFE," "CLIMAX!" AND "SHOWER OF STARS" - i£E TV PACE FOR TIMES AND STATIONS Mrs Kenneth Forburger and infant son Randall Thomas was taken Tuesday from tne Brltt hospital to the Al Erpelding home where they will be cared for a time. The baby was born Thursday, March 1. He was baptized Sunday, March 11, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church by Rev. L. N. Klein. Sponsors were his maternal grandmother, Mrs Urban Lickteig and his paternal grandfather, Tom Forburger. The baptism dinner was at the Urban Lickteig farm home and guests were the Kenneth and Tom For- burgers and Mr and Mrs John Lickteig. Hospital News Alfred Erdman was taken from the Britt hospital to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday for medical care of a back in jury sustained in a fall on the ice at his home. Verle Janes was a surgery patient at a Mason City hospital last week. Tony Wagner was also a patient at a Mason'City hospital last week. Mrs W. R Smith was brought home Wednesday from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge where she had been for medical care. Mr and Mrs Will Fuller nnd two children and Bonnie; Dirksen of Albert Lea, Minn, were Sunday, March 4th guests at the Urban Lickteig home. Mrs Fuller is the former Ruth Muehe, a sister of Mrs Lickteig and Miss Dirksen is a niece of the women. Mr and Mrs John Muche and family were afternoon callers at the Lickteig home. Diane and Betty, pre-school daughters of Mr and Mrs J. Olson of Corwith, have been at the Dr. L. L. Pfeffer home a week. Their mother is a surgery patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb at- endcd a breakfast and Lenten devotions at the home of Supt. and Mrs L. H. Pruel of Algona Tuesday, March 6. Six other ministers and their wives were present. Mrs Maurice DeBo'er entertained the So ette club Thursday evening, March 8. Burrell Lease returned Sunday, March 11 by plane from Mason City for New York following 10 days at home following the illness and death of his father, Ammon Lease. Mr and> Mrs Will Martinek look him to the airport. Mrs Lease and Burrell spent Thursday afternoon at the Will Walker home at Corwith. It was Mr Walker's 82rd birthday. The Red Cross Drive opens Monday, March 12. Mrs Ida Fumiemark is chairman. Her helpers are Olive Erdman, Veva Lease. Dorothy Henderson, Kate Flom, Mildred Johnson, Jean Kraus. Mildred Martin, Beatrice Hildman, Josephine Meurer, Margaret Root, Mary Forburger, Minnie Bleich and Ethel Flom. Bible Reading Circle of the Evangelical Free Church meets Tuesday, March 13 in the Sam Alne home, Dixie Seefeld, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leander Seefeld, a stu- dent nurse at Marshalltown participated in the capping ceremony Sunday March 4. Lorraine Bleich was recently initiated into the Mu Phi Epsilon professional music fraternity at Drake University, Des Moines. She is a sophomore in Drake college of fine arts. She is youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich. Mrs John Paulson attended a housewarming in Britt Monday afternoon for Mrs Nora Gordon who recently moved to Britt. Methodist women met Wednesday March 7 in the Charles Nygaard home with Mrs George Detmering and Mrs Glen Gabrielson as assisting hostess. A missionary lesson was given by Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen and devotions was led by Mrs Ben Eden. The group planned a rummage sale for Saturday March 17 at the I.O.O.F. Hall and will also have a baked goods booth and an apron booth. Coffee and doughnuts will be served during the afternoon. The Neighborhood birthday club will meet Thursday, March *5 at the Ray Hansen home to honor the birthdays of Mrs Hansen and Mrs Henry Haverly. Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek attended a basketball game in Pocahontas Tuesday evening. En- route home they and many others were delayed several hours in Emmetsburg by a blinding snow storm. Mrs Don Kraus and Lucille Hirner were on a shopping trip for the Kraus store Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis.' Sgt. Robert Genung stationed at Lejeune, N. C. left last week for three months Marine Maneuvers in Puerto Kteo.. Mi* wife, the former Shirley Hansen and two children stayed in North Carolina. Mr and Mrs John Lickteig and their daughter, Mrs Elliot Waldschmidt of Whittemore returned home Sunday might from a weekend visit at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs Francis Hanley, her husband and new baby at Dubuque. Mrs Hanley is the former Shirley Lickteig and their baby, Michael Francis, was born Feb. 23. Ma- and Mrs Tom Vitzthum and four children of Laurens were Sunday March 4th guests at the parental, George Vitzthum home. The 19 seniors and their sponsor, Mrs Helen Kleinpeter will have Skip Day Thursday, March 15. They will go to Des Moines where they will visit the State house and other places of interest. That evening they will attend the Boys State Basketball Tournament. Baptist Pastor Bancroft, Resigns Bancroft — Rev. August Post, pastor of the First Baptist church, nas resigned his position as pastor here and plans to leave the first of April. As of yet no one has been found to take his place. Rev. Post and family have been here four years. UDM Classfieds Pay Dividends 9 they can ail Look Their Best for Easter- thank* to S&L Low YOUNG IDEAS Short'n Sweet TOPPERS 1Q95 Cognac reverses to solid black; charcoal reverses to gold. Sizes 34 to 42. Banjo stripes Charcoal gray reverses to light gray; frost blue reverses to solid navy. 36 to BIG SISTER SIZES 7 TO 14 UNIQUE Spring Is the time for Toppers. . . For the young misses a wide seleo tion of new styles and fabrics, i (Wool hopsacking, tweeds and rich nylon fleeces. Nylons in soft pastels with the famous Kittenyl label. All the newest spring colors. Fashion and quality • legance at a price you can afford. Sizes 7 to 14, A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS YOURS-ON LAY-AWAY TAKE HIGH HONORS THIS SPRING IN MEN'S REVERSIBLE JACKETS • Rayon With NYLON Blend Sheen Gabardine! • Rayon With Acetate Super Sheen Gabardine! • Reverse to Rich Solid Colors • Both Sides Water Repellent and Crease Resistant ALL THIS FOR ONLY 9.9S It's like gelling two fine jackets for the price of one — and a very low price at that! Note the new shorter and rounded collar styles. Sizes 36 to 46. GIRLS SPRING COATS 895 Many adorable styles in springs newest fabrics. All fully lined. Trimmed with detachable collars and pockets. Choose from faille, linen, gabardine and rayon check wilh bags to match. Red, navy, aqua, brown. Sizes 3 to 6x. FOR JR. BOYS 3 TO 6 2-TONE JACKET PLAIN and SPLASH PATTERN We Salute The Girl Scouts on Their 441h Anniversary AMAZINGLY LOW PRICED ! A spring suit of wrinkle-resistant rayon acelale gabardine. High-style two-toned jacket. Pants are half boxer longie slyle with half self belt, snap front and zipper-fly. Blue or brown. Sizes 3, 4, 5, 6. J.95 ^r

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