The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1956 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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Mrl6il Hostess '. IJfll Orlan Ott was hostess to her 1 card club nidfn'bers Friday evaflflig. GtuM Club To Mee» Richard ftdrion is enter tairiirig her card club members Thursday evening, SevKrlg Club Met Members' Of Mrs Robert Mc- Cunough's sewing' club met with her' Monday evening. Mr4 tiiggs Hostess , Briggs entertained Mrs Dale her card club members Thursday* evening. High score prize was? ^on by Mrs William Allen. . Club Pot Luck Hobby club members are taking' a pot-luck supper to Britt Wednesday and will meet with Mr* Daisy Ellis, instructor. Epttcbpal Guild Members of the Guild of St. Thomas Episcopal church are holding a bake sale and lunch at the church Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hebekahs To Meet • Rebekahs Lodge will meet March 27 at 6:30 p.m. for a,potluck supper at the Moose Hall. Bring own table service, sandwiches and a covered dish. All members are urged to be present for the business meeting. St. Thomas Guild The Guild of St. Thomas Epis copal will meet Thurdsay after noon in the social rooms of the church. Mrs Ronald Gardner wil be hbstess. The women of the church are holding a bake sale and lunch Saturday, March 24. Shower Honors Patty Kruckenberg was~"given a miscellaneous shower Sunday by Mrs Wayne Drone of Lotts Creek; Mrs Verner Burkhart of TJtonka; Mrs Maurice Kruckenberg and Patricia Wetzel. The groom-elect is Jerome Wagner of Whittemore. Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs Otto Westling 1 en- :ertained at dinner Sunday in lonor of the 25th birthday of their daughter LaVerla. Guests were Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling and family of Burl; Mr and Mrs David Kim; and Mrs Ellen Bjustrom and Milan. Hail* Af Gird* % [ • ' Mrs Johanna Hanson entef- iained at a card party Friday evening and had as guests, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll and Danny of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Cliff Wickey, Mr and Mrs Ait Wiese, Mr and Mrs Clifford Johnson, Donna Jeart Johnson and Sandra Hudson. Newcomers Patty The Newcomers Club met last Thursday evening for dinner arid cards at the Legion Hall, with 44 present. Hostesses were Mrs Jim Scott, Mrs Dean Grau and Mrs John Snere. Prizes for bridge were won by Mr arid Mrs John Claude and Jim Scott. Prizes for '"500" were won by Bill Becker, Mrs Helen Price and Marlin Meelhouse. Plan "Sox Hop" Members of the Eighth Grade dancing club will hold a "Sox Hop" dance Friday evening March 23 at the Lucia Wallace school, from 7:30 till 9:30 o'clock Parents of all the members ar;e invited to attend. Prizes will be given for the oudest sox and the prettiest sox Husic will be furnished by the -ombeau boys, Tom Hutchison, jarry Wicks, Allen Reid, Larry Hutzell, David Richardson and and M» Kew bars, Kay and Mrs -Yfc The with lifts", by Mf and Mrs James JTtt •gaye^a.- jiarty after School .fhoi-s8*S.r^ celebration of t the s&VenW*; birthday of her dSUghfer Mar^ Richard Tuttle. New hosts, act Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday, Mar. 22 at Grace Trenary's with Viola Becker and Eva Shipler assisting hostesses. Roll call will be answered by naming an Irish dish on food. Marieta Zwiefel and Vera Fitch will present a lesson on "The care of new fabrics." The meeting is to begin at 1:45 and all interested Jadies in the township are welcome to attend. at each party and chaperons are always sent, sponsors of the club. pre- Wed 51 Years Mr and Mrs Walter Brandow celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary Friday evening and had in attendance their children and families. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Brandow, of Fort Dodge, Mrs Eva Brandow and children Roger and Becky, of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda, Burt, Cheryl Ann Gpuge, { Mrs' Law- nce Miller,.- Kath^ and David, Mrs Alvm McMUrtay,' Mrfl 0W Smith, IVfrs Clenf McKvby, SUsan and Mary, arid 'Mass 'pjvfd King. The .womeii. spenf'-ftie* time socially and the/children-played games. • ...', Mr and Mrs Utfr e'hlertaSned at dinner Sunday in further observance of Margaret's Birthday having as guests at "dinner the paternal .grandparents, Mr and Mrs Merle; Robertst 6f Nora Springs. - , .- ' To Atterid eduneil ; 'Senior Girl Scout? 'and leaders of Algona ar^ij51arihirtg..'td atteffa a North Iowa icburfcfU'at 'Mason City, -April .«,.$-ahd-"'B.« Planning to attend - are ZulaKel.'Ankeri'-' bauer; MaWaret. Gade, . Patti Hedluhd,' ., J6>«*e Huehfrold; Re- jecca , Jef^ehsoh., -J-.tfdy Joy , , .Caijol ' Shore, Marianna Alvin $..• . ,• v"- IVesley, Cancer ticfimAffl , , . , SteeleV* Patricia'jThorhpson, Car ole W.itkopf, .AmV. 'Mikes', ';Sii 1 " nd ^- "Smith/ ' Karen ,.,«,_, — Alvin Swanson, 32 ojM Of cancer Sunday morning, March 18 at Britt hospital. •; funeral services were to be gld Tuesday afternoon, March at 2 o'clock in the Evangelical ie Church at Britt. Rev. Percy ^ Msson of Wesley was in charge of services. Mf Swanson is survived by his Wfe. the former Gertrude Harle, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gott- Qeb Harle, three small daughters J!§ih Marleen, Jo Ellen, and Judith Ann and two sons Laurie Slid Paui,- his parents Mr and Mrs Se'hry Swanson; four brothers, Russell of Wesley, M?.ynard oj ffOcikford, 111., and Leon of Al- Selft Lea, Minn. .The deceased was ^a devout feristian and verj active - In tfhuren and Sunday School work, a' good neighbor and friend ol 11 who knew him. . • .The family had farmed north a'st of Wesley since ,their mar- i iage and on the Carl Stanjuist ! fflnn the past year. - : • . Auxiliary Pfani leSfllo - f . 'I ..'. f fie Want Acfs - ff St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary will hold a rummage sale in the Kohl' haas building, across from the post office, Friday and Saturday Mdr, 232-24. the Sale will feature clothing especially childrens, and items may be delivered to the Kohlhaas building Wednesday or Thursday, Mar. 22-23. Money raised by the rummage sale will be used to purchase equipment for the hospital as in the past Mrs\ioe Bradley and Mrs Dan Bray are chairmen^ of the event. ChaifTrteh in other towns are Mrs Tlora Bradley, Bancroft; Mr* Mark McGuire, Livemore and Bode; Mrs Frank Hilbert, LuVerne: Mrs Ralph Reding, Ot- osenr Mrs Glen Gabrielson, Sexton: Mis Robert Hamilton, Lakota; Mrs Ella McDonald; Led* >'ard; Mrs A. J. Grandgeriett, St. Jenedict; Mrs J. M. Kurne, wes- ey; Mrs William McGuire, West Bend; Mrs E, J. O'Brien, Whitte- nore; Ruth Hodgson, Burl; Mrs Al Rosenrneyer.^ Corwith; Mrs Delmar Redirig,* Irvington; and tfrs John Stott, Titonka. lutchhlsp Mrs.-:Hel6n-Mikes; and Mrs Wm. 'A^eSbaufer.',- •. .f the Children NEW EASTER CLOTHES AT LOW GRAHAM PRICES "Sugar, and Spicft,v- Stfc and bows — on crispy-new Easter bonnets. .-•',."' '/ • i - ) •» r. - '•. "O-o-o-o-h ! what pretty things at Graham's GIRLS EASTER COATS The most cunning new styles of the season for girls from 3 to 14! Richly nubbed weaves, nipped- in-backs, lacy collars. A whole host of styles for your choosing this week! TO 10.98 GIRLS LINEN — WEAVE SUITS in two and three-piece ensembles that include blouse. Some with matching dusters, others with knit blouses. e ftn ft t\n 3 to 6x and 6 to 14 0.90 and O.98 GIRLS DRESSES Loads of dainty new frocks to delight all girls from 3 to 6x and 7 to 14! Nylons and nylon combinations, laffeta checks, crisp cotlons in plaids, plains and patterns. To make it a dressed-uo Easier! v 3.98 - 5.98 chicks an Easter thrill. Sizes 3 to 6>: and 7 lo 14 (.98 and 2,9 S c^, I ;?iI S i;l r l, li "!": weav l ? n . d . cotton Prints, and inj isrLr^ii ( "I'm just like Mother in my new linen-weave ensemble" GIRLS EASTER HATS Fresh, cnspy straws . . . daintly made . . . with daisies and spring flowers . . . ribbons and ties. They r« as new as Easter morn, and such perky, different styles. TO 2.49 All boys sizes prints BOYS DRESS PANTS for wear with his sport jacket for] tasior morn dress-up. Many new fabrics, biyled like < t casual slacks |,! t FATHER-BIRD SHOiS Bright and New For BOYS and GIRLS ' Fcr long wear — for good appearance — and for full quality in shoes — Mothers choose "Weather-Birds" for boih girls and boys. Graham's features a top selection of styles and sizes for Easter and Spring wear. s-i»£4 |F uneral Friday For LuVerne Man i Funeral services for Harry Von Draska, 72, resident of LuVerne f6r the past 40 years, were held Friday in the Evangelical United Brethren Church there at 2 p.m. Rev. J. Paul Stevens officiated aihd burial Was in LuVerne Cemetery. The Blake Funeral Home ,Was in charge of arrangements. ,; Mr Van Draska died at 10 p.m. Tuesday in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a patient for the past two weeks. • He was born at Lone Tree, Feb. 25, 1884, and moved to LuVerne from Lone Tree. He was a painter ard decorator and 'was actively engaged in ,his profession .until semi-retirement four ifears ago. ' Mr Von Draska is survived by a step-daughter, . Mrs '. 'Charles Bbyles, Excelsior, Minn., two jephews . and two nieces. One Siece, Mrs Ardis Phelps of Voc:or was with him' during his- hos- Mtalization. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nettie, five brothers and sisters. • . . Pallbearers at the : funeral were Steve Baker, Vern Jeffers, rJuv Giddin<?s, Walt Engels, Burt DiNio and Harry Lichty. . "If you accept another man's money you are-compelled to accept his beliefs," — Banich" Spinoza, Dutch philosopher, Man, 60 7 Hurt In Truck-Train Hit .. Frank Hauptly, 60, who hauls freight for the Milwaukee Railroad, vrss seriously injured last Friday afternoon when the train he was about to meet hit his pickup, truck at a downtown crossing in Wesley. . He was taken, to the Britt hos- ,pital suffering from possible internal injuries, shock and "severe lacerations, Mr Hauptly is a retired farmer. He was driving south at the time of the mishap. The^ train was coming from the 'east. The 'impact knocked the, truck about .50 feet, and fortunately the train was not moving very fast at the time. Hauptly was alone in the truck. . The accident happened about 2:30 p.m. , Boys Air Base i' - t I i J f | *•'»'•**.'* L *" " V i ' * ' ' ' -: Three Algona ' youths "r'ece'ntly began air force training at Parks Air ! Force Base in California. They are Bobby' L, tyheelefiv son of Velmer Wheeler;,:$Cenneth M. Potter, son of Mr and Mrs 'Carroll '•', Potter; and 'Marvin K. Dearchs, son of' . Mr and Mrs Claiide DearohsJ ' Wheeler iehlfsfed' Jan. r 24, Potter and De'arch^ Feb.! 3.' ,'All 'are presently erigagsd in basic training, i Wheeler attended Gould high'{school, Gould, Okla.; Pot- id Dearchs graduated from . _ ^a high. The three will be at Parks for six weeks. 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-DR. CRANBROOK SEDAN — Tuttfne Color If You r -' :• . * i ( . •" * . < *• - -V- . -, Wish To See and Drive Triii Car During Eve'hing HourS t Phone 668-W and I Will Bring It To You, -— We Always Pop For The Coffee —>• FURN5TURE, HARDWARE & APPLIANCE STORE STOCK OF HARDWARE, FURNITURE & APPLIANCES $30,000 ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD TO BARE WALLS FURNITURE FOR EVZJRY ROOM OF THE HOME. HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS BARGAINS GALORE. . . . PRICES SLASHED AND SMASHED FOR QUICK SALE THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER TO BE GIVEN IN NORTHERN IOWA g FOLLQW THE CROWDS . . . GET YOUR SHARE/OF THESE BARGAINS Only At A Fire Stilelike This Could You Get So Much For So Little Buy Now And Save As Ypu Have Never Saved Before. Hurry . . Don't Delay . . Come In Today! Zig Zag SEWING MACHINE FLOOR MODEL REG..$385.00 - NOW$142.50 3-WAY FLOOR LAMPS REG. $21.50, NOW S 10.75 EA, METAL PANEL BEDS REG. $22.95, NOW \ ,49 * REG. 19.95 BABY CRIBS LESS MAT,TRJS,S, NOW - WITH MATTRESS S 14,00 Mag'zine Racks RIG. $4.75, YOUR§ FOR $2.49" ALL PARLOR SUITES NOW GOING Price 27 x 54 WOOL SCATTER RUGS Vplues to $15.00, Your$ For • EA. $2.98 RfG. $11.95 9x12 Linoleum Rugs OUT THEY GO $7.95 EA. One Minute Insulated Tub Reg. $144.95 $90.00 FLOOR STAND ASH TRAYS REG. $3.25, NOW SI .75 «• SWANSON FURNITURE, HARDWARE & APPIIANCI STORI WHITTIMOBE, IOWA

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