The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1956 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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(la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, March 20, 1956 Cowboy Operetta Offered By Junior Hi At LuVerne LuVern* — "Howdy Cowboy" was operetta presented by the Junior high grades of the Lu- Verne school Tuesday evening in the school auditorium under the direction of Mrs Glenniss Harper. Mrs Clem Stripling assisted by music director Mrs William Lit- tle.john. Cast of characters of the three acts were Jerry Will. James Bchnkendorf. Douglas Holmes. Kay Brink, Rose- Dennis Northrop, Dwight Garman, Ronald Wilhclmi The chorus made up o* Sandra Heine mary Carroll. Jane Harper, Larry Kubly. and Gary Norcross. of thirty voices was ranch hands and neighbors. Several square dance numbers were presented by Collyn Dc- Nio, Diane Groh, Karen Baker, Ronald Clark. Danny Ellifritz. Earle Hanselman, Gary Norcross, David Trauger. Ronnie Wilhelmi. Rosemary Carroll, Jane Harper, Dwight Garman. Kay Brink, Karen Nelson, Katherine Hanselman, Sandra Heine under the direction of Mrs Claire Champine. Stage hands were Darrell Fett. Dennis Patterson, Glenn Henry and Jerry Schnetzer, curtain, Marian Wagner. Good Will Club The Good Will Club met Thursday in the Mrs William Goctsch home with Mrs Alvin Weber assisting hostess. Twelve members answered roll call. Guests were Mrs A. Nielsen, Ventura. Mrs Howard Swanson and Mrs William Erpelding. After routine business, the entertainment wa.- playing bingo with prizes awarded conducted by Mrs Donald Clark and Mrs Gordon Lenz. The April 19 meeting will be held with Mrs Jessie Stripling and Mrs Harold Niclson, Sr., hostesses. Progressive Club The Progressive Club met in the school lunch room Monday evening with Mrs Bryce Wicket! hostess. Mrs William Moeding was a guest. The nominating committee presented names of new officers. They are Mrs Earl Hanselman, president; Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, vice president; Mrs Bryce Wickett, secretary and treasurer, Mrs Jack Harris. A film on Fossil Age was presented and enjoyed. « , % ^ - \ ' et rid of your TV antenna! IMPROVE YOUR RECEPTION with CHANNEL MASTERS CHAMPION all-channel VHF antenna! : • The most powerful VHF antenna ever made • Years ahead in design and performance • Will give you clearer, brighter .pictures and sharper detail than your present antenna • Cuts down—often eliminates— "snow" and "ghosts" The CHAMPION out-dates every other nil-channel VHF antenna! Don't put up with spotty TV pictures any longer. Let us install Channel Master's CHAMPION — it's like moving your home miles closer to the TV station! Call today/ Gene's Radio & TV Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbor Club were guests Tuesday in the Mrs Clarence Hefty home near Renwick. Roll call was answered by 12 members and Mrs Rose Hefty of Renwirk was a' guest, Mrs Ralph Oxley gave a demonstration on making of lamp shades. Mrs W. Raymond Legler conducted a quiz on mispclled words, won by Mrs Ralph Block. Mrs Robert Barber and Mrs Clarence Hefty received birthday and anniversary sifts respectively. Entertains Guilds The Missionary Guild were guests Wednesday afternoon in the homo of Miss Jennie Mason with Mrs Milo Patterson co-hostess. Seventeen members were in attendance and one guest, Mrs Dora Ramus present. Devotional service led by Mrs Curtis Morgan and lesson study presented by Mrs Henry Kuby. The Canasta 8 Club were entertained Monday evening in the home of Mrs John Ramus. Substitute guest players were Mrs Allen Blake and Mrs Walton DeWitt. At play, honors, Mrs S. R. Baker, Mrs Harry Lichtv and Mrs Blake. Just-For-Fun Card Club met in the home of Mrs Wayne Warmbier Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Harold Meyer, was welcomed back to the "club. At play of 500 honors, Mrs Harold Wolf. Mrs Meyers and travel, Mrs Earl Janssen. Mrs Alice Hinz was hostess to her Canasta Club in'her home Thursday. Guests were Mrs Eli Eager and Mrs Anna Blumer. At play prizes were won by Mrs C. O. MeClellan and Mrs Bager. The Friendly Caret Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs Charles Hin/. Guests were Mrs Henry Pergande and Mrs Clara Wolf. At play of 500. prizes were awarded to Mrs Martha Schneider, Mrs C. O. McClellan and Mrs Eli Eager. The Music Mothers Club met Wednesday evening in the lunch room in the new school building. Hostesses were Mrs Wilder Rockwood chairman, Mrs Earl Janssen, Mrs Harry Naffziger, Mrs Carl Swanson and Mrs Jessie Stripling. At the business meeting conducted by president Mrs John Voss, Jr., the club voted to not serve the annual athletic banquet. They report a musicale will be presented April 11 of the numbers for the spring contest by Ph. 215-W Across from F. S. Norton's Altfona L. S. BOHANNON We jumped a foot when the wind brought our TV antenna crashing down on our roof. My neighbor says that my Farm Windstorm policy will pny the $50 damage only if I have wind coverage on household goods. Is this true? For the answers ' to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. the LuVerne high school band under the direction of Mrs Will* iarn Littlejohn. The club will serve lunch that evening. Luella Swiger entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Mar. 13, where she underwent surgery for removal of gall stones. • Arthur Riley entered Mercy hospital March 15, where he is a medical patient. Pre-Nuptial Shower At Wesley, Mar. I] Wesley — Sharon Eden will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower Friday, March 23 in the Methodist church parlors. She will become the bride of Dewey Valentine of Truman, Minn., on Wednesday, April 4 at the Algona Methodist church. Rev. Harry Whyte will officiate. The young couple will treat their many friends to a dance at the Duncan ballroom April 4. They will live on a farm near Truman. Home From Vacalion Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld arrived home Monday, March 12 from their winter stay in San Juan, Texas. They bought a new 27 foot trailer house and left it there for next winter use. It was 101 degrees in San Juan when they left and they found no snow until they reached Marshalltown, Sunday, where they stayed overnight with Mr See- felcl's sister. Senior Skip Day The nineteen seniors of, the public school and their sponsor, Helen Kleinpeter, spent their Skip Day Thursday, March 15 at Des Moines on a tour of the State cuoitol. They attended the boys' state basketball tournament. H^i'- field and Emmetsburg played the game. Complete Adult School Adult night school in Algona completed their 10th lesson Monday. Coffee and donuts were served after the final meeting. In the advanced sewing class were Beatrice Hildman. Rita Youngwirth and Mary Krieps. Carol Studer, Betty Bode, Mrs Ray Kollasch, Rose Ann Haverly and Mary Joyce Haverly were in the beginning sewing class. A New Arrival A baby girl, Jacqueline, was born Sunday morning, March 11 to Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum at the Algona Osteopathic Clinij 1 . Mother and daughter were brought home Monday. They now have four daughters, Joy. Joleen, Joan and Jacqueline and 2 sons Jim tmd Jerry. Mrs Martha West is the infant's maternal grandmother and Mr and Mr« George Vitzthum are <lh«s {paternal grandparents. '•'<•;-• of Mr and Mrs Ed Juchem was brought home Monday, March 12 from St. Ann Hospital, Algona where she had been a patient several days for treatment of excessive nose bleeding. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and Gary and Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer and baby attended a birthday party in Britt Sunday, March 11 for Morris Smith who was 85 years old that day. The party and dinner was held at the Gilbert Hall home. Orvillc Smith and son Glenn and the letter's son, Terry, attended a Father-Son banquet Monday evening, March 11 in the Methodist church in Britt. Orville Smith's father, Rev. Smith, aged 91 was also present, and 3 cither sons, grandsons and 3 great grandsons. Mr and Mrs Charles Froehlich spent Wednesday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ricke ana family at Williams. Mr Ricke, who has been ill for some time, was able to be up and about the house part time. The Lions held their regular meeting Tuesday evening, March 13 with 31 of the 34 members present. A boy scout meeting was held in the Methodist church parlors after the Lion's Club meeting. Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen spent Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Irwin Rasheim and family at Forest City. Leo Goetz took Rodney and De Etta Hall to Rochester, Minn., Monday of last week where Rodney remained for medical care. Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson entertained their 500 club Monday evening. March 12. Lester Blain won high score prize for the men and Howard Funnemark, the low score prize for men. The women's high score prize was given to Billy Goetz, no not by mistake, he was taking a feminine role at the game. Mrs Lester Blain got the low score prize for women. George Detmering got travel prize. George Kemper was admitted to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Friday, March 9. Mrs Floyd Eggert was admit- tel to St. Ann hospital, Algona, March 7. H. E. Hemmingsen attended a Green Colonial Furnace meeting in Des Moines Thursday and Friday. Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe and two daughters. Barbara and Debbie of Ames came Saturday for a visit in the parental, Alfred Erdman home. Mr Wolfe everything at your fingertips Make all your records immediately available. K»0p thtm near and orderly. Keep valuable papers safe in COLE'S SECRET VAULT Hidden from view is a secret vault, doubly protected by a Combination Dial-Lock (only YOU know its combination) plus on extra lock on outer door. Keeps confidential papers from prying eyes and prptects valuables. Will pay for. itself by preventing petty pilferage. In addition, ha» 3 ball-bearing letter files and 1 adjustable storage compartments all under lock and key. 37Vi" high, 30'/i" wide, 17" deep.. Olivo green or Cole gray enamel finish. With plunger-type lock thai automatically locks all drawers. No. 1473PL . , , S£3.QO No. 1473 $55,50 AOO/f/OWAl MODUS FOR EXECUTIVES "Merchant'*" File No. 13/0-Similar to above, but a doubla index drawer for 3*5 or 4x6 cords (3200 cap.) replaces the top letter drawer. Can olto be vied for cancelled checks ............ . 5i.u With plunger lock, automatically locks all drawers. No. I370PL $8.95 flight) "fxecutive" File No. 1478-Similor to above, but with 2 double index drawers tor 3x5 or 4«6 cords (6400 cap.) which replaces the top letter drawer. Can also be used for cancelled checks ...... $9.9$ With plunger lock, automatically locks all drgwer*. No. 1478PL. .67.4J left Sunday and his wife and daughter remained for a longer visit. Mr Erdman was expected home over the weekend from Mercy hospital, Mafipft Gity, where he has been a patient. Old Classmates Hold Reunion At Swea City Swea City—Miss Lula Haglund entertained for her hotise guest, Miss Gladys Thompson of Jamestown, N. D., on Friday afternoon, March 16. Invitations were sent to 16 ladies. Six of those present had attended the Swea City school together early in the history of the school. They included Mesdames Ida Countryman Butterfield, Mamie Bruce Sperbeck, Lottie Stone Johnson, Miss J. Iva Moats. Miss Thompson is a sister of the late Mrs Joe Sherman, Bancroft, and Miss Haglund. Other guests were Mesdames Margery Sherman Engesser, Rena Haglund, Vina Haglund, Mary Rider Seylar. Belle Rider Smith, J. E. Harner, Wayne Griffith, George Rohlin, Jean Tague, Mamie Kerr Dourte, Cassie Anderson and Leo Crowley. fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f Your family deserves REAL BUTTER CHURNED FROM 100% REAl CREAM Mr and Mrs John Wells Thompson entertained at a fam 4 ily party last Thursday, hoftor- ing the 84th birthday of his grandfather E. E. Thompson. A cake with 84 candies was featured. Present were Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson and Lionel Thompson. A grandson, Gene Thompson, the only one of the immediate family not present, is a student at Jew* State college at Afftei ^ ••_ Plan Church Banquet We«l«T — /The Methodists are planning a Father & Soft banquet for Thursday, April 5. RESULTS SHOW DEKALB CHIX' TOP-NOTCH PERFORMANCE 1 HIGH IOO PRODUCTION ftostiiti from alt tompftttrf D»Kalb tntrUl In Mndom Sam^l* feitl. •MI Mr irw* J$3 iitMissouri.^:!. ..'.'.'.'.'.... w lit Missouri.; 211 •§•• M* »•»* T tit 5th California. 6th California J71 5th Central New York.. , 219 IstTexas... „ 241 *H»n day bails 1st Missouri -~ 241 2 HIGH LIVABILITY The avtrag* livabillty of all of th* I completed DoKalb entries in Random Sample Teits was 91% from baby chick to the end of the tests. RESULTS FROM CURRENT TESTS 1st—Income over Feed Costs 16th Centra! N.Y. Random 1 st—Total eggs per entry \ Simple Test (Dec. 15,1955) _ 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th In Feed Efficiency. 2nd Missouri Random Sample Test (B>__ (Dec. 29,1955) 2nd—Hen-day Eggs per bird. 2nd Missouri Random Sample Test (A)— • (Dec. 22,1955) 2nd—Total eggs laid. 1st Intermountaln Random Sample Test (thru November) Order Today from: CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY, Algona, la. FRANK DROESSLER, Bancroft F. W. LANGERMAN, Swea City CLEM MERGEN, Whittemore HOMER MATTHIESEN, Fenton ALPHONS BERTE, Bode GENE HOOD, Algona, la. Ttythe Bia ECONOMY 1 ' OFFICE SUPPLY DiPT. Phone 1100 Guests in the Charles Price home Sunday, March 18 in honor of the 9th birthday of Donald* Price were Mr and Mrs Oscar Monson of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Curtis Rasmussen and family of Garner. Supt. Dale Mclntosh of Havelock visited old friends here Friday, March 9th. He is a former Wesley public school coach and taught several years in Ware and his girls basketball team reached state finals one year. Mrs Katherine Flaherty was taken to the Britt hospital Wednesday for medical treatment. Mrs W. E. Smith, her daughter, Mrs Harold Luders and daughter Peggy of near Hartford soent Friday and Saturday at the Clar- jnco Ward and J. M. Kunz hom- t'S. Mrs Smith is a sister of Mrs Ward who was a patient in the Britt hospital. The Mary circle of the Moth- odist church will meet Wednesday, March 21 at the Charles Price home. Mrs Harold Price will be assistant hostess. The K. Y. N. circle met the same day at the Herman Wise home. Mrs C. E. Ward was taken to the Britt hospital the fore part (if the week for medical care. The annual cemetery meeting will be held Tuesday, April 3rd at 7:30 p.m. in the Exchange State Bank. Dick Robinson spent the March 10 weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson. Odd Fellows from Belmoncl, Kanawha and Britt were present here Monday evening to assist in initiation ceremonies. John Rae Smith was promoted March 1 to Airman 2nd class. He is stationed at Carswell Air Base, Fort Worth, Texas, since Februarv 7 when he was transferred from Chanule Field, Illinois. Rae is a son of Mr and Mrs Richard Smith. A Republican Rally was held Tuesday in the Exchange State Bank. The committee appointed to attend the county convention m Algona Friday, March Iti were Tht-To'n Hansen, Jurgun Skow. Karl Kiilsholm, Lael Root and Mvrtlo Lease. Emma Studer returned home Friday, March 16 from a 3 wee.ks ilav in the Sacred Heart Sanitarium in Milwaukee, Wis. Her sister, Mrs Bertha Richtsmeier of Iowa Falls, has been with her but remained for a longer s,tuy in the sanitarium. Mrs Heni'V Mcrtz, countv chairman of Federated Women's Clubs, drove to Des Moines last week for the spring meeting ol I he council of the Iowa Federation i.nd was accompanied by Mis ,]. B. Asa of Algona. The annual school election w;i> held Monday, March 12. Thirty- t\vi> votes were. cast. Tom For- luirger and Luther Nygaurd were re-elected to succeed theinsehv.-; | us directors. ! Mrs Katherine Flaherty was • taken to the Britt hospital Wed! nesday morning for medical j Alvin Swanson entered Brjtt Algona i hospital I'or mi'dic;i! tre;itin,-nt \\ r '-'<lnt'-d,iy. Piilricia, 3 yuar old dau-jhu r $ 2437 00 "^-door, 6-passenger Buick SPECIAL Sedan, Model 48, illustrated. Any slate and local taxes, additional. 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