The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1956 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1956
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Automatically pops toast up and shuts current off. Color selector assures perfect toasting. Crumbs easily removed. A OO Permanently attached cord *_ V*OU ELECTRIC SKILLET Fully automatic electric skillet with coppertone bottom and cover for even heat. Controlled heat with Westinghouse thermostat. Easy to clean, all purpose portable. Huge cooking capacity, A OO holds 4 full'quarts U«OO STEAM AND DRY IRON Steams irons, presses, steams fabrics, dry irons. Cool, easy-grip handle. Chrome plated. Weighs only 2'? pounds. Even steam distribution, fill from the tap. Dial heat desired. Extra long cord - EVERY ONE FULLY GUARANTEED l-A!gona (la.) Upper 5«* Moines Tuesday, April 3, 1956 Confirmation Dinner Mrs Mary Ruenger attended the cont'irmali'.m and the dinner followinrf it for her grandson Lloyd Hanselman at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Hanstfbnan at West Bend Palm Sunday. Other guests there wore Mr and Mrs Hoy Buenger, Mr and Mrs Harvey Buenger, Mr and Mrs George Hanselman, Mr and Mrs John Ilanstlman, Mr and Mrs Leo Thiel and Mr and Mrs Amos Meyer and the respective families, and Mrs Minnie Hanselman, all of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Wendell Kish, Spencer, Guests At Ortons Mrs Clark Orton had as dinner guests Saturday evening her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughter Carol of Masort City. It was a celebration for M» Abernathy who was observing a birthday anniversary and was also their tenth wedding anniversary. Mr Orton was unable to be present as he was at University hospital, Iowa City, and will not 'be dismissed till early this week. The son Deonis Orton, came from Omaha, Neb., to be with Mr and Mrs Abernathy and Mrs Orton, and another son and daughter- in-law. Mr and Mrs Arden Orton and children came from Des Moines. ' 161h Birthday Bonnie Lou Elliott was honoree Sunday at a Theatre Party. The occasion was her 16th birthday. Those sharing in the courtesy were: Marcia Anderson, Judy Lowman, Faye Loss, Judy Pickett, Karen Hutchins, Sandra Strahorn. Elaine Montgomery, Phyllis Met/.en, Ronette Metcalf, Mimi Wright. Paula Priebe, Helen Kuhlmann, Judy Adams, Virgina Dale, Sandra Meclin. and Marilyn Peglow. After the movie the girl? were served refreshments at Bonnie Lou's home. Presbyterian Circles Circles of (lie Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Thursday. April 5 as follows: Circle A with Mrs Alfred Schenck assisted by Mrs Marian Sigsbee and Mrs A. L. Fisher, program by Mrs Firman Laing": Circle B with Mrs Ada Price assisted by Mrs Andrew Hanscn, program by Mrs Clifford Etherington; Circle C with Mrs H. Sievcrs: Circle/ D with Mrs W. A. Hardy assisted by Mrs Richard Lee. Program by Mrs Wesley Schulz; Circle E with Mrs A. D. Crawford, as- misled by Mrs Bert Harmes, program by Mrs Bertha Pommer. Townsend Easter Party The Algona Townsend Club held a regular business meeting and Easter party at the Wilbur Holdren home on Tuesday evening. March 27. The next meeting was planned for Tuesday, April 10th at the A. M. Anderson home. This is to be a covered dish lunch and the April theme is to be carried out. The Mystery quiz was won by Mrs Helen Johnson. She also won 'the Human bingo. Mrs Mary Carney won the Filled egg contest. In the hat contest, Mrs JohnSon also won that with her creation of spring flowers. Congregational Fellowship The Congregational Fellowship Association will meet Thursday, April 5, for a 1:15 o'clock dessert luncheon which will be served by members of Circle 3 of which Mrs Albert Gvanzow is chairman. Mrs Ethel Chubb will have charge of devotions. A colored film "The Indian American" will be shown. W.S.C.S. Luncheon Women of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, April 5, for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs Sid Spear and Mrs Elizabeth Post are chairman and co-chairman. Mr Beck of Estherville. will be gut-st speaker. Dorcas Society The Dorcas Society of the First. Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, April 5. Those on the serving committee are Mesdumes H. T. Bunkofske, Melvin Bay, Robert Clark, Bles.s Rusk, Robert Hurton, Kenneth Seelev and H. E. Jensen. To Serv.e Luncheon The Catholic Women will serve their monthly luncheon Thursday, April 5 from 11:30 till 1:15 o'clock. Mrs Charles Devine and Mrs Frances Holtxbauer are chairladies. Mr and Mrs John Buscher and family attended the pot-luck supper Saturday evening at Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney's at Burt, a surprise in honor of their 47th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Campney are parents of Mrs Buscher and other members of the family were in attendance-. Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home' of Mrs'Melvin Thcisen. At the election of officers, Mrs Lee Schonck was chosen as the new president; Mrs Lyle Anderson, vice president: Mrs Bill Cunimings, treasurer; Ms Pat Metzen, recording secretary; Mrs John Roberts, corresponding secretary; Mrs Corwin Peer, sorority city council member and Mrs Russell Pickett, extension officer. The proyam was in charge of Mrs Lee Schenck and Mr.-; ilarley Haas. Rich leather . , .gleaming gold . . . that's fashion-plus, adding beauty to your watch. 5 HAX INCL. Eurich the beauty of your watoh. wiUi a WATCHBAND WILTGEN JEWELERS Church Rummage Sale Women of t h e Methodist church are having a rummage sale Saturday, April 7 in the church basement from 8:30 till 11:30 a.m. Baked goods will also be sold. Trinity Lutheran Aid Women of the Trinity Lutheran Aid Society will meet Thursday afternoon. April 5. ""Those on th» se s rving committee are Mrs Lu ther Loesch, Mrs Louis Lenz and Mrs Robert Leisner. Daughter For Ralph Simons', Of St. Benedict St. Benedict — Mr and Mrs Ralph Simons became parents of an 8 Jb. daughter the evening of April 1. The Town and Country Club members met at the home of Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer Sunday evening, March 25 and a lesson on the care of upholstered furniture was given by Mrs Nick and Mrs Philip Arndorfer. The club also entertained the hus- b;mds that evening. They played cards in the recreation room. They stopped long enough before going down to hear a little organ music. Jane played a bit for them. Lunch was served before midnight to 24 persons. Mrs Martin Seiler and Mrs Arndorfer were the hostesses. Mrs Leo McEnroe and daughter June visited in the Philip Arndorfer home Thursday evening. June attends school at Fayette College. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnro'e en- tertained Mrs Lola Ladcndor'ff, Jessie Sarchet and the Philip Arndorfer ' family to dinner on Easter Sunday. Itfr and' Mrs Nick Arndorfer were at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Liidwlg.atid family for dirt- ner Easter Sunday. The Town and Country Club will meet at the home of Mrs A. J. Grandgenett, April 4, in the evening. Mrs Lawrence Cink will be hostess to the card club the afternoon of April 4. On Friday, March 2,3, Mrs Dean Cole and LeRoy Pickens were slipper guests at the home of Mr 'and Mrs Nick Arndorfer. Le- Hoy, who goes to College at Mis- soiila, Mont., had a 10-day vacation between quarters. Mr? Cole's husband is in the navy and is located in California. LeRoy and Mrs' Cole arc children of Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens of Storm Lake. They called on Dorothy Arndorfer also. . Algona Upper Del Moin«* FARM SALE CALENDAR Aptil i, Wednesday Frankl Holstein sale at Algona Sales Barn, beginning at 1 p.m. 200 head Holstein dairy heifers, including 75 that weigh 400-550 and 125 that weigh 550-750 pounds, all vaccinated and TB "•'"tested. Quinn. and. Yungeberg, are auctioneers. Burt News Rev. and Mrs * fieafse spent Monday and Tuesday v With the Galen tfeals in'Sttell Rock. Mrs Ndal is a daughter of Rev. Bearse. Members of the 'Friendly Birthday Club were at the home of Mrs Elra Meyer recently in observance of her birthday. Mrs Eugene Meyer was a guest. Mrs Beftha StoW, who has been a patient the past two weeks at St. Ann in Algona, was brought home Friday A Fellowship meeting of the Burt Full Gospel Church was held Monday this week in the school building at Ferftle, and, Mrs G. Dickenson of Watkins Glenn, New York was the evening speaker. APRIL SPECIAL NEW! Bir'lhday Club Hostess Mrs H. S. Montgomery entertained the members of her birthday club Wednesday afternoon. The birthday of Mrs Elizabeth Post was being observed. P.E.O. Meets April 4 P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet Wednesday afternoon, April 4, at 2:30 in the home of Mrs Ted Herbst. The program "Medics" will be in charge of Mrs Herbst. Card Club Hostess Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl entertained the members of her card club Wednesday evening. High score prize winner was Mrs Richard Reynolds. First Baptist Women of 'the First Baptist church are meeting Thursday, April 5. After the lesson there will be election of officers. John Marshall Harlan, appointed to the supreme court by President Eisenhower, is the grandson of John Marshall Harlan, who was in the supreme court from 1877 to 1911. Man's Adam's Apple gets it's name from a story that a piece of apple given to Adam by Eve stuck in his throat. Famous WEST BEND Brand COVERED Only GAS Dries Clothes So Past ! "SUN-AIRE" GAS CLOTHES DRYER LOAF PA REGULAR *1.35 VALUE 74< Gel yours today Offer good while supply laili KOHLHAAS HARDWARE • Specially designed for baking evenly browned bread. • Perfect, loo, for meat loaves,, cakes, escalloped dishes. t • Seamless, heavy-gauge aluminum; 9" x 5" x 3"; electro- finish; snug-fitting cover. 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