The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 49
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 49

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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April 10,195* HlgottaMpper £e* fHoinr s Rind The Want Adi - It Pays I Funeral Apr. 4 For Mrs Behnke Of LuVerne Wesley — Wesleyans who drove to 'Austin, Minn. Friday morning to attend the funeral of Mrs Roy Sherman, 49, included Mr and Mrs Lester Blain, Mrs Lillie Loebig and Robert, Mrs LeRoy Ricke, Julius and Adam Matern, J. M. Kunz, Al Loebig, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Loebig .and Mrs Jack Lickteig. * Mrs Sherman, the former Ruth Loetaig, daughter of the late Eugene Loebig's, died Tuesday following a lingering heart illness. She is survived by her husband, seven sons, a grandson, three sisters, Mrs Irwina Neuroth of Fairhope, Ala., Mrs Hetty Gibson of Buffalo Center, Mrs Edna Kerrins, Grand Meadows, Minn., and BIG TOP VALUES! 1 ANNIVERSARY PERMANENT FINISH TRULON PANELS * No starching * No stretching * No ironing Eggshell Color Sise 42x90" Long, 1 19 SPECIAL I BOYS 13 3 4 OUNCE DENIM JEANS Western Stylel Sanforized I SUes 6-16. 1 66 WAVY - LINE CHENILLE SPREADS DECORATOR COlORS MACHINE WASHES Twin & Double Bed Size 4 98 ANNIVERSARY BARGAIN SPECIALS!! CLOSE-OUT LADIES' SHOES Ass'td sizes and colors QUILTED GARMENT BAGS, Large Size _. 2.00 144 Thread Count Muslin PENCO SHEETS 81x108 2il9 Cases 49C .81x99 i. DRAPERY MATERIAL Large Selection 133 Thread Count Muslin NATIONWIDE SHEETS 72x99 I. Cases 42C 81x108 !• MEN'S ft BOYS' SHIRTS Ass'td Sizes ft Colors - 1.00 BOYS' RAINCOATS RAIN HATS 50c 3.00 BOYS' DOUBLE KNEE JEANS Sizes 4-12 -_. PIECE GOODS BUY! LARGE SELECTION 2 yds. 1.44 1.00 186 Thread Count PERCALE SHEETS 81x108 2.39 Cases 59c 72x108 2.19 GRECIAN TILE LOOP RUGS 2.98 and 4.98 CA&NON TOWELS | | Hand SI Clolhs, 8 for I Towels, 4 for I Baih $1 Wash S| Hand NYLON RIBBED T-SHIRTS Sizes S. M. L. XI. 98c FOAM RUBBER FATIGUE MATS 1.98 SPECIAL! COTTON CREPE FULL - LENGTH SUPS Eyelet embroidered! Sues 37-44. 1 77 **#'••'; tf * * rf »V ^^ m V * ** *<V* J- * » •^V?T.#' * *0 <* •«« **fc * ' v ** * 'V,/s%"V r & i < .'>/. •""•«!>! fa j| SPECIAL I DACRON FIBERFILL PILLOWS Large Size 18" x 25" Rose Print Cover 2 for 6 00 SPECIAL! 60 GUAGE 15 DENIER GAYMODE NYLONS 2 PR. SUM 00 SPECIAL PVBC«ASEl CHARCOAL «* WAVY — BLUE ORISS PANTS SIZES 28 to 40 ... 4.00 three brothers, Louis of Grand Meadows, Minn., Mike of Cedar Falls and Eugene, who is in the navy. j_ The Roy Sherman family were Wesley residents before moV-ing to Austin several years ago. • , AH end Nebraska funeral Victor Loebig, accompanied by Mrs Lou Schleusner of Gterncr and Mr and Mrs Fred Bonn/ went to Plattsmouth, Nebr. Wednesday afternoon and on Thursday morn'- ing attended the funeral .of the women's uncle, Ed Ferrie, TJ6, who died following a lingering illness. The Wesleyans returned home late Thursday evening. They were accompanied by Alf Studer of Macon, Mo., and Mrs Ferrie, who is the former Rose :Studer, daughter of the late A. A. Stu- ders. Mr Ferrie is survived by his widow, three daughters, Rose, Ruth, Patricia -and a son. . Alf Studer visited his •• daughter Mrs Ed Downs and family here and another daughter; Mrs Leo Young and family at Garner before returning home Fri* day evening. Shower Held . Shirley Eden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Eden will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower .Sunday afternoon, April 15 in SL Joseph's parish hall. She will become the bride of Hugh Haverly on Tuesday morning, April 24. Hugh is a son of Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly. C.D.A. Monthly Meeting The Catholic Daughters, of America held their regular meeting Wednesday, April 4. They voted to give $2.50 to the cancer fund. Mary Bode, Grand Regent, announced the state convention will be held in Iowa City May 3-4-5. She is the delegate and, Viola Loebig, vice grand regent, is the alternate. The group has purchased 12 new card tables for their hall. The next meeting will be Wednesday evening, April 25, and initiation of new members will be held. Following the meeting, bridge and 500 was played. Vi Studer and Emma Studer won high and low score prizes in bridge and Marie Doughan and Francis Weber in 500. On the entertainment committee were Ella Hanig, Esther Knecht, Marcella Studer, Rosella Neuroth, and Thora Cosgrove. Lunch was. served by Margaret Root, Mae Garman, Marie Dimond, Rosemary Stott, Clara Hauptman and Lucille Himer. On the entertainment committee for the April 25 meeting and initiation will be Bernadine Hamilton, Clara Goetz, Clara Hauptman, Bernice Vitzthum and Rose Hauptly. On the kitchen committee " will be Marie Doughan, Eileen Johnson, Angeline FOCPJ tsch, Lucille Forburger, Mary Angus Coffon Jr. To Wed Wisconsin Girl On April 21 Both Employed By Fred Harvey Restaurants Ben Studer Honored New Officers of the Iowa Shorthorn Association, all reelected are, left to right, standing: Malcolm Lomas, Red Oak, Glen Struve, Manning; H. Russell Held, Hinton; Lloyd Davis, Oakland; William N. Anderson, West Liberty; Ben Studer, Wesley. Sitting, left to right, Albert Hamann, Rock Rapids, Secretary; Homer Clausen, Spencer, President; C. Emory Stewart, Rose Hill, Vice-President; Donald Penningroth, Wellman. Absent from picture are directors Edward W. Fennem, Garrison, Tedford W. Miles, Corydon, and Cyril L. Rees, Pleasantville. Funds Available For Conservation 'On The Farm 1 Krieps, Dorothy Becker, Mary Lickteig, Ruth Schrauth, Anna Hirner and Mildred Cosgrove. Esther Knecht received lucky dish .prize Wednesday evening. Father-Son Banquet A total of 21 men and boys attended the Father and Son banquet in the Methodist church parlor Monday evening, April 2. Wm. Nicholas of Mason City was guest speaker. Donny Price gave a prayer. Dwight Bruns spoke <jn behalf of the fathers. Billy Fox replied for the sons. Mesdames Charles Nygaard and John Paulson presented a skit. W.S.C.S. Meeting The W.S.C.S. met Tuesday, April 3, at the Mike Flom home with Mrs Mary Bradfield assisting. They elected Mrs Dwight Brims, president; Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen, vice - president; Mrs John Paulson, secretary, and Mrs Charles Price, treasurer. The % women voted to new kitchen cupboards install the in church kitchen as a memorial 'to the late Mrs John Huff. Mrs A. C. Quinn became a member. Auxiliary Met The American Legion Auxiliary held their monthly meeting Thursday evening, April 5, with 21 members in attendance. Edna Flom, president, presided. They voted to give $3 to the _ancer drive. Mrs Flom announc-. ed a country meeting will be held in Bancroft Monday afternoon, May 7. Rita Ricke and Mary Reiling served lunch; 500 was played. Myrtle Lease won high score prize and Helen Youngwirth low g Ma score prize. Delores Madsen got the attendance prize. . ' At the next meeting, Thursday evening, May 3, Rita Youngwirth and Helen Youngwirth will be hostesses. Nyla Newbrough and Shirley Bruns will provide the entertainment. New Concept in Silverware Fashion A smart design of modern, simplicity interpreted with Victorian charm in DeepSllver . , , »ilverplate lavished all over with pure silver and inlaid with sterling at table touch points of most-used forks and spoonsl In beauty, years of gracious living. , f you'll find Silver Fashion in Deep- Silver compares only with expensive solid silver, yet costs far lessl Own yours now, Holmes & Edwards new DeepSilver -»- i mil Mr and Mrs ' Don Eden are proud parents of their first child, a boy, born Tuesday, April 3. She is the former Mary Foxen of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Fred Eden are the infant's grandparents. Fred Thomas returned home Thursday from Austin, Mass., where he went Friday, March 30, to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Sidney B. Thomas, 88. Mesdames Mildred Arndorfer, Many Kossuth county farms have serious erosion and water run-off problems which could be controlled by practices offered on a government cost-sharing basis through the agricultural conservation program (ACP). Such practices include standard, diversion and level terraces and sod waterways, according to Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the county ASC committee. Other cost-sharing practices of an enduring type which are offered in the cost-sharing program administered by the county ASC office are construction of livestock water ponds and erosion control dams. Land grading and shaping to control surface drainage also may be approved for cost-sharing. The value and effectiveness of these types of conservation practices have been proved on many farms in Kossuth county. Since funds are still available for approving additional requests for authorized conservation work to be carried out this year, Chairman Anderson urged farmers to determine their needs for cost- sharing and file applications at the county ASC office at the earlierst possible time. Detailed information on the various cost-sharing practices being offered in the county may be obtained at the ASC'office in Algona. Marie Doughan and ElaineDowns, who have been members of the Kossuth county rural chorus, have joined the Hancock rural chorus. This group sang at the Rural Women s Day in Garner March 23 and will sing i\t KGLO, Mason City, soon. Mrs Theresa Fpertsch and her daughter, Angeline, served at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon, April 4. Members of the freshman class of the public school held a roller skating party at Algona Wednesday evening, April 4, Nell Frimml, accompanied heV sister, Mrs Lucy Brabec, of Fort Dodge, to St. Louis Friday, March 29, where they visited Mrs Brabec's daughter, Mrs H. R. Rice and family until Tuesday. ' R A* fog/stemd Jewe/er - Amorfcan Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA limited offer!! 60-pc, Servle* for 8 gll the tilver you'll ever need Ic itrvi 8 people grgciously $118,00 Open Hock Price f 138 09 19.95 16-pp. Starter Set Value '26,34 SAVE '6.39 Own youf» now. Enjoy ih« (Onveni«nc« . . . the tcof* cmy of cortfret JtoinUi* itctl. Madt to last a lif»- time, »crat«h-reii»tonl Iw* Iroui velvet finish ntedi na <are or polishing in normal vie. Each piece flqwlettly crofted with bold linei (or stunning harmony with all OCCtlJOfitl. • moslerpitc* «f mod«n> design. New concept of do* ik: simplicity ,.. function? «lly ttyUd for coiuol tl»> yonc« in jmcjrt »nl»(t»iain^ Chicago, 111. — Two managers in one household—and both of them experts on food. This is the interesting prospect in store for two Fred Harvey employees'. The managers. Miss Beverly Hedlund and fiance, Angus L. Cotton, Jr., from Lone Rock, are planning iheir otfn personal merger April 21. As manager of the Bowl and Bottle, Fred Harvey restaurant in the Continental Companies Building at Jackson Boulevard and South Michigan Ave., Chicago, Miss Hedlund presides over a dining room, cafeteria and private club (the Mid-day Continental Club) where approximately 1,000 people eat lunch on a typical work day. Mr Cotton is currently doing roving relief restaurant manager assignments over the entire Fred Harvey system—from Cleveland to the West Coast. As for the management problems ahead, Mr Cotton is clever. He stoutly maintains that his fine way with food will remain a professional matter. His wife, he says, will preside over home cooked meals and cleanup.opera- tions. A Joint Operation^ He even goes so far as to add that his future wife is a better cook than he is—except when they collaborate on delicacie's cooked on his "hibachi." The "hibachi," a Japanese brazier or grill, Is a much-used souvenir of his days in the China- Burma - India theater during World War II. His attachment to the unusual cooking device stems not alone from gourmet considerations. He explains that it is easier to clean 1?h&.n conventional cooking equipment. Miss Hedlund, who was born and grew up in Amery, Wisconsin, majored in home economics at Stout, State, College, ,Meno- mom<!, Wisconsin, 'whei'e she was a member of Phi Epsilon Omicron, honorary home economics fraternity. She worked summers during her college days at resorts in New Hampshire and Wisconsin and served at internship as dietitian at Peter Bant Brigham Hospital in Boston. She was employed as dietitian at the Radisson Hotel in Minneapolis before joining the Harvey organization in January 1954 as a dietitian at the Chicago Union Station Restaurants. She also served as.dietitian for Fred Harvey at the Bowl and Bottle and at the Old Spinning Wheel in Hinsdale, 111. In May 1955, she was named manager of Hotel Crandell at Wisconsin Dells,, Wis., and served there until she took over her present position as manager of > the Bowl and Bottle in September 1955. She is the daughter of.Mrs John Hedlund of Amery, Wis. S. U. I. Graduate Mr Cotton was born in Chicago and grew up in Lone Rock, Iowa x present residence of his parents, Mr and Mrs Angus L. Cotton, Sr. He was graduated from the State University of Iowa at Iowa City in August 1949, then took the eight-month National Restaurant Association training course as management trainee for Harding's in Chicago. He subsequently served as assistant manager and manager of seven different Harding restaurants in the Chicago area. He joined the Harvey organization in September 1955. Miss Hedlund and Mr Cotton will be married at 8 p.m., April 21, at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Berwyn, 111. The Rev. Carl Lohrmann, who will be the officiating minister, is a great uncle of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a reception will be held at the Old Spinning Wheel, Hinsdale, Illinois. The young couple plans to honeymoon in the Caribbean area, particularly Jamaica and Puerto Rico. The honeymoon was planned with a special view to a return trip through New Orleans where they plan to indulge their special interests in fuod—in this case, taking in all the best places to sample and savor Creole cookery. They will make their home at 1353 North State Parkway in Chicago. BY INTERNATIONAL, TODAYS MOST *ODI»N TAILIW All ~ THf PIMIST Of Iff KIMB Benefit For Bond Lakoia — The annual family night and basketball jamboree was sponsored by the Band Mothers a week ago Wednesday night. Lunch was served after the games and approximately $133 was tafcwi in. Five wew uniforms have been ordered and the total proceeds will be applied on their cost.

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