The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 6, 1956
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6-Algdnd (la.) Upper Bes Moine* Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 A LG 0 N / A UPPER P'E....S . MO I N , E S j To Wed Nov. 18 Hostess At "Coffee" Mrs Vincent Esser entertained at a coffee Tuesday morning for new neighbors. Those in attendance were Mrs Joseph Rooney, wife of the new doctor here, Mrs James Haupert. Mr? Howard Bearsdley, Mrs Kenneth Holcomb. Mis Robert Horton. Mrs Don Potter and Mrs James Esser. Catholic Luncheon The monthly luncheon of the Catholic Action Guild will be held Thursday from 11:30 to 1:15 at the Academy Hall. Baked turkey with all the trimmings will be served. The luncheon was originally scheduled for Nov. 1 but due to a Holy Day it was oostponed until Nov. 8. Mr and Mrs Ray C. Braun of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Lorraine, pictured above, to A/3C Richard R. Robinson, son of Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines. The wedding will take place Nov. 18 at the Methodist church in Wesley. Halloween Parly Mrs Walter Boeckholt gave a Halloween party for her daughter Cheri. Guests were Robert Dreesman, David Martin, Phil Specht, Gordon Odor, Ronnie Mittag, Sheri Nelson, Bonnie Cook, Linda Sands and Carol Teeter. The children wore appropriate costumes and Hallowe'en games were played. Birthday Surprises A surprise party was given Sunday evening at Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wehrspann's in honor of the birthdays of Kenneth Wehrs- pann and Duane Dreyer. Other guests were Mrs Dreyer, Mr and Mrs H. Vaudt, of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and Mr and Mrs Darold Dreyer of Fenton. 500 was played and prizes given. Card Parly Held Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buscher attended a card party last week Sunday evening at Mr and Mrs Drville Miller's at Whittemore. Other members of the club who were present were Mr and Mrs Phil Eischen, Mr and Mrs Gene Bollig, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Besch, Mr and Mrs Roger Scott, Mr and Mrs Ronad Hansen and Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhardt. Four Corners Club The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ruth Harlan, assisted by Mrs Bernice Thilges. There will be an extension lesson. Auxiliary To Meet The American Legion Auxiliary •will hold their regular meeting, Monday, Nov. 12, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Dinner Party Mr and Mrs M. H. Fain were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs William Fain at Humboldt The dinner was given in celebration to the M. H. Fain's daughter. Sheila, and the mother, Mrs H. A. Fain. Birthday Club Dinner Mrs Nellie Van Allen entertained the members of her birthday club Friday evening at dinner at Van's Cafe. The anniversary of Atha Hardgrove was being observed. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Josie McEvoy entertained her bridge club, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs John Weydert and Mrs E. S. Kinsey were guests and Mrs Weydert and Mary Streit won high scores. Mrs Egli Hostess Mrs James Egli was hostess to the members of her bridge club Thurdsay evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Ed Sindelar and Mrs Bless Rusk. LOCALS Mrs Ezra Blanchard returned Friday from Iowa City where she had a check-up at the University hospital. E. J. Evers, superintendent for Fairbanks Morse, diesel engineering, is now supervising work at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Morton Billinger spent Sunday at Spencer with the former's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Bittinger. > Mr and Mrs Dean Barnes have been visited by the latter's sister- Mrs Henry Carsten and daughter Carol, of Hastings, Minn. Mr and Mrs Eppo Bulten spent Sunday at Thompson with Mr Bulten's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Howard Clark. Mr and Mrs Robert Bunkofske had as guests last week Mrs Bunkofske's brother and sister- in- law, Mr and Mrs John Long, .of Mat-mouth, N.D. Mr and Mrs Lyle Black were visited Sunday by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wayne Black and sons, Duane, COAT All-Weather Zip-liner Coats *40 TOPCOAT SMARTNESS OVERCOAT WARMTH COMPARE AT $50 AND MORE Fine coshmere-blended-with-wool, rich tweeds and colorful Saxony fabrics. Genuine "timme-tgft" zip-out body liner. Sleeves and yoke have "Sno-lite" insulated lining. Sixes for regulars, shorts, longs. JOP nnd Leonard. Mr and Mrs Dale Collins and daughter Kathy left Monday fur Sulphur. La., after a visit of several days with the parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Collins. Mr and Mrs Art Burris have moved to 520 North Phillips street from near Walburgs. The Eugene Mullers are moving to the Bui ris house and the Burris family is taking the Muller olace. Mrs Loreen Brown entertained at a coffee Friday having as guests Mrs R. A. Davidson, Mrs William Finn, Mrs Raymond Roid, Mrs John Thompson, Mrs Clayton Pittman and Mrs Dona Asa. Mr and Mrs Cleve Barton were visited Wednesday by Mrs Barton's sister Mrs J. R. Cook of Webb. Mr and Mrs Barton spent Thursday and Friday at Iowa City where Cleve had a checkup at the University hospital. He is making a good recovery. Mr and Mrs Cecil Burlis have had as guests the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Vernon Rohn, of Tuscon, Ariz. Sunday the Burtis family and the guests spent the day at Fort Dodge with the parents Mr and Mrs Al Rohn. The visitors left early in the week for Davenport for a visit and will go from there to Tennessee for a rather extended visit fcefore returning to Arizona. Aria Moore Of Burl To Wed November 11 Burl — A shower was held Thursday evening, Nov. 1, at the Methodist church basement for Miss Aria Moore who is to be married Nov. 11 at the Methodist church in Burt. Mrs Wallace Hawcott, Mrs Gordon Gifford and Mrs Wilbur Doege had charge of the program. Miss Moore was assisted in opening her gifts by the groom's sisters, Mrs Leona Sankey and Mrs Lucille Behrends of Lone Rock. Hostesses were Mesdames Wallace Hawcott, Clifford Holding, Walter Steward. Walter Lockwood, G. H. McMullen, Hiram Groen, Robert Devine, Lee Cole. Wilbur Dpege, Don Mitchell. Robert Hamilton, Al Hinckley, Dean Andrews, Gordon Gifford and Clifford Abbas. Lutheran Aid Election The Lutheran Ladies Aid had their annual election Thursday. Nov. 1st, Mrs Carl Reynolds, last year's president, had charge ot the meeting. The new year officers are Mrs Richard Lavrenz. president; Mrs B. E. Miller, vice president; Mrs Eugene Meyer, secretary; Mrs Lawrence Presthus, treasurer. After the election of officers it was voted to have a fifty cent gift exchange at the December meeting. Also a fifty cent donations to be divided between the Lutheran. Home Finding Society and Richard Schneider of Bancroft who is learning the minis- try. Mrs R. Willrett and Mrs E. Wittkopp were the hostesses. Coffee will be served. Mrs Wilfred Radig and Mrs Eugene Meyer are in charge of the December program. Mrs Cora Stow attended the funeral for her grunt-granddaughter, Theresa Lee Johnson, Saturday, Nov 3rd at the Curtis Funeral Home at Swea City. Mrs Lottie I.senberger and Mrs Lawrence Doege of Burt also attended the services. Word was received here of an accident to Cecil Steward of Hazel, 111.; son of Mr and Mrs Walter Steward. He had his right eye seriously injured, while at work. A nail he was pounding bounced up and hit him across his right eye ball. It was feared at first that n<> would lose the, sight in that i-ye. but it is now thought the .sight can be saved. A show was iu'lcl Nov. 4th at the V.F.W. Hall for Miss Mary Wagner of Algeria who will be mairied to Jerry Davis of Burt at the Catholic Church at Algona at 9 a.m., Nov. 12th. Miss Wagner received many nice gifts. Roger Steward of Fayette visited at his parents home, Mr and Mrs Walter Steward, over the weekend. The O.K.S. had a guest night on Monday evening, -Nov. 5th. The Masons and 'heir wives entertained. Mrs Max Goldman Ot Titonka was the guest speaker. The Junior and Senior Classes attended the Career Day at Lu- Verne Monday, Nov. 4th. Mr Castor and Mr Ihnen accompanied the group. The Senior Class Play, "Desperate Ambrose" will be held Thursday evening, Nov. 8, at 8:00 at the Burt Community School. The cast includes Toni Angus, Gary Giddings. Norman Mitchell, Jerry Ganruin, Roger Shipler, Andrew Harms, Arlyce Johnson Karen Lavrenz, Mary Keith, Alice Thompson, Edith Smith and Marlene Black. The Burt W.S.C.S. entertained about 22 ladies from the Ledyard Methodist Church and about 40 ladies of the Burt W.S.C.S. at a Invitational Tea November 2nd in the Methodist Church parlors The first basketball game «jf> this season will be played at Burt November flth. The game will be with Fenton. Rev. and Mrs Sarnek and daughter spent Monday, November 5th at New Hampton visiting Mrs Samek's parents. Mr and Mrs Orville Stow of Davenport visited from Friday to Sunday at the home of Mrs Bertha Stow. On Sunday Mrs Cora Stow, Mr and Mrs Jay Graham and Mr and Mrs Jim Sewick were dinner guests at the Mr? Bertha Stow home. Sunday afternoon callers were Mr and ivirt Glenn Graham and son of Algona. 'the Jollv Ten will have t Birthday .Party Thursday, Nov 8th at the Mrs Bertha Sto\v home. Mrs Cora Stow entertained the Sewing Club Tuesday afternoon at her home. A large crowd attended the P.T.A. mooting at the Burt Com munity School Friday evening, Nov. 2nd. Mrs Ervin Wortman of Lakota was guest speaker. Her subject was about the three Guaranteed to Go ... Thro he, Mud or Snow or We Pay the Tow GUARANTEED TRACTION with TirestOtte Town & Country WINTER TIRES W» mount Town & Country tires on the VMr wheels of your car and give you a "You go or we pay the tow" written guarantee. To Pay For Your Set While U Drive WINDSHIELD ICE AND SNOW SCRAFE3 rj fo buy—Just step in BRADLEY BROS Your Firestone Tire Headquarters months she spent in Russia. Honor Bancroft Priest On 40th Year Of Sorvice Bancroft — A surprise anniversary party was held in St. John's Hall Monday evening in honoi of Father J. H. Schultes who celebrated his 40th year in the priesthood. Father has spent 23 years of this life in Bancroft. A large crowd attended. A program consisted of a play by the school children, a talk by a visiting priest and several band selections by the band under the direction of Mr Robert Griggs; Father was presented with a purse of money. The C. D. of A. served lunch. Gleaners Aid Band Students of St. John's High School spent Friday picking up corn in several fields for the School Band fund. Several fields which included almost five hundred acres were cleaned by the school. Several tractors, trailers and trucks wece used ••rid the students were divided into groups of eight. The C. D. of A. will held a pot luck supper and initiation supper Tuesday evening in St. John's Hall. Mrs Marcella Fandel of Whittemore will speak to thp "roun. Miss Alice Long is spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Long, Alice is employed by Banker's Life of DCS Moines. The V.F.W. supper and party was held Sunday night in the Legion clubrooms. Cards were played and a large crowd attended. Alice Mefike, Betty Menke, Becky Becker, Gail Elsbecker, Charlene Goche, and Joan Nurre attended the Cheerleading Clinic held in Storm Lake Thursday. These girls are all nfettibers 'of St. John's High School. Mr and Mrs Elmer Menke of Fonda are spending the weekend with relatives here. ODM Clas.ifieds Pay Dividends I We give you our guarantee THAT THESE VALUES CANNOT BE DUPLICATED ANYWHERE AT THIS PRICE THE FOLLOWING ARE FROM OUR CHILDREN'S FLOOR: A Beautiful Assortment of Sharpees Girls Car-Coats in Red or Navy. Plain Collar or with Detachable Hood, Quilted or Flannel-Lined. Sizes 5 to 14. A Few Boys Parka Jackets, Wonderfully Warm Garments in Navy or Khaki, in Sites 3 to 8. Girls Snowsuifs, One or Two Piece, Mostly In Sizes 2-3-4. These Come in Nylon or Heavy Twill. There Isn't a Garment In This Assortment That Has Sold For Less Than $9.95 — Many For Much More. All in One Grand Special for — THIS WEEK ONLY THIS WEEK ONLY Fowlers Childrens Floor Before COLD WEATHER Strikes IT'S TO THE HUB! FOR WARM TOGS For MEN » For BOYS MENS LINED SURCOAT Never so much for so little in a Surcoat! — made of nylon blend gabardine (the best) with heavy quilt lining — longer length, tool Charcoal grey ||| Q|» or brown lUiwU MENS SUBURBAN COAT Warmth of a heavy jacket — neat appearance of a coatl Longer length for warmth, fully lined, wind resistant outer fabric. Easy-fitting, If* *jm easy to wearl lOilw MENS SUEDE JACKET Top grade suede leather — luxury warmth in a lifetime jacket! Treated to resist spotting. Snug knit waist, collar, cuffs. Choice of colors - MENS FLANNEL SHIRTS Flannel in a weight for warmth — tailored neatly — and thoroughly washable! Scads of patterns. Lot of shirt for the price Dacron Blend SLACKS with BELT FREE! 79S You're buying the regular $9.95 year-around slack from one of our best slack makers when you buy this Hub value . . . you're getting a slack of wearable da- cron blend — with pleated waistband. Plains and patterns. With each pair — a BELT FREE I HEAVY CHORE GLOVES Double your It's the famous Yello glove — favorite! The hea'vier glove that wears so much longer. It's double thickness! 3 HEAVY SWEAT SHIRTS Extra, extra heavy fleece-lined sweat shirts with nylon reinforced neck — in Silver Grey color. The better kind! 1.44 MENS TEE SHIRTS Notice the difference — these are WINSTONS made of full combed cotton yarns — wear better, fit better, launder up better. Nylon neck. Regularly 98c. 73c BOYS B-9 PARKAS 12 Compare with any hooded boys parka selling at $16.951 That's what a jacket "buy" this is — fine outer fabric, thick quilt lining, new zip-off hood with mouton fur trim. Choice of Charcoal, Toast color, Airforce blue. Sices 8 to 18. BOYS SURBURBAN COATS of handsome wool melton cloth and heavy quilt lining. Longer length. Dressy in appearance, yet superbly warm. |« <tf Sizes 8 to 18. IWilO BOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS of finer flannel and American made. A regular $2.49 seller. San- forized shrunk. I £Q Sizes 6 to 16. liQU BOYS ORLON SWEATERS both warm and dressy. Neat V-neck. Choice of new colors. Sizes 6 to 16 MENS PAJAMAS Compare with any $3.9$ pajamas! Real quality broadcloth in easy-to-get-inio Coat style. A host of stripes and patterned prints to choose I Put away some for gifts 1 2.75 LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS

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