The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 6, 1956
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'Perfect Idiot' Is Junior Play At Titonka filonka — A three act play, "The Perfect Idiot", will be given by the Junior Class of Titonka High school on Friday, Nov. 9, in the school gymnasium at 2 p.m. Reserve this evening for lots of laughter and fun. The cast includes the following: Puff, Clinton Asche; Policeman, Lloyd Bartelt,; Rhodora, Donna Beenken; Linda, Trudy Bess; Lather- by, Arlen Bilsbourough; Roger, Allen Boyken; Barnard, Ronald Boyken; Carla. Virginia Fritz; Miss Baker, Virginia Miller; Dan, Michael Nelson; Margaret, Beverly Richter; Jackie, Gary Sleper; Jeannie. Virginia Swan, Miss Booth, Mary Trunnelle and Van Barf, Dan-el Wubben. Other members of the class having parts of make up, lights, prompter, publicity, tickets, curtain, programs and stage crews are as follows: Dawn Beenken, Ernest Carlson, Clinton Eden, Sandra Gerdis, Harold Harms, Jerald Harms, Janice Intermill, Diane Drominga, Richard Mayland, Shirley Parcel. Gary Pearson, Merle Phelps, Wendell Schutjer, Dwight Seaberg, Faye Ann Smidt, Phyllis Smidt, Bruce Sleeker, Julius Stecker, Sherry Sleeker, Marvin Strobel, Belle Tjaden, Floyd Ullman, Lora Wil- lemssen and Corrine Zwiefel. Released From Service Raymond H. Franzen, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Franzen of Tilonka was discharged from Ft. Bragg, Oct. 19 and arrived home last week after two years of service in the United Stales Army. He enlered service January 17, 1955 and at that time he received his basic training at Camp Chaffee. He spent six months attending a surveying school at Fort Sill, Ok la., and worked with Artillery Survey at Fort Bragg, N. C., where he was discharged. Parents of Girl Mr arid Mrs Donald Bjustrom of Titonka are the parents of a baby girl born Oct. 30 at the Fort Dodge hospital. They named the baby Debra Ann. Mrs Bjustrom is staying at his parents home near Fort Dodge for two weeks. Mr Bjustrom is the new sixth grade teacher, having moved here this fall. Has Aopendeciomy Bruce Stecker, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Stecker Jr., entered (he Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Friday where he underwent an appendectomy operation. For a few days he was a seriously sick lad but is now coming along as well as can be expected. He is a junior in high school. Released By Service ,Irvin Welp.f'son-of'Mr and Tflt Ray Welp, returned home from two years of service in the army to the day. He entered Oct. 18, 1954, and arrived home October 18. He spent 9 weeks at Camp Chaffee, Ark., and most of the time was spent in Maryland where he worked with missies and anti-aircraft. He was discharged from Fort Sheridan, 111. Saturday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sacliau and girls were Mr and Mrs Semis Isebrund. Karen Van Hove, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove, entertained 10 of her class mates at a birthday party in her honor Friday afternoon, Nov. 2. She was 13 years old Nov. 1st. Her birthday cake was baked and decorated by her neighbor, Mrs Norma Tapper. After games were played lunch was served by her mother. Mr and Mrs John Meyer and family of Britt and Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and children were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr and , Mrs George Boekelman. Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Ben U. Meyers at Spirit Lake. David Honken of Fort Riley, Kansas, recently called his parents that he has been recently given an office clerk course majoring in English and typing. He will be discharged the early part of next year. Guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Welhousen's were Mr and Mrs Virgil Heesch and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Irvin Brandt and Caremon of Woden, Mr and Mrs Nick Heesch and Conrad Mayland, Mrs Anna Swyter, and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Welhousen and daughter, all of Titonka Sunday afternoon. They were there to celebrate the birthdays of Cecil Welhousen, five year old son of Mr and Mrs Herman Welhousen and Paul Heesch, nine year old son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Heesch. Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rode and Linda Lou, were Friday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters. The basement has been dug and the foundation started on the new home being erected for John Tjarks, just east of the home of Ray Hansen. He has been living at "Hayfield the past two years but has decided to move back to Titonka. Mr and Mrs Harold Heesch and sons were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Nick Heesch and Mrs Anna Swyter to Des Moines Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Reinert Dirksen, and family. Mr and Mrs Louis Bartlett received the news of the birth of a grandson Friday at the Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Roger Page are the new parents, Mrs Page was the former Beulah Bartlett. Mr and Mrs Homer Downs spent the weekend at West Liberty where they visited at the home of their son and wife, Mr and Mrs Dick Downs. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mi- and Mrs George Sachau and girls. Mr and Mrs George Boekelman were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Eric Peterson to Hayfield Tu es " day evening where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs John Tjarks. Mr and Mrs Herman Schutter and sons of Jewell Were Sunday guests at the homes of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Swans and the parental Wm. Schram, and Bonno Schutter homes. Mr and Mrs Earl Young and family have rented the Earnest Godfredsen house and have moved in. The Godfredsens moved last week to their home at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bruns moved into the house vacated by Henry Korte and owned by Enko Smidt and Mr and Mrs Carl Ludwig, who is a daughter and son- in-law of Mr and Mrs Delmar Kenseth, have moved into the Clarence Bruns apartments which was the former Lucy Ucwville home. Mr and Mrs Henry Iloitc Sr. and Derm and Patsy left Wednesday afternoon for their new home in Albuerque, New Mexico. Their sons Henry Korte Jr. and Merle Korte and their families have been living there for some time. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bruns have rented the Korte house and will move in by November 1st . Whittemore Mrs Anna Behnke entertained the Southside Card Club at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs Henry Wichtendahl winning high, Mrs Anna Wehrspann, second high, and Mrs Emma Knecht low. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and daughter Marlene and son Paul of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Frank Eisele and sons Paul and Robert were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley in honor of their daughter Marybeth on her first communion. Mr and Mrs James Boyle of Blackfoot, Idaho, were overnight guests with Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien Wednesday. They were enroule home after visiting with relatives at Shullsburg and Benton, Wis. Theresa Busherfeld SA, daughter of Mr and Mrs Anthony Busherfeld arrived home Wednesday from Bainbridge, Maryland, to spend a 14 day leave here with her parents. Miss Busherfeld enlisted with the Waves on August 27, and after reporting back to Bainbridge she will take a 10 week's course with the hospital corps. PENNEYlS ii i V/A vs ": ?• i« ft LIVE BETTER... . GIVE BETTER OH A BUDGET Penney values for the holiday homemaker! PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Tuesday, Nov. «, 1956 Atgofia (la.) Uppif fat M«tfltt"»9 VOTE FOR Penney's Cotton Rayon - Wool Plaid Pair Blankets Twin or Double. Size 72 x 84" Weight 31/2 IBs. 4.98 Penney's Fluffly Soft Cotton Blankets With Charming Rose Prints Satin-bound Hand Washable Size 72 x 90" •Special! 100% •jWool 3 Lb. Blanket Large Size 72 x 84 £ 5 Yr. replacement Guarantee against moths. "f MA Choice Colors I •Hrt } COTTON SHEET BLANKETS I AQ SIZE A AQ (90 81 x 108 ft.tXl SENSATIONAL BLANKETS ADVERTISED IN LIFE! Fabulous! Penney blankets of Avisco rayon with Orion ! Hand wash in lukewarm water dry fluffy warm like new. Double woven. Life-of- blanket nylon binding. 790 72 by 90 inches long f •• \ Herman J. STUOER NYLOti <OViER * , . A-FLURRY WITH GOLDEN FLAKES! V i+^^f.pi-. ^V**^ ffyf .<:.' f^ - '•> •• '&s'«'i -^ " DACRON®-FILLED PILLOWS tagged with Dupont's quality label Sleep in comfort on Penney's plump airlight pillows—made to the strict standards of the Dupont Company. Permanently fluffy! PERFECT FOR GIFT GIVING ; 4 big 19 by 25 inches FITTED MATTRESS PROTECTORS TWIN SIZE 3.79 FULL BED . 4.T9 SIZE 70 x 95 PERCALE FITTED BOTTOM SHEETS 2.29 S LEL 2.49 TWIN SIZE WAVY-LINE CHENILLE SPREADS 4.98 [TWIN AND DOUBLE SEED SIZE IRONING BOARD and COVER SET 2.00 SILICONS TREATED PAD FITS ALL STANDARD SIZES ••> ITVrr*-'-*,?. -mf - — YOUR SANTAS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY AUDITOR HERE IS THE RECORD A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF KOSSUTH COUNTY PRAIRIE TWP. TRUSTEE, 12 YEARS SERVED 24 YEARS AS PRAIRIE TWP. SCHOOL DIRECTOR DIRECTOR WESLEY CO-OP ELEVATOR SIX YEARS DIRECTOR WESLEY CO-OP CREAMERY 11 YEARS DIRECTOR K & H OIL CO., SERVING 3rd YEAR DIRECTOR WESLEY COMMUNITY BUILDERS, PAST 2 YEARS MEMBER KOSSUTH EXTENSION SERVICE COUNCIL LEADER, 4-H CLUB, PRAIRIE TWP., 8 YEARS COUNTY CHR. U. S. GOVT. SAVJNGS BOND DRIVE, 2 YEARS MEMBER BUILDING COMMITTEE, ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, WESLEY 10 YEARS TWP. AAA COMMITTEMAN 5 YEARS COUNTY COMMITTEE, PMA csnd ASC l'/2 YEARS, OFFICE MANAGER, COUNTY ASC •••••••••••i (•••••••••••••••••••I WHEN MR. STUDER DECIDED TO RESIGN AS OFFICE MANAGER OF THE COUNTY ASC, ALGONA PAPERS SAID THIS: From The Algona Upper Des Moines Thursday, April 14, 1955 "Mr Studer's departure from the post will remove from office one of the most widely known men in the county, a man who has served in excellent fashion during the recent years, and who has made possible the various evolutions of the farm program locally without undue confusion as changes have taken place." From The Kossuth County Advance Tuesday, April 12, 1955 "He held the chairmanship until August, 1953 when he became the first Kossuth County ASC office manager under the present administrative set-up. Studer worked diligently to coordinate the many phases of the ASC program and the splendid service given to the farmers of Kossuth County during this period are the results of his efforts. Kossuth County farmers, especially those who worked with Mr. Studer through the years in making the ASC program successful, will join the County ASC Committee in expressing regret that Herman fotfnd it necessary to drop his work at this time." Mr. Studer is married and the father of 5 sons, one in military service. He has an outstanding record of real Community and Public Service as outlined above. He successfully administered the handling of millions of dollars in Federal Government funds in PMA & ASC work programs. And above all, he has conducted an honest campaign for office without maliciousness or slander. EXPERIENCED CAPABLE COURTEOUS x HERMAN I. STUDER FOR COUNTY AUDITOR Kossuth Democratic Central Committee

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