The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1956
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Four Corner Club Meets Portland Portland — The Four Corner Sncial Club of Pnrtl.-md m-M Tuc-ydfiy, Nov. 6, at the home of Mis Herbert. Nelson \vifh Mr;; KI wood Nelson .-issislmi! hostess It was decided ;md vntcd that $. r j be sent 1o the "Tree of l,ifr^''.'.l Salvation Army. A Christmas pnl luck dinn;.-r wa.s plannej for tlif members ;md their families Tuesday, Dtv. -|, -,| t; u , Portland Community Hall. Theie wm; nlso an election of officors. Mrs Bernard Phelps will be the new presi- Minnie Larson, vice Mrs Klwood Nelson ami Mrs Ted Rike, A lunch was served dent. Mrs president, :-ec rotary, treasurer. at the close of the meeting. Social Club Mel The Portland Social CUib mi t Thursday. Nov. I!, at the Portland Community Hall with Mrs Ray Fitch, hostess. Ten members were present and one guest. Mr s ,j (?SS e Schmidt of Ruthvon. Mrs Harry C.'hristcnsen ;;nrl Mrs HuKh Will- i-ims had charge of the program and surprise number. There was an election of officers, all ok! officers holding over. The next meeting will be a Chrislmas party Dec. 13 at the home of Mrs Fran/ Teeter with Mrs C. W. lleerdt. Mrs Hinih Williams and Mrs Clifford V/altman assistant hostesses. Mrs Tony Jancll is on tjv sick list this week. Mrs Jesse Schmidt arrived a! the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs Fitch and Mrs Schmidt visited another daughter, Mrs Bob Skilling at Irvington and a daughter Mrs Forbus Stiltz of Livermore where they were supper guests. Mr and Mrs Frank Newville of Mason City were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Minnie LaiTOti homo. Mr and Mrs Ted DoBocr and Judy wore Monday evening supper guests at. the Verio Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Harold Becl^'r visited i'n (he home of Mr and Mrs George Becker Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary were Tuesday evening guests at the Ros.s Elvidgc home. Mrs Roland Chafoe entertained her Circle Wednesday afternoon, November 7th with' about, ten ladies present. . Mr and Mrs George Johnson were Friday evening supper guests at the Ray Fitch homo. Mrs Johnson and Mrs Fitch attended the shower that evening for Miss Arlo Moore at the Methodist Church in Burl. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps left Friday afternoon for Rock- foi'd. 111., where they visited their daughter, Ruth and' husband, Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga. On the way down they stayed all night with the George Moores at Maquoketa. Saturday Mr and Mrs Phelps and Mr and Mrs Krominga visited a cousin of Mr Phelps and his wife. Mr and Mrs Roland Paine at Evanston, 111. While there they wont on a site seeing tour around the Lake Shore and through Chicago. They returned home Monday afternoon calling on the Ray Bonacker's at Reinbork and Mrs Phelp's mother, Mrs Minnie Sparring at KHora. fin the wav. Mrs Hazol Cat-roll and Sharon and Rosella Bonavia spent Friday in Fort Dodge shopping. Mr and Mrs Deem Eissenman called at the Ted Rike home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Leroy Koppen and son of Lakota were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lewis Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Ted Rike were supper guests at the John Rike home Sunday evening. "An unkind remark is like a killing frost. No matter how much it warms up later, the damage remains." Lofts Creek Aid Elects The Lotts Creek ladies aid met at the church parlors Nov. f) with Mrs John Shallin and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke as hostesses. Election of officers was held, with Mrs Ray Laabs, pres.; Mrs Edwin Luedtke, v. pres.: Mrs Gerald Raclig, secy.: Mrs Eugene V'audt, treas.; elected. Tt was voted to send packages to boys overseas and to the hospitals at Cherokee and Woodward for Christmas. The next meeting will be held Dee. 14 with potluck dinner at noon. Each member is asked to bring a guest. Hostesses will be Mrs A. R. Willrett, Mrs Kermit Kuecker, Mrs Gerald Kuecker and Mrs Ray Laabs. Mrs Edwin Lieb, Mrs Edwin Luedtke, Mrs Albert Meyer and Mrs W. H. Meyer are on the entertainment committee. About one-fifth of the members of the senate in the 84th Congress are more than 56 years of age. FUMM'S G-75A and 6-24 A Great New Hybrids That You Should Try THEY HAVE TOP YIELD - TOP STAN DABILITY - AND TOP QUALITY Bob Dai! OTTOSEN A. H. Erpelding BODE Vincent Eisenbacher WESLEY Q. A. B'ustrom BURT B. Frank Mishler WEST BEND Lawrence Mueller FENTON Magnus Rahm ALGONA Elmer Kubly CORWITH Douglas Mechler TITONKA Blaine Saxton LONE ROCK 45-49 Tuesday, November 13, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 .....-.-••-:--.-^ -,-.,- -' -;.:•' •[•,,- T— -rr-'- •- --.--..- ---_•.- v i-—,-_..- - - - ,--Algona Girl Bride Oct. 22 soph's Council met Monday evdn- ing, Nov. 4, in the K. C. club room for their regular monthly meeting with Peter Becker, Gratjd Knight, presiding. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour wore Alfred Thilges, John B. Reding, Lawrence Thilges, Vernon Plat he and Joel Reding. Two films on retarded children we DC shown and the council contributed $40.00 to the Retarded Children's Fund. Catholic Daughters of America, , Court St. Joseph will hold their I regular monthly meeting on Wed! ntsckiy, Nov. 14th at 7:30 o'clock in St. Joseph's School hall with Mrs Frank Reding, grand regent, presiding. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour will be Mrs Herbert Kayser, Margaret Reidmiller, Mrs Norbert Friders, Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs Frank Bormann, Mrs Frank Hilbert, Mrs John Origin-, Mrs Joe Sinnwcll, Mrs Alfred Reding, Mrs Wilfred Schneider. Mrs John Hilbert and Mrs John Capesius. A I wish to sincerely thank all those who voted for me in the general election and for all the support and work which so many of my friends did in my behalf. It was all deeply appreciated. Charles Supervisor-Elect, First District Jane Elizabeth Hicks, daughter of Mr and Mrs H. B. Hicks of Algona, is pictured above with Philip F. Doocy, son of Mr and Mrs W. F. Doocy of Bancroft, to whom she was married Oct. 22, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. The wedding story appeared n this paper several weeks ago. They will make their home at Bancroft. (Nels Isaacson photo. — UDM engraving). ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders took St. Joseph's school basketball cheerleaders to a pep rally in Storm Lake Thursday. The cheerleaders arc Kay Ann Friders, Jean Becker, Patsy O'Brien, Jean Becker and Alma Illg. Mr and Mrs Friders visited with Mrs Fridcr's cousin, Mr and Mrs Roger Yarbrough and daughters in Storm Lake while the girls attended the rally. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ptacek and family moved from Wesley to the farm house here recently vacated by Mrs John Becker. Mr Ptacek is employed with the Becker Construction Co. of St. Joe. Their children attend St. Joseph's school. Joyce is a seventh grade student and Jeanette, a third grade; and Karen and Gerald pre-scfiool. Mr and Mrs Will Reding accompanied Mr and Mrs Peter Reding Sr. and daughter Leona from Al^ona and spent the weekend in Minneapolis with relatives. Mr and Mrs Cyril Kellner are parents of a son born in their home on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Mrs Lawrence Thilges, Mr Kell- nc-r's sister, is attending to the work in the Kellner home. Knights of Columbus, St. Jo- L. S. BOHANNON "I was hunting on the {arm next to mine. I knocked out my pipe tobacco — an hour later Jhe woods and fence row were ablaze. Will my Farm Liability Insurance pay my neighbor's damage?" For 1he answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. car might have expected in 1960 IS You might have waited three more year* for the thrills that can he yours l"<!<t>/ in the amazing IMiiO-new Plymouth! 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