The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1956 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 20, 1956
Page 11
Start Free Trial

2-Algohd (Id.) Uppfcf DM Main** Tuesday, November 26, 1956 Xmas Parties Planned By L-Rock Circles Lone Rock—The Esther circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs C. Iv Nordine and Mrs Florence Sehradcr assisting. Thirteen members \verr piesent, and Mrs Hulda Rclniilx, Mrs Charle.< Staudt, Miss Florence Yager and TUitli Krueger were guests. Plans wrrr made for the next mooting which will bo a Christmas party tn lie held With Mrs Robert Fort- noy. This meeting will he held a Nveck curly on Dec. 13 instead of Dec. 20th." A Christmas gift ex change will also take place. Art Person had charge of devotional study. The Mary Ciivli- mel with Ed Blanehard and Mrs Lawrence Nrwbnmgh. Eight mombe-> were present. Next meeting will bo a Christmas parly to be held Mrs the Mrs with Mrs Fred Genrieh. It will be pot luek and the meeting will he one week enrly on Dec. 13th. Those who hi ing cb'idren please bring a fifty cent gift exchange. Guild of Intercessors are to be guests at the Christmas meeting. A special thank offering was collected at the circle meetings this month. 4-H Club News The Lone Rock Lively Rockets mel Saturday afternoon, Nov. 10. Hostess was Jo Ann McCleish. Demonstrations were given by Janece Kissner. Lavcnnc Thompson, and Nancy Fischer. Dawn Si-hull:', and Susan Montgomery .save talks. During the business meeting committees were picked for the Christmas party. Guest mothers were Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Jane Vnske and Mrs Janice Goehe. Third Birthday Tommy Klepper celebrated his third birthday last Thursday with u birthday party at his home. Twenty little friends attended. Games were played and lunch was served by his mother. LeRuy Klopper. TOY CARNIVAL Dolls Dolls ROMPY and CHUNKY A JlOft A" v ' n yl with super *ml flex arms and legs . . . sleeping eyes . . . rooted pony tail. Dress, slip, pinafore,, negligee, vinyl molded shoes, silk stockings, and panties in wardrobe trunk. LOVE-ME BABY $498 15 inch, all vinyl with rooted ponytail hair-do. Her eyes close and her head turns. Super-flex legs. Pert, little all vinyl <VOfl girl and lamb and *» 1 boy and his horse, Washable and unbreakable. •a. 18 Inch walking with beautiful bridal outfit even to the spray of flowers on ' her wrist. ; 'i This coupon worth $2.51 ON THE PURCHASE OF 20" Alt VINYL DOLL Reg. $7.49, With Coupon $4.98 This Offer Subject to LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE at this Price! 20 inches toll, all vinyl with rooted poodle hair-do. Her head moves and she has super-flex arms and legs. She's wearing a beautiful nylon dress with apron, vinyl shoes and silk stockings. HALL-STRAHORN HDWE. The Hardware Store on The North Side of the Street y/jy/y/^/My////;//;///^//?//////?^^^^ it's TV Round-Up Time at Beecher's Your Present Operat- ing Set Is Worth More At Beecher's — Trade It In Now ffuring Roundup Time I 21"—Model 942KU21 $249.95 Wildest Trades ThU Side of The Moon Birthday Dtanet Mrs Richard Long of Bancroft was honored at a birthday dinner Sunday at the Willard Thompson home at Lone Rock. Guests were Mis Richard Long, Bernhard and John of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Jflmes Klsbeokef and David of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs "irt Long, Mrs Anna rlewbrough and Mr and Mrs Donald Newbrough of Hutnboldt, Mr and Mrs James Long, Mr and Mrs Rogef Long, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and LaVonnc. Mr and Mrs Robert Bihgen all of Lone Rock, Mis Richard Long was celebrating her 89th birthday. Mesdames Roger Jensen, Milton Madison, Roland Christenson, Harlan Blanehard, Jesse Blanehard. Jr., Erich Scegebarth, E A. Lee, L. V. Johnson, Roy Merchant and Kenneth Jackson attended a birthday at the A. A. Krueger home last Tuesday eve^ ning honoring Mrs Clarence Kraft. Parlor games were played and prices were won. The Lone Rock Birthday club held a party Wednesday at the Maude Blanehard home honoring Mrs Hulda Schultz. Present were Mesdames Jack Quinn, Jamcr Long, Rose Kraft, Ruth Krueger and Esther Flaig. Mrs A. A. Krueger entertained the following ladies Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs Hulda Sennit/, who has been visiting here: Mesdames W. J. Cotton, E. M. Jensen, Roy Jensen. Frank Flaig, Ruth Krueger, Maude Blanehard, David Beck. E. A. Lt?U, Ronald Christenson, W. G. Flaig, C. K. Nordine and Tena Jensen. Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter are parents of a baby girl, Donna Jean, who was born Thursday Nov. 8, at the Emmelsburg hospital. Band Mothers will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 20th in the hot lunch room at school, in place of the usual Wednesday evening'. Hostesses are Mesdames, Fern Wetxel, Leta Weber," Veronica Gaidner and Gladys Dreycr. Sunday supper guests of Mr and Mrs John Behrends were Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and family of Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends and family of. Lone Hock. Mr and Mrs G'.-tl- niiin Neilson of Pennock, Minn, visited there Saturday afternoon. Mrs G. H. Dotty of Mason City visited her sister, Mrs Andrew Thomesn Wednesday afternoon, Dinner uuests .Sunday of Mr and Mrs Henrv Schioeder were Mr and Mrs Roy Chi ischilles, Mr and Mrs Ronald ChrHschilles and Eugene of Fenton, ; Mr anc 1 Mrs Ger.ild Wiener and tamily ol Burl, Mr and Mrs Dale Schrocder and Susan and Mary Hurlburt Afternoon callers Sunday at the Dick O'Donnell home were Mrs Anna Bier.stedt, Mr and Mrs W. Sorenson of Burt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Macumber and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Donald Uierstedt and family also of Al- ;ona and Mr and Mrs Lyle Marow and family. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo of Algona, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were Sunday dinner and supper guests in East Chain, Minn, at the R. G. Borehardt home. Their sou i Roger is leaving for service this month. Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Richards home, weie Mrs Maude Bilsborough and daughter Ilia Mae of Algona, Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and family, Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs C. E. Holm of Ringstud. Mr and Mrs Ed Kressin and Orlvin called at the Howard Bierstedt home Wednesday evening. On Thursday Mrs Bior- s'edt and Cheryl accompanicc' Mrs Franklin Mueller of Fcnton to Mason City. They were dinner guests there of Mrs Chuck Miller. Sunday Mr and Mrs Howard Bier.stedt and family spent the afternoon and were supper guests in Humboldt a' the Harold Behrends home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and daughter Delawn Do!ray of Bancroft visited at the Schadendoi f home Sunday. The Modernette Club is sponsoring a card party at the Lone Rock'Legion hall Saturday, Nov. 24 at K p.m. Lunch will bo served. Admission 50c a person. Donna Blanehard and Madonna Marlow attended open house at Waldorf College at Forest City, Tuesday, for future teachers. Evelyn Earing visited Wednesday evening at Holy Family hospital with Mrs Emma Ilurlbun and Mrs Ray Priebe. Carl Peterson returned home Tuesday from Holy Family ho.s- pital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Fred Rasmussen of Henwick visited all day Monday at the Fred Genrieh home. Mr. and Mrs Jesse Blanchwrd Jr. spent Thursday and Friday in Minneapolis. Mollie Jill and Cynthia visited their grandmother. Mis Maude Blanchard. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Dinner guests of Tom Carroll Sunday in the home of his par* ents, Mr and Mrsi Dennis Carroll were Dean and Harlan Elberts of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartnet and granddaughter Connie San* ford Visited Sunday in Emmets* burg and in Rodman at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Elbert atto* family. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll visited Sunday afternoon with her sister, Sisjer Mary DeSale, p.S.S. teacher in Garner paroch* ial school. Guests Saturday evening in the Mr and Mrs Dale Zentncr home after LuVerne High School Homecoming were Mr and Mrs LeRoy Miller, Aurora, Mr and Mrs LaVoy Dawson, Mr and Mrs Fred Will families of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson. Sr., Diek NieJson, Mr, and Mrs Robert son, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsbri, Jr., and Kimberly. Weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle home were "Mr and Mrs William New ahtt family, Mr and Mrs Dale Richard son of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Virgil Stark of Boxholm. Mrs Emma Lehmann who had visited for sometime with her daughter iind family returned home with them to Des Moines. Dick Merkle, Westmar College, LeMars, was a Saturday overnight and Sunday guest in the home of his uncle, Fred Merklfcj and family. . Weekend guests in the Bertie C. Ramus home were Mr and Mrs L. L. Seim and Shelley of Decorah. brother of Mrs Ramus. Miami Mrs Seim, who have a nv.nk farm attended a mink show in Sioux City Saturday. He received the grand prize with his minks in entries from 44 mink farms. • '. Canasta 8 were guests Monday^ evening, in the home of Mrs Johnj A. Ramus. Guest ' substitute players were Mrs Allen Darby and Mrs C. -O. McClellan. At play awards went to Mrs Darby, Mrs Walton DeWitt and Mrs Jes-s Lindebak. A birthday dinner .was hold Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman home. Birthdays observed were Leonard Johns, Nov. 9, Jerald Miller,- Nov. 11 and Mrs Jera'ld Miller, Nov. 23. Guests were Mr and Mrs Jerald Miller and sons Sargant, Minn., Fred Hinx. Mr and Mrs Earl John.? and children, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson and Mrs Cecil Williams. Mrs Ray Stone was hostess Monday evening to the Woman's AND IF YOU'RE BUYING A SET FOR THE FIRST TIME - TEST BEECHER'S CHOPPING AX - IT'S REAUY SHARP IN Chopping Prices BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES "The Wildest Trader In Town" Fhoa* 778 § Algona Progressive Club. and one guest. Ton members Mrs Worthy Usher were in attendance. After. a brief business session in charge of" ; (Mrs Earle Hanselman, the' group were pleased with the talk which was illustrated on Ceramics 'ind given by Mrs Bea Olson. S. A. Gerald Putzstuck of Hutchinson, Kan. visited Saturday to Monday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck. Paul Bell of Eagle Grove came Saturday and took his daughtef Debra Ann home after she had spent the past two weeks In th$ home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Bert Put/.stuck, as the mother was hospitalized with new baby daughter. Mr and Mrs George Schneider of Bancroft were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr and MrS Gerard Myers and family. Weekend guests in the Mrs Martha Hinz home were her son, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hintz and son Donnie of Sioux City and her granddaughter Miss Twyla Wegner of Des Moines. Sunday guests were her daughter, Mr and Mrs Homer Dodds and son Bobby of Algona, her brother Fred Behnkendorf and son Oscar of Lu- Ycrne. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Martha Hintz, Sunday. Walter Engel attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game last Saturday in Minneapolis. He accompanied Vernon Jensen of Algona and Martin A. Jensen oJ ivhmkato. Mrs Carl Pergande underwent major surgery at Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, Monday morning for gallstones. Mrs Pergande was a medical patient there since November 6. Word has been received tin* 1 Mrs Oscar Hagen, Bode, the former Martha Frost, daughter of Mrs Lizzie Frost is in isolation at Lutheran hospital, Fort podge since Sunday. Her condition is not as yet diagnosed. Mr and Mrs Elmer Emery ol Fort Dodge were weekend guests in the homo of their sister-ln- law, Mrs Jessie Stripling and children. Miss Florence Godfrey of North Bend, Neb. visited Friday to Monday in the home of her mother and sister, Mrs Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubye. Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and daughters had as guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Bob Heidc and fam ily of Webster City, Mr and Mrs Alvin Engstrom of Renwick and Mr and Mrs Percy Brink. . Mr and Mrs Walton DeWitt and family moved Sunday to the house on the farm that Allyn Brink operates, known as the Henry Blumer farm west of Lu- Verne. The Rev. and Mrs Howard Marty. Paul and Kathy and Homer Whitchcad of Clinton visited Monday to Wednesday in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Henrv Marty. Mrs Henry Marly who spent the past week in Genoa, 111., with her daughter, the Edward Link family came to Clinton and returned home with her 3011. Church Improvement At a Special business meeting on October 22, the members of the Regular Baptist church (corner Elm and Wooster) voted unanimously to redecorate the in* tefior of the church auditorium. New lighting fixtures afe to be installed, too. The Work began November 5 by the men of the church and has been progressing quite rapidly. VOTED Mrs Caroline Coe was one of the oldest voters going to the polls in Greene .county. The Jefferson lady is 98 years of'age and has gone to the polls in person every time since women were given the right to "Vote.. • ODM classified* Pay Dividends m m* m m \ Engraving, Monogramming and Stamping >t - ; . IN 23 K GOLD ON ALL CHRISM AS MERCHANDISE AT GIFTS-WATCHES-WATCH REPAIR 50. YEARS At Clear Lake, Lee Boyd and Dr. plete B. Phillips recently com- 50 years in Verity lodge of the Masons. Mr. Cattle Feeder 5 Days In Jail An Algona man, Everett E. Kmidsen, was sentenced to 5 days in jail on two driving counts in Mayor C. C. Shierk'j t-ourt this week. The charges followed a one-car accident and included careless driving and operating a motor vehicle with his license in subpcn.siun. Knudsen. i.s serving the time concurrently. FACTURES Lifi: ha.s been just one broken j X bone al'U-r another for Sharon I <j Richards, of Harlan. Recently .-he .suffered her 22nd, a broken left ley. A deficiency in calcium in the bones has been responsible ior the uuu»uul .number of fractures. Sharon is ten years of a^e. , ! II' ITS NLWS — WL WANT J'l We Can Save You Up To $15.00 Per Ton On your cattle feeds in the bulk. You don't need a lot of room to buy bulk feed. Three tons will fit into a flare box. We also have a booking program whereby you can book your feeds against price raises. ASK US ABOUT OUR FEED FINANCE PLAN It's A Good One i Robinson Produce WESIEY WAYtif FliPS ALGONA EXCEPTIONAL CIFJ BUYS tvoNDnnit WAV «ri« r*c SHOP NOW! BARGAIN DAY FEATURE 100% ORLON Long-Sleeve SWEATERS HAND-WASHABLE A truly special during ihis event. Rainbow of Colors. Sizes: S. med. Ige. 4 00 ADDED BARGAIN DAY VALUES Mattress Protectors Double Flat, and Fitted Twin Wonderful Saving ! Girls' Stretchable ANKLETS 25c Small Sizes BARGAIN DAY FEATURE Penney's value-packed argyles for boys! Long-wear mercerized cottcn and nylon with added nylon in toes and in high spliced heels. 4 Pr. 1, Sizes 6 - lO'.i DARK & PASTELS SILLY SKRIBLE AUTOGRAPH PILLOWS Children Will Love 'Em I Mom Will Want Them As Conversation Pieces I Terrific ! 80 SQ. PERCALE COVEREDl Cellulose Fibre Filling Ladies' Dressy 1 BLOUSES L Larye Selection Men's & Boys' DRESS ]C r BELTS _ IJt Men's Fur FELT HATS Assoried Colors and Sizes LADIES HOSE SPECIAL ! Selection of Strelchable, Sheer, and Service Weights Pair CURTAIN ODDS N' ENDS BARGAIN DAY FEATURE "pocjal Purchase! 4 - piece Wriiiug Zcts! Imagine .... 1 ball poin* pen; i vountain pen; 1 mechanical pencil; 1 key chain flashlight with battery .... all at Penney's special low price ! Four Colors: a set Black, Blue, Grey, Red. 1 Selection of Kitchen, Panels, Priscillas Etc. . 1. MACHINE WASHABLE CORDUROY Wide Stleciion of Solid Colors 1 Ik YARD Thick n' Heavy Cannon Towels BATH rf|_ HAND «n« SIZE 9UC TOWEL JUG WASH CLOTHS ISc BARGAIN DAY FEATURE Fen for one dollar ! Man- sized white cotton hankies at a special one-lime Penney once IHandsomely decorated A/hite on white borders. 0 for $1 Candy Specials ! MARY ESTHER CREAMY - CENTER CHOCOLATE CHERRIES 1 LB. BOXES 100 i HARD - CANDY 2"'.i LB. JAR . Fruit it Nut Mix 14 OZ. BAG .... NUT ASSORTMENT 1 LB. TIN ASSORTED CHOC. 1 LB. BOX . .. . 1,00 TSj 1,69 I, BE SURE AND SHOP PENNEY'S BARGAIN TABLE- Terrific Values From Every Dept. Reduced To Clear!

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free