The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 5
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MrsRadigof t Lone Rock Is Club Hostess Len* fieck — The Modernette club met Thursday afterriOon at the Gerald Radig home with ten members present and answering roll -call on "What 1 Am Most Thankful For". Mrs Paul Voigt had charge of the entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs Raymond Laabs, Mrs Roy Bierle and Mrs Victor Dreyer. Sunday evening the Modernette members entertained their husbands at a party at the Victor Dreyer home. Twenty-eight members we're present. Cards were played with going to Paul Ve»t travel,. Mrs Walter Daekeft high, Mrs Bob Lynch low, Paul Yoigt, high tOid{ Bob Lyncihj low, Hofctessfes Mr and Mrs Paul Bemhard, Mr and Mrs Rby Bierle, and Mr ana; Mrs Gerald Radig. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton and John, Mrs H. JE. Morgan, Mr N. L; Cotton, Mr and Mrs A. L. Cot ton, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson and Michael celebrated a 'pre- Thanksgiving dinner Sunday at the H. S. Shellito' home in Spencer. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton and John were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of her mother, Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona. :.:'r ana Mrs Clair Bolljnger and family, W. C. Heiter were guests Thanksgiving Day at the Newton Heiter home; in Algona. Mrs C. E. Householder and Everett Householder, Mr and Mrr 'Woodrow Pettit and family, Mr Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without CHOOSE NOW AT S & L PRICES FROM VAST SELECTIONS FOR ALL THE FAMILY CIRCUS PETS i 1.79 Soft, cuddly, adorably styled animal slippers. Wide 'selection of materials, characters & colors. Sizes 4 to 12. 99c CHILD'S FELT BOOT Cozy warm felt in red or blue contrasting colors. Jn- fanls to 5 Misses to 3 WOMEN'S PONY Prclty, yet praciical! Smart s,looking black and white labric. Soft sole. Sizes 4 to 9 ... FLEECE LINED MOC Soft shearling cuff on cozy warm red or blue fabric. Sizes 4 to 9. MEN'S SHEARLING MOC Smooth rich tan leather. Warm fleece lining. Leather sole. Sizes 7 to 12 FELT EVERETT The coziest slippers ever! Soft warm felt with kid tip. Wine or blue. Men's 7 to 12. i | Boys' 2 to S lu Women's sizes 5 to 10—1,89 GRID GUESSERS CONTESt By '01 kan Mose Like Iowa against Notre Dame Saturday, th* <5fid wuers wound up their football season in the Upper Des Moines guessing contest in a blatfi of §lort and some pretty good picks. Every Saturday morning at about a quartet to noon, Mrs 6. D. Shumway sails through the front door and drops her entry into the basket. This week it was worth $7 lor her — she took first place with 16 right out of SO, and a total high game pick of 62. Actual high total was 60, Oklahoma vs. .Nebraska. f A tie for second and third developed, and $4 each Will go to Jerry Rupp and A. R. Moe, both of Algona. they each had 16 right, and 65 high game total. Also picking 16 correct, but being a little further oil on high game totals, were Mrs Roland Bode, Mrs Mary ROus- seau, Mrs Lowell Samp, Elaine Hagg, Mrs B. J. Bradford, Barbara Bartlett, Donald E. Johnson, Bob Slobe, Barbara Reinders and Mrs Charles Hoffmann, all of Algona. With 1$ right, on the final Honor Roll, are Ted Jensen, Larry Beckley, Penton; Mrs Walt Hagen, Ncrris Rousseau, Mrs R. Moe, J. L. Cearen, Father L. F. Rosman, Jim Kirkland, Mrs Les Kenyon, Pat Mefften, Billy Baker, E. R. Mawdsley, Bonnie Miller, Monte Pearson, Nicki Clark, Tom Kenefick, B. J. Bradford, and Louie Gilbride, all of Al> gona; Jim McDonnell, Mike French, Mrs J< P. Bisenius, all Whitiemore,' Ronnie Linde, Swea City; Dick McMahon, Pocahontas; Arnold t>. Andreasen, Minneapolis; and Mrs Arthur Klein. We haven't kept track, but we'd say off hand the ladies had the best of it. And thfc final Mourner's Bench, with only 10 right, belongs to Robert Kern and Owen Hurt, Algona; James and Donald Diers, Bancroft; Dale .Hannover, Whiitemore; and Charles Slaudl, Lone Rock. And that's all for this contest for 19S6 — see you next fall 1 W«l Nov. 10 and Mrs Ralph Reidel and Curtis the latter of Ringsted were din-, ner and suppef guests Thankr giving Day at the Harlan Blan chard home. David Beck and Mrs David Beck Sr. were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs C E. Nordine and family. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Kleppe: and Tommy were guests Thanks giving Da- in Emmetsburg at tlv home of her parents, Mr and Mr; Floyd McCain. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrougl and Stevie, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Kim, Pat and Susie were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the parental Ben Schmidi home. Mr and Mrs Donald Bianchard and family, Mrs Maude Blanchard spent Thanksgiving day ir Swea City at the Elmer FranV, home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr :md Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy and Rodney were Thanksgiving Day iinner guests in -Algona at the home of Mr and Mrs Dean Jergen son. Mr and Mrs Charles Howard Mr and Mrs John Houcte^Ol^iii vermore visited last Sundaj afternoon and were luncheon guests at the Fred Genrich home. Thanksgiving day Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh were dinner and supper guests there. Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerson and JoAnn of Burt called in the evening on Thanksgiving day at the rrank Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Uelbert Blanchard and Rick Lee of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Pat. Kim and Susie wore Thanksgiving iJay supper guests -of Mr ana Mr; Ed Bianchard. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus am ramily were Mr and Mrs George Lee, Mrs Minnie Hines and Mrs Grace Ramus, v all of Algona. Mr Lawrence Geitzehauer, Kay, Paul, Johnny, Tommy, Larry Mark and Jimmy were dinnei guests Thanksgiving Day in Fenton at the Delbert Geitzenauer home. In the,,evening thev cali- ed at the C. J*. Stauder home tc visit with their mother, ,who hat been, there the past week recu perating from the flu. Mr and Mrs Jerry Toilet; of Sioux City, Mrs Naomie Marlow were Thanksgiving Day guests at the Eldon Marlow home. Mr and Mrs George Kissner Joseph, Janice and Jane were guests Thanksgiving Day at the Merwin Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow of Burt called there in the evening. Mr and Mrs George B. Lonf pnd family, Marlys Jentz of Fenton, Mr and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and Douglas were all Thanksgiving Day guests in Wesley at the Everett Ackerson home. Mr and Mrs James Walker ant" Charla Jo of Algona, Mr ahd Mr.' • Clarence Kraft. Judy and Joy were Thanksgiving day dinnei and supper guests at the home of: Mrs Rose Kraft. The dinner wa: ,ilso in honor of the November birthdays of Mrs Rose Kr'aft Clarence Kraft and Charla Jo. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr., Mollie, Jill and Cynthia spent trom Wednesday afternoon til' Friday in DCS Moines at the H K. Drown home in De«s Moines. Ivir anu Zvirs Donald Christen son and family, Will Christenson and Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Kermit and Janet, Mrs Pauline McGuire of Algona were Thanksgiving day dinner and supper guests of the E. A. Lees. Mrs Ruth Krueger was a din ner guest Thanksgiving Day in Burt at .the Lois.Trunkhill home. A committee of eleven women met Wednesday at the Herman Kramer home to plan the 1957 P.W.O. program year books. Last Sunday Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer attended the wedding of Jo Ann Schenck and Arien Hirsh at the Huhiboldt Methodist Church. Afterwa/ds they c'alled on Mr and ,Mrs D. C. Tabor at Humboldt., Leurie Lee Marlow, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow, celebrated her third birthday Wed nesday afternoon. Guests wore .Joseph, Janice and Jarte Kissner Mrs Harlan Marlow and family in the evening Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach visited at the Marlow home. Mrs Harlan Marlow entertained in honor of her daughter Marsha's sixth birthday Friday afternoon. Guests were Joseph janice and Jane Kissner, Mrs Wm. Marlow and family. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig visited Harvey Jergenson at St. Ann hospital Sunday. b'und'av dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard were C. E. Householder, Everett House holder and Mrs Woodrow Pcltit and l j eg"y. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig were Sunday dinner guests in 'litonk; at the George- Alke home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, llachael and Marj Hurlburt were Sunday dinne' guests in Swea City at the Glenn Mino home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and sons visited at the Larrj Gifich home in Algona Sunday evening. Moving To Algona Mr and Mrs George H. Johnson of Plum Creek are moving late this week into the apartment of Mrs Hazel Lusby, on East Me GregQr St. while Mrs Lusby is leaving for California where she will spend the winter. SUPER GIFT SPECIAL/ SERVING HEIGHT FOLDING T-V TRAYS We Don't Think This Value Can Be Duplicated Anywhere I We had lo place orders for these 'way beck in August — to get the quality we wanted at 9 price lo please YOU! They're handsome 13 x 18 inch trays, in choice of rich pine cone and ivy patterns, and each tray sturdily mounted en folding black legs, which bring Ihem to serving height. They fold away, ioo — and slore in a jiffyl What a giiil . . . buy in sets. While Our Quantity Lasts — No Mere When Gona 4- HURRY! HURRY! SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR SELECTION Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Chester Armstrong sf Algoha. The bride is the former Lola Rose of Ogden. The couple were married Nov. 10 at Eagle Grove. They are now at home in Algona, where Chester is employed by the Upper £>es Moines Publishing Co. O. Ley To Head Lakofa Civic Group Lakoia—W. D. Ley was fleeced the new president of the Community Club for the next year. Frank Ulish of Des Moines was guest speaker with Highway safety as his topic. Preceding the speech the men of the community enjoyed a delicious dinner served by a Legion Auxiliary committee. The highlight of the meal was an elk roast xvhich was given to the ladies by Robert Hamilton. Mrs Robert Thompson, aftd bajby son. Jeffery Lynn wei-e brought home from the Buffalo jCenter hotplial Tuesday. WmUal^WtS bofcft Nov. lb. Wiftfam Kienitz is hospitalized in Buffalo Centet since a &Wfe n'eart attack suffered Mondft^ afternoon. Mrs C. C. Ctrzema has been ih Rochester for several days goifil thfotlgh the clinic. She retarded . Mr AM Mrs Vernon Smith, Mr ahd Mts Jerry tteetlflnd aftd Mfs i- Paulsen went to. ftod«$lifr to visit with Mh Rdi&eO . Little Larry TeFtok'fe who fiufter&t a seveffe sktill frac- tare fofft wfeefes ago h&s regained cofisclkrtrgrfess this toast week end is impfoviflfe rtoMy. MoTHs Blomfe left Friday fot Salina, Kstoslfc, \chfere he will be st&tiorie'd. -He had fep-eht i 10- day Mrloag h with his parents, Mr and Mrs Har|y Blbme. Barb^ri Petersoti, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Jf Slls, fefime Thursday to spend iTiartfesgiVing Day and the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Jakie Peterson. A family get-together was enjoyed at the Orville Ruby home Thursday. Guests included Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger and Ruthie, Mr and Mrs Englebart Logeman and family of Ledyard, Mr ahd Mrs John Johanneson, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Robert Ruby and 'family, Elmore; Mr and Mrs Paul Rockier, Mr and Mrs #ayne Heetland and boys of Lakota ahd Mr And Mrs Morris Johanneson and family of 'Swea City. Mr and Mrs James Smith, Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith 'and family were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the tteVere Smith horrie, Elmore. Roger, Kathy an'd Sharon Smith returned to Lakota with them to spertd the weekend. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey a rib 1 family arrived ..Thursday from Sac City to spend the rpmainder of.' the week with Mrs Dewey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena They were all Thursday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs 1. E. Wortman- Dr. and Mrs Maynard Ukena Tom and Dick if AIIT^ \vpr«- Sunday visitors- with the Doctor's mother, Mrs Ida Ukena, and sister, Mrs Clarence Nissen of Tulsa Okla. They. ,were dinner guests .TMftAay, Nov%ffib*f M, t*S« Aladnt. (l«0 Utfrtr DM - ' - ! - •-- • • ,.-..-.:..^-.:.I_'........:^...'..-L :.__! ^....^.. H Mr and Mb Ex-Algono Man eritkatly tit **•"! ©««• -L lun&imft .... „ of Swea City S*id Algona recall the Wilt Stewarts who I in the Algona ngighborhdod fot many years aftd in swefc City later. They now reside in RiVer- slde. California. Mrs Stewart has written friends here that her husband, who is in his 803, is recovering from critical surgery tierfdrmed at ft Riverside hospital. Despite his age, he is making a good recovery. Their "soh Sterl, and his Wife, the form? er Mary Clark, granddaughtel- of titie time Kossuth county ektfita- Hst A. D. Clark^ live in Riverside. Soft as a wfiisper SWEATERS by Many Styles Gorgeous Colors 34 - 40 Priced Only 5.98 to 10.98 Also Jeweled Cardigans - 7.98 Mazet Orion Slipons and Cardigans 3.98 and 5.98 Sec This Beautiful Selection at Elva & Jessie's The Little Store On The Side Street Titonka Niter At U. N. Sessions Titonka — Rev. Max E. Goldman, minister of the Titonka Methodist church, left Saturday, Nov. 24, for four days in New York .touring UN headquarters, attending sessions of the general assembly and Other bodies, and listening to prominent speakers ekplain the purpose and Opera- of m mm. §6 is (In, win grt pi., 16o1t,lt tions f .... tftttfe and i&iftus. ^ t . r*ili iVli rfftifti Wx IMA oponsorB 01 i.itne the loWlt'CfiiS "" Iowa Anfitial Me 1 ence Boar'ds tit similar feffififriar vears ago. The fretip November 30. ••SPECIAL:-: SMITH' GRAHAM'S! 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