The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 8
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(l«.) Upper DM MfeiAM Tuwday, Oeetmbtr 4, 1956 AROUND ALGONA ' Mis Russell feuchanan was hostess to the members of her sewing club .011 Monday evening. Mr and Mrs RorWt Wtiliams had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Larry Neisess of Albert Lea, Minn. —o— Mr and Mrs William SchuJjer had as their guests on Sunday, Mr Sehutjer's uncle and aunt, Mi- and Mrs Ray Schutjer of Titonkn. —o— Mrs J. P. Smith will be hostess to the Christmas party of the Big 6 birthday club at her home »n Friday afternoon. __(}__ Mrs L. L. Snyder will be hostess to two .groups of ladies at coffee parties, Wednesday morning and afternoon. —-o— The members of a local sewing e.lub will have a luncheon and Christmas party Wednesday afternoon at the Johnson House. —o—Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor were hosts to their couplfe card club on Sunday evening- Low scores, with tlve dish-washing penalty went to Bill Wijl and Mrs Marvin Calnoun. —o— The birthday staff of the R«- bckah lodge are having : their Christmas party and gift exchange this evening^ (Tuesday) at pie home of Mrs Florence Peter- Mrs Robert Dewel was hostess to her sewing club on Monday afternoon. The monthly luncheon of St. Cecelia's ladies will be held Thursday at the Academy hall. Mrs Alphonse Erpelding and Mrs Ted Fuchsen are chairladies. —o— Mr and Mrs Albert Reid are leaving Thursday for St. Peters- buig, Florida. Unless they become too homesick for Algpna they plan to remain until spring. Mr and Mf* Victor Fisher and three children of Fairmont, Minn, spent the weekend here with Mr .Fisher's parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Fisher and other relatives. Three of the children of Mr and Mrs Robert Sigsbee, Judy, Jim. and Muriel, are Chicken Pox victims this week. The other son, Bobby had the disease earlier. Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Thursday afternoon at the church. The date has been exchanged with the regular circle meetings -who will have Christmas parties later in the month instead of regular meetings. Mrs Fred Giegel is planning special music for the Thursday meeting and the drawing for 1957 circle membership will be held. MM Allen Buchanan was ho»l* ess to her, bridge club on Thursday evening. The prize for high score went to Mrs Craig Smith and the loVv score pri?.e to Mrs Kichafd Norton. THE NEW WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS SOON. Watch FOR A ANNOUNCEMENT. tto^t^Ar-^Ar-^^nr-^Ar-^+fir the Ideal Christmas Gift '0ive her a pair of foveiy luxurious hjite §Uppers. BeqtitifyHy sfyled jo please her eye, yet softly crafted to provide y§ar 'round cozy Comfort. Come in now gnd ehpose from a wide variety of colors and styles. ALL SIZES - ALL WIDTHS ALL AT THE NiW, LQWEg PRJCfS Mrs Lester Johnson was hostess to the 8 Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Lela Stewart of Phoenix, Ariz, was a ,guest. Prizes .were received by Mrs Harold Hobson, Mrs Beecher Lane and Mrs Milton Dahl. The personnel of the S and L store and the Gamble Co. were entertained at a Christmas party Saturday -evening at the Moose Lodge hall. A turkey dinner,was followed by exchange of gifts and dancing. Mrs Rex Voyles was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Because of remodeling operations at the Voyles home, the meeting was held at the home of Mrs Mitch Taylor. Mrs Thomas Lee received the prize for high score. Baptisms of infants ai St. Cecelia's church on Sunday were Kimberly Jeanne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Welter; Patricia Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Monte A .Scobba; Kimberly Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Hensley and Patrick Kevin, son of Mr and Mrs Patrick Murphy. —o— The regular monthly leaders' meeting ot the Girl Scouts is being held this evening, (Tuesday) at the Druggist Mutual Insurance building. Plans will be made for the annual sliding and Christmas party to be held Dec 15 at the Country Club. 0 . Mrs Lela Stewart arrived here Tuesday evening for a several weeks visit with friends and relatives. Mrs Stewart spent the previous five weeks at Laramee, Wyo. with Mr and Mrs Fred Dunn and after several days here with Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs Charles Reker at Buffalo Center. —o— Mrs G. W. Stillman, Mrs Ralph Miller, Mrs Don Hutchison, Mrs Eugene McMahon, Mrs L e o Cassel, Mrs C. V. Fowler and Mrs Dean Pt.rrott are entertaining a group of ladies at a luncheon at the Johnson House this afternoon. (Tuesday). The same hostesses will entertain another group at dinner Wednesday evening. Mrs Robert Williams entertained at a party Monday evening in honor of the fourteenth birthday of her daughter, Marijane. It was a backwards party with dinner being served in reverse and guests dressed appropriate to the theme. A scavenger hunt furnished the evening's entertainment. Guests were Sharon DeGroote. Cindy Hardy. Pam Waller, Deanna Lau,. .Jo Ann Muckey, Sir} Norton, and Patty 'Cowsn. Algona High Host To Ploy Festival The annual North Centra] Conference one-act play festival will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 5, afternoon and evening in the Algona high school auditorium. * Their will be four plays at each session. The afternoon session, featuring play casts frprti Iowa Falls. Hampton, Clarior and Webster City, will begin at 1:30 p.m. and the evening foursome of Eagle Grove, Humboldt, Clear Lake and Algona will begin at 7 p.m. Critic judge for the occasion will be Prof. Maurice Birdsall, head of the drama department at Central College, Pella, who was one of the featured speakers at the recent teacher's convention at 13 COLORS 13 RUSCO WINDOWS SALVANIZED STEEL SELF* STORING COMBINATION gives pou more convenience and comfort than any other combination window 1 XUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home I Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. bisplay at 116 So. Dodge, Algona DCS Moines. The eight plays to be presented by conference schools will run the gamut from comedy to heavy drama. Algona's presentation, "Leader Of The People", is an adaptation of the "Red Pony" by John Steinbeck. Featured in the cast are Tom Zender, John Wilson, John Moxley, Larrv Hutzell, Sharon Powers and Sandra Phillips. Harley Waller is director of ''the production. BIRTHDAY At Eagle Grove, "Grandma" Neistcr is hearing her 104th birthday. She'll reach that age on March 17. Jr. High Optretta Plt«ei, • and eighth iriwUrs ot the fltonka Consolidated School presented aft ojptef elta playlet, "Sunny of Sunnysjde'V NoV. aw ift the school sadit<?Hurri. Character parts' w«ire taken by Frances firuns, Doloris Janes, Bruce Akkerman, Phillip Seaberg, Jeff Boy ken, JDverg Kraritz, Lorraine Sleeker, Gloria Cfefdes, Janet Plaisier, Sarabeth Brandt, Betty Gigleiv Carbtyft Intel-mill, Vickie Rakow, George Cunningham, Darrell Isebrand, Dick McGuire, Nancy fioeckholt, Gary Seed, Pamela Seal, Henry Ullrnahn, Claude fiitsborough* Maurice Sathofif and At dith Eden. Other grade pupils took part ift the chorus humbesi. The pfoductiph directed by fits Mar* gafcet Qfovern. \vas well receive*!: Goldtn W*ddlng, D«e. 9, Algerians The children and grandchildren of Mr ahd Mrs Elmer Potter are holding Open House for them at the Methodist church parlors on Sunday, Dec. 9, from one to five o'clock. Friends and relatives are invited to attend, in observance of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Potter. No gifts, ple|se. ^ Break* An Atm LiirMmore —• Mrs Edith Johnson fell on a rug in her home Saturday evening and broke her arm between her shoulder and elbow. She was 'taken to Mercy Hospital in Tort Dodge for x-rays and the arm was set Sunday morning. t '• The full name of Gertrude Lawrence, well known English actress, was Gertrude Alexandra Dagmar Lawrence Klasen. for SUB-TEtnS Th3 Youn# Adults class of the Methodist Church held a Christmas party Saturday evening with 150 people in attendance. The theme was ' 'Put Christ Back in Christmas' and a feature of the pot-luck dinner was a large cake in honor of His birthday. Mrs L. L. Snyder chose and costumed children who were attending and they enacted the Christmas story as read by Mrs John Hayes. In •charge of arrangements were Mi and Mrs Stanley Muckey. Mr and Mrs Everett Ban- and Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snyder. TOOLS At Independence, n burglar broke in and stole $130 from the West Side Implement company #afe. Just to rub it in. he opened the safe with the firm's tools. HOLIDAY DRESSES Gorgeous Colors Only 5.98 to 10.98 ELV A & JESSIE'S "The Litile Shop On The Side Street" TAKFS CARE Qf YOUR FFfT CORN REFERENDUM DECEMBER 11, 1956 Vote Your Own Convictions But Consider These Facts: 1. THE SOIL BANK CORN BASE Will permit you to grow up tc 33°° more corn in 1957 than the corn acreage allotment. 2. THE SOIL BANK CORN BASE Would establish a 51-million acre minimum for 3 years. 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