The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1956 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 4, 1956
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December 4,1956 Sllgoirn Upper Beg fHoincs December 4,1956 PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE ANNUAL ONE-ACT PLAY FESTIVAL AIGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM WED., DEC. 5th Two Sessions — 4 Plays Each 1:30 P.M. and 7 P.M. ADMISSION — Afternoon and Evening: STUDENTS 25e ADULTS 50c Initiation For 2 At St, Benedict The Catholic Daughters of America of St. Benedict met Monday evening, Nov. 6th with Grand Regent Stella Eischen presiding. Initiation of two new members into the court was held. The two new members were Ramona Arndorfer and Jacqueline Quinn. Since the meeting was quite lengthy there was no entertainment .Prizes were given to Marie Thill, June Adel Reding, Stella Arndorfer and Marcelllne Roeder. A nice lunch was served by the lunch committee. Chairlady for the lunch committee was Imogene Hobscheidt. Chairlady for entertainment committee was Luella Lickteig. Lotts Creek 4-H Club Meets The November meeting of the Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H Club was held on November 19 at the Lotts Creek School. Roll call was answered by 21 members. Bob Johnson also attended the meeting. The record books from last year were returned. Installation of, officers was held and plans PENNEY tXCiPTlOHAL Gfn* mnrs »«-m «» SHOP NOW! Oh what lovely nighties I They're Penney's brushed rayon bemberg beauties prettily treated to nylon trims. Luscious pastels. Sizes: 32-40 3.98 So Terrific! So, Fitting) Penney's DENIM BOXER JEANS Trust Penney's to come up with such a sensational buy! Sturdy 10-ounce Sanioriiad denims made to fit with an all 'round elastic boxer waist. Charcoal, Blue, or Red. Choose now at this colorful Penney price ! just 1 00 Siies 2 to 8 L More than just a duster . . • our quclted-nylon "evenings fashion" ... in excitement colors to highlight your complexion. 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Si*e»: S-M-L. were made for the Christmas party. Eleanor Meyer, Ruth Erickson, Charlotte W'ichtehdahl, and Ardyth Drone were appointed as the committee for the •party. The business meeting was follo'wed by games and a lunch Which was served by Murl and Alan Walker. Former Bancroft Resident Dies Funeral services for Mrs Jane Perkins, 81, former Bancroft resident, were held Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the' Fuchs Funeral Home and at 2 p.m. in the Baptist church at Bancroft with IteV. Robinson officiating. Mrs Perkins died Tuesday night, Nov. 27, in a hospital, at Brainerd, Minn., where she resided. Survivors include two sons, two daughters, four brothers, including Frank and Alfred Bits- worth of Bancroft, and five sisters, including Mrs Ed Seeney of Bancroft. LUVERNENEWS A post Thanksgiving dinner was held Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert A. Kaiser and Helen. An annual event for the Kaiser family, fifty were in attendance. Towns represented were Sheffield, Mason City, Parkersburg, Aplington, Rockford, George, and Waverly. The annual event will be held next ye&r in Mason City on Thanksgiving. Mr and Mrs Forest F. Fett had as guests Thursday, Nov. 22, Mr and Mrs Bill Fett, Mr and Mrs Richard Fett and sons of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Jerry Richardson of Britt; Mr and Mrs Alfred Fett and sons, Mr and Mrs Don Fett and sons of LuVerne. They are all children of Mr and Mrs Fett. The, LuVerne Township Homemakers will hold their next meeting Tnursday Dedbmber 6, at the farm home of Mrs John Voss, Jr. Dafyl and Bonnie Fett spent Thanksgiivng with their sisters, Mrs Arlo Stuart and Mrs Johnnie Archer families in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Hartwig Jensen of West Bend attended the funeral for Herbert Lothringer in the Zion Lutheran Church Mon-. day afternoon. Mrs Jensen is the former Dorothy Wendt, fdaugh- ter of Mr and Mrs Albert Wendt of Bode, formerly of LuVerne. Naffzigers, LuVerne, Off To Farm Bureau Meet In Florida President Of Kossut h Unit Goes To Miami LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger left Friday for a trip to Miami, Florida. About 200' Farm Bureau County presidents and members are going on this trip to attend the National Farm Bureau convention in Miami. The toxir has been scheduled soother points of interest ran be visited enroute and on the return trip, which is being made by train and bus. They expect to be away two weeks. Mr Naffziger is president of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau. W.S.C.S. Meeting The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met in the rooms of, the Methodist church with Mrs Loycl Larson, general chairman presiding. The devotional service was led by Mrs Ralph T. Davidson and the'lesson study was given by Mrs George Wolf. Hostesses were Miss Myrtle Jordan, Mrs Albert Genrich, Mrs Dale Zentner, Mrs Robert Barber and Mrs Alvin Weber. Soldiers On Visits Sgt. Earl Detmering Jr. concluded his furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Detmering, Sr., and left Friday for the east coast enroute to Iran for u year's service. Sgt. Detmering and family have been stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Mrs Detmering, Jr. is the former Marjory Jergensen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen. She and the two daughters, Susan and Kris will live in the home of Mrs Theresa Assing while Earl Jr. is awav. THESE WOMEN! By (TAlestto DORIS - OF in! CHORUS "I really don't CARE for diamonds, you understand— I take them just to be sociable!** Sgt./lC and Mrs Lyle Penton and three children of Kings City, Calif, have arrived to visit their mothers, Mrs Art Rosenmeyer at St. Benedict, and Mrs Laura Meyers. Lyle has an assignment of a year's service in. Hawaii. Mrs Penton and children will remain with her mother in LuVerne. County Teachers Meet The Music Mothers Club served the dinner to the Kossuth County Teacher's Council which held their meeting in the new Lu- Verne Community School, Wednesday evening. William LittleJohn, commercial teacher in Lu- Verne is the county council presi- GET YOUR HOLIDAY With Our Complete Sta Nil * PROCESS Dry Cleaning AND LAUNDRY SERVICE f Make your home sparkle before holiday parties begin and guests arrive. Send your drapes, slipcovers and blankets to us now. And be sure all your holiday clothes are ready, too. Let STA*NU put new life in your garment — ifs FREE, the care for clothes that money can't y. Revitalizes fabrics by replacing vital textile finishing agent . . . for color-fresh look . . . cashmere soft feel . . . soil and wrinkle resistant qualities . . . STA*NU costs you nothing extra. Algona Laundry Dry Cleaners Across Street East of Courthou** Call Us For Service FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY Phone 267 dent. About 80 were served the dinner in the school lunch room. Move To New Home Mr and Mrs Fred Goctsch and Darlene moved Wednesday into the residence of the late Mr and Mrs George Merkle, which they purchased where they will make their home. Mr Goetsch held a closing out farm sale Monday, November 26, on the farm of Mrs Goetsch mother" Mrs Clara Baumgartner and the late 'Matt Baumgartner. Miss Janelle Schneider accompanied her cousins, Mr and Mrs A'llen Wilson to their home in Kansas City, Mo., after their vacation visit here. Miss Schneider has now found employment there. Janelle .spent the ,past-summer months employed ar'a dude ranch near Durango, Colo. Mrs Earl Neal received word of the death of her sister, Mrs Bertha Bidner of Belleflower, 111. Mrs Bidner who passed away Friday, Nov. 23, had been ill for sometime with cancer. Mrs Amelia Behnkendorf went to Iowa City for a check-up. The University Ambulance came for her Tuesday and returned her to her home Thursday. Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Legler went to Albert City, Monday, where they attended the funeral of her maternal grandfather Mai-tin Blohm. Mr Blohm, 88, passed away suddenly Friday evening, Nov. 23. His is survived by his aged wife and several children. Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr. and LeOla Ann had as Thanksgiving guests, Mr and Mrs Ode Jergen- Postal Mailing Tips Given For Xmas Season Postmaster W. W. Sullivan said today that while the Post Office still has a tremendous job ahead of it, efforts are being re-doubled to deliver all mail on time and in good condition by Christmas Eve, He points out that by taking a little extra care with.your Christmas mailings now, you'll avoid disappointing friends and loved ones at Christmas time. He asks for your special cooperation to be sure that your return address and the recipients address is plainly typed or written on all labels and Christmas cards. Use zone numbers, and it's a good idea to include an extra label inside your packages. Parcel Post size and weight* limitations vary according to destination. Ask about them. The Postmaster said, "Use three cent postage on all your Christmas cards. This way they will be delivered promptly, and forwarded or returned, if necessary, providing you include your name and address on your Christmas card envelopes." First- Class postage on your Christmaf cards enables you to include handwritten messages, thus making your Christmas greetings more personal. The Postmaster urges that you mail all of your out-of-town Christmas cards and packages immediately, and certainly not later than December 10th. Christmas mail for local addresses should be started on its way at least a week before Christmas. sen and daughter, Marjie ol Eagle Grove. Mrs James Phillips and daughter Amy have concluded their visit here with her mother,Mrs Emma Nelson and now returned, to her home in Los Angeles, Cal. Mi's-Nelson closed up her home here and Accompanied them home for the winter months! .with tha Phillips family and net ttyo sons, .Norton and Claire Nelson families. Mr and Mrs Orville Hurlburt and daughters, Barbara and Kathy visited his sister, Mr and Mrs John Muhm in Kankakee, 111., Thursday to Monday. Mrs Allen Darby, Nancs' Ramus and Dale Richardson attended the funeral for Terry Wermersen, suddenly killed in an elevator accident in Sioux Falls, S. D., Tuesday. • Matt Marty has now gone to a nursing home 'for the winter at Hot Springs, Ark. Mr and Mrs William Marty his brother took him down. They then toured the Ozarks on their return • trip home. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT In tint • for Christmas giving THE NEW "DIPLOMAT" HEARING AID TINY, PUUU-POWBRKO WORN • NTIRKUYATTH* KAMI H«H» It !•! Tbeptrfect gift for a hard-of-hearing friend or loved one! Give the/foetf in modem convenience, wearing ease, and electronic hearing correction—the new Zenith "Diplomat!" No dangling cords! 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