The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1956
Page 17
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December 11,1956 gUgona ityper DCG December 11,1956 St. Jo« Trojan* The regular 4-H meeting of the St. Joe Trojans was held at the St. Joe Hall. Roll call was answered by favorite football player. It was decided to have a Xmas pnrty the 19th of Decem- ber. Names were drawn for exchange of gifts. Tom Reding gave a demonstration. Lunch was served afterward by Mrs Wagner. RETIRES It's been 34 years on the job for D. W. Chamberlin of the Audubon letter-carrier staff. He started in 1922, and has walked the same route ever since. He'll be retiring this month. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS LADIES & GENTS JEWELRY AMERICA'S FAMOUS WATCHES LENOX CHINA STERLING i, - •*' £, j**v»v.V >. sr 'Aiu*^ HUNDREDS OF GIFT ITEMS The privilege of welcoming you to our store — over the first days of this holiday season — has been most gratifying to us. It has been a pleasure to hdve you accept our invitation to "just come in and browse around" at Sharp's Jewelry, and in your own leisure look over the many gift items prepared for you. t And ifs a heart-warming "thrill" for us to aid in the selection of a Christmas gift, then to prepare it for your giving by careful engraving, monogramming or stamping, enclosing it in the traditional Sharp's Jewelry box, and finally gift-wrapping it in a way lhat makes your gift a joy to behold- No matter what the price of the gift chosen, all of that is our service to you — to make your Sharp's gift truly 'something special.' We are hopeful you will visit our store, to see how exceptionally varied and interesting are our gift stocks, offering you bountiful selection at any price you elect to pay, a modest amount or more. We assure you that the gift you choose will bear the stamp of quality you want at Christmas-time. May we, as "friendly assistants" to Santa Claus, serve you? MRS. W. H. SHARP Free Engraving Free Monogramming Free Gift - Wrapping While You Wait! RUBY MURTHA OLLIE G. JOHNSON GIFT FROM REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY DIAMONDS AT ALL LuVerne Host To Count/ Teachers 80 Present At Dinner; Talk On Legislation LuVctne — Wednesday evening, November 28, a dinner for the Kpssuth County teachers was held in the lunch room at Lu- Verno. The dinner was served to 80 teachers and guests by the Lu- Verne Music Mothers. A very interesting talk was given by Mi- Hamilton, of the Hamilton Commercial College in Mason City. He cited several incidents of how some people had gained their place in life by setting a high standard for themselves and then working up to it, although some people gain theirs by marrying the banker's son or daughter. Entertainment was provided by a musical combo and vocalists from LuVerne playing several semi-popular numbers. The players were Eleanor Rockwood, Mary Toohey, Annette Braynard, Karen Hanselman, Becky Stripling, Gerry Gregory and Kathy Roctes, with Marilyn Zentner and Janice Neine doing the vocals. A short business meeting was conducted by President Willadsen, Ledyard, to elect a representative and three alternates for the Iowa State Education Association delegate assembly to be held in Des Moines the first part of February. The purpose of this assembly is to prepare a docket of proposed legislation that the teachers would like to see passed. Since there was only one nomination for each vacancy the following were unanimously elected: delegate, William Littlejohn from LuVerne; alternates, Bob Stephens, Algona; Marvin Miner, Lu- Verne; and John Cook, Lakota. Card Club Hostess Mrs Eli Eager was hostess to the Friendly 500 Card Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Henry Pergande was a guest. At play, high, Mrs C. O. McClelland, •low, Mrs Martha Schneider. Pre-School Roundup The pre-school roundup for kindergarten pupils was held at the LuVerne school Wednesday, Nov. 28. In charge were Mrs Guy Andre, kindergarten teacher, Mrs Fidela Kiilsholm of the county office and Miss Joyce Hayden, county health nurse. Only fourteen registered and the eligible list is about thirty. Another meeting later will be held. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach visited Sunday with their daughter Mr and Mrs W. Dale Brayton and children in Sheffield. Mrs Anna Goetsch, son, Arlie Goctsch, Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene visited Sun- West Bend Man & Bride The First Methodist church at Emmetsburg was the scene of the wedding, Sunday, Nov. 25, of Charlotte Bramley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Bramley, and Herbert E. Morey of West Bend. A reception for 125 guests followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Cylinder high school, attended Buena Vista college, and has been employed in the ASC office at Emmetsburg. The bridegroom is a graduate of West Bend high school and has spent two years in the service. They will be at home on the Morey farm m the-spring. (Isaacson photo - UDM engraving). day evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David in Algona. Ronald Stone attended a Methodist Youth Fellowship Council Sunday evening at the Carl Collies home in Titonka. Their daughter Darlene Callies was the hostess. The activities of the year of the sub district Youth fellowship were planned. Mr and Mrs Vernon Davidson and his. niece Elaine Eggleston of Marathon left Tuesday morning to make their home in Memphis, Tenn. Vernon will start schooling and Miss Elaine will find employment. A farewell dinner was held in their honor Sunday in the parental Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston and daughters of Marathon, Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson, of Sexton, Mr and Mrs Marinus Davidson and daughter of Kanawha, Mr and Mrs Walter Attig of Renwick, Mrs \John Bohan of Grand Junction, Mr and Mrs Fred Kruse and Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse of near LuVerne. Mr and Mrs G. M. Will had as Sunday dinner guests Mr and Mrs Pat Myers of Corwith. Mr>and Mrs Vernon Daley and daughters Mary and Linda visited Saturday and Sunday with her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs John Gray at Winnebago, Minn. On Saturday evening they attended the wedding of Mrs Daley's cousin Shirley Franklin and Preston Winch in the Baptist church there. Mrs Daley teaches second grade in the LuVerne school. Dr. and Mrs Jack T. Harris and daughters Patti and Mona left Tuesday for their new home at Cedar Heights near Cedar Falls. A big moving van came early Tuesday for their household goods. Portland 4-H Met The November meeting of the Portland 4-H club was held at the Portland Community Hall, with the 4-H entertaining the Farm Bureau. The meeting way called to order by the President, LeRoy Davis. Mr and Mrs E. Zweifel and Corrine entertained the group with musical numbers. WATER SCARE A water shortage alarmed Dysart recently. The to wit reservoir was found completely empty, and the main pump was out of order. Water was hauled from Traer all day and night, until the pump, choked with gravel, could be fixed. A $17,000 fire destroyed a double garage and a barn on the Melvin Peterson farm near Forest City recently. . SHARP'S JEWELRY***^ YOUR MM CHECKS mm F-ELCO TMH MM* DAIRY SUPPLEMENTS With good, bright alfalfa or clover hay, feed a mixture of 600 pounds ground ear com, 300 pound* ground oats, and 100 pound* FELCO DAIRY SUPPLEMENT. If you have medium quality hay.feeda mix made of 600 pounds ground eat corn, 200 pounds ground oats, and 200 pound* FELCO DAIRY SUPPLEMENT. ••• . With poor hay, corn fodder, or com silage, feed a mixture of 500 pounds of ground ear corn, 200 pound* ground oat*, and 300 pounds FELCO DAIRY SUPPLEMENT. FELCO DAIRY SUPPLEMENT is designed to furnish the proteins, mineral* and vitamin* usually lacking in hay and grain*. Stop in thi* week. Get lowdown on FELCO DAIRY SUPPLEMENT. Try it You'll see the in yout next milk or cream check. "Do West Bend Elevator Co.. West Bend. Fenion Cooperative Elevator Co« Fenion. The Farmers Elevator. Bode. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Bwea CUy. Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Wfciitewort. Lon* Rock Cooperative Elevator Co* Looe Bur* Cooperative Elevator. Burt.

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