The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1959
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8-A!gor»a {la.) Upper D*4 MdlftW Thurtdoy, May «, .V f '« & 1. B ti> 1 h Kt Iff ' 50 At Geraldine Gregory Shower, Program, LuVerne LuVerne — Miss Geraldine 1 Gregory. bride-elect was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the rooms of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with 50 in attendance. A program was presented in charge of Mrs Don Miller. Assisting Gerry in opening her gifts were the Misses Sandra, Becky and Marcia Stripling, sisters of the grOom-to-be, Kenneth Stripling, Hostesses were Mrs Don Miller, Mrs Clem Stripling, Sandra Stripling, Mrs Edwin Jackson, Mrs Milton Wilhelm, Mrs John Pergande, Mrs Robert Will and Mrs Robert Rusher. Memorial Day Program The annual Memorial Day Service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the LuVerne cemetery, weather permitting. The graves of the soldier dead will be de corated, Music will be by .the LuVerne high school band. The speaker for the address will be the Retf, J. Paul Stevens. Honor Graduates Many family gatherings were held in homes of graduates after the commencement exercises at the LuVerne school Friday evening,. At the .'Albert Wilhelm home honoring Kenneth. •• At 'the Carl 'Swanson home honoring Linda. At the Fred Frost home honoring Marlyn. At the Albert Schneider home honoring Janelle. At the Gordon Gregory home honoring Geraldine. ( At the Arthur Maass home honoring Marvin* At the George Hobscheidt home honoring David. At the Wilder Rockwood home honoring twins Elaine and Eleanor. - • ' At -the Dennis Carroll home honoring 'Donald. • -At the Lawrence Oberhelman's honoring Richard, • . -'At'the Mrs Jessie Stripling home' hondring Becky. :At' the James < Schade home honoring Mariann. i "At ' the* '.William 1 Prior home honoring Dbnovan. • , At the Gerald Awe home hon- «oring Robert! and-Gerald. <At the Fay 1 Harmon' home honoring Larry.v • - •' "At th'esRobert Hardcopf home honoring Sally.' '. >On Sunday at the Earl Detmer- iiig'home honoring-Freddie. ' " At2-the "Harry Naffziger home honoring Judith: -, • ' At the Mat Besch home honoring Peter. '"' At.. t the Robert Rusher home honoring Marion. > i & vV • WESLEY By Mr*. Viola Stutter „„>.,„ In the Clftfeftee todfft*; Mfi fedk bief home fYiday evtniftg were called oft M* Mt and Mrs Doit Dorabier and • — fijff and Mri Dale Dornbier and fBmily, f tfte marrtagfe of Johti Ptette? of Arhes, soh of Dr. L. L. Pfeffef and Joatt TofgeSoh of Alnes wa* postponed from May 23 to Juntf 0, a& her father suffered a severe' heart attack. ^ •Mr and Mrs Carl FroeMieh " Weekend" feuests in'the-pareri- taL.Carl Swanson home were their daughter Mr and Mrs Glen Sehwarck and children of Whitten:- •:'"?<• ;" Elaine - arid Eleanor Rockwood had ah "a .weekend guest Delores Diekman' 6t Hampton. She came to attend the graduation of Elaine and-Eleanor, twin daughters of Mr and Mrs Wilder Rockwood.' '-"Weekend 1 visitors in the home of *Mr and Mrs Irviri Chapman "and Cheyenne were Mr and Mrs Robert 1 Chapman'of'Mt. Vernonj sbrtof Mr,Chapman. Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman and'Myrna had as weekend guesti Mrt *and^' Mrs Jerald Miller and children-, of-" Sargent, Minn. Mrs Miller,'- the' former Rita t Larimer is -the^aUghter ,of Mrs Bowman ' and sister, of Myrna Larimer. -Mr ,and'> Mrs .George Hobscheidt -and*, family ' and their house guests over the weekend were dinner, guefets 'Sunday in the home of ^ his brother Mr and Mrs John Hobscheidt ;,and family at Corwith.. The-dinner honored the \ graduation of David and Ann. Mr»and Mrs, Elr Eager returnee Saturday from a two weeks visit 'with their son Elmer at Granby Colo. * - ' Mr arid Mrs-. Guy Andre, Mich. ele, and Kathy of Fort Dodge visited, over-the" weekend with raauves and friends. „ Harold Burgess and son Terry Were in Chicago Wednesday to Friday the past 'week, Harold went for a fitting for a brace for his right foot. ''Miss Sally Hardcopf, 1959 grad liate of the LuVerne high schop began work 'as • a secretary h Algona, Monday. i Bey, W. 'Waifram of Ventura • supplied at' 'the service Sunday in the £ion Ev. Lutheran church in the absence of the pastor the '" flev.' 1 Louis Wittenburg 1 , hospitals ized;iyj' the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge/ ' Mrs Alvin Weber, accompanied by^-Mrs John Weber of Irvington , ' attended'' a • pre-nuptial shower , honoring Audrey -Wigans at Hardy Saturday afternoon, Mrs Ted Wagner entertained her Contract Bridge club Satur' d,ay with 'guests,, Mrs Ray Gerte and Mrs Nick' Bormann. High, Mrs Mabel Paulson; Second high, Mrs ;Ff»rlp Hamm; travel, Mrs Finger Smashed Jolene Lallief, 5 year old daughter of Mr and Mrg Arnold Lallier, suffered,6 badly injured teft thumb Fn'aay when it was caught in a U^ck* door on the hinge edge. m>e fingernail wa3 torn off and a deep cut in the end of the digit. , ' Grade Exercises Held The Promotion Exerdis6s of the 5th. 6th, 7th and 8th 'grades of the Corwith - Wesley Cortimunlty school were held in the Wesley auditorium Friday evening. JUrfe Parker Goldman of Titonk'a spoke. Charles Mullin presented the awards for attendance ana scholarship, certificates ,of promotion by Luther Nygaard, anc the Benediction by Rev* Jones,, There were-!l 10 pupils in the 3"6-7 grades arid 31 ir\ the eighth grade. The wesleyarts were Roland Ivan Johnson, Barbara DSari- ne Jones, Frank Jfteese Martin, Christian Allan-Nygaard,'Marilyn Louise Qulnn, Ronald - Joseph Root and Linda, Detmering. . . Shower Honoree ?//- -~ ' Sharlene Downs was honored at a pre-nuptial showeV Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's parish hall. Bridge and 500 were played. Felice Hilbert nnd Minnie Bleioh won high and ilow in jridge and Mary Lou Becker and Marilyn Weiland in 500.'- Mary Agnes Arndorfer won, the • dopr arize. ' '-• Sharlene, daughter of Mr arid Mrs Ed Downs, willi become" tH'e bride of James Reising; 'son' of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reising June 8. ' , „ . Fete Graduates Methodist women will give a party May 31 at the church parlors for"all-"graduating', students from the Wesley "arid ' Prairie Center churches.' Guests .will include Roger Flom, LiridaJHansen arid Sharon -Krull '.from high school; Linda Detmering, Marilyn Qulnn, Barbara Jones and,,Chns Nygaard from the Sth-'grad^anc Larry,Fox, Stanley Hanseh.,and Charlotte Wise from' College. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaarc and her parents, Mr, and Mrs George Eggles^on of . 'LuVerne went to DOS' Moines, May. 1R ,to attend fuheral .services-,- for an attfit, Jttr§ Ermd R^aspper,<..' «.,..< •..HF.orty-six ->Legionn'aires» .-anq their, wives/held' a - Burning, "tha Mortgage" banigiiet up. the .Legion hall' Sunday, evening; ^The'--•- ourse banquet was^ pl-epared and family moved over the weekend from 1 Mrs Theresa Foerlsch's house in the west part of town, out with Carl's father, Charles Froehlich oh the tetter's farm. Mrs Sophia Hildman and Bea* trice aftd Mr and Mrs Reese Mar-' tin and family attended high school graduating exercises at St-.-Joe Friday evening. ', Jimmy Warner was honored at - a birthday party at his 'pa'r- ental. Dr. Paul Warner Saturday afternoon. He was* 8 yeai"s old and his guests were boys of the 3rd 'grade in the public school. Mr and Mrs John Weig,, and son Ray went to Ackley last week to take Mrs Weig's sister, Mrs Frahk Horn an to her home there. Methodist women will meet June 3 at the church with Mes- ddmeS Harold Price, George Os- lercamp, John Weiland and Mrs Ethel' Hutchinson as hostesses. Mrs Don Kraus will lead devotions and Mrs Herman Wise will give the missionary lesson. Programs for the next year will be ready for distribution and new officers will be installed. Robert "Butch" Olson left Friday for Lovingtori, New Mexico. 3utch is a son of Mr and Mrs E. M: Olson and is a 1959' graduate ' of the Corwith - Wesley Community School. Mrs Maurice DeBoer gave den 1' of the Boy Scouts a picnic in the city park Monday. Mrs Gay- ie Studer Will replace her when she moves to Marshalltown with 15 Jefferson sevttfat days 'at ffl ,r"'^Ji- : 'v;^7 ''V^^.^'v^v^ ^^^-'^?.y^^^%^ffiS^;"^ - *. -. , ^iv.^v /: ^;vY' ;y* ii- ; - -4"'^ r ^- ? Cr : ;V^^ : ''^ • , , '. <: ,''.'•,(•'.' '-if-', .'•,*•• ,.'.-».„'K'*,->* '- .-'^.V* 1 .: ',-• ,V,i, u '.', -A"-- t1 ,&//* ' !&' &i» Jitsi..^'JiAJkiJkiliiiis <ft - Julius Matt, To Graduate 31 At St. Johns In Bancroft, BtUstefi '— ^ will' 'graduate from high school, Sunday, with. Rev. Edmoiid Aa „ „ bhe laddress. Those to graduate are: , ^ ^-,,\,. i ,,',; Patricia Booty, Retoeefta Becker, (Anthony . Sehilt^Hlehard s, fiileeh Binzen,^U|eric Dennis Kenhfedy, Rachel , Gail Elsbedk^r, , Duane e, Kenneth Bergman, >Rich- Deitering, Joan ,Welp, Bar* bara* DeGeeter, Anthdtty Kahler, Robert Lappe, Kathleeri Faberji Jean Govern, Charterte , Ctttehe, Beverly Diers, Carol 'Rus'temier,'' William L'enslhg, William Vaske, Alice Droessler, Patrida 1 Cogley,, Thomas Forti, , Fred "Eckhart;' Mary Faith'• McGuirei Patricia. Jlahe and Edward Rahe. Mrs Colliitson % - . „ ,-« ^ ^^ 1 ' her family soon.- Mr and Mrs 'flYed Rasmussen have purchased the Sam Alna house. Mr and Mrs DeBoer and children,' Dean and Dawn,/ are *' Funeral seVvices for Mrs E. R. Collinson ., {nee, - Hilda , ;Larson) were held at the Diamond Lake 'Lutberan church, Lake Bentftn,- Minn, last v Wednesday, May , 20. Graveside rites followed at River' erved by Mrs, Mike 'Wagnej; and her helpers,' Mrs, Nick- Twagner; Mrs Ray Becker "and lioift^'v ' '" Mr • and Mrs -, Lfe6.EuJ]%Sr and !amily of Albert 'Leal' ''day guests of- eigs. The ,Fullers .,alsb'" 1 visited the John Mushes '. and ,' thfj , neth Forburgersi . ,"' '" V ', ' moving'soon .to Marsh'alltown. •Mrs H. E. Hemxningsen gave a coffee 'party Saturday - for a group of neighbor women in honor of • their. daughter, Mrs Invih Rosheim bf Forest City.' . Mr and* Mrs Charles Nygaard went to Anies'May 28 to get their daughter Julie who has completed, her freshman year of College. Kathy Girres, also a freshman^ returned home* the' same day." A son was born May 20 to Mr ^ and Mrs George Ostercamp at the Bfitt'hospital.' •' ' ' ' •Wesley . township 4-'H boys held a -May meeting at the. Fred" Asa, home, Cfiris Nygaard and > Jerry Heinan'.were chosen'to attend '4-JT Camp at Clear Lake iri June., George Cunningham., or Philip Seaberg were chosen .to .attend.a short'course at Ames in June. Bob" Johnson, Algona, was a guest, . Methodist 1 young people - -.will have washing be'e May, 20 a£°the church. • , ' r,t,Th>re, twill be a .reception of new, menitbers 'iand. an .installation' of -W.S.C.S.'officers May 31' at •'9 a.m. -in • the Methodist church.% ';. The St.,: Joseph's Guild will hav.e their regular meeting May .28. in the parish, hall. .' Banns',of .marriage were published <• for the first time for ••James Reising and' , Sharlene Downs in St. 1 . Joseph's Catholic church Sunday. , ' view* cemetery here. -Rev. Calvin Rossman officiat'e'di?;''•'--•": • I Comris'orfK&lster';,of Ted ,' of 'Algo|ia,ia'ied'.Saturday! " a*t Lake *Benton... Shd Mrs Lars*on May 16. is' survived by 'her husband, • a daughter^ '-Margaret, / and . two ibrothersj Ted.'^AlgonaV and 5 Carl RutHven. -^ •'>?•. .:' New from the Kraft Kitchen! SPOON IT into hot foodi • "X HEAT IT for cheese sauc« SPREAD IT for snacks ^ A Pistiurixid ProMis ChHti Spraad sculptured by $900 Raised For Lakota Band Aid . It waV'smVounced at ttie final Mpther*f jneeting the organization ... ...,'fioal of $900. this money was used to -*• -' -- |p an j ep( jnstru- by the Lako f^ftpijaijuj^f -of, |he money B4'p ijtjior that officers i; (hanks to Complete Control • low back, step in type forto fcn* • a clean, deek Kpjb* from lop H) bottom e complete derr'tere aW fh»gj> oonxtrag^ eliminates rolls • complete and elastic-paneled back control, • fashionable scooped back) • the easiest to wear <— step in aid tif up for smoothest lines ever. v i Mrs Mildred Miller, graduate corsetiere, will be glad tp give you a fining and gdvlse you, expertly, as to your foundation garment needs. Mrs Miller ha? b'een ve,ry .su^cefsful in pur corset department and we guarantee you a perfect fit Come in and see the Goddess model shown above. fM Store ' . W-Y : \ ' ' ' *•' : ' • •' \ T > 1 1 \ §PfN;lBH*ti in foyhdatien garmenti, *'*''•'.}*'* • ' OREO CREAM SANDWICH COOKIES i ^ ',*•'/•'*- l ,!tv 'a, r^M ' f* * COOKIES LARGE ST^^ACl^Rlf2/'' (COVEY'S t LIBBY'S 12-OZ. CAN, •it * HI ..t', Luncheon Meat 1 1 'GOLD BONb HALF GAL; Dill Pickles 'JACK SPRAT COLORED 5Lb. MONARCH FANCY MANDARIN CANS JIFFY 40-OZ. PKG. Biscuit Mix.. DULANEY'S IRISH NO. 10 CAN M 0 N A RC H COF FEE Drip or Reg.. LB> ' i , , ' ,1 » fc 3 i , »'«! HJ ^-L |* - - ty ,i* a %"• ^ ; " r f ^f^^t^^^f^O^l^f^^f^^if^ff^f^f^^ftMW^f^^^f^fv^fjfii^f^tf^f^f^^ffff^f^^f^^'^^ CALIFORNIA FRESH IV5 FROZEN FOODS Strawberries* BNOBOY ORANGE •4 *• ft S * £ JuTCE...- "- I 6 - 01 -™" I .FLORIDA 5For89cf SWEET FANCY BOOTH 1-LB. PKG. "•."•fa, 'i* ' -; 6 FOR 29c STRAWBERRIES:.,,..,.:L.. : 39c SUNKIST 6-OZ. CAN. MRS. 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