, II School Growing v. J? at ? cs( J n . °f A1 9° na - Ion 9 recognized as one of the top hand coloring artists in the United States has taught the tncks of the trade to hundreds of students during ithe past'few. years — ih dolor classes ait the Isaacson Studio here and at conventions all over the country. Her latest class-of 10 students is shown with her in the above photo. . ,. - • . Members of the class, which graduated about a week ago, are, left to TigM,'front row, Eva-Lbree Frabotta, Dearborn, Mich., Mrs. Isaacson, Velma Stramel, Cedar Rapids, and Mary Knapp, Rockwel .City. In back, left to right, William Frabotta, Dearborn, Mich., Anne Eckel, Shelby, Jean Schoenrock, waiseca, Minn., Sharlene Sieloff, Mt. Clemens, Mich., Florence LaZaroff, Pontiac, Mich., Lauretta Davis, .Font Worth, Texas, and Esther'Deckert, Canton, South Dakota. - ' ' : ..•• ; Members of this .class are typical of most classes, according'to Mrs. Isaacson, who has at least six color-classes here each year. The Frabottas are both photographers aind artists-and most of the others paint for the photography trade in their own areas. Kay has had students from more'than half the states in the country since she first began leeching color here. Mr. and Mrs. Isaacson are both photographers and Kay specializes in oil color painting of enlarged photos taken by her husband. (Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving) Married At W hi ft e more Norma J. Gade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade, Whitle- niore, and James C. Kressin, son of Mr. aind Mrs. Arthur Kressin, Lotts Creek, were married Mar. 18 in St. Paul's Lutheran chui-ch v iat Whititemore. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated at the double ring ceremony. A complete wedding story appeared in the UDM March 23. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) Schipull. At the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer and, family to honor Donald wcry his grandparents Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan, aunts Mr and Mrs Herman Hinz of LuVerno, Mr and Mrs Leonard Wilson and girls of Livermore, and uncle Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer of Whitternore. At the home of Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon to honor Lowell were his grandfather H. D. Ristau, aunt Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen, Mr and Mrs Roger Nielsen and Debbie of Britt, Mrs Elmer Emery, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Charles Hinz, Lester Hinz, Mr and Mrs Merrill Hefty and family of LuVerne. Lowell's sponsors were Mrs Emery and Mrs Charles Hinz. At the home of Dr. and Mrs Norman Hesse and family in Henwick to honor Norman Jr., were his grandmother Mrs Lillie O'Hesse, Eldon Oberhelmen, Mr and Mrs Harvey Will and boys, LuVerne. Norman's sponsors were Mr and Mrs Will. At the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow and family to honor Eddie were Mr and Mrs Paul Olson, Blue Earth, Minn., Mrs Eric Seogebarth, Lone Rock, Mrs Ed Marlow, Mr and Mrs R W". Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Clyde Bristow of Burt, Mrs Nettie Borntragen of South Bend, Indiana, Mr and Mrs Ladell Olson of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs Helena Jentz, Mr and Mrs Larry Holding of Penton. ' At the home of Mr and Mrs L C. Wittmeier and family Sunday evening to honor Loren were the Rev. and Mrs Allen Rudow ana family, Mr and Mrs James Hcfti, Mr and Mrs .Harold Ristau family. Mrs Fay Harmon and Lowell, H. D. Ristau, Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen of Britt, Mr and Mrs Gary Wittmeier of Fort Dodge. Loren's sponsors 'were Mrs Harmon and Harold Ristau Confirmation Dinners Honor LuVerne Group LuVerne — Confirmation dinners honored the young people of the class of the Zion Ev. Lutheran church Palm Sunday as follows: At the home of Mr arid Mrs Fred Goetsch to honor Darlene were her grandmother Mrs Clara Baumgartner, uncles, Arlie Goetsch, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Car) Goetsch, Algona and aunt Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf of Bancroft, Darlene's sponsors were Mrs Behnkendorf and Carl Goetsch. At the home of Mr and Mrs Arnold Hinz to honor Esther were Mr and Mrs Ernest Naefke, Mrs Ida Naefke of Somers; sister Mr and Mrs Harvey Holder of Fonda; aunts Mr and Mrs James Abel of Kasson, Minn., Mr and'Mrs Dan Palsic of Osage, uncles Mr and Mrs Clarence Hinz and families, Henry and Waltei Hinz of LuVerne, Esther's sponsors were Walter Hinz and Mrs Abel. * At the home of Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg to honor Clara were her grandparents Mrs - Adelheid Schnakenberg of Irvington, Mr and Mrs Martin Becker Of Algona, Mr and Mrs Gary ReimniU and family of Mitchell S. Dak., Mr and Mrs John Sen- pakenberg of Irvington, Mr and Mrs Herman Koester and girls of Livermore, Mr & Mrs Adolph JCoester of LuVerne. Clara's sponsors were Mrs Reimnitz and Mrs John Schnakenberg. Afier^ noon callers were her aunt Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., and boys of Burt. At the home of Mr and Mrs William Schipull to honor then grandson Michael Schipull were his parents Mr and Mrs Lyle SchjpuU and family of Ringsted, aunj; Mr and Mrs Fred1 Lupkes and Marlys of Algona; his uncte Mr w* Mi T I» fcehmylJ «tf girls of Wesley. Michael s sponsors we** Mr* Luykes and Ralph Ex-Resident Pies Word has b.ecn received of the death of Mrs Kate Schneider Henry, 89, at Brattclebpro, Vt., March 18. Funeral ggryjces end burial took place there March 21. Surviving are two SQRS E_arl Henry and Frank Henry and one 4»yjW£f &to'I*ewte. • Mrs Paul Knoos. She was preceded in death by her husband Byrou Henry, three sons, two brothers, John and Fred Schneider and- a sister Mrs Ed Myer, all long time, residents here. Honor Parents ' The LuVerne Live Wires Girls 4-H .club met Saturday. , Talk given by Linda Schnetzer and demonstration by Zelda Witzel and Janice Awe. A workshop followed on making yeast bread and rolls, which were served at their b a n q u e t. : Refreshments, Janice Awe. Saturday evening the 4-H Girls were Hostesses at a banquet for their, parents with 32 in attendance. The • girls prepared and served the meal which consisted of sirloin steak, mashed potatoes, creamed corn, tossed salad, home made rolls, strawberry pie and coffee. A program was given with Le- Ota Ann Voss toastmistress. Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty were weekend visitors of their son, the DeRay Lichty family • at Mason "l&yi "* *"' ! " Sf"\ Q ? **"- A'*1'JB(! . 'Mi- and'Mrs".William PHof Vefe weekend visitors 'in Storm Lake , With their son, Mr and Mrs Do-' novatt Prior, Karen Hanselman,' -student nurse at Lutheran hospital, Sioux City visited over Sunday with her parents the Carl Hanselman family. ; ' Mrs Kate Barton was an ovei Sunday, guest for her £ort the Howard Barton family til., LjV'cr more. She Want to attend the confirmation of her granddaughter Rhonda IJarlo.M in' UifJ '1m manuel Luthera'n Church, Mr and Mrs Edward Knmus daughter Betty Hannts, Don Bin ris, Lu Verne, Mr and Mrsi Ii'vin Ilildman family of Wesley Were: Sunday? guests .in the' .Oi-yilli Ramus home in Fort Dodge. They went for the confirmation iji Carol Humus, granddaughter ami niece. " • ; Recent .weekend guests of I'c tcr and Luella Bliuner w.ere'lheii nieces, MI'S Rcuibcli Anderson of Duluth and Mrs Robert Williams of Aitkin,. Minn. Mrs Martha Schneider entertained her 500 club Tuesday with Mrs Mathilda Stoddard a guest. At play, high Mrs Anna Hansel- nan, and low, Mrs Frank Grour jach, ' ,; . Mrs Frank Gronbaeh was hostess to her canasta cliib Thursday evening. At play,, high, Mrs> Jessie Stripling, low, Mrs Melvin Kii.bly. Mr and Mrs Adolph Koester entertained members of the choir, their wives and husbands pE J.he Immanuel Lutheran church of Livermore at an even-- .ng of cards Friday. High, 'Glpiv Schultz, Mrs Duryl Frederick, low Daryl Frederick and Mrs loyd Kuenast. Mr and "Mrs Leo Brockman and family of Echo, Minn., were week end guests of .her sister, he Carl Hansclmafi family. They came for the confirmation 'ol Pristine Hanselman with th'o cjass of ten from the Immanuel l,utheran church at Livermore. They were also the sponsors of Kristine. Other guests at the dinner Sunday were her sister Karen Hanselman of Sioux City, her aunt Mr and 'Mrs Carvel Risvold and family of Cprwith and her grandmother Mrs Amelia Hanselman, LuVerne. Mrs Paul Blumer was a patient Tuesday to Sunday in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital She fell in her home breaking a bone in an ankle. Mr and Mrs George Schnetzer and Jerry and Luella Blumer attended the open house in Reri- wick Sunday honoring the 25tli wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Arthur Kraft, which is IVIarch 31. r - ' Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings were in Cleghorn Saturday evening attending a retirement party Cor Emery Goodrich, The baked harn_ banquet was served in the rooro^, of the Presbyterian church. BaV trick McGuire of Buyfe-' and Clif* Richardson of Scarvillc accom panied them. Thursday thru Saturday "The Wizard Of Baghdad" 7:00-10:00 "Enemy General" at 8:40 Friday and Saturday Matinee starting at 2:00 Saturday Midnight Show "Jazz Boat" at 12:00 Midnight Sunday "Cry For Happy" 1:15-3.'20-5:30-7::i5-9:4, r ) Monday and Tuesday 7:15-9:20 Monday Cartoon show at 2:00 Wednesday, April 5 "B'en Hur" Matinee at 1:30 Evening at 7:30 RELICS Fred Delavnn of Glenwood is an unusual collector of Indian relics with more than 10,000 pieces crowding cabinets, shelves and bookcases in his home. Dclavan who began collecting Indian artifacts when he was about six years old has obtained ninety- nine per cent of his collection in Mills county. Cowing TO The Algon ' ...... Sunday tfafU TufeTS "CflY P Oft HAPPY" eatre Donald O'Connor and Miyoslu Umcki arc paired in "Cry for Happy,".the new William Goetz pro"duction, a Columbia release which also stars Glenn Ford, Miiko Taka and James Shigeta in CinemaScope and Eastman color. NOTICE! WE ARE HAPPY to announce that we will expand our business to 12 NEW LANES - PLUS A MODERN SNACK BAR — this summer which will be ready for league bowling this fall. ' CONTACT Bob or Doyle now for signing up your team for next fall while you have these choices of nights: MONDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap TUESDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap WEDNESDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap 1 and Classic. THURSDAY NIGHTS - Women's Handicap FRIDAY NIGHTS - Mixed Doubles SATURDAY NIGHTS - Mixed Doubles. ON A tipb,Riedel PHd Liley, Prop.. ; press 4-2831 Thursday, March 30, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Dos Molne»-5 DAU'S GARAGE WANTS YOU TO BRING YOUR CAR TROUBLES TO THEM. WE LIKE THE REAL TOUGH MECHANICAL PROBLEMS YOUR FORMER SERVICEMAN GIVES UP ON OUR SPRING SERVICE SPECIALS ARE A TELEVISION TUNE-UP TO MAKE YOUR CAR RUN LIKE NEVER BEFORE, AND AUTOMATIC. TRANSMISSION SERVICE TO RESTORE THE PERFORMANCE LOST IN THIS WINTERS DRIVING. COME IN FOR OUR FREE ESTIMATE. DAU'S QLDSM08ILE - RAMBLER "WHERE EXPERIENCE'S FACTORY TRAINING COMBINE" BUSCHER BROS. 5th ANNUAL Dick and Gib Buscher have completed 5 full years serving their many custom- ers. In appreciation of your patronage . . Come cele- brate. FREE! FREE! FREE! HAM SANDWICHES - DONUTS - COFFEE DOOR PRIZES GALORE $20.00 Cash - Tool B ox - 2~Gal. Plastic Last PLUS PRIZES FOR EVERYONE Monday, April 3, 9 A.M. To 5 P.M. MONDAY, APRIL 3,9 a.m. To 5 p.m. Factory Men Will Be On Hand GET THE FACTS ON Minnegpolis-Moh'ne New Idea Papec Kelley Ryan YOU Will FIND MANY OPEN HOUSE AT BUSCHER BROS.
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