The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1957
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4-AI0*ne (\o.} Upf** 0t* Meln« Thursday, Match 1, 1957 West Bend Girl A Bride u ^ ? bov6 are Mr a ? d M " Jer 'y *" Nichols. The bride is the, former -Lonnie Lee Juraens, daughte/ faf Mr and Mt« R.JV. Jtirgen. of Wesi B«n<£ and ihs bridasroom i* a ion of Mt and MM Harold MichoU of Adah, la. * dmtdft; Be'nd.^ **"**>' Ftk 1? ' i. J ^ re w pli S?, ^" 8 held afler lhe "remony with 250 allending. Mrs Nichols is a graduate of West Bend high, and the bridegroom graduated from Adair Tidbits From £ve/yn I'll admit I am long on advice ;and short on experience on a .good many subjects, and this is ?one I am very short on—CHIL- vDREN. When talking with a ^mother the other day I could hear *the cry of a child; One tot has *4he bad habit of biting and had ^just done that naughty trick with ^a brother -or sifter,-I didn't ,in>*quire which. Thfe mother asked, • ;2"What can one do with ,a .chj.10 ,.;that does that, one too young ito "wunderstajid why it is so naughty7' 2$ answered, ""Put them in Se- ,.;parate rooms for at least an ahour. Pon't let them play to- «gether till 1 the v hour is up,' 'Well. '*! don't kn6w that Solomon would -•have given that answer, .neither s-do I know what experienced '^mothers or teachers would have .^offered. I wonder if it worked, '-*' • • .*'•'' 'j Quite a number of Algonans • .have "attended the Home and '^Flower show at the Veterans ^Memorial Auditorium in DCS -r-Moines. I reported some but to ^the list are Mr and Mrs Clarence "^Macumber and Mr and Mrs Wal-ter Boe'ckholt. Mr and Mrs Ralph ^Donovan and Mr and 'Mrs Paul ^Premmer were .also th^re and lo --and behold, ran onto the son and •"daughterrin-law, Mr and Mrs .7, Bob Donovan of Cedar Falls. «...-»„ a cojncindence in such a niece Mrs Dave Leffert. I wish I had read the item more thoroughly. Knowing Ida su well (Mrs Leffert) would have made the story of more interest to me. The Tweetens live at Swea City. * * • * , I guess my I.Q. is averags. Al least I passed the dial phone test OiK;, the other day. I am wondering if my. average calls per May will be slowed up when I have to do t my own work. At any rate I can only'blame myself if I get a wrong number. " * * .'•' * • •'-.'• ; Mr and Mrs Burton Thorpe are back from their very nice vacation.- I had a little chat with Ma'ttie\ the^other day inquiring about our mutual friend, Florence Patterson Howard of Phoenix, Ariz.', I ask her if she saw the Carson Taylors, but 1 hardly think she did else she would have mentioned it. They visited mostly with Gladys Tribon Paddock (Mrs Otis). * * * her "dressed up" state and asked her about il. Preening herself arid posing with her hands on her hip^shp replied in her b?st sc'c:t?!y manner, "i m Rf>itig to n Stanlt-v pai\v!" « " • » B«tn8clme find Jin A']*n •#?•» gi\\-n » siupiise pnil.'v Feb. 2'.-'. iji c"ifhrp!u>n of tn.M- thirty-firs! weuding annivor.'nry. In addition 1o thk^ parly hnd gi:ts they hari a phone call fitv.n their sr.n Ui i, wno, with hix jami'y. mov<?c) tr- Califc-vtua a few months fig.) They h.ivt> pti:ciin?e..l a new homt 1 at ij-'inta M ;nira and mo wji! pltasi'U wiJi ine new location. ' * * rsnca Frascr fe'l rn the ir* ec \vc-Lks ago and b?'oke b:it'i bon, s in 0112 ic-g b^iwecn the knee and nnkle. He wiil suon bi ready Idr a "walking cast" but it will be three mare wteks b^- fore it e:m be ronu.-vel I th;jiu;ii! ho might have boon ic2 fishing but hLs wife said "No, it happened on the sidewalk." Uni Rock Rockets hazards — Airs CTtn IRnncy suffered a very painful big toe injury when par! of her vacuum cleaner fell across it. X-rays showed no banes were broken but the injury -Wi'.; major and as I said, very painful. When Ruth told me about it, 1 told, her I loo had suffered an injury, not pninful however. In getting out of a car, somehow i caught my finger nail against the safely bi-lt and ripped the naiJ half across. •"'crowd. *4H *» "When a feller needs a friend", ^and in this case both had one ~«*,Dean Buscher, 8, and his cousttj *»Darrell Davis of BUrt, had appefr ^dectomies within a~few h,ours .<?. .-ieach other and were "assigned thp *same room at St. Ann hospital *Darrell is ten years Dean's senior, w^but years matter not when one is ««*experiencing.the same ---'-*«• , "i •'•••;: •* : *'.W •* *«• ., r lr and Mrs 'John Busqher and **^Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerbef were ^recently in Chicago to attend a ^•showing 0f heavy road r equip- *«naent. Th!ey stayed at thf Shern hotej^. I was reminded of trip td Ohio a few years ago, _ m _zie Post and I stayed at the jjBrevoort b.ut the following ^orn, ^ing we were pt the tthpnnan »f where we attendeel Tommy Baft- "^lett's "Welcome TravelerB." He ^has been ofl the air for some ,*time. Wonder where he is and ••what he . is doing. Two years when Lizzie, Hazel Lusby I were at the Dells, WJs., ,,,™e were ppsters advertising ;*T«Mhmy Bartlptt's "Water Cam* *»ival." The morning we saw <-*"Welcome Travelers" a girl auta "*y&tev was on the program. I saw ,-,a picture and write-up about her **a few months a,f°- Luckily sue **baen't had a f ewk*ufc»" yet. Shp «,ws§ a native of Ireland. ,# * • Mr» Phil Diamond and Ujjle ** re spending ten days'In ,^,, with her parents. Wt a chat about Chicago which jiink te'thp most interesting in the United States, possibjjr rk, - but to mp I've be^n in City" twice, jusi to *whjpt my appetite B. Weil, Rome day maybe, , gQ |tt U»4 <Ao the things T1J i.made 'there, and «B>e jthp first, I wa* $ » * 'Ul Wflertwl « *Pbin ~n9,,ShwUy after -"r.«ffij t«i9 |*|ff tieen on A letter ihe other day from Clara Dray ton (Mrs Will), 510 W. 100th St, Hawthorne, Calif. She suggested that I give the addresses of persons I mention who Jive .. out . there. She'd like to call on some, so I'll start with my cou.sin., Melvin Henderson, 338 Roosevelt; Ave,, Pomona. Mrs Lela*jtewart, 1219 Princeton, St. Santa Monica; Mrs Marie Hawcott. r!423 E. Huntington Dr.j ~ ' * (This is also Nita Bos- address. Or at r least the. ,,, TT would be similar for Marie and her brother and sister L0e andk .Bess Hopkins have a motel Unit at the Boswell court.) Mrs Hazel Lusby is at .716 Jasmine. ; ,;Cornona Dejl Mar with her daughter Marguerite. Mrs Hazel Parr whose mother was Mrs Tom Akne is at 5834 Oakdale 4ve, Woodland Hills. A friend 4#hbse father i# Qeorge St John ijfMrs Betty Libbtt, 1033 N. Normahaie, Hollywood,= ; 29. She is an Invalid-with multiple sclerosis and would love seeing Iowa people. (Thanks for. the suggestion Mrs DraytonVV tHope you have S lot of fun seeing these people). Mrs Drayton added they Were vi-siting Mr and Mrs Ben Knoll who .live at 902 S. Main st,, Santa Ana. Mrs Knoll is the [Qrmer Ellen Galbraith and her husband is a former "Good Hope' boy. "Our son»ln-law Elwood Richter is suffering at present with an ulcer at the base of his stomach,. He is still working but las to toe on a strict diet, Oui daughter Doris Jives at 5510 W. ll^Otri Hawthorne, we have had a jdicp winter, real warm some of the time/' * . * » Dinner Honors W. F. Baft, Burl, On Birthday Burt — A 6:30 family dinner was held at the Wm. F. Bntt home, Sunday, honoring Mr Brut on his birthday. Attending were Mr and Mrs Howard Batl and children, Mr ( and Mr* John, Miller and children and Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Susnn Mrs Wm. N. Batt of Algona was unable to attend. due to illness. The occasion was also a welcome home for Robert Angus and honoring Margaret Bait's birthday which was Saturday. Home From Korea Robert Angus returned home Saturday from Korea by way of Minneapolis. Mrs Angus and Susan drove to that city Thursday to meet him. Mr Angus had been in Japan and Korea some over a year. With his family they will be at home in the .ho.use recently purchased from Hawcott. Mr and Mrs ICen- nelhs ^Wagner, former res'JBent.^ moved into the Graham apartment. X Legion Anniversary The American Legion of Knoll Post was organized some 36 years ago and an anniversary meeting was held in the hall Tuesday evening this week, honoring the event. The Post was started February 8, 1921, with 15 charter members, four of whom still belong, John Gilford, Oliver Graham, Dr. John Guy Clapsaddle and Lloyd Schenck, and the last two are continuous 36 years charter members. Other 36 year members are 1 W. W. Boettcher, Roy Clark, O. H. Graham, Harold Grover, Henry Smith and Tom Trenary. George Hawcott and Walter Steward have been Legion members for 37 years, and Ben Lampe and Luther Miller, Legion members for 39 years. Fred Howard is the present Legion Commander.. The Legion Auxiliary also observed its thirty-fifth anniversary, Tuesday evening. ' This group organized in January, 1922, with 25 charter members, four of whom still belong: Mrs O. H. Graham, Mrs W. E. Grover, Mrs Paul Moore and Mrs Lloyd Schenck. Mrs Schenck is a continuous 35 years member and is the present Auxiliary president. Mrs. Meinzer was the first chaplain and Mrs Art Leason the first treasurer. Some 42 members belong at 'this time. Festivities opened with serving of a cover- ed-^ish supper at 6:30 followed by a, program, entertainment and business meeting. The Lone Rotk Lively ftdelteis 4-M will have ihe Iowa State Bank as their sponsor on 4-H dab Day here Saturday, with a display in the bank lobby. Mrs Geo. Kissner, Lone Rock, is club leader; susan Montgomery, president; Janece Kissner, Vice-president, The Lone Rock Lively Rockets club membership is listed on another page of this issue of the UDM. Union Aletheans On Saturday, Algpna's 4-|j[>£luJ>. Day annual event,'lhe Union Alethean girls 4-H will appear ,ffi fowlers'store, with their special display. Mrs Glen Jenkinson, Algona R2, is' club leader of the Al- etheans; Jeanette Bjustrom is president; Betty Thilges, vice-president. A complete listing of aU club members'is-'to be found on another page of this Upper Des Moines iissue. • . Mrs Laura Girton of Marshall town is spending this week with her mother, Mrs Gerta Thompson. Mrs Bertha Wallace, whfl has been with Mrs Thompson* while H. A. Thompsons are away, is with the George H&wcbtts this '''" % . „••. Mr"and Mrs Tom Trenary entertained at dinner and cards at their home -Wednesday evening. Guests w'ere Mr and Mrs W. W. Boettcher, Mr and Mrs Ross Elvidge, Marion Chipman, Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mi^s E. C. Schwietert and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, The Birthday Circle will meet this week Friday, March,8th, with Mrs Anna Bierstedt. Bertha Wallace will have program, and a basket lunch will be served. Mrs Ella Sigsbee has been confined to her home the past by illness, and a lame knee. Academy Pupils Rate Well Iri District Contest Adopting" in .the dramatic division. Jean Hall received a rating of excellent'', with her dramatic selection "Elizabeth," as did Leonard Dahlhauser in the humorous division with/'Fisherman's Luck." . Jim .Lichter,. St. Cecelia's representative in extempore speech, was rated good. Five, of the fifteen participants in the contest merited superior ratings. ,, > assistant at St. ael's Parifh in Whittemore scheduled to talk in St. Joseph 1 * Parish. on March 6th. The annual D.Y.O. Speech Contest was heid on Sunday afternoon Marcn 3rd in St. Joseph V School. Participating- in thfe event were Bancroft, West Bend, Whittemore and Emmetsburg, Representing St. Joseph's School were Stanley Klein, Irene Ken* ne, Judy Wagner and Normfc Becker. Mr and Mrs John Thul assisted the Clarence Kramer family to move from Algona to a farrft northeast of Osege. March 1. j Edward Reding and Franklin c Wagner spent IhUrsday with Mr and Mrs Roger Bormann at Aha Vista. Mrs Eugene Thul and infant son Donald born oh Feb. 25 cSrhe home on Sunday frort St. =Ahn hospital in Algona. ; ftichard Jonnsoh, tfentuckiaft, was the only vice-president of the United States elected by the sort- ate. He served Curing Martih Van Bufen's administration. Thei pet! young ladle* pteiurtd iberi compd»e ih« Seneta Bi*»t Girls 4-H Club.which wiU f be honored at Algoha's third, aftnual 4-H Day Saturday Wf the sponsor, North Iowa Appliance Center, whefe the girls wift hive theif display. Club leader is Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Bancrdft; Kftrett Larson,'president; Dorothy Peterson, vice-pj-esidfiftt. The Senecietir*? membership is listed on another page of this UDM lssue ' 'i-'l M . - .ft! ALGONA - 3 DAYS ((Hitter Prittt) . M AN ACADEMY AWARD PERFORMANCE r *•'.<- Th» oW »4»0» "all ihwt gees up muft come down" apparently did not nfve 'prices of groceries and yariqus other commodities in jnjnd."' And now our public servants (?) want a hike of $1,000 per session! Expense money! thumb' and some don't. Berna dine Allen is one not so blessed. Slie .and husband Jim observed a wedding anniversary recently and ' Bfrnadme was given }-. lovely house plant, all abloom and^ beautiful; When Bemadim was told of the gift she said "Jwst watch how quickly it wii blooming when I get it home. It's probably begun f. ... , }<jst knowing it belongs to m*." », * * . Thtw y*ajr-old Sandra Al'eo. daughter of Mr and M& Dick seen with he* frand- '- by* relatives i who* nofe Mr and Mrs Erwin Schwjetert with Mrs Lottie Isenberger at- ..tendeda golden wedding anni- •a? rs lirjfe observance at 81 u e IfertWpBh Sunday afternoon honoring Mr and Mrs R. C. Baum of that place and was held at their home. Mr Baum is an uncle of Mrs Schwietert. The Burt people had Sunday dinnei with Mrs W. F. Baum and Elsie in Lakota. Mr and Mrs Art Leason spent Satin-day afternoon with Mr? Grace Schmidt in Buffalo Center Mr**Schmidt is recovering from successful removal of a catarapt. She underwent surgery earlier for removal of a cataract on the other eye, Clayton Moore of Iow& City spent a few days with his mother, Mrs Paul Moore, last week. He returned home Wednesday and Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel accompanied him and will visit the son-in-law and daughteV, Mr and Mi's Kobert Melville and family. \ The Red Cross Pnve is now or, and Mrs Ifirarfi AcKerman, Burt Chairman reports the following uriel Aekerman, Anna Baumgard,. Minerva Curtis, Ethel premrncl, M''s Gordon Gifford, Beth Hamilton, Betty Hiatt. Velna Layrcnii, Hose Mt-Quirc apd Mrs Jerry Weiner. The Lois Circle of the Methodist Church will have a bakj- aifternoon March 9 Six students of St. Cecelia's Academy received"! ratings in the district contest of the IHSSA held at Rockell City, March 1 and 2. Those receiving I's are: Julie Elbert and Ron Briggs—dramatic; Deanna Bebo and Diane Sle* britz—interpretive reading; Jean Hall — oratorical; and Joan Becker — humorous. Contestants receiving II ratings were Arleen Ludwig — dramatic; Ron Briggs — interpretive 'reading; Cecil Schilmpellur and Joan Goecke — oratorical; Leonard Dahlhauser — humorous; Clifford Esser — radio speaking; Jim Lichter — original oratory and extemporaneous. The one- act play, "In the-Suds," also re* coived a II rating. Characters were; Caroline • Bickert, Joan Henry and Tom Fandel. The state contest will be held in Dcnison, March 29 and 30. Julie Elbert merited a superior rating in the DYO speech festival held at St. Edmond's High School, Fort Dodge, March 3. Her reading was "A Kitty Goes ST. JOE NEWS .Shirley Wagner of here and Marilyn. Ferry of Humboldt. left on Friday .afternoon from Mason City via train for Tucson, Ariz., to spend ' a week with ' friendsv Both are employed by the telephone co. in : Humboldt. They plan to return home on Sunday, March 10th. c n The month of March is designated as religious vocation month. Talks on Vocation will be given in every Parish in the Having made her the most desirable Woman In the world ••he would let no other man possess herl \, <y l»jBy INGRin BERGMAN;, ; \^^&^^4^i^^^ \ erjaessR fe .*•**#!»* .A » f OK ^ - Ior INQRID BERGMAN YULBRYNNER HELEN HAYlS * ' ' ' ~~ *" —" ~ ~ —•— r-' • ' 9CRE£CNPi»AY BV '*• BUDDY ADLER • ANATOLE'LITVAK • ARTHUR LAURENTS —^ COLOR by DE LUXE * '. . CINEMASCOPE Children's Matinee Sat, 2 p.m. William Boyd "Hopalong Cassidy" in "LAW OF THE f RAH," Due to length of this program, pnly one featyre will be shown on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings . . . program starts at 7:45 with the feature beginning at W p^i. . ,'".".'•' ' ; ' '.^' ' Sunday Features at 1:15-4:45 - 8:30 ALGONAai SUNDAY-4 DAYS! -- ADMKSION Children ,'__ 20c Juniors 60e 75c ><3 NEATEST :NOVEL EVErt'V^RITTEN NOW 6 - PIUS COLOR CARTOONS COMING NEXT WEEK! PLAY THE JXCITING "24" feAME 9 000oo IN PRIZES FglQIPAIRE DKYtR - GRAND PRIZE PIUS MANY MQ8I VAIUABL6 P8IJE5 Wfltch For It In This *ep*r Next Week BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES SCREEN , M. » .1

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