The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 9
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On Honor Roll Metlin M. Schumacher, Algona, has been named to the student honor foil at the American Insti- Schumacher is the son of Mr and Mrs Louis Schumacher, and a graduate of St. Cecelia Academy in Algona. He is taking courses ^g of Business in Des Moines. i« salesmanship, accounting and business management. The word "bookkeeper" is ona of few words in the English language that has three successive sets of double letters. TELEPHONE USERS Of ALGONA All telephones m Algona now have been changed to dial service, and the $650,000 telephone improvdnent and expansion program here has been completed. Algona people have been patient and cooperative throughout the project, and we want to say a sincere "Thank You" in appreciation. We are happy to provide this improved service to you. Telephone users in Algona are finding dial service easy to use and getting the best results by observing these simple steps: / c Obtain the new number from the new telephone directory. *• Listen for dial tone. 3, Dial carefully — as explained in the opening pages of the new directory. You'll find it to your advantage, also, to give the i called person time to answer. Always wait about 10 rings — that's only a minute. In an emergency or if at any time you need assistance in dialing, just dial "Operator" and she will come in on the line to assist you. J. L. CLAUDE, Manager NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY George Rahe Of Bancroft Weds A Sibley Girl Batiefofi — Leilan Rahfeldt. daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Rahfeldt of Sibley, became the bride of James Rahe, son of Mr and Mrs George Rahe of Ban* croft, in a ceremony performed in the Catholic church in Sheldon by Father Woods at 9:00. The bride was attended by Jean Rahe, sister of the groom, and Norma Leinen, friend of the couple. The groom was attended by Gerald Rahe, cousin of the groom and Dick Galland. A reception and dinner were held for about 47 relatives and friends of the couple. , Relatives attending from here were Mr and Mrs George Rahe and Jean, Mr and Mrs Rudy Rahe, Mr and Mrs Al Rflhe, Kathryn Rahe, Mr and Mrs Law-; rence Menke, Mr and Mrs Rich-j ard Menke, Mr and Mrs James Menke, Mr and Mrs Arthur Menke, Mr and Mrs Ralph Menke, Mrs Herbert Schiltz, Ro bert Menke, Mr and Mrs Alfrec Menke, Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Harold Winkel of Whittemore. The couple will make their home in Dakota City, Neb. when he is employed by the railroad Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig lef this week for Texas where thej .are on an extended trip am vacation which will be spen sightseeing. Mr and Mrs Floyd Yackle spen Wednesday and Thursday, in De! Moines attending the Girls Stat( Tournament. The children stayec with relatives and friends. The senior girls of St. John* A Mutual Invattmtnt Fund United Income Fund United Science Fund United Continental Fund United Accumulative Fund For Prosperous and descriptive literature, without obligation, fill in and Return This Advertisement. WADDELL & REED, INC. Principal Underwriters 1012 Baltimore Ave. Kansas Ciiy 6, Mo. 40 Wall Street New York 5, N. Y. JOHN C. LOVE BOX 182 — ALGONA. IA. Name City __ Address "Offices From Coast To Coast" Chevy is America's "hot"car Chevrolet Wins Coveted ' Manufacturers* Trophy at Deytona Beach as "best performing U. S. automobile"I ; Want/octe about 'performance? Then look at the official figures from NASCAR's* internationally famous Pay tons Beach competition for stock tars. Here's what you'll find: Chev» rolet, in two weeks of blistering com* petition, proved itself as America's Number One performance car. Nothing JB ttw low-price field could touch it. No other car, regardless of price, scored such a sweep. And Chevy walked away with the famous Manu» facturers' Trophy, hands down! The 1957 Chevrolet is, by all odds, the most astonishing performer ever produced in the low-price field. Best of all, this superiority isn't limited to just a few extra-cost high-performance models. Every type of Chevy—from the six-cylinder models right up to the 283-horsepower "Super Turbo-Fire" V8's, from the single-carburetor V8'| with Powerglide to the stick-shift "270's"~-is a championship car. *N<*wnal Aueciniionfyr Stedt Cor Auto #<wm|. COME IN NOW-* GET A WINNING DEAL ON THE CIIAMPIONI 1USA Chevrolet dealers display thit famous trademark See Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer 3l<pui clipper Bcs jWoni IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH t4, 1957 VOl. 94- NO. 11 entertained Donna Bergman on her birthday March 4 at her home. Games were played with piizi-s going to Rita Antoine, •vlarianne Nurie and Carol Ann Williamson. Lunch was served and Donna received lovely gifts. James Kennedy, son of Mr and Mrs A. W. Kennedy, left Tuesday I'm- two years with the U.S. Army. He was expected to be sont to Camp Chaffec, Mo. Jim was manager of the Kennedy Dopt. Store. Phil Doocy has taken over this position. Jack Hatten, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Hatten, left Monday from Mason City for two years in the U.S. Army. Jack is a graduate at St. John's and has been employed here. Mr George Johnson and Mert of Titonka were Sunday guests at the Lawrence Bergman home. Four students of St. John's High School received superior ratings in the D.Y.O. Speech Contest held at the St. Joseph High School of Bode. The students who participated and received the awards were Jan Clark, dramatic; Jean Rahe, humorous; David Welp won his rating on an extemporaneous speech. The students were assisted in their speeches by Sister Mary Hugh, O.S.F. English teacher in St. John's. Word was received by relatives here that Oliver Ditsworth of Milwaukee, Wis. is seriously ill. Mr Ditsworth is a brother of Mrs E. J. Seeny, Alfred Ditsworth and Frank Ditsworth. The Baptist Guild attended a house warming for Mrs Bess Peterson at Swea City Tuesday. The Swea City Guild had the house warming. Peter Reelings Hosts To Double Birthday Party St. Joe — Mr and Mrs Peter Reding entertained in their home a week ago Friday evening at dinner in observance of the first birthday of their daughter Kathy and the 18th birthday of Mrs Reding's sister, Theresa Berte. Following dinner the evening was spent playing cards with Mrs Vernon Berte receiving high Riverdale Rustlers I This attractive appearing girls 4-H club, the Riverdale RusllersI, was on deck for Saturday's Algona 4-H Club Day, with their officers and display at Consumers Super Market here. Club leader of the Rustlers I is Mrs Alvin Klein, Irvington; Alma Illg, president; Kay Ann Fridcres, vice-president. Prairie Pals 4-H The Prairie Pals Girls 4-H Club was honored by Sorensen's Grocery on the occasion of Algona's annual 4-H Club Day Saturday, with a special display at the Sorensen store. Mrs Herman Wise, Corwith, is leader of the club; Darlene Studer, president; Delores Studer, vice-president. prize and Peter Werling receiving low prize. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte, Theresa and James, Mr and Mrs Vernon Berte, Mr and Mrs Pete Werling and Mrs •^ at Wiltgen Jewelers = We're Sharing $3,000 YOU! BRING IN ANY OLD WATCH REGARDLESS OF ACE, MAKE, OR CONDITION Get A Giant Jackpot Trade-In Allowance on ANY NEW BULOVA! timiftd Tim* Only! $59*0 ^^ *r New mir»cf» of THIN. THIN witch 4«slgnl • (7 j«w»lj t unbrttkJbl* mainjprinj t ihpck rwisUnt • ix- pantign bend (tlse iHilit/t mitti <*trv>tt OtQ BUtOVA IWGaU FIRST LADT $5930 H liwtlt»It M gold * timid to il« precision njjuslmintt«unbi eaktbl* puinsprlng fia *tit, Wf,lk, 18 tt goM) AMERICAN CUPPER $4900 1? j»W»l» * Mlf-wllKling * WltW> proof* * tkock rwuUnt t unbrwk- riiu t «nt!-m«a»tic t ** • *"•» NO MONEY DOWN ftt/cM taUff^ 19 <*«*. tfttft/ YOUR Olt> WATCH U «i9 COWM PAYMftH • JEWELERS* Florence Hammer all from St. Joe and Mr and Mrs Peter Reding Sr. and Leona and Mary Ann Berte of Algona. Theresa Berte, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte, was honored to a party observance pf her 18th birthday. Games and contests were enjoyed with a de- 'llcious lunch served. Theresa received many lovely gifts. Those attending were Mrs Peter C, Reding, sister of Theresa, and senior classmates of St. Joseph's school, Kay Ann Friders, Donna Thul, Donald Wagner, , J e a n Becker, Beatrice and JoAnn Bormann, Cathy Hilbert, Jerry Weydert, Gerry and Tom Reding, Lois Willfong, Margaret Gales, Alice and Alma Illg and Irma Laubenthal. Mr and Mrs John B. Reding, Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding and Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs George Bormann near New Hampton. Mr and Mrs Math Friders and family of Algona were visitors Thursday evening with John Friders and the Norbert Friders family here. K. C., St. Joseph Council, held its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, March 4, in the K.C. club room, with Peter Becker, grand knight, presiding. Plans are underway for the annual K,C. guest night and the annual Athletic banquet. Dates have not been set for either event. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour were Edward Bormann, Anton Becker, Charles Plathe and Luke Me- Guire. Jean and Tom Reding, Jean Becker, Donald Wagner and David McGuire were visitors on Saturday with Carol Reding, Ann McGuire and Elaine Wagner at Mount Mercy College, in Cedar Rapids and Saturday night attended the Iowa-Kansas Basketball game in Iowa City, returning home on Sunday. Joseph Loebach Rites, Mar, \, At Whitfemore Whittemote — Funeral services for Joseph Loebach, 80, were held Friday, March 1, in St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore, Rev. William Veit officiating. Pallbearers were his 2 grandsons and four nephews, Joseph Loebach III, Marvin Loebach, Vincent Salz, Harold Knecht, Donald Kollasch and Paul Loebach. Interment was at the St. Michael's cemetery on the fam- Uy lot with Hyink Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Mr Loebach retired from his farm three years ago and last year suffered a stroke. Sunday morning, Feb. 17, he had another attack and was taken to St. Ann hospital in Algona, where he died Feb. 27. Mr Loebach was one of a family of 15 children and the son of Mr and Mrs Christian Loebach. He was born Nov. 7, 1876, at Lenore, 111. and grew to manhood in that vicinity. In 1913 he was married to Elizabeth Salz. Seven years later in 1920 ho purchased the former Henry Becker farm four miles northeast of Whittemore and moved here with his family. Mr and Mrs Loebach were blessed with a family of eight children who are Gottlieb and Joseph Jr., Agnes and Mary Loebach of Whittemore, (Dorothy) Mrs Charles Drennen, New York City, N. Y., (Elenore) Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas of Bode, (Ruth) Mrs H, J. Engelen, Cedar 1 Rapids, and Leonard, deceased in his youth. He is survived by his wife and seven children, 17 grandchildren, five sisters and four brothers. Mr Loebach was of a jovial disposition, a willing friend to his neighbors, a kind and loving husband father, a devout member of St. Michael's parish and will be greatly missed by .his many friends. Relatives who attended the last rites from a distance were Mr and Mrs.J. V H. ; Engelen and daughter of Cedar/Rapids, Mr and Mrs C. E. Drennen of New York, Mr and Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas and' family of Bode, Mrs Mary Loebach and daughter, Hildegarde, Misses Margaret and Katherine, Frank Loebach, Mr and Mrs Edward Miller, Wilfred Loebach and Mrs Arthur Arkels of Lenore, 111., John Loebach, Cottan Ontario, Canada and Anthony Loebach, Hobson, Mont. Mrs Lepna Sabino,, William Salz, Rudolph Salz, Erwin Miller, Mr and Mrs . Alvin Weirer of Streator, 111.; Albert Salz, Lostant, 111.; Paul Loebach,'Sheridan, 111.; Bernard Salz, Wenona, • 111.; Mr and Mrs Walter Miller of Fower, Ind.; Mr and Mrs Vincent Holm of St. Paul; Mr & Mrs Peter Salz, Mrs Leona Purtel, and Isadore Weber of Stacyville; Mr and Mrs Peter Hoenscheid, and Mr and Mrs Phillip Streff of Salem, So. Dak.; Ben Pflibsen, and Mr and Mrs Reinhard Salz, of Bode; .Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz pf Ottosen; Mr and Mrs George Kjar of Rodman; Mr and Mrs Francis Illg and Mr and Mrs Cletus Salz of Burt; Mr and Mr$ Harold Knecht, Mrs John Kain, and son John, Mr and Mrs Dick Kain, Mr and Mrs Fern Drone, Mr and Mrs Robert Kain, Mrs Leonard Drager and son and Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona. , . AWARD Forest City attorney Burt J. Thompson was named as the first recipient of an annual award to be made by the American Bar Foundation. The citation is awarded for "adherance to the highest principles and traditions of the legal profession and service to the jmblic in the community in which he lives. You Can Save Why pay what many others are saving? It will pay you to see us to get all the facts. AUTO ~» FIRE - HAIL ACCIDENT AND HEALTH BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY Phone CY 4-2735 iO-U Read The Went Adi * It Fayil

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