The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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4-Algono Qa.) Upp»f D* Motfl* Thurtday, April 4, D E ft M QJ N Moihef-Daughter Banquet A Mother and Daughter banquet was held in the dining room of the .Trinity Lutheran church. Tuesday evening. Mrs Beryl Priebe was toastmistrcss and t tribute to daughters given bj Mrs Grady Phillips was responded to by her daughter with a tribute to mothers. The ban- <|uet was served by men of Un- church. •' A panel of women consisting df Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs John tavigne, Mrs Randall Clark and Mrs Kate Wegener guessed the years the modeled wedding dresses were made. The models were as follows: , Lois Dau, gown of 1887 belonging to John Thompson's mother; Carl Wittkopf, gown of 1909 be- Ibnging to Mrs R. S. Blossom; Luanna Alt, gown of 1910 belonging to mother of Mrs John Hopkins; Marilyn Dreesman, gown of 1829 belonging to Mrs Louie Lenz; Sandra Phillips, gown of 1939 belonging to her mother, Mrs Grady Phillips; Jane Wibben, gown of 1945 belonging to Mrs William Paetz; Donna Reefer, gown of 1949 belonging to Mrs Ross Strickler; Carol Kinne» gown of 1953, gown belonging io Mrs Harlan Haas; Paula Priebe, gown of 1954 belonging to Mrs Durwood Lashbrook. Musical numbers were given by a mixed vocal group undei the direction of D. ,H. Carver. Coffee Party Hostess Mrs Gene Faulstich entertained at a coffee last week Wednesday morning. In attendance werr Mrs Phil Diamond. Mrs Willard Gregson, Mrs Robert Henderson. Mrs Arlo Murken, Mrs Ryland Phillips, Mrs William Ressler. Mrs Joseph Rooney and Mrs Harley Waller. A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Faulslich's Guests were Mr and Mrs Leo Fraser, Mr and Mrs Rober. Henderson and Mr and Mrs Art Leeck. Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet April 11 with Mae Schenck as hostess and Harriet Schlicting and Neva Shipler as menu committee. Mary Lickter and Mary Sarchet will have charge of the program. Wedding Mr and Mrs Sam Baylor observed their 50ih wedding pn- niversary Sunday, March 31, with, a dinner for friends and relatives at Van's Cafe, after which open fiouse was held at the Let Mergen residence, 1331 E. McGregor 9t. About 100 guest*. called. Many out-of-town -friends were present. The couple married April 2. 1907, at Exira, la. They have been Algona residents the past 28 years. "Union Suits" Meet The "Union Suits" card club met Sunday evening with Mi and Mrs William Dearchs. Cues; couples were Mr and Mrs Jo* Miller and Mr and Mrs Carol Willrett. High score prizes wert won by Mrs Lee Schenck and Joe Miller. Low score prizes were won by Mrs Lee Schenck and Joe Miller. Low score prizes went to Mrs Ronald Collins ana Clarence Metzger. Ray Mertz. won the travel prize. Confirmation Class The following class was confirmed Sunday morning in the Trinity Lutheran church: Karen Alt, Jane Gallon, Nancy Geilen feld, Beverly Johnson, Linda Reidel, Caroline Rochleau, Patty Schneider, Beverly Warner, Allen Adams, William Brewer, Car! Danielson, Luetz Duerr, Leonard Funk, Ronald Gardner, Glena Johnson, Robert Wedman, Dean Willrett, Eugene Wittkopl and Bahne Struecker. At Church Meeting Women of the Presbyterian church who attended the Pres- byterial at Estherville Sunday were Mrs M. It. Brower, Mrs Horsier Clark, Mis Hugh Col- v\-cll, Mrs William Finn, Mrs John Foth, Mrs Frnd Geigel, Mrs Laura Holcomb, Mrs Alwit Huenhold, Mrs Claris Kresensky, Mrs Dick Meyers, Mrs Charles Redemske, Mrs Alfred Schencfcj and Mrs Joe Skow. Pot Luck Surprig* Mr and Mrs A. N. Erpelding had as guests Sunday evening at a pot-luck surprise party honoring the birthday of Mr Erpelding, Mr and Mrs Ed Arendt, Mr and Mrs Al Erpelding, Mr and Mrs William Erpelding, Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps and Georgie Krieps of Wesley. The evening was spent at cards and the honoree was presented with a gift. Birthday Club Hostess Mrs Rose Potter entertained the members of her birthday club Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Elbe; Potter and Mrs Carol Potter. Guests were Mrs Boland Bernau. Mrs Elmer Potter, Mrs Bert Potter, Mrs Ben Potter, Mrs Mary Miller. Mrs William Runchey and Mrs Wayne Smith ana daughter Mary of West Bend. Eight Specs Hostess Mrs Harold Hobson was hostess to the members of the "Eight Specs" card club Wednesday evening. Joan Pout, 11 Joan Post, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Post, celebrated her llth birthday Sunday and had as guests at\a theatre party Trudy Bartholomew, Betty Holt, Marlys Luepke.% Mary Louise Miller. Kay Moulton, Delthea Shierk and Sally Steele. Games were played and lunch was served at the home following the show. Pink-Blue Shdwa* Mrs Arlo Murken had a dessert lunch-bridge and "pink and blue" shower Monday evening for Mrs Joseph Rooney. Guests were Mrs Robert Henderson, Mrs Laily Knoll, Mrs Ryland Phillips. Mrs William Ressler, Mrs Harold Shugart and Mrs John Wilch. Mrs Griffen Hostess Mrs Mel Griffen was hostess to the members of the 'E.T.W." card club Wednesday afternoon Xmas T-B Sale Brings From County Christmas Seal sales in Kos* suth county totaled $4,887.44 during the recent campaign, according to C. B. Murtagh, county chairman of the TB Association and Mrs Arthur Benschoterj county seals chairman. Following is a list of town and township chairmen for th« drive, together.with funds collected by volunteer workers: Towns — Algona, $1189.24, Mrs J. K. Lytle; Bancroft, $163.45, Mrs R. E. Weber; Hurt, $163.50, Mrs Lance Riebhoff; Fenton, $120.30, Mrs Ervin Johnson; Lakota, $112.70, Mrs Elizabeth" Schaper; Ledyard, $100.25, Mrt E. A. Carpenter; Lone Rock, $77 l 50, Mrs Frank Fla;g; LuVerne, $60.00, Mrs William Bigings; Swea City, $222.88, Mrs Richafd Stevens; Titonka, $178.88, Mrs William Boyken; Wesley, $117.46, Beatrice Hildman; and Whittemore, $116.50, Mrs V't Perkins. Townships — Buffalo, $113,70, Mrs Carl Callies; Burt, $108.70, Mrs Delmar Angus; Cresco, $57.70, Mrs Elmer Potter; Eagle, $71.60, Mrs Merton Roalson; Fenton, $90.90, Mrs Reuben Luedtke; Gar-' field, $74.56, Mrs Clinton Stetzel; German, $104,90, Mru John Wel- housen; Grant, $57.60, Mrs Kenneth Patterson; Greenwood, $59.00, Mrs C. C. Inman; Harrison. $96.25, Mrs Selmer Uhr; Hebron. $87.00, Mrs Swen Larsen; Irvington, $96.75, Mrs Howard Raney, Ledyard, $107.72, Mrs David Friets. Lincoln, $72.15, Mrs Ronald Jutting; Lotts Creek, $75.75, Mrs Leo Kollasch; Lu Verne, $64.43, Mrs A. A. Schipull; Plum Creek. $65.00, Mrs Hollis Ben.schoter; Portland, $91.00, Mrs Victor Fitch; Prairie, $57.50, Mrs August Studer; Ramsey, $58.50, Mrs Geo. tfcfcteig; fcSverdale, $69.60, Mrt V«*n Barker; Seneca, $122.78, Mrs Harold Grunhovd; Sherman, $72.00, Mrs Alvin Weber; Spring* field, $54.70, Mrs Chester Johnsen; Swea, $98.40, Mrs Francis Torine; Union, $80.00, Mrs Alfred Schenck; Wesley, $103.50, Lois Bentele; and Whittemore $53.00, Mrs Ed Youngwirth. , The annual meeting of the as sdeiation was held Saturday, Mar. 23, in Algona and officers wefe elected. C. B. _Murtagh. Atfcona, w~as named county chair- tftbh; Mrs C. C. Inman, Bancroft, Vice-chairman; Mrs Claude Sl8|Je, Algona, secretary; and L. S. Bohannon, Algona, treasurer Rites Pend For Farmer Killed Funeral services for Henry Anderson, 70, farmer living neafl Livermore, who was killed Monday morning when he drove into the side of a Rock Island train southeast of Livermore, were pending. Word was expected yesterday from relatives as to arrangements. Anderson was alone, driving south. The train was a local freight enroute to Estherville from Iowa Falls. Two youths directly behind Mr Anderson said he apparently did not sea the train and ran into it. He died instantly. His widow and other relatives survive. Train crew members said they saw the car approaching the crossing at a slow rate of speed and of course expected it to stop. The accident happened near the AMfetson farm. Offer Poy Raise To Swea Faculty Supt. Edward Stewart of Swea City has announced that all teachers received contracts and have until April 15 to accept or resign. The salary scale was raised es follows: $250 for teachers with two to three years of college training; $300 for bachelor degree and $200 for those with a master's degree or with two-thirds of the work completed toward a master's degree. The school board expressed its complete satisfaction with the present staff: One teacher will be addon. , A full time reading teacher \vtll bo hired to help students who »rs having special difficulty with reading. The elementary grades next year will include kindergarten, two first grades; two -«tv- ond grades, one each of third, fourth and tifth. one combination fourth and fifth, one each ol sixth, seventh and eighth. Ronald Johnson was re-i?l<vtCHt president of the board. Other members art Ralph Walker, Lowell Larson, Harvey C. Larsen and Glenn Clark. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II CONSUMERS CONSUMERS CONSUMERS CONSUMERS CONSUMERS CONSUMERS f. LIBBY'S ROSEDALE DEL MONTE EASTER SALE! DEL MONTE TOMATO REGULAR BOTTLES DEL MONTE SECTIONS OF Grapefruit DEL MONTE Prune Juice DEL MONTE GRAPEFRUIT BREAKFAST FAVORITE C 46-OZ. CANS PACKED BY DEL MONTE Peaches WATER-PACK DEL MONTE (Sliced or Halves) NO. T/i CANS DEL MONTE Citrus Salad DEL MONTE REGULAR CANS Fruit Cocktail 41 DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE - GRAPEFRUIT 46-OZ. DWAN'S LUSCIOUS BLACK REGULAR CANS Raspberries 3 cans 89 'WILDERNESS CHERRY IflHJL M M **" <__^^™ */ "SQ^ GOVERNMENT-GRADED U. S. CHOICE SIRLOIN S T E A K SPRING FRYERS Chicken POPULAR "GOOD VALUE" BRAND OLEO CUT UP FOR THE PAN WITH PURCHASE OF 2-LB, BOX OF SWIFT'S Brookfield Cheese - 89c EASTER ALL BRANDS Place Your Order Early 1 RATH'S BLACKHAWK NO. 1 SLICED Bacon Mb. Pkg. OERBERS REG. CANS MINUTE BOX BABY FOOD.4lorflc TAPIOCA »c COVE OYSTERS 3 cans 1.00 BROWN QI POWDERED SUGAR 3 Lbs, 39c SUNSET CLUB POUND COFFEE JUc Vacuum-Pack Drip or Regular Spark's Honey 2lb. jar 59c GIANT SIZE KIDS! Have Your Ma Bring Yow To See Jerry the Monk See The Huge Banana Display At Consumer's i BANANAS HE JUMPS! HE SWINGS FROM A TRAPEZE! HE'SADILLER! The Very Finest HARD YKILOWS Money Can Buy CONSUMERS LOW PRICES EVERY DAY

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