The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 11, 1957
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4-Alfofia (la.) UppttDw Matfttt Ttiwrtday, April 11, Senior Play At Swea City Is Presented Swea Ciiy — The Senior Clasj of S\vea Cily High presented it.-, class play Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, April 9 and 10. The 1hree act comedy, 'Meet Corliss Archer," was under the direction of faculty members, Miss Kay McSweeney and Miss Bonnie Reeves. Following were the cas; of characters: Nancy Weber, Larry Peters. Kay Emery, Joan Osgbod, Judy Bravender, Vincent Pavik, Dennis Lund. DeAnn Swanson, Mary Lou Blomster. Bob Kaltved. Phyllis Engholm, and Alice Schaeffer. Farewell Courtesies Mr and Mrs Bob Schwartz and daughter, Roberta, left last week for their new home in Ames, where Bob plans to attend Iowa State College to complete work toward his degree. Preceding their departure, the Schwartz were guests at a number of farewell courtesies. On Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs Harold Op*' sal entertained at dinner at their home, on which occasion Mr and Mrs Schwartz were the honored guests. During the preceding week a large group of friends entertained at dinner at Lede- burs in Fairmont, at which time Mr and Mrs Schwartz were presented with a farewell gift. A Family Of Athletes Don Johnson, who compiled memorable records as a high school athlete in Swea City two to five, years ago, has just completed a season as varsity center on the Luther College cage team. Big and rugged, (6 ft. 4 in., 195 pounds), Johnson was impressive as a rebounder and defensive man, according to friends who attended several Luther games this past season. The big redhead is also a tackle on the Luther football squad, and manages to keep in shape during the off-season by playing tennis. Tne Johnson family is also raising another athlete, as Don's brother, Carl, a junior in Swea City High School, is a letterman in football, basketball, baseball, and track. Swea City sports, fans look forward with interest to future performances of the two brothers. Musicians Win Honors At the Class C music contest for solos and small groups, held April 5 and 6 in Graettinger, ratings as follows were received by the Swea City High School Students of Everett Lockhart, instrumental, and Mrs Edith Busch, vocal: First Division — vocal solos, Nancy Weber, Fred Seyler, Nancy Johnson; Instrumental solo, Tom Sanftner, cornet; Cornet trio: Larry Franks, Tom Sanftner, Lee Geerdes; Drum Ensemble: Edrys Peterson, Reta Walker, Nancy Weber, Barbara Stenzel, Carmen Larson; Boys' quartet: Kenneth Seyler, Lowell Greenfield, Larry Franks, Torn Sanftnef. Second Division—' Vocal solos: Barbara Stenzel, Reta Walker, Joan Osgood, Edrys Peterson, Mary Jane Smith, Janet Thoreson, Janet Walker, David" Schaeffer, Kenneth Seyler, Judy Johnson, Jim Hardt; Mixed Quartet: Etta Jones, Janet Walker, David Schaeffer, Fred Seyler; Girls' Sextet: Judy Bravender, Reta Walker, Nancy Weber, Lorette Ming, Edrys Peterson, Mary Lou Blomster; Instrumental solo: Judy Johnson, flute; Janet Walker, flute; Larry Franks, cornet; Kjwen Ororaczhowski. trombone; Clarinet quartet: Mary Ann Martin, Mary Lou Blomster, Beverly Thorson, Lorraine Moel- Jeringr Infant Baptisms Infants who were baptized Sunday, April 7, by the Rev, S. H. Hammer at raqrning worship at First Methodist church are: Phyllis Renee, daughter of Mr .and Mrs Clifford McGregor; Russell Ray, son ot Mr and Mrs Larry Mino; Dallas Janies, son of Mr end Mrs James Preston; Stephen Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs Chester Fisher; Sandra, Rose, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward American Legion Auxiliary members at their regular meeting Tuesday enjoyed a varied program. .Mrs O. R. Person anc Mrs Qeo. &„ Nelson gave pspen on Honduras- Mrs Curtis Klugei showed a film and gave a repor' pn child jvetfare. The Hawk e,ye ' Cllns State committee no- Sharon Patterson a.' and Janet Thoreson a , > *Pne annual Swea City Higl ; ffchpoJi father-son athletic ban« quet i* being planned for Apn 84 in the school dining room, to fw peryed by the Ladies Aid ol the First Methodist Church. Hon gred guests will be the 39 boyt Who finjslwd, the season on on/ of the *qu*ds- The guest speak er will b> announced later. Not only are the fathers of the boy in athletics coridally invited, bit also other pen who are interest ed in the athletic activities ot ftclwis at $l.?5 an sal* $i Bravender'; $wf* City Locker school City. This committee will meet Sunday, April 14, at 3 p.m. Mr Smith will be assisted by William Schoenhair, Bancroft, lay leader of the Church. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Rohlin were Mr and Mrs Roy Rohlin of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Elwyn Letcher and sons Terry, Steven, and Bradley of Buffalo Center. Phtients at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, from this area are George Selzer and Isder. American Legion, at their regular meeting April 1, voted to hire Ray Robinson as janitor at the Legion .Hall. At the annual district meeting of the WSCS April 3 in Clear Lake, the following represented the Swea City unit: Mrs George Rohlin, Mrs Roy Rohlin, Mrs R. F. Snyder, Mrs H. V. Jones, Mrs Durwood Voigt, Mrs James Harner, Mrs Rena Haglund, and Mrs; S. H. Hammer. Mr and Mrs Eddie Kollasch are the parents of an 8 pound son, Timothy Donald, born March 29 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Timothy has two brothers, David and Billy, and his grandparents are Mr and Mrs Oscar Linde and Mrs Louise Kollasch. Friends of Mrs John H. Schue- Icr, Sr. are glad to know that she has returned from Iowa City, where she had been a patient at University Hospitals for two weeks. She is getting along nicely after having a cataract removed from her eye. Kenneth Rowlet, eldest son ol Mr and Mrs Ed Rowlet, arrived home last Week following three years in military service In the U. S. Marines. He served 16 months overseas duty in Japan. His future plans are still indefinite. Other children of the Rowlets are Mrs Tony Kollasch, Jr., Ledyard; Mrs Bob Heiman, Algona; and Jerry and Jim, students in ; the Swea City Community School. Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and sons Duane and Craig, and Lucille Montgomery left Friday for Minneapolis where t h e y visited friends and also attended the Ice Follies, returning Saturday. ' ''••'..'.•• • ' '' Mrs Ida E. Larson,. former resident now residing in Fairmont, recently returned from a ten day visit at Excelsi6r Springs, Mo. Mr and Mrs Wm. Krumm left Wednesday morning for a : few days' visit at the home of their son and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Krumm in.Des Moines. Recent guests at the Wrn Christensen home were their daughter and. family, Mr and Mrs Ingmar Haugen and daughters Beverly and Mary Lou, Burlington ;arid their. son, Bill, at student at Coe College. Bill ^as just completed a season as s'tu- dent business manager of the Coe varsity basketball team. ' ' 30 Confirmed At Sacred Heart Church, Ledyard Ledyard — Confirmation was held at Sacred Heart Church, Ledyard, Monday, April 1, 1957, at 3 p.m. Thirty members of the Parjsh were confirmed. 26 children arid four adults: Thomas Anderson, Roger Becker, Marcial Bartoli, Jr., Timothy Hornmerding, Danny Ing^let, Terry Kollasch, Darwin Naurnan, John Olson, James David Rose, James Sennefelder, Thomas Sennefelder, Claude Wilhelmi, Bonnie Becker, Sally Clapsaddle, Claudeen Cranston, Linda Goeke, Carol Ganzalez, Linda Kollasch, - Joyce Koppen, Delores Krebsbach, Patricia Koppen, Joan Keefe, Lynn Menke, Vicky Olson, Margaret Powers, Vicky v Thilges. Adults, Robert Hamilton, Mrs Evelyn Doocy. Mrs Shirley Lappe, Mrs Arlene Kockler. Confirmation was administered by the Mo«t Rev. Joseph M. Mueller, Bishop of the Diocese of Sioux City. Priests assisting at the ceremony: Msgr. P. P. Gearen of Algana, Father Joseph Schultes and Father Edmond A. Adams of Bancroft, Father Linus Eisenbacher of Armstrong. Benediction followed given by rattier Montag, with hymns sung by the choir under the direction of Mrs Vernon Haag. Vocal Concert Is Well Received A very enthusiastic crowd shpwed its appreciation following each number »t the spring con- Qert which featured me t mbers of the high school vocal department in the auditorium Friday night. , Music director Del Carver, who has. accepted a position on the staff of a west coast school af^er this school year, put the students through their paces from start *to finish of.'the program, which included everything from pops to opera, Only exception was the pjeaaant lack of rock-n'-reil. ' mixed chorus, girls gjee ilub,' massed choirs, Symphonet- yes and moderne chioir ai) per- forrajd during the evening, while soloists t>inda Smith, Allen Reid, Kifty r Jin Ho Deal, Karen Hutching, Janice Bwde, Pam Waller, fom Hutchison and Jim Moxley were put i« the spotlight front time to time, and came through with s p a r k. Ji n g performance* Which punctuated and added ipies to the group performances Pianists for the program were Pftritene SifcOgstrom, Pam Waller ind |4hcl| Smith. balloon flight in soi8 Blim- 'Washing- BUTTERNUT ^jm* ^jjj^ «M|^^nMB mjjjm n l&mm^irm r^k m COFFEE I FARE WAY DRIP OR REGULAR GRINDS MfflMffifflWffM^ Register For FREE EASTER BUNNIES To Be Given Away Saturday, April 20 SOUP FAREWAY'S FINEST MEATS Fftjtgi jgttCtlVt THURSDAY, MlDAY A EXTRA LEAN - HATH BLACKHAWK and §AVE! Picnics Ib. Wonderful Smokey Flavor Campbell's Reg. Tomato Can lOc FROZEN WALLEYE EVAPORATED PET MILK 25C Tall Cans HOME BRAND APPLE - GRAPE - CRABAPPLE JELLY I Filled Ib. A REAL BUY 1 Gelatin KRAFT'S VELVEETA Royal Reg. All Flavors Pkg. PARKAY Oleomargarine 2 wt 570 QUICK COOKING MACARONI CREAMETTES 23* LAUNDRY BLEACH DEXOL 59c CARNATION COTTAGE . C H E E5 E ....... 1 Pound Box 22c QUAKER Quick or Regular Pound Box 42-oz Box ALL PURPOSE CLEANER Perfex LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT RIBS Ib. 15c FINE FOR BOILING or BAR-B-QUE PORK SPARERIBS Ib. 39c HUNT'S WHOLE UNPEELED Apricots HUNT'S BARTLET PEARS 2 No. 2'/ 2 Cans HUNT'S WE HAVE U. S. GOV'T. GRADED CHOICE BEEF ALWAYS No. 300 Cans HUNT'S 14 OZ. Bottles fAHD AND GARDEN FERTILIZER YIGORO Guaranteed not to burn your yard 50-Lb. 7QQ Bag 1.77 Pillsburys Flour 10 Lb, C Bag Tender leaf Ted Orange Box of ' Pekoe 48 tea bags •I Hi >^BHBMrBI • ^•JBP^Bp^ ^Blwi'^^ Hi^WHBipB Sjokely's - Finest No. 303 Cans 39c Gerbers Baby Food 6 Reg. Cans Strained Hi-Ho Butter Crackers Sunshine 1 Lb. Box 33* ROYALTY CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 2 7 oz. Cons GOLDEN RIPE PASCAL CELERY OKOMICAI •ooi> j i> N Large Stalk

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