The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 5
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. AROUND ALGONA' A l»ft« 9»«p of local Senior Girl Scouts attended the State Conference Scoutorama in Des Moines over the weekend. They were Mrs Helen Mikes, leader, and Marcia Anderson, Karen Hutchins, Sue LaBarre, Ann Mikes, Judy Pickett, Carol Shore, Linda Smith, Sandra Strahorn and Mtml Wright. Mrs Richard Norton accompanied members ol Mrs Donald Chiquet and Mrs Paul James' Troop, Sherryll Immerfall, Diana Markla t Marijane Williams, Sjri Norton, Janice Bode, Sharon DeQrotte, Patty Cowan, Cindy Hardy and Jo Ann Muckey. Mrs Opal Anken bauer was present with her troop members, Patti Hedlund, Zulabel Ankenbauer, Judy Reinders, Judith Rovn, Marianne Steele, Patricia Thompson and Rebecca Jergenson. Xi XI chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a progressive dinner party Monday evening honoring sorority members who are eligible for the Exemplar degree. An Around The World Tour will be the theme for-the party with Hawaiian cocktails being served at Mrs Walter Schildknecht's; Chinese dinner at Mrs Bob Williams and French pastry at the home of Mrs Tom Sampson. Mrt L«wii Prater gave a party Friday afternoon in honor of hei daughter* Becky who was eight years old on Thursday. Guests were Betty Riedel, Jean Sigsbee, Donna Asa, Brenda Sjogren, Jean Brandow, Ann Shipley, Dianne Reefer, Susan Rentz, Susan Vipond, Sherry Baker, Anita Meyer and the honoree's sisters, Patty and Brenda. Mr and Mrs Charles McVay were at'Webster City on Sunday where they attended a celebration of the 80th birthday of Mrs McVay's father, Rev. J. J. Share. Rev. Share is now retired but he formerly held pastorates at Humboldt, Bradgate and Webster City. Mrs Charles Simmons was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs Murray Mowers was a guest. Mrs Dick Post- received the prize of high score. U*. arid M» M* 0. Bourne went to Des Moines on Saturday to attend a performance of "A Night of Opera" at Drake university. Their daughter, Julia was in the cast and Margaret Kelley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley also had a role. Immediately following the Des Moines performance the group left on tour. The pupil* of Mr Walter Me- Bride's sixth grade at Bryant School presented a program for their parents on Tuesday evening. A special feature was slides of the solar system made by the pupils under the direction of Mrs McBride who teaches Art to the group. The Executive Board of the Girl Scouts met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Wilbur Reinders. The Senior Scouts have invited all Intermediate and Brownie troops to an Easter egg hunt, Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at the swimming pool park, weather permitting. —o— The Soroplomisl club had a dinner party Tuesday evening in celebration of the club's 13th anniversary. It was held at the home of Mrs Frank Zerider and Mrs Frances Granthara was the assisting hostess. Carries furnished the entertainment. Mrs Marjorie Apple and Mri Wilfred _St. John gave a party Friday evening at the Moose hall in honor of the birthdays of their daughters, Nancy Apple, who was eleven and Lola Mae St John, who waf twelve. Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs Mabel Lee received the prize for high score, Mrs Beecher Lane, the low and Mrs Lester Johnson, the chair prize. Bill Moxley, who attends Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Merle Moxley. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee is hostess to the members of the Naomi Circle this afternoon, (Thursday). 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Ms and MM Wilbut Reindef* went to Worthington, Minn, on Friday to attend funeral service for Mr Reinders' step-father, Mr Bert Mallama. Mr and MN Charles Patterson have sent word that they are on the way home from California where they spent the winter. •LAKOTA By Mri Jerry Heetland Mr and Mrs Paul Kockler are parents of an 8 pound, 14 ounce daughter born April 5 at Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs Kockler is the former Arlene Ruby. Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Uken* attended a golden anniversary celebration for International Trucks at Mason City Thursday. Mr and Mrs George Heetland of Clear Lake attended the Presbyterian Church services Sunday. They are former La- kotans and were enroute to Swea City to visit Mrs Heetland's sister. Mrs Tillie Swenson of Post- vllle is visiting her daughter, Mrs Robert Hamilton .and family. Her grandson Robert Jr. was a member of the confirmation class of the Presbyterian church. Mr and Mrs Don Wcirtman and two sons arrived Thursday from Washington, D. C. for a visit with local relatives. They were met at the Minneapolis airport by Don's parents, Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman. The Mesdames Irvin Schwartz, Burdette Hoeppner, Earl Paulsen, Mary Telkamp and Jerry Heetland attended the Farm Bureau Rural Women's Day at the K. C. Hall; Algona, FridaJ- afternoon. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer William Mayer was taken to St. Ann hospital Saturday after not feeling well for a couple of days. He had bad pains in the legs and one arm. It was diagnosed as a severe case of rheumatic fever. By the time this news reaches you, he will be convalescing at home. The St. Benedict card club met at the home of Mrs Benn Dorr April 4 and Mary Cink won high in "500". The group meets April 10 at the, Mrs John Preuschl home. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe spent Sunday April 10 at the home of Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer and family, Mr and Mrs George Kunkel and family spent the evening of April 5 at George's brother and family, Mr and Mrs James Kunkel of Forest City. To Give Talk On Communism, Burt Miss Betty McConkey of Des Moines will speak on the subject of Communism at the Burt Presbyterian church on Thursday, April llth at 8 p.m. She will tell about the "Communist Circle of Influence," and "25 Year Infiltration Plan." She uses as the source of her information all documented evidence from the United States Government Printing Office. Her source of information is unlimited. She has volumes of documented government reports and photOBtatic copies of communist activities which she has studied thoroughly. The public is cordially invited to attend. Olds Fiesta Combines Luxury, Utility Oldsmobilv's glamorous 1957 Survr "83" station wagon lias all the luxury of a hardtop and all th» practical utility of 9 station wagon. The hardtop styling is epitomized by the absence of * center post between ihe two doors. Outstanding 1957 styling features are the distinctive accent stripe on the rear fender panels, the sculptured rear fenders, longer and lower silhouette, larger ' shr wt and new chrome vispred headlafims *»d taillighta. Inside, the Fiesta i« upholstered in comfortable Airweave Trilok fabrics and leather. Ample lug» gage »pacc is provided in the fegr compartment, which can he reached through the easy operating tailgate. The pecond seat-folds flu*h with the floor for cargo uar. Higher capacity rear springs and/ shock absorbers provide greater Wd-ca-rrying- " ~ " ~' '"""' NOW ON DISPLAY AT DAU'S - OLDS IN ALGONA! At Annual Banquet For Athletes Here An estimated 300 persons, including coaches, athletes and cheerleaders from St. Cecelia Academy and the high school, attended the annual athletic banquet in the high school annex Monday night. Algona's Kiwanis club sponsored the event. Featured speaker Was James A. Myers, newly appointed head football coach at loWa State College. Cecil Schilmoeller of St. Cecelia and Darrel Davis of the high school were named "athlptes of the year" by their respective schools and will be the first to have their names engraved on huge trophies presented -to each school by the Kiwanis club. Thei' selection came as a result of athletic ability, scholarship and other related qualifications. Myers served for several years at U.C.L.A. as head line coach before signing the I. S. C. contract. Good sportsmanship, the wili to win and hustle were stressed by Myers, who said "Winning isn't the most important thing — it's the only thing." His humorous stories and pleasant south ern accent were well accepted by his audience. All letter-winners and squad members of the various athletic teams at the two local schools were introduced by coaches Jim Geelan, Harold Shugart t Chat%p Martin and Art Olson aftd cheerleaders led cheers prior to Myers' talk. Glen Graham, chairman of the banquet for the Kiwanis, served as master of ceremonies during the evening. District Honors To F.F.A* Boys Ten Algona F.F.A. boys and their advisor, George Sefrit, attended the District F.F.A. convention and contests at Rockford, Saturday, March 30th. Gary Bernau received a gold award and advances to the state contest in extemporaneous speaking. He received a cash award of $12.50. Dennis Schoby received a silver award in public speaking and a bronze award on his secretary's book. Merl Walker received a silver award in Freshman Creed speaking. The parliamentary team Dean Benscholer, Carl Brown, Richard Rochleau, Richard Olson, and Gary Jennings received a silver award. Bob Von Bank participated in the F.F'.A. quiz and Francis Bjustrom attended the meeting. Next on the F.F.A. agenda is the State convention April 25-27 and the annual parents and son banquet to be held fa early May.. Thurtdoy, April 1 1, 19S7 AtfOttfl (to.) Upptf P« ft!**** I*V *i 4t4t Pf»Ofl» GY 4*3535 The financial tectioft of London called Lombard Street. » » • » • » DIAMOND'S NEW LOCATION Acrots From Courthouse Parking Lot * * * OPENING SPECIAL I Men's Rockford Socks 3 Pairs For 39c GRAHAM'S 50th JUBILEE YEAR LOVELY DRESSES for Easfer-and-after Flower-fresh prints . . . Crisp washable rayon linens . . . smart Easter-Classic navys . . . here r at Graham's ( a/e dr^ss,^ 'and jacket costumes, two-piece dresses, trim slimming sheaths, full-skirted styles ... all very, very fashion-wise ! Do your choosing now! "...'. 10.98 OTHERS 8.98 to 17;98 Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll: COATS ... 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