The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 11, 1957
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r WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE Worth SHILT'S $2 At SHOES WORTH $2.00 GRAHAM'S WORTH $2,00 AT J. C. PENNEY WORTH $2.09 AT CHRISTENSIN'S AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! Cresco Chums Cresco Chums met April 1, a' the home of Caro.yn Rochleau Roll call was answered by 14 members -and two ladies. Itu good grooming girl is to bz picked on May 14, at the home oi Theresa and Donna Mae Thilges Talks were given by Lucille Gade, Jeanne Ann Friders and Madonna Gisch. A demonstration was given by Sheryll Me- Neill. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT QUALITY ENGINEERING in LOW COST CHAIRS! Favorite massive • base deafen, foam cushioned and with dramatic two • tone upholstery &. easy fingertip adjustments .. .quality-en* gineered but low priced CHALLENGER SECRETARIAL CHAIRS C-22 ,,„., o Dp «f ue» Mam«» Thursday, April 11, 1957 Tifonka Girl Has One Of 20 Top Essays Tilcnka — Darlone Callies daughter of Mr end Mrs Carl F Callies of Titonka, h?s been notified that she ha? placed in the top 20 in an essay contest sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. The subjec 1 of the essay was "The blessing? of Liberty" and was sponsored to recognize and nublicize thr ability of young citizens in whom will be placed the trust of / le world tomorrow in the same way we recognize and publicize ability In sports and the arts Along with her award, Dadent has been given the opportunity to spend Wednesday, April 3 at the State House as a guest of the Governor and I.F.W.C. li UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona. la. Wins Declam Honor Sharon Carroll, daughter oi Mrs Hazel Carroll of Titpnka, received a No. 1 rating in Radio Speaking Division, at the State Declamatory speech contest held at Denison, Friday. The topic of her speech was Heart Disease, written by herself, and under the direction of Jack Easton. Sharon is a senior. She is also in the Glee club, mixed chorus, girls sextette and annual staff. Her plans are to attend Iowa State Teachers college this fall. Honored By .Election Miss Trudy Be'ss, daughter of THANK YOU For the interest shown in our display at the annual Algona Home Show. I was gratified by the response. I will be at our display room all day Saturday at 116 So. Dodge.. • , Charles R. Miller RUSCO SALES & SERVICE .'" ; - ' 15 Mr and Mrs Daryl Be<s, wa.- elected to the Meihodist Vouih t'ellowship District Council Sun day, March 31, ut tne Distnc Raliy held at Algona. Trud.. will se;ve for ons year. Trudy i. vice president of the local M.Y.F has been a membrr of the church choir for three years, and wa; Bible School assistant teacher fo- one year. Home On Furlough Pvt. 1st Class Harvey Isebranfl. <on of Mr and Mrs John B. Isebrand of Titonka, arrived homt Saturday for a 10-day furlough from Fort Polk, La. where he has been stationed. He has been working as a mechanic and doing maintaince w»>rk. He enterea the service Aug. 15, 1965 and will be discharged this fall. Councilman Sworn In Edward Sathoff has b e e ti sworn in as a new member ol the town council of Titonka, replacing Arthur Boyken at the last meeting held Friday, April 5th. Other members on the council are Louis Nath, Mayor, Loren Hans, who was recently sworn in to replace Wm. Nothwehr, who moved to Albert Lea, Amos Krominga, John M. Hamilton, Eilert Boyken and Mrs Camilla Cooper, treasurer, and Mrs Florence Reaser, secretary. To Show Slides Rev. M. Gilbertson of Waldorf College will show slides of the Holy Land at the Good Hope Lutheran Brotherhood Tuesday evening, April 9. Hosts will be Herbert Rakow, LeRoy Phelps, Ed "Sathoff, Arthur Rode and Frank and August Meyer. W.S.C.S. Met The Titonka W.S.C.S. met, Tuesday, April 10, at 2 p.m. at the, Methodist church parlors. The lesson .was by Mrs Dale Higgins and Devotions by Mrs Arend Neeland. Hostesses for the afternoon were Miss Florence Reynolds, Mrs Julia Reynolds, Mrs Ted Dunmire and Mrs Melvin Ricks. Mr and Mrs Martin Dean ot Westchester, 111., left Friday eve rung after a two wtjeks visit with Mrs Deans' parents, Mr and Mrs George Peterson, and at the Arthur Petersons of Titonku and the Arthur Loats family at Spencer Mr and Mrs Irvin Beenken oJ -SgSF^"- AT A TREMENDOUS SAVING took of These SUPER. GRUEN Features SHOCK RISISrAMT Thompson are parents of a babj boy, born at the Forest City hos piwl, Friday, April 5th.. Tht baby weighed 8 Ibs. 9 oz. and ha^ t as its grandparents, Mr tnd Mr Dick Betnken and Mr and Mrs Herman Jannsen. The mother i:the former Violet Jf.nnsen an. the father is the coach at Thomp son. ... ( Joe Tspper was 'taken to Hnn cock Memorial hospital at Britt after suffering a stroke at his home. Mr and Mrs Riy Harris attc 1 daughter Karen and Stanley ilumbke of Wetaskiwia, Alberta, Canada and Mr nnd Mrs Backmann of Graceville, Minn, weft weekend gue ts at the home 0? Mr and Mrs Clarence Mcchlef o; Titonka. Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten art the parents of a baby daughter born at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Sunday, April 7. .Titonka seniors and Mr and Mrs Truesdell and bus driver and wife, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Sexton, drove to Des Moines Tuesday, April 9, and attended a session of the Iowa legislature, Mr and Mrs Clarence Isebrand and Mr and Mrs John B. Isebrand attended the Home Show at Algona Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan arid Carol Ann were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters* Mrs Mina Miller and family bt LeMars were Titonka visitors over the weekend and also visited at the Dpnald Aukes home. Mr and Mrs Edward Sathoff and family were 'Des Moineg visitors over the weekend and also called at the home of Mrs Sathoff"s .parents,. Mr and Mrs Amundson and sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Arthur Eady, at Indianola. Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten re- nerved, the news of Elroy's rela- ••mres > 4n Bancroft of the illness oi his father who is in the Fort Dodge hospital. They visited him Saturday. Mrs Walter Haack, chairman, and Mrs Harry Mehlan, co-chairman of the cancer drive for Titonka, attended a kick-off meeting Tuesday evening held at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden and family spent Sunday visiting the Rev. and Mrs J. E. Albertson;and family of Dysart who was former minister in the Methodist church in Titonka. The basement has been dug and the foundation going up for the new home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Gray, who farm south of Titonka about three miles. It is expected to be. completed by early fall. Mr and Mrs M,arvin Johnston and family of Iowa City visiteo. over 'the weekend in Titonka with Mrs Johnston's parents, Mr and Mrs John B. Isebrand and family and brother Pvt. 1st Class Harvey Isebrand who is home oh furlough. Mr and Mrs Ernest Godfredsen and family of Clear Lake and fdrmer residents of Titonka visited with friends in Titonka Sat- urday during the day. ' Mr and Mrs Reindef Rjrominga received news frolfn Lftkota of the birth of a baby daughter, Mt'lc.nie Sue, born April 5th at the Buffalo Center hospital u Mr and Mrs Raymond Kroming;;. ihtir son and wife Evelyn. Gordon Swan drove to Dtt Moines Thursday, April 4, an^ filtered the Veterans hospiiai ru. a check up and observation. Hv : etui ned home the same da\ Howard Andrews .and John Sachau accompanied him. The Boy Scouts delivered large sacks this week at the doors <ri all in Titonka and the resident-are asked to fill these sacks with used clothing of all kinds, shoes and anything made of cloth 01 also bedding of any kind. Thast sacks will ba picked up again Saturday morning, April 13, by the Boy Scouts and will be sen to the Goodwill Industries. A group of ladies attended tru Methodist W.S..C.S. district meet ing in Clear Lake Wednesday, April 3. Those from here attend- m? were Mrs R. L. Krantz, Mrs Walter McDonald, Mrs Wm Schram, Mrs Eidon Attig, Mrs .\1aurice Givens, Mrs Ervin Eden Mrs Max Goldman and Mi. Hazel Carroll. Mr and Mrs Wm Everding o- Buffalo Center are parents of f baby son born Friday morning. April 5, at the Forest Cit>" Municipal hospital. This is tin nrst grandchild tor Mr and Mrs Menno Everding of Titonka, Mi and Mrs Jay Arnold of Lake Mills are the other grandparents He has been named Da.vic; Leonaid ahd weighed 8 Ibs. 6 oz. Mr and Mrs J. H. Williams ana sons, David and Bobbie of Boor.v were Sunday guests at the homt of Mrs Williams' parents, Mr am Mrs Oscar Miller. Mrs Jay Arnolds, Mrs Louis, Arnolds of Lake \Mills and Francis Bruns were Sunday (guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Menrto Everding. Edith Budlong of Titonka entered Park hospital in Mason City Sunday with pneumonia but at this, time is improved. The Ladies Aid Society of tin- Ramsey Reformed Church contributed $100 to the Board of Foreign Missions for life memberships in honor of their own honorary members, Mrs John A. Harms, Mrs Joe Risius, Mrs Will Kerdoes and Mrs Ben H. Meyer Mr and Mrs Louis Boomgarden and son Dwane of German Valley, 111. left Friday after a two weeks vacation and visit with Mrs Boomgarden's parents, Mr and Mrs John E. Sleper and other brothers and sisters. They also visited in South Dakota. She was formerly Anna Sleper. Ledyard Legion Burns Mortgage Ledyard • — Tuesday evening Mar. 26, the American Legion Post and Auxiliary and friends held a celebration at the hali and burned the mortgage on the hall. This post which gained its name from John Matzener and Dale Estle, who gave their lives in World War II, was organized about 11 years ago. They got their first charter in 1946 and the permanent charter in 1948. Their first Commander was the late Ray Marquis. They bough; the former Dyer grocery store from Robert Dyer in 1953 foi $15,000 and assumed that debt. By much hard work Legion members and the auxiliary , at thia time were able to pay off the debt and the mortgage was burned by the Legion's oldest mem ber, Albert West, a World War ] veteran. Carlyle Engelby is Comman der; Earl Jorgenson is vice commander; Everett Thompson, Adjutant; Marvin Lloyd, finance officer and Howard Klinksiek, chaplain. County Commandei Russell Harris and County Ad-, jutant Ralph Genger of Whittemore were present at the meeting! also Ray Murray, past State Commander. Ddrlene Lump* To Be Honored, St. Joe Shower St. Joe — Miss Darieno Lam pi: will be honored to a pre-nuptia. miscellaneous shower in Si Joseph's Hall on Sunday afternoon, April 14, at 2 o'clock. Mis? Lafnpe is the daughter of Mr ana Mrs Ed Lampe of Albert Oiiy and she will be the bride of Gregory Origer, son of Mr and Mrs John Origer of here on Tuesday. April 23, in St. Columbkill 1 * Catholic Church in Varina. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding Mf. ahd Mrs Alfred Reding anc. Mr and Mrs George Wagner at ten Jed the Silver Wedding An nlversary dinner and reception of cousins, Mr and Mrs Al lllg In the Avoca, Minn. Town Ha: on Sunday, April 7th. . Ann McGuire and Elaine Wag ner, students at Mt. Mercy C.>1 lege in Cedar Rapids, spent th» weekend here with home folks. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaa> had as dinner and supper gues 1 their home on Sundhjr, Apri 1 7th, Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family, Mr and Mrs Clarenct Bbrmann and family, Mr and Mr. ilfre ' K^hlrhas and family an, J> Mr and Mrs ^Raymond Kohll-na. and family. 7 mr arid Mfcs-John Thul enter toined to a Sunday evening din ner in their hfirhe in observaniv of their "birthdays which are on April 2nd and April 9th. Guest; were th'eir children and families LUMINOUS DIAL MAtHi ^WJr*P™^ 101 YOU! Allowance QnVovr Old Watth Toward Purchase of a New GRUEN P§& if&S KfJBih - A -AM — •sUBBiBHIi MMNJ^HIHIV^H f09y»r»>£ vy Pin Money Tor mi SOc USX DRUG & JEWELRY in 30 DAYS or less with a BUTLER steel building Your cash register will play a profitable tune month* 'sooner if you build the Butter way. One of these pre* engineered steel buildings goes up fast because all parti have been formed and punched for a precision fit in 8 modern factory. Erection costs W9 surprisingly low! By combining wood, masonry, and plate glass with! the regular galvanized or aluminum covering, you can easily jndividuali?e your Sutler building. Clear-span interiors are well lighted-100 percent usable! Insurance rates are low. And there's a size to suit your needs. Aik iis where you can sea a r»w Butler Building in use near you, It will pay you to get our price before you build. We will be glad to work with your architect or you can use our complete building service. Call or writf :BUIIL~K WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bu^d) West, Salfi Representative 805 So. 15th Phone j*3321 Fort Oedfle, Iowa Ottosen News Several from this area attended the County Federation of Women's Clubs meeting held at Henwick Tuesday. From the Lad-.cs Rural Club were Mrs Earl Long Bnd Mrs Albert Thofsen." Froli tlie Progressive Club $refe Mrs Oliver Lee, Mfs ftSlph Rich* arda, Mrs Harold Mttufttflin and Mrs K. R. MeLuen. Mrs Mike Coyle entertained a group of ladies at a coffee Thursday morning to honor a former resident Mrs I. Lpvig of Eort Dodge who hds beert visiting at the Art Lovig home. Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk were hostesses to the members ol the Presbyterian Ladies Aid, Friday afternoon. Mrs Mike Coyle read from the Outreach and Mrs Earl Long gave the lesson. Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson and Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan visited Sunday evening at the Ernest Enockson home in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechlef and family were present at a family gathering Sunday evening, March 24 at the James Dahlhaus- M hOme at Whittemore to honor « Waechter's brother-in-law Ends Thorsdoyt "OH MEN, OH WOMEN" FRIDAY & SATURDAY AIGONA© KILLED Eighteen year old Roger Wilson, of near Eldora, was killed recently when a tractor upset into ,a ditch near Union. ALGONA NIGHT At STAR BALLROOM DAKOTA CITY Sunday, Apr. 14 FRANK JONAS ORCH. "Swing & Sway The Jonas Way" Dancing From 8:30 to 12:30 Clip This Ad - WILL ADMIT 2 COUPLES FREE Sunday, Apr. 14 15 —JAMES CRAIG-LYNN BARI JOHN SMITH : ARLEEN WHELAN 2nd HIT! I A Re|il lilmt. Inc Ptoduction Released by ?0th CenlufT-foi NOTE: At The Children's Matinee Saturday, We will show the western "THE BLACK WHIP*/ i ^ »fip Plus 6 COLOR CARTOONS The "Real Story" of The Teenagers ! MIDNIGHT PREVIEW SATURDAY at 11:30 P. REGULAR ENGAGEMENT STARTS SUNDAY 11 TEENAGERS AND ADULTS ALIKE- He'sf/ienew screen roge..> JOHN SAXON even more exciting than in "Unguarded Moment"...In the itpry of today's tempestuous younf generation* told f/ie way f/iey wont ft told! ^EDWARD C. PLAIT • FAY WRAY * ROD McKUfN fc^PPllI^^ PIU5 ORCHESTRA SHORT & CARTOON

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