The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 11, 1957
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t-Algeno do.) Upper fo» Melftti ttturwfay, April 11, 19$? Sentral Pupils In Solo And Group Recital Sontral schools music pupils presented a solo and ensemble program April 2 at the Lone Rock high school, ' with pupils from all three Sentral school participating. Vocal selections were in charge of Reubon Lutter, and instrumental numbers were directed by Warren L. Jones. Joyce Voigt of Fenton offered a piano solo, Susan Hantelman ol Fenton a vocal solo, Lois Wilber| of Seneca gave a clarinet solo and the Lone Rock girls sextette consisting of Rachel McArthur, P a 11 i Person, Karen Kueck, Janice Bierstedt, Janice Zumach and Madohna Marlow sang. Jerry Jensen of Lone Rock presented a baritone euphonium solo, and a clarinet quartette from Fenton consisting of Beth Ann Newel, JoAnne Sunde, Jane Ruger and Ardyth Drone gave a number. Karen Kueck of Lone Rock followed with a piano solo, Ray Wilberg of Seneca gave a vocal solo, and Janice Bierstedt of Lone Rock offered a trombone solo. Pamela Weisbrod of Fenton gave a vocal solo and a cornet trio from Lone Rock consisting of Paul Geitzenauer, Larry Ramus and Craig Blanchard offered a number. Other numbers were given by Ronald Johanneson, Seneca, vocal solo; Wanda Wetzel, Lone Rock, tenor sax solo; Susan Hantelman. Fenton, baritone; Seneca girls sextette, Nancy Fischer, Lois Wilberg, Janice Osborn, Marilyn Johanneson, Darlene Johnson and Margaret Nielson; French horn solo by Karen Kueck, Lone Rock; vocal solo, Glennis Finnestad, Fenton; Fenton clarinet trio; and vocal solo by Sharon Dorsey, Seneca. The program concluded with a piano solo by Norman Larson, Fenton; boys quartet from Seneca, Ray Wilberg, Dave Looft, Ronald Johanneson and Roger Nielson; sax solo by Norman Larson of Fenton; vocal solo by Nancy Fischer, Seneca; clarinet solo by Donna Blanchard, Lone Rock; vocal solo by Janet Behne, Fenton; Seneca brass quartette, Ray Wilberg, Janice Osborn, Sharon Dorsey and Dennis Johnson. Accompanists were Madonna Marlow, Sharon Gardner, Janet Behne, Mrs Warren Jones, Mrs Ed Bruhn, Beth Ann Newel, Mrs Roger Walker, Norma Larson and Margaret Nielsen. "Rock Pretty Baby" John Saxon and Luana Patten are a teen-age romantic team in "Rock, Pretty Baby," gay ,rock 'n' roll romance from Universal- International, in which they costar with Sal Mineo. The picture plays at a midnight preview Saturday at the Algona theatre, with the regular engagement starting Sunday, for two days. Carmen Brandt To Wed Elmer Jorgenson, S-City Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Weldon Brandt announce the engagement and approaching spring wedding of their daughter, Carmen, to Wayrie Jorgenson, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Jorgenson. Miss Brandt is teaching kindergarten in Swea City. Jorgenson is engaged in farming. Mrs Marvin Larson, Mrs Virgil Jensen, Mrs Glen Olson and Mrs Alyin Swahson attended Farm Bureau Rural Woman's Day at Algona, Thursday. Mrs Tom Preston and her small daughter Larinda Sue were given a party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Preston's. Enter- tainrnent was making a scrap book of the baby's future life, reading pf poems, and presenting Mrs Preston with a high chair for her baby girl. Luncheon hostesses were Mesdames Ervin Link, Gladyce Hanson, Dettmer Thompson and Emil Larson. Guests were Mesdames Joe Preston, Sam Link, Roger Linde, Maynard Jensen, Jim Preston, M, .Tokheim, Eldon Link, Wm. Gies, Glen Olson, Marvin Larson, Bernard Peterson and John Thompson. Mrs Francis Torine left Tues• day afternoon for Fayette where she stayed with her daughter, Cheryle, a student at Upper Jowa University. Mrs Torine and Cheryle went to Traer, Wednesday, to attend the funeral of a friend Mrs Leonard Burrows, 41 •held Wednesday afternoon. The Eagle Ladies Aid met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Otto Larson. Assistant hostesses were Mrs Robert Bexel! and Mrs Wm Brock. The Grant School P.T-A. met Monday night at the school. After business. some musical numbers were presented, and Mrs Irving Wortman Ol Dakota, showed pictures from a recent trip made to Russia. Mrs faul ganftner was one of the hostesses at a shower Thursday night at St. John's Hall in Bancroft, {or Mary Doocy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bill Doocy, Her marriage to Eugene Nemmers will like place April 27 at St. John's Catholic church. Cheryle Torine, daughter of Mr an4 Mrs Francis Torine, has accepted a position to teach 1st grade at public school at Traer. Mr and Mrs Paul Sanf tner ana ion Jimmie were Wednesday night visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Wiskus and to meet Wiskus' friends, Mr «M Mrs Id Banbas of Glenco, krho were returning alter *pe* last November in aad Mrs Lowell Larson and Dw*ne and Craig and Lucille Maynard Jensen took his father Otto A. Jensen to Minneapolis Sunday where Otto will enter the hospital for physical examination. Mrs Virgil Jensen and daughter Aleta, and Mrs Louis Stenzel and daughter Barbara attended the High School Music contest held at Graettinger Saturday Barbara sang a solo and Aleta accompanied her. Mr & Mrs Eugene Bartels and small daughter and Barbara Mino of Sioux Falls, D. Dak. were Sunday noon dinner guests at Walter Mino's. Mr Bartels preached at the Baptist Church Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Bruce Shafer of Wessington Springs, S. Dak. were weekend visitors at her cousin and his wife, Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg. The Shafers came to take back their small daughter Debra. Mr and Mrs Martin Gable received word their son Darrel underwent surgery for a broken hip bone last week Wednesday at a Denver, Colo, hospital. Darrel was severely hurt in an auto accident last December. He fell and re-broke the hip. He will return to the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Martin Gable when he is released from hospital. Gene Thompson was an Ames visitor Saturday until Sunday where he attended college activities. Mr and Mrs Clifford McGregor had their daughter Phyllis Renee, baptized at services at Methodist church, Swea City, Sunday morning. Mrs Louise Eden of Titonka visited Friday until Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Clifford McGregor and his family. Mr and Mrs Ted Toms, Boone, and Mr and Mrs Gordon Irving, Ames, were Saturday visitors at the home of Mrs,Hans Peterson and her family. Report On Dairy Herds For March During March, 20 dairy herds were tested on regular D.H.I.A and 16 herds on owner-sampler according to Forrest Hofbauer, D.H.I.A. supervisor for the north unit. He reports 8 herds with averages over 40 Ibs. of butterfat per cow for the month. They were: Ralph Walker, Jr., 1588 Ib.'milk, 55.9 Ib. fat; Harry Bartelt, 1451 Ib. milk, 49.0 Ib. fat; Glen Crouse & C. M. Gross, 1189 Ib. milk, 43.3 Ib. fat; Walter Campney, 1259 Ib. milk, 42,1 Ib. fat; Sidney Payne, 12?0 Ib. milk, 41.8 Ib. fat; Alvin Boettcher, 1209 Ib. milk, 41.7 Ib. fat; Milton Madison, 1200 Ib. milk, 41.5 Ib. fat; Ralph Angle & Engstrom, 1288 Ib. milk, 40.7 Ib. fat. IS YOM DRESSER DRAWER l*r turday. ! HERCULES® HOME VAULT 9 It should to... If you keep valuable documents, bonds, jewelry or cash in it, And too many people dp get careless and have valuables arpund the house la forgotten places where fire could destroy them. II you are one of these wople, why not break yourself of this habit by getting a Meilink-bijilt Hercules Home Vault? You'll find this Thermo-Cel steel Muiated vault convenient, inexpensive, and MfiiUgd fl/e-miitwtl Set em taty, No. 9*9 ,.,.,.,„„„,,. $19.7Q H, x *W W. x \m u D. No. 4*0 „ ----- ..„.. $80,15 1W H. x m u W, x lt w D. No. $19 u H, x « W. x D. 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