The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 20
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*-A!gomj (la.) Upptf DM Me-tn« Thtmdoy, April 18, 1*5? LWAL NOTES Mr and Mrs Clifford ttaase drove to Fenton, Friday, to visit Mrs Haaso's parents, Mr and Mrs Rfinhold Laabs. Mr» Kermit Burtis, cancer area chairman of Waterloo, appeared on Waterloo TV Wednesday eve- ting in behalf of thr cancer drive. She is a sister of Mrs Paul James of Algona. Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph and family spent Sunday at Goldfield with the former's parents, Mr & Mrs O. Joseph Sr. The dinner was in celebration of the first birthday of the daughter Patty. Mr and Mrs George Harris had as dinner guests Sunday the former's father, H. M. Harris whose birthday was being observ- RAISE FUNDS Quickly Easily With Guaranteed Plan The famous Peggy Ann Fund Raising plan has been tested by thousands of organizations, with sales as high as 27,000 boxes on a single campaign. Peggy Ann Kitchen-Fresh quality assures many repeal sales. New 40% profit plan assures even bigger profits than before. FREE Folder and Details. Write Today for our NO-RISK. NO INVESTMENT Plan. ed and the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs John Schultz of Irvington. Mr* Waller Schmidt of Austin, Minn, was a recent guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and also spent some time at Fenton with her parents, Mr and Mrs Reinhold Laabs. * Mr and Mrs Jack Stevens and Jackie were at Cedar Rapids Sunday and attended the baptism of a nephew. Mrs Frank Sullivan of Estherville is visiting her son* in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack Stevens. A/2C Gary T. Franltl, Davis- Mpnthan A.F.B., Tucson, Ariz., will leave today to return to his base. He was home for his grandmother's funeral. He came early Saturday morning. He ie the son of Mr and Mrs Ken Frankl. Mr and' Mrs Oswald Lalller had as guests last week Thursday for supper their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier of Ventura. " Mr and Mrs William Laubenthal were supper guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Leonard Pompe at Fenton, , , ff Mrs John Mahoney spohi ' the weekend at Cedar Rapids with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck. and |&r the first time saw the little, grandson David Michael whqj4s five weeks old, The other child 5 in ths Fine Candies Since 1932 Dept. 21D 620 Second Ave. Des Moines, Iowa EASTER DANCE LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT SUN., APRIL 21 Frank Jonas and His Orchestra WED., MAY \ KXEL Presents The Mid-West! Caravan For Booths "Call — ' 410l1 family is . Douglas, An- ave a ghter thday ithleen other new grandchild iebfn in February is Katherine " "" ' ghter of Mr and, Mrs Wier of Minneapolis, M Mrs Clayton ^a party Tuesday 'for Lynanne , whose Sfcventh) was beih$ Celebrated. I ________ BettinggrtfJEudy'iScbbba atuTDeb bie Lavys.'^ere. sapper gllAsts. A part of the celebration was . held a t school . fmd tynanhe . tdok individual cup cake's for th^-^pupils in her room. ', : Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas were visited over the weekend by their daughter Anita Rose and Cliff Livdalen of Minneapolis and Saturday by their son-irt-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dale FRI M APRIL 19th ^No Dance SAT., APRIL ,20 AL NOYCE & OHCH. Easter Sunday • Ladies wear your? pretty faster Bohnatts.. Will buy the 3udge'» seleciion. I . JULES HERMAN & ORCH. FRL, APftlL 26th KENNY HOFER Brand of Clarion. Tne visits came as a complete surprise to Mrs Kohlhaas and were planned in celebration of a birthday anniversary. She had a phone call from Washington, D. C. and talked with the sons Vernon, Bob and Dean as well as Phil who is stationed at Fort Monmoiith, N. J. Mr* Claris Kresensky was visited last week by Elizabeth Platt of Ridgewood, N. J. roommate of her daughter Alice, who was accompanied home by Miss Platt for a vacation of a week. The girls are senior students at Wooster, Ohio. Pete Langmack also came to spend the time with his parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack. Mr and Mrs Charles Kuchynka and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ed Bowman spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Dennis ElSbecker. Mrs Elsbecker is another daughter of the Kuchynkas. MM Hulda Kollasch spent the weekend at Spencer 1 with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and •Mrs Howard Lundsman. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips and jdaughters and Mrs Phillips' Another, Mrs Howard Lundsman, 'are going to SpenctSr Sunday to attend the confirmation of the •Landsman's son Kenneth. Mr and Mrs Richard Ringsdorf have purchased the Roupe estate house on South Ridgely street which is occupied by Mr and Mrs G. D. Burndage. Possession wilM»«" given about May 1. It is probable Mr and Mi's Brundage will fqbye to Little Rock, Ark., wherey., their son-in-law and daugh'ter live. ' ' Charles Lawso* and Wava Woodvyjard were visited Sunday by.Mr'«nd Mrs Dean Davis,, cousins qf Mfss .Woodward of Mason City.: ,• Mr;'and Mrs George Johnson were visited, over the weekend by the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs , Roy Clark of Hepderson, Minn.. . Art :M. Anderson was surprised fear <his bnthday oh Saturday evening, April 6th when a group of cribbage -players came in for a session. Those in attendance were Russell Kelly, Albert Mertz, Able Behrends, Vernon Cas:*5r, Adeipn Gassier, Dr. J. B. Harris, Harv,ey Graham and the honoree Art Anderson. High scores went to Dr. Harris and Mr Anderson. Mr and Mrs Bud Elbert were Monday evening, guests at the Art M. Anderson home. Baptist Bible School Choir To Appear April 20 The A cappella and choral choir of Omaha Baptist Bible Institute under the direction, ; of Professor Dean Widner will present a program , o,f sacred musit and .testimony at 'the Regular Baptist Church, located at Elm and Wooster, Algpna» Iowa, at 8 p.m., .Saturday, April 20. ; Everyone, is invited to hear the soul-stirring singing of these animated, happy young people. The choir will present a varied program of sacred music including older choral works as well as several by 'contemporary compos- erBt^jAMMmig .those by comtem- poijaneB"!* -the well known arrangement .by F. Melius Christiansen of the old German Chor- alqj, -"Praise -To The Lord," Also contemporary is ; the Appalachian carpi, by Niles, "I Wonder As I Wander." , . - , , In the category of older composers .the . choir will present "Hail., Thou. Gladdening Light" . tiy 'the Russian, Gretchaninoff, "Sei}d-j Forth , Thy Spirit" by SchUetJsy, :and the setting of the : Scriptural "Grieve Not The Holy) .Spirit" by Stainer, ; In ... addition to those choral .workaGithe. choir offers .several ! favorite;- hymn !r - arrangements land spirituals. Highlighting this progranj'iwip be severai^erisomble groups, .including male quartet, and trip, and solos, i The program will; close with the, .traditional "Battle/. Hymn of the , Republic" arranged; OVHWar ing. »•. •->'•.-. Ronald Hatchings, graduate of the.Algqnfttpjgh Schoo} (1950), is one jJSfi.toft.fiqmbers of this choir. . At jtfxira, the Fe^ratgd church has, r§p,9fltly, observe.^ its 98th '• David Welp Is Bancroft Pick To Boys State Bancroft — David Welp, soft of Mr and Mrs Art Welp, has been chosen by the local American Legion Post to attend Boys' State, June 2-9. David is a junior at St. John's High school. Boys State is a gathering of several hundred boys, all juniors in high school. The site of Boys' State is Camp Dodge near Des Moines. David is very active in all school activities. He is editor of the St. John's News, a member of Choral Club and has won a superior rating in the D.Y.O. Speech Contest and has won two essay contests this year. The V.F.W. Auxiliary essay contest winners were announced recently. David Welp, junior at St. John's high school, won the Senior division and Mary Kollasch of St. John's and Linda Weber of the Bancroft Public School won first in the grade di-' vision. David received a prize of $5, and his essay will be entered in district competition. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Don Welp are the parents of a son born Friday. April 5 at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. and 1 oz. and will be named Kurt Allen. Mr and Mrs J. H. Wslp are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Arthur Mulligan are the parents of a son born April 5 in Holy Family hospital in Estherville. He weighed 8 Ibs. 4 oz. and will be named Patrick James. Mr and Mrs Frank Mulligan are the grandparents. Mrs Bess Connelly will leave this week for Detroit, Mich., where she will visit her daughter Mrs Richard Thomas. Mrs Connelly is employed at the Kennedy. Dept. Store. A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday in St. John's Hall in honor of Betty Coady, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Coady. She received many lovely gifts and lunch was served by the hostesses. Miss Coady will be mar* ried to Donald E. Thorton April 24 in St. John's Catholic church. Delbert Lieurance who has comoleted a course at the Kansas Trade School is now employed at the Kent Motor Company in Ai- gona. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke entertained Mr and Mrs DeVere Smith, Mr and Mrs Carlyle Engleby. and Karla and Mr and Mrs Vincent Engelby, Elmore, Mr and Mrs Dennis Doocy and Timmy, Sexton, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Kockler, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman and Donna, Merredith and Larry at a party Thursday night at their home. X-Ray Checks ForT-BEnd On April 30 - Tuesday, April 30, has been set as the date for climax of the annual "contact" x-ray program by the county Tuberculosis and Health Association. Mobile x-ray units \yill be parked in Algona and Bancroft to handle all persons who have been recommended for x-rays by their family physician. Only persons referred by doctors will be x-rayed at this time. Included will be those who have been in contact with another who had an active case of TB and those who have shown signs of TB after taking a tuberculin test. According to all health authorities, including public healtn nurse Joyce Hayden of Kossuth county, tuberculosis is a "catching disease" just like the common head cold or chicken pox. Persons required to have x-rays April 30 should do so to aid in stamping out the disease eventually. 33 New Vehicles Sold, Two Weeks A total of 33 new cars and trucks have been registered with the county treasurer during the past two weeks. Sales dipped during the period. Owners of new vehicles are: • Ford — 3. B. Reding, pickup, Bode; J. W. Kiley, Corwith; A. F. Weber, Bancfoft; G. M. McDonnell, Whittemore; Maxine P. Sharp, Algona; John Askeland, Corwith; George Wagner, Bode; Burton Janson, Wesley; D. L. Bernhard, Livermore; and Jens Sorensen, Algona. CMC — Robinson Produce, Algona. Chevrolet — Marlirt Hardt, Swea City; R. R. Richter. Burt; Algona Creamery Co., Algona; Gordon Schmidt, Algona; and J. H. Kemna, Bancroft. Buick — Charles Beed, Ti» tonka; and E. S. Kinsey, Algona. Poniiac—Swanson Bros., Swea City; D. J. Hauptman, Wesley; and E. L. Otis, Wesley. Sludebaker —• G. C. GiddJngs. LuVerne; and Harold Wille, pickup, Algona. Plymouth—Raymond Weiland, Wesley; J & L Motors, Algona; L. A. Gilbride, Algona; and Kenneth Percival, Algona. DeSoio — E. J. Hood, Algona. Lincoln — J. J. Lesiak, Tl- tonka. Mercury — Ernest Hutchinson, Bancroft; Herman Peterson, Bancroft; and John Johnson, Lakota. Cadillac — C. R. LaBarre, Algona. HOSPITALS Mar. 27 — George Graham, Algona, medical. Mar. 28 — Mrs George Jergens, Jr., Algona, boy, 6-5 J A; Mrs John Levy, Algcna, 'girl, 6-14; Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas, Bode, medical: Mrs W. A. Knoll, Algona, med ical; Mrs Katherine Downs, Algona, medical; Mrs Edward Long, Algona, medical. Mar. 29 — Mrs Homer Lindhorst, Algona, accident; Mrs Louise Fish, Wesley, accident. Mar. 30 — Wendell Duboski, Algona, medical. Mar. 31 — Ruth Fox, Algona, appendectomy; Mrs Gwen McDonald, Algona, surgery; Mrs George Wichtendahl, West Bend, medical. April 1 — Mrs Leo J. Cassel, Algona, medical; Mrs Rose Schumacher, Whittemore, medical. April 2 — David W. Tripp, Algona, T & A. April 2 — Mrs Duane Sheppard, Algona, girl, 7-%. April 4 — Lynn C. McGee, Algona, medical; Mrs Daryl Gaed- /Your Family Depends on YOU ESCAPED Thirteen proved to be a lucky number at Hartley .recently. Thirteen kindergarten pupils in a school bus escaped without injury when the bus collided with an automobile. it- Within your reach right now.** A glamorous new extension phone in color! Modern living Is yours with iraartly»8tyle4 new extension telephones. No mpre running to answer a distant ring,,, and you'll b* Delighted with the bright touch a color phone will give any room. 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Bauer, Whittemore, T & A; Mrs Tom Rich, Algona, girl, 8-4; Mrs Phil Eisohen, Algona, medical; W. J. Mayer. Algona, medical; Mrs Michael £1- bert, Algona, medical; Mrs Frank Spilles, Whittemore, medical. April 6 — Mrs Vernon Bormann, Whittemore, medical; Edward McGuire, Algona, medical. April 8 — Ann Hauptly, Wesley, x-rays; Sr. Mary Hilarion, Wesley, medical; Mrs Paul Ludwig, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Charles Brown, LuVerne, medical. Aptil § —. Mrs Kenneth Sarchet, Burt, medical; Mrs Russell Howard, West Bend, boy. Ex-Resident Dies In California A former resident of this area, J. C. (Bud) .Wermersen, 41, died suddenly of a heart attack in his home at San Dimas, Cal. Tuesday night, April 9. Mr Wermersen, son of Dick and Eva Wermersen, was born June 6, 1916 at Corwith and lived most of his life ih this area. He was a plumber and was employed here during construction of the county courthouse a few years ago. Survivors include a son, Gary, 9, a sister, Mrs Bernard Briggs of Algona, and a bf other, Ralph, Pittsville, Wis. TALKING DOO At Stanton, 13 year old Fran- cine Monson has a talking Pomeranian dog. The girl noticed that Princess, the dog, ttas making sounds which were almost human and only a little training was required to teach her to say "I want," which is perhaps as good as phrase BS sny. ENJOY IOWA TURKEY NOW AND OFTEN I at Eastei$ime... A MlnTMIO T*AM.NAM._wnm*HT IMf TMI OMA.MU MUMMY. Happy expression of your own good taste "Sunday best" is the rule for the Easter holidays. Time to pass a tray of Coca-Cola • •. 80 good in taste, in such good taste. Have lots of Coke ice-cold and ready. Fpitv SIGN OF GOOD TASTE Bottled under authority of The Coco-Cola Company by MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING. COMPANY, HUMBOLDT, IOWA ........ . — .. *. \ ... .. . 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