The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 2, 1957
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May 2,l9$y Alfleno (la.) Upper DM MelnM-3 . AROUND ALGONA' ' A group of patents of junior find senior high school students ni'.'t Monday evening to discuss Plans for the all night party to of held May 10 following the pn>m. Mr and Mrs Burl Priebe and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stra- noin are • co-chairmen of the committee in charge; Brail Wright !> s * '" e nar gc of finances; Mr and Mrs Russell Pk-kett and Mr and Mis Everett Anderson, entertain- i»('nt; Mr and Mrs Raymond Ciilbert, theater arrangements; Mr and Mrs Chct Cook," driver's service; Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith, kitchen. Others on the committee fire Mrs Brail Wright, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell, Mr and Mrs Oscar Metcalf, Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan, Mr and Mrs Ray I' unk, Mr and Mrs Perry Low- num, Mr arid Mrs Casey Loss and Mr and Mrs William'Anderson. Several local couples attended a Mariner's Synod at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Des Moines on Sunday. They wore Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow, Mr and Mrs Marlin, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders, and Mr and Mrs Karl Kilsholm. Mr Reinders presided at a discussion group and Mr and Mr Kilsholm were honored" by being appointed Synod Mariner's Pursers. Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hussell Rent?, was eight years old on Saturday and a party was given for her at the home'of her grandmother, Mrs Fred Wegener. Gut-sts were Marilyn Pact/, Jean Brandow, Jean Sigsbee, Marilyn St. John, Donna Asa, Becky Fraser, Ann Shipley, Vilora Kueck, Susan Vipond and the honoree's cousin Julie Thompson of Burt. The members of the Algona Fire Department will have a family picnic Wednesday evening et the fairgrounds. Mrs Mitch Taylor was hostess to her card club last Thursday evening. * """D ''"•* Mrs ftoget Phillips was hostess to the members of her bridge club on Wednesday afternoon. —ii-Mrs Paul Dettman was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Richard Mathes of Green Bay, Wis. spent the weekend here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shierk and her parents- in-law, Mr and Mrs Lyle Mathes. Mrs Mathes came as far as Des Moines by air and her father met her there. Cameron Shierk, who is employed at Storm Lake was also here over the weekend. Mr and Mrs E. E, (Bud) Robinson and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Willmar, Minn, where they visited Mrs Robinson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Mike Stoeffcl. The Stoeffels are former residents, haying moved to a farm near Wilinar a couple of months ago. Mrs Leonard Meissner entertained at a birthday party on Saturday afternoon in honor of the tenth anniversary of her daughter, Judy. Guests were girls from Judy's class at school. Games furnished the entertainment, Mrs R. O, Bjustrom, Mrs Marvin Clement, Mrs Charles Hincken, Mrs Eugene Hood, Mrs Kyle Keith, Mrs John Kohlhaas, Mrs Frank Moulton and Mrs Lloyd Muckey have issued invitations for two parties, a luncheon and a dinner, on Thursday, May 9th at the Johnson House. Baptisms on Sunday at St. Cecelia's church included, Cynthia Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Stcbritz; Janet Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward J. Foertsch and Jeanne Rene, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vincent T. Rich. The monthly luncheon of St. Cecelia's ladies is being held this noon (Thursday) Mrs Perry Byam and Mrs Wilbur Courtney are chairladies. The public is invited to the meal and a business meeting and pfogram will follow for the organization. Mr and Mrs Harley Troutman, Jr. became parents of their first child when a daughter was born to them on Saturday. Mrs Troutman is the former Janice Klooster, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Klooster. —o— The annual Founders Day banquet of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will be held Saturday evening at the K.C. hall. All •three local chapters will participate and a dance will follow for husbands and guests. Jim McMahon, son of Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon underwent an appendectomy at St. Ann hospital on Tuesday. Jim is a student at Notre Dame University and he became ill while home for his Easter vacation. „_£)__ Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles were hosts to their couple card club at dinner on Sunday evening. Milton Will and Mrs Voyles .received the low scores with the penalty of doing the dishes. The Seniors at St. Cecelia's Academy report a brisk business in car washing on Saturday. The project took place at Ken and Leo's station and the proceeds will be used to finance Skip Day. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt have opened their cottage at Clear Lake for the season and with their sons, spent the weekend there. —o— Mrs Welter Klamp of Dakota City spent Tuesday and Wednesday here as guest of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Mrs Leonard Meissner will be hostess to the member of her card club this evening, (Thursday). —o— Mrs Don Prieskorn, who was a medical patient at St. Ann hospital last week, re-entered on Monday for surgery. Graduation At Ledyard High On May 14 Ledyard — The closing activities of the Lrdyard Community school are as follows: Baccalaureate — Sunday, May 12. 8 p.m. Sermon — Rev. V. R' Vrieson. Commencement — Tuesday. May 14, 8 p.m. Speaker — Dr. Leonard C. Murray, Des Moines, Director ' Division of Public Health Education, Iowa State Department of Health. Eighth Grade promotion and school exhibit — Wednesday. May 15, ft p.m. Semester Tests — Thursday, May 16. Report Cards — Saturday, May 18. Classes Banquet On Saturday evening the annual Junior-Senior Banquet was held at the Ledyard school. The theme of the banquet was Fairyland. The toast program was presented by Stanley Kcefe, Ruth Ploeger, Armon Rhoda, Janet Johnson, Mr Willadsen, Mr Canfield, Donald Fennema, Ann Egesclal, and Boys Quartet. The following sophomores served as waiters and waitresses,, Kenny Menke, Bob Barslow, Lyle Haag, and Kirk Johnson, Karen Darnell, Delores Udstuen, Alice Ingebritson, and Gretchen Looft. The Junior sponsors who had charge of the banquet were Mrs Steenhardt and Mr Klinkcr. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter went to Olin for the weekend to visit Mrs Carpenter's parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Swartzell. Mr Swartzell has been ill and in the hospital. Mrs Edith Corderman, who has spent the winter in the East with her daughter Eunice, came on Saturday to visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Fred Duttons. Mrs Harold Warner and Mrs Lena Warner went to Bancroft on Saturday to attend the wedding of Mrs Warner's nephew. Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton attended the Junior-Senior Banquei at Burt on Friday evening. Mrs Albert Looft entertained the Modernette Club Wednesday evening. Mrs John Darnell gav« the lesson. The next meeting will be with Mrs William Fennema, May 22nd. Mrs Leo Willadsen, who has been chairman of the Easter Seal fund for Crippled children, reports that $99 was sent in from Ledyard. Last Tuesday evening the G.O.F. Club gave a shower at the home of Mrs Gertrude Wiemer honoring Cleo Young who was married on Sunday to William Mather Jr. of Swea City Contests and games were used as entertainment under the direction of Marvel Halvorson, Thursday afternoon the Esther Circle met at the home of Mrs E. A. Carpenter, with Mrs Albert Barnes as assisting hostess, j In the evening the Mary Circle met at the home of Mrs Gertrude Wiemer with Mrs Mayer as assisting hostess. Mrs Mary Bashara led the devotions and Mrs Harold Herzog gave the study book. Ella McDonald and Mary Ellen Farrow left on Sunday to return to Briar Cliff College in Sioux City after spending a weeks spring vacation at their homes. Mr and Mrs Bernard Keefe heard from their son Gerafd, who is in the Navy, this past week and he expected to be leaving for Japan in a few days. Burt Host May 4 To Music Groups The State Music Contest for large groups will be held at the Burt Community School Saturday, May 4th. Approximately twenty-eight schools will compete in Band, Girl's Glee Club, Boy's Glee Club, and Mixed Chorus. The event will open at 8:45 it» the morning and continue until 5:45 in the afternoon. Tickets will be on sale at the high school building and one ticket admits to all sessions during the day. The Bands will appear on the stage at the High School, and the Vocal Groups will appear in the Methodist Churgh. On Relay Winner Swea Cily — Jim Gardner, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Gardner, helped the Iowa State Teachers College mile reljjy team set a new record in the college! division at the Drake Relavs Saturday. Jim's time for his quarter was 50.1 sec. The teacher team ran the mile in 3:22.2 The old record was 3.23.3 set by Dubuque in 1954. Giant TIDE >kg. VAN CAMP'S PORK 300 Tall BEANS FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANG can FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag C Gallon Buys WATER PAK Peaches.. gal. Apricots., gal. Prunes... gal. We GIANT BISQUICK 39C SLICES >b LIBBY'S OR HUNT'S FRESH, LEAN IN HEAVY SYRUP - BIG 21/z CANS $1 ORANGE & APRICOT BREAKFAST IT'S NEW - 46 OZ. CANS HUNT'S TOMATOES 6 1 Lb. Cans SUNSET CLUB COFFEE RATH'S OLD FASHIONED - HEAVY SMOKED COARSE RING BOLOGNA Ib. 39c DRIP OR REGULAR 79 HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE 4 46 oz. Cans $|oo mm mm fm IWI ROSEDALE 98c THRIFT-PAK 79c OLEO DIPPED, BONELESS VEAL ROASTS Lb. 49c WILSON'S SLICED AMERICAN CHEESE % Lb. 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