The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 5
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Uppor Final P.T.A. Meet, Athletic Banquet Lakota Highlights There was B gonrt attetidnnce at the Parent-Teachers meeting Monday night. Members of the Ladies Acorn Club gave a play 'The Modern Worn an'. Ladies- taking part wort- Maude Barret, Gertrude Schissel Ann Hamilton, Irene Anderson and Polly Oerzema. A mock wedding skit was presented with Helen Koppen taking the part of the bride, Jakie Peter son, the groom, Ronald Heetland. best man, Stella Head, flower- girl, Burdette Hoeppner, ring bearer, parlene G e i 1 e n f e 11, bridesmaid, George Ennen. minister ana-*Elton Head the father. Wedding Music was played by Leona Heetland and Edna Paulsen was soloist. Elton Head was reelected president, Ronald Heetland, vice president, Mrs Goecke, treasurer, Mm Earl Paulsen, secretary. This was the last meeting until fall. Athletic Banquet The Community Club was host at a banquet honoring boys and girls of the basketball tearnf Tuesday nightyit the gym. The Legion Auxiliary served the meal to 66. The following program was given: opening remarks. Superintendent Cook; Response, W. D. Ley, club president; Vocal solo. Miss Leonard; Speech, L y 1 e Quinn, executive secretary oi Boys athletic association; Music by Junior sextette, Marcelyn Erdahl, Donna fiertzhe and Cynthia Thompson; Speech, Wayne Cooley, executive secretary of Girls Athletic .association, with closing remarks^ toy School board president, Dr. H. H. Murray. Mrs John Lindquist and daughters have been guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray, since the Friday before Easter Mr Lindquist returned to his college work at Iowa City after Easter. Mr and Mrs Albert" Rippentrop visited Thursday evening with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Laverle Tollman near Delavan, Minn. A daughter, Janan Eileen, weight 8 pounds, was born at the Buffalo Center Hospital, April 24, to Mr and Mrs Roger Thompson. They have an older son Kevin who is staying with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs L. A. Meyer. The two month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Winter has been a patient in the Buffalo Center hospital since 'Friday for observation and surgery foi a stomach oteatiruction was expected. Donald Heetland, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland, celebrated his second birthday Sunday with a party. Mr and Mrs Earl Goodenough and daughter Mrs Merlin Olson and baby of Mason City were Friday supper guests at the Andrew Jansen home. Mrs Olson, niece of Mrs Jansen leaves this week for Japan to be with her husband who is serving with the U.S. army. Mrs W. E. Ley went to Boone Wednesday for a few days to stay with her grandchildren while the parents, Mr and Mrs Ed. Buckets, were away. Mr and Mrs, Jerry Heetland, Miss Hannah Heetland and Mrs Anna Ogren were Thursday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs A. W. Behrends in Algona. Suzarin Jansen has been with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen for two weeks 'following the birth of new brother, Gerald Andrew. Mr and Mrs Don Wortman and boys returned to their home in Springfield, Va. last Tuesday concluding a three week visit with their parents, the I. E. Wort- mans and Wm. Schroeders. Mrs Dick R. McGillivray, the former Lavonne Lunn and now living in California is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Lunn. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter were hosts to the Ledyard township Farm Bureau meeting Friday night. Dean Barnes, County Extension director of Algona gave a very interesting talk. The May meeting will be at the Burdette Hoeppner home. Mrs Cort Rippentrop, Roger and Linda, Mrs Mary Telkamp and Michael Vodraska were in Fort Dodge Friday. Roger and Michael went for physicals in conjunction with possible college attendance. Mrs Telkamp remained ">f«r a visit with relatives until Sunday when Mr and Mrs Ertle Anderson and Mr.- Earl Anderson brought her home and all were dinner guests oi Mr and Mrs Cort Rippentrop. The Alvin Rippentrop family of Titonka were also dinner guests. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Krusi; Paul and Kathy were Sunday evening and Monday visitors in Minneapolis with Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Beenken. The ladies aro sisters. RECOVERED Eight years ago, on Easter, Mrs Ruby Busch of near Durant los* a diamond wrist watch in th'S cattle shed. Last week she found the watch in the feud yard. HURT Bill Ferguson and Edmond Flattery of Albiu were both hurt recently, when a tractor upset us they were spreading limestone Both men wefe hospitalized, The Italian shrew, which weighs less than an, ounce, is the smallest uiumwui in th« world,. Wanda Schroeder Lone Rock Girl To State Camp Wanda Schrader, daughter ot, Mrs Florence Schrader of Lone Rock has 'been chosen by the American Legion Aux. at Lone Rock to be the representative at Hawkeye girls state which will met at Cedar Falls at the low? State Teachers College from June 15-22. Mrs Lawrence Newbrough will serve as a councilor during that time. (Long's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Honor Birthdays Of Four At Portland Home Portland — Mr and Mrs Sumner Parsons entertained in their home Sunday at a Turkey dinner in honor of the birthdays of Jake Smith, Sheryl Smith, Mn Ed Smith and Mrs Everett Hanna. Guests were: Mr and Mrs Jake Smifti and Sheryl, Mr and Mrs Ed Smith, Sr., Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna of Lone Rock, Mrs Viola McDonald and Francis, Mr and Mrs Harold Framback oi Whittemore, Mrs Edna Harr anc'i Mrs Rosa Jones of Algona, Mr and Mrs John Jennings of Sex- tit^pfftl Mr and Mrs Roy Smith and Beverly of Eagle Grove. Joe Sankey has been in the Mercy Hospital at Iowa City for the past three weeks. Mr ami Mrs Sumner Parsons and Mrs Joe Sankey drove down to vi.sit him a week ago Sunday. It is believed that he will, get home this weekend. \ Mr and Mrs Guy Diamond and Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the Howard Sparks home. ' Mr and Mrs Paul Krucgcr and Dora Riggert of Algona were Sunday dinner guests of Mr; Frieda Zimmerman at Whittc- more. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will meet Tuesday May 7th, with Mrs Bernard Phclps as hostess. Sunday dinner guests at the Edmund Larsen rtome were Mr and Mrs Lester Mitchell and son, Norman, of Chicago; Mr and Mrs Norvil Mitchell of Fairfield, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Howard Sar- chctt, Denny and Connie of Wall Lake; Mr and Mrs Quintin Bjustrom, Jeanett and Janice, Mr and Mrs Arrie Dittmer, Duane and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan of Algona and Claire Meyer. Mrs Frank Walton, Faith and Eugene, Mrs Eddie Hubbell ana Cindy of Pluver visited Saturday afternoon at the, Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and son, Gary, visited Sunday evening in the Phelps home. Alvina, Helen, Ruth and Harris Harms and Herbert Harms of Titonka went to Alden Friday afternoon where they visited •their aunts and uncles. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms visited Sunday evening in the Henry Van Hove home. Lincta Nelson spent Saturday night with Miss Myrna Norland. Mr and, Mrs Edmund Larsen, Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan, Mr and Mrs Arrie Dittmer and Mr and Mrs Lester Mitchell and son Norman were Sunday evening guests in the Quintin Bjustrom home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson drove to Appleton, Minn, last Wednesday to bring their son Arden home after spending two years at Fort Lewis, Wash., in training. Grandma and Grandpa Young were weekend visitors at the C. L. Young home. Mrs Ramon Bisque came up from Ames Friday to spend Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mi* C. L. Young. Mr Bisque was one of the Iowa State Graduate Students to tour Iowa in a Greyhound bus Sun- d;tv, they traveled over 1700 miles. Iron in the water of Lake Titieaca, of the Andes mountains in South America, will not rust because of the extreme high altitude.' - IF IT'S NEWS -~ WANT 11 SPEEDY SHORT CUT TO..: Strawberry Shortcakes iTRAWlfRR? SWORTCAKtS IV4 cup* Wietft «lt Two lo-o*. f>kg«. frozen ttif** V4 cup sugar btrHe*, thawed or 2 cap* fficfd I* cup Pitt frrtpontid Mlfk fresh *trawberriei, $tt«ttte(K<l Ml* biscuit ml* «ftd tagftf with * fork or pastry blender to ft 1-qt. Until fin*. Add milk, *ll tt once, and stir just until dry ingredients «rt sfret. With 2 tablespoons, drop dough $ inches apart on gr*a*ed tookjr pan to fti*ke 4 shortctkes. Do not spread. Bake n«af Writer of 400 »*Wtt (hot) About 10 min., or until tops are golden brown. Cool or *ertft %trm. 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