The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 10
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*-AlQonn Ho.) Upp* P* Moln* TnurMtey, May % t»S7 Graduation May 22, With Goad As Speaker, Wesley St j<j*tph's Catholic Whool will clo§€ Friday, May 24, with a picnic on Thursday, May 83. Bth grade graduating exercis- fes for the 17 pupils will be held Sunday morning. May 26. A group of youngsters will re- Ctive their first Holy Communion Sunday morning, May 5. Fftthef Adams of Bancroft tvill breach the baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the public school Sunday evening. May 19. Merwin Coad of Boone will be Ihe commencement speaker on Wednesday evening, May 22. The Junior-Senior btfhquel will be held Tuesday evening, May 7, in the St. Joseph's parish hall. The prom will be held in the gym after the banquet School Will close with a picnic on Friday. May 24. All teachers except Den- his Carlson have signed their contracts for next year. Pre-Nup*!al Shower Many relatives and friends attended the pre-nuptial shower for Donna Cink Sunday after- fioon, April 28 in the Woden Legion hall. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Cink of Woden and is employed as receptionist for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Des Moincs. She will become the bride of Jerome Gray, son of George Gray of Corwith, in early June. Mr Gray attends Drake University in Des Moines and will be graduated in May. He will leave for military service in the near future. to Wed Mar 21 Invitations are out for a prenuptial shower for Norma Jean Becker, daughter of Mrs Justine Becker and the late Matt Becker, which will be held Sunday, May 5th. in the local parish hall. She will become the bride of Donald Reding, son of Mr and Mrs John Reding of St. Joe on May 411, Norma Jean is employed in the Algona Produce Office and Donald operates an oil station in St. Joe, Infants Baptised The baby boy born to Mr and .Mrs Dale Dornbier April 17 was baptised Sunday in St. Joseph Catholic church by Rev. L. N. ,Klein; He was named Dennis Paul. Donald Dornbier and Darlene Studer were sponsors. Dennis Lee .and Debbie Lynne Ackerson were baptized Sunday by Father L. N. Klein in St. Joseph'? Catholic church. The twins 'were born to Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson Sunday, April 14. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer of Clarion were sponsors for their nephew Dennfe I»e. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer were sponsors, by proxy for Mr and Mrs Julius ,Stelch of Worthington, Minn., for their Jiiece Debbie, Lynn. Mr and Mrs Cliff Anf inson were Sunday, April 28 dinner hosts to a group of 16 relatives '••from' Clarion. Mrs Mary - Bradfield and Jack fipent Easter with their daughter •and sister Mrs A. E. Euckson and ifamily of Rolfe. Harold Martinek was a business visitor in Chicago, 111. April 27-30. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek spent Wednesday and Thursday with /his 2 sisters Mrs Anna JFrahten of-West-Union and Mr and Mrs T. M. Franzen of Hawkey and also the Joe Sindelors of Ft. 4*Wnson. Hannah Nelson of Algona, Mrs Paul Engen and Mrs Leon Gard- lier and Richard helped Mrs Fred t eejeid celebrate # birthday Fri- ay» April 2eV Sunday guests in the Mrs Martha West home were Mr and Mrs Paul Studer and family, Mr and iMrs JSaylon vitzttium and family, .(MS* and Mrs Cletus West and fernily, Mr and Mrs Ben Matern and 2 daughters of Meservey, Mr and Mrs Verne Reding and 2 son$ 01 WOden. Mr and Mrs Bill West and family of Mason City and 4 nuns from St. Benedict. Sister Lenora of the St. Benedict parochial school is a sister Of the fete Leo West. Mr and Mrs Albert Ldckteig «nd family and Janet Sue Goetz, Mr and Mrs J. P. St&iir, Marga- yet, Rose and Jerry attended an operetta Sunday, April 28 at <food Council Academy, Mankato, Minn- ! Mr and Mrs Leaadfr Studer »nd family of Crystal l^ake spent Sunday here in the parental John Penning home. Mr and Mrs Georffe Ricke aic?; eompanied by his sister, Mi's § sorge Goetz and lir$ Daley «f . Benedict went to Morgan, inn. Mrs Irene Studer of Algone gpent Sunday in her home here. ^Mr and Mrs Glair Robinson of "U«s Moines were weekend guests of their son Earl Robinson and jgmily. Mr and Mrs Mike ?lo|n aad Roger spent Sunday with Sandra in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson spent the weekend at the Donovan and Kenneth Donovan homes at Spirit Lake. Mrs J. T. Meurer entertained her Budge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Tom Forburger was a guest. Mrs Carl Johnson observed a birthday Saturday and she had as her afternoon guests Mrs David Johnson and daughter, Mrs Charpel Hausewirth of Corwith, Mrs P. C. Haynes and Mrs Paul Erdman. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner and children spent Sunday through Wednesday in Des Moines. He attended a refresher course in medicine. Miss Ethel Flom and her kind* ergarten pupils really enjoyed their train ride to Algona Thursday morning. The Catholic Missionary Society and the C.D.A.'s will meet Wednesday, May Bth. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, May 2. Mrs Everett Ackerson and twins were honored at a pink and bluej «tc shower Tuesday evening, April 30 in the Studer hall. LuVerne School Typist Wins Contest Honor LuVerne—Once again LuVerne entered the honor column when Marilyn Zentner placed second in the advance typing section for "B" schools (100 to 200 in high school). This is the ifrst time that any student from LuVerne has ever placed in the State Typing Contest held at the American Institute of Business (A.I.B.) in Des Moines. Marilyn typed 57.3 net words, just one tenth of a word from first place. She has typed as high as 75 net words in a JO minute timing and has typed several perfect papers over 70 net words a minute. Four other typists were also entered from LuVerne. Their names and the highest new words they have made this year are Kathy Bockes, 70; Pat Patterson; 67; Kay Richardson, 60; and Ruth Hinz, 62. William Llttlejonft, Education instructor, accompanied th« students. Attend Reception The Rev. and Mrs ^ lips, serving the Lautens Methodist church, were honored on Sunday to an open home and again in the evening at their church on the occasion of their! twenty-fifth wedding anniversary which was Wednesday, April 24. Attending the reception ift their honor from LviVerne were Mr and Mrs Alvitt Weber, Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson, M* and Mrs John Voss, Jr., Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Earl Neal. Mr and Mrs Harry Lickty, Mrs Ray Stone, Marcia Stone and Mrs Norma IS. Mc« Claran. On College Tout Miss Adeline Koester, daughter of Mr and Mrs Adolph Koester of LuVerne, sophomore in Bethany college at Mankato, Minn., will make a tour May 4 to with thfe Bethany College mixed chorufc. Good Neighbor Deed Members of the Congregation of the Evangelical United Brethren church assisted Tuesday with planning on the farms of Lawrence and Donald Marty. Dinner was served at noon by the ladles. Their father Edward C. Marty passed away Good Friday in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. J, J. Club Elects Election of officers for the new year was held at the meeting of the J. J. club in the home of Mrs John A. Ramus, Friday afternoon: President, Mrs S. R. Baker; vice-president, Mrs Harry Lichty, secretary, Mrs Joseph Thorn and treasurer, Mrs Loyd Larson. Mr and Mrs Harvey Stevens of Algona were Friday afternoon visitors with her sister-in-law, Mrs Cecile Wermisen of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., visiting in the home of her daughter Mrs John A. Ramus and family. Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen of Webster City, visited her sisters, Mrs Christina Nielsen and Mr and Mrs Eli Bager Sunday. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings and children visited her father and sister Hiram Hewitt and Mrs Evelyn Lathringer in Livermore Sunday, Mr and Mrs William Gray and Pamela of Eagle Grove were Sunday visitors in the parental Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler home. Mrs Alva Green, and Pete Schankelberg of Spencer visited her cousin Mrs Nelle Biegger Sunday aftertioon. Mrs Nellie Biegger had as over night guests Saturday her friend Mrs Lilliam Rote and her mother of Rockford, 111. Mrs Rote was enroute to open up her summer resort at Deadwood, S. Dak. Mr and Mrs Paul Altman of Humboldt called in the Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly home Sunday, afternoon. George Goodman of Des Moin- es came Satttfdfi? lot Mrs Qee4» ner and children who visited thl past month in the home of ftgf parents, Mr and Mrt Ralph Dirte uw* tit and Mitfted Baufltfiftfttr, Mrs Clarr BaumgiftiMSf, ~ ' ONE-COAT Tour easy-to-use, one-coat, oil base paint for -any w»H eurfac* ... even over wallpaper. Rolls or brushes on solidly without streak* or laps; Dries quickly without objectionable odor. Come in and see the wide telectioa of beautiful decorator color*, ' CU « *^C*Vlit*HClA bli^l § L Mr* Fred Goetsch Charles HiM and Richard '.._. ner attended th€ funeral service) Friday {ft Fort Dodge for Adolfth Grartttm. >, Mrs Anna Schutte of Crest web., visited her cbusifts, Mr Mrs John Zimmerman " and Tuesday. Mr atid Mrs Alfred KohlhStS entertained guests for dinner Sunday honoring the first com* munion of their seven year 614 soft ferry at the St. Benedict Catholic church. Guest* WeTN| Mr and Mrs Henry Kohlhaas of- Algona, Mr and Mrs George Am* dorfer, Melvin and Loren of Wesley and Miss Ida Mae Kut« schara, of Mankato, Minn. Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas and children were Mr am Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas ttfttt family of St. Joe. Mrs Hugh Shirk entertain*} the Birthday Club Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Jon Nel< son, Mrs William Prior and Mttfc Edward Lindebak. At play h«n- ors, Mrs C. B. Huff and Mrs At? thur Dirriler. The birthday of Mrs Cecil Baker Was observed. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk joirted Mr and Mrs George Tiede, Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs Chi Wolf of Fort Dodge, Mr and Carl Goatsch, Dr. and Mrs HL_ . Meyers of Algona, for a dlnn _. Sunday in the Johnson House! In Algona. Mr and Mrs Ray, Agard*t. Linda were Sunday guests or and Mrs Garth Raihgen -, and family in Mason City. , . -'. ; Donald Baker, Buena Vista college. Storm Lake, spent.;the weekend in the home of his, par* ents, Mr and Mrs Cecil BakeY. Donnie was carrying his left arhi In a sling. While playing bide ball between Buena Vista and Morningside college, Sioux Cit^, as he slid into third base, the third baseman fell on him tearing some ligaments. Mr and Mrs Leslie Peehumer and her Jnother, Mrs Clara Wolf were Stlhday dinner guests in the hotne of their sister and daughter, Mr *nd Mrs Clarence Jurgesen and sons at Corwith. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Claftnet Kraft Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained at Easter Sunday dinner in honor of their daughter Jean Beth's 4th birthday. Guests were Mi- and Mrs A. A. Rfnegef and fkfrriit, Mf afid Mr* E. A. Lee, Mkhael and Susan, Witt Chf istentoft and Mrs Pauline McGuire of Algona. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs P. M. Christensoft and Mefwift. Dinner gtiests Easter Sunday find afternoon callers at the Howard Bierstedt honte were Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Robert Mitchell and family, Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt aJl of Fenton, Mrs Ed Kressin and Ort- vift of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman and family of Luverne. Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwood and family, Mr and Mrs Everett Lockwood were supper guests Easter at Swea City at the Dale Lockwood home. Mr and Mrs Glenn Hughs, Becky and Connie of Sac City spent the Easter weekend at the Andrew Thomsen home. Jarielle was a dtftftet guest Sunday. Mrs ftuth ffeiifcfi* visited Friday at Bart At the Hiraft Ack- eimafi luttne, Ofk Saturday Mrs Khieief was a dinher guest at the Dave Lynch hom«. Mrs Florence Schrader enlet- lot ta*!et Day dihfi«t W* and Mrs Blaine Saxton and fain* ily, Mrs Charles Staadt and ftm- ily, Mr aftd Mrs Fred Dtantfeldt. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergensoft Mrs Roger Jensen and family were Easter supper guests at the Prank Flaig home. but you con protect your income from your crops with Hail and Fire insurance in ... BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 No. Dodge Call CY 4-4443 Home Office — 2121 GRAND AVI, — Des Moines, Iowa THE New Owners OF THE Algona Hotel INVITE YOU TO ENJOY Sunday Dinner Graciously Served In The • Dining Room • Blue Room • Coffee Shop 11 till 2:30 Each Sunday P.S. Plan Your Next Meeting or Party at The Algona 2=2222 , ANbTHER SPECTACULAR FEATURE IN GRAHAM'S 50TH JUBILEE YEAR ! Now ' s Proudly Presents: HO East State Building Supply PAINTS end WAILPAHR Phone CY 44737 CAPPY»S A & W * Root Beer Drive-In Now Open! The Biggest News Of The Year In Ladies HOSIERY ! The 1957 « oleproof FESTIVAL at NEW LOW PRICES ! MOTHIR'S Corning May jtJs RM* Ifff - Cold Drink, - Mdteds - Sandwicttet EAST EQOE OF ALGONA .FINE JJYLON8 ai» always a favorite with ., ami Hole•reel Mytem a*e even more sol Gift Mom with Holeproof stockings . . . and be sure to buy for Featuring FASHION CIRCLE NYLONS 14 DIFFERENT TYPES OF HOLEPROOF NYLONS 1 Splendid Service-Weight by Holeproof Formerly $1.35 51-Gauge, 30 Denier Nylons .$1.15 Day-In, Day-Out Sheer by. Holeproof - Formerly $1.35 51-Gauge, 15 Denier Nylons $1.15 Will Not Run From 1 Thread Snag Formerly $1.50 Holeproof Foil-A-Run Nylons $1,35 Dreamy Ultra-Sheers by Holeproof Formerly $1.|B5 51-Gauge, 60 Denier Nylons $1.35 Delicate Beauty for Larger Women , Formerly $1.65 Holeproof Outsize Nylons $1.50 Mould* to Jhe Leg — Fits Sleekly Formerly $1.55 60-Gquge Stretch Sheets -. $1.25 Sheer, Clear Flattery by Holeproof 400 Needle Seamless Nylons - $1.35 A Glamour Stocking by Holeproof Kno-Run Mesh Nylons ,», „ $1,50 Summer's Wonder Stocking'by Holeproof Knee-High Sheer Nylon* y $1.35 Cfeffiie* of Knee-High or Regular Nurses White Nylons •..„ $1,50 Grphom's — famous for Hosiery — treats you to the 1957 Heleproef FetthfaJI • .-. greater than ever this yeor BECAUSE th«*e Holeproof pricee art the LOWEST IN HISTORY! Whatever stocking you tetact, you know it is fashion perfect, quality perfect, and ebwlutely prUe perfect ,pon't miff it - fteck up on stockings at Graham's this week With HOUPROOFI WATCH FOR More Feature Events In Graham's 50th Jubilee 5232

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