The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 2, 1957
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S-Afgena (fei.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, May 5, 1957 Marjory Mulligan Guest Of Honor, Bridal Shower Bancroft — A bruin! >ho\vrr 1). >Mi>! ms; M;>r.j<MV Mulligan \v,-v ):< Id Ssind.i'- rfl'-rnnon in St. John's Chnn'-'i Hall \vtlh n hn-n' m. dMur:hler of AT- find Ali? Mulla-m, rtrriv- dl many hrrtul i!"nl nnd tisrfui *".H.-. Shr will br iu;u i u<d Mm ]i-S 1n 1> tbby Mrnki . The \veririnu: will l:;ko place in St. Jchn'.- Calhi'lir Chun h. lint!) arc cm- ployed ill Aif:<>n,t \v hi •!<..' they will Mr and Mi* Floiian TIHlinnn nnd dau^hUr «1o.\nn spent thr weekend with Iheir d.uightci aiui Sister at Uyersvillr. Kathy Inman, eiuht m»n1h olu dnuuhtor of Mr and Mrs Hos> Inman. is a patii n! ;\\ Pui k Hospital. Alason City. Mrs Geunio Wolf Sr. i-; 'a pat- iont at Holy Family Huspitah Estherville. She has from a heart condition. Rnymonrl Menke i? a patient n! Veteran'? Hosphal, Dr.; Moinos His wife is stayinrr in DCS Moine.- l \viih him. Mr- T. R. Diiocy, Ledyard. came S:-i(ir. day f«>i- ;> few d.i># visit \vilh rchii'vr-: here. Mi and M:s Ben Farrow. Ln- ki'ita. spent Thursday afternoon with Mis Laurence Hcrcnian and Mis Chins Dorr. The ,Timi"rs'Sf>nior> member of St. Ji'hn's Chcral Club under the direction of Sister Mary I,i.s< nix altcr.dcd 1VY.O. music festival at Gehlen High Schuul. Li'Mai-s. This was also award d.iy in wliieh many St. John's students received awards. Funeral services Tor Mrs Hattic Hunt wore held from the Baptist Church Wednesday afl«r- noon with Rev. L. Robinson in charge of the services Garry Funeral Home making arrangements. Mrs Hunt passed away the preceding Sunday at her home in Kirkwood. Mo. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs Hunt was an aunt of Mrs Dau McGee. 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They dry out soft, too! extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar* - - **• n w?' ti f , if, I , !W**V ^-r'. 1 * 'f-' \ j^gf*f*t* *%*B^ V^^^ggg0 \^ HMMMMiM* Confirm 13 At Sf, Benedict On Sunday, Apr. 28 St. Benedict — A Class of 7 boys and 6 girls received First Holy Communion at the St. Rcmnlict Catholic Church Sunday. April 28. They were: Barbara Ann Kunkc-1. daughter of Mr and Mrs George Kunkel; Mary Jnnirc Dorweiler. daughter of Mr nnd Mrs George Dorweiler; Linda Seiler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Julius Seiler; Teresa Ann Hoberor, daughter of "Scotty" Hobcrer; Janet and Sue Eischen. daimhters of Mr and Mrs Irven Eisi-hen: Jerry Hobseheidt, son of Mr and Mrs George Hobscheidt: Eugene Lickteig, son of Mr and Mrs Dennis Lickteig; James Kisch. son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Kiseh; Gerald Borman, son of Mr nnd Mrs Donald Borman: "Terry" Kohlhaas, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas; David McCarthy, son of Mr and Mrs Donald McCarthy; and Timothy Thill, son of Mr and Mrs Roman Thill. Father Charles Ernst administered communion. Mr and Mrs Jim OTIara and family of Castana visited at the Dan Froehlich home. Mrs O'Hara is the former Ruth Froehlich. Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell and daughter of pkmulgee, Okla., came as a surprise Easter Sunday night visiting the Dan Froehlich family, Mrs Mitchell being the former Mary Lou Froehlich. They visited Sanford's parents at Lone Rock. They remained until April 27. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe accompanied Mrs Philip Arndorfer Friday to Jewell to attend the funeral of a brother of Mrs McEnroe's brother-in-law. The C.D.A. Court met April 25 with Stella Eischen as presid-. ing officer. A nominating committee for the next set of officers was elected which was comprised of Regina Froehlich, Collette Fisher, Stella Arndorfer arm Agnes Rosenmeyer. Door prize went to Susan Arndorfer; birthday prize to Louise Davis; plate prize to Regina Froehlich; Mary Lou Mitchell, another plate prize. Wilma Arndorfer was chairlady of the lunch committee. Camilla Borman was chairlday of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens of Storm Lake were callers in the Nick Arndorfer home April 28 and also at the Dorothy Arndorfer home. A First Communion dinner was held at the home of Mr and VIrs Donald Bormann whose son n a d e his First Communion. Those present were his Grandma, Mrs Marie Frankl; his grandfather and gandmother, Mr and Mrs Matt Bormann, and cousin, Barbara Kellner; his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Albert Bormann; another uncle and aunt and cousins, Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl and family, also another uncle and aunt and family, Mr and Mrs Barney Frankl and family. On April 28 Mr and Mrs George Kunkel entertained at a family dinner in honor of their daughter, Barbara Ann, who made her 1st Communion that morning. Those present for the dinner were the honoree's Grandma, Mrs Caroline Kunkel and Barbara's, aunt, Rose Marie, he» uncles, Connie and Bob. Also Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig, uncle and aunt and their son and daughter, Billie and Mary Lou. In the afternoon Mrs Joe Klemm, Jim- rnie and Joan had lunch at the Kunkel homle. They came to help celebrate the birthday of one year old Jolene, daughter oJ Mr and Mrs George Kunkel. In the evening Mr and Mrs Willie Becker and family visited the Kunkels. Mrs Becker is the former Kathleen Kunkel. Those who were present at the First Communion dinner of Eugene Lickteig at the home of Mr and Mrs Dennis Lickteig were the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Leo Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge who came Saturday evening and also the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John J. Lickteig of Wesley and an aunt and uncle and cousins, Mr and Mrs James Waldschmidt from Callendar, Iowa. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Elliot Waldschmidt and family of Whit- temorr, also an aunt, unce and cousins of Eugene. Esser-Pompe Nuptials Set For Saturday Whittemore — A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon in the Lutheran church parlors, in honor of Katherine Esser, who will become the bride of Harlan Pompe, May 4. Miss Esser is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Esser. and Mr Pompe is the son of Mrs Martha Pompe, all of Whittemore. There were over 90 guests present and 500 was played at nine tables, Mrs Arnold Gade winning high and Mrs Donald Radig of Lone Rock, low. In Bunco, Mrs Ida Kuecker of Lptts Creek won high and Mrs Marilyn Wagner, low, Mrs Edward Mnahs won the door prize. The bride-to-be received many useful presents. A delicious luncheon was served following the unwrapping of the presents The wedding will take place Saturday, May 4th, at 3:00 p.m in the Trinity Lutheran church in Algpna, Rev. Luther Loesch officiating. Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt en route home from a bowling tournament in Sheldon, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe. Other visitors at the Espe home Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom also of Algona and Rev. and Mrs Paul G. Weinhold. of here. Twin daughters were born to Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer Sunday, April 21, at the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. They have three other children, all boys. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday evening to take) Mrs Ethel Jensen of Daly City> Calif, there, to visit old friends. Mrs Heidenwith is a niece of Mrs Jensen. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hubbell and daughter of Cloquet, Minn. Mrs Bessie Walker and Arthur Locke and Mrs Roy Bjustrorn from Algona were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Harflld Kuecker. Families of Mr and Mrs William Roeber gathered at their home last week Sunday to celebrate the birthday o'f their father, Mr Roeber. Present were Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, August Roeber and Emma Roeber, the latter sister and brother of Mr Roeber. Mrs Edward Grimes and children spent the weekend with old friends and neighbors at Hubbard, the Grimes formerly lived at Hubbard and moved here recently. Mrs Grimes is employed at the Whittemore Implement Co. Mr and Mrs Leo Wood visited Sunday with relatives in Albert Lea, Minn. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and daughter Joyce and sdn Jay of Whittemore and Mrs Jerri Mc- Keari and son Gary and daughter Jill were Sunday dinner, guests at the home of Mr ana Mrs Leslie Walker in Algona. Dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien Monday evening were Mr .and Mrs Maurice Berkness of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirsh and daughter Pam and son Larry of here. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT If How A Greek Contributed To Modern Medicine 'Hippocrates' is a name elpsely bound jp medicine, for as a matter pf fact he has been called the father' of the practice of medicine. But another Greek, Hermophilus, was an early pioneer ... he was the firs! to dissect the human body and to record the workings of the brain and nervous system. Thus* medicine reaches back for centuries . , , today, your doctor's prescription, which we carefully fill, is built upon the long history of the practice of medicine i THUENTE PHARMACY . Phone CY 445*8 OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH ATTENTION.... MR. FARMER! HERE'S HOW TO ECONOMIZE! ACTUAL NITROGEN 9.8* pei pound DELIVERED TO YOUR FARM MOR-GRO IS 82.2% NITROGEN - IT IS CONCENTRATED, NOT ADULTERATED. CAN YOU . . . . * Buy 33 1/3% Ammonium Nitrate for $66 per ton delivered to your farm ? * Buy Sulphate of Ammonia, 21% nitrogen, for $42 per ton delivered to your farm ? * Buy 30% nitrogen solution for $60 per ton, delivered to your farm ? * Buy Urea (45% nitrogen) for $90 per ton delivered to your farm ? (If you CAN, it still COSTS MORE than MOR-GRO at 9.8c per Ib.) Mor-Gro Is Phillips 66 Highest Quality Anhydrous Ammonia -K -K -K -K Other Forms of Nitrogen Run From 20 to 45% Nitrogen - The Rest Is Filler In Order To Purchase Actual Nitrogen For 9.8c a Pound Delivered To ' •"!<•, Your Farm, You Would Have To Buy It At The Above Prices Which Are Well Below Dealer's Prices. i The Pinch Is On I - We Are Economy Minded! BOOST YOUR CORN CROP WITH THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL FORM OF NITROGEN, which is MOR-GRO Phillips 66 QUALITY ANHYDROUS AMMONIA WITH $1 PER BU, CORN YOU CAN EXPECT FROM $2 TO $5 RETURN FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT WITH MOR-GRO. IFS AN IMPORTANT FACT! MOR- GRO DOES NOT REQUIRE MOIS- TUE TO DISSOLVE AND TAKE IT DOWN INTO THE ROOT ZONE, IT IS PLACED THERE AND READY TO GO TO WORK IMMEDIATELY. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR Lu Verne Contact Any of The Following Authorized Mor-Gro Dealers In This Area and Arrange For Them to Applicate Your Mor-Gro at a Nominal Price Per Acre, or Rent An Applicator and Put It On Yourself. E, K. JOHNSON Fenion MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft DAVENPORT ELEVATOR West Bend CHAS. EGGERTH Swea City TAYLOR IMPLEMENT Algona JENSVOLD, INC. Buffalo Center KRANTZ & KITZINGER, Titonkq LOWELL & GIB SANDVEN, Humboldt & Hardy HERMAN & ED NORLAND, Cylinder TEBBEN BROS. TRACTOR CO,, Corwith DE VERE NEWTON •Ottosen BODE CO-OP ELEVATOR Bode, Iowa MOR-GRO, INC. General Qffj C9 _ Diagonal St. - AIGQNA, IA. Phone CY 4:3548

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