The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 11
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SQUIftftEL A rabid squirt-el was shot by Lloyd Rockholz at Adair recently. The squirrel attempted to attack Mr Rockholz, then ran up a tree. Adair folks in the area are watching for possible infection of dogs nnd other animals. f MARK tOU A nice note from Princess Grace of Monaco was received by Mrs Earl Beardmore of Waukon, in appreciation of a pair ot knitted nylon bootees which were sent for the new royal baby ISHIKG SAVE MORE FOR LESS SAVE MORE CASTING or SPINNING REELS 26BCG, Reg. 19.50 - Sale Price 11.88 JOHNSON CENTURY, Reg. 17.95 Sale Price 11.88 ZEBCO Model No. 11, Reg. 12.50 Safe Price 7.99 PFLUGER SUPREME, Reg. 35.00 Sale Price 22.93 LANGLY SPINFLO, Reg. 17.95 Sale Price 10.88 SHAKESPEARE, Reg. 6.50 - Sale Price 3.74 2.98 Reel 1.98 Rod 4.96 Value Set COXE Casting, Reg. 9.95 - Sale Price 6,38 Actors From Courlhouse Parking Lot r MAKE 'MOM' HAPPY WITH A LOVELY GIFT FROM FOWLERS! At The Upper Des Moines COOKING SCHOOL Fowlers Will Honor A "LUCKY MOTHER 1 iff Each Afternoon — Friday & Saturday Of those 'Moms' registered at the Cooking School, one name will be drawn each afternoon for Fowlers. Those lucky ladies are invited to select a pair of Hansen Gloves, a handbag, and a pair of sheer Mojud Nylons ... all as q free gift from Fowlers for Mother's Day I Seniors Enter Final Week At Burt; Graduate May 17 fitift — Baccalaureate Service? for the graduating class of the Burt Community School Will b* hthl May 12, at 8 p.m. in Ih'i high school gymnasium. Rev Samc-k of the Burt Methodis; church will be in charge of thj services. The Senior Class of the Burl Community School will hold it- Commencement Exercises in the high school gymnasium on M«y 17 at 8:00 in the evening. Dr. David M. Fulcomer. Iowa Stair College, will give the address. Seventeen Seniors will graduate. They are Toni Angus, Marlene Black, Duane Dittmer, Jerry Carman, Gary Gicidings. Andrew Harms, Arlyee Johnson, Mary Keith, Richard Kissner. Beverly Larson, Kurcn Lavrenz, Norman Mitchell, Ko.se Peterson, Claire Reuliiel, Roger Shipler Karen Steward and Alice Thompson. Eighth Grade Graduation a no Class Night Exercises will b 1 . held in the Burt Communitx School gymnasium at 8:00, May 21. Rev. Smidt of the Burl l j ivs- byterian church will address the graduating class and the various letters and awards will be presented to the Junior High and and high school students at that time. The annual school picnic will be held at the Burt Community School on May 23. The Band Mothers are traditionally in charge of the community-wide uffiur and lurthor information will be published at a later date Tour Union Slough Some 18 members of the Bur. Woman's Club wore taken on a tour of the Union Slough Refuge Monday afternoon of last week Manager Harold Burgess- was assisted by Frank Tellier in guiding the tour and explaining the Wild Life Refuge. Following this trip a meeting was held at the home of Mrs Russell Patterson with 23 members present A movie concerning "Out-door Living" was shown by Charles Spry and "Beautiful Dreamer' was sung by Jean Lockwood anc Helen Smith, Ruth Hodgson ac companist. .Lunch was served bj the hostesses, Mrs R. Patterson Mrs H. A. Smidt and Mrs Free. Vogel. Claudette Seeley with Mary Carlson and a room-mate o. Cedar Falls accompanied Larrj Hinckley to Burt and spent tht. weekend with the girl's parents The Friendly Four Club wih meet Thursday afternoon witi Mabel Strayer for the regulai May meeting. The St. John's Lutheran Aic meeting was held Friday aftfei., noon, May 3rd, Hostesses wci • Mrs Bertlia Koestler and M, George Koestler. The V.F.W. Sewing meeting v have bc-t-n held with Jcvsie t'l; lor in Algona Tuesday, May . has bft-n postponed to Mondav May 13. Note change of date. Mrs Ella Sigsbee has bee! spending some time in Clear Lake the past week. Presbyterian church services are starting at 9:00 a.m. with Sunday School at 10:00 according to the new schedule which started Sunday. Rev .H. A. Smidt is the pastor. Lura Sewick with her brother Harry Sewick spent last week in Rochester, where they were at the Clinic for a check-up. Mr Sewick returned to his home in Ireton Sunday, Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard Sigsbee were at the Seib Behrends home in Lone Rock Sun-, day afternoon attending a birthday party for the former's granddaughter, Ilia Mae Behrends whc was six years old, Saturday, May 4th. Mr and Mrs Lorimor Olson o: Spirit Lake are parents of a sor born there Sunday night. Mr Olson is a former Burt Bane instructor and Mrs Olson is :• daughter of the Fred Gebkens This- baby is the fourth son for the Olsons. Mr and Mrs B .E. Miller attended a Reception at the Meth PHONE 4-2057 Saturday 11:15 p.m. Big Midnite Rock n' Roll Horror Show "The King Sisters" "Sportsmen's Quartet" "Mambo Madness' Plus This Chiller Oilier Feature . . , "PHANTOM" of the RUE MORGUE" with Karl Maiden Patricia Medina odist Church in Emmetsburg. Sunday afternoon for Mr and Mr? Kenneth Baumunk. The Bau- munks we.re married April 20 and the bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Darling, former neighbors of the Millers. Sunday visitors at the Allen Hirickley' home were the letter's mother, Mrs Henry Krohnberg. and Mr and Mrs Henry Saucke and Don of Wells, Minn. Larry Hinckley of Ottumwa was also at home. Rev. and Mrs Samek had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs David Samek and Aileen of Cedar Rapids. The men are brothers. Mrs Amelia Polhemus who had spent several months with sons and families in California returned to her home here Tuesday of last week. Graduation Next Week, Ledyard ., Ledyerd — Closing activities of the Ledyard Community schoql are as follows! Baccalaureate— Sunday, May 12, 8 p.m. Serrn&n — Rev. V. R, 'Vriesen. Commencement—Tuesday, May 14, 8 p.m. Speaker — Dr. Leon- fird C. Murray, Des Moines. Director Division of Public Health Education. Eighth Grade Promotion and school exhibit — Wednesday. May 15, 8 p.m. School picnic — Friday, May 17 in the evening. Mother-Daughter Banquet On Thursday evening the men and boys of the Methodist church served a Mother-Daughter ban- qurt at the church, with about 85 in attendance. E. fc R. Woman Me*l The Evangelical and Reformed Women's Guild met Thursday, May 2 in the new E & R church at Ledyard. Following was the was pro- program: Mrs Wm. Knoner gram chairman. Rev. Victor Vriesen, Mrs Henry SHberg, Mrs Englebart Logemann, Mrs Kyle and Mrs Orville Runksmeier presented the pro- giain. Pupils In Recital Mrs Charley Faugust presented her piano pupils in a recital Tuesday evening, May 7. Taking part were Becky Blome, Deanna Brandt, Ann Carpenter, Karen Darnell, Barbara Farrow, Donna Ingibritson, Judy Ingebritson, Debbie Krause, Faye Kramersmeier, Eugene Llnyd, Ranee Lloyd, Marjorie McGregor, Monica Munycr, Marsha Orvick, Lihda Pingel, Carol Runksmeier, Larry Runksmeier, Vicki Thilges, Phyllis Walien- tme, Dianne Waterhouse, Sylvia vViihelfni, Sidney White, Sandn Willadsen and Betty Herzog. Mr and Mrs Mike Koppen and Mrs Lena Krebsbach of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guest.- at the J. F. Sullivan home. Friends here received announcement of the marriage oi Marjorie Moulton to Cecil Snively on April 17 at the Little Brown Church at Nashua. They will be at home after June 1st at Nashua, Iowa. Mr and Mrs L. B. Canfield oi Grundy Center have visited the past week at the home of their yon and his wife, the G. Dale Canfields. Mrs Edith Corderman who spent the past week visiting her daughter and her family, the Fred Duttons, left on Saturday for Waterloo where she will visit before leaving with another daughter Eunice Corderman on a vacation trip to Alaska. Mrs Ends Thursday: Alan Ladd in "THE BIG LAND" FRIDAY & SATURDAY UNIVERSAUNTERNATIONAI presents yMacMURRAY Jeffrey HUNTER Janice RULE Chill WILLS JeanSIOCKlU, CINEMASCOPE .JOSEPHINE HUTCHINSON • BETTY LYNN • JOHN LARCH PLUS THIS CO-HIT DAVID BRIAN VERA RALSTON SIDNEY BLACKMER VIRGINIA GREY TRICOLOR w cwM«*u<i no ***** THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY No extra charge for those ' staying over for Midnight Show (On at 8:00 P.M.) GLENN FORD GLORIA GRAHAME in "THE BIG HEAT" (On at 9:30 P.M.) RANDOLPH SCOTT DOROTHY MALONE in "TALL MAN RIDING" Corderman had just r e t u rn o rj from Florida where she had spent the winter. The Sacred Heart Church nt Ledyard is celebrating the 25th ordination of Father Montag on Sunday, May 19. The program starts at 2:30. A p'ot luck lunch will be served at 4:30. All members are invited to attend. Following the May 1 cnnrc-n the Music Boosters met in th» auditorium and election of uf- Thursday, May 9, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper (Ntt M*tft**--S firfTs was hold: President, Mrs William Knoner; vice president, Mrs Orville Brandt; secretary, Mr? Vernon Smith; assistant secretary. Mrs Willis Pingel; treasurer, Mrs Albert Looft. The Music Boosters presented Mr Canfield with a leatht-r bill fold us a farewell gift. Mr and Mrs Henry Herzog o' Baxter and Bill Herzog of 6ko- boji visited at -we homes of Mrs Wm. Green, the Ted Greens, Harold Horzogs and Mrs Louise Herzng on Sunday and also attended the Dedication services at the E. and R. Church. Rev. and Mrs O. J. Vriesen of Hamburg, Minn, were here Sunday to assist their »n, Rev. Vic-" tor Vriesen in the Dedication of the new E. and R. Churcn. SUNDAY and MONDAY (Sunday at 9:35) IT'S _ TOchnteefor (Sunday at 8:00 & 11:15) BOB HOPE At His Best ,,.you rarely find & picture so richly HUMAN THE SEVEN 1 4 PenmQvnt P/cfart • * /a V4r/ff/«/0a N SB* UHun£poo€ FREE! $200 FOOD SPOILAGE WARRANTY! 2 Frozen Food Package or Juice Can Dispensers • 3 Convenience Baskets • 2 Removable Chest - Dividers • Interior Light • Counter-balanced Lid • Key Lock • 5-Year Freezing System Warranty This Model On Display At The COOKING SCHOOL QUALITY FREEZERS AT ECONOMY PRICES 1407 Commercial St. Admission This Engagement: 20c — 6<jc — 75c SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY 20TH CENTURY-FOX PROUDLY PRESENTS xfeaven As only Director John Huston can bring it to you! The story of Marine Corporal Allison and Sister Angela — trapped and alone on a war-torn island! On VlfotfteM. T>auiloa MOVIE I FREE ROSES TO ALL MOTHERS ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON As Long As Supply Lasts) Coyrftiy of ' - j . PINK PETAL FLORAL

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