The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 15
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tsf Communion For 26 Wesley Youngsters Wesley -^ Twenty-six youngsters received their first Holy Communion in St. Joseph's Catholic Church Sunday, May 5th at the 7:30 Mass. They were Deborah Bauer, Gwendolyn Bleich. Grotchen Cink, John Eisenbacher, Kathleen Goetz, Mary Grant. Rebecca Hilbert, Esther Hildman Sharon Hildman, Patrick Hynes Lawrence Kudy, Rebecca Lickteig, David Loebig, Patricia Loebig, Susan Nelson, Colleen Niedzielski, Carol Otis, Karen Otis. John Studer, Louis S t u d e r Marilyn Studer, Richard Stuckr Steven Walker, Donald Weber. Ruth Weig, James Youngwirth. The parents received communion with the children. New Baby Girl A baby girl was born Friday. May 3rd, to Mr and Mrs Let Hildebrand of Britt at the hospital. Mrs Hildebrand is the former Carol ftemrhingscn. youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs H. fi. Hemmingsen. Leann Kay is the new baby's name. Girl, 4, Injured Debbie Licktcig, 4, year old daughter of Mr an<j Mrs Jack Licktcig, fell at her home Saturday and suffered a cut on her forehead that required 6 stitchc: to close. Mr and Mrs John Licideig were Sunday dinner guests at the horm of their son, Jack Lickteig ,,:H family, in honor of the latter couple's daughter, Rebecca, who received her first Holy Communion that morning. Mrs Matt Erdman was brought Ironic Friday from the home of her son, Lawrence Erdman, where she had been since she was released from the Britt hospital two weeks ago. A Miscellaneous shower was- held Sunday afternoon in the parish hall for Mofrna Jean Becker, daughter of Mrs Justine- Becker and the late Matt Becker. A large crowd attended and they played bridge and 500. Norma will become the bride of Don Reding, son of Mr and Mrs John Reding of St. Joe on Tuesday. May 21. Mrs Victor Lpefeig, Mrs Elmei Doughan and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer attended a Mothers-Daughters banquet at Forest City, May 7. Mrs Elmer Doughan and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer were judges of a girls 4-H good grooming contest at Britt, May Uth. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and family spent Sunday afternoon in Mercy hospital, Fori Dodge, with her sister, Mrs A. C. Henry of Pocahontas who has been a surgery patient there. The Methodist Youth Fellowship group met Sunday evening with their president, Julie Nygaard at her home. Mrs Burnett Bartley entertained 12 kindergarten children at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Cecelia's 6lh birthday. Mr affd Mrs Herman Adolf ui Richmond, Calif, came Tuesdav of last week to visit her brother-, in-law and sislar, Mr and Mr.s Will Martinek. They will spend 3 weeks here arid with relative:in Hartley. Mr and Mrs Otto Hendersor will go to Perry 'May 18 to meet her sister and brother-in-lsw, M and Mrs Choi, Bnyd of Lo? Altos, Calif., who will visit here I' 1 days. Mrs Leonard Arndorfer will bt judge of the 4-H girls good grooming contest in Corwith Methodist church on Friday. '" Mr and Mrs Clair Hildmar. and Urban Neuroth spent Sundaj in Iowa City with Mrs Neuroth a<University hospital. The Orthel JoMy Workers 4-H girls will hold a Mother's Daj Tea Saturday, May 11, in the home of Betty DeWard. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and family of Forest City were Sunday dinner guests at tht Leonard Arndorfer home. Mrs Clayie Studer entertained! her contract bridge club Monday evening. Lorraine Bleich, youngest dau ghler of Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich, Was presented in her final senior recital by Drake University Fine Arts College Wednesday, May 1st. She will graduate thib summer with a Bachelor of Music Education. Her parents; and her brcVier-in-law a n c friends attended the recital. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode, Mr and Mrs Herman Studer and Mi and Mrs Lou Lickteig attended a K.C. party at the K.C. hall neai Algona Sunday night, May 5. The 4th degree members entertained the 3rd degree members of this district. A banquet was served at 7 p.m. Bode and Studer are 4th degree Knights. Mr arid Mrs Walter Drummer and family of Clarion spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Weig and family. Mr and Mrs Bill Naaelhoffe; of Eau Clair, Wis. came Saturday to spend a week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs P. C Haynes. Erwin Haynes of Boone was home ovor the weekend. A), were aunday dinner guests in the Bill Hood home in Algona. The Birthday Club composed of 16 women living east 'of Wesley met Monday, May 7, in the A .N. Richtsmeier home U NOW is the time to think of your Weed Control Program for 1957. Any time before your corn is 6 to 8 inches toll is an ideal time tc spray it for. the control of broadleafed weeds. With no danger to the corn, it takes very little chemical to do the job, therefore the cost is -very reasonable. It Will Also Socn Be Time To Spray The Weeds In Ycur Oats. WHY NOT GIVE US A CALL SO WE CAN DISCUSS YOUR WEED CONTROL PROGRAM? We will do our very best to give you a Good Job at a Reasonable Price. We have found many peopte to be misinformed as to our price schedufe. Give us a chance, to talk this over. We continue to operate on the basis of "High Volume with Low Margin of Profit." STEIER FLY6NG SERVICE AERIAL SPRAYING — WHITTEMORE, IA. ELMER J. STEIER PHONE 4001 "It Doesn't Cost To Spray — It Pays" WESLEY HIGH SCHOOL- CLASS OF '57 Joan Krieps . Robert Becker Marly s Goetz WUlis % Erdman Kaihryn Goetz .{•"V i ili^v? I. Sharlene Dpwns Edward Qlis Mary Lou H^iijg William Price Shwlene Martin Beverly Penning Thomas Hoot Patricia Beckef Earl Grace Goetz Russell Photos We Congratulate The 1957 Graduating Seniors of Wesley High School EXCHANGE STATE BANK IQWA honor the birthday of their hostess. Mrs, Lawrence fiaylor spen 1 . Thursday with her sister, Mr- Rollie Fannin of Britt, a surgery patient at Mercy hospital, Masoi City. Bill Koppen spent the week end in Omaha, with the Boi Kirkpatrick family. Theron Hansen substituted for him on tht rural mail route. Mr and Mrs Ihno Gerdes ar rived home Saturday from a 3- week visit with their daughter Mrs Richard Maynes and famib at El Paso, Texas. Enroute hom< they visited their other daughter Mrs Jim Lincoln and family it, Grinnell. Craig Loebig and a college friend from Iowa City spent the weekend at the Bill Loebi^ home. Mrs Pauline Pfeffer teaches the 4th grade in the parochial school in the mornings and Mrs firm;. Kunz teaches in the afternoons Sister Nicola who taught tin class, passed away in St. Anij hospital, Algona, May 1. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rudstron. and children came Saturday. April 27, and are guests in thi parental, John Richter honif until May 14, when they will move from Omaha to Minnea polis. Sunday dinner guests in the Edmund home were Mr and Mrs John Richter and their house- guests, Mr and Mrs Kenneli. Hudstrom and four children. Jack Richter and son Mike, Mi and Mrs Jack Hayes and chil j dren of Waterloo. The family paity honored t?A Otis twn. daughters, Carol and Karen, whi were among the first communi cants in bt. Joseph s Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken anc. sons of Minneapolis were Saturday night and Sunday gucsis 01 nis motner »nd sister, Mrs Jen nie Luken and Mrs Viola Studei Mr and Mrs John Muehe an: family and his sister, Mrs Urbai Lickleig were Sunday guests in me t<t,o duller home in Aiben Lea, in honor of RobL-rt Fuller 1 . ist lipiy Communion. Mrs Fuller is the former ' Ruth Muehe Mr and Mrs Rich Railing anc. family joined a group of relative; in the Ray Wernimont nu.n_- i; Breda Sunday in honor of tin latter couple's son Melvin, win; .eceived nis firt.;t Holy Communion that morning. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes enter tained the Sutz Us card clue. Tuesday evening, AprU 30. Thit, will conclude ine parties unu. fall. ise Twins itaore morning for Texas, where he employed. Word was received here by relatives that William Maahs d Fergus Falls, Minn, afid a brother of George and Edward Maah of Whittemore, underwent stir gery in Minneapolis, and it wa.- and Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mr Mrs George Maahs left Moftdayi end Mrs Ernest Mej'er and fam ~ " " ily of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ronnie Pett.it of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Edwin *Lieb and famil}> of Lotus Creek. Leils Creek Lassies Lotts Creek Lasseis met at the George Streit home with Coletta Strt'it as hostess. The group talked about the mother's tea. Committees were appointed. The invitation committee consists ol Teresa Martini, Eileen O'Brien, Alice Elbcrt and Mary Jane Besch. The corsage committee is Mary Loebach, Barbara Elbert, Carol Jean Anliker, Dawn Dogotch and Annabelle Tietz. Mary Jane Besch gave a talk on storage. Thursday, May 9, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper Be* Moln«»-7 found that his condition was hopeless. He is suffering from cancer of the stomach and liver. Mrs Mathilda Meyer returned to her home in Whittemorp Thursday where she is recuperating following surgery in Fori Dodge. 1 Mr and Mrs Herrnnn Bel-ink' 1 and daughters, accompanied by Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. visited at the home of Mr nnri Mrs Alfred Meyer Sunday night. 'DM Classified* P=iy Dividend* — Gwendolyn Marie pnd Cirolyn Msrie,' twi" :!.?i'ch'f>rs of Mr and Mrs Leonard Mpyo'- of Rodman, were baptized by the Rev. P. G. WeinhoK! local pastor in the Sunday sci in St. Paul's Luthorav church. Sponsors ware Jean Ellen Licb of Lotts Creek ario Jerry Meyer of Rodman and Mr;Ronnie Pettit of Cylinder and Ernest Meyer of here. Dinner guests in their honor were Mr NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien and family spent last weekend at Elkader with Mrs O'Brien's parents. Enroute home they visited with Mr and Mrs Walter Dulhird at West t?nion. ' Anna Higgins of Chicago, sister of Mrs Agnes Pearce of Whit • temore, arrived nere Sunday morning via Milwaukee passenger. Miss Higgins had been visiting here three weeks ago with relatives and returned home ir. Chicago. After being home for several days and upon arising from hod one morning she had the misfortune to step on he: robe and fall and break her hip: f She was taken to a hospital in ' Chicago, ft was decided that shi would rather come here with he; sister who will take care of her Martin (Butch) Potratz, Delbsr' Wichtendahl, Lyle Baas and Wnl tcr (SUtz) Meyer attended a D.X Service meeting and luncheon in the Hanford Hotel in Mason City Friday night. , A/2C Norman Berber arrived home Wednesday from ChanuU Air Force Base ,111., to spend c- 19-day leave here with his par ents, Mr and Mrs Orville Barber. Zumach's Bowling Club enter tained their wives at a ste"l supper at the Johns*on House in Algona, Sunday evqning. Hulph btbars, and Roland "ieiin arrived home Wednesday night from Aurora, 111., where they have been employed by the Fu^R'-jor M^til Craft, Inc. S^bt;'- will be employed with the Wein denhoff plant in Algona, as Ui\ out man. He started his ne\\ duties Monday. Mr and Mrs Carl Voigt o' Osage and Mrs Elsie Hanson oi Algona were Sunday dinne- guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker anc family were Sunday dlhne; guests at the home of Mr an<Mrs Cecil Bjustrom. • Mr and Mrs Donald Hurlbur' of Fort Dodge were Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellswortr Hcidenwith. Mr and Mrs Ben Secly and family of here wer- cfter dinner callsrs. I Mr and Mrs Conrad Satern and Daughter of Humboldt "Spent day at fhe parental home of Mr,-Myrtle Frost in Whittemcre. Mr and Mrs Georga Meve. •uid Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl were Thursday evening dm ner guests at the home of'Mr and Mrs Noah Rcisner at Lott:, Creek. The occasion was tht birthday of Mrs Reisner, A number of relatives an<i friends of Mr and Mrs Geralt- Olom helped Friday evening to celebrate the joint birthdays o! Mr Ollom and Lanny Rosendah! Willis Maahs, son of Mr and W j - ' - • I •..,!- • f • ' v t . Ranks First in 6 of 9 \ Districts in 4-Year Averages in 1956 Iowa Corn Yield Test In this only official com yield test in Iowa — conducted by Iowa State College — Pioneer hybrids hold the highest yields in 6 of the 9 districts with 4-year aver* ages. Pioneer holds 15 of the 43 first places for 1, 2, 3 and 4 year rankings, while none of the 52 other seed corn producers- have more than 5 first placet* Plant Dependable Pioneer Seed Corn SEE OR CALl R, I, Mawdsley Algona C L Bailey , Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Eugene Kollasch — lode Harold Jones —.... Swea City T. 0, Johnson Swea City Walter Vaudt „.. „ Whittemort Robinson Product — -~ W§sl*y ?*r Cool, crisp and trimly tailored .. to create that fresh feel from now through summer. ,. 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