The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 20
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4-A10ono Ho.) Uppftf 0« Mo»n« Thursday, May 9, 1957 Church Groups At Fenton Met In Past Week fenlcn — The W.S.C.S. met Thursday aftem-on with host esses Kirs Arnold Hansen. Mrs EC. Hfitr.tTS an.i M s Rutii Miik-r The meeting .opined with an organ prelude by Mrs HrJph Wei.'brod. Mrs Clarence U* bun was in charge of the devo tional period. Mrs Eugene Huskamp present ed the lesson fiT thj afternoon. a pledge service emitted 'Open Up Your Eyes.' Assisting n<2. were Mesdames Clarence Arbo gast, Fred Brown, Earl Lufkin. Arlo Ranney and Frank Mcr'all Mrs Romaine Weisbrod openen the business meeting by reading, The purpose of the Woman s Society ot Christian Service.' Mrs Hans Baago. treasurer, announced that the Treasure- Chest offering was $95.52 which will go to mission work. The May greeting card chairman it Agnes Goelsch. Independence 4-H Club A meeting of the 4-H Independence Idealists was brought to order by Lois Berkland at her home, Janice Jacobson and Lois Berkland were selected as candidate and speaker. A talk by Janice Priebe was given and demonstrations were by Janice Priebe and Lynn Kerber. Taking measurements and selecting and explaining patterns was by Ariel Berkland and Kathryn Jacobson St. John's Aid St. John's Ladies Aid Society met Wednesday afternoon with Hostesses Mrs Adolf Pertl, Mrs Carl Priebe and Mrs Ray Priebe. Mrs Ed Priebe and Mrs Albert Bleckwenn were guests. The Society made final plans for the LWML rally to be held Wednesday, May 8, at the local church. The Rev. W. H. Friedrich was in charge of the devotions. The Fairville Aid Society mei Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ed Priebe and Mrs Hildreth Petlit, hostesses. Mrs Earl Dean is hospitalized at the Methodist Hospital a< Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Carl Back and family, William H a n t e 1 m a n, Susan, and Glen: Judy and Joyce Voigt. Mary Ellen Sn'nneling ami Mrs Ed Bruhn attrncu-d th.- Wal- tlu-r League IY,!cr,t Festival heKi a! Jefferson Sunday. Joyce Vosgt. Susan Henteiman and Do. is Bet* participated in the program. Don* WHS awarded a (1) rating for her piano solo. Mrs W. R, Wolfe was hostess to the Hook and Eye Sewing Ciub in her home Tuesday afte: noon. Airs Joiin Munch was « guest Sharon Eigler, who is taking nur-.es training at the Kaliier Hospital School of Nursing in riociitsier, arrived home buniia;. lor a three weeks vacation with ner parents. Mr and Mrs PuUi £ig!er. LaVonne Cody, daughter of Mi and Mrs Amer Cody was one 01 the sixty-nine studtn'.s at Augus- tana Academy, Canton. S. D. t., attain the honor roll for the fiftn six-week period. Mr and Mrs Odey Cherland. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge. Mr ano Mrs Fred Johannesen. Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. members of Blakjer Lutheran church attended the All-in-One Estherville Circuit Convention of the E. L C. chujrch held Sunday at Milford. Among those attending from St John Lutheran church at Depew were Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and Gaylen, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Maire Mitchell. Miss Mitchell was the Mission speaker at the W.M.F. meeting and also at the Brotherhood meeting. Mr and Mrs Jay Woods of Jefferson visited in the Wayne Alderson and Amanda Kern homes several days this past week. Mrs E. W. Ruske. Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mrs Paul Eigler were co-hostesses at Bridge party Monday evening in the letter's home. Mrs Jessie Newel won high score prize and Mrs Ray Priebe, second high. Mr and Mrs Bob Schwartz and Bobbi Jeanne of Ames and Edith Laage of Des Moines visited in the J. A. Schwartz home from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. Mr an'd Mrs Bob Schwartz attended funeral services Saturday afternoon at Swea City for John Bruce, an uncle of Mrs Schwartz. • Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth were weekend visi'tors ir. the Carl Veerc Jr.'home at Roch ester. Minn. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske Visited Mr and Mrs Ward Ruske at Cedar Rapids on Sunday and from there they went to Des Moine* to attenj ti-c meeting of the Iowa State IX-nta! Society the fore-part of t!,< week- Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson visited in the Elmer Lei home at Esthervilie Friday eve ning. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and, family of Gniettingrr wen. Sunday supper giu'sts in the EC* Uthof h-.iM.e. Mr snd Mrs Paul Cornelius spent the weekend with Mrs E. J. Bo:>th of Fremont. Nob. Mi Booth is in Fort Belvoir. Va takin.' training with the Army. Roger Dreyer, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer. has been chosen by the Fenton Weisbrod and Ranny American Legion Post to attend Boys State June 2-9. Roger is a Junior in Fenton high school and was active in all school activities. He was chosea toastmaster for th* Sentral Lon* Rock, Seneca and Fentofl banquet. Also 4-H president of Fenton Progressive club, president of the Lutheran Walther league of his church. » Coming £ vertfs Thursday, May 9 — Bertha Circle of the WSCS; Gladys Circlt of the WSCS; Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. Friday, May 10 — Legion Auxiliary. Monday, May 13 *~ Legion meeting. Tuesday, May 14 — Fenton Woman's Club. Thursday, May 16 — Blakjfei W.M.F.; Independence Mixers; Helen Circle. f idbits From Evelyn Yep—summer is *n it's way! The William Funks and Duane Rileys went fishing last week £( Fox Lake and the Lewis Marshalls were at the Okobojis at their cottage. There are signs of the season's activities at Clear Lake. I was at Mason City lasl vfrek Tuesday, Mabel Livingston and I, and we stopped at Witkes hoping to have dinner there but a sign read, "Closed today to serve you better tomorrow." It showed signs of awakening around the lake, some more cottages being built where there are already so many they stand practically cheek to cheek. * * » Arden Orion went to San Mateo, Calif., several weeks ago and looked the place over to see how he liked it. He got a job %vith a company doing his professional work—tree surgeon—then flew back to Des Moines to join his family, sell the home there pack and hasten back to California. He and the family spent the weekend here at the parental Clark Ortons. • • » Did you ever eat smelt? I haven't but Mrs ^Ladendorff said she has and Mrs Eason has too Dr. Eason and Bob Gillingham recently went to Duluth, Minn., for some smelt fishing. They are cauglit in seines and are a 1957SENIOR OF LQNE ROCK ifc^ t&,t, *'• fc* ''.^ small fish, about the size of i\ sardine. Probably that's what a sardine really Is. The heads and "innerds" are removed, the fish is cooked skin and all, in deep fat. * ' * »- • The A. L. Longs and Cat 1 find- ley are back from their wintei vacation and are again at their respective homes; Davenport and Muscatine. A <prd from the Longs says they had two ween:* of home life and are again on their way to Wellsville, Pa., to visit Abner's son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Glee Pitcher. It was probable Earl would go along. They have had a wonderful trip to Phoenix, Ariz., where they visited Abner's other son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Carson Taylor, . thence to California where they saw Marguerite Dalziel, her mother, Mrs Hazel Lusby, Mrs Mary Pratt at Long Beach and Mr and Mrs Horace King at Sunnyvale, and I don't know how many more ex-Algonans. , * * * Aldean McAdams believes in the old theory that when an oak tree puts forth leaves, there will be no more frosts nor cold weather. My Esther says there is also a theory in Minnesota that it is time to plant corn when the oak leaves are the size of a squirrel's foot. Just how would they compare—and what if one animal's foot is smaller than another! """ * * * Mr and Mrs Leroy Schepp- mann have been here from Arlington, Va., visiting at the par- erual Henry Scheppmanns and with Leroy's broth'er-in^law and sister, Mr and Mrs David. Smith They are enroute to the'Philip- pines where Leroy will be in service two more years which will round out his 20 to make j him eligible for retirement and i a pension. Mrs Smith says he'll probably keep right on—the ser' vies is under the skin. * * « . When Wilma Strayor told mo •she and Glenn had recently been to Neosho, Mo., to visit their SUM Dick and his family I told ho-' Howard Platt's mother, Mrs Em ma Piatt lives there. The sor. Harvey and hrs wife live n:x .ioor to her. Mrs Strayer sui;' the next time they go there thc> will look her up. My mothe knew Emma when they were girls way back years ago. Judy Newbrowg.k v ^ LONE ROCK PERATIVE EXCHANGE *<-> ,*'«, Photps by' Isaacson —"Aligoha FRL, MAY lOIh MID WEST CARAVAN SAT., MAY llth CARL BEAN St ORCH. When 1 talk*d wiih Mm Hallard Snyder the other day we mentioned flowers. She has quite a number of African violets. I told her I have one, a Shamrock and a Philadendron. The "Phillu*" has grown yards and yards loiv and climbs around a large mirror. She asked me if I had setu or heard of the vine in a barber Shop at Santa Cruez, Calif., tha! grew from the outside in and how completely covers the ceiling. I replied, "No." but I tul:, her of my cousin's hoiue a: Riverside, Calif. A vine grew in from a coiner in the living room and was decorating OIK corner very .nicejy. That doesn'. speak too well ot California buildings, but it's true—and nnny ot them are just THROW together- and I DARE any contractor to contradict me. » * * Mrs Adrian Sterling, Helen Passmore and David spent the weekend at Ankeny with Gene Vieve and Tom Lundell and tin; children. Genevieve was havinr trouble with bursitis. • * • . It was nice to be remembered May 1 with pretty baskets—OIK from the Clark boys, Nicki, John and Timmie and one from the Marshall children. Thank you 1 liked the candy too, and the flowers were immediately put in a vase just the right size ^or the odorous bloss'oms. They had i "pretty smell." tut fall * poerff edniftti *at held, sponsored by the C. D. of A. The poems were to consist, of four stanzas. Sharon Schneider, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Schneider won first fn the contest and was given the award at tht C. D. of A May breakfast Sunday morning. * * • When a letter stamped Rogers. Ark., came with different handwriting. I knew it contained bad news. Either my frienJ, Grace Goodman, v/as sick, or worse, sno had cued. My tears were verified Her husband had written tne lei ter telling of her death from a heart* aliment. She has been n. poor health the past few years ira, her .husband, is not wed either and is giving up then home at Rogers td enter a Masonic home at Sullivan, 111. j met Grace years ago when she came out here to visit Zacia Biunson. Our friendship goe.s back to my pre-arthritis days, j have seen Grace from time tt time and She and her husband visited us severe^ yeara ago. Upon his retirement from business they moved from Chicago to Rogers. I shall miss her letters She was a grand person. HOT WATER Three-year-old Judith Kay of Fairbank was badly burned recently when she backed into, and sat down in, a bucket of scalding water at her home there. SUN., MAY 12th MOTHERS-DAY Mercury Recording Stars THE DIAMONDS With AL, NOYCE & ORCH. Adm. 1.4§ plus tax, tpt, 1.65 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMQRE, IOWA Sunday, May 12 BOBBY LINDEMAN I '«. ii n. . .Mi.., . Sunday, May 19 RONNIE BARTIEY Friday, May 24 Teen-age Dance DON DEAN ORCH. Sunday, May 26 Pll Sunday, June 2 HENRY CHARIES Ne Advene* teeth ._ ©ii*jj ft1^9 You can do just that that BIG SMITH has developed a girls and ladies western jean with authentic, trim-fit cowgirl styling. Ideal for work or play Of sanforized. Western Style whiteback denim. Front opening with zip- i per. Pearl grippers on the waistband and frontier type pockets. Union made. m iKHT-rta iityr-Hou nun BIG SMITH BIG SMITH DEPARTMENT Present Book To School Libraries The V.F.W. Auxiliary of Post 2541, Algona, has presented copies of a book entitled "Survival" to local school libraries, Scout groups, Civilian Defense, and many other offices and businesses where the public may read them. Facts about the possibility of, and ways of surviving, an attack by a belligerent nation are discussed frankly in the book, which is endorsed by the presi- dent and federal defense administrator. Distribution of the books Was a part of the local auxiliary's project, "Civilian Defense." Anyone wishing to obtain a copy or copies of the book may contact Mrs Ellen Evers, local auxiliary president. .BURNED- Three 600 pound show calves were lost when a fire destroyed the barn on the Max Smith farm jusi east 01 Clear Lake recently. Total damage in the blaze was over $10,000. SPEAKING Be Sure To Attend The Upper Des Moines COOKING SCHOOL Friday and Saturday Afternoons At The National Guard Armory A program filled with things of interest lo every housewife . .. and you'll see the many, many ways in which Susan Lowe, conductor of the school, makes use of inexpensive ELECTRICITY in menu-makingi Yes, penny- cheap Electricity does so many wonderful things in a home! Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 "You're perfectly normal, son! You've got PLYMOUTH FEVER HI ™^** , , _ i i • .. ' i>ii i ...it's catching and it's wonderful!" It's bustiu' out all over <*• the happiest Jovesickneas ever: Plymouth Feferj ' The symp^oQp? '• Ajj urge to get out ,qn the highway, An uncontrollably desire for fun and freedom. A l°»^Hg to ovvu the best, The cause? T^at wonderful, three-years-ahead Plymouth styling. That thrilling Plymouth power, That velvety Ride. The cure? A wonderful Plymouth of your own . . . yours (a take flhejiever the iy«ipt&ms get oyt of hand. Test-drive a Plymouth today. Then compere Plymquth wijh the "other two" . , . aud you'll see why. thousands, get Plymouth Fever every day *- aud Ujve it! Get yourself a too! Plymouth's griat TV.program:'Lawrence Walk's "Top Tune* and New Talent." See TV section for toe and station

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