The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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t-Algofte Ho.) Upjwr DM Mefrw* tlnifwtey, Mtty 1ft, . AROUND ALGONA * ' Mrs tenor* HiUt wai hosieft* to the members of her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. .-.Mif--*--, Mrs Richard Norton was hostess to the members of her sewing club on Monday evening. Cynthia Rae, infaal daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Dahlhauser, was baptized Sunday at St Cecelia's church. the fifth grade ai Bryant, taught by Mrs Howard Hoenk pave a tea and program for their mothers on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Nick fisch entertained a group of neighborhood ladies Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder expect to have as their guests this weekend, Mr and Mrs Chuck Curley and two children of Marion. Mr and Mrs Vktor Fisher and three children of Fairmont, Minn, spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs T. J. Fisher and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Charles Deibler had as their dinner guests on Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and family and Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson. Mr and Mrs Allan Buchanan returned Tuesday evening from Des Moines where they had spent several days attending a meeting of abstractors. Mr and Mrs Wesley B artistt are being visited this week by Mr Bartlett's father, Dr. G. E. Bartlett of New Sharon who arrived here Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles McVay spent Sunday at Webster City with Mrs McVay's parents, the Rev. and Airs J. Share -who gave a birthday dinner for her. Mrs Alice Mayfield is a patient at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. She was taken there on Monday lay her sister, Mrs Eliza Angle and her nephew, E. E. Robinson. Mr and Mrs A. E. JS^iggs^hadi as their guest? over the ^fcr/iek^nd, Mrs Briggs' daughter and;son-in- law, Mr, ap.d.. ^Irs Bernard Ermels' and little son, Martin, of Webster City.. Mrs Tom Sampson, Mrs Milton Will and Mrs Jerry McKean plan to leave Friday SOT Council Bluffs where they will attend the state" convention , of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. •. '.•••..Both morning and afternoon kindergarten classes at Br.yant school are working »on-a program for their parents and guests to fee presented Friday evening, May 22 in the Bryant gym. Mrs Ruth McVay is the. teacher. •Men's Club of the Presbyterian Church will have a breakfast Sunday morning at 7:30. The committee in charge consists of Leon Martin, Burton Harmes, Llqyd Gerber and James Potter. Mr end Mrs W. F. Colwell spejjt Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis where they were guests of former Algonans, Mr and Mrs Bob Marcy. The Cpi- wfilj. sons, Jim. and Gary were guests of John Phillips while Their parents were away. Kir and Mrs E. E, Robinson entertained Mr an.d Mrs Edward gehiltg and their ; \yeldding attendants at .breakfast Mpnday morn? i»g following their, marriaje at Bancroft. Mrs^ Schijtz is the former Rosemary KunkeJ apd was recently employed by the Robinsons. The enti» perish of.fctv Cece. «eh, W >U participate j n a Crowning .ceremony Sunday *t 7:30. Children in grades 5 to 13 .wiU form ihs pro-: ceslton and ifemes Lichter, Sodality Rrefecfc wiU place the crown on the statue of the V'>» gia." did you wy FRIDAY ? fOfliR'i ONE-DAY CARPET CARNIVAL STER'S Mr and Mrs Lloyd Praii had as their weekend guests at their cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs Pratt's parents, Mr and Mrs F. M. McGahey of Victor and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Doan Iverson and children of Inciianola. Mr and Mrs £. E. Robinson entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Jean who made her first Holy Communion at St. Cecelia's church that morning . Guests included Jean's Godparents, Mr end Mrs Julius Cink. Mrs C. L. Livingston and Mrs Lela Stewart entertained the Big Six Birthday Club at a luncheon at Humboldt on Monday afternoon. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee's anniversary was being celebrated. Following the meal the group; went to the home of Mrs Walter Klamp at Dakota City for a social afternoon . Presbyterian Women's Organization is meeting today (Thursday) at the church. The Upper Room services are in charge of Mrs Don Hemmingson. A dessert luncheon will follow at 1:30 Mrs A. F. Agena will give devotions and the program, "Christ's Way Every Day In Our Search For Peace" is in charge' of Mrs Dick Meyer. Leona Goche Of TitonkaWeds Bancroft Man Burt — In a double ring ceremony Tuesday,'May 14, at 8 a.m. in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, Leona Goche, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Goche of Titonka and Arthur Hellman, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Hellman of Bancroft, were united in marriage. Fr. Schultes officiated. The bride wore a floor length gown of chantilly lace over satin, fashioned with a close fitted bodice, long pointed sleeves, stand-up collar and full skirt. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was attached to a tiara of chantilly and pear trim. She wore a rhinestone necklace and earrings and carried a bouquet of red roses,, „.,„ ^ , .,J^aid-oi-tt6fii5F was Donna Kaller ana bridesmaid, Evelyn Hellman. Best man was Dennis Hellman, brother of the groom, and gropmsman, Jphn Goche, brother of the bride. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Hellman-and the wedding dinner for 200 guests was held at noon at the Johnson House in Algona followed -by -& receptioja in the aft|q|pon in the home pf the bride's 'parents in Titonka. The wedding dance took place at the Legion hall in Bancroft. The bride attended St. John's in Bancroft and the groom spent two years in the service. The young couple will be at home on a farm southeast of Bancroft. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Skip Day Ledyard Senior Class Friday — The Senior Class and William Klrtiker went to Minneapolis, Friday, for their annual Skip day. They went by bus with Mr Edward Knoner taking them. They visited many places of interest and returned Saturday. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended a district meeting of Rural Letter Carriers at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner and children of Algona visited at the home of Mrs Lena Warner on Sunday. Mrs Anna Togerson of Mason City came on Thursday to visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Harold Herzogs. Melva Burrow of Mason City came home to spend Mother's Day with her parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Burrow. Mr and Mrs George Thompson with LuVerne friei\ds drove to Pella Friday morning to spend the day at the Tulip Festival. Mr and Mrs Quentin Hardt of Sutherland are parents of a baby boy born on Wednesday, May 1st. Mr and Mrs Melvin Busch are the parents jof a baby girl born, Tuesday, May 7th at Estherville. She has been named Juliann Ruth. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter were called to Cedar Rapids early ,' Sunday by? Hhe serious illness of Mrs Carpenter's father, Mr J. G. Swartzell of Olin who has been in the hospital at Cedar Rapids for the past several weeks, Mrs Etta S. Anderson came last Tuesday from Davenport where she-had spent the winter at the home of a daughter. She will spend the summer here wj,th another daughter end her family, the Glenn Burrows. Mr and Mrs George Gonias and Pamela and John and Peggy Mayer of Des Moines came on Saturday and spent the weekend at the D. B. Mayer home. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer were in Minneapolis Friday on business. Mr and Mrs J. A, Zweifel of Corwith and the Misses Isabell and Janet Mason of LuVerne were dinner guests at the George Thompson home last Sunday. ... jMarilyja^^raroersmeier, who works as Secretary for trfe -Navy Department in Washington, came home Saturday to visit a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier and to be here for her brother Gerald's graduation. Tuesday evening Mrs Charley Faugust presented her Ledyard piano pupils in a rectal. The American Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion Hall on Tuesday evening, May 7th. President Mrs George MacKinnon presided. The secretary's report was read .by Mrs Mel Haag in the absence of the secretary Mrs Melvin Busch. The treasurer's report was given by Mrs Ted Green. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS ON TH* PURCHASE OF ONE 9UART Mr*. Clark's Salad Dressing lOe, T*U thf* epupen to :y«»r «ro«r 1od*y— -9094 fer lmt 0nly. ' P&M.ER: Our i«l*p«n will >«<}««/n »W» f oupon for lOc e«»Ji If you *;nd yQur curtemor htvt «pmpi!«a with tarnu «f thU offer. Vnly »vthprfwd Agencies can r»dt »n> tbi» toufon. :' S««H MPMIPTIQN VALUH J/a9 Q» » SHUT r ^AAAAAjQjAAjVVKyVjAira PROCLAMATION HOSPITAL WEEK WHERJ2AS, our hospitals provide a continued high standard of care for our ecromunity in whatever type of illness or disaster; and WHEREAS, a hospital is a -team of skilled workers dedicated to serving the people of our community; and WHEREAS, our hospitals require a constant supply of new personnel to make syllable to Wt people the latest in health care techniques, to meet a variety of patient needs, and to maintain the hospital (plant; therefore BE IT PROCLAIMED that this community in recognition of ^atioAal Hospital Wjee^j, May 13-18, salutes its hospitals and -their staffs, and ealjs attention to the opportunity for personal and community asr-viee *8 & hospital career. c. Doan News By Mrs Lee Klley The following visited at the John Miller home on Sunday: Mr an'd Mrs Earl Bowman and family of Dodge Center. Miten., Mr and Mrs Marvin Rochieau aha family of Ceylon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ross Struthers and family" of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Roger Buffingtpn and son of Kiestef, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Jack Haag and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs Alex Miller of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley and daughter Betty and her girl friend Janet Cunningham spent Sunday at the home of Mr aftd Mrs Chas. Schnebly in Albert Lea, Minn. Others present were Mr and Mrs Richard Nelson, Mr and Mrs Virgil Schnebly and sdtt Dale, Miss Diane Schnebly aftd Mrs Ardis R.oss and daughter Myrtle. The Doan Woman's club had coffee at the home of Mrs Henry Mertz Wednesday morning, May 15. Mrs Henry Mertz and Mrs Bryan Asa were hostesses. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson spent Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Davidson of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Russell Kiley and boys of Creston visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley on Friday. They are really getting rain down aroUnd Creston. Russell said they had three inches of rain before they left home and it was still raining. t F.F.A. Plants Trees Swea & Eagle — The Swea Community School F.F.A. Chaster in cooperation with the State Conservatipn Office, planted trees on the Junior Ellis, Roy Kluger, Francis Torine, Mertoh Roalson, tind Tony Grabianowski farms. 19 Graduate At ledyard, May 14 Ledyard — Tuesday evening. May 14, Ledyard Commencement exercises were held with the following program: Processional, Mrs C. Faugust; Invocation, Father Montag; Special music, Mixed Chorus. Salutatory Address, Ruth Wallentine; Introduction of the speaker, Supt. Leo Willadsen; Commencement Address—"False Values", Dr. Leonard' Murray; Saxophone solo, Ruth Ploeger; Valedictory address, Shirely Udstuen. Presentation of the Class, Supt. Willadsen; Presentation of Diplomas, Ervin Klmksiek; Benediction, Father Montag; Recessional, Mrs C. Faugust. The class roll is as follows: Gerald Kramersmeier. Ann Egesdal, Roy Herzog, Jerry Risk, Marilyn King, Ruth Ploeger, Patricia Farrow, Karen Anderson, Roger McGregor, Karryl Anderson, Ruth wallentine, Ardeen Runksmeier, Richard Friets, Melvin Wentworth, Shirley Udstuen, Francis McDonald, Robert Senen- felder. Jr., Doris Goetz," and Donald Fcnnema. the Itdia fubbet fnaft, played The Snake Dance on the piano. la one of th* circus acts a bo? WM about to be shot out of a cannon when all the lights in the hall suddenly went out, thus it was impossible to obtain an eye wit* ness account of thi* daring performance. As another feature of the program, cub Larry Berg did impersonations of various scouts. Cubmaster Wallace Johnson presented awards to Robert Thompson, Reid Farland, Charles Newitt, Paul Moellering, *John Guyer, Richard Johnson, Ronald Goerdes, Charles Stewart, Rod- ney Smith, tarry fieri, ferry Smith, Robert Boland, Ricky Looft, afid Thomas Hurlburt. Test 20 Dairy Herds In April Twenty dairy nerds were tested on regular D.H.i.A. during April, plus seventeen mote on owner-sampler plan, according to Forrest Hofbauer, supervisor. He reports the following seven herds avefaged over 40 Ibs. of butterfat per cow for the month, they are: Ralph 49.5 Ibs, xxr, * tonka, 44.7 Ibs.; Fentan, 41.8 l Engstrom, Swea Milton Madison. Ibs.; Leefider M» 41.a Jbs.; Walter 41.0 Ibs. §wea City, Bsrtit, TI*- !r«rin Qremmek, Ralph Angle fc City, 41.3 Ibs.; Lone Rock, 41.1 nke, Swea City, Campney, Burt, Robert Genglef of Whittemora was elected last week as 6th district commander of the Amer- .ican Legion in a convention held at Garner. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Writes A Play For Cub Scouts Swea Cily — Den mother Mrs William Guyer could find no acceptable skit for her cub den to present at the monthly pack meeting so as a solution, the versatile Mrs Guyer wrote a play, The Circus Murder Mystery, which her den presented at Wednesday evening's pack meeting at V.F.W. hall. The role of the circus fat lady who was murdered was played by Reid Farland; Richard Johnson effectively handled the parts of both the snake charmer and the masked marvel; and Johnnie O'Green, LETUS MAKE YOUR WILLES CANVAS ' and UPHOLSTERING SHOP 206 Wist State Made to Measure "TARP" NEEDS Any Size.. V Any Weight... To Your Specifications For Your Need For Car . . . Trailer . . . Camping . . . Storage Trucking . . . Storing . . . Large or Small FREE ESTIMATES Gil PRESENT/NG rex* W. proudly proiont FOOD SPEaACUlAR! h'l «9 In fun and •xcltomont... big In Quality and Valuo. H'l waiting, for you now at our matfcot. Com* too... 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