CARD OF THANKS Committee 'wishes to take a ^ ost sincere* -Thank You' * the ? omm «««y who ailed in makin ,8l fl . m , ort fu^essful on record. We can'assurfe you it a grand affair in all respects ... and if the 'kids' || they seemed to say, all can feel well repaid for the 6-Atsono (la.) Upper DM Motnet Thursday, May 14, IW Father Montag, Ledyard, a ' - i To Observe Silver Jubilee Special Thanks To Firms Who Donated Prims Security State Bank ... * Iowa State Bank * Graham's Dept. Store * Ed Cullen Hardware * Shilts Shoe Store * Honsbruch Drug Store • * United Variety Store » Langmack's Variety « Harrison's 6c to $1.00 * Chrischilles Store , * Coast-to-Cdast Store * J. C. Penney Company * Fowlers * Gamble Store * Leuthold-Williams (Hub) * Home Federal Savings & Loan * Assn. 7 •••:'.-. * S & L Stores * Smoke Shop * Algona 1 Pr6duce * 7-Up Bottling Co. Beecher Lane Appliances Bjustrom's Furniture Co. Jean's Dress Shop Foster Furniture f Elva & Jessie's >> Rusk Drug — Jewelry Thuen" e Pharmacy Hall-Strahorn Hdwe. Hutzell's Kirk's Shoe Store Sharp's Jewelry Davis Paint Store Diamond's Surplus Store Wiltgen Jewelers Algona Reminder Zender's Christensen's Western Auto Store Algona Greenhouses Special Thanks To The Veterans of Foreign Wars and Bud Zender For Their Cooperation , . . „,.-. ,,- ... . . , . ^ . We, the undersigned members of the "After-The-Prom-Party 1 Committee,.wish also to send a special message of 'Thanks' to the parents of the Juniors.and Seniors. These parents contributed an amount in excess of $300.00 cash to help see this annual event on its way. Thanks, parents I . "AFTEH-THE-PROM-PARTY" COMMITTEES General Co-Chairmen Mr and Mrs Berle Priebe -. Mr and Mrs Ken Strahorn Finance Chairman — Brail Wright General Committee Members ' Mr and Mrs Ray Funk Helen Mikes Mr and Mrs Chet Cook Mrs Wm. Anderson Theatre Committee Mr and Mrs Ray Gilbert Mr and Mrs Oscar Metcalf Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan Entertainment Committee Mr and Mrs Russ Pi'ckett Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson /. • ' . ' . . ' Prize Committee Ray Gilbert Lawrence Hutzell Ethel Ross Brail Wright Driver Service Chet Cook ' 4 Ken Strahorn Breakfast Committee Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith Mr and Mrs Russ Pickett Mr, and Mrs Theo Hutchison Mr and Mrs Perry Lbwman "Mrs H. S. Montgomery Mr and Mrs Casey Loss ' This "Card of Thanks" Published By: L ' "AFTER-THE-PROM-PARTY" COMMITTEE May 21 marks the silver a"n niversary of ordination of Rev. Bernard J." Montag, pastor of Sacred Heart Church at Ledyard. To observe this occasion, the Rosary Society of the Ledyard Parish is sponsoring a program and supper in his honor on Sunday afternoon, May 19. His mother, Mrs Henry Montag, West Bend, and other rela* lives from that vicinity together with friends from the territory surrounding Ledyard and parishioners from Sacred Heart Church are gathering together to observe this anniversary. Father Montag was born n^ai West Bend on Jan. 6, 1907, son of the late Henry Montag and Mrs Montag. He was educated in Fern Valley Township in Palo Alto County, Rodman Public School and in St. Peter and Paul Parochial School at West Bend. Was Ordained In September, 1920, he began his preparatory work of studying for the priesthood at the Minor Seminary of St. Francis de Sales in Milwaukee, Wis., graduating from there in 1928. Theological training was received in Kenrick Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. He was ordained on May 21, 1932, at the Cathedral of the Epiphany in Sioux City by tho late Bishop Heelan. Father Montag's first assignment as a priest was that of as sistant to the pastor at Sacrec Heart ChurcTi, Templeton. In November, 1938, he was appointed as pastor of St. Mary's church at Ute. Was Chaplain At that time he entered' the Army of the United States as a Military Chaplain to serve for the duration of World War II. On Aug. 17, 1951, he was transferred to Ledyard, to become pastor of Sacred Heart Church there, and has been at Ledyard since. In addition to the jubilee observance to be held in Ledyard on Sunday, another celebration, this one sponsored by the imme r diate family of Father Montag, will be ^eld. in West Bend on Monday.' On that date there will be - a Solemn High Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Peter and Paul's Church at 10, followed by a dinner for visiting priests, relatives and friends and held in the Church basement at 11:45; also an open house for all friends and relatives between 2 and 4 p.m. at the church basement in West Bend. Everyone is cordially invited. Two St. Joe Girls To Be Nurse Grads We're Moving Again (NO COMMENTS, PLEASE!)/ of o ondDP ° infers Are "«"« «» Work Remodeling Our New Store ... The Former d l?w7 Re n^'Sl °" St ° te Street ' ' ' We ' re Fixi "9 to Move There Shortly lK if °" r PERMANE NT Home ... But Right Now We're Letting Go Of Lots te Merchandise ... And We're Really Letting Go of It ! I ! CLEAR (Speakers For Commencement Named Here Seniors at St. Cecelia Academy and Algona high school are; nearer than ever to graduation day. . t i Msgr. Bernard Bauer, former assistant priest here, will deliver the graduation address to 26 St. Cecelia seniors in the church Sunday, May 26. .Diplomas will also be awarded at that time. The Sodality breakfast and crowning ceremony at St. Cece- liai will be held Sunday morning, May 19, and all seniors will spend | their skip day at Lake Okoboj alii day Monday. May 20. Aware Day, .which is slated, for May 24 is also the final day, of schobl al St. Cecelia. The high school's 63 seniors .will get their diplomas during commencement exercises in the high school auditorium Friday, May 31, at 8 p.m. Dr. Howard Bowen, Grinnell College presi-' dent, will deliver 'the address prior to the presentation Of diplomas by school officials. The seniors also plan to attend Veishea at Ames tomorrow, Fri-day; May 17, and will tangle with the' juniors during the annual field day -the following Friday in.-a series of athletic events set to > get underway at 2 pan. May 24 at the Athletic Park. Members of the faculty, will be hosts to the seniors at their annual breakfast May 25 at 8 a.m. in Call State Park,, and Rev. Roland Andrews, First Baptist minister, will be featured speaker al baccalaureate services Sunday May 26, at 8 p.m. in the auditorium. Carol Wagner At Temporary Location Across From Court House Thursday-Friday-Saturday — EXAMPLES! VALUES UP TO $8.00 MEN'S DRESS SHOES....3.99 WASHABLE-REVERSIBLE Going at MENS JACKETS .J.87 M A ]CHING<Tan.Grey) $3.00 Kind UNIFORM PANTS W ^_^_^^^ - •'•so vaiue g e HELP YOURSELF! FISHING TACKLE CASTING or SPINNING REELS 2EBCO. Reg. 19.5Q — Sale Price 11.88 JOHNSON CENTURY, Reg. 17.95 Sale Price n.sa ZEBCO Model No. 11, Reg. 12.50 Sale Price 7,99 PFLUEGER SUPREME, Reg. 35.00 Sale Price 22.93 LANGLEY SPINFLO, Reg. 17.95 Sale Price 1 jo.88 SHAKESPEARE, Reg. 6.50—Sale Price 3.74 2.98 Reel and 1.98 Rod M AA 4.96 Value Se 2,99 DIAMOND'S Now Across From Courthouse SURPLUS STORE Soon Bac On Stale Street Si. Joe — Virginia Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, and Carol Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, all of St. Joseph's parish here, will graduate from St. Joseph's Mercy School'.- of- (Nurs- nSi»:Baccalaureate exercises will 3e held on Sunday, May 19, in 3t. Edmond Auditorium in Fort Dodge. Commencement exercises will be held Sunday afternoon, May 26, at 2 o'clock in Heelan High School Auditorium in Sioux City. Carol and Virginia are both. 1954 graduates of St. Joseph's High School here. Fdrewel! For 2 Ledyard Faculty Ledyard—On last Monday evening the Methodist church had a fellowship pot luck supper at the church honoring Mr and Mrs Dale Canfield and Mr and Mrs Norris Hines, who are moving from Ledyard as soon as school is out. Mr Canfield has accepted a position as District Sales Manager for Skelly Oil Company and they will live, in Omaha. Mr Canfield has been Band Instruc- or for the past four x years. Mr lines has accepted a position with the Maytag Company at Newton and they will move this weak Saturday. Mr Hines has seen girls coach and mathematics nstructor in high school for the iast four years. Legion Auxiliary Not Selling Mags Due to the fact magazine sales- nen have been making their ounds in this vicinity recently, •Irs Ned Hardgrove, president of the American Legion Auxiliary here, issued a- warning Tuesday. The local auxiliary is not conducting a magazine drive at this time, so anyone who claims to be a representative of that organization after knocking at your door is not telling the truth, according to Mrs Hardgrove. Mrs Wayne Hanson, new hospital equipment chairman, who was named recently to replace Mrs G. D. Brundage, may be contacted by anyone in the county interested in using any of the auxiliary's equipment. Injured In Fall' Lone Rock—Mrs Lillie Thompson fell while in her yard Friday and broke her left arm just above the wrist. She is coming along as well as can be expected. Hospital Tag Days This Week Members of St. Ann hospital's auxiliary will conduct Tag Days, Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, during National Hospital Week. Previous Tag Days, membership drives and rummage »8le» have been responsible ,, for the purchase of many * items now being used at the ™?W*» l - * nv««e's scholarship is also being offered due to funds raised by the auxi- Suspect Home Talent, Theft At Whittemore Authorities are still trying to come up with all the necessary answers following theft of $250 in currency and coins from the Legion hall at Whittemore during the weekend. The theft was discovered by Robert Braatz, an employee, when he went to the Legion hall early Sunday afternoon., The theft of the cash occurred sometime between closingjtime at 10:30 p.m. Saturday and the time Braatz entered the place. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst 'was notified and investigated. -,,En- tranpe to 4he building was gained after the thieves shattered a pane of glass in'.a dpor. They then reached .in and released a lock. After getting -into the structure, a door was torn off a cabinet an the money box ransacked. Checks, which were kept in the box beside the cash, were no disturbed, and as far as can bt= determined, nothing but the $250 was taken. The theft at the' Whittemore Legion hall is the first in the county since break-in artists entered two grocery stores at Wesley during a spree that carried them across the entire north portion of Iowa several months ago. Further investigation and work on the case, which may have been the work of criminals from this area, has been promised by Sheriff Lindhorst. V.F.W. Benefit To Aid Crippled Tickets are now on sale by V.F.W. and Auxiliary members for a benefit dance aimec} at raising an Algona quota of $350 as a contribution from the local organization to a state drive to raise funds to build a crippled children's camp. 'A dance will be held Saturday May.25, at the V.F.W. hali; and donators will receive a ticket to the event for one dollar contributed. Ed Wolf is general chairman, with committee members including Roger Palmer, John Good-, man, Merle Wellendorf, Henry Arndorfer and Fred Plumb. Boy McMahon will act as treasurer for the fund. Children to be eligible do not have to be in veteran's families to attend the proposed camp. 75th Anniversary For 1st Lutheran At the First Lutheran church. Sunday morning, May 19-, Rev! Raynold Lingwall of Des Moines will give the sermon in dedication of the new altar, pulpit and accessories. He is president of Iowa Conference of Augustana Lutheran churches. The service is also in observance of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Algona church in 1882. A pot-luck dinner will be served following the services which begin at 11 o'clock. Sunday, Oct. 13, will be observed as communion day and a former pastor, Rev. Melville Sjostrand of La Porte, Ind. will conduct services. On this confirmation reunion Sunday, Rev. Palmer .Sellstrom, former Algonan, will be guest speaker at the afternoon meeting. The tongue is the most delicate organ of touch. Bancroft Nine Loses, Sub-State Stf John's Of Baricfdft Ml w Mason City, 3-0, In th$ first rownc of the sub*stfite baseball tournament at Mason City, the win, the defending champs — them Into the finale of the ey where they will meet *»«« wha this afternoon (Thursday),, Kanawha advahced to the lii als with a 6-2 victory over Gwn* n the first game Wednesday* The games had been.postpon wice, and were originally slat for Monday. St. John's is the only team which has decisioned the M.O- hawks so far this year, the oiuy defeat suffered by Mason City over a two year period* Grade Chorus Program, Friday The Eighth Grade chonts \~~ present a program FWday evening, May 17, at 8 pan. in the hijh school auditorium. A variety of entertainment -has been planned under the direction of Mrs Laliace Sefrit. Dennis Waller will be master of ceremonies for the program which will include numbers by the chorus with several solo parts, A Calypso trio composed of Bill Bourne, Lee Lawson and Eugene Wittkopf will entertain, and a girl's trio composed of Barbara Remders, Pat Hurt. Rosemary Medin will sing accompaied on the glokenspiel by Barbara Bartlett. mm Item SIU MONUB NSTANTCOHTROli See The 1957 MOZ-ALL MOWERS at ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Like a St. Bernard- is famed for DEPENDABILITY Fined $5, Costs Mayor C. C. Shierk fined Albin H. Depue of Algona $5 and costs following a hearing in his court Wednesday morning. Depue was charged with going through a stop light; < We Hope You Are Enjoying Your Tours of the New Telephone Building! 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We're installing the newest and latest model in scientific air conditioning through the use of ducts, thus insuring an even, continuous flow of healthful air in all parts of the store. Both the downstairs and ready-to-wear department will be thus equipped making it possible to shop here, in comfort during the hottest summer months. So forgive the mess and noise during the next few weeks; it's all part"of a plan to constantly improve our facilities .and physical set-up. After all, we can't inv prove the QUALITY of our merchandise, Progress (is one of i our) Most Important < Products!
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