The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Judy Pfeffer Choice At Wesley For Girls State W»»l«f «* Judy Pfeffer, above, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs L L. Pfeffer, has been chosen to represent the Wesley American Legion Auxiliary at Hawkeye Girl's State, which will be held at Iowa State Teacher's College Cedar Falls, June 16 to 22. Duane Price will attend Boy's State in Camp"Dodge in June. He is a junior in high school thL- year and is a son of Mr and Mr? Harold Price. His attendance at Boys' State is sponsored by thp American Legion. Gels Call In Flight 1 Mrs Clara Erdman recently received a telephone call from her son-in-law, M/Sgt. Hubert Bowman of Weisboden, Germany. Who was on a plane flight to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio at »the time. Sgt. and Mrs Bowman, the lat- ter the former Mary Lee Erdman. both work for General Wm. Hefley and left with him for the new assignment in December cf last year. They like their work very much and find living in Germany very comfortable and in many ways luxurious. Baecalaureafs Program At the Baccalaureate program Sunday evening, May 19, Father Edmund Adams of Bancroft was the guest speaker. Nyla Newbrough played the Processional while the 15 seniors inarched in Rev. F. A. Webb gave the invocation; the Girls Chorus sang "Dreamin" Town," accompanied by Nyla Newbrough; Supt. Chas Mullin made a few announcements. Sharlene Downs sang "Trees", accompanied by Mrs Newbrough. Rev. Webb read the Scripture; THE BEST "BUILDER UPPER" IS GOOD IOWA BEEF... The many and varied beef cuts lining the counters of the stores today are loaded with vitamins that all of us need . . . especially the B vitamins. They are vital to growth, proper functioning of the eyes, nerves and heart; they are helpful to digestion, and also aid us in keeping our skin healthy. Beef is one of the richest sources of these B vitamins. Why don't you try the meat counter the next time your buy your vitamins t BODY BUILDING BEEF CAN'T BE BEATEN . . YOU NEED IT EVERY. DAY (P.S. May Is Iowa Beef Month) SPONSORED BY Kossuth County Beef Producers ALGONA the tnlxed chorus aafcg. Rev. Webb gave the benediction and Mrs Newbrough played the recessional. Sharlene Downs is president o! the Class, Willis Erdman, vice- president; Joan Krieps, secretary and Mary Mullin, sponsor. Saturday, May 25 is Poppy Day and members of the American Legion Auxiliary and their helpers will sell the veteran made flower that day. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fisher and son Harvey of Chicago visited Mr and Mrs Oliver Young one day last week. The Fishers who are former Wesleyens were en- route home from a South Dakota Army base where Harvey is stationed and were taking him home for a furlough. Mrs Harold Price gave a birthday party Thursday afternoon for her sister-in-law, Mrs Charles Price. Mrs R. E. Newbrough gave a teenage square dance party Wednesday evening in honor of Alan Jordan's 14th birthday. Harold Seifert, who has been cared for by his mother, Mrs Mary Seifert here the past year was taken to Cherokee Saturday. He was injured in a hunting accident about three years ago and Come Any Time — No Extra Charge For Late Show I CY 4-2057 SATURDAY at 11:15 P.M. MIDNITE HORROR SHOW Vincent Price in "Hone of Wax" -PLUS- IteGot The Beat! RUSTY DRAPER AND THE DtCASTRO SISTERS in "RHYTHM WITH RUSTY" — plus — JOHNNY SAXON THE CHEER-LEADERS and JOHNNIE JOHNSTON in "ROADSHOW" FREE: Pat Boone Records at 11:30 p.m. SUNDAY and MONDAY DELIGHTFUL ROMAN HOLIDAY IN HIS FIRST SOLO STARRING MOVIE! Ittldgine four luscious lovelies-each eager to become a bride- 10,000 bedrooms! CmemaSeope has ftetefr fuMy fecoveted. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton attended a banquet at Lake Okoboji fhafsdajr ecfcniUf of last week, given by the M. & S. R. Produce costumers. Bill Koppen was confined to hte home Friday and Saturday. Theron Hansen substituted foi' him on the rural mail route. Leland and Leslie Pearson, joined others of the Algona Bit and Spur Club Sunday at the Airport there for precision drill work and parade. There are 16 members in the club. Mr ahd Mrs Martin Hamilton had as late breakfast guests, his parents, Mr and Mrs H. G. Hamilton and Dennis of Bancroft, Robert Hamilton of New York City, N. Y., Colette and Lawrence Rockier, Bancroft; Mr and Ml* John Hamilton and four children of Titonka and Mrs Helen Johnson. The family gathering honored the birthdays of H. G. Hamilton, Judy Hamilton, dau* gter of the John Hamilton's who was 8 years old and the first birthday of the Martin Hamilton's daughter, Nancy. Tom McGreevey of Spencer came Friday to get his 2 children, who had been at *t*ie home Of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz and family a week. A baby girl was born to the Me- Greeveys last week. Mr and Mrs John Paulson and Joyce will attend Waldorf college Baccalaureate, May 26, and graduation on May 29 in Forest City. Their daughter, Janice, is a member of the class. She has signed a contract to teach kindergarten in Graettinger next year. Mr and Mrs Gayle M. Studer and children were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of Mr and Mrs Bud Hauptman in Bancroft to help Judy Kay celebrate , her 5th birthday. I Mr and Mrs Harold Penning and children have moved into the P. C. Haynes house. They moved from the Crystal Lake area. Mr Penning is employed at Weiden- hoffs near Algona. Mrs Penning is a granddaughter of Mrs Mary Seifert. Mrs Julius Matz and her sister, Mrs Oswald Lallier of Algona accompanied Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier of Ventura on a trip to Colfax. They stopped at Des Moines and were joined by the women's brother and sister-in- law ,Mr and Mrs Ernest Kelch. They spent the day with their cousin, Father Maurice Charles Kelch, a son of Mr and Mrs Dan Kelch of Edwards, 111. Merlin Studer, son of Mr and Mrs August Studer was recently advanced to S.P. 3rd Class. He is with the U.S. Army in Yoka- homa. Roy Smith from Carlswell Air Force Base near Fort Worth. Texas is expected home in June on a 15-day furlough. The C. D. of A. will hold & reception of new members Tuesday evening, May 28. Mary, Richter, Donna Studer, Marfb Loebig, Ann Arndorfer and Veronica Erdman are on the entertainment committee, Helen Youngwirth, Bernice Vitzthum, Rose Lickteig, Marie Bleich, Mary Bode,' Madeline Grant, Rosemary Stott, Tracy Ward, Wilma Froelich, Bernadine Hildman- and Audra Doughan are on the serving committee. Mr and Mrs Arthur Larson and daughters of Renwick were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Herman Wise home. Prairie Pals met May 18 with Delores and Darlene Studer at the August Studer home for a Mother's Day Tea. Business was conducted by Julie Nygaard. Plans for Rally Day were made. Julie plans to be a candidate tor a county office. Merle Ann Harig and Ruth Wise will attend the District Camp at Clear Lake. Thursday, May 28, 1*57 Algeria (la.) Upper D*t Melntt-B Patsy O'Brien and Jeaftette Kellner were hostesses, letft Reding Passed out the fair fift Graduation For St. Joe Seniors Is Friday St. Joe — High school graduation exercises will take place in St. Joseph's church Friday at 3 p.m. with Father Francis Illg of Ogden the commencement speaker. Class includes Jean Becker, Theresa Berte, Beatrice Bonnann, JoAnn Bormann, Kay Ann Friders, Margaret Gales, Alice Illg, Alma Illg. Catherine Hilbert, Irma Laubenthal, Donna Thai, Lois Willfong, Gerald Reding, Thomas Reding, Donald Wagner and Jerome Weydert. Rustler Units Met The regular meeting of Riverdale Rustlers Unit I was held May 11. Before the meeting began, contestants in the good § rooming contest were judged, everal trying out for the "Country Girls Creed" were also judged. Dianne Reding and Karen Zcimet will go to camp and Betty Wagner will go to Ames for the convention. After the meeting Jo Ann Welter and Mary Alma O'Brien gave a demonstration. Following this the winners in good grooming were announced: Lois Willfong, senior division; Alice Reding, intermediate; and Mary Illg, jr. division. The creed winner was also announced with Dianne Reding winning. A lunch was served by Mary Alma O'Brien, Janet and Dianne Reding and their mother's. The regular meeting of Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 was held May U. Good grooming contest was held. The winners were: senior—Patsy O'Brien, intermediate — Judy Zeiinet. and Junior, Mary Lou Gales. Delegates to camp and convention were chosen. Joan Reding and Alice Sue Bormann go to camp at Clear L».ke and Jo A,*u> Erpeidiog will go to btate convention at Ames. Mr and Mrs Clem Elfa and son from Omaha, Neb., spent the weekend at the Mike Marso home Mrs Elf a, is the iornier Rita Marso, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Marso. Mr and Mrs Norbert Frideres, Tommy and Betty were Sunday dinner guests in the Marvin Eischen home, St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs John Wilmes from St. Cloud, Minn., spent the weekend here with Mr Wilmes' sister, Mrs Louise Thul. other relatives and friends. A pre-nuptial shower will be given in honor of Gertrude McLaughlin Thursday evening in St. Joseph parish hall. Miss McLaughlin of Belmond will be the bride of Ralph Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann of St. Joseph's parish, June 4 at Belmond. Annie Hellica of Algona is assisting with the household duties here in the Wilfred Kohlhaas home. Carol Marie Kohlhaas, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, was baptized in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher Sunday, morning. Mrs Duane Arend and Francis B. Gisch were sponsors. Dinner guests in the Kohlhaas home in observance of the baptism of their daughter were the Francis B. Gisch, and Duane Arend families from Algona and the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas from St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann entertained at a buffet supper in their home Sunday evening in honor of their daughter, Virginia's, graduation from St. Josefih Mercy School of Nursing in Fort Dodge. Guests were Mr and Mrs Andrew Laubenthal and Irma, Mrs Peter Bormann, Mrs Frartk Hilbert and Kathy and Mr and Mrs Albert Thilges and family, Mr and Mrs Will Thilges Jr., Lois Willfong all from here, Christine and Joe Schmalen and Mr and Mrs Norbert Knecht from West Bend, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bormann, Darrel and Gene from Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Edmund Friders and family of Algona and Mrs Gordon Hilbert from Wesley. Mrs Peter Reding entertained, the Five Hundred Club in her home Wednesday of this week, The baseball game scheduled for Sunday with St. Joe high school and Clare cancelled due to the rain is to be played on Sunday June 2, on the local diamond. Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner entertained at a buffet supper in the local K. C. Hall Sunday evening following Baccalaureate exercises of St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing in honor of their daughter, Carol, who was a class member. Those attending were maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Lenertz, Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz and family all of Livermore; Mr and Mrs Nick Reding of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Bob Reding and family and Delmer Reding of Algona, Mr and Mrs George Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs John B. Reding and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner and family, Mrs Adeline Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Friders and sons. Mr and Mrs Marvin Reding and family, Mrs M. T. McGuire and family and Bernard Thilges all from here. New Seal Coat, Fenton Streets Fenion — Fenton is getting a sealcoat for its 36 blocks of blacktop this week, and in addition, two more blocks will be asphalt paved by the Everds Bros, crew from Algona. The total street improvement program will cost about $4,000. Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee. Delmer and Lonnie of Estherville were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Kenneth Halverson home. Saturday, May 25 — Legion Auxiliary Plant sale. Thursday, May 30 — Annual Memorial .Day observance at the Fenton Park. Friday, May 31 — St. John Lutheran W.M.F. at Depew. BIG ONE At Iowa City, Ted Cobb of Corydon caught one of the big ones of the early season recently a 26-pound flathead. It measured 37 Vz inches in length. Ends Thursday: Judy Holliday in "FULL OF LIFE" FRIDAY and SATURDAY GEORGE NADER-JULIE ADAMS-MAR I ANNE COOK-EISA MARTINELLI GIA SCALA -SYDNEYCHAPIIN• GRANTWllI UJIK. IflHNGAVIN PLUS THIS CO-HIT DEADLY CURSE Cf AZTEC TREASURE KT.CRIM JUSTICE OF THE... PARKER CORDAY MAClANE t~t W Mi • H» MR M • MB MU • HI MM • KL1 IVK • HMt WUM wlin • wws* • a m$~.'w w-mval. fHIS FAMILY STORY BOOK MAKES DREAMS COME TRUE You'll reach your goals sooner with the dollars we add in regular earnings to your savings account with us. 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