m Honor Grads At Ottosen With Parties , Following Commencement at Twin Rivers High School at Bode, Thursday "evening, memtfers of the class from this area were honored in their homes. Guests at the Merle Holt home for their daughter Priscilla included Mrs Lee Holt and Sandra, John and Barbara ot Spencer, Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and Douglas, Mrs Hattie Daniel, Mr and Mrs Floyd Holt and family of Algona, Margaret Holt, Mrs Paul Espinosa and Debra ot Mason City, Mr and Mrs John Mullins, Mrs Leonard Mullins and Harold and Don Mullins all, of Cofwith, Mary Birmbaumer of Renwick, Earl Chambers and Nancy of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann, Jerry and Neil and Glen Jacobson of Rutland . At the Melvln Ellingson for their son Ronald guests included Mr and Mrs Ernest Habcger and girls, Mrs Clyde Gingerich and girls and Mr and Mrs Joe Traub and boys all of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Harold Landmesser and children of Gilmore City, Mr and Mrs Les Johnson and Sharon .of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Eldon Ellingson and sons of Mallard, Mf and Mrs Oscar Ellingson and Mr and Mrs John Benjamin of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Charles Ellingson . At the Donald Usher home for their daughter Martha guests were Mr and Mrs Tom Olson, Mr and Mrs Orville Olson and family all of Bode, Mrs Helen Rasmussen, Mr and Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Peter Mullahy and Joan of Goldfield, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann, and Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain. At the Jacob Rug home for their daughter Elsie were Betty Beich and Naomi Strayer of Algona. Guests Ai Shower Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Olvin Haug and Cade Mae, Mrs Richard Kinseth and Karen and Mrs James Barber and Donna Lou and Rhonda Mae of West Bend attended a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs Donald Naeve at the Legion Hall in Humbpldt Sunday afternoon. The Oliver Kinseths and the James Barber family of West Bend were, dinner guests Sunday at the OJvin Haug home. Rural Club Meets The Ladies Rural Club met Saturday evening at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper. This was also a farewell for a member, Mrs Hollis Cooper, who .with the children will bu leaving this week to join Mr Cooper who is at Merry- vllle, La. Hostesses were Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Sam Kropf, Mrs Art Lovig, Mrs Mike Frohling Algona - Sunday Dean Martin and the glamorous European star, Eva Baftok, are two of the romantic principal in M-G-M's new CinemaScope musical, "Ten Thousand Bedrooms." Also in the all-star cast are Anna Maria Alberghetti, Dewey Martin, Walter Sleaak and Paul Henreid. This new musical hit plays next Sunday and Monday at the Algona theatre. and Mrs Anna Leist. Committees for next year were announced as follows: proeram committee, Mrs R6y TelfbrC chairman, Mrs Albert Thbssen and,Mrs Kermit Fowler; social committee, Mrs Edward Zinnel, chairman, Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Sam Kropf and Mrs Anne Leist; welfare committee, Mrs Art Lovig, chairman and Mrs Earl Long; garden committee, Mrs Essie Cooper, chairman, Mrs Mike Frohling and Mrs Lester Wehrspann. , American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper. This group will have Poppy Day sale on Sat* urday, May 25th. Mr and Mrs Silas Banwart and their daughter Berniece and Marie and Darlene Metzger, the latter of West Bend, returned Monday following a three day trip to Kansas where they visited a son-in-law and daughter oi the Banwarts. Mrs W. H. Wehrspann is a surgical patient at the University Hospital in Iowa City. Mr Wehrs- pann is staying there with her. Sunday evening visitors at the Allan Wehrspann home were Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson, Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan and Mr and Mrs Raymond Zinnel and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Paul Berninghaus of Algona visited Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Antone Speich. Ruth Spcich of Ames spent the weekend at the parental Antone Speich home. ... Hr «,and i Mrs Richard KropJ and family and Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf were Sunday dinner guests at the Marvin Kropf home at Bode. Mr and Mrs Vernon Waechter ol Cylinder visited' Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Anthony Waechter. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Telford home were Mrs Helen Rasmussen and Margaret Holt and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann. Mr and Mrs Don Lange 01 Cedar Falls spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Long. Gathering for Mother's Day at the Raymond Loos home were Mr and Mrs Richard Loos of Davenport, Mr and Mrs Robert Loos and girls of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Dean Loos and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Mrs Howard Hellickson, county 4-H committeewomart has been busy this week judging Good Grooming at the local clubs. Mrs W. G. Cooper artd Mrs Essie Cooper attended Commencement at the Bradgate school Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family visited at the Harold Nelson home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Stratford were Sunday dinner guests at the John Vinaas home and afternoon visitors at the Eugene Hofius home. Other visitors the Eugene Hofius home were Mr and Mrs Frank Hofius of Algona. Marsha Bayse of Humboldt Spent from Monday until Wednesday at the Howard Hellickson home. Mr and Mrs Anthony Waechter and Donald and Gary attended Veishea at Iowa State College at Ames on Saturday. Also attending Veishea was Peter Holt who accompanied Mr and Mrs John Mullins and Tom of Corwith. Mrs Earl LoQg observed her birthday Sunday, May 19 and guests that day to honor her were Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family of Bode, Mr and Mrs H. H. Long of Fairmont, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Don Lange of Cedar Falls. Randall Watnem who will observe his birthday May 25, was honored at a party at the parental Percy Watnem home Saturday evening. Members of the eight grade class were guests. Ledyard Girl, Lakota Youth Are Engaged Ledyard — Mr and Mrs C. L. Egesdal announce the engagement of their daughter Ann Marie to Robert Wallentine, son of Mr and Mrs Theodore Wallentine of Lakota. Miss Egesdal graduated from the Ledyard Community school with the class of-'57. H%r fiance is a sophomore at Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, Minn. There has been no wedding date set. THE IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT Portable Typewriters \ ALL MAKES Smith-Corona Remington Royal Underwood MANY IN THE NEW POPULAR COLORS $74.50 and Up l-USED REMINGTON PORTABLE THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED $38.50 Time Payment Plans Are Available-As Low As $1.25 Per Week We Invite You To See and Use Them Upper Des Moines Pub "Co, ™ ™ , * ^pwff Office Supply Dept, 8th On Wednesday evening there was 8th grade promotion at the school auditorium. Class roll members are Richard feerhow, Vernon McGregor, Marion Burt, John Miller, Janis Goetz, Roger Nitz, Ellen Gordon, Virgil Geihaus, Betty Herzog, Dale Packer. Donna Ingebritson and Gloria Pingel. Beth Johnson, Bruce Rhoda, Marlin Johnson, Darlene ttichter, Sandra Johnson, LaVonne Rieh- ter, Darwin Jorgensotij Carol Runksmeier, Pamela Keil, Elaine Steinberg, Bernard Lloyd, Virgil Wallentine, Dean Logeman, Ellen Wibben, Vernon Masterson, David Winter and Dorothy Zielske. Hamad Band Queen Armon Rhoda, 16, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Rhoda of Elmore has been chosen as Ledyard Community school band queen for the Mason City, North Iowa Band Festival on June 11. She Will be a senior next year. She has been active in many School activities. Tuesday afternoon the ABC club met at the home of Mrs J* F. Sullivan lo help her celebrate her birthday. Lunch was served by Mis A. E. Weaver and Mrs S. P. Powers. Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse and Douglas and Diane and Mrs Wm. Green spent last week Sunday at Baxter visiting Mrs Green's sister Mrs Louise Ziemke and helping her celebrate her birthday Mr and Mrs Harlan Logeman and family of Pemberton, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Estle. After graduation on Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Ray Wentworth entertained the following guests in honor of Melvin's graduation: Mr and Mrs John Wentworth of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Donald Wentworth of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Harry Wentworth of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Gus Nerdig of Bricelyn, Minn., Mrs, Alvin Richardson of Swea City, I Mr and Mrs Delbert Wentworth I and Paul, Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth and family. Mr and ' Mrs Paul Nitz and Paula, all of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Henry Schaumberg and Henrietta of Elrnore. Mr and Mrs C. L. Egesdal and daughters Linda and Jane went to Story City on Sunday and visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Bert Stensland. Mr and Mrs C. L. Egesdal entertained the following guests in honor of Ann's graduation on last Tuesday evening, May 14; Mrs Lola Eichom, Mr and Mrs Donald Eichorn and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Eichorn, and Mr and Mrs Earl Eichorn and Miriam, Mr and Mrs Everett Teems and Marlys all of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Harold Lunning and family of Frost, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ingvald Askeland and family of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Herman Haager, Thursday, May 23, 191? Algonn (la.) Upper DM MolnM-7 Mr and Mrs Clayton Hoseboro and Terrv. Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Jr. of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Saniord Eirhorn of Ven- zuela. South America. 'Vim'Diet Bread Appears Here In line with the current widespread interest in slenderizing and dieting, a new special diet bread, "Vim", took its place In local food outlets here today. The diet loaf is built to a formula featuring a combination of animal and vegetable proteins, to help burn up excess body fats, according to Dr. Wendell Reeder. f»od research chemist. It also has a low caloric content, with ont- slice of Vim bread containing less than 47 calories. The formula includes soya flour, lactalbumin, unbleached flour made of a special combination of winter wheat, spring wheat, cracked wheat, wheat germ, vitamins, and minerals. The new diet loaf is made by the bakers of Colonial Bread. Julius Bollig At Rochester Mrs Clarence Metzger has been staying with her mother, Mrs Julius Bollig at Bancroft, while her father is at Rochester. Thurs* day Mrs Bollig, Mrs Metzger and. Gordon Bollig spent the day at Rochester, visiting Mr Bollig. Mrs Bollig and Donald Bollig remained and Howard Bollig re* turned home. Sunday, Mr Bollig was brought home and is getting along as well as can be expected. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IN FIVE DELICIOUS FLAVORS ! ao&dl Ts~ t», fe .•v IS, •"**"• w'** H When You Buy A 6 Bottle Carton at the Regular Price! (PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT) AVAILABLE AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE Modified Stock Car Races - Blue Earth THURSDAY, MAY 30 - 15 CARS TO RACE Sponsored by the American Legion t jf'*|'* .
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