The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 4
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4-Afgono On.) Upp*r D« M«tn*« Thundov, May 30, 195? Novel Program Honors Ottosen Bride-To-Be Oltosen — Barbara Enorkson. Jun-j bride-elect, was honored at a miscellaneous shower .Fridaj even:!!? in the Lutheran Church parlo; s. The program \\ as n "take-off" tin the Queen for E Day television program. Mrs H J. Nielsen was master of ceremonies. Taking parts of the contestants were Mrs Laurel \Vors- ter, Mrs Merle Holt and Mr> Loran Daniel. When one con testant failed to appear one \va.- ehosen from the audience and she was the bride-to-be. Oi course, she was elected queen for a day and presented with all of the beautifully wrapped gifts Other numbers on the program included a vocal solo by Martha Usher and a flute solo by P:-;-:- cilla Holt. Mrs Holt accompanied both of the musical number. 1 at the piano. The bride-to-be was assisted in opening her -gifts by her sister, Mrs Lowell Shrlsrren of Gilmore City and Caroline Bamv;\rt and Priscilla Holt. Wanda Jacobin had charge of the Mue^t book. Hostesses wore Mrs Berth:: Jacobson. Mrs CVt\u Opprdah!. Mrs Iflarle Holt. Mrs Loran Dan ief. Mrs Earl Olson. Mrs Olive; Kinseth. Mrs Laurel WorsUr, Mrs Peter Enoekson. Mrs H. J Nielsen. Mrs Clifford »"ones ami Mrs Knut Oppedahl. Miss Enoekson, dnu.chtev of Mv and Mrs Roy Enocks.ni, will bu married June 23 ai 2 o'clock in the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottosen to Merlin Anderson, soi, of Mr and Mrs John Krisdiel. also of Ottosen. Sheila Sullivan Graduate, June 3, Indiana College Algona Air Cadet To Attend Camp' Theodore Hansen of Algjna is one of 54 Iowa State College ar force ROTC cadets who will attend camp sessions in the next few weeks as a part of their ai: force training program. H-insfi will rot-five hi? train ing at Craig Air Force Base but you con protect your income from your crops with* Hail and Fire insurance in ... BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 No. Dodge Call CY 4-4443 Home Office — was GRAND AW. — Des Moines, Iowa Eight ounces of VIM will supply 45.5% of the daily requirements of protein for an active woman 25 years of age and contains less than 590 calories. VIM is the high protein — special diet bread for young and old alike. VIM TASTES GOOD...TOASTS GOOD /4i ywvi fawtite fowC tfone BY THE BAKERS OF COLONIAL BREAD DURABLE Outdoors, indoor*, anywhere anytime! Pratt & Uroberl Efferto Euamel bring* sparkling tatittr to anyUupg of wood or . Easy to use. F*»t drying. Wear and in»m. &ick dee tone*.! Abo Black and W Building Supply Co. WAUFAPfc* Sheila Sullivan, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. W. Sullivan, 1\1 E. Call St., Algona, will receive the bachelor, of science degree in elementary education at the. 116th Commencement ex- erciSe* of Saint Mary-of-the- Woods College. Sailit Mary-of- the-Woods (near Teirre Haute), Ind., June 3. During her senior year Miss Sullivan was copy editor of Les Bois (yearbook) and a member of the Senior Ball court. Junior year she was a member of the Prom court. The education major held membership in the College sodality and. the Future Teachers of America. Young Lakota Couple Speak Vows, May 19th Lckoia — Merlene Thomsen. daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Thomson and Robert Sheldahl. son of Mr and Mrs Ed Sheldahl, were married at 2:30 p.m., May 19. The double ring ceremony was performed in the Lutheran church by Rev. L. R. Mieneckc. Tlje bride was attended by her sister Karen ,and Edwin Stcrizel was best man. Mr and Mr* Sheldahl were both members of the 1957 graduating class. ,They will make their home on the Thomsen farm. Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena went to, WesU.U^ion Sunday to attend- ; a receptiori for "Bev. and Mr:- Geniltl Ukena in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary on June 1 and Gerald's 18th year as minister of the West Union Presbyterian church. Gerald Ukena and Violet Frerking were married in the Lakota Presbyterian church by the bride's father, Rev. O. H. Frerking. Rev. and Mrs Ukena have three children. Mr and Mrs Elmer Paulson and family were Sunday dinner guests al the John Wclhouseii nome near Titonka. Geralct Welhousen was home for a furlough until June. Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter, Mrs Gottlieb Ilieitei-, Mrs Emory Smith and Allen attended the ' gradaution of their niece, Mareki Hartshorn at Fenion. They were ut-sis oi Air and Mrs Caleb Hartshorn after the program. Mrs Orviile Kuny accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger of Ledyard to tire Sentral Commence- ment.at Fenton, Tuesday night, Their nephew, Ronald • Johanneson, was a graduate, The- Acorn Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Burdette Hoeppner. Miss Mary Staudt, County Home Economist, was guest speaker and demonstrated different breads. Mr Frank Wichael of Spirit Lake, a district boy goout representative, was a guest'^of the community club at flieir regulai monthly dinner meeting Wednes- day'night. Mr Wichael showed colored slides of boy scout activities. Mr and Mrs Mike H. Winter of Venice, Calif., who have been visiting at the Ernest Wortman home and with other relatives left Saturday, Mr and Mrs Thomas Lewis and Mary Ellen of LaCresenta, Calif., visited the former's sister, Mivs •Fred Schroeder and Mr Schroeder, Thursday and Friday, ana the Harvey Reid family at Algona. They are enroute to Ohio, the home of Mrs Lewis' paranu. The Lincoln and Ledyarc Township Farm Bureau members held a joint meeting Thurs aay night in the City Hall. > panel discussion, "iufi'ctj; of i. changing population of your community" was led by Raymond Johnson. Par.el member*, were Bilrdette Hoeppner. William Murra, Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Robert Johnson. Mrs Robert Hamilton underwent an appendectomy Taosda.v afternoon, at the Buffalo Center Hospital. William Bauman was brought home Friday from the Buftalo Center hospital where he had been for several days. Dr. and Mrs R. L- Williams left Thursday morning for their summer home at R*d Lake, Canada- The Lutheran Bible school opened May 21 and the Presbyterian school will begin May 27. Allen Smith came from the Great Lakes Npval Training Center, Monday, and visited until Thursday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Emory Smith. They took him to Des Moines to get the tram back to camp. Mothers Quests, Plum Creek Tea The Plum Creek Elite 4-H girls had a Mother's Day Tea in honoi of their mothers and grandmoth ers. Janice Bode aftd Mary. Keitl sang solos. Harriet Benstftoter' Marlys Long, Jdan Ward and Jean Keith were in a skit. Ann Steven and Glenda Gabfielleson had a clarinet duet. Afntt Sigsbee, Ruth Benschoter, Linda Clark gave readings. Sara Clark announced. The following played the piano: Susan Bode, Susan Hoovtr and Audrey Gardner. Margaret Keith had charge of a game. Mrs Elizabeth Schenck was the judge. The girls who won the good grooming' contest were Joan Ward, Margaret Keith and Sara Clark. Lunch was served. IF IT'S HLWS WE WAltT 11 Five Pines Here In J, P, Court Five men paid fines on a var iety of traffic violations it, Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week. A Blue Earth, Minn. man. Angel Cervantes, paid fines total- ling $64.20 and costs on charges of overwidth vehicle, overload on registration and exle over- load, filton E. Adams, Madrid, paid $24 and costs on an over- Width vehicle count; Viggo E. Pedersen, Irviftgton, was fined $10 and costs for passing a school bus; Raymond G. Penning. Wtslcy. paid $10 and costs for improper passing on the yellow- line; and .Harvey L. Schmidt Emmetsburg, was fined $5 and costs for improper passing. Lett* Creek Umtit The atmual Letts Creek Lassiet Mother's Tea wat held at Mary Carol and Jeanne Gengler'» oft U*y 20. The meeting was called to order by Mary Loebach, Twenty-four visitors were present. Teresa Martini read a poem entitled "To My Mother." Annabelle Tietz gave a talk on "Good Grooming." PHONE CY 4-353$ - YOUR NEWSPAPER ALGONA RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL NATURAL GAS USERS Now Heat JOIN THOSE WHO ARE SAVING ON THEIR HEATING COSTS! 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