The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 5
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Algonan In Phi Beta Kappa „,„,, , , - - ' Alton*, at , won membership in Phi Beta Kappa at the State University of Iowa, and was among 37 initiates of the honorary scholastic society feted at a banquet at Iowa City, Monday evening. Others in the pictur , . are JefryBrmker, Jefferson, and Dean M. £ Huit, president of the B. U. I. chapter and SUI dean of men. (UDM engraving) oociety Notes, Graduation Reception Mr and Mrs F. H. Froelich entertained at a reception Sunday evening honoring their son, Doiv ald, who was graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy. Guests were Mr and Mrs Frank Grandjenett and Mr and Mrs Don Froelich Sr., grandparents of Ronald; Mr and Mrs Don Froelich Jr. of Lu- Verne; Kermit Studer, Wesley; Georgia and Kenny Heldorfer and Mary and Margaret Nurre of Bancroft. Donald plans to enter Loras college at Dubuque in September. 15th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Martin Becker entertained Sunday honoring the 15th wedding, anniversary of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Thees Sphnakenberg of LuVerne. In attendance were Mr and Mrs George Becker, Mr and Mrs Frank Becker, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr and Mrs Mawdsley Jr. of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harvey Schnakenberg, Mr and Mrs John Schnakenberg of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Glenn Hayne and the respective families. Baccalaureate D,inner ,,, „«,. ' Mr and Mrs-'Kermetri StrahWli entertained at supper Sunday evening prior to Baccalaureate exercises in the high school auditorium in honor of their son Fred, a graduate of the class of 1957. Guests were Fred's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Hall and great - grandfather, Ivan Reedholm of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Don Frederick, Mr and Mrs Alwin Huenhold and Joyce, and Carol Shore. Guest At Wesi Bend Mrs Mary Buenger attended the graduation last week Wednesday of her grandson Norman Buenger from the West Bend high school. Mrs Buenger also attended a shower for her granddaughter Alice Buenger whose marriage to Henry Vaudt will take place June 2 in the Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. Rodman And Whiltemore To % Hold Memorial Whiiiemore — Memorial services will be observed here Thursday morning. The Amer- icah Legion will meet at the Legion hall at 8:30 a.m. and proceed from there to Rodman, where the Rodman school band will lead them in a procession to their cemetery. Short talks will be given and a firing squad salute will be given by the Whittemore American Legion. Immediately after the ceremonies at Rodman, the firing squad will again meet at the Legion hall at Whittemore, along with the Whittemore-school band, Boy Scouts, National Guard and the Legion members where they will assemble and march to the public school where the program will take place. - , commander of 8«ely*Wal*h Post; Invocation — Rev. William Veit, lifetime member of Seely-Walsli Post; Gtttysfcurfc address ~ ^oe Pettit; Irianaers J'ield -*- Mary Martini; Honor Roll — Vern Mueller; Talft —, Robert Lounsberry, Past Commander ot the State American Legion. Alter the ceremony at the school, they will go to tn« Lutheran cemetery southeast oi Whittemore where deceased eer- viceman will be honored by a wreath of flowers and a salute given by the Legion firing squad. Graduation Party A reception was held last week Wednesday night in honor oi Marvin Oslwald, at the home ot his parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Schmidt, following his graduation in the Whittemore high school. Present were Mr and Mrs timer Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Melvin Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald and son Charles, Mr and Mrs William OstWald and daughters, Mrs Cyril Wagner and daughters Cheryl and Marlys of here; Mr and Mrs Clarence Meyer of Qaylord» Minn.; Mr and Mrs Eugene Elbert and family oi Fairfax, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Tim Klein and daughter, Mary Ann, Mr and Mrs Qus Berninghaus and son OUS Jr. of West Bend; Mr and Mrs MaUrice Frock le and Regina Fergeson of Bancroft; Gayle Meyer, Mr and Mrs Joe Nordststh, Harlan Leiflinger and Mr and Mrs Herbert Rnecht oi here/? In honor of Donna Wood's graduation last week Wednesday evening the following guests visited at her parents home in her honor, Mr and Mrs Carroll Ernst and sons Gail and Phil, Mr and Mrs Duane Wood and Mrs Mary Hauck all of, Livermore; Mr and Mrs Wayne Ohncmus and family and Everett Broesder of Algona. Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke and daughters, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mrs Ruth Schultz, Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debra, and Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz gathered at the Leonard Meyer home in Rodman, last week Sunday evening to celebrate the birthday of Dale Meyer. Mr and Mrs William Fandel Sr., Mr and Mrs George Fandel Sr., Mrs Woodrow Russell, Mrs P a u-1 Potratz, Mrs Raymond Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dan Foley, Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert, Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Frank Eisele attended the formal dedication and blessing of the new St. Francis of Assisi Catholic church in Rock- wett City, last week Wednesday of which the Rev. Edward is the pastor. Mr and Mrs George Mergen and granddaugnter Joy oi Kose- viiie, Calif, aie spencung a taree weeks vacation ai Vne paremaj nome oi Mrs Margaret Mergen ana other relatives. Mr and Mrs Harold Kueckei ana daughter, • Joyce and son Jay oi nere visited witn Mis Auolph Dietrich in femmeisburg i'naay aiternoon. Mrs Artnur Heidenwith anu granddaugnter Kay if ranees took me bus irmay morning lor Albert Lea, to spend tne weekend with Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker. Mr Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth •Heidenwith, Mprleen Walker, Mrs Dorothy Rosendani and sons Danny and Ralph bc- bers all of here, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Seneca, all attended confirmation services in £ion Lutheran church in Albert Lea, Sunday morning of which Gary Walker, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker, was one of the class. ' Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt accompanied by Mr and Mrs Geo. Meyer drove to Fergus Fallh, Thursday morning, to visit Mr and Mrs William Maahs. Mr Maahs underwent surgery recently. They returned home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer .and sons, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Preston and family were Thursday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke hi Lotts Creek, to help Mrs Ruhnke celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely leased the Adolph Naas home and will vacate the George Maahs apartments June 1, Mr Naas will make his future home with his son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Schuller at Cylinder, following a slight stroke two weelcs ago. Mr and Mrs William Meyer, accompanied by Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mrs Rora Faulstich ana Mrs William Roeber spent Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Alma Gade in Emmetsburg. Mrs Harold Kuecker of here and Mrs Roy Bjustrom of Algona visited with Mrs Frank C. Moulton Monday" at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Moulton underwent surgery last week. To Teach At Rolfe An Algona girl, Beverly Gerber, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerber, has signed a contract to teach first grade at Rolfe this fall. Miss Gerber will graduate this month at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Organize Women's Club Organization of an Algona Women's Club has been set for June 4, with a meeting to be held at J:30 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Building. Anyone interested is cordially invited. Mrs Clark Mechem, Thompson, state president of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs, will be a guest at the meeting. Mrs Rochleau Hostess Mrs A. L. Rochleau was hostess to the members of her card club Monday evening. SATURDAY Miss Dreesman 1$ Band Queen MISS ALGONA—Marilyn man will lead the Algona High School band in the North lowu Band Festival at Mason City, June 11. She has had a varied career in high school; drum major of the inarching band; u member of student council; secretary of the TeeivAge Pnvers' Club; assistant director of class plays; sings in mixed chorus and girls chorus; was a candidate for Homecoming Queen; is «n honor ijtuclt-ut. Munlyu was. tin: ENTIRE STOCK SPRING WOOL COATS /2 Price am fflv • El I f+' TAINS i 2 SPECIAL RACKS OF DRESSES VAIUIS TO $39.75 Broken Lots Ruffled* and Cottage Sets '/2 Price CHENIUE BEDSPREADS V* Price Your Choice I Our $3.98 Values BtU SIM! DRESSES 3.29 Two Days Only FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY LUNCH SETS 54 x 54 - 54 * 72 WITH NAPKINS PRICE i 2 June Wedding Dates Announced For Titonkans Tilonka — The engagement and approaching marriage of Doyle Keaser, son of Mrs Florence K. Reaser to Antoinette Weber, daughter of Mrs Anna Weber, and the late Anton Weber, of Calabasas, Calif, was announced by Mrs Keaser oi Titonka' this week. The marriage will take p lace June 22 at Canoga i'ark, California. Miss Weber is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. in Reseda, and Mr Keaser by the Reseda Sun- Herald. They plan to spend their honeymoon visiting his mother and other relatives and friends in and around Titonka'. To Wed June 12 In spite of bad weather Mon- dyy evening, about 50 guests gathered at the Ramsey Re- lornied church parlors for a shower honoring Miss Elaine Sonnenberg of Titonka. Marilyn Welhousen and Linda Ricks assisted in the unwrapping of the gifts. Janet Welhouaen and Ardith Harms carried the gifts to and from the table. Marvyl Wempen was in charge of the guest book Hostesses were Mrs John Uken, Mrs Reinder Harrenga of Bul- fald Center, Mrt Carl Harms, Mrs Hiram Boedtholdt, Mr* Amos Wempen and Mr« George Wempen of Buffalo Center, Gertie Sonnenberg and Tfessa Smith. The bride-to^be will become the bride of Elmer Ricks, June 12, and is the daughter bf Mr and Mrs Edward Sonnenberg. Mr Hicks is the son of Mr and Mrs Simon Ricks. Starting Wednesday, June 6, Titonka stores will be open Wednesday evenings, as well a« on Saturday evenings. The regular summer band concerts under the direction of Phillip Faaborg will also start that evening. Vicki Lou Harms celebrated her 9th birthday Tuesday evening and to help her celebrate were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga, and Diane, Mr and Mrs C. F. Whalen, Miss Linda Budlong, Miss Phyllis Sachau and Miss LuRay Blomster of Lakota who enjoyed a picnic supper. Miss Blomater was also an overnight guest. Tnurkday, Mof 36, 1957 Mgt>na (la.) Upptt (tot AnENTION WOMEN BOWLERS Plain are feeing mad* for a short Ladias Summer Bowling League at HAWKEYE LANES. If you are Interested, call CY 4-2545 or CY 4-4235 and leave your name or, if possible, attend the organization meeting at Hawkeye Lanes at 8:00 P.M. Wednesday, June 5th. Automatic plntpotters end air conditioning will add to your bowling enjoyment. 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