The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 3
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Continued from NATWUI AWARD WIN*? 19 «, sr ***** &*fet*f *•«<*»** fd >n the years 1950, 1953, and 1955. Last year, the paper also won the Iowa first place award in Advertising. In all, 26 national and state awards have now been presented to the UDM since 1950. Staff members of the Algona Upper Des Moines, in addition to «. B. Waller, include Clem Erlander, Ferman Christoffers, Don Smith, Jr., Jo Waldera, Bob Neary, Jack Purcell, Chester Armstrong and Wendell Steven. The new bronze plaque, signaling national second place in "General Excellence", is beins forwarded from the west coast a": the present time. LOCALS Maud Dangelser and Fara Clark spent Friday at Fort Dodge. Helma Proper of the local teaching staff left Saturday for Goodell. Dr. A. J. Eason and Arl Kiecker are at Alexandria, Minn, for some fishing. Betty Streit. R. N.. will come here to visit Mary Streit, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk were recently visited by their daughter, Florence, who is employed in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Charles Fox were visited Wednesday and Thursday by their daughter, Mrs Keith Campbell, of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster were visited Friday by their niece, Mrs Dallas Foster of Fort Dodge. Esther Quinby left Monday on a trip which will take her to Denver, Colo, and points west. Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstich had Mr nnd Mrs David Crinniean of Fort Dodge as guests Sunday. Mrs A. J. Eeson is spending a weck at the Okobojis as counselor with the Presbyterian Youth group. Mrs Fred Shiliz has taken her mother, Mrs Gertrude Chipman, to her home at Anamosa for the summer. Mr and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld were visited a few days last week by their daughter, Mrs Marion Donahue and son, David of Forest City. Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstich and Mr and Mrs Bob Henderson spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines. Mr and .Mrs Ralph Donovan have returned from the Okobojis where they spent the weekend at their cottage. Mrs Arnold EJberl spent last Tuesday at Carroll with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs James Allen and son, Jack, spent Sunday at Des Moines with Mrs Mary Smith, sister of Mr Allen Sr. Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit were visited over the weekend by their son, Michael, and Robert Scott, of Cedar Rapids. Dr. and Mrs Ralph S. Hach and Jane of Arlington, Texas arrived June 2 for a visit with Mr and Mrs L. A. Weber of Britt. Guests in the Fred Plumb home Sunday night were Mr and Mrs F. J. Wolverson of Hayward. Wis., former Algona residents. Mrs John Deim and Mrs Hu bert O'Brien are going to Clear Lake Wednesday and remain til! Friday with a group of 4-H girls Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner, Sharon and Ronnie are vacationing this week at Omaha, Neb., and at Sargeant and Cotesfield Neb., with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Vernon Jenser have been visited by their niecr and husband; Lt. and Mrs Will iam Dourte of Larson Field, Wash. Mr and Mrs Matthew Slreii were recently visited by the hitter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Milton Coonan of Des Moines. Mrs M. G. Bourne drove to Northfield, Minn. Monday to bring home the daughter, Barbara, who has been attending Carlton college. Judge and Mrs G. W. Siillman attended the State Bar Association meeting last week at Des Moines. Lawrence Winkel was also in attendance. Dorothy McNeill, former Al- gonan, daughter of Ed Me Neill, is a patient at a hospitaj in Battle Creek where she has made her home for some time. Mr and Mrs Andrew Redmg were weekend visitors to the J. P. Coleman residence in St Paul. Mrs Coleman is the former Patricia Reding. Mrs Francis Fries, Darlene. Virginia and Dennis spent last week visiting at the home of Mrs Fries' parents, Mr and Mrs L. A. Retland of Corning, Iowa, and with other relatives. Teenage dance will be held at the Country Club Saturday evening June 15 with dancing from 8-30 to 12:30. All teenagers are invited to attend and enjoy good music and refreshments. Leona Goecke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke who has been attending St. Joseph schoo of nursing at Sioux City is going to Mercy hospital, Mason City, June 16, to resume study there Lonita Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding, received a Bachelor of Arts degree June I from College of St. Catherine. fit P™1. Minn. Miss Reding will to teaching at St. Louis Park, here he will go to Whidby Island, Puget Sound, Wash. Mr and Mrs Hugh Black had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Harry Paul, of Wisconsin, relatives of the former Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg and sons Franklin and Alvin, Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg and Dorothy and Bob Tolsdorf ol Cylinder. Mr and Mrs John Helmers have received word of the birth of a son June 6 at Des Moines to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers. The infant weighed five pounds, six ounces and has been named Richard Allen. Mr arid Mrs Leonard Goecke, Bernard and Vincent returned last Wednesday from a five day vacation to the Black Hills, S. D. Mr and Mrs Goecke were at Ames Friday and brought home their daughter Rita who will go to Chicago, 111., where she is employed. » Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein and Mrs Gordon Kuhn took Mrs Leota Halpin to Ankeny Saturday and Sunday a son was born to Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn. Mrs Kuhn is the former Rosalie Halpin. The infant weighed 7 Ibs., 11 % 02. and has been named Kirk Charles. Mrs W. C. McDougall left Tuesday for Winona, Minn., the former home and remained there ovelnight with friends. The following day she went to Menasha, Wis., to stay with the grandchil- dren Kristin and Jay while the parents, Mr and Mrs Bob McDougall are in Chicago, 111. Phyllis Parsons, former resident hero now making her home at Laramie, Wyo., is in the university hospital at Iowa City where she had recent surgery and is also having a check-up. She is a sister of Vic Parsons and Mrs Henry Douglas. After dismissal from the hospital she plans to come here for a visit. , TACK A tot swallowed a tack at Gray recently. Two year old Oeorge ROOK was rushed to a Carroll hospital and was able to go home that evening. SWEA CITY NEWS . Since the First Baptist Church is without a pastor until Rev. Leroy Carter moves here fate next month, the Guild ladies or«;im/.ed the summer Bible school classes which opened Monday with 31 pupils. Teachers were Mrs Joe Fisher, Mrs Roy Kluger, Mrs William Dorsey, Sharon Dorsey, Lucille Montgomery, and Diane Mino. Assistants were Dorothy Bergeson, Karen and Marilyn Waterbury, and Maxine Clark. The annual father-son banquet at Immanuel Lutheran Church is being planned for the evening of June 13 at the church. Special speaker will be Pastor Dean Peterson, missionary to Africa. Pastor O. Leonard Nelson of Algona will give a chalk talk, and there will be a program of music. Guests of Pastor and Mrs Leroy Pillman Sunday and Monday were Mrs Pillman's brother and family, Pastor and Mrs Laurel Udden, Lauren, Louise, Mark, and Marie of Fergus Falls, Minn. Sharon Patterson, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. E. Patterson, left Sunday for Hawkeye Girls State at Cedar Falls. She is the delegate sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. A joint concert by the Swea City and Burt bands, directed by Everett Lockhart, was one of the features in the program at the Thursday, June 13, 195? Alffena (te.j Upp»f &W M*fftti*S North Iowa Band Festival Tuesday in Mason City. Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer, Sedcll Hammer and Judy Braven- dc-r attended commencement at the State University of Iowa Friday morning, at which time Henry Hammer was graduated from the school of dentistry. Mr and Mrs Roland Gabel attended commencement at Gustavus AdoJphus college Sunday when their son, Gary, received his bachelor's degree. He will enter Augustana Seminary in September to prepare for the Lutheran ministry., St. Ann's Circle met June 6 at the home of Mrs Jake with Mrs Bill Weltha assisting. Mrs Sylvester Rockier eoiitrttrat* ed a decorated cake for the occasion. » Mr and Mis Frank Sfnousc aft?l Mrs Smouse's father. Fred Peter* son, Algona, visited Sunday in Coon Rapids at the home of Mrs Smouse's parents. More than one-half of the 43 mile long Lake. Pend Ofeille, in northern Idaho, has a depth ot 1000 feet. The income tax filing date has- been on March 15th since 1913. It is now April 15th. nan being visited by their son James, who is home on a 30 day leave. He is in the navy and has been It Kodiac, Alaska. From «L H/M BETTY CROCKER'S HUT! U.S.D.A. CHOICE Cherry Pie HUNT'S BARTLETT SALT STARCH FRESH THIN SLICED COFFEE WILSON'S CERTIFIED SPICED LUNCHEON... 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