The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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-AI»*»no (1«.) Upp* Ow June 13, 4 Whittemore Boys Ordained At Dubuque Whilttmot* — Four Whitte- frtoie families rejoicr-d with their sons a week ago Saturday, June 1, tvhon tht>y attended the ordination to the Sacred Ordrr of Subdeacon? at Mourn St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque Rev. M. Charles Bormann. Rev M Cletus W. Besch. Rev. M Louis Kollasch. and Rev M Armand J. Etbert took thoir firs' rjiajor step In advancement and toward Priesthood in which they will be ordained next spring. Relatives who attended were Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Charles Bormann, Mrs Norman Lane, Glenn Ke'laseh, Mr nnd Mrs A. S. Elbert. Charles Elbert. Mr and Mrs Mclvin A. Eibert. Mr and Mrs Robert Reding, Gary Borman, Mr and Mr? Dean Elbert and Mrs William Besch. Coleen Farrell, daughter of Mr and Mrs John M. Farrell. will represent the American Legion Auxiliary at Hawkeye girls state Iflwa State Teachers college campus in Cedar Falls, June 1J5-22. « Walter A. Meyer and Harlan beininger left for Seward, Neb., l$st week Sunday where they attended the high school graduation of the former's son, Richard at the Concordia Teachers College al Seward. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Qade from here also attended the graduation and brought horrie their daughter, Brenda, also a student at Concordia College. ' Charlotte Meyer R. N. employed at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea, spent last Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier. ' Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles and sens visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Hartman and Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer in Esther- vjlle Sunday. »Mr and Mrs James Mueller and family .accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs Frank Piekar- Ejd, left the fore-part of last week fpr Battle Lake, Minn., for. a Week's outing and fishing, 'and . vjsit with Mr .Piekarski who is fit Battle Lake. , 'Mr and Mrs Erwin Sietns re- hjrned home from their week's i lushing in northern Minn., and Mary D. Miller Of Algona Gets Showers For Three Future Bancroft Brides Bencrot! — Bridal shower* \vc:r h^'d Tuesday evening for Diane Snndt. dsu'uhtrr of Mr and Mrs \Vk San it. .via Sund.iy afternoon for l.,^ Sr'vlt;-. daughter of Mi c-.uA Mrs Arnold Schiltz. Morvlny evi'-nms: for Mildred He'.!man. daughter of Mr ant! Mrs F!,-:i..n Hellman. All three wedrfini;* will take place in St John's Church here. An Algeria' girl. Man,- Dei! I Sillier. iSwwn here, daughter of j Mr and Mrs Harold Mnler, w.^ | named recipient of the Duchcsne Pnie dunn.c the annual Duchesne Collece honors convocalsou at Omaha, Xebr. Rev. Mother Eleanor Re.c;..n. honorary president of the 'college, presented the a«,-ard to M!.*S Miller for outstanding scholarship and activities at \> student. (UDM Engraving.) reported fishinp favorable. Edward Neitzel, son of Mr and Mrs Durwood NeitzoJ, and a 1957 graduate from Presentation Academy in WhitteiTiorc. passed examinations in DCS Moines. recently and can pick one of six subjects he may wish to major in when entering the navy this month. In a deal made last week. Gordon Jcnson bought the Mrs Veronica Slagle home in the southeast part of town and Leo Morman bought the Stan Brotherton home in the north part of town. Mr-Jensen is the athletic coach and Mr Morman is superintendent of the Whittemore public school and both families will move in the near future to their respective homes. Mrs Ida Kuecker of Lotts Creeki retired from her farm and moved to Whittemore last Tuesday to her home one block south of Main street which she bought early this year. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker, Jay and Joyce ,Mrs Jen McKean, Jill and Gary of AJgqaa drove Slayton, Minn. Sunday morning to visit with the former's brother and family. Miss Marilyn Doyle, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Doyle! left Sundav for Gale University in Minneapolis. Miss Doyle is a '57 graduate. A class farewall party j was hrld in her honor. Mr and Mrs Laurence Becker I arc on a two week vacation and ' with their daughter. Becky and Betty Mrnke are visiting friends j in Florida. j Mrs Frank Hemmerling, Grand I Forks. North Dakota and Mr and I Mrs Ross Solberg of St. Paul | spent the weekend with the For] row. McGuire relatives in this : vicinity. Nick Sandt returned Thursday evening from Tucson, Arizona, where he was called by the serious illness of his daughter, Bcinioe, who passed away ten days ago. A pink and blue shcrwer was held at the Dan McGee home Wednesday evening, honoring Mrs Roper Wilhelmi, who witii her husband are visiting their parents. Roger is stationed in Mexico at the present time. Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday between Merle Schoff and LaVonne Gricse of Burt: Albert Kahler. son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kahler, and Mary Kennedy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Kennedy of Armstrong: Delbett Ferguson, son of Mrs Maurice Froehle. and Lois Schiltz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Schiltz. Cletus Dorr has been confined to his home suffering from a back injury. Mrs William Farrow received word that her son-in-law, Donald Graham of Titonka suffered a heart attack and is a patient of St. Ann hospital. Algona. Mr and Mrs John- Guy,- Austin, Minn, spent Sunday with her parents,;,; Mr and Mrs Perry Torino. .• JDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* You've read about Boron— get it great new scientific discovery "Exciting-., , limitless.,. fantastic,., fascinating" ••--that's how leading magazines describe the potential of the.element boron for jet fuel and guided mis- Biles, Now Boron's power Is harnessed for your car. D-X Boron Motor Fuel, proved by millions of miles of driving, is ready for you! This great discovery has been made possible by D-X Sunray's expanded research facilities and 10-miUion'dollar investment in refining equipment. D-X Boron is an entirely new motor fuel. It liberates more power per gallon in your engine—new or old! It gives you smwthwt power! Thrilling acceleration ! Marvelous road performance J Push your foot to the floorboard without fear of knock! P-X JJoron has the highest octane j« our history, fist it; at your B«X Dealer's now! D-X still gives you tbd fomoyj plus-D-X upper-cylinder lubricgtipnl America's fastest growing oil company D'X SUNK AY OU« COMPANY ®ffi<» Sunray Mid-Continent Oil Company * 0*X Product* Are Distributed in This Territory by: Mid*West Service Company Campney Simpson Orad Arthur B. Campney, above, of Burt, was one of 96 Simpson college students who received diplomas and degrees during commencement exercises at Indian* ola June 2. Campney. son of Mr and Mrs Walter Campney, received a bachelor of arts degre^ in sociology. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, social fraternity, Kappa Chi, Blackfriars, Alpha Phi Omega, band and Religious Life Council. John Cowles, president of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune, gave the commencement address. Normady was the section of France that was settled by the Vikings. Concert Sunday Ebba Mnhery and Evelyn Bode will present 23 of their students in H Junior vocal and piano recital at the Presbyterian church Sunday. June 16, at 3:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Lassies Met The June 3 meeting of the Lotts Cteek Lassies was held at Alice Elbert's. Barbara Elbert and Mary Loebach gave a demonstration, and Alice Elbert. Mrs Georm.' Streit and girls served a lunrh. Arthur Diers Of Titonka Wed, Wisconsin Titonka — The marriage of Miss Evelyn Elizabeth Schaefer iiiul Arthur James Diers took place in Luther Memorial church, M.uiison, Wis. The bride is the d.-'iiE,'hter of Rev. and Mrs F. W Srhaefer, Hendersonville, N. C. The Rev. and Mrs H. A. Diers of Titonka are the bridegroom's parents. The fathers of both the bride and the groom officiated at the wedding. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Donald Schaefer, wore a gown of white net over taffeta trimmed with embroidered appliques. A simple head t dress held her fingertip veil of embroidered French net. She curried white feathered carna- SUNDAY and MONDAY (On al 8:45 P.M.) FORBIDDEN -turning atropic paradise into a pit-hole of terror! mkiirt un UmUaHrtill! DAWN : ADDAMS (On al 10:00 P.M.) -IT'S THE-BIGGEST LAUGH ROUND-UP SINCE "PALEFACE"! *> - - j •£:»• V •^ J 1 biti.^ J 1 *+ 101 Iff UQJt . fn4«hPAUl ms-iaani NORMAN TAUROG SUNDAY <*nd MONDAY (Daily Matinees All Summer) A UnivwwI-lnlwnoKeiKil Picl^r* starring JEFF CHANDLER-JEANNE CRAIN JACK CARSON -GAIL RUSSELL ELAINE STEWART OEQROI TOBIAS' IBWARO Ah«5Rf WS • PHIUP 8116 ^^Vw^Wll^PIHHWilH^^^P « mm K QEORGE Wmm » IMWKP » AL6I8T ZUGSWITH tions, orchids and ivy. The Rev. Herman W. Diers, Vancouver, B. C., was his brother's best fttan. A reception WM held in the social room of the church. Mr and Mrs Diers will be at horfte at Madison, Wis. Mr uiers, a graduate of Waft- burg College, Waverly, is a theological student nt Wartburg Theological Seminar^, Dubuque. He is president of the Lutheran Student Association of America. Seven Nurse Aides Nurse Aid's class is being conducted at St. Ann hospital by Sister Marjr Eileen, R.S.M. of St. Joseph Sanitarium, Dubuque and Sister Mary Marcelline, R.S.M. of St. Ann hospital. Seventy hours of formal class and supervised nursing care Mil be given. Members of the class are: Henrietta and Jacquelyn Cook, Mary Kay Knoll, Judy Pickett, and Sandra Richman of Algona; Karen Hainzinger of Fenton; and Mary Jo Thilges of West Bend. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WAKT W 2 TOP HITS! "™ THURSDAY Thru SAT. (On a) 10:15) Algona Girl Nurse Graduate Ruth £. Cruikshank of Algona received her B.S. in nursing during commencement ceremonies at the University of Colorado Fri- day, June 7. Quigg Newton, new president of the university, delivered the commencement address during th« ceremonies, which were held in Folsom Stadium. Angora is the name of a market place in ancient Athens. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Y«rfc. Findi Healing SuUtance That Do«» Both- Relievt-* Pain -Shrink* Hemorrhoids the . . _ O e first time scicnre hns found a new hcalinrr suhstmrif with the nstonish- ttitf ability to shrink hemorrhoids Bfi I to ri'lieve pain— without snrijcry. In case after case, while jrently irlirvlnR pnin, nctunl reduction (shnnknfte) took place. Mo*t nmnnintfof all- remits were »c thorough that «u/fftrcr* m~~mmmr m • ^nmmm^fu * • •Wff.%«iv astonishing BtntemenU likft "Pile* have censprl to be « problem!" The secret is n new hrnlinn substance (Bio-Dyne*) —rtlsoov»-y of • wnrlri-famoiis rosrnrrh instiiu'tp. ""his siibstnntp is. now Available In *>,ppo*i>nrH or otrfwicnf farm tinHn* thp name P^rmro/fon //.* At your Money bark irtinrnntoe. •nut n • fit wr NOW THRU SATURDAY Daily Matinees 2 P.M. 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