The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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County Boys New Officers At Iowa State Three Iowa State College students from this area were elected house officers for the fall quarter during the past week. They areNeal Boyken, son of William Boyken, Titonka, Thomas Forburger, son of Mr and Mrs Thomas J. Forburger of Wesley, and Robert Breiholz, son of A. S. Breiholz. West Bend. The three, who will take over their offices when the fall term begins, were named to these positions: Boyken, vice president of Beta Sigma Psi fraternity; P orburger, treasurer of Phi Kappa fraternity; and Breiholz, vice president of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. Burt Girt Is Attending Beauty School Airline Stewardess Karen Dee Downey of Algona has won her wings as a stewardess with Northwest Orient Airlines. She is based now in Minneapolis. mr S T H thc daughter of Mr and Mrs J. L. Downey, and attended Iowa State Teachers College after graduation from Algona High school. Humboldt, KCs Each Win Third Loop Game Sunday Noreta Trunkhill, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. J. Trunkhill, Burt, shown here, was recently installed as treasurer of the Fedarico chapter of Alpha Sigma Chi. Miss Trunkhill is a 1P56 graduate of . Titonka Consolidated school. At the present time she is attending Federico Beauty School in Sacramento, Calif. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS With a simple touch of the finger you dial-in best signal reception. Model A504 ZENITH "SUN VALLEY" Hfli oil of Zenith 1 , lop performance feature* and morel l«» b telethon of colors. S47.95 No need to twist and turn the set -or fiddle with handle in search of clearer reception. It's the only NEW advance in portable radial Super-Sensitive Zenith Wavemag- net* Antenna rotates at your touch...set always facet you. all these EXTRA FEATURES Model A400 The HOLIDAY The greatest value in portable radio today! In itriking cabinet dosignhcndsome decorator colon. Sensationally Priced 95 . Ebony Color Easy Terms, $2 down, $1 per week 100% Increased BATTERY LIFEl it NEW. NON-BREAKABLE CASES * Extra-Powerful. Long-OUUfld AM Radio Chassis ic Zenith-Quality Alnico-S Speaker for Rich, Full Tons •Ar Convenient Dial Scale Light for After Dark Tuning * Push-Button Panel for QuicL Easy Battery Change is Urn, Eisief-to-Read DiaJ Scale - Vefaiw Tuning * 3-Way Qperattoo-AC, DC, er Bitten m KOSSUTH RADIO and ELECTRIC Milt Dahl Algona, Iowa Humboldt retained first plarr and Algona's KCs got back on the right track with wins in the only games played Sunday in th'o Kossuth County Baseball League. Humboldt edged Bancroft. 4-2. while the KCs downed Emmetsburg, 8-3. The WriiHemore- Estherville and Lone Rock-Fort Dodge contests were called du? to rain. League standings W L Humboldt 3 n Whittemore 1 0 Algona 3 1 Emmetsburg 1 i Eslhcfrvillo 1 1 Lone Rock .1 2 Fort Dodge 0 2 Bancroft 0 3 A full slate of games is on lap this Sunday. Esthcrville will travel to Lone Rock; Algonn In Bancroft: Emmetsburg to Hum- bpldt; and Whittcmoro to Fort Dodge for league gir.nes. The KCs got off to a 2-0 load without a hit in the top of 1 he- second inning at Emmetsburg. An error, hit batsman and fielder's choice turned the trick. An error, fielder's choice and single by Schaub ran the count to 3-0 in the third, and a single by Amfahr. a walk and double by Gordy Winkel made it 4-0 in the top of the fourth. Emmplsburg got a run on two hits in the home half of the iourth, but the KCs got a single tally in the sixth and three in the seventh to wrap up the win. Emmetsburg counted once in the tighth and one in the ninth. V'ince Bernard got two hits for the winners, while Fogarty got a pair for Emmetsburg. Cecil Schihnocller went nil the way on the hill for the KCs, allowing only five hits and Ritchart and Gard hurled for the losers, With the former Inking the loss. Al- guna got nine hits. Rahe of Bancroft and Monaghan of Humboldt each allowed nnly four hits in tJio other league contest. The loser committed five errors, the winners three. Legion Team 10-9 Victim At Fort Dodge Rev. Smith Has First Mass At Livermore Livermors — Rev. Donald R Smith, the first priest, to bo ordained from Sacred Heart parish in Livermore and also thought to be the first ordained from Humboldt county, said his first solemn Mass Monday morning at 10 a.m in the local Catholic church. Assistant priest was the Rev P. M. Sturm: deacon, the Rrv Father Nemmers: sub deacon the Rev. J. Ch.-srles Vainer of C'jmv nlso just ^ordained, nnd the Rev. White, master of ceremonies William Devine \v;is Ihunfor and Jerome Kellner and Robert Lcn- ertz. acolytes. After Mass, dinner was served by the Catholic Guild to about 4* 1 priests, 12 seminarians, and immediate relatives. A reception for Father Smith was hoi! in t'i.- parish hall that evening. Thc cake was cut by Mrs Clifford Baker and Mrs karslon Kvitli Mrs Milton Bergum w;is in charge of the guest book and Mrs Albert Borchvrll ;md Mr.-Robert Wrlson poured. Showe* Honors Janine Baker was guest of honor at a shower at the home of Mrs Keith Logue, "May 28. Other hostesses were Mrs T. D Rossing, Mrs Kenneth Howard. Mrs George Donalds, and Belt-. ;;nd Margaret Devine. Delore- Bertc and Carol Olson helped the • bride open her gifts. Refreshments were served from ; tea table at which JoAnn Stilt/ and Phyllis Mackintosh poured. Iir.manuel Lutheran Fellow ship hall was the sotting for a pretty shower Wednesday evening honoring Elaine Hagon. \vho will become the bride of Merle Schulze June 16. Judy O'Brien Burt Band Queen June 15 c ,j un i OT . Legion ball club dropped another close one when Fort Dodge notched a 10-9 verdict at Fort Dodge Sunday. The locals will travel to Goldfield 1»meht (Thursday) and host Oarno; n1 thc KC Park east of lown Sunday afternoon. Aler.n.'i couldn't hold an early t-u IcKi-i. Fait Dodge came up with M single- tally j n the second, five in the third 'and four in the fourth, th,. n held off a belated Algona rally that netted three runs m the fifth and four in the final frame. O'Bncn started on the hill for Algona and was the loser. Derner too); over in the fifth and nidn t allow a hit. Mergen had three hits, including a triple, Smith and O'Btien each got two hits and Meyer got a triple and Loobarh a double for Algona. The locals oulhit the winners 12-9. Judy O'Brien, shown above, will represent the Burt band at Spirit Lake on Iowa Navy Day, June 15. She will be a junior this fall in high school. Judy plays the flute in concert band, and'fs in the flute trio and quartet. In marching band she is a baton twirler. She is a cheerleader, a member of the girl's glee club and mixed chorus, a reporter on the paper staff, and a librarian. Judy is the daughter of Mr and Mrs L. M. O'Brien. Richard Nixon is the 36th vice- president of the United States. 2 Ottosen Girls Receive Honors For Bible Study Otlc?en—Duiing services Sund;iy morning at the Trinity Lutheran Church Martha Usher and Priscilla Holt were honored for completing four years in the high school Bible class. Beginning Sunday, June 16, and continuing during the s u in m e r months services at Trinity Lutheran will be at 9 a.m. and Sunday school will be at 10 a.m. Forty-five children began the Daily Vacation Bible school classes last Monday. The Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain and Martha Usher are the teachers. Peter Holt, David Evcnson and Douglas Daniel left Sunday for a week at the Senior Bible Camp •it Lake Ingham near Wallingford. The members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid will have a pot luck lunch at their next meeting which will be June 19. Thc Cradle Roll program will bo presented at this meeting. Mr and Mrs John Kollasch and Noreen of-, Algona were Sunday evening visitors at thc Vincent Salz home. Mr and Mrs Silas Banwart and Leslie and Mr and Mrs Victor Banwart and Yvonne spent Sunday at Winthrop, Minn, where they visited relatives and friends. June 8 Mrs Conrad Jfahu&pn observed her birthday and' v gttfcsts that evening at the Johnson home to help her celebrate were Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Marilyn Larson. Mrs Chester Alnie spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs Maude Bliinchard, at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem visited Wednesday evening at the Howard Thompson home. Thursday evening visitors at the Louis Jacobson Tiome were Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer and family. Saturday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Jim Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and Danny visited at thc Jim Johnson home at Moorland, Sunday. Two little girls were honored at a birthday party at the Richard Kinseth home Wednesday evening. They were Marsha Kinseth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and Susan Kinseth, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth of Algona. Marsha was three years old that day, June 5, and Susan was two year?, old June 6. Others present were Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and fam- ilv. • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Minnie Larson and Nancy Larsen spent Thursday and Friday in Clear Lake as guests ol Miss Velma Larsen. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family visited Mrs Hedwig Larsen in Burt last week Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy and Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel and family enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Louis Ol sen's of Dos Moines Sunday. Ii was farewell for Dick Olsen who is going back to service. Tuesday evening guests, after graduation exercises at the Herman Harms home in honor of Janice Harms who graduated, were Mr and Mrs John K. Harms, Mr and Mrs Martin Harms, Mr and Mrs Jim Rippentrop and family, Mr and Mrs Lorcn Hansen and Rollo Moore. Mr and Mrs Herman Gruis ol Buffalo Center were Friday afternoon visitors at the Herman Harms home. Friday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Loren Hnnsen, Ralph Harms arid Mavis. Mr and Mrs Leo Clark and granddaughter were Monday dinner guests at the Ray Fitch home Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Mr and Mrs Sid Johns of Mandan, N. D. were Friday evening guests at the Ben Bahling home. Mr and Mrs Ra'y Fitch attended the old friends and neighbor? picnic Sunday at the Jack Devines at Britt. Mr and Mrs John Miller and family visited Sunday evening in the Tom Trenary home. "A woman never knows what kind of a husband she doesn't want, until she marries him." Jolly Neighbors Met The Lotts Creek Jolly Neighbors met at the home of I\ars Dorothy Laufenberg, with Mrs Darlene Bollinger as assisting hostess. The Club's Family Picnie was postponed until in July. Mrs Ruby Wolter and Mrs Lilian Zumack furnished the entertain ment, after which lunch wa: served by the hostess. The June meeting will be a Mrs Wayne Drone's. .Bnwny beauty that knows how to wwk-tbe high-styled Cameo Carried Hard-working pickups that know how to save... Choice of gas-saving $ of high-performance V8*l More usable load space—no inboard wheelhousingsl Husky bodies with hardwood floors ... steel skid strips. Be sure to see other Chevy pickups with the new 98-inch box or the extra-big 108-inch box-and the new 4-Wbed Drive models with G.V.W. ratings up to 7400 pounds I •Vptioaat at 9sto C9ft, Onlj Iraitthised Ctovralet dealers display this lamus tndomifk tow*? iff mil f fiEw tfrtop to imrtfil Around , Jtm* 13, 19$? (fa.) Upp«» Pit Mary Christine, door prl2*. Mt and MtTSTP. Iffillti Mi Mrs H. R. Cowan were visited over the weekend by their ftt* phew, Major Hornet Smith, hit wife, daughter, Margaret, afiil son, Dixon, of Grand View, Mo. Mrs Cowan accompanied them ta Spokane, Wash, where she will visit for about a month with net brother, Sidney Smith. Algona t. Twelve Pmtnialion were guests of honor at a picnic Monday evening at the Call State Park. The Catholic Daughters of America were hostess gfoup and over a hundred of the members were present. Court Whist furnished the entertainment with Mrs Leo Thilges receiving the prize for high score, Sister Mary ROBIN A smart mother robin has built a nest in a window of the Wau« kon hospital this spring. Sh<6 chose a spot just outside the obstetrical ward. HAWKEYE LANES IS VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE NAMES OF THE HONOR BOWLERS FOR THE PAST SEASON: WOMEN WHO TOPPED 185; Luanna Alt Babe Baker Mary Bestenlehner Mert Gumming* Betty Dennis Loretta Ditiworth Virginia Donahue Vera Erpelding Heide Ferguson Joyce Fraser Elizabeth Freiberg Lois Furst Maybelle Geilenfeld Frances Gingrich Carol Godfredsen Betty Haag Bernie Hamilton Irene Hanig Sandra Hudson Marilyn Jasperson Betty Johnson Martha Johnson Jackie Kelley Jackie Laing Mary Laing LaVon tindhorst Valeria Nelson Jean Ostwald Lois Peterson Bonnie Ringsdorf Hattie Robinson Jean Robinson Elaine Simmons Mary Skogmo Greta Smidt Kay Volgt Phyllis Walker Frances Welse Leone Wilhelml MEN OVER 225: John Anderson Harold Andreasen .Art Ashton Darold Ashton Julie Baas Cecil Baker Merlin Baker Bill Batt Raymond Betrle Art Benschoter ' Cliff Benschoter Frank Bleich Gus Blanchard Harold Brandt Bud Brlggs Les Calkins Bob Carr Ted Chrischilles Alvin Christiansen Butch Clement Chan Dailey Chuck Davis Fred Diekmann John Diekmann Joe Donahue Eugene Durant Jack Dutlon Jerry Dutton Paul Engen Wally Erdman Al Erpelding Phil Faaborg Tom Fandel Verdon Farrow Jerry Ferris Jack Fraser Don Frideres Hank Furst Beb Gade Jim Gade Norm Gade Ev Garbett Hank Geilenfeld Duane Gross Art Groen Jack Haag Al Hasse Paul Hasse Bob Hardcopf Bob Henderson Jim Hoffman Merle Hoover Ted Hoover Sr. Harley Hutchinson John Intermill Hans Jensen Hank Johannsen Bill Johnson ' L. P. Johnson Ollie Johnson Albin Kayser Jim Kelley Bill Lampright Ernie Lavrenz John Levy Arthur LIneberg Hal Long Casey Loss Clarence Ludeke Louie Lynk Frank Mittlieder Frank Moulton Chuck Mullin Bill Naylor Adolph Oakland Don Peterson Everett Peterson Orrle Peterson Harold Peters Alton Pettit Hildreth Pettit Clay Pittman Murl Potter Bill Prior Jim Raney John Rash Don Reding Melvin Reiken Carlos Reimers , John Rike Everett Rippentrop Efll Robinson Kenny Roney Wilford Rood Bob Rusher Gordy Schmidt Vern Shinier Bob Skilllng Don Smith Sr. Chuck Staudt Len Stenzel Ron Stephens Marvin Stone Ron Taylor Jake Thilges Larry Target-son Ted Vera Harold Volgt Jim Walker Ed Weig Romey Wilhelmi Jim Will Bob William* Ed WiMkopf Don't forget — we'll have open bowling all summer featuring AMF automatic pin- spotters and air conditioning from 7 p,m, to midnight every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and group bowling for other night\ can be arranged by calling CY 4*2545 or CY 4-2235. We want to thank all league bowlers and open bowlers who have vUited us during the past months, and hope they will continue to do so. Mr and Mrs Ernie Qodfredsen HAWKEYE LANES

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