The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1954 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1954
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2-Alflpna (Id.) Upper Dtft Moines Tuesday, September 28, 1954 Enrollment t rt;«, lip 42 From Last Year — ¥he,Burl',Corrimunity Sthool opened this year with enrollment of 303, which is an increase of 42 students over the high enrollment last year. High school has 126 students this year. as of ;106;last year with most oi tHif "increase in the -seventh arid eighth ' grades', which shows 57 Adw a'nd 3"4.'last year. " ..New".students 1 in the Freshman Class .are. Eugene Heerdt, David Stewart and Jerald Fi'sh. Claudette Seeley is a new Junior here. Eighth graders are Harris Harm.',, Helen Harms, Donna Teeter and Wayne Christensen frorrt Portland No; 5; Sheryl Smith and Margaret iMoore from, Portland No. 3; and t Seventh graders are Ruth Harms, Mary Lee Ffesthiis, Judy Kay Marlow, Gene Thompson, Billy Meister and Myron Reutzel. New pupils to this school for the sixth grade are David Smith and Jean Stevens; for the fifth, Audrey Gardner, Claudia Moore and Dennis Mister; Fourth grades new pupils arc: Judy Abbas, Dennis Heerdt, Sharalyn Noland, Richard » Presthus, and Doriald Reufzel.! .,- ' , , , The entire first grade went Wednesday afternoon to see a class; member Loreli Lavrenz who PLANS that SECURITY for YOU and YOUR Family Planned Financial Security • FOK DETAllS —> CAUL OR SEE ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent • . phone 1133 or 1209 Algona, Iowa 90WA FARM MUTUAL Was injured playing on the School swings after school time. Cookies were served. Homemakers Organize !?here was a good attendance at the Homemakers organizing; tea at Mrs Leonard Dittmers last week. Mrs Guy Carlspn of Wesley gave the organization' speech. Some seven center-pieces ; for table.- use were shown for dif-' ferent'(Occasions, with most dis- 'plays being floral. Officers were elected as follows: Chairman, Mrs Holmgren 1 ; vice chairman, Mrs Raymond Westling; secretary and treasurer.," Mrs Lloyd Schenek. These officers will take over now instead of the first of the year as before. • . Lutheran Pastor Honored Many members of the Lutheran church with their families attended a special social affair at the church Monday evening; Sept. 20, honoring their pastor Rev. Wittkopp on his 65th birthday anniversary. Raymond Lavrenz was master of ceremonies. Program, Solo, Shirley Peter; Readings, Velma • Lavrenz; Original Song by Elizabeth Radig was song by four girls; Skit given by Dorothy Marlow, Elizabeth Radig and June Bierstedt; Reading "Our Prayer" by June Bierstedt and Eunice Meyer sang "Perfect Day". The guest of honor was presented ?ifts from the 'men's group by R. Lavrenz; Ladies Aid, by Mrs Willrett; Walther League, by Velda Peter and from the congregation by Eugene Dreyer. ing, "The Train Ride" was given by. Eunice Meyer; Gue'sf speaKSf was Rev. ;E. E. Green of ;West Bend, speaking on Opportunities of; Today'. Ladies Aid/meeting will be Thursday, Oct.' 7 with, Mrs Wil- iord Radig and Mrs Anna fteim- ers as hostesses. Market Baskel names for this time are: Mrs Emil Hasse; Mrs Koepke, <Mrs Bertha Kdestler, • Mrs George; >jK6estlei> and Mrs H. Kueck. \ '" '.:' The Birthday Circle will meet with Hilda Gross Thursday, Sept. 30. Carrie Larson will have,devotions and Ella Slgsbie the 'pro* grdm. -\ I :f,' ;|> Mr and Mrs Jbhn deesman -cbmpanied Ninili Geesman id Odin, Minn. Sunday, Where they; visited the Howard Gees'maHS; Thfy went on to {h^yirfefl !Gee^- rrians near Jackson, Mirfri. for a short stay., Virgil Geesman is,a brother" dSMr tfbTih-peeirhaft. Mrs Francis Menk&iarid; b4tJy of Bah* ' Lunch -was served mittee. by the corn- Guest Day Luncheon « Some 90. guests attended the Guest Day luncheon and program at St. John's Lutheran Church Wednesday, last week. A three course luncheon was served by' a committee with Emma Bierstedt and Anna Reimers as co-chairman. Guests were welcomed by Mrs R. ( Willrett; a quartet, Vivian Peter, Lois Groen, Velma Lavrenz and Marjurie Lavrenz sang, "The Churches One Foundation", accompanied by Mrs Radig; Read- croft also • went on 'thisftrip 1 . ^ Mrs Lottie, isenberger and Mrs Clara Van Steenbergfi spent Fri day in Algona. They visited Mrs Fred Ryther and at the Clark Godden home. Mike Baer who has been a patient' at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines came home Thursday. He is improving following surgery- there. Eugene Steward left'Thursday for Arties to go by train to San Diego, Calif, where he will be assigned to his ship and expects to leave'the coast in October. Mi and Mrs 'Walter Steward drove to Ames with their son. Mr and Mrs "John Geesman are now living in Pamell Court at Ames where the former will attend college. Mrs Geesmah recently finished her nurses training at Des "Moines. Mr'and Mrs C. M. Grosfe spent Sunday with the Raymond Hoovers at Otho. Clayton Moore of Iowa City visited his parents the Paul Moores a few days this week. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bidne and Leone of Lake Mills were Sunday visitors at the Richard Lavrenz home. The women are sisters. Mrs Nelle Dremmel is visiting her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Floyd Dremmel and family in Aurora, 111. They plan to bring her home and will spend some time With relatives here. Mr and Mrs Wm. Ringsdorf have as a house guest Mrs S. D. Johnson of Stiiiwater, Minn. Mrs Johnson is a sister of Mr Ringsdorf. . Sunday supper guests at the Rblatid LavMnz home ewers M* irtdjttts T. H. Williamson alifl family bf Fort Dddgfe; and Mt wefe and ! Mrs Henry irfterfi'oon callers. Belkes Lone Rock Hi Classes Name New Officers • Lones|U>ek — The Lone Rock High < school and Junior High school Students have elected their Class' officers as 'follows: 7th and 8th grades — Rodney Priebe, president; Marilyn Rath, vice president; David Dreyer, secretary; and treasurer. Freshmen—Carol. Householder, president; Sandra Marlpw, vice president; Mary Ann Dittirie'r, secretary and treasurer; Jerry* Jensen, for member of Student Council. ••; i Sophomores—Madonna Marlow, president;. Judy Newbrough, vice president; Donna Blanchard, secretary and trensnrer; John Ramus," Student Council. Juniors-rMarjorie Houck,. president; Virginia Marlo<v, ' vice president; Janet Newbrough secretary; John Cotton, treasurer Ruth Schadendorf, ^tudent.Coun cil. Seniors-^-Barbara Quinn, presl dent; Melvin Meyer, vice presi dent; Shirley Baker, secretary Diane' Hovey, treasurer; Leon Marlow, Student Council! , • Lester Schultz, son of Mrs H Schultz, left Tuesday moitoing for his home in Norfolk, Va., after a two week's visit here attending his father's. funeral. Kaj Hamlin returned Tuesday also to Fairmont after a weekend visit with her grandmother. Mrs Eldin Marlow, Mrs Wm Schrader, Mrs Edw. Ohm, and Mrs Edw. Blanchard visited-Mrs Fred Dransfeldt at the Park Hospital in Mason City, where she underwent surgery. Mrs Frank Flaig entertained her birthday club Wednesday evening /in honor of Mrs J. F. Quinn's birthday. Guests were: Mrs Quinn, Mrs Jim Long, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Hulda Schultz, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Alex Krueger and Mrs Maude Blanchard. Five Hundred was . played duflne .the evening w|th Mrs J, F. i Quinn .winftiftg high itttee, Mrs Mary Fldig wmn- You can't beat success in an automobile for proof of value. So take a look at the national sales figures and you find this fact: Buick today is , outselling all other cars in America— regardless of price class—except two of the so-called "low-price three." And when you look at the "tomorrow" styling of this glamorous beauty—when you try it for V8 power, for room, fdir ^6m*fo^tj for ride —and when you check its low delivered price— you have all the reasons for Buick's soaring success. ,>*• The more cars we sell, the betfer deal we can make with you. So with our tremendous volume right now, we can offer you more money as an allowance on your present car when you trade it in for a new Buick. That means we're passing our success on to you where it counts-in the fewer dollars you pay for this dazzling new Buick. Want sure Resale Value You can see for yourself that Buick today is graced with modern beauty-year-ahead styling that's bound to stay fresh and new-looking for years to come. It's what the other cars will come to in the future-even to that broad panoramic windshield that's on every new Buick tqday, So you can be sure that you'll trade high later when you're ready to resell the Buick you buy right now. Come in-this very week-and make (he buy of the year in Buick. You'll find you're way ahead now—and at trade-in time well in the future. MILTON BE8UI 5TA8S •FOR BUICK«« Th« BuicvBarl* Show Ali«rnai« 105 N. Hall St. - WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ABE S.UUI QUICK Will 9UH0 tHitf •"" • SOHENSEN BUICK *-»- ing low anti Mrs Hulda SchUltz Wlnftltig 'travel. , . ' ' Fraftk attended" a'Dealers rrleet- ihg at Algdria Wednesday evening at Van's Cafe. • ' / Mrs Don ^linchard and Susaft called at the Elmer Frank home at Swea City Wednesday after" noon. , '• The Lone Rock Band Mothefs^ held their annual Chicken Supper at the Lone Rocjc School . Tuesday evening with around 180 guests present. There was around $50 contributed to their' baiaar.- Everyone enjoyed & , ver-y fine dinner. , The Idle Hour Clith will meet Thursday afternoon, Sept. '30" at the home of Mrs Elmer Krailse. Mrs J. C. Gammergaard ' oi Ringsted was a Thursday -dinner guest at the L. V.' Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Frqnk ,Geyer and family of St. Charles, Mo. spent Monday and Tuesday there. ' ; Mr and Mrs Elmer Nordine of Marathon were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Rev and Mrs C. E. Nordine, ' ' Thelma Anderson of Fenton called Sunday afternoon at the Frank Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Frank Gey er of St. Charles, Mo. called Monday afternoon at the Fred Geririch home. Mr and Mrs Mervyn Thompson of West Des Moines called there Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Genrich attended a District meev- ing of the Rural Carriers and Auxiliary Saturday afternoon and evening at Ringsted. ' : . The Lone Rock high school girls Softball teams won two victories the past week defeating Swea City 14 to 13 and Fenton 16 to 13. The Frank Dreyer family spent Monday evening at the George Long home. Mrs Harley Shellito of Spencer spent Wednesday visiting relatives heie. / Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson, Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell, Mr and Mrs H. A. Blanchard attended a Council for Retarded Children last Monday evening at the Presbyterian church in Algona, with C. M. Higbe, Special Education Director of the State Department of Public Interest. / ' Mrs Alfred Schultz entertained Mrs Hulda Schultz, Lester Schultz of Yorktown, Va., Kay Hamlin of Fairmont, Minn., and Mrs Maude Blanchard at dinner Monday evening injionor of Her husband, Alfred Schultz's birthday; Mrs Crahan, 82, Rites Sept. 25 v Last rites for Mrs Margaret Crahan, 82, a long-time resident of West Bend, were held Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Peter and aul's Catholic church. Rev. Louis Greying was celebrant of the requiem ma'ss and burial was in the' cemetery near Gilmore City. Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Hamilton Funeral Home of .Algona. Mrs Crahan died last Tuesday night at 10:30 in her home near West Bend, following a stroke which she suffered a month ago. She had lived in the West Bend area for 40 years. Her survivors include two daughters, Margaret Crahan, West Bend, and Mrs Joseph Brennan, Emmetsburg, six sons, Clement, Emmett and Walter, West Bend, Thomas, Livermore, Vincent and Francis; Sioux City. Three brothers also survive. Mrs Crahan's husband and three sisters preced- »d her in death. HYBRID SEED CORN GRO- COATED SEED OATS Available Now! In Leading Varieties Marvin Penning — Titonka Lawrence Presihus— Bancroft Joe Sinnwell — Bode Harold Fangman — Bancroft Stanley Black— Burl George Hobscheidl— LuVerne Donald Erickson — Algona. Alfred Christ— Lakota Stop Taking Harsh Drugs for Constipation Avoid Intestinal Upset! Get Relief Thh Gentle Vegetable laxative. Way! For constipation, nsvir take harsh drug*. They cause brutal cramps and gripiai, disrupt normal bowel action, nwfc? jp. peated doses seem needed. When you are temporarily constipated, get atn but gentle relief—without salts, without harsh drugi. Take PI. Caldwell's Senna Laxative contained ip Syrup Pepsin. The extract'of Seuoa in Dr. Caldwell's is out of iht fintU naturttJ laxatives known to medicine. Dr. Caldwell's Senna Laxative tastes good, gives gentle, comfortable, jatis- fying relief of temporsty constipation for every member of the faqjily. Helps you eet "on schedule" yithqut repeated doses. Even relieves $,cpmach sourness thac coasupation often f rings. Buy Dr. Cald^eU't. 14eney feack if not satisfied. Matt bottl: to B«X 280. Vwi 18, N. V. No. Iowa Flyers Meet Sept. 29 •tfhl-Ner-lh Iowa -Elylng' 'club will hgid a reofganlzatlofi meet-- ing on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 p.m.,at the Terminal Building 1 at Mason City airport; The purpose of , the Flying. Club is thd advancement 6| Civilian 'avia- tion'aAd't6 afford sta oppbrtmity for north loWans with similiar interests in aviation to; get better acquainted. 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