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Laurens Man Hew Coach At LivermoreHi By Lena Allman , Liveirmore—G.. F. TJdeback of Laurens has' been hired as coach herd commencing next fall. He Was .graduated from Luther college and since then<has been assistance Coach at Laurens.' He }s. filling the vacancy 'made by Lefty" Cayau, who has resigned. He and his wife will move here just before the fall term, of School .opens, as . they are in charge of the summer recreation' program in,. Laurens. Club SOO-Parltf"""* Mrs Chester Ogari was hostess to the NeigHborhodd Club at he* home Tuesday afternoon. Fjve Hundred was the* afterno&n's : etfi> tiu'tainment. Higlvprizg weht to Mrs Harold Gjerstad,, .traveling prize to Mrs Julius Becker &»d consolation prize to Mrs Bill WlU son. - ' ' Contract Bridge Club , ' ' • ' ; Members of the Contract-club were entertained at the home of Anna Altaian Saturday .after?noon. Following' lun'cheon con* tract bridge was; played. High prize 'went to Mrs' 1 George Len* ertz, second high to-Mrs Raymprjd Berte and traveling prize to; Mrs Harry Clark. • Mrs Joe'. Sanders and Mrs Raymond ' Berte. Were WE ARE NOW CONTRACTING FOR SPRING APPLICATION GRO MOR-GRO IS PHILLIPS 66 QUALITY Anhydrous Ammonia Most Concentrated Nitrogen Fertilizer ' MOR-GRO Anhydrous Ammonia (82.2% Nitrogen) ' © Will Save Money © Increase Crop Yield 0 Stretch'Moisture © Aid Early Growth LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT IT "Bumper Crops Begin With The Fertilizer" Algona Flour & Feed Co. • ! '.;'., i . i •- ; • ' • •:. Complete Fertilizer Service i 205 S. Phillips , Phone 257 fivltefl guests. The Senior Class play Was presented ; in the • Livermore : field house Tuesday evening. 1 -, Thost taking parl.'wjsre'KathJ'yh Beard* sley.j Ruth-A»h Jensenf KenHeth Vohes, Jackie Zeimet, Dennis Armstrong, Larry -Goleman, Qpr- don Hauck, Sue WilSbh, Lois Roney, J.dah Holllnger, Janet' Mflrtin,, tiihda. Butler, Lbis Roney" and Harold Lane., : Ju*)t ?or Fun Club , Mrs Elmer Gfohbach' entertained the, Just For Fun club members and Mrs Dolores Chrlstensen at her farm home . Wednesday afternoon. Auction bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Anna Altmari, Second high to , Mrs, Francis Murphy, 'traveling' prize 'to Lena AHmah and consolation prize to Mrs Anna Welter. Mrs Francis Murphy is a new member of the club. ' cently underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, has Muffled hoirte'., , ' , , Vera Hrfnsen 6f -Union Married Club Hosts' The married couple club of the Immanuel Lutheran church entertained the new adult confir- mants Sunday evening. 'Those in charge. of the entertainment were Mr and Mrs Edwin Handelman, Mr ahd . Mrs Daryl Frederick, Mr and Mrs. Dennis Skow.' Church Group'Picnics The Intermediate group of the Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church held a picnic Wednesday evening at the Paul Jarvis home. The purpose of the meeting was to organize the Intermediate Youth Fellowship group. During 1 the business meeting the following officers were elected: President, Ruth Ann Clark; vice president, Hugh Machintosh; secretary, Shirley Stoddard; and treasurer, Mike Stoddard. ..Mr and Mrs August. Paulson, who spent the winter months in Texas, have 'returned home. Invitations have been issued for a miscelloneous shower honoring Bernice Weiss, who will be married to Marvin Grohbach at the Beaver Township, Lutheran church, Friday, May 27. 'The shower will be held in the Legion Hall here Sunday, May 15. Mr and Mrs George Foth received word Of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs : Richard Thul of Algona at St; Ann hospital, Tuesday. The Thuls now have three daughter. Mrs Thul is the former Betty Foth and Mr Thuls parents are Mr and Mrs John Thul of St. Joe. Mrs Nick Bormann, who re- U3 0,471,6 61 Payroll Swe Is Iowa Incomes - All Iowa benefits from the big payroll of our brew- I ing industry. Paychecks for the many thousands of 1 employees of the industry's retailers, wholesalers, ' I and brewers in Iowa total more than $30,000,000. N * This income reaches every section of the state . . • I :» urban and rural. It buys groceries, clothing, insur- | } ance, cars and everything else that typical Iowa | \ families want and use. More Jobs Created by the Brewing Industry Yes, the brewing industry contributes substantially to Iowa's prosperity through the many thousand* of jobs it creates here in the state. And it further adds to Iowa's welfare through thd $23,000,000 in taxes paid each year, the $62,000,000 actually invested in the business here,' and the tens of thousands of dollars worth of Iowa) farm products purchased. Truly, the industry is • very real contributor to Iowa's '$&&& "*««f^& HELPS BUILD IOWA uiwnt _ . drove,- Wi«.! ^peht 'the day 1 : Wed- ftesday with her sister, Mrs Ffed Hintz, =-. . :•'"• . "h: ;';..;:•;:. John Olson, Mrs Oscar Ols6n, Mrs Herman Larson, Mrs Kenneth Howard and Mrs Ralph- Hoi* linger attended the fuheraT services of William Ramus at 'the tutherah church in Lu Verne last week Monday ^afternoon. ! Mt and Mrs Frank Hoffmann spent Saturday April, 30, wlj;h Mrs J. H.! Hbffriianrt. itl Des Moines. . She is Mr "HofMarlfi's sister-in-lawi , • ' ; V , InyltatiohS have been \ issued for a 'miscellaneous, shower at the .home of, Mrs George 5 Dphalds for Sunday afternooh; May;lS| n6nor- ihg Paula Shellenbergei 1 , ;\yho will soon be married. She; is the fifth grade teacher in the. school here. Mr and Mrs Chris' Madsen^ and family were Sunday; ,•• eveniAfi visitors at the- Lyle ; . '.Runchfey; home in West Bend. •'• ' !• Culvert Johnson and son, Wayne were business, .callers in Waseca, Minn., Saturday ; ., Mr and Mrs Julius Efecker and.; three daughters and .Mrs John. Becker of St. Joe spent Mother's Day with Mrs Becker's mother, Mrs John Youngwirth, at Wesley. Mrs Gale Berryhjll attended a miscellaneous shower -at. -Wes.1 Bend Thursday evening in honor of her niece, Rita Berryhill, who vill soon' t>e married; ! Miss 3erryhill is a teacher in the West- Send school. Jim Berryhill, who is , attend,- ng Teachers 'College 'at Superior, Wis., came home to spend Mother's Day. • ' , . Mrs McKibbon, Thor, spent the day Friday with her parents, Mr ind Mrs Ray Gales. Mary Ann Scott, R. N. of the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge spent Thursday ; evening and Friday with her parents, Mr ahd Mrs Norman Scott. Mrs Ernest Miller entertained few friends at a card party al her home Friday eVening in hon- jr of her' brother and wife, who were here from California on. a visit. Dinner guests Sunday at the Chester Ogan home were Mr and VTrs Clarence Hefty and Mrs Rose Hefty of LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Francis Kruse of Corwith, Mr and Mi's William Mooney if Pauma Valley, San Diego Co., Calif, were dinner guests Tuesday at the Howard Barton home. Mrs Nick Zeimet of Roundup, Montana, is ' spending several weeks here visiting her son, Ray Zeimet, and family and at the Henry and Pete Zeimet home. Mr and Mrs Herman Larson accompanied Mr and Mrs George Larson, and daughter, Sharon, of Wallingford to Roland Sunday, April 24, where they went to attend a wedding. Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz attended; the funeral services of Mrs Hintz' father, William Ramus, at the Lutheran church, in LuVerne Monday, rafternoon. .. Charley Noonan of Britt-was a : dinner guest Sunday at the .tf! Smith homo. Kc als& visited at ; the home of his sister, Mrs John Wonderley and his daughter,. Mrs Frank Reding and family-'. •. ••;••' ; -Mr and Mrs Pete Wherling of St< Jpe entertained Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte a.t, a 'steak dinner. E)t Fairmont, 'Saturday evening ;UV honor of their birthdays, which were 'both last week. ,-'A seven pound "and two ounce daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Alfred. Smith at: Fort Dodge hospital.: This is their first child Mrs Smith is the former Donna M9Crady, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady. , Virginia Bormann, who Is taking nurses' training at St. Joseph's hospital in Sioux City spent the. weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, Her mother recently underwent surgery at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Carl Wagner, who also takes training in Sioux Cjty spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. • Mrs Leila Heiter, who spent the winter months at Lone Rock, has returned home. Mr and Mrs Jerry Foreman, who have been living in an apartment over the Livermore State Bank, will move this week into the house in the northeast edge of town vacated by the Claude Laurence family. Mr and Mrs Joe Sabacky and son, Ronald, of West Grove Twp. were last Thursday evening callers in the Claude Laurence Home. Mr and Mrs James J. Ledden ot near Duncombe were last Sunday afternoon callers in the Laurence home. Mrs Margaret Smith took her son Kenneth to Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Thursday where he had his tonsils removed. Kathryn Beardsley, Lois Roney and Charles Rummens attended u Young People's meeting of the Presbyterian church at ^ocahon- tas, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Jack Kronberg and daughter Helen of Alden, Minn. spent the weekend here at the Art Vaudt home. "They also visited at the Wayne Vaudt and Raymond Berte homes. Mr and Mrs Maurice Miller and family of Algona were Sunday evening visitors with Mrs Vaudt's aunt, Mrs Johanna Smith. Oscar and Ida Rjley of West Bepd spent Saturday evening and Sunday with hi? sister, Mrs Kale Collins. Mrs John Olson and Mrs Edna Goodenough attended a Presbytery at Lake City Thursday. Mrs Goodenough was appointed a representation to the Presbyterial from the Fort Dodge synod to Ames in July. Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson spent the weekend in Hayfield, Minn. visiting his brother Murphy Wilson ^nd wife. y. Mrs Herman Larson visited Tbursdsy with Mrs Ray Christ- tepsjsn af QraJUioger. Mr S Youog had just returned from Iowa City where she h^d been,« patient for ssven weelM. * ' The Rev. and Mrs 0. William Luecke attended the funeral services of William RamUs at the Lutheran church in LUVerhe Monday afternoofl.' Mr and Mrs 'Art Vaudt and Marilyn'were,guests Wednesday evening at the Raymond Berte home and helped him celebrate his birthday.; • • : • Dinner guests Sunday at the Carl Underberg home were Mrs Robert Pfaff of ,Fort Dodge, Mrs James Ndonari bf Eagle Grove, and Mr and , Mrs Dwain Benge and family of Bradgate. Mrs Rose Nelson, Margaret and James McBreen attended Mass at Wesley Sunday morning. Then they accompanied Mr, and Mrs Clarence Nelson ~aiid daughters to Armstrong. -i6t '. a • picnic dinner honoring ; the' wedding anniversary of Mr. and: Mrs Nelson and the anniversary of Father Linus Eisenbacher's ordination to .the priesthood. Dinner guests Sunday at the .Dave Fisher home were Mr and Mrs Francis Henley and family of Lehigh, Mr and Mrs Emmet Lamer and son of Eagle Grove and Mr and Mrs Robert Fisher *4ncl two sons of Titonka. "*'Mrs' Richard Thul and children of, 1 'Algona visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs jeorge Foth. Mr and MrS Ernest Haack, Mts 'Foth and son were Satur- day'evening visitors at the home of,- their sister, Mrs Emrick, and 'amily at Ringsted. . Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and three daughters were supper' [uests last week Sunday a't the lome of Mr and Mrs Dick; May n Corwith. Mrs Zeak Smith, who has been ,11 at her home has been taken Eo a Ford Dodge'hospital for treatment. Robert McCrady left Monday !or Des Moines where he was inducted into 'the arhiy.' Mrs Anna Welter, who spent ;he winter months with her daughter, Mrs Fred Falb, in Tucson, Arizona, and with her sister, Mrs Barbara Donald, in California has returned home. one of the east, Donn Moomaw, All-American football star at UCLA a year ago, who now is concentrating on church work. Thursday, May 12, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper De* Moln«-3 Read The Want Ads - It Pays! Billy Graham Film Here May 23 "Souls In Conflict", Evangelist Billy Graham's latest movie, filmed against the backdrop of the London Crusade, will be shown in the Algona High School auditorium, Monday, May 23 at 7:45 p.m., according to an announcement last weekend by Rev. Roland Andrews of the -First Baptist Church. ' - • The movie, photographed in color, will be shown, admission free. 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