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8-Algono (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, May 26, 1955 Ex-Resident Of Whittemore Buried May 21 Whlttemofe — Funeral services for Mrs Sylvester Haves, 56, were held atiStj Michael's Catholic church ih Whittemore, Saturday, May 21, at 9:30 a.m. Rev William Steil of Chicago, officiating. Pallbearers Were J. B. Geelan. William Duffy, Leo Walters, George J. Elbert, Timothy O'Brien, and Charles G. Kollasch. Burial was at St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs Hayes died Thursday, May 19, at a hospital in Mason City. Mrs Hayes was the daughter of John J. Steil, deceased, and his wife Elizabeth Steil of Emmetsburg. She Was borri Oct. 7, 1899, in Emmetsburg, In 1928 she was married to Sylvester Hayes of Whittemore. They took up residence in Whittemore immediately after their marriage. -Mr Hayes and AnthoyiSchmitt Jr., operated a garage and repair shop here. Aftpf 12 vears here in 1940 Mr and Mrs Hayes moved to Manley, where they resided two years, then moved to California for two years, and returned to Iowa and established their home in Mason City where they have Jived since. They were the parents of one son, John, now a student at the University of Iowa. Surviving arc her husband and son, her mother, Mrs Elizabeth Steil of Emmetsburg, three brothers, Howard Steil of Spencer, Harold Steil qf Mankatb, Minn.,; and Father Wil r liam Steil.of. Chicago/and' her sister, Mrs Jerry (Bess) Ryan, of Baltimore, Md. • • ' •" C. D. of A. "Elects The regular meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America was held at the Academy hall last week Thursday. Mrs Ben Hanson, Grand Regent, presided at the business meeting. Officers for the coming year were elected. Mrs Edmund O'Brien, Grand Regent; Mrs Joseph Fogerty, Vice Grand Regent; Mrs George Streit, Pro- phetee; Mrs Harold McDonnell, Lecturer; Mrs Herman Kollasch, Historian; Mrs James Besch, financial secretary; Miss Dora Besch, treasurer; Mrs .Francis Mullin, Monitor; Mrs Elmer Steier, sentinel; Mrs Jack Spurgeon, organist; Mrs Henry Dahlhauser, Mrs Ralph Fandel, and Miss Agnes Loebach, trustees. Graduation Parlies Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl entertained a number of guests at the Arthur Heidenwith home Tuesday night in honor of her son, Ralph, who graduated with the class of 1955 at the Whittemore High. Present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Sebers and sons, Mark, and David, and daughter, Susan, of Auroria, 111., Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son, Eldon Rae, Mr und Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son, Lyle, and Eunice Maahs. At the Edward'Besch home in honor of their daughter's graduation Sunday were Mrs Mary Reding, Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding, Mr and Mrs Orville/Wagner, Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding, Mr and Mrs Gerald Kisch, and families, all of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Mike Besch Sr., Mr and Mrs Nick Reding; Beverly Gerber, Dianne Eisenbarth, and Dorothy Gade. Mr arid Mrs Gotlieb Loebach entertained a number of relatives Sunday at the Plantation dining room in honor of their daughter Karen's graduation. The honored »uests were Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Sr", Agnes and Mary, Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Jr., and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Kohl- IN - REGISTER FOR V , '-.';', •''.';'••'' »%/"'"]'•' -"•'v> : l J. •" : -''-'»/•"• 'rv'.''' •'''» lYour Hearts Desire FREE— i You May Be The Lucky Winner I Bjustrom's Furniture haas and family, of Bode, Mr and Mrs Raymond Dietrick and fam« lly, Mr and Mrs Bert Bjprlbri and family, of Humboldt, arid Mrs C. E. Derner and daughter Gertrude Murphy of Chicago. , Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert, who's daughter Madonna, and Mr and Mrs George Elbert's daughter, Mary Jo, graduated with the class nt' Presentation Academy, Sun* day entertained a number of relatives at the Earl Elbert horiie. The guests included Mr and Mrs Lewis Elbert and Miss Mildred Fuchsen, of Pocahofitas, Mr and Mrs H. J. Fuchsen, and Mr and Mrs Arval Fuchsen,' and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Leo P.'Elbert and daughter Carol, of Corwith, Mr and Mrs .Frank W. Elbert and daughter Anita, Mr and Mrs Leo Walters; Mr and Mrs R. J; Vaughn, Mr and Mrs Andy Elbert, Mrs Rose Schumacher, Milo Kollasch, Rev. Gerald Zensen, of here, Mr and Mrs Herbert French and family of Gillette Grove and Mrs Sidney Laird of Algona. Mr and Mrs Thomas McDonnell entertained at a dinner at the Shelter House at Algona in honor of their son James' graduation. Present were Mrs Tom McDonnell, Bernard and Garnet McDonnell, Miss Irene Elbert, Mr and Mrs John M. Farrell, Mr and Mrs •Mike Mergen, Mr and Mrs James Besch, and family of Whittemore, Mrs M. B. Dannewitz and family, Belmond, Mr and Mrs Clem Mergen and family of Lakota, Raymond Higley, of Algona, Francis Higley of Woden, and Vivian irtumpson of Emmetsburg. Mrs Peter Fandel received word last week Friday ofs the death of a brother-jin-law, August Blum, of Hamlet, Ind. Those who attended the funeral from here include Mr and Mrs Walter Fandel, Marcella Fandel, and .Mr and ivirs William Fandel. Erwin Siems, Hugo Meyer, Lorenz Gade, and Walter Vaudt, left for a fishing trip in Northern Minn. Thursday Martin (Butch) Potratz,, 'Roy ,Adams, . Walter (Stitz) Meyer arid George Meyer left for the nbrthern. part of Minnesota to try their luck. Ruth Braatz" returned home from Clarinda Saturday where she had been teaching .the past two years. : She. will start the fall term at Fort Wayne, Ind., in a parochiijV school. •/;..'•. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy visited with Mrs Du'nphy's aunt, Mrs Fred Wahlers 1 in Albert Lea, Minn., Sunday, '., Charlotte Meier student. nurse at the Naeve H6'spital in Albert Lea spent the;weekend here with her parents, Mr atid Mrs Theodore Meier. Mr and Mrs Walter Bell and Mrs Lena Bell of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr:and Mrs George Bell of Guckeen,; Minn., visited here with Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda, last week' Friday. Saucers4uf a Bargain OUT OF THIS WORLD! VALUE YOURS FOR ONLY When you come in to see a demonstration of the new INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER REFRIGERATORS and FREEZERS They're reql stainless steel I They'll never crack or break or peel! Use 'em in the refrigerator, in the oven, over the flame, on the table—each holds one pint. Airtight, snap-on plastic lids, too, to seal in flavor and seal out other food odors. Get your set of 3 stainless steel bowls just by dropping in k> see our new IH refrigerators and freezers. Finest refrigerator and freezer values we've ever offered! A new 12-cu. ft. refrigerator that fits in the space of an 8! All sizes and types of refrigerators — 7.4 to 12 cu. ft... many automatic ... all with the Decorator Door. New chest-type and upright freezers — 7 to 20 cu. ft. Come in — and get in —on these values now! IOW PRICES-BIG TRADE-INS-NOW AT ALGONA inPLEMENT They attended the funeral of John J. Baas. ftosella Volet of Algeria'spirit tht : Weekend net & i with her ftfir^ ents, Mr and Mrs Herman VQlgt. , Mr and Mrs Alfred MeyerV'-and Sons, Gayle and Roger, and Mrs Mathilda Meyer fattended :the graduation exercisls of their niece arid granddaughter Phyllis Bruhn, ri<»ld at Cylinder, Friday night; T Mrs Robert Peters and daughter of Siotix Falls, B. D., and'Mr and Mrs Adolph Dietrick of Em* metsburg, were Thursday evening dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Kaiph Walker. Plan Rites At and Mrs Essie Cooper were visitors at the Edward VohRank home Memorial Day Oitosen — The American Legion and auxiliary have planned the following program for MSm-' orial Day, Monday, May 30 in 'the Commercial club building to-start at nine o'clock in the morning. Musie, Beth Olson. . • : •"' Advance of Colors. Pledge, assembly, led by Le- idon commander. Star- Spangled Banner. Invocation, Rev. E. E. Greene. Moment-of Silence. Music, Flute duet by Gail Banwart and Priscilla Holt. Music, Ottosen Lutheran choir. Reading, Mrs Harold Mountain. Vocal solo, Margaret Kelley. Address, Rev. E. E. Greene. Music, Ottosen Lutheran choii Benediction, Rev. E. E. Greene. The program at cemetery wlli include a prayer by Rev. E. E. Greene, Gettysburg Address, by Henry Meyer, In Flanders Field, by Elsie Ryg and Taps, by Bruce Watnem. Wreath bearers will be Beverly Kampen, Peggy Kampen, Craig Kinseth, Pamela Cooper and Jo- Ellen Meyer. ' ' •' P. W. O. Meeting The Presbyterian Women's Organization met Friday afternoon: in the' church ' parlors' with Mrs, Sam Kropf hostess. Mrs W. E." Hundertmark and Mrs Jesse Van-.; Buskirk read selections. Margaret Ann Kelley sang, accompanied at. the piano by her mother, Mrs, Louis Kelley. Mrs Eugene Hofiu's read and Marilyn Long sang accompanied at the piano by Martha Usher. Mrs Ralph Richards read the lesson for the day. The, next meeting will be June 10 with Mrs Chester Alme and Mrs Mike Coyle hostesses. • Mrs Hollis Cooper was hostess to the Ladies Rural club Thursday afternoon at her home. This was the last meeting for this group for the summer. The new club year will begin in August. The picnic will be held Thursday, .evening, June 2 at the park at 'Rolfe for members and their families. Forty-eight relatives gathered at the Antone Speich home Sunday for a family reunion. Mrs Lowell Shelgren and baby daughter came to the parental Roy Enockson home Wednesday from Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where the baby was born Monday, May 18. Visitors at the Roy Enockson home during graduation in honor of their daughter Barbara, were Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Thorston Satern, West Bend, Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgren of Gilmore City, Mr and Mrs Ernest Enockson of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Ivan Schneider of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson, Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson and Arland, Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and Suzanne and Merland Anderson of Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson attended the silver wedding anniversary honoring Mrs Olson's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Fred Benjiman at the Lutheran church located between Rutland and Bradgate, Sunday afternoon. Others from Ottosen who were there were Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson and Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson. Mike Coyle visited Tuesday afternoon at 4he John Coyle home at Eagle 'Grove. Mr John Coyle returned home Monday <rom Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where he had been a patient for three weeks. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme attended commencement exercises at Lone Rock Monday evening. Following the program they were guests at the A. A. Krueger home. Tuesday evening Mrs Caroline Tclford and Lawrence Telford ap. , , , •Janice Wbrster,' daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurel Worster is employed at the Eateria cafe- in Humboldt for the summ'er monthsi * ' : ' Mrs Pearl HahSbrt of Whittemore was a Tuesday visitor at the; Percy Watnem home. Thursday Mr and Mrs Watnem visited at» the Merle Faulk home at Esther- V1 Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug arid' family ahd Mr and Mrs 'Richard Kinseth and family visited Saturday evening at the Robert NaeVe home at Dakota.* Ci.ty. Mr and 'Mrs' Merle Holt anltV family attended graduation at Corwith Wednesday evening and following were guests at the; Leonard Mullins' home.' They were also there Sunday. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik arid sorr Curtis were tit the home fff Mrs Dorothy Malkmus Sunday evening for the birthday of K.athryn Malkmus. ' • .Mr and Mrs Harold Kropf of Dakota City came after their family Sunday. The children haVe been staying .with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Roy Stolil and family of West Bend visited at the Kropf home. Sunday, Mr and Mrs, Antone Waechter and family were at the Henry Dalhauser home at West Bend. The Dalhauser's son, Max, is an 8th grade graduate; Mr and Mrs Peter Dalhauser of Whittemore were also there. Mrs Helen Malm of Palmer and Mrs Hannah Moench of Ppmeroy visited at the Roy Jacobson home. Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson visited at. the Walter Jacobson .home at Rembrandt. Sunday visitors at the Donald Larson home were Mr and Mrs John Vorrie and Everetfe of Thor, Mr and Mrs Elmer .Larson and Altje and Connie of Bode, Mr and Mrs .Conrad Johnson and family and Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson. . . . Mrs Albert Helle arid children attended a birthday party honoring Diane Halsrud, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud at the Halsrud homo Saturday afternoon. The little girl was .ten years old. , . • -Mi-j- Claia Solberg and Oliver Christianson and Billy attended commencement at Fer>ton Tuesday evening. Allan Helland, son of Mr and Mrs E./A. Helland, former residents here was . £ member of the class. .Sunday evening visitors at the Magnus Bratland home were Mr and Mrs Richard Christianson and Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Humboldt and Pastor and Mrs Harold Mountain. Award Honors tlficate for a five-minute dicta- tfbri in shorthand at 60 words a minute arid 95 per cent accuracy in 'transcfipfiott. Josephine Platt also won .fij'certificate for dictation at'the'4ame speed. Second prize for typing speed went td Mary Kay Duffy, who typed at the rate of 49.2 words a minute. Bette Detrlck won third place, With a speed of 48.8 words a minute. In the typing control "division Al Grill went first place. His speed was 42 words a minute with no errors. Ernest Zaugg look second with 34 words a minute and no errors. Third place went : to Tom Kinsey, who wrote 47.6 words a.minute with one error. Long Beach where he is teaching science in the schools there. Mr and Mrs E. A. Genrich are leaving June 18 for Algona to complete some business arid spend about three weeks visiting friends and relatives. Their new Genriches Buy A Trailer Park Mr 'and Mi's E. A. Genrich, former Algonans, now living in California, have just purchased a trailer park at Duarte, Calif., which is near Pasadena. The Gen- riches went to Anaheim from Algona about a year ago. Duarte is about eight miles from Pasadena and is on Hwy. 66. The Genrich son, Howard, has ust purchased a new home in address is 1437 E. Huntington Drive, Duarte, Calif. 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Gold pins bearing the word "Annual" were presented to Marita Zaugg, editor of the Cecelian, and John Elbert, associate editor. Annual staff members who received g.iver pins were Janice Doerning, Janelle Doerning, and James Sheridan. Clarence Metzger received a gold pin for his work as business manager of the yearbook. His staff, which consisted of Robert Ernst and Edwin Hammer, received silver pins. A gold pin, speech award, was presented to James McMahon who won top ratings in original oratory and extemporaneous speaking in the state contest. A silver pin for radio speaking went to Dave Bruch, and a certificate for original oratory went to Thomas Zender. Nine awards were given for commercial work. Sondra Elbert received a gold pin for the best bookkeeping practice set. Jeanette McCarthy won two awards: first prize for speed in typing, rate 55.8 words a minute, and a cer- Phone 52 1407 Commercial St. FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL! 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