The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 6
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. 6-AJgona (la.) Upper Dei Moinet Tuesday, April 10, 1956 m V.W.P. Auxiliary Install V.F.W. auxiliary members hold a meeting Wednesday evening at which the following new officers were installed: Prcgident Lou Kelly, senior vice president, Ellen Eyers; junior vice president, Clara Funk; treasurer, Lorraine Schoby; secretary, Marian Balluff; chaplain, Anna Larson; Conductress, Mildred Zeiglcr; Guard, Louella Palmer; trustees, Irene Will, Delia Finch, Marie O'B r i e n; Partiotic instructor, parlene Immerfall; Banner bearer, Theresa Willger; Flag bearer, •Carrie Rcdemske; Musician, Helen Chaberlain; Historian, Delia Finch: Color bearers, Lucille 'Johnson, Linnea Hiserodt, Almn Marshall, Zelma Johnson, Soroplomist Speaker Dick Everds of Estherville wa guest speaker Wednesday noon a the Tegular luncheon meeting o the Soroptomist International o Algona held at Hotel Algonfl. M Everds spoke on his recent trip to Europe in which he was an American citizen representative for the federal refugee program Ho visited many refugee camps while there and conferred with state department officials from various countries. Upon his return to the United States he submitted a "report to the government. Mr Everds is .a partner in Everds Bros, which have headquarters in Algona. He was accompanied to the luncheon by his wife. COMPARE OUR PRICES COMPARE OUR QUALITY AND YOU'LL KNOW WHY The Best FREEZER BUY IS AN Admiral Admiral 17.08 S: Freezer At. Algona Implement Sealed-Off Quicjc Freezing Com- .partment . . . "Child-Proof" Freezing Control... Safety Handle with Built-in Lock . . , Warning Signal Light . . . Will Not "Sweat"... Store* 598 Ibfe 16th Birthday Sandra Shumway entertaine a group of friends Sunday even ing At'a pizza party in celebration of her 18th birthday. Those it attendance were Barbara Bpurno Elaine Branson, Marcia Cowan Judy Co'wan, Connie Drone, Mar ilyn- Dreesman, Kathy Dormant Pat Ferris, Sandra Hutchins Janet Hurt, Cqrol Hayes, Nancj Kain,. Sharon Powers, Connie Priebe, Loralie Roupe, Karei Shirley, Sue Sprague, barlem Skogstrom, Marilyn Seller, Vir ginia Simons, Arnetta Sweet, Pa Van Allen," Cheryl Vander Wda and Judy Kay Voigt. Guests At Livermore A pot luck supper was helc last week Sunday at Mr and Mrs Earl Armstrong's at Livermore The afternoon was spent hunting Easter eggs. Those in attendance were Mr^and Mrs Paul Schneider, David and Patty, Mr and Mrs Merle Moore, Mrs Betty Bierstedt, Adrian Casler, Vernon Casler, Mr and Mrs August Schmidt, Linda and Lynn, Delbert Moore, and Fred Schneider of !yUnder. The evening was spent nt 500 after which lunch was erved. / Admiral* 20.0 £ Freezer REGULAR $389.95 4 $3501 REGULAR $449.95 Sealed-Off Quick Freezing Com* partmenf . . . "Child-Proof" Freezing Control . . .' Safety Handle with Boiff-ln Lock ... Warning Signal light.. . Will ALSO ADMIRAL Not»Sw.ar...Storo.700lEi, i 4 J u - e , ftc - a Y 5pri9 ^ 299,95 ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. 1407 Commercial St. Phone 52 - Algona Newcomers Meet Newcomers Club met last 'hursday at the American Legion Jlub rooms. Hostesses were Mrs \. F. Agena, ,Mrs Russefl Buchanan and Mrs John Roberts. Five.new members were introduced at . the meeting after which cards were, played. Prizes went to Mrs Larry Knoll and Mrs Jack Stevens. The next meeting will be April 19th, 7:30 p.m. at the Legion Club rooms. Shower Hostesses Mrs C. G. Macumber and Mrs Leonard Warner were among the hostesses at a miscellaneous shower given Sunday, afternoon at the Lutheran church in Burt for Alvina Baade whose e,ngage- me'nt and' approaching marriage to Max Bierstedt has been announced. Others in attendance from here were Mrs Don Bierstedt, Mrs Betty Bierstedt and Dora Bierstedt. Siverdale Club The Riyerdale Friendly Club teld their meeting Wednesday, April 4, at the home of Mary Becker with Marie Bernau and Dpal Barker assisting • hostesses. Sixteen answered roll call by repealing their secret sisters. Dorohy Boldridge and Doris Miller iad charge of the program. The next meeting will be May 2 at he home of Loretta Thilges., Attends Wedding Josie McEvoy attended the wedding of her niece, Maureen McEvoy and .William Dunn of San Franfcisco, Calif., last Saturday in the 9t. Thomas church, Emmetsburg. Mgsr. E. L. McEvoy, uncle of the bride, performed the wedding ceremony. Maureen is an x-ray technician' for four doctors in San Francisco where they will make their home. In WhittemoKe ; |li| last " . • • f :..." • •-'• /O'-v f ••-.. ** "'ir^ ' ' ••'.?• ' '".-••' K-3'" : - ''• ^ r The senior class at PresentaJion Academy, Whitlemore, will present the play "Tiger On His'Toes", a 3-act comedy, in the acade my hall Sunday, April 15, at 8;15 p.m. Members of the cast ar shown above. Included in the, cast are Leo Farrell, Kenneth Mergen, Eileen Collasch, Rita Streit, Emilie Bormann, John Thul, James Elbert Lamolne Schtiller, Joann Schuller, Nina Weber, Lavonne Kollasch' Teanette Faber, Elizabeth Duffy, Raymond Kemna, Ray D. Harm ma Jerome Kliegl. .••••• . Id u P nc°le e3f ^^ ^ OUn& " fam " y fortune and an fVed In California The marriage of R. A. Davidson and Mrs Amy Zimmerman Skinner took place Thursday, March 29 at Ventura, Calif. The couple will be at home after June 1 at 509 East Elm street. Hostess At Dinner Saturday evening, March 31; Judy Rieken entertained at dinner Jim Galbraith, -his mother, Mrs Bdtty Galbraith and grandmother, Mrs Ulheman, and Barbara Galbraith. Al Reid, Sandra Shumway Nancy Amon, Darlene Skogstrom, and Tom Hutchison. . Hospital Gets Check Hostess To Classmates Judy Rieken entertained six classmates at a movie and 'slumber party March 28, the occasion being her seventeenth birthday. Those attending were: Connie Priebe, Marilyn Dreesman, Sharon Powers, Darlene Skogstrom, VTaribelle Kain and Delores Thompson. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Don Hemmingsen enter- .ained the members of her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs rlarry Greenberg was a guest. High and second high score prizes were won by Mrs Greenberg and Mrs Jack Chrischilles. H Wheel Alignment • • B IS SERVICED HERE BY FACTORY- TRAINED MECHANICS USING MODERN EQUIPMENT & THE RIGHT MATERIALS Prices Right, Too! LET KOSSUTH MOTOR DO IT RIGHT! We Service and Repair ALL MAKES Cars and Trucks KOSSUTH MOTOR CO Funeral Apr. 4 For Mrs, Behnke Of LuVerne LuVerne— Funeral rites were held Wednesday in Immanuei Lutheran Church at Livermore for Mrs Mary Behnke, 89, from LuVerne. Burial was in the LuVerne Cemetery. x Mrs Behnke died Monday in the home of Mrs Mae Reeves at Livermore where she had >made her home for some time. Mary Hauck, was born 'July 12, 1866 to William ' and Augusta. Moutey Hauck. She moved to LuVerne where she was united in marriage to Carl Behnke April 3, 1888. Mr Behnke passed away in Feb., 1936. She is survived by two sisters, Alvina and Rose Hauck of Livermore. She was preceded in death by her husband and parents. Hi School Music Groups ToSinq •, -9 The Algona High School vocal and instrumental departments will present the 1956 version of "Say It With Music" on Tuesday, April 17, in the high schoo auditorium. As in previous years there will be no charge for admission. The mixed chorus, girls' chorus, Symphonettes, small chorus, and seven soloists will sing. Most of the songs will be accompanied by the theatre band, and several have modern dances set to the music. Richard Palmer, high school debate coach, will read the narrative. There will be several stage settings for the program, one a theatre marquee, another an out- of-doors scene. It is during the out-of-doors scene that most of the solos are sung. Soloists are Barbara Bourne, Karen Hutchina, START'EM RIGHT... NEW SUI> ER PURINA CHICK STARTENA with NiCorboiln for cocci protection As Ford Gift St. Ann Hospital received a check for $6,450 from the Ford Foundation Monday, according to hospital authorities. The check represents half of its share of Ford's $200,000,000 grant to assist the nation's 3500 voluntary. non-profit hospitals to improve and extend their services. The balance of the gift to St. Ann will be paid next year. Under the terms of the grant, final decision on the use of the money is left to the hospital's governing board, the only condition being^that the funds cannot be used for repaying past obligations or operating expenses for services currently being perform- When formal application foi the grant was made by Sister Mary Etheldreda, the Ford Foundation was informed of possible uses for the money here. Restrictions on use* of the money are not at all severe: In fact, the money may be used for practically anything the hospital's governing board thinks will best serve the hospital's community. O The Ford gift will permit St. Ann to do -things which- wcruld lave been impossible in this day of trying to keep pace with medical science so, accomplishments of the. scientists may be translated into patient care. The grant was a great vote of confidence in the voluntary hospital system, according to Mother Mary Nicholas, chairman of the'board. • ,' According to Dr. Edwin L. Crosby, director of the American Hospital Association, ."the grants will bring greater community understanding to total hospital needs and greater support for their" solution. The Ford grants are munificent indeed, but cannot meet the total needs, of our community hospitals." Will Speak To Auxiliary Here Dr. Robert Lee, former Algona physician and now anesthesiologist at Fort Dodge, will be the juest, speaker al the open meet- ng of St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary at the hospital on Tuesday, April 7, at 2 p.m. Mrs Luke Linnan, program hairman, will introduce Dr. Lee, who will discuss his speciality! nesthesiology, and exhibit some f the equipment' used in the practice of his profession. He will also tell of army experiences during his tour of duty in Germany. A special invitation is extended to members of the, staff of St. Ann hospital to hear Dr. Lee's talk; Mrs Craig Smith, social chairman, and members of her committee will serve refreshments following the program. At (he 'April meeting of the board of directors of the auxi- • liary, Mrs JN. J. Kelley, president and Mrs W. F. Hamstreet of Burl were named delegates to the state convention in Des Moines on April 2G. Alternates are Mrs Dan Bray and,Mrs Craig Smith. Ine Algona delegates 'will conduct a workshop for those inter- ested in nursing scholarships. ,;' Mrs Dan Bray and Mrs Joe jBfatUeyj phairmen, reported a ilir^YSuccessful ' rummage sale. Thanks are due all who cbntri- .buted Mms for the sale as- well a| thdse who gave their time. Hauenstein Baby Services Held Graveside rites for Suzanne Lee Hauenstein/infant daughter of Mr aftd Mrs EJnier Hauehstein .of.lrVington, Were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at McCulfough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. E. L. Wittkopp, Burt, officiated at the rites. The little girl,*bbrn prematurely at St. Ann hospital Mar. 21, died Friday morning. She was IB days old./ She is survived by her parents and four sisters, Terralee, Nelvi- nea, Gwen and Jeraldine,. all at home. ,«A brother preceded her "in death. i . ,— • Holstein Heifers Sell Very Well A very successful sale of 200 head of Holstein open dairy heifers was held last Wednesday by Gerald JFrankl at the Algona Sales Co. barn here, with the entire group being sold. Seventy-five head of heifers went to a buyer from Charles- ton, Ark. .' ' . Among the buyers were two KoSsuth men,- Alva Kahler and Henry Zeimet. Other buyers were from Harlan,. Sioux Falls, Stanhope, Sac City, Joice and Kingsley, and Valley Springs, S. D. WIPE OUT RATS! WHEN YOU USE FAMOUS dCON RJEADYrMIX WORLD'S GREATEST FIELD TESTS PROVE 'i XI-2-1 E»»f 0«v«lop«d > SAFEST Wdfferln frtit. vet Evtr D«v«lop«d GUARANTEED TO DESTROY YOUR RATS AND MICE OR YOUR MONEY BACK! Coast-To-Coast Store RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis. Minn., will demonstrate, wiihout charge, his."Rupture Shields" in Algona Hotel, Algona TUESDAY, APRIL 17 From 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Please come early. Mr. Hoffman says. I have specialized in the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 and personally fitted well over twenty thousand cases. When skillfully done most Rupture openings will contract -in a short lime. Above all you can go to work immediately wiihout fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied customers rfght here in this community. ! If . ne 9 le , cled -rupture may cause weakness, backache. » st ? mac *i a " d 3 as P a . ins - People having large ruptures, mentc returned_ after surgical operations or injection treat- merits, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't ex. HOF FMANN." If unable to see him at th?s time. HOFFMAN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 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