The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
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$£>% al«f- *&ffis8s?Ji3 m fuesttoy, April 17, 1954 &•-, Visit LuVerne v liuVewi^The Rev. and Mrs J. Or Jones, missionary with the -Assembly of God church from Tafija, Bolivia were recent guests in the 'home* bf Mr and Mrs Edward Dehnert They are home on a year's leatfe and will return February 1857 for five years. Mr Dehnert made his h&me with the •Rev. and Mrs Jones during his stay m Bolivia last year as he worked as a millright there. Bridge Club Meets Mrs Kenneth Sorensen was hostess to the Bid N Bye bridge club in her home Tuesday evening. Contract was played a) tnite tables With honors, Mrs Jon Nelson and Mrs Earle Hanselman. Birthday Club Party The Frog Hollow Birthday Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Herman Hansen with Mrs Robert Murray assisting hostess. Mrs Donald Morriss was a guest. The birthday of Mrs Earl Manning. Mrs Alice Hanifan and Mrs Murray Were observed and each received a gift. After business meeting, Mrs Manning and Mrs Alfred Smith had .charge of the enter- tainment. Mtt Brink Mrs Allyn Brink was hostess to the Tuesday club in her home. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse starting with their initial. Election of officers was held. Mrs B. E. Martin was elected president, Mrs Edward Hof, vice- president; and Mrs Arthur Manss, secretary,-ti'easurer. Plans were made for guest day; May 8. An* nouncement was made of the county federation meeting to be held April 27 in Burt. The lesson was given by Mrs Paul Blumer. Mrs Albert Genrich read a poem in memory of a member, Mrs Van Hansen. Several heirlooms -were brought by members and displayed. Mrs Blanche Shoemaker of Merrill, Iowa was a guest. Svening Star Circle The Evening Star Circle met Thursday evening in the home of Mrs Kenneth Sorensen. Twelve members answered roll call with household hint. Mrs S. R. Baker was a guest. Election of officers was held with Mrs James Mallory elected president; Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, vice president; Mrs Robert Barber, secretary and Mrs Dale Zentner, treasurer. The devotional service was led by Mrs Sylvester Brace and the lesson study was given by Mrs Allyn Brink. Wermersen, Stoux Falls, S. D. Mrs Jess Jergensen and Mrs Wai ton DeWitt. At play, prizes were awarded to Mrs Duane Neal, Mrs Jergensen and Mrs Wermersen. Missionary Guild The Missionary Guild met Tuesday, April 10, in the home of Mrs Emily Guy with Mrs Walter Engel assisting hostess. There was a good attendance and guests were Mrs ' Dale Zentner, Mrs Charles- Heinkel, Mrs Marie Stoddard, Mrs Roy Zimmerman, Mrs Jack Guy and Mrs Edna Broadie of Granger. The devotions were led by Miss Jennie Mason and Mrs Milo Patterson. Mrs Henry Kubly and Miss Emma Krause read several poems. During the brief business meeting the Guild voted to give a donation of $10 for the cancer fund. Comrad Class Meets The Comrad Sunday School Class met Thursday evening in the Evangelical United Brethren Church. The devotional service and lesson study was presented by Miss Esther Merkle. After routine business, Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle were hostesses to their class serving refreshments. W.S.C.S. Workshop Attending an all day workshop for officers and secretaries of the Woman's Society of CnnsUan Service of the Evangelical United Brethren Churches in Webster City Tuesday from LuVerne were Mrs Fred Merkle, Mrs Harry Naffziger, Mrs J. Paul Stevens, Mrs Bernard Wolf, Mrs William Marty and Mrs Clyde Dudley. 8 Canasta 8 Club • Mrs S. R. Baker entertained the Canasta 8 in her home Monday evening. Guests were Mrs CeciJe Friendly Club Hostess Mrs C. O. McClellan entertained her Friendly Card Club iii her hbme Monday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Theodore Lewison, Pelican Haplds, Minn., Mrs Albert A. Schipull, Mrs Anna Blumer and Mrs Henry Pergahde. Prizes high and travel Mrs Blumer and«low Mrs Pergande. The LuVerne Cemetery Society met in the town hall,'. Thursday afternoon with Mrs William Hoeppne'r presiding. Twenty nine members were present and two guests, Mrs Cecile Wermersen, Sioux Falls, S. D. and Mrs Clara Baumgartner. Hostesses were Mrs Henry < Kubly, Mrs Ervin Barton, Mrs'Eli Eager with Mrs C. 0. McClellan, v chairman, i Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston visited their daughters Beu- iah and Doris Eggleston in Des and , Sunday, a niece, Mrs Momes Saturday They also visited John L. Caspersen Owner Doc Cook »in Montezuma and at the home of Mr Eggleston's sister, Mr and Mrs 'A. C.-Rupple n Webster City. The Misses Sggleston's have purchased a new home in the new housing area in West Des -Moines. It is not ready however for occupancy Mrs Henry Marty Went to enoa, 111. to visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Ar and Mrs Edward Link and amily. She went to assist with he new baby daughter born April 7. Mr and Mrs Max Patterson an daughters had as a guest the pas week the, letter's mother; Mr Edna Broadie of Granger. Mr Broadie just returned from New Jersey where she visited in th home of her daughter, Mrs Sally Browne and children since Dec Mr and Mrs Patterson took Mr Broadie to her home in Granger Friday afternoon. C. O. McClellan went to Des Moines Friday to spend a week in the home of his son Glen McClelan and family. Mr and Mrs Glen McClellan went down to the Ozarks for a week's vacation. Hi Jinks Devoted td "Behind the Scene*" Items From Algona High School. In Opening Date Friday, Apr. 20 *&^m&®®<&Q&&V-0Q^^ Your car is worth more than you Algona Juniors To Career Day All members of the junior class at Algona high school and their sponsors, Principal Earl Legler, Bob King and Richard Palmer, attended annual North Central Conference Career Day at E£gle Grove last Wednesday. The set-up is entirely the same as in past years, with instructors and representatives of practically every vocation present for the all-day meetings. There is this difference this year—the juniors instead of seniors will make the trip. In' the past, career day has been for all seniors in the conference. The meetings at Eagle Grove ave each student a chance to hear someone talk about his own particular choice of vocation It wait a profitable week for the ' trophy: case, as certificates rolled in from several sources to add to the 'glory that is AHS. * * - * , « the debaters finished seventh out of sixteen teams at loWa City, The negative team of Dave Phillips and Dick Vipond had a 3-3 record, both boys receiving ratings of excellent. Affirmatives Cheryl . Vender,' Waal and Barbara Bourne won four of their six debates, handing first- place Muscatine's negative team their only defeat. Cheryl received an excellent 'and Barb a superior. * * * Across the river at Io*wa City, AHS's forensic play, "The First Mrs Paris," a one-act farce, received a rating of excellent. One of the tournament's few awards )f superior actor went to Tom Zender, who, played the part of 3 aris. Karen Hutchins, Sandra' Shumway, and John Moxley received excellents. * « * On the home front, AHS struck again in the Annual Anthology of High School Po.etry by having eight contributions accepted for publication. Certificates of special mention were sent •• to Carl McBride for his poem, "Quagmire," to Dave Phillips for "Evening Rest," and to sonneteers Connie Drone, Sandra Shumway, and Cheryl Vander Waal for "Without End," "Incipience, 1 ' and "Reflection." Dick Vipond's "Prelude," Bob' Jensen's hokku, "Lure," and "Rotation" by Sandra Rich received certificates of acceptance. Thus these join Karen Hutchins' "I Am An American", Maurice Noel's "Niceties," and instructor M. M. Salar's sonnet, "Coronary" in immortality. * * * ,On a "final basketball note, the 12.3 champions ended their high ichool career with a 29-11 victory over the All-Stars. The champs were undefeated this season. —SS. Rev. Frank Illg, Mrs Nemmers tod daughter Pearl of St. Mary's Parish^ Qgden were Tuesday eve* ning dinner and overriite guests m the;home of Father lllg's bnn ther, Mivatid Mrs Arthur Illg and family. The gathering was iribb- servance of Father Hlg's" 24th anniversary in the priesthood. On Wednesday. nooff- Rev. Illg, Mrs Nemmers and daughter Pearl and Mr and Mrs Fred Illg/were din- fter guests in'the George Wagner 1 home. Father Illg is A nephew o Mr and Mrs Fred Illg and a cou sin of Mrs Wagner. Algona Airport Log Pick up your right now! ON A STUDEBAKER! You don't even have to come in! Simply call your Studebnker Dealer : . . tell him what car you've got . . . and what you want in trade on a big new Studebaker. He'll l>e most happy to make your kind of deal and to arrange for a demonstration. He wants you to try the big new Studebaker ... to see f or yourself it's the most under-priced car today With the greatest pouvr, biggest siie most advanced styling, and best economy record in the low price field! Call your Studebaker Dealer now! He has the proof! Sludeboker President Classic, 210 hp., longest whcalbaM in the low print field Studebake South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa SCHULTZ BROS. • Phone 975-R UWAYS ERTIFIED USED CARS FROM STUDEBAKER St. Joe C.D.A. Meeting Held On April 11th St. Joe — C. D. of A., Court St. oseph, held a regular monthly meeting on Apr. 11 in St. Joseph's School Hall with Mrs Frank Reding, Grand Regent, presiding. The Rosary, led by Mrs Frank Reding and Mrs Frank Hilbert preceded the meeting. The local.court received on invitation to a tea at BHar Cliff College sponsored by the Past Grand Regents of the C. D. A. in Sioux City. Grand Regent, Mrs Frank Reding is delegate and ,"• vice regent, wlrs Frank Hilbert alternate for the C. D. A. state convention to be held in Iowa City on May 4, 5 and 6th. A reading was given by Lecturer, Mrs Peter Reding Jr. Mother-Daughter Communion Sunday is to be on May 6th with the Banquet to be held in the K. C. Hall .in Algona on May 22, with an Algona K. C. committee in charge of preparing and serving. The court meeting on Wednesday, May 9th, at 8 o'clock with election of officers the main.busi-. ness of the meeting. Following the past meeting lunch ' and social hour followed with Mrs Eugene Thul receiving lucky plate prize and Mrs Harold Friders and Mrs Clarence Thilges receiving prizes in 500. A delicious lunch was served to 90 guests by the committee in charge. The committee was Mrs Peter Becker, Mrs Peter Reding Jr., Mrs Delmer Reding, Mrs Johanna Smith, Mrs Ed McGuire, Mrs Ted Wagner, Mrs Anton Weydert, Mildred Bormann, Marjorie Illg and Mary Ann Berte. Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Jr. are parents of their first child a boy, Paul John III born on Saturday, April 7, in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Sr. are paternal grandparents,' the late Mr and Mrs Peter Smith of here, maternal grandparents. John Faber, West Bend, has first great grandchild. Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Sr, will be sponsors in St. Cecelia's Church in Algona on Sunday for their first grandchild, Paul John III. My auto insurance "medical payment*" pays medical expenses tot myself and passengers when injured, but does not cover me or my family i! injured in some other car. or while walking or bicycling. Does your agency have "extended medical payments" to coyer such injuries? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. Feb. 26 — Clair Parrott, Alta Stinson; Wayne Lounsberry, Nevada, Cessna 140; B. B. Bowen Cherokee, Luscombe. Feb. 28 — C.A.A., Des Moines Cessna 170. Mar. 2 — Art Hill, Lincoln, Nebr., Taylorcraft. • , Mar. 3—Bruce Rountree, Cedar Rapids, Aero-Cbmmander. Mar. ,4 — Student from .Fairmont in J-3 Cub. Mar. 15 — H. E." Carpenter, Des Moines, Cessna 180. Mar. 16 — Don Reid, Des Moines, Tri-Pacer;' Howard Flying Serv., Ames, Navion; H. S. Smith, Fairmont, Cub. Mar. 17 — McCullough's air ambulance to Iowa City. Mar. 18 — McCullough's air ambulance to Iowa City; B. B. Bowen, Cherokee, Luscombe; Leonard Huelme, Grand Island, Nebr., J-3 Cub. Mar. 19 — A. L. Schriber, Madison, Minn., J-3 Cub; E. N. Fry, Madison, Minn., P-A Cub; Tri- Pacer from Hartley; McCullough's ait ambiance to Iowa City, * . Mar, 20-^ Verl Fanning, gu- rnofe •dity, J-3 Cub; -Farm Bureau, Des Mbines, Tri-Pacer; Mc^ Cullough'a air ambulance to Iowa City. . Mar. 21 -*. McCuLloUgh's air ambiance to Iowa City. Mar. 22—Corn States Advertising, Des Moines, Cessna 172; Nel* son Ryan Flight Serv^'Hopkins Minn., Cessna 172. Apr. 1 — Muriel Olson," Bricelyn, Minn., Luscombe. Apr. 10 — Pilot from Garner Taylorcraft; Iowa Air Nations' Guard, Boone, L-19. , Apr. 11 — McCullough's air ambulance to Iowa City, Apr. 12 — Des Moines Flying Serv., Des Moines, Bonanza; Scott Horn Cbnst. Co., Cherokee, Cessna 170; Tommy Martin, Sioux (Jity, Cessna 172. POST BitfDftM — FOUR Dip. , ferent sizes,, toplbck in black imitation leather or blue canvas. Also ledger sheets arid A-Z in, td fit. Upper Des Mblne;i Look up Feed Dealers In the classified section of your phone book. Whatever, product or service you need—Feed/Dealer, i Livestock, Farm :Machia« er? and Supplies, Trucking—you'll find it FAST in the YELLOW PAGES. B.E Goodrich LIFE-SAVER seals punctures permanently—noil in or out THINK TW/C£-you'ii switch to lflt*HM3*a*«***:* LIFE-SAVERITUBELESS The time to think about puncture protection is before you-have one. LIFE-SAVER is the Tubeless Tire that has a patented sealant under the tread. It grips the puncturing nail. When nail is pulled, sealant plugs trje hole, makes permanent repair. BFG LIFE-SAVERS also give patented bruise blowout protection and defy skids! 1 st, think of the SAFETY SIZE 6.70-15 36 95 Plus tax and your recappable tire. DOWN PUTS A set ON YOUR CAR 2 nd, think of the SAVINGS Other B. F. Goodrich Tubeless Tires as low as $18.95 plus tax and your retreadable tire. Farmer's PAIL • Rustproof • Dentproof • Made of flexible plastic • Available In red, USUALLY SELLS yellow, white. FO H $2.98 29 Flexible Quality USE IT FOR: • Picking fruit * Feeding Animals • Collecting Eggs * Carrying Eggs • Carrying Liquids * 'Wash Water JOHNSON'S J-WAX First real one-step paste wwc that cleans as it waxes to giv* tasting protection. IARGI 9-OZ. CAN $2.00 Struecker's Conoco Service BF Good rich FIRST IN RUBBER - FIRST IN TUBEIESS

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