The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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ft* ie* iifiuii '' " ' i Banquet, Apr. 1& . —Johnson and Ellen Stewart ;,$er"iS chosen 'sKing ani* Que4n; at the :i8B6 Junior-Senior banquet, held Thursday 'evening April 26, at tH^ Burt school With spmtf 75 in attendance. The theme : b'f this-,., banquet Oriental.' - • •..(. was! , The ;. folio I Wifig '• pr bgrurrv • ! Was , givef;: iNormart ,tS .. Mitchell; 'Acrois , Iho ayi Arlen, Johnson; SJafjeneSG Loyd Song, by, three -j.uhleir giris; Rain Drops on your path, Joan. 'Krull; OHental Music, two junior girls) Dp You Know Your Garden, Alice' Thompson* Enter 'With' Pride, Ellen Stewart; We Are Gentlemen of Japan, Four Junior by boys; and Now, is the Hour , Mr Castor. Waiters and . waitresses were Wayne Christensen, Dennis Shipler. LeRoy Davis, Harris Harms, Richard Johnson, Judy Bonney, Judy O'Brien, Lois Lichter, Sheryl-Smith and Helen Harms. The junior mothers prepared and served the rrieal. Senior Class president is Arlen Johnson; .vice president, Mary Carlson; se'ct'otarjv Arm Lichter; treasurer, Ellen Steward. Other seniors are Harold Batt, Max Baer, Caryle Black, Mary Ifclen Black. Beverly C h r i s\t e n s e n. 1 David Christensen, parrell Davis, Larry Dryer, Darwin Koepke, Vernal Kdestler, -Joah" Krull, Larry Manu.s, Wilma Moore, Claudette ; ..Seely and Wendell Willrett. Host and hostesses were Norman Mitchell,, Jerry Carman Karen Layrenz, Mary :Keith, Toni Angus, Marlene Black, aiir II, Rose' Roger Karen MflrrHi, ;ffi|^r, Peferieri, Shipler, • Steward ; Johftsoh y Larson Claire Reutzel .E^ith .•• Smith .ahti! Alice Thompson, ; .Banquet , arrangements were: uAd^r;sponsorship ol Rachel Heald and Koyi / Vander^ hoff. The Lldrfs Club sponsored the prom after the bariquet. Lunch wasi^served by this group and a.'movie shown at midnight. A dancfe. band from 'Algeria fur- "rriUsic. , ' The- Kiridergarten, . Round-up was heldMn the Burt School Friday afternoon, April 27, with some 29 beginners present. Lunch was served to the guests by the tcjdcher, Sybil Dangelser,, assisted by, mothers of this .year's class. .the 29 who' .signed up Friday wei-e Francis; Are'rid, Howard Biitt, Janet .' Becker, Jearline Chafee, Robert Coady, Theodore Hasse, Kenneth Hawcott, Nancy Hiatt; Patricia Hildmart, Valerie Holding,' • Jeffrey. Ihnen,' Robert Kent, Danny Kohlliaas, Katherin Luppe. Donna Larsen, Jayne Larsen, Wayne Lavrenz, Jerry Mc- rarland, JDouglas Marlbw, Marn Wavf-dsley, Gwendolyn Nauma'ri, Kathleen Patterson,. Diane Per- Nancy_Re|nsb^ch, Salz, son, Ringsdorf, David Sehrader, William Spry and ",indy Weber, Sr. a'ticf Mrs Ervih Ws'es "J'ssfsf* ,ing, hostesses. ..Mrs Ted, 'Jensen 'gam'a very irft||e1rting y&Man- Ration, Mrs Ffld Habe^fjigi Wflesson. j j ] -. • > f'H. Mrs J. D. Grandm is sp£$a some Um'4 .With the son-in-law antfMa'ughler» Mr and Mrs LISTEN TO FARM DIGEST 12:15 P.M. DAILY KIOA . 940 SPONSORED BY UNITED-HABIE U. & I. Circle , The'U & I Circle, will meet May 8th at the IJortland Township Hall. ' Time is set for 2:15 p.m. Each member'is to bring ,a covered dish. Roll Call will hie answered with a Bible verse. The program will be given by Hazel Larson and Mabeline Lovstad. Soderberg Family Dinner. A family dinner was held at the Fridolf Soderberg home recently. Present were Mr and Mrs Harold Roba of Swea City, Mr and Mrs f Russell Roba and family of. Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Cecil Anderson and family of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Oliver Mathson and Melvin of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Don Clasen and family of St. Paul, Mr and Mi's Herman' Soderberg arid Phillip and Mr 'and Mrs Gerald Spderberg and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Glen Klockc and family of Ledyard, Miss Virginia Jackson of Mason City, Mr, and Mrs . Fridolf Soderberg and the guest of honor, Mrs Abramson, a 'sister of Fridolf and Herman Soderberg, Mrs Harold Roba and Mrs Oliver Mathson. The Burt Homemakers Club met at the home ,of Mrs Alva Kahler with = Mrs James Coady MAY is tyi Olspn near Blooming Prairie, Minn.,- helping witH the cate ,-oJ a daughter borri to Mi' and Mrs Olson. Mrs Olson is the, former Helen Graham. --H , Mrs Lillian Stahgl is Visiting relatives in Algona-.,: f ?> Mrs Margaret Hoffmastei 1 ' Was a business" Visitor' lrj -" '*-••• ori: Thursday 1 . ' ' f. Mr'"and %'s Howard Williams of St. Charles Were rldeht vjieek^ und guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell. Mr Williams Is a brother of Mrs Mitchell. Thursday afternoon and eve- rt irigi. guests at the'if. A. Junker' Tieier- .home were, Mr and .Mrs Dscar Brand, daughter •Berdellc, of Hollandale, Minn. They Werd enroute home from California where they had spent the win- er. Mr Brand is a brother of Mrs Junkermeier. Mr and Mrs Art Miller of Elk Wound, Wis. spent Saturday night and part of 'Sunday witli Mrs Bertha Stow. The Millers iccompanied' Mr and Mrs F. C. Soderberg to Algona Sunday a.m. Thomas where 1 they visited the Charlie Patricia Klamps. They also attended-ser/ices at the Burt Methodist church. I '-Mr a r nd Mrs Glen Reibsamen and son Ned of Marshalltown were at Mrs Bertha Stows, Sun day afternoon, and, she accompanied them to Elmore, where they attended a golden wedding anniversary observance honoring Mr and Mrs Clarence Cuhningr ham of that place. _ Others^ from the area attending" were: Mr am Mrs C. L. Phelps, Mr and Mrs B L. Phelps, Mr and Mrs Merwyr Cunningham and» children and Ray Cunningham. Some seven people were present "at the. 50th anniversary who were also at the wedding, including Mrs Bertha Stow. The St. John's Lutheran Aid will meet in the church parlors Thursday, May 3, with Mrs W. Radig and Mrs Ann Reimers as hostesses. Market Basket names are Mrs Wm Madsen, Mrs Lyle Marlow, Mrs Earl Meier, Mrs Ella Meyer and Mrs Eugene Meyer. The L.W.M.L. Circuit meeting will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church, Wednesday, May 9. • Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas had as Sunday evening dinner guests, Mr.and Mrs Walter Stewart with Karen, .Perry and Gary'Abbas. The occasion was honoring Karen StewaVd on her birthday which was Monday, April 30.. Mr and Mrs E. A. Junkermeier with Naomi and Alma, the latter of Estherville, attended a golden wedding anniversary observance at Ellendale, Minn., Sunday, Apr. ib|i .With'"K; ft of 10sftf6) the -sfeaker* itehell county^ -T ; schobl pfcfiic Will '- : ' • ''->--'- •' ••*•.'••. ; Mrs Charles Hinken was hostess Jo her seWihg club' on Tup* day ,afternoon of last Week. I,, The i_0— AUlOj V^BXllVA UtgUyl AhierfcB ^ill||lroid->: its, Mbther-and Dattihtel baiiqu'etWri May-M}.^ "*&•:$• ;,,--«•. 1 Thomas Al Sage and '^lafr spent Tuesday . of Hist* Weekvin Des Moines Where-;t5Jliy. attended ah appliance. dealer*' Meeffhg, i>. ';• '••f,/if*^-)'V,f.',, >•!*•: Kossuth County, Iowa, Beef Ass'n. family were 1 , giunaky and Mrs 'EJs Whittemore. Mrs Dean PWfoii wai^febsless to her bridge club' last* Monday" evening. Mrs Joe Lynch, Jr. re-, ceived the prize for high^.scpre, Mr and Mrs Richard Bur't had as their'guest from Tuesday irntil Friday !of last week, Mr Burl's 'ather,'. Neal Burt of Cedar Rapids. . : • ' •—o— • :: 1 ' Mrs Colleen .Barry entertain-' ed at a-family,dinrier;on Sunday. Present were Mr^tjd 'MrsK W. A...Barry, Sr.'ahd Mr and 'Mrs* lilpyd.Hood of Fort Dodge,-.-"' •; ' ..•/. — o— ,•; "., •./:. .' •/ Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbe'e wenf to Clinton Saturday for, ,a few day's visit with Mrs Sigsbee's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Wegener. \. } ' ' P. E. O. Sisterhood meets ; We,d- nesday afternoon at 2:30 at the. Ella Thompson home. Thevprd- gram is entitled," "I've Got'A, Secret." —O— : . ' ;'. 1 Mr. and Mrs Marvin Calhoun entertained their Couple Club -on Sunday evening. Lo'w With the penalty of doing Jthe. dishes* went to Mitch Taylor and Mrs Calhoun. ' , ' i . I • . -. —o— • ^ . '.,. Mrs James Egli entertained card club on Thursday evening. Mrs Don Potter was a guest. Prizes were received by Mjs Harold Erickspn, . Mrs Harold Sundet and'Mrs Potter. •„• • •'-_ Mrs Ed Gilmore -wfas hostess to ler .bridge club 'i6n'Thursday evening. Mrs' Richafd Norton •eceived the prize for high score, Mrs Craig.Smith the seqond ; prize and Mrs William Steele ''jhe, .ravel prize. -/ ,. . "' v' —O— •': Mr and Mrs Stanley Muekey, were hosts to their couple card: club on Sunday evening. .The The annual; fse-dff breakiasi of:the Algona Country Club .will, be held Wednesday . morning: Mrsj'Ted :Herbst; and Mrs Craig Srri'rfh head the committee ih change of - arrangements. There will be cards .and '"i golf weather permits. A style sho.w arid luncheon; is ; scheduled ;for Wednesday, May'0. The Founder's Day banquet oi Beta Sigma Phi sorority xvill be held .Saturday evenirig ; at-the Kriights-of .Columbus hall. The program has a silver anniversary th^me. Mrs .Harlan Sigsbee will be^toastmistress and Mrs Dean Taylor, Mrs Bill Cummings, Jean Ellen • Lensing and Mrs Bob Williams will speak. The new chapter of the sorority Will formally installed.- and a to Hvhich husbands - and couples have been invited follow. Staff Sergeant Gordon Wegem erileft Monday for an army basfe in New York from whence he ,wilt .go to Germany. Mrs Wegand the little .daughter, : '>f I L^tti5ifj' the' Cb*0p jsf W•: al$4-"iffift FJPaftit '• Grdnba^K .VjsitSd;. recfntly two' days' in •flayfield, Minn., in the home of £h'eiir, son Mr and?,JjIfs, EafJ Grofr •Krjsty will remain here with the parental Fred Wegeners for irdm two to four months until shjj can join ^ her husbandj A farewell dinner Was given for, Gordon at the home of Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson at Burt Sunday noon and Mr arid Mrs Fred Wegener entertained at family,party Sunday evening. , .. Ipa Verne ^leifdrsi has -.returnefi honj|i from Me'rt$ hospital in Ft: Dodge where he had.been^ s.ur- ,gical,patieWt.. . . >' : i < •< ; Guy. Andre- werit .Tuesda T • ' ry;; • «s)a , ty for rtiiMical. treatment. i,The.v Re\<. arid Mrs -Kenneth iWittehburg - : Va H d childteri;^ f of Glehwood Gltj^, Wds. came • Tuesday: to visit his father, <the Rev, Louis Wittenburg; who is a 'medical patient in:Lutheran hospital,, Fort. -Dodge... They,, (returned Wednesday :t'o itheir WiSconsini home. !'.:. v i >, :•".•/ • •• • IF IT'S INrEWSvWE^W.ANT IT And .ultra smart, 1 gray mahogany v«. ; nftet style that makes d ravishing 1ft for itoring neries. CONSOLE CHEST The perfect choice! Decorative Style in modern limed oak with cedar bottom drawer. • " " . •, m BJUSTROM FURNITURE are Nationally Advertised 22. The guests of honor werefslub ^members are Mr and Mrs, Mr and Mrs William LaCour of »Merle Webster, Mr and Mrs Russi Hutchins, Miy and ,'Mrs' Lprei} Courtney arid' Mr,. an'd. ; •••" Sirs Muekey. • , '•'"' " -•• that place whose anniversary was April 24. Mrs Junkermeier and Mrs LaCour; are sisters. ; Art Groen who has sepnt tho past few years in and near T;i- coma, Wash, arrived in Burt Friday and will visit his parents the Groens and other rela- Cub Scout April Pack' Harm lives. The Meeting was held at the school house Friday evening »wilh Den 1 in charge of the lunch. Den 1 also opened the program followed by Skits by Dens .1 iincl 2 and Den 2 gave the closing. Awards were given to John Lovstad and Robert Ortrnan. Mrs Roland ' Lavrenz is Den Mother for Den 1, and Mrs M. I. Lichter for Den 2. The Burt Community School activities are as follows: Bacca laurate Services at the school PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER ALL THIS WEEK Register For FREE RECORD PLAYER No Purchase Necessary Drawing Saturday With —o— A large group attended the' Directors party at the Algona Country Club • Sunday evening. The Coffee Club presented the club with a trophy in memory of the late John Haggard. The cup will remain at the Country Club and be engraved with the name of each year's winner. Both morning end afternoon kindergarten groups at Bryanl school will 'present a program Tuesday evening in the Bryant gym. Mrs Ruth McVay is teacher. , On Wednesday evening the grade school band and the. Junior High Chorus will have a program ,in the high school auditorium. —o— Mrs A. J. Hicklefs gave a birthday party Saturday 'afternoon for her son, Tommy wh'i was eiaht years old. A treasure- hunt was followed by attending the mutinee at the theater Guests were John Brandt, John Phillips, James Rcdemske, David Cowan, James Colwell, Mik." Stillman, Mike Schmidt and the honorec's brother, Rod. Beef Supplements With stilbestrol, or if you prefer, without stilbestrol . , . either way, FELCO Beef Supplements can put fast, low-cost gains on your feeders. FELCO Beef Supplements have: MOLASSES to stimulate appetites and" to promote bacterial activity in the paunch; MINERALS to build bones for fast gaining cattle; VITAMINS to aid feed efficiency. ' ' ' Stop in this week, and get the story on FELCO Beef Supplements. Or, ask your neishbor. He'll tell you FELCO can't be beat. Whiitemore Cooperative Elevator, Whiitemore. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swsa City. West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend. Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley. 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