The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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2-Algono (la.) Upper Des Molrtes Tuesday, May 1, 1956 DUane Dittrhef, Gary GiddingSj Andrew HAfins, Arlyce' Johnson, Richard Kissrier, Beverly Larson; Rose Peterson, Claire ReutzOl, Koger Shipler, Edith Smith, Karon Steward ;md Alice Thompson. Banquet arrangements were under sponsorship of Rachel Hoald and Hoy Vanderhoff. • The Lion's Club sponsored the prom after the banquet. Lunch was served by this group and a movie shown at midnight. A dance band from Algona iur- nished music. 75 At Burl's Junior-Senior Banquet Apr, 26 Burl—Arlen Johnson and Ellen Stewart were chosen King and Queen at the 1956 Junior-Senior banquet held Thursday evening. April 26, at the Burl, school with some 75 in attendance. Tlie theme of this banquet was Oriental. The following program was Riven: Gateway to Happiness, iNonnan Mitchell: Across the * Way, Arlen Johnson; Japenose Love Sons, by three junior girls; Rnin Drops on your path, Joan Krull: Oriental Music, two junioi girls; Do You Know Your Garden, Alice Thompson; Enter With Pride. Ellen Stewart; We Are Gentlemen of Japan. Four Junior boys; and Now is the Hour by Mr Castor. Waiters and waitresses were Wayne Christensen, Dennis Shipler, LeRoy Davis. Harris Harms. Richard Johnson, Judy Bonney, Judy O'Brien, Lois Lichlcr, Shcryl Smith and Helen Harms. Th" junior mothers prepared and served the meal. Senior Class president is Arlen Jolmson: vice president, Mary Carlson; secretary, Ann Lichter: treasurer. Ellen Steward. Other seniors are Harold Batt, Max Baer, Carylc Black, Mary Helen Black, Beverly Christensen. David Christensen, Darrell Davis, Larry Dryer, Darwin Koepke, Vernal Koestler, Joan Krull, Larry Manus. Wilma Moore, Claudette Seely and Wendell Willrett. Host and hostesses were Norman Mitchell, Jerry Carman, Karen Lavrenz, Mary Keith, Toni Angus, Marlene Black, KEEP UP TO LISTEN TO FARM DIGEST 12:15 P.M. DAILY KIOA • 940 SPONSORED BY UNITEO-HAGIE The Kindergarten Round-up was held in the Burl School Friday afternoon, April 27, with some 29 beginners present. Lunch was served to the guests by the teacher, Sybil Dangelser, assisted by mothers of this year's class, me 2sl who signed up Friday were Francis Arerid, Howard Batt, Janet Becker, Jeanine Chal'ee, Robert Coady", Theodore Hasse, Kenneth HaWcott, Nancy Hiatt, Patricia Hildman, Valerie Holding, Jeffrey Ihnen, Robert Kent, Danny Kohlhaas, Katherin Lappe.'Donna Larsen, Jayne Larsen, Wayne Lavrenz, Jerry Mc- FaVland, Douglus Marlow, Marx Mawdsley, Gwendolyn Nauman, Kathleen Patterson, Diane Person, Nancy Reinsbach, Thomas Ringsdorf, David Salz, ,Patricia Schrader, William Spry and Cindy Weber. U. 8t I. Circle The U & I Circle will meet May 8th at the Portland' Township Hall. Time is set for 2:15 p.m. Each member is to bring a covered dish. Roll Call will be 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 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 arfd family of St. Paul, Mr and Mrs Herman Soderberg and Phillip and Mr and Mrs Gerald Soderberg 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 Hurt Homemakers Club rriet at the home of Mrs Alva Kahler with Mrs James Coady MAY is BEEF MONTH! Kossuth County, Iowa, Beef Ass'n. Sr. and Mrs Ervin Ulses assisting hostesses. Mrs Ted Jensen gave a very interesting demonstration. Mrs Fred Habeger gave the lesson. . .-,•''.» Mrs J. D. Graham is spending some time with the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Christy Olson near Blooming Prairie, Minn., helping with the care of a daughter born to Mr and Mrs Olson. Mrs Olson is the former Helen Graham. Mrs Lillian Stangl is visiting relatives in Algona. Mrs Margaret Hoffmaster was a business visitor in Mason City on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Howard Williams of St. Charles were recent weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell. Mr Williams is a brother of Mrs Mitchell. Thursday afternoon and evening guests at the E. A. Junkermeier home were Mr and Mrs Oscar Brand, daughter Berdelle, of Hollandale. Minn. They were enroute home from California where they had spent the winter. Mr Brand is a brother of Mrs Junkermeier. Mr and Mrs Art Miller of Elk Mound, Wis. spent Saturday night and part of Sunday willi Mrs Bertha Stow. The Millers accompanied Mr and Mrs F. C. Soderberg to Algona Sunday a.m. where they visited the Charlie Klamps. They also attended services at the Burt Methodist church. Mr and Mrs Glen Reibsamen and son Ned of Marshalllown were at Mrs Bertha Stows, Sunday afternoon, and she accompanied them to Elmore, where they attended a golden wedding anniversary^observance honoring Mr and Mrs Clarence Cunningham of that place. Others from the area attending were: Mr ahd Mrs C. L. Phelps, Mr and Mrs B. L. Phelps, Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and children and Ray Cunningham. Some seven people were present at the 50th anniversary who were also at thr: wedding, including Mrs Bertha stow. ; The St. John's Lutheran Aid will meet in the church parlor:: Thursday, May 3, with Mrs W. Radig and Mrs Ann Rcimers as hostesses. Market Basket names are Mrs Win 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 Steward 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 Ellerjdale, Minn., Sunday, Apr, 22. The guests of honor were Mr, and Mrs William LaCour joj! that place whose anniversary was April 24. Mrs Junkermeier and Mrs LaCour are sisters., Art Groen who has sepiit'the past few years in and near Tacoma, Wash, arrived in Bui-t Friday and will visit his parents the Harm Groens and other relatives. - The Cub Scout April Pack Meeting was held at the school house Friday evening with Den 1 in charge of the lunch. Den 1 also opened the program followed by Skits by Dens I and 'i and Den 2 gave the closing. Awards were given to John Lovstad and Robert prtman. Mrs Roland Lavrenz is Den Mother for Den 1, and Mrs M. I. Lichter tor Den 2. The Burl Community School activities are as follows: Bacca laurate Services at the school Faster Gains With Beef Supplements With stiH?est;ol, pr if you prefer, withogt stilbestro! . . . either way, Beef Supplements c«n put fast, low-cost gains on your feeders. pELCQ Beef Supplements have: MOIASSES to stimulate appetites and to promote bacterial Activity in the paunch; MINEJIHIS to buiJd fepnes for fast gsininj cattle; VITAMINS to aid feed efficiency. Stop in this week, and set the story on FELCO Beef Supplements. Of, ask your neighbor. He'll telj you FELCO can't be beat. Whiitemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City. West Bend Elevator Co., West Bend. Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley. Burt Cooperative Elevator. Burt. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co.. Lone Rock Fenlon Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. mm YOUff WGHBQR auditorium Sunday, May #, With^prlale of Osage, the^speaker. He Rev, , Bearse of the Me_thodist' " '" J ~ ' chtl^chj the speaker. Coirfrrtert* cement at .the school with L. P. , Is superintendent of schools of .Mitchell county. Thn Community school picnic will be May 19. . 'AROUND ALGONA' Mrs Charles Hinken was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon of last week. —o—• • r ' The Calholic Daughters Of America will hold its annual. Mother and Daughter banquet ptv May 14. • ... ... —o— Al Sage and <3lair Thotntks spent Tuesday of last week in Des Moines where they attended an appliance dealers' meeting. Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz artel family were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs Elsvvorth Heidenwith at Whittemore. •—o— Mrs Dean Parroii was hostess to her bridge club last Monday evening, Mrs Joe Lynch, Jr. received the prize for high score." .—i)— Mr and Mrs Richard Burl had as their guest from Tuesday until Friday of 'jast week, Mr Burl's father, Neal Burt of Cedar Rapids. —o— . Mrs Colleen Barry enterlain- ed at a family dinner on Sun- dav. Present were Mr and Mvs W.^A. Barry, Sr. and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hood of Fort Dodge. ; I m ,--~Ql..-n-n Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee wetll to Clinton Saturday for a few day's visit with Mrs Sigsbee's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Wegener. —o— P. E. O. Sisterhood meets Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Ella Thompson home. The program is entitled, "I've Got A Secret." Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun entertained their Couple Club on Sunday evening. Low prizes with the penalty of doing the dishes went to Mitch Taylor and Mrs Calhoun. • f Q. _„_„ Mrs James Egli entertained her card club on Thursday evening. Mrs Don Potter was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs Harold Erickson, Mrs Harold Sundet and Mrs Potter. —o— Mrs Ed Gilmore was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs Richard Norton received the prize for high score, Mrs Craig Smith the second prize and Mrs William Steele the travel prize. < Mr and Mrs Stanley Muck^y were hosts to their couple card club on Sunday evening. The cjub members are .Mr and Mrs Merle Webster, MV. and Mrs Russ Hutctims, Mr %nd' Mrs Lore'n Courtney . and Mr and Mfs Muckey. m j, r Q ,--„-, 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. ,:—o— Both morning and afternoon kindergarten groups at Bryant school will present a program Tuesday evening in the Bryant gym. Mrs Ruth McVay is teacher. On Wednesday evening tin grade school band and the Junior High Chorus will have a pro gram in the high school auditorium. —o— Mrs A. J. Ricklefs gave a birthday party Saturday at'ter- no.on for her son, Tommy who was eight years old. A treasure hunt was followed by attending the matinee at the theater Guest.s were John Brandt, John Phillips, James Redemske, David Cowan, James Col well, Mik-v Stillman, Mike Schmidt and the honoree's brother, Rod. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, Mrs R. B. Waller, Mr and Mrs llai- lan Sigsbee all of Algona, Merh Pratt, Fairmont, and Mr and Mr- Harold Schumaker of Whitlf- more were in West Union Friday attending funeral si?rvices foi their grandmother, Mrs Lawrence Traeger, Sr. who passed away Wednesday at tho. agv o< U5. ' Mrs Clara Pratt spent the week in West Union helping In care for her mother during thf last illness. The Vnnual fee-Off breakfast of the Algona Country Club will be held Wednesday morning, Mrs Ted Herbst and Mrs Craig Smith head the committee in charge of arrangements. There will be cards and golf if the weather permits. A style show and luncheon »is scheduled, for Wednesday, May 0, The Founder's Day banquet of Beta Sigma Phi soi'orily will be held Saturday evening at ths Knights of Columbus hall, the program has a silver anniversary theme. Mrs Marian 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 be formally installed and a danca to which husbands and guest couples have been invited will, follow.' Staff Sergeant Gordon Wegener left Monday for an army base in New York from Tvhence he will go to Germany. Mrs Wegener and the little daughter, Kristy will remain here with the parental Fred Wegeners .for from two to four moriths until she can join her husband. A farewell dinner was .given for Gordon at the home of Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson at Burt Sunday noon and Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener entertained at a family party Sunday evening. . ALL THIS WEEK Register For FREE RECORD PLAYER No Purchase 'Necessary Drawing Saturday Honsbruck Dru KOSCH STEERING-AID TAKES THE FIGHT OUT TRACTOR STEERING! ^ LIKE ROAD DRIVINGI No More Fighting the wheel when you have the Kosch Steering-Aid! Holds the tractor front wheels in any position you set them, without steering wheel shock, regardless of obstacles or rough or sloping ground. 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A lovely Gift For "MOTHER'S DAY" A Crisp New Kay Whitney Dress Here Are The WINNERS Of the "Kay Whitney" Dresses at Graham's "On- The-Hour" Drawings Last Week-end: FRIDAY WINNERS Mrs. Joseph Shroffe Algona Rosella Larson Algona Mrs. Cassie Klocko Swca City Mrs. Paul Schneider Algona Mrs. Bertha Long-..Algona Minnie Steinman .Algona Mrs. Vic Fisher Algona Grace McEvoy Algona Mrs. Ray Meyer __ Algona Mrs. Ira Bonnette -Algona Teresa Norton Algona SATURDAY WINNERS Mrs. Ann Clark -_ Algona De'ores Leek--St. Benedict Mrs. F. X. Wilhelmi _._ — Bancroft Mr«s. Lawrence Thilges Bode Sit* it 10 lo 19 Coforu tim»/r«al Tvravoi(«/f/vt Mrs. Eldon Shaw Algona Mrs. Ella EJbert Whittemore Mrs. Louis Lashbrcok ._ Algona

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