The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 32
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Tuesday, May 8, 1956
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FIVE Five generations of Stremmels posed in one picture at Lenox recently. Oldest was Nathan Stremmel; youngest, his great great grandson, infant Robert e/ugene DeFord, Jr. now, The name Orange Bios torn signifies the finest in ring styling and quality. You'll be pleasantly surprised at their reasonable pricing. let us show them to you, SHARP'S JEWELRY Convenient Credit' No Carrying Charges. At Sf, Joe Father & Son Banquet, May 2 St. Joe—Father Leo C. Schumacher presided us toastmaster at the Fiilher-Son Banquet held in St. Joseph's Parish Hall hero on Wednesday evening, May 2nd Special guests included Father GAS-TOONS KEN & LEO'S "I see your wife is still visiting her mother, Ed!" You won't have a worry in the world when we service your car. K£N & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Peter Sturm of Livermore, Father Carl Ernest of St. Benedict, Father Sylvester Grady oi Humboldt. Guest speaker for the affair was Francis Cudahy, prominent, attorney from Jefferson, Iowa. Accompanying Mr Cudahy from Jefferson here were Gene McCoy—Stale Chairman for Catholic Youth Center, and ' Lumoncl Wilcox, candidate for the U.S. Senate. Grand Knight Peter Becker gave the Welcome to the 168 Fathers and Sons and Allan Becker gave the response; District Deputy Harold Reding gave a few remarks with Joe Sinnwell presenting the Catholic Student Center Fund. Dinner Music was furnished by Thomas Bormann on his Accordian accompanied by Marilyn Bormann on the piano. St. Joseph's Men's Choir accompanied on the piano by Marilyn Bormann, sang several selections. The Catholic Daughters of America, St. Joseph's Court Committee, was in charge of the dinner and arrangements. Mrs Frank Reding, Mrs Frank Hilbert and Mrs M. T. McGuire of St. Joseph's Court attended the 22nd biennial state convention of the Iowa Court of the Catholic Daughters of America held iri Iowa City on May 4, 5, and 6. 'Mrs Louise Thul left on Friday for several weeks visit with cousins, Mr and Mrs John Phillips in Gilbertsville. Mrs Charles Ripperberger from Fort Dodge spent Thursday here with her mother, Mrs Florence Hammer and family. Mr and Mrs Ripperberger, newlyweds, returned from their wedding trip on last Saturday. Janet Hammer attending her second year at State Teachers College in Cedar Falls has accepted a teaching position in the Belmond Public School as a First Cijc Sllgoua dipper iDc ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1956 Grade teacher. Janet, daughter of Mrs Florence Hammer is a 1954 graduate of St. Joseph's high school here. Rev. John Thilges from Holy Ghost Convent in Techney, 111., arrived here Thursday to be in charge of St. Joseph's parish till over Sunday. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher left on Thursday on a trip to Florida. Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding and family entertained in their home on Sunday, April 29th in observance of their son Eldon's First Holy Communion. Dinner and supper guest were Mr and Mrs John Erpelding and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ed Tigges and family of Burt, Mi and Mrs Harold Erpelding and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Martin Friders and family, Mr and Mrs Andrew Kramer and family and Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann all of here. C. U. of A. Court St. Joseph will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening, May 9, following the Rosary in .Church at 7:30 o'clock. Grand Regent Mrs Frank Reding will 'be in charge of a short business meeting, followed by election of officers for the coming year. The committee in charge of lunch and social hour will be Mrs Raymond Thilges, Mrs Raymond Kohhaas, Mrs Joe Sinnwell, Mrs Cletus Streit, Mrs John Thul, Mrs William Erpelding, Mrs Mike Sloffel, Mrs Cyril Kellner, Mrs Edward Thilges, Mrs Nick Bormann and Mrs Math Faber. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Mr and Mrs Paul Gronbach are parents of their first daughter, Naotna Lorrainne, born the pas', week at University hospital in Iowa City. They also have two sons. Lynn Kay Bown of Iowa Falls, la. is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee. Mr and Mrs Frank Ditsworth of Pine River, Minn, spent a few days this week at the Ed Ditsworth home. Mrs Ray Fitch of Burl and daughter Mrs Schmidt of Ruthven visited Wednesday p.m. at the home of Mr and Mrs Bob Skilling. Mrs Bertha Goftgeness returned to Buffalo Center on Friday after having spent a week at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs George Skare. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends Lakota Juniors, Seniors 'Paint The Town', Apr. 28 Lakoia—"Paint the Town" was the theme of the Junior-Senior banquet April 28lh, in the Hot Lunch room. The 23 Juniors, Lurene Barrett, Marlene Christ, Paula Buckels, Dennis Erich Sharon, Erdahl, Arliss Goeke, Shelda Hertxke, Lucille Heyes, Marlene Heyes, Donna Hippen, Robert Lappe, Helen and Luella Mammenga. Alfred Meyer, Craig Meyer, Lillian Meyer, Deloris Rippentrop, Roger Rippentrop, lona Sachs, Robert Sheldahl, Verdene Stroebel Marlene Thomsen and Michael Vodraska with their sponsor Mrs Budlong created the setting and the Mothers of the class prepared the banquet. The program was carried out using the letters of the theme, Paint The Town. Welcome, Shelda Hertzke; response, Robert Price; prophecy, Robert Sheldahl; solo, Michael Vodraska; piano solo, Lillian Meyer. Class will, Barbara Peterson; memories, Allen Smith; Junior sextet; solo, Paula Buckels; Nomenclature, Supt. J. W. Cook. Shelda Hertzke was toastmls- tress. The Seniors are Mildred Berhow, Gwendolyn Bierstedt, Maurice Blome, Sherry Clabaugh, Margaret Ennen, Marlyn Hippen, Latnont Junkermier, Alice Karels, Mary Ann Lunn, Velma Mileham, Barbara Peterson, Robert Price, Juanita Schaefer, Ronald Schwartz, Fred Stecker, Allen Smith, Karen Spear, Mary Thompson, Edwin Wibben and Mark Weinkauf. Mariners Entertain Mariners of the Presbyterian church entertained the Algona Mariners Monday night. There were 22 guests, including Rev. Brower of Algona. Rev. Van Dyke of Buffalo Center Reformed church was the guest speaker. Hosts for the evening were the Messers and Mesdames Jonn Cook Wilson Brack, Robert Luge and W .D. Ley. Raymond Steenhard, son of Mr and Mrs Jasper Steenhard, has returned to his home following surgery a week ago at the Buffalo Center Hospital. Thrifty Shopping Tips . . . FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . . NEXT SUNDAY is Mother's Day RUGS *OA-t-pt«-o»v JEWELRY t >» 4f — A ^ * a 4. _^ MOT E R Choose A Compact Or Powder Box At RUSK'S The phoio here shows just a portion of the many, many delightful Mother's Day gift suggestions ready for your choosing in Rusk's gift section. Everything is sparkling and new — and ideal for Mother! Elgin-American Compacts $3.00 to $25 Musical Powder Boxes $3.00 up Fitted Dresser Sets $5.75 up Electric Kitchen and Bedroom Clocks $2.95 up 5-Pc. Kitchen Planter Cup 89c 9-Pc. Hanging Spice Set 98c Berg Bathroom Scales $7.50 up STATIONERY SPECIAL Set of White & Wyckoff Casuals with Envelopes, and Set of Note Paper with Envelopes, Reg. $2.00 Value .__ $1.49 Deck Mom Out In Summer Costume Jewelry Shown here is just a small portion of the gala new Summer Jewelry on display at Rusk's — bright, colorful, different — and so modestly low priced! All Mothers love lo get jewelry, of course, and you'll find what "she" wants at Rusk's! COSTUME JEWELRY Featuring Summer White — and Other Light Colored Pastels — Ear Rings — Bracelets — Necklaces — Pins — Clips $1.00 up Deltcih Pearl Necklaces $5.00 up And a Host of Other Items and Sets in Costume Jewelry of All Kinds for Mother's Day. With A Beautifully-Wrapped Gift From Rusk Drug & Jewelry Select A Toiletries Set In Her Favorite Brand At Rusk's, you'll find all the major toiletries and cosmetics lines represented — scores of items and seit that are ideal as a gift to Mother. Shown here is part of those items in her favorite fragrance — ready to be gift-wrapped for mother! Featuring DOROTHY GRAY MAX FACTOR LENTHERIC LUCIEN LELONG REVLON And Other Famous "Names" in Toiletries Single Items Such as Lipsticks, Powders, Lotions, Creams, Eyebrow Pencils, Etc. — Also Matched Sets. 60c up Or Flatter Her With A RUSK Perfume Surprise One of the most flattering gifts you can give a lady — especially Mothers — is a gay gift of Perfume — something "she just wouldn't buy for herself." At Rusk's. we can guide you to such a gift from our many lines of the best. Dana "Tabu" Perfume 2.25 up Lenthric Perfumes $2.25 up Lucien Lelong Perfumec $2.95 up Schiaparelli Perfumes $2.75 up Corday "Toujoorj Moi" $2.75 up Also Revlon and Chanel Perfume* ALL TYPES COLOGNES GIFT-BOXED $1.00 up "Lady Ronson" Electric Shaver $14.95 "Lady Sunbeam" Electric Shaver 14.50 DRUGS WtJEVVELRY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS PHONE 477 — 1471 — 1154 MORRIS AND PANGBURN'S MOTHER'S DAY CANDIES GREEN STAMPS

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