The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 6
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6~Afgona (la.) Upper Dos Moines Tuesday, May 15, 1956 Mr and Mts Deari Parrott were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Wayne Lyons of DCS Moines. Mrs Ethel Morgan was dinner guest Mothers Day of her son and duughter-iri-law, Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan. Mr and Mrs M. C. Mefealf ant the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Graves of Dubuque spent the weekend at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Wendell French spent Mothers Day at Iowa City with their son and daughter-in- Jaw, Mr and Mrs Donald French. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey are spending from Friday till Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Sam Medin at their cottage at Woman Lake, Minn. Muriel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Zittritsch, spent from Tuesday till Thursday at the university hospital, Iowa City, having an eye check-up. Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley •vere visited last week Sunday by Mrs Finley's brother-in-law and jister, Mr and Mrs Don Brewi»g- ton, of Lakefield, Minn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strahorn and family were joined by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Mall of Humboldt and all went to Fort Dodge for dinner Mothers Day. Mrs Willard Zeigler went to Fort Dodge Thursday for x-rays and examinations at the Lutheran hospital. During her absence her sister, Mrs Marvin Nerem, of Renwick cared for the children. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger drove to DOS Moines Sunday to see their nephew, Wayne Frideres, 7, son of Mr and Mrs Victor Frideres, who is hospitalized there with double pneumonia. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David, Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mrs William Funk, Diane and Dick Riley attended the funeral services last week Monday at Lu- Verne for Arthur Riley, an uncle Mr aWI Mrs Clayton PertfiVal were visited last week by the lat ter's mother, Mrs Albert Chris tensQn, of Royal, who came t< attend the First Lutheran Mothers and Daughters banquet. Mr and Mrs Lyle Sieele had as Sunday dinner and'supper guests their son-in-law and daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Harolc Erpelding, Becky and Jnnle of Algona. P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet Wednesday evening, May 16, foi a 6:30 p.m. dinner at the home of June Mawdsley. Progrnnj "Front Row" will be in charge of Borghild Robinson. Mr and Mrs H. E. Lieb and JuneAdele had as dinner guests last week Sunday Meta and Walter Behnke of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Harlan Herbers and Holly Anne of Wells, Minn. Mrs Mary Buenger was accompanied to Forest Park, 111., last week by her son and daughter, Mrs Leo Hanselman, Mrs Ed Wichtendahl and Harvey Buenger of West Bend to attend the funeral services for her sister. Mrs William Thiesse, 7C, who had been sick for some time. Mrs Augusta Lavrenz has returned from Tucson, Ariz, and Union, Mo., where she has been ;he past several months with her daughters, Mrs Marvin Horr 1 (Esther), Mrs Amelda Wermer- sen and Mrs Kenneth Martin Elda). Mrs Lavrnnz was seriously sick and hospitalized here but when sufficiently recovered accompanied her daughters to Tuscon. She is now completely recovered. The Rev. and Mrs O. Leonard Nelson were at Rochester, Minn., last week Monday to visit Mrs Nelson's cousin, Mrs John Beach, of Boise, Idaho, who was going through the clinic there. Three Awards To Seniors At Whiffemore Whittemore—The annual Coronation Ceremony was hole Sunday evening, May 13, at 7:30 o'clock in St. Michael's Catholic church. Mary Emily Bormann senior, crowned Mary, Queen oJ May. Miss Bormann's attendants. Ray Dean Streit, and Harms and Rita Ihe crown bearer Tuesday Mr and Mrs Nelson went to Cloquet, Minn., and visited friends and relatives. Mrs Nelson attended to some business matters Wednesday and she and her husband Thursday. returned home Rayon, a household word today, was invented in England by Joseph Swan in 1883. Jeanette Faber were selected by the senior class. Leading the profession from Hie school was the cross bearer, Edward Neilzol, carrying the American flag was Thomas Far•ell. the Papal flag. Marvin Loebach, and the C. S. M. C. Banner, Thomas O'Brien, acolyte? were Dick Russell, Gary Harms and Marlin Kirsch. They were 'ollowed by the grades from hree through 12. Flower girls vere Mnrybeth Foley and Charotte Elbert. Rev. William Veil gave a short nstruction on the significance of he ceremony and Rev. Gerald ,ensen gave the Benediction. Presentation Academy presented their Senior Class night program on Wednesday night, May 9, in the Academy hall. Ray Dean Harms acted as master of ceremonies. The Rev. Gerald Zensen presented the valedictorian award to Elizabeth Duffy, and the Salutatorian to Joann Schuller The American Citizen Certificate and Medal presented by the Iowa Stcitc Bar Association was awarded to Kenneth Mergen. Bancroft Dance Revue Bancroft's Band Boosters Club is sponsoring a dance revue in St. John's Hall two nights, Friday and Saturday, May 20-21, at p.m. Children from Bancroft and nearby towns will be featured n the presentation. Mrs Jolley is teacher of the dance students. Treasure Hunt Specials Friday & Saturday at Coast-to-Coast 5-Sewn BROOMS Enameled WATER PAIL Sturdy, Rugged GARDEN HOE 1.39 Oak Camp STOOL 790 Steam and Dry IRON 9.99 5-Foot Glass FISH ROD 8-Ploy GYM SET 18. 50-Ft. Transparent GARDEN HOSE Mulcher and CULTIVATOR Round Point , DIRT SHOVEL 2.59 Spading FORKS 2 4fetffe •29 Childrens Roller Skates 3 Taylor Tot STROLLER 9.99 Ocean City CASTING REEL 50-Yd. Spool CASTING LINE Wow! Here's "Nutty Number" Special; A $49.95 Westinghouse PORTA VAC CLEANER for $19 A $5.00 Upholstered KITCHEN WORK STOOL for 4c A $79.95 Contour Style RECLINING LOUNGE CHAIR for $15 See Our Windows — If You Have The "Nulty Number" You Can Buy These. Also See Our Windows For FREE Treasure Hunt Prizes. 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