The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
Page 10
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Oe* MoJnes Tuesday, October 30, 1956 Bake Sale By Sf.JoeCD.A. On November 4 SI. Joe—C.Uholic Daughters of Anii'iie.-t. Court SI. Joseph, will hold ii.s aniuuil Pjiiko salo nn Sunday morrimv. N«v. 4. in. the school hall follow-in" tho tirsl find second ATusws. which arc at R pnd 10 oclock. in St. Joseph's Chvueh. AH home made goodies including broads, biscuits, rolls, rookios. pies, cakes, e a n d y. elr. will IK.' available for your Sunday dinner and supper table. All proceeds of the bake sale wil: go to local and state charities. The committee 1 will also .serve cot fee, rolls and cookies on Sunday morning. Committee in chiii^o will be Mrs Paul Erpeld- im:. Mrs Ted Hilbcrf, Mary Ann Rerte. Mrs Frank Bormann. Mrs Prior Becker. Mrs Delmer Plat be. Mis Clarence Thiltfes. Marjorie 111U Mrs K!<l\vard Bomiann and Lucille Ills. Has Knea Surgery D\vif;ht Kohlhaas, fi year old sen of'Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas underwent, surgery on a knee in Children's H<><pitr't in Iowa City Hospital on Thursday. Last July Dwight injuiied his knee with a nail, receiving medical at the time the wound healed and this fall Dwight limped and the knee caused him pain and much discomfort. Mr and Mrs Kohlhaas are with their son and he is getting along satisfactory. Mrs Frideres Hostess Mrs Harold Fvidors entertained the 500 Farmerette Club in her home on Wednesday evening with Mrs Peter Mertz. Mrs Reinald Salx arid Mrs Wilfred Schneider as guests. Prize's were awarded to Mrs Delmer Plathcj Mrs Peter Mertz and Mrs Clarence Buimann. Mrs Clarence entertains the club on Nov. 28th. Mr and Mrs Paul Froehlich and Mr and Mrs Maurce Thul all of Marquis. Sask., Canada left on Thursday for their home after a week's visit here with relatives and friends. Paul and Maurice arc both nephews of Mrs Louise Thul and Maurice is also a nephew of Mr and Mrs John Tbul. Mrs Maiy Becker moved into her home in St. Joe that she purchased from Mr and -Mrs Joe Sin- nwcll. The Sinnwells had moved previously to their newly built home on north main. Riveidale Rustlers Unit 1 met Saturday, Oct. 20. at which time new officers were installed and new members initiated. New officers are Alma Illg. president: Kav Ann Friders. vice president; Nancy Willfong, secretary -trea-1 surer: Betty Wagner, reporter: Connie Sinnwell. historian; and Doris Ann Kohlhoas, photographer. Big sisters are Lois Wilfong, Kay Ann Friders and Arlene Bovmann. New members initiated were Bernadette Hilbert, Mary Illg. Patty Reding and Jean, Marie Thul. A delicious lunch was served by Joan Reding and Cathy Hilbert' and their mothers. Riverdale Rustlers Unit II 4-H Club also met Saturday, Oct. 20. The installation of new officers took place. Cathy Hilbert, president; Phyllis Thilges. vice president; Joan Reding, secretary- treasurer; JoAnn Erpelding, reporter: Patsy O'Brien, historian; Patricia Wagner, photographer. The Big sisters are Jo Ann Erpelding, Cathy Hilbert, Alice Illg, Patsy O'Brien and Alice Bormann. The recreation chairmen are Patsy O'Brien and Alice Illg. Music chairman is Alice Bormann. Club librarian is Jean Reeling. New members were Judy "Sal7.. Julia Wmgert, Mary Lou Gsles, Karen Illg, Mary fitaudt (Home Sconomonist) gave a talk. A delicious lunch was served by Joan Reding and Cathy Hilbert and their mothers. A Halloween party was held Friday evening by Betty, Judy and Patricia Wagner at the Sylvester Wagners, with 24 in attendance. After the group had all gathered they were marched to the haunted house where the evening was spent. The evening was spent playing games, contests and dancing. With all the merriment the spooks in the attic were unable to draw the atten- tion f of the young people and crashed in on them with great surprise. Lunch was served by the girl's mothers. Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mrs Orville Wagner and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, assisted by Shirley Wagner. 30 Make Honor Roll, Swea City, For Six Weeks Swea City—Thirty Swea City high school students attained the honor roll in the first six weeks of the 1956-57 school year. Those in Dth grade included bale Farland, Bob Gardner, Jim Hard!. Joan Hinrichsen and Jimi Martin. In the sophomore class were Alan Claussen, Larry Franks, Richard Grabincnvski, Judy Johnson. Fred Seylar, David Schaeffer, Mary Smith and Darlene Youngqvust. The juniors \vho made the roll with not less than a B average, were Karen Gorac/.kowski. Lowell Greenfield, Larry Looft, Marianne Martin, Sharon Patterson, Howard Koalson, Tom Sanftner and Edrys Peterson. Seniors included Mary Lou Blomster, Judy Bravender, Betty 'Clerk. Kay Emery, Phyllis Engholm, Joyce Mullarkey, Karen Martin, Alice Schaeffer and Nancy* Weber. Birthday Patty The Oct. meeting of the Laff-a- Lot birthday club was entertained at the Alvin Ewing home, in honor of the birthday of Mrs Enfl Mutlatkey. Present were Mesdames Morris Lien, George Seller, Biill Haack, Ed Montgomery, Ed Aschenbrenner, Mel Krumm, Bernard Looft, Ora Simmons, Monford Peterson, Edwin Schwartz, Earl Mullarkey Curtis Kluger, Allen Montgomery, Eddie Kollasch and Leonard Peterson. Darrold Gabel is how employed as an airway communications specialist' at the Civil Aerona utics Authority headquarters in Akron, Colo. Darrold had been employed in the Swea City post- office from the time he returned from service, until about Oct 1 this year, when he left for Colorado. Mrs Oscar Peterson is employed at the post office at prc-- sent. Mesdames Rena and Vina Ilag- lund returned Monday Oct. 2'2 from a four week visit with relatives in Massachusetts and Michigan. On their way home, they visited for a week at the home Of Fritz Haglund, son of Mrs Vina Haglund, at Green Field, Michigan. Since arriving home, they have had as guests their sister and husband Mr and Mrs Howard Donovan, Brownsdale, Minn., also Mrs .Goldie Zufall, and Mrs Floyd Zufall and daughters of Elmore. Mrs Goldie Zufall will leave soon for Arizona Ldkotd PTA Has Talk On Russia Lakoia — A very largo crowd attended the regular meeting of the P.T.A. in the school gymnasium last Monday night. Mrs I. E. Wortman spoke on her trip and impressions of Russia and visited in Berlin, Germany. She. mentioned particularly that there is a trend to big business FOR INFORMATION OR HELP IN CONNECTION WITH THE NOV. 6 ELECTION ONE 1237 • General Information or Supplies 9 Absentee Voter Ballot Information • A Ride To The Polls Kossuth Democratic Central Committee Headquarters . * *." Room Just Inside fast Entrance, Algona Hotel Open 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 P.M. 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