SliJohi'spiaiii untie program — A musical program will be presented by the St. John's high school music department Friday night, May 7 beginning at. 8 p.m. in the church basement. Selections will be sung by the 85 member mixed chorus and there will be a piano recital, girl's sextet and triple trio numbers and three vocal solos as well as numbers by the boy's double quartet. REFRESH- ING i 4-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY A, IMS Envoy is refreshing in color, pattern and styling — •nd this exclusive tropic weight fabric discards wrinkles with ease—travels .effortlessly. Tailored to perfection. - EXCLUSIVELY FOR- HUB Clothiers High school to present a musical show Algona high school th-isplans will give the famoui? 1947 Broadway musical production, "Finian's Rainbow," in the high school auditorium May 25 and 26. The production will be under the direction of E. Howard Sonksen and Willard Snustad. The musical selections "Mow are Tilings in Glocca Morra," "Old Devil Moon," and "Look to the Rainbow," along with many other well known musical numbers like "Necessity" and "If This Isn't Love" arc centered around the two-part theme in "Finian's Rainbow." The first theme, of the Irish folk tale is that of an Irishman, Finian, who has n brainstorm, Finian, portrayed by Dana Snodgress, steals a pot of gold from the leprechauns in Ireland with the hope that the gold will multiply when he plants it near Fort Knox. His beautiful and loving daughter Sharon, played by Kitty Hardgrove, reluctantly accepts her father's theory and journeys with him to the state of "Missitucky" in the United States. Richard Feaster fills the role of the sharecropper's hero, Woody, who falls in love with Sharon; and Og, a leprechaun turned human, is played by Phil Taylor. These four leading thes- plans are supported by Skip Perkins as Senator Rawkiiis; Mark Conn as Buzz Collins; Jim Peterson as the sheriff! Chris Conn as Mr. Shears; Glen Tschetter, Mr. Robust; Rod Ricklefs, Howard; and the preacher, Lee Dau. The second theme of the musical centers around sharecroppers trying to save their land [rom the state of "Missitucky" and its dictator Senator Rawkins who eventually changes to a kind man when he becomes a Negro and Woody who saves the sharecroppers' land. Sharecroppers are: Jim Colwell, Bob Bradford, Dorene Funk, and members of the Modern Choir. Other roles include the Negro geologist, Dave Martin; white geologist, Dave Agena, and three gosplers, Brad Kraft, Wayne Christiansen and John Pratt. Cathy,.Chrischiiles plays Henrietta; Weiuli Gardner, Diana; Debbie Krausc, Jane; and two deputies, Russ Bode and Tim Claude. Gayle Phillips heads the slate of dancers as Susan. Her supporters are Janet Angle, Linda Bishop, Becky Dailey, Sandy Harines, Jackie Kiriden, • Carol Sloniker, Chris Conn, and Dave Martin. PLAN PLANT SALE The Garden Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs, Fred Pannkuk. Plans were made for the plant sale to be held later. ROSA LEE ILLG, daughter of the Arthur G. Illgs, Bode, and a member of the 1905 graduating class of Garrigan high school, has been accepted for September entrance at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. She is member of St. Joseph's Parish, Bode, and in high school is active in glee club, dramatics, CYO, and mission crusade, Yotthlnjindwlitu 'eyed hits car A 20-year old Algona youth, Roy Lee Johnson, was taken to St. Ann hospital with head bruises after he was thrown from His motorcycle when it struck the rear of a car driven by Marjorie Ryg, Ottosen, Sunday afternoon at Whittemorc. Johnson was not seriously injured. There is normally a stop sign at the intersection where the collision took plac$ but it was down at the time. The motorcycle had $50 in damage and the Ryg car about $25. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated the crash and there were no charges filed. TO HONOR GROUP Am« — Vert! Ludwig, At* gona, was initiated Friday into the Knights of St. Patrick, an engineering activities honorary. ThrMinrollal Briar Cliff Bancroft — Three St. John's high school seniors have enrolled at Briar Cliff college in Sioux City for the fall term. They are Mary Ann Meyer, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. vlnce Meyer; Patricia Lampe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Lampe; and Joanita Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Meyer of Fenton. Al(0ftatiti24 point* at Lhlmond; Algona ended in 6th place with 24 points at the Belmond Relays Tuesday afternoon and evening. Biggest blow to the Bulldogs came when Dale Teeter pulled a muscle in his back in the 100-yard dash and his loss forced the medley and mile relay teams to drop out also. It is not known at this time if he will be ready for the district meet at Lake Mills Friday of this week. Coach Arnie Hill took 13 boys to Belmond for the meet, won easily by Eagle Grove. The shuttle hurdle relay team composed of Skip Perkins, DiVe Martin, Ron Burtis and Wayne Patterson won i first, Martin took second in the low hurdles and fourth in the shot put; Pat' terson won third in the pole vault; Brocke Laws placed fifth in the high hurdles; and the 440-yard relay team ended in fourth place. Niphtwhilpt capture tseapM alDatMoinas Livermort — Of special interest to Mrs. Bill Davis was the recent broadcast from Des Moines telling of the capture of an escaped convict at in oil station there. The attendant had noticed the handcuffs after isk< ing him for a cigarette and en< Weed him into coming into the station by offering to saw them off with a hacksaw, meanwhile whispering to a fellow employee to call the police which he did, The convict was captured. The young fellow at the station is a nephew of Mrs, Davis and the station is owned and operated by /her brother, Gordon Ste< phenson. It was his son, Chuck, who was the station attendant. Friend* will be inttretttd in knowing that Guy Trauger, former resident, who had been living in California, is now residing in a rest home at Britt. SOCIETY NANCY MUCKEY WED Nancy Lou Muckey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley II. Muckey, and Jimmy Duane Shipler, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler, Burl, were married April 25 at two o'clock at the West Anaheim Methodist church in Anaheim, Calif., with Rev. Harold Maiden officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride's escort was her uncle, Robert M. Muckey, Los Angeles, Calif. The bride was attended by Barbara Kuchen- reuther as maid of honor. Herb Hobbs, in the navy in Long Beach, was the best man. Organist was Jean Hayden. A reception was held at three o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herbst. Mrs. Willis Erdman, sister of the bride, served punch and Mrs. Robert Muckey, aunt of the bride, cut e cake. Out of town guests were from Glendora and Los Angeles. They are living at 1606 S. Jeffrey Drive, Apt. 7, Anaheim, Calif. 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ANNIVERSARY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman were married fifty-seven years ago April 26 and Sunday, May 2 they were honored with a dinner at Van's, Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade, of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Struecker, of Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, Diane and Neal, and Mrs. Julius Studer, Gerald, Margaret and Rose. ATTENDS BANQUET Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon went to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman and family. Mrs. McMahon attended a Mothers and Daughters' banquet with Mrs. Chapman. Mrs. Bert Putzstuck returned recently from Denver and Colorado Springs where she had visited her sons and families, James, Gerald and John, Gerald drove her to Pine Bluffs, Ark., where they visited her daughter's family the Ed Schumach- ers and enroute they visited a cousin Mrs. Charles Uhlenake at Kingfisher, Okla. Mrs. John Deim took Kim Deal back to Drake Saturday morning. Celia Deal accompanied them to Ft. Dodge and spent the day there with the Hubert Deal children. Mrs. Hubert Deal went on to Dos Moines. Kim Deal, graduate student it Drake, was a participant in the Fine Arts festival Sunday afternoon at the Drake Auditorium. He is a member of the 239-voice chorus which presented Arthur Honegger's oratorio King David. Algona lawyers attending a spring tax institute at Iowa City last weekend included Russell Buchanan, H. F. Fristedt, E. C. and James F. McMahon. Mrs. Lowell Smith returned last Thursday from Chicago where she had spent a week with her parents, the Henry Bells. Mr. Bell had just been i released from the hospital : where he had undergone sur| gery and Mrs. Smith, a nurse, assisted in his care during his j first days at home. TO SHOW HER HOW SPECIAL SHE IS ! .;«c^ I ••*. v\ r»iV tf. m Seek the unusual, pick the personal, expect to find the exact gift, for mother in our noteworthy and new collections. 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