The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 11
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Thursday, June 27, 19S» Algona (la.) Upper 0*« Moinat^l Turkish Youth Is Hot On American Hot Dogs A Turkish college student, Mit- nat Cicin, from Istanbul, was 3 recent visitor in the Dick Phillips home in Algona. a gu^st of the Phillips' son, Dave, who met Mithat during the past year at Iowa State College. Mithat spent Tuesday and Wednesday, June 18-19, here and struck up several friendships during his stay. All were amazed at his use of the English language. More amazing is ihe fact the youth has been in the United States only 11 months and never spoke? English before his arrival. Ins only foreign language while attending school in his homeland was French. Following graduation from high school, Mithat was given a series "f oral and written tests, and when it was discovered, following the tests, he had the necessary intelligence to receive a scholarship, he did just that from the Turkish government. He and seven others came to the Slates during the past school year on similar scholarships, which entitle them to a complete college education, expenses paid —so long as a B average is maintained. Universities and colleges ore selected by the Turkish government and students sent there for their degrees. Mithat is trying to crowd six years of study into 4M> years by going to summer school between regular terms, and at the end of that period hopes to have his BSE and MS degrees in industrial engineering. He will not return to his homeland until his education is completed, and upon his return there must work for the Turkish government for at least 12 years then may venture into .the pri vate business world. His grade and high schoo 1 education differed from ours. In Turkey, only 11 years of schoo] are required, and more subjects are taught to the pupils durin; 'the year. Mithat has been here lonj enough to form opinions abou some of his likes and dislikes in America, atlhough most are likes, "American girls most friendly" was his answer to a question regarding difference between girls here and across the Atlantic. He doesn't care at all for Rock "n Roll, likes dancing and roller skating and loves hot dogs and hamburgers. In fact, hot dogs were his first meal in the United States. According to Mithat, practically all sports are featured in his homeland with the exception of baseball. Olympic wrestling is the most popular sport in Turkey, while soccer is a close runner-up. "Our wrestlers try hard to beat the Russians and work al it ajl the time," according to Mithat. His mother, two sisters and a brother, all older than he, reside in Istanbul, but it will be at least another 3% years before Mithat plans to see them. (UDM Polar- uid photo-Engraving) Installation Of C.D.A. Officers At St. Benedict St. Benedict — The Catholic Daughters of America met Wednesday evening, June 19, for installation of officers. Mrs Nellie Van Allen, district deputy of Algona, was the installing officer. Officers installed for the coming year were: Grand Regent; Mrs Stella Eischen; Vice Grand Regent, Mrs Lucille Kutchara; Prophetess, Mrs Colette Fischer; Lecturer, Mrs Jacqueline Quinn Financial Secretary, Mrs Mary Lou Ludwig; Treasurer, Mr* Violet Plemmel; Historian, Mrs Luella Lickteig; Monitor, Mrs Wilma Arndorfer; Sentinel, Marie Bruning; organist, Mrs Martha Grandgenett; Trustees, Mrs Betty Harig and Mrs Rosella Eischen. Prizes for the evening were won by Mrs Marie Arndorfer, Mrs Ellen Ludwig, Mrs Loretta Grein, and Mrs Marceline Roeder. The next meeting will be the third Thursday in September. Pink & Blue Shower Mrs Orville Thill was honored at a pink and blue shower on Sunday, June 1C, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs Adrain Harij, with 26 guests present. Court whist was played at 5 tables with high score prize going to Mrs Art Zeimet of Burt and low to Mrs Omer Kunkel of Forest City. A delicious lunch was served at the close by Mrs Harig with plate prize going to Mrs Gerald Garman of Algona. Thc- honoree received many lovely and useful gifts. Silver Anniversary On Friday evening, June 21, a group gathered at the home oi Mr and Mrs George Roeder to really completely surprise them and help them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary which was the next day. Mr and Mrs Joe Klemm, Mr and Mrs Alex Eischen, Mr and Mrs Bob Eischen, Mr and Mrs L. A. Weber, Mr and Mrs Harold Weber and Donnie, Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber. Mr and Mrs Al Borrnan, Mr and Mrs Matt Borman, Mr and Mrs Jack Grandgenett, Mr and Mrs Tony Grandgenett, Mr and Mrs Frank Grandjenett, Mr and Mrs George Kunkel, Mr and Mrs Lou Lickteig, Mr and Mrs L. A. Miihal Cicin Baylor, Mr and Mrs Mike Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Leroy Grand- genell, and Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer. The George Roeders have a son, Johnnie, who of course was present. Each family brought a silver dollar with exception of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leroy Grandgenett who gave a very pretty silver tray named and dated. Lunch was brought by the guests. Entertainment was card playing. Joe K 1 c in m showed colored slides of Leroy and Marilyn's recent wedding. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer drove to Wells, Minn.. June 23, Sunday to the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Garman. Mr and Mrs Eugene Arndorfer have a new son who was born the night of June 23. He weighed almost 9 Ibs. He has a little brother. The Philip Arndorfer family visited the George Kunkels Sun- iay evening. Guests At Portland Picnic Last Sunday Portland — About 100 Portland folks enjoyed a picnic dinnor Sunday at the W. E. Grover farm. Mr and Mrs Watson of Britt, their son, wife and two daughters of Hutchins, old time Portland residents also attended the picnic. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz, Gregory and David of Livermore were Sunday evening guests at the Ray Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Arthur Bartlett were Wednesday evening visitors ai the Lloyd Bartlett home. Paul and Janice Larsen spent from Sunday until Tuesday at the Lloyd Bartletts', while then- parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen went to Bourbonnais, 111. for the funeral of Walter Larsen, Mr and Mrs Lormond Haddle of Armstrong spent Sunday visiting in the Charles and Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Harold Beckei entertained at a 5 p.m. supper Sunday evening in honor ot Mr and Mrs Frank Becker's tenth wedding anniversary. Guests during the afternoon and evening weie: Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and family, Mr and Mrs Martin Becker of Algona, Mr and Mrs George Becker and family ol Burt, Mr and Mrs Thoes Schnakenberg and family of LuVerne. Mr and Mis Henry Schnakenberg, Mr and Mrs John Schnakenberg and nephew of Irving ton, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and family, hay McWhorter and Mr and Mrs Glen rimn of Algona. The Ralph Dugan children of Estherville spent last week with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary. Mr and Mrs Raymond Eartlett were Sunday guests in the Lloyd Bartlett home. Mr and Mrs Edmund i^arsen and Beverly were Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Harlan home, the occasion being in honor of Otto Harlan's aunt and husband, Mr and Mrs Harlan'Stanley, arijd daughter and Mrs Larry Stanley all of Waterloo. Other guest's were the Arrie Dittmers and the Clinton Bjustroms. "Spend your money wrong and you simply waste it — Spend your time wrong and it's you who waste away." CATTLE Chas. Thomas is introducing a new breed of cattle into Iowa The animals are * Charollaise, developed in the 17th century in central France as a dual purpose- beef and draft animal. The bulls range as high as 2500 pounds in weight. 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