The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 40
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 27, t9$7 63 Gfads; Most To College Or Armed Forces (Continued from Page 1) Fred Strahorn, 18, is son of Mr and Mrs Ken Strahorn, and plans to study social science at Iowa U.; favorite subject government; •was active in football, wrestling, track and dobnte: dancing and records his hobbies. Glenn R. Sirayer, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayer, is working for Union Frcightways; history and government favorite subjects; was in music, art and camera clubs; camping, hunting, fishing and cars are his hobbies Molly Sullivan, 17, is daughter of Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan, and has scholarship to Loretta Heights College at Denver where she plans ,to study elementary 'education; chemistry favorite course; was in glee club, GRA and Cadettes and on annual staff; swimming, diving, dancing and reading are her hobbies. Dolorss A. Thompson, 17, is daughter of Mr and Mrs John Thompson, and plans to he married; social problems favorite subject; was in GRA, glee club and FHA; cooking, sewing, reading and dancing are her hobbies. Patricia Welzel, 18, is daughter of Mr and Mrs R. W. Wetzel: plans to work as bookkeeper in California; English favorite course; was in GAA, girls chorus, FHA and on annual staff; sewing, cooking, reading, skating and dancing are her hobbiss. Larry A, Wicks, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks, will attend college, not certain where, salesmanship and biology favorite cpurses, was active in wrestling, tennis, chorus, band, drama and plays; autos, sports and dance band are his hobbies. Richard Yeoman, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, and will work here; history favorite subject; was active in plays; cars and writing are his hobbies. Thomas Zender, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs E. J. Zender, and will attend St. Thomas College at St. Paul; algebra favorite course; was in dramatic and chorus and on student council; mechanical engineering his goal; reading, hypnosis and the piano are his hobbies. Ronald Zittritsch, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Zittritsch, is working at Council Oak; literature favorite course; was active in football, basketball, track and singing groups; dancing, singing and raising pigeons are his hobbies. LOCALS A Goecke family reunion was held Sunday, June 16, .at the Ambrose Call State Park in honor of Joe Goecke of Carroll. Others in attendance were Leo Goecke, Mr and Mrs Art Goecke of Carroll, Mr and Mrs Joe Goecke Jr., Mr and Mrs Don Nicholson of Sac City, Mr and Mrs John McGlynn of Boone and Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke. Mr and Mrs Russell Gusler 'returned a few weeks ago from a vacation in Wyoming where they visited the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Norman Guster. They attended the rock show at Casper. Shortly after arriving home they received word of the death of Mrs Ouster's father, W. A. Churchill at Geneva, Neb., and they went there to attend the final rites. Mr and Mrs T. H. Erickson of Berkeley, Calif., arrived Tuesday to be house guests of Mrs W .H. Sharp for several days. With them are Tod, Jr., their son, a June graduate of the University of California, and daughters, Mary Margaret and Katherine. After visiting here, the Ericksons will continue their tripi East. Mrs Erickson is a sister bf the late Bill Sharp. Mr and Mrs Frank Cunning ham had as guests Tuesday, the latter's uncle, Rev .W. J. Baxter, her mother, Mrs Bessie Power and her sister, Mrs Isabelle Fickbohm from Rockwell City; another sister, Mrs Stan Laur of Washington, D. C. and her niece Marjorie Fickbohm, who has just graduated from St.- Benedict's college, St. Cloud, Minn. Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey and the latter's sister, Evelyn Helland ol Monte Bello, Calif., went to Fairmont, Minn., Tuesday to visit t)ie parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Helland and Mr and Mrs, Dean Greethurst, son-in-law anc daughter of the Hoveys. From there they will go to Sandstone Minn., to visit Mr and Mrs Ted Eastman, brother and sister-in- law of Mrs Hovey and Miss Hell- arid. Alice Kresensky, who was recently graduated from the College of Wooster at- Wooster, Ohio, is at Fort Dodge today attending a Presbytery meeting. She will come under the care of the Fort Dodge Presbytery for her career as full time Christian worker. Miss Kresensky, the daughter of Mrs A. E. Kresensky, plans to take a year of graduate work at the University of Edinbur'ough in Scotland. Virginia Simons, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Simons, who is at St. Mary's School of Nursing at Rochester, was home for the weekend. Sunday a picnic dinner was held at the Bob Simons home with the following present: Virginia, Mr and Mrs Geo. Simons, Mr and Mrs Bill Degen and son, Mike, of Algona, Mr and Mrs Art Rosenmeyer of St. 3enedict. Sunday afternoon Virginia attended the weddings of iwo of her classmates, Jeri Kae Voigt and Lorelie Kupp at Algona. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen were visited Friday by Mr and Mrs Frank Kapp of Bremerton, Wash., Mr and Mrs Elmer Kapp of Woodley Island, and Mr and Mrs Alvin S. Karr of Ireton. tfrs Frank Kapp, is the former Lulu Norton, daughter of the ate Mr and Mrs Bert Norton, Mrs Karr is a sister of Mrs Hansen. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Hansen had as additional guests Mrs Beda Watson of San Francisco, Calif., Mr and Mrs Gene Schemel, Mrs Helen Trauger and Mrs Mabel Paxson, former neigh- jqrs of Mrs Kapp. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen spent June 7, 8 and 9 at Sioux City attending a reunion of the 99th bomb'group, "buddies" of Don. They met friends from 17 different states. During their absence the children stayed at' Worthington, Minn., with the grandparents, Dr. and Mrs S. A Slater. Mr and Mrs Hemrning- sen left a few days later for Lake of the Ozarks to attend a meeting of the association of soft water service operators and stopped at Jefferson City, Mo., where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Don Akre. Don is also a service operator and he and his wife joined the Hemmingsens in the trip. The children were guests of Mr Hemmingsen's parents at Newel while they were on this trip. Mr and Mrs George Wellik-of Britt and Mr and Mrs Will Hrubes were Monday evening guests in the parental, R. C. Bauer home in honor of Mrs Bauer's birthday. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer and children of Whittemore were Wednesday guests of his parents. Mr and Mrs Will Clements Sr. of Newton were June 8 guests in the R. C. Bauer home. Martin Hamilton left Friday on a trip to Kansas City. About 300 persons registered at the opening of the Blake Funeral Home here Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Jim were June 16 guests in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Don Vogel and Janelle at Lohrville. Mr and Mrs Lyle Huff of Mason City were weekend guests in the parental, Andrew Reising and John Huff homes. Mrs Al Loebig and children spent several days last week at Chelsea with her parentsi Mr and Mrs John Shedda. Mrs Don Lkktelg and four children of Gray Eagle, Minn, came Saturday for a visit in the parental, jJ. P. Hauptman and John Lickteig homes. Mr and Mrs Frank Hanley and son Michael of Dubuque spent the weekend in the parental, John Lickteig home. The A. A. Studer clan family reunion will be held Sunday June 30, instead of June 23 as first planned. Jimmy and Steven Walker, young sons of Mr and Mrs J. L, Walker, left Thursday night for Milwaukee, Wis. to visit their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. J. Jaeger. TITONKA NEWS Mission Festivals The Ramsey Reformed church mission festival will be' held Thursday June 20. Rev. Henry Pannkuk, a son of the church, will be guest speaker in the German Language and Re,v, Frank Snuttjer, a former pastor, will speak in the morning service. Rev. Snuttjer Will speak in the afternoon and Dr. Gerrit Vander Lugt, president of Central College at Pella, Iowa., will be guest speaker in the evening. Mission Festival will be celebrated at the Immanuel Lutheran church east of Titonka Sunday, June 23. Morning services at 10 a.m. will be by Pastor Werner Bischoff of Charles City, Iowa, as well as the afternoon services at 2 p.m. Evening services at 8 p.m. will feature Pastor George Krumrey of Hampton as guest speaker. Darlene Fay Oallies, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl F. Callies, and Janice Kay Bennett of Humboldt will be among 13 Methodist youth from across the nation taking part In a work camp near Corydon, Ind., from June 20 to July 18. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters were Monday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Har- old Johnson of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Harry Forsyth bf Carrabelle, Fla., parents of Mrs J. K. Hill, came for an extended visit with the Hill family. Mrs Marcedes Coyle of Chicago, daughter of Mr and Mrs Pierre Sartor, visited Wednesday with the Sartors while enroute to Ames where she was to get her two daughters, who were attending college there, Doris Hipp, Ardith Brandt, Sharon Schmidt, M a r y b e t h Stecker and Sherry Wenger, who are members of the Good Hope Luther League, are at the Senior Bible Camp at Lake Okoboji. •Mrs Paul Thacker, Jr. of Rock Rapids and sons left Sunday for Lone Rock where she will spend a few days visiting her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig. Another sister, Mrs Mary Schwandt and children, arrived at the Radig's to spend a few days also. ' Mrs J. L. Intermill and family spent Sunday at the homes of her brothers and their families, the Wm. and Charles Reckers of Buffalo Center. High way 9 Is Detoured Traffic from highway 9 at the south edge of Armstrong Will be detoured through main street in the very near future it was announced recently by town officials. The detour will be necessary as the highway is being repaired and widened at the railroad underpass about one .ana a half miles west of town. Work was started last week on the road. The detour routes west-bound traffic north from the intersection of Highways 9 and 44 at the south edge of main street and will turn west on the Catholic church road at the north end of main street, back to Highway 9. The U. S. Labor Department was established as a separate unit in 1913. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mrs George Ricke went to Garner Thursday morning to meet her sister, Mrs Carlos Johnson of Clinton, Missouri, who came for a visit. That afternoon Mrs Curtis Anderson and Nancy of Holmes were callers at the Ricke home. Mr and Mrs Art Wiese and her mother, Mrs Johanna Hansen of Algona were callers there that evening. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovland, the latter a sister of Mrs Ricke and Mrs Carlos Johnson, and their family of Minneapolis came Thursday evening to spend the weekend. The three ladies and another sister, Mrs Walter Blockhus of Upland, Calif., who has spent several weeks here, visited their mother, Mrs Mary Stufflick in a hospital at Dubuque. Carlos Johnson and son Donald of Clinton, Mo. came Saturday morning to spend the weekend. Mr and Mrs W. M. Pritchard of St. Joe, Mo. left for their home Thursday following a week's visit at the Jens Anderson home. N COKE Bl'g thirsty holiday ahead! Going places or staying home .. . everybody'U be wanting Coke again and again. Coca-Cola ... so good in taste, in such good taste. Make sure there's plenty on hand ..« ice-cold, all ready. Stock up ... lots of Coke! ft COM" i* A M.Mtft*te TftAOC-HA*C< GQITIUZttt 1M? 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