The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 5, 1957
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

(to.) Up P »r 5, 195? »* tf Win State 4-H Honors Class Elections . AROUND ALGONA'' Mr and Mrs Keith Strayer were hosts at a dinner Saturday eve ning at Ottumwa following the rehearsal for the wedding of their son, Sheridan to Geraldine Cline of Ottumwa. The party was held at the home of the bride's parents. On Saturday noon, Mrs Strayer and daughter, Sharon were guests at a petticoat shower given for the bride and in the evening, Mr Strayer was a guest at the bachelor's party. Darlene Anne, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis B. Gisch was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's church. Mr and Mrs J. P. Milder have as their week-end guests, Dr. and Mrs B. J. Stitzel of Marion. Mr and Mrs E. J. Zender took their son, Tom to St. Paul on Monday where he is entering St. Thomas college. Mr and Mrs Jess Fandel. former resident now of Waterloo, spent the Labor Day week-end here with Mr and, Mrs Gradv Phillips and other friends and relatives. —o— A farewell party for Rev. and Mrs Roland Andrews was held Friday evening at the First Baptist church. Mrs Earl B. Miller was in charge of the program. The Andrews family have moved to Titonka were a new Baptist church is being organized. Rev. Glen Discoe, of Sidney, Neb. has accepted the call to the local church and with his wife and two high-school age boys will arrive here Saturday. Mrs Florence Peterson and Mr and Mrs Ralph Brown are being visited by their son and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ronald Peterson and little son, Michael James. Ron is stationed at Whitman Air Force Base in Missouri. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seeley and Kendra and Victor returned bunday from a week's vacation trip to the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Robert Sigsbee and the latter's mother, Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend, went to Iowa City over the Labor Day week-end to visit Mr Bruellman who is a patient at Oakdale hospital. He is improving gradually. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and three sons spent the Labor Day week-end on a trip to the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane had as their guests over the weekend, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Wicbusch and Susie of St. Paul. The little girl is remaining here this week with her grandparents while her parents are moving into a new home. Mrs Ed Blummer was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. F 0 n is employed at Falls City, Neb., spent the Labor Day S? ek ' end here wit h his family. They had as their house guests, Mr and Mrs Bob Fandel, former residents now of Cedar Rapids. Bill Steele and Russell Guster went to Emmetsburg Wednesday ;o meet with Estherville Cham- 3er of Commerce officials to discuss the two town's forthcoming band festivals. • • • Mrs Max Dau, Three Hills, Algeria, Canada, and her daughter, Mrs- Walter Farley of Salinas, California, had a 'brief visit here on Labor Day with Mrs W. W. Annis and Beth. They were brought to Algona by Mrs Dau's icice, Miss Florence -'Weisbrod, Des Moines teacher. Mrs Dau and ler daugter were Union Town- hip residents. Among the friecds who called at the Annis -home during their visit was Mrs Cora Bacon, thus the three living charter members of the Mothers and Daughters Club had a reunion. Other callers were Mrs W. J. Bourne, Mrs E. J. Murtagh, Mrs W. C. Nelson, Mrs C. R. Schoby, Mrs W. K. Ferguson and Mr and Mrs Ray Sarchett. The Men's Club of the Presby terian church will be hosts to the Men's Council of the Fort Dodge Presbytery, Sunday afternoon. H E. Stalcup, Storm Lake will We guest speaker. A lunch will be served at six o'clock. I Swea City — Hiph ^-honl tire- tion<= -.vfrc hfld Friday "f.>r cb^ officers, stviilrnt council, L't;<'! m; n's Ciub. r::id Pip Ciub. President, Vice President, Sccretar. and Treasu:rr of the variou.-- classes are: Freshnn-n: Jim Elliott. Lind; W(.bcr. Judy Pulvcr, Jim Kaltved. Sophomore: Gary'Worthington. Sheila Osgood. Joan Hinrirhsen. Diana Mino. Junior: Judy Johnson. Alan Claussen, Evelyn Mino, Larry Franks. Senior: Edrys Peterson. Howard Roalson, Lowell Greenfield Ronnie Kaltved. Student council officers are: Larry Looft, president: Betty Stenzel, vice president; Mary Helen Bauer, secretary-treasurer Members of the student round' are: Freshmen — Sharon Magnuson and Michael Stewart. Sophomore — J;.net Walker Sheila Osgood. Caren Ramse Melvin Dirksen. Junior — Alan Claussen. Gary Johnson, Larry Franks, Fred Seyler, Arnold Ramse, Mary Jean Smith. Senior — Larry Looft, Betty Stenzel, John Glawe, Carl Johnson, Barbara Stenzel, Margaret Vevbrugge, Bill Wiskus, Mary Helen Bauen. President, vice president, and secretary-treasurer of the Letterman's Club are Howard Roalson, Carl Johnson, and Betty Stenzol; of the Pep Club, Ronnie Kaltved, Marianne Martin, and Judy Johnson. President of the student body is Ronnie Kaltved. Old Timers To Ploy Boll In Sunday Contest Area baseball fans are in for a treat (?) this Sunday, Sept. 8, when a group of oldtimers tangle v/ith the Algona KC's at the KC ball park at 2 p.m. (If the old- timers can make it by then, that is.) Listed on the roster for the oldtimers are such former stalwarts (? again) as Lefty Long, Bob and Tony Winters, G. A. Wittkopf, Shrimp Froehlich, Cecil Taylor, Ray Schilmoeller, Don Smith Jr., Jim Egli, Jim Shillington and Phil Diamond. Mgr. Gordy Winkel of the KCs has guaranteed not to use his best pitchers and promises his outfit will attempt to give the oldtimers a chance to stay in the; game, which will run anywhere in length from five to nine innings depending on the condition of the oldsters. i HOSPITALS Aug. 27 — Mrs Thomas Garman, Rt-nwick. boy. 7-15; Dan Fn>< hitch. Algona, medical; Mr- Off'i-oe Fandel. Algona. surgery Mrs otto Schipull. LuVerne, bo'j. ;5-2: Raymond Metzen, Jr., Al gona. surgery. Aug. 28 '— Henry Sennit? WhitU-moTp, medieal; Mrs Charles Murphy, Algona, medical: Charles Murphy. Algona, medical. AUK. 29 — Mrs Charles Reaper Irvmgton, medical: Mrs Rhod,. Dunn, Algona. accident; John f Roberts. Algona, medical: Minor Sheller, Algona. medical; Mrs Ed wnrd Sindelar. Algona, girl, 8- 15 3 4. Aug. 30 — Mrs Everett Schipull, Lu Verne, boy, 7-Sty. Aug. 31 -- Mrs Robert Boekelman. Titmika, girl. 7-12*4. Sept. 1 Mrs Marvin Wall burg, Algona, boy, 7-15'i. Sept. 2- Mrs Charles Schmidt. West Bend, girl. 5: Mrs Wallac Erdman. Algona. girl; Dennis Youngwirth. Corwith. accident. Maxine Sharp To Gem School Mrs Maxine Sharp, owner of Sharp's Jewelry, is leaving Sun day via Capitol jet airliner from Chicago for New York City where she will attend a two weeks course at New York University, Washington Square, on retail jewelry merchandising and management. Mrs Sharp is one of 24 attending the school, and while in New York will stay a! the Grosvenor Hotel, 35 Fifth avenue. Labor Day Party At Livermore Livermore — The Livermore American Legion held a very successful Labor Day celebration. A large crowd attended the ball game in whiqh Whittemore defeated the Humboldt VFW team. There were 22 entries in tho pet parade, held at one o'clock. The judges were Clarence Carlson, Farlo Hamm and Mrs George Donalds. Prizes for the best decorated bicycle went to Gladys Mansor, 1st; Beverly Armstrong, \ 2nd; Doug Logue, 3rd; Costume: i'D*n- ise Logue and Debbie Rousing, 1st; Trudy Rossing, 2nd; Bill Tideback, 3rd; Buggy: Denise Behounek, 1st; Marcia Bjornson, 2nd; Kent Porter, -3rd; Pets: ugliest, Steve Armstrong; prettiest, Phyllis Gronbach; most unusual, Kristie Erdman. Everett Anderson was the winner of the 4-H calf given away at the nine o'clock drawing. A capacity crowd attinded the dance at the ballroom. Emancipation of slaves in Latin America began in 1794. T "7."— -^w«--wj ts H i>Azient ftl Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge after fracturing her pelvic bone a week ago Tuesday. Miss Dailey slipped on a step at the Alfred Larson home and was able to dnvd her car home before discovering the extent of the injur- jfes. On Sunday, Mrs W. J. Sigs- oee, Mrs H. R. Cowan, Mrs Lela Stewart and Mrs Dolph Eaney called on the patient at Fort Dodge. She expects to be released' at the end of this week. M* and Mrs Harold Hobson spent the Labor Day week-end at the Lloyd Pratt cottage at 4 L £ ke ' *5 h f y had as their guests, Mr and Mrs Henry Traeger of Sumner, Pauline and Ber- mta Traeger of Waterloo, Mr and Mrs Harold Schumaker of Whittemore and Mrs R. B. Waller and sons who also visited the Merle Pratts at Clear Lake. B, P. RJchardwn has been re. cently visited J>y his son and daughter and their families. Mrs Edward Vogt, the former Meredith Richardson, and her daughter, Meredith of Houston, Texas, were here from Monday until Friday of last week. Mr and Mrs Max Richardson and Jake and Tom of Summit, New Jersey, ar. rived on Wednesday. B. P. Rich* ardison took has eon anl family to Fort Dodge to take the train to their home on Tuesday. Mrs Herbert Weydert was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Ray Johnson was the assisting hostess. The club members will go to Des Moines next Wednesday to attend a performance of, "My Fair Lady 1 '. Mr and Mrs Max Miller arrived here Friday from their home in Davenport and will remain until Saturday with their sons and daughters, Mr and Mrs Irving Miller, Mr and Mrs Jerome Hardgrove and Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove. They spent Wednesday with a brother of Mr Miller who lives at Cherokee. Mrs Frank Asa, former Algon- an now of Rutland, is a patient at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge where she is recovering from surgery. She is the mother Of Don Asa of Algona. Patient Flown Home Herman Lindeman of Algona was returned from University hospitals at Iowa City in McCullough's air ambulance Monday. He had been at Iowa City for observation. For School Or College SWEATERS SHETLAND WOOLS KNIT RIBBED ORLONS Pullovers and Cardigans SKIRTS So Important For Fall - Flannels, Wool Blends, Tweed Plaids - Both Pleated and Straight ELVA & JESSIE'S The little shop on the side street »n4 Mw Truman Simpson attended an open house Sunday lor the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Paul Frank at Iowa Pity. Mr Frank Mr Simpson's high school at PWUM jftd Cwl MP- sre sfjenamg a few weeks working at n- ntall . mfory ftt Wfc^ftgft mm. Mb young For The Modern, Me JSSA»i"A»» to 13. GEO A. HORMEL & CO E.N. Hog Buy*' Algona, H>wi Ph. CY 4-3531 Ch ..•/.t w EpTrr" SHOP AT RAY'S ... I JACK SPRAT COLORED ioj OK) PQiOi Q 0 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•i^^^H^^HBMlH^HB SAVE CHECK tH«? F»RICI s OLEO IDS. THOMPSON WHITE GRAPES 2- 29C jjjmjijjjtgjgjmjmj^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BM^Bi^BH^^HBH STURGEON BAY PITTED RED CHERRIES 1.09 No. 10 Can Mf. KONOCTI GOLDEN BARRETT PEARS 46 "6.89 New Crop Sliced or HalvM YELLOW CLING PEACHES FLUFFO 3"•• Tin 89c MISSION TOMATO CATSUP No. 21* Cans 14 oz. Bottle ITALIAN PRUNES H I LAN D lib. TWIN PACK BOX Potato Chips One Box - Two Packs Twice The Freshness DUNCAN MINES Spice - Marble - Burnt Sugar * Each JACK SPRAT FLOUR 10 Lbs. 790 LAKE VALLEY CHEESE FANCY BREAKFAST ROUND-UP OF VALUES! 2 Lbs. Bag HORMEL'S TALL CAN CHILI with BEANS ...4 for $1 HORMEL MEAT SALE DAIRY MINCED BOLOGNA ... Lb. DES MOINES BLEACH. __Gal.37c ALL MEAT MINERS ••••••• DAIRY SLAB BACON ••i '^•i^' Lb. 690 CHOICE LB. COMO WHITE OR COLORED BABY BEEF LIVER TOILET TISSUE ....J rolls 25c MAXWELL HOUSE 6 OZ. JAR INSTANT COFFEE 1.29 FINE GRANULATED SUGAR........ 10 Lb. Bag 98c BRITT FRESH HOME MADE ^ ^^ RING BOLOGNA.. 49$ PAN READY SPRING FRIES • FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS t MISS MUFFET SLICED Strawberries MINUTE MAID FRUIT COCKTAIL SNOBOY ORANGE JUICE Fresh Dressed Hen )Turkeys 'IB. LAMB AIL CUTS

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free