The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
Page 23
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8, Algsho (la.) Upp.r Dw Meln«-7 Senfral High At Lone Rock Elects Officers Lent ftoek ~ The following officers were elected by the tes- 8?, c l lv S t. cl8 , 98es °* the Sentral High School: Senior — President, Robert Crouch; vice president, Roger Dreyer; secretary, Jerald Waite; student council, Donald Menke and Jerry Jensen; sponsors, Mr Donald Blanchard and Mr Norris Juniors — president, Michael Gross; vice president, Karen Kueck; secretary, Marilyn Rath: student council, Marilyn Johannesen and James Gowans; sponsors, Mrs Hypse and Mrs Christianson. Sophomores— president, Jerald Newfarough; vice president, Kermit Krueger; secretary, Darrell Long; student council, Judy Juhl and David Weber; sponsors, Mr Cram and Miss Elwood. Freshmen — president, Daryl Preston; vice president. David Hamzinger; secretary, Sandffc Ellefson; student council, Susan Montgomery and Janice Han- a°ver; sponsors, Mr Walter and Misa Garlmg. Graduates From Nursing Janet. Krueger, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock, graduated Friday evening, Sept. 27 from St. Luke's Methodist Hospital School of Nursing at Cedar Rapids. Janet graduated from the Lone Rock High School in '55. Attending the exercises from here were Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit, Mrs E. A Lee and Susan. enter- Honored On .Birthday Mrs Erich Seegebarth 5* M '£ h i° nor of the rtday or Mrs Harlan Blanchard Friday JKfn?*' uGuests were Mrs Har£ B ^ nchard - Mrs M ^ton Madi- ^ni Mr f s Kennet " Jackson, Mrs Roger Jensen. Mrs Merton Lar- , Mrs W«K*ta>w ftlttfl, Mft Clarence Rtnf t, Mr* Ieslt BJM* efiard all of Lo*>« Rtotlc md Un Ralph Reidel of Riitgffteii Vatfi* ms games Were playtd tfitft glzes going to Mesdamta, Stil- tOn Madiseft, Mertdft LarSda, Roger Jensen, WoodftW Pettit. and Clarence Kraft. Attend Armstrong Retreat Attending the Consultation Re- trtat at Armstrong Sunday were Rev. C. E. Nofdine, M* and Mh W. J. Cotton, Mrs Florence Sen- fader and Mr A. A. Krueger. To Start Cla**M Communicants class will begin on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Boys and girls in the 8th grade and above are invited to enroll. Class begins at 9:30 a.m. each Saturday. P.W.O, Meeting Thursday at 2:30 is the general meeting of the P.W.O. in the church parlors. Hostesses are Mesdames Kenneth Jackson, Roger Jensen, .Eldin Marlow. Merwin Marlow and Milton Madison. Mrs Raymond Bierle will have the program. Idle Hour Club- Met The Idle Hour Club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs pale-Schroeder and Mrs Elmer Krause, assisting. Guests 'were Mrs W. J, Cotton^ Mrs Emma Hurlburt ,Mrs Merwin Hurlburt, Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Owen Berhow. The afternoon was spent playing five-hundred. Mrs Francis Howell from Rutland is here visiting at the H. A. Holmgren home. Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Rose Kraft and Mrs Frank Flaig visited Mrs Marie Krause in Corwith Sunday afternoon at the Chester Williams home. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich visited the Wm. Blanchard family in Humboldt Sunday afternoon and also the John Hauck family at Livermore. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Margaret Householder were Mr and Mrs Wm. Householder and family of Fenton, Mr and 'Mrs Ralph Reidel and Curtis from Ringsted. After- llvermore Girl Engaged To Wed Lhrermore — Mr and Mrs Carl Olson of Livermore announce the engagement of their daughter Carol Louise to Vernon W. Sittig, son of Mr and Mrs Otto Sittig also of Livermore. 'Miss Olson is a 1957 graduate 6f the TMK Rivers Hlgl sdnpol and is employed at Algom Her fiance y Bfjrraduate of tfSTLiver- more HigJSSchool and irf-lmploy- ed witlv t$& Meffiman Ctf6$iruc'- ti6n Company in'Algona. " A December wedding is planned. noon callers, were Mrs Woodrow Pettit 1 and Peggy, Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon and Gloria Householder. Mrs Owen Berhow was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday evening when Mr and Mrs Otto Westling and daughter LaVerla/ Algona, Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling and Vickie, Burt, Mr and Mrs Emil Person called to help her celebrate her birthday. The gueste brought the lunch. Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwood and family were Saturday evening supper guests at the Lawrence Newbrough home. Sunday for dinner they and Mr and Mrs Everett Lockwood and family were dinner guests in Swea City at the Dale Lockwood hoftte. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough visited in Homfcoldt Sunday wfth Mr Newtrrotign's sisters, e«ra and Julie Tefwiliger and With Anna Newfcfoagh. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstidt and family visited Friday ftlfht in wnittemote at the Waller fiietstedt Botne. Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and Jackie of Humboldt called Sunday evening oft, the Frank Dreyer family. Margaret Fische* iftd ftfit friend, Medha Petzenhausef, speftf the weekend at the Deliiifr F1S-* cher home. The girls are students at state teachers college at Cedar Falls. Craig and Susan Blanchard visited from Thursday evening till Saturday in Swea City at the Elmer Frank home. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Walter Paulson spent over the weekend at Hackensack, Minn, at the Jensen's cottage. Mr and Mrs John Behrends called Saturday evening in Algona at the Karl Ewoldt home. A week ago Saturday Mrs G. H. Dotty of Mason City came for a visit at the Andrew Thorn* sen home. On Sunday they all visited in Ames to help Mr A. A. Stoll celebrate his 95th birthday. They spent overnite Sunday in Maxwell at the Boyd Maxwell home, returning home Monday. Mrs Dotty returned home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch attended the wedding Sunday at Ringsted of Delores Wilberg and Paul Morck. Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs C. E. Nbrdine, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs W. J. Cot' ton, Mrs Herman Kramer and Mrs Roy Jensen attended the fall Presbyterial meeting that met in Spirit Lake last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends and family entertained for supper Sunday evening Mr and Mrs John Behrends, Mr and Mrs George Johnson, the latter from Havelock. The occasion was the birthday of Mr Behrends and Mr Johnson. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Jim Elsbecker home. LaVonne Thompson spent the weekend at Bancroft with Regina Ferguson. Mf aftd Mrs Clarence Hovey i If^S?' Armstrong, Mr and WtMaftin Swaffsott and family, FMffhont, wete Sunday dinner faWfe «t the Ardea Hovey home. ' t$gs Alfred Schulta and family 6t Uttosen, Mrs Maude Blaftfthard weft supper guests Sunday at the Doftftld Blanchard home. HOSPITALS | Sept. J7 *_ Gerald F. Lynch, Burt, medical; Mrs August, Vteudt, Whittemore. maternity. Stfjt, is — Mrs Dean Barnes, Algona, girl, Ml; Mrs Donald Holland, West Bend, boy, 7-6; Mrs Merrill Walker, Algona, boy, 7*11%. Bipi, 19 — Mrs J. 1. Merry* man Algona, accident; Trine" J. Pjtftish, Algona, medical; Mrs William Larsen, Burt, surgery; Barbara Faulstich, Algona, surgery. Sept. 20 — Mrs William Bes- tenlehner, Algona, medical; If I Could Talk.... OPERATOR, GIVE ME A LINE ON NEW FALL CLOTHES » *..itm •> *<t4' 's THERE'S NO CLOSED CIRCUIT ON THE NEWS THAT ZENDER'S HAS A SELECTION OF FALL CLOTHING THAT WILL PLEASE AND FIT ANY MAN OR BOY. INSTEAD IT'S ALWAYS AN OPEN LINE TO BAR- GAINS FOR YOU AT ZENDERS. FOR WARMTH AND WEAR All WINTER SEE ZENDER'S NOW JUST ARRIVED New Shirt qnd Sweater Sportswear, Try on the new Puritan Icelandic pyllpver - Q wearable crew-neck in ne,w "Wool frpm Iceland," See Puritgn's fully wasKable l«y- stripe shirts with pleated backs and cpljar bgttpns..Rich colors to choose from, sizes for everyone, Ivy League. Slack* in polished cotton, both black and light tan, tp ftt anyone from size 8 wp. They're new, they're 'washable, they're' wearable - they're for you. One more in Zen. der's complete new fall qnd winter line, » • '• • t Caps, Hat, Copts, Jackets « oil at lender's now. All right for yow. Come on in. You'll find what you are looking for. CLOTHING FQK MEN AND BOYS ftichard Mofitag, West Bend, medical; Mrs Carroll Willrett, Algona, medical. lti»i. 21 *~ ^aftefl Lone Rock, aceideftt. 8«pl. n — Mtt Eng«i« Sihal- tschneider, Algona, boy, 8-3; I/its itihn Origer, Bode, medical; Baby Cathleefl Hall, Algotia, boarder; Baby Christine Mall, Algona, boarder; Sister Mary Alberta, Bancroft, medical; Nancy Marshall, Algona, medical. 6*pl. 23 — Mrs August Vaudt, Whittemore, boy; Mrs Leroy fafrell, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Henry t)eardis , Algona, surgery; Mrs .Joseph Lentsch, Livermore, medical. 86pi. 24 — Erna Hinz, Lu- Verne, T & A; Jerrold Johnson, Cylinder, T & A; Mrs Paul Wagnet, West Bend, maternity, Sepf. 24 — Baby boy Elbert, Whittemore, boarder; Mrs Milton Wilhelm, LuVerne, girl, 9-5%; Harry Spongberg, Algona, medical; William Marnach, Whittemore, medical. SepI, 25 — Mary C. Bormann, LuV'erne medical; Mrs Mary Kain, Algona, medical; John Nauman, Bancroft, medical;, Mrs Mark M6Giiite, Algona; 'iirl, 6-10^; Mrs M. A. Willis, Minneapolis, *nedjeai; Mrs Reinhard Potthoff, Bancroft; medical; Mrs Joe Rapp, Bancroft, medical. S«f»t* 2A — Mrs Philip Inman, Bancroft, girl, 8-1%. S«pl. 2? — Joann Skilling, Algona, T A; Mrs Regina Bauman, West Bend, medical; Ray Walker, Algona, medicaj: John R. Leigh, Algona, medical. 8*pf. 28 — Mrs Eugene Muller, Algona, girl, 8-11; Mrs Juliana Voit ( Algona, medical; DeJmar D. Kern, Algona, medical. Sepf. 29 — John E. McEnroe, Algona, medical; Baby girl Mc- Qulre, Algona, boarder. Sept. 30 -«• Joel Bormanh, Lu- Verne, medical; Gary Carberry, Whittemore, medical; -Thomas Becker, Bancroft, medical; W. J. Mayer, Algona, medical. IF tT'S NEWS — WE WANT II Miss Gtrrfis Of Titonka Wills Titonka — Friday evening, Sept. 20, at 8 o'clock in the evening was the time set for the wedding of Jacqueline Lee Ger* dis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Gerdis of Titonka, and John C. Van Hove, son Of Mr and Mrs John Van Hove of Buf* falo Center. 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