The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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4 Win Highest Honor Roll Spots, Senfral Th* first six weeks Honor Kol) for Srntral M|h school was announced this %eek by SUpt. ft, M. Chase as follows: Highest Honors — "A" In cit< zenship and (4 A*s) or (3 A's-i B): Susan Breese, Jefry Jensen, Lovetia Kohlwes, and Janet Walker. Honors — "A" in Citizenship and (3 B's- 1 A) or (2 A's-2 B'sO or (3 A's-1 C): 12th—Joatt Cushing, Sandra Gabel, Sandra Nolte, Joan Wegenerr llth—Janet Benne, Eugene Gardner, Marilyn Johannesen, Notma Larsen and Jane Ruger; 10th—Craig Blanchard, Nancy Fischer, Carol Hanisch. Susan Hantelman, Carol Johannesen, Darlene Johnson. Judy Juhl, Lynn Menz. Jerald Newbrottgh, Vergene Norland. Edward Schmidt, and David BIG THINGS ARE COMING Helen Louise Gade Weds OCT. 31, NOV. 1 and 2 AT FOSTER'S WOW! the past six weeks. They were with tfteir son Blmer Bag£r. Mr and Mrs Ray Bockes of Waterloo brought his niece, Kathy Bookfcs, Iowa State Teachers College. Cedar Falls. t>> the parental John Brtckr.-! home KricUiy. 1 Miss Kathy was stricken with tht flu. Karl Schipull, 15, entered the Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge Thursday for medical treatment. Mr Schipull suffered a stroke at his farm home, Sunday, October 13. His right side was affected. Mr and Mrs Edwin Hanselman attended a Lutheran Hour Rally at Lake City, Iowa Sunday a Tier- noon. Oct. 20 and sang with an 85 voice choir of Lutherans. Other members of the Immanuol Lutheran church, Livermoro choii singing were: Adolph Koester, Mr and Mrs Glen Schultz, Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs Lloyd Kuehnast, Mrs Harold Hauck, Mrs Ernest Haack, the Pastor and Mrs Donald Heck. Mr and Mrs Allen Blake artd children had as guests Sunday afternoon and evening Mr an'd Mrs Edwin Preussner, children, Terry and Janice of Mason Cif.y. The Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg, Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach attendc-d the Lutheran Hour Rally at Lake City Sunday afternoon. Jayne's Coming I iollywood s glamor girl, Jaynt Mansfield, is st aired in the h.'iariou.s comedy hit, "Will Suc- cc.-s Spoil Rock Hunter," play- ins next Tuesday lor thii't- days at Mil' Algona theatre. Tony Ran- a;ili is co-starred. Helen Louise Gade became the bride of Lee Orr Hays of Newton, in a ceremony performed Oct. 6, at 4 p.m., at Mount Olive Lutheran church in DCs Moines. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade of Algona. The bridegroom is a son of Judge and Mrs Norman Hays of Newton. Marlone Gade of Des Moines attended her Sister. A wedding reception folllowed the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Zagel in the presence of about 150 guests. The bride is a graduate of Iowa Lutheran Hospital school of nursing. The couple will be at home in Newton after a wedding trip to the Ozarks. Hill? WHAT'S COMING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31? WOW! AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. ALGONA Weber; 9th — Sandra Ellefson, Muriel Nordine and Gail Pettit. Honorable Mention — "A" in Citizenship and (4 B's) or (2 B's- 1 A-l C) or (2 A's-1 B-l C) or (3 B's-1 C;: 12th—Mary Ann Dittmer, Janet Geilenfeld, Sharon Hantelman, C.arol Householder, Sandra Marlow, Janice Stoebei and Janice Zumach; llth—Janice Bierstedt, Ardyth Drone, Jerry England, Marilyn Rath, Evalon Schlei, Pamela Weisbrod, and Lois Wilberg; lOth^-Earl Jentz, Bonnie Pertl; 9th—Judith Berkland, Coleen Collins, Kathleen Crowley, Marjorie Johnson, Donna Knoll, Susan Montgomery, Bryan Mortensen and Larry Osborn. Mother Of 2 LuVerne Men Dies, Seattle LuVerne — Milo 'Patterson flew from Des Moines Sunday morning to Seattle, Wash., when he learned Saturday of the sud- den death of his mother, Mrs Anna McCurdy. Mrs McCurdy, 83, was afflicted with a hear!. condition and passed away Friday, Oct. 18. Funeral services were held there this Tuesday. Surviving are her two sons, Milo and Max Patterson of Lu- Verne .eleven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Also two sisters, Mrs Lena Stauffacher, LuVerne and one in Wisconsin. WUienburgs Return Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg returned home Friday from a two weeks trip visiting relatives. In New Berlin, 111., they visited her aged mother, Mrs H. C. Duewer, who isn't in good health. Also her sister, Mrs Henry Harms, Farmingdale, 111., who recently underwent second maj&r surgery. Enroute home they visited a sister of the Rev. and Mi's A. J. Possehl in Cedar Rapids and two brothers, Henry and William Wittenburg in Norway and Marengo. During the absence of the Rev. Wittenburg there were no services Sunday, October 1, in the LuVer-ne Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church. 45th Wedding Anniversary For Leo Waldschmidts St. Benedict — The 45th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Leo Waldschmidt was celebrated at the home of Mr and Mrs Dennis Lickteig Sunday, Oct. 22. The Waldschmidts are parents of Mrs Lickteig. Those present for Sunday dinner were Mr and Mrs Roland Waldschmidt and family of Spencer; Mr and Mrs Elliott Waldschmidt and family of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs James Waldschmidt and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Eldon Waldschmidt. Forest City; Ralph Waldschmidt, M a r s h a 11 town. James Elbert, who is a brother of Mrs Leo Waldschmidt was there from Waterloo. Mr and Mrs John Lickteig of Wesley. Dennis' parents were there. In the afternoon surprise guests came to the same home. They were Mr and Mrs P. J. Fust-hen of Whittemore, sister of Mrs Leo Waldschmidt, Mr and Mrs P. J Dahlhauser, the latter anothei sister of Whittemore; and & niece, Mrs Cole Wasson of Kankakee, 111. The three-tiered vi-M.limj c-nke was baked and iu".rc.U'd by Mrs Elliott Wakl- ichmidt. Lunch enjoyed by nil n .illi.Tnoon. The honored cou- )!'• WHS presented a gift and cash. Adolph Vostnd, 66. of Brookings, So. Dak. on Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church there. Mr Vostad, who is survived by his wife, two sons rind thrf.'c i',i •indvi'ildrcn, \v;:.< a Tinner MHflrnt of 'hi:-. f.'MiMiiim! >• :-ii.! ,\ childhood friend of the group. They rctuintd homo Friday. Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson entertained Mr and Mrs John Larson of West Bend Friday evening for supper, on Mis Larson's birthday. Otheis atti nding \vere Mr and Mrs Ralph Jarobsoii and children and Mr and Mrs Donald Larson. Rural Club Met The Rural club me! Friday, Oct. 18, at the home of Mrs Mike Coyle. Mrs Roy Telford gave? the scripture. Mrs Roy Tel ford gave the lesson. Mrs Lester Wehrs- pann had the recreation. Guest*, were Mrs Helen Campbell, Mis W. G. Cooper, Mrs Anna Purely Thursday. Oct. 24, 1957 Algona (Id.) Upptf De* MftiflCt»>5 and Mr.; Emory Johnson. Mr and Mrs Harold Johnson and dau.u'nle: s "f Thor, Mi^ ,Johi: Coyle of* Cn •>"•.• ;:nd Mi and Mrs Roy 'lYllo.d W:.rc Sunday dinner guests at the Mik ! Coylcs. Afternoon callers weft Mrs Anna Purdy and Mrs Selma Nelson. Mr and Mrs Louis Jae.obson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Edward' Zinne! home. In the afternoon Mrs JiinncI and Leslie and Mrs Jacobson and children visited Mr and Mrs Ravmond Xinnel at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk were Saturday dinner guests at. the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gerald Iverson, Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Robert Spcich of Algona were Sunday guests at. the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Antone Speich. Mr and Mrs Fred ttaifltren tnd Scott were Monday aftefftoon callers at the Elmer WiHey home .! Vincent. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Tti'.v, Beverly King and Vickie anrl Le-Roy Warby were Sunday afternoon callers at the Carlisle Hahrud home at Bode, for & surprise birthday pnrty on Mr Hats- rud. HERBERT WALLACE flFD No. 1 Irvlngtott, Iowa CY-4-3062 Five Otfosen People Attend So. Dak. Funeral Oilosen — Lenhard Holden, Mr find Mrs Albert Bergum, Oliver Christenson and Mrs Clara Solberg attended the funeral of FRI., OCT. 25th ANDY DOLL AND THE RIDGE RIDERS * SAT., OCT 26th JULES HERMAN _ AND HIS ORCHESTRA _ "RENTALS AVAILABLE Wedding Dances, Benefit Promotion, Appreciation Dances etc. Partials Contact Manager PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA FRIDAY, OCT. 25 TEEN-AGE DANCE DON DEANE SUNDAY, OCT. 27 BOBBY LINPEMAN FRIDAY, NOV. 1 JOLLY L UMBER JACK S SUNDAY, NOV. 3 BILLY REDMAN FRIDAY, NOV. 8 HARD TIME DANCE Come M you are — Priief LYNN KERNS ORCH. No Advance Booth Reservations — Door» Open at 8:30 Up to 90% Heavier C*vtr ond H«rd. wort > • • W* i|h Thtm mid Comport ... lid* wlngl f 9 l4 In, twg *ngln* 'wwm W*U« W1N6SOMNWIDE *«iy BIO 3-SECTION WINPSHIIUO BRADLEY BROTHE RS AIGONA The Progressive Woman's Club were guests Wednesday evening in the Mrs Allen Blake home. Mrs Wayne Sanford was a guest. Mrs Bertie C. Ramus presided in the absence of Mrs Earle Hanselman .president. Mrs Ray Stone gave a-report of a recent federation meeting she had attended in Algona. Five new members were welcomed. They are: M r s Ralph Baer, Mrs Jerry Stille, Mrs Elden Guess, Mrs Lois Cross and Mrs Roland Walline. Mrs Irvin Chapman, assisted by Mrs Jon Nelson and Mrs James Mallory gave an interesting talk and demonstration on Home Remodeling and Redecorating. •The November meeting will be with Mrs Vernon Daley. Mr and Mrs Earle Hanselman, Mr and Mrs Donald Marty, Mr and Mrs George Storey and Robert Murray attended the annual dinner and meeting of the Hum- bcildt County Farm Bureau held Wednesday in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Harry Lenx, children, Martin and Becky, visited Sunday in the parental Edward Lenz home. Mr and Mrs Lc-nz were tenant farmers for Donald Bormann until two weeks ago when they moved to make their home in Vincent. Harry is now employed at the Fort Dodge Gypsum Plant. Mrs John A. Ramus was hostess Wednesday evening to the Birthday Bridge Club. Guest.s were Mrs Irvin Jergensen, Mrs Charles Hantelman, Jr., and Mr:Robert Diekoff, Detroit, Mich. At play, prizes wpre awarded to Mrs Hugh Shirk, Mrs C. B. Huff and Mrs Jergensen. Mi's Rainiu; presented a gilt to Mrs Diektiff. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartnt-i were Sunday visitors with hit, sister, Mrs Minnie Dickie in Mason Cty. Phil C. Lichty visited Friday to Monday in Fairfield with his daughter the Laurel Bentley family. He went to make the ac- quaiptance of the ntw son Philip Laurel Bentley. They have a daughter Dawn. Mrs Earle Hanselman, children. George, Jane and David visiU-d Sunday with her mother, Mrs Bertha Nelson at Frost, Minn.. Mid her brother, the Raymond Nelson family at Raku. Visitors Sunday afternoon it: the Mrs Jessie Sanford home wa; her daughter, the Irvin McGowan family, her brother, Mr and Mrs Otto Satter, their son, Mr and Mrs Paul Satter and boys all of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Eli Eager arrived home Thursday from Denver, Colo., where Mrs Eager spent the past two months and Mr Bugtu' DOUBLE FUN FROLIC SUNDAY and MONDAY It's a zingy love chase that swings across two continents! L PLUS THIS CO - HIT land CLEMENTS j ALGONA "HERE ARE 2 MOVIES THAT MAKE ME PROUD I AM A THEATRE MANAGER." DICK I'D MY CCOWH? d AN CALLED PETER 6AVtVDU,,.,-HOW 6000 YOU FELT AS YOU LEFT T-H& THEATRE WT€RS«EIM6 THEM? fcS. I HEARTILY RKONMIND TttlSFINt PROGRAM TO EYtWOHt. IN COLOR A PICTURE EVERYONE MUST SEE! JWEUt tUT cusar AMYOUUWAMTT05K H WITH EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR.FAMILY/ JOHN CRAWFMD • MMI GIBSON • JOHN BRWW WANE BREWSTER • J. PAT O'MAUEY. RUSSEll JOHNSON // STARRING- 3 TIME ACADEMY AWARD WINNER. 2 "MUST SEE" ATTRACTIONS WALTER BRENNAN AT FENTON, IOWA 26 AT 2:00 P.M. As I have moved to Omaha, Nebraska and have rented my home in Fenlon, I will »ell at Public Auction the following personal property: FURNITURE 4 Piece Walnut Bedroom Set - Complete Painted Bed and Dresser Antique Brass Bed Oak Dresser Wooden Utility Cabinet 20 Chairs — mix and match Dining Room Table with Leaves Library Table Flower Stand End Table Coffee Table Rocking Chair Kitchen Stool Small Drop Leaf Kitchen Table Clothes Hamper Bathroom Scale Tin Sheeting Blue Davenport and Chair Studio Couch Walworth Piano and Bench Antique Dining Room Table with 9 Leaves Philco Refrigerator Combination Gat Stove Spinner Washing Machine Kitchen Table with 4 Chairs 9' X 12' Tan Tone Woo) Rug 9' X 10' Floral Design Wool Rug Scatter Rug to match above Floor Lamp High Chair Radio Ice Box Toaster 2 Electric Irons Pots and Pans Miscellaneous Garden Tool* Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention TERMS: CASH - NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS wwNPMNi %Pi0k Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer Ilit teflt v

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