Phone Co. At Lone Rock Has Annual Meet Lone Rock — The annual 'telephone meeting was held at tho Legion Hall, Thursday night, and the following officers were elected: President, Harlan Blanchard; vice president, Owen Berhow; secretary and treasurer, Don Houck; directors, Edwjn Licb and Owen Berhow. Ninth Birthday Susan Blanchard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard, had a birthday party Friday afternoon after school at her home. It was her 9th birthday and her party was postponed twice because of the snow storm once and then she got tho chicken pox. Guests were all the- 3rd grade, Betty Walker, Bonnie Mueller Jill Blanchard, Mary. Lee Madison, Linda Hanna, Grace Foster, Kim Blanchard, Stanley Nordine, Lance Rutledge, Howard Mueller, Rodney Schmidt, Gene Hartman; Joel Priebe, Jeffery Angus, Jerry McVay, Randy Bicrle, Stephen Crause, and their teacher, Mrs LcRoy Brass. Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmer celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. 'Dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Joe Collins .of New Richland, Minn., Mr and Mrs Guylars Kiss and family, Mr and Mrs Emery Preston of Ringsted, Mrs Rose Stattleman of Bode and son Joel Vollmer homo on furlough. In the evening Mr and Mrs Peter Nellis of Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilges, Mr and Mrs Frank Staltle- man of Buffalo Center joined the group to surprise them.' Mr and Mrs Ed Thilges of Bode couldn't come because of illness in the family. Mr and Mrs Vollmer received many lovely gifts. Hcnor Mrs Cotton Mrs Ernest Jensen entertained jn her home Wednesday afternoon for a birthday party in honor of Mrs Willis Cotton. Guests were Mrs Ray Snyder ot Goldfield, Mrs Don Houck, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Art Priebej Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Delmar Fisher, Mrs Rogei Jensen, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Win. Flaig, Mrs Milford Mitchell and Tena Jensen. Presbyterian Circles The U.P.W. met Thursday at the Presbyterian Church parlors with 33 present. Devotions by Mrs Maurice Wcisbrod; Lesson, The Circles We Live In by Mr.s Merwyn Hurlburt. Hostesses were 'Mosdamc.s Art Priebe, Ruth Krueger, E. A. Lee, A. D. Newbrough, C. E. Nordine and Delmar Fisher. Edwin Lee Bush of Algona was a weekend guest at the Emma Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family were supper guests at the Charles Stauder home in Bancroft Sunday evening helping Mrs Stauder celebrate her birthday. Mrs Lena Schmidt of Fentpn and Mrs Edward Ohm were Thursday afternoon callers at the Lillie Thompson home. ' Joel Vollmer is spending a 30 day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmer. He was stationed in California and will report back to Fort Dix, New Jersey, where he will receive his overseas orders. Mr and Mrs A. 'G. Borchardt, Gloria and LaVonne of East Chain, Minn., Mr and Mrs James Walker and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family were Sunday evening callers ai the homo of Mrs Rose Kraft. Mr and Mr.s Frank Dreyer and family visited at the Art Tietz home at Lakota 'Sunday afternoon. Mrs Dreyer's parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton are staying there with their daughter, Mrs Tietz, while Mr Tieman was in St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Edward Blanchard and their grandson Pat «went to Ames (Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and family. Hiram Ackerman and son Gary of Burt and Delores Ackerman of Marshalltown were callers at the Frank Flaig home Friday evening. Win. Christcnson was a dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee Sunday. A surprise birthday party was held at the home of Mrs Ruth Call Hearing Apr. 16 On River Flood Control A hearing for flood control and related purposes for the area in the watershed of the . Des Moines river, and its east and west forks, has been called for April 16, to be held at the Palo Alto courthouse at 10 a.m. Col. E. M. Fry of Rock Island, district engineer of the U.S. Army, has called the meeting. , Purpose of the meeting is io discuss flood control measures authorized by Congress on the Des Moines river basin. There are 40 counties in the Des Moines river water- • shed area, and Kossuth and Palo Alto are two of them. The west fork of the Des Moines river runs through Palo Alto county, the east fork through Algona in Kos- sulh county. The hearing at Emmetsburg is slated to cover the stream area from Humboldt where it forks east and west, north to the sources. Army experts at the hearing will consider whether there are additional improve ments within the basin that are justified and feasible in the interest of flood control, major drainage and related purposes. Krueger in honor of her birthday Friday afternoon. Those attending were Mary Genrich, Maude Blanchard, Esther Flaig, Mae Quinn, Mary Flaig, Lucille Blanchard, Dolores Newbrough, and Martha Peterson. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth and Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow of LuVerne were Sunday evening callers at the parental home of Mrs Clara Marlow of Hurt. Mrs Harlan Marlow, Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson and Mrs Gordon Hutchinson went to Estherville to visit Mrs John Elsbecker and baby at the Estherville Hospital. .Mr and Mrs John Long of Acklcy were overnight guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson. LeRoy Kleppcr went to Holy Cross Sunday to attend the funeral of his cousin, Merlin Friedman. Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and family of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ed Blunier home in Algona. Mrs Wilfred Radig and sons David and Douglas went to Lakota to help celebrate the 65th birthday of Mrs Rose Rahmstock. Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen and Mrs Shirley Madsen of Blair, Neb spent the evening Wednesday at the home of 'Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Art Priebe and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the Sports Show. Mr and Mrs John Elsbecker are proud parents of a baby girl bori) April 4th at Estherville. She weighed 8 Ibs and 9 oz. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer and Mr and Mrs Albert Elsbecker of Bancroft. This also is the first great-grandchild for Albert Hutchinson of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Lewis Seegebarth and family and Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig went to Avnboy for dinner Sunday to the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker. Their two sons, Paul and Kirk Thacker came home with the Radigs to visit for a week. Mr and Mrs Henry Schrocder went to the George Schuster home at Titonka for dinner Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin were callers Thursday evening at the Kenneth Sarchett home. •Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell and family of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at the Milford Mitchell home. The 4-H Lone Rock Lively Rockets will meet at the home I of Alexis Rutledge Saturday I afternoon, April 11. Mr and 'Mrs Harvey Rath ana Doris were supper guests Sunday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath. Mr and Mrs Ira Dutton and Mr and Mrs Ralph Rarberls of Algona were callers at the Wallace MeArthup.ho.mc Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs W. O. Catnpney at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs attended the Beef Producers Banquet at Swea City. Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton visited at the Frank Dreyer home from Sunday till Thursday, while Mr Tieman was in 'the hospital. Miss Delores Ackerman of Marshalltown and her friend Jim Klass, Hiram Ackerman and son Gary Dean were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mrs Rose Kraft entertained her birthday club at her home Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs Ruth Krucger's birthday! 500 was played with high prize going to Mrs Mary Flaig, low to Mrs Mary Genrich and travel to Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey visited at the Roy Pehrson home in Swea City Sunday afternoon. Monday Mr and Mrs Ronald Beardsley and family of Fenton were supper guests at the Henry Schrocder home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Kramer home near Humboldt. Keglers Turn In 632 Series And High Top Lines Hank Geilenfeld, Frank- Moulton and Joyce Fraser proved to be the best of the kcglers at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Mrs Fraser tossed a 201 -to lead the women,- while Geilenfeld had high line, 248, and Moulton high series, 632, including lines of 226 and 223, to top the men. Other women over 160 were Kay Voigt 197, 182, 174, Betty Freiberg 178, Irma Dec Cook 183, Arline McConnell 164, Carol Godfredscn 173, 173, Maybelle Geilenfeld 177, Valeria Nelson 168, Arlene Hakes 185, 160, Loretta Ditsworlh 187, 167, Ruth Skilling 168, Lavon Lindhorst 174 and Leone WilhHmi 166. Men over 210 included Hnnk Furst 216, 215, Clay Pittman 230, Kenny Scott 234, Loyal Gingrich 219, 214, Paul Engon 216, Ed Richten 218, Mac McConnell 215, Denny Lickteig 233, Jack Hang 214, Art Groen 214, 223 (612 series), Cliff Bonschoter 231, Ed Adams 243, Swede Ball 210. 212, 'Al Grill 212, Wendell Jergenson 223 Jim Kelley 212 (611 S9ries), Bill Naylor 223, Ccc Taylor 213, Chan Dailcy 222, Red Sleeker 213, Merl Hoover 220, Julio Baas 230, Ollie Johnson 222, Jon Nelson 213, Ted Chrischilles 210, Red Schmidt 223 Dick Cook 216, Art Groen 209, 209 (615 series) and Whitey Voigf 214. SWEA & EAGLE Attending the County Women's Day in Algona from Swea Township Club were Mcsdames Harold Jones, Glenn Olson, Nora Olson, Emil Larson and Floyd Thursday, April 9, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mo»na«-5 Treat. Harold Jones was In Algona Tuesday morning March 31 where he served on tho Grant! Jury. Mr and Mrs Julius Tennyson of Rock Rapids arc nnw living in tenant house on Ralph Chan- trills farm, where he is employed. Mr and Mrs Ralph Chantrill and daughters were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Chantrill, Iowa Falls. The annual Algona district meeting of Methodist WSCS met at Bclmond last week Thursday. Attending were Mesdames Harold V. Jones, Ronald Johnson, Otto Kelly, Harold Krantz, Jim Hacker and Cecil Godfredson. Speaker at meeting was Dorothy Barnctte, National Field Worker. 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