The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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II " •!"!*€ * « ' ^ f ' ' i ' -^ , *"*.. ' j f > r i' '- 1 *,t*^ J * hK *t *tlK*' r r * < *- J 4f J ^-,- "^ p V'V'ti. j * ' i ' • jt , 1 f '?i t,i t , «s^ i. t v P J jj_ \ t * v "-> t-L Honor Mothers At Seneca 4-H Tea, May 16 Titonka Girl Gets Nurse Cap — . The Seneca Stars 4-H Club honored tlieir mothers at a breakfast, Saturday morning, May 16 at the Carl Nielsen home with Margaret as hostess Carol Hanisch. president of the club, welcomed the mothers. Mrs Martin Wilberg gave the response. 1 Lois Wilberg and Marilyr Johannesen presented n vocal duet with Margaret Nielsen a? accompanist. Poems were read by Andrea Stephanski, Sandra Sullivan, Bonnie Crouch. Mary England and Jill Jensen. Dorothy Petersen presented a reading . Mothers in attendance included Mrs Carl Nielson, the co- hostess, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Andrew Stefanski, tyrs Francis Sullivan. Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Alfred Petersen and Mrs Elmor Hanisch, leaders; and Mrs Henry Looft, 4-H committee chairman i Kindergarten Party The Mothers of the Kindergarten class at Seneca were honored at a party at the Seneca School Friday afternoon, May 8. from 2:30 - 3:30. Mrs Wm. Gowans presented the class in a short pro- gram.f'' Mothers enjoying the courtesy were Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mrs Wayne Nyman, Mrs Roy Hinz, Mrs Jerry Jentz, Mrs Kenneth Andrea, Mrs Francis Sullivan, Mrs Kenneth Bollig, Mm Zarl, Mrs Carl Hanson and Mrs Ordean Kabrick. 4-H Club Met The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the home of James Bergum, Monday evening, May 11. The-group'voted to hold their club tour on June 14, to,-invite the 4-H girls club, to joim them for a picnic dinner at the England home and softball games that afternoon.' Jamie Jensen waS elected to fill out the term of secretary due to Bruce jHartshorn'* '^resignation. •' James 5 , Geilenfeld wHl go to convention* and Jamie-Jensen and •Larry* JohaWhesen .''are', delegates, to Cainp^ K«v '! •' ';' Committees named included James, Bergum, Jamie Jensen and Mary England for the food; and'Larry Johannesen *and Jerry, England >plahning i the route for tfrevfourt f V' ; I' - Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen honored. their, daughter, Dorothy, 'Sunday evening following Bac- !«ctud«t Mr dnA Mrs Leonard Steen, -M* and Mrs Brfifl Mueller of Ndrthwood, Iowa; Mr and Mr* Henry M. Larsen of Swea City; Mr and Mat Ofdean Grant aftd, daughter* d* Au«!% Mihft.1 ,Mf and Mrs Eugene Pdm&n*, Maf* leen Jensen of Kte«sted ( Dof> ottiy Nielsen, Livfcrmofie, and Gery Allen of Hudson, Iowa. Guests at the Lyle England home Wednesday evening ton lowing commencement exercises at the Sentral school at which Jerrv England was a member of the graduating class included Mf and Mrs Loyd Paris of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Arnold Cheever and family, Mr and Mrs Harlan Kininder and family, also of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Roy Ogle of Elmore, Minn., Mr Charlie Paris of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs John England of Estherville; Mr- and Mrs Gilbert England and Patty of Wallingford; Mr and Mrs Cecft UaWwlrt; .._. Cteftld -teftt£ M> J»<i i ffft4>i fUftfcfe coffin TTtHftttf andM&MW J^tssfft »$& Gerald Jentz was lent at tut ::.:„ r at E»therville the last weelt. ' Mrs Alfred rrtoM entertaifted the Jtell* club at her home last Th afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred honored theif followihg cises at the Sentral nesday evening.. .i-s, Gail Kauffman and Hotfer Menz returned home from Call* fornia Friday evening,,' Gall at* tended College there f6r« a .time but for the last feuKmonihS lias been working. Roger; MhoV 1 ® to California the first of the f i was also employed Jhere.' ';>i •Km _______ , tltrt> met Tuesdsy afternoon at the home of Mrt Ted Jensen. Mrs ffed Jbhaflfifelil?^ii the froffef* :i ,. Ida Wilbcrg ' and Marilyti Johattneseti, members, of the Sehtral School graduating class, were hetWTed &t the tttfHnrWtt* berg home Sunday evening fol* Mrand > net* honored -their son fiugehe Sunday evening following Baeca? laureate. , ,' ', MM Ole Peder&en. $beht,Mon? day with her father, Bert Mitchell of fenton, who Is a patient at the Holy Family, Hospital at .Either- ville. On Sunday • afternoon, he suddenly ' took & -turn "for th£ worse and lapsed info It dtate of semi-consciousness, -. • •/'* TUonka — Mr and Mrs Darrell Bess attended the capping ceremony recently of their daughter, Trudy Bess of Titonka, above, who is attending the Iowa Methodist Hospital School of Nursing. The ceremony was held at the First Methodist church in Des Moines. She was among a class of 70 students. Miss Bess was Titonka's candidate for Band Queen at Mason City last year. calaureate Services by having relatives and friends in for refreshments. Present were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haekbarth. and son of Algona,' Mr ,and Mrs August Hanson and family, of Kingsted, Mr • and -Mrs Harvey Larsen and family-of Swea-Clty and Clarence Cheever of Arm? strong, Mrs Carl Nielsen and Margaret attended a bridal shower Thurs* day evening at 'Liyermore, ..honoring Dorothy Nielsen who will be married June 14 .to Gery Allen of Hudson, Iowa, The ceremony will be held at the St. Paul's Lutheran church 'at Ringsted. 'Hostesses were Mrs Downs" and_Mn Herman Grqnbach and' daugH' ters. ' ' ' . Mrs C. ,O. Bailey observed hei birthday anniversary Saturday She had friends In for birthday cake'and coffee thafcv 'evening Guests included Mr.and\Mrs O R. Patterson, -Mr and>Mrs 'Donald Cronk,<Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin • and Carrie JenSen. ,. ,-Mr and Mrs Everett • Witham spent' Mothers Day' weekend a the home of their daughter anc son-in-law,. the Pete .Helmors'. a Siqiix City. .,, " '.;.<• • Mr and Mrs' Carl Nielsen hon ored their daughter, Margaret following commencement . exer cises "Wednesday' evening. Guest Paint Up-lix Up Clean Up May 25 thrb J^qy 30 yi/HEREAS, the well being of Algona is tightly linked to the pride of its; people In maintaining a clean, healthy, orderly community, and ' WHEREAS, the moral attitude of the people of Algona is reflected In 1 , ,• -i '' " '. their effort to maintain a clean, beautiful city, and SKIttY LESSEE 'i , » ' w WHEREAS, the health of Algona is dependentfpn the dedication of its citizenery to-maintain a clean and orderly"community. • ' ' ; ' ' -.' • ''V"' --F , i j V r< x --^ >' ••,'' "; NOW, THEREFORE, let us proclaim that the'week'of Ma/, from the 25th, to the 30th, be designated as Paint-Up, Clean-Up,.Fix-Up .Week, jn.Algonp, and Its people be urged to put forth every effort .to make Algona, a cify; .clean,, ''.•'• • •'.V'' '-"''tfit'Sft' i'•"'•."*', v "'/•**"'• f ' beautiful and reverent. '• '., , ,1; . ;: ^ T r '5 \M ' v»^ ,. . ', •. \ -A X - v;s • ' jt- HV&... . " " '• , Signed: ? "^l-^ , ' .f <''; ; ! > Dn C. C. Shierk » - ••* .- ^ ' '"'V A {•' f '' '••' 'V '*: 702 £. State, Algona Phone £Y 4-3812 £>eQf Fftendif ,,/ , This U to anftouric^ thai l.haye .leased the Skeily Station formerly _ r _. 1 -,«<^< Derihls' L Seefeld. Hereafter' the station will be known as ."Bab's; Skeily; ^ , ^Service.";'; \ ^ "' • .: ^ ;;""_' ; *.''^""- " §6lhg boYn and raised,hir^Jn Algenci, I am acquainted with many"e»f^o\>;'ahiy weuld lltol to extend a" hetirty Welcome;artd inVitdtbn for ybu to N drop,-In' -for a tbfdlal v(sth l/am» looking forward to meeting many new friends, whom I have not as yet had the pleasure of meetingl , */ v »>. , * \". : . ( <*^'\' I. pledge fo db my utrtiost tb'serve you as" the ,fotur4*a^|Oen| . fn the, past. Quick, efficient Skeily Service with the added fe'dTfur^'ot-ma 1 customers automobile vacuum cleaning,, service wijl b6 .yours', at ' /tt "^'« • Service." - •-,- , , • •-'',,'" ' . 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