The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1959
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(la.) Upatf 0« Mftlftts tnttrtdoy, Moy 28, . * - - -- ........ . . j AROUND ALGONA fem Hutchison and three class- i mates from Grinnell College spent the weekend here as guests at the T. C, Hutchison homfe. P.E.O, Sisterhood mtl Wednesday evening, May 20, at the home 6f Mrs A, E. Kresensky. Mrs T, C. Hutchison had the program on Ceylon. Si. Ann Hospital Auxiliary raised $453 in»the Tag Day held May 15. The money will go toward a nursing scholarship for a Kossuth county girl. Kay Agena, daughter of Mr and Mrs Al Agena, underwent an appendectomy Tuesday afternoon, May 19 at St. Ann hospital. Kay is in the eighth grade, Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford will visit friends and relatives over the Memorial Day weekend, They will visit Mrs Crawford's father, Jacob Anderson at Exira, Friday. That evening they will go to Defiance, where Mr Crawford will give the main address at the High School Alumni banquet. Mr Crawford was formerly superintendent of schools at Defiance. gifts of qualify • FOR THE GRADUATE! . and Mrs M. M. Browct were host to the Presbyterian members of the high school graduating class at a breakfast Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs A. E. Brigg* had at their guests over the weekend Mrs Briggs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs -Bernard Ermels and son, Martin John o! Webster City. Guild, business and professional women's circle of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening for a picnic at the home of Mrs Marc Moore. Mrs Daisy Schauer was assisting hostess and Mrs John Zalaznik gave the progrnm. Mr and Mrs tony Gutowski of Waterloo spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs R. B. Wnl- Icr and other friends. Tony, former high school football coach here, is now coaching at East Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevik and son Prince George, B. C., Canada are spending a 20 day furlough here With Mrs Hanevik's parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Rontz and at Blue Earth with Mr Hanevik's parents, Mr and Mrs Hans Hanevik. The younger, Mr Hanevik is in the air force and expects to be discharged in October. NEW l[mmar - QUALITY LONG DISTANCI RADIOS '* First choice of those who want to give the very bestl "World's cnetl pew« •rfut pecktl radio of Hi «!z*."Th* ROYAL 500-D—AIMrantlt. lor pocktl rad!6, Up to 300% mor* isnil- tlvlty—performtwhtr* olhert fall. Practtlon* Vernier tuning and In*, verted cone speaker for rich, dear, tone. Ill 3 popular colon. Mr and Mrs Tom Kruse and children, Tommy, Caroline and Joanne of ColumHo, Ceylon arrived here at the C. B. Murtagh home May 9. Mr Kruse and Tommy stayed one night and. then went to Vinton to visit Mr Kruse's parents, Mr and. Mrs Marion Kruse. Mrs Kruse, the former Betty Murtagh, remained for a longer visit with her parents and her 'brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs T. C. Hut- ehlsofi. %e family left May 18 for TtK-feon, Ariss. to visit Mr and MrS Jftft Murtagh and from therfe planfted to go to Las Vegas, New Mexico to visit Mr and Mrs Mark Kruse. They will visit Mr afid Mrs 3dhn qafroll at San Josfe, Calif, before returning here for a month. Mr Kruse is associated with The Voice of America and the family traveled from Ceylon by ship, starting March 22 and arriving in the States the first part of May. The baby, Joanne wa.< born while they were living in Ceylon. Friends and relatives of 28 deceased Kossuth county residents have established "Living" memorials in their names during the past twelve months. The memorials were contributions to the Iowa Division of the American Cancer Society. Memorials werfc given for Rose Lickteig, William Ramus, Harry S. Ditsworth, Lflura Norton, Raymond H. Galbraith, Louis Jenkinson, Herman Warmbier. Carl ' Starquist, ^arriett Rice) Joe 2anke, Frank E. Teeter, Norman Cotton, Dr. Pierre Sartor ' Merle Meyers, Maude Dean$ Ethel Stauffacher, Nell Peterson, William Boyken. Fred Lavrenz, Emil J. Frank, Meta Vigdal, L. J; Reed, Henry Meier, Walter J. Lockwood, Mrs Fred Weinberger, Herman Goetz, Sr., George McKinnon, Mrs Simonsmeier, Harry Ealey, Elsie Bank, Edna J. Hamilton. Martha K. Roland, Arthur C. Ferguson, Elma Gray, 0. W. Metsker, Mrs Ralph Long, Georgians Smith, Joseph C. Vasser, Moses bye, Wehty S. o Stella M. Korschgcn, Mrs Elvu Wtifte, Cota P. Glenn Conner, ION Attend < Graduation At Ledyard-High .>.-, Ledyard — Tuesday May 19, graduatibn were attended by about 100(f jile. Awards w^re presented follows: Valedictory aW£rH- to Grotchen Looft; Salufatelatl Award to Arno Troff; The"Arlan award in Milsic was preseiitfed to Sylvia Wilhclmi, The Citizenship award presented each yeaf by the Iowa State Bar Assoeiation'.>Vas presented to-Arno Troff. Many Parties were held at tHe »hGn1es of all the graduates follbWing' th* exercises. •* „ ^> Plan Memorial Program '; The Memorial Day program will be held May 30 at 9:30 a,hl, ih the Ledyard Community School auditorium. Invocation will -be by .Chaplain Howard Klinksiek; vocal solo by Tom Buschj poem, "Itt Flanders Field", by Janice EdWards! musid by Junior Legion Chorus; Memorial Day address by Rev. Mon- . IKfrf IOW, , - At On P|Wa ladies ^«l to Stet they wefe gUelt* fit att officer* iea 1 at tfte hofne oljRe* aft Samek: ; M^E.'A, dfirp^HM Hazel parigftiiter-, Mrs Qteft fow, MiPs Gfeoffe Thdfflj&otji Ray WeAtweHh, Mrs N> A, Pingel, Mrs Cecil Pltigel find.<MrH Marie Halvor^dh. A delicious lunch was served at beautifully ' decorated tables. tea reports were made 6ut, th«n enjoyed a 'hat making fl test. The ladfes ivere" put'tnts, groups of two and each made 'ft hat from 'material provided* HeV. Sawfc faagea tfte fate Mtf. Ua«eli affitM WMtolV day lot the .^ase at Tren qr; lie wm complete 'sewee In lh§ flavy on Aug* 8. . TlttirMa'y evening the Choif 6f the •Betftahy lEvangeiteal aftd M^ fotrnfed Church had a' surprise following thoi* rehearsal Mf and Mr§ Wflladsgft Wfj<> will be leaving in Jfurte for thfeif ^ttew Konie an Des Mdinei. Mrs willsdsen has directed the choir tfie t>ast year of two and Mr Willadsen has been in the ' " . - , "Tfb^ left early Wedftes- fof Siou* he be|ift * W_ Batf, piut ROBr/TAYLdiL^£i«YrRi$ng Wi LITTLE SHAVERS Grown Up Model C-519 tht NOCTURNE—with n«w Snoei-Alorm* Tlmtr. Wokei you to music—allows 'you lo dot*—r*m«mben lo coll you.5 more tlmei. > Cholc* of 4 attractlvt color combinaHons. AC *Kta t TX of deck iuppll»r. «50—AII-TraniUtof TabU/ portable Qock Radla. A perfect travel conx ponton. Outstanding AM reception. Operates en low-coif flashlight batterlei, Cholf* of 4 btavrlfvl color cembtnotionjk «NITH ROYAt 200 —AII..Tran»tttor Pocket Radio. 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