The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1948 · Page 15
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Poppy And Bake iale Planned In [one Rock, 29f h •Lone Rock—The American Le- Tm Auxiliary met ' Wednesday lernoon at,the home of Mrs. Tiil Kraft with Mrs. Glenn Burt. listing hostess. Poppies are to Isold Saturday, May 20 and H fe decided to hold a bake sale ILone R6ck that same night |. Calvin Householder read a |er on Poppies, how they art Tie and the purpose of them, fich was served to .the 10 rheffi- is and one visitor, present., 'f he xt meeting will be held June" 2 Hui Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. BjM. Jerisen as hostesses. Society Meeting e Ladies Mite Society met •sday afternoon at the home rs, E, A. Lee with Mrs. Ron- Christenson assisting hostess; new president, Mrs. Roy teen took over the meeting, in 'e of Mrs. Art Priebe, the pre- ing president. The 'song, lOmconc" was sung, followed by 16 srtiptUrc reading by Mrs. onald Christenson, and prayer "* Mrs. E. A^ Lee. Roll call was wered by the 21 members sent.. Mrs. Roy Jensen an- 'Unged the bandages had been ade and the boxes were ready fr the White Cross. A. motion |s made and' seconded to buy "teiial for more pads for the ute Cioss. Anyone having old .Uons is supposed to bring them "the next meeting. The grease is at the home of Mrs. H. A. 'nchard and anyone having „ old grease is asked to bring inhere. Mrs. Art Priebe read a k you note which was reed from Mrs. Chas. Morris "the flowers that were sent I Tttc next meeting will be 'at the home of Mrs. Will 'istenson' with Mrs. Roy Jen- assisting Jiostess, Thursday tnoon, May 20. Lunch was ;ed by the hostesses to the 21 bers and 19 guests presents. SiShcol Beginners' Day ' Wednesday, May 5, ihere as a Beginners' Day held at |th9 Lone Rock school,for all 'children who will be in me [ first grade this fall. The pur- of this day was to ac- [custcm or acquaint 4he child ' with the school, thereby making it easier when he or • she enters school in September. The Lone Rock board ; of education has ruled that Jthe child must be six years of age on or before January 1, 1949 to euier school at Lone Rock in September., Miss Harmon, ths first and second grade teacher this year, helped the 18 youngsters present to become acquainted with the schcol. . ' Are New Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder became the great grandparents of a fine'baby great granddaughter Janet Cecile, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Undenvbo'd .of 1 Ringsted, Tuesday, -May .4 at the ';II61y Family hospital in 'Esther- .Ville. Mrs. Underwood was the former.-Charlotte Kiedel, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Householder. The little miss weighed 6 pounds. Appendix Removed ; Harley, k Hutchinson, underwent an operation * for appendicitis at , -t ;'•>. -* t - • p"**> DANCE LEGION BALI.FtOOM BANCROFT Friday, May 14 LEE WILIAMS t and His Stepping Tone Music Adm. $1 per person tax inc. Tuesday, May' 18 "SPIKE" HASKELL thf Kossuth lirwpi'tal 'nt Wednesday, May 5. Sfchreeder Mrs. Henry Schroeder enter . aihed the following Tuesday ev- anihg in honor of her husband'.' birthday: Mr. and Mrs. F. F. 3chroeder, Edith and Art, 'Mr', and Mrs. Ray Chrischilles and( Donald,, and Mrs. Martha Chris- ihilles, all of Fentott, Mrs/Harry Ichmelling. Eilfred, Carrol and Alvin of Whltterfiore, Mr. ,anct Mrs, Mertry Wiener of Hurt, Mr. ind Mrs. Jerald Wiener, Carole ?ue, Barbara and Rosanne of Algona. .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schro- »der were Sunday dinner guests at the Orville Wiener home at tci S'feafe A£ T!f6hka . -,The Youth Fellowship young people were invited to attend a .skating party at Titonka Friday. February 14. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and Tommy spent Sunday afternoon at the Harold , Bates home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Woods spent Thursday evening at the Robert Burt home near Seneca. Mrs. Will Gifford received word that her aunt Mrs. Will Harvey of Walnut Grove, Minn., passed away Sunday and she was brought back and buried in the Irvington cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Mrs, Gifford attended the services, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and daughter and Mrs. Dutton ol Burt spent Wednesday afternoon at the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nelson celebrated, his birthday, which was' Tuesday.,Mr. and-.Mrs,', Wm. Nelson were called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Nelson, a brother of Mr. Nelson's, due to illness of his wife, at their home at Britt. Mrs. Kenneth Bates and -Peggy of Algona spent Thursday afternoon «at. "the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines on business. They also visited .the A. A. Stoll and the Vic Rodgers homes .in Ames. " Mr., and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson and Eugene attended .the reception in honor of the w.edding of her nephew Melvin Voigt to •Margaret Schiltz at her home at Wells, Minn., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer .and .Grace attended the wedding and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer and Lizzie and Fred attended the, dance that evening. IVhv and! Mrs. Clinton 'Decker spent Wednesday evening visiting her mother Mrs. Nora Gordon at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne^ Hammerstrom and 'Eileen were Wednesday ,e~vening supper guests at the Ray Zwiefel home near Fenton in honor of Mrs. Hammerstrom's birthday. They and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends and Ronnie also spent Thursday visiting Mrs. Behrend's parents Mr. andfMrs. John, Hatteburg. at Havelock and Mrs. Hamin-;r- strom's mother Mrs. Martha Frye at Ware. Mr. and : Mrs; "Ralph-Bierstedt and family spent Wednesday evening Vat the .Gerald Hutchinspn home near Bancroft helping him celebrate his birthday.; . . . , •" Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hanson of Algona were * Thursday supper ; and evening visitors at the Wm., Rath home. "Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and children of Lakota spent, Tuesday evening at the home of her sister and husband Mr. and ]VIrs. Erich Seegebarth. •'?,,.:"Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Acker-, son of Wesley spent Thursday evening at the home . of their daughter . and-' family Mr. - and' Mrs. Geo. Ackerson. Mr. .and Mrs. Hiram Ackerrhan and "farnily of Burt were Sunday "dinner' guests there. .,..-.... Banquet, Wesley, Wesley — An .Old Fashioned Garden was the, theme carried out in the decorations aird menu of the junior-senior banquet hele last Tuesday evening in St. Joseph's parish hall. Shirley Lickteig gave the Open the Garden Gate^.Close the Garden Gate,;, given by John, jCfaf- man; a vocal duet:-was by.Kos- alyn Arndorfer and'Robert Lick^ teig. Gary Marco, gave Rocks We Have Moved, or the class history. Carrell Erdman gave the class will, JDirt .in Our,Garden, The prophesy,. Seeds -We Have Planted, was presented by Nancy paughn and.Lyle Huff." The, jun r ior girls' sextette^presented a musical .number. Supt. Chas. Mullin closed the program with Leaves. We Have Raked, The menu consisted of moonlight and roses, humming birds green .berries, snowball blossoms, sun dial salad, buttercup petals, flower ; . nectar, lover's delight murky pool and garden pebbles. ; Table- waitresses were sophomore girls: Jane Studer, Marjorie Bleich, Joan GToetz ahd Rose'- Ann Kolla'sch. ;I Auxiliary Gives Playlet There was a very good attendance at the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary' Thursday evening, t Mi's. L'uke Youngwirth and Mrs. John Youngwirth -were; hostesses. Mary Ann Kleinpeter' was chosen to attend Girls State; at Grjnnell for a week starting June 15. Mary Youngwirth was chosen as alternate. , A number of members planned to attend a county Auxiliary meeting at Lakota, Tuesday af- Daughter Mrs. Matilda Johnson is now at the home/of her daughter Mr*,, f. L."Haverly. She had been fit ,he home of another daughter Mrs, Will" Becker at Algona till Tuesday of IjSt week. to Wed May"i8 . Banns of marriage we're jjriib'- lished for' the second time Sun- iay in St.' Joseph's CatHolit church for Lucille Koppen; oldest daughter of Mr. and MrS. Lawrence Koppen, and Roland Schmidt of Garner, They will be married here .oh Tuesday, May 18 and they will live at Garner. Mrs. Chas. Mullin was ill se.v- eral daysjas.t week and Mrs. D6U Krati« substituted as teacher in the high school. The (J. E. Marcos moved Tuesday into the house vacated by Mr, and Mrs. Eli Goodnow, just north of the Curtis Benskins. Goodnows moved to Mason City 4 y WE WANT If I A-Stresf I A street'brawl vvhich Started in ft Draettinger hotel ahd ended up on the main street there last Friday night resulted in the arrest Of 12 men, four of them Emmetsburg youths, Sheriff Dick Miller Of Palo Alto county reported Monday. ^ One man, Ben Boecker pf Graettinger, allegedly suffered'a broken jaw in the fracas and was taken to Holy Family hospital at Estherviile. He was released Sunday. Officers said Boecker blamed one of the Emmetsburg men for his injuries. Because the Graettjnger jail accommodations were not sufficient to house all those arrested, the men, charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, resisting an officer and other kindred offenses, were released but are to appear for their hearing at Graettinger today, Sheriff Miller said. It is not known what started the free-for-all. W*ANT ADS BRlNGfl RESULTS ternoon. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer .appointed Minnie Studer, Clara Erdrrtan, and Elizabeth Hildman as a nominating committee. Mrs. Helen' Johnson ah'nbunced 'the plans' for the poppy sale to be held on Friday morning, May 28 and on: Saturday, May 29. Wreaths fori the cemeteries are to be made at the Joe Meurer nome Saturday' evening. ,Members..are asked .tvw bring flowers there" early that; evening. ..,..•:,.. • \\ Mrs. Pauline Pfetier, 'Mrs.'.Belle; Studer and Lorraine' Bleieh^pre-f sented a playlet. .on'. TheYAtoipici Bomb. The next meeting.' will" .be! Thursday evening, June ,3.''Mrs.* Ruth Youngwirth and Mrs! Clara' •Aldrich will be servers. , .Cbl'Muhe Very 111 J. 5- Muhe was taken to the, General hospital at Algona Tues- • Bigger tires with more tread rubber, and more cords, in a new type of body construction, make these new tires the safest, longest wearing in Hood's history. 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