The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 18
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* , Upp«r De* Mdirtti Ledyard Is At Held Sunday Memorial services were held here by the Matzener- Estlcr Legion post and Auxiliary at the town hall Sunday morning, with the following program: Advancement of colors, Wm. Stubbe and Howard Dyer, color- bearers; Pledge of Allegiance; Star Spangled Banner, audience; Moment of Silent Prayer; Invocation, the Rev. E. P. Nuss. God of Our Fathers — uniformed quartet, Jean Gabel, Cleo Stubbe, Leonard Boenken and Howard Klinksiek. Memorial address, the Rev. Mr. Simpson, Guatemala, of the Central American Mission. Lest We Forget, uniformed quartet; benediction, Mr. Nuss; retirement of colors; procession to cemetery: decoration of graves by flower girls, Dorothy and Marion Klinksiek, Maxine Nit/,. Barbara Mayer, Betty Zielske, Loretta and Leonora Smith, Beverly Zielske, Beverly Brashara, Marjorie Countryman. Audrey Laucks, Carolyn Ploeger. Shirley Miller, and Doris Surbcr. Taps was played and three salutes fired by the firing squad, and prayer was offered by Mr. Nuss. Bible School Closed The Bible School of the Evangelical & Reformed church closed Friday, attendance having been 57. A display of the handwork, done by the pupils was shown Sunday at the church, and they will give a program Sunday morning, June G. The children are to rehearse Tuesday and Friday evenings. Called io Sister's Bedside Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and. Art, Fred, and Lawrence Brandt were called to Des Moines Saturday by word of the serious illness of their sister Mrs. Burl Kirkman. They returned Sunday. Two Children Baptized Little Scotty Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blome, and Willie Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lloyd, were baptized last week Tuesday evening at the parsonage of the Ev. & Reformed church. Ex-Kossuth Man Visitor C. R. Mason, Pomona, Calif., Visited his sister and her husband, the George Thompsons, over-the weekend, and all spent Memorial clay at LuVerne. Mr. Mason once lived at Algona. ftoeheslet BoCtot Visitor, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Devine, with her two girls, Rochester, Minn., and Mrs. Lillian Devine* Bancroft, spent, Thursday at Jack McDonald's here. Attend Speed Races Dennis McDonald and Harold Fisher, Burt, drove to Indianapolis to attend speed races over the weekend. Two New Sidewalks New sidewalks are being laid in front of the E. A. Carpenter and R. B. Rogness homes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Madsen, son Michael, Maryvillc, Mo., came Thursday to visit a week between school terms at the George Hagge and Wm. Stubbe homes and with relatives at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Logeman f.nd a daughter, of Story City, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon McCoy, Armstrong, were weekend guests at the parental Ray Estle's. Mr. and Mrs. Tilrner Halvorson and Marvel Halvorson, Minneapolis, wer weekend guests 'at the E. T. Halvorson home. Darlene Haag, St. Paul, Minn., spent the weekend at the parental Cyril Haag home. Darlene Schroeder and Ramona Selberg, Mankatp Conv mercial college students, spent from Thursday to Tuesday /with their parents here. 'i • The Women's Guild, of the Ev. & Ref. church will have a monthly meeting Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mrs. Kenneth Busch, Mrs. Fred Darnell and Mrs. Harold Darnell hostessc. Mrs. August Depping, son .Alvin, and Mrs.. Wintermeier, Baxter, spent the weekend visiting at the Orville Runksmeier 'home, also made calls on.' the Fred Ploegers, the McDonalds',y the Halversons, and the • Rev. • and Mrs. Nuss. Veteran And Family On Irvington Visit By Matgatet. Mulligan, I Irvingl6n*-Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Scheppmah and son. arrived at 'his parental home on Thursday. (They arrived at Des Moines by 'plane from San Francisco, Calif,, having come direct there by plane from Hawaii.'.Leroy, still in the navy, has been stationed at Hawaii for the past. 2 years. He now is assigned as a U. ,S. naval recruiting officer and will be stationed at Des Moines. Their 60 day leave will be. spent visiting here and at Mrs. Scheppman's parental home at Springerton, 111. Shirley and Maxine Capfeslus and Jim McCaffery .of Des Moines spent the weekend at the B. Capesius home. Shirley and Maxine attended the golden wedding anniversary of their grandparents Mr.* and Mrs. W,m. Arndorfer s of St. Benedict. Mrs. Mary Dale is at the Chet Harmon home this week assisting: in carte of Mrs. Harmon, her daughter, who has pneumonia. Guy, Giddings, local rural mail carrier, has just returned from a fishing trip in Canada. During his absence his substitute, Mrs. Gil- dings, serviced the ro.ute. Elmer Dole Construction Co. has been resurfacing some.streets at Bancroft the past week. Gravel is being taken from pit on the Albert Butterfield farm. Mrt and Mrs. Robert Shilling and son Dewey attended a family . reunion.at home of Mr. and Mrs. . Roy Fitch at Burt on Sunday, John. Norris and Mrs. R. Hansen and Dianne Altman all had tonsillectomies during the past week. Linda Green and Judy Mcscher of Bancroft spent several days last week at home of their grandmother Mrs. M. Dole. i f townshte 4.tt'Bay« af$' tajCtaj boys P %ed base- Mt'-M Grant being defeated 1 1d-e.Tf Eagle,, boys, werfr. g ' " with' tKe Grant b«ys rents at picnic supper. will meet June 24 at the,"K6n\fe~"6f Donald Mino. Home Foe Vacation College students home for-8U«u mer vacation, at parental * hftffi&i are Esther Qeririch and -Arl&ftg Griffith of Iowa State tWcherS college, Cedar Falls; Marian Borger and Dale Andfirs'oft of Iowa State college? Ames, ^ Rev. and Mrs. C, O. Artd,e£Son and their children tff Pells' stbtfj ped at the Walter C. Pe'tergbh port is ft catch tjf a' eye in tha.ftVef, h&re. &fitJi>Wlih night-crawler j-bait,- WS^'HsWW Beaker caughtMha/fight and thfe writer saW'her^pTilliit out,, ?each week* Attend Niece's Graduation Mr. anfi Mrs. Harry Schroe'der, daughter Karen, Mrs. H. Hardt, daughter Natalie, attended grad- Jation of a niece, Phyllis Hardt it East Chain, Minn., last Thiirs- 3a yevening. Ruby Berg Weds At Storm Lake Swea & Eagle—Ruby, Berg a,nd John O'Connor of Lake City were married Tuesday, June 1 at Storm Lake. t Ruby is a daughter'of ,Mr. and. Mrs. Andrew Berg. She. is a graduate of Swea City high school. She enlisted as a Wave during the war. After her discharge she attended college at Kansas City, Mo., and^Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. .'. Mr. O'Conner is a graduate :0f Buena Vista college, and .taught the past year at Fonda. The couple will' live at Storm Lake this summer. . Grant 4-H Has Annual Club Tour Swea & Eagle—The Grant 4-H club boys held its annual tour Thursday afternoon, May 27. They visited each club member's home and judged beef calves and market hogs. In early evening the Eagle . 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