The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 7
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SECTION 4-H Club Is Family Party Lone . NO HEALTHY GROUP OF YOUNGSTERS can go long without some hearty and.Satisfying food,-and that is where the ladies enter f ho rM/tl I 1 t'JM TM 4't-* » rt l-\r\trf* rtrtrtt t** ««rfti ,-r, ,.,.4 ,-Cit «--t- ... ._. . 1 . •» TIME T6>KEL~AX! And that's what the club tour erouo and their narents-and leaders arc doin* on the Lone Rock schoo I lawn ? " , e e aes ener er n- e oe oc scoo awn the Picture In th . above group art most of those who prepared and the above picture. The club tou rs?bens held bv all 4-H clubs in the 'f.Tl^ f °° d at noon ' durmg >«}««™ission of the Lone Rock 4-H county arc for the purpose of looking at and judging individual pro° jects of each mcmbt-i-on their own farms. (Algona Newspapers Fotos). t is a real event for any 4iH cluto, and one held a week ago Saturday .-by the Lbne Rock-4-H club drew the club members Pictured above. This picture was taken during the'rioon hour, at the Lone Rock school grounds, where club members and 'their parents enjoyed a picnic lunch. The boys and girls shown are, front row: Mary Ann Meyer, Lola Meyer, Patsy Marlowe, Rita Hurlbdrt, Verdabell Behrends, Barbara Ouinn, Carol Thompson, Madonna Doocy, JoElla Culbertson, and Florence Meyer. • ' ** u Se< 5SP d /2, w: Pal Lynch, Rfchai'd Meyer, M.chad 1 MeGoyern, JDonald HUtchinion Dean Gulbertson, -fcobdrt Hutchinson, Gordon Hutchmsbn and Clifford Behrends. _i : tour. . „ _ They, are Mrs. Henry Schrocdjcr. Mrs. Andrew Thomnson, Mrs. Ralph Ihomnsori, Mrs. Jack Quinn. Mrs. Lawrence Ncwbrbugh, Mrs. Joe'CUlbertsori, Mrs. Ornie Behrends and Genevievc Thomoson. West Bend Prepares For 3 Day Harvest Festival _., —Vv~ .1"**"***' >••">-***- j-'*«in^tmiti, DoHfllcl Meyer, pclber^Blanchard, 'Dale Sehrpedcr, Kenneth A. Thomson-, Sam Mitchbll, Junior Hurjburt, Fritz .Newbrpugh, Cletus> Quinn and Joo W. Lynch.' Jack Quinn, cluti leader, is at the right. ' \ West Bend is again plan ning its annual Harvest Festival, this year, to be held July • July 27, 28 and 29. Tuesday, July 27, a baseball game 'between Ottosen and West Bend is slated for 2'p. m. In the evening the Cowrie .Drum 8t Bugle''Corps will be at West 'Bend to give an exhibition, and on the same evening there will be a massed band of' 100 to 150 pieces 'from surrounding ioWns. '' A dance follows, with Frank Jonas and his orchestra playing., Wednesday, July 28, Fen 1 -, ton and West Bend Junior Legion team«vmeei,, in, brfse- ball. That' evening Will be Children's „ Night, and a Mother Goose'.parade and bubble ''qUm<,coiiiedi,4s plan- , ,,n«d. ,.The",«Kior. an'd junior hlsth jschiiol• band*' 'wlll^alsB give a concert. Free balloons will be given to each child, and another' dance follows later in the evening. Whittemore and Rodman will tangle in the baseball game on July 29. That' evening the West Ben*d high school, band will give* a short concert, followed by a'd^pce. An , amateur contest is -also being planned for the' final evening. A flower show will alsp be held, p.nd those sjes^ing information about entries can write Mrs. J. 'A. Olson, chairman. The event is being sponsored by the West Bend Commercial club, pf '.which A. E. Peril is secretary. -'"- , f At Storm Cakerani aerial- fireworks "bornb" miscarried"dunng a July Fourth demonstratiflh^and killed Harriet- Curne, 18, 'of j . '„« r ^ i, Is In Jerusalem /,Sw«ia Cily—^hoif Joe Frctty, Jr., as a small' boy played the 'game called "Oping io . Jerusalem", little did he dream ol doing just that'.some day, But he is now stationed ;iri Jerusalem •with' the civil set-vice, according to latest reports received from'his mother Mrs. Ronald JBivensbn, Elgin, 111, Joe, who is a grandson of former Swea Cityans Mr. and Mrs, W. O, Nelson, was in .South America -with- ,a ' Minneapolis friend until recently, when the two were ordered to Palestine. He talked .to his mother by.: tele- •phone before leaving. Now, judging from international news releases, he is in, the thick'of the JeWish-Arab fighting raging m the Holy City. His mother will be lemember- ed hdre as'plgdys ffejsqn. Joe's •—fk, in Jerusalem, as nea'rly as - , , Schajler. The bomb, which, is de signed to, explode three "tirrtes, had already exploded twice when it dnjpped near Miss Cnj-rie just as it went off for the last time I'd like to demonstrate this tractor, on it - you inform s I'll bring a^ Ford Tractor out to your place, without any , obligation. I'll liring along one or two of those gpodj Dearborn implements, specially made for the Ford' .Tractor, I'll'put this Ford Tractor through it^pjuje^! then let you' take "the wheel. v ' ^ You'll find; out how easily Ford Hydraulic Touch Control lifts and lowers^implements and controls ft&Jr depth, I'll run the plow into an obstruction- and pr6ve there's no damage, You can hoWypur watch while I demonstrate Triplet-Quick Attaching of implements, I'll show yo»j why »ew Ford^ steering and brakes are the best, * Then yoVli fcnow why Ford production is up to IW tr««tors a d«y t; ]UeavQ it to Ford! Whatever tractor you own, you owe yourself this Ford Tractor demonstration, When can I mt&e it ? t v 1 ' V* ' she c«an asoerta,ir», has to do with the mail A:Corre T ctM_^,,, -Through aH»,cV3'or'it was stated last week that Mrs, C. E Butterworth-had made, application for 'a oermit to btijld'^a new home, Mrs. Butterworth imadc applica- Uon lor sidewalk improvements, and the new hon;i'p permit was issued to Lawrence' Miller. Mrs, Buterworth has been besieged •with, persons wishing to rent or buy her piesent 1 --- t - ti - Society Motes Slebrilz-Krauso Wedding— ''' -St./Cecelia's church was the sqene,'Thursday' morning, of the wedding .of Beverly Stebritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stebritz of Algona, and Mr. Donald Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause of Irvington. A double ring service was' used, .the ceremony bein;{ performed by hev.. VV." B. Bauer. Acolytes were Tommy White aad Richard WUhelmi, Miss Josie iic- Evoy played the nuptial music and Mary Stebritz, Arline Spilles and, Leah Kinsey sang. : •' Bouquets of white hydrangeas and yellow and blue garden flowers were used to decorate the front of, the church. . , .' The 'bride's attendants were Betty Wallukait, as 'bridesmaid, and;. Diane Stebritz, flower girl. Chris "'Miller served Mr. Krause as best man. Miss S.tebritz and her attendants all'.wore •'identical'-gowns of blue organdy. The; dresses had tight fitting bodices with an. apron effect 'in the'skirt front; and they were ballerina" length. The girls woie full length blue mitts, and silver ballet shppersi- The bi ide won an open , crown blue picture hat with a band and streamers of silver • ribbon, and the bridebrrtaid had a b,lue tlqwep hair arfangerAent.' Floweis were, ^** °^ 'Mrs - Krause was graduated from St Cecelia's academy in 1945 -and had. 18 months Jtursc training at Mercy .hospital in Fort Dodge 5 T dinner for a Wedding trip to Wisconsin. On return, in one week, they will be at home on a' farm near Irvington: Relatives from a distance attending the wedding were Mrs. Frank Hanson of Fort Worth, and Mrs. Martha Anderson, Ellsworth. Mrs. Buschcr Hostess— Mrs. John Buschcr entertained Wednesday evening in honor of •her husband's birthday. . Guests were Messrs, and Mesdamcs Robert Buscher, Stanley Muckey. Francis Platt, and Mrs. Bernard Bode. The evening was spent at 500. House Party At Lake— Mrs. M. G. Norton, Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. R. H. Miller, and Mrs. Fred Kent Sr. gave a house party Tuesday at Lake Okoboji where the hostesses are vacationing. Guests were Mesdames A. E Kresensky, T. H. Chrischilles, Joel Herbst, Lloyd Robinson, M. G. Bourne, John Kenefick, L. E! Linnan, Theo. Hutchison. J. J. Lynch, E. A. Schemel, Herman Haubcrg, M; M. Mornnv, of Audubon, J5d Mann of Knoxvilld, Richard Halpin of Muscatinc, and Richard G. "Norton. Dinner was served at the Okoboji Club and was followed/by an evening of bingo. . ' . '..' .:• •• Family Dinne?/party-* • i Mr. and Mnf.' Clarence ''Eiscn- barth'gave a family dlnner'Sun'- day in Celebration', of -the birthdays of Jean'Ann,' 3, and Gary, 0 Those attending "were" Mi', 'anil Mrs. William'Pcch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank.* Eisonbai'th, Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Richard Dewey, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome. EiSenbarth, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Neuroth 'and : thu'' respective families, artd Barbara Eiscnbarth of',St, Paul, Minn! ; Were Dinner Gruesh—; , : Mr. and Mrs. iClayton Pcr'ci'val and family .were 5 dinner guests Friday .evening of. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christehsen' at' Royal. Mrs. Hott, Hostess— Mrs. O. E. Hptt ejitertained her Mr Krause is an Algona*hic;h school graduate, has had nulitaiv training since giaduation aiid is now fai ming with his father Following the ccacmsnv <j, ic- reption was held at Mrs Wyi K Ferguson's. The couple left after FARMERS; CENTURY DISTRIBUTING CO. 692 Twelfth St. S.E; Masbri City, lawa,' JULY 20, ock bridge club members Thursdav afternoon. 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