I §-AI§<ma (to.) Uppar Oat MarfiH Thursday, February 14, 1957 Wesleyan To Wed Feb. I] At Humboldf Wesley — Kenneth Hildman. Second son of Mr and Mrs Tony Hildman of Bradpate. is to be married on Saturday, Feb. 23 in the Catholic church in Humboldt. His sister, Mrs T.nis Trumble of Clear Lake, and his brother Den- tiis of Mason City, will be the young couple's attendants. Kenneth is employed by the Telephone Company in Algona where the young couple will live. visit of several weeks with her ri.'ler. Mrs Percy Carlsson and husband. Mr and Mrs Bill Laubenthal and daimhters, Cynthia and Crulo Jo of Aleona were Sunday suc«is at the parental Carl Johnson homo. Mr and Mrs Orville Smith arrived home Saturday from A vacation, spent in Tucson, Ariz.. where they visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Render. En- route home they visited their daughter, Mrs Jim Kuckenreu- ther and family in Marshalltown. and in Des Moines they visited another daughter, Joyce who came home with them for the weekend. Vitiis Prom Chicago Betty Ricke who is employed In Chicago. 111., spent Saturday tintil Wednesday in her parental LeRoy Ricke home. Birthday Honors Mrs Eunice Nelson observed n birthday Saturday, Feb. 9. Her daughter Mrs Robert Munson and children of Bradgate spent the afternoon with her and brought a decorated cake. A group of neighbor women came in lor a social afternoon. Mr and Mrs Tom Nelson and family of Clear Lake were Sunday guests of Mrs Nelson. 85th Birthday John O'Niell observed his 85th birthday Saturday, Feb. 9th. He lives with a daughter, Mrs Joe Weig and family and has not been well the past year. He has another daughter, Mrs Maurice Roach of Mason City. Mrs O'Neill, came here from Illinois in 1917. His wife ,the former Mary Ann Flaherty, died in 1944. The Sutz Us 500 Club met at the Wm. Hrubes home Tuesday evening, Feb. 5. Mr and Mrs Harold Weber won the high score prize and Mr and Mrs Ed Hymes, won low score prize. Mr and Mrs Al Lickteig will entertain the club members on .Thursday evening, Feb. 21. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family were Sunday guests of Mrs Studer's sister, Mrs Edwin Gade and family at Whittemore, in honor of Mrs Gade's birthday. Mrs Bud Hauptman, Judy Kay and Steven of Bancroft were guests in the Gayle Studer home Thursday of last week. The women are Haverly sisters. Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Martin Hamilton was a guest. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer report the birth of their first grandchild, a daughter born to Mr and Mrs Don Vogel of Lohrville. The little Miss was born Thursday Feb. 7 in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, weighing in at Tpounds 1% ounces. She has been named Janelle Rose and her mother is the former Cheryll Meurer. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy spent the weekend at the home of Mrs Hamilton's sister, Mrs Ed Thissen and family. Mrs Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota, Minn., formerly of Wesley, came Thursday evening by bus to spend 10 days with her son Lester Blain and family and with friends, Mr and Mrs L. T. Root spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines attending a Hardware convention. Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman spent Tnursday evening of last week at the home of their daughter, Mrs Virgil Kunkle and family near Bancroft. Mrs Jens Anderson left last week for St. Joseph, Mo. to visit a sister, who is seriously ill. Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz and daughters spent the weekend in Sheldon with their daughter and sister, Mrs Dennis Vitzthum and family. They also visited another daughter, Mrs Thomas Me- Greevey and family at Spencer. Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps attended a double golden wedding anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 5, for Mr and Mrs Lou Sitzman and Mr and Mrs John Richland at Neptune Catholic church. Rev. QeraJd Wingert, son vof Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert, officiated at the Mass for the honored couples. Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Fran Teeter home at Burt. On Monday the Gardner's son Richard broke out with measles. Mrs Oscar Anderson left Wednesday of last week for her home in California following a Around Algona Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and son, Bill spent the weekend in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher and three children of Fairmont spent the weekend here at the parental Ted Fishers. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobsoti wore dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr Hobson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Orrie Hohson a! Fort Dodge. Mrs W. J. Sigsbce was hosf- ess to the Eight Specs Card Club on Wednesday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs Harold Hobson, Mrs Mabel Lee and Mrs Milton Dahl. Soroptomisis enjoyed a dinner party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Duane Lighter. Mrs D. G. Clopton was co-hostess Games furnished the evening's entertainment. Dean Buscher. son of Mr and Mrs John Buscher, underwent an emergency appendec tomy Monday evening at St. Ann hospital. The boy is in the third grade at school. He is coming along nicely. Members o! the seventh and eighth grade classes at the high school are having a party Friday evening at the Annex. An old- fashioned box social will furnish the refreshments and some of the entertainment. Mrs Tom Vipond entertained eleven little girls on Tuesday afternoon in honor of the eighth birthday of her daughter, Su.san. Mr and Mrs John Dreesman and son, Robert spent. Saturday in Des Moines where Mr Drees-* man conducted business. —o—• Bel Canio music club met for a dessert-luncheon on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs John Hayes. The program, a clever take-off on the "$64,000 Question" TV sriow, was in charge of Mrs M. H. Brower and Mrs Robert McCullough. Mr and Mrs L. W. Gillespie have as their guests this week, Mr and Mrs Ralph Raney of Chicago. The visitors arrived Saturday. On Tuesday both couples went to Burt to spend the) day with Mr Raney's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Robert Moore. and Mrs TVr-r, The np\t meeting wil be held Tuesday. Feb. 26, at the home of Mr- Phil Diamond. —o— Girl Seoul Troop S. led by Mrs Stanley Mtickey and Mrs Maynard Miller ente-rtfiined at a party Monday iifternoon at the Legion Hall. Gin^ts were members of the troop Ifd by Mrs Dick Post and Mrs Fred I.upkc. Mrs Jim Gcchin spoke. Committees were as follows: Invitation. Mary Ann Sig<bc<>. Patty Scliub; Hostess. Judy Munerr, Krndia Seeley: Lunch, Barbara Kuchcn- Tputhcr. Hftsy \\Vbor. Judy Chally. Patty Hi lev. Colleen Lawson: Entertainment. Patty Price, Ann Scgar and Clean-Up, Nancy Muckey, Gretchcn Dcim, Dianna Rcntx and Eilleon Lawson. —o— The Men's Club of the Presbyterian Church is having Ladies Night, Tuesday. Feb. 1!). A 6:30 dinner will be served. Mrs I. Wortman, Lakota will speak on her European travels. Reservations are to be marie with the club president, Al Agena. Mr and Mrs Charles McVay had ns their weekend guests. Mr ;md Mrs Wayne Christian and lit'le daughter of DCS Moines. —o— Mr and Mrs Merle f*ralt and 1hrfi> .'.inis of Clenr Lake spent tlv weekend here with Mrs P. att's mother and husband, Mr arid Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Kendra, daughter of Mr and MI> Kenneth Soeley, was eleven years old on Wednesday. Her mother uave a birthday party for hei a! the Seclpy home. —o— Kenneth Hafgreaves of Omaha spent from Friday until Monday her,- visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs Harry Hargrraves and his sister and family, the Richard Cooks. Mrs Earl Sprague's 8ih grade home room pupils are planning a party for Saturday evening at the Moose Lodge hall. Chaper- oru's will include Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerbc-r. Mr and Mrs Harlan Siusbeo. and Mr and Mrs Oliver Johnson. The youngsters in Mrs Goldie Erickson's fifth grade class at Bryant are entertaining their parents this evening, (Thursday) at a pot-luck supper. A top- secret program of entertainment is 'being planned by the" pupils. Mrs Robert Riley and Mrs John Schulz, room mothers, assisted in the arrangements. Will Shackelford Rites Saturday Last rites for Wilnie S. Shackelford, were held here last Saturday at McCullough's Funera\ Chapel, with Rev. Kenneth Fogelman of the New Testament church of Fort Dodge officiating. Burial was in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Abel Behrends, Tony Didriksen, Dave Leffert, Hugh Raney, Charles Lawson and Charles Paxson. For the past 50 years Mr Shackelford had worked in and around Algona as a harness maker and carpenter. HP was bnrn Sept. 19, 1881, at Roscoe, Mo., a son of Rev. and Mrs Frank Shackelford. In 1306 he came to Kossuth county. Oct. 15, 1913, he was united in marriage to Anna Kollasch at Milan, Mo. and they moved to Algona in 1914. To this union were born three children. Gayle, Mrs A*. E. Browning of Sherman Oaks, Cal., Floyd W. of Davenport, and Richard W. of California, Pa. Mr Shackelford was a member of the Masonic Lodge. In the early years he attended the Baptist church and in later years the Pentecostal church. Surviving are his wife, Anna, two sons, and three daughters (Mrs Jensen and Mrs Peterson, daughters of a previous m\v riage), and one sister, Mrs Bertie Copenhaver, Osceola, Mo. The children, Gayle and Richard, were unable to attend the services because of distance, but visited their father last December. , To Show Safety Film, Titonka PTA Tilonka — The P.T.A. will hold its monthly meeting at the Titonka high school gym Monday. Feb. 18, at 8 o'clock. Special music will he presented by the 4th and 5th grades under the direction of Mrs Govern. A half hour film on Safety will be presented, with discussion ol the film afterwards. Dr. John Lesiak will also speak in behalf of the Heart Fund. Lunch committee will be Mr and Mrs George Alke and Mr and Mrs Herbert Rakow as chairmen with Mr and Mrs Har» ley Brandt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern, Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond, Mr and Mrs Sylvan Hanna, Mr and Mrs Burton Hanson, Mr and Mrs Albert Loeschen, Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Miss Betty Taylor, assisting. Mammoth Cave in Kentucky has a uniform temperature of about 55 degrees. Lexington, Mass., scene of the first battle of the Revolution, was originally known as Cambridge Farms. Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee have made several trips to Fort Dodge this week to be with Mrs Sigsbee's mother, Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend, a patient at Mercy Hospital. Mrs Bruellman was seriously ill when she entered the hospital last Friday but is now much improved. —o—> Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Corwin Peer. Programs were presented by Mrs J. F. Milder, Mrs Pat Bradley **STAR** Roller Rink FOR BUSINESS will be OPEN SATURDAY Feb. 16th We want to thank the Algona Fire Department, Algona Police Department, Doctors and Ambulance Service and the businessmen for their splendid cooperation in helping us during our recent disaster at the Star Roller Rink. ,We also wish to thank Wegner Construction Co. for doing such a fine job in repairing the rink to its former fine condition. Materials and services furnished by the following Algona firms: Kelley Lumber Co., Miller Lumber Co., Botsford Lumber Co., Ready-Mix Concrete and Lumber Co., Pratt Electric Construction Co., Beecher Lane Appliances, Algona Block and Tile Co., Algona Floor Service, the Cowan Building Supply Co. and Bell Telephone Co. Come Out and Take a Look for Yourself PUBLIC SKATING SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS —7:30 to 10:30. ADMISSION 50c * SUNDAY MATINEE 2:00 to 4:30. Children, 12 and under, 25c. PHONE 824J FOR PARTIES. WE ARE " NOW TAKING DATES! 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