The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 14, 1957
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4-A!0ono (la.) Upp»r Dti Melnes Thursday, February U, Farewell Held For Grant Twp, Farmer, Feb. 8 Swea Ciry — T \volve f,-nnilie«) rlonjj Rn-.uJ K north of Svvc.i ' City surprised Wm. Barger Friday night with a farrival party in his honor. The group brought refreshments and presented Mr Barger with a rug and a bedspread. After 35 years on the snm.p fnrm. Mr Rargor will hole? ft closing out ,«a1e Feb. 20 and will move to the Swea City acreage he has purchased from Charles Blair. Mrs Barger died 3 years ago. Mr Barger has been active in Grant township affairs, having been president of thr ALGQNA© Friday, February 15 Midnight Show-11:30 p.m. (ADMISSION 60c) Look At These Free Dividends! • FREE TO ALL, A BONUS 2-for-l TICKET TO A COMING ATTRACTION * Plus A FREE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE ON RECORD ^PURCHASES, Good at-Kossuth Radio & TV (Next to Theatre) — And On The Screen — THE STORY OF A LOVE THAT MADE WONDERFUL MUSIC 1 JRME5 STEWART JUNE ALLYSON GLENN MILLER STORY" CHARLES DRAKE • GEORGE TOBIAS • HENRY MORGAN and fhtit Mutlcal "Gr*ofi"o< Gwtil J(onf n«MC UNEFCRD-LOl'IS MHSTHONG-GLHE KRUPA-BEN PQuACK-THE HODE8MIRES | YES, IT'S ALL MUSIC! Even the shorts: * LOUIS PRIMA AND HIS ORCHESTRA * BORAH MINNEVITCH AND ORCHESTRA Ends Thursday: "Everything" But The" Truth"' ALGDNA© FRIDAY & SAT. - 2 Ddys Only - A MILLION DOLLAR DOUBLE-CROSS EXPLODES ...IN LISBON! V/here Ille Is quick and lov* !• BMddenl HERBERT J. YATfS poi.rti RAY MIUAND-MAUREEN O'HARA CLAUDE RAINS • YVONNE FlIRNEAUX .NATURAMA ^TRUCOLQR m •» FRAflCIS lS tmdiii rn*mi |. n vuMt i »iKii««) r WI.UOT ; , jnu ivaa umi MWm,IWIH PIUS THIS CO-HIT - /our IQc Coupon From Page 1 if This Paper Redeemable For Am». at Theatre Fri. or Sat, 5«e A Movie! school board of thr Grant consolidated district for a tune. School of instruction for Ordt-i of Eastern Star. Swea City.chap- ter, will be held Saturday, Feb. 16. at the Masonic Temple, at 9 a.m. Members of Past Matrons club will serve a 1 o'clock luncheon for officers and distinguished guests Saturday afternoon and inspection ceremonies will begin at 8 p.m. Mr and Mrs Martin Tokheim of Grant township are on a visit to Arizona, where they are visiting his sister, Mrs James Stillman at Mesa, and will also visit former Grant neighbors, tht Chester Farringtotis, at Tempe. Janet Thoreson was hostess to the Swea-Kagle 4-H club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Augusta Pehrson, longtime resident of this community who now makes her home with a daughter, Mrs E. J. O'Dell, in Bancroft, was taken to Holy family hospital, Esthefville, Wednesday suffering from gallstones Mrs Pehrson's advanced age, 91, prevents the possibility of surgery for the ailment. As ol Saturday noon, she was in fair condition. A daughter, Mrs Edwin Hovey of Kenosha, Wis., and a son .Bernard Pehrson and his wife of Sioux Falls, S. D. had come to be with their mother. Mr and Mrs O. D. Baker, who have "spent the past month in the West, have returned home. They visited former Swea City- ans the Allen Bells, at Kingman, Ariz., as well as making stops at Lancaster, Oakland, Los Angeles, and San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; and Yakima, Longview and Seattle, Wash. Woman's Club Of Doan Hosts To Husbands Doan — The Doan Woman's Club members and their husbands had a banquet at the VFW Hall in Algona on Wednesday evening of last week. The evening's entertainment was 500 played by all. Mrs Dorothy Martinek won high for ladies ana Ross Struthers high for men. Mrs Jean Boleneus won low for ladies and Harold Martinek low for men. Tom Young won traveler's prize. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson, Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family and Mr and Mrs Fre,d Asa and family were supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa in Algona on Saturday evening. T'he occasion was in honor of Elsa Cunningham and Bryan Asa's birthdays. Received a card from Mr and Mrs John Miller saying they sure are enjoying the sunshine down in McAllen, Texas. Grace said it was hard to believe it was January because it was warm enough down there to have the fan on. Mr and Mrs Tom Ellefson spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of Tom's brother, Mr and M r s Eddie Ellefson at Thompson. The Doan Methodist Youth Fellowship .members met at the Doan Church on Wednesday evening. They are still planning on a sleding party but no definite date is set yet, not enough snow. There were eleven members present. Lunch was served by Mrs Ilo Buffington and Judy. Mr and Mrs R. L. Boleneus and Bobby were in Mason City Sunday, They helped her mother, Mrs Maude Ericson get started by train for Hermosa Beach, Calif,, where she is going to spend the rest of the winter. Mrs Elbert (Mildred) Dunn, Mrs Cliff Hoover's sister went back home to DeWitt, Nebraska last Saturday morning with her husband and youngest son. Mr and Mrs Fred Asa, Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson and Mr and Mrs Bryan ?Vsa were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham on Wednesday. The occasion was in honor of the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Cunningham . Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Sr. and family, Mr and Mrs Roger Hoover, Mr and Mrs Dick Young and Mr and Mrs Stanley'Harris had afternoon birthday lunch at the home of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Jr. in honor of Ted Hoover Jr's birthday. The Doan WSCS met at the home of Mrs Ted Hoover Sr. on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 7. The lesson was given by Mrs Dale Struthers. Mrs Elsa Cunningham assisted. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson and Mr and Mrs Fred Asa and family were dinner guests at tht Ralph Davidson home near Lu- Verne Sunday. It was a birthday dinner in honor of Ralph Davidson. Mrs L.eota Hanselman and daughter LaVonne of Algona visited with Mrs Tom Ellefson on Monday afternoon. A party was held at the Ray Cunningham home on Friday evening in honor of the newly weds, Mr and Mrs George Draper of Waterloo who wore married on February 7. Mrs Draper is a sister of Mrs Ray Cunningham. LEG BROKE A Storm Lake man, Norman Percy! drove 30 miles with a broken leg recently to reach a hospital.- He way alone on u farm near Sat- City when he slipped on the ice, breaking his right leg. lie- crawled (o his automobile and drove to the Bueua VisU hospital. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arftddftet Circles No. 1 and 2 of the Catholic Ladies' Guild of St. Benedict are sponsoring' card party at the St. Benedict School Hsll tht evening of Sunday, Feb. 17. Mrs Hen Dorr won high pfiste and Regina Froehlich low at the card party at the home of Louise Preu.,chl, Feb. 7. Regina Froehlich will have the next party Feb. 14. The Town & Country Club met at the home of Martha Grandgenett Feb. 6 and Martha and Mrs Don McCarthy gave the lesson. \ > The Philip Arndorfer family and Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe enjoyed Sunday dinner, Feb. 10 at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Siemer. Mrs Joe Harig was there, too, also her son and daughter-in-law of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Duahe Hanig brought her here the day before. She will also visit at another sister's home, that of Mr and Mrs Ben Capesius and at her brother's, Philip Arndorfer. Her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harvie Kampman of Dumont will come for her Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius and daughter, Jeanne arrived home Tuesday ,Feb. 12 from a 12 day's trip which took them to Texas where they visited Mr and Mrs Jim McCaffrey, the latter a Capesius daughter. 60th Wedding Ann'sory Today Swea Cily — Mr and Mrs Herman Kluger, residents of this community for nearly 50 years, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14. No special observance of the day is planned. Mr Kluger, who is in his 80s, has had shingles for the past two years, and his wife has suffered from the same ailment in recent months, but both are able to care for their home and to be about each day. Mr Kluger is one of the last oi the old-time herdsmen who i-ode the open range in north Iowa, having tended large herds ol cattle on the prairjes of this area in the 1880's. His wife was rear- ALGDNA© Special Matinee - SATURDAY - "ENCHANTED FOREST" - Plus - C COLOR CARTOONS ed in the Searsboro community in Foweshiek county, and it wa? at her parents' home near Searsboro that the Klugers were married in a Valentine's Day wedding 60 yoars ago. The Kluger children are Curtis, Swea City. Mrs Walter Miehe. California; Roy, Swea City: Mrs Milto f n Peterson (Lillie), Swea City; Mrs Willard Harrison (Bertha Mae), St. James, Minn.; and Renn of Pasadena, Calif. Name Swea City Council Members CUy — Newly elected members of the Swea City adult farm school council are Sam Lar-1 son. Wendell Ditsworth, Albert Anderson, Glenri Olson, Harvey O. Larson and Reuben Holcomb. replacing retiring members and James Koone, who has moved out of the community. Originally consisting of 12 members, the council will now be made up of 9, in compliance with the mem- bership's recent decision. The final session of the adult farm school sessions for this win* ter was held Wednesday. 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