The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 13
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f Four Teachers Resign From Swea Faculty Swea Cily -. supt. Edward Stewart announces that four members of the Swea City Community School faculty have not signed contracts for the coming school year. Miss Agnes Olson, Bancroft, who teaches high schooi subjects half-days, does not plan to teach next year: Kay McSweeney, second grade, and Virginia Quam, third grade, have not announced their plans; and Bonnie Lee Reeves, fifth grade, will teach next year in Spirii Lake. Barbara Richmond, Armstrong with elementary certificate from Estherville Junior College, will replace Miss McSweeney in second grade. The third grade, which Miss Quam now teaches, will be taught next year by Elaine LeBrun, Ceylon, Minnesota, who now teaches at Britt. Mrs Josephine Davis of Fenton replaces Miss Reeves in fifth grade. Mrs Davis, who has not had previous teaching experience, attended Estherville Junior College. • M.D. Local** In Wis. Dr. John Twecten, former Swea City resident, has entered medical practice in Menomonie, Wis. Following pre-medical studies at St. Olaf College, he received his medical training at the Stale University of Iowa School of Medicine, and served his internship at Fresno Hospital, Fresno, Calif. For the past two years he has been serving as flight surgeon with the U.S. Air Force at Moody Air Force Base, Valdosta, Ga. Dr. Tweeten is the son of Mr and Mrs A. B. Tweeten of Swea City. Fellowship Dinner , Members of Immanuel Lutheran Church will enjoy a fellowship dinner, pot-luck, on Tuesday, April 23, from fi to 9 p.m. According to plans, the dinner will be served cafeteria style, ana serving will continue until 9 o'clock for the convenience oi farmers who are now in the fields. A sacrificial offering will ; be accepted for the benefit of the : church. • j There will be a continuous pro- ! gram, including a movie which ; will be shown at half-hour in-1 tervals, also musical numbers, both groups and solos. Home For Easter Young people away at school who visited their Swea City homos, during the Easter holidays included Ronald Hammer, liee Osgood, Jim Gardner, Betty Schwartz' and Janice Gabel from Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls; Don Fundeburk, Dorothy Schaeffer, Ruth Ann Pehrson, Clair Uhr and Vaughn Uhr, from Iowa State College. Ames; Henry Hammer, Paul Tweeten, Dick Dahl, Nancy Guyer, John Sanftner, Mike Dolan, and Ronald Peterson, from the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. Also home over Easter wert Bill Christcnsen, Coc College, Cedar Rapids; Don Johnson and Bruce Gabby, Luther College, Decorah; Darwin Looft, Shirley Stenzel, Kevin Thorson, Lowell Farland, and Carol Miller, Waldorf College, Forest City; CheryJ Torine, Upper Iowa University, Fayette; Pat Martin and Ray Larson, (Iraceland College, Lamoni; Gary Gabel and Alan Peterson, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter; La von Jensen and Kenneth Peterson, Mankato State Teachers College; Linda Pulver, Mason City Business College; Marcia Jensen, Sioux Falls College; Duane Jensen, Mankato Business College; and Robert Rohlin, Don Gardner, and Boh Becknal, from Dunwoody Ifisti- fute, Minneapolis. Friday guests at the home oi Mrs George Butterfield, Sr., who returned Tuesday from a six weeks' visit in Kirkland, Washington, were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Stuart Butterfield of Mankato, Jean Butterfield, Estherville, and Don Priebe, Lone Rock. Visiting Mrs Butterfield on Sunday were Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt and family, and Mrs George Butterfield -Jr., and daughters, Georgia and Jane, all of Algona; Mr and Mrs Eldo Harder and daughter, Kathy, of Ringsted; Jerry Warner and Mrs Rose Moulton, Bancroft; and Mr and Mrs Beryl Butterfield and family of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Don Martin and daughters Karen and Marianne, and sons John and Jim, and Mary Lou Peterson, visited Sunday in Lamoni where Pat Martin and Ray Larson are students at^ Graceland College. Pat Martiji, e sophomore, has been elected to membership in Lambda Delta Sigma, honorary society, for having maintained a high scholastic average for three, semesters. Fr. Cooper To Conduct Retreat ZumachsWed 45 Years On Easter Sunday Whitteihan — Mr and Mr.? Hefrnah Stomach celebrated then forty-fifth wedding anniversary Easter Sunday, April 21, with a dinner at five o'clock at th<i •Plantation dining room. Mr and Mrs Znmach were married in Immanuel Lutheran church in L«tts Creek, April 18, 1912, by the late Rev. Martin Fuerstenau. They established their home in Fenton, where Mr Zumach was employed in the meat market, and after a few years in Fenton, they rnoved to Whittemore, when Mi Zumach bought a half interest in the butcher shop with Adam Luchsinger. When Mr Luchsinger retired he sold his interest to Mr Zumach, who has been in the same building for over 40 years. In January 194? he took his son Herbert in partnership with him, and for many years father and son have been operating the market. Mr Zumach has quite a reputation for making the best home made sausage in the state. Mr and Mrs Zumach are the parents of three children, Herbert, and .Norbert of Whittemore and Alice (Mrs Donald Gunderson) of Cylinder. Those who attended the dinner and the reception which was held at the home included Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler, Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch and Aurelia Leininger of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs. William Rusch and Mrs Rosa Ohm of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mr. 1 ) Otto Ohm, Mr and Mrs Carl Zumach and Mrs Lena Zumach of Fenton, Mrs Ida Wittkopf and Mrs Ida Zumach of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach, Mi and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Norbert Zumach, Mrs Adelia Meyer and Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach ot Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Donald Gunderson of Cylinder. A lunch was served later in the evening. Mw Mathilda Meyer was released from th* Lutheran hfl*- pital in Fort Dodge last w«*h Wednesday afternoon and is getting along nicely. At present she is staying at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyet. Herman Schumacher spent the weekend over Easter at the home of his pttrehte, Mr 6nd WfB Frank Scfhumacher. He returned to Sioux Falls Monday mafning. Ralph Sebefs and ftchald Hedin arrived here late Friday night from Aurora, 111. to spend Easter weekend here with their respective mothers, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Mrs Myrtle Frofet. They returned to Aurora, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber spent Easter Sunday at the parental home in Whittemore With Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons of here, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Rosella Voigt and Mr and Mrs Gerald OHom of Algona were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and son Gary and daughter Helen Lynette of Albert Lea attended the morning services at St. Paul's Lutheran church and spent the day with Mrs Walker's parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur HeidenwitJi. Other guests in the afternoon and evening were Mr and Mrs Rajpfi Walker and family and Mr arid Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of here and Mr and Mrs Fred C. Wegener of Algona. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux, West Bend, parents of Mrs Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling attended the last rites of their nephew, Donald Schmeling, 33. held in Spencer last week Wednesday. BURST Some 80,000 bushels of government corn had to be re-stored at Sanborn recently, when the side of a quonset building burst open. The corn was shipped to Des Moines in 35 boxcars. Father Harold Cooper Annual retreat for St. Cecelia'^ high pupils will be conducted here April 29 through May 1 by Father Harold .Cooper, former assiitt'ant at St. Cecelia's an'd now pastor at Immaculate Conception parish at Moville, Iowa. The retreat will open dailv with Mass at 8:15 a.m. and thu Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will be held each afternoon. Father Cooper will speak on various religious matters of interest to high school age students. Honored At I. S. C. Harold Bosworth, son of Mr and Mrs W. H. Bosworth of Algona, was named as social chairman of Beta Epsilon Ward, one of the residential 'dormitories at Iowa State college. Jim Sanders of West Bend was named vice president of the group. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* PJNJOL You saw it advertised in Wallace's Farmer—we have it in stock for you! Gland-O-Lsc's famous FUNJOL protects baby chicks by killing germs in drinking water. Get a bottle today I Robinson Produce WESLEY ALGONA Easter Brings Students Home For Weekend Swea & Eagle — College students home for Easter vacation wore Ruth Ann Pehrson, Ames: .Alan Peterson, St. Peter, Minn.; Cheryle Torine, Fayette; Carol Miller and Shirley Stenzel, Forest City; Mfircia Jensen and Barbara Mino. Sioux Falls; Ronald Petersen, Iowa City; Duane and Lnvon Jensc'n, Mankato, Minn. Jane Genrich, who teaches at Lake Mills, spent Easter vacation f.t the parental Mr and Mrs Walter Genrich home. Makes Solo In Jet Aviation Cadet Charles A. Hanson, son of Mrs Gladyce Han- Eon, and before entering service farmed with his brother, Lawrence Hanson, made his initial solo flight in the T-33 jet trainer recently at Bryan Air Force Base. Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and daughter Larinda Sue and Mr and Mrs Sam Link and sons, Fred and Wendell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Mino. ' Mr and Mrs Gieh Clark and children and Mr William Barger wore Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Clark's sister and Bargern other daughter and her husband, Mr and Mrs Frank Waid, Charles City. Mrs Emll Larson received word of the birth of a son April 2, to Mr and Mrs William Esley, Jr.. Burbank, Calif. The couple have one other son. Mr arid Mrs Hans Peterson arid children attended a family gathering and pot luck dinner Sunday of Mrs Peterson's relatives at the home of her sister, Mrs Ted Toms at Boone. Mr and Mrs John W. Jongberg returned home last week Tuesday after a stay since last November in Florida. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston were Sunday dinner guests at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Marvin Soever, Estherville. Mrs O. L, Thoreson left Monday for a visit at the home of her son-in-law and daughter (Mildred) at Council Bluffs. Mrs M'aynard Jensen attended a 4-H County Woman's Committee meeting held Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson had as Easter Sunday dinner guests, Mr and Mfs A. B. Tweeten, Mr and Mrs Ed Jensen, Algona, Perry, Gail and Patricia Jensen of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Walter Genrich entertained at dinner Sunday, their daughters and families, Mr and Mrs Harley Garnden and children Cheryle, Renee and Scott of Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs J. H. Kirby and baby Judy Ann of Fort Dodge; and Jane Genrich of Lake Mills. Otto A. Jensen, who spent a few days at the home of his son Maynard Jensen after returning home from the hospital, returned to his home in Swea City Saturday. Mrs Maggie Thackery, formerly of here now 'living with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ross Browing, Forest City, April 25, f 957 Mgono (la.) Upp«r &•» reached her 88th birthday Friday. April 19. She is able to be up and in fair health. Mr and Mrs John Jongberg and a nephew and his family, Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg, Calvin and Donna ana some other Armstrong relatives called on her Friday night. IS 102 John Takes, Sr., of Cascade, recently observed his 102nd birthday. He's been a life-long resident of that community. FOR LESS! PREFERRED MID-CONTINENT OIL IN 30-GAL. 7 ils — — < I DRUMS 6OC PER' GAL. PREMIUM VIKING H. D. OIL IN 30-GAL. DRUMS PER GAL. VIKING OIL CO. North of Milwaukee Depot Phone CY 4-3749 Today Was Yesterday's Tomorrow Don'l put 6« planning f6t your future. The unexpected can happen tomorrow. Lei me help you guard against financial loss when accident ot sickness strikes. Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sfs. 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