The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 2, 1957
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•~Alf«na (la.) Upptr tot MoJnM Thursday, May 2, 195? Aft Kieckef who is employed nt Duluth spent the weekend here with Mrs Kircker. Dr. A. J. Esson and Bob Gil- Hngham went to Duluth. Minn Friday and did some smelt fishing. Mr and Mrs R. L. Scheming had as guests Sunday Mr and Mr? Marvin Mathison and family of Spencer. Mr and Mrs W. F. McDougall were visited over the 1 weekend by Mr and Mrs C. F. Buck of Winona, Minn. Cresco mothers and daughters will meet at the home of Mrs Clifford Reibhoff Wednesday afternoon, May 8. Mrs C. L. Livingston and Evelyn Cady spent Tuesday at Mason City and visited the latter's cousin, Mrs G. W .Cady. Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan spent Sunday at the Okobojis getting their cottage in readiness to occupy for the summer season. Mrs A. J. Eason and Mrs Edns Mitchell spent Saturday at Fulda Minn., v/ith Mrs Eason's son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Erwin Ogland. ^Mr and Ms Lewis Marshall and family spent Sunday at the Oko- bojis and did some work in preparation for opening their cottage a little later, Mrs J. F. Milder entertained her sewing club, Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Milder ami family spent the weekend in Marion and Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Harley Troutman Jr. ar,e parents of a daughter born Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Troutman is the former Janice Klooster. Everett St. John of Newton find Mr and Mrs Dale Sutphin and family also of Fenton spent the weekend with Mrs Carrie St. John, mother of Everett and Mi's Sutphin. Mr and Mrs James Allen and son Jack and Mrs Esther Benson attended the dedication of the new high school at Britt Sunday, Jack Allen teaches English • and dramatics there. Mr and Mrs William Funk and * Mr and Mrs Duane Riley spent Sunday at Fox Lake, Minn. Gladys Burtis, who was employed at the Harrison store and recently went to California, has returned home. Mrs Harold Palmer and daughter Linda Lou are here from Denver, Colo., and are visiting Mrs Palmer's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Verle Schmidt at Titonka and Mr and Mrs Wilfred St John. Mrs S. >E. McMahon returned Tuesday from Storm Lake where she had visited since Friday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Schmitz. She alscr attended the first communion Sunday of her grandchild, John Schmitz. ' Mr and Mrs Carl Goelsch had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Charles Wolfe of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs George Tiede of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips of Rochester and Dr. and Mrs Harold Meyer. Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson were visited last week Wednesday by Mr and Mrs E. M. Olson and Hike of Wesley. Friday they had as. guests Mr and Mrs Lou Hoover , of Corwith, and Saturday visitors were Mr and Mrs Harry Seeley of Whittemore. Jackie, Diane and Tommy Muller, children of Mr and Mrs Eugene Muller, are sick with three-day measles. Mr Muller was hospitalized at St. Ann three days following a' slight heart attack. He has resumed his work at the Wallburg filling station. Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday in the St. Cecelia Catholic church for Cynthia Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Stebritz, Janet Ann, daughter of M> and Mrs Edward Foertsch, and Jeanne Ranae, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vincent Tom Rich. Fred Bartholomew bad surgery Monday morning at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, for removal of a kidney. Mrs Bartholomew will remain with him in Des Moines for several days. His son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jerry Anderson visited him there Sunday. The home of the late Mr and Mrs John Daub on the corner of east College and south Dodge streets was sold Saturday to Mr and Mrs Albert Reid. The Reids will move into it and have sold their home on south Wooster street to Mr and Mrs Ryland Phillips. Mr* K. D, Hwtchlrw we** dismissed Sunday from St. Ann hospital where she had spent a few days. She was visited by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William H. Bailey of Cedar Rapids and her brother, Loren IPakler of Waverly the day she got home. My *nrt Mrs 690199 Johnson ret5foe4 Monday to their farm > in Plum Creek township spending the winter in Mrs , yyifey's home, during the '« visit since last Novem, California with her daugh- " zuerite .Palziel at Cor_Mar. ' pick gain. j w ia W n$ Mrs Robert Kain of , the U.S. on « cruise at present Pacific Both „ are stationed J.S..S. Esherwood, a Recenl dinner guests 01 Mr. Veronica Roethler were Mr anr Mr? Harold Roethler of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Irwin Kramer of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Arndorfor, Mr and Mrs Ken neth Roethler. Mrs Helen Krn- mer, Mrs Alice Clayton and V •in-1 Mr? Jir Willger. Mrs Elizabeth Schenck, co chairman for the Kossuth Coun ty Junior Red Cross, attended fc planning meeting in Des Moinef Saturday, April 27, for the 1957 Junior Red Cross leadership training. Five delegates will b' chosen from high schools throug! out the county to attend camp. Mf and Mrs Darroll McFatlanr' moved to Des Moines Saturday and were assisted in taking the household goods by the former's parents, Mr and Mrs G. O. Mc> Farland, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sargeant of Burt and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel. Mr McFarland is employed by Handler Motorr company. Mr and Mrs Paul Deihnan hat' as guests Thursday Mr and Mri Pete Godfredson and • Mrs Don Von Bank of Armstrong and Mrs John Von Bank of Sheridan Minn. They visited Pele Looft who was then a patient at St Ann hospital. Other guests Sunday were Ruth and Esther Hodg son of Burt. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley look the latter's mother, Mrs Laura Hintz to Mason City last week to take the' Rocket to Minneapolis for a visit with her granddaughter and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Boisjolie. From there she will go to LuVerhe, Minn., and Sioux Falls, S. D. She will be gone about a month. Mr and MTS Melvin Olson are entertaining at dinner Sunday and will have as guests brother and sister-in-law of Mrs .Olson Mr and Mrs Bob Hoover of Britt, Mr and Mrs Lou Hoover of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover and Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover of Doan and the Olsons' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tom Samson. Mrs Bertha Pommer spent the weekend at Titonka with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Caret DeWaard. On Sunday she attended the farewell sermon given at the Christian Reform church by the Rev. J. J. Vender- hoek. The Rev. and Mrs Vander- hoek and three children are moving to Fairbanks, Alaska where the pastor has accepted a church charge. Mfjf Bfea Baldwin was recently visited by her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Lester Schumaker and family of Joliet 111., and Mr and Mrs Raymond Heller and family of Buckingham, 111. They also visited Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall and Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin, Rachael Heller has been here on an extended visit with her grandmoth* er and returned home with her parents. - . Mrs Irwin Malueg gave a party April 18 in honor of the ninth birthday of her daughter Jean Guests were her teacher, Mrs A. J. Easoh, Arlis Ackerrnan, Linda Cooper, Gayle Fitzpatrick, Cheryl Kallahar, Linda Meelhaus, Joan Meyer, Betty Reidel, Nancy and Bonnie Sehoning and Linda Sparks. Games were played and refreshments served. Mrs Malueg was assisted by Diane and Rosalie Hahn. Mrs Carrie St. John has been visited by/ her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Schueller and son Greg Phil, of Las Cruses, New Mex. They also visited at the parental George Schuellers at Whittemore. 'During the visit Mrs St. John's other son-in-law and daughter^ Mr and Mrs William Kinsey, Bruce and David were here from Ames. They also visited William's parents, Mr and Mrs E< S. Kinsey, , „ , ^ A group of young folk of St. Cecelia Catholic church went to LeMars Sunday to take part in a district' meeting of choral groups from nearby towns. The Algona group won three I ratings, the boys' ensemble, double mixed quartet, and Ronald Briggs for his solo number. In the ensemble those taking part were Mark Seeley, Dick Ristau, Jack Henryj Tom Fandl, Ronald Briggs, Rod Elbert, Don Froelich, Cecil Schil. moeller and Jim Lichter. The double mixed quartet consisted of Bunnie Sheridan, Emelie Bode, Joan Byam, Eileen Bode, Tom Fandl, Ronald Briggs, Mark Seeley and Chares Loar. Marilyn Dreesman and Helen Kuhlmann presented a. baton twirling, tap. acrobatic and ballet dancing recital April 27 at the Algona High school annex. Stu* dents participating were Ann Bohannon, Cheryl Cook, Cheryl Cunningham, Sandra Cook, Janet Cunningham, Robert Dreesman, Marilyn Deal, Lana Gerber, Virginia Hedlund, Susan Hemmingsen, Betty Holt, Sandy Hagg, Sandy Harms, Bianne Kuhlmann, Susan Moulton, Kay Moultonj Jaunita Meyer, Mary Misbsch. Gayle Phillips, Linda Pejcival, Patty Priebe, Plane Ramus, Jane Raney, Barbara Reinders, Linda Sands, Phil Sp,eeht, Sharon Smith, Margaret Sprague, and Sally Steele. The outstanding twirling award was presented to Jane Raney. Sharon Kain, Bride-To-Be 5 Area F.F.A. Boys Honored, State Meeting Five F.F.A. members from this area were honored with the "Iowa Farmer" degree Friday at the 29th annual tonvention of. the F.F.A. at Cedar Rapids. Gary Bernau and Harold A. Bjustrom, Algona; Robert E. Fritz, Titonka; William H. Wiskus, Swea City; and George R Geiken, Buffalo Center; were among the 188 Iowa boys to receive the organization's highest degree. Bernau, a junior at Algona high school, also was given a gold award, emblamatic of first placej for extemporaneous speaking Thursday. No more than two percent of the 10,557 active F.F.A. members may receive the "Iowa Farmer" award, which is based on the leadership, scholarship and project income ability of the student during his high school career.. Many boys from this area have received the award during the past ten years. Another Algonan, Dick Kuecker, has been nominated by thc> state committee for the "American Farmer" degree, which is the top national awaixi, Dick is one of 11 lowans nominated and the national committee will announce its selections for the degree during the national convention next fall. Instructor George Sefrit, Bernau, Bjustrom, and nings and Robert Gary Jen- Von Bank. voting delegates, from Algona attended the state convention. John W. Bruce, Swea City, Dies John Walter Bruce, 65, resident of, Swea City for the past 60 years, died unexpectedly following surgery Wednesday morning in -Veteran's Hospital at Des Moines. Curtis Funeral Home at Swea City is in charge of arrangements, which were incomplete at press time. > He was the son of Mr and Mrs A. W. Bruce and was born at St. Paul, Minn. ,He moved to Swea City with his parents in 1897 and had resided there since that time. Mr Bjuce was a graduate of Swea City;fligh school, and was,in the business for many years;''His parents and three sisters/preceded him in death. MF Bruce never married. He is survived by a brother-in-law, W. H. Barger, Swea City, and six nieces, including Mrs Glen Clark, Swea City, and Mrs Robert Schwartz, formerly of Swea City, , Mr Bruce was a veteran of World War I. The largest eajnjyorous animal in the wpi'lf te the Kodiab feear- the Crash Damages Cars, Swea Twp, Swea & Eagle — Mrs George Johnson, who lives several miles southwest of Swea City, luckily escaped with minor injuries in a two-car accident at 10:15 a.m. Saturday in front of the H. W. Papenfuhs home southwest of Swea City. Mrs Papenfuhs, driv. er of the pther car, was unhurt. Mrs Papenfuhs had stopped in her driveway, before turning onto the road/ while the car* driven by Mrs Johnson was traveling south ; it approached the Papenfuhs iveway. Apparently Mrs Johnson ap , „ „ brakes, causing her car to swerve so that it collided with the front end of the Papenfuhs car which meanwhile had not left the driveway. The Johnson car continued into the ditch and turned over on its side after striking several large concrete tile lying in the ditch. Damage to the Johnson car, a 1956 Chevra> let, was extensive; the Papen- Mercury, was Mr and Mrs Robert Kain announce the engagement and forth coming marriage of their daugh- cr, Sharon, to Matinee E. Myer, son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Myei of Palmyra, Mo. The marriage will take plact June 1st. at Corpus Christ, Catholic church in Colorado Springs Colo. Sharon is a medical technican at the Glocknu Pcnrose hospital, and Maurice is a pre-med studen' at Colorado College there. Home Wedding ledyard, Apr. 28 Ledyard — A beautiful home wedding was solemnized Sunday, April 28th, at 3 p.m. at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Looft uniting their daughter, Cleo, in marriage to William Mather Jr., son of Mr and Mrs William Mather of Swea City. Kenneth S'eylar Jr. of Swea City played the traditional wedding music preceding the ceremony and accompanied Mrs George Elliott of Swea City who sang. The bride descended an open stairway which was decorated with white tulle and floral centered bows, and she was met by her father who gave her in marriage. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Fred Samek before a simple altar on which stood a silver cross and candlesticks. These were used by Rev. Samek when he was an army chaplain. They were attended by the bride's sister, Mrs Richard Snyder of Swea City as matron oi honor, and by the groom's brother, Spencely Mather as best man. The bride wore an ice bluj imported French silk suit dress with navy blue accessories. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Following the ceremony R three course reception dinner was served to 23 guests. Marvel Halvorson had charge of the gifts. The bride has been employed as receptionist in Dr. Snyder'a office in Swea City. The groom has been farming on his farm north of Swea City where they will be at home after May 10th. They left immediately on a trip through the Ozarks. V.F.W. Auxiliary Installs, S-City Swea City — Mrs Harold Fischer was installed as president of V.F.W. Auxiliary at a recent meeting, with Mrs Morris Johnson as installing officer. Other officers included Mrs George Selzer and Mrs George Mogensen, vice presidents; Mrs Kenneth Brones, secretary; Mrs Russell Stray er, treasurer; Mrs Ear! Kvamsdale, chaplain; Mrs Andy Stefanski, conductress; Mrs Doij Forshee, guard, Mrs Jay Brones, trustee; Mrs Milton Grieman, Mrs Jens Madsen, Mrs Marvin Sanders anci Mrs Bill Weltha, color bearers; Mrs Kenneth Seyler, flag bearer; Mrs Laraont Johnson, bannei bearer; Mrs Andy Stefanski, hisi torian and reporter; Mrs Earl Berg, patriotic instructor; and Mrs Russell Strayer, musician. Veishea Honors To Algona Girl Maribelle Kain of Algona was named'Saturday as one ol the 20 outstanding Iowa high school seniors who will be honored May 17 during Veishea a) Iowa Stale College. The 20 seniors selected are f;om all areas of the state, and three will he awarded scholarships to the college, The top' award will be for $700- second is $200 and third* $100. Winners will be named by a committee chosen'" to serve in thai Capacity Career Pay. Miss Kain is the daughter el Mr and Mr* Qtergt GET THE JUMP HIGH PRI PICNIC SPECIALS I VAN CAMP'S NO. 2 CAN PORK and BEANS LADY BETTY SWEET PICKLES pt. 19c MOUSE PARTY Nd, 1 TALL GAM RIPE OLIVES tall can 29c HUNT'S TOMATO CATSUP HI-C : 46 OZ. CAN JACK SPRAT LARGE 14 OZ. CELLO BAG MARSHMALLOWS 2 for 49c NESTLE'S LARGE 12 O2. PKO. CHOCOLATE CHIPS ...33c SALLY ANN ANGEL FOOD CAKE.. LARGE • ROUND Ea. 39c ORANGE JUICE 4 LIBBY'S * ' ""' TOMATO JUICE ...5 * 46 OZ. 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