The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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l-Alf*ft9 0»«) tlpptf ft* MolnM Thurtday, May 23, 1957 Vacation Bible School Set At Lone Rock Lone Bock «— The Lone Rock Presbyterian Church will conduct ft Vacation Bible School begin- jiinp Monday, May 27, and continuing through Saturday, June 1. with the exception of Thursday (Memorial Day-). Classes win be held in thr» Lont Rock public school from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.rrs, Children who will be eligible to start school this fall and including those who will be in the 8th grade are invited. Children not enrolled in Sunday school are welcome. A closing program will be given Sunday,June 2, at the morning service. The church picnic will be held June 4 at Call Park in Algona. FenJon Homemakefs Met Mr Henry Schroeder and Mrs Clair Bellinger entertained the Fenton Township Homemakers club Friday afternoon at the Schroeder home. Twenty members were present. Mrs Owen Berhow, chairman, presided. Plans were discussed on a booth at the Kossuth County Fair in Algona. Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs Ronald Christonson gave talks. Mrs Ed Priebe had charge of the entertainment. This will be the last meeting until September. New Arrivals Mf and Mrs Alfred Schultz, former Cone Rock residents now living at Ottosen, are the parents of a son born May 20 at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. The little lad weighted 8H Ibs. and has not been named. Mr and Mrs Leon MarloW, Vermillion, S. D., are parents of a daughter born Sunday, May 19, weighing 7 Ibs. 8 oz. Great grand* parents are Mrs A. A. Kading, Algona, Mr and Mrs L. H. Junkermeier, Ledyard, Mrs Maomie Marlow, Lone Rock, Mrs Mary Bates, Phoenix, Arizona. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Wm. Kading and Mr and Mrs Eldin Marlow of Lone Rock. Mr arid Mrs Paul Bernhard are parents of a son born Tuesday, May 14, at St .Ann hospita^ in Algona. He weighed 8 Ibs. and has not as yet been named. They have two girls, also. Jerry Johnson has been chosen by the American Legion post to attend Boy's State in Des Moines June 2-8. Janet Ncwbrough, Phoenix, Ariz., arrived by plane Sunday to visit friends and relatives here. Mr and Mrs Melvin Engelbarth, Mrs W. M. Rotterman of Elmore, Minn., Miss Veronica Rotterman of Waukegan, 111. were callers Thursday at the Owen Berhow home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer entertained the following Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Seimet' and daughters of Irvington; Mr and Mrs Wilfred Hilbert and family of Wesley. Sunday guests at the Geo. B. Long home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Weslejf and Lena Warner oi UNIT) N IGSMIT OVERALLS Hard work teem* «*sier if you're coin- {•ruble. BIG SMITH overall* work with you when you bend, Sloop or reach. Double •uspeuden can't twut, •lip or rope. Sanforised, of coune, wfth graduated ' ,j bibs and rises";.. and sized lot UlL ^ V ^ medium and short men. •U Ifs Big Smith, It Fits. Grahams' BIG SMITH DEPT. TALLS MEDIUMS SHORTS NOW! The Greatest Value Ever! 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Other guests were Mesdames Kenneth Jackson, Erich Seege- barth, A. A. Krueger, Jesse Blanchard Jr., Ronald Christenson, Roger Jensen, Clarence Kraft, Harlan Blanchard and Merton Larson. Various games were played and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Mrs Clarence Kraft won prizes. Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained in honor of daughter, Nancy's 10th birthday Saturday afternoon. Guests were MoUie Blanchard, Judy Hammerstrpm, Linda Lockwood, Margaret Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Marieta Chrislenson and Mrs Pauline McGuire were guests Thursday evening at the Ronald Christenson home in honor of the birthday of Mrs Lee. Mr and Mrs Dennis Elsbecker entertained friends and relatives Sunday in honor of the 39th wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. Elsbecker. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen and Mrs Dick O'Donnell wert among those from L»ne Rock that attended the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs Hugh, Marlow of Burt Sunday. Lu Circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs P. M. Christenson with Mrs Ronald Christenson assisting hostess. Lesson was given by Mrs Albert Shaser. Mildred Circle ,met at the home of Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and Mrs Selma Hammerstrom. Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom gave the lesson. Mrs Mary Flaig entertained at a farewell coffee party Tuesday in honor of Mrs Ellis Kester. Guests were Mrs Kester, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs Fred Genrich, and Mrs Frank Flaig. Mr and Mrs Kester moved Wednesday to Algona. Members of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church choir held a social hour Thursday evening following choir practice in honor of Kathryn Kischer and David Beck who are leaving. Delmar Fischer and Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona attended the-, funeral Wednesday of Mrs Ed Fischer, Goodland, Minn. Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs B. L. O'Donnell attended,the : county auxiliary meeting a* L'ed- yard Tuesday. Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Mary Flaig, Roger Bill Flaig and Mrs Rose Kraft visited Mrs James Long at St. Ann hospital Wednesday afternoon. They also called on Mrs Ellis Kester in her new home. Mrs Don Blanchard was at Klemme Thursday where she attended a remedial reading class. Mr and Mrs B. L. O'Donnell and girls visited Monday evening with Mrs Mary Flaig and family. Mr and Mrs Arthur Kramers- meier and Donna of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt were Sunday afternoon callers at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell, Kathy and Helen spent the weekend visiting Mr and Mrs Phil Garry at Iowa City, Sister Marmion at Dubuque and Mr and Mrs Walsh and family at Independence. Mr and Mrs Da% Schroelte and Susan were guiffts Thursday evding in Fenton at the Kenneth Andrea home. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs lerty WiS- ner and family of Burt visited at the Schroeder home. Sufidfly afternoon the Schtoeders called at the Harry Schmelihg ho<h* at Whittemore. Guests Sunday at the hoffte of Mrs Emma Iturlbutt were Mi and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, Mr and Mrs Junior Mta-l^ burt, Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser and Mrs Hattie Shaser. Mr a'nti Mrs Raymond Uthof and Rodney and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath, Johh and Mrs Martha Rath, ' Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener ahd family Called.Wednesday evening at the Junior Hurlburt home. Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt attended the graduation of Gerald Kramers- meier of Ledyard. ' Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton spe'ht Saturday at Ames where they attended the Veishea parade and visited their son, John, a student" there. Mrs H. E. Morgan of A gona, Mrs E. M. Jensen and Jert^ accompanied them and Jerry j(>ent the weekend with John. The Maxine circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Milton Madison with 12 members present and four guests, Mrs John Munch, Mrs Charles Osborn of Fenton and Florence Yager. Mrs Person had charge of the lesson. Mrs Blaine Saxton was assisting hostess. Mrs James Long returned horne Sunday from the'hospital' in AJ- gona. Callers that afternoon were Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs W. G. Flaig, Mr and Mrs A. D .Newbrough and Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family were supper guests Sunday in Fenton at the John Geitzenauer home. Rev. ad Mrs Alton Schwandt, Nathan and Roxanna, were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs George Alkc and Janice, Mrs Anna Alke all of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig. Mr and Mrs James Walker and daughter, Mrs Rose'Kraft, were Sunday guests at the Clarence Kraft home. The occasion was the birthday of Mr Walker. Field Clinic For Crippled Children Five counties, including Kossuth, Winnebago, Worth, Hancock and Cerro Gordo, will be served by a field clinic, conducted by -the State Services for Crippled Children at Forest City. Thursday, June 6. ' " -A medjcal tearn from th$(University c|i Iowa will,'J}e ort ;nand to consult with 'anyone wfto is chronically ill or physically handicapped and under 21 years of age. The findings in each individual case will be studied and recommendations made to local physicians. It is important that each person wishing a consultation at Forest City first consult with his or her local physician 01; dentist. The case will then be referred to the medical team June 6. There is no charge for the clinic consultation. PITCHER Dave Hill, Batavia High pitcher, struck out 35 batters • in two games in the recent sectional tournament. He fanned 18 Lockridge batters and 17 Libertyville batters, while giving up four hits in the two games. tJEVVELRY . USSy SUMMER BATH SPECIALS; (and such good gin ideas, too) NOW'1.25 REGULAR 12 SIZES Thews' we tfc!s wronw'a fc&f 1»ay£ You just CAfl't afford to miss *ern! And they're just the gift (or the spe^ cial women in your life— your mother! 'or June graduate. In four inviting fragrances— Contraband, Ovation, .Safari, and the new and exciting Muguet Roy«le) A. BUiOUE BAIH- Regularly ft Now I. CCHOQNE-Regularly \2. Now $U& t DUSTINO POWPW-WHh velvety puff! Regularly |3. Now $i.?9, Price* plw Ul f 9 te M lovely as you c$n &.., Portland Twp. By Mf». Victor Pitch Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Mr and Mrs Arrie Dittmer entertained at a luncheon at the Methodist Church Friday evening after graduation exercises, in honor of their daughter, Bev~- erly, and son, Duano, who just graduated from high school at Burt. About 40 relatives and friends gathered for the occasion. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and Jimmy spent Sunday with Mrs Sparks' sister and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Dawson, at D"es Moines. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls, Clyde Moore and family and Emma Gatton were Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Fitch home. Randy Nelson was out of school last week with the measles. Weekend guests at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Tienan brothers were Mr and Mrs Harry Quintus of Garner. Mrs Frank Fisher and Russel of Titonka who is home on a 30-day leave, were Sunday afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch were Sunday evening guests at the George Johnson home. M and Mrs P. W. Marlow attended open house at Burt in honor of Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow's fiftieth wedding anniversary, Sunday afternoon. • Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and son went to Fort Dodge Wednesday evening where they visited Mrs Bernard Phelps' mother, Mrs Minnie Sperring and her sister and family, the Lester Hackers. The Misses Linda Nelson, Sharon Carroll and Janice Harms attended a birthday party in honor of Judy Stecker Sunday evening and were overnight guests in the Stecker home. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque oi Ames spent the weekend at the Clifford Young home. Barry Nelson had a birthday Monday, his eleventh. He treated his classmates in his grade at school. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young and Bruce an/i Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque went to Clear Lake Sunday to help Grandma and Grandpa Young celebrate their sixtieth wedding anniversary. "The more & fntn's head swells — the gatief .it is to fill his shoes." 25 Callers Put On Square Deified A spring square dance festival was held at the Pl&ntftlon Ballroom* Whittemore, Saturday night, May 18. "The Northwest Iowa Caller's Association sponsored the dance. A total of 60 squares from northwest Iowa and southern Minnesota filled the floor to capacity. There were 25 callers present et the affair. Whittemore's caller and his wife, Mr and Mrs Edward Kenyon, were honored at the dance and were presented with corsages by Kenneth Nelson, president of the association from Cherokee. , MONKEY Elmer Stuff, of near Central City, was startled to find a monkey in his barn one day recently. This sort of thing doesn't happen to everyone. 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