The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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<-Alaeno (la.) Uppftr DM Motnt* Ttowdoy, Jun« 6, Funeral For Mrs Duffy, 52, At Whittemore Whitlemore — Funeral services f"i Mrs Hugh Duffy, 52. were held May 25 at 9:30 in St. Michael's Catholic church. Rev. Ger- nlrt Zensen officiating. Burial was at the Catholic cemetery at Wa-'st Bend. Pallbearers were James B. Geelan, Earl Steier, Irvin Elbert. William Bonnstetter. John Mersch and Thomas Rooney. Mrs Duffy was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Jones. She was born March 31 1905, at Rodman. In her early childhood her parents moved to Lewistown, Montana, where she received her education. In 1928 she returned to Rodman, and was married to George Bonnstetter, who passed away in 1932. On November 16, 1936 she was united in marriage to Hugh Duffy. They moved to their farm one and one half mile south of Whittemore, where she passed away following a long illness Wednesday evening, May 22. '. Survivors include her husband. two brothers and a sister. M«ritotial Day Program All business places in Whittemore were closed Memorial Day. A large audience assembled in the gymnasium of the public school where the program was opened by Post Commander Vernon Mueller. Rev. William Veit, chaplain of the American Legion rendered a prayet, Joe Pettit gave the Gettysburg Address, and Mary Martini the Flanders Field. A talk was given by Robert Lounds- berry, past commander of the American Legion of the state of Iowa. Following the program at the school the members of the American Legion, National Guard and Cub Scouts went to the Lutheran cemetery where a wreath was placed on the grave of August Meyer and a salute by the firing squad. Russell Harris and Robert Gengler were Color Bearers, Paul Potratz was Sergeant at Arms, and Duane Helmke and Gary Bormann were color guards. Queen Candidate Jean Zumach. daughter of Ml and Mrs Herbert Zumach of Whittemore, was chosen to be a candidate for Miss North Iowa at the Band Festival held in Mason.City, June 11. She is * junior at Whittemore public school and is a member of the high school band, cheerleader, Put away a little every •payday in an insured savings account with us. The handsome earnings that we add regularly will help build that cash reserve quickly to real security. The s , ! the sooner secure. Home Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n. All Deposits Insured Up To $10,000.00 PHONE CY 4-3545 ALGONA and plays basketball and softball. At the regular meeting of the town council last month, Charles Slagle of Emmetsburg was hired as life guard at the swimming pool and Patricia Kollasch assistant. Mrs Joe Esser will be in charge of the bath house. A miscellaneous shower was held last week Sunday in the Lutheran Church parlor in honor of Alyce Buenger of West Bend. Following the unwrapping of many gifts by the bride-to-be, lunch was served by the hostesses. Miss Buenger will be mar- rifcd June 2 in Grace Lutheran church at West Bend to Henry Lauck. Mr and Mrs John Waldron of Algona were Thursday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Zatlaukal of here. Mrs Clark Waddel of Harrisburg, Pa. arrived last Wednesday at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Leonard Elbert for a week. Mr and Mrs John Maahs of Emmetsburg visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and sons Vernon and Steven and Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz left Sunday moriflhg for Alexandria, Minn, for a week's vacation and fishing. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely moved from the George Maahs apartments on main street Sunday to the Adolph Naas home. Mr Naas will make his future home at tho home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Schuller near Cylinder. Mr and Mrs William Faulstich who made their home with his mother, Mrs Dora Faulstich, since he was released from the army, moved to Algona Sunday. Mr Faulstich is employed in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son, Danny, and daughter, Kay Frances, visited at the home of Mrs Gustie Lavrenz last week. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, were in Fort Dodge, Tuesday, where the latter went for a check-up following surgery several weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke of Lotts Creek visited at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Wednesday evening. David Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch, who is' serving with the ."marines, was prompted' 'tto' corporal 1 May 1 David is a'metalsmith at Cherry Point, North Carolina. Army Sgt. Donald J. Maahs, son of Mr and Mrs George Maahs, recently graduated from the Non- Commissioned Officers Academy at Fort Riley, Kan. Sgt. Maahs, who entered the army in 1950, is an assistant squad leader in Company D of the first division Engineers Battalion. Rosella Voigt of Algona wa& hostess to a barbecue suppet Sunday evening at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. The guests included her parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny, and daughter, Kay Frances. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Jack Qulnn attended a reception at the Ed Goche home Sunday at fiancrof: in honor of their nephew James Goche. Mrs Glenn Householder and daughter Gloria visited the Norman Gordon home at Mason City, Monday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Sfhadcn- dorf gave a party Tuesday evening, after the commencement exercises in honor of their son Alfred Schadendorf Jr. Mr and Mrs Don Bldnchard and Craig and Susan and Maude Blanchard went to Ottosen to see Mr and Mrs Alfred Shultz new baby, Tod Michael. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were Sunday evening visitors at the Dean Jergeson home. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich were Sunday visitors at the Clarence Wells home in Liverrnore. Mrs Clarence Wells is a niece of Mrs Fred Genrich. After graduation exercise* Tuesday, Mrs Anna Marlow of Burt, Mrs Larry Shultz of Bancroft, Mrs Anna Thilges and Mr and Mrs Art Shultz and Tom and Gary of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Wayne Gardner and Donna Mae of Lakota, Mrs William Dodd; and Dean of Algona, Mr and Mis Merle Potter and Tom of Algona. Mr and Mrs Howard Ranney and John Rian of Emmetsburg, met at the Milton Marlow home' for lunch. Ruth Blanchard and Lucille Seegebarth called at the home oi Mrs Clara Marlow Saturday evening. Is Nurse Graduate Barbara A. Hum, daughter'of Mr and Mrs Paul Hurn, South Hall St., and an alumna of Algona high school, graduated from Saint Mary's School of Nursing, Rochester, Minn. Sunday, June 2, at commencement exercises in Saint Mary's Auditorium. The Most Reverend Edward A. Fitz* gerald, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Winona, conferred diplomas on the 109 graduates. DIES Adamg 'courity <:lost*-its .oldest resident recently, in the cfeath of Mrs Sarah West. She had observed her 105th birthday last February. and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Rosella Voigt of Algona and Mike Kelly and Alvina Miller of Fort Dodge were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Vpigt to help the latter's son, David, celebrate his birthday. s Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. and Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer at Rodman, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Dora Faulstich is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfeld in Fenton this week. BUTTERMILK makes the difference! WAKE UP YOU R APPEM WITH OLD SOUTHERN FLAVOR" . WONDER BUTTERMILK BREAD The Cxfeliiaive "Old Southern Flavor" Loaf Perfected By The Bakers Of Wonder Bread Recaptures The Exquisitely Delicate Flavor,,. The Unsurpassed lacy Textur* Of Buttermilk Bread From The Deep South Do jt today! Wake up your appetite with delicious Wonder BUSTE&jJjI.K Pread, It's now at your grocery ttore,.. a secret flavor blend perfected by The Wonder Bakers, > f, J \ Now recaptured la the exquisitely delicious flavpr... the unsurpassed lacy texture of the buttermilk bread from the Deep South, If your family is hard to please, then you should try genuine "Old Southern Flavor" Wonder BUTTERMILK Bread. No other has this secret blend, So—for a real treat—ask your grocer for Wonder BUTTERMILK Bread. It's's different - • it's delicious! 1957, CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY, INC. lilk: FRESH,,, At Y»«r Grocer's Now! t« BUTTERMILK makes the difference! Flying Club Giving Rides The Kossuth County Flying Club is announcing a "twin event", to be held on two forthcoming Sunday afternoons at the Algona municipal airport—with "free airplane rides" the big feature of both events, according to Art Schweppe, club president. Next Sunday afternoon, 2 to 5 p.m., Kossuth County graduating high school seniors will be given free air rides — that is, all who want them. On the following Sunday, June 16, same hours, the flyers will tender free rides to Ground Observer Corps members and Scouts of the local Explorers' Troop. On both occasions, flying club members will be on hand to "orient" the visitors on flying, planes, equipment, etc. The average pound of.butter- fat per cow was 39.9, average milk, 1092 Ibs. per cow. 10 cows were removed from the 20 herds and 5 heifers freshened. Two cows completed lactations over 400 Ibs.; Dolly Dean Babe, belonging to Ralph Walker, Jr., with 14830 Ibs. milk and 518 Ibs. fat in 305 days and Mable, belonging to Leander Menke, 10260 Jbs. milk and 414 Ibs. fat in 296 days. Nine herds had over 40 Ibs. fat herd average for the month of May. They belonged to: -Ralph Walker Jr., Milton Madison, Leander Menke, John Rugef Harry Bartlet, Erwin Gremmels, Sydney Payne, Ralph Angle & Engstrom and Adrian Hauskins. Nine Top Herds For April Are Named, D.H.I.A. During April 20 herds were tested on D.H.I.A. with 352 cows in milk and 40 cows dry, according to Forrest Hofbauer, D.H.I.A. Nurse's Aide Course The Burt Blue Birds held their annual Mother's Day tea May 25. Mrs Mitchell and Mrs Lichter served as hostess to the 13 mothers, 19 members and three guests. Demonstrations were given by Kathleen Faber, Marilyn Hinckley, Virginia Lappe and Lana Cunningham. Corsages were given to the mothers and guests. A lunch was served. technician. SIXTY YEARS At Corydon, Mr and Mrs Warren Burton have observed their 60th wedding anniversary. Both are 83. p • BIB SMIT ^^^ fttuiMfcJ fcft*ft» UNION MAC! BLUE DENIM JEANS for Tfc» The youngsters really go for jeans made just like dad's! 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