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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

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Upper Dei Molnei foeiday, May 18, Wilfred Loebig Elected - Head of Wesley Lions thfe meeting of the Lions Club .Wednesday jevening at the Methodisi church parlors Wilford Loebig was elected pro's! • dent; Gayle Studer, vice president; Stan Johnson, tail-tvvistef ' (Don Power's, ;Forl)Urger & .directors for Lion, tamer; Tom Al Loebig for 2 years, Bruce Cranston, director lor one year. , 'L a r r y Youngwirih, secretary They are planning a •ladies night v "tb be held in June. The Merry Mixers circle served the luncheon. To W*d May 26 1 ,;'- , ' ); 'Banns of marriage wore pub lished for the second time by Father Klein in St. Joseph's Cath" ,6lic cliurch for Mary Ann Eggert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Eggert and Kenneth Stu der, son of Mr end Mrs Joe Ssu- der. They will be married hern Wednesday morning, Majh.2,0.' : : Mary Anh was honorea at; a shower , Sunday; afternoon, May llfltJWas held in the St. Joseph's pafish hall. " n ;;. " ' >, M Recent Bf ids Honored • '. > • Mrs Do'noVan j StUder, a neW, bride was honbr'ed at a get acquainted party Wednesday afternoon by membei's of the .Prairie Neighbors Club. Mrs Studer was, before her marriage on April 24: Donna Kajewski^of Cylinder. The young 'couple live "in a-tenant house on' the parental Herman' Studer farm. She was presented a 'lovely chenille spread and several other gifts. ASK THE , LADIES! Mothers, career girls, housewives — they'll- all tell you ihe importance of saving 1 And we're proud to count ihe ladies among our mosl successful savers. Their savings goals may vary. Bui — they all appreciate savings accounts insured ib $10,000 and earning a good return. Just ask ihe ladies 1 NOW PAYING 2'/ 2 % Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Since 1917 Algona, Iowa A Son Arrives A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Charles Seebeck Sunday, May 9, at the Britt hos- Dital. They also have two daughters. ' - . : Mrs Pf offer Hostess The Tuesday club met Tuesday, May 18 at Mrs L. L. Plotter's, with Beatrice Hildman as assist* ant hostess. Mrs Clara Erdman gave the lesson on "Citizenship," Mrs Mary Siefert and the Carl Albee family had as their Mothers Day guests Mr and Mrs Roy Wslhelmi of Austin, Minn.; Mrs Marshall Nicholson, Mrs Louisa Dooda and daughter, Judy, Emit Siefert all of Mason City and Dorothy Siefert of Britt Linda Newbrough, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough and a kindergarten pupil was swelled up last week from a siege of mumps. , Mrs R. E. Newbr6ugh enter- j tained her contract bridge club Mond"ajr evening, May 11 Mrs Viola Studer entertained her bridge club Wednesday after* noon, May.-l& Mrs Minnie Bleldh .was 1 a guest. Mrs Befritte VitsT- thqm will 1 'entertain the ladies jPnursday afternoon, May 27. ;* Mrs Ann Shipley, Who recerit-. ly sold her Diagonal Cafe in Algona is assisting . her brother* John Meyer and'his .wife in th#t cafe'here; afld is ItVmg with them in. their, apartm'eht in the Studer buildi«g. | Mrs : SK!pley operated a ,cafe .here a jiumber of years ago. '. '• ; •-•;''; Mr.;aha : Mrs Bill Loebig and fcf$iyfoe|e'Sunday May 9th dinner: guestii at 'the? Ted Armon home at Blue -Eahh; Minn. , Father; George 'Wessllng and his hdusekeeper, Emma Hodopp of Auburn,'former Wesley residents attended the-first Mass of Joseph Studer Jr. heV6 Monday morning, May 10. t ' I ; : The Brownies enjoyed a'picnic Tuesday, .af^erhodn, May ll al the 'horhe 4of, their! leader, 'Mrs Nyla Newbrough. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson and Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson and daughter attended a family dinner party , in the Orville Ols«n home in Bode, Sunday. May S in honor of Sumher Oppednhl v s nephew of Mrs Lester Larson whc left on Monday for army service. Wesleyans who are graduating from high school this' \veejc are Ted Hansen from Algcna public school, Robert and Shirley Eden, Titonka and Aria Moore, a former Wesleyan. at Titonka. Wesley, township homemakers met Tuesday. May 11 in the Raymond Catlson home with Mrs Anton Pearson as assistant. Mrs George Seaberg gave the lesson, Mr and Mrs Ed Ricke and family spent Saturday and Sunday, May 8 and 9th with relatives at Boone. Mrs Ida Funnemark had as net Mothers Day weekend guests Mrs Arvid ; Hultgren and daughter Alma Rysum of Sioux Falls. S. D.. Mr and Mrs Arthur Rysum and son of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Del Rogness and two children moved last vree& Ifoufh Takes ,* 11 . /., i 1 * *.« v •&** * Election Held la ttv» arr*i twrffo&wji, ti. tj. g.) Durwood Peter Walters. USNH, and S&SEasase ASscfetost; wete united in marriage April 27 in 'the ch&psJ »X MtOsrsrJ Ait Ffcrcw Base, near Tacoma, Wash. The bridal co-ajsfe, p«tee«E. a&e**;, is the son of Mr and Mrs Leo Walters 'of sw «£si the daughter of Commander and Mrs Lloyd Aker- .Ttojntai, Wstsfit.. " ' ' : Ls WklSers attstsdfci high school ,at Whittemore and Drake YiersSty-, BBS Mouiei. and was graduated, from the University »f liwa"3B»i C2Sk*ers Candidate School at Newport, R. I. He is a . Paul when that cruiser partictbatHC ta the late war. 'He is presently assistant com- to the Marion just northwest they have purchased. Rogness Js Paulson acreage of Wesley that FAMILY-STYLE Chicken Dinner MONDAY, MAY 31,1954 St. Michael's Parish Hull Whittemore, Iowa Sponsored by the Rosary Society Admission $1.25—75c and 50c Serving to begin at 11:30 a. m. » wa3B» *ers anate coo at ewport, R. I. He Ksseoa veteran^ haringr served on the USS St. Paul when cruiser partictbatHC ta the late war. 'He is presently assistant - munications oS!c«r on the USS Hancock, now at Bremerton, Wash. Miss Akerblom attended Friends' School in Philadelphia, Chevy Ciase and Mount Vernon Seminary in the District of Columbia, and the University of Maryland. The bridegrooms mother, Mrs Walters, aS well as the bride's parents attended the wedding. The couple wiU make their home in San Diego, CaHf. - , In answer to many inquiries, North Iowa Ashalt Co., Al- •w-sc^sr gona, Iowa, will process local streets with its hot asphaltic oil treatment, for the alleviation of Dust and the bonding of road surfaces, under the following arrangements: 1. At a cost of $60.00 per block, 20 ft. wide (300 ft. block). 2. If adjoining blocks are done, intersection will also be asphalt oiled without extra charge. / 3. Individuals in each and any block may organize collect the $60.00, and deliver it to our office at 208 East Grove St., not later than Saturday evening, May 29. 4. Work will be done by aproximately June 15, 1954, before Centennial Time. 5. A minimum number of 20 blocks in the city must come in on the project, or the work cannot be done 6. In case 20 blocks are not secured for this work, your money will be refunded Tuesday, June 1. SPECIAL NOTICE •w-i The City of Algona Street Dept. will, without any extra charge, prepare all streets for asphalt oilincj by scorify- ing and blading to meet North Iowa Asphalt Co. specifications. If Any Further Questions, Phone 394 North Iowa Asphalt Co. ALGONA, IOWA employed at the Hamilton Hatchery- The 'home vacated by Rogness has been rented by the Al Loebigs from Lou Lickteig who bought it from Mrs Clq Hutchison last year. The Loebigs. moved from their apartment above the billiard parlors. Homemakers hi Fenton Twp. To Meet May 21 Lone Hock—The Fenton Township Homemakers club will meet Friday, May 21, at the Marold Schlei home, with, Mrs Hugh Carney as co-hostess. There will be lessons on Shell Making and also Outdoor Cookery. Mrs Ernest Johnson, Mrs Al Baker and children, both of Madrid; Mr and Mrs Glenn Johnson of Los Angeles, Calif, were Thursday callers at the Rev and Mrs C. E. Nordine home. The P.W.O. Circles will meet next Thursday afternoon. May 20. at the following homes: the Myrtle circle at the R. M. Fortney home with Mrs A. D. Fortney assisting, Mrs Clair Bollinger has the lesson; the Frances Circle at the Charles Morris home with Mrs P. M. Christenspn assisting and Mrs Raymond Bierle having the lesson; the Mildred circle at the Ornie Behrends home with Mrs Eldon Marlow assisting, Mrs E. A. Lee having the lesson. Sylvia Worthington returned to Ft. Dodge Sunday after spending 2 weeks with her mother, Mrs Lillian Worthington. Mr and Mrs H. R. Pettit, Jot and Dana, Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer of Fenton called at the 1 George Pettit home Sunday. Mrs Dorothy Howe of Emmetsburg returned from Iowa City Sunday night, for a few days visit at the George Pettit home. She has been at the University hospital the past two months, recovering from a lung operation. Mrs A. A. Dreyer of Whittemore spent Wednesday afternoon visiting her brother, Mr and Mrs Edward Ohm. Mr and Mrs Robert Hanson and 'amily of Kalama, Washington spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of he sister, Mr and Mrs Don Houck. The Emil Person family spent Sunday afternoon at the Ralph Hammerstrom home in honor of the letter's daughter, Jean's 2nd birthday. Mr and Mrs Merton • Larson, Mr and Mrs E. A- Lee, Mr and Mrs L. V. Johnson surprised Don Marlow at his .home Wednesday evening in honor of his birthday Callers &t the C. F. Schultz home this week were Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Alex Kruger, Rev. C. E. Nordine, Mr and Mrs Merle Hanson and Kay Hamlin of Fairmont and A. A. Krueger. Mrs Daryl Hanson and daughter of Clarion, and Mrs Ray Snyder of Goldfield spent Wednesday at the Fred Genrich home. Kathie Sanson stayed with her grandparents and Mrt' Snyder also visited other friend? around Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris spent last weekend at the Jack Johnson home at Cowrie. Mrs Dan Froehliyh is spending this week at the Jim O Hara hpme. Mrs Jim O'Hara and infant son. Gerald Michael, returned home from the St. Ann tioai pital in Algona Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausmaju attended the Band Concert at Lakota Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen attended the funeral of Mrs Jensen of Ringsted at Ringsted Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Arnold Groskreutz, Mr Truman Ellefson were Thursday evening dinner guests at the W. J. Cotton home. Mrs Lee Pratt and Mrs Lois Trunkhill of Burt were" callers a week ago Friday night at the Maude Blanchard hpme. • Mrs C. Householder, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Mirs H, A. •Blanchard spent Wednesday afternoon at-the Ralph Reidel home at Ringsted. FOUND While working in his garden last week, Ben Grimm of Humeston found a class ring which had been lost for 15 years. It was the property of Mrs Theo. Cook. ... _. D. ol '''£, Court fill Joseph met Wednesday eveniit'' •in St^Jo'seph's $chb61 Hall»v 80 members in affSiJdancetJGr Regent 'Rosalia 1 Bormann led? Rosahf.. .• ' • ,*?*, The annual election oiofflcferg was held with Rosalia BorAiaWrt re-elected grand regent: ElizI-* beth Reding to succeed Caroline 2eimet,as vice regent; Mary Jane Orfger * re-elected prophetesk Pearl Kramer to suctfeed Alarjofle Capesius as lecturer; Susan Fn-j ders re-elected monitor;-Carolyn Weydert fo Succeed Florence McGuire "as secretary; /Florence "Klein re-elected treasurer;' Marjorie Capesius succeed Dorothy, Dig as ^istorian; Amanda Kohlhaas re-elected sentinel; Adeline i Wagner re-elected musician; Florence McGuire and Lizzie Reding Were, elected 3-year trustees to succeed Susie Kohlhaas and i Rosalia Frideres. .' The -new officers will take over their duties after the installation of officers at- the "next meeting on June 9. Prizes, were; awarded to Genevieve Weydert, .Francis Hilbert, and Caiunen Wagner. Grand Regent Rosalia Bormann, ( F.lor- ence McQuire and Caroline'Wey-' dert attended the C.D. of A. State convention in Des Moines and gave a very interesting report of their trip. •' < ; Lunch Committee' was Josephine Hilbert, Clara Wagner, Anna Faber, Eunice Bormann, Elizabeth M. Reding Susie .Kohlhaas, Johanna Smith, Molly iFoth.'Erah' ces Stoffel and Gertrude A. Reding- , • , -s •% Mr and Mrs Will Reding of here and: Mrs A. Kurth of Blue Earth visited in ^Minneapolis Sunday and Monday with Mrs-Reding and Mrs Kurth, father Jake 2armann and with other relatives. : Donald Hilbert, oldest son of Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert, had the misfortunte Saturday morning to 'all off his pony, and fracture a eg. , Mr and Mrs George Klein, Mrs Nick Schriner and daughter Arene all from Watkins, Minn, visited several days here. with relatives and friends. Mr and tfrs Klein are parents of Alyin Clein of here and Nick Klein of jivermore. Math Becker was a nephew, whose funeral services they attended in Wesley. Mr and Mrs'Will Reding of here and Mrs Augusta Kurth of Blue Earth spent several days the first of the week in Minneapolis with Mrs Reding and Mrs Kur.th'4 father Jake Garmann and with other relatives.! > j Mrs Susie Frideres,. Mrs Henry Zeimet of Liverrriore" and Mrs Mike Wagner of Algona fctteftdtfd the pky "Everynun" in which Mrs Trlderes' daughter Maflene was a member in the cast oi- OUumwa Heights' College inOU| tumwa-on Monday evening. They returned home on Tuesday. Mrs John Kemna of Bancroft, aunt of r Mrs Frideres, stayed here duririg"' their absence. , Pvt. Franklin Wagner.. son of Mr and Mrs G. Wagner, indtfcted into service Dec. 9, 1953, sailed 'Uesday, May 11, frdrrt Brooklyn, tf/Wfor Germany Mere'he Will be? Rationed 'fcfr 16 months. Pvt. Wagner was 8*1951 graduate pf Joseph's 1 High school, ' \SA toar/ Seller and s6fl Geo. irti.WatertoWri/S.-IX are visit- here this yW/jekj-'-'"' - 1 " 4 Maggie- TWlgei Srftt aft auftt ,of Math' Becker df Wesietf whtfse funeral services were Tuesday mornirfg 'at St, Joseph's-. Chulpbh at Wesley.', ( ; « _- --• - -'i i i - imanm v , t Honored Inf Election C. R. Johnson of Spencer, fofm- ertAlgbria iftan. now district manager tff 'the 1 Equitable Life of tjie UiS., was recently elected regional vice 'pYesident of the Iowa State Life Underwriters ASs'n, at the annual meeting held in Waterloo- t' ' • i .^.^ i .» ,— in the AJgtiiu tJppe'r Des M61nes reacnos more families in Kossuth county thaa "an$' othei 1 fiublitmtion. SEE AND HEAR KGLO-TV * OnA NEW 1954 SEE OUR COMPLETE 1954 LINE NOW! 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