The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1954 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 25, 1954
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Toelday, May 25, T9S4 153 Attend A pnkaTea Held May f itonk'a i-t .The Brolherhdod of the Good Hope Lutheran church' served -the Mother & Daughter 'banquet held in the 'church parlors Thursday ' evening, May 20. The toastmistress was Mrs Edward Brandt and the guest speaker was the Dean of women Mrs Tjelstad 6f Waldorf college. The oldest mother present was Mrs - Boyd Pannkuk, , youngest daughter -present was Joselyrt Sleeker, daughter of Mrs Henry Sleeker, Jr., youngest mother present was Mrs John Rike and mothef With most da.ughlers present was Mrs Telko Sleeker with four. There were 153 guests present. Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Ben U. Meyers of Spirit Lake, They also, went fishing With goocf luck ^ptrfed, - _ " j , . ..—•'"it.l.i.- ; H . „» ., tea &» Maihati,' l [ *., ) > The Buffalo Boosters 4-H held a Mother's Tea at the hbmte nf Jane Amesbmy on, Saturday, May 15. '.Ouestar included -Mesi dames, Ted Dunrnire, Ervln Eden, Wnr Fritz, Jake Qeigler, Elroy Hatten. K, E. Hill. R. L..Kran,tz; Wml 'Peterson, Forrest Willis, Earl ZWelfel, Chris Brandt, Stanley Hards, L. G. Huber, Earl Stott, 'and the leaders Mrs Clarence Brandt and Mrs Ted HooVer, Jr. Mr and Mrs B. J. Gill and family of Goshen, Irid.. were guests of Mr ftnd «Mrs Robert Lang on Thursday arid Friday. Mf Gill and Mrs Lang are brother and sister. •Mr and Mrs Locke Easton oi Mason City were Friday and Saturday guests of Mr and Mrs Jack Easton. , Mrs Wm. Baddeley of Ayrshire came'Thursday to visit her daughter and to attend the Mother- Daughter banquet. She will return home Friday. Mr .and Mrs Rollie Pannkuk of Minnesota Lake, Minn, were- Sunday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand. A pre»nuptial shower was given CLOSED Monday, May 31 IN OBSERVANCE OF I MEMORIAL DAY Security State Bank Iowa State Bank THANK YOU Many thanks to the hundreds of Kossuth 'county farmers and Algona friends who visited us during our Grand Opening Saturday. Your presence and fine compliments on our new building were appreciated. And thanks for the number of floral displays. Prize Winners THERMOS JUG—Bob Wilberg, Fenton TWO GALLONS OIL—P. W. Arend, Bancroft SET OF SPARK PLUGS—Donald Besch, Whittemore Hovey Implement Co. North of Milwaukee Depot Phone 90 Algona McCullough's AIR AMBULANCE S E RV ICE To Iowa City-$50,00 To Rochester - $30.00 Attendant — Oxygen — All Modern Accommodations in Brand-New Plane Phone 521W McCULLOUGH'S Air Ambulance Service Phone 521W Seneca Band CAROL HURLBURT ' —Mitt St'ntet V , . .•,..-..... Carol Hurlburt will be a candidate i'K Miss North Iowa at the Band Festival June 8 from Seneca, chosen by members of the Seneca High School band. She is the daughter of Mr an,d Mrs Maynard Hurlburt, farmers living near Swea City. A junior in high school; Miss Hurlburt,is in.the sextette; girls' glee club and mixed chorus. She is vice president of her class and is a member of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. She plays basketball'and kit- tenball, is an accomplished tumbler and plays piano. Miss Hurlburt will represent Miss Seneca in the North Iowa Band Festival parade and throughout the day's program. in honor of Harriet. Radamaker at the Ramsey Reformed church Monday evening, May 17. Miss Radamaker will become the'bride of Gene Ringsdorf, June 4. Evelyn Willemssen was chosen Titonka's queen for the Band' Festival which is- to be held in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Robert Nielsen and Gary and Mrs Lour Spilde visited the Virgil Miller home Thursday and Friday. ' Mr and Mrs Richard Thackert of _ Woodward were Thursday evening guests, of Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and family. Mr and Mrs Bud Alke were Wednesday evening visitors at the Owen Tjaden home. Mr and Mrs Lester Reed and family of Eagle' Grove have moved to the home. vacated by the Lyle Opheim's. • Mr Reed is the new plumber for the Beed Hardware. Mr and Mrs Lester. Callies drove to Clara City, Minn., Tuesday to' buy merchandise for the store. They were accompanied by their store clerk, Verla Brandt. Mr and Mrs Otto DeWall flew to St.'James,-'Mlirri* ; 'W*dnesd«Jc HOSPITALS- to attend the funeral of a nephew of Otto's, Who was killed in a plane crash in 'California.. ,>They returned home that • evening. Mrs B. H. Schwerin was -hostess to the Buffalo Township Homemakers Club Friday afternoon with Mrs Raymond Bartlett as co-hostess. The Titonka Woman's Club met at the home of'Mrs R. L. Krantz Thursday evening. Mr and. Mrs Arthur Boyken and daughter left on a two week's trip to the southern States. They intend to visit relatives at Selma, Ala. and Luroy, South Carolina. Rev and Mrs Alton Schwandt of Mineola are the parents of a baby boy, born Thursday evening May 20. Mrs Schwandt is the former Mary Alke, daughter of Mrs Anna Alke. They have named the baby Nathan Williamr Mrs George Sachau entertained her sewing club Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Glenn Miller and daughters left for Versailles, Mo. Friday evening to spend a few days with his brother and family, Mr and Mrs Wayne Miller. BeefAss'nTo Tour Thursday Bill Phelps, president of the Kossuth County Beef Association •has announced the following program for the tour next Thursday afternoon, June 3 at Swea City. Meet at 1:30 p.m. at the Wayne Thompson farm, 2% miles west and V> mile north of Swea City. Mr Thompson's feeding enterprise consists of 62 steers which he plans to market in 60 days. Albert A. Anderson farm at 2:15 p.m., 7 miles north and l l /2 east of Swea City. This enterprise consists of 35 steers in dry- lot to be marketed in mid June. Win. Phelps farm at 2:45 p.m., 8 miles north and 4',2 west of Swea City. Here are 150 yearlings on feed of which 113 are spayed heifers. They were purchased October 5. A short meeting with Rex Beresford, beef specialist; Dale Hull, ag. engineer and Ken Fulk, is planned at Mr Phelps' farm as a coffee time. This vyill be a question period in addition to the comments each of these men have at each stop. There is no charge and the public is invited to join the tour. Promoted To Sgt. Mr and Mrs Mclvin Kern hav. received word of the promotion of their son Dclmar Kern to staff sergeant in. the United States air. forc'e. Ik- has been in the service since July of 1951, and is stationed at Kelly Air Force base, San Antonio, Texas, at the present lime. Dehiiar and his wife, the former Joanne Wolcott, and their daughter Kristine are expected home on leave Die first' week in July. U-D-M Cldtsilicds Pay Dividends 0 iu. o oiij iviis vet Algoha.g irl.? lb. S o*. M&X 12 f Phil, B', Teylw; Al- goria, T & A; Cheryl Kay Grimm, Whittemo«e r surgery; Steven K. Holding, Hurt, hiedical. - May 13 ^».'Mrs Gfafne's Ackef- ,man, AIgdna ( tfredlpal^Mrs Ed" 9 oz. May 14 — Mrs James Blumer, Algofla, (maternity; Mrs Dennis Stripling, LuVerne, glvl 6 lb. 3^4 oz.; Mrs Helen W. Cunningham, Algona, medical! Mrs Francis Mienke, tferfton, maternity* Darold ttofer,' Sexton, medical; Harm Onnen, Britt, medical; Mrs Wm. Zimmerman, Algona, surgery. May 15—Mrs John Von Bank, West Be'nd, girl '8 lb. 8 oz. May 16—Phillis P. Wood, West Bend, medical; Rose E. Farrow, Lakota, accident; Mrs Arnold Danielson,. Algona, girl • 6 lb. 16 'oz.; Edwin E, Johnson, Algona, surgery. . May 17 —! Mrs Elmer Freidel, Algona, 'maternity; Patricia L., Gdetz, Wesley, T :8i A; Kristin Ann Rakow,< Wesley, T &"A; Mrs Dennis Weber, Whittemore, maternity; Thomas G. Nurre, Bancroft, medical; Mrs ,Tony Plemel, Algona, medical. ' ' .. May 17—Mrs Frank Knutzen, Algona, boy,-,9".lb. 14 oz.; Mrs Matt Frideres, Algona medical; Mrs Cecil Rezabek, Algona, boy, 8 lb. 3 oz. v , " May' 18 — Marliri Duffy, Sr., Whittemore, medical; Mrs Harold Elbert, Rodman, girl; 6 lb. 15% oz.; Mrs Robert Winter, Algona, maternity ; Michael Snodgress, Algpnif, accident; Mrst Willis Stru- epke'r,"Whittemore, gift, 8 lb. 8 oz. May 19—Marilyn Plathe, Lu- Verrie, T & A; Mrs Selma Vigars, Algona, medical; John Mahoney, Algona, medical, • ; May 20 —-Mrs Henry Lappe, Bancroft, medical; Mrs Tony Plemel, Algoria, toy; 3 lb. 2 oz.; W. C. Taylor." Algbna, surgery. - May 21—Henry Kohlhaas, Algona, .medical: Mrs R.' C. Dewel, Algona, tbris'illectoniy; Myrtle St. John, Algona,:medical; Joe-Weig, Wesley, medical. May 22 .-r* Mrs Harvey Punke, Cor with, r medical (expired); Sister Mary Anysiar Bode, medical. 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