The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1954 · Page 4
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\ V' * (la.) V.P4W. Daughters' Tea— About 90 mothers and Daughters attended a tea held fit the local post building, May 10. Th& committee in charge included Marian Balluff, Mar jorie Bartholomew, Audrey DeNio, Georgia Fitzgerald, May Fitzgerald, Ddra and Emma Hagg, Emily Shackle* lord and Dorothy Zeigler. Delegates from the local auxiliary who attended the district meeting at Garner included Delia Hegarty, Darlene Immerfall, Margaret Reese and Lula Kelly. -Mrs. Immerfall and' Cheryl, and ft|r.s. Hegarty and Emil Jean' also attended a May Day meeting for junior units held May 15 at Marshalltown. Townsend CUib Mel— Algona Townsend 'Club met Tuesday evening, May 25, at the W. R. Carney home. The evening was spent socially following the business meeting, and luncheon was served by the hostess. Mrs. Muckey will entertain the Townsend ladies Monday afternoon, June 7, at an afternoon of popular games and luncheon. The next regular meeting will be held June 8 at the A. M. Anderson home. Mrs Augusta Beitz accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Rike to . Bancroft Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Dale Hasty were visited Friday by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Vern Hasty of Duncombe. Mrs for the KCs as the locals evened their , season mat k in league action at 1-1. c ^ G-amds this' Sunday , include: Emmetsburg at Livermore, Lofie Rock vs. St. Joe at Bode and Algona KCs-at Rodman. Rodman is the defending champion and is undefeated in twrf league starts. ' Letts Creek ai School ai' J:|ft p.m.! June 25, Gfalit* ;Jtffid! 26, Whittefflore at HerfflaM. KoU lath's, 9:00 A.m. afttf Portland dale 1 is tiOt yet set. Mr and Mrs Russell Maxwell had the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Maxwell of Eagle Grove, as' Memorial weekend guests. • Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell were visited over the weekend by. their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and family of Adel. Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl went to Ottosen Sunday and ft. A. Davidson and his siller Mrs Ethel Gilles .drove to Emmetsburg Monday for the Memorial day services. Mrs Hailie McKee is moving from the Fred Peterson apartment on east McGregor street to the Minnie Medin apartment ;on South' Wooster street. '. ' >• {. Mr and Mrs Eml« Godfreoson were visited over the Memorial weekend by Mrs Kate Godferd- son Of Chicago, 111. She alfeb visited other relatives here, / Me and Mrs Dale Heeran and daughter left Saturday to spend, the Memorial weekend at Hampton With Mr and Mrs Earl Saxton, uncle'and aunt of Mrs Heer-an arid with friends. Sunday they went to Allison to attend a Heeran family reunion picnic. Mrs. Alice Werne'rl recently sprained an ankle and.has been unable to get around very much. She was visiting-jwith her neighbor Mrs George Benschoter and stepped off a little raise of ground and was thrown off balance. Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen are the parents of their second child,, a' baby daughter, born Sunday, May 16, at St. Ann hospital. The infant weighed six, pounds and 15 ounces, and has been named Diane , Rose. Mr and Mrs P.- W. Harisen are the maternal grandparents. ( . •• - ' • "Mrs Charlotte Gorley has returned to her home' 'at sErnmets- burg after being here a few weeks nursing. Charles Potter. Mr Potter died Friday 'evening at six-thirty -o'clock following, a •ingering sickness. He had been troubled ' with arthritis many ye'ars^ after* Which complications set in. Start This Week The .22 boy's 4-H clubs of the coumy are noldmg a club tour during June in order to visit each me'mber's project. On the tour members will have an opportunity to display their projects, discuss management practices and •receive suggestions from their leaders and better'.acquaint parents with the club, program. Many ' clubs will climax their tours with a picnic lunch and a ball game. ' Clubs and their tour dates are as follows: June 1, Algona, start at Art Benschote'r's at 10:00 a.m.; Lincoln at Dave Grimes, 9:30 a.m.; June 2, Plum Creek at Eugene Lovstad's, 8:00 a.m.; Prairie meet at the school at 8:30 a.m.; June 3, Greenwood at Soderberg's, 8:00 a.m.; June 4, Union at Ken Strayer's, 8:30 a.m.; Fenton at Berkland's at 1:00 p.m.; June 5, Garfield at the West Bend Junior FahX June 7, Buffalo at John Smidt'rt, 9:00 a.m.;! Jtine 12.; SWea-Harrlson, at Towrt Park, 9:00 a.m.; June .14, Wesley,:'W.alt' Smith's at 8:30 a.m.; Seneca at Crouch Bros, at 8:30 a.m.; Lakdta at Paul Trenary's at 5:30 p.m.; Ramsey at Leander Vaske's. 7:00 p.m.; June 15, Eagle at Merlon ^oalson's, 8:30 a.m. -Burtj J. D. Andrews at 8:30 a.m.; June 16, St. Joe, McGuire Bros., 4:00 p.m. June 21, LuVerne," Jim Behnkendorfs, 9:00 a.m.; ;with a degree of Assdciate in dah h?d had a picnic supper with Harlan's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen. . Mrs Jurene Heeran has return.- ed to her home at Hampton Rafter spending the school year heye with her son and daughter-in-la$ Mr and Mrs Dale Heeran arid little daughter Cindy. ; ' Mr and Mrs Melvin Van Buron and son Michael and Wanda ,Van Buren of Denver, Colorado, Were Friday afternoon callers 1 at the R. • E. Lieb home. Mrs. Lieb is ah aunt of Melvin 'and i Wanda. ' Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg drove to West Bend Thursday evenirjg Farewell Party At Lone Rock Lone Rock — A farewell oarty was given Mr and Mrs G. Hanna and family Sunday evening by the following friends and neighbors: Mr -and Mrs Wilfred Radig, Mr and Mrs Harold Holmgren, Mr and Mrs Will Gifford, Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck, , Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt, Mr and Mrs F. Dreyer, Roy Bierle, Mr and Mrs" Edw. Ohm, Gordon and Willard, Mrs Ella Hanna, Fairmont, and Myrtle Hanna of Sioux City. ; ; The evening was spent playing cards and socially. . A gift' was given the Hanna's and at midnight. a two course luncheon was served by the' hostesses, Mr and to visit Mr Zaugg's brother-in law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ray Banwart. Mrs Banwart has been sick but is now recovering. Mr and Mrs Melvin- Bay and family spent the Memorial weekend at Millard, Neb., with Mrs Bay's parents, Mr and Mrs C. F. Kuehl and at Elkhorn, Neb., with Mr Bay's father, Henry Bay. . Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Russell Maxwell was graduated Friday frpm the Buena Vista college at Storm Lake. His parents, Mr and Mrs Russell Maxwell and sister Shirley, were in attendance. Mrs Minnie Matern was visited over the Memorial weekend by her sons and daughters-in-law Mr and Mrs Hugh Matern of Stewarlville, Mr and Mrs Michael Matern of Norwood and daughter Arlene Matern of Minnepol- .s, Minn. Mr and Mrs Russell Maxwel had as guests last week Russell's parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Maxwell of Eagle Grove and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr am Mrs Arnold Maxwell and daugh ter Mrs Don Frizzel of Dows They came to attend the gradua tion of Shirley, daughter of th Russell Maxwells. Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcolt left Monday for St. Petersburg, Fla They had planned to go sooner but Ed had been having trouble with a thumb felon and could not leave while under a specialists care. They expect to be back by June 10 when the son, Larry will be home for a brief vacation. He is a student at the Iowa State college and plans to attend sum- aier school. Mrs : Robert and Everett Hanna. KC's Score 13-11 Win On Sunday The Algona KCs notched their first win of the campaign Sun- lay, a 13-11 conquest of Mallard at the KG Park. No other league games were reported, although two others were on the schedule. John Dole hung up the win Decorate Groves Then Drops Dead S<(lr*4 Cify-rGedrge MeA'dams. 82, popped-, flead tin the .street at' Armstrong' early' Satin-da? morning, only a few houfsf, afte* he and his brother Charles 'A. Me, Adams of Swea City Had'dekorat- ed the graves of their patents and Georgejs wife at the Swea City- eeffie, teiy.; He had complained to cemetery attendants of feeling ill at the lime, George McAdanis Was the oldest child, of the late Mr and Mrs S. H. McAdairfs, north Kossuth county pioneer presidents; He is* survived by twer sons; James of Pennsylvania and Leonard of Franklin, Minn F.our brothers and three sisters' also survive: they are Charles of Swea City, James of Fairmont, Minn., Ed of Whittier. Calif., Homer of Walla Walla, Washington, Mrs Lue (Stella) Bishop of 'Walker Mo., Mrs Emma Nelson of Center, No. Dak., Mrs A. M. (Lizzie) Wold of Brookings, So Dak, Alden Me >Adams. of Algona is'a nephew. Mr McAdams was the former manager of the Farmer's Elevator at Armstrong, but jhad; been re- Jired for some time. Commerce* ' - • ; : Those attending were: Mit and Mrs Fred Meyer a|ld>famlly oj Algona;,Mf and M$* Met&r, Stfu* ecker, Mrs Fred Boettseher, Mrs Frank Seeiey, Mrs Clarence-Zumach, Mr and Mrs.Emii Biefstedt and Carol, Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland afid family, Mrs Paul. Zumach and Mr and Mrs B, ,Q. Berkland' of Fehldn, . ' - i nn .i 1— L f i I ', f Moose. \ A meetirig of; Women {of the Moose' including Initiation and, election is slated tot. Thursday evening, June 3; . .A ^free .Dad s Day dance" is 'set for Saturday night, including a • |mOrga3bordi Tilonka—Funeffil services were held'Mohday morning at St.Peter and Paul's church for Teresa Govern, lOj daughter of Mr and Mrs James Govern .of--Blue Earttu The Governs form'erly lived dt;Ti- tonka, and Mrs Govern is the for- Jaities Meyer Is Grad At Waldorf Friday morning, May 28, annual commencement of 'Waldorf College was held at the Civic Auditorium. A class Of 87 students graduated, -among them James Meyer of.AJgona. He graduated LOAD UP TAMITX1V -we CAR I UNI •*• The Kettles Are Coming! Starts Sunday! ALGONA*, Back on the Screen.,, asked Wednesday & Thursday Coming Friday & Saturday Charlton Heston in "Arrowhead" plus "Callav^ay Went Thataway" Bargain Matinees Diaily ALGONA^i Now! Thru Thursday 5>-bs. 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