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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 1, 1954
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(la.) Upper Dei Mettles Tuesday, June 1, 1954 sell Maxwell are chairmen. The program theme Is "The Student in Today's World." Girls of the M. Y. F, will also take part. W, 3. C. 3. Women of the Methodist W. S< C. S. will meet Thursday June 3. Mrs Joe Tschetter and Mrs Rus- In A Jaunty New Collection At the HUB TO 5 95 Get oul from under thai old hat, and under one of these breeze-in- viling light weight Hub slraws . • • they're mighty dapper in appearance and beautifully shapedl Pork pie type crowns as well as traditionally good pinched crown. Puggree, and plain color bands. (WILLIAMS Installation of Officers 'Mrs Beverly Zender was hostess to members of Alpha, Psi chapter 6f Beta Sigma'Phi sor- roity Tuesday evening, May 25. The last regular business meeting of the season was conducted by the retiring president, Mrs Irma Dee Cook, and lessons were given by Mrs Helen Schlievert and Mrs Pat Taylor. Mrs Jeri McKean conducted installation ceremonies for the following newly-elected officers; Mrs Helen Haas, president; Iris Lieb, vice president; Beverly Harvey, treasurer; Mrs Donna Lemkee, .corresponding secretary; Mrs Shirley Schenck, recording . secretary; Jean Lensing, extension officer, arid Mrs Beverly Zender, city council representative. There will be no regular business meetings during the summer months, but the group will meet once a month for a social evening. The June hostess will be Jean Lensing. Irvinglon Club Elects The Irvington Homemakers club met at the home of Sadie 'Mawdsley on May 19, with Deloris Schnakenberg and Edith McGinnis as assisting hostesses. Sadie Mawdsley reported on the contact meeting she attended. Leola Hansen attended the Cook- Out lesson and gave this lesson to the club. . Election of officers was held and the following were elected: Deloris Schnakenberg, president; Grace Phillips, vice president; Dorothy Raney, secretary; Ellen Raney, treasurer. The program was given by Marie Seimers and was on Jerome Kerns. Debbie Krause sang "Young at Heart." The next meeting will be the picnic on June 9, which is to be held at the Athletic park. Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs J. B. Asa will observe their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, June 6, with an open house at their home .at 115 E. Oak St., from 2 to 5 p. m. The Asas were married June 5, 1929, at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs L. E. Krantz in Algona. A family dinner is being planned for noon, Sunday. Mrs Rea'Hutchison of Waterloo, a sister of Mrs Asa, who was matron of honor at the wedding, will be here for the occasion. Shower Courtesy Women of the First Lutheran church and a few friends are giving a miscellaneous sho%ver Tuesday at the church for Mrs Gene Hendrickson, nee Gwen Bake_r, who is leaving soon to join her husband in California where he is in service. Is Bond Queen From Lone Rock JOAN BERdESON Joan Bergeson has been enter* ed as a candidate for Miss North Iowa in the 16th North Iowa Band Festival, chosen by members of the Lone Rock High School band. She is a niece of Mr and Mrs O. Behrends, Lone Rock. Her uncle is a farmer. A junior in high school, she is interested in the band, chorus, dance band and instrumental ensembles. She is alsooon the annual staff. Miss Bergeson enjoys dancing, swimming, tennis and sewing and makes many of her own clothes. An outstanding student academically, Miss Bergeson also takes part in most of the activities ->f the school. She will represent Miss Lone Rock in the North Iowa nand festival parade and throughout the day's festivities for the queens in Mason City. '(Cut courtesy Mason City Globe- Gazette). Ai Parly " Mr and Mrs Art Wlese entertained relatives and- friends Thursday evening afte? cbrn- mencerneni in honor" of their daughter Sandra Hudson* Those attending Were the ReV. Mid Mr? Luther Ldesch, Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen, Mrs Johanna Hansen. Mr and Mrs Erich Wlllrett and' family, Mr and Mrs Milt Dahl, all of Algona, Mrs Clarence Coleman, Tommy, Carols arid.Lenore, of Adaml, Minb.,.Mr.an4 Mrs Willis Biesch of S't Benedict and Mr and Mrs Clarence-Nielsen of LuVerne. Farewell Courtesy : Mrs MeMn Bay gave an informal coffee Friday morning for Mrs Maurice Anderson who is going to texas with" her husband who is' in, service .arid will be located .,there "awhile. 'Guests, Were Mrs John Burton, Mrs Don Frederick, Mr's Bob Henderson, Mrs Don NicHol, Mrs L6ster,Rhodes, Mrs Ed Sindelar and MrS'?WSllard Steffan and* the respective' children. ' . \ '•'•" ' '. '' " '" •"•' '" Presbyterian Women Circles . of i the Presbyterian Womens Organization will meet Thursday afternoon, June 3: A- Mrs Ralph Brown; B-Mrs. Willis Etherington, Mrs Hugh- Colwell, program; C-Mrs Willard Gregson assisted by Mrs Richard Leigh- D-Mrs Cleve Stewart assisted by Mrs Jess Hill; E-Mrs Frank Butts assisted by Mrs Bert Cronan, Mrs Albert Reid, program. BfidttI . Betty Jo Jensen and Joan Fain- gave a" miscellaneous bridaf shower Tuesday evening for Patricia Batper who is td be married June 13, Th6se in attendance Were teachers Mrs Dale Heeran,/ Mrs Leighton Mlsbach, Mrs Edna Oldacher, Mrs Mark Stahton. Virginia Marston, Betty Ann Jones, Mary Helen Rartey, Katherlne Sorenson and Mary Schwabauer. Baptist Women Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon. June 3. Hostesses will be Mrs Newton Hieter and Mrs Charles Reaper. Mrs* Don Sparks will give the lesson. Guild Luncheon The June circle of St. Cecelia's guild will serve a luncheon Thursday, June 3, at the Academy hall, from 11:30 to 1:18; p.-m. Chairladies are Mrs Ronald Taylor" and Mrs Leonard Goecke; Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Campbell Humphrey entertained the members of her bridge club Friday: afternoon. Riverdale Rustlers 1 Riverdale Rustlers met May 15 in the St. Joe Hall. Roll call was answered by 18 members, 'Norma Jean'Reding, Jo Ann Erpelding, Alice Sue Bormann and Cathy Hilbert were appointed as the committee for the centennial float. Tom A RTIN Sixteen consecutive years in Washington, as Congressman from Iowa, gives Tom Martin the experience and train* ing to serve lowans well as U.S. Senator. During the critical years ahead, Iowa needs the leadership Tom Martin will provide. Vote for the Iowa farm boy who has earned the respect of the nation for his judgment arid legislative skill. \ THOS. I. MARTIN for U. S. SENATOR / / Republican Primary, June 7 \ Paid for by the Martin for Senator Committee — A. C. Gustation, Sec'y. ... Chuck's Food Mart • Lbs. only WITH THIS COUPON Redeemable at CHUCK'S FOOD MART Wed 30 Years Mr and Mrs Albert A. Johnson, Bancroft, celebrated . their thirtieth wedding anniversary,- May 27, with a dinner at the Johnson House in Algona and a reception at their home following. A total of 28 guests attended, including Gene Reiter and family, Ruthven; Mr and Mrs Heiko Beenken, Webb; Robert Ogren and Beth Hum, Lakota; Mr and Mrs •'"Jeorge Johnson, Mr and Mrs S. I. rlammond, Mr and Mrs Donald Johnson and Mrs Mervin Kelley, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Milfred Smith and Jean, Burt; Mrs Veronica Jaqua and Ervin Plenge, Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Herman Peterson, Bancroft. The Johnsons were married May 27, 1924 at St. Cecelia's rectory in Algona by Father Davern. Sixth Birthday Mrs John Buscher gave a party Wednesday honoring the sixth birthday of her son, Dean. Guests were David and Larry Bode, Judy Bickert, Jon Deim, Cindy Heeran, Patty and Nancy Muckey, Lynn and Leslie Norton and Randy and Sandy Platt and mother Mrs Francis Platt. Games were played and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. John Buscher also entertained Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buscher and Donnie at dinner last week Saturday evening. The guests recently returned from England where Mr Buscher had been in service. The family has now aone to an army base in Maine. Kossuth County's Oldest Plum Creek Meeting The Plum Creek Homemakers met May 26 at the home of Hazel Seely. Violet Davis, Lorraine Carnpney and Doris Keith were assisting hostesses. Elfreda Clark reported on the "Get out the vote" meeting held at Burt May 25, Ann Drone reported on the county school meeting, and Beverly Kain, who taught at Thompson this year, told of the "Goals of Teaching." The club voted to have a booth at the Kossuth County Fair, and set June 20 as the next meeting date. It will be a music meeting at Millie Slagle's and Evelyn iode will have charge of the pro- ram. THE CHRISCHILLES STORE will feature authentic Centennial DRESSES AND SKIRTS, beginning this week. These garments are made from fine prints, trimmed with fine laces and frills, come in sizes 8 to 52 (larger sizes must be special ordered) and sel for $8.95 and $10.95. Skirts are $5.98. These authentic garments are not to be confused with "Square Dance Frocks" or "Squaw" dress* es but are the REAL THING. Get into the spirit of the Centennial by wearing one of these dresses EVERY TUESDAY AMD-at all special occasions from now until July 4th. CHRISCHILLES STORE Graduation Party Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson entertained after the graduation Thursday night of Wendell ~'hnstensen, son of Mr and Mrs Jlarence Christensen, of Titonka, rom Algona high school. Others n attendance were Mr and Mrs Wilbur Christensen and Mrs Ross Sultington of Titonka, Mr and VIrs Alvin Anderson and Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Donna of Burt, Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe, Mr and Mrs Vern Teeter, Mr and Mrs Cliff Teeter and Mrs D. A. Teeter. Trinity Lutheran Women Women of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 3. Hostesses will be Mrs Harry Helmke, Mrs Kenneth Kickbush and Mrs Arthur To Meet Thursday Women of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 3. Hostesses will be Mrs H. T. Bunkofske, Mrs Clav- . ion Percival, Mrs Swan Luridh and Mrs Don Wood. F A •f; H E R S D A Y time to think of Congregational Dinner The annual meeting of the Congregational church members wil be held Thursday evening, June i at which time a six o'clock din ner will be served. UDM Pay Dtvidtad* C Q M E S J U N E 2 0 Father's Day comes but once a year . . . and the gift that honors him .on "his day" should bs carefully and wisely chosen. 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