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Tuesday, June 8,1954 Igotrai Tuesday, June 8,1954 JUNIOR LEGION NINE LOSES 2 IN OPENER If sweet soft drinks leave you thirsty... SWITCH TO °J!& NEVER AN AFTER-THIRST Fresh, clean taste as you drink Squirt ... freth,'clean taste after you drink Squirt.,. • Never an afler-thirst! > DIX BOTTLING CO., Estherville, la. LuVerne Church Groups Active On Many Programs COPVfttOHT HI* r «M»N« • No more drapes, curtains or blinds when you have Sunshine Vertical Drapes. No more dry cleaning bills, endless ironing, fading-drapes. Choice of over 30"decorator colors in fabric or plastic: Beecher Lane Appliances In Cowan Bldg Supply Bldg. Phone 778 The general meeting of the Women's Society bf Christian Service met in the rooms of Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, June-2. Hostesses were Mrs. Sylvester Brace, chairman, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mrs. Van Hansen, Mrs. Raymond Nelson, and M r s. Wayne Sortensen. -Devotions were by Mrs. Ray. Agard. Mrs. Lloyd Larsoh had the topic which was combined with the pledge service. Mrs. William Goetsch, general president, presided at the business meeting.' ; Mrs. Frank BlanChard of Davenport was a' guest. U. B. Church Group Meets ' The Woman's Society of World Service of the EJvangelical United Brethren church entertained the Mission Band and Little Heralds, their leaders, Mrs. Fred Merkle and Mrs. Lawrence Marty at a pot-luck picnic at the church rooms. Thursday afternoon. The program for the afternoon was presented by the children of the two groups on projects they have accomplished under direction of their leaders. , Mrs. Bernard Wolf, vice-president of the society presided at the business session. An invitation was read from the society of the Stillson E.U.B. church for the local society to be their guests in July. , • Families Move > •Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Hefti and son Marlin moved Monday to make their home in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon'-Scott and family who purchased the t home of Mr. and Mrs. Hefti moved Tuesday to their new home. Mr. and Mrs. William Prior, Donovan, and Sally moved to the Harold Phillips residence vacated by the Scott family. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Buske and children moved to the house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Perg- barber shop to be known as.Les Barber Shop. He has set up his equipment in the recently re* modeled front room in the Henry; Loerwald building next door; gouth of the town hall. Mr. Calkins was previously em-: ployed by Arthur W. Dimlfer, in his barber shop. Mr. Calkins took his training at a tonsorial schbol in Des Moines. Canadian Wedding Invitations have beeii' received for the wedding of Miss Grace Norma Harrison, youngest daughter of Mrs. Beatrice Lichty Harrison and John Douglas Parr Saturday, June 19. The 7:30 .service will be read in the Avonlea United church, Domain, Manitoba, Canada. Mrs. Harrison is the sister of Joseph L. Lichty, Phil C. Lichty, Harry H. Lichty and Miss Grace Lichty of Lu Verne. Attend Teachers' Banquet Mrs. 'Elmer Kubly, Mrs. Guy ancle and family. - vacated by the Prior Opens Barber Shop Leslie Calkins, has opened up a Mr. Helm has now received his discharge. IHe pfcms to attend summer school at Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls. Prior to entering the service Mr. ftelm taught the seventh and eighth grades in LuVerne school two years. Nebraska Trip Mr. and ' Mrs. Harold Hansen, . Andre, Miss Myrtle Jordon, Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. Van- Hansen and Mrs. Grover Rentz at-i tended the banquet for former rural school teachers of Kossuth county at the K.C., hall, Thursday evening, May 27. Mother Passes Mr,, and Mrs. George S,chnetzer left Friday, June 4, for Osceola, Missouri, called by the death of his mother. Mrs. George Schnetzer, Sr., age 60 years, passed away early Wednesday morning in her home after a lingering illness. Funeral services and burial took place Saturday. Mrs. Anna Blumer of .Algona, mother of Mrs. George Schnetzer is staying with their children on ,the farm during their absence. Out Of Service Sgt. and Mrs. Harlan Helm of Fort Sheridan, Illinois, arrived Friday morning and will visit, in the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hefti and Mr. arid Mr«. George Helm ,at Crystal Lake. After. ,21 mpnths-.o!. service accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Russell Kelley, Gary and Debra visited Saturday to Monday in Norfork, Nebr., at the homes of their daughters and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weidman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bathke and families. They came to Sioux City where Monday morning they, attended the graduation exercises of Morn- ingsid'e College. Their son and brother, Clifford Hansen, was a graduate. , Witness Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck announce the marriage of thdir youngest daughter, Marjory, and Paul Bell of Eagle Grove. The service was read at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 20, in the Corpus Christ! Rectory in . Fort Dodge. Attendants were Mrs. John Hamilton of Titonka, sister of the bride and Maurice Newman, Eagle Grove, friend of.the groom. The young couple are at home in Eagle Grove. Watch Grinnell Commencement Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk went to Grinnell Friday to. attend the. Commencement activities of the college there.,Their daughter, Miss Sally Shirk, is a graduate from a four year course. Mrs. Robert Bigings and Mrs. Albert Schneider are in charge of (he LuVeme Pharmacy during their absence. Parents Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blumer are the parents of a son, born Thursday afternoon, June 3, 1954 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Weight, seven pounds and six ounces and name, Stephen Peter. They have an older son, Tommy. Mrs. Peter Rempel, Minneap61is, Minn, and mother of Mrs. Blumer arrived late Friday to care for Tommy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer are the paternal grandparents. 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Mivand 'Mrs:-John VOss,~?tCf" of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. William B, Murray of Livermore, attended Mr and Mrs Albert A. Johnson The 30th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Albert A. Johnson of Bancroft was celebrated May 27 with a dinner at the John>on house in Algona and a reception at their home following dinner, twenty-eight guests attended. The Johnsons were married May 27, 924, at St. Cecelia's rectory in Algona by Father Davern. (Photo by Brown's Studio.) ,he Commencement exercises of ;he Eagle Grove Junior College, Thursday evening, May 27. Their sort, -brother and grandson, J. Dwight Voss was a graduate with the class in a two year course in engineering. Attend Commencement Mr. J. L. Lichty, the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason acco'm- Mrs. Clement Stripling and Harold Nielson, Jr., attended the commencement exercises at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake Triday evening, May 28. Carmen tollman was a graduate with the class. Miss Kollman will attenc .he summer school term there She will teach in the LuVerne school this fall. anied by Mrs. Goldie Johnson of ,os Angeles, Calif., visiting hexe went to Eyota, Minn., Wednesday P L we , ., to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stocker, • sister of Mrs. Johnson. On Thursday evening they .attended the high school Commencement exercises in Eyb- ta. Paul Stocker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stocker and' nephew of Mrs. Johnson was a graduate Attend B. V. Exercises Mrs. Elda -Kollman, Mr. and Mrs.' Ora Clayton, her son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Marvin-Hammond and daughter. Nancy of Elmwood, Wise., visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Eggleston. Mrs. Clayton is a sister of Mrs. Eggleston. She was called by the death of their brother, W. L. Reasoner of Rodman.' George Schnetzer has returned home from-Osceola, Mo., where he was called by the serious ill Mason City Is Victor Sunday, 3-0 And 7-4 Mnson City's Ju'nior Legion team ruined tho summer debut of the Algona Legion team by taking two games at the fairgrounds Sunday. The scores were 3-0 and 7-4. Mason City wrapped up the first game early, scoring two runs in the top of the first inning. Fleckenstein set the locals down without a hit through the tirst four • innings of the five- inning contest, and his mates dded an insurance run In the top )f the fifth. . Algona threatened in the last f the.fifth when Bill Fain reached first on an error. A strikeout followed, but Darrell Downs doubled to right field to put runners on second and third. Fleckenstein then whiffed Jim Galbraith and Bob Harms to end the ;ame. Fain allowed only six hits and two walks, while striking out 11 in the short game. Fleckenstein. ace of the Mason City high school team, hit one batter and struck out seven in getting the win. Algona took command in the second game, going ahead 2-0 in the home half of the first inning as big Doug Meyer slammed a home run over the left field fence after a walk to Don Cook. Mason City, thwarted by Larry Ciiristensen for two innings, finally tied the count in the third. An error, a- walk, a single by Fleckenstein and a hit batsman sent in two runs. The locals came back with a pair in the last of the third as Harms singled, Cook walked, Merle Loss doubled and Loren Nelson singled to make it 4-2. Four runs • in the top of the fifth sealed the fate of the locals. A walk to Clausen started it off. Dave Loucks then singled, Fleckenstein doubled, Frisk reached first on an error, and DeWitt singled to drive in the last two. 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For Your Vacation Trip A Conoco "Tour-Aide." Your Route Marked on Special Maps ON SALE NOW AT Struecker's Conoco Service Your Goodrich Tire Dealer In Algona riooilr» ch B.F. Goodrich RST for Algona, allowing six hits, four walks and'hit one batter, while striking but 10. Clausen hurled the first five frames for Mason City and gave up five 'hits and six walks, and he got five men on strikes. Fleckenstein finished and gave up one hit and a walk. Clausen was the winner. Downs and Meyer led Algona at bat in the two games, each jetting a pair of blows. Fleck- snstein notched three for the winners. Box score - second game: Mason City (7) AB R H Clausen, p, lb. 3 2 0 Loucks, 3b 3 2 1 Fleckenstein, rf, p. -.4 1 2 Frisk, cf. 3 1 0 Butler, ss. 4 1 1 Prohaski, lb. 2 0 0 DeWitt, rf. 2 0 1 Christensen, c. 3 0 1 McGee, If. 2 0 0 Woodhouse, 2b. 3 0 0 Lewis, 2b. 1 0 0 30 ,7 6 Algona (4) AB R H Harms, 2b. -3 0 1 Cook, cf. - 0 2 0 Meyer, lb. 3 1 2 Loss, c. 4 1 1 Nelson, 3b. ___ -4 0 1 Downs, ss. 2 0 1 Schuller, If. 3 0 0 Galbraith, If. 1 0 0 Fain, rf. 2 0 0 Christensen, p. 2 0 0 24 Mrs. Mawdsley, Portland Twp., Circle Hostess Portland—Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. entertained Circle "B" of the Burt Presbyterian church, Wednesday afternoon. Sixteen ladies attended. At Alumni Banquet Mr Robert Collett, Denver and Mrs Frank Becker attended a Nurses Alumni banquet at Rochester, Thursday evening and also visited relatives at Austin. Mrs Coliett returned home Friday. Mrs Roger Scott was hospitalized the past week and the little son was cared for by Mrs Charles Scott, Burt, Mrs Eugene Lloyd, Essex came for a visit last week with rela* lives here and in Burt. Dolores Mawdsley and a friend, both teachers from Williamsburg were Wednesday dinner guests at Roscoe Mawdsley's. Both ladies have positions in the Newton school for next term. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary left Thursday morning for a week of visiting and fishing with relatives at Osakis, Minn. The Portland Social Club will meet Thursday, June 10 »t the home of Mrs Harold Becker.