The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1954 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 7, 1954
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^!*'^" 4-Algona (Id,) Upper Pea Molnei Tuesday, September 7, 1954 Enroll At Lone Rock As School Opens ' Lone Rock ^- The Lone'Rock school has an enrollment of 134 In the' grades and 54 in high school. They began school Monday, August 30. There are 20 in the kindergarten, 18 in the 1st grade, 18 in the 2nd, 6 in the third, 13 in the fourth, 13 in the fifth, 13 in the 6th, 20 in the seventh, 13 in the eighth, 16 in the ninth, 13 in the 10th, 14 in the eleventh, and 11 in the twelfth grade. Band Mothers Elect The Lone Rock Band Mothers held a special band mothers meeting Wednesday evening at the school. Election of officers was held with Mrs Leo Ram us elected as president, Mrs Frank Dreyer as treasurer and Mrs Geo. Long as secretary. A chicken dinner was planned in the future. Lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs J. F. Quinn, Mrs John Newbrough, Mrs Dick Wetzel, Mrs Eldin Marlow and Marlyn Bausman. gave a reading. Sharon and Fay6 Hantelman presented a skit and Judy and Terry Juhl of Fentoh sang two selections, and Judy ilayed her accordian. Barbara Joodell and Yvonne Bloomquist of Fairmont sang two selections. Mrs Dick Stahl gave a reading. Pat Etherington, sister of Mrs Krause, had charge of the guest book. Pat Etherington, Mrs Dick Stahl and Sharon Hantelman assisted with the gifts. Hostesses were Mrs F> W. Jentz, Mrs Don Berkland, Mrs Leo Schmidt, Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mrs Alex Radig, Mrs Elsie Dreyer, Mrs Gust Krause. Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mrs E. J. Frank, Mrs Chas. Newel, Mrs Amos Finnestad. Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs Al Willrett, Mre Geo. Jentz, Mrs Clarence Wegner, Mrs Eldon Hanelman, Mrs Al Bloomquist, Mrs Loren Miller, Mrs Dick Stahl. Erich Seegebarth home. Ben Seegebarth left Wednesday morning after spending 10 days? Visiting relatives; here, e :' "• * ? . Mrs tfcna'Schmidl ahd Martin of Fentoh called at the Edw. Ohm; home Thursday evening in honor of Mrs Ohm's birthday.. Gordon Ohm has resumed his teaching duties at Union Consolidated near LeMars. • Mr and Mrs Chas. Staudt and family spent the weekend at the parental Walter Staudt home at verYnillion. N. L. Cotton returned home Friday after a visit with his daughter, Mr and Mrs Harley Shellito at Spencer. Mrs Maude Blanchard spent from Friday till Tuesday Visiting Birthday Club The birthday club, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs J. F. QuLnn, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Alex Krueger, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Jim Long spent ilast Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Pauline McGuire. in Algona and enjoyed a chicken dinner at the'Johnson House that evening. Auxiliary Meets The American Legion auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the hall with the following hostesses: Mrs Roy Jensen, Miss Tena Jensen, Mrs Art Priebe.'Mrs Harlan Marlow, and Mrs Ralph Thompson. Mrs Elaine Saxton gave a report on cleaning the hall. Mrs B. L. O'Donnell and Mrs Dick Gross gave reports on the School of Instruction they attended a week ago. Mrs O'Donnell has planned a follow-up school of instruction in the future. The auxiliary gave a contribution towards the plaque that is to be placed in the new courthouse honoring veterans of the wars. her daughter, Mr arid Mrs Chester Alme at Ottosefi. Mr aftd Mrs Frank'Fki'g, Mrs Rose Kfaft and Mrs Roger'Jensen we\re 'among*those (from' Lone R6ck to attend the funeral of Mrs Wm Rath at Good Hope Tuesday afternoon. .;»,>; L • " *~ r Mrs Leo Ramus; called at t the C. F. Schultz home* last week; Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mrs Fred'k Schultz, Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow, Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger. Mrs Henry Schroeder, the A. A. • Krueger family and Andrew .Thomsen called this week. Mr and Mrs Charles Kurtz of Polk City spent from' Tuesday till Thursday at the home of Rev. and Mrs Cl E. NOrdihe. He is a brother of Mrs Nordines. \ a week agd Sunday. She is able to be up and about but must use a Wheel chair to qoMerve her, strength, Mrs Fred" Wegener Is . . AROUND ALGONA,. Lotls Creek Shower A miscellaneous shower was given recently for Mrs Howard Krause at the Lotts Creek church parlors. Decorations were in blue and white with an artificial wedding cake. Mrs Dick Stahl, the former Eunice Krause of Corpus Christi, Tex., had charge of the program. Gary Wolter sang two numbers. Renee Votteler sang two selections, Janice Zumach A picnic dinner was given Sunday at the Fenton park in honor of Rev. and Mrs Gust Bonn and daughter, Gayleen of Centerville, S. D., sister of Mrs Walter Krause and Mrs F. W. Jentz. Others present were Mr and Mrs Al Bloomquist and family, Mr and Mrs Loren Miller and Valerian Jentz of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs F. W. Jentz and son, James, Mr and Mrs Don Berkland and family. Mr and Mrs Eldon Hantelman and family, Joan Hantelman, Mrs Howard Krause and Mr and Mrs Walter Krause. Honors as "sailor of the week" at Yorktown, Va., recently went to Uester E. Schultz, RM1, USN. Schultz' is a member of the communication division and was strongly recommended by his division officer. ( Mr and Mrs Leonard Fossum and family of Cambridge, 111., spent Thursday and Friday at the Ralph Hammerstrom home. Music letter awards for '53 and '54 were presented to the Lone Rock high school students. Last years seniors: JoAnn Schadendorf, Dennis Priebe, Delores Volentine, Max Flaig, Dean Culbertson, Ralph Richards, Delilah Schmidt. This years' seniors, Janet Krueger, Barbara Quinn, Diane Hovey, Joan Bergeson. Juniors: Virginia Marlow, Marjorie Houck, Janet Newbrough, John Cotton, and sophomores, Sharon Gardner, Madonna Marlow, Judy Newbrough. Jim Larson and Bernard Pettit attenjded a flight breakfast at Webster City last Sunday morning. ; Mr. and Mrs Alex Krueger spent Thursday evening at the Frank Flaig. home. Mrs Dean Jergenson and children of Algona spent Wednesday afternoon there. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig spent Wednesday evening at the H. A. Holmgren home. Mi* and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel and Mrs Victor Dreyer of Swea City, Mr and Mrs W. O. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Glenn Sabin ami girls, Mrs Tena Kading of Algona, Ben Seegebarth of Kokomo, Ind., spent Tuesday evening at the Mr and Mrs Dale OH, former Algonians now of Waterloo, are parents of twin boys. The babies, identical twins have been named Stephen Arthur and Brian William. The Otts also have two other sons. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee went to Clinton on Saturday to spend the Labor Day weekend at the home of Mrs Sigsbee's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Wegener. The Executive Board of Girl Scouts in Algona has completed its roster of members for the 195455 Sc6uting year. Mrs Richard P. Norton is chairman and Mrs Leo Cassel is vice chairman. Mrs Orlan Ott is secretary, Mrs William Steele, treasurer and Mrs Dick Burt, registrar. Public relations are in charge of Mrs Wilbur Reinders, finance chairman is Mrs Craig Smith and the program committee is Mrs Bob Richardson and Mrs Kenneth Strahorn. The organization committee consists of Mrs John Hopkins and MSB Harlan Sigsbee. Leader training is in charge of Mrs William Ankenbauer and nominations, Mrs Rex Taylor. Juliette Low chairman is Mrs Frank Moulton. Mrs E. E. Funfar is camp chairman. Mr and Mrs William Allen be came the parents of a baby daughter last Tuesday at St. Ann hospital. This is their third daughter and she has has been named, Nancy. Mrs Albert Pergande and son Jimmy, Mr and Mrs Victor Roch- leau and family returned recently from a week's visit in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs Pergande visited in the home of Mr Pergande's sister, Mrs Omar Kempler and the Rochleaus spent the time with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Leonard Meissner and family, Billy, Judy and Lanny spent from Friday until Monday at Sioux City. They were guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Martens. Mr Meissner recently won a sales contest with the Nutrena Co., and he and Mrs Meissner were special guests at a party and the ice show at the new Sioux City auditorium. Mr and Mr$ Lloyd Praii. and Jim, Dick and Larry .returned a week ago Moriday from a few daya trip through northern Minnesota. -^_ Sandra Pergande celebrated her seventh birthday recently. On Tuesday of last week her mother, Mrs Albert Pergande gave a party honoring the event. Uuests were Pamela Alec, Vicky McConnell, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Vicky and Larry Rochleau, her sisters) Susan and Berta Pergande and her brother, Jimmy. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson entertained at a dinner party Saturday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Bob McMurray of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Marvin Roch- leau of Welcome, Minn., Mr and Mrs Milton Will and Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles of Algona. On Friday, the Johnsons were visited by Mrs Johnson's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman Sr., of Lu- Verne. , Mr &nd Mrs fid Skilling be the parents of their third child, a boy born August 29 at St. Ann hospital. The baby has been nanv ed John Edward and he Jias a sister, Joan and a brother, David. Mr and Mrs Stewarl Albright and Cathy and Lindy returned Wednesday from a few days vaca 1 tion with the Ray Beamish's at Woman's Lake, Minn. The previous week Mrs Albright and the children were at Des Moines where they visited Mr Albright's parents, Mr and Mrs Quinn Albright. Mrs Dennis Praii and sons, Lloyd and Merle, the latter of Fairmont, Minn., went Saturday to West Union to spend the weekend with relatives. Mrs Merle Pratt and sons, Bob and John remained in. Algona with her parents, Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey went to Shakopee, Minn., last week to /bring their daughters, Nancy and Patti home after a visit with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Blinkman. On Friday Mrs Muckey -redeived a telephone call informing her that her mother had fallen and broken a heel bone. She is able to get about on crutches. 1 At Opening For Lakofa TWO NOSES At Maquoketa, a black Angus galf on the Glenn Luskey farm has two well developed noses, and part of a' third. Otherwise, it's quite normal. . Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snyder and sons, John, Tom and Mark spent the Labor Day weekend on a camping excursion to the Ledges state park at Boone. This was their first family camping experience and was/in the nature of a trial run for a longer camping trip during next summer's vacation. Mr and Mrs James Whitiemore and Brigitta, Lark and Jerry went to Des Moines on Saturday to spend the Labor Day weekend with Prof, and Mrs E. F. Thom- lee. Myrtle Turnbaugh had a birth? day Friday and in honor of the event a group of her friends surprised her with a party. Attending were Mrs Edna Harr, Mrs Cleve Barton, Mrs Emma Dehnert, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs J. P. Smith. Mrs Alfred Schuliz returned to her home Thursday after being a patient at St. Ann hospital since Lakota — Over tOO registered at the opening of i Dennis Murray's new store Friday and Satur? day. And in the drawing Mrs Signo Nelson received the wrist watch. It was her first watch irt 72 years. Pete Brtier received 5 gallons of 'paint, Henry Meyer, rosmetics and Albert (Happy) Bosma an electric razor. Mrs Rose Christ and Mrs Marjorie Richardson are employed by Mr Murray. Mr and Mrs. Ronald Heetland accompanied by Mrs Heetland's father, O. J. Rippentrop and Joe spent the weekend in Des MpineS with Mr and Mrs Marcus Rippentrop and attended the state fair. Mr and Mrs Andrew Anderson and 2 little grandsons of Ring sted Were Lakota visitors Friday and attended the Murray opening. Mrs Lottie Isenberges of Burt was calling on friends Friday. Larry Sandberg left for Minneapolis Sunday to visit his grandmother, Mrs Sandberg and took the plane to his home in Lancaster. Calif. The Messers and Mesdamcs Andrew Jansen, Elso Jansen and Arnold Karels attended a reunion of the Jansen cousins at State park, Clear Lake, Sunday. Mrs Warren Brones and baby of Swea City visited her sister Mrs Ronald Richardson Friday afternoori. ' Mrs Jerry Heetland attended ft meeting of the eXecufiyejboMd of ifie pHsbyterjan woken fit wot t Tbdge AugU&t 31.; . •-..;. 'MfS Emma Smith is spending a month in her home here. She has 36eri in Algona as a companion for Mrs Schbby.' - ; ' -j Mr. James, Warburton was takj en from the Esthervllle^hospital to a nursing home in BUM, He continues about the same. _ Friends received Word of the death of Mrs Harfy Moe on Monday ,ih Holy Family hospital, Es* therVille following a several weeks illness. The Moe family \ were formerly Lakota residents. I Mf end Mi's Paul Apka and famiiv were weekertd visitdfs in Red Wing, M"ifinv . fhe Fafm fiufeaUHottiemakers nome 01 mrs jpuiucnc- 1 -.uvcuuit^i. There will bfr'flection'of officers and an interesting program'. Every woman interested ,13 invited to attend* , Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland. Mrs Glenn Mabus, Lyle and Cecil left Wednesday; for, a visit in Glenburn, N. D.,iWitn,Mrs Hattie Randall, aUnt. of iMrS Heetland, also:the Howard Randall family. WaM Acts/trlng ftesults • ' •• •• - • ••— BETTER MARKS WHEN YOU TYPE! Hundreds of Good Used Tires Going on Sale Today at Rock- Bottom Prices! Same Almost New. Others with Thousands of Safe Miles Left ... All Sizes, All Makes. All Traded-in on Safe New Firestone Tires! 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