The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1955 · Page 6
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DBS M6ine» Thursday, May 5, 1955 'Night In Paris' Theme Class By Mrs t>. JB. Ledyard — 'Saturday evening the annual Junior-Senior banquet was held at the" school. The theme was "An evening in Paris." The program, follows: ! •, t ,- "Paree, Ah Gay Paree'l" by La Vaun Green; "Ah, Mercj Beau- coupY' "by "L'arry Pihgel; Musical number by'.the Junior boys; "Ren- dezvo.us. Headlines,", Carol Menke; "Innocents Abroad," by Don Teems; .Musical number b'y the Junior gjrls; Solo-r-"La Via Rose," by John Carpenter;., "Ait Revoir, Bon Voyage/' by Mr Willadsen; "Vive, rAmonr—Group singing. The dinner was prepared by the Junior mothers and' served by the following sophomores: Richard Frietd, /Jerry Risk; :Francis McDonald, Roger. McGregor, Patty Farrow, Patty Jo Miletti, Shirley Udstuen.and Ruth Wallentine. Honor Gfctaldine Sullivan Sunday afternoon a miscellaneous sho\ver was held in the Sacred Heart Hall'honoring Geraldine Sullivan. Mrs George Thompspn was in charge of. the program, presented by. Mrs Kenneth Busch, H, S. Girls Double Sextette, Mrs Art' Schisse!, Ernest Burrow, Mrs .Ted Thilges, Madonna -Sullivan, La.Vaun Green, and Mrs Kenneth Busch accompanied by Mrs Inglet, : Mrs George Thompson, and Rita Garry. The bride-to-be was 'then assisted in opening her many beautiful gifts by. her sister-Madonna and- Mary 'Ellen' and Pal Farro*w. ; A delicious;'lunch Tvas* served ; by the hostesses. Geraldine is; the second daughter, of Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan...After'her, graduation, from high school she-attended;,St.- iT-here'Sa's'! College in Winona :and then, went pa .to Minneapolis where she" received her B'.S,; Degree at St. Mary's School of Nursing'.; She is' employed- as a nurses-instructor at Abbott, 'hospital Sit;. Minneapolis. Ex^Resident 01 Swea Twp. Dies At Winnebago ft Eagle Mrs Alma She wJH(be,married on,May 7th at 10 'a.<m. at : Sf. Anthony's bhur ; ch in Minneapolis. , ,', i ' Jacobson, mother bf Mrs Virgil Jehsen, 'passed' away in Winnebago, Minn. Monday, April 25, at a local hospital where she underwent surgery a week previous. Born Alma Peterson, in Skona, Sweden/ Oct. 13, 1882 to Cai;rie and Andrew Peterson. She 72 years old at time of death. Funeral services were held - at the First Methodist Church, Winnebago, of w/hich'she was fa member, on Thursday, April 28, at 2 p.m. She came to this country at the age of 4, and settled with her parents in Illinois. Later the family came to Gerled, where she grew to womanhood. On June 22, 1910; 'she married Otto Jacobson .who died March 14, 1932. They farmed four years south of Swea City, (5 years near Elmore, Minn, before moving to their farm in Winnebago. Surviving are her five children (Gladys) Mrs Virgil Jensen, Swea City; (Florence) Mrs Lester Hesseldahl; Arthur, Albert and Roy of Winnebago, and six grandchildren. . Three sisters preceded her in death, Two brothers survive, John and Oscar Peterson of Minneapolis, who were here for services. Interment was. in Rose Hill Cemetery, Winnebago. Attending Mrs Jacobson's funeral services were Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson, Mrs Francis Torine, .Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, Mr and Mrs Lewis Peterson. Mr and Mrs Waldon Brandt and Mrs Ed Fasgren all of Swe^ City; Mr and Mrs David Frits, Mrs Maynard White,) .Rubin Olson, Ideal Conditions For Field Work KossUth county farmers have made a ; fast start 'on their spring planting and all oats crops are in, and corn planting is either underway or about to start ;soon. Farmers report the ground in excellent condition for ( wOrklrig. The recent rainy spell came just right, after the small grain crops had all been planted, and the warm weather since then should add to the immediate growth. Corn borer dangers are the chief worry of some farmers at the moment, begins. as Corn' planting and Mrs Bess Peterson, all Lakota. , " , ! - of Geesman-Gisch s, June 14 Biu;fcr-iMr and :Mrs'> John iQ. Geesman,: Burt, ; announce jthe engagement, .of thjeitf daughter, Nina, Marie, to Mr - Lawrence -1. Gisch, sont of Mr: and'Mrs Lawrence Gi?ch of rural Alg9na/ The wedding,' will,- take' place June 14 , at St. John's.; Catholic church in Bancroft, , fyliss' Gees, , es- man operates..'Nina!s Beauty Shop Going To Gir,ls! Slate , • Mary Kay, 'daughter of Mrs James Doian of ,Sv»ea township will represent the Swea City American (Legion /Auxiliary at Hawkeye Girls' State to be held on. the-Iowa State Teachers College >Campus in Cedar Falls, June 12 through 19. • . • : ' J • Mary Kay is a junior of the ,Swea City high'schobf. ; She sings in the , schpgJ* phor.us,. received a seconH rating'on her solo'at'Dis- trict Music.-contast at JGa t rrier and is a member of the Swea Sunbeam 4-H Club. Si. Joe -Trojans The monthly meeting, of the St. Joe Trojans! 4-H! club .'was held Wednesday, April 27, at the home of Donaldv and -Dwarne"- Hilbert. Johr( Wagner .and I}ayid McGuire will represent -the .club at Clear Lake. Luncheon was served fol- lowin&uithe >,business . session'i by Mrs Hilbert Staff Changes InBurtBank Burl— At the last meeting of the Board of Directors G.. H. McMullen and Marion M. Chipman were elected to the official staff of the Burt Savings Bank, effective June 1, 1955. McMullen was elected cashier and Chipman assistant cashier. H. A. Thompson tendered 'his resignation for reasons of health effective July 1st but will remain on the Board of Directors, Mr Thompson will be greatly missed as he has endeared himself to the people of this community during his many years of service. The two men added are both well- known as McMullen has been a local merchant for many years while Chipman who formerly worked for the Smith Brothers was bohi and raised in this community. store.' McMullen will sell his Eunice Murra is planning on leaving for college this fall and has tendered her resignation effective June 1. Effective June 1 the working force of the bank will consist of Rachut, McMullen, Chipman and Mrs Larsen. Bound Over In Sad Check Case / v > ,-..•'-' Wm. E. Hof, Lu Verne, was bound over to the September term of ,Kossuth distritt .court, on a charge of false drawing and uttering of a check, in the court of Justice C. H. Ost winkle this week. Bond was set at $l,000-and was furnished by his mother.' " i iQstwinkle said there were four previous convictions in, justice court for'Hof, on the same charge, and this time it becomes a district court case. ' ; . . • ! Hof is alleged to have .drawn, and cashed a check .for $5 with O. E. Fischer of-Sts .Benedict,-in November of 1954, in the latest fined $5 and costs for defective .equipment on. a ,caf () Rogef L, WilMmi of BanefoK Was ffne'd •$5<• artd ?cdsts : ttii?? haVini ;.& load -car muffler, ahd EdM 1 L. damp* bell of Algona was" .fined $10 and costs for passing in i, no passing Court Has 8 Cases Eight cases .-were heard hi the court .of Mayor Linda Clapsaddle this week. Joe Johnsbh, Buffalo Center; J. M. Muth, Hawarden; and Kenneth Fischer, Lone Rock, each paid $5 and c&sts for going throtigh traffic signal flashers, while L. L. Hansonj Irvington; and W. W. Williams, Indiahbla, each paid the same arnfcunt on speeding counts. • : : Maxine A. Hildebrand, Clear Lake, was arrested on-ah OMV1 charge, and her case was transferred to district court. Earl Bowman, Algona, 'paid $1 and costs for failing to comply with the dog ordinance, and Victor Frideres, Algona, paid a total of $32.60 on • two count's of pver- load On a 1 truck; in other action during the week. case. In , .. other, justice court .cases/ involving traffic matters, Donald *V. French of Algona• was fined,a .and costs for not having, a- dealer license plate on a \ruck, Raymond W,alker of Algona was 50 Couples Enjoy Party Sunday At Whittemore By Art Heiden^lih Whittemore—gt. Paul's Ladies Aid Society entertained their husbands • Sunday • evening,- -with about, SO .coupfes -present. * ^The program was Opened by group singing and a guessing contest, followed' by cards and bunco. Prizes were awarded, to Erwln Siems, Mrs Harry Schrneling,' Mr 1 ? Ervin Siems, Henry Lauck Mrs H. Wichtendahl, Melvin Roeber Lawrence Meyer arid Mrs.L..Grei- nert.' A .lunch was served follow- .ing the. entertainment.. ; Mr and Mrs, Harold Kuecker, Mr and Mrs Ralph ' Walker ,of, here, Mrs Bessie Walker, Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom, Arthur Locke,. Mrs 1 Frank Moulton, 'Mrs Jerry McKean, Mrs Daisy Cook, and Mr and Mrs-"Ray Cook : and sen Donald of Algona attended the wedding of -Joan Walker,< daughter of'Mr and Mrs Harold-Walker, at Easton, Minn;'last week,' Monday. .' • ' • •-•-.'• Mrs Harold ICuecker and 'daughter, Joyce, of here, Mrs Bessie Walker of, Algo.na .attended the seventh birthday par,ty -at the Mrs Jerry McKean ,home in' Algona in honor of her daughter,'Jill. Mr and Mrs, Ells worth Heidenwith and son Lyle visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Allen Vaux at Melvjn, Iowa; Sunday!. . ; " Pvt.- Henry .Lauck, arrived at Mason .City . by : '-plane Sunday; noon, to, spend a two. weeks fur,-: lough with lys parents,. Mr anq Mrs Hepry Lauck jSc, He js.. stationed at Camp Chaffee, 1 Ark. • ' ON HER DAY... GLASBAKE-OVElfjWARE ... .!•; -. 'New Carneo a'nd Silhouette bake and.serve . t \ • dishes in exciting new designs. 1.49 td ,4^8) , ' ! ".•"•• ' •<:•'•} '/',,/}' " J •'/ v IMPORTED GlfTS ... 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