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May 26, 1955

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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. . AROUND ALGONA . , Douglas, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Cook had a tonsilectomy Wednesday morning ;it St. Ann hospital* : Bill Finn, Theo Hutchison and Harry' Ireland returned Sunday from a few- days fishing trip to Cass Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs A. D. Craw.ford and' daughter, Cleone expect to go to Des Moines on Tuesday to spend several days. -.'.'' • ."' » —o-r Mr and Mrs Lowell Lenz and Mrs Melvin Bay spent Friday in Minneapolis where Mr Lenz attended to business matters. The Eight Specs card-club met last Wednesday evening with Mrs Clara Pratt. Prize's were received by Mrs' Mabel Lee, Mrs Milton Dahl and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. 1— u— ; ' * ' Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley and Tom and Jane of Lincoln, Neb., arrived Saturday for the Weekend with '; Mrs Beardsley's parent:!, Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbce. —o— Mrs R. B. Waller entertained her'bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs A. J. Ricklefs was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs David Smith and Mrs Charles, Simmons. . ' . —o— Mr and' Mrs Wilbur Reinders, Mr and Mrs Ed Frederickson of BurtandMr and Mrs W. A, Hardy with their children spent Sunday at Clear Lake where they pienick- ed and fished. ' ' .. . "",: i_o— ' .« The sixth grade room taught .by Mrs Helen Odegaard at; Bryant school presented a program on Germany Thursday morning: Parents were guests and refreshments were served. Mrs Holman Anderson and son, Jerry Bob of Clarion spent Monday in Algona calling on.friends. Jerry is on leave from the Air Force following which he will be •Stationed at Enid, Okla. > •*v. ' —-o—• ' • • John Dunn and Richard .Burt flew to Hackcn'sack, Minn., Saturday to join the group of Algona men. working on the;Earl Miller cottage at 'Woman's t Lake;. They returned Sunday, f i • ' : ', The final Pack Meeting of the Cub Scouts will be held Tuesday evening, May 31 at the Call State Park. Dens will picnic separately before the meeting. .which is 1 scheduled for seven o'clock! —o— Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz accompanied Mr >and Mrs Leo Sankey of Britt and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Hiedenwith of Whittemore to Woman's 'Lake' on Wednesday where they are spending a few days on a fishing trip. The three Rentz children are staying with their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener. The Daily Vacation Bible, School of the Presbyterian church will begin Tuesday morning, May 31 and continue for two weeks. Mrs Leon Martin, Mrs A. F. AgeHa, Mrs Willard Gregson, Mrs John Zalaznik and others Will ^ach. —0— Lloyd Pratt joined his brother Merle and three other men from Fairmont and Went to Northern Minnesota for a weekend fishing trip. Mrs Merle Pratt and Bob and John spent the weekend here with' Mrs Pratt's mother, Mrs Milton Dahl. Mr and Mrs Robert Stephenson became the parents of a daughter Friday at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Mary Ann and she has a brother and two sisters. Mr Stephenson's mother, Mrs R. J. Stephenson of Waterloo arrived here "Monday to assist with the .family. ' ' — 0— • The Westminister Guild, business wbmen's, organization of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening • for . dinner at the qhurchi ' Girl gra'duates of the church 'were special guests. Mrs John Zalaznik was in charge of the program and Ruth Circle prepared the meal, This is the last 'meeting until September.. "A' Hal tot Mother" was the title of the pl»y given by Troop 9 of the Girl Scouts at the Con gregational .Church Monday af .ernoon. The mothers of the girli vere special guests. In the cag were Janice Bode, Patty Cowan Pamela Waller, Diane Besch Midge Williams: and: Mary Ant Br-adley. Hostesses at the tea which followed were Marilyn Rentz and Jo Ann Burghardt. Mrs ^ita Kolp and Mrs Joan Diamond are Troop leaders. ' i •- :—o— Mr and Mrs Malt Weyderl entertained-at a .party Sunday evening' 'following Commencement in honor of their daughter, Teresa who was graduated from St. Cecelia's academy. Guests were Mr and Mrs Tony Weydert and family and Mr and Mrs Nicholas Weydert and family of Bode, Mr and Mrs John Golwitzer, Sr., of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs Mat Besch and 'family. o£ LuVenuv Herbert Hass,-Mr and Mrs'Matt Fisch and family, Mr and Mrs Walt Heerdt and family, Mr and Mrs Vic Fisher and family, Josephine Erpelding, James Kern and John, Jr., and Clarence Golw\tizer, all of Algona. " Faculty Shifts At Ledyard HP By Mis D. B. Mayer Ledyard — Floyd Temple, who has been high school principal and boys coach this year, and who had been rehired for next year, resigned last week to accept a su- perintendency in Minnesota. He and his family will move about :he middle of June. William Klinker has been sign ed by the Board to teach Manual Arts and be boys-coach next year. He has taught for the past two years at Gi'uver and the three years previous to that at Dawson. fie is a graduate of Buena Vista College in Storm Lake and has done' graduate work at Drake. He is married and has one son, Gary who will be in the 4th grade. The family expects to move here in a couple of weeks and have rented the Stubbe home now owned by the'Herman Brandts. DeEtta Thovson who has taugh third grade here for three year; and who had previously resigned has now accepted the position for another year. Memorial Day Plans Memorial Day services will b< held in Ledyard on Monday, May 30, at 10 a.m. at the Tow.n Hall. The Memorial address will be given by Rev. Victor Vriesen. o Indiana and the east coast. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog left arly Friday morning for Shrevc-, port, Louisana, where they will irisit Mrs Herzog's brother and amily. iommencemenl Honors At Commencement last Monday evening the following awards were given: Valedictorian trophy to Donald Plathe; Salutatorian trophy to Kathleen King; Arian award in Music to Carol Menke; Citizenship award to Jeremiah Sullivan. Still Critically 111 Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes were in Lake Mills last week early to see Mrs Fred Stubbe and to learn the condition of their son Fred Stubbe who is in the hospital in Des Moines. His condition is slightly improved but he is still in a critical condition following removal of a brain tumor. Modernelles Elect The Modernette Club met at the home of Mrs Roy Valvick in Swea City last Wednesday with all members present. Marion Klinksiek gave the lesson. Election .of officers was held and Clarce Runksmeier will be the new resident, Edith Busch, vice pres- dent, and Maxene Valvick, sec- etary and treasurer. The annual icnic will be held June 19th. Birthdays of Marie Rotterman rid Laura Runksmeier were cel- brated at this meeting. Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter and John and Ann left on Friday or a several weeks vacation trip • •••••••>. i i WESIEY NfeWS 'A family'dinner party was held Sunday at the parental, Henry Swanson home.; Their 5. sons were present. They were Eug'ene Swanson, and :his i friend Joyce Butler of Rockford, 111.; Maynard Swanson of Minneapolis; Leon and wife of M,ason City the Alvin Swanson family o Wesley and Mr and Mrs Russel Swanson of Wesley. RIVE-IN Mr and Mrs George Besendorf of Pierre, South Dakota visited Thursday at the home of his sister and husband the Henry Freys. They had been on a trip. Jean Brandt of Luther college in Decorah, Judy Gilbertson of Waldorf college in Forest City and Shirley Miller also ..from Waldorf and Melva Burrow from Hamilton Commercial college in Mason City spent the weekend at their homes. . • Mr and Mrs George Gomas ana Pamela Sue and Johnnie,. and Peggy Mayer of Des Moines and Barbara Mayer of San Diego, came Sunday evening to visit, at the D B. Mayer home. Mr Gonias returned to Des Moines on Monday. Peggy Who works for "Look" magazine in Des Moines will spend a week's vacation here and Barbara, who works as secretary in the Security office of Convair Aircraft in San Diego will "spend a two week's vacation Mrs Gonias and children will also remain this week. • Saturday afternoon the Birth day club met at the home of Mrs J F. Sullivan to help her cele brate her birthday. Mrs A. Weav er and Mrs S. P. Powers prepar ed and served the lunch. Mr anc Mrs J. F. Sullivan, .Jeremiah and Madonna went to Mankato Sun day to visit thetr son Pat. Mrs Zilphy Hardt went to Man- <ato on Friday to spend the weekend with her .daughter* Natalie who is a student at State Teacher's College there, and to attend a concert on Sunday evening at which Natalie is to take paM. Marvel Halvorson went to Waterloo on Friday to visit at the Paul Wilson home and to bring hack her mother who had spent the past week there. Tuesday evening following graduation the following guests were entertained at the Alfred Busch home in honor of Maxine: Mr and Mrs August Busch of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Ernest Busch and Marilyn of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Albert Kramersmeier and family of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle of Burt, Mrs Paul Mulligan and daughtei Df Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Earl Tre- iary of Armstrong, Miss Denise McGee of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Alvin Busch, Mr and Mrs Tec Green and family, Mrs Mem Hagedorn, Mrs H. R. Trenary, Mi F. Francis Schiltz of Bancroft Dolores Doocy, Mr and Mrs Har old Busch of Fairmont. Don Teems, son of Mr and Mr Everett Teems, left Sunday fo service having enlisted in th army at Minneapolis. Mrs Hannah Zielske and chil dren moved this past week t Humboldt where they will assis tier sister in law and family, th Raymond Wilcox's, who have Rest Home there. ' Mrs B. E. Gilbertson and boys went to M inne ' a P° lis ' Wednesday, to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs George' Jacobson. Mrs Jacobson recently had major surgery. Mr and Mrs Edward Looft and Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel were in Fort Dodge on Sunday visiting friends and relatives. On Sunday Mr and Mrs William Wiemer entertained at a dinner honoring their daughter, Deanna, 'who was confirmed that morning at the E. arid R. Church, f Mr and Mrs Howard Nitz ^nd sons David and Craig of Estherville spent Sunday at the Max Nitz home and the two boys remained to spend the week with th"'r gr nT idDarents. Rev. Vriesen took the Confirmation class to Blue Earth, Mon- thorsdoy, May 26, 1955 AJgona (In.) Upper Dei Molne»-3 ay, to have their pictures taken. At College Picnic Seneca — Mr and Mrs Earl Irouch and daughter Bonnie,' at- lended li Parent's Day picnic at the Pi Kappa Alpha house at Iowa State college, Ames on Sun- flay. Jerry Crouch is a pledge ot the fraternity. _____ ow interest rote I (ways dependable J o fees or commissions QI ividends reduced interest rate hi est possible Service Q hnyal stockholders meetings [olionwide farmer cooperative [ nown for fairness to members ong term I wned by farmers and ranchers I griculturai loans since 1917 ormal income basis for repayment I ee your National Farm Loan Association today for o 4% loan on your land. Eugene H. Hutchins Secretary-Treasurer 110 South Dodge St. Algona, Iow» !••*••••«" Junction of Highways 18 & 3 P. M. UNTIL MIDNIGHT ^MMBBMBBWHHH**! 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