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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1955
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 2, 1955 Confirm 5 At LuVerne Church Sunday, May 29 LuVerne •>— Five young people were confirmed on Pentecost Sunday, May 29, in service at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church by the Rev.. Louis Wittenburg. Confirmed were Larry Harmon, Rebeccah Stripling, Jane Darby, Kenneth Wilhelmi and Richard Oberhelmen. In their honor dinners were served in the homes of their parents. Enters Hospital Mrs Wilson Legler entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Friday for medical treatment. Mrs Legler just returned home earl ier in the day from spending the winter with her sister's, Mrs Mae Moore and Mr and Mrs Lloyd King in San Diego, Calif. She has been in ill health for some time. Mrs Frank E. Kendall, sister, Miss Cora Ruberg of Badger attended services in the LuVerno Cemetery, Monday morning and visited in the home of their sister Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes and family. Deloros Hinz, employed in Fort Dodge spent the 'holiday weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Henry J. Hinz. Mr and Mrs Alex Miller of Mason City attended Memorial Day services and visited their daughter Mr and Mrs George Johnson and twins, Jean and Joan. Mr and Mrs Ernest Reddel and son of Cherokee visited friends here Monday and at the homes of his brother, Harold Reddel and sister, Mrs Lawrence Oberhelmen and families. Mr and Mrs Genard Towne of Manson were holiday weekend visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs Earl Neal home. Verne Stone of Mason City spent Decoration Day at the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Ray Stone and family. Oscar and Miss Ida Riley of Wes Bend attended the Memorial Day services at the LuVerne Cemetery Monday. Memorial holiday visitors in the home of Fred Behnkendorf and son Oscar were their daughters and sisters, Mr and Mrs John Psilas of Davenport; 'Mr and Mrs Eddie Gleason and sons of Clarion. Memorial Day visitors here were Mr and Mrs Wilbert Kubly of Madelia, Minn., Mrs Emma Kubly, Ren wick; Mrs Jake Kubly, Eagle Grove, her daughters, Mrs Charles Frakes of Webster City and Mrs John Anklarid' : of Goldfield. Memorial Day visitors in the home of the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason were Mr and Mrs Edward Mason of Charles City; Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Ledyard. Weekend guests in the home of Mrs Minnie Hagist was her sister, Mrs Etta Benedict, Good Samaritan "Home at Mason City and their niece, Mrs Pearl Zwiefel and friend, Frank Mahoney of Rochester, Minnesota, Mis?, Anna Jutte and her sister, Mrs Kathyrri Burlis of Webster City visited Sunday in the homes of Mr and Mrs Phil C. Lichty and Mr and Mrs L. S. Pearsen. Mr and Mrs Edward Hof attended a Chambers family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Mullens at Corwith. Mr and Mrs Earl Grimes, sons, Larry, Jerry and Gary visited in the parental Mr and,Mrs George Grimes home in Woodward Sunday. The senior Mr Grimes is ill. Mr and Mrs Clarence Jurgensen, sons Larry and Jimmy of Corwith visited her mother Mrs Clara Wolf and Louis Wolf Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Walter L. Hefti and Marlin of Britt were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Esther Merkle. Mr and Mrs Leland Thaves and daughter Linda of Des Moines spent the holiday weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen. Mr and Mrs Stanley Genvich, Miss Verlaine Johnson and Junior Hardcopf enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ledges State Park near Boone Sunday. They went to decorate the grave of Mrs Genrich's mother, the late Mrs John Bockes in the cemetery in Boone. Memorial weekend visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler were their daughters, Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane of Ames and Mrs Vera Andrews of Cedar Rapids. Robert Chapman of Cedar Rapids visited over the Memorial weekend with his father, Irvin Chapman and grandparents, Mt and Mrs F. I. Chapman. Dr. and Mrs.Carl D. Long and children of LeMaj's visited in the home of Mr and Mrs John Ruger Monday. Mr and Mrs Bud Lyons of Burlington visited cousins, Mrs Anna Hanselman, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Hanselman, Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman Sr., Mr and Mrs Fred W. Hinz Saturday. Mr and Mrs Earl Lehman, sons, Larry and Billy of Des Moines were weekend visitors in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle and family. Mrs George Godfrey and Bertha Godfrey of Ames were holiday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Stone and family. RD2 William and Mrs Wickett left Long Beach, Calif. Saturday for a two week's visit with their parents, Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett. Bill Wickett will return for duty on the U.S.S. Maddox. Mrs Wickett will remain here with h'-T parents. Mrs Josephine Will of Fairmont, Minn., her son and wiffe, Mr and Mrs George Will of Minneapolis visited over the weekend with Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Hanselman and Mr and Mrs Geo. Grimsehl. Mr and Mrs J. B. Hunter of Eureka, 111. visitefl from Saturday to Monday afternoon here and were guests in the Mr and Mrs John Ramus home. Mrs Hunter is the former Daisy Griffith Burtis. Memorial weekend visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas and Gary were some their children, Dorrance Thomas, Miss Arlene Thomas, Mr and Mrs William Schoenrock,- Debra and Billy of Saint Paul, Mr and Mrs Arnold Thomas, Beverly and Judy of Stanhope. Miss Richtsmier Of Wesley Gives Music Recital Wesley — Francis Richtsmeier daughter of Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier of Wesley, senior student at Good Council Academy, Mankato, Minn, presented a music recital on Sunday, May 29 in the school auditorium. The program consisted of classical and modern music on piano, violin and saxophone and a two piano number as a finale. At the close of the recital Francis was presented, a bouquet of American Beauty roses by Carol Lynn Olson. Those from Wesley who attended the recital included her parents, Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier and Bobby, Mr and Mrs Albert Lickteig and family, Mary and Kathleen Cruise, Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt of Lohrville, Alice Richtsmeier of Phoenix, Ariz., Mr and Mrs O. V. Olson and Carol Lynn and Mrs Agatha Gailagher. of Des Moines. Francis will graduate from the Good Council Academy Sunday, June 5. Carol Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer will also graduate from there. Francis enrolled in the Hamilton Business college, Mason City, and will start her classes Monday, June 6. Janice Richtsmeier and Kathleen Studer are also students at the Academy. Alice Richtsmeier R. N. of Phoenix, Ariz, came Saturday by plane to Mason City to spend two weeks at the parental, A. N. Richtsmeier home. The Sub-district Rally of the Methodist Youth Group will be held Sunday, June 5 in the local church. W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, June 1 at the church. Mrs Roy Hutzell, district spiritual life secretary from Algona, was guest speaker. Mesdames Ray Hanson, Al Wagner, Richard Smith and Philip Lee were hostesses. * Marlene Bauer and her friend, Bill Clements of Newton left Monday for Iowa City, where both are attending the State University. They had spent the weekend at the R. C. Bauer home. Wed 38 Years Wesley — Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton attended a surprise 38th wedding anniversary party for his folks, Mr and Mrs H. G. Hamilton at Bancroft Saturday evening. The honored couple are parents of 11 sons and 1 daughter. Await Decision On Polio Shots The local polio immunization program has ground to a halt until the government gives the green light ,on the second round of Salk shots. This was learned Wednesday from Dr. Daniel Bray, president of the Kossuth county medical association. He indicated that the local program would be resumed as soon as the government clears the way. ACCIDENT At Stanton, a tractor accident took the life of Harry Rea, 60, on the farm he had operated for the past 26 years. 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