2-Alfl6no (la.) Upper Bes Moine* Thursday, July 41, 19SS Vaux Reunion Attended By County Folks Whiitemore—The Vaux family reunion was held Sunday at tho home of Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer, at Ceylon, Minn. Those attending from this area were M; and Mrs Ross Vaux of WPS I Bend: Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Hcidenwith and son Lylp. Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny, and daughter Kay Frances, of Whittemorc and Willis Spear and granddaughter of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Herbert Polrat/ and sons Dean and David. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vermm, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances, and son Danny, were last week, Monday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer. The occasion being Mr Meyer's birth- day. Mr and Mrs Arthur Zable and daughter Jean, and the former's mother, Mrs Rosa Zable of West Allis, Wis. arrived here Sunday morning to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis lira tit?.. Mr Zable is a nephew and Mrs Rosa Zable is a sister of Mr Braatz. Mr and Mrs Krwin Siems arrived home Saturday afternoon from Rochester, Minn., where Mr Siems was under observation in the Methodist hospital for thu past three weeks. Mr and Mrs Bert Seoly spent the latter part of last week in Iowa City. They came home Friday, but returned Sunday with their six year old daughter Karon, who has suffered from an hear 1 , ailment since birth. Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and daughter Faith, left early Sunday morning for Arizona. Faith has suffered with asthma for sometime, and it seems that she was not getting any help here, and they were advised to go to a dryer climate. They will stay at Tucson, or Phoenix. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Rosella Voigl of Algona, Mr and Mrs James Young and family, Carol Sell, and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here celebrated the 12th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe at the Espe home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Edward Meyer of Oak Park. 111. visited at tho homes of the Arthur Heiden- \viths, Herman Voigts, George Meyers and Ernie Meyers. The former i.s a cousin of the Whittemore folks. Fanlstich return- July 13, alter July 11 at Base, El Paso, • The Winners! AT ERNIE WILLIAMS Pontiac-Cadillac GRAND OPENING . A/2C William ed Wednesday, being discharged Brings Air Force- Texas. A group of local members of the Woman's Club were at Fort Dodge Monday to visit the Rest Haven. Those who went wen Mrs Victor Dan, Mrs Harvey Mer gen. Mrs Francis Foley, Mrs liar ry Seely, Mrs Daniel Foley. Mr Evelyn Andre, Mrs Franci Slfigie, Mrs R. ,1. Vaughn and Mrs Leo Walters. Mr and Mrs Charles Sal/, Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebaeh Sr. and Reinhard Sal/, the latter of Bode, attended the funeral of Joseph Sal/, at Wenona. III. Mr and Mrs John Fandel, Mr and Mrs Cletus Fandel and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Miene and family of Mason City: Mr and Mrs William Fandel of Peoria, 111. and Mrs John Spartx a IT:! family of Maryland were Sunday- dinner guests of Margaret Fandel here. Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Brantz were Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny, and daughter Kay Frances. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Arthu: Zable and daughter Jean, and Below is a list of the lucky prize winners at our Grand Opening last weekend. If your name is among them, come in and claim your prize. We had a lot of fun at our opening — met hundreds of good friends — and we hope you enjoyed it, too! Mrs H. M. Colwell, Algona Mrs Arnold Helmers, Buffalo Center Mrs Lance Riebhoif, Burt James Coady, Burt Richard Walker, Kannapolis, N.C. Elvin Sleinhard, Algona Gene Minard, Algona Edmond Berte, Irvingtcn Arlen Benschoter. Algona Diana Marlcla, Algona Dorothy Solverson, Algona Mrs John Voss, Sr., Algona Floyd Innan, Bancroft Clayton Sorenson, Algona Rev. O. Leonard Nelson, Algona Beverly Gerber, Algona Robert Bunkofske, Algona Mrs Alice Schultz, Algona Leonard Goecke, Algona Alfred Schenck. Algona Mary Lylle, Algona Janice Besch, Whiitemore A. J. Pergande, LuVerne Leonard Warner, Algona W. O, Kirchganlier, Corwilh Bill Paelz, Algona Lorraine Mosher. Algona Marlin Becker, Algona Charles Newel, Fenton Ralph Hagg, Algona Frank Oslrum, Algona Dorothy Gade, Algona • Luella Lallier, Algona ' Phillip Dangelser, Bode Mrs Alex Keefer, Algona P. R. Irons, Algona Mrs Kenneth Seely, Algona Linda Clapsaddle, Algona Mrs Fred Baumgarlner, LuVerne Carol Branson, Algona Mrs H. G. Hanson, Lakota Albert Urch, Algona June Opheim, Whittemore Mrs Herman Behnfce. Whittemorc Mrs Charles Siemer. LuVerne Jens Sorenson. Burt Lyle Raney, Algona Mrs Floyd Gregory, Whittcmoru Roy Chrislensen, Algona Darrel Ludwig, Algona Marc Moore, Algona Lawrence Hanson, Wesley H. A. Warmbeir, Algona Dean Benscholer. Algona R. F. Donovan, Algona James Opheim, Wesley Mrs Ray Metzen, Algona R. E. Stephenson. Algona Mrs W. A. Brandow. Algona Mrs Chris Long. Algona RoUnd Meyer, Fenlon • Couws in and see us often! Remember we muinluin u fully tintl expertly staffed automotive shop, to take cure of dl work on your car, no matter what make. ERNIE WILLIAMS Pontiac-Cadillac On Courthouse Square Mrs Rosa Braatz of West Allis, Wis. Ralph Sebers and Ronnie Hedih spent Sunday at Mason City where they attended the Air Show. Mrs Herman Bode and daughter Mai'lene of Wesley visited a: the Daniel Foley home Thursday wilh Mrs Bocle's mother, Mrs Eli/.aboth Eiesle. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and family, and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and sons Dayle and Roger, visited at the parental home ot Mrs Mathilda Meyer Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigl of here and Rosella Voigt of Algona were Sunday dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom at Algona. Mr and Mrs George Maahs and sons Richard and Paul, spent the weekend at the home of the former's brother, Mr and Mrs Fred Maahs. at Minneapolis. St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon in the church basement. It waa decided that the group would organi/.c four circles and each circle will have charge of the present committees for three months, as before the committees were elected for one year. These who were on the serving committee were Mrs Otto Bell, Mrs Theodore Bierstedt and Mrs Roland Bernau. Frank Macumber, Former Lone Rock Resident, Dies Lone Rock—Word has been received here of the death of Frank Macumber, formerly of Lone Rock, who passed away at his home in San Francisco, July 13, ;it 2 p.m. Mr Macumber underwent :tn operation last July 9. Services were held Monday, July 18. atid burial was at Mt. View cemetery in Oakland, Cal. P.W.O. To Meet The Lone Rock P.W.O. circles will meet Thursday as follows, Eleanor circle with Coris Black and Marion Knoll assisting will meet at the church parlors. Buleah Lee will give the lesson. Dorothy circle will meet at the home of Margaret Christenson with Minnie Morris assisting. Mabel Blanchard will give the lesson. Lucille circle will meet at the home of Fern Kruger with Rose Kraft assisting, lesson by Myrtle Priebe. A New Arrival Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus re- ceived word of the birth of a daughter to the Claude Whilehill Jr.s of Colsburg, la. Mrs Claude Whitehill Sr. of Algona and Jane Angus are at Golsburg caring for the family, they have three other children. Family Picnic A family picnic was held Sunday at the Ronald Christenson home in honor of E. J, Goddcns of Lompoc, Cal. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Gowrie, Mr and Mrs Gerald Godden and family, Mrs Louise Godden of Forest City; Mr and Mrs E. J. Godden and family of Lompoc, Cal.; Mr and Mrs Albert Krueger of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris, Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson and Marwin, Ruth Krueger and Will Christenson. Lone Rock Rockets The regular meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets was held June 25 at home of Lola and Maxine Meyer. Lola Meyer and Jo Leen Gardener gave demonstrations. Phyllis O'Donnell gave an account of their experiences at the convention at. Ames, and a posture talk. Helen O'Donnell gave a talk on 4-H camp at Clear Lake. Kay Hamlin was honored at a bridal shower Tuesday evening, July 12, at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Virginia Marlow, Janet Krueger and Marjorie Houck sang "My Best To You", accompanied by Mrs Donald Blanchard. A bridal skit was given by Mrs Ronald Chnsten- son, Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr., Mrs Dick Gross, Mrs Donald Marlow, Mrs Erich Seegebarth and Virginia Marlow. Barbara Quinn had charge of registering the guests, Janet Krueger and Marjorie Houck assisted with the gifts at the door. After the program the bride-to-be opened her many lovely gifts assisted by Ronalda Schultz, Shirley Schult;, Janet Krueger, Marjorie Houck, and Barbara Quinn. Lunch was served by the following hostesses, Mesdames Freci-. prick Schultz, Don Houck, Jack Quinn. Erich Seegebarth, E. A. Lee, Wm. Schrader, Donald Marlow, Alfred Schultz, Ronald Christenson, Eldon Marlow, Leo Ramus, A. A. Krueger, Jesse Blanchard Jr., Merle Hansen, Erich Seegebarth, Alex Krueger, Frank Flaig, A. D. Newbrough. Ed Ohm, Lawrence Newbrough, Richard Gross, Don Blanchard, Joe Culberlson, W. G. Flaig, Ralph Thompson, Clarence Theesfield, Fritz Newbrough, Bernard Miller, Rose Kraft, Maude Blanchard, Barbara Quinn, Marjorie Houck, and Janet Krueger. Guesis At Oitosen Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mrs Jim Larson, Mrs Leslie Johnson, Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs E. A. Lee. Mrs Merlon Larson, Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr., Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Clarence Martin, Mrs Ronald .Christenson. Mrs A. A. Krueger, and Mrs Art Priebe were guests Wednesday evening at the Alfred Schultz home in Ottosen in honor of Mrs Merlon Larson's birthday. The evening was spent playing bingo with prizes going to Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr., Mrs Jim Larson, Mrs Merton Larson. Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen was also a guest there that evening. Those from Lone Rock that attended Synodical at Ames on Wednesday were Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Herman Kramer, Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs C. E. Nordinc. Rev. C. E. 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