The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 5
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Whittemort Girl Enters Teacher College, Nebr. Whiliemore— Mr and Mrs Loren?. Oadc took their daughter, Rrcnda, to Seward, Neb. Saturday, where she will enter Concordia Teachers College. Miss Gade graduated from the eighth grade in St. Paul's Lutheran school and fitlended Whittemore public school for two years. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald and Walter Meyer and son, Richard, went to Seward Sunday morning where the latter is a student in Concordia College. The Gades and Ostwalds and Mr Meyer returned home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Arthur Mather? and daughter Arlcne of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Louis Roussi, of Chicago were Thursday evening guests at the Arthur Heidenwith homo. Mrs Roussi was the former Reta Voigt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Otto Voigt, former Hurt residents. Ralph Scbcrs and Ronnie Iledin of Aurora, 111. arrived home Saturday noon to visit with their respective parents, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, and Mrs Myrtle Frost in Whittemore. Ralph is employed with the AM Steel Equipment Inc. and Ronnie is cm- ployed with the Superior Stamping Co. A miscellaneous shower wa< held Friday evening in honor of Elaine Bruellman, who will be married Saturday. Sept. 10, to Bernard Wichtendahl. at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Saturday afternoon callers ;;t the Arthur Heidenwith home wen- Mrs Thomas Dunphy. Mrs William Meyer Sr.. Mrs Dora Fan!- sticli, Mrs H. Knocker and Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mrs Frank Schumacher of here and Mrs Jen McKenn of Algona. They nil helped Mrs Heidenwith celcbra'.e hi i birthday. Mrs Richard Potrat/. suffered a slight hrurt uttuck at her home Friday. At the last report she is doing nicely but will have !•be carefully for at least six weeks. LOCALS Mf and Mrs Aflhur B. Olsem, Algona, returned Friday from a trip through the Bad Lands, Black Hills, and Yellowstone National Park. At Spearfish, North Dakota they saw the Passion Play. They also visited friends in Montana; Britton, South Dakota and Minnesota. The children, Bruce and Mark stayed with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Christian, Emmons, Minn. Mr and Mrs Homer Curry of Darlington, Wisconsin were Sunday visitors of Mrs Milo Rent? and Mrs Harry Potter, who are cousins of Mr Curry. This was the first trip to Iowa for Mr and Mrs Curry and they were the people who had the unfortunate incident al Hughes Service station in Emmetsburg when the berserk, Ronnie Laughlin pulled a gun on Mr Curry and told them to get into the car. Mr Curry was a sheriff for 8 years, which accounted for his calm composure in a bad situation. Josie McEvoy attended the 51h annual meeting of the low; Catholic Pilgrimages to the various Shrines in Europe held at Fort Dodge last Monday. There were 200 in attendance. Geri Duffy, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Duffy of Algona, spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents. She i '.'turned to Mason City on Monday to resume teaching. SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs Erbie Benson of Algona is spending the week with Inn sister-in-law, Mrs Russell Bycrs, and assisting in the care of her late husband's foster mother, Mrs Sadie livers Anderson, who has been ill. The Baptist Ladies Guild will meet Friday, Sept. '.), with Mrs Sam Link. Mrs Ervin Link and Mrs Walter Mino entertaining. Mrs Gladys Hansen, who recently underwent surgery al Holy Family hospital, Estherville, has returned home and is making a satisfatory recovery. Mr and Mrs Duane Nelson of Minneapolis visited from Friday to Monday in the parental .3. .H. Hammer home. The First Baptist church of Swea City will be host to the churches of the Northern Baptist Association, a group of 11 churches of this area, on Sept. 7. Esther Charlotte Smith, supervisor of vocal rhu$ic in the elementary schools at Charles City, returned to Charles City on Monday night following a Labor Day visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter G. Smith. The Charles Ciiy schools will open Sept. Mrs Ida Larson, who has a,* one of many hobbies the study of ceramics, has been asked to speak at a meeting of the Women's Club at Fenton on Sept. 13. She will be assisted by Mrs Don Jensen of East Chain, Minn., who is also a ceramics enthusiast. Lavonne and Darrell Peterson, who are employed in Minneapolis, spent the Labor Day week* end with their parents, Mr and Mrs Bernard Peterson. The Rev. S. H. Hammer and daughter SeDell, drove to Chica- fhursday, $«pf. 8, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper 0** M6ine*-5 go on Friday to attend Saturday funeral services for Christopher Hammer, 70 year old uncle of the Rev. Hammer, who died there on Thursday. The small son of Mr and Mis Alex Kent of Swea City was baptized Ronald Terry by the- Rev. S. H. Hammer in Sunday afternoon services in the Swea Cits- Methodist Church. June Harrier,, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Harner. has accepted a contract to tench fir.it grade in the public schools at Wellmun and began her work there last week. She was graduated from flic two-year kindergarten-primary course at Iowa Slate Teachers College, Cedar Falls, last May. Wed August 23 At Bancroft 68 Enrolled In Wesley High Wesley — The public school opened Monday morning. Sept. 5. The enrollment in high school was t)8 with Supt. Charles Mullin. Maiy Mullin, Helen Kleinpcter Bruce Cranston, Shirley Bruns as jnsttuctors. • Twenty-two enrolled in G, 7, and 8 taught by Mary Rockwr-od. 22 in 3, 4, and" 5 taupht by Mrs J.oan Schaub, 23 in the first and second grades taught by Mrs Margaret Bleich. and 21 enrolled in kindergarten taught by Ethel Flom. Kindergarten pupils arc Melvin Aimstronp, Renee Bauer. Leonard Becker. Catherine Bruns, Dean DeBoer. Linda F.isenbacner. Dcl- nrc> Fox. Gary Htlbrst. Larr> HilbcH, David 'john-on, Patrick Licktfig. David Let- Ludwig. Joseph Nied/iclski. Dwignt Ras- nv.issen, Patsy Re.ilmg. LaVernc Ricke, Mary Studer, Michael Stud:'r, Jan Swanson, anci Philip Thomas. Wayne Prmgle of TitonkH teaches music and Mrs Ivan Johnson. Home Economics. Oliver Young is janitor. Mrs Clara Pi ice and Mrs Elaine- Downs, cooks. Bill Locbig and Gayle Studer. bus drivers. The freshman class members initiated Tuesday. r Bancroft — Pictured above are Helen Droesslei, daughter of A. i A. Droessler. and Melvin Grabow- | ski, son of Mrs Rosulcc Grabow- j ski of Lcola. S. D. who were mar- I ned AUK. 23 in St. John'.-, chi.tch • here. Both arc graduates of the i University of Wisconsin and will i make their homo in Milwaukee ! where he is teaching. (Photo by j No-Is Isaacson). Judging Team Is Third, State Fair The Kossuth County 4-H Judging Team won thuxi in the Stalu Livestock Judging Contest at the Iowa State Fair with 91 teams competing. Members, on the judging lean were James Bierstedt, Whittc- inore; Roger Oreyer, Fenton: John H.'lleseth. West Bend ami Gone Kui re, Bancrott. The team war- coached by Robert Johnson, counts' r-xtcn.-inn youth a.-Mslant. Tin 1 team scored 151H point.-, to b» edged out by the Hremor County team with 152fJ points and second place Woodbury team with 1323 points. Team members judged three- classes of swine, two of beef, two of dairy, and one class of sheep. In addition members gave two sets of written and two sets of oral reasons on the animals placed. Shower Honors Twin Infants At St. Benedict St. Benedict — A tw;n IK,by j shower w;is held at !!u- John TIKI! i home at St. Benedict Aug. 24 in the afternoon for Mrs B••!.» , Mayi-T. They received many iv.ce. Sifts. "500" was played with Kamona Mayt-r high and she also received plate pn/e Lunch wa.- j served bv tin 1 hostesses. ' A Blue Ribbon Winner At Fair James Antoine, Jr. of the Greenwood 4-H Club won a blu'J ribbon on his demonstration "How to construct a farrowing stall" at the Iowa State Fail- James is the son of Mr and Mrs Jamcs Anloine of Bancroft and his club leaders are Gerald Socler- berg and Ross Ininan Richard Frit-Is and Larry Trenary of the Lakota Lads won a red ribbon on - their demonstration "The Neilson Method of Artificial Respiration." Lakota club leaders are Paul Trenary and Dave Knots. Move To Bopne Mr and Mrs Calvin Stone and daughter, Maria, of Burl have moved to Boone where Mr Stone will teach industrial arts in tlu- public school. They spent the .summer in Grot-ley, Colo., where Mr Stone attended .summer school. Airs Stone formerly taught at Bryant School here. Work on the Gn-al^ China began in 255 B. C. On Aug. 28. Sunday afternoon visitor* at tl.e John Thill ho:ne were Mrs Thill's .-istcr. Mr.-, Mat'. Faber of St. Joe and daughtt r>. Mrs Clete Sal/, and baby of \Vhit- temore and Mrs ReinaUi Sal/ >•'. St. Joe. also Mr and Mi> Gi-ial.l Ganiian. Evening calleis wet* Mr and Mr.- Tony Sovinti. M: and Mrs Louis Fuiu man, Mr and Mrs John Kajew>ki and son-, all of Algona. Mr and Mrs HaroM Thill and Scotty lloheivr Mrs Ben Don- receiv--:! h;t;h pri/e at the card parts- at the home of Mrs Mary Haley. Mr and Mr.- Tony Grandgennett and family were Suiui.iy dinner guests of their daughter and son- .n-law. Mr and Mrs Cletus Hejiik of Britt. Mr and Mrs Frank Wuiv.er of Minneapolis spent part of this past Week at Dan Froehlich's and Mrs Caroline Kunkel's. The Sisters' food shower usually held at the school hall .just before school starts is being conducted differently (his year. Usually all !!;•• food is brought tiv: atteinoon oi the >ho\ver but this lime tin- lour circles of women will bring their remembrance (lining a two month peri..id. Circle one will bring during Sept. and October. N'ext fall Circle two will give during thvse tv.o months. Tins gives each lauv a better chance of giving something different each year. The KisUTs will nut have everything arriving at the same time. Tln> will b:.> given a try to see which i> prefer a bje. Mr and Mrs Nick Atndmlt-r had Mr and Mrs Roy Pickets oi Storm Lake as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Pickens is a sister oi Nick. LeRoy Pickens will spend a few days at the Nick Arndorfer residence. He will go to college at Mazola, Mont, this full and will enter as a sophomore and i.> majoring in forestry. Mr and Mr.-> Leo Ludwig and the hitter's sister, Harriet spent a few clays at Leech Lake, Minn, and report good luck. The daughter, Mary Ellen was at the Nick Arnilorfcr icajuence dm 1 ing their ubst-iifc. CONSUMERS Regularly 49c Per Box! Soda CRACKERS CONSUMER SPECIAL AT 2-LB. BOX MARSHHALLOWS "FIRESIDE" BRAND Big Table Stacked High With Them Just Inside Our Door Register For Our FREE Prize! 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