The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
Page 9
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September 15,1955 a Igonn <Hpprr jHotnes! September 15,1955 (i AS -TOON 8 KEN & LEO'S "Wofeh that hood, Leo ... IT SLIPS" We watch for the little things that need our attention. K£N & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT Tl 15 Year-Old Is Injured, Hit By A Baseball Bancroft — Tom Ilatten. 15- vcnr old son of Mr and Mr; Leonard HaH'.-n, was hit on the nose by a baseball Tuesday evening during the game between Whittcmore and St. John's Bancroft. His face was badly bruised and ho suffered a loss of blood. Tom. a sophomore at SI. John's, was uricible to attend school the pasi week. Move To New Home Mr and Mrs Jack Schemme. nnd family moved recently into the Alice Anderson home which they purchased. Mr Schemmel is in "the T-V and radio business with Donald Arndorter. Mrs Anderson moved to Algona last week. At Sister's Riles and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi, Adam Wilhelmi attended funeral services at Wayzata. Minn, for F. X. Wilhelmi's sister, Mrs Elizabeth Et7.Pl. To Wed Sept. 19 Banns of marriage were published for the first and second time for Denise McGee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan McGee, and Roger Wilhelmi. The wedding will take place in St. John's Catholic Church, Sept. 19. A bridal shower in hor honor was held Sept. 15 at the Harvey Boeckholl home. Mr and Mrs Perry Torine accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and family of Fort Dodge lo Sherburne. Minn. Sunday where they visited the Howard Nagel family. OVTM- 100 people attended thr- family reunion of the Nernmers family Sunday held ut the Forester Hall. The Nemrners' twins Clarence and Sylvester and N. J. Nemmi-rs live here. Their sister. Mr and Mrs Ed Kfrr. are visiting here from California and also their brother und family. Tony Nemmers of Kansas City, Mo. Community Meeting In Burt Sept. 15 To Discuss Crowding In School System Burl—Mr Wayne Keith, president of the Burt Community School board, announced that a community meeting will be held in the school gym the 15th of Sept. at 8 p.m. Mr Keith said the Board of Education had studied the problem of the extremely crowded condition of the school. The purpose of this meeting is to present the findings to the people of the community. It is hoped that all parents,and friends of the school will attend. Mr and Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi, Mr En the God of Love. Homemakers Will Meet The Burt Township Home- makers Organizing Tea will be held with Mrs Lawrence Dittmer Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 20. Assisting hostesses are: Mrs Delmar Angus, Mrs Leonard Dittmer, Mrs H. A. Holmgren and Mis Duane Hnbeger. The lesson will be on SAFETY. All women interested are invited. Election of officers will be held. Mr and Mrs Warren Waffle and Mr and Mrs Alvin Liersch of Kendall. Wis. are guests this week at the home of Mr and Mrs F. L. Pratt. Mr Waffle is a cousin of Mr Pratt and the Waffles observed their 50th wedding anniversary some three years ago with the Pratts as guests. Mr arid Mrs John Sewick are spending this week in the Black Hill country of South Dakota. The Sewicks also visited relatives in Cedar Rapids recently. Lottie Istmberger, Bertha Slow and Bertha Wallace were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs VanSleenberge. Mrs Glee Bullock spent Thursday in Rochester. Minn., who re she visited her sister, Mrs Clifford Waltman. a patient there following major surgery recently. Mr and Mrs Art Leason spent Labor Day weekend with Mi> Molly Leason and family in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith ac- ompanied the sun and family. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith of Dixon. Illinois on a sight seeing tour of Duluth, Minn, by way of the North Shore drive. The Wolf Patrol of the Hurt Scouts met with Grover Gfddings Monday after school. The business meeting was hold with Grover Gidding chosen patrol lender: assistant. Keith Mitchell: treasurer, Perry Steward: hike master Larry Westling: quarter master. Garry Abbas; cheer master, Duane Georgia Angus, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus, entered Waldorf College. Forest City where she has enrolled in an elementary teaching course. Darla Bussie. daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Bussie went to Ft. Dodae, Indiana last week \vh<\'-(> -lio entered X'alparrrso Colleao. Jaiv ! Ai'kri man left the last of the w-«'k f"r Lincoln. Neb. where she will take a secretarial course tit L'ni'in College. Janet is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman. Mr and Mrs Jack McMullen and daughter went to Cedar Fall- Wednesdav where Mr McMullen I again entered Iowa State Teacher* C'jl!''<..r> there. They had visited the parents. Howard McMullens. and Wayne Keiths. Members of the Burt Comnui- nitv School Board entertained fhr- fa.-ulty members at the school auditorium Tuesday evening. A 7:Md dinner w;is served t" wive.- and husbands and the evening spent socially. The Burt Band Mothers were hostesses to a reception for the school faculty and families on Thursday evening at the school. A large number of guests were present for the evening. Teachers and parents were introduced, and lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the evening. The Fellowship Committee of the Methodist Church invited members of the Burt faculty and their families to the church for an i-voning of entertainment and visiting. A basket lunch was served at 7.00 followed by a program. Mr and Mrs Asa Mansmilh visited their sister-in-law. Mrs Bertha Mansmith Saturday and* Sunday, enroutc to Harvey, In., where they will spend some time with the Roy Manstniths. They will also visit a son and family and a daughter and family in Michigan before returning to their home in Soammon, Kan. The Fidel is Class Party will ho Thursday. Sept. I.T. meeting with Lulu Hawcott. Edith Chipman assisting. 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