The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 37
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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October 6,1955 Citr glgona tipper Beg jflotneg October 6,1955 40 Cubs, Parents At Burt Enjoy Picnic Dinner Burt—Some 40 cubs and parents attended a Cub ScOut picnic dinner given at- the VFW Hall (-JAS-TOONS KEN & LEO'S \ -i r\ x & 11 t-'*?fcj ^ - Ji^O / fr< - U "O^ Mt— . ^ >v. /(«*» ^•^•0*n 1 1 «-,. "Perhaps Madam can do it WITHOUT SWEARING." Everybody swears BY our service KEN & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. Monday evening. Three new members with their parents attending were Danny Castor, Arthur Janrtseri and Roger Giddings. The following awards were presented: silver arrow, George Patterson; gold arrow, John Lovstad; wolf badge, Richard Gebken, and bob cat pins to the three new members. Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff with Dorothy and Jerry spent the weekend with relatives and friends in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Nickerson and Janise with Mrs Rosina Rabb of Charles City were recent weekend visitors at the John Snere home here. Mr and Mrs Clyde Snere of Spencer were also visiting the Son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Snere and sons. Mr and Mrs Orville Nordstrom, r^t>rma, Lola, and Orville, Jr. of St. Anthony, la. were Sunday dinner guests at the Rudy Willrett home. Supper and evening guests were Mr and Mrs Harry Sabin of Algona. ' Mrs Richard Lavrenz and cMl- dren spent the weekend with relative? in Lake Mills. A brother from Georgia was also at Lake Mills for the weekend. Mr Lavrenz went for his family on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff were recent Saturday night guests of Rev. and Mrs Oswell Summers in St. Paul. They also visited Mr Vanderhoff's mother who is employed at the Shattuck School for Boys at Faribault. Rev. Summers and his family were residents of Bancroft several years ago. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary were hostesses at a tea at the Hall Monday afternoon. Some 30 members and eligible members attended. Arrangements were in charge of Mrs O. H. Graham and Mrs Don Patterson. The door prize of a free membership was won by Mrs Paul Moore. Kimber's Variety Store opened last week in Burt. Mrs Clifford Holding is in charge!" Mr and Mrs James Sewick of Spirit Lake spent Sunday with relatives here. They were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Art Leason and visited Mrs Bertha Stow in the afternoon. Sunday guests at the Fred Lavrenz home were Mr and Mrs Roy Fethkenher of Storm Lake. They were enroute home from a vacation with relatives in St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward of Hazelcrest. III., are parents of a daughter born to them Sept. 29. The Stewards have three sons. .Rickey and Ronney in school and Bobby at home. The Waltei Stewards are the grandparents. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs Anne Reimers were Mr and Mrs Louis Reimers of Milwaukee, the Ed Reimers and Mrs Kate Menz of Fenton and the Don Reimers. the Howard Batts and Carol Reimers. Mr and Mrs Russell Hammerstrom spent Sunday with the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hamrrierstrom in Riceville. Tomorrow is the greatest laborsaving device of today. 51, Joe Girl In Fashion Show In Minneapolis St. Joe — Betty Lou Wagner, daughter of Mrs Adeline Wagner. was one of 99 girls in the Singer dressmaking contest fashion show in the East room of the Curtis Motel in Minneapolis, Minn, on Saturday, Oct. 1. Four girls were awarded Singer sewing machines for their prize and also a 3-day trip to New York City. Betty Lou Wagner won the area contest here. Mrs Orville "Wagner anc) daughter Judy, and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and daughter Patricia, accompanied Betty and her mother to Minneapolis. Parenls Of Son Mr and Mrs Alfred ZeUer are parents of a son born Friday. Sept. 30, at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. This makes two boys in the Zeller family. Mrs Mary- Kramer of Whittemore is maternal grandmother and Mr and Mrs John Zeller of here are paternal grandparents. Mrs Mary Kramer of Whittemore is here at the home of hdr daughter, Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller and son. Mrs Maurice Reding came horrlte on Tuesday from St. Ann Hos- pital in Algona. Richard John, infant son, born Sept. 29, remained several days longer at the hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Friders and family and Mr and Mrs Martin Friders and family attended a Friders family dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Friders home near Whittemore on Sunday evening. Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas was hostess to members of the Far- merette 500 club at their recent meeting. Mrs William Specht, Algona. was a guest. High prize was awarded to Mrs Martin Friders, low to Mrs Milford Plathe and the traveling award to Mrs Harold Friders. Mrs Martin Friders will entertain the t.'hib at its October meeting. Catholic Daughters of America. Court St. Joseph. No. J554 held its regular monthly meeting in St. Joseph's hall Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 8 o'clock with the grand regent, Mrs Frank Reding, presiding. Balloting on new candidates was the special business at this meeting. Reception of new members is to be held on Oct. 20 wr;n a 6:30 dinner. The committee in charge of Wednesday evening's lunch and social hour will be. Mrs Leo Thilges, Mrs Will Reding, Mrs Clarence Bormann. Mrs James Schade, Mrs Paul Eipelding, Mrs George Wagner. Mrs John Hilbert. Mrs George Foth. Mrs Ralph Reding and Mrs Genevieve Wevdert. Colored Singers Appear In County The well-known colored singers from Rust College, Mississippi, will give a concert at the Methodist church in Algona. Sunday evening, Oct. 9, and at the Fenton Methodist church on Monday evening. Oct. 10. The group is pictured above. A nodding acquaintance is one with whom you have nodding in common. LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer Mr Red Classen returned Saturday evening from Chicago where he had attended the Kellog Crossbar Dial Telephone Switching Training Course for the past five weeks. Mrs William Poppe and Mrs Kenneth Poppe of Blue Earth attended a Pink and Blue shower at the home of Mrs H. Larson of Swea City Friday evening honoring Mrs Raymond Gustafson. Mr and Mrs Carl Noycs and daughters Carol and Sharon of Grand Marias, Minn, visited at the D. A. Carpenter home from Thursday to Sunday. Mrs Marie Halvorson went to Waterloo on Friday to stay with her grandsons while their parents, Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson, attended a convention in DCS Moines. On Monday Marvel ami Mrs Gertrude Wiemer went clown for Mrs Halvorson, returning on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur and Mrs Ruth Dutton of Lone Rock were Sunday afternoon guests at the Fred Dulton home. 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