The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 38
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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Whittemore Folks Return From Trip To West Coast Whititfttdt* — Mr and Mrs Woodrow Russell returned home Monday morning from,a three week trip to California and Oregon. In Monterey, Calif, they visited with Mr and Mrs Donald Conrad, and at Lakeview, Ore. they visited Mr and Mrs Fred Fish. The women are sisters. At Portland they visited with a sister of Mrs Russell and other friends and relatives. They said that the sights were wonderful out west, but they drove through all kinds of weather, rain, sleet, snow, at)d fog, and were glad to be back home. Triple Birthday Party « Mr and Mrs Bernard Bell were hostess to a triple birthday Friday afternoon and evening. Mrs Maurice Schwint had a birthday Thursday, Mar. 1, Miss Emma Roeber and Bernadine Bell had birthdays on Friday, Mar. 3. Afternoon callers were Mrs J. M. McCreery.v Miss Emma Roeber, Mrs Otto Bell, Mrs Elmer O. Bell and Mrs Maurice Schwint. The following were evening guests: Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and son Paul, Mr and Mrs Maurice Schwint and son David, Mr and Mrs Andy Elbert, August Roeber, Mr and Mrs Elmer O. Bell and Mr and Mrs Otto Bell of here, Mr and Mrs Ernest Bleuer, Rodman, Mr and Mrs Leroy Bleuer of West Bend and Mr anu Mrs William Bleuer and family of here. Hostess To Club , Mrs Louis Braatz entertained her South Side Card Club Thursday evening. Mrs John Uhlenhake winning high, Mrs Anna Wehrs- pann, low, and Mrs Henry Wich- tcndahl, travel. Mrs Ernest Rosseisen and Mr and Mrs /Carl Ewey of Fenton WELCOME! LAKOTA LADS Left to right. Back row: Dave Friets (AL), Richard Friets (p), James Winter, John Loofl, Robert Friels, Paul Trenary (L), Ledyard. Center row: David Winter, Marion' Burt, Janice Edwards, Elaine Steinberg, Norman Clap, saddle (vp). Front row: Gary Edwards, Sidney White, ' Virgil Wallenline, Tommy Bush. (Absent: Bruce and Brenet Kiel and Larry Trenary). ' SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY Swartz Hardware DOLLAR STRETCHER SALE CONTINUES THROUGH THIS WEEK END WE L C O M E ! GARFIELD HUSTLERS Left to ri&h'. T -'': row: Gary Banwart, Robert Traub, Jerry Schmicl:, i^_an Banwart, Richard Banwart. Center row: Kenny Traub, Philip Fischer Jr., Aaron Anliker, Jay Frieden. Front row: Jack Schmidt, Francis Gerber, Judy Gerber, Marion Gerber, Ronald Banwart. (Leader: Ray Frieden, Ottosen). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY BUILDING SUPPLY were Tuesday visitors at the Theodore Bierstedt home. As dinner guests Wednesday ewe* ning they had Mr and Mrs Melvin Logeman and family of Ledyard. Richard Biersledt of Rolfe came to visit his parents Saturday. Sunday visitors were Mr end Mrs Louis Hackbarth of Algona, Diahne Bierstedt of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kading and sons and Mr and Mrs William Kading and daughter Judy of Lotts Creek and Mrs Fred Heinrich ,and daughter Marion of here. Mr and Mrs Erwin Struecker of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Werhe'r Struecker and family and Mr and Mrs Dale Mains and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Garner, Mr and Mrs Robert Fuerslanau and family of Lotts Creek and Alice Buegner of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck and family of here, helped Walter 'Struecker and Paul Lauck celebrate their birthdays at the Walter-Struecker home one nigh* last week. Mrs Frank Burke arrived horne last week Tuesday from St. Ann hospital where she had been recuperating from a broken ankle. She slipped on some ice at her home two weeks a£o. She is recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs Loren Barker and family of Cedar Rapids spent last %veekend at the parental home of Mi 4 and Mrs Richard Pptratz. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. were at Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon, where Mrs Meyer entered the Lutheran hospital to consult specialists in regard to her health. Mr and Mrs 'Norman Schultz and daughter Debra, and Mrs Ruth Schultz were Sunday eve- ing the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. James Schults of here and Juno Schmehng </i Emmetsburg were Saturday evening dinner guests at tfic home of Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl. Mrs Ernie Meyer and her mother-in-law, Mrs Max Meyer visited with Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer at Swea City Wednesday. Harold is a son of Mrs Max Meyer. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt called at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons were Wednesday evening visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith ,,home.' Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited with Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck near Lone Rock, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Harold Behnke and family of Perry spent, last week with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs Walter V.audt and Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke in Algona. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and fam'ily spent Sunday in Sleepy Eye, Minn, visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Elroy J. Young. The Youngs were former Whittemore residents. Mr Young was the boys coach in basketball and baseball here in the public school. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Roscndahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances and Mrs Mathilda 'Meyer visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn at Depew Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton visited at the homes of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. and Mrs Mathilda Meyer Friday evening. Mr iind Mrs George Meyer accompanied by Mr and Mrs Nick Looft of Armstrong were in Webster City, Wednesday afternoon, where they visited with Gus Nissen, who is a patient in the Webster City hospital. The women are sisters of Mr Nissen. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz gathered at the Schultz home Wednesday cvr-nin:; to celebrate his birthday This was the sixth occasion to celebrate his birthday as he way born Feb. 29, 1932. Those present included Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and Debra, Mrs Ruth Schultz and son James and daughter Janice, Mr and Mrs George Maahs and sons Willis and Robert, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potrat/. and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray of here, Mr and Mrs Ronnie Pettit of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Herbert Zunuich drove to Fergus Fulls, Ali'nn.. Wednesday to briny home their daughter Beverly, who spent ih: oast three months in nur.-.-j> training at the state mental institution in Fergus Falls. Before going to Minnesota, she \VMJ in Algona 6* I. (s Graduate Army M.P. School Army Pvt. Gerald L. Meyer, above, whose wife, Patricia, and parents, Mr and Hrs Arnold J. Meyer, live on Route ,2, .Algqna, recently was graduated from the Military Police Training Center at Camp Gordon. Ga. Meyer entered the Army in October 1955 and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. The 22-year- old soldier was graduated from Lone Rock High School in 1951 (U. S. Army Photo) P.W.O. Mtt At Lone Rock Mar. 1 Lone Rock — The Lone Rock >.W.O. met last Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs Dennis Pri§be gave a resort on the Internatibnal Har- ester dinner served by the Paty circle. Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. who is chairman of World ser;ice gave a report on literature eceiyed for the year. .More used lothing is needed to fill the bags at the church. A cafd was read from Mrs Mc- Cim of Algona, chairman of the nterstate church council, asking or fruit for 'the county home. Mrs Rose Kraft was appointed to purchase the fruit. The Lone Rock P.W.O. was nvited by the Burt. P.W.O. to at- end their March 28 meeting. A student from India will be the guest speaker, meeting to begin at 2 p.m. Mrs Dennis Priebe had charge of the nursery and Mrs Clarence Mtartin will be in charge next month. Mrs Wm. Knoll ga've the prayer with Mrs Clarence Martin •eading the scripture from Luke, twenty-third chapter. Lunch was served to 25 members and foui ;uests by the hostesses,; Mrs Wm. Cnoll, Mrs A. D. Newbrbugh, Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Maurce Weisbrod and Mrs Clarence Martin. Mrs Elaine SaXton had charge of the lesson.. Milwaukee, where she took up a special course for six weeks. She will return again to Sioux City, where she will finish her training. . Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle accompanied Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke ano family of Lotts Creek last week Saturday to Clear Lake, where they visited with Mr and Mrs Donald Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs George Walter H. Meyer, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Bert Scely and family and Mr and Mrs William Qstwald .and daughters were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn near Depew. THe occasion was Mr Bruhn's birthday. Card were played and a lunch was served. H. R. Pettit, Charles Origer William Fandel Jr., Jerry Zatlau- kal, Ralph Bauer and Harley Hutchinson, crack bowlers on the Whittemore Lanes, drove to Sioux Falls, S. D. last Sunday to compete in the tri-state bowling tournament. Bowling agains teams from South Dakota, Neb raska and Iowa. Mr aftd Mrs Elmer Maahs o here and Mr and Mrs Harolc Behnke and son Phillip and dau ghtor Carol of Perry were Sun clay dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudt. son, Mr and Mrs Elaine Saxton and Mrs Emma Hurlburt. The evening was spent playing cards, and lunch was provided by the guests. The couple was presented a purse. •fousewarming Honors Friends and neighbors honored he Alfred Schadendorfs with a ipuscwarming parly Sunday evening. The guests brought the unch and presented the honorees with a gift. The , evening wa. c spent playing 500. Mrs Glenn Arouse won high for ladies, Jun,of Hurlburt high for men. Mr* Leo Schmidt won travel. Guests were Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Bill Kading, Mi and Mrs Rolland Baxter, Mr and Mts Milfred Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bicrstedt, Mr and Mrs Glenn Grouse, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Argil, Mr and Mrs Walter Dacken, Mr and Mrs Her-, schel Hartman and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mrs Roy Jensen entertained the past presidents, who are acting members of the Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary Monday afternoon. Present were Mrs Bernard O'Donnell present president, Mrs Sieb BeWends, Mrs W. G. Flaig, Miss Tena Jensen, Mrs E. A. Lee and Mrs Rose Kraft. Mrs Ralph Thompson and Mrs Fred Genrich were unable to be present. Thursday -evening 42 student* from the Sentral Community Schools went to Estherville to hear the Estherville high school band play a concert. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman, Mr and Mrs Roger Walker, Mr and Mrs Vernon Buschkamp, David Beck and Mrs David Beck Sr., Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Donald Blanchard and Mrs W. G. Flaig. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth were Monday supper guests at the home of Mrs Clara Marlow at Burt. The Idle Hour Club met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Wallace McArthur with Mrs Ralph Thompson assisting. Seventeen members answered roll call. Frank Hofius of Algona showed movies of a trip to Canada and Alaska. Mrs Walter Thompson was a guest and also joined the club. Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder and family visited Sunday afternoon with her mother Mrs Violet Walker' of Algona. Mrs Walker recently fell and broke hei ankle. Norma Bierle started work Tuttday, Marth 6, 19S6 (Iti.) Upp«f Monday at Mason City. She has been attending school at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish, Mr and Mrs Leo Frieden and Mr and Mrs Benton Carter surpised Mrs LeRoy Klepper Monday evening when they called to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs Amanda Pettit, Mrs Ethel McChesney, Mrs Glenn Householder and Evelyn Earing visited Mrs Marie Krause at the Forrest Rouse home at Ayrshire Monday afternoon. Tuesday evening Mrs Gerald Rndig, Mrs Carl Rqinhart and Mrs Louis Seegebarth were host* ess to a pink and blue shower honoring Mrs Victor Dreyei at the Radig home. Thirty-nine ladies were present and the honored guest received many useful gifts. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow attended the funeral of his cousin, Mrs Homer Elwood at Buffalo Center, last Monday. Wednesday afternoon they attended the funeral of John Miller at Elmore, Mr arid Mrs Waltet ¥hornpo|i called Wednesday afternoon oh Mr and Mrs Jens Madaen at Armstrong. Mr aftd Mfs Ira Dutton and Katherine of Algona •were! Sun* day dinner guests at the Wallace McArtHur home. Mr and Mrs A. H. Hildman and family 6f Burt called there in the;eVehini. Mr and Mfs Jack Quihrt visited Mrs Pete Person at Seneca Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson and . family of Belmond spent Sufi- day at the W. G. Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Art Tabor of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Kramer home. , Merwin Christenson, Andy Peterson of Galva, la., Harold Hansen of Dickens, la. attended the polled hereford sale at Cedar Rapids Tuesday. Mrs Roy Chrischilles of Fenton spent Friday afternoon witH her father, Mr Weiner, who is staying at the Henry Schroeder home. • Farewell Party Mr and Mrs Louis Bfoesder were honored with a farewell party Thursday evening at their home, when the folowing friends and neighbors called: Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchin- MILK EASES NERVOUS TENSION WELCOME! SENECA STARS Left to right. Back row: Dorothy Peterson. Jean England. Lois Wilberg, Sharon Dorsey, Sharon Klein. Front row: Margaret Nielsen, Marilyn Johannesen, Kathryn Johannesen (p), Marcia Hartshorn (yp). (Absent: Karen Larten. Leader: Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Lone Rock). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY by Lena Altman Oscar and Ida Riley of V/est Bend spent Sunday here visiting her sisters. Mrs Kato Collins and Mrs Sam Neeher, who was here from Waterloo en a visit. Mrs Dnvo Coleman and daughter attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Julius Kirchhoff at the Beaver church Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alvin Lencrlz and family were dinner guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner near St. Joe. / Agnes Berto spent Monday with her sister, Mrs Clctus Streit, near St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Mike Erdiruin visited Wednesday with his mother, Mrs Charles Armstrong, at the homo of his sister, Mrs Virgil Jennings, in Algona. Mr and Mrs Norman Scott Sunday at the home of his brother, Robert Scott, in Al- 'Mona. PORTLAND BOYS Left to right Back row: Earl Zwiefel (L), Titonka. Richard Truukhill, Harris Harms, David Stewart (p), Merlyn Bartlett. Jerry Koestler, Daryl Sparks (vp), W. J. Stewart (AL). Froni tew: Jack TrunkhilL Corrinne Zwiefel, Norela Trunkhill, Garry Davis. David R&»r:mssen,' LeHoy Davis. Jimmy Sparks, Kermit Zwiefel. WELCOME ! Lsft to right. Back row: Mrs Ralph Tjaden (L), Wesley, Catherine Girres, Nancy Tjaden, Patty Goetz, Mary Lou Dimond (P), Julia Wubben, Carol Girres, Lois Bentele. Center row: Marlys Goetz (vp), Delores Goetz, Ardith Eden, Louise Skow, Mavis Nygaard, Linda Delmering, Marilyn Skow, Mary Trun- nelle. Front row: Ruin Wubben, Rose Ann Hildman, Vivian Pemmer, Barbara Leek, Elaine Neuroth. SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY WELCOME! RIVERDALE RUSTLERS - UNIT II Left to right. Back row: Sheryl Lynn Weydert, Ilene Wagner. Alice Illg (p). Judy Zeimet, Bontfa W«ydert, Piana Lois Erpelding. Center row: Sally Jean Reeling, (vp). Katby Hilbert, Alice Sue Bormann, Karen Winger*, Barbara Front row: Charlene Thul. Marilyn Borraann, Joan Reding, Phyllis Thilges, Patsy Q'Brien, Jeaneitf KeJJner. Patent Wagner Joan Erpelding. Gladys Thul. (Absent: Mary McGwire. Leader: Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Bo4e). • FAREWAY STORE •

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