The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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"5* V o-A!gona (10.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 13, 1956 Two Farewell Parties Held At Livermore Livermore—The freshman girls entertained at a farewell parly recently in honor of Lavita Ewoldt, who moved from here to Whittemore, at the home of Sandra Sprong. A uncial afternoon was spent. Refreshments wen. served. 13th Birthday There was a family gathering "'hursday evening at the Harold Frederick home in honor of the '3th birthday of Donn'u Holmes. Those who helped celebrate the birthday were DcVerne Holmes and three children, Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes, Mr and Mrs Robert White, and Mr and Mrs Harold Frederick. A social evening was spent. Donna received some nice gifts from her relatives. Red Cross Drive Opens The Red Cross drive is underway in Livermore. Mrs Dolores Christensen is the Livermore chairman. Those assisting with the drive are Mrs M. Erdman, Mrs Robert Wonderluy, Mrs Vcr- non Fiderlick, Mrs Culvert Johnson, Mrs Maurice McGee, and Mrs Art Vaudt. Farewell Parly About 40 friends of Mr and Mrs Henry Strunc gathered at their home Sunday evening at a farewell party. Five hundred and other card games were played. High prize lor ladies went to Mrs Richard MeKenna and consolation prize to Mrs Frank Cox. High for men went tu Torn MeKenna and low to Richard McKenna. Mr and Mrs Strunc were presented with a gift from the group. Pot luck refreshments were servec The Sl.runc family is moving to Bancroft March 15. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wells visited Friday with Bill Frish, who is a patient at the Maple Swea-Harrison 4-H Boys Club Left to right. Back row: Betty Clark, DeeAnn Swanson, Janet Thoreson, Lois McGregor, Hoberl Wiskus, Billy Wiskus, Larry Torine, Ronnie Kallved. Third row: Maxine Clark, Karen Johanson. Treva Petersen, Charles Heidenwith, Bill Lawrence, Kenneth Schmick- ing Larry Clausen, Glendon Peterson, David Kaltvecl. Second row:-Danny Peterson, Robin Swanson, Billy Johnson, Lowell Jensen, Maurice Anderson,''Danny Rasmussen, Richard Olson, Jimmy Kaltved, Luverne Wiskus, Kenny Kaltved, Billy Clark. Front row: Everett Johnson, (AL), Ronald Linde, Duane Jensen (vp), Robert Kaltved (p), Jimmy Hardt, Cecil Thoreson (L), Swea City. given by Mrs Leonard Wilson. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. A luncheon was served to the members at the close of the meeting. Supper guests Sunday evening at the Alvin Lenertz home were Mr and Mrs Gus Bosallis of Storm Lake and Mr and Mrs Geo. Lenertz, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner were evening visitors at the Lenertz home. Mrs John Olson entertained the 20th Century Club members at her home Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Karl Baessler. Mrs Dorothy Malkmus was elected president for 1956 and Mrs R. W. Beardsley vice president. The annual reports were The lesson was given by Mrs L. E. Kay. Lena Altman entertained the Just For Fun Club members and Mrs Norman Scott at a one thirty luncheon at her home Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in playing auction bridge. High prize went to Mrs Clifford Baker, second high to Leaf Rest Home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Fol"bus Stiltz and two sons and Mr and Mrs Larry Stiltz and son Tony of Biloxi, Miss, were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch of Burt, parents of Mrs Forbus Stiliz. Mr and Mrs Louis H&ckbarth ol Algona were supper guests Sunday evening at the Karl Baessler home. They are cousins of Mr Baessler. Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard and family and Mr atid Mrs Charles Nygaard and family of Wesley visited Sunday with their mother, Mrs Lizzie Nygaard, and their sister, Mrs Virgil Smith and family. Mr and Mrs John Hohenbcrger and Matt Kellner were supper guests ut the John Zeimet home. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hauck and family of Humboldt were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Mary Hauck. Dinner guests Sunday at tne Forbus Stilt/, home were Mr and Mrs Larry Stilt/ and son and Mr and Mrs Ray Stiliz. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Berte near LuVerne. Lee Jarvis, who spent two months training in the National Guards at Camp Chuffee, Ark., returned home bunclay. Mr and Mrs Arlon McGowan were Sunday evening supper guests at the James Youngclos home in Renwick. Mr and Mrs John Olson and John iind Donald Faith and Mrs LeHoy Gronba'th and children returned home Feb. 213 from Hock Island, 111., where they spent the weekend at the Bill Smith home- Mrs Olson and Patty Gronbach cared for the Smith children while Mr and Mrs Smith, John Olson, Mrs Li.'Roy Gronbach attended tin; state high .school wrestling tournament at Maywood, 111. Mr Smith's wresihn; team won the Illinois wrestling championship. Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson attended their Five hundred post lucK supper at the John Sorlie home Sunday evening Following the supper live hundred wa.s the j evening's entertainment. . A son was hoi n Feb. loth to I Mr and Mis Kay Zenni.-l at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mrs Lena Fuhnnann attended to the household duties at the Zeime! home. Mr and Mrs Francis Murphy attended the funeral services of Mrs Murphy's uncle Thuisdav morning. Mr and Mrs Clarenre Nelson and throe children of W«.-.-.v.-v visited Sunday with his mothei Mis Rose Nelson, at the James McBreen home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte attended the basketball tournament Mundav evening in Webster City. The WSCS were entertame.l a' the farm home of Mrs Ule Sit tier Wednesday afternoon. Tin devotions and the lesson were Mrs Norman Scott, and the traveling prize to Mrs Francis Murphy. Mrs Tommy Kissinger entertained the Neighborhood club at luncheon last Tuesday afternoon. Equality Club members were entertained at the home of Anna Altman Thursday afternoon. Mrs George Foth gave a lesson on Pearl Buck and Mrs Edna Bowes cave a Play Review. They made plans for the county meeting here April ath when the Equality club will be the hostess club. Hi Jinks * -K * * Devoted to "Behind The Scenes" Items From' Algona High School. The Scorch torch is beginning to flicker faintly, but it is believed that one of the faculty members is somewhat wary ot large blazes, so the spark is being fanned along carefully. Heard Algona the Lunch Line— "He exchanged sandwiches with her. That means they're practically going steady." * m « As the schools become more and more cognizant of the problem of the gifted child, we realize that a truly gifted child is gifted in all things. For example, athlete, scholar, and hokku writer Doug Meyer, whose musical talent previously had gone relatively unnoticed, came into his own last week in chorus playing hot licks on a cool triangle. * * * Two of AHS's somewhat less fortunate children, Dick Vipond and Sandra Shumway, received word from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation that they would each receive a Certificate of Merit to add to their growing collections of souvenirs. * * * John Opie, an English artis'l when asked with what he mixed colors, said: "I mix them with my brains, sir." The cast of the forthcoming religious play, having no excess of the above mentioned material, decided to mix their paint with paint remover to thin it. The effect was, of course, breathtaking. Few people on the stage could breathe very long at all. M * * Famous Last Line—"And we have it at the drug store for just —" Isn't that right, Lorelie? —SS. 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