The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1956 · Page 38
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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6-Algonci (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 27, 1956 Operetta At Lone Rock Is Given Tuesday Lone Rock — The Lone Rock school presented its operetta Tuesday evening, March 27, at the school. The production was "Peter Rabbit". There was no admission charge. There will be no school March 30th, Good Friday. Plan Benefit Dinner The Lone Rock American Legion is sponsoring a ham and swiss steak dinner Wednesday evening, April 4th, at the school lunch room. Serving begins at 5:00. Adults 1.25: children under twelve 50c. Proceeds from the dinner will go towards sending the Junior Legion baseball team to see a major league game at the end of the season. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet a week later on April llth. P. W. O, Meets April 5 " General meeting of the Lone Rock P.W.O. will be April 5th. Hostesses are Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs P. M. Chritenson, Mrs Delmar Fischer. Mrs Fred Dransfeldt, Mrs Milton Madison, and Mrs L. V. Johnson. Program — "In All and Through All" "A Big World Fulj of Little Churches"— Mrs Fredrick Schultz. Birthday Honors Mrs Leslie Johnson was honored at a birthday party Wednesday evening at the Clarence Kraft home. The evening was spent playing "Cootie" with prizes going to Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Leslie Johrison, Mrs Merton Larson, and Mrs Jess Blanchard. Guests were Mesdames Leslie Johnson, Roy Merchant, Ronald Christensen, A. A. KrUe- ger, E. A. Lee, Roper Jensen, Art Priebe, Erich Seegebarth, Kenneth Jackson, Jess Blanchard, Merton Larson and Milton Madison. Coffee Parly Hostess Mrs Roy Jensen entertained a coffee party Tuesday in .honor of the birthday of Mrs Roger Jensen. Guests besides the honoree wjjre Mesdames, Harvey Jergenson, Dean Jergenson and Barbara of Algona, ' Carl Peterson, Frank Flaig, W. G. Flaig, E. M. Jensen, W. J. Cotton. Miss Ten a Jensen and Kathy Jensen. Lone Rock Rockets The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met March 14th at the home of Muriel Nordine, Kay Geitzenauer and Susan Montgomery gave talks. Kay Geitzenauer and Eileen Bin/on repotted on their window displays in Algona during 4-H week. Mrs E. A. Lee was a guest mother. Modernelie Club The Modernette club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs Walter Dacken with 15 answering roll call on "What party I like best". The afternoon was spent playing five-hundred with orizes going to Mrs Ray Laabs, Mrs Robert Lynch and Mrs Wil- 'ard Thompson. Sunday evening the Modernet- te club members entertained their husbands to a dinner at the Fenton Community hall with 32 present. After dinner five-hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs Wayne Lynch, Mrs Bob Lynch, Gene Bollig, Walter Dacken and Willard Thompson. Card Parly Hosts Mr and Mrs James Marlow entertained a card party Friday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Marlin Bailsman, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Roger Long, David Beck and Robert Hutchinson. Prizes went to Mrs Gene Blanchard for high and Mrs Fritz Newbrough low; Dale Schroeder high, and Gene Blanchard low. Mrs Bernard Miller entertained a card party Saturday afternoon with the following ladies present, mesdames James Marlow, Marlin Bausman, Junior Hurlburt, Roger Long, Gene Blanchard, Pat and Susan, Fritz Newbrough and Stevie, Dennis Priebe and Barry, Dale Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and girls of Estherville spent the weekend at the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy were dinner guests there on Sunday. Mr and -Mrs Kenneth Fischer of Bancroft are the proud parents of a baby daughter born Friday evening, March, 16, at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The little Miss weighed seven pounds and twelve and one-half ounces, and has been named Dafawn Dal viie. Ovnndpnronts arc Mr rind Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and Mr and Mrs Ernest Fischer both of Lone Rock. Great grandmothers are Mrs Chas. Fischer of Swea City, Mrs Franka Schadendorf of Lakota and Mrs John Junke.f- meier of Albert City. This is the first great grandchild for Mrs Schadendorf and Mrs Junkermeier. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus entertained at dinner last Thurs- lay evening in honor of their daughter Jane's eleventh birth- jay. Guests were Margaret Ditt- mi;r, Bob Angus, Mr and Mrs Har- ..ild Angus and Toni of Burt and. Mr and" Mrs Claude WhitehiU of Algona. Lawrence Geitzenauer, Delmar Fischer and Bernard Reilly attended a special meeting in Fort Dodge, Thursday evening, at the new Service Feed Company. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo of Algona spent Friday evening at the Blaine Saxton home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family called Friday evening at the Jack Tieman home at Burt. Sunday they were dinner guests at the Henry Tieman home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder visited from last Friday till Monday with the LaVerne Schroeders at'Moville, la. They also visited the Chris Weiners at Hampton, la. Mrs Henry Weiner has been visiting at the Roy Chrischilles home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Victor Whalen and Mr and Mrs Jack Benjamen, Karin and Scott of Dolliver were afternoon callers Sunday at the Geo. Kissner and Roy Jensen homes. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Mrs Emma Hurlburt called Sunday afternoon on Mrs Orie Hurlburt at the Burt rest home. Mr.and Mrs Roger Jensen and family spent Saturday at Yale, la., visiting at the Orville Deardorf home. Mr and Mrs Robert Morris and family of Granville, la., spent Friday evening at the Wayne Lynch home. Mr and Mrs Perry Watnem of Ottosen spent Friday evening at :he Herman Kramer home. i-tr and Mrs Bernard Miller and family spent Monday evening at the Victor Dreyer home. Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman called at the Miller home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs George B. Long and Dan-yl were Sunday supper guests at the Clarence Ackerson home at Wesley. Mrs Ruth Krueger was a Saturday dinner guest at the Long home. Guests Saturday evening at the Swea Sunbeams Met March 17 City — The Swea Sunbeams 4-H club met at the home of Lois McGregor on March 17. The program consisted of a demonstration "How to Treat a Dust Cloth", by Barbara Stenzel; a talk on "Leg Conscious" by Betty Stenzel; a demonstration "How to fix loose joints" by Karen Johanson, also a talk on Manners by Karen: and picture studies, by Lois McGregor and Joan Irmiter on "The Stone. City" and "Stockade." .Guest mothers present were Mrs Louis Stenzel and Mrs Ed Fitzgerald. The April meeting will be at the home of Karen Johanson, at which time a test on all of the pictures .studied, will be given. Dell Marlow home were Mr and Mrs Marlin Bailsman. Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow, all of Lone Hock and Mr and Mrs Donald Arns and family of Hawarden, Mr and Mrs Carl Bonstead and family of Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Richard Dallmnn and family of Algona. Joan McCleish spent the weekend at the Clarence Weis home at Armstrong. Mr'and Mrs Wallace McArthur spent Sunday afternoon at the Ralph Campbell home at Armstrong. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and girls spent the evening at the McArthur home. The Idle hour club held a pot luck supper last Monday evening at the Ed Tigges home. Five- hundred was played after suooer with prizes going to Harold Nelson for high, low to Melvin Falber, low for women to Mrs Ed Tigges and high to Mrs Harold Nelson. Craig Blanchard and Garry Schultz of Ottosen went to Mason City, by bus from Algona Saturday and accompanied Gordon Blanchard to Des Moines for the state basketball finals. They returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Chas. Staudt and girls spent Saturday at Storm Lake at the Jim Lenhart home. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve spent Sunday evening at the Ben Schmidt home. Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained last Friday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs Roger Jensen. Guests were Mesdames Roger Jensen, Raymond Laabs, Jess Blanchard, Merton Larson, Kenneth Jackson, E. A. Lee, A. A. Krueger, Milton Madison, Erioh Seogebarth. Leslie Johnson and Clarence Kraft. The ev- rning was spent playing court- whist with prizes going to Mrs Merton Larson for high and low to Mrs Milton Madison. Dinner and supper guests, at the Jack Quinn home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Ed Goche and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Quinn, Mr and Mrs Joe Kramer and family, Bridget. Erwin and Col- Urn Quinn of Bancroft. Mr Jim 1'hul, of Ames and Barbara Quinn. Janet Krueger accompanied Mr Thul and Barbara' Quinn home from Des Moines. Dinner guests Sunday at the Frank Flaig home were Mr and Mrs Roger -Jensen, Kathy and Kodney, Mr and Mrs Dean Jer- licnsen and family of Algona. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Mr,s Jensen and Mrs Jer- They also attended the baptismal services for their son, Kirt Alan, at the Lutheran church in Rock Rapids of which Mrs Louis Seegebarth was a sponsor. Mr and Mrs Ray Schnyder of Goldfield, la., spent' Sunday at the Don Houck.home. ... _ a _^__ Mr and Mrs Leonard Weydert and daughter of Adams, Minn., were guests Sunday at the LeRoy Klopper home. She is a sister of Mr Klepper. Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs Alifce 1 Bierle and Mrs Walter Dacken and Billy Murray spent Saturday at Postville, la., at the Truman Overeen home. Sunday they visited the John Householders at Oelwein. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family called Saturday evening at the Clarence Hovey home at Armstrong. Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve spent Thursday evening at the Bill Fatilstick home in Whit- tcmore, while Mr Newbrough at- lendeH a meeting at West Bend. Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Frank Fluig and Mrs Maude Blanchard spent Thursday at Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson and Mrs Louise Godden called Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris. Mr and Mrs Kerwood Quinn and family of San Lorenze, California, arrived Tuesday to spend a few days at the parental Jack Quinn home. They were enroute to Cleveland, Ohio, Thursday evening. Mr and • Mrs Kerwood Quinn and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn were supper guests at the Ed. Goche home at Bancroft. Barbara Quinn returned to Ames Wednesday after spending a few days at home. Mr and Mi's Glenn Householder visited Mrs Amanda Pettit at EsthervUle hospital Wednesday evening. Thursday evening Mrs Ethel McChesney, Evelyn Earing and Bernard Pettit called on her. Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth and family and Mrs Gerald Radig were guests Sunday at Rock Rapids at the Paul Thacker home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Tim, Debra and Garry of Ottosen spent Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at the Maude Blanchard home. Kim Blanchard spent the weekend at the Delbert Blanchard home at Spirit Lake. Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Pat arid Susan were dinner guests there and Kirn returned home with them. Don Marlow called at the C. E. Householder home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Gowrie visited Sunday at the parental Chas. Morris home. There is a monument to Johnny Appleseed, pioneer apple grower, at Mansfield, Ohio. Senator Thomas K. Martin, There nre morft native born elected to the U. S. 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