The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 45
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 45

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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> Banquet For Athletes Held At LuVerne LiiVeTne — The seventh an- nu?l LuVerne High School Athletic: Banquet for 1955-56 was held in the lunch room of the LuVeine Consolidated S c h o o i Wednesday, April 4, at (J-.30 p.m. This event is sponsored jointly by the L,uVoriie Chamber ol Commerce and- high 'school. The Iowa hairTdinner was pre- pnrud and served by the school lunch program cooks, Mrs Laura Meyer and Mrs Jessie Stripling, assisted by Mrs Charles Hinz. Wni tresses were, high school girls. The program was opened by the Rev. Robert Kessinger. Welcome Was given by the toastmaster, Bertie C. Ramus, president of chamber of commerce. Remarks .'were given by Supl B E. Martin, Linda Sorensen, girl athlete, and Larry Henderson and Kenneth Stripling, boy athletes. Guest speaker was Jim Zabel, head sports announcer, WHO, DCS Moines. Musical selections were mixed quartet: Larry Henderson, Donald Baker, Vera Hunselman and Myrha Northrop; trumpet duet. Ronald Stona and Dwaynt* Tobey, with' Mrs Ray Stone, accompanist. Presentation of awards was by Bryc'O A. Wickett, coach. Many Hospital Patients Mr and Mrs Paul Northrop have- returned from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs Northrop underwent surgery and was hospitalized three week.-;. LaVerne Jeffers has been ;• surgical patient in Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge since April 1 Mr and Mrs Ray Stony received a telephone call Thursday from Iowa State College, Ames telling that their daughter Mar- •cia Stone, sophomore, had been hospitalized in college hospital since Monday. Mrs Stone wen' to be with her daughter. Mr and Mrs James Mallory went to Des Moines Sunday Monday Mrs Mallory entered the: Veteran's hospital fur medical observation and possible treatment. Lc.-lie Calkins, who has a ton- soria.l parlor here, expects to enter the Veteran's hospital Tuesday, April 10, tor medical observation. His shop will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday, April 10-11. LuVerne Soldier Off For 5 Weeks Tank Training Army Sergeant First Class August R. Sankey, son of Mr and Mrs Harry W. Sankey, Burt, Iowa, prepares to leave Fort Riley, Kan., for five weeks of tank training at Camp Irwin, Calif. Sergeant Sankey and other members of his unit, the 1st Infantry Division's (53d Tank Battalion, are scheduled to return to Fort Riley in May. A tank commander With the battalion's Company A, Sankey entered the Army in 1952. He was awarded the Good Conduct Medal and the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal while serving with the U. S. Navy during World War II. The sergeant's wife, Mary, lives at Fort Dodge. (U. S. Army Photo) there from a base in Texas. Ed and Fred Blum of Monticello, Wis. visited Thursday to Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly. M. B. Littlejohri of Ottumwa is visiting in the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Littlejohn. Mr and Mrs Roy Roed and children of Woodbine wefe weekend visitors in the home of the latter's parents," Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz. Mr and Mrs George Tiede of Fairmont, Minn, visited Thursday with his father, Fred Tiede, who makes his home with his sister-in-law, Mrs Alvina Tiede. They came to visit with the former's brother and nephew, Walter Tiede and Richard, visiting here from Detroit, Mich. • World Service Meeting The Woman's Society of World Serv'ce met Thursday at'teYnoon, April 5, in the rooms of the Evangelical United Bret h r c n church with very good attendance. Guests were Mrs Eursula Frantz and Mrs Curtis Morgan. Mrs Bernard Wolf presided at the business. Plans were 'drawn for the Spring Workers Conference of officers and socrolarie;. to be held Tuesday, April 111, at Webster City. The meeting opened with a devotions service led by Mrs- Arl luir M.ias. The lesson study was given by the pastor's wife Mrs J. I'aul Stevens. Mrs Albert lU'fli was thi !u).-te':S. serving refreshment?. Lutheran Aid Meeting 'I he Lutheran Aid Society in v Thursday afternoon in the df the /',1'in Lutheran chuiva v. iiti Mrs Ti;e.":; Sdv.Kiki.'Mber.:; p:':-siding. Twonty-t'uur ni"inl)ers and one guest, Mrs Howard Kanry ol IrviniiUon, present. The ri.-li:;i:iu^ study was in charge' of Ri-'v. Loin;- Witt'euburg and lie g.;ve tin: mi-; sion stuily on topic "Youth Saved To Serve." The society voted S2;- for -;piiiv; missionary pledge Plans v.viv uuulc for a .Yloth.T'- Tea to be iii'ld at the May 3 ;iu-et- ing. An auction was held. Hostess sowing rc-frc 'hinent 1 was Mrs Fivni: Gn».ib;>.r!}. Mr ;i!ul Mrs Kdwanl Schumaker ai'.l tw.i son-; <.•! I Mm FJluilr-, Ark. weiv Kastcr wivk- (-IH! Lurv.ts in ti;i' li 'lia- o| t;ie hitt.T's pari'iit.--, Mr :::;.! Mi';Bert Pu'/ !i;rk. Mr an;! M>s L;i\vrence Mivsli- CMiu|) and children of Minii; 1 ;;- pulis svoiv visiMiv Kiirflrr ii\ i!ie home of her lather, M'.". : L. BLU-- toll. ' Gut .-'I-* Easier in liu 1 h >:H'.' ol Mr and :\irs Kilw'm M:n-! M;- ar.d Mr:- Ju<l":m \V.'Ui::i of Randall, Janice Marty o! Ed and Fivil niui.i of LI, Wis.: Mr aiir! M:- Kl'i,;n f P a: li'llii'.' 1 .' 1 '!' oi and Mr-: ' IK :".'.' lUil.'. V'rriK'. East. : -'.ui'.-!s in Mr ap-i .M"- 1'erl I'm 'sUi tlu-ir i-i.'i.;.en. Mi w;-rd y'l-iui;^; kfi . I'm. -MIM Mr ;.: Mr and M ol A I;.: -ii.i; -.-:.!i.'i; oi' Oil Gretna Braynard of Webster City and Mrs Merlin Baker of Corwith. Mrs Joseph Thorn presided at the routine business. Highlight of the meeting was the demonstration of cake decorating presenting by Mrs Bernard Wolf. Hostesses for the April 12 meeting of the LuVerne Cemetry Society are Mrs C. O. McClellan, chairman, assisted by Mrs Eli Eager, Mrs Homy Kubly and Mrs Ervin Barton. Mrs William liijcppncr. president, extends a cordial invitation to those interested to attend whether members or not. The NBC met Tuesday afternoon. tApril 3, in the farm home of Mrs Norma E. McClaran with a good attendance. Mrs Blanche Shoemaker, of Merrill, sister of Mrs Albert Genrich. was a guest. After a social afternoon, refreshments were served by. the hostess. The next meeting will be .Vlny 1. in the lumie of Mrs William Schipull. The Friendly Neighbor Club were guests Tuesday afternoon, April 3, in the farm home of Mrs Elmer Kubly. Eleven members and two guests. Mrs Emma Kubly, Eagle Grove, and her daughter, Mrs John Ankland, Goldfield, were present. Mrs Ralph Oxley conducted a spelling contest and a white elephant exchange^ was. enjoyed. The birth- rJnys of Mrs W. Raymond Legler and Mrs Norman Oborhehnen and anniversary of Mrs Raymond U:"'Uind were observed. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly. thi-;r hnu.segue.sts. Ed and Fred Blum of Monticello, Wis., Mrs Emma .Kubly and Mrs jimma Bloom of Renwick visited Friday in the home of their cousin, Mrs Anna'Kelling in Goldficld. Miss Hulda Frilxemeier, Wartburg College, Waverly, spent •several days here looking after her fanning interests and calling on friends. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly visited in the C. E. Saddoris home in Dakota City with their friend.; Mrs Dora Friday. Mrs Friday, 92, is in ill health and now confined to her bed in the home ol her daughter. George Jeffers, attending business college, Mason City, was called home by the serious illness of his father, LaVerne Jeffers, surgical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs Tillie Meyers has now returned from an extended visit in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyers in Whittemore. Mr- Meyers, who is not in good enough health to permit her to live alone, is now at the home ot her son, Harold Meyers and family, who moved back to Lu- Verne this spring from Swea City. Walter Tiede and son, Richard, of DStroil, Mich, visited his father, Fred Tiede, and other relatives here this week. , They also visitedi;. in-'r.Clarion -.with jUitiia»£«i Kirsteift, 'father of the late Mrs Walter Tiede. Enroute here they spent the Easter weekend a; Chanutc Field. 111., with their son and brother. Tommy Tiede, in the service and recently transferred •WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr and Mrs R, C. Bauer visited their Son; Ralph Bauer and family at Whittemore Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Harry Peters are proud parents of a baby girl, Donna Mae, born Monday, April 2, in Britt hospital. They also have 18-month old Gloria Jean. Harry's mother, Mrs Mary Peters, is helping out at home. The new mother 1 is the former Leona Harringa. Emil Seifert of Mason City visited his mother. Mrs Mary Seifert Sunday,' April 1. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker and family were Easter Sunday puests of his parents, Mr and Mrs Anton Becker, at St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ptacek attended the wedding of his coUS- in at Alta Vista Monday, April 2. I CAR BUY-OF-THE-WEtK Two-Door — Powerglide White Wail Tires - Really Exceptional Their four children stayed at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becket, til Tuesday morning. Tom Forburger, mayor And Norbert Hilbert, town marShall, Attended a state safety m&etlftg in Des Moines Monday, April 9. Mr and Mrs Cliff Carlson ana family and Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings were Easter Sunday guests of the women's mother, Mrs Henrietta Bowman of Algona. Mrs Eva Monson of Washington, la., formerly«of Wesley, was married to Eugene Black on March 24 at Brighton. Iowa. Both are employed in Washington. Relatives and friends have received invitations to the wedding Saturday, April 14, at Holy Family church in Mason City of Jerold D. Lloyd, youngest son of Mrs Loretta Lloyd and Mary Louise Sutton of Mason City. The reception will be held in the parish hall following the ceremony. Mrs Elmer Doughan entertained the "Jolly Dozen" club at her farm home Tuesday afternoon, April 3. Audra Doughan and Miss Cunningham of Corwith and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer were guests. Mrs Mary Seifert spent Sunday, April 1, at the h d me of. her daughter, Mrs Ida Bonn at Garner and Monday at the home of a friend, Mrs Gustie Daubecker at Britt. Her daughter, Mrs Carl Albee spent Monday evening at the Daubecker home and brought her home. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman and their son-in-law and .daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Kain of Algona spent the Easter weekend at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs Herman Lyons and family at St. Paul, Minn Oary Lyons arrived home Easter Sunday, having been discharged from 2 years of navy service. Mr Kain and a daughter were con- firmprt Easter Sunday morning in a Catholic church there. Mrs Annie Reno was brought home ovei^the weekend from the Brill Hospital \vh«re shfe had been two weeks for medical cai^e. Dies At llut iarth Lakeii-*Funeral services were Held Mai-ch 27 at Blue Earth with burial in Sherburh, Minn,, for Fred Schaefer, who died the previous Thursday ih the Blue Eat-th hospital. Mr Schaefer has lived pn one of Raymond Smith's fm-fns, being employed by the GreeYi Giant Canning Company for about two years. Me is survived by Mrs Schaofer and two daughters, Juanita at home and Mrs Orval Kienitz of Lakota, as Well as seven sons. Titonka Guests Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Law- fence Bergman and family spent Easter Sunday at the .Bernard McGuire home in Titonka. x Tuttday, AptH 15, 1»36 Algona (la.) De« R£AD ABOUT... tt ' ' WAYNES FEEDS in this month's FARM & HOME lection ROBINSON PRODUCE Algona Wesley CONTAGIOUS Everybody's susceptible to courtesy and kindness. If you share telephone service with others, hang up quickly and quietly when you find the line ih use. You'll soon see they'll do the same for you. Other tips for good party-line telephone service: space out your calls, give up the line for emergency calls, replace the receiver carefully. Remember, party- line courtesy is catching. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. i, .,.,, ."i ,-.,, .,:,!d, : v ;.i: - n'i n '•'•>. A Mis S. K.'B,,k«.. .; ,, , , ,",,1 ; r///&////Ar//M////y/W////S/^^ LOCAL RESIDENT IN CLOSE GALLON MINNESOTA TRIP Tire blows at high speed; disaster narrowly averted A local resident (name on request) was making a recent trip to the Twin Cities. Tires on the car were considered in very good condition. On a straight stretch *fhiflhwdy^ ontf*^h«t»*tires ''blew out", and it was only a matter of luck, and great effort that the vehicle was not thrown out of control. In fact, a following motorist stopped at the scene and exclaimed that "it was a very close call." . ' ' . 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