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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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Old-Fashioned, Box Social For County Demos, May 2 One of the first county-wide rallies of a political nature has been set for Wednesday, May 2, by the Kossuth Democratic organization, with an old-fashioned rally and box social at Bancroft in'the Legion Hall, starting at 8 p.m. All candidates for office on the Democratic ticket, county, state and district, have been invited. R. M. "Spike" Evans, candidate for the U. S. Senate, will be the main speaker of the evening. Ladies attending, will bring a box lunch for auction. The 1956 campaign slogan of the Kossuth Democrats is "Help agriculture out of the fix in '56.'* A Democratic candidate for governor, Herschel C. Loveless of Ottumwa, was in Kossuth county last week, and arrived in the middle of a box social planning meeting held by party workers. In the above photo he is shown seated, with H. J. McNertney, Bancroft, at the right. Standing, left to right, are Mrs Lerpy Schiltz, Bancroft, Mrs Ed Fitzgerald, Armstrong, Mrs Glee Bullock, Mrs Ralph Bonney and Mrs Pat Bradley, Burt, and Mr? Pat Berkness, Armstrong. Loveless, who was the Democratic candidate for governor in 1952, asked to comment on the current campaign, said, "Well, I'm four years older and 25 pounds heavier, but ready for anything." UPPER, DE s AAOINES OCVG W.S.C.S. Installation ' New officers will be installed at the meeting of the Methodist WSCS, Thursday afternoon, May 3, as follows; President, Mrs W. G. McCullough; vice president, Mrs L. J. Reed; recording secretary, Mrs Clinton Lighter; treasurer, Mrs Robert Williams, secretary of promotion, Mrs John Hayes; secretary of missionary education and service, Mrs Kenneth Medin; secretary of social relations and local church activities, Mrs Lloyd Muckey; secretary of student work, Mrs Lawrence Hutzell; secretary ol youtn work, Mrs Kenneth Stranfcrn. secretary of children's work, Mrt George Harris; secretary 01 spiritual life, Mrs H. S. Montgomery; secretary of literature and ^ publications, Mrs L. L Riter'; secretary of supply work, Mrs Leslie Huff; secretary of women, Mrs ChesteV Schoby; chairman of membership committee. Mrs Joe Tschetter; publicity anc printing, Mrs John McGuire and Mrs Theodore Hutchison. Wed, Liillc Brown Church Mrs Clara Pratt and Harolc Hobson were married Saturday afternonn at . the Little Brown Church at Nashua, Iowa. Attending the couple were Mrs Edgiir Traeger, West Union and Henry Traeger, Sumner, sister- in-law and brother of the bride Guests from this vicinity wen Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, Mrs Hurlan Sigdbee, Mrs R. B. Waller, Harriet Simons of Algona Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt, Fair inont, Minn, and Mr and Mrt Harold Schumaker of Whitte more. Dinner was served at a rcslaurajit in Nashua following the cerqmony. The bridegroom f o r m e r 1 > farmed in the Burt neighborhood mid is now employed by the E. E Robinson Construction Co. Mi and Mrs Hobson at home u\ 311 W. Nebraska street. Silver Wedding An open house will be held Sunday, May 6, from 2-4:30 P-n> at the home of Mr and Mrs Merh Moore, 1427 E. North street, Al- gonu, in celebration of the 25tl. wedding anniversary of Mr ami Mrs Harry R. Barton. Al friends and relatives are invitee. U) attend. IV. 1 r and Mrs Barton were married May 4, 1931 at Wesley. They have lour children. They art Marilyn (Mrs Moore), Barbara and Ronald, Algona; and Joyce (Mrs Walter Wood), Renwick. ' Newcomers Speaker Dick Everds will be guest speaker at the Newcomers regular meeting to be held Thursday evening, May 3 at 7:30 in the American Legion club rooms His topic will be "Europe and the Refugee Problem." Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting by Mrt M. H. Honabruch, Mrs Jack Booth and Mrs Pat Stevens. All new residents of Algoni> are invited to attend. Altend Wedding Mr and Mrs Clayton Lammei> attended the wedding Sunday o) their niece Suzanne Henning to Roger Burns, both of Minneapolis, Minn., at Sumner in St. John's Lutheran -church. The ceremony was at 1:30 o'clock and was followed by a reception at the Country Club. Cresco Club Delegates The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club was represented ai the Federated club meeting at Burt Friday by Mrs Alice Clay- tun. Mrs Ethel Morgan, Mrs Mary Miller, Mrs Ben Potter, Mrs Elmer Puller, Mrs Rose Potter, Mrs William Runchey, Mrs Wayne Smith of West Bend, and Mrs Douglas Wildin. Mrs Max Goldam of Titonka was a speaker. Attend Convention A district convention 6f Royal Neighbors was held last week Tuesday at Emmetsburg. Those from here who attended the meeting and put on the memorial .•ites were Joyce Foutz, Esther Helberg, Myra Ostrum, Eva Potter, Elizabeth Post and Bertha Spear. Those who ioined them for the evening meeting were Bernadine Allen, Bea Baldwin, Zelba Brown, Golda Erickson, Audrey Frye, Leota Geigel, Atha Hardgrove, and Bea Lynk. A oanquet was served at the K. P. nail at 5:30 o'clock. The Algona chapter received a .•ash award for being the first to reach a given quota in insurance policies. The district meeting will be held in Algona in 1957. The next meeting of the local lodge will be May 9. Presbyterian Circles Circles of the Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Thursday afternoon, May 3, as i'ollows: Circle A with Mrs Frank 3utts, assisted by Mrs Bert Cron- iri and Mrs Paul Clark, program oy Mrs A. W. Amunson; Circle B .vith Mrs William Funk, program oy Mrs Elmer Cook; Circle C with Mrs John Jennings assisted by Mrs Norris Rousseau, program by Mrs Oran Hudson; Cir,-le D with Mrs Olga Hott assist- .d by Mrs Wes Hardy, program by Mrs Henry Lund; Circie^E with Mrs Lyle Mathes assisted by Mrs C. F. Specht, program by .vlrs R. S. Blossom. ; Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson had as dinner guests Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Lou Hoover of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Bob Hoover of Britt, Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover of the Doan vicinity, Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover of "Burt, Mr and Mrs Harry Seeley of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Tom Samson, Mr and Mrs Charles Oeibler and Ralph Archibald. The dinner was given in honoi jf the birthday of Mrs Olson. 2. D. A. Breakfast The C. D. of A. May breakfast will be held Sunday, May 6 fol- •uwing the 8:30 mass. Members and their families are .invited to attend. Women of the Catholic church will serve the monthly luncheon Thursday, May 3 beginning at 11:30 and serving till 1 o'clock. Chairladies are Mrs Don Bier- itedt and Mrs Herbert Weydert. Honors On Birthday Mrs Anna Presthus entertained her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Carol*Lashbrook and little daughter Debbie and Mr and Mrs Jess Lashbrook at dinner Saturday evening. It was a celebration of Debbie's birthday. Mr and Mrs Jess Lashbrook are the paternal grandparents. C!aro] is attending the Hamilton business college at Mason City where the family is at home. Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs Eugene Muller entertained Mr and Mrs Harold Elbert, Mr and Mrs Leroy El- jert of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Roy Elbert Sunday evening. The time was spent socially and the party was in celebration ot the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Muller and also of Mr Muller's birthday, both annivpr- arit-s being during the mid-week Mrs A. J. Eason was guast of her daughter Mrs Ervin Ogland of Eagle Grove at a Mother Daughter banquet at Goldfield last week Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Edward Nelson, former!\ of Goldfield and now living at Newton gave an illustrated travelogue ol their journey some 10.000 miles around the world. Mrs Nelson (Gladys) is a State representative. 4fllh Anniversary Mr_ and Mrs 0. A. Geilenfeld, Algeria, will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 6, with open house from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. All their friends ahd neighbors are invited to visit them on this, special occasion. Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, May 3 for a dessert luricheon at 1:15 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs Richard Norton, Mrs L. A. Copp and Mrs Claude.Slagle. Devotions will be given by Mrs Norton. Dorcas Society The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church meets Thursday afternoon, May 3. Hostesses will be Mrs Wilbert Anderson, Mrs E. P. Fredericksoh, Mrs Oliver Mathson, Mrs Arden Hovey and Mrs Raymond Gilbert. Bridge Luncheon Hosts Mrs Richard Burt, Mrs John Carrol], Mrs Jack Chrischilles, Mrs John Gulp, Mrs Don Hemmingsen and Mrs Ted Herbst gave a dessert luncheon and bridge party Saturday at the Country Club. .*_~™ t first Baptist Women Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, May 3. Mrs Clare Keith will give the devotions. Last Rites At Whittemore For Mrs McCreery t Whiitemore—Funeral services were held Thursday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church with a solemn High Mass at 9:30 for Mrs Libby McCreery, 81. Rev William Veit officiated. Palbearers were Pat Cullin, Frank Burke, Frank Foley, Robert Fleming. Frank Dogotch, and Maynard Roeber. Interment was at St. Michael's cemetery. Mrs McCreery was born at Ottawa, 111., on July 1, 1875 and grew to womanhood in Illinois afid was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Charles Chalus who came to Iowa and settled in the vicinity of Clare. In August. 1898, she was united in marriage to John W. McCreery who had just recently graduated as a physician and started his first practice in Pioneer. In 1900 Dr and Mrs McCreery came to Whittemore where they lived thereafter. They were the patents of two daughters, Ruth and Cathryn, Ruth died at the age of six years and Cathryn at the age of 12. Or. McCreery died Feb. 2, 1949. She has been keeping up her home here with the help of Emma Roeber, who has been at the McCreery home for the past 39 years. On Friday morning, April 20, she suffered a stroke and was taken to St. Ann hospital where she passed away on Monday morning, April 23, never regaining consciousness. She was also preceded in deatl. by her parents and brothers and sisters. She was a devout member o! St. Michael's parish and a member of the Rosary Society. na (la.) Upper Ofi» Main**-! Tuesday, May 1, 1956 Mr and Mrs Andrew Funk and Mr and Mrs Martin Ostwald attended the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Funk, mother of Mrs Mar lin Ostwald and Andrew Funk, last week Friday in Algona. My and Mrs Joe Schmitt, Mi and Mrs Earl Schmitt, and Mrs Agnes Pearce and Mr and Mr>> Herman Kollasch of here attended the funeral of Mrs Carrie Wier, 83, held in the Assumption Catholic church in Emmetsburg. Wednesday morning. Mrs Wier died at her home in Emmetsburg, Sunday morning, April 2'J and is survived by one son William who made his home with hei and four sisters, Mrs John Meyer of Emmetsburg, Mrs Joe Sen mitt and Mrs Agnes Pt-arco ol here and Anne Higgins of Chicago. Mr and Mrs Wier were former residents and farmed for many years northeast of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely were in Webster City last week Sunday to visit Gus Nissen, a brother ol Mrs Meyer, who is a patient in the Webster City hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce of here and Mrs Bessie Walker of Algona visited at the homo of Mr and Mrs Delbert Walker and Mr and Mrs Harold Walker at Easton, Minn., Sunday. Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn, Mi and Mrs George -Meyer of here, Mr and.Mrs Harold Voigt, Rosella Voigt, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Mr and'Mrs Leandof Siemer of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, accompanied by Mrs Dora Faulstich of here and MJ and Mrs Fred Meyer of Algona visited with Mr and Mrs James Meyer in Mason City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heiden- wilh and Dorothy Rosendahl and children of here and Mr and Mr? Gerald Ollom of Algona were Saturday evening visitors with Rosella Voigt in Algona. The immediate family of Mr and\ Mrs William Roeber helped their father, William Roeber celebrate his birthday last-week Sunday evening. Present . were Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber and family and Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David. •A number of relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs Edwin Gade gathered at their home Wednesday evening to celebrate Mr Gade's birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Richard Struecker, Mr and Mrs Henry Killian and Mr and Mrs Miku Bonnsteiter and Mr and Mrs Werner Gadc of West Bend; Mr and Mrs George ^Gade and son Gary of Irvington; Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and daughter Randa of Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited with Mr and Mrss Henry Kueck at Lone Rock last week Monday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Edward Busher- feld moved here from Emmetsburg last Week Saturday to the McCreery tenant house. - Mi B isherfeld is employed with the Tri-County Drying Plant. 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