The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 28
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Miy 1, \tU iltomes! OBSERVER Walter tlabe of,Bell Plaine delivers mail lor a living, out ne collects, weather data as a hobby. Ho has recently been cited by the weather bureau for 10 years of service as a volunteer weather observer. AS - T( )( )NS KEN & LEO'S "He likes Leo's service so well he comet in EVERY MORNING." There's no limit to our effort to 9iv« you the service you expect I KEN & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service - Phone 967 East State St. Athletic Honor Awards Made At Livermore Livermore — The American Legion, the Auxiliary and the Lions Club entertained the high school basketball boys and girls and football boys at a seven o'clock dinner in the Legion hall Monday evening, April 23. Following the dinner Supt Lowell Cockrill introduced Curtis Rolstod, who was master of ceremonies. / A clarinet trio was given by Ruth Ann Clark, Paula Jarvis and Sandra Madsen, Mrs Bell sang and a selection was sung by the high school sextet. Supt Cockrill introduced Mrs Fred Pooch, president of the Auxiliary, who spoke a few words. Robert Gronbach, president of the Legion, also spoke. George Tidebeck the coach presented the boys with their letters. Norman Rutz responded. Mr White presented the girls with their letters. Patricia Hefty and Marilyn VnucU responded. A talk was given by the Rev. Robert Kessinger, Methodist pastor. Silver Anniversary Sunday evening about forty neighbors, relatives and friends dropped in on Mr and Mrs Ken- neth Layton to surprise them in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. ,A social evening was spent. A luncheon including a wedding cake made by Mrs Chris Madsen was served. Mr and Mrs Layton received many gifts from their friends." Mr and Mrs Wil]ia?n Murray Mrs Lillian Murphy of Seattle, Wash., Mrs Jessamine Miller, Mrs Rose Smith and Anna B. Murray were dinner guests Saturday evening at the John Voss home near LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes, DeVerne Holmes and three children, Mr and Mrs Robert White and Mr and Mrs Harold Frederick went to the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers at Fenton Sunday to help Mrs Reimers celebrate her birthday which was April 15th. Mr and Mrs Jerry Bonstotter and son and Mr and Mrs Floyd Johnson of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner and supper guests with their parents, Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson. JVtr and Mrs Howard McCrady and Mr and Mrs Alfred' Smith and daughter attended the wedding of Marie Behnkendorf and William' Glawe at Bancroft Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson received word of the birth of a daughter Monday morning to Mr and Mrs Jimmy Andrews at Marshalltown. Mrs Andrews is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Johnson. Mrs Johnson left Monday afternoon for Marshalltown. Mr and Mrs Ray Gales and three children were supper guests Sunday evening at Nick Klein home. Mrs Dolores Christensen, town clerk, is at the Town Hall oh the first, seaond and third day of the month and the 13th, 14th and 15th day of each month so people can pay their bills. She was recently hired town clerk to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Henry Strunc, who moved to Bancroft. Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley motored Mrs Beardsley's mother, Mrs Anna Boeyink to LaCrosse. Wis., Tuesday., where she Will join her son-in-law and daughter and accompany them to their home in Mosinee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Claude Lawrence and daughters of Webster Cily were Sunday morning callers at W. L. Coleman home. .Mrs George Foth accompanied Mrs John Foth of Algona to Carroll Sunday where she spent the day visiting her daughter and family. Mr and Mrs Keith King and family of Clarion were Sunday visitors at the Bill King home. Keith is Mr King's nephew.- Mr and Mrs Karl Baessler, Mr and Mrs Clyde Brotherton of Pasadena, Calif., Mr and Mrs Frank Baessler of Humboldt and Mrs Ed McKenna attended the funeral services of Edward Tietz at the Lutheran Church at Fenton, Monday afternoon. Mrs Leslie Jensen and her mother, Mrs Anna Thilges were Sunday dinner guests at the Sylvester Wagner home. Other guests at the Wagner home were Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, Mr and Mrs John Reding and family, Mr Name Schaap To Athletic Society Don Schaap, son of Dr. and Mrs C. D. Schaap, E. Kennedy, has been designated to the Athletic Honor Society at Kemper Military School, Boonville, Mo., in a mid - semester honor assembly conducted by Col. H. C. Johnston, superintendent. He was recommended for the honor society by Lt. Col. J. G. Kralpvec, direc- f "r of athletics, for his outstanding performance on the junior conege wrestling team. Only a small percentage of the corps is eligible for membership in the society. and Mrs Orville Wagner and family and Mrs Adeline Wagner and family and Mi' and Mrs Nick Reding. Mrs George Thul, who was a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for a week, has returned home. Mr B. Hunt, who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs J. F. Hamm, has been confined to his home. Carol Wagner, who is a student nurse at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, spent a few days here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Edwin Klein, who recently returned from Germany, is now stationed at Chicago^ 111. is spending a ten day furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Nick Klein and his brother and sisters. Kathryn Beardsley has completed her course at A.I.B. in Des Moincs and has'returned home. Kathryn Cran, baby daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Cran, is ill at her home with scarlet fever. Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family of Irvington were supper guests Monday evening at the Nick Klein home. Rosemary Devine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Devine of Omaha, Neb. and granddaughter of Mrs Bess Devine of Livermore has been notified that she was winner of a scholarship from Creighton University. She will graduate this spring from St. Mary's high school in Omaha. Mr and Mrs Richard Sawyer and family, who spent a ten day vacation, visiting Mrs Sawyer's parents, Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou in Tucson, Ariz., have returned home. Mrs Alvin Lenertz was hostess to the Contract Club members Saturday afternoon. Hjgh prize for contract went to Mrs Ted Wagner, second high to Anna Altman and traveling pYize to Mrs Jessamine Miller. Plum Creek Elite Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club met April 14 at the home of Claudette Seely. A talk was given by Sara Clark. Audrey Gardner and Marlys Long gave demonstrations, and a talk was given by Anne Steven. Picture study was given by Susan Hoover. Music was in charge of Jean Keith and recreation in charge of Claudette Seely. Mrs Hollis Benschoter was a visitor. Marine Corps Aviation • ' Wings To LuVerne Youth In the above picture 2nd LI. John D. Voss, tISMC, LuVerne, is getting his Marine Corps aviation wings pinned on, at Kingsville, Texas, March 30, 1956, by Joan Burbine. John is the son of Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. of Lu- Verne. He graduated from the LuVerne high school in 1952, and Eagle Grove Junior College in 1954. John entered service in June 1954 as a Naval Cadet at Pensacola, Florida. He is now stationed at Cherry Point, North Carolina, and has another two years of service. John has 350 hours in flight time, and is now flying a F-24 Banshee Jet. He "was home a week ago on a short leave. Thrifty Shopping Tips FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE OR1JGS W«JEWELRY S>/v*-*-CA^Ottoru)«** O~ f fitC.i'ci £•£.&* Mother's Day Gift Specials &i $1. 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