4-Algond (let.) Upper De* Molnes Tuesday, May 8, 1956 Royal Neigbhofg / Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Wednesday, May D at the Moose Hall at 7:45. Card Club hostess • Mrs Bert Cronan was hostess to the members of the "E.T.W." card club Wednesday afternoon. .Covered Dish Picnic The Congregational Bible class will hold a covered dish picnic at the church Thursday, May 10, at 1:15 p.m. Devotions will be in charge of Mrs Gerald Hallauer and Mrs Elizabeth Schenck will have the program. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Roy Ric.hardson and Mr and Mrs Robert Black attended the wedding last week Wednesday at the Little Brown church at Nashua of Barbara Wonder and Robert Hendricks. The groom is a cousin of Mrs Black. Riverdale Club Met The Riverdale Friendly Club met May 2 at the home of Loretta Thilges with Agtha Schneider assisting hostess. Roll Call was an exchange of May baskets and flower bulbs by eleven members and two guests, Program committee was Marie Bernau, Mary Becker and Opal Barker. The next meeting will,be June G at the home of Doris Miller. Farewell Party A covered dish dinner and farewell party was held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Y^n- neth Seely for Mr and Mrs riar- old Sorensen, Linda and Dwight of LuVerne, who are moving to Pequot Lakes, Minnesota. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Marvin Calnoun and family; Mrs Emma Hagg and Melvjn; Mrs Lucille Johnson and her mother, Mrs Clara Olson; Mrs Mildred Johnson and Daryl; Mr and Mrs uonald Johnson; Mr and Mrs Ross Calhoun; Mr and Mrs Wilbur Christiansen and family, Titonka; and Mr and Mrs Karl Anderson, Wahoo, Nebraska. Knitting Club Meets Mrs Cleve Stewart entertained her knitting club members last week Tuesday afternoon. Weds In Michigan Joan Bacon, daughter of Floyd Bacon of Algona, and Mrs J. C Grisham of Loveland, Colo., became the bride of F. Duane .Brown, son of Mr and Mrs O. F. Brown of Austin, Minn, in a ceremony performed recently at the Forest Avenue Baptist church in Ypsilanti, Mich. The bride was given in marriage by her father Following the ceremony a re- cepton was held at the couple's future home. Mrs Brown, a graduate of Stewartville high and Austin Junior college, is employed in Ypsilanti by the Automobile Club of Michigan. The bridegroom graduated from Austin, Minn, high, served four years in the armed forces, and is now employed by Central Air Lines in Ypsilanti. Girl Scouts Plan Camp Girl Scouts, seventh grade and up, will spend five days camping at Dolliver Park near Lehigh, la. The dates set are June 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. On Sunday the parents are invited for a family pot luck picnic. Adults who will accompany the girls are Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs Geraldine McKean, Mrs Opal Ankenbauer, Mrs N. J. Kelley, Mrs Robert LaBarre, Mrs Russ Pickett, Mrs Mel Bay, Mrs Dick Norton and Mrs Max Bartholomew. The annual court of awards ceremony will be held May 16 at 7:30 in the High School Auditorium. All Brownies nine years old or in the fourth grade will "fly up." There will also be a presentation of ranks and badges earned during the year. Adults who have completed five years ot service in girl scouting will receive a pin. Mrs Robert LaBarre and Mrs James Kolp are in charge. here for the weekend. Mrs Jessie Sanford has re- • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings The Woman's Society of World Service met Thursday afternoon in the rooms'of the Evangelical United Brethren Church with gpod attendance and guests, Mrs Curtis Morgan, Mrs Eli Eager and Mrs George Schnetzer. Mrs Ella Woito Jed the devotional past year taking a post graduate course. Bob is the son of Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr. ancS Mrs Hardcopf, daughter of Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer, St. Benedict. Attending the funeral of Clifford Johnson in Algona Thursday afternoon were Clifford Holmes, Mr and Mrs William Hertrick, Mr and Mr." Clarence Nielsen, Mr and Mrs Elmer; Kubly. Mr arid Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale visited Saturday in the Mr and Mrs John Carlstadt home at Stratford. They then went to Ames and brought their son, Keith, student at Iowa State, turned to her home after spending some time visiting in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Allmon Hovick and children, in Badger. Mrs Archie Sanford of Ames, her daughter, Mrs Carl Wright and Diane of Des Moines, visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs Jessie Sanford, other relatives and former friends. Mrs Sanford reports Archie Sanford convalescing from recent surgery at Mary Greeley hospital, Ames. The Archie Sanford family were former residents here. Mr and Mrs H. J. Van Hausen of Cedar Falls came Friday for the weekend in the home of their daughter, Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin, here and their son Orlo Van Hausen and family at Spencer. •LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heetland Spring Concert Pleases The. spring music concert of the vocal and instrumental departments was presented last week Tuesday night. Mr and Mrs Don Peterson, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Howard Poison and Mr Ignati of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Murray Elmore, Swea City, Dale Canfie'ld of Ledyard and Mr Scanlan of Elmore, all band directors, attended the concert and were guests of Mr and Mrs Barrett for lunch after the concert. Weds In Florida Conley Smith, son of Mr and Mr and Mrs Raymond Smith, was united in marriage with Janet M. Osinga, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Osgma, in the Orthodox Presbyterian dhurch in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Saturday, April 14. Rev. John C. Hills performed the double ring ceremony. The Smiths are former La- icotans and Conley is a grandson of Mrs Ida Smith of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Oscar Brand and daughter were Saturday guests n the J. C. Blome home. Mr Brand, a brother of Mrs Blome and his family, were enroute to their home in Hollandale, Minn, from California where they had spent the winter. Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams and Mrs Carrie Williams arrived Apr. 29 from Springdale, Ark. They will stay in their home here for several weeks before going to their cabin in the north Canadian woods for the summer. Mrs Williams Sr. will go to AJden May 9 to stay with her sister-in-law, Mrs Bess Winter for the summer. Mrs Maude Hamilton arrived April 28th from Los Angeles where she had been since the first of January. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse attended funeral services for Rev. Kruse's uncle at the Presbyterian church in Lak* Park. April &6. Sunday visitors lit the Btlrdette Hoeppnet home wete Burdette's parents, Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner and • Mrs Mary Hons bi Calumet and Mrs Pauline Stef* fens of Pfimghar. Mrs Arend Hans and Gordon and Arnie Mela went to Cedaf Falls Sunday to visit Mr arid Mrs Robert Nelson, a hiece, and in Waterloo with Mrs Hans' sis* ter,, Mrs Laura Adams. They were accompanied home by Mrs Art Lester who,, had been assisting in the Nelson 1 Hrjrhe for several weeks since the arrival of her new great grandson thefe. Mrs Burdette Hoeppner entertained at brunch Tuesday as a courtesy to Miss Julia Gutknecht of Bellingham, Wash. Guests were the Misses Emma antt Louise Thaves, Emma and Lena Gutknecht and the MesdaHiefi Ida Smith, Jennie Gutknecht, C. A. Gutknecht, Jerry Ukena and Jerry Heetland. Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary, May 13, .with open house from 2 until 5 at the Lutheran Parish Hall. No invitations are being sent so all relatives and friends are invited. Mr and Mrs Herman Jutting were Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs Virgil Smith in St. Peter", Minn. Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland, Rickey and Donald Were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Gordon finyart at Prairie City. Mrs Elizabeth Schaper went to Farmingdale, Ark., last week to visit her brother John Baldridge, who is critically ill. Mr and' Mrs Raymond Albers of ' Fairmont moved into the. house owned by the creamery, which was vacated by Mr and Mrs V. E. Lester, who moved to Elmore. Mr Albers is the new buttermaker. Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Lillian and Velma and Verdene Stroebel visited Saturday night and Sunday in Albert Lea with Mr and Mrs Harvey Hassler. The Messers and Mesdames George Christ and'. Fred Mabus returned Thursday from a motor trip to visit the sons of Mr and Mrs Christ, Don and Duane, who are stationed in Louisiana. Don is at Fort Polk, Leesville, La. Mrs James Smith accompanied by Mrs Devere Smith of Elmore attended a pre-nUptial party at the Melvin Theissen home in Algona for the bride-to-be of Leon Theissen, a nephew of Mr.s James Smith. Mrs E. R. Siemens arrived Wednesday from Denver, Colo., to visit her mother, Mrs Johanna Frerichs who is at the home of another daughter, Mrs Carl Gerzema. Mrs Frerichs, who recently had major surgery, observed her 86th birthday May 7th. It was hoped that all of the children will be able to visit their mother that day. Mr Henry Dpntje Sr. had major surgery Wednesday.. He is in Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Boeckman had as their guests Wednesday Ralph's parents of Jordan, Minn. The Mesdames Robert Hamil- service. Mrs Emma Schmidt had the lesson study. Hostesses were Mrs E. C. Marty and Mrs Lawrence Marty. Mrs Gilbert howen was hostess to two bridge clubs, the Bicl-N- Bye and Birthday Club in the town hall Monday evening. Contract was played at five tables \viui honors, Mrs John Skogmo, Mrs William Prior, Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., and Mrs Hugh Shirk. Mrs Bertie C. Ramus and Mrs Leo Carman were guests. m.s carl uron assisted Mrs Rowen with refreshments. Mr.s Wayne Pergandc w a s pleasantly surprised Tuesday afternoon when relatives and friends came in for the afternoon to help her celebrate hci birthday. A carry-in lunch was enjoyed and Mrs Pergandc rc- cei"t;d gifts. j Thursday overnight guests in the Jack Roos home were her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Joe K. DeJong of Sheldon. Arvnonncemonts were received of the birth of a daughter, born to Mr and Mr.s Arden Johnston of Pclla. Their first child weighing seven pounds and eight ounces iincl named Kaye Lynn, \v;is bom May 1 in the Mahasku hospital, Oskalonsa. Mrs Johnston is the former Jo Ann Pah and teacher of the fifth grade in the LuVerne school. Mr.s Amelia Behnkendorf was taken by ambulance to Iowa City Tuesday for a check-up at the' University hospital. She had major surgery there earlier this year. A/1C Charles Loerwald ar- vivH Thursday for a 30-day furlough with liis father, Henry Loerwald, who met him al -Ames. Charles lias just relurneci irom service ol two years in Japan and Korea. He will report to Langlcy Air Force Base, Virginia, to finish his eight month-.of service. Mr and Mrs J. F. Baker am granddaughter Karen, of Ruun. vista, Colo., arrived Thursday to visit in the homo of their daughter, Dr. and Mrs J;ic-k Harm. daughters I'atti and Mona. The;. also came and attended the marriage of their son, Jack Baker o! Ifiimar, Colo., and Barbara Meye> in the Zion Lutheran church May 6. Mrs Sam Hanks of L .s Ansele.- arrived to visit in the home ol her parents, Mr and Mrs Williair Hedrick. A weekend tjue.il ot tin Hedrick is their youngest daughter Lois Hedrick, Fort Dod«i.- Lois was an attendant at the wedding of her friend, Meredith Engel, Fort Dodge and Lorcn Appciwellcr in the LuVerm Evangelical U n i t ed Brethren church, 3 p.m. Sunday, May 0 Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Jr.. and daughter Jan have gone to make their home in Kansas City, Mo. where Bob will be employed with the Spencer chemical" C'o. 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Banquet And Prom, St. Johns Junior-Seniors Bancroft—Juniors and Seniors of St. John's held their annual Junior-Senior banquet Tuesday. May 8. The hall was decorated with a Palestinian theme. Guests at the banquet were the Junior? and Seniors, Father J. H. Schultes, Father Edmund Adams, Mr and Mrs V. J. Meyer, and Mr and Mrs Frank Froehle. Following the dinner served bj the Junior mothers a program was given. Father Schultes acted as toastmaster for the program. Speeches were given by Father Edmund Adams, Thomas Garry, Thomas Clark, Darlene Simmons, and Patricia Hatlen. A short skit and the song "Deep River", was given by the junior class. The senior class in turn sang a song to their patron. Immediately following the banquet a Prom was held at the Legion Ballroom with music by Frank Jonas. The banquet was under the direction of Sister Mary William, the Junior class officers, Thomas Clark, Donna Bergman, Alice Menke, and James McCarthy and the junior class. Students In Recital The senior music pupils of Sister jMary Liseiufc &rtd Sister Mary Salome presented their recital Thursday evening, May 3. Students participating were Joan Baas, Helen O'ponnell, Alice Droessler, Patty Rahe, Linda Weber, Charlene Goche, Gertrude Kahler, Becky Becker, Ann McGuire, Phyllis Mulligan, Betty Johnson, Betty IVfenke, Geraldine Meyer, Jan Clark, Nancy Weber, Patricia O'Donnell. The Girls' and Mixed Ensemble sang selections. The Kossuth County Legion Auxiliary held their meeting in Bancroft Monday afternoon, May 7 at 2:30 o'clock. Jean Owens, Eighth District President of Coon Rapids and other district officers Attended. Mis • John Poth, AH gona County president presided 1 at the meeting. *> Mrs Al Elsbecker received Word Friday of the death of her mother Mrs George Winkel who bassted away at a Rochester hospital. Attending the wake and funeral from here were the Menke families and the Al Elsbecker's. . The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs August Berte was baptized Debra Marie in rites performed by Father Edmund Adams. Sponsors were Norrine Kollasch of Algona and John Berte of St. Joe. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT BIRTHDAY Ex-Resident Dies Leo Budde, formerly of .Bancroft and who later moved to Joliet, Illinois, died suddenly Saturday evening. Mr Budde is survived by five sisters, two ol whom live in Bancroft, MM Angeline Haupert and Mrs J. ^f. Schiltz. Those attending the funeral from here were Mr and Mrs J. W. Schiltz, Mrs Otto Vaske. and Walter Haupert. Give Mom A Day Off! Sunday Is Her Day To Be Queen PLAN TO EAT OUT at the •>-*.,,, Hotel Algona Coffee Shop COMPLETE DINNERS $1.25 to $2.50 Open Until 2:30 P.M. HOTEL ALGONA i town of Mechanicsviile observed its'100th birthday The town was surveyed and laid out in 1853. The judge's approval, making thearea teg a ly town, was given Aprn ll, l»5». 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