The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 17
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Seniors Are Club Guests At Livermore Livermore — Equality Club members entertained the Senioi Class and their mothers at a tea in the parish hall of Sacred Heart Church Thursday afternoon Welcome -was. given by Mrs Lucy Conley. Response was given by Norman Rutz, president of the Senior class. Mothers response was given by Mrs Dick Schullz Teachers response was given by Superintendent Lowell Cockrill clarinet trio by Paula Jnrvis Sandra Madsen and Ruth Ann Ciark. Tea memories was given by Mrs Louis Behounek. A short talk was given by Father P. M. Sturm. Mrs Ray Falb played organ music during the tea. This was the 21st tea for the Seniors sponsored by the Kquali- ty club members. > Deal And Chat Club Mrs Robert Wonderly opened her home Thursday afternoon to the Deal and Chat Club members with Mrs Kenneth Howard anc Mrs Phil McDonnell as guests Contract bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High ,prize went to Mrs Keith Logue, 2nd high to Mrs George Tideback and consolation to Mrs James Lamphe. Mrs George Tidebaek is a new member. Mrs Zigrang Hostess Mrs Harry Zigrang was hostess to the Deal and Chat Club members at her home Friday April 20. in Humboldt Following a dessert luncheon auction bridge was the afternoon's diversion. High prize went to Mrs Jessamine Miller. Other prizes went to Mrs Harry Clark and Mrs Joe Sanders. Mrs Edna Bowes and Mrs Edith Johnson were invited guests. Pinochle Club The Pinochle club members were entertained at the farm home of Mrs Elmer Gronbach Tuesday afternoon. High prize in Pinochle went to Mrs Ernest Haack. Refreshments were jferv'e'd isfter the games, Mrs Frank Hoffman will be the nex hostess. . ,-•-. At Funeral Rites' Mr and" Mr's .Clifford Baker Mr and Mrs Frank Cox, Mr and Mrs John Altman of Irvinglon Nick nnd Mike Altman, Mr ant Mrs Joe Melavin of Humboldt Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas and Arthur and Richard Kohlhaas attended funeral services of thorn nephew Gerald Cox at Cedar Minn. He was the son of Mi and Mrs Herbert Cox, formerly of Livermore. He is survived by his wife, a son and daughter, his parents and three brothers and iwo sisters. He was 41 years of age. Mrs Anna Welter, who spent the Winter with her daughters, Mrs Fred Falb and Mrs O. J. Cayou in Tucson, Ariz, has arrived home. Her sister, Mrs Barbara Donald of California, accompanied her home for a visit. Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt and daughter Lois and their niece Sonia Mackintosh, who teaches in Algona spent Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Hunt's parents, Mr and Mrs Jame.5 -lughes. Invitations have been issued 'or a miscellaneous shower at he Methodist church Wednesday evening honoring Linda Butler, vho will soon be married to Robert Barr of Algona. Mrs Jake Mickelson was taker: to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge by ambulance. She has been ill for several months. Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Katie accompanied Mr ancl Mrs Harold Thomas to Bode Friday evening where they attended the Senior Class play. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady received day from telephone call Tues- their daughter, Margaret, who is in the waves at Sar Diego, Calif, wishing them happiness , on their twenty-nineth wedding anniversary. Connie Christensen, daughter of Mrs Dolores Christensen has been ill at her home with asthma. Dinner guests Sunday at the Harold Stoddard home in honor of the 13th birthday of their son Mike were Mr and Mrs Ralph Hollingcr and son Buford, Mrs Clarence Wood, Mr and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh and family, Mr and Mrs Dick SchulU ancl sons ancl Mrs Mary Colwell and sons. Carol Wagner, a student nurse at Mercy Hospital in,Ft. Doase sperit from Friday until Tuesday with her,parent«, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Mrs Harold Gjersted entertain' ed the boys of the sixth grade al a party at her home Sunday afternoon in honor of the 12th birthday of her son Dean. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt, Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family and Mr and Mrs John Zeimet were guests Thursday evening at the Raymond Berte home and helped Mr Berte Celebrate his birthday. Dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs Anna Berte home in honor of the birthdays of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr ancl Mrs Raymond Berte and their son Mickie and daughter Mary Margaret were Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and family. Larry Stiltz, who spent a month attending a naval school in Arizona, spent the weekend here with his wife and son at the Eiinest Logue home and his parents, Mr nnd Mrs Forbus Stiltz. From here he will return to Chicago, 111. where he will be stationed. His wife and son will join him when living quarters can be found. Dinner and supper guests at he Paul Erpelding home Sui day ivere Mr and Mrs Ed Tigge! of Wesley, Mr and Mrs John Erpeld- ng and family of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Martin Frieders and family of Whittemore. AtLueri For 'Hans -Holm LuVerne— Funeral services for Hans Holm were held 2 p.m. in the LuVerne Methodist church, Monday, April 30, with the Rev. Robert Kessinger officiating. Burial took place in the LuVerne Cemetery With the Beenen Funeral Home of Hen wick, in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were grandsons, Earl Klaessy, Donald Klaessy, Eugene Klaessy, Marvin Tiippo, Max King and Burtis De- Nio. Hans Holm, son of Willars and Yakavina Holm, was born October 10,1866, in Brons, Schelsvig, Denmark. Mr Holm was united in marriage to Marie Wienburg in the 2-Aleona (Id.) Uppar Dei MfllfW Tuesday, May 6, 1956 Lutheran Church of Minneapolis delivering the address. Members of the class are .Vera Hafiselrnan, Linda Sorensen, Sandra McLaughlin, Myrna North- W.S.C.S. Circles Meel rop, Suzanne _Harper, Jerry' Mrs Herman Meyer and .Mrs Nprman Hesse of Renwiok. " About 56 Ihated the courtesy, and came to the United States and settled in Shelby county. In 1911 they moved to a farm five miles east of LuVerne .vhere they lived for 34 years. In 1946, Mr Holm and his bro- her, Nels, moved to their new Patterson, Bill Bottnsetter. Kenneth Stripling, LeRoy Weber, Larry Henderson, Donald Baker, Richard Krause, Monte Qxley. Eldon Reddel, Keith Voss and Norman Hinz. Baccalaureate services will be held in the school auditorium with Rev. J. Paul Stevens, pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, delivering the address at 8 p.m. Sunday, May 13, May 18, last day of school, 8th grade graduation, class day exercises, in the morning, with picnic for pupils and families at noon, Faculty Members Honored After school Thursday afternoon teachers of the faculty of the LuVerne school were the honored courtesy room. Those honored were Miss Esther Merkle, Mrs Harold Nielson Jr., Miss Rosemary Arndorfer, Mrs Cleone Prestholt, Mrs Glenniss Harper and Thomas McLaughlin. They were presented gifts and refreshments were served. guests at a farewell in the school lunch STOVE EXPLODES A young Madison county farmer and his wife were burned, the latter critically, and their house destroyed by flames, when a cook stove exploded. The stove had been fueled with kerosene-soaked cobs. Both Mr and Mrs Eldon Burns were hospitalized. _ home in Mason City where they | Merkle Family Reun ion snPflT. r \tm iron »*c tnrtoTHav At . .. ... . New Cage Coach For West Bend Donald L. Holland, who formerly played on the Rol' and High School basketball learn, and was later an Iowa State Teacher College basketball star, has been named boys and girls basketball coach at West Bend. Holland will receive his degree from Iowa State Teachers College in June. He will succeed Gerald Cornell who plans to return to college for graduate work. spent two years together. At the death of Nels in 1948, Mr Holm went to live with his daughter, Mrs Harry Christensen, until he entered Mercy hospital, April 18. He passed away on Friday evening, April 27, at Use age of 89. Mr Holm was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Leona Holm Klaessy in 1922, his wife Marie in November, 1941, and his brother, Nels, in February, 1948. Survivors include five children, two daughters, Mrs Sadie Klaessy of Spencer and Mrs Inez Christensen of Mason City; three sons, Willars of Ottawa, 111.; and twins, Clarence of Rockford and Clifford of LuVerne. Also 19 grandchildren and 24 great- grandchildren. Senior Exercises Commencement exercises for LuVerne high school's class of 16 seniors were held May 7, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium with Rev. -Reuben K. Youngdahl of the, Mount Olivet A reunion of the children of the late Mr and Mrs George Merkle was held over the weekend' at the home of Miss Esther Merkle. A dinner was served Sunday in the LuVerne town hall. Out of town guests included Miami Mrs Carl Merkle and Lyndon, Denver. Colo.; Mr and Mrs Elmer Merkle, sons, Kevin and Clii-tis. Mr and Mrs Walter Merkle of St. Paul; Mr- and Mrs James Paulson, Paulette anc Douglas of Minneapolis, Mr anc Mrs Walter Hefti of Britt, Marlin Hefti and Dick Merkle, Westmar Circles of the .W.S.C.S. met Wednesday. Circle 1, in the farm home of. Mrs Harold Wolf. Mrs Otto Ramus and Mys Theodore Johnson were guests. Devotions, Mrs Wolf and lesson, Mrs William Goetsch. Election of officers took pla.ee with all reelected. Mrs Wolf is the chairman; Mrs Elmer Kubly, vice- chairman; Mrs Earl Manning, secretary, and Mrs Iryin Jergensen, treasurer. . Assisting Mrs Wolf with refreshments were Mrs Carl Swanson, Mrs Manning and Mrs Goetsch. Circle 2 met in the Methodisi church rooms with Mrs Guy Giddings and Mrs Edwin Marty hostesses. Mrs Henry Kubly wa> a guest. Devotions, Mrs C. O McClellan, and lesson by Mrs- Jessie Sanford. All officers were re-elected and are Mrs Sanford, chairman, Mrs McClellan, vice- chairman; Mrs Alvin Weber, secretary and Mrs Earl Neal treasurer. Circle 3, also met in the church rooms with Mrs Wilson Leglei and Mrs W/Raymond Legler and Mrs W. Raymond .uegier hostesses. Mrs Gretna Bray- hard, Webster City, was a guest, DSvolions, Mrs Raymond M*M an'd lesson 'given, by Mrs DUine Neal. A large supply, of clothing, towels and yard ioods turhecf in for supply work at a • church home in Sioux City, Election J>| officers was held with "Mr* Norms E. McClaron re-elected chairman; Mrs- Ralph Davidson, re-elected vice chairmah;'Mrs Albert Genrich elected secretary and Mrs Raymond Nelflori,/ reelected treasurer. / '; J Mrs Gilbert Rowen, who if moving away, was presented with a gift. The nefct wwmm*^^ Sjwakin' of fishin'- W 1 11 1 « £,1 J.CI J.«t«- .««-.»»• . ..—— j.--- a of this circle will be June 8 at the farm home of Mrs Davidson. Mrs Emma Nelson has ,now returned to her home here after spending the winter months in Los Angeles, Calif., in the homes of her children, Mrs, James Phillips, Norton Nelson and Claire Nelson and their families. The trip home was by'plane to Des Moines and her daughter, Mr and Mrs George Schwartz and family, brought her home. Jeanette Skogmo Of Des Moines visited the past week in the home of her brother, Dr. and Mrs John Al. Skogmo, and daughters. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both- Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids College, LeMars. Children living here present Bulct SPECIAL 6-Passenger 2-Door Riviera, Model 4$B Its Bigger than Both of em -but its price makes it one of America's 3 best sellers ! IT'S as simple as this: Only two ears in all creation outsell Buick. And tliey are two ol the well-known smaller ears, So maybe it will pay you to ask how conic: Buick has zoomed to the No. 3 spot with such last-selling company. "ell, one answer is the beautiful and brawny Buick SPECIAL you see pictured here — and the low price it carries. It's the bluest bundle of high-powered performance and high-fashion luxury ever ollercd in Buick's lowest- priced Series. And that mean', more people want it and can afford it, because it's priced only a lew dollars more than its two snuillcr-cur rivals-even less than .sonic models of those very same cars. But the />//,' answer comes from a sure fact more folks have discovered: i/nti ad inure pure automobile /or your money in linick t/uin /you tic I elsewhere. Jlcrc, you get the e.\tra wallop ol big new Buick power were Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, Marie Kay, Mr and Mrs Lewis Merkle, Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, Charles and Margene ancl Miss Esther Merkle. Other guests included Mr and Mrs August Merkle, Mr and Mrs Gary Seitz of-Fort Dodge. The children hope to have this gathering of the family an event each year now, this being the first since the death ot their father last July. J. J. Club Elects The J. J. Club met April 27, in the home of Mrs Edwin Hefti, with 14 members and one guest. Mrs Harry Naffziger, present. Mrs Joseph Thorn, president, presided at the. business session. It was voted to give $10 to the Geromunity Planning Council for tftg. summer swimming project. Af thank >you note was read from M3ss Myrtle Hewitt, Humboldl County Home Extensionist, who t 'Sf -the. g_uest speaker at 1 - the pflPmeeting. A gift was -p're- 'Sehted to Mrs Harold Sorensen. who leaves for her new home in northern Minnesota. Election of officers for the coming year was held and are: Mrs Hugh Shirk, president; Mrs C.; W. Bjustrom, vice president; > Mrs S. R. Baker, secretary and treasurer, Mrs William Goetsch. New members were voted upon and will be invited to the next infecting which will close the year's program. Nrw York, N. Y. (Speclnl) -For the first time science hns found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most nmazinf? of all-results were •e thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles hnvo ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) —discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation //.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •Bef. U. 8. Fit. Off. 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Here, too — and nowhere else - you can get the silk- iinooth performance and flash-last response of Huick's advanced new Variable Pitch Dynaflow*—the world's only transmission with the gas-saving mileage ancl switch-pitch action of the modern airplane propeller, J his week—this very day, if yon wish—you can sample all these Buick blessings to your heart's content and your pocket's joy. Why not drop in on us and do just that? ¥ .SVii: .\iliinn cil Viiriiililc 1'ilrli Dnniiftnti: i<, llu: only Dijnaino Hunk liuilil-'t Intltiij. ll iy Miinihinl nn liniHlinantcr, Super and Century—uiiliuiiut ill inmluil i:\lra on the i>i>v<.iul, AIRCONDITIONING •I • COOU NEW LOW PRICE It cooli, filters, dehumidifies. 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