The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 33
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Seniors Are Club Guests At Livermore Livermore — Equality Club members entertained the Senior Class and their mothers at a te.i in the parish hall of Sacred Heart Church Thursday afternoon. Welcome was given by Mrs Lucy Conlcy. Response was given by Norman Hut/., president of Die Senior class. Mothers i espouse was Riven by Mrs Pick Sehult/. Teachers response was given by Superintendent Lowell Cocknli, clarinet trio by Paula Jarvis, Sandra Madsen and Ruth Ann Clark. Tea memories was given by Mrs Louis Behounck. A short talk was given by Father P. M Sturm. Mrs Hay Falb played organ music during the tea. This was the 21st tea for the Seniors sponsored by the Equality 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 and Mrs Phil McDonnell as guests. Contract bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High pri/.e went to Mrs Keith Logue. 2nd high to Mrs George Tideback ;md consolation to Mrs James Lamphe. Mrs George Tideback is a new member. Mrs Zigrang Hostess Mrs Harry Zigrang was hostess to the Deal' and Chat Club members at her home in Humboldt Friday April 20. Following u dessert luncheon auction bridge was the afternoon's diversion. High prize went to Mrs Jessamine Miller. Other prir.es 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 Gronbaeh Tuesday afternoon. ' High prize in Pinochle went to Mrs Ernest Haack. Refreshments %v e r e served (tfter Hie games. Mrs Frank Hoffman will be the next hostess. ; ^ __~. . At Funeral Riles Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker, Mr and Mrs Frank Cox, Mr and Mrs John Altnum of livington, Nick r.nd Mike AHman, Mr and Mrs Joe Melavin of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas and Arthur and Richard Kohlhaas attended funeral services of their nephew Gerald Cox at Cedar, Mum. He was the son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Cox. formerly of Livermore. He is survived by ins wife, a son and daughter, his parents and three brothers and two 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 James Hughes. Invitations have been issued for a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church Wednesday evening honoring Linda Butler, who will soon be married to Robert Barr of Algona. Mrs Jake Mickelson was taken to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge by ambulance. She has been ill fin several months. Mrs Dorothy Malkmus and Katie accompanied Mr and Mr.-; Harold Thomas to Bode Friday evening where they attended the Senior Class play. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady received a telephone call Tuesday from their daughter. Margaret, who is in the waves at San 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 Hollinger and son Buford, Mrs Clarence Wood, Mr and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh and family, Mr arid Mrs Dick Schultz and sons and Mrs Mary Colwell and sons. Carol Wagner, a student nurse at Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge, spent from Friday until Tuesday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Mrs Harold Gjersled entertained the boys of Ihe sixth grade at 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. Dinnei guests Sunday at the Mrs Anna Berte home in honor of the birthdays of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and their son Mickie and daughter Mary Margaret were Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and family. Larry Stilt/, who spent n month attending a naval school in Arizona, spent the weekend here with his wife and son at the Ernest Logue home and his parents. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltx. From here he will return to Chicago, 111. where he will be stationed. His wife and son will join him when living quarters can he found. Dinner and supper guests at the Paul Erpelding home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Ed Tigges of Wesley, Mr and Mrs John Erpelding and family of Whittemore arid Mr and Mrs Martin Frieders and family of Whittemore. 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 hospitali/.ed. New Cage Coach For West Bend Donald L, Holland, who formerly played on the Roland High School basketball team, 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. Last Rites AtLuVerne For Hans Holm LuVerne—Funeral services for Hans Holm were held 2 p.m. in the LuVernc Methodist church, Monday, Apvi! 30, with the Rev. Robert Kessinger officiating. Burial took place in the LuVerne Cemetery with the Beencn Funeral Homo of Rcnwick, in charge of arrangements. Casket bearers were grandsons. Earl Klacssy, Donald Klaessy, Eugene Klaessy, Marvin Tiippo, Max King and Burtis De- Nio. Hans Holm, son of Willars and Yakavina Holm, was born October 10,1860, in Brons, Schelsvig, Denmark. Mr Holm was united in marriage to Marie Wienburg in the 1892 and came to the United States and settled in Shelby county. In 1911 they moved to a farm five miles east of LuVerne where they lived for 34 years. In 194U, Mr Holm and his brother, Ncls, moved to their new home in Mason City where they spent two years together. At the death of Ncls in 1948, Mr Holm went to live with his daughter, Mrs Harry Christensen, until he entered Mercy hospital, April 111. He passed away on Friday evening, April 27, at the age of 89. Mr Holm was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Leona Holm Klaessy in 1922, his wife Marie in November, 194'1, 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' It) grandchildren and 24 great- grandchildren. Senior Exercises Commencement exercises for LuVerne high school's class of 16 seniors were held May 7, at !! p.m. in the high school auditorium with Rev. Reuben K. Youngdahl of the Mount Olivet Buick SPECIAL 6-Passenqer 2-Door Riviera, Model 46R Its Bigger than Both of em "but its price makes it one of America's SJbest sellers / I 2-Algona (Id.) Uppsr 0«s Mdintr Tuesday, May 8, T'S as simple as this; Only two cars in all creation outsell Buk-k. And llicy arc two oi the well-known smaller cars. So maybe it will pay you to ask how come JUiick has zoomed to the No. 3 .spot with such fast-selling company. Well, one answer is the beautiful and brawny Buick SriiCUL you sec pictured here — and the low price it carries. It's the bii^est bundle of higli-powercti performance and high-fashion luxury ever oilered in Buick's lowest- priced Series. And that means more people want it and can afford it, because it's priced only a tew dollars more, than its two smaller-car rivals—even I en a than some models of those very same cars. 15ut the bifi answer comes from a sure fact more folks have discovered: i/uu net more ]nirc automobile fof ijmii' intinct/ in Httick than you <j.c(, elscii'lu're. liciv, you t;el the extra wallop oi big new JJuick power raised to a new high —and pouring in smooth whisper from a brand-new 322-eubie-inch YS engine ol trna high compression. Here, yon get the matchless buoyancy of Huiek's great new ride—the extra-sale feeling of Jiuiek's new handling ease-the extra stretch-out comfort of liuick roominess —the extra solidity and strength of Buick structure—the extra pride and prestige of Buick's new styling and dash. Jlcrc, too — ami nowhere else — you can get the silk- smoolh performance and flash-fast response of Bnick's advanced new Variable Pitch Dynaflow* —the world's transmission with the gas-saving mileage and on si\\iU]i-pitch aclioa of the modern airplane propeller. This \\eek-this veiy clay, if you wish-you eun sample all these Buiek blessings to your heart's content aiul your pocket's joy. Why not drop in on us awl do just that? VYrii .Wr,jmr</ \',iri,iblc I'lli'li />!/n<///"ir /v '/"' ""/!/ Di/iuifloW Huii-k build-, l,i(ldii. It in xiiinilnrtl nn llnuliiiii.ttcr, !' on tin- 1 AIRCONOITIONINO *> * COOt NEW LOW PRICE It cools, filterj, delwmidifies. Ot) 4 3«o>on Comlo'i in your ntw Bgifk »ilh gtnu FRIGIDAIRE CONDITIONING SU JACKIE ClUSON ON TV t . . :-j-. jo. t i- t Best Buick Yet YOU* OE-CHtCK A ,WHEN SETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUUT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM. 105 N. Hall BRANDT BUICK Algona/ Iowa Lutheran Church of Minneapolis delivering the address. Mrmbei-s of the class arc Vora Hanselrnan, Linda Sorensen, San- drn McLaughlin, Myrna Northrop, Su/anno Harper, Jerry Patterson, Bill Bonnselter, Kenneth Stripling, LeRoy Weber, Larry Henderson, Donald Baker, Richard Krausc. Monte Oxley, Eldon Reddel, Keith Voss and Norman Him,. 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 after- noun teachers of the faculty of the LuVerne school were the honored guests at a farewell courtesy in the school lunch 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. Merklo Family Reunion 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 Mr and Mrs Carl Merkle and Lyndon, Denver, Colo.; Mr and Mrs Elmer Merkle, sons, Kevin and Curtis. Mr and Mrs Walter Merkle of St. Paul; Mr and Mrs James Paulson, Paulette and Douglas of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs'Walter Hefti of Britt, Marlin Hetti and Dick Merkle, Westmar College, LcMars. Children living here present were Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, Marie Kay, Mr and Mrs Lewis Merkle, Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle. Charles and Margene and Miss Esther Merkle. Other guests included Mr and Mrs August Merkle, Mr and Mrs Gary Seitx 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 oi 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 \vas voted to give $10 to the Community Planning Council for the summer swimming project. A thank you note was read from Miss Myrtle Hewitt, Humboldt County Home Extensionist, who •w*is. '|he guest speaker at the 'A'pt'il' meeting,, A gift was presented .to Mrs Harold Sovensen. 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 meeting which will dose the year's program. Zion Mother's Tea Mother's Day Tea was observed Thursday as the ladies of the Aid Society of the Zion Lutheran church met in the church rooms- with Mrs Thues Schnakenberg. president, presiding. The meeting was opened with group singing, followed by a .sermonette and prayer by their pastor, Rev. Louis Wittcnburg. Mrs Sehna- kenborg welcomed the guests, followed by a program. A ladie- quartet, Mrs Lillie O. Hesse, Mi> Heiman Schul/., Mrs Harold Meyer and Mrs Eugene C'ase> sang, Mrs Wayne Pergandc read a poem, two vocal solos, wore. -sung by Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley o! Hurt, accompanied by Mrs Thec.s Schnakenberg, Mrs William Moo- ding read a poem, Mrs Henry P;>r- gande gave a reading, accordion solos by Jane Darby. ,Rose corsages were pvesenU'Ci to Mrs Albert Wilhelmi, mothf of most children, Mrs Jamr.-: Tindall, youngest grandinuihrr. and Mrs Gordon Gitlord oi Bui t, youngest mother. Kitchen hostesses were Mr; Carl Groh, Mrs Alien Darl.iy and Mrs Marvin Anderson. The program was arranged by Mr.-, Casey, Mrs Herman Meyer and Mrs Norman Hesse of Renwick. Aboxit 55 shaved the courtesy. W.S.C.S. Circles Meet Circles of the W.S.C.S. met Wednesday. Circle 1, in the farm home of Mrs Harold Wolf. Mrs Otto Ramus and Mrs Theodore Johnson were guests. Devotions. Mrs Wolf and lesson, Mrs William Goetsch. Election of officers took place with all reelected. Mrs Wolf is the chairman; Mrs Elmer Kubly, vice- chairman; Mrs Earl Manning, secretary, and Mrs Irvin Jergensen, treasurer. Assisting Mrs Wolf with refreshments were Mr$ Carl Swanson, Mrs Manning and Mrs Goetsch. Circle '2 met in the Mcthodis*. church rooms with Mrs Guy Giddings and Mrs Edwin Martj hostesses. Mrs Henry Kubly \va> ti guest. Devotions, Mrs C. O McClcllan, and. lesson by Mr- Jessie Sanford. All officers were re-elected and are Mrs Sanford. Mrs McClellan, vice- Mrs Alvin Weber and Mrs Earl Neai chairman, chairman; secretary treasurer. Circle 3, also met rooms with Mrs in the church Wilson Leglei and Mrs W. Raymond Leglei and Mrs W. Raymond L^gler hostesses. Mrs Gretna firay- nard, Webster City, was a guest. Devotions, Mrs Raymond Nelson and lesson given by Mrs Duane Neal. A large supply of clothing, towels and yard goods 'turned in for supply work at a church home in «Sioux City. Election ot officers was held with Mrs Norma E. McClaron re-elected chairman; Mrs Ralph Davidson, re-elected vice chairman;-Mi's Albert Genrich elected secretary and Mrs Raymond Nelson, reelected treasurer. Mrs Gilbert Rowcn, who is moving away, was presented with a gift. The next meeting of this circle will be June 6 at thfe farm home of Mrs Davidson. Mrs Emma Nelson has now re- lurned 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 M. Skogmo, and daughters. W&(mKI8&^^ Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Find* Healing Substance That Does Both-* Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids NfW York, N. V. (Sppciutl _ For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids ami to relieve pain—without surpery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. 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