The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 39
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8-Afgona (la.) Upper Oes Moines Tuesday, May 8, 1956 3 Lutheran Schools To Have Graduation, May 11 Whittemore—The joint eighth grade graduation exercises will be held this week Friday, May 11. at 8:00 p.m. in St.' Pnul'V Lutheran church. These exercises have been held fur the past lour years, by the classes fron, St. John's congregation in Fenton, Emmanuel of Lotts Creek and St. Paul's of Whittemore. After the services Friday evening the mothers of St. Paul's pupils will serve ice cream, coffee and cake. On Sunday, May 20. a join, school picnic will be held by the parochial pupils and the Sunday school classes. This will start at noon with a pot luck dinner in the church basement. The Closing Day Program \vil be on Friday, May 18. at 8 p.m in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Housewarming Party Members of the South Side 500 club pleasantly surprised Mr Knecht at a house warming party at her new home Friday night. Mrs Knecht moved from uu southside to the northeast part oi town recently. Cards were played Mrs Geo. Maahs winning high Mrs Anna Behnke low and Mrs John Uhlenhake travel. Everybody broughi filled baskets which was served later in the evening. Pfc. Julian Erickson, son ol Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson, recently arrived in Germany, and is a member of the 4th Armored Group, Erickson entered the Army in July, 1955. He is a graduate of Iowa State College. A/3C David Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch, arrived home Thursday. Leaving San Diego, Calif, by plane to Des Moines, and then on to Mason City. He will have a three week's leave. He will then report to Jacksonville, Florida, where he will attend aviation school. Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien and family spent the weekend at Mapleton, Iowa, where they visited with Mrs O'Brien's sister, Mrs Earl Barry and family. En- route home they stopped at Carroll to attend the Sixth annual DYO Award Day held in the Kuemper High Auditorium. Eileen O'Brien received an award lor the Slogan contest. Neighbors, friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom Thursday evening to celebrate the birthdays of Gerald Ollom and Danny Rosendahl. Present were Mi and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth. Mr and Mrs Geo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe. and sons. James Voigt. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Dorothy Rosendahl and Danny and Kay Frances, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Mr and Mrs Arthur Ilei- denwith and Mr and Mrs Bert Seeley and family, all of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Floyd Gardner, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt. Rosella Voigt of Algona: Laura Broesder of Good Hope, Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn ji' Cylinder. Aenes Shipporite accompanied by Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl ana ..m Danny and daughter Kay .•"ranees were Friday evening visitors and shoppers'in Algona. Mrs Wayne Bell of Whittemore and Mrs William Zimmermann of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Carl iCummcvselt a n d family of .luthven attended the funeral of an uncle Theodore Witte, at Lem• lon, Ho. Dak. last week. They ilso visited Mr and Mrs Carl Witte, parents of the women, at i~,emmon. They returned home Tuesday evening. Cpl. Jack Ecklund, son of Mrs LeRoy Elbert, received h i s honorable discharge from the Marines a week ago Thursday at Hastings, Neb. Before coining he visited with his brother Dick Ecklund at Fort Reilly, Jack served most of his time aboard ship. He has not definitely made up his mind as what he" will do in the future. His mother drove to DC.- Moines to bring him home. Mrs Kathleen Elbert, local postmistress here, attended a postmasters convention held at Mason City last week. She was chosen chairman of the registration committee. Mr and Mrs Francis Brown of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Elbert. The women are sisters. The Wallher League of St Paul's Lutheran church was entertained by the Walther League at St. John's at Garner last week Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Carl Dehner and son James of Cascade, and Mr I .in:I Mr* James H. G.v-lan of Algona were Sunday guests at the luinie of Mr and Mrs J. B. Geelan. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and son Paul and Mr and Mrs Harold Hemrich and family, attended t h e Peace Lutheran church dedication at Wall Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Pikarski arc visiting with relatives this week in St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Vic Perkins anu sons Greg and Skippy visited recently with Mr and Mrs Marvin Dornenkamp in Meservey. Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach of here and Mr and Mrs Can /,umaeh of Fenton, attended a golden wedding anniversary of .vir and Mrs Ani HecK at Greenwood. Wis. Mrs Dora Faulstich, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Riciiard Theesfield of Fenton spent the afternoon Sunday with Mr Mrs Dunne Wallkait. F. C. Wegener of Algona was- a business caller in Whittemore Friday morning. Ledyard Students Tour Des Moines, Meet Gov. Hoegh Ledyard — Eighth Grade stu dents of the Ledyard Community school motored to Des Moine't last week Tuesday where they visited the State Capitol Building, Historical Building, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Register and Tribune Building, anu the Des Moines Airport. One 'if the highlights of the trip was their visit with Governor Hoegh. Hie following drove cars and accompanied the boys and girls on their sightseeing, Supt. Leo W. Willadsen, Mr Frank Rotterman, Mr Paul Nitz, Mr Carlin Egesdal, Mrs Arlene'Quaday, teacher of the group, Mrs Jack Lynch, Mrs Marvin Lloyd, and Mrs Violet Miller. Mrs Quaday took her group to visit Nash school where she formerly taught. Mr and Mrs Paul Gelhaus and Mr and Mrs Oscar Brand and Verdelle visited last Friday at the home of Mr and Mrr. Charles Put- komer of Alden, Mrs Putkomer is a sister of Mrs Gelhaus and Mr Brand. Monday evening of last week a miscellaneous shower was held in the Methodist church honoring Mrs Allan Loucks, the former Louise Jorgenson. Mrs Geo MacKinnon was in charge of the program. A skit was presented by Audrey Loucks, Shirley Miller and Joyce Pingel; Song by Linda Pingel; Reading, A Farm Wife Always in a Hurry by Mrs J. Richnrdson: Poem. Nancy MacKinnon. The bride was them presented with many lovely and useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Wednesday evening Dale Canfield presented the Glee Clubs, Mixed Chorus and the Junior and Senior Bands in a spring concert. Mr and Mrs Oscar Brand and Verdelle were last week visitors at the Paul Gelhaus home on their way home to Hollandale, Minn., after spending the winter with a daughter in California. Mrs Charley Faugust will present her Ledyard piano pupils in a recital Friday evening, May 11. It will be held in the school gymnasium and will start at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially invited to attend. Mrs Reynold Farm, a chalk artist, will be one jf the special features at the recital. Diane Olson of Elmore will •)lay a Mozart number in honor of the composers 200 birthday this year. The pupils who will be presented are: Darwin Jorgenson, Deannu Brandt, Anne Carpenter, Karen Darnell, Jane Egesdal Beth Johnson, Faye Kramers- meier. Marjorie McGregor, Mortica Munyer, Marsha Orvick, Larry Kunksmeier, Vicki Thilges. Carol Runksmeier, Deanna Wiemer, Diane Waterhouse, Sidney White, Sylvia Wilhelmi and Sandra Willadsen. Mrs Faugust will continue to give lessons during the summer months with some breaks during the time. Mr and Mrs Lee Marshall ano Branda of Estherville, and Mr and Mrs Larmer Hattle of Seneca spent Sunday evening at the Paul Gelhaus home. Rev. Victor Vriesen, who has. been in the Buffalo Center hospital following a heart attack last week was able to come home on Wednesday. i Mrs Alma Pntrrsnn \yho has been a patient at Estherville hospital the past two months following a broken hip bone is now at home of her son and dau- gher-in-law, Mr and Mrs Milton Peterson. Betty and Maxine Clark, Mar- oia and Aleta Jensen, Larry Franks. Jerry Kluger and Mrs Everett Beal attended a Baptist Youth Fellowship Rally held Sunday, April 29, at Eagle Grove. Mrs Frank Isaacson was honored on her birthday Sunday, Apr. 29, at the home of her daughter, Mrs Allen Looft. Attending were her other children and their families, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Isaacson and children, Mr and Mrsf D. F. Purdue and family, and Mi? and Mrs Eldon Isaacson and fam-^- iiy. Mrs Gordon Westcott vyas hostess to the Grant township ladies aid at her home Wednesday Ufternoon, Mrs A. Zielske led devotions, and Mrs S. H. Hammei gave the lesson. Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil Larson Pvt. Arthur W. Larson, son of Mr and Mrs Sam Larson of Eagle Township, recently completed the track vehicle maintenance course at the artillery and guided missile center, Fort Sill,. Okla. The ten- week course trained Larson as a specialist in the performance on track vehicles used in artillery units. Mr and Mrs Virgil Preston became parents of a son born Tuesday, May 1st at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. AUCTION TO BE HELD ON STARTING AT 7:30 AT ALGONA SALES BARN AT JUNCTION OF HIGHWAYS 169 & 18, ALGONA 100 HEAD HOLSTEIN 100 DAIRY 7 These Heifers Available For Inspection Before Sale. Come and Look Them Over. Cafe Nearby. THESE ARE GUARANTEED OPEN HOLSTEiN HEIFERS Because of Possibility of Bad Weather, I Will Sell These Hei.'ers At Algona Sale Barn. The Sale Barn Will Be Thoroughly Disinfected Before Heifers Are Taken There. 60 HEAD OF THESE HEIFERS TO WEIGH FROM 550 TO 800 IBS. 40 HEAD OF THESE HEIFERS TO WEIGH FROM 450 TO 550 IBS. These heifers bought as calves, direct from Wisconsin farms, through Barren County Co-Op pairy Cattle Ass'n. They were fed on my farm. 6 miles northeast of Livermore. They are from dams that produced 400 to 600 Ibs. butlerfat. This gives them potential of developing into the very best top grade of springing heifers demanding top prices and insurin j lop production. All heifers have been fed a complete ration, fortified with vitamin A and D and trace minerals, assuring p ;oper deve'.cprnenl and minimizing breeding trouble. They have all shown satisfactory growth. Heifers all dehorned an i completely healed. AU HEIFERS OFFICIALLY CALFHOOD BANGS VACCINATED AND TATOOED. INDIVIDUAL PAPERS WILL BE FURNISHED FOR AIL HEIFERS SOLD. ALSO, ALL T-B TESTED WITHIN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO SALE. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with ypur banker. MARVIN REDING LIVERMORE, IOWA — PHONE 2607 Auctioneers — Yungeberg 8c Quinn Ruth Ann Pehrson with a number of other young people attended the Lutheran League convention at Mason City last Sunday. Ruth served as secretary of the group. Mr and Mrs David Anderson who spent the winter at their home in Olrando, Fla. returned last week to spend the summer here.. Mr'and Mrs Darwin Diem and baby son Craig of Brookings, So. Dakota, spent last weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs E. J. Heidenwith and other relatives here. Mrs John rtelly is still a patient at Holy Family hospital. This is her fifth week there. She was taken to the hospital for an emer- "gency appendectomy, complications followed, and she has been tapped several times for pleurisy. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Preston, and other relatives, make daily trips to see her and are caring for her four daughters, the youngest only two months old. WAS 100 Mrs Mary Steffens, long-time resident of Peterson, recently ob- porved hrr lOfllh birthday. The occasion was spent in the homo which she and her husband built many years ago and in which she has lived since her marriage in 1887. X VOTE Edvald "Ed" Johnson 4th DISTRICT SUPERVISOR June 4th Democratic Primary YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED 19-22* /Allowance De Luxe Chomp ion -Trade-In tire DELUXE CHAMPION «.-'•• *•-. Sli* 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 8.20-15 Sli* 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 800-15 8.20-15 Tubed l.lTIr. $24.90 26.15 28.95 31.65 34.80 36.25 Tubed IllTir. $30.50 32.05 35.45 38.75 42.65 44.40 'Plus tax and your Black Sid* Type 2nd Tlr. 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