The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 44
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 44

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1956
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6- Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Moy 8, 1956 {_ ANIMAL DIVISION ) a 45-.-niie TAtlrcad be1*\£en Nome and Shchen ¥<« d£>9! ?"••? y Trainmen en t C*n»iiM (of a feourty of fifty dollar* vhen their train plowed into • pack, Villmg tw« «t lh« Hawaiian Theme For Seniors Of Sentral Schools Ssneca — The Sentral School Junior and Senior banquet and prom was held at the Fenton High School gymnasium, Friday evening, April 27. The Hawaiian Theme was carried out on the decorations and the menu. The banquet was served by sophmore girls from all three schools who were dressed as Hawaiian maidens. The program, with Raymond • Wilberg as toastmaster, was as follows: Hello "Aloha"—Patti Pierson Acceptance—Judy Davis My Little Grass Shack—Instrumental selection Waggery "EmCee"—Ray Wilberg Authenticity—Dennis Long Honolulu Moon — vocal trio, Ronnie Johannesen, David Looft and Ray Wilberg. Ideals—Roger Potratz Initiative—Wayne Gross Following the banquet a prom was held with music provided by the Frank Jonas Orchestra. Cracks Ankle Bones Gail Kauffman suffered a •racked bone in his ankle last Monday afternoon in the baseball game with Grant. The accident happened as he was sliding into second base. He is able to get around by the means of crutches. Mr and Mrs Art Claussen and Mr O. A. Jensen of Swea City and Mrs Carrie Jensen of Seneca visited one day last week at the J. M. Jensea home at Ringsted. Twenty-one homemakers gathered at the Ted Jensen home recently for the final lesson on the Family Living Program. Among homemakers in attendance were Mrs Martin Wilberg and Miss Bertha Olsen, eo-host- esses; Mrs Earl Crouch, Miss Theresa Stelflug, Mrs John Johannesen; Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Harold Gronhovd, Mrs Victor Struecker, Mrs John Strueck- er. Mrs Eldon Brown, Mrs William Dorsev, Mrs Elmer Hanisch. Mrs R. Helmers, Mrs Charles Voigt. Mrs Claude Johnson, Mr.s Seibolt Behrends, Mrs Woodrow Kracht, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Ole Pederson and Mrs Everett Witham. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mrs Wm. Knoll was a guest of Mrs A. L. Jackman at the Mother-Daughter banquet Thursday at the Congregational church in Algona. Mr Knoll and family spent the evening at the Jackman home. Mrs Wilfred Radig, Mrs Don Houck, Mrs Merwin MarJow and Mrs Walter Dacken accompanied Mrs Ralph Bierstedt to Rochester, .Minn,... Tuesday where they visited Mrs Art Priebe, a patient at the hospital. Saturday evening callers at the Maurice Weisbrod home in honor of Terry's second birthday were Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dale Weganer and Connie, and Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath, Cindy, Garry and Marilyn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son, Billy, were dinner guests Sunday at the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family called Wednesday evening at the Dale Schroeder home. Sunday evening Mr imd Mrs James Lung visited there. Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell of Okmulgee, Okla. spent from Thursday till Sunday at th-l Mi If red Mitchell home. Sunday dinner fiiiesis there included Mr and Mrs Dwayne Habeger and daughter. Kristen, of Burt. Mrs Owen Berhow entertained the Happy Homemakers club last Wednesday afternoon. Eight members and two guests were present. Election of officers was held with Mrs Milfred Mitchell being elected chairman and Mrs Harold Holmgren, vice chairman. Plans were made for the club to take a trip to Pella, May 12 for the Tulip Festival. Mrs Lawrence Dittmer read a story on Mother's Day, after which lunch was served. Mrs Harold Holmgren will have the next meeting and it will be a week earlier as the regular day falls on Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christen?on were hosts to a card party Thursday evening with the following guests present: Mr and Mr.s Morton Larson, Mr and Mrs- Roger Jensen. Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson. Prizes went to Mrs Roger Jensen, low, Mrs Clarence Martin, high, Jess Blanchard. low, Roger Jensen, high, and travel to Clarence Martin. Callers last Monday evening at the Harvey Rath home in Algona in honor of his birthday were Mr and Mr.s Dale Wegenor and Connie, Mr and Mrs 'Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath, Cindy Sue, Garry and Marilyn. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener ond Connie were Sunday supper guests at the parental Fred Wej{- encr home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson spent Sunday evening at the Wm. Knoll home. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr Weiner, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Chrischilles home at Fenton. Mr Weiner remained at the Chris- chilles home for a visit. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson visited at Washington Friday with the John Owen family. The women were roommates while in nurses training. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt spent Sunday afternoon at the Edward Richards home in Algona. Mr and Mr.s Albert Richards spent the evening at the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard, Mollie, Jill and Cynthia spent the weekend at the H. K. Drown home in Des Moines. Mr Gerald Radig was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last Friday with Malta fever The Idle Hour Club met Thursday at the Jim Cody Jr. home. Mi's Ed Tigges was the assisting hostess, 20 members were present and there was a plant sale. Neva Thompson and Mrs James Cody Sr. had charge of entertainment. Games were played with the following winning prizes, Mrs Elmer Krause, Mrs M. O. Richards and Mrs Albert Shaser. Band Mothers will meet next Wednesday evening, May 9, for the last time this year at the school. Hostesses will be Mes- damt's A. A. Krueger, Clifford Nordine, Alfred Schadendorf, Ben Schmidt and Stanley Simpson. Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mr and Mrs R. E. Morgan, Mrs H. E, Morgan and Linda Peter, all of Algona spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Elk River, Minn, visiting Mrs Anthony Byson. The occasion was Mrs Byson's birthday. Mrs Fred Genrich entertained in honor of the birthday ot Mrs Mary Flaig Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent playing cards with prizes going to Mrs Ruth Krueger, high; Mrs Mary Flaig, low; and Mrs Jack Quinn, low. Guests were Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs James Long, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs 1 FELCO Pig Starter gives pigs the fast start that's so important. Farmers know that fast-growing pigs are the kind that usa fa*d efficiently, hit market earliest, and make the most money. That's exactly what FELCO Pig Starter can do for your pigs. Ha combination of high quality proteins, vitamins, minerals and antibiotics has been proved on many of your neghbors 1 farms. A*| them. Then stop in and see us. We're the only folks who handla> FELCO feeds. Remember: FELCO feeds are fresh feed*. Tbay'na mixed fresh locally every day. ML cos m Btsr- SAVINGS THt REST ASK YOUR NEICHBOR The Farmers Elevator. Bode. Farmers Cooper alive Elevator Co., Swea Ctty. West Bend Elevator Co.. West Bend. Burt Cooperative Elevator. Burt. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., I^ona Hock Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. Whittemoie Cooperative Elavator. WbUlan)or*. Rose Kraft. Mrs Ffjink Flaig, Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs Jack Quinn. Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson called Thursday evening at the Clarence Kraft home. Mis Amanda Pettil and Miss Evelyn Earing accompanied Art Priebe to Emmetsburg Wednesday evening where they visited Ed Priebe. patient in the hospital there. Mrs Erich Seegebarth spent Tuesday evening with her mother. Mrs Clara Marlmv at Hurt. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bailsman culled at the Clarence Martin home Wednesday evening. Max Flaig left last Sunday for Washington, D. C. after spending a wet4< at the parental, W. G. Flaig home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit spent Sunday in Des Moines with their daughter, Janet, who is in nurse's training. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family were dinner guests Sunday and spent the day at the Mr.s Maude Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Frit/, Newbrough and Steve were dinner guests Sunday at the L. A. Newbrough home. Mr and Mrs James Long spent Sunday afternoon at Burl at the W. H.'Reidel home. Dinner guests Sunday at the Georgo B. Loriy home were Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mr and Mrs Clarence Aekerson of Wesley. Mrs Augusta Davis of Algona spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs Louise Lieb. Mrs Lena Schmidt and son. Martin, of Fenton were Sunday afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson visited Sunday at Nevada at the Boyd Maxwell home. Mr and Mrs Dwayne Drcyer of Algona visited Thursday evening at the Frank Drover home. Sergeant and Mrs Dick Edwards and son, Ricky, of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Roger Jensen home. Saturday evening supper guests in their honor were Mr and Mrs Dick Edwards and Ricky, Mrs'R. G. Edwards of Sandstone, Minn., Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie Jo. Mrs Wm. Fisher returned home Sunday from Holy Family hospital at'Estherville. She is staying at the home of her son Delmar. Dinner guests Sunday at the Gerald Angus home were Mr and Miv Delrnar Angus, Joyce and Georgia, Mrs Robert Angus and daughter, Susan, all of Hurt. Mi 1 and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan spent Sunday afternoon at the Maude Blanch avd home. 4-H Rally Day, S-City, May 28 County 4-H delegates wore named and summer activities were completed at the recent meeting held by the Kossuih County 4-H girl's committee. Candidates selected to compete for county office are: Kathryn Bockes. LuVerne Live Wires; Jan Clark. Blue & White: Mary Fitzgerald, Swea Sunbeams; Eunice Gade, Creseo Chums; Marlys Goetz, Wesley Wizards; Connie Priebe, Plum Creek Elite; Jean Ann Spangler, LuVerne Peppy Pals and Lois Willfong, Riverdale ( Rustlers I. These girls were chosen on the basis of local leadership and 4-H records. Four of the girls will be selected to represent Kossuth County 4-H girls at the county Rally Day to be held in Swea City, May 26. Dorothy Gade, Creseo Chums, was selected to represent Kossuth County as a nominee for a state 4-H officer candidate. Nancy T.jaden, Wesley Wizards, was named as the delegate to the State 4-H Leadership Camp held at the State 4-H Camp at Boone. Dolores E i s e n b a r th. Creseo Chums, will attend the State 4-H Health Camp to he hold July 30 to August 4. County committee members present were Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs C. A. Gutknecht, Mrs Wayne- Keith, Mrs August Studcr and Mrs Ralph Thompson. LOCALS Members of the Algona Woman's Bowling Association will hold their annual bowling banquet Wednesday evening at the K. C. hall. Following the banquet presentation of trophies, awards and election of new officers will be held. Mr and Mrs Robert Carney drove to Rochester over the week end and took Heinie Fisher, who was at St. Mary's hospital, to his home near Walker, Minn. Mr Fisher had been in the hospital since April 16 during which time he learned to walk on his legs which were broken Dec. 18 in an accident. He is now able to walk on crutches for short distances and with the aid of braces on his legs. A gradual recovery is now expected with his legs and ankles becoming near normal again. The first Thanksgiving dinner to be held in the White House- was given by President and Mrs James Polk. eivi A RUGGED ROYAL PORTABLE n» TfftwrHff of o Uftftatt - for a UMfnraf ONLY 79.60 Ptrentit IntMt la Children'! future today. 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