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2-Algeria (Itt.) Upper Das Molnei Tueidny, May IS, 1956 Sweet-Harrison 4-H Club Votes Big Donation Swea & Eagle—The Swea Harrison 4-H club met Monday evening, May 7, at Community Hall with Glendon Peterson and James Hardt luncheon hosts. Roll call was answered by 32 members. During the business meeting, the club voted to buy a $25 share in the Health Clinic. For the club's annual tour in June, a committee for arrangements was named, Ronnie Kaltvad, James Hardt, Bill Lawrence and Maurice Anderson. followed ,,by a discussion topic, "Controllffif Gophers," put 6n by Larry Twine. Mrs Walter Peterson and Mrs Merlin Hardt served the luncheon. Vote Meeting Held The Koasuth County Farm Bureau held a "Gel-OUt-The-Vote" campaign meeting Monday night, May 7, at the Legion Hall in Burt. Speakers outlined the work for the drive. Attending the meeting from Swea were Mesdames Ralph Walker Jr., Dettmer Thompson, Rudy Peterson, Alvin Swanson and Mrs Emil Larson; Eagle, Mrs Richard O'Green and Mrs Walter O'Green; Harrison, Mrs Dean .Swanson and Mrs Clarence Gardner. At the Wayne Thompson farm, carpenters are building a large grain storage building. Mrs , Floyd •• Treat returned to Cross Lake, Minn., Monday after a two Week stay here at thd home of her daughter, Mrs Mar vin Larson and family. Miss Edna Holcomb R. N. ol Ames recently visited at tht home of her brother and his wife Mr and Mrs P. A. Holcomb. Mrs H. Kulander of Minneapolis visited here several days last week at Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson's and in Swea City. Mrs Henry Schuler returned home recently from Des Moines where she had spent several weeks in a Des Moines hospital recuperating from illness. Janet Thoreson was hostess to the Teen-age Luthern Missionary WESLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF '56 Program Wai ,, led ; by Davic Kaltvad- Who al«%wftfjB,:'.a talk Karen Johansert ffigftipi a talk at ' the home 1 .tfhuttfday fjiiht,fMfty 10. Mr and Mf8 LfiwTirffce »rish Blue, Earth, MimV i .became par ents of a son born Friday, May 4 The Tish family lived here be fore moving to Minnesota. 1. Rock Youths Attend Rally AfRingsted Lone Hock — Those from Lone Rock that attended the Youth Fellowship rally at Rihgsted Sunday were Rev. C. E. Nordine, Nancy and Margaret Fischer, Muriel Nordine, Susan Montgomery, Donna Knoll, Marjorie Houck, David Johnson, Jerry Jensen, Kermit Krueger, David Weber, Craig Blanchard, Jamie Jo Jensen, Donna Blanchard anl Larry Menz of Fenton. The Lone Rock group had charge of the devotions. Those who furnished .he transportation and drove were Rev. C. E. Nordine, Donald Blanchard and Margaret Fischer. ... i.i.'V'M IL-irr kV't;. Pictures by Woltz Studios, Des Moines WE CONGRATULATE THE 1956 GRADUATING SENIORS OF WESLEY HIGH SCHOOL Injured Ai Home Mrs A. D. Nevvbrough Was injured last week at her home in an accident, and is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She has a broken vertabrae of the neck. P.W.p. To Meet The Lone Rock P.W.O. circles will meet next week Thursday at the following homes: Patsy with Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and Mrs Raymond Bierle assisting. Program, Mrs Ralph Hammer- Strom; Esther with Mrs Chas. Morris and Mrs Merwin Marldw assisting, program, Mrs W. G. Flaig; Mary with Mrs Fred Gee- rich and Mrs Jess Blanchard assisting, program, Mrs Delmar Fischer. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman and Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley were Thursday evening callers at the Geo. B. Long home. Mr and Mrs Carl Bonstead and family of Graettinger spent Tuesday evening at the Marlyn Bailsman home. Mr and Mrs Charles Wendell and daughter, Carolyn, of Humboldt spent last Sunday visitipg the Harlan Blanchard family. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerson and family of Burt spent Thursday evening at the Ruth Krueger home. Rev. and Mrs Clifford E. Nordine and family attended the wedding of his niece, Millicent Nordine, and Donald Fredickson Tuesday at Albert City. Rev. N.orcline officiated at the wedding which took place at the Evangelical Free Church. Muriel was a table waitress. Vacation' Bible 3eh6oi Will, begin next Monday, May 21. Classes ar.-j to be held in the'.Lo.ne Rock school from 9 a.m. fo 3 pifti. for one week. • • .,,;,.. Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Orville Gardner were guests at the Dean Jergenson home In Algoria last Wednesday afternoon and at the Pluni Creek Womens Club. Mr and Mrs Donald Blancharc attended the senior class party at Fort Dodge Wednesday evening. Afterwards they visited in Ottosen at the Alfred Schultz and Chet Alme homes. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper were guests Tuesday evening in West Bend at the Leo Frieden home in honor of Mr and Mrs George Maberry of Rlley, Kansas, who were visiting here, Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson attended the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Charles Geilenfeld of Algona Sunday afternoon. For supper they were guests of Mr and Mrs Jens Madsen of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and family, Mrs Minnie Hines of Algona, Mr ahd Mrs Dave Hines, VIr and Mrs Lawrence Shaw of Tama, la. Mr an,d Mrs George Ramus of La Porte City attended a family dinner Sunday at the Harvey Hines home at Toledo, la. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Skank .of 3urt spent Saturday evening at he Fre"d Gertrich home. Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Led- 'ard called there Saturday af- ,ernoon. Sunday afternoon Mr incl Mrs Genrich visited at the 'ohn Hauck home at Livermore and were supper guests of the Clarence Wells. '^ Mr and Mrs 'Leslie Johnson, Sue Ann and Mark were Sunday upper guests at the R. W. Wiliams home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroder and Susan spent Sunday afternoon at he Ervin Klatt home at Ringsted md in the evening they called at he Ornie Behrends home. Mr and Mrs Chas. Nelson of "ylinder were Sunday afternoon lid supper guests at the Milfred Vlitchell home. Merwin and Ronald Christen- on, George Manus of Burt arid vlrs Louise Godden went to Iowa ^ity Sunday and donated blood o the blood bank at th? Univer- ity hospital there for Ruth Krueger, who has been a patient here for several weeks. Miss Crueger returned home with hem and is staying at the Chas. Morris home. Art Priebe and Joel left Friday and spent the weekend with Mrs Art Priebe at Rochester. Sunday Mr and Mrs Merton Lar- •jon and Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe and Rodney visited hei and Joel returned home with them. Mrs Roger Jenson entertained a coffee party last Wednesday afternoon with the following guests: Mrs Lawrence Pingel, Mrs Florence Yager, Mrs Donald Blanchard, Mrs Chas. Staudt, Sandra and Susan, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mw»Erioty<Seegebarth and Mrs E. M. Jensen. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard spent Sunday afternoon and ev- WESLEY FARMERS CREAMERY Sioux Lines, Inc. SCHEDULE CHANGE Leave Algona for Ft. Dodge & Des Moines Daily except Sundays and Holidays 9:56 A.M. Sundays and Holidays . 3:05 P.M. 0 • • Return Schedule Arrives Algona ... 6:19 P.M. Lv Algona 6:19 P.M. For Graeffinger, Esfherville, Spirit Lake & Arnolds Park FOR FURTHER INFORMATION About New Service and Charter information Call 900. PROUDLY PRESENTING THE 1956 SENIOR CLASS OF LONE ROCK Top Row: John Cotton, Jenny Marlow, Bill Champion, Marjory Hauck, Maurice Floig, Eugene Marlow, Ruth Schadendorf Bottom Row: David Householder, Dennis Long, Ellwyn Householder, Joe Culbertson, LaRay Schroder, Viola Berninghaws, James Pettit.~ — Photos by loattfson Studio, Algunu LONE ROCK CO-OPERATIVE * ening at the Roger Palmer home in Algona. •-> \ •'.* ... < Saturday e v e n i n g' Slipper * at the Roy- Merdhant home werd Mf and Mrs * Harold Presthus and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Caffpl Lashbrook of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder spent Sunday at Fulda, Minn., visiting at the Peter Ulfert and George Schuster homes. Mr and Mrs ' Ronald Christen- son, Jane, Nancy at Rochester Tuesday wh Christenson received aft checkup, They, also vlSite Art PHfebe at the Metho hospital there; ; : ' . ' KNOCKOUT -• rH&V Lyle Cooling, Corydon studiK, as unconscious for 12, hbura after i Colliding with . another youth; Wnile attempting to patch a football; ' ,v ' i Lightning -struck a bed in the Riissfill Sums home .at Moravia retently, moving it about a foot -a'nd rippitig a gap ift the bedroom wall. OdcupanbJ of the bed, Mf Burns and son Jimmy, were Unhurt. Plaster Was knocked from every roofn of the house and siding was strewn for 200 feet, ..;-.• ; \VAWT ADS BfllNO BESULTS Grant High School - Class of •'% Arnold Klocke, William Huskamp, Caroline Pedersen, Alvin 'Richardson Louise Farrow, Merlyn Krosch, Lonny Skaar, Arlene Richardson . — Pictures by Russell Studios, Mason City SWEA CITY COMMUNITY SCHOOL - CLASS OF '56 r Pictures by Woltz Studios, Des Moines BEST WISHES SENIORS FOR A BRIGHT AND PROSPEROUS FUTURE I LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. (/f.'V 1(1'