The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1956 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 22, 1956
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6-Algono (la.) Upper Bes Moines Tuesday, May 22, 1956 BANCROFT Attending the funeral of Ray \\VlpV sister in Morshalltown \V(<drn'sday wore Ray Welp fam- ilv. .T»e. Art. and Beithn Welp, and Mr and Mis Roy MrGuiro. They are all rou.«in.i of the deceased. Mr and Mrs Richard Monke \\ore Wednesday evening guesti n! the Harold Winkel homo in Whittomoi e. Mr and Mrs Menke ui'ie sponsors for the baptism of Thomas Richard, son of Mr and Mrs Winkel. Daniel Mulligan, who wa? stationed with the army in Abra- bia and the Holy Land, came Thursday for an pxtenderl visit with his mother and family. Mr and Mrs Luke Hamilton are the parents of a daughter horn May 9 at St. Ann hospital. Algona. The baby weighed six pounds and ten ounces. This is the Hamilton's first child. Mr and Mrs George Nauman attended the funeral of their grandson. Donald Klocku at Wesley, Saturday. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT <»•»•«»•»•»«»•»•••<»•> m <*•»•!> «• • Horteter serves 50 many, ,. easts sofftf(e NO MONEY DOWN As Little As $3.00 A Month North Central Public Service Co. LuVerne Class Day Followed By Picnic LuVerne—Class Day Exercises \\eic held at 10:30 a.m. in the LuVerne school nuclitorium Fri. May 18. Musk- bv,the high school band \VHS followed by awards for attendance arid spoiling by the eighth grade teachers. Mrs Stripling presented her 8th grade for graduation with the promotion certificates awarded by Supt. B. E. Martin. The class consists of 32 students. Presentation of high school awards by Mrs Claire Chanipine. William Littlejohn. Mrs William Littlejohn. Coach Bryce A. Wickett and Claire Chnmpinc, in attendance, scholastic, commercial, music and athletics, respectively. A picnic in the town park followed at noon for students, parents and friends. New Members Received Severn young people were received into full membership of the Methodist church, Sunday morning. May 13, during the worship service. The class consisted of Gary Erdmann, Sally Prior, Carolyn Larson, Gary Thomas, Danny Ellifi-itx. Jane Harper and Collyh De Nio. Music Mothers Elect The Music Mothers held their final meeting of the school year in the school lunch room Wednesday evening. Election of officers was held with the follo,\v- ing elected: Mrs Allen Darby, president; Mrs Gerald Awe, first vice president; Mrs Loyd Larson, second vice president; Mrs Allyn Brink, secretary and Mrs Arthur Maass, treasurer. Activities for the past year includes the re-organization of the club, to include mothers of all vocal students as well as instrumental students. Among the purchases the past year was a tenor saxaphone and case and u portable power megaphone. and Yalvick annual family reunion in the Hopkins Park. Sunday. May 20. They returned home Monday. " v Lowell Thomas of the Thomas service station spent this past' week in Omaha. Neb. attending a school for mechanics and car repairing. Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston, accompanied by their son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard of Wesley, attended the graduation exercises of the high school in Ayrshire Monday evening. Thursday evening they attended the graduate exercises' of the Pocahontas high school. Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson, accompanied by Mrs Gordon Davidson of Burt, attended commencement exercises of the Ayrshire high school Monday evening. Their granddaughter, Elaine Eggleslon, was a member of the class graduated. Mr and Mrs Douglas Doaks of Columbia. Mo. were recent visitors in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs James Doaks and Nita Sue. Mrs Josephine Scribner of San Diego Calif, and her daughter, Mrs Vincent Esser and Patricia of Algona. visited old friends Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Earl Johns entertained guests Sunday in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Coleen. and also his father, Ben Johns, of Brilt. Attending wore Fred Hinz, Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman, Dale and Myrna Larimer, Mr and Mrs George Studer, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson. Henry Loerwald and son, A/1C Charles Loerwald. Weekend visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston were their daughters. Boulah and Doris Eggleston. of Des Monies. They were Sundny guests in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and family near Wesley. Mr and Mrs William Goctsch. Son.iii and Sheryl. Mrs Anna Gootsch and Arlie Goetsch attended graduation exercises of the Corwith high school Tuesday evening. Their grandson and nephew, Ronald Kraft, was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith and family and Mrs Donald Cameron of Hardy visited their sister. Mrs Larry Werner of DeGraff, Minn., who visited in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bill Hardcopf the past week. Mrs Walton DeWitt visited Friday in Fort Dodge at the home of her sister, Mrs Al Porter. Mrs Alice Anderegg of West Bend called Friday in the home of her brother, the Walton DeWitt family. Charles Curtis, Vice President of the U.S. under Herbert Hoover, once claimed fame as a .jockey. The automobile industry estimates that $17.69 of the price of every car is spent in advertising. 1st Communion For Class Of 63 At Bancroft Bancroft—First Holy Communion was held in St. John's Catholic Church Sunday. May 20, with 63 boys and girls in the class. Father Schultes officiated at the 7:30 high mass. Leaders of the group were Mary Clark, Mary Lynch, Alphonse Vaske, and Thomas Murray. Members of the class were: Linda Accurso, Patricia Binzen, Patricia Coyne, Dianne Crowley, Mary Droessler, Christine Eckhart. Barbara Farrow, Arlene Heldorfer, Rose Hutchinson, Dianne Jensen, Linda Kahler, Elizabeth Lampe-, Kathleen Lensing. Shirley Marlow. Teresa McCarthy. Patricia McCleish, Judith Menke, Eileen Merron, Janet Schemmel, Patricia Schiltz, Marilyn Schrauth, Jolene Thilges, Janet Vaske, Janice Vaske, Mary ~ " Welp,. Judith Wilhelmi, Wollner, Frances White, Jane BolHg, Barbara Ford. Donnne Hellman. Karen Lampe, Ann Schiltz, Jane Schiltz, Mary Lou Vaske, Mary Jean Walsh, Collen Crawford. Beth Anne Marv UDM Want Ads Par Dividends Eugene Bormann, Gerald Fangman, David Foth, Dennis Hut- chinson, Terry Jensen, Edward Kayser, Donald Kockler, David Lynch, Thomas Lynch. Glenn Menke. Philip Menke, Bernard Rolling, Allen Strunc. Michael Welp, Thomas Hauptman, Allen Kahler, John Meyer, Dennis Nurre, Steven Schneider, Dennis Simmons, John Stork. Raymono Vaske, Joseph Elsbecker, Mark Geitzenauer, Mike McGuire, and Gerald Boeckman. Commencement Sunday Thirty-two seniors will graduate from St. John's high school, Sunday, May 27. at 3 p.m. Father Sylvester Crady, former assistant now at Humboldt, will give the commencement address. Immediately following the address diploma's will be presented to the seniors by Reverend J. H. Schultes. Members of the graduating class are: Thomas Garry. Gordon Hutchinson, Patrick Sheridan, Richard Krapp, Richard Rahc. Marvin Tigges. Delbert Lieu- ranee. Joel Vollmar, Lawrence Wilhelmi, Arthur Doyle. Thomas Williamson. Mark Bernhard, Richard Doocy. Betty Johnson. Betty Cogley. Darlene Simmons, Louise Garry, Kay Ditsworth. Marlene Lappe. Diane Deitering, Betty Heldorfer. Maxine Heldorfer, Patricia Hatten, Helena Rolling, Irene Blocker, Ann McGuire, Patricia Graydon, Joann Lensing, Patricia O'Donnell, Donna Kahler, and Mary Ann Mulligan. Poppy Winners The winners in Jhe sixth grad« poppy poster contest were announced this week. They are first, Kevin McCarthy: second, James Meyer; third, Rita Hendrickson, fourth. Kathleen Deitering. These posters will be on display in the Bancroft business places. New Business Ray Williamson announced the opening of a furniture repair and upholstery service in Bancroft. His business is located in the Davis Plumbing & Heating building. a • Tire Free! If You Have The Lucky License Number • BRADLEY BROS. J • SEE US NOW t BE SURE TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES JUNE 4 Charles Plathe DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR x FIRST DISTRICT J Term Jo Start January, 1958) A life-long resident of the community. Living on my farm in Riverdale township which is now being operated by my youngest son. II nominated and elected, I guarantee a fair, honest and unbiased administration of county affairs with emphasis on thrift. YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED This ad paid for by friends of Charles Plathe .***r~-*fe~~<*~* Attend Burt Meeting A group of ladies from the Lu- Verne Zion Lutheran Church attended the Lutheran Women Missionary League, Algona circuit meeting, held Wednesday in the Burt Lutheran'church. Attending were: Mrs Louis Witten- bui'g, Mrs Lillie O. Hesse, Mrs Henry Schnakenberg. Mrs Lawrence Oberhelmen. Mrs Edward Ramus, Mrs William Moeding, Mrs John Schnakenberg and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg. Delegate at Meeting Mrs William Goetsch was n delegate from the local Methodist church recently to the North Iowa Conference of Women's Society of Christian Service held at the Grace Methodist Church in Waterloo. She was accompanied by Mrs Robert Kessinger, Mrs Phil Henderson and Mrs Norma E. McClaran. Good Will Club The Good Will Club were entertained in the home of Mrs Anna Blurner, Thursday afternoon with Miss Luella Blumer assisting hostess. Fourteen members answered roll call. They voted a donation of $10 for the summer swimming project. Games were enjoyed in charge of Mrs Jessie Stripling and Mrs Harold Nielson, Sr., with prizes awarded. Mr and Mrs E. B. Thomas went to DeKalb, 111. Saturday where they attended a Knutsen-Larson . 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