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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1956
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Bible School Program Given At lone Rock Lone Rock—The .vacation Bible School program was held Sunday in the Lone . Rock PresbyleriH.r Church with the following class es participating: beginners, primary, juniors and intermediates Mrs Roger .len.sen was in charge of the beginners clas; with Mar.jorie Houck assisting. Mrs James tyarlow had chargV of the primary dept. with Margaret Fischer, Wanda Schradei and Darlene Long assisting. Mn E. A. Lee had charge of the juniors with Mrs Ronald Christenson and Donna Blanchard assisting, intermediates, Rev. C. E. jNordinc and Mrs Nordine assisting. General supt, Rev. Nordine, and Mrs C. E. Nordine had charge 01 the music, with Margaret Fischei assisting. 'Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs Ed Blanchard drove to the Clifford Mueller home at Stanley, Wis. Thursday The Muellers moved from here to Stanley four years ago. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo, of Algona; Mrs Rose Kraft and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy, attended , graduated exercises at Ea*-t Chain High School in Fairmont, Minn. Mrs Amanda Pettit, Mrs Ethel McChesney and Mrs Glenn Householder called on Ed. Priebc at Fenlon Thursday afternoon. They also visited Mrs Win. Fischer and Mrs Art Priebe. Mrs Roy Jensen and Evelyn Earing visited Mrs Florence Macumber in Algona Thursday evening. Kerwoocl Quinn, Cleveland. Ohio, son of Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn, .spent overnite Wednesday here. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson and daughter, Marieta7 called Thursday evening at the Charles Morris home. Mr and Mrs Harry Anderson of Plymouth visited from Wednesday till Thursday at Donald Blanchard's. Mrs George Ramus of LaPort and her mother, Mrs Smith, of Livermore called Thursday evening at Leo Ramus home. Jean Beth Christenson spen; Monday with Mrs P. M. Christenson. Mrs Maude Blanchard was a dinner guest Sunday at the Donald Blanchard home. Gene Blanchard of Yankton. S. D. called there in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth and Mrs Clara Marlow of Burt visited from Wednesday till Friday in Redfield, S. D. While there they attended the gradcta.^ tion of Mrs Marlow's granddaughter and also visited at the Ben Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod attended the wedding of Frances Schmelling and Robert WeLsbrod at the Fairvillc Lutheran church, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman were Thursday dinner guests at W. G. Flaig home. Donald Jensen, student at Luther College, Decorah, spenl the weekend with his parents, E. M. Jensens. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackorman of Burl spent Sunday evening with Mi's Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs George B. Long ynd family nlsn called there. Mr and. Mrs Delbevt GeitZeft* auer and family of Fenton •were Sunday evening supper guests at the Lawrence Geitzenauer home. The Happy Homemakers^club met last Wednesday with Mrs H A. Holmgren. Eight members ;nd four guests were present. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer •jtlenHr'd the funeral of her ttro- •.her, Art Tabor, of West Bend, Thursday at the West Bend" Meth- idist church. Mr Tabor died suddenly of a heart attack .Monday. Sunday afternoon, Mr and .Vlrs Kramer visited with his wii'e Mrs Art Tabor, of West Bend. Mr and Mrs R. L. Kramer and family, of Minneapolis, spent over- nite Wednesday at the Herman .Cramer home and attended the "uneral on Thursday. Delmar Angus of Burt. Bob and Oerald Angus, Joe Vollrnar,.all of Lone Rock, fished from Wednesday till Saturday at Cass Lake, Minn. The men reported a nice catch. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna attended 'the wedding of her nephew, Russell Parson, at the Lutheran Church at Burt Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family called on her father, Emmanual Ostrom, at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Mrs Wayne Dugan was a guest Sunday evening at the H. A. Holmgren home. Saturday evening caj.lers at the Clinton Rath home in honor of Garry's seventh birthday were Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie Jo, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona. Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder and family of Moville, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Art of Fen- tOn, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder were Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer called Sunday evening on Mrs Marie Dreyer at Burt. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell attended the graduation exercise at Emmetsburg last Monday evening. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona called on friends at Lone Rock Thursday afternoon. Mrs Rose Kraft visited her sister, Mrs Otto Laabs, at Fairmont Sunday. Saturday evening supper guests at the Leslie Johnson home -were Mi' and Mrs R. W Williams of Estherville. Mr and Mrs George Kissner and family, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Harlan Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. E_ Marlow and family, all of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Vic Whalen, Mr and Mrs Jack Benjamin and family of Dolliver, Mr and Mrs C. J. LaBar and son of Austin, Minn, celebrated their Memorial Day dinner Sunday at the Hugh Marlow home in Burt. , Mr and Mrs Francis Foley ot Burlington are spending a week at Wayne ' Lynch and Willard Thompson homes. Mr and Mrs Ardcn Hovey and family were Sunday supper guests at the Martin Swanson home in Fairmont. Diane Hovey spent the weekend at home. Marieta Christenson returned to Pueblo, Colo. Saturday after visiting at the parental P. M. Christenson home. Merwin took her to DCS Sunday dinner guests at the P. M. Chris-* tenson homo were Will Christenson, Ronald Christenson and Jean Beth. SPEAKING: REMEMBER LAST SUMMER'S HEAT ? This Summer, get of the heat," with ELECTRIC VENTILATION or AIR CONDITIONING Take your choice of an ATTIC FAN ... to cool your whole house at night, and to give you a permanent answer to summer's heat, ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS ... for complete -summer comfort — to provide cool, clean air day and night, to cut down humidity, and to give you quiet, comfortable sleep. See your dealer right away, before it's too late. This summer, keep cool, ELECTRICALLY. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa Fidel.* Class Elects At Burt Buft —The FidPelis Class Parly was held Wednesday, May 23 with Mrs Milfred Smith, Mrs Ella Sigsbee assisting. Thirteen members answered roll call wittt a May basket exchange. After the business meeting, games were played. This was election of officers with the following chosen for the new year: President. Stella Geesinan; vice president, Ada McFarland; secretary and treasurer, Lulu Hawcotti -The new officers met at Stella Geesman's home to plan the yearbooks. Mrs Elsie Hart of Williston, N. Dak. spent from Wednesday till Friday with her cousin, Mrs Bertha Strtw. The women attended a Cunningham anftual reunion picnic at Call Park, Algona, Memorial Day. Twelve members attended Birthday Circle at the Jessie Rash home Thursday afternoon. Elsie Hart was a guest. Trie next meeting will be the annual birthday party for mystery sisters, held with the president, Beula Batt. Tuesday, June 19. There will be an exchange of gifts. Mr and Mrs Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, of Britt, spent Memorial Day with Mrs Miller':-parents, Mr and Mrs WaJt Stewart. Mrs L,ulu Ringsdorf left from Perry Sunday evening for Hay-, ward, Cal. where she will visit in the home of. her daughter, Mrs Clara Shannon, and with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Wallace Roscoe and children of Atlantic spent the weekend with •'•Mr and Mrs Frank Ryerson. They also called on other friends. Mr Roscoe will be remembered as a former Burt school faculty member. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel received word of the birth of a son recently • to Mr, and Mrs Jack Klaus of Covina. Cal. The baby has been named Mark Edward, and his mother is the former Phyllis Kain, who taught fifth grade in the Burt school. Mrs Klaus is a niece of Mrs Riedel. Friday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Fred O. Slow were Mr and Mrs 'Clarence G. Cunningham of Elmore, Minn. Mrs Elsie Hart of Williston, N. !D., and Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels. Some 53 cub Scouts and'par- ents of Pack 48 attended a May pack meeting held at the Burt Park" Tuesday evening. A picnic supper was served followed by games and entertainment. Each Den presented a rrObo skit. Gold arrows were received by Floyd' Lavrenz and Riehard Gabk^n. Mrs Louis Riedel's nephew, Jackie Dacken, son of Airs Wilma Dacken and the late John Dacken, re-enlisted in the air forcee recently for another four years. Mr Dacken is married and has two sons and will be stationed in California. He attended the Burt school and made his home with the Rieclels at one time. Boys in this locality interested in-summer baseball started practice at the Burt ball park Friday. Three teams, as follow practice; regular midgets, 15 years and under; pee wee, 13 years and under; wee wee, 11 years and under. The first game for all teams is with Algona, June 11. Some Railroad Improvements Are Made Here There' is no way of telling exactly how much Kossuth county "residents will benefit- during 1956 from the proposed rehabilitation project which was announced recently by the Chicago and North Western Railway System, according to W. Holldorf, local agent for the nine state system. At least. $4 .million more will Jae spent for new track, roadbed and bridges by the railroad company this year than last. The expenditure includes more than a million new ties, more than twice as many as installed during 1955. and '75 to 100 miles of new rails this year. All rails were replaced between Eagle Grove and Elmore three years ago, so the North Western is In pretty good shape in this area. Special crews have been putting in new ties ana graveling the right-of-way in various locations in the county recently. Everett Burr Gets Top Boy Scout Award EVEftETT BAHR With 200 Boy Scout leaders present from Ihe Prairie Gold Council area of 19 counties at the annual meeting at Fort Dodge Sunday evening, • Everett Barr, Algona, was presented with the "Silver Beaver" award, highest scouting recognition that may be given by a Council. The award is based on long service in Scouting, and other service to youth. "Ev" has served 10 years as a Scoutmaster, and has been active in other youth activities here, including wide service as referee of sports events, and coach of the Junior Legion baseball team. At the Sunday meeting, Gene Cook was invested as a vice- president of the Prairie Gold Council, while Wes Bartlett was made a National Council Representative. SCHOOLS At Williamsburg, the school board 'has recently let contracts totaling $603,000 for a new junior and senior high school building and other construction. Saboths are the wooden shoes worn by Belgian peasants. 33 Prizes To Horsemen At West Bend Fete Several hundred horsemen and horse-lovers of northern Iowa enjoyed the colorful parade and horse show, sponsored by the Seneca Saddle Club at the West Bend Centennial Celebration, Friday afternoon, June 1. The grand entry was led by President Dave Lynch, followed by the banner bearers, Eddie and Edwin Stattelman; queen Ellen Witham and 65 colorful riders mounted on their beautiful horses and ponies. Pony pleasure — Randy Carlson: Ronald Herson and David Lynch; Pony race—Randy Carlson, Jimmy Ricky and David Lynch; Pony pleasure — David Ley, Tim Carlson and Ardcn Doocy; Pony race—Kenny Menke. Dean Gelhaus and Arden Doocy; palomino class — Gary Hersom, Barbara Hersom and Mike Ulicki; western pleasure- Sylvia Harms, Eddie Stattelman and Dave Lynch; stockhorsc class —Mike Ulicki, Eddie Stattelman and Dave Lynch: matched pair— Tuesday, June 5, 1956 Af0ond (la.) Upper BiS Mefoii-t Eddie and Edwin Stattelman, Barbara and Gary Hersom and Loren Bell and Bob Besch; musical chair --- Kenny Menke, Joe Simmons and Billy Menke; clover leaf—Dave Lynch, Eddie Stattelman and Edwin Stattel- man; pick-up race—Dave Lynch and Kennv Menke. Donny Doocy and Dean Gelhaus and Gerald Gires and Carl Elsenbast. Wood Ticks Numerou* Picnickers, fisherman, & ft d others venturing into wooded areas during the early-summer, weather are advised that "wood* ticks," like dandelions, are more u< ; prevalent this year. Children * should be examined for wood ticks on return home from pic* , nics, etc. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends IF IT'S NEWS — WE WAHf If If You Have The Lucky License Number BRADLEY BROS. SEE US NOW! GIVE CROPS A FASTER START PAYS OFF WITH BIGGER YIELDS Knock the weeds out of your growing crops with a Winpowe* Rotary Cultivator. The off-set "cross-cut" tooth action givei you greater soil disturbance and better cultivation. 'Break crusts, break, clods, pulverize the soil the way you like it. Crops grow faster — stay greener with this type of cultivation. Come and see for yourself how this tillage tool makes bigger* better crops. See the heavy-duty construction that will give you years of trouble-free service. Give your crops this faste"r, cleaner start with a WIN- POWER Rotary Cultivator. I "CROSS.CUT" ACTION KNOCKS OUT WCIDS See tht off-Mi "Ctou-Cut" tooth arrangement on (he Tint. Th»t't the secret ol better weedinf *nd cultivation. LEY BROS BB a • 1956 NASH RAMBLER! 1 • $389.00 COLLIER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA SET! • 2-WEEK TRIP FOR 2 TO RIOI . \( • 14-FT. OUTBOARD BOAT AND MOTORI • Trips for 2 to Rio de Janeiro • Collier's Encyclopedias • Thor Speedshops • Majestic Fireplaces • Voit Spearfishing Outfits • Waltco Fishing Kits • Bolsey-Flex Cameras, plus morer ZENDER'S GUARANTEES THREE LOCAL WINNERS ! 1st Prize: Beacon Globe Trotter Camera Outfit Worth $39.95, complete with camera, carrying case, flash attachment, bulbs, film, all in a beautiful case, plus a year's supply of film free. 2nd & 3rd Prizes: Choice of any Puritan Sport Shirt in The Store. MEMO TO: WIVES, KIDS AND THE WHOLE FAMLY! ENTER DAD IN THE "PURITAN" FATHER'S DAY FESTIVAL At ZENDER'S Come in, fill out an entry blank. Nothing to do or buy! See the wonderful local prizes on display in our store; Father's Day June 17 FOR THE CLOTHING GIFT DAD WILL APPRECIATE MOST I A Gift Worth Giving Is A Gift That Means More To Him ! Kuppenheimer Suits Interwoven Socks Pleetway Pajamas Clothcraft Suits Arrow Shirts Stetson Hats you're wonderful! NATIONALLY-KNOWN BRANDS OF QUALITY: Puritan Shirts Haggar Slacks Style-Mart Suits Champ Hats Hickok Jewelry Griffon Suits Regal Neckwear Arrow Hankies State-O-Mcine Robes Crosby-Square Shoes Huber Slippers GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE A ••Xawv^. .,-' . '' FAVORITE WAY TO PLEASE HIM »•- „ >**-••» *.* *

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