The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1956 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1956
Page 9
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J JIM 5,1956 ShMey Shipler Dairy Maid the Kossuth Farm Bureau Young People met May 16 at the Farm Bureau office with 49 members present. Barbara Haggard spoke on "Becoming Established As A Full Fledged Citizen." David Seiler was selected to at- teftd state leadership camp. Shirley Shipler was selected to represent the club in the Dairy Maid Contest. The Farm Bureau Young People sponsored a bake sale May 19th at Hood's. The annual spring banquet was held May 14th at the Burt Methodist church. Mrs George Pallefo was guest speaker. Mrs Rieken Of Burt Winner, Wiltgen Drawing Mrs Dorothy E. Rieken, Burt, was the grand prize winner in the recent Wiltgen Jewelers sweepstakes contest, which provided the final winner of the drawing with a choice of $100 in merchandise from the store, or a mystery package of an undetermined value from $25 to $500. Mrs Rieken elected to choose the $100 in merchandise, and her selections were a Buloya clock radio and a Bulova ladies wrist watch. The contest held at the Wilt- gren Jewelers store here, dr-ew more than 5,000 entries from a wide ajea. Howard Schoby Radio interview To Be June 12 Mr and Mrs Howard Schoby, Bode, will soon be guests on the "Let's Go Visiting" farm interview program carried by tape recording over many radio stations . The Schoby interview can be heard in this area from Station KCIM, Carroll, Tuesday, June 12, 1956, at 7:30 a.m. and from Station WHO, Des Moines, the same day at 12:15 p.m. To show What a typical Hawkeye farm represents in our American farm picture, Med Maxwell interviews on this broadcast Mr and Mrs Howard Schoby ol Bode. Throughout the country, farmers listening to this Iowa story are given a good opportunity to make comparisons between their own farms and the Schoby farm to decide what state in the United Stales is the best farming state in the union. TRAPPER Near Grundy Center, 13-year- old Betty Henze has shown that she is a pretty good trapper. Recently she collected $8 in bounties for four foxes and has also trapped nine possum. Luke Aswegan of Fern is still the champion Grundy county fox trapper, however, with 33 for this year. Aigona Couple's Son Is St. John's U. Grad Fr. Aurelius Burns Frater Aurelius .Burns, Order of St. Benedict, shown here, son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Burns of Aigona, graduated May 30 from St. John's University at Collegc- ville, Minn. He received his B. A. in philosophy during exercises which marked the 99th gradual* ing class from that school. Frater Aurelius graduated in 1951 from St. Cecelia's Academy here,, has had five years of college work, including the first two in seminary, and will enter the study of Theology in September, He was one of 101 graduates, including 17 in the Qrder of St. Benedict and 22 who were commissioned in the army, who received degrees. Fr. Aurelius served as an acolyte during the Pontifical High Mass, which wnS read by Rt. Rev. Baldwin Dworschak, president of the university. Other events during thfe day included a Ccmmumdn breakfast for graduates and their families, lawn concert, academic procession and commencement exercises. Attending from Aigona, besides Mr and Mrs Burns, were Mr and Mrs Al Boekelman and Mr and Mrs Ed Skilling. Mrs Boekelman and Mrs Skilling are sisters of Frater Aurelius. Charleston, S..C. was the scene of a violent earthquake on August 31, 1886,' which killed many and made thousands homeless. Receives Award For Year's Work Allen Hidlebaugh, soil scientist with the U. S. Soil Conservation Service, was recently awarded a "Work Performance Award" for outstanding production the past year. Hjdlebaugh, whose office is in the Aigona post office, has been making soil conservation surveys since 1951 in Kossuth, Winnebago, Hancock and one or. two additional counties. Cited in the award was the making of major portion of the conservation survey for nine counties the past year as well as training Ronald Ault, student trainee, assisting the preparation of a standard soil survey in Humboldt County and speaking before numerous groups on soils in the area. The award was given in the amount of $75.00. DANDELIONS Mrs Irene Wilcox of Adel spent a busy afternoon digging dandelions. She put them in paper bags, for Mr Wilcox to take to the dump. 4-year old Tommy Wilcox found the dandelions, and using his toy tractor and digger he put all the dandelions back in the ground, covered them and soaked them with the garden hose. They grew fine. L. E. Waterman invented the first fountpin pen. Wed Recently At Burt Mr.5 Robert Angus was matron of honor. Sue Ellen Reimers was flower girl and the bridegroom was attended by his brin ther, Ronald Miller. Bur! — St. John's Lutheran Church in Burt was the scene Sundciy afternoon, May 20, for the wedding of Miss Lynda Ann Rash, daughter of Mrs Jessie Rash, and Da-vid Dean Miller, son of Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller, all of Burt. l*he newlyweds are shown above. Rev. E. L. Wittkopp performed the double ring ceremony. Joan Meyer's, cousin of the bridegroom, sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Elizabeth Radig, who aiso presented the nuptial music. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, John Rash, wore a white satin gown fashioned in floor length princess style, topped with a lace bolero which had long pointed sleeves. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion fell from a satin head dress trimmed with pearls. Her bridal bouquet was of pink and white carnations, ribbon and lace and she carried a kerchief with hand knit lace. Her necklace was a gift of the bridegroom. Emergency Operation Whillemore — Marcellus Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Kpllasch, who is stationed at San Diego, just recently underwent an operation in the U. S. Naval hospital for an acute appendicitis from which he was released in ten clays. He stated that his cou^ sin, Mark Kollasch, and Maurice Bormann and several from Whittemore are stationed in the San Diego vicinity. Robert E. Lee, the Confederate General, graduated from West Point in 1829. Tire Free If You Have The Lucky License Number BRADLEY BROS. Thri hopping Tips . . . FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . . •DRUG S ^f JEWELRY 73A^4O*u<^> &IXM-U9 •••'• £L. ff- 4.S-£fL g^r NO-BITE RCPCLLCNT frovt* protection lor hours from: • Chlffm • Black Flit* • Sand Film • Gnat* • FlM» CisytoipptyfrMim. breakabli plistic dot- tit. 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