The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 11
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. . AROUND ALGONA' ' Mr and Mrs Ed Skilling and Mr and Mrs Vern Burns spent Hie Memorial Day holiday at St. Cloud, Minn. Bill Barlleli, ll year old son of Mr and Mrs Wesley Bart.le.tt, has been very ill with measles. He is recovering nicely. »y Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw had as their guests Tuesday. Mr Clarence Christophersnn and son, Don, of Good Thunder, Minn. —o— . Mr and Mrs Merle Pralt and three sons of Fairmont. Minn, spent Memorial Day here with Mr and Mrs Milton 'Dahl. —o— Ira Kohl and son, David, spent several clays last week on a fishing trip to Cass Lake, Minn. They caught their limit the first clay so they returned home sooner than they had planned. The members of the AlgOna Volunteer Fire Department with their wives and children are having a picnic tonight, (Tuesday) at the fairgrounds. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster have as their guests Mrs Foster's brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs J. W. Foster, of Long Beach, Calif. The visitors arrived Thursday. They are former residents of Ankeny and will also spend some time there. —o— Barbara, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. F. Colwell, was four years • old Saturday and her mother gave a birthday party for her. Guests were Cindy Stephenson, Debby Pecoy, David Bilyeu, Jane Potter,' Emily Ott, Julie Hardgrove and Patty Peterson. Virginia Hardgrove and Martha Gilbert were measles victims and thus unable to attend. For Father on His Day Sunday MAKE IT A * Ktmo/ni Wof«'pi-oof «»»n orltf rtpalr. If wrvfctd b» QaolifitJ Mfdo ;.w»l.ri. ran* FAMOUS BRANDS FAMOUS VALUES >^—•«•«•* TO STORES x *v. <• NEED COMPLETE . SELECTIONS AT CO4ST-TO-CO4STI STORES, NOW.' FROM JOHNSON'S WAX Cleans at ft Poflshtt AUTO-PASTE /st). m » v^ New J-Wax save* hours of pre- eleaning, gives surest, fastest way to genuine all weather protection for your car. CAR-PLATE CLEANER ( f PINT 98 V^ Removal rood film, great* and grime at well at dead paint before op- plying Car-Plate. 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Memorial Day they were visited by another brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs Ray Hobson, and daughter Alice, of Marcus. Mr and Mrs W. F. CollXrell-en- tertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the fourth birthday of their daughter, Barbara. Guests were the maternal grandmother, Mrs O. G. Day, of Clarion, and Mrs Culwell's sister and brother- in-law, Mr and Mrs Merle Bruhl and four daughters of Klemme. Mr and Mrs Le-.vis Ferguson and Mrs W. K. Ferguson are in Furl O:id::e today where Mrs Lewis Ferguson is taking examinations prior to becoming a United States eiti/en. She is a native oi Germany. B. P. Richardson and Mrs James Whitte- moiv will be her witnesses. The Fergusons will be guests nf Mi and Mi> John Ferguson lor dinner. Mr and Mrs W. M. Geering are leaving Saturday for Clearwater. Kansas, where they will spend 10 clays with their son-in-hr.v and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Everett Black and family. They will be accompanied by Marilyn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert BlarR. Upon conclusion of their visit Hie Oeering.s will bring (heir granddaughters, Mary Ann nncl Pp.uln, to Algona wifli them for visit. Mrs. Jacob Michaelson's Rites-Held Near Hardy Livermofe — for Mrs Jacob passed away at pilal in Fort morning .-ifter a was held Thurs. Trinity Lutheran Hardy. Rev. Olaf Funeral services Michelson, who the Mercy hos- Dodge Tuesday lingering illness afternoon at the church near O. Brandt officiated. Burial took place at the Trinity Cemetery. Pallbearers were M i 1 f o r d Knudson, Irvin Nelson, Andrew En.jo, Kenneth Michelson, Marshall Michelson and John Holland. During the services Mrs Clarence Westre and Mrs Myron Westre sang a duet and the Rev. Brandt was soloist. Miss Racheal Mandsager was accompanist. Mrs Lloyd Lenning, Mrs Orric Jensen and Mrs Orville Nervig were in charge of the flowers. Mrs Michelson is survived by her husband , an adopted daughter Dorothy Hayes of Chicago, 111., two brothers and six sisters. Selmer Michelson and Mrs Lewis Ramsing of Hum'boldt, Mrs John Holland of Ame,s, Mrs Mons Evey of Goldfield, Mrs Osmund Knulsen and Mrs Osburne Johnson of Dakota City and Adolph Michelson of Toledo, Ohio. Memorial Day Program Decoration Day services were held Wednesday morning. The soldiers and the band marched on Main street at nine o'clock. The band played three selections. An address was given by Father P. M. Sturm. Following the address the band, soldiers and flower girls marched to the school house, then went to Mount Calvary Cemetery, the Union Cemetery and St. Joseph Cemetery. Mrs Dennis Behounek and Mrs Harold Gronbach were in charge of the flowers girls. The girls were Carol and Phyllis Gronbach, Judy and Karen Zeimet, Sharon Fox, Sharon Stod- dcird, Beverly Tidelich, | Patty Gronbach, Patty McGee, Mary Kay Lenertx and Carol and Linda Wilson. The tops were played by Joe Madsen and the echo by Delmar Smith. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes, Mrs Alvin Berte, Mrs Raymond Berte and Mrs Cletus Streit attended a miscellaneous shower at the Academy in Whittemore Sunday afternoon in honor of Shirley Kreil of Whittemore, who will be married June 20th to Charley Berte of St. Joe at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Henry Monson, Mr and Mrs Harold Thul and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Ber- gurrt and son, Mr and Mrs Ed. Henderson and family of Humboldt and Jean Monson of Humboldt, Verma Monson and Kermit Knutsen spent the day Sun- at Lost Island. In they enjoyed a fish the Harold Thul clay fishing the evening supper at home. Mrs Kate Wednesday Oscar and Collins visited from until Sunday with Ida Riley at West Bend. While there she attended the Centennial and was fortunate enough to win a vacation trip to Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Herman Gronbach and Mr and Mrs Art Vuudt attended a picnic supper Sunday evening at the Ray Bivwn farm. John and Ed Bruning and Uernadine Bruning of Wesley were Sunday visitors at the James and Margaret McBreen home and the Mrs Rose Nelson home. Virgil Boyd and son of Chicago, 111. spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs Gervrude Boyd. Florence Altman of Outwood. Ky. and Lena and Pete Altman and Sharon Lenortz were Wednesday dinner and supper guests at the John Erpelding home near Whittemore. They als<> called at the Martin Frieders Thank You... I Wish To Thank Everyone Who Supported My Candidacy For Office, Past and Present. HENRY S. SCHEPPMANN Kossuth Supervisor, 1st District 1RVINGTON Thank You from Ralph Lindhorst For Your Wonderful Support in Monday's Election. I will attempt to continue m/ duties as Sheriff to the best of my ability. home at. Whittemore. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes and Mrs Cletus Streit visited friends in Algona Friday. Donald Smith, son of Mrs Johanna Smith, received his first degree towards the priesthood Saturday at the Seminary in Dubuque. He arrived home to spent the summer. Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou of Tucson, Ariz, have arrived for a visit here with thesr daughter, Mrs Richard Sawyer and family. From here they will go to Stillwater, Minn, where they will ''pent sometime at their cabin. Charles and Matt Marso of Los Angeles, who have been here visiting their sister, Mrs Frank Cox left Friday for Cedar Rapids where they will visit at the home of their cousins. Larry Stiltz, who is stationed at Chicago, 111. spent the weekend here with his wife and son at the Ernest Logue hprne. They also visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz. Mr and Mrs Paul Robinson and daughter, Margaret and Mrs Ted Jennings and two sons of Miller, South Dakota were visitors last week at the Kenneth Howard home. Mrs Robinson is a sister to Mrs Howard. Miss Florence Altman, who spent the past month here called | by (he illness and death of hoi- sister, Anna Altman left Saturday for Ontwood, Ky., where she is employed. Guests Friday afternoon at the Alvin Lenertz home were Mr and Mrs Vernard Marso of Pierre, i S. D., and Mrs Marso's sisters from Mitchell, S. D. and California. Mrs August Paulson was hostess to the Delta Dek Club members Friday afternoon. Auction bridge was the afternoon's enter- j tainment. Prizes were awarded I to Mrs Jessamine Miller. Mrs Gale Berryhill, Mrs Joe Sandeis. Mrs Edna Bowes and Mrs Will Slock of Des Moines. Mrs Edna Bowes and Mrs Slock were guests. Mr and Mrs Otto Andersen visited Sunday with Mr Andersen's brother-in-law, Paul Paulson of Sac City, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge following a car accident Saturday May 26th. Mr and Mrs James Meurer and family of Lakota were Memorial Day visitors at the Jerry Stiles home. , Mrs Bess Devine is visiting at the home of her son, Robert Devine and family in Omaha, Neb. She went to attend the- graduation of her granddaughter rtosemary Devine, and visited her sister in Council Bluffs. .Mr and Mrs Dave Fisher received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Fisher of Titonka at a Buffalo Center hospital. The Fisher now have a son and two daughter. Mr Fisher is the son of Mr and Mrs Dave Fisher. Mr and Mrs Eugene Sweeney and daughter of Britt visited Decoration Day with her mother, Tuesday, June 12, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mo!ne«-'3 Mrs Jessie Olson and her sinter, Mrs Guy Raney and with Pete and Florence Sweeney. Muir Glacier, in Alaska, with an area of 50 square miles, is the largest glacier in the world. It is named for John Muir, an early Alaskan explorer. INJURED Mrs Ted Feekes, Sheldon, was severely injured recently when she fell into a power saw which her husband was operating. Shu received severe cuts to her upper arm, thigh and chest, but is recovering. 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