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Lone Rock Family Guests At U.S. Military Academy Lone flock -- Mr and Mrs Don Houck and Marjorie returned home Monday after spending ten days visiting Mrs Houck's brother, Leo Alitz, who is a wrestling coach at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. They attended the graduating exercise of concerts given by the U. S. A. Band and tJ.S.M.A. glee club and other events that took place during June week. They also spent some time in New York city and other points of interest. Birthday Surprise i Mrs Erich Seegebar'th entertained at a surprise birthday party Thursday evening for her husband, with the following " guests present: Mr and Mrs John Zalaznik of Algona, Mr and Mrs Harlan McFarland of Burt, Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus, Mr and Mrs James Long and Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig. The guests spent the evening playing court whist with Mrs W. G. Flaig and John Zal- aznik winning high prizes and Mrs Leo Ramus and Harlan Mt- Farland low. Lunch was served by the hostess. Circles To Meet The P.W.O. circles at Lone Rock will meet June 21, Thursday afternoon, at 2:30 at the following homes: Patsy \vith Mvs Jim Marlow and Mrs Dennis Priebe, assisting. Mvs E. A. Lee will have the lesson. Mary circle will meet with Mrs P. M. Christenson and Mrs Ronald Christenson assisting. Mrs Wm. Knoll will have the lesson. Esther circle will meet one week later, June 28th, with Mrs Maude tiianchard and Mrs Donald Blanchard assisting. Mrs Florence Schrader will give the lesson. Honored On Birthday Mrs Fred Genrich was honored at a birthday party Thursday afternoon at the Mary Flaig home. Guests besides the honoree were Mesdames Ruth Krueger, James Long, Rose Kraft, Mary Flaig, Maude Blanchard, Frank. Flaig and Jack 'Quinn; There was a gift exchange and secret pals were revealed. The ladies played five-hundred for entertainment and prizes went to Mary Flaig high, Frank Flaig low, Ruth Krueger door prize, Fred Genrich travel. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed. Thursday afternoon with her sister Mrs Kenneth Fischer at Bancroft. In the evening Mr and Mrs Hurlburt called at the Albert Richardson's in Algona. Susan and Paul Kramer of Minneapolis are spending several weeks-- with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer." Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends and Ilia Mae, Mr ' Mrs John Dix- P.W.b. Meeting A general meeting of the Lone Rock P.W.O. . was held Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs Clair Bellinger gave scripture and Mrs Frederick Schultz led in prayer. Mrs Ruth Krueger gave the treasurer's report. District .Social Education Sec'y'Mrs Jerry Heetland of Lakota will be a guest next month at the P. W. O. meeting. Mrs Art Person hud charge of the lesson. Ten dollars was donated to the Salvation Army Drive. Lunch was served to 24 members by the hostesses,' Mesdames Don Houck, Frederick Schultz, Charles Morris, CUur Bellinger, Donald Blanchard and A. A. Krueger. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schenck were Thursday evening supper guests at the Fred Genrich home. rhf supper was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Genrich and Mrs Schenck. Mrs Donald Blanchard is aj?a- tionl at Holy Family hospital at Esthervilre where she underwent surgery Friday morning. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family left Sunday for a vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mr Geitzenauer will attend a convention while they are there. Claude Whitehill of Algona, brother of Mrs Maude Blancliard, called on her Wednesday afternoon. Uev. and Mrs Bearse called on Mr and Mrs C. E. Householder Wednesday afternoon. Merwin Christenson attended the North Iowa Hereford sale at Mason City Monday. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow were Sunday dinner guests at the Adam \Vilhelmi home in El- aiKne in honor ot their son Claude wno received his first commun- DinntT guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus last Sunday ;n honor ot Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill and family, Colesburg, Iowa, who were vistm^ here, Mrs Wayne Mann of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Tom of Burt, Mr and Mrs Donald Krucuer and son of Sheldon and Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona. Sunday afternoon callers and supper guests ol Mr and Mrs Ralph C. Thompson were Mrs Anna Newbwugn of Humboklt, Mrs Richard Long and Bernard Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker ai'.d David all of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls called Thursday eve-.i- ing in buVeine at the Marlyn Bauman home. Friday altenuu.i! Mrs Bieistedt and girls visited at I lie Allwyn Lockwood home. Mr and Mrs C. J. Slander of Lancrot't were guests Sunday at tne Lawrence Geily.ciiaucr home. The occasion was Mrs SU.udcr > birthday and aUo Mark's eighth birthday. Sunaa.v afternoon and evening lon were 'callers Sunday evening at the Delamar Fischer home. Patty Person spent Sunday and Monday at home with her parents. She. is working at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and Cheryl Ann were guests Sunday at the parental Igmil Person home. Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter and daughter Barbara were callers Sunday evening at Ayrshire at the Robert Gappa home. Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Blanchard home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank of Swea City, Mrs Hilma Erickson, Swea City, and Mrs Maude Blanchard. ausan Blanchard spent Thursday overnight in Swea City with Mr and Mrs Elrner Frank, while her. parents attended graduating exercises at Mason City. Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig spent Sunday at Belmond with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family of Ottosen spent Sunday, afternoon with her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls visited Mrs Oria Hurlburt at the Pocahontas rest home Sunday afternoon. . • , Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen went to Ames Saturday for the graduation of Mrs Thomson's niece Barbara Dotty of Mason City who graduated from -Ames. J'liey* spent overnight with Mrs Boyd Maxwell at Maxwell, la. Mr and -Mrs Ronald Christenson and girls were supper guests at the Jess Blanchard home. Private John Elsbecker,' Fort Riley, Kansas, spent over the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. ElsbecKer. Sunday for dinner they were guests of the Marvin Lees of Algona. • Sunday evening guests at the Dick O'Donnell noine were Mr and Mrs Arthur Bierstedt of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner, Mrs Anna Bierstedt of Burt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Macumber and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and Georgia of Lone Hock. The occasion was the oirtnday of Mrs O'Donnell. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy and Rodney, Mr and Mrs noy .Jensen and Jamie^Jo enjoyed a picnic dinner at Fort Dodge ouncliy. Mrs Gerald Angus entertained for a birthday for her son Jerry UV-hftnoJ of his thi.rtcenth,,birth- 'd'ay^'last -Thursday aftefcnoon.' Guests were David vVeber, Roger and Donald Cherland, Jamie Jo Jensen, John Hovey, James Schmidt and Darryl Schmidt. 1? County 4-H Boys Going To Short Course Seventeen boys from Kossuth County will attend the annual State Boys' 4-K "Club Short Course oh the campus of Iowa State College, June 19 through 21st, Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant, announced this week." Boys who \fill attend the event are: Donald Froehlich, Algdna c3ub; Eugene Tigges, Burt club; Kevin Thofson, Eagle club; Billy Jentv., Fenton club; Philip Fisher, Jr., Garfield club; Arnold Klockc, Grant club; Mark Bernhard, Greenwood club; , Dav!d Erickson, Lotts Creek club; Darryl Sparks, Portland club; Billy Mullins, Prairie club; James McCarthy, Ramsey club; Thomas Reding, St. Joe club; • Jerry England, Seneca club; Robert Wiskus, Swea - Harrison club: Hsnry Thilges, Union club; Ernest Carlson. Wesley club and Roger Dreyer, Fenton club, and who is county president. Accompanying the delegates to the short course are the Swea- Harrison 4-H club leade.r, Cecil Thoreson and Johnson. The short course program will be based on the theme, "Mapping My Future Plans." Boys attending will get help in vocational exploration. They will see demonstrations and exhibits flri new developments in agriculture, and will be assigned to one of four groups to study In rotation the question, "Is your future in farming?^ agriculture off the farm? "the professions of trade? industrial occupations?" Alice Walsh, Philip Garry Wed At Bancroft, 16th u-n- ot Hi. v.'and Mrs C. E. dine wcM't- Mrs Matilda Nomui ul Albert City and Mr and Mi _, Mclvin Nortltne and laniily oil. Giund L-land, Neb. Mrs Clara Ahirh'\v ol Burt u as a Saturday * up pel JJULJI at tin- 1 Kiu-h Sue^barth iKHiH'. M- and Mu- Gerald L.oa.im and tanuly ...i Forc-t L'nyj.nd Mi n Ltiui.-f Guddcn wurc 1 dav tvciunK ^upper guc.^t., liu,,u, ot Mi- and Mr, n-muiu C'l.'-isU-n.-uii ..nd lunii y. Mr and Mi> Juhu Bull ni Ma^.m Citv wi-:v Siuuluv dinner gi,.-sts lt t 'the B.rnaid Milk-,- nouK 1 Mr and Mr.s \Ynin.'U Hudig and David" '-P L11 U | M.jnda.\ after!HM.:i \l'< .hinicu Hurl bui I »pt-nl Swea Cityan Weds Fairmont Girl June 9 Swea City — Joyce Riegel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis W. Riegel of Fairmont, Minn., became the bride of Duane Swanson, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Swanson of Swea City, in a double-ring 'ceremony at St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church in Fairmont at 7:30 p.m. June !). Rev. Joseph Meyer performed the eeremony in the presence of 200 guests. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore lace and net over white taffeta, in wnltz- leni*lh. Her finner-tip-k'ngtli veil fell from a seed-pcai'l-embmid;.'! - eci coronet and she wore pear! earrings, a gift of the ^rooin. She carried a white prayer Ixvik with pink miniature rosebuds and rosebud streamers. The maid of honor was Marlene Cole and bridesmaids were Carolyn Swanson and Barbara Peterson, itJl of Fairmont. The flower girl was Vina Lynn Marquart of Fairmont. Kirk Vo^en of Fairmont was ring bearer. Ushers were John Riegel and Roger Larsen ol Fairmont, Marshall Swanson of • Armstrong .'-erved liis brother as best man. anci groomsmen wore Dun Larsen of Fairmont and Kenneth Peterson of Swea City. Fi'llowuij; t'ae eeremony a re- eeption for 150 quests was held in the chureh social rooms. Mi>. Elvin Larsen and Mrs Dillard Bishop oi Swea Citj^ poured. hilaini 1 Tii. ill 1 and ivuie Kie^e! presided al the punch b"wl. Mr.- 1 Wi'ltcr Mai quart and Mr.s Oiol VnUiMi cut the cake and Elaine Streit 'had charge of the guest book. Helen DuilMnan, Dai lea- Eilj;e and Lucill, 1 LancKteiner h:ffi eluuye ot tin. 1 yitl table. The brid.-, a graduate of Faii- iniHil high ,-chool, plans to con- liuiie her work in the offices ni • Kiln-.;,!! ami Kdmau, attoriV'.vs | Tin' hvidc'^room, a graduate of City hirfh school, recently received his discharge from the U-S. Nav.\, Alter a wedi.lmji trip tu noiihci'n Minnesota the couple will he ;,1 li.'inc in Fairmont. Robert Rusher Of LuVerne Weds LuVerne—In a service in the Epwcrth Method'ist Church, Fort Dodge, 10 a.m. Saturday, June 9. Garnito Grouse, daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Shipmann, Fort Dodge, was united in marriage to Robert Rusher, LuVerne, son of Mr and Mrs Ezra Rusher of Des Moines. The service was read by the Rev. Warren S. Paige in the presence of relatives and friends. Mrs Daniel Johnson, Fort Dodge, organist rendered the nuptial music including the wedding marches and played "Because." Attending the couple were Mr £»nd Mrs Lawrence Henry, Fort Dodge, cousins of the bridegroom. Bridesmaids were Karen Shipmann, sister-in-law of bride and Geraldine Gregory, LuVerne, Iriend. Groomsmen were. JSailin and Burdette Shipmann of Fort Dodge, brothers of the bride. The bride was attired in a ballerina length nylon and net gown with net jacket. Her illusion net blue veil was held in place by a band of daisies. Her bouquet was multi-colored peonies. A reception was held at the farm home of the bridegroom, northwest of LuVerne where the young couple ars at home. BSftcfbfi ~- Miss Alice Walsh, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh, became the bride of Philip Uan'y, son of Mr arid Mrs Thomas Gfcrry, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. Father J. H. Schultes in St. John's Catholic Church, June IBth. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was beautifully gowned in a white .floor length gown. Her veil was short in style and of white net held in place with a white crown. Her bouquet was red roses. Her attendents, Miss Patricia O'Donnell and Miss Louise Garry were dressed identically in blue ballerina length gowns. Each wore a blue picture nat. Their bouquets were ol pastel carnations. The groom and his attendents. Thomas and Jack Garry wore black trousers with white dinner jackets. Ushers were Jack Hatten and Chuck McNertney. Mrs Walsh, mother of the bride, wore a navy dress with white corsage and Mrs Garry, mother of the groom, was attired in a biege dress with pink corsage. A reception and dinner were held in St. John's Hall after the ceremony. The couple are both graduates of St. John's School and ' Mrs Garry has been teaching in Burt this past year. New Baptist Preacher Rev. L. L. Robinson and family are now residents of Bancroft and Rev. Robinson has taken over as pastor of the Baptist Church here. They moved here from Denver, Colo. Rev. Robinson is a graduate of the University of Colorado and completed his- seminary at Northwestern Bible School at Minneapolis. Whittemore Aid Host, June 28, Burt, W-Bend •,' Whittemore — St. Paul's Lutheran Aid met Thursday afternoon. Election of officers for 1956 and 1957 took place. Mrs William Meyer Jr. was elected president; Mrs Theodore Bierstedt, vice president; Mrs Fred Ruhnkc, secretary; and Mrs Mel- V.in Roeber, treasurer. -It was a'pso voted on to entertain the liadies Aid Society of Peace Lutheran church at West Bend and St. John's Ladies Aid of Burt, Thursday, June 23. Birthday Parly A number of relatives of Mr Richard Farrow of Sauk Center, Minn, spent the week visiting at the John Farrow and McGuire family here. A reception honoring Rev: Leon'ard Robinson and family, new pastor at the Baptist church who came here from Colorado, was held in the Church parlor Tuesday evening. Mrs Bess Peterson returned from Minneapolis where she underwent major surgery. Mr? Peterson has been staying with 'her children while in Minneapolis. _ Kenny Bergman, son of Mr and i gfcna. Mrs Lawrence Bergman received and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona gathered at their home Thursday evening to help Mrs Ollom celebrate her birthday. < Present 'were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur He>- denwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meysr, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, and Mrs Ruth Schult/: and Tranddauj?hter Debrn Schultz. all of Whittemore, Mrs Lil Smith of Bartlett. 111., and daughter Mrs Audrey Ramp and son Clark, of LaPorte, Ind.,* Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt and Rosella Voigt of Algona. Voigt Reunion A Voigt reunion was held al the home of Mrs Margaret Wagner last week Sunday. Among those who were present were Mr and Mrs Wade Hansen and family and Mrs Elsie Hanson of Al- g<t>na, Mr and Mrs William Schwanke and Mr and Mrs Al Sch- arrf of Cedar Falls, Mr and .Mrs Arthur Mathers and daughter, Arlene of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, and Mr and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, of here, Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and fam*- held at the Academy hall,Sufv day afternoon in honor of Shirley Kliegl. Many relatives and friends from the surrounding towns were present The afternoon was spent playing cards. Mrs Gerritt Fogerty of Emmetsburg won high, Mrs Pean Elbert, low and Mrs Henry Haag door pry-.e. Miss Kliegl will be 'married to Charles Berte of St. Joe in St. Michael's Catholic church Wednesday, June 20. , Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Mr and Mrs Erwin Struecker, Mrs Walter Struecker and son Marvin and daughter Lola, and Mr and Mrs' Richard Struecker attended the wedding and reception of Eklora Kitchenmaster and Ger- harl Sirik last week in Luverne, Minn. Mr and. Mrs Earl Schmitt and sons, Mrs Agnes Pearce, and Mr and Mrs Joseph Schmitt, visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Don Sylvester in Sioux City. M. R. Hurley of Elkader arrived at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brfen Friday. Mrs Hurley who had spent the past week here and at Mapleton, returned home with him Sunday. Other visitors at the O'Brien home last week were Mrs Pat Barry of Danbury, Mrs Earl Barry and son Bernard of Mapleton, and Mrs Catherine O'Brien of Whittemore. • Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher accompanied Mr and Mrs Einil Schumacher of Fenton to Clark, S. D., Tuesdav morning, where: they visited at the home of Mi rind Mrs Bert Sherman and family. Mrs Sherman is the former Viola Schumacher. They returned home Friday evening. Tuesday, June 19, 1936 Mgono (la.) Upp*r 0«i ,,« . _ _.., . i . , _Jt.. • .. • .JJ.AM-. ._ - - *» They also reported that there >toa.-? H down pour ot rS.ih of 2 1 /fe inches in the Clark area, Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Joe 'Nordseth left Friday morning to" spend the weekend in Sioux Falls, S. D., with friends and old neighbors. Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer am) family moved to Crystal Lake. Minn, where Mr Meyer has been employed as lineman since May 1. They leased their home in the west part of town to Mrs Margaret Wagner. Mrs Lil Smith of Bartlett, 111. and daughter Mrs Audrey Ramp and son Clark of LaPorte, Ind. arrived here Thursday at the Herman Voigt home and will visit with other relatives for two weeks. Mrs Marnie Kuecker, who- is making her home with'her son- in-law, Mr and Mrs George Maalis. has not been well of late and is under the doctor's care. Immediate families of Mr and Mrs George Meyer congregated at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Gylinder, Sunday evening, for a family reunion. Present were Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs William OStwald and daughters. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family of Rodman, and Mr and Mr? Eldon Fehr and daughter of West Bend, Billy and Alice Bruhn, son and daughter of the Erwin Bruhn's. Mildred Mogler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler, was chosen as Miss Whittemore by the high school band, and was among the 125 csmdtdsies for 1M tide of Miss North lows -ttl %0s Iowa land festfv& 'in Tftmoti City, June J2., ., In a special v«te -last Week on the proposed purchase of a home for the ".school superintendent only 91 votes, were cast 50 against and 4l .for buying a home. They now»will haVe to find a suitable home for the new superintendent who arrives here July 1; from Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Earl filbert and daughter Barbara and Mrs Leo Walters left last week Saturday evening for Evanstoh. 111., where they visited at the home of the letter's son, Mr and Mrs Durwood Walters. They, also attended the funeral of Mrs Catherine Hamahan in Chicago, who. was an aunt of Mrs Earl Elbcrt. They brought, home the new Mercury which their son had just recently purchased before he was 1 killed il.v of Rolfe, and Mr and Ewald Voigt and family of Al 40fh Anniversary, Livermore Folks L-ivermore— Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday ai their farm home. It was sponsored by their children. All of their children were home for the occasion. They are Ted Underberg of Ottosen, Mrs I. M. Olson of Bode, Mrs Robert Fple.y o! Livermore., Kenneth of Livermore. Mrs Robert Pfaff of Iowa City, Mrs Dwain Benge of Brad- gale, Mrs James Noonan oi Eagle Grovo, Irvin of Swaledalc i>ru*. George of San Monica, Cal. Over a hundred and twenty- five called during the afternoon and evening. Lunch was served during the afternoon and evening. The ehildren presented their parents with a lovely floor lamp. They received many other sit'U and tlowt'is. DESK BLOTTERS, 19 x 24 and 2-1 x 3?.. in several colors. Upper Des Moines Office Supply Dept., Aluona. 5tfn « badly bruised foot when he apparently got it caught between the cultivator and tractor Saturday morning. •Walter Renger, who is stationed with the navy in California, is spending 'a vacation with 1 -his father Arthur Renger. /Thomas Renger, also of California, / is spending the week here with his father. Mrs Harold Hundley and family are spending their vacation, with relatives in Lockwood, Kan. LuVerne Baby Under Oxygen LuVerno—Mr and Mrs Herbrrl Kaiser took their daughter Mary Ann back to Iowa City University hospital, June 5, when her condition became criticial and she was placed under oxygen. The baby suffering with a heart condition since birth was privileged to observe ' her first birthday, June 1, -with her parents and sister. She remains in serious condition. The State Legislature of Iowa meets every two years, in January. Meetings are on the odd years. 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