The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1956 · Page 10
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2-Alflona (to.) Upptr D« Moin« Tuesday, June 19, 1956 BftlOGES Dry as it has be*n. Delaware county lost sorr.e bridges recently as a result of rains. A number of bridges were washed out. UDM Cla&Uiffds fray \ Your Kossuth County FARM BUREAU Presents the Story of June Dairy Month "JUNE DAIRY MONTH" — as il is now known throughout ihe land—had its start in 1937. when National Milk Week was held November 14-20 for the purpose of enlarging markets for milk and ice cream. It was the first organized attempt on the part of the great Dairy industry to create a wider market for its products. This first attempt, back in 1937, was so successful thai ihe industry decided it should be repeated, but it was felt that a longer period should be observed. In 1938, the Dairy industry's special promotional period was called National Milk Week, but it was moved up to the summertime to coincide with the season of highest milk' production.' being held in that year from June 10 to July 10. Again'the campaign was emintfhily successful. To streamline ihe Dairy industry's annual campaign, and to make it a little easier to manage, it was then changed to cover the entire month of June in '1939, and in that year the now. familiar title "JUNE DAIRY MONTH" was first presented. All types of producers in the industry— from the dairy farmer to the processor and retailer — joined to make' June Dairy Month a memorable annual event, and it has become more of an "institution" throughout the ntaion each year. "JUNE DAIRY MpNTH" has been held in June every year s-ncc, and it is being celebrated now from coast to coast, in honor, of the nation's dairymen .and the outstanding products they produce. The Members of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau Back Every Effort to Bring Better Farm Practices and Better living to This Wonderful Area of Iowa. Kossuth County FARM BUREAU Convention For Rebekahs Held At Wesley Wesley — Rebckah lodges of this area held a convention in the IOOF lodge hall here June 12. with 33 women registered in the afternoon, over 50 at night. Supper was served the guests by tlu> Methodist women at the church. State president Bertha Wy- niuic of Rose Hill and viee-pres- ident Helen Nelson of 8ri.lt. Leone Wood bury and Irene Shult/. of Fort Dodge, gave talks. Other towns represented were Forest City. Algona, West Bend, Nora Springs and Des Moines. Local officers in charge were Olive Erdmun. president, Neva Robinson, secretary, also Esther Barton of Algona and Ellen Holmgren of Lone Rock. Janice and Joyce Paulson and Vura Graham provided music for the evening entertainment. A skit "Doctors Disagree" was given by Mesdames Olive Erdman, Marg Hemmingsen. D.'Loras Price, Esther Smith. Molly Johnson and Florence Young. Band At Festival Many Wesleyans attended the band festival in Mason City Tuesday, June 12. This was the Weslay band's first appearance in the parade as they have had uniforms for only the past two years. Janice Vitzlhum is the majorette. Julia Raney. the band queen and Donna Mae Bleich. Joan Kricps, Melissa Nygaard and Patty Wilson, baton twirlers. There are 30 members of the band. Wayne Pringle of Titonka is their instructor. All members of the band and many other Wesleyans accepted the invitation of Mrs Clo Hutchison for dinner or an evening snack at her home. She had extended an invitation to all Wesleyans. Patty Wilson and Diana Newbrough were' among a number 'of students treated for heat exhaustion at a Mason City hospital that afternoon. New Legion Officers At an American Legion meeting Wednesday evening. Art Plathe was elected commander, Joe Johnson, adjutant, Rudy Hauptman, vice commander, Ed Johnson, finance officer, and Dr. L. L. Pfefter, service officer. They voted to sponsor a Junior Legion baseball team. Tony Hildman of Bradgate was visiting friends and relatives here several days last week. He is employed in a grocery store i.n Humbolclt. The June meeting of the Wesley Wizards was held at Center school %vith Barbara Leek and Elaine Neuroth as hostesses. Demonstrations were given by Julia Wubben. Barbara Leek and' Mary Trunelle. Talks were given by Delores Gpetz. Mary Dimond and Nancy Tjaden. Marlys Goetz is now county historian having been elected on Rally Day. The girls made plans to go to Clear Lake' the last week in June. Mrs Joe Skow was a visiting mother. Mr and Mrs Robert Mitchell and daughter, Carla Jean, returned to their home at Leslie, Mich., July 9, following a two weeks visit at the parental Rev. F. A. Webb home. Mrs Will Halterman, Debra. Jean and Duane returned home June 10 from a month's visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Lou Clar.ton of Creston. Melvin Halterman remained to WOIK on a farm for an uncle. Mrs Al Wagner returned home last week from Denver, Colo. Her brother-in-law died while .-he was there several weeks. Mr and Mrs Willis Bohn and four sons of Mill Valley, Calif., are expected here soon for a visit at the parental Leo Bleich home. Bill Price is now the janitor at the Methodist church succeeding Dick Robinson. Carrie Engen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Engen left the forepart of the week for Des Moines, where she will work in • New Lady Borden Vienna Strawberry Ice Cream • it's melt-in-your-mouth strawberry ice cream whirled together with creamy vanilla ice cream! • it's extra -goocl because it's made with extra cream! C«t it where vou see th« Lady Borden ice cream si'n! a telephone office. les, Calif. Mrs Olive Erdman of Wesley and daughter Carrell Erdman. of Spencer, visited Mr and Mrs Pete Robinsfth at Corwith Juhe 10. Mrs George Ostercamp was brought home Wednesday from Britt hospital where ' she had surgery. Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough and three daughters returned last week from several days' vfs- it at the parental J. J. Anderson home at Agenda, Kansas. Mr and Mrs George Schmidt, Sheila and Srotty, of Phoenix, Arizona, came last week for a visit at the parental Hans Be^en- ktn home. The Lions held their June meeting June 13. There will also be only one meeting in July and August. The newly elected officers will have charge of the July meeting. They are Jack Lickteig, president, Burnett Bartley, sec- it'tary, Bill Koppen, tail twister and Halvor Flom, Lion tamer. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Del Rogness at the Britt hospital June 13. They have two other children. A baby boy was born June 10 to Mr and Mrs Wesley Beenken of Mason City, their first child. The Brownies met Monday, June 11. They lashed tables in the park, where they enjoyed their lunch. 'A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Aeilt Burma at the Britt hospital June 7 and has been named Larry. They also lave a son and a daughter. i A baby girl was born Tuesday, June 12 to Mr and Mrs Bud Studer of Mason City. This Js their first child. Mrs Ed Downs and Sylvia Ann attended the post-nuptial shower for Mrs Down's niece, Mrs Stanley Chapman. Nee Laurel Keich at Kanawha Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman left Tuesday for St. Paul, Minn., to spend several days at the home of their daughter Leona, the Herman Lyons. Catholic Missionary Society is sponsoring a public card party Wednesday afternoon, June 20, in the parish hall. Bill Koppen left Wednesday for a vacation at the Koppen cabin at Pequot Lake, Minnesota. He suffered a foot injury and is on vacation from his duties as rural mail carrier. Theron Hansen substituted for him as letter carrier. Mr and Mrs Pat Scanlin were Thursday overnight guests of his aunt. Mrs Viola Studer, and his grandmother, Mrs Jennie Luken. Mr and Mrs Scanlin' and children, Linda and Joe, recently arrived from Panama where he had been stationed. Mrs Percy Carlson was admitted to Britt hospital Tuesday morning for medical care. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen left Sunday for their cottage at Pequot Lake. Minn., for a week or ten clay's vacation. Mr Koppen is on vacation from government steel bin construction work. Mr and Mrs Roland Schmidt and four children of Garner are spenciing this week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Koppen. Another son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ervin Wiltgen of Algona spent the weekend at Pequot Lake. The Junior Legion baseball team defeated Britt in a game played her Tuesday evening, June 12. Coach Dennis Carlson is manager of the local team. A baby boy was born June 14 to Mr and Mrs Vincent Bernardo ul' Algona, their first child. Mr Bernardo commutes to his work at the Robinson Produce. Mr and Mrs Richard Mays and family of El Paso, Texas, and Mr and ivlrs Jim Lincoln and children of Grinnell are expected this week for a visit at the parental, Ihno Gerdes home. Invitations are out for the wedding of Ramona Reising, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Heising, and Lvle Huff, son of John Hulf and "the late Ethel Huff. The wedding is to be at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley June 28 at 9 a.m. Mr and Mis Will Martinek spent three days last week fishing at Silver Lake, Minn. Herman Aclolph and son Donald . of Richmond, Calif., came June 20 to visit hi.s .sister, Mrs Will Martinek and Mr Martinek, and relatives in Hartley. A tam- iiy reunion and picnic in their honor will be held Sunday in the Martinek home. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek attended a house warming tor her niece, Mrs Art Stankey and family, at Hartley recently. Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich, Donna Mae, Margaret Aim, booby and Dickie went to Lake Oku- boji Sunday to attend a mana- yei s meeting of Farmers Elevators in Iowa for throe days. Arthur Beenken attended a scconrj.- inan's meeting at the same place the past week, June 11 to 13. This is sponsored by the Farmeis htevatoi Service Company ut Iowa. Ah and Mrs L. L. Lease attoiul- id a miscellaneous bridal shuwei honoring Patricia Ekkardt at the Grace Lutheran church in Han- Itmtown. Wednesday evening, June 13. She will become the untie of Lowell Hall Sunday afternoon, June 24. m a chinch wedding at Hanlontown. Thursday evening the Leases attended a silver wedding anniversary paity for Mr and Mis Marion 6. Hall at which her sisters and In others were present for the evening. June 12 dinner guest.- at the Tom Becker home won- Mr Becker's two brothers, liev. Nick Meeker. OSB. of Granville. Rev. Luke Becker of Picne. So. Dak.. and then sisUi. Sister Mai-\ (;•.•!•: gine of Ml. Saint Fiaiu;-. Ijjbuque. and Falhii L. N Klein ul Wesley. AUct'iioim caller ucic their uncle, John KtlliKi ul St. -Benedict, and euusins, Mi> Matt Bunnan. M:.- Mike A: ndm U . . Mis Rcjiiian Tiiiil and Mi.- Aibe:t Bum-lull, all "1 St. Benedict. M: and Mis Kuyei Dauuii- Birthday Honor For Mrs Reding St. Joe—Mrs Nick Reding of Whittemorc was honored at a surprise birthday party in her homo on Wednesday evening when relatives and friends gathered to help her observe the occasion. The evening was spent nt cards and socially with a delicious lunch with birthday cako brought by the guests served. Mrs Redtng's birthday is on June 14th and she received a number of gifts. Those attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Cletus Reding, Fort Dodge, Mr and -Mrs Robert Reding, Algona; Mr and Mrs Henry Mueller and Mr and Mrs Peter Mueller from Whittemorc; Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, Mr and Mrs John B. Reding, Mr and Mrs George Wagner, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, all from here. Hospital Unit Holds Election Mrs L. E. L'innan was elected president of St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary, at the annual meeting held Tuesday, June 5, at the Country Qlub. She will succeed Mrs N. J. Kelley, retiring president. Other officers elected were Antoinette Bonnstetter, first vice president; Mrs Mark McGuire, St. Joe, second vice president; Mrs Eugene Cook, third vice president; Mrs James Kolp, recording secretary; Mrs H. W. Erickson, corresponding secretary; Mrs Al Agena, treasurer. New directors are Mrs Willard Steffan, Mrs Colleen Barry and Mrs Wm. Hamstreet, the latter of Titonka. Sister Mary Etheldreda, hospital superintendent, presented certificates in recognition of 50 hours service to Mesdames N. J. Kel- Icy, Daniel Bray, Joseph BradJey, Craig Smith, and the Misses JoSie McEvoy and Kathleen McEnroe. Sheila McEvoy, winner of the nursing scholarship, was introduced, and the main speaker was Fredcricka Wassenbefg. Bancroft Visitor* Mr and Mrs Moran Higley and sons, Billy and Ricky, spent the past weekend at the Bill Quinn home in Bancroft. Mrs Higley is the former Jeanne Quinn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Quinn. James Russell Lowell, the American poet, once served as U. S. Minister to Spain. 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