The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1956 · Page 2
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2-Algona (fa.) Upp«r D*$ Maine* Tuesday, June 26, 1956 Wesley Boy, 12, Cracks Knee In Fall From Pony A N Uk?-tx t<j. e-g. He was office and i;il, Mason put *»n hss «.:;;v and J P. ihe makers. S U£« 5"«.:iT;s-;r.iV:k -.vho leaver ? ?-:F >«r new home in Zum- V Msc.r... \VA? honored at a V.ti party \;i '-.»•;• homo Mon- ^jjerRvw:* by 2'2 neighbors friends, Mrs Funnemark honored at a farewell f«st FrUi«y morning at the Hauptman farm home, by Wesley township home- New Arrival A four pound. 9 ounce baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Wilbur Monson Tuesday morning. June 19 at the Osteopathic Clinic at Algona. He has been named James Paul. Pic has two brothers. Ronnie and Duane. Mother and infant son were brought home Wednesday. Mildred Schaffer. sister of Mrs Julius Monson, is helping out at the Wilbur Monson home. Visitors From Wyoming Mr and Mrs Ray Studor and sons of Casper, Wyo. spent Friday June 15 with his sister Emma Studer and other relatives. They had been to N. Prague. Minn., where they attended the wedding of a niece, and to Minneapolis, where they visited Mr Studer's mother. At Whiitemore Wedding Mr and Mrs Vincent Cruise. Edward, Mary. Kathleen, Billy and Micky and Mr and Mrs Art Bleich, Patty. Bonnie. Louis and G\ven attended the wedding at. St. Michael's Catholic church at WhiUemore Thursday morning, of the women's niece, Shirley Kliegl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Kliegl of Whiitemore and Charles Berto, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bertc of St. Joe. Edward Cruise was an usher. The Wesleyans also attended the wedding dinner and reception. Mary Cruise was one of the table-waitresses. The young couple will live on his farm near St. Joe. Card Party Held At the public card party held in the St. Joseph parish hall Wednesday afternoon June 20 Lucille Nelson won high score pri/e in bridge and Mary Rockwood. low- score prize. In 500 Mrs Regina DOCIT of St. Benedict and Mrs George Sheridan won high and low score prize. Lunch was served by Mary Weber, Francis Weber, Anna Hirner and Mildred Martin. Another card pajrly will be held on Wednesday, July 25. The Society will meet Wednesday. July 11. Mr and Mrs Mike Flom and Roger went to Des Moines Friday to get their daughter Sandra, a student nurse at Methodist hospital. She will spend her vacation here. Mr and Mrs John Dilg and farmly of Chicago came Thursday to spend the summer months in the home they purchased from the late Mrs Tillie Hildman estate. Dinner guests at the Leo lining home June 17 included Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayer, Mr and Mr.-; Bill Mayer of St. Benedict and Wednesday & Thursday is here... with all its magnificence and all its might! WARNER BROS. PRESENT IT IN CINEMASCOPE AND WARNERCOLOR COMING SUNDAY FOR 3 DAYS ! Alfred Hitchcock's "THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH' James Stewart — Doris Day 10c ONLY 1 A Ride For Kids Under 12 at the American LEGION CARNIVAL AIGONA, IOWA Fairgrounds Tues., Wed., Thurs. JUNE 26, 27, 28 AH New Modern Rides Including Boats In Real Water Everyone Come And Have Fun ! Mr nnd Mrs Lou Goctz. i Stanley Hanig came Wednesday to spend a furlough at his parental, Leo Hanig hoinfe. He came from Fort Sill, Okla. Mr and Mrs Otto Henderson spent the June 24 weekend willi his sister. Mrs Galon Spurgeun of Bloomtield. Mrs Joel Pierce and children of Dallas. Texas, spent last week with her parents. Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith. Rebekahs served supper to Archer Oil Agents convention in the I.O.O.K. Hall Thursday evening. June 21. \\ill Clement of Iowa City spent the June 17 weekend at the H. C. Bauer home. He took home his wife, the former Marlene Rauer. She had spent a week here at the. parental home following her graduation in Liberal Arts from Ihe University of Iowa. Teddy Pfeffer, young son of Mr and Mrs Ed Pfeffer of Des Moines. i£ visiting at the home. of Ins uncle and aunt, Dr> and Mrs L. L. Pfeffer and family. Steven Wellik, 8 year old son of Mr and Mrs George Wellik of Britt spent several days last week at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer. Mary Wellik. 6 years old, had spent several days with relatives here. Mrs Joan Johnson, now of Britt, entertained the contract bridge club Monday evening, June 11. This concluded their parties till in the fall. ( The Mary Circle met at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Olive Erdnum was elected president and Jean Kraus, re-elected secretary and treasurer. Mrs Erciman had charge of the devotion and Dorothy Haltennan had the son. Mrs Ardella Bruns and Shirley Bruns of Mitchell, S. D. were Tuesday guests at the Dwight Bruns home. The Brownies are planning a day camp to be held at Call park in Algona July 11-12-13. The annual family picnic will be held the last evening in the park. Mr and Mrs Orville Joseph and family of Algona were June 17th guests in the Will Halterman Mrs les- Mrs Oscar Bergeland, Mr nnd Mrs John Sund of Finley, N. D. visited with the former's sister, Mrs Carl Johnson and family, "June 26-27-28. Bill Mullins of Prairie township and Ernest Carlson of Wesley township attended a short course at Ames June 19-21. Mrs Sophia Hildman and Beatrice and Mrs Ed Hildman visited Mrs Isabell Hildman and iam- ily of Plymouth Tuesday. Audra Doughan, Anna Flom and Mrs Shirley Bruns are attending a 3 week's summer session at Algona, given by the Drake University. Miss Doughan will again teach 3rd grade at Corwith; Anna Flom will again teach 7th and 8th grades in the local public school; Mrs Bruns will again teach science in the Wesley public school. Mrs Harold Bode of Algona, who has beeff hired to teach 5th and 6th grades in the local public school, is algq attending the summer school. ' Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and family recently visited h«t mother, Mrs Louisa Osborn and other relatives in State Center and relatives in Marshalltown. The Tuesday club re-elected Sara Rahey as president; Edna Mae Kleinpeter, secretary and treasurer; Clara Erriman, vice president; Sara Raney, Jeanne Kraus and Josephine Meufer, program committee. They will not meet again till September. Rev.' and Mrs F. A. Webb were houseguests of their son, ReV. Ellis Webb and family of Nora Springs during conference in Mason City, June 19-22. Mr and Mrs Will Gardner and daughters, Carlsbad, Calif, are expected in the parental P. C. Haynes home July 10 for a month visit. The Mary Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday June 20 at the church. A pot luck lunch was served. Olive Erdman was elected captain, and Jeanne Kraus, secretary and treasurer. K. Y. N. Circle met with Mrs Clarence Ackerson with Mrs Marvin Ackerson assisting. They chose Fern Paulson, captain and Gladys Detmering, secretary and treasurer. Both circles made plans for a banquet July 6 at the church parlors. Mrs Mary Seifert spent Tuesday of last week in Britt with Mr and Mrs Ed Putzstuck and family and other friends. Mrs Ida Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann of Garner visited the former's mother, Mrs Mary Seifert Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Carl Albee and two children of Jefferson visited Mrs Albee's mother Mrs Mary Seifert Sunday, June 17. Den 3, Pack 7 of the Boy Scouts met Monday June 4 and made their Father's Day gifts. On June llth they met and at this meeting they visited the depot and Mr Henderson explained the signals and the Morse code. They then went on a Hobo picnic. They finished their Railroad month by taking a train ride sponsored by Mr and Mrs Louis Erickson on Monday morning June 18. The following boys received awards at the Juno Pack meeting: Dick Erickson, Gerry Studer, Lion; Tommy Thomas, Wolf; and Mike Studer, Lion and gold arrow. Bancroft Legion Auxiliary Has Unit Election Bancroft—Mrs Mary Lieuranee WHS recently elected president of the American Legion Aux. Other officers elected were: Mrs Harold Lampc, vice president; Mrs Melvin Molloy, secretary; Frances McCarthy, treasurer: Mrs Adolph flatten, Chaplain; Lauretta Weber, Sergeant-at-Arms and color bearer; Mrs Leo Arndorfer, Historian; Mrs John Vaske, Poppy chairman; and Mrs M. Lieurance, Child Welfare. Mrs Stanley Hatlestad, Mrs R. S. tlnderkofler, Mrs Ralph Menke are in charge of the membership. Swea Group Has Fairmont Picnic Swea City—Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Carlson and daughters, Barbara and Beverly of Litchfield, Minn, were Thursday visitors at the parental Floyd Smith home. On Thursday evening the Smiths, the Carlsons, Patricia grjetit^of- Fairmont, Minn., and Gene and Sheryl Hugoson of Granada, Minn., held a picnic supper at a Fairmont park prior to the Carlson's leaving for home. The Blue-White 4-H Club entertained ihe Greenwood Girls and the Bancroft Busy Bees at a picnic and swimming party at Algona Monday afternoon. Mary Staudt. county home economist was a guest. Mr and Mrs Melvin Molloy nnd sons are on a vacation trip to Washington, D. C. and Warrington, Florida where they will visit the V. J. Lattimers. Kenneth Lampc, son of Mr and Mrs SI. J. Lampe, will leave Monday for Des Moines to join the army. Mr and Mrs Clay Gilmorc and Jane of Pasadena, California came Sunday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry G. Menke and will be present for the Menke's 44th anniversary, July 1. Mr and Mrs H. V. Clark and family ore spending two weeks vacation from the printing office at Clear Lake where they,have a cottage. Mr and Mrs J. F. Helinsky and Fidelis and Calista pankbar are spending their vacation in northern Minnesota, fishing. Paul Rustemier, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Rustemier, and a student of American Institute of Business, Des Moines, won $25 fis third prize in a national essay contest on "Why I Am Attending a Private Business School." Farewell Honor, LuVerne Pastor LuVerne—Rev. and Mrs Robert Kessinger and children were the honored guests at the LuVernu Methodist Church, Thursday evening. A very large attendance of members of the church and Iriends of the family gathered as a farewell courtesy to this worthy pastor and his wife, who have served in this community the past four years. The program in charge of Mrs James Mallory of the Evening Star Circle opened with commu- ity singing. After presentation of a gift of a lovely table lamp by Mrs Loyd Larson, chairman of the general Woman's Socety of Christian food ideas for the Sandwich Smorgasbord. Load on the "help-yourself" fixings! Hearty lunchcoiu'uts, ham rolls, assorted cheeses. For bread—provide rye, pumpernickel, picnic buns. Add a spicy spread and carrot coleslaw. Have plenty of Coca-Cola. Its real great taste is so gloriously refreshing—there's nothing like it! 'Barrow Barbecu* —With a. metal wheelbarrow, you're all set to barbecue! Use the grill from your broiler and start cooking—with charcoal, of course! Be sure to check your supply of Coke—everybody will want lots. And if the chef gets tired, he'll appreciate the quick little lift that Coca-Cola gives. Frank Kebabs. Cut frankfurters into one inch pieces. Broil on skewers with mushrooms, whole small onions. Or cheese-in-bacon with pickle chunks. Try frank kebabs with pineapple and tomato chunks. Serve with ice-cold Coca-Cola— it makes goon food taste better. Bring home the Coke today! , and Coke —to put you at your sparkling best! i i | BoHled under authority of The Cocq-Colo Company by MINERAL SPBINC5 CftC* COLA BOTTLING CO.. HUMBOLDT. JA. "Col. li: Company. Service, the ftev. Kessinger expressed gratitude and appreciation td the peoble df the church, during his SftrVic'e here. Girclefi ot the Christian Social RelatiofiS Were hostesses, serving refreshments. Mission Festival Tilonkk — A large crowd attended the Annual Mission Festival Sunday, June 17, at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. Rev. M. A. Schulz ot Stewart. Minn, and Rev. A. Brauhschweig of Renwicfc wefe the guest speakers. Rev. Sc'hulz was a former minister hete dur* Tuesday & Wed. $ Buck Nites ing the years of 1938 to 1942 after which he moved to Stewart and has since jresidfed. Rev. and Mrs Schulz saftel youngest daughter remained Until Monday and visited friends in and around Titonka community. Gen. James Shields,-born in Ireland, served in the United States Senate from th're'e differ- eht*states, Illinois, Minnesota and Missouri. Wed At Udyard Tiionk* -*. Lawrence Govern, son of Mrs Ma¥y>06vern of Ti- fonkft, Snd St&rfafft, filiiabflh Murphy of Bes tyoiMS, Were married Tuesday mofning, June 19, at Sacr«d Heart church. ift Lfedyard. That - evening they treated their Mends tb a wedding dance at the American Legion hall in Bancroft, with Ray's Accordian music playing fdr the dance. (On at 10:10 p.m.) A DRAMA OF TEEN-AGF Terror I M.Q.M'* BLACKBOARD IUNGLE ,. GLENN FORff ANNE FRANCIS- LOUIS CALHERN . MARGARET HAYES — Plus Bonus Hit — (on at 8:50) WILLIAM BENDIX "CRASHOUT" "Ph Come, Phyllis. You've Heard of • - . * Travelers Checks" Protects you against loss of theft. Cashable anywhere, anytime, without question. Avoid necessity of carrying large sums on your'penon. Costs only $1.00 per hundred dollars. Travelers Checks — best way to check money worry and care when you travel. Safes Confidential Accommodating IOWA K TAT 13 Algona Member FDIC Iowa B.F.Goodrich FITS YOUR STANDARD WHEELf Switch to B. F. 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