The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1956 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1956
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(le.) Upper Q ej Meines Tuesday, June 26, 1956 Recent Bancroft Bride CKO A r fu en J Bancr ° Af , t . bttdte., Mrs Philip Garry, is shown above She is the former Alice Walsh, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hush Walsh, and was married to Mr Garry, son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Garry, in a .double ring ceremony performed by Fr. J. H. Schultes m e,' , Jonns Catholic chinch, Saturday, June 16 V, O M • 1] 2 wl "g the wedding ceremony, a reception and dinner wa« nfiL'n - A J $u ns hall W Bot £ newl yweds are graduates of St. John' Of Bancioft. The new Mrs Garry taught last year at Burt. (Nets Isaacson photo, UDM engraving) LuVerne Site Of Big Family Reunion, 17th ... LuVerne—The Thompson-Mer- nam reunion was held in the LuVerne town hall Sunday, June 17, and was called to order by Earl Thompson of Corwith. Officers elected for the new £ear were: President Earl Thompson; vice president, Howard Thompson, Ottosen; secretary, Mrs George Thompson, Ledyard; and treasurer, Albert Merriam, Corwith. The next reunion will be held at the Earl Thompson farm home near Corwith. Relatives attending were: Mr and Mrs Merle Thompson, Madison, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Merrill Parsons family, Waterloo, Wis.: Mr and Mrs George Thompson. Ledyard: Mrs Mabel Thompson, •Richard Thompson, LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Walter Boode, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Lee Cole, Buit; Mr and Mrs Fay Thompson, Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Harvard Thompson and family, Ottosen- Mr and Mrs S. E. Thompson, Mr and Mrs Darrell Beenker and family of Cherokee; Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson and daughters of Corwith. The Merriam - Thompson reunion has been changed from Father's Day to the second Sunday in June for next year. New Arrival S. N. and Mrs Marion Casey are the parents of their first child, a baby girl born early Monday, June 18, in St. Ann hospital,-Algona. She weighed six pounds and three ' and one- fourth ounces and has been named Virginia Marie. S. N. Casey, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Casey of LuVerne is stationed at San Francisco, Calif. Mrs Casey is the former Helen Elbert, daughter of Ray Elbert of Whittemore. Family Party Mr and Mrs Aksel Nielsen were visited by their children, relatives and friends on Father's Day and the 79th birthday of Mrs Nielsen. Guests during the afternoon and evening calling with good wishes were: Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen, Ventura; Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen and Roger of Brilt; Edwin Hunt, Cedar Falls Jerry Stille, of Britt; Mr and Mr: Loren Appenzeller of Williams; Mr and Mrs Walter Engel, Mi- arid Mrs Clarence Nielsen, Mi and Mrs Harold Nielson, Mrs Dale Zentner, Gretchen and Tommy, Mr and Mrs Eli Eager, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll, Mrs Lee- Day and Dennis, Ed Jackson and Marie. Hunt, LuVerne. 85th Birthday Honors Mrs Mary Shultz was honored with open house at her home Wednesday afternoon, June 20, as she was 85 years old. Mary received gifts and a card shower. Mrs Lowell Thomas made the decorated birthday cake for the •efreshments served by Mrs ?lara Roger and Mrs Anna Hanselman. Mrs Shultz was a guest that evening at a weiner roast ;ind picnic <uppor nl (ho homo of Mr and Mis Ervin Barton and family. | W.S.C.S. Pledge Service A pledge service was observed Wednesday afternoon, June 20, as the general society of the Methodist W.S.C.S. ' The general chnii man, Mrs Loyd Larson, presided. The devotional service was in charge of Mrs Joseph Thorn, assisted by Mrs Albert CJenrieh, Mrs Irwin Jeigensen, Mrs G. M. Will and Mrs Dale Zentner. Hostesses serving refreshments were Mrs Cecil Baker, Mrs Percy Brink, Mrs George Wolf, Mrs Ray Agard and Mrs Sylvester Brace. Mrs Oxley Hostess Mrs Ralph Oxley was hostess to the Friendly Neighbor Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs La re Oxley of Corwith was a guest. Mrs Elmer Kubly gave a talk on the Passion Play at Spearfish, S. D. Mrs Albert Hefti conducted a quiz game with prixes awarded. Mrs Edwin Marty received a birthday gift from her mystery sister. Mr and Mrs Jess Jergenson accompanied by Mr and Mrs R. D. Higgins of Rolfe spent the past several days at the resort at Pi- quo! Lakes owned now by Mr and Mrs Harold Sorensen, former residents of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs David Harper arc the parents of a seven pound daughter born Wednesday, June 20, in'the Buena Vista County hospital, Storm Lake. Mr Harper is .the son of Mrs Glenniss Harper and Mrs Harper the former Patricia Hardcopf, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr., both of LuVerne. Mrs Edward Dehnert entertained the Birthday Bridge Club in her home Tuesday evening. Mrs Bertie C. Ratnus and Mrs Charles Hansclman Jr. were guest substitutes. At play of contract, honors, Mrs C. B. Huff, Mrs Harry Lichly and Mrs Hanselman. The Friendly Card Club met with Mrs Cecil Jolliffe Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Anna Blumer was a guest player. Raymond Legler was tyonor- ed with a birthday dinner Tuesday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Earl Legler, Ruth Ann and Bobby, Algona, Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler, Mrs Raymond Legler, sons, Denny Ray, Johnnie and Charles. Marcia Stone, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Stone returned to her home Monday from Madison, Wis., where she spent the past month in the University hospitals. VTarcia was a surgical patient and making salisfnctnry rorovory. Mrs Howard Marty, Paul" and Kathy and Miss Esther Thornton "f Clinton and Oak Park, 111. respectively were Wednesday over night guests in the Mr and Mrs Henry Marty home. Thursday morning Mrs Marty and Miss Thornton left for a vacation visit with their parents in Billings, Montana. Mrs C. E. Hahne and three children of Key West, Fla visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Mooding the past week. Mrs Jack Lewarne, supervisor of nurses at Lutheran hospital* Fort Dodge spent sereyal days the past week on vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs Clara Roger. Mrs George Tiecle, Fairmont, Minn. visited Wednesday to Friday in the home of her broth-, or, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller and family. Shari Miller accompanied her aunt for a vacation visit. Mrs Norman Hesse entertained her Bridge Club at her home in Renwick Thursday evening, June 21. Mrs John Skogmo was co- hbstess. Mrs William Goetsch spent the past week in Mason City as the lay delegate from the LuVerne Methodist church at the annual conference. She returned homo Friday. Mrs Orville Hurlburt, assisted by Mrs Raymond Nelson, enlef- tained the Good Will Club Thurs- day afternoon, .tune 21. Guests were Mrs Howard Swanson and Mrs William Erpelding. Mrs Ted Wagner conducted the business meeting. Guessing contests were in charge of Miss Luella Blumer and Mrs Anna Blumer. The July meeting will be at the Mrs Carl Swanson home with Mrs Paul Blumer ; assisting. They are substituting for Mrs Herman Meyer, \Vhose husband Mb Meyer remains critically ill at his home here. Lofts Creek Tour The annual Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H club tour was held June 11. The members met at 1:30 at the Alfred Bierstedt farm where a beef judging contest was also held. Representatives of Wayne Feed toured with them with a scale giving each member an opportunity to weigh his project. Bob Johruson also toured. A ball- game and pot-luck supper with parents was held later at the Fenton Park. • Portland Twp. iy MM. Victdf Pitch Kenneth Loats of Titonka was a Sunday dinner guest at Die Jesse Harms home. Mrs Ben Lampe came home from the hospital at Rochester, Friday, Luvei-ne Leninger of Boone, a nephew of Jay Steven, was a dinner guest at the Steven home, last Friday, ' , Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls attended the wadding 6f Miss Margai-et Elizabeth Murphy of Des Mo'fnes and Laurence Bernard Govern, Tuesday, June 19 at the Sacred Heart Church at Ledyard. ' ' • Mr and Mrs FYanz. Teeter entertained at a little party Tuesday evening in honor of their son John who will leave Friday for six weeks of training in Missouri Guests of the evening were Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen nnc Linda, Mf . and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly and Mr and Mrs R. I. Simpson. Mr and Mrs C. W. Heerdt and family went to Hector, Minn, early Sunday morning where they visited the Will Heterdt's. Mr and Mrs Heerdt returned home Sufi- day'night, driving through heavy rain for about one and one half hours. Mr and Mrs- Edmund Larsen and Beverly attended a birthday party Wednesday evening, at the Quintin Bjustrom's, in honor of their daughter Janette who was 15 years old. Others attending the party were the Arrie Dill* rners, Otto Harlans, Cecil Bjus- tfpms ' of Whittemore; £ 1 i f f Bjustroms of LuVerne; Mrs Andrew Bjustroni and' son Milan of Algona and Mrs Howard Sarchet and two children from Wall Lake. Mr and Mrs Harry Quintus of Garner visited over Saturday and Sunday at f the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs For'bus Stiltz, Greg and David of Livermore visito<i Father's Day at the Ray Fitch home, it was also hay's butnuay.. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young visited at the Mary Kain home Monday evening. Mrs William Laidlow and two children* from Detroit, Mich, arid Mary'Kain, who is;aif iarniy, from Alexandria, Va. are visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs Laidlow and Mary Kain are sisters of Mrs Young. Too many dollars itt the wrong man's pocket, soon crowds out the sense in his head. Lon* Roek Rockets The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H met June 13 at the home ot Dawn Schultz. Reports on Clear Lake Camp were given by Eileen Binzen and Kay Geilzen- auer and leader, Mrs George Kissner. Maxine Meyer . and Jo Ann McCleish gave talk.--, riower arrangements were explained by Susan Montgomery. FRI., JUNE 29lh ANDY DOLL'S RIDGE RIDERS SAT., JUNE 30th BOBBY LINDEMAN And Orchestra MON.. JULY 2nd Teenage Dance JULES HERMAN & Orch. TUES., JULY 3rd HENRY CHARLES & Orch. WED., JULY 4th JULES HERMAN & Orch. THURS., JULY Slh The Great Man of JAZZ STAN KENTON And His World Famous Orchestra Reservations Available Adm. 1.60 plus lax. Ydt. 1.80 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Sunday, July 1 EDDIE ALLEN Sun,, July 8 PON SHAW Sun., July 15 VANCE DIXQN July 20 Square Dancing Everybody Welcome $vn., July 22 OUY PfLEQ Booth t**trv0lie*u a* I.-JO 100 YEARS 1956 PROGRAM e Earth, Minn. NTENNIAL July 1,2,3,4-4 Big Days CENTENNIAL HEADQUARTERS —ETTA C. ROSS MEMORIAL LIBRARY GUEST REGISTRATION AND HISTORICAL EXHIBITS THROUGH JULY 4 Blue Earth residents and business places will be in official Centennial attire. ] SUNDAY, JULY 1 'j 1 p.m. Parade of Soap Box Derby contestants | down Main Street to Swimming Pool. 2 p.m. Running of the Second Annual Southern Minnesota Soap Box Derby at Swimming Pool Park. EVENING * Banquet for all Derby Racers and Officials at High School Dining Room. Full dress rehearsal for Centennial pageant. 8 p.m. Centennial Memorial program at Lee R. Pemberton Auditorium. Dr. George Constans, speaker. MONDAY, JULY 2, KID'S DAY 1 p.m. Kids parade down Blue Earth's Main Street. Kiwanis Club in charge. Kids events at fairgrounds following the parade. 8:15 p.m. First performance of pageant; BLUE SKIES. BLUE EARTH, CITY OF OUR HEARTS. « Admission: $1.00 adults, 50c children under 12. TUESDAY, JULY 3, PIONEER DAY 2 p.m. RED RIVER RODEO show in front of fair grounds grandstand. Admission: $1.00 adults, SOc children. 5:30 p.m. Pioneer Dinner at Blue Earth High School Dining Room. 8:15 p.m. Second performance of Pageant. 9 p.m. CENTENNIAL COSTUME BALL at Lee R. Pemberton Auditorium with WHOOPEE JOHN'S ORCHESTRA. Admission: $1.00 for dancers and spectators. Whisker judging conducted in the auditorium during the dance. Winners of various sections will be announced during intermissions. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4 12 Noon. Spectacular Centennial Parade — Main street to Fairgrounds with parade passing in front of grandstand before dispersing. Giant spectacle of the Old and the New. 2:30 p.m. RED RIVER RODEO show in front of grandstand. 4 p.m. Reunion of Blue Earth High School Alumni at school grounds. Coffee hour in high school dining room. 8:15 p.m. Final performance of Pageant. Biqgest Fireworks Display ever in Blue Earth will wind up the Centennial festivities. FREE ADMISSION TO FAIRGROUNDS — Parking July 2 and 3 under direction of Blue Earth Boy Scouts. Parking July 4 under direction of Odd Fellows Lodge. BADGER STATE SHOWS On The Midway - 12 Rides, 6 Shows, 30 Concessions FOUR BIKES GIVEN FREE TO CHILDREN and two given bit - night. Meet the World Champ : >f • Schlitz is the No. 1 beer in sales not only in America — but in the entire world. We have contributed to this record by our increased sales here. You in turn have helped us with your patronage. For this we thank you. For refreshment — for quality — ask for Schlitz. * McFadden & Kennedy Co. DISTRIBUTORS DIAGONAL ST., PHONf 222, ALGONA, IOWA >.•&*.

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