The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1950
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i-Ai»ofia Upper Dot Motmt Tuesday, February 21, 1956 C*—*-.*. IJ..^!^^t jeneca Musical Group Offered LaVonne Swcrnson A Bride Feb. 18 Of Edward Eggerth Swea City — LaVonne Swanson, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. John Swanson, and Edward Eggerth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eggerth, were married Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Swea City Methodist chuvch. The double ring wedding service was read by the pastor, the Rev. S. H. Hammer, with the Rev. Mr. Grote of Newell assisting in the ceremony. Preceding the wedding, Miss Agnes Glassel of St. Groix Falls, Wis., a friend of the bride, sang "Because" and "Whispering Hope." She was accompanied by Miss Eva Moats who also played the wedding marches and a prelude of wedding music. The bride was gowned in a blue tissue taffeta dress, made street length and made with a bolero. Her accessories were black, and she wore a corsage of pink roses and violets. She was attended by her sister, Miss Evelyn Swanson of Chicago. The bridegroom and his attendant, Jack Reese of Armstrong, wore grey suits, with white carnation boutonniers. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress with blue accessories, with a red rose corsage. Mrs. Eggerth, mother of the groom, was dressed in black with black accessories. Her corsage also was of red roses. Henry and Robert served as ushers. Eggerth Miss Swanson was graduated from the St. Croix Falls high school in the class of 1947. She has lately served as secretary of the Swea City Co-op creamery. Mr. Eggerth is a graduate of Ledyard high school, served in the U. S. Army for three years, and has farmed with his father. About 50 relatives and close friends were present at the wedding and the reception, which followed immediately in the church) parlors. The refreshments were served by fellow Sunday School teachers, who included Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, Mrs. Lynn Pulver, Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Mrs. Ed Stewart. June Harner, Janice Haglund, Anna Beck and Betty Knutsen served as waitresses, wearing white blouses and black skirts. Mrs. Maynard Koppen had charge of the guest book, and Norma Jean Boland and Betty Batton presided at the gift table. The couple left Saturday night for a honeymoon in Tennessee, after which they will go to their new home on a farm near Elmore, •Minn. World Prayer Service The World Day of Prayer program will be held Friday the 24th at the Methodist church. The service will begin at 2:30 p. m. Each church will be represented by a leader, Mrs. Hammer of the Methodist church giving a talk on the Secret of Power. Mrs. Roy Pehrson of the Lutheran church will lead in the talks of the Stewardship of Power. Mrs. W. H. Linde of the Gospel Tabernacle will present Service through Power, and Mrs. Virgil Jenson will lead the Baptist group, the topic being Supreme Goal of Power. Music will be interspersed throughout the program, consisting of numbers from each church, as follows: Piano and organ duet, Mrs. Will Thompson and Miss Iva Moats; a ladies tnu, by Mesdames Peter Peters, Chester Farrington and Lowell Larson and a vocal solo by Mrs. J. August Peterson. P.T.A. Meeting " A parent-teacher meeting was ra'ld a week ago Monday. Vice President Mrs. J. A. Sanftner presided in the absence of the president. The constitutions and by-laws were adopted as recom- iui-nded by the committee. An interesting feature was offering of suggestions for next year's program. Slips were passed out, giving each person present an opportunity to suggest what he would like, and the answers were many and varied. All. however, liked educational movies. Other suggestions included using more local talent, panel duscussions and debates. The Rev. Mr. Hammei showed his slides of tluip time in Pella, which weie enjoyed. were dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Hammer. Betty Ann Hammer visited over the weekend at the parental home. Betty Ann is a secretary for Bankers Life at Mason City, having finished a business course at Hamilton college there. Minstrel Show, WithCastOfffl), Dated May 5-6 May 5 and 6 have been set as dates for the big Algona JayCee Minstrel show to be presented at the high school auditorium. Work is underway, with Dr. C. C. Shierk and Bill Steele serving as co-chairmen. So far, the basic assignments have been filled, with Harold Weber named as musical director of the chorus of 35 voices. Director of dramatics will be Miss Sherk, high school dramatic teacher. Miss McGaw will direct the line of 10 dancing girls. This will be the second minstrel show offered by the Jay Cees, with the firsr one a huge success. It, too, played for two nights and was a complete sellout. Advance ticket sales will be opened in ample time to assure everyone an opportunity to see the show. As yet, the cast of characters has not been completed since it involves the selection of about 60 men to fill the various parts. John Ferguson has accepted the bid as Mister Interlocutor. His End Men have not been selected. When completed, the cast will include over 60 people, including the chorus, dancers, specialty acts and regular cnaracters. With stage hands ana all other committeemen, about 100 Algona men will be involved in the production of this snow which is a highlight of the Algona theatre season. Recital, Feb. 17 Seneca — Supt. Melvin Stokke presented his music students in an instrumental music recital on Friday evening, Feb. 17, at the Seneca school gymnasium. Individual selections presented were: "Silver Threads Among the Gold," Jerry Wilberg. "Lullaby," by Brahms, Douglas jGuerdet.. "Nearer My God to Thee," selected. Bill Jensen. "Song of India" Korsakoff, Jerry Crouch. 7 by by Rimsky "Silhouette" by Buchtel, Evelyn Oftedahl. "Moonlight Madonna" by Fibich, Shirley Saxton. "Old Folks at Home" Foster, Donald Nielsen. "Jupiter" by Buchtel, Le Ann Olsen. "Drumnastics" by Buchtel, Drum Section. "Liebestraume" by Liszt, Glo-j ria Petersen. "Beautiful Dreamer" by Foster, Roger Osborn. "Pierrot and Pierrette" (rinpf) by Buchtel, Gordon and Dick Looft. "Alohe Oe" (Fafewell to Thee) Queen by Llluiakalaui, Richard Saxton. . Following the individual selections Supt. Stokke presented the band in several selectiohs. Accompanists were Janice Stokke and Mary Lou Hantelman. The Seneca Band Mothers served refreshments at the close of the recital, the proceeds goiiig into the Bandmothers' fund. A Farewell Surprise A group of youij; folks gathered at the Robert burt home Sunday evening where they staged;a surprise farewell party for Donald Merrill. Following a Social evening refreshments were enjoyed after which the honored guest was presented with a gift as a remembrance from his friends here at Seneca. Don will accompany his parents, the Sheldon Merrills, to their new home in Missouri in the near future. Hostesses To Club Mesdames Robert Burt and Curtis Olsen were hostesses to the Seneca Band Mothers at their meeting at the Seneca school Tuesday afternoon. Following a brief business meeting the chairman .read a poem, "The Girl I Used to Be." Refreshments were then served by the hostesses. Guests included the school faculty. of fttdiAte of witt Kossuth County—ss. JTRICT COURT „. January Tttm. if/so ... It Mwy..Concern: Hereby Notified, That an it writing purporting to be tad JHssfeJhent of Edith J, Tayior. Deceased. dated January 12, 1650, having been this day filed, open* r" a"d r"'Jd, Monday the 8tn day of March, 1950,. is flxed for hearim the last ot same at the court House In Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said .County, or',the Clerk and at 10:00 o'clock A, above mentioned aU ft ed are hereby not of said .,•««.. of i 11 perso: ffted ar . Court; __ the day ~jns Interest- and required o appear, ana show cause. If any they havei why said Instrument should not be probated.and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. ; Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 16, 195 °' ALMA PEARSON. Clerk of District Court. Hutchison & Hutchison, Attorneys Algona. Iowa • 7 WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS (SEAL) LETTING FOR dF LOOS Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors, Kossuth County at the County Auditor's office, Algona, Iowa until 2:00 P.M. on Tuesday, TFeb- niary 28. 1950 for the sale of logs. The Iocs are to be sold in the length and condition as they now exist on the ditch banks, bids to be specified by the board foot measurement on the logs. The contract for any given mile wfll include all the logs on that particular mile. The logs are located alone the open diteh of Drainage District No. BO and 165. located as follows: Through Sections 11 and 2 Ramsey "Through Sections 36. 25, 24, 13, 14, 11 and 5 Ledyard Twp. Through Sfctlons 35, 26. 21, 22, 15, 10 and 9 Springfield Twp., For further information 'call D. L. Leffert, Engineer. Algona. Iowa. By order of the Board of Supervis- OI Dated at Algona, Iowa this 16th day of February A. D. 1950. KATHLEEN MCENROE, County Auditor. BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES, at the Algona Upper D»s Moines office. Sincere Thanks... Thanks, all of you for coming in on our "opening day"—it was a pleasure serving you, and we only hope we can continue to earn your patronage. VERN and ORLA BURNS the MAINLINER Art Peterson, who has been a the Colonial hospital in Hocnt-it er, Minn., for observation and treatment, was taken V\cune.sdav Feb. 15 to a sanitonum at W <r thington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Barge were honor guests at the he;tin of their daughter and .son-in-la\v the Glen ClarHs, a \veek ag Saturday evening. The occasion was the 35th wedding anniversary, and guests v. ere relative.-, including Mrs. Kay Sperbeck Marian Barger, student a' Ami.-., Mr. and Mrs. Art t'iii rmyton. Mr. arid Mrs. Chester Fai rington and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. George.- Moore. Mrs. Jennie McCrary, sister of Mr. Barger, was ill and unable to be present. Raymond McCrary. Ventura, visited hib mother, Mrs. Jennie McCrary, overnight and until Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Pehr»on and children have been guests of his mother, Mrs. Nada Pehrson. The Rev. H. E. Crouch and Mis Crouch will attend lioinee-oming of the Open Bible Institute in Des Moines on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klugt-r lull Thursday for the Mayo clinic at Rochester, where Mr. Kluger will have a checkup. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hatten left Tuesday for Rochester, where Mrs. entered the Mayo clinic. 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