The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 11, 1950
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2-Algona Upper DM Moiries Tuesday, April II, 1950 Wesley Sets Dates For Yearend School Activity iey — Commencement ex -" — —— Wesley — Commencement ex ercises lor Wesley High schoo will be held at the school aud torium, Wednesday evening, Ma 17, with Hank Hook, manager of KGLO, Mason City, giving th address. The baccalaureate sermon wi be delivered by Father Pick o Whittemore, at the auditorium Sunday evening, May 14. A musical program under th direction of Mrs. Byron Calhoui with tap dance numbers by pupil of Mrs. Joe DeMaine will be pre sented in the auditorium Friday April 21. The senior class plaj will be Friday evening, April 28 "People Are Funny." Graduate are Marjorie Ann Bleich, Rita Marie Carman, Joan Ruth Goetz Diane Mary Kleinpeter, Rose Ann Kollasch, Rose Marie Matz, Marilyn Ann Price, Mary Jane SlUd- er, Inez Reising, Donald Jamfe Hanig, Wendell Francis Olson. Wesley Wisardi Meet The Wesley Wizards 4-H girls met Saturday, April 1, at the Hans Beenken home. They voted to donate $5 to the new state camp_for 4-H members, and they submitted a name for the camp as a part of a state-wide contest. The leaders, Mrs. Ivan Johnson and Mrs. John Huff, gave a report on the training school for leaders they recently attended in Algona. Harriet .Beenken gave a talk on arrangement of furniture. Betty Tjaderi and Carol .Goetz conducted a picture study of "Th Flower Vender" and "Northeast er." Honored At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. George Seaber entertained at a 6:30 dinner, on Tuesday, April 4, for his siste Dorothy Seaberg, a student a Wheaton college, Wheaton, 111. who is spending her Easter vaca lion with the Sea bergs and Louis Simpsons. Easter Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Erdman and two'children of Lisbon spenl the Easter weekend with his sister and family, the Jack Robinsons, and with other relatives. Students Home Students home for the Easter holiday Include Vincent Richtsmeier of Dowling High school, Des Moines, who had a week's vacation; Jerry Lickteig and Burrell Lease of Iowa university, Iowa City- Nancy Daughn'of Bri- arclnf college, Sioux City; Patricia Richtsmeier, who is employed at the weather bureau office in Des Moines; Mary Joan Loebig of St. Francis Academy, Milwaukee; Harold .Skow and roommate from Wheaton college, Wheaton, To Wed April 19 Banns of marriage were published the second time in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Rosella Friederes, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Peter Mueller, and Marvin Eischen, son of Mr. and Mrs Alex Eischen of St. Benedict They will be married Wednesday, April 19. Student Nurses Home Shirley Lickteig, Mary Ann Hauptly and Marian Kleinpeter, student nurses of Ft. Dodge, came Thursday morning to spend the Easter weekend at their parental John Lickteig, Will Hauptly, and Vincent Kleinpeter homes. Missionary Meeting The Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, April 12. Mrs. Joe Krieps and Mrs. Lester Blain will serve The CDA will meet that evening Guy ButU Home Guy M. Butts returned home Wednesday from a six weeks' visit with his sister, Mrs. Grace Helm, at Willis, Texas, and with other relatives. Wedding Banns Banns of marriage were published for the second time in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Kenneth Haverly, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, and Mary Joyce Kollasch. They will be married Tuesday, April 18. W.S.C.S. Has Election The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met April 5 with Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Assistant hostesse were Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs Clare Robinson, and Mrs. John B Weiland. Mrs. Curtis Benskin, Mrs. John Paulson, Mrs. Herman Wise, anc Mrs. John Huff presented a one act missionary play, "We would see Jesus." Officers elected were Mrs. Opa Nygaard, president; Mrs. Jean Kraus, vice president: Mis. Enirm Henderson, treasurer; Mrs. Nev« Robinson, promotion secretary The organization will serve i cafeteria lunch. Easter Guests Mr. and Mrs. George Ritke went to Mason City, Saturday of last week to meet her sister, Mis NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 2:00 P M. April 20, 1950 for grading and incidental work on 48.5 miles of county roads involving 485,000 cu. yds. of earth excavation. Sealed bids will be received at the same time for furnishing the county with 1,000 tons of calcium chloride delivered at various railroad stations in Kossuth County. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at tin; office of the County EngiiiL-t-r, Algona, Iowa. Lloyd Elston County Auditor Dated April 5, 1950 IMS Arden .Hpvland, and daughter Sherry, of Minneapolis. Mr. Hov land came Saturday and tooh his family home Monday. Othei Easter guests at Ricke's were Mr arid Mrs. Arnold Stofflick of Ka nawha and Donna Mae Studer and girl friend of Minneapolis. Lyle Huff, oldest son of Mr and Mrs. John Huff, will go to Minneapolis, May 8, to enroll in the Gayle Institute for a 32 week course in telegraphy. He is a 1949 high school graduate, and has been assisting with farm work Since. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs, Paul Friberg, and Preston Chapin visited John Amesbury, who is ill at his home in Britt. Mrs. Maxine Dwyer and two sons, Tom and Terry, moved over he weekend to Humboldt, where her husband, Kenneth Dwyer, is employed in a barber shop. She sold her Corwith-Wesley Reminder to Mr. and Mrs. Don 'owers of Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Benskin' were called to Laurel Sunday of ast week by the serious illness f his mother, Mrs. Sophia Math- rs. They returned home Monday nd en route they visited their aughter and family, the Don Kinniards at Grinnell, and rank Hutchinsons at Alden. The Dorcas circle met with Mrs. Jon Kraus Friday afternoon. Mr.! nd Mrs. Charles Kraus and Mr and Mrs. Chuck Kraus of Kiester, Minn., spent Friday afternoofa at the Don Kraus home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger visited the Martin Bleich's at Miller, Tuesday evening. Martin is a brother of Mrs. Forburger. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and Mrs. Jack Robinson attended a scout leaders meeting at the L. Rouze home at Algona, Wednesday evening. Will Frimml and Frank Bleich attended a Farmers Elevator Service Co. meeting at Des Moines, Monday and Tuesday of last week. Frimml is secretary of the elevator board, and Bleich is second mari at the elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cloonen of Fairmont, Minn., spent the April 2 weekend at the Al Richtsmeier home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Welch I of Alexandria, Minn., visited from Monday till Thursday at the Richtsmeier home. They were en route home from a winter tour On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Morris Richtsmeier and family of Iowa Falls visited the Al Richts- meiers. Marvin Studer, who is employed on the Morris Richts- neier farm, accompanied them lere and visited at his parental J. P. Studer home. Mrs. Mary Bradfield spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, the S. C. Chris- ensens, at Mason City. Guests at the Frank Fox home Sunday of last week were Mr. nd Mrs. Willis Schwartz and Gorman of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fox and Darlene of Algona, and Mr 1 , and Mrs. Mark Studer and Lavon. Mrs. Schwartz is the former Louisa Fox, and she and her family are planning to move to Austin, Minn., soon. He is an insurance company em- ploye. Mrs. Evroul Loebig and Mrs. Bud Hauptman and three sons of Algona spent Thursday with their father, J. L. Haverly, and their sister, Mrs. Gayle Studer. were his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed Hrubes. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young went to Rochester, Minn.,'Tues day, to see their son, Rupert, who is hospitalized there. Mr. and Mrs. George Hrubes of Britt and Ralph Bauer of Ft Dodge were Wednesday evening guests at the Will 'Hrubes home Mrs. R. J. Saunche 6f Eau Claire, Wis., spent last week ai the parental P. C. Haynes home Easter weekend guests at the Curtis Benskin home were her brother, Lloyd Hutchinson, his wife and two children, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froah and two children, all of Kellogg. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flehler of Ringsted visited the Emil Westers on Sunday of last week. He is a former assistant buttermaker here. Charles DeRosa of Dobbs Ferry« N. Y., came Monday of last week to get his wife, the former Anna Wester, who has been at het parehtal Emil Wester home since Christmas. They all spent the weekend at the Karl Wester home at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. DeRosa left for their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraus and son, Ricky, visited her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ketehen, at Em- rhetsburg, Sunday, April 2. ' Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes had a family dinner Monday evening in honor of their daughter Wil- ftia's fifth birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Wellik and Wro children of Whittemore' and Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer'and two Children. ' r. 4 Corners M. & D. Meets Thursday At Shaw Home Tout Corners — The Four Cor ners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday of this week *>ith Mrs. Bernice Shaw, with ars. Gladys Eisenbarth assisting Opening song will be "Birds Return." Roll call will be answered tfith "Suggestions for ,New Jooks." An exchange of flower Seeds and bulbs will be an in- eresting feature of this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham pent a recent week end with heir daughter, Irene, and amily. The Ben Sloters of Troy Grove, 111. On Sunday, Mr. and Guests Will Hrubes home Sunday evening, April ANNOUNCEMENT of NEW HOURS BRANDT LANES IN ALGONA OPEN 6 p.m. to Midnight Monday Thru Friday OPEN 1 pjn. lo Midnight SATURDAY & SUNDAY Mrs.. Sloter and SoWhy 1 accompanied Mrv arid Mrs. Witham to Calmar, m, to see Mrs. Witham's brother aha family, the If a Low- fnans. , Mrs. Edward Rich recently spent fronv Monday till Friday with her daughter and family, the Earl Gappasr -The Gappas, who have lived the past three years near Lake Crystal, Minn., rehted a 160-acre farm near Truman, Minn., and Mrs. Rich helped them get settled in their hew home. The children of Mr. and Mrs Keith Stephens were very ill with measles last week. Lance and Sue Ellen both had a hard seige, their temperatures for a time being above 105. Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Art Alexander, was also out of schdol with measles. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, Thomas and Rbse Ann, were Sunday dinner guests of the Leo Platts, Algeria'," a week ago last Sunday. ' . ' Mrs. Carl "Seip called at the Everett Witham and George Lee homes last week Thursday. «SE THE WANT ADS Has Surgery Fentdn — John Menz underwent surgery at Rochester, Wednesday. Clarence Menz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall went to be with him. On their return home, Frank visited his sister, Mrs. Jennie Armstrong, who is a patient in the Albert Lea hospital. If 11*9 NEWS WE WANT 1ft GREEN COLONIAL OIL FURNACE last w«rd la a cm- pfete taw kiting mif. Tips b Economy, Comfort ud Cosy Operation P. R. IRONS Phone 523-W ALOOWA GREEN COLONIAL fOP HOMPS OF ALL S/ZfS 2ND ALL KINDS Of rUEL Grinnell College Choir In Concert At ALGONA HIGH AUDITORIUM Thursday, April 13 10:15 A. M. Adult* Admitted to Balcony: Admission 1 29C and 6e tax-35c. (To help defray necessary expanse) CRILLY APPLIANCES /9SO 9 tu. ft. 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