The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 16
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i Band Mothers At Lone Rock Prove Victors Lone flock—A benefit basketball game was held Wednesday flight, March 10, at the Lone 'Rock school gymnasium. In the * Band Mothers vs. "What Have You" game the Band; Mothers came out on-.top. Mrs. L. A. Newbrough, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Geo. Long, Mrs. John New- bi-OUgh, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, and Miss Joyce Marlow constituted the Band Mothers team, with Misses Lucille Harmon, Helen Jensen, Janet Schneider, Patricia Meyer, and Mrs. Carl Grosland and Mrs. Erich Seege- b'arth playing on the teacher's team. "Hie Lone Rock high school boys were defeated by the alumni boys, Aid the 5th and sixth grade midgets vs. the 7th and 8th grade midgets ended with the 7th and 8th grade midgets out in front. The Band Mothers also served hamburgers, pop, and coffee, taking in a total of $33.60, as income which goes to nelp the Band Mothers pay for musical 'instruments and the fine im- 'provements they have made in the music department, and part goes to pay lor the new score board that we have all enjoyed. A good time was had by all. Ladies' Mile Society The Ladies' Mite society will meet Thursday, March 18, at the 1 home of Mrs. Lawrence Rath, with Mrs. Emil Kraft assisting hostess. The Meditation will concern Lent, with the Missions program in charge of Mrs. Frank Dacken, the mission secretary. Rev. L. Kingma will also give the lesson; ished the women's 1 w^fk fo? this Visaf and discuss!6ft was held on the 1 projects that would be wanted for the coming year. Guests at the meeting were: Mrs. P. M. Christehdon, Mrs. Will Christen* sort, Mrs. Marvin Kueck, Mrs. Andrew Thomsert, Mrs. J. M. Andersdh, Mrs. Chris Madison, Mrs. John Munch of Fenton, Mrs. Osborn of Seneca, Mrs. Henry Schroeder. Lunch was served by the hostess. Sponsor Card Party The Band Mothers sponsored a card party Thursday evening, March 11 at the Lone Rock school auditorium, with eight tables of guests present. Prizes for the' evening went to: Mrs. Alex Krueger, high for women; Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt, low for women; Fred Genrich, high for men; Jim Long, low for men. Erich Seegebarth won the chair prize. Tournament Results , The Kossuth county 4-H boys' basketball tournament was held Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights in Lone Rock with the finals and semi-finals being held in Burt Friday night. Monday night Burt forfeited to Lone Rock,with Grant winning over Seneca. Tuesday night Lone Rock defeated Lakota by a score of 20-21, with Greenwood defeating Grant. Thursday night's games were played 'in Burt with Lone Rock winning over Whittcmore by a score" of 20-22, and the results of the Greenwood-Wesley gamps were unknown at this writing. Friday night finds the Lnno Rock team playing the winners of the Greenwood-Wesley game for the finals of the tournament. Fenton Farm Bureau The Fenton Farm Bureau Follow-up meeting was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Milton Madison, with the lesson on Consumer Needs and Consumer Problems being given by Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Mrs. J. M. Anderson. This fin- Gene and Jeanetto Hanna are spending a few days, with Mrs. Evelyn Earing and Mrs. George' Pettit while the mother is recuperating from an illness. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thornsen attended the wedding at the Covenant church at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon of Leonard Rogers, formerly of Lone Rock, to Blanch Madsen of Fort Dodge. They also attended the reception at the Wraywood club there. Mr. 'and Mrs. Earl Eheesfleld and Karen of Armstrong, My. and Mrs. Wayne Jacobson of Graettinger were Monday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. ' and \ Mrs. Wilfred Radig, along with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis of Lakota spent Tuesday in Mason City shopping and atr tending the Sub-State. Basketball tournament that evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson of Algona spent Tuesday afternoon at the Wm. Schrader home. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. O'Donnell and girls spent Thursday evening at the Sam McCleish 'home. Fred, Grace and Lizzie Meyer spent Monday evening visiting at the Frank Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. led Smith and son of Burt spent Thursday evening, at the E. E. Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates bf Algona, Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman of Hawkins, Wis., Lillian Stangl spent Wednesday afternoon at the Maynard Kueck home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz spent Thursday in MaSon City on business. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris spent- Monday afternoon at the H. W. Manns home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Frank Ffeig, Helen Sprank spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge. Rev. L. Kingma spent Thursday and Friday, Mar. 11 and 12 attending a Faith and Life Seminar at Sac City. Hostess fa Sweet & Harrison Club Swea Si Eagle—Swea ahd Harrison homemakers meet Wednesday, March 10 at, i p. m. 'at home of Mrs. Anna Dahl, assisting hei with serving lunch were" Mrs, Ed Peterson and Mrs. Martin iDahl Business was conducted by Harrison chairman, Mrs. Guy Woods Roll call, current event. Program Consumer Education, was presented by Mrs. Ed Peterson and Mrs. Virgil Jensen* 'i'wehty ladies attended. The women Were glad to have Mrs; Wood back home. She has been oh a "month's vacation trip visiting friends and relatives at St. Louis, Joplin, Mo., and Tulsa, Okla. The next meeting will be April 14 at home of Mrs. Loretta Morton. See Girls' Tourney The Grant high school basketball girls' team were in Des Moines March 5-6 to attend the girls' state basketball tournament. Ih the group Were Lois Angle, Phyllis • Huskamp, Patricia Jannsen, Nbrma Bodka, Fern Work, Evelyn Hutchison, Mildred Patterson, Darlene Engstrom and- Eunic'e Dontje. Their chaperon was Mrs. Alfred Zielske. Men who drove their cars to take • the girls were the girls' coach Donald DeWolf, Bob Huskamp, and Vernon Hutchison. '' &ltf 8r* Mi\ and M?s.-.Mym'6fld*-Mi!lr aftd Mrs. Miller, JnOther^Sf-ltotf fitfd Ray. of Buffalb Cent4t* ,Were ih Beatrice. Neb,, last. we"4k 'Monday until Friday. On .TOeMly/ March 9 they attended the" 60th weddlftg reception fof Mr, arid Mrs. Bert Pefferman at Ellis, Neb.-, held at the Methodist church at Ellis. Mr. Pefferman is a brother of Mrs. Raymond Miller, Changes On Farms Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosgreh moved from their farm Irtto town last Tuesday. Carl Rombolds, from a farm near Bancroft, moved onto Virgil Blomster's farm' ih Eagle township. William J, Qies are ,the new farm folks on fa'rm, v yacated by Harry Angles. The latter moved to Fairmont, Bapiisl Guild Hosiesses Mrs. Earl Preston, Mi's. Francis Torino and Mrs, .Virgil -Jensori were hostesses of the Baptist Ladies Guild Friday* afternoon. Mrs. Mamie Sperback' was ifi charge of program, a«dUet by Marciavmd Alctha JcnSon. Fred Dunn Succumbs Fred Dunn, 57. passed away March 6 at his home-in Forest City. Funeral services were, the following Monday, Mr. DUnn is a cousin of Fred and Henry McGregor and had. visited here many times. Mrs. Ervin_ Link , has been drawn by the Kossuth -/county nieltfe ., ' " r . mm JMy,;t tiMffJ'-iwJV™,,. daughm',.lmh home-Mi Wfeek^VatfttfoVlir'ip' 1ft IK§ aft\lMAftgel%Cam-', , ,,. , rf Stlf, ahd Mra, Em 1 51 O'^feen left Friday,la-visit relatives at Ltiuis* vllle, Kentucky, • "• ; < Esthe&Genfich returned Mbn* day Ip Cedar Falls wh'ete she is a sttideht at f6Wa State Teachers" college, she had spent a week at parental Walter Gehrleh'hOrHe,' i Mrs, Andrew" Berg had merti- beif 6f' her family in* for dihher Tuesday evehing ih honor of her husband's birthday. »Attending Were Clayton Roalsons, Elmer and Earl Bergs and'Mr, and Mrs, Merlin Berg of Fairmont, Minn, Lois Angle of ^Fairmont was a' recent visitor at the ErVin Lbhk home. 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