The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 12
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(la.) Upptt DM Mdtnat Thursday, Augutf 1, 195? New Highway Shrine Blessed A highway shrme. donated by the Algona chapter of C. D. of A. and recently erected on the southwest corner of St. Ann hospital's grounds, was Blessed during ceremonies Friday evInlngMsgr P. P Gearen, assisted by FT. Otto Dentlinger of St. Ann, officiated at the ceremony; evemng< MSgr ' v*,i iJP r< 1 ei & at ft e ntes . a | shown in the above photo, were sisters Mary Etheldreda, Mary oE 1 ' M I;y Marcelhne and Mary Georgia and Mrs W. A. Barry, Mrs Henry Holland, Mrs Mary Quinn, Mane Gearen, Mrs Kathnne^McEvoy, Mrs Vi Glaser, Mrs Nick Fisch, Mrs Mike Wagner, Minnie and Ada Schick, Mrs Mel Gfriffin, Kathleen Griffin, Josie McEvoy, Mrs Marie Kine Mrs Jam £,l Sh A lh r\ gt0 ?' AMrs ?. J. McEvoy, Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs Louis McEnroe and Phyllis Elbert n Jr M *?i u Al r ?^ ed necessary funds to purchase the shrine at various social activities A floodlight will be erected at the site later. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving) atiivuies. /* 130 At Reunion Of Old Settlers, Sunday, Grant Swea City — About 130 attended the Grant Old Settlers reunion Sunday afternoon at the Grant school. A memorial service honored former Grant residents who died during the year. They are Mrs Ray Sperbeck, Ely Anderson, and Mrs Hiko Karels, Swea City; H. L. Reed, Elmore; Mrs Charles Chambers, O'Neill, Nebraska; Leslie Speicher, Fairmont; Roy Hartshorn, Fenton; Mrs Art Farrington, Bancroft; and Mrs Edith Warner, Lehigh, Iowa. Music was f urnished by Mr and Mrs Elmer Isenberg, who sang a duet. Mrs Julia Taft, Fairmont, who settled in Grant in 1895, was honored as the earliest settler present at the reunion. Mrs Ada Montgomery of Colorado Springs came the greatest distance. Mrs H. L. Reed, Elmore, 79, was the oldest lady, and Charles Runyon, Spencer, 82, was the oldest man. Mr and Mrs Marcial Bartolo and eight children won the prize for the largest family present. Featured on the program was the Kitchen Klatter band, directed by Carol Miller, with Caren Ramse at the piano. Those taking part included Mrs Irvin Huskamp, Mrs Donald Mino, Mrs Delmar Anderson, Mrs Roy Val- vick, Mrs Wallace Reynolds, Mrs Orville Ramse, Mrs Roy Miller, and Mrs Verne Anderson. Between numbers by the band, Irvin, 1 Huskamp, impersonating ",H&a&, the Hired Man", entertained the audience, t '> Officers elected for the coming year include "Wallace Reynolds, president; Leonard Mino, vice president; Mrs Gordon Wescott, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs Roy Minp, Elmore, assistant secretary-treasurer. Mission Aid of Immanuel Lutheran church holds its annual guest day and flower show Thursday afternoon, "August 1, at 2:30. Barbara Keith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil Keith, Minneapolis, has been, visiting her grandmother, Mrs Ahna'Dahl. Mrs Don Harr and daughters Alison, Stephanie, and Pamela, are visiting at the home of Mrs Hair's parents, Mr and Mrs R, E. Berg. The Harrs, who have been living in Kansas City, are moving to Billings, Mont., where Dr Harr is entering medical practice. Judy Nelson of Mediapolis, la. is visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Art E. Anderson. Judy's brother, Jimmy, has been a recent visitor at the Anderson hope. Judy and Jim are the children of Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft, Mr and Mrs William Pech and Bob, Connie, and Bonnie vacationed last week at Leech Lake, returning Sunday. Preceding the softball game at the Swea City-bail diamond on August 3, there will be a donkey ball game, starting at 7:30. : Rodney Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Gifford Smith, suffered a broken arm Monday in a bicycle accident. Jackie Simmons of Algona visited last week at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Wayne Christensen, St.. Ann's Circle meets Thursday evening, August 1, at the fcome of Mrs WUflam Pech. Miss Ponna Hacker has accept«d a position as English instructor in the Swea City high school. "" is a graduate of the State rer^fy of Iowa, and taught at year at Inwood. Nine scouts will leave Sunday a week at. Boy Suout samp at Jtf OJwfooji, They are oan louse, Jerry Thompson, Larry — l ", Junior l^wmer, John and *W*%j*tl — #*•"» '•w ™* M* ^fij 9pA£ the Swea City Sweethearts 4-H club will be held August 5 at 7:30 at the School, with Mrs Maynard Jensen acting as judge. Mrs June Ewing is the leader. Demonstration teams are Sheila Osgood and Judith Pulver; and Denyse Seylar and Twila Pulver Mr and Mrs G. D. Curtis, and Mr and Mrs Frank Smouse and daughter Shirlee attended the Visner-Rhubee family reunion Sunday at Blue Earth Park. The AndersonrOlson-BerggrSh family reunion Sunday "at Reynolds park was attended by §6 relatives. vtsi attended the reunion Sunday at Representin generation were WU Anderson Is Head ASC Unit Reeled ed To Richard I. Anderson of Grant township was re-elected as chairman of the Kossuth county ASC committee at the annual convention of township ASC delegates in Algona on Saturday, July 27. George W, Wolf of Lu Verne township was re-elected vice chairman, and Andrew A. Fangman of Greenwod township was named third member of the county committee, Named as " first and second alternates of the' county committee were Andrew Reising of Wesley township and Donald Bollig of Seneca township. All were elected for a one-year term of office starting next Thursday, Aug. 1. All of the county committeemen are experienced farfrners who are familiar with ASC activities. As committeemen, they will be responsible for the operation on the county level of government farm programs dealing with price supports, acreage allotments, the soil bank and cost- sharing conservation. Their official duties will consist principally of' policy-making and decision-making functions in the administration of the programs. Robert Kemna OfOttosen Ames Graduate Ottown — Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna and daughter, Ann, at tended graduation exercises at Iowa State College in Ames Wednesday. Robert Kemna received his bachelor of science degree in vocational agriculture. That evening guests at the Kemna home fpr a picnic supper in observance of the occasion included Mr and Mrs John Mersch and Leo, Mr and Mrs Matt Mersch and family, Mr and Mrs Nick Merseh and family. Thursday Robert Kemna left for McGregor where he is employed as vocational .agricjture teacher at the McGregor high school. guests will leave for a vacation trip to southern California where they will visit relatives. They plan to be gone about three weeks. Other weekend visitors at the Mountain home were Mr and Mrs Walter Jaeckel and children of Milwaukee, Wis. Church Vacation During the month of August there will 'be no Sunday school or Sunday morning services at the Trinity Lutheran church while Rev. and Mrs Mountain are on vacation. Beginning Sept. 1 services will be at the regular time with Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and Divine Worship at 10:30 a.m. Confirmation class will meet again on Saturday, Aug. 31. Previous to this time the members of the class will be contacted and given their material for the corning year. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem left Tuesday for San Diego, Cal. where they will visit relatives and also attend the wedding of Mrs Watnem's niece. They plan to be gone about two weeks. Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf returned home Monday- following a weekend visit at the Donald Wehring home in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Keith Daniel and family of Boxholm and Hazel Waters of Fort Dodge spent Sun* day with his parents, Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Mary Coyle in Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Orville Ellingson and family of Mason City were Friday visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family spent Sunday evening at the Olvin Haug home. Mr and Mrs Harold Kropf of Dakota City spent Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Larry and Marion Kropf remained for a week's visit. Delbert Wehrspann, who is working with a construction crew near Callander and Edwin McLuen of Fort Dodge spent the weekend at the home of Delbert's parents, Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann. Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Stratford were Sunday guests at the Knut Oppedahl home. They also visited at the Eugene Hofius and John Vinaas homes. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain returned home Friday from Northfield, Minn where they attended the Theological Conference held at St. Olaf college. Pastor Mountain's mother, Mrs Alice Mountain, of Sacramento, Cal., who has been visiting here, aecojtnpsnied them. They drove to Minneapolis to meet Mrs Moun* tain's mother, Mrs Oscar parson of Leeds, NO. Dak. Monday morning the Mountains and their MO Art Metal executive Posture €h«fr t Pomre iupp<mlng back fcUxtf when yow want to fel»*. 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