6-Aleona (la.) Upper DM Malnw thurtdoy, May 27, 1965 3 Lettermen On AHS Baseball Team Coach Keith Christie officially opened baseball practice at Algona high school recently, with three lettertnen listed among his squad of 17 players. Letterwlnners, all seniors, on the club are Dan Gilmore, catcher-out-fielder who led the club In batting a year ago with a .365 mark (and he struck out only six times); Steve Hardy, mirier who posted a 7-0 won- lost mark in 1964; and Skip Perkins, outfielder who batted only .223 but led the club In runs scored with 17. Juniors on the roster are Dave Martin, outfielder; Larry Scobba, pitcher; Gary Barr, outfielder-pitcher; Bill Farnham, first baseman; Mark Conn, second baseman; Dennis Brel- dert, third baseman; Dale Teeter, who can play first, shortstop or catcher; and Brad Kraft, pitcher and utility. Sophomores are Craig Espe, pitcher; Tom Claude, second baseman and shortstop; Bob Farnham, third baseman; and Bill Boldrldge, outfielder; while freshmen are Roger Meyer, third baseman and shortstop; and Roger Barr, second baseman. Christie will have to do quite a rebuilding job If he is to field a club capable of holding its own while playing a 20-game slate of games. Included are seven North Central Conference contests. Here is the complete schedule, with starting times of games: June 1 - At Britt, 8 June 4 - Webster City, 6:30 June 8 - At Eagle Grove, 8 June 9 - At LuVerne, 6 June 11 - At Hampton, 6:30 June 14 - West Bend, 6:30 June 15 - Clear Lake,6:30 June 18 - Clarion, 6:30 June 22 - At Iowa Falls June 23 - LuVerne, 6:30 June 25 - At Humboldt, 5 June 29 - At Ft. Dodge June 30 - Eagle Grove, 6:30 July 2 - At Belmond, 8 July 5 - At Clarion, 5 July 6 - Woden-Crystal Lake, 6:30 July 16 - At West Bend, 8 July 20 - Humboldt, 6:30 July 23 - Burt, 6:30 July 30 - At Burt, 6:30 A schedule has also been arranged for the fresh-sophs: June 10 - Humboldt, 4:30 June 14 - At Eagle Grove, 4 June 16 - At Clarion, 5 June 21 - At Clear Lake, 5 June 24 - At Humboldt, 4 July 1 - Eagle Grove, 5 July 19 - Clear Lake, 5 The varsity Sectional Baseball Tournament will be held July 7-14, and the District Tournament is slated July 1623. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms were among those attending baccalaureate at Burt high school Sunday evening. Patricia Woltz, Mary and David Harms were among those in the 1965 class. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were Sunday dinner guests in the Alvin Andreasen home. "Two things indicate weakness - to be silent when it is proper to speak, and to speak when it is proper to be silent." Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Raney of Livermore were Sunday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Fisher of Titonka were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. John Von Bank, Algona. Mr. Wood went up north fishing. Cancer Donations $128, Lotts Creek Letts Creek Township responded with $128.05 to the 1965 Cancer drive. This year's chairman was M. P. Schormann who secured the help of the following workers: Mrs. Duane Metzger, Mrs. James Bierstedt, Mrs. Harold Feye, Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mr. Noah Reisner, Mrs. Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Roscoe Fuoss, Mrs. Phil Eischen, Mrs. Wm. Hannover, and Mrs. George Streit. All collections were turned in to Fred Diekman at the Security State Bank in Algona. "Used to be (he perfect gift for an 18-year-old was a compact. It still is—If II has four wheels." SWEA-EAGLE By Mn. Kenneth Brones Floyd Montgomery received a badly smashed finger Friday while working on machinery at Deltering Implement at Bancroft. The axle of a machine fell on the ring finger of his left hand, mashing the finger and taking the nail off. He was treated by a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen of Ames visited Sister Mary Geralyn at Dubuque Sunday. Jerald and Sandra Sullivan took first communion Sunday at St. Mary's church a} Armstrong. Dinner guests at the Sullivan home In honor of the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Salic of Guckeen, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krumholz and family all of Fairmont and Bernard Sullivan of Guckeen. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse attended the confirmation of Michael Mortensen, son of the Vern Mortensens at Hutchison, Minn. Sunday. Sunday at the Roy Andersons were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ditsworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson of Armstrong. Mrs. Ed Frerichs and daughter called on Mrs. Herb Papenfuhs and Mrs. Eugene Papenfuhs at Esthervllle Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer and ttjnlly attended, a ^mUy.,dinner at tha.home of hex brother,.Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Lodden at Humbolt. Mrs. Virgil Jensen spent last week at Rochester for a checkup at the Mayo Clinic. Saturday callers at the Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Plngel and Mrs. Dick Krumm and Mary Kay of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and children and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Patterson, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Richardson, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Mac Dov/ell and family, Fort Dodge and Marlene Moore, Buffalo Center, were Sunday dinner guests at the Herb Patterson home at Buffalo Center for his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pearson became parents of a baby son, Gregory Alan, April 29, at Fort Rutger, Alabama. He weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson are the baby's grandparents. The Everett Rippentrops were Sunday evening victors at.the home of their son, the Gene Rippentrops at Truman, Minn, and Saturday evening visited at the Homer Heuriksen home at Rlngsted, Ricky, son of the Floyd Brek- kes and Brian, son of the Michael Kennedys received their first communion Sunday at St. Mary's Church at Armstrong and were honored at the Kennedy home with guests for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Inglet and family of Ledyard were Sunday guests at the Carl Schauberger home for the 1st communion of Shirley at Armstrong. Mrs. Tom Preston entertained Friday coffee in honor of her mother, Mrs. Sam Link's birthday. Guests Included Mrs. Martin Tokheim and Mrs. Lars Skaar, sisters of Mrs. Link, and Mrs. Sid Payne and Mrs. Irvln Link. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koous and family were Sunday guests at the home of his brother and family, the Don Koons at Estherville. •\Mrs. Jim Koons, Eagle township Cancer chairman, reports receipts of $61 for the township. Mrs. Mervin Johnson is Cancer chairman for Swea township and due to circumstances two solicitors were unable to complete their areas. Mrs. Johnson asks anyone who was not contacted and wishes to donate to this worthwhile cause, to send their contributions to her. Team workers in Swea township were Mrs. Reuben Holcomb, Mrs. Elviu Swan- sou, Mrs. Darold Bishop, Mrs. Tom Preston and Mrs. Robert Monson. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery entertained Tuesday afternoon at her home with guests Mmes. Wallace Reynolds. Georee Harner, Dick Shoenhalr, Roger Lindell, Reuben Holcomb, and Beverly Eggerth. Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Harner showed paintings they had done. The three have been interested in art for some time. HOSPITAL NEWS May 18 - Admitted: Carrie Durant, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Durwood Rutledge and baby, Joseph Courtney, Algona; Charles Plathe, Bode. May 19 - Admitted: Clarice Doubek, Fenton, medical; dismissed: Emil Carlson, Jeanette Vlgdal, Maurice Graham, Algona; John Origer, Bode. May 20 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. John, Irvington, girl, 6 Ibs., 8 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Fenton, girl, 4 Ibs., 11 oz.; admitted: John Penton, Algona, T & A; Daniel Bauer, Whittemore, T & A; Mrs. Joe Loebach, Whittemore, medical; Father Peter Stahl, Algona, medical; dismissed: Carrie Durant, Harry Godden, Algona; Clarice Doubek, Fenton. May 21 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Altman, Irvington, girl, 8 Ibs., 9 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Daniel Shey, Algona, medical; dismissed: John Frell- inger, Livermore; John Penton, Mrs. Carroll Sabin and baby, Mrs. Marilyn DeValols, baby Kathryn Huen, Algona; Daniel Bauer, Whittemore. May 22 - Birth: Michael Prothman, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 10 oz. May 23- Admitted: Guy Stokes, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Marie King, Mrs. Arlene Christensen, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Daniel Shey and baby, Mrs. Gladys William, Algona. May 24 - Admitted: Gordon Hall, Algona, medical; Mrs. Louise Hall, Algona, medical; John Van Hise, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Richard St. John and baby, Irvington; Father Peter Stahl, Mrs. Violet Walker, Algona; Mrs. Kenneth Krause and baby, Fenton. 20 Named At Burt To New Honor Society BURT - A National Honor Society chapter was formed at the Burt school and the initial induction ceremony was held on Friday evening, May 21, at the school in conjunction with 8th grade graduation exercises. Initiated into the Society and selected by the high school faculty were: Mary Harms, Robert Lovstad, Jean Mescher, Robert Ortman, Patsy Zwlefel, Duane Peter, Jane Barslou, Jean Wood, Nancy Ackerman, Douglas Black, Paulette Arend, Merwyn Cunningham, Jr., Diane Hoppus, Linda Fairbanks, Judy Larson, Joe Fries, Judy Larsen, Victoria Koestler, Diann Miller and Clint Patterson. Officers elected were: Douglas Black, president; Duane Peter, vice president; Linda Fairbanks, secretary; Nancy Becker, treasurer. Chapter advisors will be the high school principal, Fred Hilton and Mrs. Erna Grover. Rev. Wm. Scheer addressed the 22 members of the 8th grade who were awarded diplomas on Friday evening. Receiving diplomas were: Howard Batt, Jr., Craig Lauritson, Janet Becker, Wayne Lavrenz, Jeanine Chafee, Mark Mawdsley, Steven Grubb, Alan Mescher, Kenneth Hawcott, Kathleen Patterson, Patricia Hlldman, Diane Person, Valarie Holding, Steven Scheer, Ardis Johnson, Valarie Schenck, Kathryn Lappe, Patricia Schfader, Donna Larsen, Patricia Snler- born, Jayne Larsen and Cinda Weber. 60 Attend Burt Brownie Scout Program BURT - The Burt Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts were hosts at a Tea honoring their mothers. Approximately 60 girls and guests attended. A program presented by the girls Included a Welcome, a Horse Shoe ceremony, Flag ceremony, songs and skits. Mrs. Russell Patterson, leader of the Junior Scouts, presided at the Court of Awards that followed the program. Leaders attending were Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. George Becker, Mrs. James Fries, Mrs. Lucille Behrends and Mrs. Bobby Grubb. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cook spent Sunday at the home of her sister and family, the Ralph Bartletts, Charles City. They also called on Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, Burt, who is hospitalized at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, the Harold Beckers, the Frank Beckers, and the Roscoe Mawdsley, Jrs. attended commencement exercises at Lu- Verne and a reception at the Thees Schnakenberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duane spent Sunday at Wells, Minnesota. They also visited Mrs. Hinckley's sister, a patient at St. Joseph's hospital, Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton spent the past weekend with^the former's sister, Mrs. Nellie Hartman, Waverly, la. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott and Kenneth spent Saturday and Sunday with former Burt residents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Madsen and family at George, Iowa. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting ot the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall, City of Algona, la., May 3, 1965, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: O. B. Harmes,. Melvin Bay, T. Jamas Palmar,Supt. and Ira Kohl, Sec. Absent was: Buchanan. O. B. Harmes was named President Pro Tern. The minutes of the meeting of Apr. 15, 1965, were read and approved. Motion by Harmes, seconded by Bay, that the vouchers pay able be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Harmes and Bay. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND Pay Roll, Pay roll 1,896.97 jerry Puffer, Salary 177,37 Cecil Koepke, Salary 215.28 Duane Hanna, Salary 168.04 Jackie Davis, ' Salary 140.06 Milton 0. Bilyeu, Labor 239.68 Mervln Hentges, Labor 190.52 Wilbur E. Bruner, Labor 170.56 Brian Hike, Labor 159.06 John Wood, Labor 139.10 Iowa State Bank, Tax , , 433,00 Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax 318.00 RicHef's In«., Insurance 63.23 North C*n. tub. S«r., Oft* 8,115.94 Diesel Ser. Co., Fuel Oil 1,820.03 Cooper-Bessemer Corp., Supplies 336.63 Cowan Corp., Service 17.00 Ind. Towel Si Uniform Ser., Service 14.20 Nalco Chem. Co., Supplies 120.90 Standard Oil Co., Fuel OH 15.92 Cook's Welders, Supplies 6.12 Coast to coast, Supplies 3.28 Northland Elec. Supp. Co., Supplies 265.83 Iowa Elec. Supp. Co., Supplies . . , . 44.97 Terry-Durln Co., Supplies 95.87 Oraybar Elec. Co., Supplies 27,23 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 7.76 Pratt Elec. Co., Supplies 5.42 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Repairs 27.54 Cont, Safety Eqpt. Co., Supplies 12.80 Laing's Plumbing, Repairs 6.70 West Chem. Prod. Co., Supplies 47.00 Spencer Groc, Co., Supplies 76.62 Taylor Motor Co., Repairs 29.22 Hutzell's, Supplies 91.21 Advance Pub. Co., Publishing 167.12 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Publishing 117.87 Teachout Signs, Service 25.00 Algona Reminder, Publishing 50.05 KLGA Radio, Adv 44.85 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Service 70.18 Petty Cash, Mlsc 17.92 West. Elec. Supp. Co., Supplies 155.65 WATER FUND Pay Roll, Pay Roll 416.69 Walter Peterson, Labor 188.96 Maurice Krebsbach, Labor 146.90 Iowa State Bank, Tax 74.00 Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax 47.11 Cook's ^Wejders,,, ,„,.._ , ,^ Supplies'';'^.... .'VvS'. . . . 41.00 Nalco Chem. Co., Supplies 54.00 Waterous Co., Supplies 1,019.74 Neptune Meter Co., Supplies 489.68 Water Tower Paint & Repair Co., Contract 665.00 Northland Elec. Supp. Co., Supplies 33.31 Greenberg's, Repairs 8.30 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 5.48 Petty Cash, Misc 14.89 DEPOSIT FUND Frankl's 66, et al, Refund 210.00 A resolution was passed, approved and adopted for the extension of the Power Contract with Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. A resolution was passed, approved and adopted for an electric service agreement with Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. A list of uncollectible accounts, to be taken from the active ledger and placed on the inactive ledger, then placed with a collection agency, was approved. Next meeting date was set for May 17, 1965, at 12:01 o'clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. /a/ Ira Kohl Secretary /s/ O. B. Harmes President Pro Tern THE RACING SEASON IS HERE HEAR RACER'S ROUNDUP Fridays 5:15 - 5:30 p. m. RACER'S ROUNDUP RETURNS TO KLGA FOR ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SEASON Hear The Latest About The Sport Of Racing And News About Your Favorite Racer ON KLGA RADIO 1600 - ALGONA »t HOODS !N ALGONA PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thurtdoy, May 47, 1963 Alaona (la.) Upptr DM MeIn»t-7 MiiiniiiifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM AROUND ALGONA iiiiiiiiiiiffliiiniiiiiiiiHiiniiiniiiiiiiw^ CtCW.INC GOOD VALUE quart iar SAIAD DRE&IN6 KARAVAN MANDARIN ORANGES 5 "or. $1 fin Cam I lUU S • M HUNT'S VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans 5 No. 2 Cans 89 COCA COLA (Plus Bottl* Deposit) 6 ^ 29 A\V»* BLUE STAR - Twin Pale POTATO CHIPS 39 Regular 59c 11 oz. bag FRUIT COCKTAIL Str'1.00 minti rv SOCKTAlt U, S. CHOICE BEEF ROAST j ^m Z'r -:•&' PAGE - Asst'd. 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Wonderful for those who dislike the rubber thong between their toes, each pair 49< sizes for all of the family SUNKIST LEMONS SWEETHEART TOMATOES 29 C Tube of Four WASHINGTON STATE DELICIOUS APPLES 3 us. 49° by Janet Campbell GRILLED POT ROAST Freezer Frozen ALL MEAT • WEINERS I lb.49c [ __ • Morrell's • CANNED j PICNICS : 3 Ib. can $1.89 i BY RUTH SHIERK THE GOODWILL truck will be In Algona June 7. Chairmen of this project are Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey, 819 S. Minnesota street. GUILD CIRCLE of the Presbyterian church entertained the graduating senior girls of Algona high school as their guests at a potluck supper at the church Monday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Pomplun and Mrs. W. Colwell, with Mrs. Joe Skow In charge of the program* AT A MEETING of the Wesleyan Guild Monday evening at the Methodist church, dinner was served at 6:30. Life memberships were awarded to Neva Steven and Bernetas Lynk. Mrs. George Wolf Installed the new officers, who Included Mrs. Vera Graham, president; Eleanor Hutzell, vice-president; LoraSeger, recording secretary; Bernetas Lynk, treasurer. Various chairmen were also Installed. Accepted into church membership by transfer were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snedden. They moved to Algona from Spencer about April 1. Mr. Snedden is associated with Equitable Life oflowa. The couple has a two-year old daughter, Jody. NEW OFFICERS of CD.A. were recently elected. Included were Matilda Ristau, grand regent; Mildred Winkel, vice-regent; Bridgett Smith, prophe- tress; Ruth Carman, secretary; Judy Dlekmann, treasurer; Carol Gotten, historian, Fidelia Hibbs, sentinel; Cyrilla Slefrlt, monitor, and Dolores Winkel, organist. Continuing as lecturer is Mary Wiltgen. New trustees, to serve for three years, are Luella Murphy and Pat Gilbride; for two years, Pat Watson and Irene Nitchals; and for one year, Corrlnne Lalng and Doris McEvoy. These off leers and trustees will be installed by Mary Bode of Wesley at the installation following a 6:30 dinner at St. Cecelia's Academy June 10. Retiring regent is Luella Murphy. MRS. MELVIN Bourne left today (Thurs.) for Boulder, Colo, where she will meet her son, Bill, sho has been a student at i Vhe University pt Colorado this | past semester .'He will return to | Algona with his mother, but his I plans for the summer are as yet I indefinite. En route, Mrs. Bourne i will visit their daughter Barj bara and family, Mr. and Mrs. I David Haggart In Omaha. I GUESTS Saturday of Margaret 1 Durant were Mrs. L. E. Saba, English teacher at Swea City, I and four of her students. They I Included Debbie Goraczkowskl, I Janey Hurlburt, Jacque Drew and [ Kathy Fagerlund. The interview j was part of a project on contem- I porary Iowa writers. 4 pounds boneless chuck, IVfc inches thick 3 tbsp. flour 1 tbsp. brown sugar 1 tap. salt >£ tsp. dry mustard % cup catsup % tbsp, Worcestershire sauce 1 tbsp. vinegar Brown roast slowly over hot coals, about 20 to 30 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Combine flour, sugar, salt, mustard, catsup, Worcestershire sauce, and vinegar to make a sauce. Fold a 5-foot length of aluminum foil in half. Spoon half of sauce in center of foil. Place meat on top and cover with remaining sauce. Fold foil over and seal securely; bake over slow coals (have a double thickness of foil on grill) IVt to 2 hours or until tender. Make 6 servings. BEEF STEAKS j Total l!/4 Lbs. Net • Quick — Convenient • Package S 10 For 89 C j •••••••••iie8iii i9B99VB9VBB9iillBIIBB10BIBBB|||||||0gvll91|A p 99VPBk SUPER UALU : ll9li , MR. AND MRS. Randall Shierk and children of Minneapolis arrived Friday to attend the wedding of Particla Peterson and Stephen Ostrum Saturday. Mrs. Shierk Is remaining for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn and Mr. Shierk, son of Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Jr., will return for his family this weekend. i /> GUESTS LAST weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sargeant of Sioux City. Their son, Doug, student at the State University at Ames, is expected home Friday for the summer. He will be employed at the swimming pool. GUESTS THIS weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Neary of Omaha, who are here to attend the graduation from Garrigan of Connie Cassel. Mlch- ele, their elder daughter, student this year at St. Theresa's In Winona, Minn, finished her semester a week ago and has been visiting her grandparents. She will return with them this weekend. MR. AND MRS. Sheridan Cook will spend the weekend at Willmar, Minn., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Verne McClure spent last weekend in Des Moines where they attended a class reunion at Iowa Methodist hospital. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlnken Is his aunt, Mrs. Walter Storm of Altadeaa, Cal., who is spending a couple of weeks here. The family will celebrate the tenth birthday of their daughter, Mary, Friday, withaparty at which classmates and friends will be guests. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Parrish and family will spend this weekend at Charier C'y, where they will visit tlieit )n5pective parents, Mrs. T. M. Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gates. SALLY SCHENCK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schenck, observed her Kth birthday May 18. Guests were Martha Becker, Shelly Bernardo, Sheryl Cook, Cheryl Knoer, Diane Lalller, Becky Lemkee, Julie Limbaugh, Wanda Metzger, Marth Nash, Debbie Purcell, Linda Struecker, Kathy Weber,. Marsha Wagner, Connie Will and the honoree's sisters, Lisa and Loanne. JERRY AND JEFF Sampson, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson, have betu 111 v/li the chicken pox. MRS. PHIL Kohlhaas ."9cently returned from the eatt where she visited her sons and families, Dean, Bob and Vernon in Washington, D.C., and Phil at Richmond, Virginia. She was gone about six weeks. On her return trip she traveled by jet to Minneapolis, where she spent Mother's Day with her daughter, Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Livedalen. ROSE SCANLAN, Leona Slemer, Rosella Volgt and Marie Pavick of Pocahontas left last Sunday and are on a two-week vacation. DR. KARL Hoffman left last Wednesday to spend a month In the east. He participated In the National Golf Tournament In Washington, D.C. where he also visited the sons of Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas. He will visit his daughter, Joan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen De Crane, in New York City. TOM DOOLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. BUI Dooley of West Bend and a nephew of Mrs. Dan Engesser, received his minor Jesuit orders recently at Fusz Memorial College, St. Louis. BEL CANTO Music Club met yesterday (Wed.) at the home of Mrs. Melvin Bourne for luncheon. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. H. W. Pletch, Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. W. M. Anderson. In addition to annual reports and election of officers, a short program oh the World's Fair was presented. ' DR. AND MRS. J. B..Harris, Jr., left yesterday ( Wed.) with their three children on a vacation trip to the east coast. They will spend several days InWash-- Ington, D.C., travel the coast and spend several days In New York City and at the World's Fair. They expect to be gone about three weeks. MR. AND MRS. Jim Oberwetter are parents of a daughter, Jill, 5 Ibs., 6 oz. Grandparents for the first time are Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Oberwetter, Adel, former Algonanas. MR. AND MRS. E. L. Garbett attended a music recital at Emmetsburg Thursday evening in which their granddaughter, Cathy Stegman, took part. MRS. DANIEL Bray, accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Lucey, spent Monday in St. Paul, where they visited their daughters, Patty and Betty Bray and Mary Lucey. The group attended a tea for alumni and daughters at St. Catherine's. The girls, all students at the school, expect to be home some time next week, One Of 3 Hurt Out Of Hospital FENTON - John Struecker, one of three men injured in a car- tractor crash north of Fenton last week, and reported in Tuesday's UDM, was released from the Estherville hospital and returned home Sunday. Eldon Duncan and Leroy Jacobsen are still hospitalized there. Duncan, with a badly broken leg, will probably be a patient for two or three months. Jacobsen is expected to be able to return home fairly soon. Ledyard Memorial LEDYARD - Memorial Day will be observed on Sunday with the program at the school to begin a 1 p. m. followed by services at the town park. The activities will be under the direction of the Matzener-Estle American Legion Post #675. Cap Ledyard Nurse juEDYARL- - Marsha Orvick, student nurse at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea, Minn., will be among those capped at 'special exercises on Thursday evening, May 27, at eight o'clock. Marsha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Orvick.
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