The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
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Spteial Baptism Special baptismal services were held Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church for James, son of. Mr and Mrs .Hugh Black, Kathleen and Carol, children of Mr and Mrs Wade Black, Sheri, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Diekman, Gregory, son of Mr and Mrs Roger Hanson, Kevin, son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Ireland, Vicki, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth McBride, Gary, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller, Christine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Darrel Mosher, Alan, Rebecca, Charles, Handy and Sandra, children of Mr and Mrs Ray Ross, Shelley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck, Jerry, son of Mr and Mrs Truman Shackelford, Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Russell Shiplcr, Dean, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Simpson, Eileen, daughter of Mr a.nd Mrs Glenn Smith, Sonya, daughter of Mr and Mrs Willard Snustad, William, son of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Strohman and Sandra, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Wallburg. Congregational Ladies Circles of Congregational Fellowship will meet Apr. 21 as follows — Mary and Martha, a joint meeting at 8 o'clock in the church dining room; Naomi at 1:15 with Mrs Harold Cowan; Rebecca at 1:15 with Mrs Pearl Potter; Ruth at 1:15 with Mrs M. G. Bourne. Presbyterian Women U.P.O. women will meet Thursday, April 21 for a luncheon at 1:15 o'clock. Devotions will be given by Mrs Leon Martin. The program "Conversations on Town an* Country" will be given by Mrs Clifford Etherington. B. fa P. Women Elect — The Algona Business and Professional Women met at the Algona Hotel t Cor their monthly meeting and dinner on Tuesday, April 12th. New officers were elected for the year 'GO-'G1. They are: Monica Storr, president; Dorothy Cogley, vice president; Hazel Parrott, recording secretary; Helen Klein, treasurer; and Kathleen Griffin, corresponding secretary. The program conducted by Mary Hays, Hazel Parrott and Elva Ewoldt. consisted of a film and discussion on "Ilow to Use Your Leisure Time". W. S. C. S. Meetings W. S. C. S. circles of the Methodist church will meet Apr. 21 as follows — Sept., with Mrs John Schutler; Oct. with Mrs Max Miller; Nov. with Mrs William Steele; Dec. with Mrs Sam Shiplcr; Jan. with Mrs Chester Schoby; Feb. with Mrs Ed Mino, 401 S. Minnesota St.; Mar. With Mrs Ralph Donovan^ April with Mrs Russell Cook; May at Fireside Room; June — 0 o'clock at Fireside Rodtn. Firsl Baptist Women of the First Baptist hurch wUl meet Apr. 21. Hostesses will belMrs J. R. Fountain, Mrs Clco Black, and Mrs Mclvin Abbas. Scripture reading will be given by Mrs Waller Steven. Mrs Richards Host Mrs Ralph Richards entertained her Junior B.Y. members at an Easter party Friday afternoon. Confirmation Dinners Honor Four At Lakof a Cards At Morcks Mrs Carl Morck Jr., entertained her bridge club members Wednesday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs Richard Norton, second high by Mrs Leighlon Misbach and low by Mrs Gerald Ferris. Birthday Wednesday Mrs James Utt is observing a birthday anniversary Wednesday and will have as guest Mrs David King. ENDS TONIGHT (WED,) "WHO WAS THAT LADY?" ALGONA THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ALSO SHOWN SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2:00 2 NEW EXCITING FEATURES ! ALL NEW! FORGOTTEN WORLDS OF ADVENTURE I ZARZAN &^ THE APE MAN TECHNICOLOR' DENNY MILLER as TARZAN SECOND ACTION-PACKED FEATURE It started where civilization stopped I SUNDAY AND MONDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. unconventional "once more, with feeling!" love affair That'll brinq the/ house down witfi lauahter / / YUL BRYNNf R KAY Kf NDALL "ONCE~MORE WITH FEELING" ™Oi GREGORY RATOff Lakoia —Sunday dinner guests cl the Otto Hert/ke home honoring Jerald on his confirmation were Mr and Mrs Everett Sleper, Mr and Mrs Paul Herlzke, Mr and Mrs Maynard Hertzke and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Hertzke and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Hertzke and son, Mr and Mrs Ed Sheldahl and family, Mr and Mrs Harlan Hertzke and sons of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Fred Stecker. Confirmation dinner guests at the Otto Karels home on Sunday honoring Linda Karels were Mr and Mrs John Karels of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost, Minn., Mr and Mrs Hollis Beadle of Swea City, John Schuelcr, Judy, Roger and Michael of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Edward Hammond and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs James Van Hove and daughters of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Orris Cushman and family of Buffalo Center. Sunday guests at the Fred Bauman home honoring Karen Bauman on her confirmation were Mr and Mrs Jack Eisenbauer and family of Buffalo Center, Lorraine Christ, Mr and Mrs Will Bauman, Mr and Mrs Ernest Bauman and family, Hanlontown, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bauman and family of Elmore and Mr and Mrs Ronald Bauman and family of Wells, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clarence Schwarz spent Sunday at the St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., with Neil Smith, a recent surgical patient there while his mother, Mrs Roland Smith, Jr., spent the day at Lakota and attended the confirmation services at the Lutheran church here in which her son, Mark, was a con- firmee. Mrs Smith returned to Rochester Sunday evening. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THIEVES Bierle and Mrs Lucille Ley gnve the lesson. Mrs Polly Gcrzcma showed pictures. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs John A. Dorenbush wore Sunday evening visitors at the Harold Michaelson home in Lake Mills. Scoutmasters Gottlieb Rieffer and Cecil Anderson took the following Boy Scouts to Elmore Monday to see the shcfcv. "White Wilderness", Clare Barrett, Charold Barrett, Jim Rose, Mike Campbell, Barrel C 1 a b a u g h, Mark Hamilton, Gary Anderson. Virgil Lewis, Dean Koppen, Paul Kruse, Donald Ukena and Eugene Paulson. After school guests on Friday at the Lawrence Lewis home in honor of Patty Lewis' 9lh birthday were her teacher, Miss Tor- cncc and friends, Rhonda Sleper Glencla Hertzke, Diane Miller Barbara Bauman, Sally Jenkins Penny Countryman, Rena Steele, Jan Meurer, Becky Beemer and Cindy Weringa. The Lakota Band Mothers met Monday evening. It was decided to hold a bake sale and serve lunch April 30 at the city hall Election of officers will be held next month and Mrs P. C. Geilcn- feldl and Mrs Alvin Boettcher were selected as the nominating committee. Lunch was servcc by Arlowe Erdahl, Mrs W. D Ley and Mrs Ronald Heetland. Mrs Hugh Lewis and Mr and Mrs Carl Gerzcma attended the funeral services for A. K. Fedge at Ackley Monday. Mr Fedge was with Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. here 23 years ago. Mike Stecker was host to the boys of the first grade class on his seventh birthday at a party Wednesday evening at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Stanley Stecker. "Tartan The Ape Man" coming to the Algona Theatre Thursday thru Saturday Tuesday, April 19, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Des Stanley Vodraska, son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska, student at St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn, arrived at the parental home Saturday to spend the Easter vacation. Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and family of Sioux City, arrived Friday for the weekend. Missionary Here Rev. Ronald C. Bishop, returned Nazarene missionary to British Honduras, will conduct a special missionary service in the Algona church of the Nazarene this Saturday evening, beginning at 7:30. Rev. Jack W. Clark, pastor of the local church, wishes to extend a most cordial invitation to all to attend this special missionary service. Funl COLOR CARTOON And "MAJESTIC ISLAND" - PLUS COLOR CARTOON - Saturday night and Sunday guests at the V. A. Barrett home were Mr and Mrs Frank Fitzgerald of Lime Springs, Mrs Alen Elders and Raymond of Flideway, Lurene Barrett and Alan Hiscock of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Henry Dontje entertained at dinner on Sunday, Mr and Mrs Ray Hintz and family of Lone Rock and Mrs Wilma McKinnon and Nancy of Ledyard. At special services held at the Ramsey Reformed church Sunday morning, 13 persons were received into membership, as follows, William Smidt, Mary Bcen- kcn, Nancy Boeckholt, Shirley Gray, Lois Harms, Carolyn Risius, Karen Van Hove, John Cordes, Ronald Folkerts, Vernon McGregor, Glen Meyer, Gary Risius and Larry Tapper. Monday evening visitors at the Vincent Miller home were Mr and Mrs Ed Miller and son of Granada, Minn., and Mrs Rex Larson and Monty of Lakota. Mrs Fred Mabus was a patient in the Buffalo Center hospital from Friday through Monday. Mr and Mrs Fred Bauman were honored Friday evening at their home on their birthdays. Guests were Mr and Mrs Will Bauman, Mr and Mrs Arlie Meyers and family of Leland, Mr and Mrs Bruno Steeker and family of Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ernest Eichenberger and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Eisenberger and family of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs LaMont Koppen and family of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Henry darken and family were Sunday guests at the E, J. McCabe home at Clare. Mrs Fred Bauman was hostess to the Lakota Garden Club Tuesday afternoon. . Sheila Stenzel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Stenzel, underwent a tonsillectomy at the Blue Earth hospital Friday. Audrey Ruby, accompanied by two friends, Mildred Coughion and Florence Kei'fer, went to Minneapolis for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Ray Hinz and family of Lone Rock and Mrs Wilma McKinnon and Nancy of Ledyard were Sunday guests at the Henry Dontje home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Patterson of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Ronald Richardson. Beryl Tjaden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Steve Tjaden, student at Waldorf College at Forest City, arrived Wednesday to spend the Easter vacation. The U.P.W. met Thursday afternoon. Hostesses were Ruth Clapper, Polly Gerzema, Mae Roserieau and Mary Telkamp. A clarinet trio, Carman Cook, Marilyn Rippentrop and Clare Bar- pelt played; Clare Barrett played .a tflarinet solo; Easter devotions were conducted by Lucille 30 YEARS Rev. and Mrs S. J. Meyer ot Rock Rapids, were honored recently for the pastor's 30 years in the ministry. Housewarming By Neighbors For Wegeners Seneca — Neighbors of the Marlin Wegeners held a housewarming for them Monday evening. Present for the occasion were Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft. Mr and Mrs Dick Looft of Des Moines visited from Friday until Sunday at the Henry Looft home. They were joined Sunday by Mr and Mrs Jack Looft and Tommy of Rochester, Minn, and Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona. Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of Estherville were Saturday dinner guests of the Martin Wilbergs. ' Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis Easter Sunday. was there on Robert Burl had charge of the entertainment. The next meeting date has been changed to May 10. Mrs Roy Hinz will be the hostess. Janice Osborn has accepted a job doing secretarial work at Railway Motors at Fairmont. She recently completed a course at Mankato Commercial College. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch are parents of a baby girl born Tuesday April 5 at the St. Ann hospital at Algona. She weighed eight pounds and seven ounces. The Lynchs now have a family of nine children, six boys and three girls. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen attended confirmation services at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City, Palm Sunday. Their grandson Wayne Preston, son of the Howard Prestons was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen and Debby were Sunday afternoon callers at the Harry Vahl- dieck home at High Lake, near Wallingford. Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont was a Sunday caller at the Fred Johannesens. She had attended the confirmation of a grandniece, Nancy Presthus, in the morning and had been a dinner guest of the Lawrence Presthus in honor of the occasion. Raymond Wilberg and Eugene Gardner, students at Ari.'.nna State University, are --oendinu Easter vacation at the home of their respective parents, the Martin Wilbergs and the Raymond Gardners. Mr rind Mrs Ole Peder.sen accompanied Mi - Da It. 1 Lorn; and Ardith to Orange City. Sunday, where they visited at the Dr. K. J. Hassebroek home and made the acquaintance of a new great granddaughter. Junia Kay. Mrs Long is staying at the Hna?e- broek home for a few clays helping care for her new j.'rand- daughlcr. Mr and Mrs 'Wayne Lynch had their baby daughter, Lori Col- j lecn.. baptized at' St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Sunday morning. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Robert Fraher of Ft. Dodge. The Trailers and their family and the Willard Thompsons wen; dinner guests at the Lynch home. Lois Wilberg. student at St. Olaf College. Northfield. Minn., spent Easter vacation with her •Jcirents, the Martin Wilbergs. Kathryn Johannesen, student at Luther College. Decorah. is spending Easter vacation with her par e n I s. the Lawrence Johannesens; Qrthd Twp. 4-H Orthel Jolly Workers 4-H club held its April meeting fit thn home of Jackie Fox. with "Good Grooming" ax the topic nf dis- eti-sion. PI.-IMS for n Mother's Day tea were ;iJ;;o nnidf;, and a pifl comniitU-e of Vicky Arnrlor- s<.-r a> chnirman. and Betty De- V.-a.trcl rr- pioKi'fim c-hairman was named. Bornifa Mirsnl Rave n talk on nnti-'' ; on. and Vicky Arndorfnr on prcs^ins clolhe.s. Sevving \vas rlvmoTistratfrl hv .lanice Arndor- |f-i. mid Wary Ann Arndorfcr and Fox nlpo f.'ave domon- sl ration was ^ivfn by Botty Dev/aard and Wanda Missal. Seneca Modern Mixers club met at the home of Mrs Lyle England Tuesday afternoon with two guests, Mrs Richard Bauer £'nd Mrs Alvin Cyphers in at- #bndance. Mrs Cyphers joined the club as a new member. Mrs TO THE ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO ON YOUR BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING are proud to have our products distributed by this progressive Algona business firm .. . SWEET LASSY AND LASSY FEED SCHRIEBER MILLS, INC. ST. JOSEPH MO. Easter Seals The Eas'^r Seal campaign is now in I'M 11 swine. Funds from •:i''- dt' I'M' souls arc usod for crippled children find adults, who r'.rciv.-' no funds from the local United Fund campaign. Officials of the drive- are hoping for gent TO'.is donations from persons in this area. Plus Second Thrilling Western T» f GLENN FORD JACK LEMMON TECHNICOLOR 3 PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS ADULTS 75c KIDDIES UNDER 12 FREE ENDS TONIGHT (WED.) "SAY ONE FOR ME" PLUS "BELL, BOOK & CANDLE" THUR.-FRI.-SAT. FIRST RUN! DIS MUS BE DE BLASE Beautiful, Bold. Breaiy, Braien, Bedauling, Baby-Faced, Bewitching, Brilliant, Breath-Taking, Bubbling, Buttling. ... BUT NOT BASHFUL!! COOL IT CATS ... THAT BARDOT IS THE GINCHIEST ... BUT WAIT'LL YOU DIG THIS FAR. FLICK ABOUT US KOOKIE KIDS! IT'S GONE MAN ... GONE! YOUIL Go APE SfOOiSf £ .'•I

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