The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 8
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Ti •"T" , * ^ — .<-' <;^Nffo •.rj. ,'.-',«*' ',,( t. j'Vf ' " !V ' '"•' " v --vrv- -• v ',' '/> ';^i{Sfe - J l".;*if 1 W4^V > (la.) Uap6r De» MalflM Towday, April 26, 1960 * ' • . ...... J.. , . At • - •- »....-- . .'" a.-- J .. J J..-^-J- J.-J Poelry Winners Named regular meeting of Court St, Cecelia, C.D.A., Algona, was held Thursday evening at the VFW Hall, with Grand Regent Helen Mikes presiding. Winners of the poetry contest sponsored by the Court for pupils of St. Cecelia's Academy were announced as follows: Marilyn Stoffel, Alice Cihk, Judy Bickert, Frances .Goeck'e, Allen Higley and 'Margaret Glaser. A report on the i Smorgasbord dinner was read. Rosalie McFarland reported for the Bake Sale Committee. Other committee members were Marcella Garman, Irene Nitchals, Mary Schmitt, Colleen Barry, Juanita Hanson, Barbara Detrick and Jackie Kelly.! Plans were discussed for the annual Corporate Communion, Sunday, May 1, at the 7:30 Mass, followed by the May Breakfast for members and their families. Mary Gannon showed pictures taken on her, recent trip to Europe. Lunch was served by the committee: Elizabeth Degen, Gertrude Schilmoeller, Luella Arndorfer, Carol 'Kain, Mary Neuroth, Mary Gannon and Katherine McEvoy. Brownie Tea Brownies, troop 29, and their leaders. Mrs C. J. McEvoy, Mrs Ed Rich and Mrs Robert Winters, gave a tea and hat show Monday for the mothers. Members who were in attendance, with their mothers were Maureen Bestenleh- ner, Margaret CroWley, Rose Frid- fcrs, Marcia Hinken, Clara Laing, Diane Muller, Betty McGuire, Mary McEvoy, Royanne Nichols, Nancy Sue Shillington, Judy Venteicher : and Nancy Wagner. Baby Baptized Baptismal rites were held Sunday morning for Barbara Ann, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Funk, Rev. G. J. Gerike of floating. In attendance at the dinner were the maternal' grandparents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush, Mr • arid Mrs Bill Kickbush, Webster . City, Mr and Mrs Paul Teglund, Belmond, and Rodney Kickbush, who is here on leave from service in Hawaii. Sponsors were Rodney and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush. Birthday Party Mr,and Mrs Robert Scott entertained at dinner Thursday evening and had as guests the letter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and'Mrs Chris Wallukait and their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydert, Christie and Kathy. It was a celebration of the birthday of Mrs Wallukait. Miss Slreit Honored Mrs Nick Fisch gave a party last week Tuesday afternoon for Mary Streit, Fort Dodge, former resident here. Guests were Mrs Elizabeth Degen, Mrs Grace Holland, Mrs Walter Lichter; Mrs Veronica Roethler, Mrs H. M. Smith and Mrs Leo Thilges. R. S. B. C. Meet The R. S. B. C. Met Tuesday evening with Mrs Walter Klamp. Funeral For Chas. McAdams Held At Swea Funeral services for Charles A. McAdams, 84, well-known in the Swea City vicinity; were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Gospel Tabernacle church at Swea City with Rev. W. W. Gossenberger officiating. Burial. followed in Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft and the Barnes Funeral Home, Swea City, was in charge of arrangements. Mr McAdams, father of Alden McAdams of Algona, died Tuesday night, Apr. 19, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He had been ill for some time. Mr McAdams was born Apr. 9 1876 in. Ohio, but had resided at Swea City for many years. He was employed for a number of years at a Swea City hardware store and prior to his illness ran a small repair business 1 in his home. Besides the son, Alden, Algona, Mr McAdams is survived by his 1 wife, Lillian; another son, Paul, Milnor, No. Dak.; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers, Edward, Redlands, Cal., and Homer,' Walla Walla, Wash.; and two sisters, Mrs Elizabeth Weld, Brookings, So. Dak.l and Mrs Stella Bishop, Walker, Mo. ' Portland News . Mr and Mrs John Carlson went to Whittemore . Sunday, evening where they visited at the home of Mr and ,Mrs Martin Potratz. Mr and Mrs John Carlson had their infant son, Brett John, baptized Easter and were guests at the Axel Carlson home. Other guests for dimmer at the Carlson home were Mr and Mrs Raymond Carjspn and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson and boys, Mary, Carol, Ralph, Bill and Norman. 75th Birthday, St. Paul's Church At Whittemore WMHemore — A special 75th anniversary service was observed by At. Paul Lutheran congregation ill Whittemore, Sunday. It was organized in May, 1885. When a resolution then was passed to build a parsonage with art annex to serve as a school (This Annex is still the kitchen of the parwonage.) Student Ernest Stal- ke, was called and served the congregation as pastor and teacher. Rev. Erwin Vaudt of Sumner and a son of Mrs Clara Vaudt of here and a graduate of St. Paul s school delivered the Sunday morning services. His wife is also a graduate of St. Paul'? school, the former Ella Braatz. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. Many former members attended the services. At 7:30 p.m. a Confirmation reunion service was held in which Rev. Vaudt again delivered the message. 18 Leaders, 4-H, Plan Veishea Trip Eighteen 4-H Junior .Leaders plan to attend the annual Veish- ea parade and open house -program at Iowa State University Saturday, May 7. The Veishea celebration is the largest student sponsored parade and celebration in the U.S. Members will have an opportunity to visit the many departments of the University. Other activities planned for the day include a baseball game, Stars Over Veishea play production and a picnic. Junior deader members planning to attend are: Ruth Ann Klein, Doris and Howard Kohlhaas, Irvington; Daniel and Louise Skow, Wesley; Janice Bode Jean Keith, Susan Nitchals, Mary Reilly,, Dean Dodds, Rosemary and Madonna Gisch all of Algona; Ann Smith, West Bend; Maxine Clark and Karen Johanson and Ronnie Linde all of Swea City; Mary O'Brien, Bode, and Mariann Schade, LuVerne. Seneca News Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner entertained at dinner Palm Sunday in honor of the baptism of their son Charges Raymond at the Methodist church at Swea City and the confirmation of Kenneth Beaver which took place at the Methodist church aj; Fenton. Guests included the great grandparents, the McGre- f$ui a en iv» av Barents, the ;he Raymond Sardnef, Beftha rnont, Mr and M^--and four chiidfefl" 6f ahd the fbrmef Jtlifci ^arane! and soft Neal Of Cnttat& ^t' * Mrt Aiftedft"' 1 -* ier Rose Kfftft, Rock,/attended a hot junch pnttai the'high s 6H6eI' last Wednesday ' Rose Aflfl ;¥ho at Mahkato ^tat lege, spent, I8a8ter}yaefia&h< btfty >$&FyGS£TteJ^ ttreyer >edcifiig,':« Jhe Letts "!'".'- 'V i ; , « , • 1 ' ' " * ''' ,' « S- I', - '*• , Move From LuVeme S55HV«W? *rhtoh-W. low^&jhe\eeremofty. . ' < -jnl^ "••"-" a; gehnakfirifcfetg the t * ^ ^ f .^,.. - . .u.^^-.^Jit-^.--Li. .-.t^-fr..^.— .-..i.*--^ "*^ (JDM Clft*fllflfid« Pay Ol»ld*ndl • •- • J — J - l ' •• BIGGEST FOLDING FURNITURE BUY IN 50 YEARS! SOth ANN MATCHING CHAINS BACH 2 FOR ONLY $11.50 Formtrly 47.95 , t ,i House Open house will be held Sunda> ior me new addition at St. Cecelia's academy. A swiss steak dinner will be served to which the public is invited. The hours are from 3 p.m. through the afternoon and evening. Homemakers Met h-vington Homemakers met Apr. 20 with Yvonne Schmit Leona Hansen assisting. Lesson was given by Ella Raney, Lou Barnes and Marie Seimer. Erma Benschoter won first in a llowei contest. Mother Is 84 Mr and Mrs R. H. Miller spen Thursday at Estherville with tin latter's mother, Mrs L. G. Thomp son, for whom open house wa held in celebration of her eighty iourth birthday. : 7F>ii • . / t< •, i* , * < „ i • i •. SOMITE IVERSARY 5-PC. SET $3195 TABLE - 4 CHAIRS ' Formerly $45.75 Just LOOK at these SAM.SONITE FEATURESI • Wipe-clean padded vinyl cohering * • Chip-resistant baked enamel finish on all metal • Positive action leg locks on rabies...safety seat hinge that can't pinch fingers on chairs • Handsome brass ferrules on table legs • Compound-curved back rest for extrd comfort on chairs'. . • Safe, tilt-proof construction on chairs DON'T MISS THESE BIG SAVINGS! . COME IN TODAY! -FUJIN.IT.U'RE. CARPET EASY TERMS 111 Norths Hall — Algona Store ALGONA wnarc QUALITY is a trjd'it'ion. ; OUR FlRSTBIG * ^m&»w I- ;'.-'•. - ' • •• .'..^- Anniversary Promotion l.ff Our 90th Yea Play Pinochle ' Mr and Mrs Eugene Muiler entertained their pinochle club Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Everett Tripp were winners of the high score prize, Mr and Mrs Leslie Higley were low score winners. Mr and Mrs George Dresen were guests. Rex Post, 6 Rex Post, son of Mr and Mrs Dick Post was six years old Apr. 13. He had as guests at a party Tom Burt, Gene Chrischilles, John Pittman and Tim Rooney. Games were played and refreshment served. Anniversary Held Mrs Frank Butts and her sistei Mary Wirtjes attended the fii'tietl wedding anniversary observance Apr. 12 at Buffalo Center for their brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Ralph Wirtjes. To Pocahonlas Mrs William Batt, Burt, Mr John Simpson, Whittemore, Mi Frank Mittlieder and Mrs Russe Cole attended a Women's Clul meeting last week Tuesday after noon at Pocahontas. Mrs Cook Hostess Mrs Ray Cook entertained he breakfast club Wednesday morn ing. SEMENT SALE Friday - Saturday, April Z9-3O FORMALS Values To $25.00, Sizes 8-16 Now Just $12.98 to $17.98 BBBBBBBBBUBHH^^PPPi^^^^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ StorC AU60NA WhaPC QUALiTV is a trad'it'ion. Maternity Dresses Values To $12.00, Sixes 10O6 Now $6.98 to $8.98 All QUALITY Styles - 400 Of Them, Every Dress NEW Since Jan. 1, 1960, Early and Late Spring Styles - Can Be Worn All Summer* LOWEST PRICES EVER I All Styles - Fabrics - Colors - Sizes, We Have Just DRESSES In this Sale, Nothing Else In The Basement. 400 To Choose From, DON'T-MISS IT I STORE ALGONA, IOWA WHERE QUAUTY IS A TRADITION

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