The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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_..„..„.. — The Progressive club, met i Thursday afternoon at the ,hoftie of Mrs Donald Cdoper. Mfs ! £efe> Watnem brought along a 1925 j'Bode Bugle", from which she 'rjad hews, ..Mrl Ralph-Richards will be the towel- chairman for next year. Mrs,.Fred, Kampen gave the les' son "arid Mrs Earl Olson had recreation, Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk will have the next meeting. Rural Club Met The Ladies ' Rural Club met ' Thursday] afternoon at the home of Mrs Kermit Fowler with Mrs Arthur Lovig as co-hostess. '•• Mrs Earl Long had the lesson and 'Mrs t ,"Lester Wehrspann had recreation. • ' , The ladies will have a bake sale May 7 beginning at 2 p.m. at Alme's grocery store. ' The." ladies ' have been invited by the Progressive club to their guest day May 13. .Final-plans were made for the Rural • Club members and their guests to visit 'Friendship Haven at Ft. Dodge May 12. Shower Honoree , Virginia,Zinnel of Dakota City was honored at a bridal shower Wednesday evening at the Methodist church at West Bend. She will be the bride of David Anliker. Attending from here were ^ Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mrs, Bertha 'Vacobso'n, , Mrs Roy Enockson, l^rs Mike Coyle, Mrs Chester ne, Mrs Roy Telford, .Mrs ins Jacobson, Mrs , Earl Long ana. Mrs Allan Wehrspann. Those who attended a surprise • birtftday party on Mrs Rasmus Olson' at' Livermore Wednesday afternoon were Mrs Jacob Ryg, Mrs Mike Coyle and Mrs Don- ,ald Usher. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem i attended a birthday dinner hon- "Quick! What's the signal to'show momentary . •, -indecision?'' oring Paul Watnem and his mother-in-law, Mrs Jenn Cla'ssick at Belmond Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Bruce Watnem and family of Humboldt were Monday evening visitors at' the Percy Watnems. Marilyn Rath Shower Honoree At Lone Rock Lone Rock — A pre-nuptial shower was held Apr. 29 in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church for Marilyn Rath, daughter of Clinton Raths, bride-elect of Robert Heifner, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Heifner of Buffalo Cen- tef. Karen Kueck presided at the gift table with Marilyn M kin- Marilyn Bellinger helped wit the guest book. ^ A program was given with Mrs Sylvester Brace as mistress of ceremonies. Nancy Fischer presented a solo, a skit was .presented by Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Mrs Roger Long and Mrs Sylvester" Brace presented a reading. '. Marilyn ahd Bob will be married on Jun4 5 in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mesdames Junior Hurlburt, Merwyn Hurlburt, Dale Schroeder, . Alber|; Shaser, Ray Utof, Sylvester Brace, Lawrence Rath, Jim Long, Roger Long, Sid Payne, Carl Rath, Orville Gardner, Ralph Bierstedt, Janice Bierstedt,-Marvin. Kueck and Karen Kueck, Bob Hanna. Frank Dreyer, .Glair Bollinger, Art Baker,' Ervi'n Wichtendahl, Art Priebe, Lawrence . Beitzen- auer, Alfred Schadendorf, Louis Berninghaus,' Ralph Gilbertson, Fred Rath, Robert Eickenberger. School fhefcs are, 20 dergarten students Rdck school. -1 round-up Will be Meld IflV '* ' The Kindergarten class for the coming school yetf Will consist of the following children!, Susan Bierle, Cheryl BleMjedt, Jonathan Blanehard, Randall Bollittg- er, Dennis and Deborah Feye, Bryan Gilford, Kefsten Habeger, Joan Hammerstrom, Ji Hutchinson,- Sandra. Knoll, Jby Kraft, DaVid.KrflUse, Ralph i Leln- ingtt, Kent Madison, C|nnle Marlow, Berry Pfiebe, Susan Schroeder, Lyhnora UnerWood and Connie' Wegener.- , ^, Observes Birlhda? "»•.•. , Mrs Lillian Worthmgton of Lone Rock celebrated her 81st birthday Apr, 21. 1W of her daughters, Sylvia of Lone Rock and Mrs Murl Jorgenson of Ledyard were present for the day. There were many, friends' who stopped in to wish her a happy birthday' and lunch was. served in the afternoon. • ' ;, Homemakers Eleci -, . « The Happy Homemakers Club met Wednesday in the .home of Mr and Mrs Henry , Schroeder. There'were 8 members 'and, two guests present,'- Mrs -Donald Kneedler and Mrs Emma Hurlburt. There was' election of officers with offices going to Mrs Glair Bollinger, president,- and Mrs Milford Mitchell, vice president. ( . Mr and Mrs Alfred, Schadendorf received. word that their daughter's . husband, Kenneth Fischer, has been named manager of a lumber yard at Sioux Rapids. •«•„,••• Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Charles and Howard, Mr, and Mrs Warren Thompson and family of Swea City, Mr and., Mrs James Elsbecker and sons of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and family and Neva Thompson were Sunday guests in. the Ralph Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson 'were Wednesday evening Callers in the Albert Pavik home at PERCIVAL MOTORS BRINGS YOU THE BIG CHOICE v ... THE BIG CHANGE NEV^ER BEFORE SUCH A CAR PRICED WITH THE LOWEST! DODGE DART.. .. A COMPLETE NEW LINE OF ECONOMY CARS 1960 DODGE MOST \, MOST ADVANCED CAR EVER OFFERED AT SUCH MODERATE PRICES gona were Tuesday evening tors in the, Wallace MpA home. .' • * Mrs Donald Kneedlef was a visitor in the Larsty Heiderseheidt home at Algoha Thursday. Mrs Everett Hanna, Mrs ftalph Bierstedt, Mrs Jesse Blanehard and Mrs Kenfleth Jackson attended the Rural Urban Banquet at Hurt April 28. The banquet was sponsored by the Farm Bureau Women. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna attended the Republican Caravan dinner at the Plantation Ballroom Wednesday .evening. • Mr and MrS Ben Marlow -of Redfield, S. D. and Mrs Hugh Marlow were Monday supper guests in the Lyle Marlow home. A/3C Dennis* Schmidt arrived home Thursday for a short leave from Amarlllo, Texas, Dennis will be stationed at Austin, Tex. after his leave. ; Mr and Mrs Herman, Madsen of Ringsted were Sunday guests in the Ralph Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Harlan\Blanchard and Jonathan went to Woodward Sunday where they visited 'theii daughter, Patricia., Mr and Mrs Roger Long visited Sunday evening ih the home of Mr and Mrs Ervin Siems of Whittem'ore. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow were Monday evening callers in the Jim Marlow home. Mrs Delmar Fischer, Mrs Bop Fortney, Mrs Milton Madison Mrs Ed Blanehard, Mrs Willis Cotton and Mrs Roy Jensen were members of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church that attended the annual Spring Presbyter- ial meeting of the North Central Presbytery at Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt of Fenton were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer. ' Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt were Sunday evening guests in the Bob Riedel home at Algona. Mr and Mrs J. W. Campbell of Iowa Falls were visitors in the Lee Schmidt home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris and ' Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener, Connie and Jerry were Thursday evening guests in the Maurice Weisbrod home. The group celebrated Terry's 6th birthday. . Mr and Mrs Don Houck visited in the home of Mrs Houck's mother, Mrs W. E. Houck Sunday at Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs C. W. Heerdt and Mrs Gertrude Ackerman were Thursday guests in the Frank Flaig:home. Mrs Bertha Burt of Armstrong was also a visitor. Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan and Mr and Mrs John • Carlson ;, of 'Bu'rf'were Thursday ''evening callers in 'the Duane Habeger home, fuwday, May 3, 1«6d (fa.) 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