The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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• W>* ..t 4-Alfefia (to.) 6tt Molnw Tuesday, May 17, 1960 & I If: i <&, & Mist Klemm Engaged Mr and Mrs Joseph Klemm, Algona, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Lnu, shown here, to Dan Mussa, son of Mrs Sophie Mussa and the late Mr Mussa of Milwaukee, Wise. The wedding has been set for June 4 at St. John's Cathederal in Milwaukee. Miss Klemm is a graduate of Algona high school and the Mer- cidian School of Nursing in Marshalltown and is' employed as a nurse in Milwaukee. Mr Mussa has served in the army and is also employed in Milwaukee. (UDM Engraving). Townsend Club Minutes Algona Townsend club met Tuesday evening May 10 at the Chester Willey home. Discussion was on the gross income tax. Mrs A. M. Anderson, president, announced that she had written letters to 1.5 Iowa candidates in Iowa and to the National president of the League of Women Voters. The next meeting will be on May 24 at the home of A. M. Anderson at 301 West State street at 7:30 P.M. Following the business session all enjoyed the social time with contests and games. Mrs Lolla Ladendorff had charge of prayer and Mrs Wilbur Holdren read an article submitted by Miss Zelda Reid. Mrs Frieda Willey read the bulletin and gave the financial report and Miss Ila Bilsborough read the minutes. Those getting contest prizes were Mrs Marion Hennesy and Mrs T. J. Fisher. The May baskets were judged and the first place went to Mrs A. M. Anderson with Mrs T. J. Fisher a close second. May Breakfast Approximately 200 attended the annual C.D.A. May Breakfast May 1. A short program followed. Grand Regent Helen Mikes introduced the winners of the poetry contest for pupils of St. Cecelia's Academy. A check from the Court, for the St. Cecelia's building fund was presented to Msgr. Gearen. Charter members present, Mary Barry and Agnes Miller were introduced, as were Past Grand Regents, Katherine McEvoy, Mae O'Brien, Nellie Van Allen, Violet Glaser, Grace Holland and Irene Griffin. Committee members in charge were Rita Frankl, Margaret Hall, Jean Haas, Luella Murphy, Janice Altman, Matilda Hood, Matilda Scanlan, Vera Drone, Ruth Van Allen, Angeline Dearchs, Doris McEvoy, Laura Davis, Lavonne Henry and Mary Ila Erpelding. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons, Algona, announce the engagement end approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandra Elaine, shown here, to Robert Hutchinson, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson, Lone Rock, The wedding will take place June 8 at St, Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. (UDM Engraving). Hooer Mothers ' , At the Methodist church Moth- Pay special recognition was to the oddest mother, the one rom, the greatest distance, %Sdtn the most children and the youngest mother. jBJ-f.Mm Mary Milter, Mrs i Colliw, of Uke Charles," Circles To Meet Circles of the Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday, May 19 as follows: — Martha at 8 o'clock P.M. with Mrs Ed Sindelar assisted by Mrs Wilma Cooksey and Mrs Gary McDonald — Mary at 8 o'clock p.m. with Mrs C. D: Schaap assisted by Mrs Everett Anderson and Mrs Jack Dutton — Naomi at 1:15 p.rri, with Mrs August Slagle assisted by Mrs Ralph Elbert and Mrs Elizabeth Schenck — Rebecca at 1:15 p.m. with Mrs Kate Annis and Beth Annis — Ruth at 1:15 p.m. with Mrs Don Smith Sr., assisted by Mrs Virgil Smith and Leola Zeigler. District Meeting Rebekah lodge will hold its j district convention May 21 at the ' Izaak Walton hall, Algona, with registration at 1 p.m. Towns participating are Forest City, Lake Mills, Garner, Britt, Kanawha, Wesley and Algona. Mrs Erma Steinick, state president will be present and the following are convention officers: Mesdames Esther Barton, Algona, Marie VVeiland, Whittemore, vice-pres.; Olive Erdman, Wesley, Sec.; Linnea Heiserodt, Algona, treas. and Margaret Reid, Noble Grand of Algona lodge. There will be afternoon and evening sessions. Methodist Circles Circles of the Methodist church will meet May 19 as follows: Sept., with Mrs Ed Blumer — Oct., with Mrs Wm. Hawcolt — Nov., with Mrs Gordon Kuhn — Dec.,-with Mrs R. W. McCullough — Jan., members will be notified by phone — Feb., with Mrs Perry Collins — Mar., with Mrs Louis Robinson — April with Mrs John MeGuire — May with Mrs Clarence Morrall — June with. Mrs George Balluff. Soroptimists Elect Soroptimist club elected officers for the year at a meeting held at Algona Hotel, Wednesday. President, Florence Bjustrom, vice- president, Delia Welter; recording sec., Jean McAtee; corresponding sec., Alma Pearson; treasurer, Alice Wilkens; delegate, Mabel Sorensen; director, Lola Scuff ham. Surprise Party Mrs Floyd Erickson entertained at dinner Sunday, a surprise honoring her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs John Hartl, Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Art Erdmann, Renwick and Mr and Mrs James Smith. Article Published In the last issue of Penn Poynts, alumni magazine for the Pennington school, New Jersey, an article appears "The Layman Who Inspired Me Most" by Rev. Newton M. Coughenour, pastor of the Methodist church. First Baptist Ladies Women of the First Baptist church are meeting Tuesday (today) at one o'clock for a work day. Hostesses are Mrs Dale Long and Mrs Dean Barnes. Mrs Idelle Black will give the devotions. Guild To Meet St. Thomas Guild will meet May 19. Hostess will be Mrs William Drayton and Mrs Hollis Benschoter. The program will be given by Mrs Henry Tjaden. Miss Hood Hostess Mary Jean Hood entertained at a barbecue party Saturday. Guests were members of the cast of the operetta "The Forest Prince" given Sunday evening at Garrigan school. Baby Shower Mrs Warren Nelson was given a shower for the little son Kevin, Thursday at Mrs Bless Rusk's with assistant hostesses Mrs Ken ^oirce and Mrs Russell Guster. Guests were officers of the O.E.S. Good Neighbors Help Leeper Family At Burt Burt — The value of good friends and neighbors to the Bernard Leepers is immeasurable. Two weeks ago Mr Leeper suffered a stroke which left his right side paralyzed. He is hospitalized at Mason City. On Saturday the followinp, men, equipped with tractors loaders and spreaders, cleaned the Leeper's barn and hauled many loads of manure: Harold and Frank Becker, John Miller, Goodwin Bergerud, Jim Huber. C. W. Heerdt, Don and George Jr. Patterson, Keith Mitchell. Milton Salisbury, Paul Tit-nan. Emory Schapin, Bob Woods, Emil and Ervin Eimers, Cliff Holding, Dick Trunkhill and the Leeper's sons. Bill and Darrell. Mrs Leeper was assisted in preparing and serving the dinner at noon by the following ladies: Mrs Cliff Holding, Mrs Bob Woods. Mrs Goodwin Bergerud. Mrs Milton Salisbury and Mrs Darrell Leeper. Monday forenoon, 18 farmers, friends and neighbors gathered at the Leeper farm with tractors, plows and drags. Eighty acres of corn land were plowed and dragged in the forenoon and at noon a steak dinner prepared and served by Mrs Leeper, Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs Bob Wood, Mrs Darrell Leeper and Mrs Goodwin Bergerud was served to the following workers: C. W. Heerdt, Oran Hudson. Harold Becker, John Miller, Tom Trenary, Joe Bradley, Duane Mawdsley, Paul Gronbach, Jim Huber, Goodwin Bergerud, Roger Shipler, Roger Scott, Ervin Eimers, John Kissner, Hiram Ackerman, Bob Wood and Darrell arifl Bill Leeper. Condition Serious Mrs Cora Stow received word this week that Perry Me Atee was in serious condition in a Lewisville, Ky., hospital. Mr McAtee, who is the husband of Mrs Stow's granddaughter, was the victim of a motorcycle - automobile accident. Is Recovering Mrs Erma Leek, Aurora, Ore. who has been visiting at the homes of her sisters, Mrs Floyd Duncan, Fenton, Mrs Emil Person, Lone Rock, and Mrs T. Trenary, Burt, is in satisfactory condition after suffering a slight stroke while at the Trenary home last week. She is confined to her bed at the Trenary home. Hospital Report John Van Zanteen returned home the last of the week from Mercy hospital, Mason City where he submitted to surgery. Mrs Walter Campney is in the Spirit Lake hospital, where she underwent surgery Wednesday, She is recovering satisfactorily. School Picnic The annual Burt Community school picnic will be held May 21. The public is t-drdlftlly invited to attend. Each will bring their hot dish, sandwiches and table services. The Band, mothers will be in charge of the noon meal. The members of the Lurehn circle hold their meetifig at the Frank Ryerson home May 11. Mr and Mrs Vern Rafdal and family were dinner guests at the Lawrence Doege home. Mrs Cora Stow was happy to have her son Willard Stow aha his family of Humboldt and her daughter, Mrs Cecil Godfredson and granddaughter, Mrs Mervin Johnson and children, S\vea City, with her at her home Mother's Day. The following students from the high school accbmpanied by Mrs Oesterreicher attended the meeting of the Future Teachers of America at the; Algona High School Monday everting: Margaret Keith, Carilyn Hinckley, Janet Black, Evelyn Cherland, Claudia Moore, Linda Abkerman, Joe MeGuire. .T*-rrv Lee Peterson. Norman Carlson and Eugene Bahling. Mrs Sue Carmody, who .makes her home at Wilfair Haven, spent Mother's Day at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves. Mrs Rose Sigsbee and Mrs Hilda Wegener of Algona visittd one clay recently with Mrs Anna Bierstedt at Wilfair Haven, ( . Mr and Mrs Phil Sheridan,' Mr and Mrs Lawrence Walsh and Albert Dietering, all of Bancroft, visited. Sunday with Mrs Anna Dietering. Mrs Bill Leeper and family of Seattle, Wash, arrived early Wednesday morning to join her husband at the Bernard Leeper home. They were accompanied to Burt by Dick Sanderson, also of Seattle who will visit with his grandparents, the E. L. Dick- meyers. Mr and Mrs Melvin Marty and family and Mr and Mrs Will Marty, LuVerne, visited with Adam Marty at Wilfair Haven. Mr and Mrs Jim Fredrickson and family of Rockwell and Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy of Algona were Sunday evening dinner guests at the E. P. Frederickson home. Mrs Donald Patterson was elected regent of the Algona chapter of the D.A.R. Tuesday afternoon. Burt American Legion Auxiliary members attending the county auxiliary meeting at Swea City Tuesday afternoon were Georgia Holding, Elva Boettcher, Thecla Christensen and Genevieve Graham. Mrs Anna L,ovstad was a guest of her son, Clifford and family Mother's Day. Mrs Anna Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs Walter Sorenson were Mother's. Day guests at the home of Mrs Bierstedt's daughter and family, the Dick O'Donnells at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Oscar Bayes, Wells, Minn, were Sunday evening visitors at the Allen Hinckley home. Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family visited with her parents, the Paul Olsons at Blue Earth, Sunday. The pupils of Mrs Oesterreicher's first grade class entertained their mothers at a tea Friday. Mr and Mrs Eugene Marlow and Rodney were Mother's Day guests of her parents and si,°'er. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Prfsthus Mrs Hough Quest Mrs Nell McCall was hostess to her bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs Ed Hough who was a guest. Miss Foth Honored Mr and Mrs William Foth entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the First Holy Communion of their daughter Mary Lee. Guests were the grandparents Mr and Mrs John Foth and Mrs Irene Studer. Mrs Dutton Hostess Mrs John Dutton entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs Lloyd Muckey was high score winner. Mrs P. O. Dorweiler was a guest. To Host Club Mrs Don Nelson is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Holt Hostess Mrs F. M. Holt entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. News is the plural of the word "new," The Greeks' word for it was "necs" and it became in AnglorSaxon "neowe" and later in middle English "news." It is akin to the French "novuelles." FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ^>^^-— PITTSBURGH -PROOF A •*?.*•%* L^_ •rfae^ft^ HOUSE PAINT v'*- NOW ONLY • •« Myctbrs PER GALLON j CULLEN HARDWARE • "Heavy and Shelf Hardware" * Algona CY 4*4630 PimBUWHPAINTS • > J nnd Rodnty. Mr and Mrs Al Offenhieser, Iowa Falls, were guests Sunday at the Don Mitchell home. Lulu Hawcott, Beth Miller, Btnita Mitchell and Lillian Mien- zer Attended an all dfty district library meeting at Buffalo Center Tuesday. Mrs Earl Lauritzen was hostess to a group of ladies-at an afternoon coffee recently. . Mrs Clara Van Steenberg, F*air- mont, visited with Cora Stow Wednesday. Mrs Fred Samek and Cheryl Ann visited Sunday and Monday at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Swab at Charles City. Mrs Swab recently returned home from a Waterloo hospital where she submitted to eye surgery, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson are parents of a new son born to them at the Fairmont Community hospital Tuesday afternoon. The Pattersons are former Burt residents. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs George Patterson, Burt, and Mr and Mrs Bob Harvey, Swea City. • H. P. Moore of Oklahoma City spent from Thursday to Monday at Uie home of his mother, Mrs Paul Moore. On Mother's Day they were guests of Mrs Moore's daughter and family, the Leonard Schmidts at Bode. Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt spent Saturday at Ames where they attended the Vieshea parade. They also attended a dinner given for parents and house members at the A.S.O fraternity house. Mr and Mrs Cliff Abbas, Janice and Judy and Marjorie Orr, Algona, were guests on Mother's Day at the Walter Steward home. Mrs Walter Lockwood spent the weekend at Waverly and Cedar Falls. At Waverly she visited her niece, Sharon Hoffman. At Cedar Falls she visited at the Floyd Lockwood home and with Rev. and Mrs J. W. Bearse. Mrs Walter Lockwood has accepted a position as dining room hostess at the New Inn at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Carl Reynolds were hosts on Mother's Day to members of the family ,and friends. Guests were Mrs Augusta Bellinger and Mrs Werner Struecker and sons of Algona, Mr and Mrs Vess Robinson, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Odey Cherland and R. A. Bleich of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Herman Bussie and Darla of Burt. Larry Hinckley, Aberdeen, So. Dak. arrived home Thursday to spend the weekend with his mother and to attend graduation of his sisters Carilyn and Marilyn. Guests Mother's Day at the R. L. Moores were their son Robert Moore Jr. nnd family of Story City. Mr and Mrs Jim Klaas, Marshal Itown, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, the Hiram Ackermans and with Gertrude Ackerman. Vacation Bible School at the Burt Presbyterian church will be held for one week. May 23-27. Daily sessions will begin at 8:30 and dismiss at 2:.15. All children from 4 years of age through the 8th grade are welcome to attend. The U:P.W. will meet May 18 with Mrs Ray Ringsdorf, Mrs Alvin Aridrcason, Mrs Merwyn Bahling and Mrs C. M. Gross as hostesses. Mrs Gli-e Bullock will give devotions. J. D. Andrews and Judy Hinckley, students at Simpson College, Indianola, spent the weekend at the parental homes. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Does it pay the ordinary home owner to have his home insurance program checked over the way I understand business firms do occasionally? ANSWER: Certainly. These days most coverages can be combined with substantial savings. 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