The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 43
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 43

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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V ' i-Alflona (Id,) Upper DM MdM» toestloy, May \1, I960 Officers Named Recently By St.JoeC.D.A. St, Joe — C. D. of,A. held a meeting May 8. Election of officers Was held with the following officers, for. the coming year named: Mary Ja'he Origer grand regent) Mrs M.. T. McGuire, vice regent; Mrs Francis Erpelding, prophetess; Mrs Ted Hllbert,,lecturer. Mrs Art Kohl- ;haas, monitor; Mrs E., J. Gales, financial secretary; Mrs, Eugene Ziemet, ' treasurer;, Mary • Ann Bcrte, historian; Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, sentinel; Mrs Adeline Wagner, -musician; Mrs Bill Erpelding and Mrs Francis Murphy, year trustee's. Installation of officers held June 7. , , 1 Grand regent Mary Jane Origer gave the high lights of the C.D.A. State convention i'n Cedar Rapids which also was attended by Mrs M. T. McGuire, Mrs Frank Bormann artd Mrs Nick Borman. Mrs'Leonard'Studer was received as a transfer from Wesley. Mrs Alvin Lenertz received plate prize, l Mrs Nicholas Weydert the birth'day gift and Mrs Alfred Reding the wedding anniversary gift. Committee . in charge of the 'lunch were Mrs Orvllle Wagner, Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs Mark l Thilges, Mrs John Geischecker, Mrs Eugene Thul and Mildred Bormann'. Mothers Day guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Bormann at Alta Vista were Mr and Mrs Raphael Faber.and family, Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann and Donald, Mr ahd Mrs Paul Erpelding and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Bormahrt artd. sans and Mr and Mrs Gordon Hubert and family. Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding attended the ceremony at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital School of Nursing at Mason City Wednesday evening 1 When freshmen received their nurse's caps. Carol Erpelding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Erpelding, is a member of the class. • ,,,,... Barbara Thul returned to her home on Tuesday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been a surgical patient for 10 flflVS ' ' " Mrs Harold Thilges and infant daughter came home Wednesday from St. Ann hospital. Lucille Illg is assisting at the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Francis Illg near Burt. Mrs Illg and infant, son, born May 5, came home from St. Ann Tuesday. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS lishing Co., phone CY, 4-353S Pub. Co., Algona. Auxiliary At man, distributed . pefepics ftftd Auxiliary members* will be selu ing poppies May' Ulr. 'M* Telford and Jtt M will assist M&WHvl display posters ahd .wreaths, . Lunch \irns served' by the* hostesses. ... \ • • ' ' Oilosen — The American Legion Auxiliary met Ma^ '9 for a guest night a't the home. '6f Mrs Richard Kinseth with Mrs Howard Thompson as co-hostess. Guests were Mrs Bertha Jaeob- s6n, Mrfe Harold Mountain, Mrs Arthur Lovig, Mrs Oliver Lee. Mrs Kermit Fowler,'.Mrs Donald Larson, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Anna Longseth, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Olvin,.Haug,,dnd Mrs Howard Helllcksoh. \t The ,Memorial Jti$#^£ Will be held,May S6 'at tnl,'C«n- mercial Club building, beginning at 10:30 a.m. ' .';. *> ••,&: Mrs Jacob R^g,';p0pj5y,4clgir- T6 Friendship - . The Rutal Club and their guests enjoyed a trip to friendship Haven at Fort Dodge Thursday. They were guided through the .Various parts of the building and enjoyed. their dinner there/ They visited with Mrs Ted tfnderberg, who ddeS the baking at Friendship Haven/ She formerly live'd here. Attending were- Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Earl Long, Naomi StrUthers,'MrS Roy TelfOrd, Mrs Mike Coyler.Mrs Louis Jacobson and Mrs Edward Zmnel. ' Miss Struthers visited with her aunt Who .'lives' at Friertdsh p Haven 'and she and Mrs Essie Cooper visited Kenneth^ Struthers at,,Lutheran hospital, Fort Mrs'DOttald.P"oe of Red Oak att"d-Mf And-Mrs-Allan Watnem aid Jennifer,' of. Cylinder <were Wednesday^ eveftirtg,' visitors at the Fe«!y, Wfttnems. . , • JJra* fcbb'fieseti ahd Marcia of West Mend, visited Margaret Holt Monday, evening. a „„, . .... !• Shower Honoree At Lone Rock Lone Rbck — Carole Lea Tay-. lor, Whose forthcoming marriage to John Cotton, has been announced, was honored at a prenuptial shower Saturday i in the Presbyterian church. Mrs E. A. Lee was in charge of the'program. Nancy Fischer, accompanied by Mrs Milton MadiSon sang two solos. Mrs Alfred Krueger gave a reading, Mrs Erich Seegebarth read a poem, Susan Montgomery played a flute solo and Mrs E, A. Lee gave-a reading.- » ' - TnV gift'table was • decorated by Mrs* Lyl|' Mario*, ^ana Jackson and . Marlene Walker assisted Carole Lea opening her gifts and Mrs Roy Jensetf and ^rs Don'Houck assisted at the gift table. Mrs E. M. Jensen kept the guest book and Mrs ( Delmar Fischer presented .the honored guests with corsages of spring flowers. The following ' ladies were hostesses Mesdameis Louis-Berninghaus, Howard Bierstedt, Ed- wwd Blanchard, Joe Culbertson, Delmar Fischer, Frank Faig, Mary Flaig, Don Houck,. Glenn Householder, ' Kenneth Jackson, Ernest Jensen, Roger Jensen, Roy Jensen, , Tina Jensen, ' Alfred Krueger, .E. A. Lee, George Long,, Eldin Marlow, Lyle. Marlow, .Milford Mitchell, Clifford Nord r ine, Woodrow Pettit, Art Pnebe, Alfred Schadendorf, Ench Seege- barth and Dale Schroeder. Joe Householder,, recently dis fnareea frOJtt the firmed ^—~- g leTfor We •Wednesdayl HJ ents 1 , Mr, ahd^Mfs < holder in,Arizona,. . ( FILING PftOBLfeMS? For be£ tef record-keeping, a. filing-c^ b'ihe't is the answer. From $24.60 and up. -Up'pfer £»es Moines Pub| Co., Algona. ' r i t,, " No. 1 Wesie*tt Dance Sand Leo flhftco fe PioHeets ~^ Sal^ -, May 21 , Al Noyce 8t OMh. , . ALGONA tiliGH SCHOOL SEN CLASS SMektor. Judy M.V.y, J.rry Ortrum, B.b K.m, N.n.y Leigh, An n SmltK f f M.HM. J.».n Bherin 0 !on, Judith Uk.n., Gloria R..(.r, K.r.n S.l|«>; Jim<H.r, j Left to right: JoAnn Muckey, Sandra Parsons, Deanna Lau, Evelyn James, JoUen Gardner, Sjri Cowan, Judy Alexander, Marvin Broesder, Connie Hall, Pale Nauman, Pam Waller, Pioneer Hi-Bred Com Co. Livingston Farmers Tool Co. Elevator eidenhoff Central North Algona Corporation Public Service Produce Iowa State Bank (of Algona) Universal Manufacturing Co.

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