The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 13
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f Portland Han Is Treated For Scratched Eye Porll*rtd — Milton Steven went to Mason City. Friday where he consulted an eye specialist. Dirt was accidently thrown in his eye which scratched the eyeball so badly it made vision almost impossible. Progrtu Club The Portland Progress Club met May 19 at the home of Mrs Virgil Schi-ader, with Mrs Lawrence Govern assistant hostess. It was guest day. A card was signed by all present to be sent to Mrs S. R. Parsons, who has been having a severe ear infection. The meeting then adjourned and was turned over to Mrs Lawrence Govern, who gave a talk on her trip 16 Ireland. A surprise number was an in terprtlUve reading by Mary Loebach, Slighter of Mr and Mrs /Joe Loebach, Whittemore. Lunch wds served by the hostesses. Milt Larttn Honortd. Ajshow;qr,.,in honor of Beverly Larson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen, was held May 19 at the community hall. Miss Larftpn will be married June 26 tp Jack Thompson. Hostesses were the Mcsdamcs W. J. Stewart, Robert McKim, C. W. Hccrclt, Jesse Harms, Elizabeth Kennedy and. Bill Trenary. Mrs Jesse Harms was in charge of the program. Norma and Mary Harms sang '• a song, accompanied by ;Huth Harms.' Holly Nelson also eang., Lunch was served by the hostesses: " Portland P*tini»t , • The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H club met May 14 at the home of Linda and Nancy Becker for a Mother's Day Tea. Nancy ; Becker gave a demonstration and \ .Janice Larsen gave a talk. Win- hers, of the good grooming contest, wete Sue Rasmussen, intermediate, Diane Moore, junior and Grace McKim, senior. who has been very ill 'at the home of her sister, Mrs Tom Trenary, is improving slowly. Het daughter, Mrs Alf Nelson o{ Aurora arrived Tuesday night to bo with her. A son, Erwin Leek and his son TDarwin arrived Wednesday from Arnegard, North Dakota, to spend a few days. Mrs Victor Fitch and Korcne, Mrs George Hix and Mrs Timer Harms attended a party at the Arthur Hix home Friday afternoon. "Changing our habits, like climbing a long flight of stairs, is something we do easier when we are young." the bride of Ronald D. Evanson Wednesday, June 1, at 9 a.m. In St. Joseph's Catholic church. Prfc-NupliaL Shower Sally Har'dcopf will be honored to a pre-nuplial shower at Lu- Verne Sunday afternoon, May 22 Miss Hardcopf, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Lu- Verne, will be the bride of Darrell Luclwig, son of Mr and Mrs William Ludwig of Algona. June 7. Harold Redings Observe 25th At St. Joe St. Joe — Mr and Mrs Harold Reding were honored at their home Sunday afternoon when relatives gathered in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary, which was Saturday, May 21. Mrs Reding, the former Gertie Illg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Illg, who observed their 53rd wedding anniversary May 21 and Mr Reding the son of the late Mr and Mrs John S. Reding. All are life-long St. Joe area residents. The Redings have four children. Shcryll, R. N. St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City Diane, receptionist for Dr. Isaac. Shoet, Bode; Janet, a student at Garrigan high school Algona, and John at home. Attending the anniversary- observance for a social afternoon and a buffet lawn supper with the honorees and family were Mr and Mrs Fred Illg, Mr and Mrs George' Wagner and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Illg and family, Harold Friders and sons. Mr and Mrs Gerald Kirsch and family and Mr-and Mrs Franklin Wagner and 'son and Mr'and Mr';s Joel Reding. Hospital Report Martin Friders returned home Thursday from Park hospital Mason City, where he underwent eye surgery Tuesday. Dwight Kohlhaas, 'son of Mi and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas, suffered a fractured left arm Friday while playing ball during recess at St. Joseph's school. Mr and Mrs George Schumacher of Mankato, Minn, were Monday evening callers here in the George Wagner home. Donald Reding was in Dubuque Sunday and visited his sister, Sister M. Madeline O.S.F. at Ml. St. Francis Convent. Mrr Donald Reding and daughters spent the day with her mother. Mrs Justine Becker and family in Wesley. Sheryll Reding R.N. at St Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City, spent Sunday and Monday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and family. Cletus Mueller; and treasurer, Mrs Conrad Higgins. Cards were played. Mrs Irene Reed received the plate prize and Mrs Louis Braatz the door pri/.e. Richard Maahs, son of Mr and Mrs George Maahs, has joined Northwest Orient Airlines as a reservation sales agent in Milwaukee, Wis. Mr Maahs is a graduate of. the Whittemore public school. Mrs George Maahs entertained the South .Side 500 club Tuesday evening, Mrs Harry Schmeling winning high; Mrs George Meyer second high and Mrs Louis Braatz travel. First Baptists Name Officers New officers of the First Baptist church of Algona were elected during the annual business meeting May 2. Elected to office were: Board of deacons, Warren Bowman, Irving Urch, Robert Block and Clyde Priebo; board of deaconess, Mrs Karl Willason, Mrs Frank Cruikshank, Mrs Clyde Pnebe, Ruth Cross, Mrs Dean Barnes and Mrs Wayne Keith; board of trustees. Chl'iord Riebhoff, Evert Richardson, Ed Bowman, Dale Laws and Wayne Keith. Flower committee, Mrs John SchiiMiicl. Mrs L. W. Keith an 1 Mrs Kenneth Bray ton; choii director, Dale Laws; organist. Mrs Dale La\t.s; assistant organ- istist, Linda Fountain; ushers. Walter lleerdt, Jr.. John Haag Louis Egel, Dean Barnes, Don Urch, Jim . Richardson, Howard Medm and Russ Medin; sc'iiioi youth director, Robert Black' junior youth director, Mrs J. II. Fountain. Treasurer, Willard Geering. financial secretary, Mrs Dale Laws; clerk, Mrs George Butterfield; moderator, Wayne Keith Sunday School officers, Irving Urch, Warren Bowman, Mrs Paul Richardson, Willard Geering Mildred Robinson, Dale Laws Mr and Mrs Thcron Hansen of Wesley were Wednesday evening visitors at the Robert McKim home. Mr and Mrs John Smith Jr. of San Antonio Texas, Clyde Moore, Margaret and Junior and Emma Gatton were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Victor Fitch home. Tom Trenary went to Iowa City Wednesday for a chfeck up. Mrs Irma Leek of Aurora, Ore., Shower Honoree Rosalee Reding was honored al a pro-nuptial m i s c e 11 a n c ouf shower in St. Joseph's hall Tuesday evening. Assisting the honoree at the gift table, were her sister, Sharon Reding, Alma Illg. Joan Baas and Ann Bruhn. The evening was spent playinp 500 with Margaret Reidmillei and Mrs Marvin Reding receiving the high and second high prizes. Barbara Wagner received the door prize. Miss Reding, daughter of Mr .and Mrs Alfred Reding, will be 4 Persons From Whittemore Are Hospitalized Whittemore" — Mrs Elmer Maahs and.Mrs Eldon Maahs entered St. /<m. hospital at Algona last Sunday as medical patients Mrs Elmer- Maahs was released immediately and returned home Frank W. El.bert became seriously ill and entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last Friday and underwent major surgery on Saturday. Leroy Elbert was released from St. Ann hospital in Algona Wednesday morning where ho was a patient following an accident while he was pushing a large tree when a limb struck his leg and fractured a bone. Glenn Smith who has been employed at the.Martin £immer- mann garage and body shop for the past year, has leased the former K & H oil station in Burt and will do repair work;. The American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting Tuesday evc : ning in the Legion Hall and elected officers. President, Mrs- Harry Schmeling; vice president Mrs Irene Reed; secretary, Mrs Beverly Urch, Linda Fountain. Mis Irving Urch, Mrs Clyde Priebe, Joyce Riebhoff, Mrs Hallard Snyder, Mrs J. R. Fountain and Mrs Louis Egel. Mrs Georfii: Butterfield \vas named general chairman in charge of plans for the 100th anniversary of the local cbinb. which will be observed in May 1961. Confirmation And Graduation Are Seneca Activities Seneca — Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johanncst'ti and Mr anc Mrs Fred Johanneson ciUortaiii- ed at the former's home Sunday evening following RaccniaureiHi at Sentr:il School honoring Larr> Johanm.'sen and Carol Johannc- scn, who are members of the graduating class. cruesis included Rev. and Mrs Marian Blockhu.s ' oi' Armstrong. Tuesday, May ,24, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper DM Miss Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont, Mrs Anne PrCsthus of Algona. Mr and Mrs Martin Wil- hcig and Jerry, Mr and Mrs John Johunnrsen and Ronald and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and David Ktithryn Johannesen, student at Luther College, also home for the occasion. Mr and Mrs Elmer Krause entertained a~t dinner Sunday honoring their daughter. Sharon, who \va.s. a member of tin; class confirmed at the BlakJLT Lutheran church that morning. Guests included Mr and Mrs Carl Carlson and family of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Frank Long and son of Mumboldt, Mr and Mrs E. W. Kiau.se of Ftmlon, the Rev. and Mrs Harlan Blockhus and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Amey Cherland and family, the Odey CherhuKl.s. the Julian Cherlanclfc. and Mrs Fallen Chorland. Mr and Mrs Haymond Bcrgum enleilainrd at dinner Sunday honoring their son, James. \vhc was confirmed at tbe Blakjei Lulhornn church that morhing. Guests included Mr and Mrs Art Bt-rgutn and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Eichenberger and Family of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Iver Bcrgum and Mrs William Pettiecord. Coffee guests included Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftc- dahl and Mr and Mrs Art Paulsen of Lone Rock. Rev. Hartan Blockhus and family were afternoon callers. Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-11 club mot Monday evening, May 0 at the home of Rodney Jensen. Rodney Jensen gave n demonstration on artificial respiratirin. Plans were made for the club tour which will be held in early June. Jamie Jensen will be the June host. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and DCS Moinos Pub. Co. to cherish always v '~ this once. ' in-a- „*• lifetime portrait by Isaacson's Studio 124 N. Moore Algona phone or come in Snake your appointment Mr. Farmer.,.! THERE'S AN EASIER WAY, YOU KNOW PION TAKE YOUR CHOICE BLACK, RAYON, TUBE-TYPE Size 6.OO-16 Size 6.7O-16..... Size 7.10-15 Size 7.6O-15..... 11.35* 11.95* 13.95* 15.95* IVKIHJI'RAYON, TUBE-TYPE Size 6.7O-15.. Size 7.1O-15. Size 7.6O-15. 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