The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 5
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plflg at Elkader to visit relatives, hence'Tibme. Mr.' and Mrs, M. C. spent the'weekend ai their*>0ko- boji cottage. Mrs. Andrew Hatisen was visit' ed last week Wednesday by Mi's Ruth Scholtes, Ames. , Mrs. Mariha Adams had Mrs. Leo Delpardang, of Bancroft as caller Idsf'week Tuesday.' Mrs. Hilda, Gronwall is- being visited a few Nvieeks by Mr, and Mrs. Eric Ebel, Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Leroy McWhorter had as Visitors one day last week Mr. an,d Mrs. Joe McGowan, San Antonio, Tex. Mrs Homer Clark returned last week from Iowa City where she had .surgery at the University hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp will have as guests next week, Mr. and Mrs. Marven KaverleT Silver Springs, Md. Ed Sluder, resident at Good Samaritan Home, was visited ope day last week by his son Vernon, Des Moines. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn spenl lasl Wednesday till Friday at Ankeny with .Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn and family. _ Mrs. Ed Hough and spn Bob returned Monday from Indiana polis, Ind. where they had spen several days with relatives. „ Mr; and Mrs. Harold Marlinel spent the weekend at Bopne with •the former's sister Alice Martinek who teaches in the schools there. ' Wesley Club To Continue City December, 195$, comp'ieted basic training at Fort £4tf@8< Colorado, and arrived overseas he following June. • • '*>j He'is a 1957 graduate <£f -TH- bnka high school and 'was em- jloyed by American Airlines bflj e entering the artny.' •, ; I Ci \*t . • Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp. and children Nancy and Tommy are going to Mason City-Wednesday to attend the Shrine children s circus. ' • . ' • . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner had as guests Monday and Tuesday •oft last week Mr., and Mrs. Ed Kokes and twin sons Gary and Larry, Grand Island, Neb. v Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett are being visited by Mr. and Mrs. ft'ichard Gross, Phoenix, Ariz, who are also visiting his parents Mr. and M ri >- sief Gross at Burt. Mrs. Clem Cavanaugh had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cullen, Mr. and Mrs. T. Smith, getty-and^ J.T—• Streit ,Fort Dodge. .,„.,, „ Mr. and Mrs. A. H. WiUreli were visited ,over the weekend by the latter's mother, Mrs. Claus Wibben, Ttionka. Sunday they attended the golden, wedding anniversary observance for Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson. at Swea Citv Mr. and Mrs. Kennelh Parrish and family were joined at Charles City for the weekend by thi latter's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buscher of Lincoln Neb., for a visit with Mrs. Parrish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K; C. Gates./ , Mr. and Mrs. John Teeter, of Norwall, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Varner, of Rock Island, 111. came Saturday to attend the wedding Sunday of Beverly Larson daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ed Larson to John Thompson Sunday June 26 in the Methodist church at Burt . Bonnie Hansen, niece of Mrs John Sires who is employed here, was taken to her home at Fairmont, 'Minn., Saturday till Sunday by Joyce Cobb, Pauhne Gilbert, Karen Goemann, Kay Johnson, Diane Kannmg, Vicki Procniach. The girls are classmates and were graduated m Mrs. Mary Lytle and daughter Jeri, and her nephew Jimmie Koch of Madison', Mis., were weekend visitors here at the home of Mrs. Lytle's parents Mr and Mrs. Robert Carney after a week's vacation trip m northern Minnesota. Mrs- Lytle a former staff member of thf Upper Des Moines, is now assist ant editor of the Wisconsin Me dical Journal published m Ma ^'Mrs. Gordon Kuhn attende funeral services Wednesday at Emmetsburg for her brother-in- law H. L. Clum, who died m his Kp of a heart attack. She was accompanied by her son and daughter-in-law • Mr. and Mrs, Bob Kuhn, of Ankcny and h« son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein. Others who esme for the service were sis ten of Mrs. Clum and Mrs. Jvwnn, Mrs H. J. Meyer, of Cleveland, •Ohio, Mrs. C. M. Wo3i e y f an4 Mrs. C E. Fisher, of Ada, and nieces Mrs. Harold 1 and husband, and Mis, Robert Steven Thursday in honof of Mrs. Nell Steven and son of Mesa, AW. V^*? were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shac- Srd anf Maynard, Mr and Mrs Darrel Steven and fam y Mrs'. Orella Holldorl and family Mr ahd Mrs.- Robert llarw" , ¥v and rs. Tvurowi Sliackcliorc jry,«o ; George Steven and • Mr. and.Mlfc. Ernest'Kearney iav4 so^d Weir'" house to Mr. and Mrs. Tom LUhdell and are movnVtoBritt: ' ' Mrs. Tsjl Kelley and Mrs. A. W. Oberwettei 1 and Pamie, helped Mrs. William Brauer celebrate her 1 birthday bh'Friday, Barbara Jergertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson, had her cduSin Kathy Jensen, Lone Rock, as guest last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harley Adams have as guest the" former's sister Mrs. Jack Kelly, Victor, who is also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Har vey Johnson. Mr. and, Mrs. Russell Cole ai tended the wedding Sunday o Lola Baldwin, Nashua, and Ar Myers, Clear Lake, at the Little Brown Church. Mrs. Marie'Kunz and her cou sin Esther' Burke, Rochester, Minn., are leaving Thursday for a tenrday Vacation,---at.••'Three Lakes, Wis.-<• . - -. ' . ,.-. . Mr, and MJJS.;£T. J- PaJ"»er and daughterT Mattlyn spent the past- two .weeks at Seattle, Wash,; with their son and brother Robert Palmer and family. Mft,' Joseph McFarland and children spent'. Thursday at Tuttle Lake with Mr. and'-Mrs.. J. E, McFarland, pf Perry who have a cpttage there.. • Mr. and-, Mrs. Leigbton M«bach 'and Mr, and Mys. i rWalter; Klamp were visited, over the weekend by, Mr, arid Mrs. Tyrell Ingersoll, CJedar Rapids. ; Mr. and Mfr.s.' Lep Gardner. Mr. and Mrs."Lloyd Gerber and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid- spent last weekend 'at Spirit Lake with Mr, and Mrs, .Kenneth Perciyal. 'Mrs.' Clara Eoinpe spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. John Schallin at Letts' Greek. They were dinner guests Sunday of.Mrs, Marie Dreyer at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Stri had as dinner guests Thursday, Andrew W. Hanson, San Francisco, Harley E. Hanson Algona, and Mrs. Edna Richter, Titonka Arthur B. Ashton was, at Lake Okoboji last week to attend a Bowling Proprietors', Training Forum sponsored; b3^ American Matmne andrToundry PinSpot ters Inc. ' " " '""•' .,, Mr. and Mrs. George "Judd St. John and granddaughter Becky Meyer, visited the-son- and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Perry St.' John -• at Carroll one day last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilcox wer guests Sunday of the former's parents-Mr. and Mrs. J. B.. Wjl- cox at Rolfe A - daughter was )orn to them June 10 and has jeen/named Karen Sue, ,• ^ Mr. andi Mrs. Paul LejnKee and ,h.e latter'^ bfotjier; Payl Jensen, Princeton, Minn., who is visiting jere several days, spent Sunday at West Okoboji with Mr. and tfrs. Pon Deal at their cottage. Executive board of Girl Scouts will be hosts at a coffee' to be piven for leaders, co-leaders. Brownies, intermediate and senior scouts at the home of Mrs. Helen Mikes June 29 from. 9:3011:30. , , Mr. and Mrs, Albert Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Olson, of Helen, Tex., spent a few days last week at Minneapolis. They visited the senior Mrs. Olson's mothei Mrs. Mary Davis, 90, at a nursing home at Hopkins. Dr. and Mrs, F, C. Scanlan left Tuesday for a three week vacation in California. At Mon terey they will visit their son in-law and daughter Lt. and Mrs Phil Everest and at Long Beach and Laguna Beach they will b> with relatives of Mrs. Scanlan Mr, and Mis, John Dunn - ' daughters, Patty, Plane Mary, Clarernont, Cal., are here for a visit with relatives anc? friends, -It has been 4'/s year since they have been back. They will also visit Mrs. Punn's rela* tives at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nordstrom, wortland, arrived Friday .fqr a /isit with his sisters and their amilies, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potrata and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lawman. The Nprdstrpm.s had been at St- Louis, attending a [.'C. convention, M«, an.d MJS. HawWB. Smith had as caller Friday the latter s brother Miltqn Coqnan, of Qes Moines who was accompanied by his nephew Charles Streit to Fair Oaks Beach, the Okobojis for a weekend visit at the Coonan cottage- They were jpined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Stjre.it MIS* Joel Herbs! entertsjnee at a house party last week from Wednesday till Friday st the cottage a,t the Okobojis. Guests were Mi's- Rhpda B.onar, Mrs Don Hutchinson, Mrs. Man< Kunz, Mrs. H. W. Pletch, Mrs F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. Matthew Streit end Helen Dingley. Mr. «nd M". P- »• V and Dr." aivd Mrs. Wijjiatft lux, of Ames, ha.ve retHrrjgd , ^, a, thi'ee week vacation. Thei itinerary was to" Rochester -- ' ' Puluth, Uke Superior 1 Wesley «*>• Tuesday Club; held their annual breakfast June 21 ih the Dr. Kaney Garage, due t& inclement weather. They voted to have a sale ol tulip bulbs in October to hel{3 beautify ' the town and provide funds ' for park • improvement which has been their civic project for several years. Officers reelected were Edna Mae Kleinpeter, president; Mil dred Martin,, vice president; and Margaret Jones, secretary-trea surer.- Margaret Jones, Edna Koppeh and Mildred Martin were in charge of recreation; J Meurer, Marie Lickteig, 'Iren< Meuhe and Sara Raney in charg of food. Programs for next year wer partially planned. They will no meet again till September. . Reception - Planned .; The Methodist Congregation is -planning a, welcome back re-, ception ? for Rev. and Mrs. Robert Jones and family June 30 in the church 'parlors, ., .' , ;; . ''< -. • j j-'ji-. Suffer Injuries Dave JVoungwirth suffered' 'a >adly. sprained ankle in a fall at work June 2. He is employed at Robinson Produce. Air Hteo Enlistee ' -, James Price, son of. Mr. •/, and , . Mrs. Charles Pric6 ha? enlistfp in the mechanical aptilude-aiejt of the air force. He left fOJ- Lackland A.F.B., Texas after re,' ceivihg his oath of enlistment at Des Moines. He was graduated high Tuesday, June 28, I960 Alflona 0<«.) Upp«r D»i Raymie W.eig suffered'a, gash n hi$, wr^st,when it; was cut v ori the glass of a win4°w in ,the parish hall'as he was trying to iiose it.-- Hei is custodian at .St. Joseph's .church. •" : ' ; : . • In Gunnery Program Specialist Four Roger A. Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Studer, recently participated with" other 'personnel from the 8th division 68th'Armor in the Seventh Army tank gunnery Qualification program in Bergen- Hohne, ; Germany. . ' • Specialist Studer, 20, a mechanic in the Armor's Company E',in from Gorvtfith Wesley school this spring. C.D.A. Installs ' The • C.D.A.'s, hel'd a meeting June 22. Mrs Nellie Van Allen of Algona, district deputy ass'isfr ed by Mrs Bridgette. Smith, also of Algona, installed the officers Pauline Pfeffer, Grand Regent Mildred Arndorfer, vice regent Jean Studer, historian; MiWr^o/ F. Studer, treasurer; Marjoh Goetz, monitor; Madonna Studer, sentinel; Mary Joyce Haveriy, lecturer; Elaine Downs, organisj: RosemaVy Dornbier, ' financial secretary; Colleferi Studer, prophetess; Helen' YoUngwirth artd Clara Haverly, trustees. Father* Phillips, chaplain, gave a'short talk. The .next meeting will be July 27. Lunch was served and bfidge and. 500 played; Pauline Pfeffer and Mildred, Arndorfer- won /high and low score prizes in bridge and |Rita Youngwirth and Minnie FrimmJ in 500. ' / Louisa"Sk.ow returned June-i9 from Washington, DTC., where she had gone with a large group qf other Winners of the.^R.EjA- contest. ..•;'. i - , . Dorothy, Goetz came, Tuesday evening for a visit with her sis* ter, Mrs. , Helen Johnson an# olher relalives/She is'-a-recep- Zionist at .Necedsih, W,isc. ; • Mr. and Mf.s.* Frank M,etfe'He of Milwaukee, Wise., apd Mrs. Harry Foley a Ad 'Bartt of Cof- with were June 19 guests of Mrs Robert --RockVood. -The Tom Vitzthum family of Laurens were Thursday evening guests in the "gave a lesson on decorating tote. bags. A social hour and lunch followed. Guests in the DePaul Warner homo Father's Day were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wall and Marvin of Comfry, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. A. CV DJscher and family of Wesley and Re,v. and tors. E, V. Streedt and family of Bntt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup of Corwith were June 18 guests at the Dr. W'irrier horne...Thev took home their son Tom who had [spent several days .in the War-; 'her home. " '-. r . , Prudence and'Kevin Erdman 'of Cedar Rapids'spent last week in the Their AG^IHM *??-**••<" 7. ™ came for them Saturday. Father's Pay guests in the Air, Studer hpme were the Bud Stu- ders, MasbtvCity; Leo Youngs of Garner, the Ernest Qerdes of Woden and the Ed Downs of Wesley. Mae Studer of Santa Fe Springs, Calif., and the Don Stu- ders of' Fullerton, California called their, parents that evening, • Safety sign: "Watch out for school children . . . especially if they're "driving." Old movies never diq — they're re-played on TV. % ________ parental : Geo Vitzthum home- Wesley township homemakers met June 21 with Mrs. Theron iHansen, Erna showed flower Baars of Burt pictures ., Set -.to SUMMER FESTIVAL ST. BENEDICT CHURCH GROUNDS SUNDAY, JULY 3 BEGINNING AT 1 P.M. WITH BASEBALL .GAME STARTS TODAY! SHILTS - ANNUAL SUMMER SHOE- GAMES OF ALL KINDS FOR YOUNG AND OLD CHICkEN SUPPER 5 P. AA. To 8 P. M. , Child 50c - Adults 75c DANCE FROM 8 P. AA. To 12 P. M. It ' . •••••'• ,; , . . > .;•..','!.(... i.« • ...... , • I .: • '!_•'.'. t wr.ij.: •;,i..Vt^.^ t ^i..,!L&% <! 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