<t <- I ' i* Q«.) Upp^r Pet Moine< Thuftdoy, Feb. 36, 1959 Concert Ass*n Selects 2 Programs For New Season 37lh Mr ahd Mrs John HdmCM observed their thirty^evehth wed« ding anntversai-y Sunday, Feb. 21, and wet* jolhbd in the afternoon by their 8oft»Mft4fiW anA daughters, M? aM Mrt Virgil Wilschusen and children of Fort Doc^e find Mr «M Mrs ftotterf Carlson fiM 44th % and Mrs Albeft brated their lor%fdur anrtlVcrsary MofuSay % fteviftf dinner guesli Ole Allison and his niete and hi&band, Mr fiftd Mr» Members of the Kossuth Community Concert Association had the opportunity to select the type of concerts they prefer next season, Monday evening, February 16. Ballots wore placed in the »rogram, marked by those who attended, and were later tallied by officers of the Association 1 .. . , i Here Wes Bartlctt, (right) president, is discussing ! lhe results of the balloting with (left to right) Mrs John Hayes, membership chairman, and local captains, Mrs M. H. Brower, Mrs C. D. Morck, Jr., Miss Barbara HaggaW, caittbajgn headquarters secretary, -Mrs Ed Gilmore, and local .eoptairt Mi's Richard Burt. (Al Missal foto —i TJDM Engraving). The Kossuth Community Concert Association, now in its membership renewal campaign, an- Orville LUfMft wh» are their home With Mr Alilsdh M _ time,, Th£ evening was spent washing f\V t PoH-Nuplial BhoW*t A bosi'tttiBtifil • iffiewer was given, Sunday aftefnooft at Mr and Mrs Fred Gronbach's for the latter'^ niece, Mrs Jeif DaviS, nee Diane Scobba, daughter of Mr and Mrs Venw Scobba, The couple married Feb. 7. 40th Anniversary Mr and Mrs William J. Martinek, Wesley, wilj hold open house at their home, Sunday, March 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. in b' ft At Shower Honor Recent Bride, L-Rock Lo»» Hock — A miscellaneous $hower was held at the home df Mrs Ralph Thompson % for Mis tfohn Lortf .nee Helen MdMahofy t>f Ackley, Iowa, Saturday afternoon. 60 close friends and rela* lives attended, * 1 ; A piano sold Was played V La* Vonne Thompson, A reading was given by Mrs Roger Long, and* | contest gann was won by Mrs" Hugh Walsh. Door prize was won by Mrs Orville Farrow. The .bride was assisted with her gifts by Eileen Binaen, LSI- vonne and Pamella Thompson.- Hostesses 'wete MesdarAes Art Long, Ralph Thompson," James fit the Kenneth Rich&fd* Maty Schulte of J 544 *,KigU v fc,s&iBiftrfi &« \--^Jt fit tnc noTtifi vi ner, Milton MaHOw itftAf ' ~~ ' at, " " f «*Jtt Mrl MeWh II soft Bryan, wem guests Sunday at this Alf4?ruegef home. , Mr and Mrs James Walker and lto&. All -— tilafettfre ere supper guests of MrS Rode ri Pauline McGufife ! of Algona tfttd Will Christensen were dinner ;ueste at the E* " day. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder to MoVllle Sunday to visit ion and his fatrtlly Mr and Mrs* Laverne Schroeder. JMr and Mrs Kenneth Richards ifitHainily were supper guests at ;he home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Safchet of Burt Friday night. . . Willard Thompson, Jamfes , Elsbecker, Ed Ford. Alfred Jorgensen, Anna mwbroUgh and La* Vonne Thompson. ' \ * ,i - ' nounces two concerts booked for next season. The Rudie Sinfonietta, an ex- .tremely well-received group will be here for a concert next spring, and this fall one of the nation's finest male quartettes, the Chanticleers, will present a concert. The Rudi'e Sinfonietta is a group of eleven talented instrumentalists. With the group are also a soprano -harp soloist. Baritone, and . For teix seasons the ' Chanticleers have been triumphantly touring the country, combining Vocal ability with unusual versatility, brilliant staging, and artistic musicianship. • The above concerts, with, two to be chosen at the conclusion of the drive by all interested members for the 1959-1960 season, should provide another -outstanding series. Reciprocity •-arrangements with Emmetsburg and, Estherville have again been -made. Courtesy extended to current members of the doneert association permits them to renew their memberships the remainder of this week before the" campaign for new . members opens next Monday; Mrs Lowell kenz has completed .necessary arrangements; for .the Kick-Qff -meeting, ,to be held, March 2 at 6 P.M. in the Presbyterian 5 Church in Algona. - ~ X ' , * , • Memberships for next season are $6.00' for adults and~$3.00 for students, as last year. Mrs Harry Greenberg is arranging, for local student. Scholarships. • The marriage of Nancy Brown, Villisca, .and Dean-McEravy, A1-, -gona,, was: solemnized at 7 p.m. " ' , Monday "in rthe 'Congregational Boyd .. officiating -at'- the' double ring ceremony. Guests at the wedding included the bride's parents, Mr and .Mrs Gail Brown, Villisca, and the bridegroom's parents, ,Mrs Charles Mcllravy. Mr and The couple will live in a trailer at the Hillcrest Trailer Court -here. Mrs Mclllravy will com, plete the present school year teaching at Villisca and Mr Mc- llravy is a draftsman at Weiden- hoff, Inc. 'Farewell For'McKims Mr and Mrs'-William McKim ot Union tbwriship, were honored at a pot-luck dinner at Good Hope r church following jnorning service, '• iv wittt lOOiparticipating in the farewell courtesy. The McKims arc Amoving to Portland township. -A ^program followed the dinner arid ,'tonsisted of a vocal number, "It is no Secret", by Karen Kueck '• accompanied by - Jeanette Bjust- VTom, and a humorous song by -"Lois Hunt and Lorna Walker ''accompanied by Mrs '" J a m e i ', Dodds. 'Elton Shaw presented the hon orees with a farewell gift. Cresco M-D Meeting , , Crefico Mothers and Daughters " club met, Thursday, Feb. > 12 -at •the home - of Veronica Roethler. ;;Alice'Clay ton was assisting hdst- tess. Roll call was answered by ',12 members,-giving their favorite :-hobby. Mrs Sylvester Arndorfer, -Mrs Kenneth Roethler and Mrs ^Virgil Roethler were guests. Mrs B,ob Buscher an^ Mrs Les Wildin \were, iri charge of entertainment. -The'March meeting will be held ^ r at the home of Mrs Ben-Potter, J Anniversary Honors •i,; Mr and Mrs Duane Arend were • ; 4\£wen-a party, February 14, in , a'ijonpr Qf their tenth wedding an. ,,niversary. Guests were members -'p|* the fsmily-^t Mfs Arena 'and •Were the parents Mr • and Mrs .-\,L_orenz Gjsch, Mr and Mrs John ' eh, M.r and Mrs Larry Gisch, amL-Mrs, Francis--Gisch.-.Mr Silver Wedding Mr and ,Mrs, Leo F. Steven will observe "their 25th "wedding anniversary Sunday, March 1, With.' open" house* .at- their home from 2 >to 4 in the* afternoon and to 9 p.m. Attend A Farewell Mr artd Mrs Arthur Obrecht attended ' a farewell pot luck dinner Sunday-at Rolfe for the Rev. D. A. Tewell-.whq is retiring from that parish'and Vill.be resident priest in the LeMar's hospital, Burt, medical. servance of their fortieth wedd* ing anniversary. They invite their friends to attend and request-fto gifts. * > Mrs Pommer Hostess .Mrs Bertha Pommer entertained her card club members last week Wednesday afternoon. Thia week the members met with Mrs L, A. Wihkel, „ ; Rebekah Activities Rebekah lodge met Feb. 24 hi the Moose hall. Naomi circle of Rebekah Ibdge will meet, with Goldie Guderian Feb. 26 at 7:45 p.m. HOSPITALS FjBb, 10 — 'Michael J. "budding,' Bancroft, medical. M . " .. ' i ,' Feb. 7 11,-? 6aby Ddnald[Han4 sfeh, Algona, medical;' Mrs-Louise! Forrest, Algoha; medical. " ' i Feb. 12 — -Mrs' Harold Larhp^,| .Burt, boy, 8-10; Mrs Martin fcim- mermUn, Whittemore, boy, 7-3%; Philip Kohlhaas, Algona, surg- ,ery; Mrs Alvih-Keepers, Cylinder, 1 •surgery; Mrs ; George Fandel, Jr., •Rodman, boy, 7-2. ; ' ' Feb. 13 — Mrs'Henry Lauck,. Jr., West -Bend, girl, 8-9;. Mrs Charles Reffer, jMgona, • medical. - . Feb. 14 — Mrs Edward Farrell, Algona, boy, 7-7%; Mrs William Degen, Whittemore, boy, 7-14%;, Mrs Floy Wolterman, Algona, .girl,'5-15; Maurice L. Graham, Al- fiona, medical; Mrs Marcell Reding, Algona, maternity. ' , , Feb. 15 —.Mrs Dean Ki'enitz, Bancroft, boy, 8-4. ' ' ,Feb. 16 — Mrs Richard Thorhp- v son, Cylinder, boy, "4; Baby 'boy; Fandel,' Rodman,"." boarder; .'MrS, Ernest Dial, Algona, fracture; Baby , boy Zimmerman, Whittemore, boarder; Peter Gronbeck, Algona, medical; Kevin Carrier, Bode, medical; Mrs Edward Bowf man, Algona, boy, 9-10; Mrs Palmer Jensen, Bancroft, boy J5rl5, '!' Feby 17 —, Mrs,,Paul' Stebrltz, Algona,,girl, 4-10; KentHabeger, Mrs ,tiem v taken to , St. Attfl hospital Thursday eve, lor rritirliphl rb1»A. « » 'v , ' . • . for medical Mr and Mrs ttelbert T and faVnily of Ames were weekend visitors at the Edward Blafi chafcfchome. •' , . ' Mrs Ernest Godfredsen & Carol of Algona were ThUi-sday eve .Guests at the Noah Ressner Wbrrtfe Thursday eve. Were Mr and Mrs R&ger Long and Son Darwin, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendatil <Jf J Whittemore, Mrs flora Haack and Mrs Freda Siems of Fenton, ,,Mr and Mrs Lanny Farmer Visited at the Florence Sehrader h&me Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harold Holmgren visited ~at ,the, ' Sam . M&Cleish home Sunday eve,* " J ' ; V '? / Mrs- Mary «Mg,< Mfs tftby -Jen- •sen and Mrs BerrtafjtlvO»DOnnell ^tended the ' GoUfitv^Americian Legion Aux. meeting Tuesday after noon at Whittemore, > Mrs Laxyrettee NewbrougK en> tertained at a birthday party for her daughter Jfinell's 10th birth- Mrs Ruth Krue eft in Sttd >€nlfl7 hosHfW at G*ar; Sereant and ner of .Siou* Ci Dale\wegner h Visited at the hdtjfSe Mrs P, M, ( dayi afternoon. mother, Mrs CatHetirUg 4 Livermore \ ' and' Sunday Mf and Mrs, Dale . . • 0 m!gh»y*affl place fbyo-ur money. ' A jsteajanKirtd *onV6nien> location tn which 16 do boslnea* l&e, home , .._ 0 ______ family returned hemi.lafti* va catiohlng thr%e-^FiekS With 'lit parents, Mr and Mrs .Harvey Rath ofT*amp'a, Florida, ' ' \j ' W 'and Mrs Charles Morris were, guests at* the home of Mr and, Mrs Christensen Stin- ^laitd,'"' 1 and 'M?s t 1 fiti*'Sie?itedt'Uo7]5'es Moines Monday * so they could board, a plane for California,, , Mr and •* Mrs Bud - MiUer Jhd fartily, and, Mr, and Mrs Joe4Cul» bertsOn .and Vemoh w"ef6 .dihhet' jueStfi at the.Wayne^Miller Hbffie n West Bend Sunday. ' -V Mrl Hulda,Deakins,pf Hartford, WiScdnsin, dame" Friday t6 visit at * a «ympdthette *«»• for ybo .£'* > • *'« Stop tn ond flet acquainted. day Saturday afternoon. .Guests er Sale! 1 Group Wallpaper 29c Plastic Coated Wallpaper 59c Wallpaper Paste 1 Lb. 25c ' T * f 5 Lbs for $1 Davis Paint Store an the respective ff* -f- M ' ,*•>,/ \9f f ' .With - Arl^pe Kajewski,, Ida, " ' Joan gcqtv co-tiolt^ss- were -played md val- foUowipg, t a t meeting e Moose ! dinner fr wJff ™^*S Q lOWERIO AP4U$TABl£ KAISIO for (oippliti prtttclioR fe our *&*», from IntU* I* iMtfhiim lljht h wlnltf, wimw v4 twMMf aliki. •» wWdi M* Wlfli* w totft top w 'mint. ' "; Every family ih'A'nler^ca^has benefited-in '. ': some way from the work "of the Red Cross. ,. , •[ Duririg'-the past yeat, I understand" 7&,5t)0 victims of natural disasters have been ~ - sheltered, fed, and restored•• to strength 1 , , through'the help of the Red. J Cross > . T , - , , Each 'month, over 100,00 servicemen — ' !t '\',&'-* • % and' their 'familiesT— receive so'me form of vRed Cross assistance. Reports from Lebano'n showed that Red Cross field , ^meh arrived almost with the first elements of our troops. >~ i At .home, the national community * - ' " 1 finds continual use and assurance in", the Red Cross blood program. ' ' • -i , Each one of us .has reason -to be* ! '. thankful for the Red Cross: it's .volunteer nurses; its water /safety courses ^arid first' •aid training; its home nursing ' a'n'd 1 'child care classes. These ^are^some'' of HJie' 1 " ways in which the, Red ', Gross "serves, ; ' ' ' us day by day, r Now it is our'.turn to respond io ' the annual appeal'-of, the ; Red 'Cross; ;• Knowing its mjairy ; and.- varied serviqes;-on, our behalf, I am sufe this appeal will receive our most generous support. Ringsted, Iowa Phpne VO QB WHEN YOU NEiD JJ MOST "y*aic-»«« -1 *.
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