The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1959
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*«* and Mrs fttttMlt fife eftMcted back seen, from 6 vacalloft of fieVSral w«eks ih Califbrnia. Att adult efcei* Is being organ- at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. ; John: Sterba will be the; director. . , tynri, infafti son of Mr ftftd Mrs Johh Rosensteil was bats- ti26d .Sunday ; *t SI Cecelia's Catholic .Mr and Mrs Cfai^r Vlrwen and Tom, Jane arid;,P.eggjr of ttock Rapids speht-Sunday here at the parental 1 Milton BaM's. Mrs Alfred Sthanck has been Chosen as ;,the Mother«oMhe- Mohth for March; by the mem< bers-of the. Presbyterian Wednes Fred Strahbrh, student at ih* University <o'f Iowa, spent several days of .last week here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strahom. ai Vafi'S Gaffe, itt of ? the -birtftday, of, Mrs. Wait** Klamff. - ; , .. u ,-i~ " , , * , WMfnMU* • * * i l , Mr and Mr t Gordon Wlnkil «* the jopreiits of a soft Seott Barn !' St. OMe*rl ti lh* charter organ- liation of Methodist Men «i Al* west on th« ^S&iF' B ' * f «*•»* C* ***** j Black; and reporter, „_-__,. ft Formal presenta* tloh of the chertef and installation of officers will be held at the April meeting. . Ate hospital* .They have ariothef soft, Steven. •; • . «;;« • , , , Catholic Daxlghldra of Amftrka will have k gtiteit: night 'itfris: hing . (Thursday) at , the * . , hall... A |«)^iuek*dirih» will Be served at 6;S01 , ;. ! Mr and Mr* James Baket ar« the parents of a daughter, Ma?« tha Louise born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. They have ariothefc daughter and a son. Club met Tuesday _. Feb. 1? at the home of Arthur Van Zuiden. Assist*. ing hostesses were Mrs Ed Adams fend Mts Qeorge Smith. Mrs Ed Adams presided, at the business meeting 'in the absence, of the jjrelideftt, Mrs Warren. Brokaw. TWO new mefnbers ^ere welcomed, Mrs Shirley Lickteig and Mrs Marsha Brightfeld. the business Meeting Was followed by cards and dessert A farewell parly was given Saturday evening at the Moose lodge hall, for'Mr" and 'Mrs Ed Mittag who are moving soon to a fanri at Wilmar, Minn. 6. B. Waller, editor of the Upper Des 'Moines, attended the annual meeting and convention of the Minnesota Press Ass'n held last weekend in Minneapolis. ALGONA CHILDREN'S MATINEE Mrs W. J, Si^sbee entertained her Canasta club* on Mohday afternoon. 5<lrs- Cecil McGlnnis was a guest 'and received the prile for high score,' '. . • Eight Specs catd club met Wednesday evening, at theJiomy of Mrs John Dutton. Prizes were 1 received by Mrs Beechfer Lane, Mrs W, J, Sigsbee and Mrs 1 Hugh Post. - • . * • i Rosalie Spear SAT. 2 P.M. 6 COLOR CARTOONS — plus — . > . . Gary Cooper . in "HANGING TREE" Che car T e urhed east toward towft tem- ob*euT4nf Lwmmt JtRik- view and hife eat and the Harfris T csfc «allided» Both cats were damaged considetably. The women's ; organization ol the Presbyterian ' church entertained members of the Chancel Choir and the'ir husbands and wives at a banquet'Tuesday evening at the church,,,,,., v ^.. , ; ,' Mrs Ernest Dial had the mis* fortune, to fall on the ice and break her wrist, Monday morning, Feb. 9. She was a patient for ..several weeks at St. Ann hospital. ,, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt returned Saturday from a Vacation of two weeks 1 in Florida and other southern points. The grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson stayed with the Pratt sons during their absence. Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian 'churcjh'iriet' Monday evening at the home"'of Mrs Goldie Guderian. 'Mrs Hen* rietta Bowman was co-hostess. Devotions were .given by Mrs John Wood and Mrs Henry Furst gave the program. The Big Six birthday club met with Mrs W. J. Sigsbee Saturday afternoon. Mrs Frank Sterling's birthday was being celebrated. Mrs Ed Blumer will entertain the club on Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs VWalter Klamp. ^ Lakofa Shower 1 Lakbta — , A miscellaneous shower was held at the City Hal honoring Miss 'Rosalie Spear daughter 'of Mr 'arid Mrs 1 Dick Spear, who will sooh be 1 married to Marlyri Hippen, son 'of Mr and Mrs'William, E.-'Hippen. of Lakota. .','*.' Hostesses for the shower were Mesdames Albert.Rippentrop, Ted Thilgesi John Asche. Tom Asche, Louis Pfice, ^Verne Mdllihder and Donald* Koppen. v Mrs Donald Koppen had charge of, the program. A duet "Spanish Love -Song" was sung by-,Donna Hertzke and Cynthia Thompson •accompanied by Martielyn Er- 4ahl,' Mrs V. A. Barrett gave^a hutherous reading: ! and then several games were played. Donna Hippen ' and Mtfdred Berhow assisted Rosalie in the opening of her gifts. / Anniversary Honors '..On Sunday;ithe hbrne of Mr and Mrs? Robert ^Kollasch., was >the scehp, of .|reat activity' when 'the following brothers*" and sisters came to help them v celebrate their 15th wedding', anniversary. Mr and Mrs Raymond Vogel of Burt, Mr and Mrs Rolland Kollasch, /Mr and Mrs John Droessler and J. M._ Kollasoh, all of Bancroft." Mr arid 'Mrs Paul Kollasch and'family and'Mr and Mrs Donald Kollasch and family. , In the evening there was another surprise party when 'the following gathered, Mr and Mrs Glen Mabus, Mr and Mrs Louis Price, Mr and Mrs Ray, Becker Mr; and Mrs Arnold Becker, Mi and Mrs'Paul Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Donald Kollasch, all-df La- ¥0 ftttffiddiltd Homt M? and Mrs George Heycs mbved into Iheif home, the former Henry Kline residence in the east part of town on Monday. They have been fanning on tlio Leonard Seiboldt farm. • They have, spent several months remodeling and redecorating" their home which they purchased over a year ago. Silver Anniversary . Mr and Mrs George Gallagliet observed their 25th wedding anniversary SUftday by, holding open house In the afternoon «and evening. Over 125 friends, relatives and neighbors dropped in to wish them well. Mr arid Mrs 'Gallagher Were married at Elmore by the Rev O. J. Kitzmanri on Feb. 13, 1934 With Mr and Mrs Louis Millei as their «ttendahts. The' Millprs live at Elmore and were presen Synday. .The Gallaghers have lived all theif married life in' He bron Township. lynch, who ate In Nurse! train- ng at Rochester-, sjjeht the week- nd at the Clayton Roseboro ome. Nancy is from Green Bly» Wis. The Ledyard Township Home* makers Club Witt meet with Mra Burdette Hoeppner Feb. 20. Mrs Andrew Jansen entertained at a coffee party on Friday afternoon honoring Mra Albert Rippentrop on her birthday, Guests wer* Mrs Albert Rippen- Lrop, Mrs Alvtn Rippentrop of Titonka, Mrs George Ennen of Elmore, Mrs Ronald Hcctland and Mrs Russel Winters. Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs Floyd Claybaugh visited with her slater, Mrs Emmet Plnth at Bancroft, on Mrs Plath's birthday. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel left Monday for Florida where they will spend a month vacationing. Mr and Mrs LaMont Janscn and family of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests, at the parental Andrew Janson home. ALGONA TODAY Thru SATURDAY The The Law Of A Mininq Towni. • :tfs Branches Spread The FeaKThat* WAS Need 16 Keep To Be Asked AbouiHis Rasfc Or The Girl In His Cabin! /Is-TheLosfLadu . Beautiful and Alone! ^ AWCTURIPF THUNDWUNG PQWttl kota; Mr and Mrs , Mr and Mrs Milton Trasmaar and Mr and Mrs Ivan Roelfsema of Elmore; Mr and Mrs Irvin Wea- ver'arid Mr and Mrs Al Dudding of Buff alb Center. •, The following evening, which was the real wedding date, Mr and Mrs John Roelfsema, Mrs Kbllasch r c parents, brought oysters for an oyster stew. > Cars Cfollide There, was, a two .car collision at the Wilson Brack - Sophie Ellsworth intersection on the blacktop just on the west edge of : Lakota. Henry Harms was coming from the south on the blacktop on his way to 'the city dump, another\car was directly behind him and following that car was one' driven by'Lament Junkermeier. Mr Harms turned Suffers Broken Wrist Mrs Harm Steerihard had th< misfortune to fall and broke he left wrist. She was a patient a the /hospital in Buffalo Cente ! rom Saturday morning until Sunday morning. The injured member was placed in a'cnst which'will have to be worn' foi several weeks t She is.getting along nicely. Word has been received that little Jean Sleper who recently underwent brain surgery at'Roch- ester, is 'getting along nicely but will have to'remain at the hos- pital'for sonie time-yet. Mr and Mrs Gail Olthoff arc the parents of a daughter,;their first child,, born Monday, Feb. 16 at the Buffalo Center hospital. She weighed 7 pounds end 15 ounces and has been named Nola. Mr and Mrs Junior Poppe became the parents of a baby daughter pn,Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, at the Blue Earth'hospital. The young lady has been named Zada Mae and weighed six 'pounds and nine ounces. Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe, Sr., Mr and Mrs Albert Goetz and family and Mr Junior Poppe all of Lakota, Mr and Mrs James Mayme and family of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Henry Blome of Elmore, Minn, were evening guests at the home of the Poppes' daughter, Mr and Mrs Alberl Sleper who celebrated theii) 19th wedding anniversary. The Lakota Lads 4-H Club me] Feb. 16:>at tbe home of Merle anc Garry Edwards. David Wintei and Elaine Steinberg are to represent the club at Algona's 4-H •Day on March 7th. Mr and Mrs Louis Lappe returned Sunday from California where they had been to see Pvt. Robert Lappe.' He is in the Marines and for the -past seven-weeks had ben a patient in the. Naval Hospital in 'San Diego, ill with pneumonia. He will be dismissed this week. They drove thp Northern route to California and' encountered much snow arid ice. They came home by. the Southern route., Mrs John Orvick of Ledyard has been hired by the Lakota School Board to replace Mrs Sedell Bishop as first grade teacher. ., v < Mrs C. L. Egesdal and ! baby daughter Kari Sue came home from the Stauder Nursing home in Bancroft, Thursday. Judy Roseboro and Nancy Dedication Of New Equipment! Ottosen Church Ot*osen — Rev. Harold Mountain held a short dedication service Sunday morning , at the Lutheran church. The electric organ, lamp on the organ, 'and about 90 new hymn books wero dedicated. Katie Ellis and Arland Speich of Cedar Rapids were married Jan. 28 at Rock Island, 111. Arland Speich is the son of Mr and Mrs Antone Speich. Mrs Leona Warrior of Iowa Falls visited at the Ralph Richards home Thursday. She visited a few days at the Art Frelden home at West Bend and Sunday left for Minneapolis where she will visit. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius were the honored guests at Sunday dinner at the,Knut Oppe-. dahl home on their 37th wedding anniversary. Other guests werq Mrs Cora Bacon of AJgona, Mrs Stanley McDonald of Piisco, Wash, and Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Stratford. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Dean Telford home to (help (their daughter Diane celebrate her second birthday were Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Larry, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Worby and family and Mr and Mrs W, G. Moench and family of Humboldt. A/2 Gary Cooper was met by his parents, Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper at Dos Moines, Friday He is home on a 30-day furlough He has been stationed in South Carolina. After his furlough he will 'have a year of duty in Labrador. Debbie Schultz was six yearai old Saturday and had the following children at her home to play Jackie, Kathy and Jeff Jacobson Vickie King and Debbie and Gary Telford. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratland of .Bode and Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann visited the Wehrs- panns' son Lester at the Stato College at Brookings, S. Dak Sunday. Sunday guests 'at the Bernard Streit home in honor of their son Keith's second birthday were Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann and family of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs George Streit and family, Mrs Anna Fandel, Marcie and Loretta of Whittemore. SUNDAY & MONDAY! THE REMARKABLY FUNNY STORY OF A REMARKABLE FAMILY MAN! CLIFTON WEBB (DOROTHY McGUIRE CHARLES ' JILL ST. JOHN RON ELY CQUOR by Pi LUXE JSSWAUERRBSOH Mrs Stewart Is Hostess fur Portland Club Portland -~ the Portland Progress Club tttet •Thursday afternoon, Feb. 19, at the home of Mrs Roscoe Stewart, with Mr% Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs Olen Litrsen, assistant hostesses. About 20 members answered roll .call, Mrs Victor Fitch acted as president, in the absence of Mrs C. "L. Young and vice president, Mrs Enrl Zw'lefel. Mrs Virgil Schroder nnd Mrs Victor Fitch brought the lesson, Mrs Tony Jandl hnd charge Of fun time. Mrs Axel Carlsen won a prize. Next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, Mawjh 19, at the home of Mrs Harold Becker, with Mrs Tom Trennry and Mrs Earl Shipler assisting. Mrs Bernard Phelps and moth er, Mrs Minnie Sporring, visited a slater nnd daughter, Mrs John Johnson end family at Scarvilla and Mr and Mrs Willis Brackey and family of Thompson. Mr and Mrs Arky Nelson wont to Emmetsburg, Thursday evening, where they visited Mr nnd Mrs Gilbert Hoffcsr nnd family. Mrs Nelson found that Mrs Hoffcr was a cousin to her brother's wife nnd had gone to school with icr sister. Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore of Ti- onka visited in the Tracy Stono lome Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr Duard Perdue went to istherville, Sunday, whwc they visited Mrs Becker's sister and amily, the Ralph Dugans nnd Vtrs Duard Perdue who is in tho lospital there. Mrs Perdue is getting along fine, after her second operation this month. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family went to Minneapolis Friday on business. The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H met Thursday evening with Janice Larson. Plans were made for 4-H Dny in Algona. Janice Larson and Catherine Trunkhill jave demonstrations. Mrs Victor Fitch was guest mother. Mr and Mrs Donald Rlngsdorf and Barbara visited at the Victor Fitch home, Friday evening. Mr and Mrs David Honken of Clear Lake visited Mr and Mrs Arky Nelson Sunday evening. Mrs C. L. Young went to Amea Thursday with her brother, John Kain and her mother, Mrs Mary Kain ito meet her sister, Mary Kain and visited the Ramon Bisques. Mary started from Wash- ingtpn, D. C. Tuesday evening at 5, driving through, she arrived in Ames Wednesday afternoon. They Feb. 26, 1*59 Algona M «PP«f HH The Atfiet ieah LegioH Att*IMarf met Thttfsdiy. The ptilto b%K« sale brotighi in $10 and $BO othef polio colleictiott was rtpdrted- Janice Idwards W«l8 ehfoneji 16 represent this AuldHary at GM'a State and Jean KJramerstfiefe# was elected as alternate. It was voted to have a pot-luck supper on March 18lh honoring th'e Legionaires birthday. Mrs Zilphy Hardt was the hostess and served lunch. Mr and Mrs Ted Green eriter- 151 and Mrs John Roseftt>etg Fairmont at dinner last S«H< house enfeftatned Mrs and Ellwood, Mt and Mr* Tlsd Green and family, and Mr Mrs John KosenDerg of J at dinner on Sunday in Diane's birthday, Last Tuesday evening" Mis Freda Frey entertained the Neighborhood birthday club , . • BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash Henry Steinman, who has been a patient in Spirit Lake, was taken to the University Hospital Minneapolis, where he under went surgery. Mr and Mrs Chas Curtis, Mrs Effie Curtis and George Steinman spent the week end with the patient. Mr and .Mrs Ben Bahling spen Sunday with the letter's brothe and family, the Lee Olsons o Lakota. Mr and Mrs Walter Campney received word of the arrival of a son to Mr and Mrs Art Campney of Madison, New Jerse'y. The baby weighed five pounds, 12 ounces and has been named Benjamin John. Mr and Mrs Walter Campney are 'grandparents for the first time and Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney are great grand- parerits. Mr and Mrs George Manus took Mrs Holdren and Kenneth Hawcott to Rochester Sunday, where they visited the Wallace Haw- cotts. Mrs Holdren also spent some time with her granddaughter Sheila. Mrs Bertha Mansmith accompanied the'm. Fortnightly Club will meet March 13 with Lydia Schwietert. Note there are three 'weeks'be* tween meetings. Mr and Mrs Herman Harms and Wilhelmina of West Bend were Saturday callers at the B. E. Millers. Mr and Mrs George Hawcott and Mrs Bertha Wallace were dinner guests SwyJay. at the home of Lulu Hawcott and Selina, Clifton, all had lunch together and spent Thursday visiting. Friday Mary Mrs Kain leCt 'for Molalla where, .they will visit Elnore (Mrs William Laidlaw) Mary will visit there 2 or 3 days then leave for Korea for a year of service. Mrs Kain will returr by train. Mrs Young returned with her brother John, Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky and Mrs Mary Michaelsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Lowell Jaspers and family of Carpenter, Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsqn and family, and Gary, Greg and Darwin Michaelsen and Ellen and Terry Nelson were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young visited at the Joe "Loebach home by Whittemore,. Sunday afternoon. Mrs Loebach is recuperating from an operation she underwent re- .cently. , Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Elizabeth. Kennedy and Tienan brothers. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker visited Sunday evening at the Bill Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Ike Clabaugh, Margie, Marlys and Marilyn werq Sunday evening supper guests at the Victor Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen and family, Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch and family, Mrs P. W. Hansen, Clyde Moore and family and Emma Gatton were Sunday evening visitors. The occasion was Judy Fitch's birthday. "A person can easily avoid having a long face. All he has to do is keep his chin up. COASTING Twelve-year old Jimrnie of Cumberland received a lacerated thigh recently coasting accident. While badly in a coast ing down the hiil, he hit a patch of ice, which caused him to hit a tree and in some manner he cut his thigh on ,the sled. Som§ thirty stitches were required to close the The average weight of the human brain is 48 ounces. Shower Honors Ledyard Bride Of N-York Man Ledyard — On Friday evening a miscellaneous shower was held in the E. and R. Church honoring Jeane Brandt, who was married Sunday evening to Earl Cowin of Albany, New York. Mrs Wm. Fennema was in charge of the program and introduced each number /with a story. The program was as follows: Reading, "Introduction" by Shirley Runksrneier; Sax Solo by Deanna Brandt, accompanied by her mother; Reading, "Bride's Difficulties", Carolyn G o e t z; Girls' Trio, Janis Goetz, Sandra Fennema and Deiores Udstuen, accompanied by Betty Herzog; Reading, "How To Secure a Ha'ppy Home" by Mrs Art Hunk- smeier. f .he bride-to-be was as* sisted in opening many beautjr fwl gifts by Carol Ann rneier,' (Carolyn Goetz, Jutting and Deanna Brandt, Sher ry Klinksiek and Gail ' Baumjjn assisted in passing the gifts. Shirley Vdstuen. had charge of the guest book. . Pick«d reoMN wawaow Trojan Twist ALL-WOOL WORSTED SUITS SWEK BUY H ONLY. ... l EXTRA weorl toh of ft! 2. EXTRA wrinkle resistantl 3. EXTRA press retenrtwU 4. EXTRA easy-core economy! 5. EXTRA value lor your money 1 hardy, elegantly tattered Trolan , narrow k»pe? me brown or gray. Tailored b} Club" one of AmerkaY leading waker* ol q«aKry clothing. 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