The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
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'^^^.Mi^^JMtf'V*^ 5 K&J." -• ,. ' Mr man Mr ertt and Mrs Lso E. Bleich of Wesley announce Ihe engagement arid "'approaching June marriage of their daaughter Lorraine to Jerp'me, son of Mr and Mrs Le Roy Gallogly of Mason City. Both are - graduates of Drake University where she was affiliated with Alpha 'Xi Delta' social sorority and Mu Phi Epsilon Honorary, Music sorority. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity 1 and Alpha,Kappa Psi business administration honorary fraternity. Miss • Bleich'teaches-music in Adel Community School. Mr Gallogly is an underwriter for Allied Mutual Casualty Company of Des'iMoines. (UDM engraving). ,-Lakota — Mr and Mrs Allen who live northeast of La- were involved ifi an ac'ci : d£nt' , Sunday morning as they were enroute to attend church at Wesley. ' , :The Vaske car hit a snow drift which threw them into the path of-an oncoming truck. Mrs Vaske was taken-to the Buffalo Center hospital where she. is being treated'for/ a possible skull frac- tur.e. -The f four Vaske children arid-Mr Vaske were ^reafed,: and released. They were 'treated for minor cuts and bruises. SurprisD Parly •Mr and Mrs Andrew -Jansen were pleasantly "surprised Fridaj evening when Mr and Mrs Lam ont Jansen of Bancroft, Mr -ant Mrs Arnold Karels of • Frost Minn., Mr and Mrs Robert Rip pentrop- and Phyllis ofVElmore Mr and • Mrs Alvin Rippentroj and'Jim of Titonka and Mrs Idal Rippentrop and daughters drop ped in to help them celebrate their 29th wedding anniversary. The self-invited guests brought m'a'ny gifts .and lunch".. Great Grandmother' Twice :Mrs Frauke Schadendorf had the-, distinction-' of becoming a great grandmother , twice within five>days, when Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer of Bancroft became parents of a son last Wednesday morning and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Ennen of Lone Rock became parents of a son on Monday morning, unday dinner, guests at the parental Lee Olson home* Mr and Mrs Leo Johnson oi urlew and their daughters, leola of Cedar Falls and Peggy of Buffalo Center, "were Sunday guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs P. C. Geilenfeldt. , Mr and Mrs Roger Krominga and -Kevin, were Sunday guests at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga at Titonka. Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedt, f ete tS&thftsUtee ^ tufritt BBS M&ittes, 1$. ^tending fram f Strife ^Tjatfen. Mrs Albert Bobkei- family ot Algona wfeiw __„. night guests with nis sister »M; husband," Mr atid Mr$ Rtrsssell Waters;; - '\- ' * > • Tena Price of, Buffalo Center : is staying at the, Albert Sleper Ihomfc white Mrs Slepef- is at R<*ch<*6ter, Mirittf with hei daughters; Jean, ', - , .... Mr -and Mrs Irvln Schwarz School Hall, spent, Sunday at thfe home of her parents* Mr and Mrs Harm Harringa &t Titonka. The Lutheran Ladles Aid met Wednesday* afternoon, in the parish hall of the church with MesdameS Bertha Mabus, Alvina Edwards s and Delore* Sachs as hostesses. Mrs Martha Wallen tine gave the topic, Beverly Cushman played a flute solo, accompanied by Maxine Clayton and a clarinet trio c6mpose<| oi David Ley, Clare Barrett , and Dennis Christ played. An Eastei presentation -was given by Aileen DOrnbush. The Aid contributed for the purchase ot three light* 'for the Nave of the church and the hostesses served a lunch. Mrs Rosa Rahmstock spent the weekend at Lone Rock with her daughter and family, the Wilfred Radigs. The Lincoln Township Home makers Club will m,eqt March 2 in the 'home of Mrs Otto Hertzke at 2 p.m. Co-hostess <will b,e Mrs Arend Hans. • Saturday afternoon, -Wayne Heetland of Minneapolis called on his aunt, Hannah Heetland. ' Mr* Henry Steenhard and Mrs Irvin Schwarz left Burt Tuesday 'morning with a group of other worrien for Des 1 Moines to attend the tour set up by the Farm Bureau. The Lakota Band Mothers met Monday night with Mrs Ray Hertzke, Mrs Maynard Hertzke and Mrs Arlowe Erdahl'as hostesses Reports Were given' and $90 was lurned over to the Band Mothers by high school band'members. March 20 was .'set,for the annual .grade basketball jamboree or Family Night. Stanley L. Vodra c ki, son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska, n' sophomore Philospohy English student at St. John's University/ CollegeVille, Minn, 'has been rated as an honor student. Friends of the George Enneiu will be sorry to learn that Mr ' ' ' St Mr* Bob .Bfthnita .<W»fc Ho m Thiffsday MfcSi/Afrr hospital in A^&'fcitttif AM hW >ecrt a itifeffical 'pttUftk 'Brttrtce Bormann- is-assistSni ^rttH the loui&hold doiies Ifl tM E&tmann. home durirtg Mf« Bormthfi*$ convalescing, ' ',,. '; •;• '" , following the^ 9:30, tenter, Devotiems in jSt. (Joseph's church on Friday evening R special program df instruction's <of married nen wftl be given In St. Joseph's and Mrs Lee sometime at home, Titonka, Cole have the Walter making the .cwaai; mmis, inuimH, matting, m< acquaintance of the little grand daughter. The baby was born March 6 at St. Ann and weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces. She has been named Jean Alice. Mr and Mrs Larry Holding are oarents of a son born at St. Aitn, Alfiona, March 10. The baby weighed seven pounds, two ounces, and hns been named Vaughn Allen. The Holdings other child" rcn are Valerie, Brad and Brenda Grandparents of the children are Mr and Mrs Clifford Holding Burt, and Mr and Mrs Paul.Olson Mason City. Mr and Mrs Harm Groen spen several days with Mr and Mrs Gary'Pringle in Iowa City, where' Mr Groen has been thru the clinic at University hospital. Patrol Candidate Kaplan Wichtcndahl, 2$, Algona,.is one of the 18 Iowa Highway Patrol candidates who began four weeks of training at Camp Dodge near Dos Moines Monday, There are 16 vacancies at the present time to bo filled. They will be filled from candidates now taking the training course. from design to drive... 10 years ahead of its time! Introducing.... the first sell - propelled rotary mower with a full-range disc type drive - eliminates speed confinement and gear failure of conventional transmission. Poweramic Power mowing ti It takes wise parents to know that their own child was as much at fault as 'the neighbors'. . lijUL . CUJ.U iVXl O £*.» \*t t J-I1VA p bCU v» I t " , , t i * James .and .Steven were Friday;- Ennen is .again a patient in night guests at the home of her Mary's-hospital "at Rochester.' and Mrs and and Friday afternoon, Mrs H. D. Mussman, Mrs H. H. Murray and Mrs John Lundquist, Becky and Kay attended a coffee party held at the Elsie Baum home. Mrs Irwin Schwietert of Burt spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister and father, Elsie and William Baum. Mrs Alfred Zielske of Swca City was a Thursday afternoon caller at' the • Richard- Zielske home. Mr and Mrs William Goldtrap of Elmore, Minn, were Sunday callers at the -Ray Becker home Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen of Lone "Rock became the grandparents of a grandspn born to Mr and Mrs LeRoy Ennen of Lone Rock Monday morning at Estherville. Marlene Christ and her roommate, Audrey Birdman, of Water loo, both students at. the Univer sity of Iowa, spent the weekend at the Christ home. ' . Richard Olson and Garry fopear of-the U.S. Marine Force, who' hav? ,been enjoying a 20-day leave at their respective homes, left Sunday for Camp Pendelton, Cajjf. in the company of Ltfrre Spear, Gordon Wertjes .and Rich- night- guests simer, Mrs Helen Jentz at Fenon. Mr.and Mrs A. C. Wilc'ox and family were Sunday 'afternoon callers at the Albert Bosma Sr, home. Mr and Mrs .Herman Jutting and Judy? spent -Sundayfj at ^the^ Carl JansSefTfionie at Wellsburg.' 'Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs C.. ' F v JEnnenberg ' and Roch'elln visited with 'her aunt, Mrs Homer Benjamin at Albert Lea, Minn. Sunday afternoon callers at the Kienitz home were Mi- Mrs Pete Thiesen, Mr and Leon Thiesen and family Mr and Mrs Gene Thiesen family, all of Dolliver. Mrs Idah Rippentrop and Linda were Friday afternoon callers at the Wayne Hanson home at Blue- Earth, Minn, '• '_ :. - _ - Ann Robinson and ^Sophie 1 Ellsworth were Friday afternoon callers in Forest City. Sherry Lou Anderson and Michael Vodraska, who attended chool in Minneapolis, were weekend visitors in the parental A. E Anderson and W. C. Vodraska lomes. . : John E. Smith, who has spenV the past seven weeks in California with his sons, returned homi Thursday. The three circles of the Presbyterian church met Thursday. The Miriam Circle held pieir meeting in the .church with'Polly Gerzema and Mrs Anna'Ukenc 1 as hostesses. Devotions were given by Esther Schroecler Harriet Kruse gave the lesson and Faith Cook read two Easter poems. The Esther Circle me with Emma and Lenj Gutknecht Devotions were given "by Mrs Elmer Paulson. Mrs Lucille Briele gave the lesson. The Mar} Circle met at the home of Edn Paulson with Mary Alice Uken as corhostess. Devotions were given . by Mary Elaine Jutting Mrs- Maude Barrett gave the les t ^^ The last of a series of foui card parties was held in ,St. Joseph's Hall on Sunday evening miti Mrs Len McGuire and Oral]e Wagner receiving high >rizes in Five. Hundred. Seconc ligh winners were.Mrs Raymone? iohlhaas and Ernest Bormann >late pri&j was also won by Mrs n McGuire. -Mrs Bill McGujrt was the- winner of the hookec ug donated by Mrs Delme Plathe. Mrs Richard Thul, Mr ck Bormann and ElizabstV Berte and their 'Committee were n charge of arrangements. Mrs Ralph Kramer -underwen surgery' in St. Joseph's Mercy NOW Sunbeam Bread • '••>, > •, .. i, HAS IOWA Added to The Shortening Rides smooth and steady over any kind of ground! Mows an acre or more an hour! -Fretz. -Sunday guests at the Raymond H^rtzke home were Mr and Mrs W^lace Peterson and ^mily ot Granada, Minn, and MrsHei- teftffB'nwttMM Mrs Jphn Wirt^s, callers were Mr aw Mrs, MaWdHerUke, of Dakota and Mr, and Mrs Hm'lan ertzke family of Buffalo ' callers at . thAwrt.BP«»8 JoJw A, to callers at Buckels home were; Jack Aflfean^ "" ton' son. Dr. and Mrs H. H, Murray and Ann Robinson drove to Minneapolis Sunday where they attended the Spring Gift Show. : Mrs James Meurer went to Iowa City Monday where she had a check up -at University Hospital. Mr and Mrs Eldon Hejdecker of Ledyard are the parents of 7 pounds, 15 ounce baby girl born Sunday at the Buffalo Center lospital. This makes three daugh- ,ers for them. • The maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs ITred Winkelman of Lakota and Mrs Anna Heidecker is the paternal grandmother, v ' > The Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakers Club will meet March-20 at 2 p,m, with Mrs Lawrence Lewis. Mr and Mrs Walter Sachs'we visiting their daughter and. husband, Mr- s"«J -MRS. Roger. 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