The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
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TRADE-GAMBLES GIVE AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 Attendance Is Little Short' At Ottosen v Oifo»6«--.Tho Amcrlcinn Legion Auxiliary met Tuosdny afternoon at the home of Mrs Martin Meyer, Not^ enough •, members were present to conduct n meeting, but nine guests assisted at the all-clay meeting, sewing cnrpel rags for the veterans. Guests wore Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Paul Meyer, Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mrs Donald Larson, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Seltnn Nelson, Mrs Lester Wehrspnnn and Mrs Arthur Ldvig. Ex-Resideni Dies Oscar William Movlck, 04, oi Thompson died at the Forest City hospital Monday evening March 9 after a lingering illness- He had been a resident of this community until he moved to Thompson 8 years ago. , Funeral services were held a the Lutheran church at Thomp son Thursday, at 1 p.m. with graveside rites nt the cemetery at Ottosen nt 3:30. Survivors are his -wife, the former Evelyn Andrcgg of West Bend, two sons Eugene and Neal, and a daughter, Mrs Mcrrildean Hanson, throe sisters and three brothers. Elevator Dinner The Twin Rivers Band Mothers Lone Rock Girl To Wed Apr. 25 Mr and Mrs W. H, O'Donnell, Lone Rock, have announced the engagement nnd approaching murringc of their dougnter, Phil- lls Ann, above, to Gerald Smith, son of M rand Mrs Frank Smith, Whittomore. The wedding will be held Saturday morning, April 25, in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. (Ncl.s Isaacson Photo- UDM Engraving). NOW Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER Added to The Shortening served the dinner for the Bodo Farmers Elevator Co. patrons Saturday noon. Plans had been made to serve 500, but because of the snow storm attendance was cut to 350. Mrs Merle Holt and Mrs Ivan Evenson were co-chairmen of the dinner, which was served at the iigh school at Bode. The Twin Rivers bus drivers attended a bus driver's clinic at Gilmore City Monday evening at the high school. Long, Keith On Washington Trip Cecil Long, Algona, Chairman of; the Kossuth County Farm Bureau National Policy Commit tee left for Washington, D. C Sunday, March 8, as a delegat from Kossuth County. Cecil ,i among 100 other /Farm Bureau delegates in Washington. .;..w>._..-. Kossuth County's delegate has long been active in Farm Bureau work. Cecil and his wife Blanch farm in Plum Creek Township on a 100 acre stock farm. Besides their son Steven, 2, at home they have one married daughter, Mrs I Harold Bjuslrom, farming west of Algona. He was to return March 12. Washington bound also from Kossuth County is Wayne Keith, Iowa Farm Bureau Vice President.,. Keith is on the State Legislative Committee. A man who knows his own imperfections is just about as perfect as it is possible for anyone to be. You Don't Worship God Alone TRADE-GAMBLES GIVE I r .;.!_ BIG TRA0WN ALLOWANCES J B IKE STREAMERS Regularly HSAWATHA Arrow oh!|bjfla«J' NEVER so many Custom Features at such KtttJ3SL% a LOW, LOW PRICE! 38»<° handkbar$ - Door Storage fiotomatu pefrost ^ue lero Freeier •Tsquara-tine Design, CORONADO Custom Deluxe 14* REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER i-bw Price «,!! Nr Wwk, PayflWt Monthly Keep* food fresher and longed Automatic defrost, 8Q# freez«r, trwi rplk«t shelf, r, Shelves In door, CREST BIKE TIRE BI 9 1 Vcihfo! H , HI de^&t.non.skidtreQdde. ^ "mrrnrr • One of the old favorite hymns starti~<mf "We Gather Together ..." To us who belong to the Episcopal Church the thought of gathering together to worship God is one of the most important things iq our religious life. We gather together to worship God in a body. You see, in the Episcopal Church, the serv» ices you attend whether Morning Prayer, Even*, ing Prayer or the Service of Holy Communion, are centered in the worship of God, You soft "That's true of any church," and that's right but in an entirely different degree. Sure, we have a sermon in most of our services, ana we believe that "preaching the word" is mosf essential. But, the service is not "preaching centered", It's centered around the worship, of God. r And we all take part in the services which are contained in our beloved Book of Common Prayer*- we refer 'to it as corporate worship* Wouldn't you like to join us? We assort you of this much «-"< you'll leave feeling you/ff really been in church, ' • .-!- X Join us soon in the Episcopal Cburc.b • ' • • •' Relative Of Memore • 1 Folks Dies i Whiftemore — Mr and Mr* , '• Herman Voigt and Mr and MfS ; Arthur Heidenwith wefre ,6t Pomefoy last Sunday after Mra , Stella Meyer, a relative, died the previous day. Mr and Mrs Heiv bcrl Potratz and Mrs Ernie Meyer attended the funeral,' which was held Monday. Bowls™ To Tourney Two teams from Whlttemord, - t went to Sioux Falls, So. Dak., Sunday and entered the bowling, tournament. Those who -participated were James B/Geelafl, . Rev. Francis Conway, RUBS'Medin> Mr and Mrs Alfred "Bell,- Mr and, Mrs Eldon Maahs, Mr and Mra Melvin Roeber, Mr- and MM Ralph Nicholas, Mr and Mrs John Mosbach and Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich. Mr and Mrs Robert Higgins and Danny, accompanied by the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Conrad Higgins, attended graduation exercises of the latter's son, Gordon Higgins, at Mankato State College after four years of liberal' arts course, majoring in Business Administration. Martin Potratz, accompanied by his mother, Mrs Richard Potratz and Mrs Adelia Meyer of here and Mrs John Hopkins of Algona. visited with Bonnie Potratz at, Estherville Monday afternoon. _ f Beverly Zumach, R. N., Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with her parents, • Mr and Mrs- Herbert Zumach. Other guests at the Zumach home were Mr and Mrs Donald (Doc) Gunderson and family of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Herman. Zumach and* Mrs Anna' Dau. v Mrs Henry Wichtendahl entertained the south side card club at her home Monday. Mrs'Ed- ward • Greinert won high, Mrs Emma Knecht low and Mrs Anna Behnke, .travel. Mr and Mrs Leo Walters entertained their -pinochle club, Monday evening^ William Fandel Sr. and Mrs'Marion Hyink yhv ning high, George Fandel and Mrs William Fandel Sr., second high, Marion Hyink and Mrs Leo Walters", 1 low,' Mrs-.Frank Pick-. arski won the travel prize. * Mr and Mrs Edwin Greiriert entertained their Pinochlejclub at their home Sunday evening) Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert winning high and Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade low. Mrs Lucy Besch entertained the Jolly 500 club Tuesday afternoon, Mrs Pearl Besch,- winning high, Mrs Paul Ludwig, low, and Mrs Erwin Gerber, travel. Mrs W. J. Erdman was a guest of the club. • Raymond Elbert , entertained the Scatter club at his home Tuesday evening. The guests played 500. For the men, James B. Gee- Ian won high, Joseph Loebach, low, and Lawrence Kirsch, travel. Mrs Joseph Loebach won high, and Mrs Herman Kollasch, low for the women. Mr and Mrs Walter Bell of Blue, Earth, Minn, visited at the home of Mrs Anna Baas and daughter ' Elda Wednesday. • " Mr and Mrs Lawrence Fred- , rickson of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy- * Rosendahl and Daniel and Kay Frances, helped Ellsworth Heidenwith celebrate his birthday March 8. * Mr and Mrs Thomas, Dunphy and Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems were Sunday callers at the William Meyer Sr. home. Monday evening at the Meyer home were , their immediate, families and Mr ' Meyer's brother and sisters and ,' Mr and Mrs Hugo Oade, Egbert „ Bell and Mr and Mrs Loran, Befl <•' of Algona. , ' . ,. • Mrs Herbert Zumach entertain-,. ed a number of neighbors at cards } ' Friday evening in, honor of her , husband's birthday, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt won higlj, and travel, Archie Voigt and Mrs. Her*, man Zumach low, " • v ^ Mr and Mrs George Streit had-v, as guests at their home' Sunday,? > in honor of their daughter CoKf leta's birthday Mr and Mrs, -*-- l «= vin Erpelding and family,* , mond Elbert and, family, ^ Peter' Fandel and" "o Marpella and Lqretta of and Mrs Bernard Strert, ily of Ottosen, Mr and Mr$ Streit and family and T> """ mers of Graettmger, Mr and Mrs Mr and'Mr,s W , family,* Emma Roefe? Roeber of he?9 ,gp • • - -rand,'! f\ THE iPISCOPAl CHURCH WllCQMfS ' ST. THOIV1A5 1 CHURCH Sunday ~ 11 Linda' birthdays Sunda ' '

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