The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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,afch s ana »oini iii about who !§ Wdti&tg there this winter. AM Mrs Harold HftKog i ttei Melh«s ott Weanet- . be |t & Miftftesate, on Monday 8 for pic>ttf>. from Wednesday,night; March 26 until fuesaaytjftotttirigj Ma*ch*31 t 'M* and Mt« Jo* OrwnUrg left .Monday for "a vacation of several weeks in California^ They are making the trip'by .plane from Fort Dodge, Mrs Walter klamp was host- es* to ^e-Big.SiJc'birthday club ,Wedftesday at -a pot-luck lunch* eon.^ Mrs ^. P. Smith's birthday • Was,'celebrated. • Mrs W. J. Sigsbee plans to go .to Lincoln, Nebraska Saturday to be toitK the family of her daughter, Mrs W. E 4 Beardsley while I 1 the latter has major surgery. ; The Men's Forum of ihe Con- vgregational church had a sun* Jrise service in the chapel this < morning (Thursday) at seven o'clock. Rev. James Bpyd Was the, speaker. ,, ' infe Btl§c)i lnd i „_. Dinneff ,i«%f6 Had tt thei* honof At, tte.'Twime' Of M& fiditft Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster ex- pect'to haVe as their Easter dinner guests, Mr, and Mrs Dallas Foster, Fort Dodge and the son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs ^ Wesley Bartlett and family.' A Viola Berninghaus and Mrs Truman Simpson attended a , cosmetologist's meeting, at Mason, City on Sunday. > Mrs Simpson alstj Visited her mother, Mrs L. , A. Bolenus who % is a patient at r Mercy hospital there following major surgery. '' ' ' Wesleyan .Service Guild, bust• ness and professional' women's •'group" of the. Methodist church '•met Monday > evening for a 6:30 •dinner. Devotions were 'given by Alice Reding, the lesson by Ruth .Ocoss and ithe social time was in charge of Joan Scott. Bel Canto Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of -Mrs Rex 'Taylor. The program was on *the operetta, "The Red Mill" ,and was in charge of Mrs Richard Mawdsley, Mrs 'R. M. Anderson, Mrs Glen Graham and Mrs 'Wesley Bartlett. _ - ' ,,,' \ ' Senior Methodist Youth Fellow "^ship-had Wltihusuar lenteh s*er 'vice 'Palm .Sunday 'at '5:30. En- 'titled, ''The Meal in the, Upper Room", it was an enactment of the • Last-Supper. - Kathryn Spr 7 enson directed the choral.readers for the event and''Mrs Glen Graham, "the music. Mrs Joe Tschet- ter.had charge'of the program. The meal was prepared by, M£s Perry Collihs, Mrs'Wallace McDougall, 'Mrs Esther -Helberg and Mrs Leonard Maleug.' Mrs Rex Voyles was hostess to her card club on % Thursday eve• Oing. - Mrs Ted< Chrischilles, received the prize'for' high score. Mr and Mrs- Vdyles^ will leave Sunday for Hot Springs, Ark. on a weekls vacation'trip won by. Mr Voyles.-t The son, Steve will .stay with Mr and Mrs Richard Burt, "Scott and Rexanne 'with Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson at Des Moines and the family dog will be at the" Raymond Lovstad farm at Burt. ' , Btisch the following wefe guestsj Mr 4M M>s Alvih BuSch, Mr Mrs Myreh Buich and family, and Mfs MarUft Runksmeler, and Mfs Ray SkSrenSOn. Mrs Wil- hia MacKinnon and Nancy» Mfl Richardson find children and Mr and Mrs Ray Valvlck of Swea City., At Jhe Edward 1 " Lloyd Mi? ^Warren Lloyd's Ad-Mr and Mrs Alfred Ll,6yd<and sons were Sunday evening diriner guests in honor of Marlin. , - ' 1 'At tHe,C,.L; > Egesdal home the folio wing-.were 1 guestst Mr* and Mrs Bert'Stetisland of-Story City, Mrs Loa Eichhorn, -Mr and Mrs Donald Eichhorn and family, Mr andJMrS Earl Egesdal^d family, all' of ;Elmore, Mr dnd Mrs Ted Wallentine and ianiily of Lakota, Mr "and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Jr., and • Robert Walleritihes of Swea City. • ,' V ./; In the afternoon Baptismal services were held at .the E. and R. Church for the little daughter of Mr- arid' Mrs j Carlin 'Egesda' Sr. She Avas given 4he name Karl Sue. Her sponsors were Mr and Mrs Carlih Egesdal Jr. and Mr and-'Mrs Bert Stenslartd oi Story City. , Kari" SUe was born on "Mrs" Stensland's birthday. Linda,' daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Nit?, was one .of the Confirmation- class"' at 'the -Lutheran Church in Lakota on Sunday anc in the evening a 'dinner was helc in her honor with Mr and Mrs L.- At Nitz of Lakota, Mr a'nd Mrs Max' Nitz •. of , Ledyard,' Mr and Mrs Ray Estel of Elmore, Maxine, Kenneth, and Merle Welfare of Ringsted as guests: John Frndle was called to Blue Earth,,,Sunday," by the death of his sister. •• , • ' Mrs Freda Frey,< Mrs Ida Darnell and Mrs Dot Welfare went to Mason City on Tuesday where they visited Mrs-Anna.Togerson, ^ Wteffler who hftd <2«ifir . e Thompson attended a nf 6ftd banquet ^Gt, Seed . Siftg irt Algons durtftf the 0&vid also attended; ft m^ellng of the" Kbssuth ^County R.L.C.A. and Auxiliary'at the home of W* and Mrs S» Straley, at Fenton. Mrs J.tV Sullivan and Jet'e" miah, accompanied by Mr and Mf Mike .Koppeh of ^Whitte- molfe went to Iowa City, lo«?a " lay to vish their aunt, Mrs , KreB&bach, who te a patient at tht University Hospital, 'Glenn' B,' Dyer, son of Mrs H. !t vDyef' of -Ledyard has been promoted to General agent for the Illinois Central Railroad, at Jollett lilt > Glenn was traveling freight agent at Detroit, Mich, before being sent to Mattoon, 111. V^here he has lived and worked for the Company as District Traffic agent for the past .three years. . , •MrS B. E. Gilbertson $pertt last Sunday »and Monday at the home of Mr Gilbertson's brother, the Kermit Gilbertspns at Albert Lea, Minn., as their daughter ihac passed^away on Saturday, On Tuesday Mr and Mrs Gilbertson and Jerry and Jon went to Alberl Lea for the 'funeral. Jerry and Jon were pallbearers. ,' Mr and-Mrs J. F* Sullivan and Jeremiah were Sunday dinner gtiest£ at the S. P. Powers home in Lakota. Mrs Mary Bashara went to Gowrie On Friday to spend the weekend a.t the home of her dau'ghter and her husband. • Men s of the E,, and 'R> Church met last week at the church and organized "a Men's Brotherhood They elected 'the following officers: Irvjn Brandt,-.' chairman: 'Donald Mino, 'vice f chairman; Herman Mt and George ohn and DeS t tfnd .„ Neal . Wtre weektndfallts ait|>e Of B. Mayer tedyard Lassies WftS held on Saturday at the hotfHljBf Dline WaterhftUse. falks ana J«fft6n- stratiorts were, giv daitsentefj-'Diirtitei ,. Diane Waterhouse, fail ,.,. , Nancy Hefzog and Mofttea Mifft- yef* • - , / •. . <:? Bancroft Coupl Go To France For Wedding V Bancroft Quinn left Friday fbf Omaha where they have two daughter,:! living, From there they boarded a plane for overseas td attend the wedding of tbeir daughter, Miss Patrecha Quinn' fltfto is d R.N, in an Army Hospital in France afJd to do some sightseeing. Mrs Bess Connelly who ha« been with her daughter, Fay ana 'amily fot itwo w»kft fetutnedi home Saturday, Arllss Dorf efitertelned ten little girls at & surprise party" in tit* ihef cousin Monke's i2th 'birthday., were played and Mary Ann Meyers wrtfi the hi|h prize. Mrs George Nauman, who fell at her home was taken by am* bulance to Spirit Lake, where U was found she had fractured her hip. Mrs Nauwan has « daugh* ter living at Spirit Lake. Mr- and Mrs Gene Elsbecker arc patents of a daughter born Thursday, April 18 at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs James Becker and Mr and Mrs Clem Elsbocker arc the grandparents. Mr ahd Mrs Phil Inmnn are parents of a son born March 17 al St., Ann hospital, Algonn, Mr and Mrs Charles tnmdn and Mt- and Mrs John Haupert are the grandparents. Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's .Catholic church between Hubert Schiltz and Bernice Cunningham. Hospital patients this week are Clarence McQuife in Rochester for medical treatment; Mr Ernest Benkcndorf and Mrs Joe Fox, University Hospital, Iowa City, for medical treatment; Charles Ooeti<», University Hospital, Minneapolis, where he is going through the clinic. ' 7 Thimday, March 16,1459 Alcjena M Upp*r &*t PHONE CY 44S9I - YOUR NP?S?At»fK ENDS THURSDAY! , "ME AND THE COLONEL" FRIDAY and SATURDAY! flE DARED TO LOVE A CANNIBAL PRINCESS! 27 No Dance Sat.,'-- Mar. 28 _ Keith Killinger & Orch. Sun.. - Mar.'gsrNo Dance Mon., - Mar. 30 , '' Appreciation Dance "On The -Mouse" F R E Z „ Pop -.Popcorn,- Ice Hoi Dogs= -. Penny Beer , Frank'.Buhr,, - ; ••-.•. And His Ramblers •' Adm. 1.21 plus lax lot. 1.35 ' .Wed., >-; April 1 • Britt -Firemans Ball Jules' Herman & Ofch. x Coming "Tl^urs. April,*19" • ^' Harry J,&mes'&*Orclj.'• PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, MAR. 29 Easter Don Hoy . FRIDAY, APRIL 3 Frank Buhr ' . 'SUNDAY, APRIITS— Sammy Stevens FRIDAY, APRIL 10 Hard Times Dance Come As You Are 'The Haymakers" SUNDAY APRIL 12 , Don,Hoy No Advance 'Booth Reservations i Doors Open at 8:30 WLMLMO MIL IUIJUL } I U1I/I1I.IIV 41 U III I VII MM* *^T "%SW | NCHANTED OF MIGHTY "MOBYDlCia ARTHUR SHaOS- TO dt C0t9« • FfflflWCH L£OOT« SatupUr >f JAMUttKEStW mi m * PLUS THIS CO-HIT Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the home of Judy Frideres. Three mothers were present, Mrs Froehlich, Mrs Bristow and Mrs Seller. Talks were given by Judy Frideres, Bonnie Bristow, Betty Wickwire and Jane Raney. The April meeting will be -held , at the home of Linda and' Bonnie .Bristow. .,- B,OWL , Three generations of Neidicks 'bowl every 'Supday at ,the" bowling lanes in Tf-aer.; They are-BiU ' Neidick, his son Bud' and Bud's son,- Tom. ' Bill, who ,4s 72, re r cently bowled a 277, just twerity pins under his best .score, IF IT'5 NEWS WE WANT IT SUNDAY -V >; ' (•.» . i ' FOR 3 DAYS! 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