The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 29
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AROUND ALGONA Mr and Mrs-Roge* Phillips are oh a vacatiori trip to Florida. They left March 5 and are expected home in about a week. —o— Michelle Anne, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Vincent Bernardo, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Goodwill Industries truck will be at Mrs William Runchey's, 819 S. Minnesota, on Monday, April 6 for pick-up, Pupils of St. Cecelia's Academy •will have their Easter vacation from Wednesday night, March 25 until Tuesday morning, March 31. Mr and Mrs Joe Greenberg left Monday for a vacation of several weeks in California. They are making the trip by plane from Fort Dodge. Mrs Waller Klamp was hostess to the Big Six birthday club Wednesday at a pot-luck luncheon. Mrs J. P. Smith's birthday was celebrated. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee plans to go to Lincoln, Nebraska Saturday to be with the family of her daughter, Mrs W. E. Beardsley while the latter has major surgery. —o— The Men's Forum of the Congregational church had a sunrise service in the chapel this morning (Thursday) at seven o'clock. Rev. James Boyd was the speaker. —o— Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster expect 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. —o— Viola Berninghaus and Mrs i Truman Simpson attended a cosmetologist's meeting at Mason City on Sunday. Mrs Simpson also visited her mother, Mrs L. A. Bolenus who is a patient at Mercy hospital there following major surgery. Wesleyan Service Guild, business 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 Cross and the 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 an unusual lenten service Palm Sunday at 5:30. Entitled, "The Meal in the Upper Room", it was an enactment of the Last Supper. Kathryn Sorenson directed the choral readers for the event and Mrs Glen Graham, the music. Mrs Joe Tschetter had charge of the program. The meal was prepared by Mrs Perry Collins, Mrs Wallace McDougall, Mrs Esther Helberg and Mrs Leonard Maleug. , —o— Mrs Hex Voyles was hostess to her card club on Thursday evening. Mrs Ted Chrischilles received the prize for high score. Mr and Mrs Voyles will leave Sunday for Hot Springs, Ark. on a week's vacation trip won by Mr Voyles. The son, Steve will stay with Mr and Mrs Richard Burt. Scott and Rexanne will be with Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson at Des Moines and the family dog will be at the Raymond Lovstad farm at Burt. Confirmation AtLedyard Ledyard — At the E. and R. church Sunday morning, three following ' young people were confirmed: Jane Egesdal, Caroline Busch and Marlin Lloyd. Dinners were held in their honor at their homes. At the home of Mrs Edith Busch the following were guests: Mr and Mrs Alvin BUsch, Mr and Mrs Myron Busch and family, Mr and Mrs Marlin Runksmeier, Mr and Mrs Ray Sorenson, Mrs Wi}ma MacKinnon and Nancy, Mrs Richardson and children and Mr and Mrs Ray Valvick of Swea City. At the Edward Lloyd home Mr Warren Lloyd and Mr and Mrs Alfred Lloyd and sons were Sunday evening dinner guests in honor of Marlin. At the C. L. Egesdal home the following were guests: Mr and Mrs Bert Stensland of Story City, Mrs Loa Eichhorn, Mr and Mrs Donald Eichhorn and family, Mr and Mrs Earl Egesdal and family, all of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentine and family of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Jr., and Robert Wallentines of Swea City. In the afternoon Baptismal services were held at the E-. and R. Church for the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Sr. She was given the name Kari Sue. Her sponsors were Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Jr. and Mr and Mrs Bert Stensland of Story City. Kari Sue was born on Mrs Stensland's birthday. Linda, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Nitz, was one of the Confirmation class at the Lutheran Church in Lakbta on Sunday and in the evening a dinner was held in her honor with Mr and Mrs L. A. Nitz of Lakota, Mr and 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, who is working there this .winter. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog went to Des Moines on Wednesday where they attended the State Lumberman's Convention. Mrs Gertrude Wiemer Who had visited her brother and his wife the John Tillrnoney's for the past ten days returned, home with them. George Thompson attended a meeting and banquet for Seed Corn Dealers at the Plantation near Whittemore on Thursday. Mrs Thompson visited Mrs David King in Algona during the day. They also attended a meeting of the Rossuth County R.L.C.A. and Auxiliary at the home of Mr and Mrs S. Straley at Fenton. Mrs J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah, accompanied by Mr and Mr Mike Koppen of Whittemore' went to Iowa City, Iowa Monday to visit their aunt, Mrs Lena Krebsbach, who is a patient at the .University Hospital. Glenn E; Dyer, son of Mrs H. M. Dyer of Ledyard has been promoted to General agent for the Illinois Central Railroad, at Joliet, 111. Glenn was traveling freight agent at Detroit, Mich, before being sent to Mattoon, 111. where he has lived and worked for the Company as District Traffic agent for the past three years. Mrs B. E. Gilbertson spent last Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr Gilbertson's brother, the Kermit Gilbertsons at Albert Lea. Minn., as their daughter had passed away on Saturday. On Tuesday Mr and'Mrs Gilbertson and Jerry and Jon went to Albert Lea for the funeral. Jerry and Jon were pallbearers. 1 Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah were Sunday dinner guests at the S. P. Powers home in Lakota; • Mrs Mary Bashara went to Cowrie on Friday to spend the weekend at the home of her daughter and her husband. Men of the E. and R. Church met last week at the church and organized a Men's Brotherhood. They elected the following officers: Irvin Brandt, chairman; Donald Mino, vice chairman; William Tokheim, secretary; and Herman Brandt, treasurer. \ Mr and, Mrs George Gonins and Pamela and John and Mr and Mrs Neal Warren of Des Moines were weekend guests at the D. B. Mayer home. The March meeting of the Ledyard Lassies was held on Saturday at the home of Diane Waterhouse. Talks and demonstrations were given by Ann Carpenter, Diane Grunhovd, Diane Waterhouse, Gail Bauman, Nancy Herzog and Monica Munyer. Bancroft Couple Go To France For Wedding Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Wm. Quinn left Friday for Omaha where they have two daughter* living. From there ;they boarded a plane for overseas to attend the wedding of their daughter, Miss Patrecha Quinn rvho is a R.N. in an Army Hospital in France and to do some sightseeing. » '. " Mrs Bess Connelly who has been with her daughter Fay and family for 'two weeks returned home Saturday. Arliss Dorr entertained ten little girls at a surprise party in honor of her cousin , Jariico Mcnke's 12th birthday. Games were played and Mary Ann Meyers won the high prize. Mrs George Nauman, who fell at her home was taken by ambulance to Spirit Lake, where it was found she had fractured her hip. Mrs Nauman has a dough* ter living at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Gene Elsbecker are parents of a daughter born Thursday, April 18 at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mr a*nd Mrs James Becker and Mr and Mrs Clem Elsbecker are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Phil Inman are parents of a son born March 17 at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Mr and Mrs Charles Inman and Mr and Mrs John Haupert are the grandparents. Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday in St. John'3 Catholic church between Hubert Schiltz and Bernice Cunningham. Hospital patients this week are Clarence McGuire in Rochester for medical treatment; Mr Ernest Benkendorf and Mrs Joe Fox, University Hospital, Iowa City, for medical treatment; Charles ENDS THURSDAY: "ME AND THE COLONEL" ALGONA FRIDAY and; SATURDAY ! H£ DARED TO LOVE A CANNIBAL PRINCESS! 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 Haney. The Apr" meeting will be held at the home of Linda and Bonnie Bristow. BOWL Three generations of Neidicks bowl every Sunday at the bowing lanes in Traer. They are Bill Neidiek, his son Bud and Buds son, Tom. Bill, who is 72, recently bowled a 277, just twenty pins under his best score. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT ALGONA Saturday-2 P.M. • EASTER ALL - CARTOON & COMEDY SHOW • 1ft Color IW Cartoons - plus — TWO 3-STOOGES COMEDIES Ft i.; »-Mar.-27-No- Pance Sat., - Mar. ^8 _ Keith _KiUinger &_ Orch._ Sun.. - Mar. 29~No Dance Mon« • Kar. 30 Appreciation 'Dance "On The House" FREE Pop - Popcorn. - Ice Hot Dogs - Penny Beer Frank. Buhr And His Ramblers> Adm. 1.21 :plus lay lot. 1.35 Wedi, -.April! Brltt Firemans Ball ^Jules_Herman_&_Orch. _ Coming "Thiirs. : April 19 . Harry James & Orch. 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