The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
Page 27
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Recent Lakofa > Bride Honored With Shower Lakoia — A miscellaneous shower was held Monday afternoon, March 23, at the Ramsey Reform Church honoring Mr.q William F. Langhoff, nee Marlene Heyes, daughter 'of Mr and Mrs Eizo Heyes. Mrs Qen Heyes was master of J ceremonies and the program opened with a solo by Dorothy Dohlman, accompanied by her sister, Janice, 'on the accordion. Beth Johnson gave a reading; a musical reading by Leona Heyes accompanied by Beth Johnson and a reading by Janice Dohlman. Leona Heyes, Beth Johnson and Janice Dohlman assisted the bride in opening the gifts. Hostesses were Mrs Ben Heyes. Mrs Ubbe Heyes, Mrs Richard Heyos, Mrs Carl Johnson, Mrs Kpkn Johnson and Mi's Jasper Dohlman. All the ladies are aunts of the bride, with one exception, Mrs Richard Heyes. Mr and Mrs Langhoff were married Feb. 25 in the Lutheran church in DCS Moines. They will live in Mason City. Confirmation Services . Confirmation services were held Sunday morning in the St. Paul's Lutheran church for the following young people: Caroline Groff, Kenneth Ellman, David Cushman, Arnold Sachs, Richard Cushman, Linda Nitz, Albert Goetz and Gary Edwards. Donna Hertzke sang "The Palms" as a special number and the choir sang an anthem. The life time president of this class is Linda Nitz; vice president, Caroline Groff and the secretary, Richard Cushman. At Housewarming Mr and Mrs John Vokoun and daughter, Shirley, former La- kotans, now on a farm near Woden, were honored last Friday with a housewarming when a group of their Lakota friends gathered at their home. They were Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson. Mr ;inrl Mrs Ed Sheldahl, Mr and Mrs Fred Heyes and family, Mr and Mrs George Heyes and Ben. Mr and Mr.s Arthur Wirtjes and family, Beth Johnson, Leona Ueyes, Lucy, Alfred, August and William Melz. Mr nnd M-x Vokoun were ' presented with on electric kitchen clock, 21st Anniverrarv Mr and Mrs Louis Price were pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when friends and relatives came to help them observe their 21st wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr and Mrs Al Dud- dinfi, Mr and Mrs Donald Kollasch of Buffalo Center, Mrs Anna Wibben of Titonka, Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrctt of Algona, Mr and Mrs Arnold Becker, Mr and Mrs Rav Becker, Mr and Mrs Robert Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Paul Kollas'.-h. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Maynard Hertzke. Miss Mardyss Johnson of Mason ft************ City spent the Easter weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry R. Johnson. Saturday afternoon Mrs 'Earl Thompson entertained five classmates of their son Phillip on his ninth birthday. They were Robert Christ, David Smith, Craig Koppen, Cecil Mabus and Mark Dornbush. Gifts, games and a lovely birthday lunch were the order of the day. Mrs Lawrence Lewis was hostess to the Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakers Club on Friday afternoon. A reorganization of Cub Scouts, Explorers and Boy Scouts was held at the Robert Hamilton home. Further details will bo given when all committees and offices are filled. Sharon Mastin, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Mastin, began work on Monday as bookkeeper at the First National Bank in Elmore. Miss Mastin is a graduate of Lakota High School, class of '58, and graduated from Mankato Business College on March 13. Mrs Laura Wirtjes of Winnebago and Mr and Mrs Paul Hertzke were Sunday dinner guests of the Raymond Hertzkes. Mrs Rosa Rhamstock spent the Easter weekend with her daughter and family, the Wilfred Ra- digs at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs-Arvid Christ and family' of Scarville and Mr and •Mrs Mike Christ Jr. spent Easter Sunday at the parental Mike Christ home. Mr and Mrs Lou Nitz were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and family, the Paul Nitz'i in Ledyard. Sunday dinner guests at the F. W. and Elsie Baum home were Mr and Mrs Marvin Baum and family of Clear Lake, Bill Baum of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Art Baum of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Verdean Baum of Blue Earth and Mr and'Mrs Irwin Schwietert of Burl. Mr and Mrs Clarence Baum of Blue Earth were Saturday afternoon callers. Dr. and Mrs John Lundquist entertained at Easter dinner, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray, Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray and Scott, Mrs Sophie Ellsworth, Mike and Woody and Ann Robinson. Mr and Mrs Raymond Wilcox of Humboldt, Iowa were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Richard Zielske home. .<^noon the Zielskes' daughter, Mrs Roy Ward called from San Bernardino, Calif, to wish them a Happy Easter. Mr and Mrs Ernest Bauman became the parents of their third son, born Saturday the 28th, at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Ray Becker entertained at Easter dinner, Mr and Mrs Arnie Becker and family, Mr and Mrs Herbert Julius and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Olthoff, Mrs Martin Becker and Terry and Mr and Mrs Harold Olthoff and daughter. Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart Church of Ledyard is sponsoring a Father and Son banquet to be held at the Sacred Heart Hall on April 12. A hnm dinner will be served to start at 0 p.m. Mr and Mrs Alden Wilcox and family and Mr and Mrs Herman Bosma spent Sunday afternoon with the Albert Bosma Srs. Dr. H. H. Murray drove to Northfield on Friday to get then- grandson Scott Murray, who stayed with them until Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Robert Shillington and family of Algona were Sunday evening ' visitors at. Ihs Lee Olson home. Mr and Mrs Paul Kollasch and daughters spent Sunday evening at the Donald Kollasch home in Buffalo Center. They helped 'celebrate' the 8th birthday of the latter's twin sons, Skippy and Scotty. Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner and Randy of Algona and Mr and Mrs Walter Sorenson of Burt visited with the A. C. Bierstcdts. Mr and Mrs Richard Peterson and family of Decorah wf- n Saturday night callers at the Jakie Peterson home. Mr and Mrs Paul Kollasch had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Harold Kollasch and daughters of Northfield, Minn. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Ray Vogel and Madonna of Burt, Mr J. M. Kollasch of Bancroft and Mrs Gus Potthoff of Lakota were also dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Art Tietz were Friday evening supper guests al the A. C. Bierstedt home in honor of their son Steven's llth birthday. Mr and Mrs Rob?rt Ogrcn and Patricia were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, the Roy Hums at Buffalo Center. Mrs Idah Rippentrop and daughters, Mr and Mrs Ronald Hcel- land and family, Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen, Mr O. J. Rippentrop and Joe were Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin Rippentroo home in Titonka honoring botlr Easter and Jimmy Rippenlrop's confirmation of last Sunday. Easter Sunday, March 29 will be a day long remembered by Mr and Mrs Arlowe Erdahl of Lakota, as it was the day they received word of the birth of thei: first grandchild, a daughter born to their daughter' and husband. Mr and Mrs Robert Price, at the Blue Earth Community Hospital. Mr and Mrs Roger Meyer became the parent-j of their first child, a son born Thursday, Mar. 26 at the Buffalo Center hospital. The young man has been named Lowell Thomas. Mr and Mrs Lou Meyer are the paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kroiti- inga ana* family spent Sunday at the home of his sister and family, the Glenn Millers in Titonka. They celebrated both Easter and Mrs Miller's birthday. Mr and Mrs George Heetland, former Lakotans, now of Clear Lake, were Tuesday afternoon visitors with Miss Hannah Heel- land'and Grandma Frerichs. ..Mr and Mrs Huetland recently returned from Florida where they visited their son Rodney and family. They were Tuesday evening supper guests at the John Gricce home. Edwin Steenhard, rural mail carrier, attended 'the Kosauth Letter Carriers meeting at the home of Mr and Mr.s S. E. Stra- !ey. Mrs, Pearl Smith and Miss Delores Kienitz drove Mrs Emma Smith to Mankato where she took the train for Bancroft, S. D.. where she,will be al the home of her sister, Mrs Forbes for some lime. Mrs Forbes fell and suffered a-broken hip several weeks ago. Monday, Rufus Olthoff took Mr and Mrs Chris Asmussen to Mason City where Mr Asntussen entered Ihe Mercy Hospilal for observation and treatment and possible surgery. Friday morning- Mr and Mrs Walter Klocke of Ledyard accompanied by Mr and Mrs Clarence Schwaiv. of Blue Earth, Minn, and Mr.s Lena Schwarz of Lakota left for Chicago, to attend confirmation services for the letter's granddaughter, Ruth Per; sig, daughter pf Mrs Elsie Pcr- MY and Mrs Jerry Heetlnncl arrived home Monday from a six weeks visit in the home of Florence McAdams in De Riclclrr, La. The- Birthday Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mildred Edwards in Buffalo Center. Mr iini'l Mrs Tod Wallentine and family were Sunday guesU at'the C. L. Egsdahl homo in Ledyard in honor of Jane EKsclalil's confirmation. Word has been received here that fioorgo Ennen w;is released from St. Mary'; ho:-pit;i1 in Rochester on Tuesday. Thursday lie wns to go through Hie clinic and if the findings are good ho will 1)0 allowed to return to his home. Two Ford salesmen from the W. E. Ley Motor Company of Lakota were presented witli Ford MO-500 Club Awards at lies Moines Saturday. Mar. 21. The winners from the local dealership are L. II. Leibrand and If. D. Mussman. The Aggressive Lads -I-TT Club Thursday, April 1, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 mot. nt the homo of Marvin Rip- pentrnp, Thursday, Mar. If). Michael Clapper was a visitor. Marvin Ileideeker was. elected, Iho new treasurer. Albert Meeker and Marvin Ileideeker will go lo the 'l-II camp' and Arnold Sachs to (he short coinse. 32 Mrs W. L. Gund of Marcus recently missed a board of directors im'olin, 1 ; for Iho Marcus Indepen- dent school district for the first time in 32 years. She was appointed on Jan. 12, 1D27, to fill a vacancy at:'! has !>;-en re-elected to that oliice every two years since that lime. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper De.s Moines Pub. Co., Algona. across^ from new Municipal parkin 1 -; lot. 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