The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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- V;-.~ 8-Alm>na (la.) Upp«r DM Molrt*« Thursday, ApMl 9, t$S9 1 ta W*d Jtint 13 . . ...r, ^.j. -- -*-.— • —"-•. i H- •*- A! '"" ^- -T'- f i;.*•- -. •"?— ^"^ - - -'^ 3hS ^~->f- ^^^f^im^^S&^tAisi^jma^S^ f A-^J^^aja^^n^A.' ,-..-g5*r- f .^^,^..,. Avis Sltickler To Wftd members of her Thimble Club Monday afternoon. Plan T*a Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strickler announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Avis Helen, above to Chet Cook. Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Chet Cook, Sr,, Algona. Miss Strickler is employed at the Algona Implement. Her fiance is a student at the Eagle. Grove Junior College. Their wedding will be May 29. Engaged. To Wed Mr and Mrs Leo Sabin, Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kay to Roger Gene Hanson, son of Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson, 'Algona. , The wedding will take place June 6 in the First Methodist church here. —to— To Attend Convention A Rebekah convention is being held Friday at Forest City. In attendance from here will be-Mrs Cleve Barton, Mrs Glen Graham, Mrs Linnea Heiserodt, Mrs Lloyd Pool and Mrs Elizabeth Post. They will be joined in'the even- i ing by Mrs Betty, ,Galbraith and Mrs Louis Lynk. Thimble Club Hostess Mrs John Voss entertained the The, first annUal Mother- Daughter Tea of Garrigan High' School will be held Friday evening, April 10, at 7:30 at St, Cecelia Academy, Algona. < , According to the Rev. F, P. Conway, superintendent, the Tea will be an annual event. ' The principal feature of this sar's tea will be the modeling of uniforms, formals and gym uiits which will be the regulation apparel of girls attending Garri- m High School. Members of, the selection com"'• > * sre Sister Mary Ricarda, P.B.V.M., St. Cecelia 'Academy, 4u/ia; Sister Mary Magdalen, ).S.FM St. Joseph School, Bode; d Miss Kathleen Griffin, Al- ,'ona. It is their desire t6 have the Opinions of the mothers and their daughters regarding uniforms before final selection is made. ' , ' , All girls who will be students at Garrigan. Hfgh* School next year and their mothers are cordially invited to attend. —o— Plum Creek Homomakers The Plum Creek homemakers met Mar. 25 at the.home, of Mrs Hollis Benschoter. Assisting hostesses were Mi's Wm. Paetz, Mrs Howard Seely and Mrs Cecil Long. .. Inspiration .Was given by 'Mrs Wayne Keith. •-, '.-;,• t . Extension Lesson, was given by Mrs Berle Priebe and Mrs - Wendell Ringsdorf. Program on'legislation was given by Mrs Kyle Keith and Mrs Randall Clark. Mrs Berle Priebe won the quiz on legislation. Next meeting April 29 at the home of Mrs John Scuff- ham. Card Club Hosts , . ,_, Mr-and Mr's K H:"'M.'Knecht entertained .their card club " members Sunday evening. -High .'score prizes, were won by, Mrs Henry Geilenfeld and Perry Byam. Low score prizes went to Mrs. Cecil Snyder and Kenneth Geilenfeld. Mr and, Mrs'Cecil Snyder-were guests. */> - 1 ' ,.,:,, , s,.,.,i _], • The engagement and approaching marriage of Sandra Richman; above and Robert Ernst both of Algona has been announced. The Wedding dato has been sot for JUne IS-at St. Cecelia's church in Algona. Mius Ri< is employed at Wcidenhoff Corporation and Mr Ernst is with Kent Motor Co, fi-uf-.ftmn-.a Algona Man Weds The marriage of Carol Marks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leslie Marks, of Winnebago, Minn., and Eldon Moore, son of Mrs August Schmidt took place Saturday, April 4 at Winnebago. They were attended by Carol Johnson, of Winnebago and Franklin Haag. Mr and Mrs Schmidt joined the briday party Saturday at supper at the home of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs Moore will make their home here where Mr Moore is employed by Universal Mfg. Co. ' ' ? ' , ' ^C'/ ; »fl^ r"'' •X'\tf&$^\-$"3?ffi > $ f $ /'4^£"fl^^fe^J^" l ' f ;V ; > s ' v '~-~" '*\ ."fv*''-'.*»V-\ v '> ; ""< 11 "v^'.> i ^ s '.v '*•-'- - : * , </•,•'••;"• ••'"•* * ' •' r , •*?. :• *• -' "•' --XY.. ,.«•', ,-*• ' T~ >/> J * - f \ ^ " < '^ '• , - ' ' V' 1 ..• ^ n ' \ ^ J - r <i ' ' * •a • * t • ' • •> ," «•_ • - - •>,-• -< v ., -. .iif'« x :\ >*" Algont high School's 1959 squad will get Its first,! competition followiftlt a ctKlftle of weeks of workouts $ft@ft*iK6 Burt Bears visit the locate StHhe Athletic Park here, Friday; afternoon. The Bulldogs • hfife "10 lettermen and Butt has 18* f&n tufnees from la&t year's Mi * *it IA -f -> -.j^a.. , According to Coach ;, HaMd Shugart, the following see action, for the local! Miffing the afternoon: Joel Harris, Sob- bie Hutchins, Wayffe JohhaJtt and Marv Miller, Seniors; Jetf ;Atherton, Jerry Cowlah, Jason -Etherington, Bob Kefrn,* Jim Wefwet* ter and Jerry Ostrum^ juniors; aary Angle, Steve Millet, Gary Peer, Bob Percival, Gary/, Rich, Jim Richardson, Dennis* RJehey, Terry Ringsdorf,,' "Bill -~ BlgS^e, Denny Waller and Dean Willrelt, sophomores: and Garry .Qr'aHam, Gary Rusk and ' Charles " Stte'it, frfcfchttieft. i >-' '< •'' « A complete slate 6! track and field events is oft ta$f let ihe teanis. - L Algona will trivet, id Grove for meete , twice week, the locals will c6rnfe<ete against fhe Eagles Tttesday, thefi return to the same .track " 18-team Eagle Relays afternoon and evening Fort Dodger, Eitthefville; e* Webster City, .Clear" Lake K aftd Humboldt are entered in Class A'; Algona, Eagle - Grove, Clarion, Hampton, Belmond and Lake City in Class 85 and'Brltt,,£m metsburg> Buffalo' Center,'liaU rens, Garner and Sheffield ifi Class C in the fourth annual running of the relays, Field event's ^Sll be completed in • the .afternoon and running events at night, aVdflhoi ^ Gtetidofc, MaglUhH td .,_ fitrto«h#^ the.isdi ~ffi$t(&m: (^fMiJIisi, .Mts: AM Bar UJtrx eatjolis. n. ItrtfflL, Al*. indtrgh Mr flfaffsoft has haa>st*?g* ery twice, -he is not irttjarW&d as hatbeefc - •. »,v - ^'-^"^^n-^H^ ;-"-:'"; ?,"•$;-:*•&*&%} , j. -.. ^ - Bretrtreri = Mrs , , , arid "children 4&rere' Sunday 'dinner 4 , tiests ,6t. Mt aM Mrs EMfl trbup, ,6t > :JBsthtrvill& Othfef. fih'd Mt^ W* T, Rapids, Barents; g , w^re eftley 61 " Sunday School • * ' ^. .-& •> r >.' >. V J * ' , * Swea 'City '— " : The .Sunday School Board. of<. the'* Methodist church met last Monday evening at the Irvin Bathe* home.", Mrs Curtis Kluxer was elected Primary Superintendent and.- '~Miss' Maribell Mino Was elected to become secretary of the' board.' Daily Vacation Bible School was discussed with plans to open classes on June 1. Anyone Jhtey- ested in teaching may contact Mrs Alfred'Zielske., ,' *',. Mrs Thilges Hosiess Mrs Leo Thilges entertained her card club.members Wednes- „ ... % day afternoon. The previous spending 10 days there visiting week the club met with Mrs Mike i relatives. Wagner. Joe Skarpness returned, froin Long Beach Calif. Thurs: after Washington Trip Mrs Randall S, Clark left Monday ' for Washington, D. C. on a trip Sponsored by the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. Eighty- four "farm women Will make the trip 'on chartered buses. They will return home April 11. » IIIIIM^^ ' V ,: J ' ' • , < . . Landscape Your Home for ""• ' • • - i, •-; .~ $4.95 EACH Mrs A. R. Harner- of v pood Thunder, Minn., has -been spending the past week visiting with Mrs J. E. Harner, Mr'and\Mrs George Harner, Mr and Mrs Wm. Christiansen and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Merrill DeWald, Linda and Nila of Wagoner, So. Dak., "spent Saturday and Sunday at'the Warren DeWald home. , -. Mrs Glen Curtis, Mrs ' J6hn Ecklund, Mrs Aletha Ecklund; Mrs Lucy Hewitt and'Mi;s Harvey Hubbard enjoyed dinner Thursday with ' Mrs . Chas Biers of Sleepy Eye, Minn. Sunday. , Rev. and Greek Junipers OR $9.00 * Buy one for Each Side of your picture window or doorway ' . , - •» t . Arborvitae $3.95 EACH 2.0.S7.50 3 FOR Pfitzer Spreaders (Low Growing Evergreens for Under Windows, etc,) $3.95 EACH 2 FO R$7.50 3 FOR Hetzi Spreaders $4.95 EACH 2 FOR $9.00 Irish Junipers 5 FT. TREES . . EACH $6.95 Mr and Mrs Eddie Bauer and childr9n were Sunday dinner guests'of Mr and'Mrs Fred Ruhnke of Whittemore. , • * u A family dinner was -held Sunday, at the Julius Rohlf homie with Mr ahd Mi's Virgil Rohif and son of Algona and Mr,, and Mrs Marvin Simonsmier and family enjoyed the day. • " Mr and Mrs Walter Genrich spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Jess Lindeback of Lu- Verne. . ' . < Mrs Ed Osborn. and children of Rupert, Idaho, are spending a few days with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clayton, angle. Mr Osborn is attending school for a week in Chicago. Sunday Mr and Mrs Angle entertained the family in honor of her guests. . Mrs Matilda McFarland spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Orville Andregg of Bancroft. Eagle Homemakers will meet April 14 at 2 o'clock with Mrs Warren Brones with Mrs Mervin Johnson assisting. Mrs Duane* Erickson will give the program* Mr and Mrs Richard Hesyik entertained Mr and Mrs Jim Koons and children of Forest City Sunday. Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend spent' Saturday and Sunday with her . daughter arid family • Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee. Mrs Rena Steenhard and John and Raymond arid Mrs 'Frarfk Newton and Melvin Burnett called. at the August Dontje home ' • . Mrs David Frank, former pastor of the .Gospel Tab-, erriacle, are renewing their BC- qiiaintarices With friends of -'this .community/ '','." j< - >•.'• ' ': •Don Johnson, 'senior at 'Luther .College, an'd the son of Mr* and Mrs R. C, -Johnson of Swea City- was one of 44- to, receive/a varsity letter' for the'' 3 winter sports-' this year. , Don's letter was for basketball. ' . • Donald Funderburk, son of Mrs Orpha Briggs,,, has accepted a position with Sperry • Gyproscope Co., at Great Neck, New. York, where he will be<a field engineer. Donald will graduate from Iowa State College, Ames on May 29th. Those, attending a district W.S.C.S. meeting at' Belmond were Mrs Harold Kraritz, Mrs Harold Jones",, Mrs Ronald John-; son, Mrs Cecil .Godfredson; Mrs, Otto Kelley and Mrs James Hacker, the lasf;two ' of the* Grant church. *•••:' Mr and Mrs, Dennis Recker 'of Port Huenerhe, Calif. • are ' ,the parents of a daughter, Naomi Larae, born, March 28th. The little miss weighted 7 Ibs. and 8 oz. She has a brother, Steven.' 1 Mr and Mrs Oscar Peterson are the maternal grandparents.- Mrs Grace Baker and Mrs' Eva' Hanson drove to Mankato, Minn. Sunday where they spent the day visiting with Mrs Ethel Baker. Mr and Mrs Fred Stockwell of Garner were Sunday afternoon callers and super guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Smouse. ), Rev. 'and Mrs S. H. Hammer took Mrs Duane Nelson and Kimberly to ;Primgar, Sunday; iThey of. Mrs DeWald aftdMrs Stroiip 1 ;-, Mr^.and Mrs B6b;Si|sbefe and children Were Sunday* nite suppef guests of Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend. . I - ' Rev. and Mrs S.. H. Hammer with their guests Mrs Duane Nelson attd KimbeWy and Ronald Hammer were' Sunday nite sup-t guests of Mr and Mrs,Darrel " ' Bishop of Ledyard. ' Mf and Mrs Ar*ne Sorenseri and girls of Des Moines were Easter Vacation guests of Mr and-MrS A. ,N." Anderson. , ' ; , Mr and Mr^' Brink Shipler Were Sunday, dinner .gUests- of Mr and Mrs Wendel Ringsdorf'of Burt. . Mr and Mrs R. 'E. Ridge accompanied' Mr and Mrs RUssell Josrtston' of .St.' Petec Minn.,' on a trio'through-Texas;'"'i ••;':. , ? l , Mr! and Mrs 'Arnold Anderson and Chuck .moved, -into theft new home over the weekend. Mr' and Mrs Norman . : pttman moved into the apartment""Va'cated -by--the Andersons. 4 ! - ", } 5,,-• , ' i STAPLES'. Bpstitch, Tatum 'Swingline, HotcHkiss and Presto Upper Des Moines Pub. 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