The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
Page 11
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V* 1 .^jyjfiiw •£'- "If'M Two Recitals % h s o1 . at St, Mich- with St. Joseph's grades 7 and 8, attending, The.,, High gels' ,;ChUr6h ll Mtti-, r Rlv, L'ecr d, ifvihg • -the sermon ' t!h*ing . tor. ! * • 3s St. Joseph's Music direc- St. Joseph's grade school recital and musical program'was held on Wednesday evening; April IS, at 8 o'clock with grades' i to 6 participating., On Friday evening. April 17, the upper grades of St. Joseph's school w.ill present a,musical prOguarn, Graduate music recital Will be presented by Delores Berte, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Berte, Lois Erpeld- Sng, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding and Janet Reding, daughter ,of Mr and Mi's "Harold Reding, ' , SJl Thuttday, Apfll 16, )9S$ Alflona (la.) Vpptt DM Motti*s~S -•* fttf 1M Mrs Jotrti B, Seaittg is ft stulfffit&t the CoiiVettt 19S6 gteduate < high sbhedl here. Mr and Mfs Chartefs of Casper", Wyoming are of a dat^hter born on AjSfSl 9. Mfs Ripperger is the fotme* Joyce Haiiimetv daughter of Mfs Florence Hammer of .here", They ., have another daughter, and a son Chuckle. Cathy Bancroft Mrs. men Mf knd Mttfcfiernard Carpenter are jiafents of 'a daughter ';b6rft Thursday ,'ai Sti 'Ann hospital, Al« " Valeria Thilges and hef hieces, Sandy O'Brien of here and Dorene Thilges from Algona, spent the weekend at the Ronald Greines home in. Mason City. Mra Grienes is the former Donna Thilges, daughter of Mrs Agnes Thilges of Algona,''and a sister of Dorene Thilges. '. , , Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien of here and Mr and Mrs Harold Roth of Algona • attended the Silver Jubilee observance of Rev. Edward F. Fandel at Rockwell City. Hubert was a classmate of Father Fandel at St. "Michael's at Whittem'ore. Mr and Mrs 'John Thul arid Mrs Louise Thul attended the wedding of Deloris Thul, daughter of Mrs Mary Thul and the late Peter Thul, on April 11 at 10, o.'clock in St. John's Catholic Church'in Clarion to Jerry Brenny, son of Mr and Mrs John J. Brenny, all of Clarion. ' ' " (• •< Rev. Leo C. Schumacher and Margaret ReidmiHer attended this Silver Jubilee observances of Re,v... Edward F. Fandel, of St. .Francis 1 * df 'Assisi'' at' Rockwell City and Rev. Sylvester Grady of St. Mary's of Humboldt on Sunday, April 11. Mrs Julius Capesius and sons and Mr and Mrs John Capesius and family, were Sunday-' dinner guests ! irr the Barney Capesius l^r»r*-»a' *" r\+ .C4- "Qot^n/^irtf , Tv»* +.V\r g"6na. Mr 1 .Carpenter tt of the Bbwliftg Alley 'and recent ly moved here from Emmetsburg. Mrs Van Steehburg, Butt, and Mi* and Mrs George '.Rorrect, Laurens. spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth > Korreci % ' •.,Inez Ho6d, fiula- Saunders and Mrs Chai'les McGuire attendee funeral services "for an aunt, Mrs Sadie Cavanaugh at Fort Dodge Tuesday. ^ She -was a sister of the late Wml.Ho^d,' and.'-an aunt of the ladies,- •„•."., *,> -"Tom McGuirfe left Monday for Fort Dodge Where' "he will be em ployed wi'th_ the McGuire con< struction company, of Algona. Among those who attended tha - Cunningham- wedding it-DeWald celebrated her day Sunday. Mr i and ^, niff ftt&tt ol Mr'artd Slfytofl •Holrt ,of Armstrong/in loftot 8l the birthday of Mr De- WaW, • / Mr and Mrs Harold Carr wore callers Sunday at the home of Mr 'and Mrs Frank Sanflner. ' Mr and $fs Myron Baker and Harry Volrath of Fairmont, Minn, guests Sunday nite of Mrs Grace-Baker. Callers in .the evening were Mr and Mrs Allen Strong of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs *OI& RsVrK Mr and Mrs A,, N. Andersen speMt Sttnday ,at the Arne Soren- soft hbtne !n l Oes Moines. Mrs Anderson remained for a few days visit. ' '-Mrs Daisy Engstrom, accom bariieti. by her grandchildren, Larry . afid Janet Fisher visited Satufday, at^d Sunday at the Rudy Engstrom home in Lake City. Mrs Earl Reed and Kenndth of Elmore, Minn, were Sunday guests, of Mr and Mrs George Eden and children. , Mrs Julius Rolfe entered Holy Family Hospital Thursday whore she submitted to major surgery on Friday. She is recuperating Reta Mae Walker spent the weekend with her parents, Mi and Mrs Ralph Walker. She had as guests Rita Barkley and Bil Ward. All ' attend Upper Iowa university 'at Fnyette. In Des Moines Wednesday Were the .Walter Schilt^ the Francis Priesters, Homer and Johii' McCarthys, and the children of Herbert Schiltz.',' •'*.''• Joseph Murray is a patient at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester* Swea City News 1 x. V ) ' ' By Mrs Cecil Godfredson at ;St.. Benedict. < In' the aftei'hoon'Mr and Mrs-Capesius showed -slides of' their recenl trip through southern and western „ states. Th,ey drove Itp Dallas, VTex., •wittf' Ind'iwent ,^ia L plane to -Mexico and'.California. Mrs" Wilfred Kohlhaas was pleasantly surprised on, Sunday, April 1 '12, when relatives' came with the dinner to help her observe her birthday. Attendina the gathering were Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gisch and Mr and Mrs John Gisch and Virginia'of Algona and Mr and Mrs K. L..Kohlhaas and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family from here. The Frieridly Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Larry Gisch with Mrs Anton Weydert \as 'assistant hostess. Installation of new officers for the coming year: ,Mrs Vern Barker, president; Mrs ! Wilfred Schneider, vice - president and Mrs Laurence Thilges;''secretary- treasurer. Officers for the past year were Mrs Ray Metzen, Mrs Alfred Grill and Mrs Harold Sabin. Five hundred was played following the meeting with Mrs Alfred Zeller and Mrs John -Simon receiving prizes. On May 6th the Friendly Club ..will meet with Mrs Harold Sabin, with Mrs Raphael Faber, assistant hostess. Mr and Mrs John B. Reding and Edward, Mr and Mrs. Donald Illg, Mr and Mrs Donald Reding and Lauri,: Mr and Mrs Frank Reding and family, Mrs Harold Friders, Betty Wagner and Cyn- ' thia Reding spent Sunday afternoon with Kay Ann Reding at ' Mt. St. Francis Convent, in Dubuque, Kay ; > Ann,^ daughter ;pf Mr and Mrs Carroll Viland of Elmore, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, Janet and Reta Mae entertained at the Walker 'home' Sunday following the baptism services of Terri Lyn-« Vil- dnd and Dori Jeanne Walker in 'the • Immanuel Lutheran church'. Those attending included Pastor and Mrs Leroy Pillman and boyo Mr and Mrs Gifford Smith and family, Mrs'Minnie Kylen, Mrs Anna Dahl, Mr and Mrs Ed Peterson, Mr-,and- Mrs Albert Swanson, Mr and Mrs 'Martin Dahl Mrs Greg Deim. 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