The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 21
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Talk A *' v ij ,- -„<»" * . gj f Ledyard . Meeting THESE WOMEN! By d'AlesSio ~, The P. T. A- met on Wedrtesdar evening in the gym. Mrs Maurice Keil, program chairman, introduced * the program: The Little German Band played three numbers. 'Members of the Band are Sylvia Wilhelmi, Gretchen Looft, Anh Miller, Judy Herzbg, Bruce Keil, Bruce Rhoda, Deanna wiemer, DeloreS Udstuen and Craig Thilges. Mrs Keil then introduced Mary Staudt, Kossuth' -County Home Economist and Mrs Buena Mock- more, Family Life specialist, who spoke on "Understanding Teenager^.", Following the program a short business meeting was held and then lunch was served by the committee. E. fe R, Guild Thursday afternoon the E. and R. Guild met at the church with Mrs Alvin Busch, Mrs Melvin Busch, Mrs Myrort Busch and Mrs Harold Darnell as hostesses;' Mrs, Maurice Keil was in charge of ihe program. A birthday hymn < was surig for Mrs 'V. Vriesen, Mrs (Melvin Busch and Mis A. Klinksiek. A boys' double quartet, Bruce and Brent Keil, Bruce Rhoda, Tom Busch, Larry Runksmeier, Gary 1 ^Jurgens, Virgel Wallcntine and Mr Anderson, sang. Rev. Vriesen then showed a film on Education. Mrs Art Runksmeier led in prayer. "NOW it's only a small suggestion, but wait and see — at the next directors meeting it'll be the boss' Stroke of Genius! 0 94 At Federated Club Meeting Titonkft «— Titonhl was h~i to the Kossuth County Federation of Woman's Clubs Saturday, April 4 at the Tilonka Methodist church, with 94 registered. Election of officers took blnco with Mrs Dale' Struthers.of D<um elected as president to replaru Mrs R. H. Thompson l,of' Burl. Mrs Lois Brandt was elected vice president to replace 'Mrs W, Ley of Lakota, Mrs C, Shiplor of Al- gonn wns reelected as secretary and Mrs Arnold Hanson of Fenton as treasurer. Mrs R. H. Thompson and Mrs June Goldman were selected 15 be dnu^h lers of Hawkoye Land at Historical Heritage room at Iowa City Mrs June Goldman gave a talk in the afternoon and Dr, Bn\y V Algona presented the Merita Health progrnm for the county Mrs L. H. Grempel, Webstci City, Division Director, reported progress made by the District. • , Other entertainment was ft skit put on by each of the 10 clubs present and each had an exhibit on display. Erna Baars of Burt concluded the program Wfth a vocal solo. The little daughter of Mr and .Mrs Arlowe Blome was baptized during the Sunday morning services at- the E. and R. Church with Rev. Vriesen officiating, She was given the name Karen Leona. Sunday, April 19, will be Former pastors .day at the Methodist church. Rev. Fritz Springis of Dunkerton will preach in the morning. RJJV. Elles 'Ulland of Lake Mills speaks in the evening. 4 In Mayor Court Four persons appeared in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court last veok, They were .George Licit- er, Algonn, 'who wns sentenced o 30 days in jail for intoxication: r ranklin Hagg, Algona, who puld 5f> and costs for cureless driving; Mrs Richard Sarehet, Algona, fined $5 and costs for tto valid driver's license; and Glenn Johnson, Algona, $5 and costs, throwing fire works from n caf. The totter fine wn* suspended. So many minds ar$ like concrete — thoroughly mixed and permimently set. — Woyerhnuser News. Investment WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiliated .Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. Chemical 'Fund' Electronics Investment Corp. Fidelity Fund Fundamental Investors Incorporated Investors Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minnesota Fund, Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds, Wellington Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS Ail Offerings By Prospectus C. LARSON Ringsted, Iowa PHONE - Volunteer 6-0648 REPRESENTING Minneapolis Associates, Inc. 607 Marquette Ave. Minneapolis 2, Minn. WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO ME I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Mrs Melbourne Haag returned home Thursday from a week's trip to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. While there she attended the ordination of her brother, Father John E. Coady to the priesthood. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog went to Mason City Thursday after her mother, Mrs Anna Togerson, who has been working there this Winter. Mrs Togerson will remain here u week and then plans' to go back to work two more months - before returning here for the summer. Paul Nitz has been chosen as the new Scoutmaster fo succeed Mr Anderson. Mr and Mrs J. J. McDonald ol Ledyard.and their son James of Minneapolis left on Thursday for Florida where they will visit their son and his family, Major William McDonald, Commanding Officer of the Eglin Air Force Base. • . Mr and- Mrs William Wiemer went to Albert Lea on Sunday. Mrs Gertrude Wiemer accompanied them as far as Wells and spent the day at the Joe V. Dulas home. . Mr and Mrs Merle Johnson and Janet Johnson went to Woden Saturday evening where they were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Albers. Mr and Mrs Merle Cassem and son; Steven of Blue Earth were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs .Fred Duttpn. Mr and Mrs" John Enrich of Elmore and Janet Johnson were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Gus Simonsmeier. Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner and family of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of his mother, Mrs Lena Warner. Mr and Mrs Aeilt Troff and son Arno were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Jim Beck of Armstrong. Mrs Beck was the former Arlene Troff. i Mr and Mrs William Poppe attended the funeral of-Mrs Julia Moore of Blue Earth at the Pres- Pastor Bereaved Twice Rev. •G.-J.'-C. Gerike of. the Trinity Lutheran church here was bereaved of both his "mother and brother within a week. The mother, Mrs Clara Gorikc. 74, died 'March 26 while visiting , a daughter" in Chicago. Services were' conducted in Trinity Lutheran church at Wisconsin Dells, Wis. on March 30. She ; was the widow of Henry Gerike who'pre- ceded her in death in 1952. Ho was a' Lutheran pastor, serving congregations in South and North Dakota before his retirement. On Saturday, "jApr.il ' 4, his brother;'Winfred Gerike died 'suddenly at Bethesda Lutheran Home, Watertown, So. Dak.;;Fu- .nefcal services were held Monday at Trinity 'Lutheran Church, Wisconsin Dells. Surviving are ten brothers'iand sisters, four of whom are Lutheran pastors. They are G. J. C. Gerike, Algona, Henry, St. James, Ernest, University City, Mo. and Victor, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. One brother, Theodore farms nedrjthe ,Dells and the others live in Chicago. Pastor and Mrs Gerike and •daughter, Carol attended' -the brother's funeral, Sunday afternoon. NAME ADDRESS Mail To Leslie Larson, Ringsted, Iowa (or Call Collect) byterian Church ternoon. on Monday af- Ringsted Man Falls, Breaks Hip A. L. (Andy) Anderson, 77, in the Estherville hospital since he suffered a heart attack two weeks 'ago, fell last week while getting out of bed at the hospital. Anderson is a former postmaster, 'who at one .time served in the post office under Woodrow Wilson, and is a former editor of the Ringsted Dispatch. He is reported by his family to be improving and without pain. His son Ralph is editor of the Spokesman, farm bureau paper at Grundy Center.' Ex»Burf Man Dies IBI Calif. Funeral services were held ^recently in Ventura, Calif., for Clif;on C. Smjth, 78, Burt area resident for many years. Smith died Wednesday of last week in a Ventura hospital. He had been ill about a week. He was born Aug. 3, 1880 in Chicago and moved to a farm near here with his parents when he was a small boy, Feb. 14, 1905, he was married to Bertha Kej^-at. Lone Rock. I' Smith operated a grocery and dry goods store here for 45 years. In 1953 he retired to O.aji, Calif, with his wife. In 1949 he was listed in Who's Who in Iowa. Smith was a member of the Masonic Lodge for 53 years. In 1956 he was awarded a 50 year pin by a former Burt dentist, Dr. Temple, in Ventura. He was a member of the Presbyterian church. Survivors include his widow and two sons, Cass of Burbank, Calif., and Carver of Ventura. Also surviving are his brother, K. J. Smith, Burt postmaster, and two sisters, Mrs J. E. Goodwin (Florence) of Grinnell and Mrs Ted Ingles (Bess) of Des Moines. There are four grandchildren. HOPPING Your new telephone directory is fresh off the press. The "Yellow Pages" 'section gives you the latest listing of local stores 2nd services, tells you where to flnd famous national brand products. 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