The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 11
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^^e^^r^^^^.^'^^^'^'^' i******* ' Born, Is Buried Tuesday He ftM Wofked At. . some ye«fS OS the George Kent- per, LoM Rkke, Leo Wagner ah9 olhe* ttfms in, this area. *;>. , P&llbelfcfS 'tttefe John and Afcdy .dosgrwe, Wslt and Cletoa West, Paul , Flaherty and Lett Rlcke. : . doleeti fft&hietskl wa& honor* ed at a fcifthd&y party Sunday ifterwKM/ She was 10 years old ihd h«ifae$f wet* services held in St. Joseph's Catholic church Tuesdajr morning, .April 21, for Hugh Dougherty He 1 would have 'been -82 ion the day of his burial,. He died ', Friday. April!?, iri the University hospital,, Iowa City, of cander. He was born Aotil- 21,' 48?7 V in Barreek Gienwilly- in Donegal, Ireland. He was the son of Dan- 361 and Jane Malloy Dougherty. He come to America after World war and has lived in' Iowa sittca that time. He never.married and no known relatives -survive ex* ccpt a nephew's wife, Mrs Carrie Dougherty and- her son James of Dougherty, Iowa. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic , young people took bershifi vows at the Methodist Church Sunday following ah week ~ eotlfse of instruction by; Rev. Robert Jones. They were Vic"ki Detmering, Hadirfe Engeri v Kehny .Gabrreison, Don Cheryl and Barbara Jones, Rickie KraUs- and Barbara, . Penning. Three others, Linda Fox, Loren Frank and Jtan Schulz tobk tho vows at Prairie. Center at , an earlier service. , i _._ >, Junior-Senior Prom ' ' Junior - Senior banquet and prom of. Wesley-Corwith public school was held Saturday ning, April 18, in the Corwith school. _• , . '•April Showers" was the theme carried out In table decorations favors and program. Margaret Bleich, junior elas president, gave the welcome And Jim Raney, 'senior class president responded. • Class prophecy .was giv.eri. by Dolores Leerar; 1 . Class. Will\ b> Carol ' Chambers; vocal solo b; John Durham and'he sang "April Showers"; Piario folo by David Piersol; a quartet: Judy Smith, Sharon Vaughn, Paul Pfeffer and R6n Stroup "• sang a selection; Principal Clair, Lotta gave a talk.' The classes and the teachers then attended a movie in Britt" and returned to Corwith for an all night dance and party, Breakfast was .served to 80 students by the Junior .mothers, who also prepared the banquet. Iff of was Sw'ea& Eagle 1 slwwer HMWS Gas Light ra Retuns AMD for two good reasons. Gas yard lights are warmly baautiful and always dependable. Never a pdwerfailure with a gas light. Just light it and forget it. "• '. - ' ; ; *'. . Vviiy not add a decorator's touch, a glow of hospitality .. giriile. as' a nioonbeam, an a!-' \\,ays dependable light-to ydur • y»rd? The cost is surprisingly lov^, the' satisfaction pleasingly :h'i:i. ',,-':"""v'>'; : - .••;".; •'..- Siop in today. See how easily yo'-r home can comblnea touch of traditional charm with modern convenience and economy* ' ' FC b rth\ Central • Public Service Co. /•.- - ?;;A-CY 4-2484' • Charles and Anthony Schmidt, small sons of Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt of Churdan are spending several weeks in the home of their grandparents, -Mr and Mrs "A. ,N. Richtsmeiei?. • Mrs,Schmidt 'is the former ' Patricia; Richt's- meier. Vincent Richtsmeier of Minneapolis spent the weekend at home here. ' • Mr and Mrs "James Goetz left Tuesday.,JAp>il ^14, .for^Deyor'" .Mass, following ' a" visit at the parental Lee Gpetz home and with other relatives. Mrs Atencio, the former Lupille Goetz, also came to, Wesley for a visit Mr and'.Mrs'Goetz had 'recently been transferred from F o r 1 Meade, Maryland to Devons. He 5s in army service.;; - .' | * Mrs .' Larry •, Grandgenet,t| anc baby boy 'Alan Lee were brought home Tuesday from St. Ann hospital, .Algona where the infant was born;'April' l!5s * 5 * *• .Marvin ; Sejjner,, i4i?-, s of . gei Moines, formeriy^of Wesley, wa reported- on the critically till^ist in Veterans hospital, Des -Mdines His mother, Mrs Louisa iSeimer; his brothers, Clarence and- Lean- d.er, his sisters, Leona Seimer, Mrs Ben Arndorfer and -Mrs Harold Weber ' and husbands and wives spent "some .time with him .; over • the •weekend; .Circle 2 of St. Joseph's Guild will have a cleaning bee at .the church Thursday ,at, one o'clock _ Jstfk,i*ickte!g, dau attd Mrs Jafck Lickteig, ($ years old Monday and siiiv was. hoftOfed at a birthday party, Her guests wete kindergarten girls. Bontta. Bleich 'and freshman elas§hl&'t&, fceannii Williams 'of 3owr$e * spent the weekend at Donna's parental Frank Bleich home. Martys Gpetz and her sophomore roommate, Gretchen Kessler spent the Weekend at Marlys' parental Joe Goetz home. 'Gloria Wise, a freshman,'spent the weekend at her parental Herman' Wise home. The young ladies are students at the Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. . The- St. Joseph's Guild will meet Wednesday evening, April 29 in the parish hall. , Mr and Mrs Merle Blau and small sons left Sunday for thein home>in Lovingtbn,-New Mexico, following a week's visit in the parental, E. M. Olson home. Mrs Blau is the former Rose Olson. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames spent the weekend in their home here. Mrs Oscar Johnson submitted to gall bladder surgery^ Tuesday at Mercv hospital, Mason City. Mrs Ida Funhemark of Zumbrota, came for a visit with tho fohnsons. Mr and Mrs Albert Knapper of Roseland, Minn., spent several days over the weekend with his mother, Mrs John Knapper. Tho atter will be 95 on May 13 and ives alone and .enjoys fairly good health. Methodist men will serve & Mothers - Daughters, b an q u e< Thursday evening in the church parlors;' On May 3 services at the Melh- odist 'church will be changed to the summer hours: Church at 9 a.m. and Sunday Schoolat 10 Whij Stalzer Was brought home Suricla,V, morning from the Hancock' County Memorial hospital in Britt where he. had boon a patient a week. He had suffered a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Earl Stalzer and two children of Ren wick were Sunday guests the parental home. By Mri Emll A Recent Bride Mr and Mrs Hans Peterson, BatmJe and Rosalie, Mr and Mrs Guy Steuer, Elmore, Minn, at* tended a Ceramic Show Sunday at Clear Lake. . ~ Glenn Clark accompanied Earl Mulafke and his daughter Joyce to Fayette, Sunday, where Joyce attends College. Glenn visited his daughter, Betty, also a student. ^ . Mr and Mrs Vergil Jensen anc Lowell and Mr and Mrs Errtll Lar?on were SUndny afternoon visitors at Mr and Mrs Francis Torine's. . J. D. Clark has been confined to bed suffering a gall bladder attack. , Mrs Maggie Thackery reached her 91st birthday Sunday. She makes her home with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ross Browning, Forest City. The Thackerys were former residents of Swea Township. At the home of Mr and "Mrs Everett Erickson a large number of relatives held a dinner Sunday noon, honoring John Thompson and Eric Erickson on their jirlhdays, and Mr and Mrs E. E. "hompson who recently reached heir 01st wedding aniversay. Ellis Jongbeg returned Wednesday after undergoing surgery at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson entertained the Baptist church Sunday school officers and teachers ast Wednesday, night. Mrs Bernard Peterson and Mrs Emil Larson were hostesses at the Peterson -hornto of their Birthday club last Wednesday. Guests were Mesdames LeRoy Carter, Clprence Bower, Ervin Link, Wm Gies, Fern Peterson, Nora Olson, Gladys Hanson. ' Mrs Maud Jongbsfg is visiting at the home o£ her sister, Mrs Inez Kelly and nioce Mrs Deloris Anderson at Duluth, Minn. Pottlftnd — A shower was held Sundny afternoon, April 19, at the Portland Community Hall, for Mr and Mrs Jamos Harms, who were married March 21 at Alexander. Mrs Hnrms is tho former Karole Edon, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jelto F^len of Alex* under and James is the son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Portland. Hostesses wore the Mesdames Albert Harms, JennU> Hnrms, Henry P. Harms, John It. Harms, Martin Hnrms, Ralph Hnrms, John K. Harms, Edmund Larson, Bill Champion, Jr. nnd Alvina Hnrms. Mrs Bill Champion and Mrs Edmund Larson were in chargo Thur»t!ciy, April 53, of the program, presented by Mnry and Norms Harms, Mrs Albert Harms and Helen Harms. Ruth Harms and Diane Eden, assisted the brMc in opening her many lovely gifts. Mary and Norms Harms passed the gifts. A delicious luncheon was served by tho hoslppscs. Mrs John K. Hnrms sal at n tnbJc and poured. Mrs Harms is employed by the Quaker Oats CompW, Dodge'ahd James is a&o ed Jtt fort Dodge. 64ih Mr and Mrs L. D, Satterlee of Ireton will soon celebrate theif 64th wedding anniversary. They have spent their entire matrieoi life in Ireton. He is 88 and *he id 84. n t'i Mrs Donald -Usher IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE LikePWGSIHS IN°& Service -GROJNC.-A& Phone CYpress 4-3548 509 DIAGONAL— Mr and Mrs Nick Langager o Scoby, Montana,; came .Tuesdaj I'o'r^ a •week's* ivislt wilth relatiye here. Mrs ,Lahg4ger is,a;s^te'r of Mrs Selma Nelson, Morgan Hagen •and MrsvBen Pflibsen. -•, -' - ! ' 'The Ladies Rural Club met Friday afternoon with Mrs Anna list. The mothers day program will be .Thursday, May 7. Mrs Roy Telford had the lesson and Mrs Essie Cooper had the re-creation. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee entertained Monday evening at a "500" party. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna, Mr and Mrs Harley Knutson, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mr arid Mrs Raymond Wehrsoann and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Worby. Mrs Lenhard Holden entertained the Maple Lawn pood Will Club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Neal Olson had the lesson on birds. Arthur Lovig was promoted to Pfc when he graduated from the airman school at Jacksonville. Ho is '.continuing in school now at Memphis, Tenn. SAVE Where Your Savings Are: ^ A f F* SAFE AH accounts at Home Federa are insured to $10,000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Irvington Ideals The April meeting was held at the home of Bonnie and Linda Bristow. Camp delegates were picked? They are. Betty Wickwire and Connie Arndorfer. Mary Janice Arndorfer, president, wil" also go to convention. A demonstration was given by Ca?o Arndorfer. Mrs Seller was J guest mother present. pay de- We have never failed to withdrawal requests on mand. Hugh reserves main- ained in cash and government jonds. 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