The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1959
Page 13
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for a At St. Joe itlf • 8 18 boys and 9 girls i^eelVM thefr First Communion in -Si/'-Joseph's, Catholic church , with Rev, Lte5 C. Schumacher officiating* Ac'olytes were Howard Kohlhaas, Albert Christian, David Schneider arid Ronald Kohlhaas and. Nicolas Erpelding as cross bearer 1 in the procession. Flower ga-ls and page boys were Michelle Thilges, Jean Marie Streit, Dennis Smith and Merril Bormann The, first communicants were Mary Becker 1 * Candice Erpelding, Linda Fandel, Yvonne Kohlhaas. Darlefle" Plathe, Mary Reding, Sbzanne Reding, Mildred Thul, Joseph. Beeson, Ruth Ann Streit Donald Berte, Michael Berte. Louis Bormann, Nicholas Capesius, Gary Dattgelser, Michael Ferstl, 'Stephen . Kayser, Richard Kayser, pa.ryl« Kohlhaas, Marvin Kohlhaas, Lawrence Kollasch, Gordon Kramer ,\ John McGuire. Thomas McGuire, Larry Reding, Norman Schneidet and Donald Zeimet. , Lois Erpelding, daughter of Mr & Mrs Paul Erpelding was given a ' birthday party in her home Sat. afternoon, April 25 in observance of her, 14th birthaay. The afternoon was spent playing games' and contests" with a 5:30 „ dinner followed by birthday cake and ice cream. Attending the party were Delores Becker, Eleanor Becker, Janet Reding, Mary Sue Reding, Marilyn Thilges Barbara Weydert, Sherylnn Weydert, Karen Illg, Bernadette Hilbert, Mary Lou Gales and Eileen Wagner. JoAnn Erpelding, daughter o! „ Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding, anc Kathy Gales, daughter of Mr anc 1 Mrs E. J. Gales, both students a Mt. St. Joseph's School of Nur^ ing at Sioux City, spent the week end here with home folks. . . Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas -were co-hosts in their home Sun ific W|s St. Ana hospital TJitifttfs? fof ftM inl, toft Friday Iftef * wji taken td ft&tneslfft t Mrs Flotehce H&tohtet; tceoM* panied by ht* daughter, Mis t»4ffl Bes Molftes, left tot in the h&me of Mr aM Mrs Oh&le* Ri£fS and family at Casper, Wyo. Philip Louis TWlgeSitafa of Mr and Mrs Paul Thil|es was baptized ih St. Joseph chtmsn by Rev. Leo C. Schumachfet Suft* day .with Mary Thuges and Louis Fuhrmartn, both of Algofta, .as sponsors. Dinner guests in the home in obsefvahefc of the bap' tism of Philip. Louis were Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Sf,, Mr and Mrs Louis Fuhrmann and Mary .Thil- Krull o! firm attended an area Mr and Mrs Ceylon VHzthum find family of Stuart, formerly* ges. Barbara Ann daughter 'of Reding, Infant Mr and Mfa Peter Reding, was baptized Suhday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo " 1 .. Schumacher with Mrs -Jani^s tahl and Verrioh Bertd as s^dtt- sors. Dinner guests in the home n bbservahcfe of the baptism Were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Viphons fierte, Mr and Mrs Peter Retting, Mr and Mrs, James Stahl, Mr and Mrs Vernon Berte and family/ Mr and Mrs rlarold • Becker, James Berte, Mary Ann' Bette, and Deleano Grimm.' ' *" ' j ,'* • ' Mrs Vernon Berte arid infant Sii0(». .. , amea Rtchard Madsen, It II; Hemmingsefi and Johft Paul- "i«6t«ffed && Abfll 21 meetinj the J&ssuth ' OotlnMy R4bub- omefl at the Algona Epis ihufch. . , < ______ .Franklin Fox and daugh era accompanied her parents, Mr md Mrs* Wed Saade d! Tltonk&- o Rolfe Saturday where at noon hey attended thfe wedding of Jigfed Slmonson. Sunday guests in Mfs Sophia Hildman's home in honor of her birthday were" the Aelred Hildman family of Butt and the Reese Martin and Glair Hildman families. Mary 'Trunnelle, a freshman student nurse at Mercy hospital, Mason City, spent the weekend at her parental, Ted Trunnelle home. ! Sylvia Ann Downs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Downs was a guest-vocalist at Forest City recently. Relatives here received word of daughter, born in St. Ann hOs- pital April 22 camo, honie on ft Sunday, ' the serious illness of Lou Sch- Grandparents On Increase baby girl, Marjorie Elizabeth, • was born April 22 in St. Ann. hospital, Algona, to Mr and Mrs Vernon Berte of Bode. They also have a 15 month old daughter, Marilyn.. Mrs Berte is the former Betty 'B.eclter, .daughter of Mrs Justine Becker. * • Twin boys, Donald' and David 'were born to Ist'Lt.,-Charles Trunnelle and his wife at Houston, 'Texas, April 20, their first children. He is in the Air Force and is stationed at .Tucson, Ariz been pa tjent in Mercy hospital, • Mason City, following a heart attack. Pupils from Wesley parochial school who participated in the music recital at St. Cecelia's Academy,-Algona, Friday evening for 3, 4. and 5th graders were Susan Nelson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson, Leonard and Mary Jo Becker, children of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker and AeftefiWt it*! Mf, SUAIITY FURNITURE, BUT THE OTHER HALF WANTS LOW PRICES. day. with Mr and Mrs Wilfred ~ Mr arid Mrs Ted Trunnelle are Kohlhaas, Mr -and Mrs .Eugene lhe grandparents of the babies. Thul' and Mr and Mrs' 'Milfprd Plathe for the observance of first communicants, Marvin Kohlhaas, Daryl Kohlhaas, Mildred Thul and Darlene Plathe with grandparents, uncles,' aunts, cousins and friends attending.' Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding. Mr and Mrs Marvin Redingl Mr.\'.and Mrs William McGuire. and Richard Kohlhaas kere co- Hosts April 26 in the local K. C. hall in observance qf the 'first communicants, ''Maryland Larry •Redmg,'/Suzanne' Reding, Thomas mr^nPNi-cf Q *fc* 1 -Vi''r;>>Wna VnVilVfoa 5 * Mrs Hazel Gerdes arrived home Friday from Grinnell where- she had spent several weeks at the home of her daughter and family, the Jim Lincolns. The Corwith-Wesley basdball team defeated Boone .Valley 7-0 in a game played there Thursday evening, making it their 6th win of the season. Mrs Olive Erdman -,was honor,ed April 2'5 t by,, a group of 10 " t neighbor .women "who came to Steven Walker, son of, Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen and their daughter, Mrs Leo Hildebrand of flritt went to Dea Moines April 18 where he attended . a Masonic Cpnsistory. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Grandgcnett were sponsors'Sunday at the baptism of -their nephew, Allen Lee Who was born April 16 to Mr and Mrs .Larry Grandgenett. Sunday, dinner guests -in the LeRoy LJ'rahdgenett home were Mr and Mrs. Harold Grandgenett of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Larry Grandgenett and four sons Sunday services in the Methodist ', church change' May 3 to 9 a.m., Sunday School at 10 a.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet May 7. Mr and .-Mrs Clarence Ackerson and Mr and Mrs Everett •Ackersori' visited relatives in Bancroft Friday. Mr and Mrs.N. J. Nemmers 'of Bancroft spent 'several days last week in' the Clarence Ackerson home., Mrs Myrtle Nemmers of .Waterloo came. Saturday for a visit with Clarence We*1ey, spent the weekend YOU CAN GET TOGETHER AT FOSTER FURNITURE When part of you says, "I want that suite/ 7 ...and the other cautions, "It's Too expensive!", that's frustration. But when you can HAVE top quality and AFFORD it/ too....that's FOSTER'S. WITH PEALS THAT PROVE HE'S "THE WILDEST TRADER IN TOWN!" CONTINUING Thurs., Doors Beecher Met His - Sat. April From 9 A. 30 - May 1 - 2 . to 9P.BI, and You Can't Affore! To Mis$ These Tremendous Savings OUTSTANDING BUYS! TERRIFIC BARGAINS! '*»»****»*«^

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