The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1959
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.4 It' ' '§!• Qa.) Upp«f fot Motn* Thur^ay, May 28, 1959 DinnersHonor /* Graduates AtWhittemore — The following parents were hosts at dinners last week Sunday at their homes. Mr and Mrs Robert Walker had 80' guests in honor of their daughter Mary's graduation from Presentation Academy. Mrs Pearl Besch had 40 dinner guests in honor o( her daughter Lois on her graduation. Mr and Mrs Wood row Russell had 37 guests in honor of their son Richard on his graduation. Mr and Mrs Joe Reding had Over 30 guests in honor of their daughter Carol's graduation. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kirsch had over 40 dinner guests in honor of their son Marlin's graduation. Mr and Mrs Clete Derner had a number of relatives in honor of their son Leland's graduation. Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch had 30 guests at a dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Carol's graduation, Mr and 'Mrs George Baas had over SO-, for dinner in honor of their daughter Joan's graduation., The above were all graduates from Presentation Academy. Mrs Edward Maahs and son Everett and daughters Eldoitt, Elaine, Evonne visited last -week Sunday at the home of the f&m- er's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers in Waverly. k Mr and Mrs George' Meyer visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck near Lone Rock Thursday afternoon. Paul Johnson, son of Mr & Mrs Carl Johnson arrived home Irom Texas Sunday for a ten day furlough. He will report back to a camp Del Rio, Texas. Mr' and Mrs -Merrill Mueller and family of Turloek, Calif, are .visiting at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Louis Mueller in Whittemore and other relatives in" Fenton. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith . . Mrs visited with old friend! in St. Ann'hospital in Algona, Wednesday evening. Mr Carm* ody, a former neighbor, who was 94 years old Wednesday and on May 1? Mi< and Mrs Cartrtody celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary in the hospital. Mr Carmody was presented with a large birthday cake. - Emil Seh- friHing who is in the same room with Mr Carmody and also n -former Whitlemorc resident staled that he was really enjoying his stay in St. Ann and slated that he was one of the best patients there and feels fine but getting older. Next was Mrs Augusta Lavrenz who Was admitted tii St. Ann two weeks ago With a siege of stomach flu bul is well on the road of recovery. They also visited Mr and Mrs Fred G. Wejjener, on South Ridgley, brother-in-law and sister of Mr HHclrnwith. A miscellaneous shower was held last week Sunday in the church parlors of* St. Paul's Lutheran church in honor of Arlerie Struecker who will be married Sunday, May 31, to Arnold Heldt of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz entertained a number of relatives at a dinner Sunday in honor o£ their son David on his confirms lion. Guests were Mrs Richard Potratz, Mr and Mrs Erie Meyer, Mr and Mrs Art Heidenwith and Dorothy .Rosendahl of here and Mrs Loran Barker an,d family of Mr.cksburg, la. A number of friends of Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz gathered at their home Sunday evening for a house warming party. Those present included Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and, Mrs Joe Kollasch, Mr and Mrs' Ralph Walker, Jr., Mr and Mrs Dennis Wehrspann, Mr and-Mrs Elmer Maahs, Mr and Mrs Wayne Wagner, Janice Schultz and Kenneth Mergen. Anna Schroeder, Former lifonka Resident, Dies filonka — Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, May 23 at the Crystal JLake Methodist church for Mrs Anna Schroedw, TO, who passed away last week Wednesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs WiWam Ross. Mrs Schroeder died suddenly as she and her granddaughter wefe getting , up Wednesday, morning. She was dressing and had a heart attack. She was immediately taken to the hospital but passed away ertroute. Mrs Schroeder, a former Titonka resident, was born April 9, 1889, in Germany, she came to this country when 7, and lived in Grundy County. She was married to Henry Schroeder in 1909 at Revilio, S. D. and they farmed until 1928 when they moved to a farm near Crystal Lake. A few years' later they made their home in Titonka where Mr Schroede? passed away in 1949. Surviving her are three sons, Harry, Estherville, Clarence, Bozeman, Mont.; and Warren, Estherville; a daughter, Mrs Wm, (Rosella) Ross, Crystal 'Lake, with whom she made her home; 18 grandchildren; 3 sisters, Mrs Mary Klunder, Grundy Center, Mrs Tena Riggles, Crystal Lake, and Mrs Sadie Roadchaeffcr, and three brothers, Martin Daniels of Des Moines, Albert Daniels of Revilio, S, D. and Glaus Daniels of Clear Lake. Mrs Oelmar Kinseth, MI bel is the daugh Mrs Henry Stroebel of present A with dgreup SltigifiL Mrs Betty firafidt, by Mrs Ann SehJ by Mrs ElejBttor vocal group of girls, Rdcr^S seth. Sue CalHe*,* Shes Linda Rode and Celine sang a selection* ' The bride-t&*fae opened gifts with the assistance of Mrs Carl Ludwig and Haehael Kinseth. Mrs Meile Gieskittg jwttred, Hostesses were Mrs Cfiris Brandt, Mrs Robert Budlong, Um< Lester Callies, Mrs Dwfjght Gdftetf "Mrs Alvin Honkcn, Mrs Bobeffr Kruse, Mrs Vern Rafdal, Mrs Ed Sathoff, Mrs Falkert Stecket and Mrs Harm Wibben. Plum Creek 4-H Tea The Plum Creek Elite 4-H girlfc held their annual Mother's Day Tea Saturday, May 9, al the iPlum Creek Community Center. Thirty mothers and grandmothers were present. The June meeting will be June 13 with Peg and Mary Keith. Burl Girl Is Honored At Titonka Shower Titonka — A miscellaneous shower was held Thursday evening May 14, 'at the Good Hope Lutheran church parlors in honor of Miss Delores Stroebel, loca school teacher, who will wee Robert Kinseth, son of Mr anc Mr and Mrs John Rode slid. Mr and Mrs George Anderson "were recent guests at the Home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Rode and family. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mechler and sons, Craig and Paul* of Cozad, Nebraska, spent a We6k Visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs' Elmer Mechler. *• * . Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher - entertained her 500 club recently. Guests were Mrs J. K. Hillfand Mrs Raymond Baade.-Prizes Were won by Mrs Esther Peterson and Mrs Baader / *e < "<• ?*, Sgt. and> Mrs jFrances 'Polton and family,' fo'rmerly of NeV'Jer- sey are en-route to Texas, having been transfered to-. Ft. Bliss and arc spending >a Avfeek vj$it-, ing his parents Mr and Mrs Lake 1 ! Polton and sister alid family the Clarence Bruns. ' Glen Welp who recently entered the U.S. Armed forces is stationed in Colorado for basic ing. . \ Mrs Eilerl D. Boyken is.a patient at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, having been there for the past week. Harry Boyken who is in the army came to be with her as well as a son at college at Mankato. Mr Boyken, Ruth and Ronald have spent much time with her at the hospital. v • The Buffalo Boosters,4-H Club girls gave a tea jjn their mothers honor on May 9. Each 'mother was given a plant'by ~the daughters and a special program -was givjbn. Group singing, a p6em by.Phyl- lis Sachau,..a saxapJiOAe, solo by Linda Krantz^ and i another poem, by Jane Buffington»concluded*the program. Lunch was served'by the hostesses, ^Janicfe A3|ee > Virgin and Kathy Willis ilkes. ' end Audrey Elect Officers At St. Benedict C.D.A. Meeting The 8t; Sfefitedik Catholic Dt* gnters frtfet Mby $1 U* the- settee? hall. Grand Regent Mrs Marie Thill presided. Kewly-elected officers are as follows 1 . Grand Regent, Miss Elizabeth Priest; Vice -grand regent* Mrs Marie Thill; prophetess. -Mrs Dorothy Plathe; lecturer, Mrs Marie Hecker; financial secretary, Mrs Martha Gfandgenett;., treasurer, Mrs Veraa Pfeffer; historian, Mrs Ltiella Lickteig; rnon%r. Mrs Marcelene Boeder; sentinel. Miss Marie Bruning; organist, Mrs Stella Eischen; and trustees, Mrs Marie Hudspeth and Mrs Frances Capesitis. Following the meeting cards and .a social hour were enjoyed. High prize for cards was won by Mrs Agnes Rosenmeyer and low prize, iby iMrs Regina Doer. Mrs Louisa Prueschl won ithe lucky plate prize while the lucky prize went to Mrs Betty Daley. Mrs Martha Grandgenett was present to win the attendance prize. Mr'FMary Iriitifft^ftJlJfftu and yin 3. WA Bollig of were presented with corsages by the hostesses, rhade by Mrs Chris Larseh and Mrs Lyle Strong of Armstrong. *' A > pfogr&rn, $t6B presented; selection*, fey ^a.clarinet *trio, £areh LSttsen,' IHztbeih Kifflten der and Joan Irmiter; reading, Mrs-l»yie Strohg; vbcal duet by Margery and Pat Irmiter, accbm- panied by Alice, Burkhead, Mrs for ' 4 ,'^ulz 1 ^gaifteVv.Margareit Rezac^ JoanNlfinller laisd Karen Larsen \assisted at the gift table. Hostesses Were Mesdames John Sturm,' James Rolling, Pat Roll ing,,Lyle Strongf Donald Ken ; fledy/Jloyd Brekfce, Fr&ttds SUll' ivan; Jrofen,ile>»1^ Clarence Wisis Charles^ Eollint, - Leof ,- Guerdet Hans"'JPete^eftr R**tf< D'undas Chris f l&fseh, ? Clenl ¥ '' Branden^ burgj,Ha$i's, J, Hansen, fiteniry and EXAMPLE O^ THE dAN6ER. !NVblV60 r TO SIGN A WAIVE* SHEET SO THEV 1 CAN tt LLOYD'S OF LONDON INSUteANCe.!!!. /*" HAVE 6Y "> t ii xV» THERE IS Jo'ixTRA ADMISSION PRICE fOR THI THRILt- ING EVENTS, SEE YOU SATURDAY AN£> SUNDAY, NIGHT., I«»S'. ¥''• fe ^•£^i*,.x,^. ) 1959 WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES FOR LESS THAN 1949 PRICES! NEW 13 CU. FT. COLD INJECTOR REFRIGERATOR tf* . ^ ' , " ™ r t " , . • 10 cu. ft. Frost-Free Auto-defrost Refrigerator, ' • 'Cold Injector System chills faster-keeps foods better* •- Door shelves lift off „ \. • With 101 Ib. 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