The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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m lv I f t u Isi 1 if DM Mortal thur*day, Oct. 8, 1959 — A bridal shower held Saturday evening for Sandra B&Jk at the Swea City Mefhodbt tJiuttih. Miss Beck become the bride of AMn Jr. Oct. IB. Mrs 6«dTfe IteMlrv was In charge ol the guest book. Sandra was assisted in opening her gifts by- Barbara Beck, Judy Pulver, M&xella Jenssen, Pamala f*ager- lurid, Linda Patterson and Mrs James Johnson. Mrs Ralph Chantrili and Mrs Alia Walker poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Clay ton Angle, Clarence Gardner, Ralph Chantril, Alia Walker. Ed Peplinski, Jack Angle, Roy Kluger, Eddie Stewart, George K Nelson, Don Geerdes, Wallace Schaeffer, Ken Nachitgal, Lorimer Bjorklund, 'Harold Krantz, Gifford Smith, Ralph Angle, Derwood Voigt, George Rohlin, Kenneth Seylar, Gene Fagerlund, Arnold Anderson, Cecil Godfrcd- son and Miss Maribel Mino. Purchase Store Mr ,and Mrs Art Collins have sold the A & L Variety Store in Swea City to J. H. Pfeil of Armstrong. Mr Pfeil will now operate the Rfeil sVariety in Armstrong, • J wb^ich he has owned for some time rind the Swea City store. He took possession and was open for business Saturday. Mrs 'Cecil Godfredson spent several ,day$ at Burt last week with her mother, Mrs Cora Stow, Guest at the John Boeckholt home Monday evening to honor him on his bir.thday were the Herman Boeckholts of Bancroft, Oris Cushman's and children of -Buffalo Center, Harold Boeckholts and children of Bancroft, the Richard KainS and Kelly Lynn Vwi HOTO ttnd Donald Intewftill. . Dr. John Lesiak, J. L, Intermill, Maurice Gi¥efts and Louis Bartlett Itft .Saturday on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Mr,and Mrs Howard Fernth o{ ufefcort, Ariz, were visiting old friends and neighbors over the weekend. The Good Hope Lutheran church ladies aid will meet Wednesday afternoon in the church' parlors. Hostesses . are Mrs Loren Hans, Mrs Dan Wut>- ben. Mrs John Johnson and Mrs Vernon Wenger, The annual Mission Festival will be held at the Good Hope. Lutheran church Sunday, Oct., 11 with missionary Lyle Darnauer of India as speaker. Rev. Norman Johnson of Renwick will be the evening speaker. A pot luck dinner will be held at noon. Services are, Sunday school at 9 a.m., morning services at 10, af- at 2 p.m. and Woman's club will meet Thursday evening, Oct 8, at the home Hazel Budlong. ternoon services evening at 7:30. The Titonka of Edith Leaders and are Marie Orthel and Maree Krantz. of \Algona. and Mrs John Hammond Portland Twp, By MM. VW6r Mrs torn frenary reined row ftodtcster Monday evening. Her daughters} Mrs Harold B*ek* er and Mr* Ralph Dtigatt, had a surprise supper tv&Hing to? net, Callers at the Trewaty h during the week vytre Mf» Ringsdorf, Mrs Roscoe Stewart and the Ross Elvidges Of Butt Sunday visitors in the Tom Iran- ary home were Mr and .Mrs Emi'l Pearson of tone Rock, the Bldon Duncans and floyd Dun* cans of Fenton and Mrs Edith Trenary of Ledyard. / Mr and Mrs P, W. Marlow and. family were guests Sunday at the Elmer Phillips home, Sextoti, in honor of the birthdays of Mr . Phillips, Pete Marlow and Joyce relatives and A ^roap of friends Sunday evening toj * Koettters ceietortie;... fifth Weddlfrf 'iftfkf^ , the Portland Soda) Club meet Tliufsa^ tMfflL 8, Ikt tht hams ot Mit.l te* hi Algona. Silftd&y \*isitofs ifl Ltfrse^i home weffe w *. ClBfence Chrtsterrfelft Jf Mf and Mrs Clinch B, Algona and Mr and Lindhorst of New ttafftpwn«,v, and Mrs Llndhorst are hefe i6 some plowing, and , next spring te. a farm'_ miles northwest of Algoftft; , (Mr and Mrs Edmund U: and Mr and Mrs Htrtfey ,Mi_,.. attended the band festival Sat urday at Alg6na and of MM Bffie Teeter. Mrs Jim MeColley, Janet. „„*- ene and Rogene and Mrs Glenda Perdue and Kandy of, Wfchita, Kan. arrived Saturday * itf visit oflChrcago, 111. have visited with niS, sister'and husband, the Hol- Hs 4 Beadles, the (past week and 'other friends and relatives in the 'community. '* ,' •Sunday guests' at the Frank Smouse home were Rev. and Mrs Wi'' A. Farmer and children, Grimt. • Mr and Mrs Dillard 'Bishop we ( fe guests at. the Home of the Lpiiie Helpetre'^; in Elmore Sunday". The Leonard Swansons, Dean Swansons, Dillard Bishops, Barrel Bishops and Duane Jensens attended the wedding of Francis Svranson and May Regal Sunday evening. .The«Nels Gpdfredsons, Eddie GoHfredsons," Cecil Godfredsons and Mervin Johnsons were Sunday guests of the Ben Wi'bberi's at Algona.' * Sunday dinner guests at the Clayton Angle home were the Keith Cousins'of Rochester, Minn. and Mrs Johnson and the Gene Cotisins of Mankato, the Ed Pep- linskis and ,the Jack Angles. ' TITONKA NEWS $lxtecn ladies of the Good Ho&c Lutheran church attended guest day at the 'Bethany Lutheran church at Buff alb'Center Wednesday. , Mr and Mrs Loren Hans and farnily were Sunday guests at the horoe of Mr and Mrs Milton Wetzel "at St. James, Minn. M^ and Mrs Win. Boyken of Awes and family were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Wm. Boyken. Mrs Irene Higgins entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Mrs Gertie Bartlett and Mrs Pearl Jlicklefs won prizes. > - '"Mr and Mi's Harry Mchlan and family of Little America, Minn. werte TUonka visitors over the weekend. •Mr and Mrs Woodrow Peterson of Ackley visited, at the-hprne of M^s Erie. Pe^ersOn Sunday. Mr anA Mrs Boekelman were guests, alsp. • Mrs J. L, Intermill and family \yere Sunday, guests aj the home Of'Mr.and Sirs Henry-Van Hove, 'Mj.-amd Mrs Keith Van Hova ^vejr« also supppr guests. They > QeJfbraced ,the birthdays of Henry Ledyard Guild Honors Members With Birthdays Ledyard — The E. and R. Guild met at the church Thursday with Mrs Fred PloegOr, Mrs Sorcn Pedersen, Mrs Oryille Runks nieier and Mrs Art Runksmeier as hostesses. Mrs Maurice Kei was in charge ol ,the -program-. , A sextet of E. and R. .girls sang. They were' -.Tane Egesdal Pam Keil, Sandra Fenneffla Gloria Pingel, 'Ja.nis Goetz anc Sharon ^Klooster, • They were ! companied -by Betty Herzog. • A hymn was sung honoring the birthdays of Mrs August. Klinksiek, Mrs Burton Johnson, Mrs Marvin Junkermeier,- "Mrs E. A. Carpenter, Mrs Gertrude Wierner and Mrs James Botten- fied. The Neighborhood Birthday club met at the home 'of-Mrs Clayton Roseboro last Tuesday evening with 13 ladies present, The evening was spent visiting and Mrs Roseboro was , given many gifts. A lunch Was served'. •Thursday afternoon* the; Esther Circle of the W.SX1S. is'sponsor- ing a guest day in place ot-.the regular meeting. • '. •/, Friday Adolph Kuecker of'St. Jarni?s,» n ljlin4J M ,carne for Mrs Zilphy H. Hardt. "Mis'wife, - the f6rmer Natalie Hardt,»'-h'ad be\en taken ill on Thursday riigb't an'd had been taken to the • ImrnanUel hospital in Tvtankato., , ,-/'"*'' "" Mr and Mrs Ronald Johnson of "Blue Earth "are the parents of, a son-.born Sept. 30 at-the'Slue 'h'ospital. He ' hamed'Craig Allen.' Mr'and Mrs Burton Johnson are the paternal grandparents. Mrs t Lillian 'Brack" entertained the members of the' G.O.O.F, Club a£ a birthday dinner. 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