The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 6, 1948
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n Wes/ey Auxiliary Minstml And Amateur Show, T6th j— ftoton Alabam' Way, a mlhsirel, will be the opening number of the annual amateur , program to be presented to .the public in the high school auditorium Friday evening, April Id, ,spdnsored by the American Le- "gion Auxiliary} 25 local characters, will perform In the opening ,'number and quite a number of .entries have beeft received from J amateurs w ( ho Will enter the coh- •itest. Prizes are to be $8, $3 and $2. 'Admission 50c and .26c.-Afiyone wishing to enter, contact -Mrs. L. : L. Pfeffer, Mrs. Urban NeUroth, ; Mrs, Tony Hildman or Mrs. Viola Studer. A beautiful table lamp will be given away that evening. It can be seen In the Koppen fur- |niture store window. . Mai Appendectomy •: Rose Studer, youngest daughter of'"Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer sub- ,,mitted to an appedectomy in the General hospital at Algona, Thursday morning, April 1. She is employed at the Maxine 'Dwy- cr. Reminder office. Teresa Lor- cnz, Cheryll Meurer,, are alsb employees there and Mrs.. Everett Ackersbn-has been assisting the past few weeks, several days a week. , v • Auxiliary -In Session -— The American Legion Auxiliary held its April meting Thursday evening with Mrs. ' George arid Mrs, Viola Studer as hostesses. 1 Mrs. Luke Youngwirth, vice president, presided in ! the absence Of the president, Mrs. i L. L. Pfeffer. '.-.'-. Mrs. Alfred- Erdman, rehabili: tation, -reported'that ?9.40 'worth of gifts had been sent the veterans hospital at Knoxville... - Plans were discussed for the '' annual arrjateuf. program to' be • Riven Friday evening, April 16 in ; the high school auditorium. "500" And Bridge Parly j Following v the business meeting of the' C.D. : A. Wednesday evening 500 and bridge : waslplay- ed. Mrs. Leo Hanig and Mrs. Francis Richter won high and low score prizes in 500 and Mrs. Margaret Benton and Mrs. Frank Bleich .in bridge'. \ . The next meeting of the.C. D. A. will be on 'Tuesday evening, April 13 instead of on the Ijlth as there is a dance in the Legion hall that evening, sponsored" by a gr&up of C. D. A. members., Will. Sell Cafe ' v Alvin Loebig 'Is offering his cafe for sale as he plans to : assist his father E, H. Loebig operate the pool hall. Gdrdon Lbebig, who is in partnership with his father in the pool hall is planning to re-enlist in the army. iAlvin has. operated the cafe the p&st 18 months, in the old First National bank building which was jcom- plctely .remodeled and rede6orat- ed. ' ' ' At Cousin's Wedding Mr. and Mrs. J. P. StUder-went to Lismore, Minn., Sunday, March 28 to visit his daughter Rita, now Sister Julius who teaches the 5th and 6th grades in the. parochial school .there. She also teaches music and directs the children's choir. . . That, evening they went to Round Lake, Minn., to attend the wedding of; Mrs. Studer's cousin Gerald. Christoffer. at. 8. o'clock. Mrs. Studer's parents, ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman of 'Iryjng- ton also attended .the wedding. Attend A Baptism Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Haverly accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gink- of .Woden to . St. Cloud, Minn., Tuesday where they visited the Earl Theisens till Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Cink were sponsors for the baptism of the baby boy born, to Mr. and .Mrs. Theisen'-on March 19. The baby was named' Patrick Joseph. He has a brother Michael who will be 2 years old in August. Mrs. Theisen is the former • Margaret Haveriy, a sister of Mrs. Cink. Mrs. 'George Cink stayed with the Ed Cink children. ftJ Wed Algbria Girl . Mr, an'd Mrs. Otto Esser of Algona have announced the,engagement of their daughter Mary Joe to Robert Kirkpatrick, only son of Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick. He now has a teaching position in the Industrial Training .Institute at Chicago. They will be married May 1 at St. Gertrude's church in Chicago, He is a graduate of Wesley high school and he served in the marines during thu last war. .1 Visit Hospital Patient .. Mr. arid Mrs. Alf Studer and Mr, and Mrs. Fred Bohn went to Mason [City on Tuesday of last week to see their sister Mrs. Lucy Schleusner of Garner, who is a patient; in the Mercy- hospital there. Has 81st Birthday Eli Goodman observed his 81st birthday on Easter Sunday. This is the third time his birthday has fallen on the Holy Day. Easier Sunday guests at tfieir home were the Earl Goodnows and Mrs. Rose Benner of Mason City, and the Herman Qstercamps. At State Convention Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer attended a state T. Bi convention at Dos Moines from Wednesday till Friday. , C. D. A. Meeting Mrs. George <Ama and Mrs. Ray Barnholt were servers at the meeting of "the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. ' Mrs. Albert Lickteig and Mrs. Lawrence Smith will serve at the next meeting, which will be on Tuesday, April 13 instead of on 'Wednesday, the 14th. festival. Each choir presented its own program at the city auditorium and in the evening presented a program together in which 650 voices took part. , IVt Brother's Wedding Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz and two children went to Des Moines Friday afternoon to attend the wedding of his brother Jerry Kunz to Carmel Pirello on Saturday. Jerry is a son of Mrs. Ann Kunz and the late Otto KunZ, former Wesley residents. LOCALS ' Mr. and Mrs. Mortify Johannsen, accompanied by Mrs. Esther ttelberg t,nd Mrs. Henry Gucter- went to Cedar Rapids, Saturday, to attend tournament. Mrs. the bowling Helberg also Two Club Meetings Mrs. Joe Mcurer entertained Sings In Choir- Vincent Richtsmeier. returned to Des Moines Wednesday to resume his studies at Dowling high school. On April 5th the 75 voice all boy choir of which he is a member went to Council Bluffs and took part in the'arinual music her bridge club Saturday aftei• noon. ' The Study club will meet with Mrs. Chas. Kraus Thursday, April 8th. Ruth Hauptman left Saturday For Aberdeen, S.' D., to continue icr nurses training following a two weeks visSt at her parental J. P. Hauptman home. Katherine Cloonen of Nevada came Wednesday evening and spent the weekend at the A. L. Richtsmeier home. The women arc sisters. George Aldrich took up his duties again as rural mail carrier following a 3 months rest in California. Lester Lease substituted for him. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer went to Mason City Friday to see their daughter, Mrs. George Kelch of Kanawha who is again a patient at the Mercy hospital. Little Norma Kelch is being cared for by her aunt Mrs. Ed Dawns and the Kelch baby Linda is with another aunt Mrs. Ralph Jarvis. A home project meeting will be held at Mrs. Esther Skow's on Tuesday, April 13. Any woman is invited to attend. • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dawns accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vick Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Hartyell of Britt to Sioux City Wednesday where they attended the funeral of Orville C. Cook, 39, who died suddenly on Saturday of a heart attack. Mr. Cook was manager of the Moorman feed company. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohn and three sons were guests at the All Studtr home on Easter Sunday. . visited Shirley and Durwood at Oakdalo, where both are getting along nicely. The party returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. G. A. Sharp is confined to bed, having suffered multiple injuries when she 'fell from the second floor stairs to the first floor. Colling up in the night, she mistook an opening for her bedroom door, and plunged down the stairs. Though no bones Were broken, she sustained severe and painful bruises and pulled muscles. It will be a few Weeks before she 1 will be able to get around any to speak of. Mr. and Mrs. William Ringgen- jerg, accompanied by Mrs. Esther Helberg, went to Blue Earth, Minn., last Sunday afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle, parents of Mrs. Ringgenberg. Mrs. Esther Helberg had as Weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Homer of Colo, and Mr. arid Mrs. James Thompson of Boone. Mr. and' Mrs. Willis Mitchell returned last week Friday to their home at Alhambra, Calif., following a visit of several days With the former's mother, Mrs. Ednn Mitchell. Willis drives a Greyhound bus and has been in the employ of the company the past five years. During their visit here, Mr. arid Mrs. Willard Mitchell came from Ames, and Donna Jean came from Waterloo to join in the family reunion. Mrs. Harry Greenberg has been visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Friedell at Minneapolis, Minn., and returned Sunday with her husband, "who drove after her. She had. been at Topeka, Kans., prior to this, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David J. August and a sister and brother- in-law, who were there from New York. •Harry Greenberg has purchased the house recently owned by Dr. E. J. Anderson at 015 Chubb street and moved there last week. Dr. and Mrs. Anderson have moved to Sioux City. Mrs. C. f. Specht accompanied her daughter and son-irt-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and Greta Mae, Forast City, to Victor, last week, where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kut/ii, another daughter and son-in-law of Mrs. Specht. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman, a third daughter and son-in-law of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Boeckholi went to the Good Hope church, Easter Sunday morning, where baptismal rites were given for their infant daughter, Cheri Ann, the Rev. Bert Weaver officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Boeckholt. A family dinner was served at the J. M. Elmores fol- owing the services. ' Harold Frisiedl spenl from r riday till Monday at Chicago, ill., on business and also visiting 'riends. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen spent last week Sunday at Swea with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dourte. Mr. and Ms. James Kelso visit- ecl Mr. and Mrs. John Kelso and Mrs. Margaret Kelso, Buffalo enter, last week Sunday. John is Y brother of James and Mrs. Margaret Kelso is their mother. Mr. and Mrs. James 7 Merryman have adopted a .two month's old baby boy whom they have named Daniel James. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lindslrom recently visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lindstrom at Rockwell City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ingham had as guests from Palm Sunday to Tuesday, the letter's parents', Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sears of Oska- loo'sa. Easter Sunday the Ing- Tuesday, April 6, f 94B went to OttumWa, the home office of the Graham stores, where he transacted business. He also visited his mother, Mfs. Hartley, at Sigourney^ hams returned home For TOP VALUE hams spent the day with tne Sears and Monday Mr; Ingham S.C. 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