The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 15
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t Infant Baptised Easter Sunday, Fenton Church Fenton — Delia Hugh, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cornelius of Omaha, was baptized on Easter Sunday in the Metho^ dist church, Rev, Flowers official ing. A dinner in honor of the oc* casion was served at the Ed Weisbrod home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Schlei and girls, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Uthof, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei, Milton \'/eisbrod and children, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Schlei and Douglas Lee, and Mrs. f Edjvin Josten and daughter Mardell of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. ^ Will Weisbrod, Miss Florence * Weisbrod, Rev. and.Mrs. F. Flow* erS and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'K> Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred McNamer and family, and Mr, ••M and Mrs. Earl Cornelius arid fahv ily of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs, ^ • LlOyd Cornelius ' and sons of t Graettinger. - , . $ Honored On Birthday Paul Cornelius'was honored at birthday.party at his home on iday evening. Guests Were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cornelius and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius and sons of Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McNamer and family of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cornelius and family of Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof. At Achievement Day The Independent Mixers club attended the Rural Women's Achievement Day held at S{. Thomas church parlors in Em- mqtsburg on Monday, March 29, The .booth exhibit presented by the Independent Mixers was "Pressure SaUce Pan Meals". Those from the Independent Mixers club attending were Mes- dafnes C. L. Underwood, county chairman for international rela- tio'n, George Mienke, Art Voigt. Scott DeSart. Amer Cody, Ted Nelson, Adolf Hanson, Eldon Rhodes, George Jensvold and B. G. Berkland. "guests at the Frank MeFall home. Herbert Weiske was also a supper guest. Janet MeFall and Herbert Weiske wer,e dinnor guests at the Helen Weiske home at Burt. Mr, and ,Mrs., Paul Eigler and girls' and"Mf£." Rclta' JEiglor were Sunday dinner guests at the George Murphy home, v The Andrew Berklands visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- ,vin Berkland Sunday. The Cody family were afternoon callers. The Legion Auxiliary will meet _... „ . ° n Friday, Apfil 9 at the home of color are increasingly'olcar..-,iJew Mrs, Mervin Hale. Mrs. Jack Tie- reflectors had previously, ''been 'man will be the co-hostess. •,., i •• « i.. < i. . . \,i. *, ... * f._ ,j ' tn\ -ft i_ _._.'! TTI--I ri * ^ , MfS. Albert ,Gody waS'.ltostess to, several ladies at) a quilting party at" her home oft!>M6rtday afternoon. Guests wef.twMr&i'AU bert Mitchell aftd'. Anna <Marie, Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Mrs;iGurtis Olsbn and Mrs, Otto Wllbei-g. lMU.il , .. The FenCon theatre"has' plfeted the installation of & new Crystal Reflective Beaded sCi'een. Now black and White pictures are shown, in sharp relief v»nd .techni Society Note +/ it Etnia Guild** Weds^ Thursday afternoon, Mar. 26, at 2 o'clock at the parental ,-V* L. Gunder home, Erma Frances Gunder became the bride of Harold Ellis of Mexico, Maine, with the Rev. John P. Clyde of the Congregational church offi* installed in the machines making for first class lighting,? * T ;U; ' Baptized Easter , .„„._.,._ Phyllis Marie, infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs ; Amey Cherland, Was baptized on Easter" Jftwiday in the Blftkjer LutheranJehSrch, Rev. Molstre officiating Sponsors Were Mr. and Mrs." Sjjftnleyjlfert- sen and Miss Arl6t Cherland. Easter Sunday dinn per guests, at tlie , ^ home were Mr. and MrsJmertry Tieman and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Rex Wolfev Mr. -and Mrs. Calvin Householder of Lone Rock were afternoon guests. Sunday dinner guest* aft the home of Mrs, Anna Osborn were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osbbrn, Wilma and Bruce of Rockfoitd, 111., Mr, vn^i .•-Mel and vin Silver Wedding Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Cylinder celebrated their sil- £ , ver 'Wedding anniversary on Sun« day evening. Those from Fenton attending were Mr. and Mrs. if John Finnested, Mr.,and Mrs. B. G. Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Morris + Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fin- nested, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. !«y,, will" mrpetvshV AmrnftitimjrJ < ''<' ' ± / ..fBoard The Rev^to makr > a meetinwemale ' tioh bc-pfc'oVer>'» ed • Mpy •'•'• -/only {ve -bow? and Mrs. ; William Brown Wilfred, and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of. Armstrong^' Clarence Osborn, Roger and David. Afternoon guests were Mr., and Mrs. Otto Kelly of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul,. Eigler and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes of Austin, Mc.,,and Mrs. Carl Weichman of Ruthven. were Sunday afternoon guests at the John Kohlwes, home at Lotts Creek. Mr.'and Mrs. HiibeVt<Hantel- man and family of Mankato came td Fenton on Monday evening for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woods and family visited ' from Thursday through Sunday at the Alfred Woods home in Hamptpn. Mrs. • Fred Johnson..'••aijd Mrs. Jennie Jensen of Ringated were afternoon guests on ^liiesday of Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Egland are staying at the Amos Egland home at Wallingford during Hh'e' K time Amos is in Washingtoij.jjoJH Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wallace, are the parents of a son born Tuesday morning, M6rch j , J J$ at the McCreery hpspital' more., Easter Sunday dinner guests al the Art Voigt home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lufkin and family, Mr arid Mrs. Clarence .Underwood and boys, Mr. ana Mrs. Charles Weisbrod and Lyle, MV.' and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. and girls, William Fischer, Arlo Voigt; and ..Audrey Lufkin of West Bend. maf*i^¥«.',^^fc.s. Wendell Busch The Hook and Eye Sewing club met on Tuesday at the home of Vlrs. Gerhard 'Hantelman. Guests Were Mrs. Martin' Ohm and Miss Idna Hantelman. Ed Priebe and Richard Goetsch went to Hampton oh Monday on DUsiness. They brought back a new Chevrolet truck. William DeWall, Clarence Egland of Estherville, and Amos Egland of Wallingford "left Sunday morning for Vancouver, Wash., to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law Lars Rowseh. Mrs. Anna Meyer returned to tier home in Fenton on Wednesday afte-r-spending the past four months with her. daughters at Oklahoma City and Brickenrldge, Oklahoma. ,Mr. and Mrs. S. E.' Straley and girls and .'Mrs. Ida Brace were Sunday dihner''guests at the 1 G. E. Brace home at LuVerne. Miss Anna Marie Mitchell visited from Friday until Monday at the parental Albert Mitchell home.- Miss Mitchell is 1 a student at the Lutheran Bible institute in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn, Wilma and Bruce of Rockford, 111., visited from Friday through Monday at G.' Twait, Anna Osborn and Clarence Osborn homes. Mr. and Mrs. l)uane Cornelius and daughter visited Wednesday through Sunday at the parental Paul Cornelius and Ed Weisbrod homes. : A Joint Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Strayer cele- Car Crashes Cost , $22,362, In Feb. Sgt. Evei'ett 'kilts..of-the Highway Patrol, has given.out .figures showing- the contribution of Patrol District'No. 7 to the state totals. There were two deaths to mar the record in this area for January. Property damage in the District total ?153-,432. The damage was the result of 175 accidents involving 412 drivers and owners. Damage ih Wright County, which amounted to $50,035 was ^the, largest in ,the' district. The. record by counties: ! , '• Accidents' Drivers Damage $ 6,025 11,940 .4,710 22.362 , -23,30,0 '34.3VO 5e-,035 The couple was attended by Mrs. Edna Schweig, sister-of the bride, and Emery Keeley of Des Moinps, a classmate of the groom, both being students at the Iowa State college, Ames. The bride wore a navy blue crepe afternoon frock and her flowers were American Beauty roses.. Her attendant wore a gray afternoon frock and corsage of pale pink roses. Out' of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tripp, Ann and Janet and Mrs. Clark Stuart, of Ames. The parents of the bride were unable to be present as ,hey arc at Shadroh, Neb., where Mr. Gunder is being i kept for some time on business. Mr, ( and Mrs. Ellis will be at home at Ames, where the former is a student at the State college. Hard Times Parly— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority gave a hard times party Thursday evening at the Algona hotel. Jane Asa, Delores Buss, Marjorie Klein, JLois, Fraser, Elaine Hutchins, TJorothy Young, Patricia Voyles, Jean Burns, and Marita Bestenlehner. A prize was Won by Delores Buss for the best costume. At the last meeting an election of officers was held with the' following elected: Prcs., Mary T, Bestenlehner; vice-pres., La- Vpnne Wolcott; treas., Frances Dieckmann; recording sec., Lorna Ruhnke; corresponding secretary, Lorraine Taylor. Outgoing officers wore Jean Godden, Mary T. Bestenlehner, Edna Redihg, Esther Thuentt 1 , and Margaret Hardgrove respectively. gave a party Wednesday brnting the birthdays of their daughter Rebecca Sue,, who was four, and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Lone Rock, groat aunt of the other honorce. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Loo Immerfall, Chcryle and Konton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dui;an and Richard, Jess Dugan and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley,'Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald and B'rancis, maternal grandparents and uncle of Rebecca Sue, and Mary Joe Murtha. The time was spent socially and after the gifts were opened, Cake and ice cream was served. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Clara Pratt was hostess to the; "Eight Specks" card club last Tuesday evening. High score prizes wore won by Mrs. Beecher Lane and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Has 81st Birthday— A party was given Wednesday for Mrs. ITattie Larson honoring her 81st birthday. Those attending wore her daughter, Mrs. Ag- nes Wathem; hef daughters-in- TuMtlay, April 6, 1948 law Mrs. George Larson, and Mrs. Roy Larson of Spencer, Mrs. Fritz Jean, Mrs. Barbara Helmers of Bode, and Mrs. Adrian Sterling. The honoree received many gifts and lurteh was served at the close of the afternoon. Family Dinneif Hosts— In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McMo'hon of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMahon rec«>nt- ly entertained at a family dinner, guests being Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCoy, Mrs. Beulah McMahon and Warren McMahon, Mrs. LeRoy McWhaftet and her mother Mrs. Anna Gill had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lighter of Marcus. Dora Mitchell had as a guest last week her niece Mrs. Sid Sanborn and Virginia of Monte Vista, Colo., who also visited the Leon Clapsaddles at Bancroft and is now at Mason City with her mother Mrs. Serena Clappsaddle. Beity Ann McEnroe, daughter of Frank McEnroe, who teaches at Mapleton, has returned there Calhoun 14 Hamilton 17 Humboldt 9 Kossuth 32 Pocahontas 22 28 46 17 77 47 144 53 WANTED Glean Cotton Rags Algona Newspapers following her Easter vacation spent here. Lewis, Vera and Rose Marie, have returned to Loras college, Dubuque, Spencer and Briardate City, respectively,-' attff a few days with thtetf,,.., Mr. and Mrs, C. L, McEnfOf. 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