The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1948 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 11, 1948
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two Church Groups Honor Mother's Day At Led yard tft , fi Ledyard — ^..^ ^. «. tv.-.,»«- "'s Guild met at the church ftesday afternoon with Mrs. ..„..& Sfaridt, Mrs. 'Herman ifafidt, Mrs, J. fildrhe ahd Mrs! eefiken^as 'hostesses, The was in charge o'f Mrs. Wdrd KnflHer'and Was based oft Mother's Day. * jRev. Edward Nuss led the de- vmions. Janice Goetz, Tommy ' BUsch and Sandra Fennema Sang "Heavenly Sunshine". Poems artd •'* anicles Were retid as follows: 'i "Days, End", Mrs. H. Brandt; * "Send Them to Bed With a Kiss", Mrs, JdHnson; "Mothers", Mrs. ] AMn Busch; "fo Mother", Mrs. Hendrieksoh. Mrs. Kenneth BUsch .» aftd Mrs.'K, Johnson sang "Mem- cries «f Mbther", While Mrs. Fbrm 'of East Chain 'drew a sil-' '* Hbuettepicture Of a mother. ' , Mrs. Ray Valviek gave a read•\ ifig on "Mdther'N "My Mother," IWrs. Elmer -Jurtkefmeier; "Ho-. bbdy Knows But Mother", Mrs. ^ H. Zielsld. Then Mrs. Form drew a, beadtlful chalk picture arid a t short talk oh "Which Way Are You LetftfiHg". Then Mrs. 'W. E. Wiemer gave a musical reading, •' "Songs Our Mothers Sang", she was accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Busch. -..*" Wtethodlfii Mother's Party , : On Friday'afternoon the Methodist W. S. C. S. held a Mother- i Daughter Tea at the church with Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. H. Shrank, Mrs. Tice Brack, Mrs. R. ••* Wentworth and Mrs. Jack Welfare as hostesses. • . ,i ^The program was in charge of Mrs. Fred Dutton, program chairman, and was as follows: 'Opening song, group; devotions oh "Mothers of the Bible", Mrs. '> Dutton; prayer, Rev. Hammer of Swea City; solo, Mrs, Ht Herzog; a Mother s Creed, Mrs) Albert Looft; Mother's Day poems, Mrs. George Thompson; quartet, Mrs. \ Thompson, Mrs. Herzog, Mrs. Burrow and Mrs. C. Pingel. 4 Mrs. Herzog then introduced * Mrs. Hammer of Swea City who gave a very inspirational talk. '* The guests were then invited to the basement for lunch at tables i! beautifully decorated with flowers and mother-daughter -favors. Mrs. W. 'E. Wiemer, Mrs. C. 1 Soseboro, and M$s. W. Black Were in -charge of. decorations. •i At the tables Mrs. Dutton presided and a toast to Mothers was given by Mrs. Wm. Stubbe and a response To Our Daughters was given by Mrs. Edward Looft. Mrs. Glenn Burrow and daughter Melva sang "My Mother's Bible". Mrs. Mayer then presented gifts to Mrs. Etta S. Anderson. the oldest mother with her daughter ipreserit, MBS. R. B. Rogness, the youngest mother with her daughter {Sfeserit. ~Mfs. H. Selborg, tne oldest ddugfiter with her mother present. Llh'da Pingel, the youngest daughter with her mother present. To Mrs. L. A. Nltz, of Lakota, the mother from farthest away with her daughter present. Mrs, Can Noyes, of Forest City, the daughter from farthest away with her mother present. And to Mrs. S. H. Hammer of Swea City, our Honor gUest mother of the afternoon. About 90 or 95 guests were present. At Easfeiftt Star Party On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Fennema, Mrs. Charles Ba- .ihara, Mrs. Wilson Brack, Mrs. Tice Brack. Mrs. F, Sheel. Mrs. Bedlah Weed, Mrs. Leo Anderson, Mrs. Edward Knoner, Mrs. Edward Looft 'and Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended Friendship Night ( of the Swea City chapter of Eastern Star at Bancroft. Guest officers from Burtj Buffalo Center and Armstrong put on the initiatory work. Gue<Hs,wcre also present from Elmore, Bancroft, Swea City. Moderhetie Club Meeis The Moderne : tte club met ai 16 Eighth Grade Graduates Get Diplomas, Lakota Lakota—Eighth grade "commencement Exercises were held at the school auditorium, Mdil- day evening, Mfly 16, with 16 Students in the class. Names as follows: Joseph Anderson, Shirley Ankey, David Darnauer, Pearl Farrow, Rose Hippett) Darwin Meyer, Rodriey Heetland, Juanita Lester, Betty Olson, Diana Schfpeder, Conley Smith, Jon Smith, Hilda Swalve, Robert /Tietz, Alvih Wirtjes arid Alden Heidecker. Program as follows: Piano solo, Blllie Beemer; Junior high chorus, America, the Beautiful; address, County Supt. A. E. LaUritzen; piano solo, Rod- hey Heetland; Presentation of diplomas; honor roll, by teacher, Mrs. Lola Graham. Ah 8-lb. Son An 8-lb. 13 07., son named Howard Earl was born to Mr. and- Mrs. Herbert Julius Thursday morning at the Bttffalo Center hospital. Mi's. Julius was formerly Kathryn Becker. the home of Mrs. Alfred Lloyd 'Thursday afternoon, A desserl luncheon was served at a table decorated with tiny May baskets. Roll call was answered by "My Favorite Sport". An interesting talk was given by Mrs. Mabel 'Krosch on "The St. Augustine Farm in Florida". Election of officers was held and Mrs. Orville Brandt was elected president to succeed Mrs. Roy Valvick; Mrs. Albert Looft as vice president to succeed Mrs. M. Krosch and Mrs. Frank .Rptterman was elected secretary and treasurer to succeed Mrs. Arthur RUnkesmeier. A few plans for next year's program were also discussdd. On Tr ; p To Arkansas Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter left Saturday for Dardanelles. Ark., where they will visit several weeks at the home of s daughter and family, the John BatChelors. Finishes School Course Joe Dyer returned home last week from Chilicothe, Mo., where he just completed a course in a communications school. Cleo Looft, who yvtorks in Des Moines, is spending several weeks visiting her parents and having dental work done. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Needs Major Operation Mrs. Henry Swalve came home last week Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where her husband is in St. Mary's hospital, where ie is undergoing a series of operations. .Mrs. Swalve returned to the hospital on last week Wednesday as Mr. Swalve Will have a major*" operation in the near future. The children are staying with neighbors. W. S. C. S. Hostess Mrs. Harry Mussman was hostess to the Methodist W: S. C. S. at her home last week Wednesday with a large crowd present. The meeting was in charge of the vice president, Mrs. Edward Hagge. Mrs. Phyllis LaBue was in charge of devotions and gave a lesson on visual instruction of children. Several visitors from out of town were present, namely: Mrs. Margaret Whalen, Des Moines, Mrs. F. C. Keister, Mrs. Charles Anderson and Mrs. Harold Keister of Elmore. The next meeting will be With Mrs. Lauren Thompson in June. California Aulo Trip Mesdames Kilmer Hanson and Wilbur Wirtjes, Lakota, and Mrs. Alma Morstead of Armstrong and her son Fred left early last week Tuesday morning for a trip via automobile to California. Fred Morstead returned to his Navy camp at Pasadena. : His mother and aunt, Mrs. Hanson, will visit relatives-there and Mrs. Wirtjes will visit her husband's brother, Ray Wirtjes, and family at Alhambra. Viola Wirtjes of Sibley, la., is keeping house for the Wirtjes and caring for the children. The visitors expect to make several side trips' on. the •4ray HBme a'bbtit ."the 'firSt ' of iJune. (sfmbitlance ana Service On d joUrney you need good companions. At home you need good neighbors. a birthday fevenlng at ,his home rledr City. Visiting and taking pic*' tures of the group furnishe'd *srr* tertainmeht and a bounteous" lunch was served at each event- and the following relatives att9 friends were present at each party: the Jasper Stednhards,, Swea City; the Henry Erine.ns, Elmore,' Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Julius, Ledyard; the Hehry Olthoffs, the Ray Beckers, the George Ennens, August, Alfred and Lucy Melz, and. Duane Lester. The honorees received many nice gifts. Mesdames Loyal Gingrich ahd Ella Buckels entertained at four tables of bridge at Mrs. Gihg- (fich's last week Monday evening. Mrs. J. H. Warburton and her sister Mrs. J. F. Whalen, Des Moines, drove to Algona last Week Tuesday and were dinner' KUests of Carrie, Margaret and William Durant, and .Mrs. Warburton also visited Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck in the afternoon. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City Friday and she and her sister Lena Gutknecht took the flier there to Minneapolis, Where they spent the weekend, taking in the Ice Follies while there. Emma returned home Monday. A. T. Buckels received a message. 'Thursday that his brother Dan Buckels of Ellsworth, la., passed away early that morning from a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. and Mrs. Buckels attended the funeral Saturday. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. David Ley, s'ori of "Mr. arid" Mrs." W. D. Ley, celebrated his sixth birthday last week Monday by entertaining six of his little friends and plans included, a wiener.roast but because 'Of the rain,a picnic supper was'enjoyed in the recreation -room. Ah extra treat was given :the guests when they attended the -movie after supper. • , Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith celebrated their 16th Weddirig anniversary Saturday evening, -May 1, with a steak- dinner at their home with a group of friends as guests. Mervin Olthoff celebrated a : bjrthday Tuesday, April 27, 'at his home northeast of town. Mr., and Mrs. Arnold Becker celebrated their joint birthdays Sunday afternoon at their home south of 'Buffalo Center. Jasper Steen- n uplex For Sole •>. .,• ; 'J if ,_-'• " • ' Residence 113 North Phillips St., Duplex, -insulated apartments cpnd,'i'£f gop4 income Mrs, M, B, Long, Bo^c 102 RIVER BANK, CALIFORNIA USE THE WANT ADS Hutchison family To Arizona Mrs. D. C. Hutchison was expected to leave TuttSoh, Att'2., this week Monday fbf- hortie. Af-> ter hor arrival the Hutdhi^ttHS Will vacate their home, and Mr. Htitchison will live with HIS hiother. Mrs. Hutchison will return to Tucson to care for the daughter Joan, afflicted with arthritis. The daughter Nancy. Shortly to bo graduated from high school hore, will spend the sum- ftief at Tucson, but will enter college in September, perhaps the University of Arizona at Tucson. Mr, Hutchison will make frequent vteits with the family. Joan will require a long course of treatment. Old Storm Lake Friend Killed Whiilemore—The Sunday radio carried the news that George Miller, (i(i, Storm Lake, had becin killed in his privately owned plane. Mrs. Frank Eisele lived at the Miller home during ten vents When she taught in Storm Lake, and shu left at once for the Miller homo. Mrs. Eisele was joined by Mr. Eisele Wednesday, and after the funeral on that day they expected to return home. Haiilesnake Roundup ; In an effort to rid Madison 'county of rattlesnakes, the Sportsmen's club there will hold a snake; drive in the near future and award prizes to the teams bringing in the most rattlers. VOTEFOR Democratic Candidate For Kossuth Supervisor First District -Kossuth resident and taxpayer <25 years. -Irvinglon Twp. resident, centrally located. -Pledged io efficient and business like handling of job if elected. 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