The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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' . * St. Cecelia's Statue Blessed devotions. and Mrs .-'/,"' A new Italian marble slatue of the Blessed Virgin was blessed by Msgr.'P, P. Gearen ai! St. Cecelia's gradle school here .Monday morning. The statue, a memorial to. Mrs Harry Godden Aligona, was presented to the school by members of ,the Gqdderi family ; and, : installed recently n'ear the front entrance to the school. ••''.' ' i , • ; • ' , ' In the pholto above, allof St. Cecelia's students, who later sang'seyerai songs, are grouped around the statue as Msgr. Gearen and Fr. Robert ThieTej 1 left center'(arrow) complete blessing rites. Others in rdbes near the statue are acolytes who as'sisteld in the ceremonies. !(UDM News- f ato-Engraving), ,1 .•'••''• v • v ' ' ' Mrs Chares jRedemske is a pat- lent" at St. Anh hospital. She s£ii- fered a slight stroke seyerai weeks ago and had been confineed to her home. , - , , •. Mrs'Dorothy Arend had surgery Saturday at St. Ann hospital. t>r and Mrs John Schuiier. are vacationing in the south central states. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. have returned from a vacation; bf several weeks in Florida. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson ' were surprised with a party .Saturday evening in • observance. of their fifth wedding anniversary.; •Brent, 13, son of Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson, has been on crutches for a few -days this, week due to a torn ligament in his leg suffered while playing at home. ' i ' • —^-O—i ,• i jj,...^ -,_".^". [Paul Stebritz, Bob Peterson, Ed Farrell and Ed Godfredson, tHf latter of Swea City, attended k gistrict,ni^etfifg!o< th^-AmeriGan; Legion a'fBoohe'.Suri'day. Venidn Fiderlick of Livermore was elected' district vice commander. ' "Eugene Hutchins, Tom Waller, Gary Kelley, Richard Hutchins and Bob Pratt were among Al- gonans attending tfre Drake Relays over the weekend. ' —o—';';-. Mr and Mrs Norman Hahevick and Norman, Jr. of St; Paul;spent the weekend here at the parental Milo Rentz home. They also visited Hans Hanevick at Elmore. —o—!• .• '..Circle ft. of Presbyterian church is meeting Ilhursd4y with ' Mra : A.'F. A'gena- arid; Circle B with .Mr,s;,Ecina Harr'^j'nchanges from previous, announcements. Other circles are "meeting ' with Bertha Pommer and jMrs Tony Sorenseri. Mr and Mrs John Wilson went to Iowa City Wednesday and I T-t i . s.-^\ _- •, ..f-**,_•?!. - " •'day fo^VisiMlieir son, John, Jr. who was initiated into Phi Eta JSigma, -freshman Honorary soc- Setyi;at-cithgi :fc>$te 'University of •Towa'- 1 3:5.'average is -required for membership. John is a 1960 graduate of Algonji high school. Mrs Karl Wiuff has returned from California where she haa been visiting relatives since January and-is again* at the home of -her son-in-law and daughter^ Mr' and Mrs "Al 1 Buchanan. " Mr and Mrs Mike Rentz had word that their son-in-law, Jarhes Ireland had surgery for perferat- ed ulcers April 24 at Monee, 111. He is recovering nicely.'Mrs Ireland is the former Connie Rentz. .—o— . . -'. .. v. June Circle, young mothers o-bupl of the Methodist church; has been divided into two; Circles for the new'' church year. ( Cochairmen are Mrs Robert -Diekman rind Mrs .Clifford Skogstrom and Mrs Leonard Gregg and Mrs Arnold Hill. group home f " of Mrs 'Joseph Skow at Wesley. Co-Hostesses are ACrs Arthur Hi* and Mrs J. K. Lytle. Mrs Leon Martin will give the SO STEP UP THE PERFORMANCE OF YOUR CAR WITH A SPRINGTIME CHANGE-OVER .... NOW I TUNE-UP By experts who have the know • how pnd equipment to do the job RIGHT. COOLING SYSTEM Proper cooling is essential for most efficient summer • time operation. LUBRICATION Expert Chevy lubrication by trained men using recommended mq« isrials. BRING YOUR OLD (OR NEW) BUGGY IN TODAY AND HAVE OUR HIGHLY EFFICIENT MEN GET IT READY Jr$K JH| . MANY MILES AHEAD THIS SUMMER. YOUR CAR WILL LITERALLY JUMP AWAY FROM THE STARTING BLOCKS A^ER A SPRING CHANGEOVER, KOSSUTH MOTOR GO. Southwest of Courthouse "The Home Of OK Guaranteed Used Cars" «*flr*«^^ *ftr«**l$ Mt artd Mffl Craig Smith and Mike and BWare- goiftgHo Iowa City this weekend to visit ,the daughter, Linda, sbphomove fV the State University. Liftda flfi- compalues her sorority's chotus at tne Mother's Day Sing Stirlday and plans also are to attend ,the alumni football game. CorwMesley Junior-Senior Prom Is Held WESLEY — The junior-senior banquet of Cbrwith—Wesley, school was held April 29 at the Algona Country Club followed iy a dance at the school gym. ^here Were 85 present, including ^6 juniors, 33 seniors and II' teachers; ' ' " x ' The thenie was Orchids in tne. Moonlight, Which was'carried put; h program 'and decorations,' At, he dance pavilliori the"'"'walls, vvere 1 covered with lavender and,' white 'crepe paper with : a water*-, fair and' a garden .scene 'with; trellis at one end of the room, /v Tbastmaster was Leanhe Long and response to her welcome'wiBs given by ;Dwight Spangler. Class will by'Diane Discher and Senior prophesy by John Garmari and. Mai-y Will. A girls trio sang, and John Carson gave a talk. Decorating committee members were Barbara Leek, Cheryl Hair, Mtfvis Nygaard and Diane Newbrough. •' '' : '•. '*' ' '•' Death Reported Frieends here have -received word of the death of Mrs G^ry Punke, 21, in a Los Angeles hospital following the birth of a still born son. '•'. Funeral services 'and burial took place in Augusta, Kansas, where Ke~r,< parent's and his mo- ther,-Mrsr LeOne Punke'live. -•'. Gary's-^father, Earrpunke, was killed in world War II and sev- • eral years later Mrs Punke -and children Earline and Gary moy-. ed from Wesley to Augusta, Kari- sas. Qther former Wesleyans living 'iri Augusta are Mr and Mrs 'D. £ Zerbe, former publisher ;ot 'the "' Wesley News-World. .<.;:'.. Area Lady Passes \ ] Mrs Albert Oudekerk, 71, died) Tuesday, April 25 at her farm; home northeast of ,Brjtt folloty- ing a heart attack. She was born August 24', 1889 at Ooswald, Holland; 1 ', She was married there Karen"4, 1910. They came "to America in 1912 going to Kalamazoo, Mich., later to the Wo den and Wesley area. Survivors are her husband, six children; 21 grandchildren; 2 sis ters; 5 great-grandchildren. Services were held Friday af ternoon at the Bethel Baptist church. To Wed Saturday Delores Marie Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs August Stude'ri will become the bride of Jerrold R. • Arndorfer, May 6 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 9 o'clock. A reception will be held in St. Joseph hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Vocal Concert Rosellen Carr of the vocal music department of the Corwith— Wesley schools presented her pupils in a spring concert At>ril 28 in the Corwith auditorium. The Junior high division gave a girls sexette number, girls glee club sang and a mixed chorus sang, accompanied .by Mary Ann Loveless and Miss Carr. Senior high students presented a girls glee club, a boys glee club, a girls sexette and mixed chorus. Accompahis'ts were Larry Funnemark and Jcane Long. Miss Carr will teach primary in Hopkins, Minn, next year. Forty C.D.A. "members attended guest night at Britt Thursday evening. A pot' luck lunch was served followed by a business meeting. Court whist was then played. Mrs Marjoric Becker won second high score prize. Mrs Anna Hirner was lucky winner of prize for longest membership in the Wesley organization. The prizes were lovejy potted blooming geraniums. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet May 4. Kr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family visited their daughter and sister, Sister Carolyn at Cresco. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Mr and Mrs Herman Studer attended a 4th degjec K.C. banquet at Pocahontas Sunday evening. • Mrs Ed Studer and her daugh- ,ter, Mrs Lqrene Mace of Excelsior, 1 Minn, apd Ralph Studer of •Billings',; '.Montana* visited the Ben, J. P. and Emma Studers April 29. ' Joyce Paulson and Judy Gourley of Corwith-Wesley senior class were chosen to appear on the Graduation Sweetheart talent show Sunday over Ft. Dodge TV at 4:30 p.m. Joyce played a piano solo and Judy sang a solo, accompanied by Larry Funnemark. They were sponsored by Wesley Farmers Elevator. Three groups of contestants will appear each Sundyv from this area and first prize will be a trip to Chicago. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen took Kay and Judy Hilbert to Perry April 28 where they entrained' f«r .Qenvej-j gojo. where they Will bo "employed, tlenv- mingsens attended aai alumni ' at Rippey that evening. A family gather Ing waS held Ap'ril 3d in the parental LeU Lickteig home in honb'f bf Mi ticktelg's 67 birthday. 'SIX bf their seven cliildre"n were present with their fancies. They in^ eluded' Ed KenyonS of Whute- more;. Paul Bergers, Ventura; Hugh Lickteigs, Bancroft; Bob HcKteigs, Algona, and the - Al- ber.t and Tom Lickteigs of Wes« ley. Mr and Mrs Lou Lickteigs were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Licitteig at the parish chicKen dinner at St. Patricks Catholic Church at Buffalo Center. Ruth Lickteig and Mary Lickteig accompanied them. All visited Mrs Joe Smith later that evening. The Neighborhood Birthday club will meet May 5 with Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier in honor of her birthday. • Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzlhuhi and family attended a Wfelp family reunion April 30 at the parental Ray Welp home iri Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Don Hixson and family of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at Vitzthums and then all went to Bancroft. A girl was born April 25 to Mr and Mrs Paul Hayerly of Algona at the Britt hospital. Thit is their first child. Mother ' anc. Ihfant were brought to the parental Mrs Clara Haverly home Saturday where they will sp'ena several days. The young miss lias been named Marie Lynn. Everett Attig was transferred last week from Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt to Mercy hospital, Mason City. ' Mrs ' John Paulson joined a group of relatives April 22 in the home of their daughter, Jan> ice, now Mrs David Tegtmeyer in Britt to observe th6 letter's, birthday. iV'LeRoy Ricke was brought home" Thursday from' Mercy hospital, Mason'City, where he had gallbladder surgery. • Donna Bleich of Cedar Falls and Paul 1 Pfeffer of Iowa City spent the weekend in theiir parental homes. ' Beginning Sunday, 'May 7, mas- j ses in St. Josephs Catholic church j will be at 7 and 9 during thej summer months. ' ' ' Holy Name Society is sponsor-; jn'g'a breakfast for women of the! parish May 14, Mothers Day, in the parish hall. ' i The Methodist church will go; on summer schedule May 7 with! Sunday services at 9 a,m, and; Sunday school at 10 a.m. Install- 1 ation of WSCS officers will • be :held May 21, Fred Seefeld donat- 'ed and set out ornamental shrubs and evergreen trees at the church and parsonage grounds last week. £ Mr arid Mrs Luther Nygaard, and Mr and Mrs George Detmer- 'ing accompanied by the women's ftincle Elzie Alexander,'of Humboldt went to Tyler, Minn. ApriJ 28 to attend funeral services for their aunt and sister, Mrs Vern Hedge. Mr end Mrs Charles Jordan and girls from his advanced literature class, who have assisted him in library work during the year at junior high school, went to Vermillion, S. D. April 29 to tour the new library. The girls were Nadine Engcn, Cheryl Jones, Stephanie Bartik, Renalda ,Shulz, Kathy Devine and Elaine Eliason. HOBBY Elaine Raw of rural Hartley has an interest in model railroading ' which has led to a $3,500 hobby. He has 13 locomotives, 125 freight cars and three partially and one complete passenger train. It also contains 880 feet of wire, 300 feet of tubing, which carries air from a compressor to run the engines, and 300 feet of track. GerJber-Girres Nuptials Miss .flirty Gerber, daughter 01 Mf $f\d Mrs Eli Gerber, became tl j> bride of Rohald Girres, all bf .West Berid, Saturday mornirtg, April 8, at S& P^ter and Paul church at' We&t BeWd with the Jttty. L.H. 'Grbivihg officiating. 1 Mrs 1 'Aaron Anliker, sister bi thi 1 " 1 bride;- was • matron of honor, ^liss 1 'CHrofe Girres, the groom's sis'tei ,' was brjdesniaid. '* Flower girl was. Connie Redding, cousin of the groom, and 'Dehnis .B&nwart, cousin of tho ;bHae, carried the rings. Attending 'tne grotfnvwhere his brother, !Gtrry; and Aaroh Anliker, broth- i-.Nn-la\v of ilie bride. 1 Follbwihg the c-eremoy a re- r.-ophoVi' for 226 guests was held •at the home bf the bride's parents. After a wedding trip the opuule w'll make its home oh a farm northeast ot Nora Springs'. sCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS ishing Co., phone CY 4-3535. Pub. Co., Aleona. Thursday, typy 4, Afrona (la.) Upp»f DM Maln<t~7 New Daughter, Police Chief and Mrs. Ail Boe- keiman bccamfc parents of a baby girl April 20. Tlio baby, named janet Sue, weighed 6 Ibs., l^s 02. uit time of birth at St. Ann hospital. The Boekelmans also have three sons. .Since :ast June the Institute o£ Agricultural Medicine, at .Iho S'aife University of 16^8 has C6fi>- ducted detailed investigations of n'L'ftfljr 230 accidents dhVolvihi farm tractors arid oriUnaty veHiO- lt. 3 . ' •• - ••'':•'• ••-••- 11 .' •••-••' '•; WXXX^^ "'" FUNERAL HOMES AT LuVERNE - WESLEY - TITONKA - RENWICK ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne' her Birthday :. ^ v,MOTHER'S v ** RING® Pottnltd e Jon'd» e> UK' feld ilgnify Father and M»lhfc e litlhlten«t« tlgnlfy loch thild Watch Molher'i face light up with joy at the teei this ring lhal'i hert alone . . . telling the precioui >lory of her very awn family! Cold bandi (white or yellow) representing her hv>- band and herielf are joined together by ^he ilone of the month 9! each child . . . a gift ine'U |«9W with jmde, tberjib alwoyil Oon'i delay. Ai ringt art tyjlffm-mode, they muil be or'dered in advance. ' One child $JJ 00 Two children $30.00 Three children $35 00 • lotb ! child $ S 00 T AID IS MOST IMPORTANT FIRST AID before the doctor arrives can mean much. So be sure and keep your home medicine cabinet equipped and ready for action at a moment's notice. The initial treatment of injuries can be, and usually is, very important. 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