The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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(la) Upp«r Ox ftUlw , June if 61 FLOOR PUN Sharon Dorsey Of Seneca Is Shower Honoree Seneca -i- Sharon' Dorsey was ; feted lat a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the Seneca school. Carol, Johannesen regis: tered the guests and Mrs. Alfred Petersen was mistress of ceremonies. The honored guest, her mother, Mrs. William Dorsey, Marjorie Arnold and Sharon Friermuth , were presented corsages. • •;' The program began with a game which Rennee Votteler pre* sentedj a vocal selection, accom- paning] herself, on a guitar. The program closed with another 4uiz game after which the honored guest was invited to open her •gifts. § Assisting her, iwere s Sharon Friermustb,. , Mariorie ,A r n q 1 d, Ka'ren Benk arid' Marian Gardner.' Mrs. Harvey Graham presided at the silver service,. Hostesses included Mrs. Clarence> Meoz, Mrs. Elmer Hanhjsph, Mis. Alfred Petersen, Mrs; Laurence Johannesen, Mrs. John Jphannesen Mrs. Fred Johanneserii-Mrs. Mar-tin Wilterg, Mrs.; Henry Looff Mrs. Russell Kavjffriian, Mrs. Donald Cronk, Mrs.'< Larry Menz, Mrs. Carl Nielsen, Mrs, Raymond Gardner, Mrs. Lewis Breese, Mrs. Oscar Patterson, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Paul J Hassel, Mrs. Everett Witham,' Mrs, Herman Gabel, Mrs. Virgil Gardner, Kathryn Johanricsen and Mrs. Dennis Bretenfield. MisS Dorsey was feted 'at' a shower at the Guild hall, Swea City, Monday evening. Mrs. Roy Kluger had charge of the program which began with devotions by Mrs. Dettmer Thompson. A trio, Mrs. Jean Lium, Mrs. Tom Preston and Mrs. Lowell Larson sang, after which Mrs. Elmer Franks presented a musical quiz. Readings were presented by Mrs. Gene Thompson and Mrs. Roy Kluger. Twila Pluver sang, after which Mrs. Lowell Larson gave a closing prayer. The honored guest was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs George Wolf, Jr. and Mrs. Dennis Brietenfeld. Mrs. Willium No Disposition Of Old Church No disposition has been made of the old Presbyterian church. occupies a corner lot; and the real estate also includes a house to the east of the church which had been used for educational end Sunday, School classrooms. It is believed the property will eventually, be disposed of. < The manse occupied by the pastor and family is just south of ,the church, on State Street, and."is likely to remain in church possession. Knoner served, punch and Mrs, Harvey Graham presided at tht coffee service. > , , . Hostesses 'included Mesdame* Orville Miller, John Ericksen, Ervin Link,; Selmer Uhr, Dettmar Thompson,; Don Gerdesj Glenn Clarkj Eldon Link, Georgd Wolf, ; Jr., Lowell Larson; Wlllisni Barger, Eunice Sanders, Chauncey Waterbury-, -Raymond Johnson/Tom Preston, Virgil Jensen, Rby ! « KlugeVj ' 'Blnier' i Franks; Gladys Hanson •'•«$ jMrs, E Sanj uink. Miss Dorsey's marriage to Lar•y jClausehj o^ Kingsley was 1 solemnized 1 Satin-day, June., 17, at the Baptist church at Swea City. i i i ' ' - ! i At Lone Rock . Lone Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer were hosts to a shower held for Janice Wallace of Delavan, Minn, Sunday in thek home. Miss Wallace .will be married to Harold Angus, Jr., 01 Algona. Guests at the shower were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, Sr. of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Delmai Angus of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Angus of Burt, Mr. and Mrs Gerald Angus of Bancroft, Mrs. R. Cruikshank of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. John McNeill, Mr. and Mrs. J. Huisten of Amboy, Minn. Will Ricker of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Drown and family of Curlew, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geibel of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. (•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I \ To The Members of the First Presbyterian Church You Can Be Proud Of Such A Beautiful Church In Which To Worship. PRATT & LAMBERT PAINT furnished by CARSON'S for Color Dean Faust of Kanawha, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wallace of Britt. The Burt Bombers 4-H Cljjib held -a picnic at Iowa Lake recently, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bter- stedt and family o!f Lone Rdck attended. A farewelll get-together for Dick Bierle was held at the Ray Bierle home at Lakota.' Those present, were Mr.'Urid Mrs. Ray Bierle, Mr. and Mrs. Roger PjuV mer, the Paul Bernhards, Jerry' Bormanns, JoAnn Lufkin ano; Mrs. Alice Bierle iand Dick, and; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Bierstedt. Alex 'Donavan 'df Ferndale. Wash., is visiting in the Waller Thompson; Ralph Thompson ano Neva Thompson home for a few. days, : Lucille circle of the Presbyterian church met in the Waltei Thompson home with 1,'4- inem-i bers present.! Mrs. , ^ A ji r d r e w> Thompson was the 'assisting hostess. Mr. Ed Blanchard presented the lesson. ••* \ Mr. and Mrs. Donald KneedW and familyrwere- weekend- quests' iri ( the Justing Berhow home ' at Kiester,' Minn.' • • • : ; Mr. and Mrs. Gersten' Witt ano Sandra s of Pueblo, Colo, and'Mrs. Andrew Petersen-and Ruth Krue- gev we're recent guests in. the P. M., Christenson home. • ' Mrs, Mary-Potter arid daughter •Rtith pi 'Pueblo.'Colo, were i^is-i itors in the AricfreV Petersen home in Galva.'Mrs. Potter and Ruth and Mrs. Andrew Petersen and .Ruth Krueger- were Thursday guests in the P. M. Chrjsten- sen home. 4 . •Mrs! Maurice Weisbrod and Cheryl attended a shower foi Pamela Weisbrod last Friday evening at the Methodist church in Fenton. . "Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt attended the Dreyer-Juhl wedding at Depew Sunday'evening 'Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and girls visited in the Floyd Salisbury home near. Fenton Wednesday. . , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallbauer visited in the Art Zumach home Sunday evening. Janice Zumach was home, also. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit and Gail, Mrs, Ralph Riedel and Mrs Margaret Householder visited in the Frank Stewart home and Mrs. John McGowan in Cedar Rapids. They visited with Mrs T. E. McGowan, who is in a nursing home in Cedar Rapids Wednesday and Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter "$,"!* were Monday eve) the William BoettclL. „«.„, They celebrated the, birthday ot Mr. Softener. .rrf.." 1 Mr.. an4 Mfs. Art priebe! <Sii< boys left for Phoenl*,, Ajia where they will visit Iri tfte Refbi ert Chestflutwood home. • I Mrs. Maude Blanchard was { Thursday siippef guest in" thl Harlan Blancihard home. f Jonathan Blanchard celebrated his 6th birthday Thursday. Guests present to help him ceie brate were Cindy Blanchard. Barry Priebe, Sheri Newbrdtigii and Joy Kraft. Mrs. Woodrow Pettit and Mrs. Fritz NeWbrough were also guests. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and children of OttOsen are spending a few days in the Maude Blanchard' home. ' ; Kathy Blanchard of Mason City, daughter of the Gordon Blanchards, is spending a week in the Jesse Blanchard home. Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Tiete were Sunday guests in the Arch Mathers home. They celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Mathers. Mr. and Mrs; Ortwin Tietz were Friday evening guests in the Reinold Ostwald home in Whittemore they celebrated tht birthday of Mr. Ostwald. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Dreyer were Thursday evening supper guests in the Arno Juhl home; Mr. and Mrs; David Dreyer visited Over the Weekend irt ! the Duane Dreyer home at Sioux City. Mr, .and Mrs; Robert Baxter were Thursday guests in the l^s- lie Baxter home. | ftuss Harris, who is in charge of the Whitlemore sewage disposal plant, attended a three-da^ state water pollution control conference at Okoboji last week, Over 75 members of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. Can Ostwald held a reunion at Urc Fenton park. Sunday with $ picnic*' dinner 'at noon. Mrs. M. R. Hurler, Elkader has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ' " ' Install New C.D.A. Officers At Whittemore ! Whittemore — The 1961-'62 officers for C.D.A, were installed Thursday evening. ,[ Mrs. Hilda Nemmers, district deputy from Bancroft, was the nstalling officer. She was accompanied by Colette Kockjer also of Bancroft. Mrs. Esther Mergen of Whittemore assisted he local officers hi the ceremony as pianist. ' Plans were made for family picnic to be : held' July 4 'and for entertaining ;lhe Algona court Tune 28. Entertainment folldwjed the installation. Lunch was served. Serving on the committee wi re Anna Bormann, Inez Eis«le Beryl Bisenius, Florence Farn 11. •y Gengjef, Herlinda Kirsj h, tier Walters, Geneva Elba-t Gorman Lane, Donna Mueller, Katheryn Spurgeon and Jos'e- phine Dahlhauser. > New Arrivals : A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steier June 8 in Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg. They now have three boys and cine girl. i A son was born to Dr. and Mrs. James Devine June l.'iri California. They now have three boys and two girls. ;• A daughter was born to Mr, and., Mrs. Leo Waldsehmitt June 10 in Omaha. This is their first child ; A daughter was born June;.17 to Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Oppegard in the hospital in Albert Lea. They now have two glrl3 and a boy. : . A daughter was born to ^JDr and,Mrs. Patrick Meekin in Minneapolis June 9. They have one other child, f. A daughter was born Junjj 6 in Twas City, Mich., to Mr. anc Mrs. Dick Leu. This is their first child. ( mund . o'Brien, for " the month. Mrs. Bernice Barry of Mapleton and her son, Bernard, a senior at Creighlon University, Oma« ha, * visited at the home of her sister Mrs. Edmund O'Brien and family Thursday and Friday. ttev. Francis Phelan of Eagle Grove visited at the Edmund O'Brien home Sunday. *A number of relatives of &a and Mrs. Gerald Oliom of At , gona helped Mrs. Ollom celebrate her birthday Tuesday evening; Present were 'Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and sons, Mr. and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs, Pearl Hanson -and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl and Kay Frances Whittemore, Rosella Voigt ano William Johnson of Aigona. -A combined celebration was held at the Arthur Heidenwith home Fathers Day with a dinner for the families of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Helen Douglas Oppegard of Albert Lea Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers and September Sue, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and Lyle and Dorothy Ros-: endahl, Daniel and Kay Frances and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer; and son Roger of here, Mr. ana Mrs. Lloyd Walker were also pleasantly surprised on their 25th wedding anniversary at her parents home. Mr. 'Meyer and Mrs Rosendanl were their attendants 25 years ago. Afternoon luncheon guests .were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. * Yoi& Mr. «ad Mrs, CfewM Oikwfl wttl Itosuill Voltf. Dufijfcy, Mr, *nd Mm »vwvtn« «*«*« \V6Ws Mft' and nl« Meyer. , 'Er. Congratulations, Pres AS YOU PASS THROUGH THESE DOORS ... YOU'LL SEE OUR EFFORTS TO HELP MAKE YOUR CHURCH AS,BEAUTIFUL AS IT IS. YOU MAY WELL BE PROUD OF IT. i . . > "- t\ • i « * t 11 I { , ! i J i 5 J ; CI H ! f « } ) i J M l « CM J * , , • 5 i '• , , .; I t ,j . > , PAINTING AND DECORATING BY CLIPPING PRQUDv TO ,SAVI , • The carpetingnh • byterian Church was furnished by Read's ture. The members may weltnb f ," * ' f '• ' • (' flf Ji "<J ^i # • fine - new Edifice as it is '^JSJ* Best Wishes! * t?f Read RUCTION ' - ' '' ' ' ' '-' : ' '* "' . . , by Beck & Fisher CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS CliARUKi,IOWA •",'• *• - • , ' " • We Are Geniiinaly Iroud W The First Presbyteriaii Church and )he pert we bed In the construction To All Members We Send You Our CONGRATULATIONS

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