The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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8-Algeno Oct.) Upper Dei MofnM Thursday Sept. 28, f 96f Dedicate Flag A family gathering far the dedication of a new 50-star flag in memory of the late, Mrs. Ben Potter was held Sept, 24 at the Methodist church, Following the dedication, a family dinner was served at the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoby, in honor of . the , seventy-third birthday of Ben Potter. In attendance 1 , sides the hondred guest, were • Mr. ahd Mrs. Dwight Potter, and Mr. artd.MrsuKonald Potter and family, femnfetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. barrel s-swanson and son, Ayrshire, Mr,, .fend Mrs. Richard Potter and family, Kandiyohi, Minn., Mr. and'Mrs. George Jergens, Jr. and family, Des Moines. Mr. and ,Mrs. Emory Kooker and family, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Yackle anil daughter, Spen- Berdahl and and Marlys Nelsen, Des Moines. Mrs. George Je'rgens, Sr. visited in the afternoon. At ; Church Meeting Those attending the ClB.A. fall rally at Sheldon last week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday were' the Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Fountain, Mrs. L. W. Keith, Mrs. 'Frank Cruiksharik, Ruth Cruikshank and Mrs. Karl Willason.' ; Others who attended the Tuesday meeting were Mrs. Ronald Bitz. Mrs. William Geering, Mrs. L. N v Robinson, Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff,; Ruth, Cross, Mrs. ; John ' Schimmel,' Mrs. Newton Hieter, •,Mrs. George McMahon, Mr. and Mrsi Robert Black, Rev. ,and Mrs. Albert Urch, Mrs.. Deaii Barnes and Roberta Black. cer, Mrs.- Vivian family, Ringsted, Attend Anniversary The fiftieth wedding anniversary 6f Mr, and Mrs. Frank Schurman, Lacoma, was celebrated Sept. 24 and relatives from this area in attendance were Mr, and Mrs. Albert Weishaar, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weishaar and family, .Mr, and Mrs. Ralfjh Stalzef and family, Josephine Heinen,, Leo Heinen, and Mf. and Mrs. Firman Heinen, all of Algona. Mrs. Schurman is a sister of Mrs. Albert Weishaar and Josephine and Leo Heinen. Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Jim Egli, who have moved to St. Paul., were given a farewell dinner at Van's cafe last week Sunday by members ; of their card club. Present were the honorees, Mri ,and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld, Mr. anp, Mrs. Jim Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue.'Mr, and Mrs. Harold Knecht. The Henry Gellen- felds were unable to attend. Mr. HdfloM Slifet Mrs. Jamea Will gave a Thursday, .afternoon •« honoring Her* sister, Mts< 'Don Price', Slou* City,' ;' Quests Were »Mf§. B, J Bradford, ' Mrs. , Duarie Johnson MfS'. James tfohnson r and Mrs Aft Olson. and Mrs. Egli with a gift. ' _—__ Wed IS Years Mr. and Mrs. celebrated their W"ere- presented John. Hopkins fifteenth wed- Honor Birthdays A dinner was . given .Sunday at? Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johann- seri's honoring the birthday of Mr. Johannsen and Gary Schichtl of JBritt. Others in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton, Mr. and'Mrs. Glen Teeter, Bun, Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond Nelson, LuVerne,' Mrs. Florence Schichtl and Mr. and Mrs. Rus- s?ll Cook."' -Mr. ; and Mrs. L. E. Hovey had as dinner guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrsi Ed Hovey, Kenosha, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hovey, Badger. A family dinner was held Sunday ,at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey in Lone Rock at which the afore mentioned guests' were present, also Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey and David,! and Mr. and Mrs; Clarence' • Hovey and • Kathy, Armstrong. "• ( i ding anniversary and were given a party Saturday. evening by members of the family who provided the refreshments. Presen) were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Barbara and Dale Peter Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pqtratz, Mr. and Mrs. David Berklarid, Ferjton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Potratz, Denison and the respective families. . .•••! , Newcomers C^lub Newcomers .club met Sept. 19 at Van's Cafe. .New members present were Mesdames Curtis Ha'ahr.Xaverne Anderson, Tom Cogdall and Dick Schneider. Door .prizes were .won by Lois Auld and Eloise Modrell. The next meeting will be held Oct. 3 and a cancer film will be shown. Hostesses' "will- be Jean Kramer arid Connie Rasmussen. Birthday Hostess. , Mrs. Russell Cook is entertaining her birthday club at dinner Saturday' evening to observe the anniversary of Audrey Frye. In attendance will be Mrs. W. C. McDougall, Mason City, Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mrs, Perry Collins and Mrs. Esther Helberg. Past Matrons Met The. Past Matrons club met Tuesday for a one o'clock lunch- fs 102 ' Mr, and Mrs. Fred Geigel wenl to Monroe, Wis,, Saturday to attend the birthday celebration for a,n uncle of Mr. Geigel, Matt Geigel who has reached the remarkable age of 102 years. Car Wash ' ' FBLA will hold a car- wash, Sept. 30 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Conoco Service Station. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs. John Hopkins entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening, Dr, and Mrs. Karl Hoffman spent from last Thursday till Saturday at Minneapolis, where ;he former attended a Tri-Statt dental meeting. Monday, Dr Hoffman and his assistant, Mavis Anderson, attended the Fort Dodge district dental meeting 1 . A week ago Monday a "meeting of the North Central' dentists ivas held at Mason City and at- .ended by Mavis Anderson, Dr. Leroy .Strohman and his assistant Gloria Jacobsen, Dr. Kevin Nash and his assistant La Vange Crowley, and Dr. N. J. Kelley. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner eon. Joyce Hayden was hostess, lyn Kellner. 'Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann and grandsons, Edward and Dean from Altai Vista, Were visitors here several days last week. Friday they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, accompanied by Mrs. Raphael Faber and daughter Mary Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Bormann are parents, of Mrs. Faber and Mrs. Bormann is a sister of Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kollasch, Norbert. and Carla from Britt, were visitors Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Kollasch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Illg and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner were Sunday visitors with theii daughter and husband, Mr. arid Mrs. Don 'Brofer in ,Fort Dodge. --•Barbara Plathe 'from Des Moines was a visitor here with relatives. Miss Plathe is a sister of Herman and Charles Plathe. The aspirants of .Tomorrow's America, 7th and 8th grade students of St. Joseph's school, held their first, meeting Sept. 22, with .election of officers held. 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