The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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' t »* ,- ',*-? *1 I ( (la.) Utftt D*l Moln« Thursday, ^dtt*M 9, 1961 Smiths Honored Sunday (tany persons attended th Sen -weddiftg anniversary 6 ',- rfa.J' *fjx '"f* 1 - t* d*»Uu rf - iftcf, Mf$.'~ttt t ft Smith fi .. i nWhtf herd 'StmdayV, Ai often rhoilae, >ith> {h'&r sen's affd dfGghfeW-irt-laW,' Mr. Slid Mff Craig Smith and Mr. and Mrs Don Smith, Jr., as hosts, was held from 2 to 5 p.m. The open house was followed by a family dinner at fUs 1 , Cdttrftfy CluB. In attendance^ ~we¥«f • the', hanofeei their sons ahdf femili6s 'and Mrs tL R. Cowan, sister of the elder N& Smith, Brfthday tietitted Mrs. Bill Ankenbauer gave i jsarty Oct. 12 after school in Celebration of the sixth birthday of her son Billy. Guests were James Bailey, Douglas Bilyeu Howard Clegg, Randy Ferden. Billy Foth, Richard Haag, Kevin Hensley, Billy Leininger, Duane Sfock, Stanley and Stedmar/ Wbodw'ard, Ernest Youngberg Jeff Zelg'ler and Christine, Danny and 'Dean Coleman, Livermore. Games were played and refreshments served. Honor Miss Deirick A bridal shower was held at St.: Cecelia's Academy hall, Oct. 1 ; 5 .for Bette Detrick, who will be married fb Frank Kern Nov. 11. GahieS were played arid lunch wasi served by the hostesses, Mrs. Clarence Yager and Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Fenton, Mrs..Bob Detrick, WhittemoreV Mrs. Delrhar Kern: Opkl Kern; Mrs. Perry Lowman, Mrs. William Prothman, Mrs. William 1 Detrick and Mrs. William Clegg, all of Algona. Brenda Bonneiie, 1 '* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnette entertained at dinner Saturday evening in honor 'of the first birthday, Oct. 15, of their daughter;. Brenda -Dee. Present were Mr. and Mrs". Harold Petersen, Ronald, Richard and Dennis, Mr and Mrs. • Don Petersen. David arid Steven, Mr. and' Mrs. Bud Petersen and Vickie. In further celebration, the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette and niat6rnal grandmother, Mrs/ Amy Johnson We're dinner guests Monday evening. .._ r Horioted , .'A p£t Iu6k.dinner Was given SiWiday at^Mr. .and ^Mrs. Paul Jgnic's' .for we former's nephew Dkyid' Lee' Kfrig, Kho'xville, who is in service, at Minneapolis and had; a weekend pass. Other guests Werfe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mains and Mr, and Mrs. Don Mains, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mains, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mains and the respective families. Jackie Long, 13 Jackie Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Long, observed her 13th birthday Oct. 6 and was feted at a dinner. Guests included Deanna Brower, Kathy McBride, Darla Carr, Darla Hutchinson, Bonnie Kiilsholrr, and Cindy Schumacher. Following a dinner, the girls attended the Algona-Webster City foot- tall game. Fall Festival Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi enjoyed a Fall Festival Oct. 11 at the home of Marie O'Brien, the theme being Story Book Land. Rushces and Ex- amplar chapter were guests. Hostesses were Marie O'Brien, Dorothy Ziegler, Jan Troulman and Irene Elbcrt. Circuit Dinner The annual Circuit Institute dinner was held Wednesday evening at Trinity Lutheran church About 200 persons attended. Shower Hostesses Mrs. Glenn Chally, Mrs. Elgin Allen and Mrs. Leon Martin are giving a shower Monday evening for Mrs. Art Olson. Stitchers Meet Mrs. Craig Smith entertained her sewing club at a one o'clock luncheon Monday. *dn, Wilbur at Spirit Lake while Mfs. Wilbur Christenseil Hafi -spent thg week, "with-, he* baiid at- Qillitte/WyoV " ,„ Gerald 'Heftfiksin , '<klff., 14 visiting atfhe h6ftie of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marius 1 Henriksen. Sunday; a 'gatherin ' at th£ Henrlkseh home hottore.. Gerald. Present were Mn and Mrs. Clifford Henriksen and Car*- ol', Dr. and Mrs. LeR6y Henrife- sdn and family, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Langerman and family of Swea City and Mr. and Mri. Harvey 'Henriksen and family of F ent'on; Mrs. C. E*. Nielsen is seriously ill in Lincoln, Nebr,. She had a gallstone attack artd ridw h'as complications. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Claire HobnrLof Loredo, Texas, Mr. » and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson- of Fenton and Mrs. Anton Vammen were Sunday dinner guests at "the Peter Thorson home. Sandra Ewing of Le Center, Minn, .spent the weekend at the Harold C. Peterson home. Nancy Pehrson, Armstrong, spent , the weekend at the Vernon Pehrson home. parental Sonja Goefsch Of LuVerne Is Queen —.,. V....J —Sonja Rae Goetsch t daugh'ter of Mr, and Mrs. William' Goetscri, is' a candidate- elect for queen to be :he Homecoming dance to be. held Oct. 20 at Morningside Col- ege, Sioux City. .She was elected by Cirqle K. Fraternity. She is a senior in major elementary education. , She is now student teaching at the Hunt school in Sioux City, she is also night girl and switch- Doard operator at Demmitt Hall, 'or her third year, secretary- treasurer of Iowa Student Edu cation Association at Morning side. She works two hours each afternoon at the Communitj House in the city teaching! ' ^Morgan Mr,, and ifimpsdrl metf^nrt^tnWolrf _.„.._... horrt'ato visit.thfeirfformer neigh bor'' Cecil Brown af Oniaha, ,-vls- iting-there,,- • ~ 4 > ** -, ••> 'tfefla' 'vfsitW 'M "Mother," Mrs Mary Shultz, recently/ Mr. and Mrs. William Lee of Morris,'Minri.,, hef*brother, M£' and Jtits. Percy ; Brink, weri' $«§*& Weniftf 'Visitant/,With' Mfs, Olla Godfrey'and Rutfye. ____ ___ . s. . L'ge, Mr,'>' * Brinks and Mrs. ' RINGSTED NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson of Hot Springs, Cal. are visiting at the home of the latfer's sister Mj'S. Cleo Classon here and Mrs Curtis Olson at Fenton. Russell Heerdt, student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, spent the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Marie Heerdt. Mr?. Irvin Baumann ahd Judy of Everett, Wash, are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Irmiter at the home of Mrs Marie Hansen here. She will ql- so visit relatives at Ledyard and Lakota where the Baumaivn's formerly Jived. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Mykiebusi of El Paso, Texas visited several days u\ the homes of relatives here. They visited the Cecil Langerraans, Ltjren and Lloyd Maddens, and Mrs, E,Ua Nelsen At' Fenton they visited at the Joe Madden home. l&rs. Anqie C,hrjst(en$en has re- tiirnfid to her home aftg* sge^d- *..» v ,,,v.,vn, m^ uccasion was ine ing a week at the home of her fifth birthday uf lioger Jghn Dinner Hosts The October meeting of .... LiuVerne Progressive Woman's club was Observed Sunday evening with a dinner at Van's Cafe Algona, with husbands of the members invited guests. Specia Juests were Rev. and Mrs. Alen Rudow, Mr. and Mrs. L. B Shelton, Rhonda Defnien, .LeRoy Johnson. Dr. and Mrs. R. D Braincrd were unable to attend Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Walline, Mr. and Mrs. Jamus Mallory, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Rev. and Mrs. Worthie Usher, Mr. and Mrs Earle Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs Verne Daley, Mr. and Mrs. I. H Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Ma> Patterson. Hostesses were Mrs. Chapman Mrs. Daley, Mrs. Emerald Strand. Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. L, B. Shelton was welcomed as a new member. Nancy Rugg of DCS Moines was a weekend guest of her mother, brother and sisters in the Mr, and Mrs. Victor Baumgartner home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O Miller were visitors in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus, of Des Moines were Sunday guests of their son, the Gerald Ramus family. They brought her brother William Schultz, Livermore after a two week visit. He lives in the Sisson Rest Home Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith and Sharon, their son Mr. and Mrs Wayne Smith of Clear Lake were Sunday visitors of their son and brother, the Jerald Smith fam ily at Eldpra. Jerald was in a recent accident with his new truck and a train five miles fron, Alden. He escaped injury but the new pickup truck was de molishcd. Weekend visitors in the Fran cos Shorey home were her sons LeRoy and Gaylen Witzel. Le- Koy is a teacher at Dysart and Gaylen attends S.C.I, at Cedai falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Bablei of Orangeville, 111., were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. O Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Williarr Marty and Emma Marty. Charles Weber, Morningside College student, Sioux City, was a weekend visitor with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elbert were weekend visitors in Des Moiiu/s. They went to attend the 'Ice Follies." Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown anci granddaughter Patti of Omaha Nebr., visited Saturday and Sunday with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Pergande family. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Cox were dinner guests Saturday in the- hpme of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roger Heiter and boys in H.umboldi, The occasion was the William- Klawitter entered LiitheMn /Hospital Monday for- treatment;!; ' i . The- dbMrdde Sunday. School class was h6st to 1 the Adult Suh^ day School class and their teacher, Mrs. 'Paul Blumer. Deyotidns and lesson, "$&' and Mrs.'JfarrV Naffziger. ? The , t 'entertaii$mertt v was a slide Oil plastic ^ * if tS! pftfyers were*-Mr". ,a JdHrt 5and» Mr. ilj and e) >H5gh fdr men and <. Vos* ? Mrs. :Kate Barton went to Fort Dodg& Sunday to visit her daughter Mft and Mrs. DvWiht Hard- Mfs. Marie Bi-dWn coMull he^'two .weetf, visit with HU, daughter, jthe ri John x Pefgantfff family, Wednesday and returned tocher home at Omaha, Nebr. Mn. 'and Mrs.' Charles Brown and family visited Sunday With' hlS niece the PefgandeS 1 . , , •^ ! ' ' mi.liiti- ifi 1.1 ' " ' ', .Wheft dissloved irt water/ cafr fbon dioxide produced darbdriic' acid. Mrs". Earl Long,* \ Mrfe. Essie ioper, Mrs,, W. .G; Cooler ana PS. Roy, Telford tobk a tfi&Wed- isday, They enjoyed -seeing the autifully colored trees, They *w*ent as far west as Peterson, Stopped at Spencer atid at Spirit Lake they visited at' the Ar- $bie Hansefi home. -T, f if/Rev, and 1 Mr'S, Harold <• Moun« fen 'attended the J Cfialienglfs' Meeting at the 'Peffrl flill hontC at Badger Sunday. ' Merle Holt and Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain attended th« annual Ingham Lake Bible Gamp meeting Tuesday. Mr, Hdlt Was reflected trustee> for ,'a' thf^e- year'term. . ,- (^ ? * Mrs. Magnus Bratland was a Sunday overnight guest at the Shermafl SMftgh home a| Kumttfldf.'^Vi^i -Silbaufh cfle* f Sunday; fel Qwen Mc 'visited ra Solbefg and?6liver Chris- Iffiflqh Sunday. , ' ' ' ( i { • ! • Mr. and . Mrs.\ Kefybit, , Fooler Jeanne Meyer 'and Jamds ^Fowler and Mrs, 'Mark' Fowler* arid Edna of Humboldt wete. all Sunday dinner guests at the Edgar Meyer H8me at Algona. Mr. ali'd Mrs. Carfdll Olson arid' daughters, .were 'Sun'day dinner and stiver -gu*ests at the" torn Oli6n M»me fit Wast' 'Bend; , Mf. a'Ad MiJs, Mike tfdyll cele^ bfafed ' their 1 forty-second wedding anniversary Sunday. Pot luck dinner guests at their, home were, two of .their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Don-' aWiBrandhoijf-and ^famfly of firadgXe'a'tfdMr.-and'Mrs < . Bernard C'dyle* albd family 6f Lu- Verne, " ; Layman's .StiAday; will be OD- strvM Oct..22 ijjff cnWclif. '' '..The Cbfiirefi f tas. Rev. Tyler at themorftinfe session. *° i. I " -, i* i, >- l T«*"* i - $**< *" *»*M •*» ^ ^t* 5 * ***Hlr-t j , """ *-*-;. iWllM'ife^ ,, gto spftwafr. V fL: &' %' itions of f -the:iar g1 * ^ H oW*ilftfi«Jla6ii II;; Sunddy;.. atf thd tended a snfowef i6F CTarol I^fih "irch 1 -at Pocahon-J Meye"rs lat th'e' Franlfe^lSIIftceV of 'dmaH^ tspo'ke' hom%» a! MumboldkMohday eve* ;•> »ifg.j, ; ^^^^l^ r;,\ h ^—• - """^;^ # . 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