The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1962 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 30, 1962
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* Tuesday, January 3d, t962 feS Roll At Lakota Lists 2D Students Lakota — Laktota students with a straight A average for the semester were Albert Becker and • Carolyn Ley. Those with an A are dare Barrett, Charold Barrett, Dean Christ, Carmen Cook, Darrel Clabaugh, Linda Clayton, Roger Neuman and Stanley Tjaden. Those with a B average are Paul Boettcher, Cherryl Anderson, Bonnie Becker, Linda Boettcher, Jeffry Blome, Juanita Cordes, Lorraine Christ, Wayne Cordes, Paul Giel- enfeld, Kent Gerzema, Sally Eic- fiorn, Marsha Krominga, Donna Paulsen, Thomas Neuman, Kurtis Rusher, Marilyn Rippentrop, Marvin Rippentrop, Pat Tjaden, Linda Wirtjes. Shower Honoree Darlene Stroebel was honored .With a shower Sunday afternoon, Jan. 21, at St. Paul's Lutheran! parish hall. The program was a nounced by Mrs Kennth Aukes. Devotions were given by Rev Meinecke. Paula Apka gave reading, Rita Kay Weringa, ac companied by Carolyn Ley san{ Games were played, after whic Mrs Roger Aukes gave a reading The bride-to-be was assisted in opening her many lovely and use ful gifts by Mildred Spear, Ver clean Anderson and Jane Blome Mrs Carl Maayer and Mrs Pau Koppen poured coffee. Hostesses were Mrs Richard Garrett, Mrs Arnold Harels, Mrs Robert Ogren, Mrs Vincent Miller, Mrs Roger Aukes, Mrs Kenneth Aukes, Mrs Herman Weringa, Rita Kay Weringa, Paula Sandra Hoppen. Apka and Wed 60 Years Mr and Mrs Richard Zielske will be honored on their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday, Feb. 4 at St. Paul's Lutheran parish hall from 2 to 5 p.m. All friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. No other invitations will be sent. The event is sponsored by their children and their families. Elect Officers New officers were elected at the Library board meeting held Wednesday afternoon to serve for two years. They are: president, Irene Anderson; secretary - treasurer, Olga Wortman; and librarian, Viola Huettner. Board members for 1962 are: Chairman. Irene Anderson, Viola Huettner, Alice Murray, Darlene Geilenfeld, Olga Wortman, Lena Gutknecht, John Cook, W. E. Ley and Robert Hamilton. Circle Meetings The Circles of the Presbyterian church met Jan. 25. The Miriam circle met at the home of Mrs Frauke Schadendorf, with Mrs Andrew Jansen, co-hostess. Devotions iyen by Mrs Russell Winter and lesson by Mrs Irvi Wortman. Mary Circle met at the home of Mrs Robert Beemer. Devotions were given by Audrey Ruby. Mrs Irvin Wortman gave the lesson. An article from Concern was given by Mrs Don Boyd. Esther eircic met at the home of Mrs W. E. Ley. Devotions wen given by Mrs Vernon Smith and the lesson by Mrs Jerry Heetland. Mrs H. H. Murray gave an article. SUnday visitors at the John A Dorenbush home were Mr and Mr Harlan Hertzke and. sons of Buff al Center and Arlo Dorenbush o Boone. Sunday evening visitors at the Michael Christ, St. home were Rosemary Christ and Don Frishie of Scarville. Mr and Mrs .Harold Koppen am Dean, Martin Becker and Terry were Sunday supper guests at the Thomas Thompson home. Friday evening visitors at the Russell Winter home were Mr anc Mrs Arlowe Blome and family of Bancroft J. E. Ukena attended an International Harvester dealers meeting at Chicago Jan. 22 and 23. Mrs Ray Krominga, Paula, Terry and Melaine were Sunday visitors at the Fred Korte home at Britt. The Aggressive Lads 4-H Club met Monday evening at the local school. Lunch was served by Mrs Raymond Becker and Mrs Nick Thomsen. Guests at a quilting and coffee party at the home of Mrs Henry darken Tuesday were Mrs Junior Poppe, Mrs Ahrend Hans, Mrs Louis Price, Mrs Tena Price, Mrs Wayne Gardner, Mrs Gus Koppen Mrs Don darken,'Mrs Al Dudding and Mrs Ray Becker. Recent dinner guests at the Ru: sell Winter home to help Russe celebrate a birthday were Mr Edna Winter, David and Jim. Cy Paulson returned home las Friday after spending severa weeks at University hospital i^^W^^^^W^^^W^*^*" "^ Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes The John Altmans, Bob Altmatis John Altmans Jr., Merlyn Altmans and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lemkee drove to Minneapolis, Friday, to attend the wedding of Eldon Altman and Miss Hanson on Saturday morning Sept. 27^ Mrs. Elmer Dole drove to Iowa City Wednesday to spend some time with their daughter and family, the Joe Birds. The Birds leave Feb. 1 for California for their future home, where Dr. Bird has a position in a government hospital as a Doctor of Psychology, laving completed his course of study at University of Iowa. Dick Becker of Albuquerque, New Mexico, spent several days ast week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beck- Iowa City. He is now at the home of his daughter in Bancroft. The men of St. Paul's Lutheran church met for their regular mon :hly meeting on Wednesday, Jan 17 at 7:30 p.m. Servers were Paul Nitz, Dr. P. C. Geilenfeldt, Wm 31ome and Clayton Heluick. Devo:ions and topic were given by the >astor. Cub Scouts held their monthly pack meeting Thursday evening with Cubmaster Bill Hanken in harge. Den 2 won the plaque for laving the most Cubs present. Each Den put on a skit. Pins and wards were then handed out to those scouts who had accomplished 1 of their particular achievements. Lunch was served by Den 2. Merry Mixers Birthday Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs John Rolfsema. Attending were Mrs Ray'Becker, Mrs David Pattersen, Mrs Rufus Olthoff, Mrs Louis Price, Mrs Donald Kollasch, Mrs Arnold Becker, Mrs Harold Olthoff and Mildred Edwards. Mr and Mrs Dale Patterson anc Steven spent Sunday at the home .of Mr and Mrs Henry Pregnitz at Xanawha. Wednesday visitors at the home of Hannah Heetland were Mr and Mrs John Tjarks of Titonka. Supt. and Mrs John W. Cook and barmen were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Glenn Spike at Evanston. Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow and Jarbara and Mr and Mrs Ray 5ecker and Roger attended a card >arty Friday evening at the Duane vlurphy home at Blue Earth, Minn. Sunday evening guests at the Dean Meyer home to help Dean celebrate a birthday were Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels, Mr and Mrs raig Meyer and Nancy, Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mr and Mrs Andrew Karels and Alice. Connie Hatten Of Bancroft Is Wed. Jan. 17 Connie Rose Hatten, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Hatten, Ban croft, and Gerald D. Reimers, son Don Cook, David Ley and Rogei Brack are spending their between semester vacations from Bucm Vista College at Storm Lake a the parental John W. Cook, W. D Ley and Wilson Brack homes. A Pot Luck dinner held Friday at the Legion Hall was attended by about 35 people from the Lcdyard, Lincoln and Ramsay Township Hornemakcrs and their families. Don Stark, Algona, Farm Bureau Insurance agent, spoke. Mrs Burdene Hocppner gave a short talk on taxes. Ed Huettner of Snohomish, Wash, is visiting his brother, Fred Huettner and family, for several weeks. of Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers, Fenton, were married in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft Jan. 17 at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Maurice Krause officiated at the double ring ceremony and the junior class sang the nuptial high mass. The bride was attired in a floor- ength gown of scalloped lace over net and taffeta. The scalloped neck- ine was bedecked with sequins and seed pearls and the long, tapered .leaves ended in a point at the wrists. Her finger-tip veil was at- ached to a crown of crystal and earls. She carried red roses on a ern background. Attendants at the wedding were larcita Hatten, maid of honor, hirley Hatten, bridesmaid, Ger- Id Geitzenauer, best man, Robrt Loss, groomsman, and Tom •latten and Marvin Bollinger, shers. A reception for 100 guests was eld immediately following the ceremony in the Legion club ooms at Bancroft. Following a one-week wedding trip to southern states, the newlyweds are residing at Bancroft. The bride is a 1960 graduate of St. John's high school, Bancroft, and has been employed at Welp's Hatchery. The groom graduated from Fenton high school in 1956 and is employed by Everds Bros. Const. Co. Bend Golden Anniversary Sunday, January 21, marked the observance of the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr.' and Mrs. Ed Stattelman of West Bend. The day began with a High Mass of thanksgiving at seven o'clock, with the Reverend L. F. Greving as celebrant. At noon a dinner was served to the immediate family and a few close friends in Sts'. Pet^r and Paul Parish hall. A reception" followed in the afternoon from two ;o four o'clock, with more than 300 guests extending best wishes. Mrs. Roman Mikes of Algona, and Mrs. C. L. Girres of West Bend presided at the" coffee services; Mrs. Roy Kenne of West Jend and Mrs. Clarence Bauer, of Oltosen served the punch,' and •Irs. .Al Wirtz assisted in serving he cake. Miss Sandra Stattelman if Ames presided at the, guest book., Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Algona, was in charge of the reception, and Circle Six of The Catholic Ladies; Aid under the direction of Mrs. Lillian Mertz and Mrs. Elmer Earson prepared the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Stattelman were married by the late Reverend Wm. De La Porte, in St. Michael's church, Wheaton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Stattelman are the parents of five, namely: Isabel, Mrs. Wm. T. Olsen of Wheaton, 111., Edwin, at home, Edward of Mason City, Arthur of Ames, and Leo of Clear Lake. All the children and their families were present for the occasion. Mrs. Leo Casscll was hostess to her sewing club MbndajT evening Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young. wirth are the parents of & daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hosplfc al. Gary Peer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, spent the weekenc here. He is a student at Luther College, Decorah! Judy Gerbcr, nursing student nt Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd derber. , TOMATOES Bill Crilly of Newell recently displayed a ripe tomato that is gro.w- ng in the vine on his back porch. The plant was started from seed ast spring and was taken into the ibuse last fall when cold weather came. Bill Illggins, student at Creigh;on University at Omaha, spent he weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Higgins. —o— ' Lisa Marie, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Doocy, yas baptized Sunday at St. Ceceia's Catholic church. Jess Grnbb was dismissed from >t. Ann hospital Thursday after being a patient there for about ten days with a heart condition. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr. have named their new son John Clarence. He was born Jan. Ifi at St. Ann hospital and weighed 9 pounds and 2 ounces. United Presbyterian Women will have itheir general meeting Thursday. A dessert luncheon will be served at 1:30. The topic is in charge of Circle D, Mrs. Wesley Schultz, chairman, and Mrs. A. F. Agena will show a film. Mrs. Frank Storting was hostess to her canasta club Monday afternoon. Eight Specs card'dub will meet Wednesday evening with Mrs. Lester Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Oflte Hobson. Mrs. Homer Limlhorst was dismissed from St. Ann hospital over the weekend. Mr. Lindhprst remains a patient there. , ,.i WSCS of the Methodist church will have their February luncheon Thursday. Guest speaker will b& Sonia Rozo, Bogota, Colombiaj exchange student at the local high school. ;. ' - •. • '' —o— " Cadcttcs, girls' drill team Of Algona high school, went to Webster City Saturday night to perform at half-time of the Webster City-Al- »ona basketball game. Mrs. Merle VIoxley is director. directbrs, sang and Mrs. Paul Me- NeUl was recognized as January Youth Club mother-tif-the-iadflth. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf arc vacationing at Lake Worth, F la. Art Wiese is home after seven months as an electrician at Tulle Au* Force Base in Greenland. Mrs. Wieae went to Minneapolis to meet him last Tuesday and they spent a few days at Blair with their son- in-law and daughter before returning here. Boy Scout Troop number 70 spent the weekend of Jan. 21 at winter Scout camp at Lake Okobor ji. The temperature fell to 28 below zero, but the boys reported a good time. Lyle Riediriger, Don Jorgenson and Curtis Haahr were adult leaders accompanying the group. , Members of, the board of trustees of the Methodist church visited churches in Hampton and Mason City last Monday., Alaking Lhe trip were Louis Kelley, Jens Sorehson,' John Hayes, Dr. John Schutter, Vic Parsons, Wes Bart- !ett, Don Nelson and Rev. Newton Coiighenour. Relatives and friends from a distance attending funeral services for Mrs. Kate Annis Friday included Mrs. Russell Frink, Washington, Robert A. Frink, Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rist, Eu Claire, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchet, Wall Lake, Lora Shipley and Lou Bassett of Sheldon. ance John Hood, student at Notre Dame University at South Bend ~nd. t spent the between semester vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ,Hood. He arrived Friday, and was to be back today (Tuesday). Wycoff of DCS Moines, fi- of Connie Hall, spent tho weekend here at the Gordon Hall home. Miss Hall, who attended Cornell College, is' now at home and employed at the local A.S.C. office. • " ' Presbyterians observed Youth Sunday Jan. 28. Gary Colwell and Kay Agena gave the sermon and Carol Sue Etherington, Bob Hoi- comb, David Agena, Marilyn Skow, Dianne Malueg, Kenneth Richter and Susan Hemmingsen conducted other parts of the service .The youth choirs, Mrs. Myron Brower and Mrs. Fred Geigei, Goodwill Truck The Goodwill Truck from Sioux lity will be in Whittemore, Feb. 13, for pickup purposes of clothing, shoes, toys, etc. For those who cannot make other arrangements, call Mary E. Stainbrook, 8-3213, and she will pickup before the iruck arrives. RARITY A rarity in plants is in bloom at the Orville Krecklow home in :{ed Oak. It's an amaryllis with four blooms on a single stalk. Nor- •nully, an amaryllis has only two blooms per stalk. CHECK YOUR ICINE CHEST FOR THOSE JCOLD AND FLU "FIRST AID" SUPPLIES Charles Goche Shower Honoree At Bancroft Bancroft — A shower honoring Charlene Goche was held Sunday afternoon in St. John's hall. Miss Goche will be. married Feb. 10 to Maurice Elsbecker. Kenneth Bergman and Bob Wilhelmi returned home Friday after ft three week vacation in flie South, They visited with relatives oi Bob's and at the. Joe Dbnahues, former Bancroft residents noW living In Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Con Schilta recently returned after several days in St, Joseph's hospital, Mankato, Patients at Holy Family hbS* pital are Mrs. Henry Menke, Mrs, Alfred Johnson, Jean Bollig, Geov Fangmart. ' Mrs. Jujius Bollig fell at her home recently, 'injuring-her head and cutting her face. She was alsb bruised on the body. Kenneth, Roy, Chas. McGuire and Cletus Dorr spent a few days with friends in S. D. Leader Training Leader training on "Line, Design, and Color" in the home wdll be given by Avis LettoW, county extension home economist on Feb.- ruary 5-6 at 1:30 p.m. at the Extension Office. The Extension Family Living Committee presented "Tomorrow is a Day" — a play on understanding our children. Members of the cast were Mrs. Everett- Hanna, Lorte Rock] Mrs. J. B. Asa, Algona; Mrs. Robert Boleneus, Wesley; Mrs. Evan Routh, Lone Rock and Avis Lettow, county extension home economist. Men's Chorus St. John's University Men's Chorus, from Cdllegeville, Minn., will present a formal concert as part of their annual tour, at Emmetsburg Catholic high school, Feb. 5. The concert will start at 8 p.m. The program will include 16th and 17th century numbers as well as contemporary music and special numbers. INSURANCE INCIDENTS" XT- FILING CABINETS, 2. 3. 4 drawer, also combination fil- ing-slorage cabinets in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Cold Tablets Sprays ' Mentholatum Aspirin Analgesic Balm Electric Vaporizers Hot Water Bottles Cough Syrup Nose Drops Cough Drops Gargle Electric Heating Pads Inhalants Vitamins And when the doctor calls - BRING US YOUR PRESCRIPTION for prompt, accurate compounding. 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