The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1962 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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uftt day, 13, Seneca •»-, The Seneca Club entertained their husbanfls a party Tuesday . evening. at -the home of Mrs. Nina Kracht. 500 was played at 5 tables with high ladles nrize going t& Mrs, Clarence Menz low ladle's, Mrs. Cetll Langerfhan men's high, Donald Cronk; low Otto England and Cecil Langer man. Mrs 1 . Nina Kracht won the travel prize. Others in attendance included, Mr. , and Mrs. John Streufeker, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar FiscHer, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pe terseh, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley Mr and Mrs, Everett Witham, alsc Mrs.; Ott6 England, Mrs. Henri etta Thompson, Mrs. Ervin Votte ler, Mrs. Donald Cronk N and Clar ence Menz. Home From Arizona Mr. and Mrs. Elddn Brown re turned home last Saturday: nigh after having spent two weeks 11 Apache Junction,-Ariz., with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown. While there they also visited with former Fenton residents, Mr. a^d Mrs. Albin Nelson; Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Mueller and family and the Bud Gross'. David Looft took care of the farm chores during their absence. Modern Mixers Hostess Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Twelve members present answered roU call by telling what each disliked most about winter. Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Gordon Burt were the honored birthday members. Mrs. Everett Witham was remembered with a 50th anniversary gift by her secret sister. Mrs. Wayne Nyman had charge of the entertainment after which the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Ted Jensen will be the April hostess. Mrs. Fred Johannesen, president of the Blakjer Lutheran Church Women, Mrs. Henry Looft and Mrs. Stanley Jensen of Rmgsted attended a conference board meeting held last Tuesday at the ALC church at Buffalo Center. Jerry England and Daryl Berkland spent the weekend in Omaha where they visited With Jerry's sister, there. the Barter break, fte eirls, are member* of the Alpha Celt* Phi Sorority, at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jbhnsott and family of Fentoh spent Monday afternoon at the Irvin Johnson home at Fentori. The occasion marked the p.irthdto atUrirury df Carfdace Vaudt, Mrs. Ervirf Johnson, both with birthdays oft that day. March 5, 61st) Lunette »j6hns*on who observed her 10th birthday, on March 1. Mrs. Lyie England was hostess to the Jolly Jokers club Thursday Afternoon. Substitute guests at 500 included Mrs. Cecil Bailey, Mrs. ted Jensen, and Mrs. Her bert Krause; Members present m eluded Mrs. Joe Crowley, Mrs. Roy Kllen, ,Mrs. Clarence Menz, and the hostess for the day, Mrs. England. Ladies Aid At Lone Rock to ." . » were made 'fo>, ard party of•""" o be Mar. 16 meeting will; »~ -.,with the Legion Apfil |,| 1C V ' V AU4VVI** •• •— — -• If Mary who is a student ieio. Ann Sargeant of'Ames, a sorority friend of Marilyn Johannesen spent the weekend at the Johan nesen home, and returned to Amei with her Monday - morning after 4 Fenton Church Circles Meet In Past Week Fentoti — -Marlys Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Thursday afternoon at the home ,of Mrs Rex Wolfe with Mrs. Ernest Ruske assisting hostess.' Nineteen members answered roll : call. Mrs Donald Shaw led the devotions ahd Mrs. Fred Mortenson presented the lesson. Final plans were discussed for the Mother-Daughter banquet. : ' i Virginia Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Thursday, afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lester Weisbrod with Mrs. Art Voigt as co-hostess. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber led the worship and Mrs. Frank McFall had the program. Mrs. Earl Lufkin presented the meditation. Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod conducted the business meeting- in which final plans were made for the Mother-Daughter banquet. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod was a guest. St. John Lutheran ladies aid met Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Friedrich led the devotions and topic. Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, president, urged all members to attend the World Day of Prayer service at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona, March 9. A committee of four was appointed to investigate the possibility of starting a church library. Mrs. E. H. Dreyer showed slides of her recent European tour. Mrs. Ervin Johnson was a guest and Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Frank Seeley and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt were hostesses The Feflo'wship Circle of ;the Depew. Lutheran church me Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Al bert Mitchell. Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke led-the worship and Mrs. Robert Burkgren conducted the lesson Mrs Louis Weisbrod was aguest Lone Rock — The Ladies Aid Society of Immanuel Lutheran chuvch, Letts Creeki met Mar. 2. Rev. Arnold Vetoing opened the 'meeting with devbtlons. A committee was appointed to purchase drapes for the pastor's study and rugs Tor the entry and pastor'i study. A committee 'was appointee to check oh the installatibn of «» telephone in the church. The Pastoral Conference of the Algona Circuit-will meet at Lotts Creek Mar. 13. The aid will Serve the noon : meal. • The Lotts Creek Aid will spon sor a Father-Son banquet this spring. The next -meeting will be April 13 as guest day. The hos tesses for: this meeting were Mrs __... * ._ 1***^' Lij»i-J ^t»t . «v>r1 HiTt*C? UDM Classified^ PHY DJvidendi Klatt, Fentofi, •»•••— ~-—„der and Art S6hroeder< Algona They came to celebrate Mfs, Dale Schroeder's birthday.' F , Thursday morning coffee, guests of Mrs. bale Sehroeder were Mrs. **** * *^ - ^t ( ^ T H.v3ft* « 1 «oi>a, *!?e, nm^i . Clair Bolllriger and. Marilyn, -7-, . , Mrs. Woodrow fettit and Mrs, ''ih^'A.vM'lllell . arlan Blanchard visfted their mother Saturday at .the JLaurltsett • ' . ursing Home In Estherville. • DIRECTORY *a Institute held at Concbrdia College J Clrtles Meet', ', > . •» - , UPW. circles-of the,tbne',Rock church Wilt meetMaf* IS. Lenore circle will nieet wlth'Neva TKbiflp- son, with Mrs, JValte* fho;mpS6n assisting. Ruth - cifcle -will nteet with Mrs. Robert' t*ortney and. Mrs. Albert Shaser asslstirig.;Co- een circle will meet ih thtS. evening at Mrs. Robert Ma,rktys, with Wrs. Jim Marlow assisting. JBryan Meyer, Algotia, has been visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Krueger, a few days this < week. Tuesday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroe- UiSUlK j.iA/n«* *•• •"*»*»«« »T. 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