The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1962
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8«At06fia (la.) Upper DM Mofnw Tuesday, April 24, Mrs. Clara Pompe spent Basic at Lotts Greek with Mr. and Mrs John Schallin. Claude White has returned from Alden after a visit of a few day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stark had Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. Ar Bergen, Primghar. Mrs. Esther Benson was visite one day last week by Mrs. Lo: Lamb, Estherville. Joyce Riebhoff spent the Eastr holidays with her parents Mr. an Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff. Mrs. Ccicstlne Eisenbarth wa dinner guest Easter of Mr. an Mrs. William Pech, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elbcr were dinner guests Easter of Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Brace, Lon Kock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller re turned Thursday from Brownsville Tex. where they have spent th winter. ' Harriett DeCamp spent the Eas ter holiday visiting with he mother, Mrs. Esther DeCamp anc sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith went to Hardy Friday to visii with the parents, Mr. and Mrs R. H. Smith. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman spent the Easter weekend at La Crosse, Wis. .with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones and sons. Grace McKim, a student at ISU, Ames, spent her Easter vacation • with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McKim. Madonna Gisch, a student at Mankato, Minn., spent her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellefson were visited over the Easter weekend by the latter's daughter, Vida Johnson, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Nauholz spent the Easter weekend at Fairbanks with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chase. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook- were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volt and little son, Vincent, Avoca. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding had as Easter week guests, their daughter, Mrs. John Coleman and her daughters Maureen and Kathleen. Alice Kain of DeKalb, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beringer and Mark were dinner guests of the Mark Stantons Thursday evening. Mrs. Mary Carroll and her son J. M. Carroll were visited over the Easter weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hanson, Flandreau, S. D. Connie Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher, Sr., is in St. Joseph hospital, Sioux City, having suffered a broken ankle when he tripped and fell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rueb had as dinner guests Easter Sunday the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon, and Carol and Ronald Cook, Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenherg returned Sunday from Topeka, Kan., where they spent the weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David August. Mr. anil Mrs. Hubert Marking and daughter Lynn spent Easter weekend witli the latter's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Dodder at Norfolk, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tschcttor Scott and Susan spent last weekend with their respective parents Mrs. Joe Tschetter and Mr. anc! Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell had as guests Palm Sunday the latter's mother, Mrs. 0. G. Day. Clarion, and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart and family, Adel. Tracy I,ee, infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thill, was baptized Sunday at St. Benedict by Father Nicholas Ruba. Sponsors were Linda and Jerry Seiler. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Derm ami went to Fort Dodge Friday and remained over Easter with Mrs. Derrnand's mother, Mrs. Olivia Rammert, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Rammert. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins and Mr. and .Mrs. Ron Taylor were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hutchins of Minneapolis. The son, Mike, spent his Easter vacation here. Mrs. Eva Ueirn, Mary liieser and Joe Bieser, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson of Irvington, attended funeral services last Monday at Fort Dodge for a cousin, Mrs. U. F. Lentsch. Easter guests at the Arthur Gade home were Eunice Gade. Kingsville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lieb, Sheryl and Karen Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Peder.sen Patricia and Mark and Lucille Gade. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs. Arnold Gade, Mr. and Mrs. William Gade and Wiletta Mr. and Mrs. Tom Durophy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heller of New York. Sunday was the birthday of Arthur Gade. Evalon Schlei, Fen ton, To Wed Grinnell Man Wedding vows will be spoken June 10 by Evalon Ann Schlei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei of Fenton, and Samuel Jeorge Brush, son of Mrs. Bessie Brush and Charles Brush, both if Grinnell. The bride-elect attends Iowa state University at Ames. Her iance is a graduate of Iowa State University and is presently affiliated with Sperry Gyroscope n Newport News, Virginia. (UDM "Ingraving) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ford had Mr. nd Mrs. Joe Long and son, Storm ,ake, as Easter Sunday guests. < Mrs. Nettie Haag. was visited ver the Easter weekend by Mr. md Mrs. Walter Chelchowski, jincoln, Neb'. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wctzel and arnily spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges and were oined for dinner by Elnora Pom- se and Gladys Saunders, Water- oo. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hackbarth had as diner guests Easter Mr. and .Mrs. Ray Laabs, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hackbarth md Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hack- iarth. Ronald Tschetter, a student at Jie Western Michigan university ame Saturday from Kalamazoo, lich., to spend his Easter vaca- on with his mother, Mrs. Joe schetter. Mary Ann Cole, student at SCI. edar Falls, spent her Easter va- ation with her parents Mr. and tfrs. Dale Cole. The family wen! o Havelock Easter to be with VTrs. Cole's mother, Mrs. Anna tiein. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weise pent Easter at Spencer with the atter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Hoffrichter. They also spent ome time at Eveny with the arents, Mr. and Mrs. Fern Veisc. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson were isited a week ago Monday by the arents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer hristian, Emmons, Minn., and iece Karen Singelstad, Mankato, linn. The Olsons spent Easter unday with the Christians. Mr. ami Mrs. John Levy were isited a week ago Sunday by Ir. and Mrs. Calvin Brown and erry and Larry, Carpenter. The ohn Levys spent Easter at Ausin, Minn., with the former's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Uochlcau ad as dinner guests Easter Mr. nd Mrs. Louis Ellor, Humboldt, Ir. and Mrs. John Eller, Sr., Mr. nd Mrs. John Eller Jr., Mr. and Irs. Clarence Casey, LuVerne, nd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch had as guests at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Rooney, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kollasch, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs. Joe King, Mr. and Mrs. William Lampright and the respective families. Lloyd Schilmoeller, who attends Universal Trade School at Omaha, Neb., spent the Easter weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller. Other guests at dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, Whittemore. Funeral services were held last Monday at Fort Dodge for Mrs. U. F. Lentsch, and in attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gisch, Mr. and Mrs. William Specht and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Arend. Mr. ami Mrs. Heinic StebriU had as Easter guests Mr. and Mrs Dick Wilhelmi and children, Rock Falls, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Klepper and children, Emm'sts- burg, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Kirsch, Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCamey, Adel. MM, Wlfllam flnstfn has received announcement of the birth Apr. it in the fifltt hospital of a daughter to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Isebrand, Titonka. The infant has been named Karen Ann and weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces. Mrs. Glenn Harms suffered a sprained ankle when she fell on the steps at her home recently. X-rays showed no bones broken. Mr. and Mrs. Verne McCIure were visited over the weekend by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCIure, Thayer. Mrs, C. N. Robinson and Mildred were visited over the weekend by Mr. arid Mrs. Keith Stephen, Ayrshire, and her grandchildren, Marvin and Marilyn Miller, Spring Valley, Minn. With them was a classmate of Marvin's, Susie Ritblado, of North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel were visited last weekend by Mr. and Mrs. fiarl Jordon, Mike, Kevin and Kristy, Des Moines. Other guests this week were Elnora Pompe and Gladys Saunders of Waterloo, who were enroute to Swea City to visit relatives and friends. Mrs, Pfaftk Nftz was ft-patient to the Hely Family hospital thefville ffottvMejMarMg Sunday afternoon, . ' Mr. and Mrs. 4uentin Mardt, Henry and David of Delevan spent Sunday afternoon with his fttother, Mrs, Zilphy Hafdt. ^ Mrs. Lilly Gibson, Eigfetfl District American Legion Auxiliary president was an overnight guest of Mrs. Gus Simonsftieler Tuesday. Mrs. Lillian Brack and Mrs. Walter Miller spent last weekend In Minneapolis With Pftecifla Mil' ler. ' " 4:ltjf Mrs. Harm Steenhafdt and ftiel- ma of Lakota visited Mth Mt&, Zilphy Hardt on Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs, Earl Jofgefistiu' called on Mr, and MfS, CarHfl Egesdal, Jr. and family at Hake 'on Friday afternoon. , ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Gus Slnions'meier were at the James • Burrls home at Bradgate last Sunday afternoon. . . , If, NaBcy Cfittftfiey. ,« * , t6, a U-G6J<Gd wofkan&p, fourteen girls were present, and gifts 1 fdf mother^ Were made. Jean Robitisbtt, gave a demonstration and then we,played. Password. On April 28 we wlll'vfeit Head's fur* filtufe ..slam Mothers are invited. Swine Unit Elects The bbard of directors of the .Kossuth Ceunty Swtee meat Association met April,i^te reorganize theff board and mate plans for the coming year, Hermit Kuecker, West Bend, was elected chairman; Glenn Olson, Armstrong, vice-chairman; and Julius Baas, Aigona, secretary'treasurer, Other directors are Harold Fischer, Swea City; Paul Bewihard, Fenton; Charles Nygaard, WeSley and Pat Bradley, Burt, Thursday thru. Saturday "Flight Of The Lest Balloon"/ ?:oo and 15:00. "Magld Boy" 8i40. Sunday "Walk On The* Side" l:30-3-20r6:3S»7;4S-9!SS, , Mdnda thru Wednesday 7:1(5- 9:2S. , '• " ' ' ' IP IT'S KfEWS, WE WANT ff. Ledycird Auxiliary Compiles History of Unit Ledyard — The American Legion Auxiliary met recently at the Legion hall with the first vice president, Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier in charge of the meeting. Cookies for Woodward are to be brought to the May 1st meeting. The Poppy poster contest is to be carried on as in the past. It was also decided to purchase Sharon Klooster, last year's Girl Stater, an alumni banquet ticket. The history book, which was compiled by the Historian, Mrs. Wilma Mac Kinnon, has been entered in District competition. Pictures for the book were taken by Ray Sorenson. Members are asked to please get the Golden Mike Award ballots mailed to Mrs. Gus Simons- meier at once. They were in the February National News. Mrs. Ida Darnell won the door prize. Mrs. Bernard Reilly is to be the May hostess. Refreshments were served by Mrs. James Sabin. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brand of Hollandale were Wednesday visitors at the Alma Gelhaus home. UNLOADING SPRING DRESSES - COATS - SUITS SELLING STARTS 9 A.M. THURSDAY THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY - APRIL 26TH - 27th — 28th 300 DRESSES Every Spring dress is included - sizes 7-15, 10-20, and 12 T /2-24!/2 . . . every dress NEW since Jan. 1st, 1962. 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