The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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4~A!§eno to.) Upper DM Wdfr»« Thundery, January 17, 1957 UPPER DE.5. AA Q I N £ S OC1C Auxiliary Meeting The Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening, Ada rlaragrove, 1 president in cnargu. It was voted to serve a Legion birthday dinner in March, me women s aux»- aaiy to ao me serving, it was aiso voted to donate *5 to tne pyjio iund. Ivirs Haixlgrove and Mrs Robert Cair, Junior cnanman, were 'cnohtn to attena me conference to oe held feuruaiy d ana 4 ai Jjes Monies. «o decision wat niHde on alternated. it was aisu voted to hold t. joint card party in rebruaiy, ai. ... evtmng pcti iy to enable legion * memoirs to attend. MIS Jonn >otn gave a talk on pending bills in tne legislature wrucn wouid allect the auxiliary. initiation was held and new members are Mrs Ktchard Carr and daughter Sandra, Mrs Harry Herr, Mrs Lawrence Crisch, Leona Smitn and nieces, Sharon ana Uiune Smith. Card Tourney Dinner A Card iournament Dinner L being planned at the Aigona -. Country Club for Sunday, Jan. * 20, at 7 p.m. Reservations must be made not later than jfrmaj * evening, Jan. Itt. Those unable . to aaeud tne dinner can enter tne * competition, however. •" on tne arrangements committee are Delia. Weuer, Mr anu Mrs. Carl Morck, Sr., Mr and Mrs Anay Johnson, Mr and Mrs H. ' M. bmitn, Mr and. Mrs Joe Green berg ana Mr and mrs UiL tituei, as well as members of the tournament committee. They can * be contacted by phone by those wishing to enier competition in bridge, cribbage or canasta. A similar tournament last yeai proved very popular. Plum Creek Club The Plum Creek Woman's club met Wednesday, Jan. 9 with Mrs George Johnson. Roll tall was i answered, by "A Good Book 1 * Have Read." Mrs Glen Gabriel^son of Sextpn gave a review on ""Merry Christmas Mr Baxter.' * Mrs Harry Bode, a charter mern- •", ber was given a handkerchief ^shower in observance of her * birthday. ••• Ihe next meeting will be ^Wednesday, February 13 and u T pot luck supper'will be held in ** the social rooms of St. Thomas w Episcopal church, Mrs Max Gold- ~mah of Titonka will be guest -speaker.' "Engaged To Wed >» Mrs M.' G. Bourne, Mrs H. F. * Fristedi Barbara Haggard, Mrs i: H. W. Pleich, and Mrs George Se* frit are giving a shower Satur* day and luncheon at the Johnson * House for Judy Murtagh whose », engagement and approaching »»marriage' to Richard Thoreson ol "Spirit Lake has been announced. ^ The wedding will take place Feb. «. 3. Both are students at the Uni* yersity of Iowa and will be grad- ^uated in June. Soon after grad- ,;,uation Mr Thoreson will enter * service. '..Guests At Dinner * Mr and Mrs George Harris had 1 t s dinner guests Sunday the lat*"ter's parents, Mr and Mrs John *•• Schulz of Irvington. They also * attended Jhe August Hangs',50th * wedding anniversary Celebration ^ which was held at the Johnsor ^ House. » Driving To Florida "- Mr and Mrs William Dau are Cleaving Friday to spend several t weeks at St. Petersburg, Fla. •*They will live in their trailer*' house. ' Show« Honors Mrs Frank Stebritz and Mi: Homer CiarK gave a nu.scelirUi- eous shower Monday evening, Jan. 1-1, at the idoo*tf hail 10. ami-ley Ltnenagion vvnose marriage to Faul jjicOiuz wui IUK, place January &i. me bnuc- fcitrct is a uc-.agnter 01 Wiman fjineiingtun, ct bioux City an^ tne groom-elect is a s..n of Mi and Mrs t ranK biebnu. ihirty-three gutsis tutendeu the snowcr. Decorations xvtie a wnite briuol umuiena ar.u oinei uecuiaiions were camta out u tne buoes coiots. U.nnes wen played and leireshmenu st-rvtu Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Uera.d t on* t toiiowing tne bapusm ot tneir son William Dean in the Irinity Lutheran churcn at wnich tne Kev. Luther Loesch officiated, bpuu- sors were Mr and Mrs Paul ieg- lund of Beimond. Uiher guests were the cniidren of Uie t'aui iegiunos, Tom, Susie ana Sharon, Mr and Mrs William -Jvick- bush of Webster City ana Mr ana Mrs Kenneth Kickbush. Newcomers Club The Newcomers Club in c i Thursday evening, Jan. iO, ana hostesses were tne newly elect- ea otticers, Mrs JacK bievens, Mr.-, A. W. Koae, MJS KoDtrt i>i*nit;;> and Mrs John Naunoiz. iwi. taDies of briuge and tour of uUu w,ere in piay. Mrs D. W. Shipley won the hign score prize at bridge and Mrs John Koberis won the nign score prize at i>00. Mn> henry l_.ast won the door prize. Riverdale Friendly Club The Riverdale Friendly Club held^ its Christmas party at UK Johnson House. Cards and an ex change of gitts provided the entertainment for the evening. Tht first meeting of the New v Yeai was held at the home of Mary Capesius with Marie Bernau. assisting hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home ol Magdelyne Zeller, Feb. 6th. Estherville Guests *The Westminster' Youth Fellowship of the Presbyterian church at Estherville were hosts to the Aigona group Sunday evening. Five cars of young folk were taken and drivers of the cars were Keith Strayer, Paul James, Lloyd Gerber, Joe Skow, Mrs Alwin Huenhold and the Rev. M, H. Brower. Canter -Club Banquet Mr and Mrs Glen Culbertsor £.nd Mr and Mrs Jay Graham ol Burt attended, -the Canter Club banquet Saturday evening at Erhmetsburg. The Culbertson ana Grahams c.n> members of the Aigona Saddle Club, a similar organization. Hostess At Bridge * Mrs _i>on Hemmingsen entertained, her bridge club members Thursday evening. High and second high score prizes were won by Mrs Rex Taylor and Mrs James Kolp, Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Ted Chrischilles entertained her bridge club members last week Thursday evening. Mrs A. J. Ricklefs was winner of the high score prize. Culbertsbns Hosts Mr and Mrs Glen Culbertson had Mr and Mrs Don Peterson. James Thorne and Mrs Leona Shell as evening and lunch guests Sunday. Portland Profms Club The Portland Progress Club meeting has been postponed from Thursday, Jan. 17. to Thursday. J.-m. 24. Tlie mot-ting will star at 1:30 p.m. that clav. Atiends Wedding Mrs Karl Huffman attended Hit wedding Saturday morning ut Kurt DoJpe of Mary Gadd, former rc.-irieni here, to Hubert Nolan, ol Chicago, 111. Mrs Milder Hostess Mrs J. F. Milder entertained her 'bridge club Thursday evening, prizes going to Mrs V'K Parsons and Mrs Robert liickert. Card Club Meets Mrs L. J. iNfison was hoFtcsF to her "E.T.W." card ciub last week Wednesday afternoon. Laf-A-Loi Club Mrs Bertha Pflrnmcr entertained the "Laf-a-Lot" club members Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Brundcge Hostess Mrs G. D. Brundage entertained the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Knitting Club Meets Mrs W. H. Brandow entertained the numbers of her knitting club iuesdav afternoon. Hostess, Sewing Club Mrs Cecil McGinnis was hostess to her sewing club members Tuesday afternoon. LuVerne Twp. Homemakers Meet Jan. 18 LuVerne—The LuVtrm- Township Homemakers club will meel Friday, January 18, in the home of Mrs John Voss, Jr., at 1:15 p m. Lesson will bo on Hot Breads and Use of your freezer. All the ladies of the township are invited to attend. Mr and Mrs John A. Ramus left Monday for a trip to Edwards Air Base, California where they will visit their son and tiiiiishtor-in- law, 1st Lt. Dean and Mrs Ramus. Miss Sally Shirk left from DCF Moints Sunday for Washington, D. C. after visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk since December 16. Sally is a stewardess on United Air Lines with hei run to Chicago. Mr and Mrs George Kraft of Kanawha were Friday evening visitors in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlentf. Mr and Mrs Claire Jones of Royal are visiting in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk since Saturday. Mr Jones will assist Mrs Shirk in the LuVerne Pharmacy. Mr Shirk is still confined in Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. / Dr. and Mrs Jack Harris, Patti and Mona. of Cedar Fiills were Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson and family Mr and Mrs Clarence Jurgensen and Jimmy of Corwith visited her mother, Mrs Clara Wolf and sister, Mr and Mrs Leslie Richumer Sunday. Mr and Mrs Robert Murray Richard and Jean were Sunday guests in the home of'his parents Mr and Mrs William Murray in Livermore. The occasion was thr fifty-third wedding anniversary of the senior Mr and Mrs Murray. Mrs Minnie Dickie of Mason City spent 'the weekend in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene were her mother, Mrs dart Baumgartner, Mrs Dickie, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner, turn Vic-- tor and daughter. Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie. Darreli Fett had as visitor? Sunaay in the home of his par cm?. Air ci(;d Mrs Forest F. Felt Mr and Mis Olio Stewart arid fhild; en u£. Duncomb-.. 1 : Mr am Ah's John Archt-r of fi.rt Dodge; 'Mr and \iis Earl Ku::uircUon oi jjuti: Mr and Mrs Earl Manning. Mr and Mrs Donald Morriss and children, Sally Hardcapf and Gaien Witzel of LuVerne. MonicT Sue Markman, 12 years old, Jan. 12, celebrated hei oirthday with a party at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervir M;-. knKin, Sunday a 11 e r rv o o n. Gut.'.sis wi.-re Racann Brink, ioher. Ha.-iius. Mary Let Darby, Snaror ^iiiith, Murltne Norcross. A birthday dinner was helc Sunday, Jan. 6. in the home o Mrs Kaiii? Markman in Renwick Birthdays honored were for Fiani vJtfiimg, Sr., Mrs Markman and Monica Markman, Jan. 8, 9 and 12 respectively. Gue.its weie Mr and Mrs Frank Mocding, Sr., Frank Moeding, Jr., Mr and Mrs William Moeding, Mr and Mrs Ervin Marknian and Monica Sue and Mr and Mrs George Markman family of Hardy. Clara Mae Schnakcnberg celebrated her 10th birthday Thursday. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg, had as guests for dinner that evening three classmates, Linda Nelson Susie Dudley and Linda Farrow. Clara Mae received gifts. * Jerry DeWitt and Kalhy Myers who celebrated their 12th and 9th birthdays, January 5 and 12 respectively were honored with E oarty Saturday afternoon in the Walton DeWiU home. Guests \vere Nancy and Hueann Brink. Marlene and Jo Ann iN"orcro-.F Ca.isi'2 and Kris Skogmo, Linda i and~Mary Daley, Ruxie De j~Jio Shcvi Ramus, Jane Hanselman. Virginia Barton and Eiainu Schnakenberg. Mr anci Mrs Ervin Markman had as guests for turkey dinner Saturday evening honoring the 12th birthday of their daughter Monica Sue, her grandmother. Mrs Amelia Smith, her aunt, Mr and Mrs Milton Will and Mr and Mrs Paul Krantz all of Ft. Dodge. Mrs Howard Swanson is a patient in. Mary Greeley hospital. AITICS, wheie she underwent surgery Jan. 8. Their oldest son is with her parents, the G. L. Osborns, in. Ames and the youngest son with the grandparents, Mi and Mrs Carl Swi'n ; on here. Dr. John A. Dowd, district superintendent of the Evangelical United Brethren Churches, was the guest speaker Sunday morning. Francis Mullin. Circle 1: Mrs Elliot Waldsch- rnitt ;;nd Mrs Raymond Stevens Ciix'le 2: Mrs Edmund Elbert and Mrs Mil ford Elbert. Cinle 3: Mrs Ben Hanson and Mis Roy Kieigl. Circle 4: Mrs Mnurice Fick b ihni nnd Mrs Ciek- Mueller. Circle 5: Mrs Paul Ludwig and Mis Robert Gengler. Circle 6: Mrs Herman Kollasch and Mrs Joseph iSohbon. Circle 7: Mrs Francis Kollascii ,md Mrs Francis Grotty. Circle 8: Mrs Leo Walters and Mrs E.irl Sclnnitt. Turkey Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs George Meyer en t stained a number of relatives an i friends at a six o'clock turkey dinner Sunday evening. Present were? Mr and Mrs Henry Kehr and son David of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and son Alfred and daughter Limta. o! Rodman: Mr and Mrs Lawrenct Meyer and family, Mr and Mrr Bert Seelv and familv, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Walte- A. Meytr and Walter C. Meyer Following the dinner 500 waF played Donald Meyer, winninp liigii, and Eldon Fehr, low for the men. Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, high and Mrs Lawrence Meyer low. for the women. A lunch was served after the card games. Mr and Mrs Hnro'ld Voigt, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Rosel- la Voigt of Algeria, and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr ant Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and daughter Joyce and son Jay. were last week Sunday visitors wan Mr and Mrs George Biilge- niann in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Zurhac!) entertained a group of friends at a six o'clock dinner at their home Sunday evening Present were Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and family, Mr and Mrs Victor Dau and family, Mr and Mrs Edwii Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert and daughte Mary, Mr and Mrs Donald (Doc) Gundeison and son, Verona Zu math, and Howard Esser. Ralph E. Walker spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker Si Ralph is employed in Minnea pohs as tower watchman in tht railroad yards. Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mi and Mrs Reinhold Ostwald, anc Mrs Margaret Wagner and ,-ior. Wayne spent Saturday night u the home of Mr and Mrs Jacl Johnson, in Rolfe. The occasior was the birthdav of Mrs Johnson Mrs Francis Crotty entered St Ann hospital in Aigona when she underwent surgery. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems who left last week Sunday for Rochester, to i?o through the Mayr Clinic, returned home Frida> afternoon. Adolph Dietrich, father of Mrs Ralph Walker, entered the hos pita! in Rochester, a week Kgo last Saturday and was released last wet.-it Wednesday. Mrs Elmer Ostwp.ld entered St Ann hospital in Aigona, last weel Tufsoay where she un..iiTW?nt surgery, and returned home Thursday. John Duffv, Charles Bormann Armand Eibert, Cletus Bejeh ind Louis Kollasch, students at St.. Bernard seminary in Dubu que, returned last week Sunday to resume their studies. Jack Geelan, Leo Farretl uncl John Thul, students ut Lora; college in Dubuque returnee .vlonda" to resume their studie afU-r their holiday vacation. William Ostwalt, of Fort Worth, Tex., who is employed with lh» Sandstrund Aviation Company, o Rockford, 111. was sent to Japar Isst Week Saturday by that company to be stationed in Japar, for sometime. William is tht L'rnndson of Mr and Mrs Peter J Fuchscn and spent several day* nere at Christinas time. Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert, accompanied by Duane Harig anc Emmogpr.e Ostwalt, took the former's daughter to Minneapolis Friday, where she took a pianr for Seattle, where she is employed. Mr &nd Mrs Frank Spilles visit- od at the homes of Mrs Annr Poirot, and Mr and Mrs Robert Poirot, in Sherburn, Minn. Mrs Anna Poito* Is ft tfstef of Mr* Spilles and had the misfortune to break a bone in her leg when sh* fell in her apartment. Mr aril Mrs Ellsworth Hetden* with and son Lyle and Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances, were in Fort Dodge, Sunday, The former visited ft<t the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Hurl hurt and the latter visiteB Mr and Mrs Herman Rosendahl, in Fort Dodge. St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Alf! Society held its first meeting Thursday afternoon in the ba3^ ment of'St. Foul's church for this year. The serving committee consisted of Mrs Reuben Butzke, Mis Milton Espe, Mrs Victor Dau and Mrs Myrtle Frost. , Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke ind daughters accompnnied by Mr and Mrs Wililam Meyer Sr., visited at the home of Mr Behnke's parents, Mr and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke in Aigona Sunday evening. David Harig, who has beeft visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Walters, end with relatives in Aigona. left Sunday for Vermillion, So. Dak., . to resume his studies. Mr and Mrs Frank Foley returned from Chicago. Thursday, after visiting nt the home of Mr and Mrs James McCreary in Detroit, Mich, and relatives in Chicago. Thcv were ficcompanied by John and Mike French. St. Michael's Groups Elect At Whittemore Whiticmore — In a meeting las! weok the Holy Name Sociiety of St. Michael's parish elected .their new officer^ for this year. The oi'ficers *and group he:id; are: president, Earl Schinitt; vice president, Philip Eischen; secretary. Dwayne Garmann; treasurer, Harold Winklf. Group heals- Lewis Duffy Conrad Higsin-. James Mergen Verne Walker, Elmer Stcier, Lee Walters, Mike Merge-n, Godfrey Loebach,, Raymond Keene, Mel- vir. Henry, Clarence Kemna, Il'jr- nian Kollasch, Peter Dahlhauser Jr., Joseph Loebach, Jr., Herber' Schmidt, William Besch. Marvin Erpelding, Jack Spurgeon anci Lawrence Vigdal. Members of the Rosary Society held their annual meeting last week Wednesday in which the officers and circle heads were elected for this vear. President Mrs Le=ter Fuchsen: vice president, Mrs Cletus Derner; secret- arv, Irene Elbert; treasurer, Mr: HOME FREEZER You save all ways with this big 10.7 cu. ft. gross capacity Admiral food iireezer. Stores 360 Ibs, of frozen food. (Freezes faster because actual freezing coils are the shelves, yours today,; Yours For NO OTHER FREEZER WITH THIS CAPACITY IS OFFERED AT THIS BARGAIN PRICE. Implement Co. • . • Phone Aigona 52 RAY'S MARKET -I-*; SPECIALS for a R-I-G WEEK-END! 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