The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 2
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(!«.) Upp* ft* Meht*t Tbwnday, Mb. M, , AROUND ALGONA' ' snd Mr* Howard Stephenson were hostesses to a small group of former schoolmates on Thursday evening at the Schattschneider home. Occasion for the get- together was the visit of Mrs Jerry Beamish. Fort Worth, Texas who is spending a few weeks here with the p arental A. B. Oaklands and the Hay Usam- ishes. Other guests were Mrs Andy Nielsen. Mason. City, Mrs Larry Leancaugh. Mrs Dick Lallier, Mrs Vine* Bernardino, Mrs Don Steinman, Carol Finn and Maxine Johnson. Mr and Mr* Craig Smith and Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles returned Saturday from a three week's southern vacation much of which was spent at Pompano Beach, Florida. Mr and Mrs Dutch Lorenz, former Algonans live at Pompano Beach and a reunion was held which also included Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Sr., Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor, Mr and Mrs Les Kenyon and Mr and Mrs Harry Gfeenberg. On the return trip the Smiths and the Chrischilles called on Mr and Mrs Eugene Cook, former local residents now living at Jacksonville, 111. The Westminster Fellowship young people's organization oi the Presbyterian Church, were hosts to the Estherville young people on Sunday evening. Mrs Lloyd Gerber, Mrs Wilbur Reinders and Mrs Robert Stephenson, advisors assisted in the arrangements and sixty people were present. The local Westminster Fellowship is having a public chili supper on Tuesday, March 12. Tickets may be purchased from any member. Verona Buss and Mr and Mrs J. Huenhold spent from Saturday until Tuesday in St. Paul attending the Minnesota State Florists convention. Mrs Huenhold also called on the Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Kuyper who lived here when Mr Kuyper was pastor of the Presbyterian Church. The Kuypers plan to be in Algona when the local church celebrates its centennial in September. Three Girl Seoul, troops with adult leaders, Mrs Stanley Muckey, Mrs Maynard Miller, Mrs Hallard Snyder, Mrs Earl MlllerV^Mra" l*eo" Gardnef, Mrs Dick Post- and Mrs Fred, £upke,. met together Mo'nday evening at the Legion Hall. Mrs Lloyd Robinson. gave an interesting talk on Norway. Mrs John Hopkins was hosiess to lj,er bridge; club on * Tuesday evening. Mrs Harold Shugart and Mrs Mitch .Taylor .were guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Tom McGraw, Mrs Bill Specht and Mrs James'Merry- man. Mrs C. C. Shierk and son, Cameron went 4o Gr^en Bay, Wis. on Friday to visit Mr and Mrs Richard Mathes. Mrs Mathes is the former, Ruth Shierk. They returned Sunday evening. Mr* Clifford Johnson grave a dinner party Tuesday evening foi her daughter, Beverly who was observing her fourteenth birthday. Guests were Barbara Bart- iett. Sharon Scott, Phyllis Hardgrove, Julie Vipond and Beverly Warner. Mr tad Mr* Jim Pentecost arrived here Monday from thei> home in Los Angeles for a couple of week's visit with their parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. Pentecost and Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane. Mrs Pentecost is the former Delores Lane. Mr* G. W. Smiman lefi Wednesday by train from Fort Dodge to spend a couple of weeks at Tallahassee, Florida, with he; son-in-law and daughter, Mi and Mrs John Morrell and little daughter, Sandra. Mr and Mr* Truman Simpson went to Des Moines on Wednesday to visit Mrs Simpson's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bill Tormbley. Mrs Torm- bley is the former Betty McMahon. Bel Canto music club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Joe Bradley. Mrs Nat Bangs and Mrs Carl Morck, Jr. presented the program on current New York musicals. Mr and Mr* Bob Williams accompanied Mr and Mrs Larry. Neisses of Albert Lea to Minneapolis Monday to attend the Iowa- Minnesota basketball game. They returned home Tuesday. Phillip, "Flip" Miller, who attends the University of Iowa, Spent the weekend here with his mother, 'Mrs Beth Miller and life grandfather, Dr. P. V. Janse. Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher and three children of Fairmont spent the weekend here with Mr Fisher's parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Fisher. . The next regular luncheon of the Ladies of St. Cecelia's Church will be held Thursday, March 7. Chairladies are Mrs J. F. Milder and Mrs Russell Pickett. The Catholic Daughters • oi America will meet this evening (Thursday) at the VFW hall.- Mrs James Shillington is chairlady. .Mr and ^ Mrs :D. [ G. Cloptan went to Jefferson, Sunday, where they were dinner guests 'of -a nephew and niece. A. D. Lehman is in Des Meinas . visiting her son-yv-J,a,W. aha daughter, Mr and Mrs Don West. ....... Mrs Bob Williams was hostess to her Hobby club on Wednesday afternoon. HOSPITALIZED Six year old Ronnie Purviance of Guthrie Center was hospitalized recently when he fell from the top of a playground slide. Let's Go Roller Skating Thursday, Feb. 28 is Married Couples Night! ADULTS ONLY - 8 P. H. lo 11 P.M. We have been a^ked to put on a skating party for Adults only. So get out those skates and come out, lor a good time with the old gang. ;;. •. ; , * *, *• Bus Riders Party FRIDAY, MARCH 1 FROM 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. This is a party for St. Cecelia and Aigona Public Schools, children that ride the school buses. (They may invite their friend*). There will he no charge for fthoe skates, Be sure to attend, FREE BALLOONS ft DOOR PRIZES! CRESCO CHUMV 4-H PARTY ^ TUESDAY, MARCH S! All 4-H Member*, Invited! • NIPUO SKATINO *i » , f *T W^PwP^^PBwS^gr P> S'lB^iUPil wW^ Wj Mftti«f« S*fld*> Afternoon, 2 to 1:30 P, if y«H$ ailll HndM only Lundh-Platt Nuptials, Jam 9 Mrs Sigrid Lundh of Algona announces the engagement of her daughter, Ellen, above, to George Platt, son of Mr and Mrs Howard Platt of Algona. Miss Lundh it majoring in elementary education at Emmetsburg Junior college. Mr fiatt is employed by the Pacific Air-Motive Corporation in Chi no, Calif, and lives in Pomona. The wedding will take place June 9 in Pomona. (UDM engraving) Beverly Johnson Weds Beyerly Johnson, daughter of Mrs Lucille Johnson of Algona, became the bride of Kendall Weiiand, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Weiiand of "Wesley, in | double ring ceremony performed by Rev. O. Leonard Nelson in the First Lutheran church Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7;30 p.m. The bride was attired in a gown which had a Rosepoint lace bodice with a net over satin skirt. She wore a pearl tiara with a fingertip length veil of illusion net and pearl earrings, and carried a. bouquet of American Beauty roses. . Sharon Kelley of Des Moines served as maid of honor, Phyllis Jfeiland was bt idesrftaW, Larry KDey was best man ,and Gary Iwlefel. groomsman. Ushers Jgere Dean Wfilrett *hd WendeB WiSland. Organist wM Mr* Tfcrnon Jensen and soloist wa* Mrs W. M. Anderson. A wedding reception was held following the ceremony in the Church parlors with li>0 guests present. Mrs Gary Zwiefel. Burt, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs James Davidson, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., and Jeanette Sofenstfl, Cedar Falls, cut the cake, Mrs Wilbur Christensen, Dell Rapids, poured, and Mrs Eugene Ostermann, Buffalo Center, and Lin- ettc Rutledge, Algona, were in charge of the gifts. . Table hostess wa* Mrs Marvin Calhoun, Algona, and Beverly Kelley, Des Moines, presided at the punch bowl. The new Mrs Weiiand is a graduate of Algona high' school. $he took nurses training at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, and is a -registered nltrse. Mr Weiiand attended Ti* tonka high school and was recently discharged from the U. S Navy. •Following a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at 7,18 N. Monroe, Mason City. family j*6t The flufti Creek Women's Club held itejmnual Family toot hick dinner Wednesday evening, Feb. 13, in thf r*e*ealipn rooms of the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Hostesses were Mrs Lela Gardner and Elsie Wilirett. The following program was given: Piano solo, "Au Mating by Janice Bode; Vocal sow, "Duha'* and "Grey Sands" by Ronnie B riffles; Vocal duet, "Because It's You*', by Ronnie Briggs and Emily Bode; Dramatic reading The Last Long Mile," by Roflhie Briggs; Address "Laughter In Our Lives" by Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka. The next regular meeting of the club will be March 13 with Mrs John Scuffhanv Joan Diamond HM»M* Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held its regular party /nesting Tuesday evening, Feb. 26th, at the home of Joan Diamond. Katie Anderson, vice president, presided at the business meeting. Bingo was played for white elephant gifts brought by the members and lunch was served by the party hostess. The next regular business meeting will be held Tuesday, March J2th, at the home of Helifi flitft* and officers elected and cancer magazines addressed. Lessons will be givOT by Irma D*% Cook and HeleU Haas. » . Candidate As Navy Queen ; Marcia Stillman, daughter^ d! Judge and Mrs G.-W, Stiilmaft,- has been named one of fjifif <tatt- didates for the title of <8ttiteh of the Navy Ball at Iowa State College. Thi candidates were nomftlat- «d By midshipmen at the College, and elections are taking place this week. The queen will be announced at the semi-formai ball Friday night (March 1). Miss Stilbnaft is ft senior in home economics education and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamftia sorority. , At the regular monthly meet* ing of the American Legion Aux*- liary, held Feb. 11, the prograjn, under Irma Lee Deim, chairman, featured native Korean vocal selections by Kim Deal, accompanied by Linda Smith. Following the program^ Mrs Lu Stein* man gave a demonstration of the new dial phone system. Refreshments were served by Mrs Chan Dailey's circle. H«w*e«*tt fitly The Newcomers guest party tttas held last week Thursday ete- Hlng at the Legion Hall with 89 in attendance. Hostesses were Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs John Roberts, Mrs James Geelen and Mil Harry Blume. Bridge and &)0 were played and prizes were given, high and low at bridge, Mrs John Schutter and Mrs Jack Makeever, respectively, and at 500 Mrs Henry .Last and Mrs Darrell Drake. Door prizes were won by Mrs D. W. Shipley and Mrs Robert Barnes. Bridal Shower Mrs Kenneth Seely and Mrs James Davidson, Sioux Falls, So; Dak. entertained et a miscellaneous bridal shower for their niece, Beverly Johnson, Thursday evening, Feb. 21, at the Seely home. There were 25 guests present. Beverly received many lovely gifts. 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