The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1957 · Page 14
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i-Algeno (la.) flppt* DM Mofnet Thursday, March 2t, 1957 2 Parties In Swea Wind Up Snowbound Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mr? Oscar Linrte entertained at dinner Thursday ni.aht. honoring their son-in-alw and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tnd Johnson. Mr Johnson had just returned from Overseas service in Fiance. England and Germany. Mrs Johnson and small daughter have made their home at her parents tvhile he was away. The Lindes' guests were Mr and Mrs Sam Larson and family, Mrs Art Larson, Mr and Mrs Archie Ditsworth and family, Mr and Mrs Clifford Anderson. Mr and Mrs Eddie Kollasch and sons, Mr and Mrs Roger Linde and sons. While the guests were enjoying the Linde's hospitality the snow storm raged outside and the guests were forced to remain at the Linde home until morning. Birthday Snowed In Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson entertained Thursday night for their son Lyle on his 10th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and sons Howard and Charles, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Frank Sanftner and son Jerry and Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner and son Jimmie. The guests had to remain until morning on account of snow storm. The Walter Thompsons and Frank Saftners are grandparents and Paul Sanftners, uncle and aunt of Lyle Thompson. Glen Clark and Ralph Walker Jr. were reelected directors of the Swea City Community School at the school election last week Monday. • Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen and children Aleta and Lowell joined a number of other relatives at the home of her sister and her family, Mr and Mrs Lester Hes- seldohl, Winnebago, Minn, for Sunday noon dinner. Cheryle Torino spent the weekend at the parental home, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine. She is a student at Upper Iowa University. Mrs Glen Clark entertained the Eagle ladies aid at her home last week Tuesday. Mrs Floyd Treat gave the lesson. A birthday dinner honoring Lowell Larson and his son Craig and Francis Torine was held Saturday night at Mr and Mrs Emil Larson's home. Guest? were Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and children Duane Craig, Marlene and Bruce, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine Cheryle and Larry and Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson. . Mr and Mrs Roy Kluger and sons, Rev. and Mrs Everett Beal and children and Lucille Montgomery were Sunday noon dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson. Francis Torine was given a surprise birthday party Sunday night when some friends came, bringing a lunch and presenting Francis with a gift. Self-invited guests were' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson, Mr and Mrs Glen Mino, Mr and Mrs Leo Guerdet. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wiesc, Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik. Mr and Mrs Ed Fit/grrald. and Dr. and Mrs .T. R Hundas. Mr and Mrs Warren Broncs rrlcTlaini'd at a biithday party Saturday afternoon for their son Robert's third birthday. Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg nno children Calvin and Donna were Saturday until Sunday visitors a* the friends. Mr nncJ Mrs Walter Wirkstrom. 'St. Paul. Minn. Mr and Mrs William Moore and children of Ehnore, Minn, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs Moore's sister and her family. Mr and Mrs Warren Brones. Mr and Mrs Perry Torine and son Lyle of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs John Guy, Dexter, Minn, and Mrs Fred Hudson and children Jayne and Billy were Sun- clay noon dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Francis Torine, Mrs Guy, Mrs Hudson, Francis and Lyle are children of Perry Torines. Lyle Torine, a Petty Officer 3rd Class of the Navy, has been stationed at Pearl Harbor, and is home in furlough. He will leave Friday for west coast and be returned to Hawaii. Herman Voigts OfWhiffemore Wed 44 Yrs. Whittemore — A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt congregated at their home last week Wednesday evening to celebrate the 44th wedding of Mr and Mrs Voigt. Present were Mr anod Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Debra, Mrs Ruth Schultz and Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family of here,,ilr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Rosella Voigt and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona. Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Eugene Maahs in Decorah. Mr and Mrs George Meyer accompanied Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer to Rochester, Thursday morning, where they visited with Mrs William Ostwald, a patient in Methodist hospital. Enroute home Thursday they ran into a severe snow storm and blizzard. They were within a mile and a half from home, at about 11 p.m. Their car stalled and not being far from the homes of F. Crotty, and Mrs Clara Thul and with thefarhelp they moved the car to the Thul farm with a tractor and stayed with Mrs Thul until Friday forenoon. Mr and Mrs Carroll Schmeling of Omaha spent the weekend here, at the homes of their parents. Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling and. Mrs Anna Behnke. Milton Espe of here entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona Sunday where he underwent surgery for hernia Monday forenoon. Mrs William Ostwald who was a patient in the hospital in Rochester lasf week, returned home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn of Cylinder Sunday after- noun and evening. A thank you dinner was given Monday evening, March 11, at the home of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendah! for the work committee of Circle 2 of St. Paul's Lutheran church of which Mr and Mrs Norman Prichard w e r 9 guests. Those present were Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Mr and Mrs Lester Baas, Mr and Mrs Erwin Harms, Mr and Mrs Leonard Baas and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr., of West Bend, Gordon Ireland of Algona, and Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl of Oil tosen. The immediate family of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. gathered at their- home Sunday evening to celebrate the birthday of their father, whose birthday was Saturday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and sons of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters and Mr and Mrs Edwin Licb and family of Lotts Crock, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer and family, Mr and; Mrs Ernest Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr., and family and Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke and daughters. Mr and Mrs George Baas and family, Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda, Mr and Mrs William Roeber, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Emma and August Roeber were last week Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Lester Baas, to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Lester Baas. Last week Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Eisele, in honor of Mrs Sarah Schwartzenbach, mother i of Mrs Eisele whose birthday was Monday, were Mr and Mrs Verne Dietrick and Mrs Verne Schwart- zenbach of Lake Park; Mrs Miles Omoterdt and sons Thomas and Michael, of Wichita, Kan.; Mr and Mrs Orville Rusch and son Kent of Hartley; Mr and Mrs Tom Miller of Storm Lake; Mr and Mrs Albert Schwartzenbach of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and daughters Marybeth and Ann. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs James Schultz gathered at their home Sunday evening to celebrate the birthday of Mr Schultz. Present were Mrs Ruth Schultz, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debra, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon,*Janice Schultz, Kenneth Mergen, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons and Mrs Ernie Meyer of here; Mr and Mrs Erwin Schmeling and family of Cylinder. St. Paul's Ladies Aid Society held its regular quarterly meet-, ing in the church basement Thursday afternoon. The serving committee consisted of Mrs Louis Greinert, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and Mrs Fred Heinrich. James Busherfield received his discharge from the army last week Tuesday at Fort Sheridan, IN .THE SPRINGTIME- a Woman's Fancy Just Naturally Turns to I I AA I +j • It's none too early to buy that new Spring bonnet. You're probably tired of that heavy, winter looking job you're wearing. Why not give yourself a "tifi" and purchase one of these smart, perky looking hats that will bring that feeling of coming blossoms. Hundreds of pretty hats are waiting for you in this up-to-the-minute millinery department. All shapes and colors—all prices from $5.95 to $1940, Be ihe first to wear g smart new hat -for Spring 1957. May we e*pe*t you this ' he CHRISCHILLES STORE 111. and nrrivcd here at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs A. H. Bushorfeld. He served two years in Germany. Edwin Hehnke, c n of Mts Anna Behnke, is at home here with his mother for n short period. He attended the school of telegraphy in Omaha, and will be employed with the Rock Island in Illinois. Ernogenc Otwalt, granddaughter of Mr and Mrs P. ,1. Fuchsen recently left for California, to be with her brother Dean. She has accepted a position as a stenographer in San Diego. Calif. Eugene Thill, son of Mr and Mrs Mike Thill, is spending a 30- day furlough here with his parent?. He has had several months of service in Germany and will report back to New York, March 27. Mr and Mrs George Gengler and William Gengler drove to LaCrosse last week to visit with Sister Mary Junilla, who has been seriously ill. The men are her brothers. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Ray Fitch and her brother, Howard Clark of Grand Meadow, Minn, started Wednesday morning to call on relatives at Britt, Webster City, Dows and Corwith. They visited their father, Charles Clark at Britt, a sister and family, the Harold Stevensons at Webster City vand a brother and family, the Donald Clarks of Coiwlth. Mr Clark brought his ri<>ther-in-law, Mrs Lillian Bunkofske, back to her home in Burt. Mr William Leeper has been very ill. He makes his home with his son and family, tht$ Bernard Leepers here in Portland. Sid Buffington .visited Merlyn Bartlett Thursday and was a dinner guest at the Bartlett home. Mr and Mrs Donald MichaeN sen, Iris and Marsha called at the Herbert Nelson home Friday afternoon. Merlyn Bartlett visited Sid Buffington Friday and was a supper guest at the Bradford Buffington home. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls visited Friday night at the Chester Fitch home. The Govern families were dinner guests at the Vincent Govern and Laurence Govern home, Sunday, March 17. Mr and Mrs Ed Rush of Lyle, Minn, visited Sunday at the Lloyd Bartlett home. Mrs Virgil Barrett of Lakota called at the Ray Fitch home Sunday. Mrs Barrett and Mrs Fitch went to Livermore to visit Mrs Barrett's mother, Mrs Leila Raney and her brother Edward Raney. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz, David and Gregory also called at the Raney home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps called on the Leonard Daniels and Mrs Cora Stow at Burt Sunday. Henrietta and Jacqueline Cook of Algona spent Sunday with Linda Nelson. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and Carol Ann of Whittemore called at the Victor Fitch home Sunday afternoon. Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried. Auxiliary Plans Mar. 22 Bazaar At Ottosen Oltowm — Mrs Richard Kinseth was hostess to the local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon, at the Kinseth home. Plans were made for the bazaar which will be held Friday evening, March 22 at 7:30, at the Commercial Club building. Following the bazaar lunch will be served. Along with the bazaar there will be a grab bag. They have received an order of rugs from the Clinton Veterans Hospital and those will be for sale at the bazaar. Mrs Jacob Ryg gave the lesson. The next meeting will be AprH 9 at the home of Mrs Clara Solberg. Service Men Visit A/3C Gary Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper is spending a furlough at the parental home. His parents met him in Fort Dodge Saturday. He will report to Seattle, Wash, on April 10, and from there he expects to be stationed in Alaska, ' He has been stationed : at Keesler Air Force Base at Biloxi, Miss. James Banwart, son of Mr and Mrs Silas Bnawart, has concluded a furlough here with his parents and has returned to the San Diego Naval Training Center where he took his basic training. His parents took him to Kansas City where he met a train to return to California. Enroute to Kansas City the group visited overnight at the Elmer Strahm home at Sebetha Kansas. Mrs Strahm is a daughter of the Banwart's. Wed 35 Years Mr and Mis Antone Speich observed their 35th wedding anniversary on March 18. Sunday guests at the Speich home for dinner and to, honor them included Mr and Mrs Paul Bern* inghaus of Algona. Mr and Mrs Frank Jolliffe of Humboldt were Wednesday dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahl home. Mr and Mrs Jolliffe observed their 52nd wedding anniversary March 15. Mr and Mrs Palmer Enockson and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the Peter Enockson home. Mrs Essie Cooper returned home Tuesday after spending from Saturday afternoon at the Ralph Cooper home at Sutherland. . Mr and Mrs Olvin Haifg anc} family were Saturday evening visitors at the Robert Naeve home at Dakota City. Sunday visitors at the Haug home were Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle visited Sunday at the Harold Johnson home at.Thor. Mrs Mary Coyle 'of Eagle Grove, a sister of Mrs Mike Coyle was also a visitor there. Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen visited Sunday at the Ed Thompson home at Storm Lake. Visitors later the same day at the Mc-» Luen home wore Mr and Mrs Harry Ostendorf and Tamra of Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson were Sunday dinner guests at the Lowell Shelgren home at Gilmore City. Barbara Enockson of Humboldt is spending a week vacation at the parental Roy Enockson home. Mr and Mrs Donald Oooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her mother, Mrs Frank Henley at Emmetsburg. Sunday visitors at the Knut Oppedahl home were Mr and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl and family and Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family. Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann and sons visited over the weekend at the Jim Able home at Kasson, Minn. Saturday evening they enjoyed a trip to Rochester •where they attended the Ice Capades at the Mayo Civic Auditorium. Mrs Wehrspann and Mrs Able are sisters. APRIL FRIDAY — SATURDAY — SUNDAY 5-6-7 ALGONA SECOND ANNUAL AT FAIRGROUNDS — NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY Bigger Than Last Year's Home Revue Latest Ideas in Furnishings & Improvements if Added Attraction! Stage Entertainment Daily A Show the Entire Family Will Enjoy Remember The Dates — Plan To Attend — Admission Only 25c

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