The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1957 · Page 16
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3-AI00AO (lo.) Upper Des Molnes Thursday, March 41, 195? Gerald Bahling New Man, Tiionka Elevator Boartf Titotika — T'IP Formers Coop. Kicvfitor held i's annual meeting at She Titonkn Thentrr Saturday afternoon. March If). Gerald Bahling was cloclrd to replace Alfred Oesterrpicher who has been a member since July 8, 1933. and Herman Tjarks and Sophes Nelson were reeled ed for another term. Other members of the board me John Welhousen, George Sonnenbcrg, Clarence Schutjer, Wm. Peterson, Louis Huber and Wm. Spear. Elevator manager is John Stott with Melvin Ricks and Roger Rippentrop as assistants. A meeting has been planned for April 6 to select the executive officers for the coming vear. A Proclamation Designating Friday, March 29,1957 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DAY IN ALGONA WHEREAS — A charier was granted io the Knights of Columbus by the General Assembly of the Slate Legislature of Connecticut on March 29, 1882, and WHEREAS — On March 29, 1957, the more than 1,000,000 members of the Knights of Columbus in the 3900 councils in the United States, Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Panama and the Philippines will observe the 75th Anniversary of the granting of the Charter. NOW, THEREFORE. I, Dr. Cameron C. Shierk. Mayor of the City of Algona, in tribute to the record of the Knights of Columbus on behalf of Country, Church, Community and fellow-men and in recognition of its contributions in the fields of religious, social welfare, youth work patriotic endeavor, do proclaim March 29, 1957. Knights of Columbus Day in the City of Algona. and do hereby extend congratulations to the Algona Council No. 952. and Grand. Knight Wm. O. Ludwig on this, their Diamond Jubilee. In WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the City of Algona, this llth day of March, A.D., 1957. ' * DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK Mayor of Algona, Iowa Mrs George L. Schmidt is a patient at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. She entered Saturday. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs are the parents of a baby daughter Linda Jane, born March 8 at the Forest City hospital. They also are the parents of a son. . Mr and Mrs Glenn Miller and Raymond Krominga of Lakota drove to Rochester, Sunday, to visit Reinder Krominga who is a patient at the St. Mary's Hospital there. Mrs Krominga returned home with them Sunday and then Moriday she returned with Rev. B. H. Schwerin and Rev. H. A. Diers who was visiting at Rochester. Eddie Attig, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Attig underwent an appendicitis operation at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Brit' Friday. Louis Oesteireicher returned last week from his European trip of two months. Mrs Bernadine Gerard in spite of the storm entertained eight members of the Sewing club Thursday evening. Mrs Grace Bruer and Mr and Mrs Pete Bruer of Lakota were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Ricklefs. Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller ot Albert Lea, Minn, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and also attended the open house for Mr and Mrs Con Schmidt who celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs Menno Everding. Progressive Club At Ottosen Elects Officers Ottosen — Mrs H. J. Nielsen was elected president of the Progressive club when members met at the home of Mrs Percy Watnem. Other officers elected are: vice president, Mrs Fred Kampen, secretary, Mrs K. R. McLuen and treasurer, Mrs Ralph Richards. The new officers take charge when the nf,v year begins next fall. March 26 the county meeting will be held at Renwick and Mrs K. R. McLuen was elected delegate and Mrs Ralph Richards alternate. Mrs Fred Kampen gave the lesson and Mrs Alfred Schultz had charge of recreation. The next meeting will be March 21 at the home of Mrs Alfred Schultz. Guests were Mrs Clara Sol berg. Beverly King and Mrs Allan Watnem. A program on Christian Nurture way presented by Mrs Loran Daniel ;it the regular meeting of the members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid when that group met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs Richard Kinseth and Mrs Harold Mountain hostesses. World Day of Prayer was observed at the Presbyterian church by the Presbyterian Women's Organization, with Mrs Alfred Schultz and Mrs Mike Coyle hoste/ses. Taking part in the program were Mrs Earl Long. Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs Albert Thorsfn, Mrs Essie Cooper and Mrs W. G. Cooper. This group will meet again March 29 with Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk and Mrs Ralph Richards hostesses. Larry Ray, infant son of Mr and Mrs Eldon Ellingson of Mallard, was baptized Sunday during services at Trinity Lutheran church. Sponsors were the maternal grandmother, Mrs Leslie Johnson of Rolfe and Ronald Ellingson of Ottosen. Following the services dinner guests at the Melvin Ellingson home included Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sharon of Rolfe, Mrs Marie Christenson of Rolfe, thr Eldon Ellingson family and Rev and Mrs Harold Mountain. Guests at a housewarming party at the Mrs Bertha Jacobson home were Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme, Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg, Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Mrs Elizabeth Anliker of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem are grandparents of a daughter born to Mr and Mrs Paul Wat- nem of Belmond, born March 8. at the Belmond Community Hospital and weighed eight pounds. She has been named Paula Jean Evening guests for Canasta and cards at the Oliver Kinseth home were Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper, Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle, Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen-and Mrs Sclma Nelson. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth' and grandchildren Carie Mae. Dwayne and Calvin Haug visited' Wednesday evening at the James Barber home at West Bend. Mr Ind Mrs Antone Speich and family and Karen Imhoff were visitors at the Eldon Walter home at Renwick. Ruth Speich is home for two week? fmm Ames where she is employed. Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs Bertha 'Jacobson home wen Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and family and Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain were Saturday evening supper guests at the Raymond Wehrspann home. Sunday dinner guests March 3 at the Ted Underberg home were Mr afid Mrs Carl Underberg of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg and Kay of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and fnmi.ly were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Salz home at Whittemore. In the afternoon and for supper they were guests at the George Kjar home at West Bend. March 2 they attended the wedding of Bernard Thilges and Mary Kingsley at St. Peter and Paul's church at West Bend. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter and Donald and Gary attended a birthday party honoring Mrs Henry Dahlhauset at the Dahlhauser home at West Bend. Saturday, March 9. Anthony Oppedahl was ten years old. Sunday evening guests at the parental Oscar Oppedahl home to honor him were Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson and Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan. Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and family were dinner guests at the Eugene Struthers home to celebrate the Kropf's wedding anniversary which was March 7 and to celebrate Mr Struther's birthday which was March 12. Name County 4-H Committee The boy's 4-H club leaders elected coUfity 4-H club c&rnmit- tee members for 1957 at their regular meeting March 4 at the Extension Office. Committee members will help club leaders and extension personnel plan and carry out the 4-H club program for the year. 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