The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 34
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Wesley/Ehgaged Mr and Mrs Ubbe Meyer o Weslejf announce '•• the engage' merit of thijjr daughter, MaMah to Myrle Wdltz Jfo, SoB.of Mr afit Mr? M'yrl^OltZvMfoi Stewart ville,; Minii^';3?heTMd'e-to-be is pictured above. (UDM engraving). •••;.• •.:• ..••• St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer .' Mr and Mrs* Nick Arndorfer motored to Storm Lake Monday, :March 25. fort'.the 10:00 o'clock wedding of th'eif nephew Leroy Picken's, son of Mr and.Mrs Leroy.,Pickens. jto Marcia McKerina also: of Storm V ; L&ke. The bride will be graduated from the school pf nursing an June and Leroy Js scheduled, to go •'•'. to Ha\yaii for three years in military service. •'-•. ','•• . •Mr and Mrs;CIetus Hjelik, the latter the farmed Nadine Gand- genett, bedaftie p.arents Mar. 19 of •• their second, fjoy who will be named Joseph',^Bernard. 'Joseph weighed 9-lbs: 1% '6z. and he has will 'spendc; -this, jweek in her daughter's home caring for the • duties."...•* •• ;,•>•'•'. .. ; ;.. : -. • - : •• . • The St. Benedict. C. D. of A. Court held a, pot luck ; supper Thursday,'eveiling,,Mar. 21. Mrs Lawrerice' i'Cihk' received door 1 prizei : high in 500 went to Irene Will, low. to Helen Arndorfer, birthday - prize to Agnes Rosen- rrieyer. "Mr.and Mrs Bernard Capesius drove to Ackley, Mar. 23. Helen Hanig returned with them and went home Tuesday, Mar. 26. The Bill RfJdirig home was the 'gathering place for relatives and a few close frien'ds of the honored guests, Alvina and Elsie Garman, .twin daughters of Jake Carman for a social afternoon, the occasion being the 25th anniversary of their being beauticians. Plate prize went to Leoria Reding, door prize to Mrs Clar^ ence Siemer and for the best dressed lady prize to Helen Hanig. Elsie and Alvina are from Minneapolis. • Seventy two women left by bus Mar. 18 for Des Moines to make a Farm Bureau Tour. Stella Arndorfer was among the women. She reports the trip very worthwhile and a day much enjoyed. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Charles Phelps celebrated her 82 nd birthday Saturday, Man 23rd. Her sop Willis and family called her long distance, from Haxton, Colorado. Each talked to her and all sang 'Happy Birthday.' Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary, Mr and M" Harold Becker,' Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle, Mr and Mrs Jesse Dugan, Mr and Mrs Donald Dugan of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Jim Kelly and Cathalene of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Dugan home at Esthervilie in honor of Barbara Dugan and Mrs Jesse Dugan's birthday. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary spent Wednesday evening at the W. J. Stewart home. Mr and Mrs Art Randall and Ronna of Albert Lea were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mrs C. L. Young and Mrs Earl Zwiefel went by chartered bus to Des Moines Tuesday, on a tour. ' Mr and Mrs John Carlson and Randy and Dale .Teeter visited at the Franz Teeter home Saturday evening. . John Teeter of Am.es, spent the weekend between quarters at the parental Franz Teeter home. Mr and Mrs' Cecil Householder and family of Welcome, Minn, visited Sunday afternoon at the Jake Smith home. Mr Householder is a brother of Mrs Smith. - ( Dennis Heerdt was out of school last week with the measles. Mr and Mrs .Tony Ites, Judy and Ronnie "were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Jessa Harms home. 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