The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE JUST IDENTIFY YOURSELF AT ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE WORTH $2.00 AT ELITE SHOP WORTH $2.00 AT S & L STORE WORTH $2.00 AT CHRISTENSEN'S - AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! (Id.) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, April 4, Musical Program Given At Lone Rock P.T.A. Meet Lone Rock — P.T.A. met Monday evening at the school for the monthly meeting with a large crowd attending. A musical program was presented as follows: French Horn solo by Karin Kueck. Cornet Trio: Paul Geitzenauer, Larry Ramus and Craig Blanchard. Girls Sextette: Janice Bierstedt, Madonna Marlow, Karen Kueck, Rachel McArthur, Patti Person, and Janice Zumach. Clarinet Solo: Donna Blanchard. Trombone Solo: Janice Bierstedt. Lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig, Mr and Mrs Clarence Martini, Mr and Mrs Clair Bellinger, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mr and Mrs Elmer Krause, Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow, Mr and Mrs D. L. McArthur, Mr and Mrs Sam Simpson, Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton, Mr and Mrs David Weber, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson and Mr David Beck. 75 Al Family Night Family Night at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church last Sunday evening was attended by around 75 and the ladies of the church gave a very fine program. Mrs Ronald Christenson, president of the local women's organization presided. A musical reading "If Jesus Came To Your House Today" was given by Mrs Frederick Schultz with Mrs Don Blanchard at the organ. A., ladies trio composed of Mrs Herman Kramer, Mrs Milton Madison and Mrs Clifford Nordine sang. There were short missionary talks given by Mrs David Bdck Sr., Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. and Mrs Florence Schrader. A film strip "If You Lived In Malaya" was shown. Refreshments • and a , social hour followed in the church parlors with the Mildred circle serving. Fellowship Social The Westminister' Fellowship held their monthly social in the church parlors Wednesday evening, March 27, with about 20 present. The evening was enjoyed playing shuffle board, ping pong, Chinese checkers and carom 1 . At the close a short devotional service was conducted by the pastor. Before leaving for home the group enjoyed refreshments served by Mrs Richard Behrends and Mrs George Long. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer and Vickie, Mr and Mrs Glen Sabin, Judy and Jane of Algona, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel of Swea City were guests Thursday evening in W. O. Dreyer home helping Mrs W. O. Dreyer celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Roger Walker and girls of Fenton were supper guests Wednesday evening at the Chas. Staudt home. Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. and Cynthia, Mrs Clarence Kraft and Joy spent Wednesday in Osage visiting the L. V. Johnson family. Mrs Grace Ramus, Mrs Don Ramus, Mrs Donna Penrod arid son Phil, Mrs Ruth St. John and son all of Algona called on Mrs Leo Ramus Wednesday afternoon. Callers this past week at the Fred Genrich home were Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Roy Zun- kle, Hugh Walsh, Lawrence Walsh. Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Geo. B. Long, Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer, Nancy and Steve and Mrs Margaret Hanfelt of Algona. Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer nnd family of Algona were dinner guests Sunday of the Raymond Bierles. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Guy Harmon of Whittemore and Mrs Bierle's aunt Mrs Bessie Powers of Detroit,.Mich., visited there. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer visited his sister and family the Richard Hengels at Amboy, Minn. Thursday, Sunday afternoon callers at the Howard Bierstedt home were Mr and .Mrs Joe Kemna and family of Bancroft, Mrs Ed Kressin and Ortvin. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Franklin f Mueller and sons of Fenton. Mr and Mrs L. V. Johnson and Sue Ann of Osage visited from Saturday afternoon till Sunday at the Clarence Kraft home. Mark visited with Ronnie Behrends and David visited Jerry Jensen. For Sunday dinner they were guests of the Richard Behrends family. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and family visited her parents the Martin Petersons of Armstrong Sunday afternoon. Thursday evening they called on the Fred ^enrich's. Mrs Rose Kraft and Mrs Clarence, Kraft and Joy were dinner guests Sunday in Algona at the James Walker home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard entertained for dinner Sunday VLr and Mrs John Sones of Sioux ilapids, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and amily of Ottosen. Sunday callers at the Fred Genrich home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Wells of Livermore, Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Led- 'ard. .In the evening Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder called. Elsie Willrett of Algona spent the weekend at the Frank Flaig home. Sunday evening they all visited in Algona at the Dean Jergenson residence. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Kate Schroeder, of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson. Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder of Bancroft were dinner guests Sunday at the Lawrence Geitzehau- er home. Mrs Ruth Krueger visited in Burt, Sunday, and was a dinner and luncheon guest of Mrs Louise Trunkhill. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz, Dawn and Judy Kraft visited in Elmore Sunday afternoon at the Joe Stenberg residence. Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and daughter Susan of Burt called Sunday evening at the Fritz Newbrough residence. Jackie Laabs spent Friday afternoon and was a supper guest of Gloria Householder on Gloria's llth birthday. Mr and Mrs A. D. Kurtz and son Roy of Polk City spent the weekend at the home of their daughter and family Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family. Additional guests for Sunday dinner were Mrs Nordine's other brothers and families. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough entertained Saturday evening in honor of their daughter Judy's eightenth birthday. Guests were the grandparents Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Steye and Cherry and Laverne Smith of Swea City. Mrs A. A. Krueger entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of the birthdays of Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs David Beck Sr. Attending were Mesdames E. M. Jensen; Don Houck, A. L. Cotton, Ronald Christenson, E. A. Lee and Roy Jensen. Mrs E. A. Lee attended tfre funeral of Mrs Walter Smith at Swea City, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer and family, Albert and Leonard Hutchinson of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests in Burt at the home of Mrs Clara Marlow. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs David Beck Sr. visit- od Friday afternoon in Goldfield at the home of Mrs Ray Snyder. Friday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and son Larry of Ottosen, Mrs Agnes Tabor and son Don of West Bend. In the afternoon Rev. Russell Dacken of Omaha, Neb. was a caller. Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske and Kenneth of Algona and Mr and Mrs Roy Pehrson were Sunday visitors in the Arden Hovey residence. Mr and Mrs Adam Wilhelmi, Sylvia and Claude of Elmore, were last Sunday dinner guests at the Owen Berhow home. Sunday evening the Berhows visited the Welfare brothers and Maxine at Ringsted. Tuesday evening Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, Mrs Ken Andrea, Barbara and J6y visited with Mrs Dale Wegener. Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family called on the Harvey Raths in Algona. They just returned home after spending 2V4 months in Tampa, Florida. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards spent Sunday in Blue Earth visiting the Donald Honeycutt family at the Floyd Richards home. Alfred Junkermeier of Bakersfield, Calif., arrived Saturday for a visit here with the Alfred Schadendorf family. Saturday evening dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. For Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family, Alfred Junkermeier, Mr arid Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and daughter DaFawn of Bancroft were guests of Mr and Mrs Omar Smith nt Sioux Rapids. Mrs Smith is also a sister of Mrs Schadendorf and Mrs Junkermeier. AT THE ALGONA HOME SHOW How The Kitchen Can Be The 'Showplace' Of Your Home SEE THESE CAIiOIUC BUIIT-INS Gas Cooking Units AT THE THIRM06AS HOMi SHOW DISPLAY BUILT-IN OVEN-BROIIER ROTO.ROASTER ROTISSERIE MIRACLE THERMO-SET THERMOGAS CO. FREE FAVORS 1 OF ALCONA Cook & Heat With Thermogoi Silver Wedding Surprise For St. Joe Couple St. Joe — Mr and Mrs John Hilbert were pleasantly surprised on Friday evening, March 29, when relatives and friends came to help them observe their 25th wedding anniversary. The hoiv oree's received beautiful gifts in remembrance of the occasion and the evening was snent playing cards with Nick Gengler and Mrs Frank Hilbert receiving prizes. A delicious lunch brought by the guests was served and a wedding cake, baked and decorated by Mrs Ted Hilbert, was also served. Mr and Mrs John Hilbert have three children: a daughter, Mrs D,ale Dencklau, (Julie) and two sons, Pfc. Dennis Hilbert, San Diego, Calif, in the Marines; and Robert Hilbert F. N. Navy out at sea near Japan. Those attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Tom Becker, Maurice and Martin of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Henry Kohlhaas and Math Hilbert of Algona; Mr and Mrs Herman Becker, Jean and Ronald of Irvington; Mr and Mrs Dale Dencklau, Mr and Mrs George Gengler, Mi and Mrs Emil Thilges of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert, Kathy and Jim, Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert and family, Mr and Mrs Eugene Zeimet and Mr and Mrs Ernest Gales Sr. all of here. Mr and Mrs Hilbert were married in St. Michael's Church in Whittemore. Miss Agnes Lpebach of Whittemore is assisting with the household duties here in the home of her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Art Kohlhaas. Mrs Milford Plathe entertained the Farmerette 500 Club in her home on Wednesday evening with Mrs Alvin Klein and Mrs Hubert O'Brian as guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs Harold Friders and Mrs Hubert O'Brian. Mrs Martin Friders entertains the club In April, The Athletic Banquet is to be held in St. Joseph's School hall on Thursday evening at 6:30. Mairt speaker will be John Naughton, coach and teacher of St. Edmonds at Fott Dodge. A special C. D. of A. committee is in charge of the dinner and arrangements. K. of C., St. Joseph's Council will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening at o'clock with Peter Becker, grand knight, presiding. Father Turza of Pocahontas will be guest speaker. Father Turza's homeland is Slovakia and he came to this country when the communists took over. Father Turza has two Doctorate degrees, one in civil law and the other in ecclesiastical law. Marilyn Bormann, S h e r y 11 Reding and Kathy Gales all from here and Julie Sweeney from Sibley spent the weekend here vHth home folks. The girjs are student hurses at St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Leonard Stess- man and Veronica. Stessmann of Earling visited, heie in the John Bormann home - trfe' first of the week. Mrs. Bbftnanri is a sister of Mr Stessmana and Miss Stess- mann. Mrs Lizzie Bormann came home from Mercy Hospital in Iowa City 6n Thursday where she had been a surgical patient the past few weeks. Mrs Anton Becker it a surgical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge siiice Friday. __ ^y•" • 100 ACRES Roy L. Risley was burning trash on his farm north of Bedford recently, when the flames got out of control. 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