The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 2
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r 4 MUftittt da) Uppw April " Silver Wedding April 21 Set For West Bend t-*. Mr aftd Mrl Anthony Waechter will observe their 25th wedding anniversary with open house to be held Sunday, April 21 fct the St. Peter and Paul's Parish Hall at West Bend from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. Friends and relatives are invited. Mr and Mrs Wtechter were married at St. Michael'* Church in Whittemore on April 86. Pre School Party The pre-school party* for children who will start to kindergarten next year and their parents, will be held at the Twin Rivers Elementary school at Ot* tosen on Tuesday, April 23 at 2 p.m. Parents and children will meet in the hot lunch room. LaVonne Kreutzkamp, Humboldt County nurse will have charge of the meeting. To be eligible for kindergarten at Twin Rivers School next year a child must be five years old by November 15. Concert Artists Here April 24 Hospital Several residents a*e hospital- izeq and have returned home from the hospital. Patty Struthers, daughter of Mr and Mrs V, Q. Struthers, is beginning her third week at Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge where she is recovering from injuries received in a fall at Twin Rivers School at 3ode where she is a student.. Mrs Roy . Jacobson returned home Saturday from Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she spent several days as a medical pjjtient. Mrs Antone Spelch underwent surgery at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge last week. She is expected to return home about the middle of this week. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson announce the engagement. and approaching marriage of their daughter Barbara, tp Merlin Anderson;, son of Mr • and Mrs John Knschel of Ottosen. • '",1$e weddlng ; will <take <place Ju£«» 23 at Trinity Lutheran CMirch in Ottosen, , ' Miss Enockson < is • employed at thwesfeqi; Bell T-elephone y ill Huinfcoldt. 'Mr' Anda student^ at Eagle Grove Junior College, ' wfll p« ' graduated, this spring. /'; ••" " . ' ^TPJie American Region Auxl- Ii9& met Tuesday nfteriioon at thrflMike -Coyle home ,with 'Mrs Clara Solberg hostess. .Mrs Clara Sojfoerg gave 'the lesson. Guests were Mrs K, R. McLuen an. d Mrs Harold Mountain. Arrangements for jhe Memorial' Day program weir? started. The * next meeting wiU, be the Mothers Day meeting to be held at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper on May 14. Anne Leist was hostess to embers of the Ladies Rural f Thursday afternoon at her hojne, Plans were started for the Mothers Day meeting. Mrs Roy Tejford gave the lesson and Mrs Essie Cooper had charge of recreation. The next meeting will be April 25, in the evening at the Mrs Essie Cooper home with Mrs Hollis Cooper hostess, 0pnajiqns for, the dancer Drive wjiich was ( held April 8 "through April }3 amounted to $33.25 for the- town of Ottogeh. Volunteer workers were Mrs Chester Alme, Mrs,; Roy .Enockson. Mrs Ralph qatton and Mrs Merle Holt. I^rry Telfprfl, son of Mr and Mrs Itoy Tejford and John Wayne Next Wednesday, April 24, at 3 p.m.. the 1 Kossuth Community Concert Association will bring to a close the 1956-57 concert series with the appearance here of two of the midwest's finest artists, Ralph Nielsen, tenor, and Audry Paul, mezzo contralto, pictured above. The program is called "Carmen and Don Jose", In connection with the membership drive for 1957-58, anyone purchasing a membership for the coming year will also receive a ticket for the April 24 program. The new membership campaign will begin next Monday with a kickoff dessert at 7 o'clock at the Presbyterian church. Headquarters will be at the Foster Furniture store with Mrs John Schutter as campaign chairman and Mrs Nat Bangs as co-chair* man. Nielsen, son of Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen, have returned to camp following' a furlough here • with their families and friends. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and LeRoy Worby took the men to Des Moines where they left for their respective camps. Telford went by plane to Fort Hood, Texas. Nielsen returned to Fort Chaffee, Arkansas for a twelve week training at radio school. Mr and Mrs Cletus Salz and family of Burt were Sunday evening visitors at the Vincent Salz home. Harold Besch of West Bend ;was an afternoon visitor Sunday. Sunday evening, April 7, Ma and Mrs Paul Besch and family df \ .Weat „ B^nd visited there.- •• : ' .fy. "<.* M - ' • Mr and Mrs Earl Long spent Sunday with their son-in-law end daughter, ! Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family at Bode, Mrs Alfred Schultz observed her birthday April 8 and guests that- evening at the Schultz home to 'help her celebrate were Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family a*nd. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme. Friday evening Mrs Alfred Schultz and children attended the Senipr Class, play at the Lone Rock School. Donna Blanchard of Lone 'Rock, a niece of Mrs Schultz had a part in the play. Tuesday guests in the Anthony Waechter home were Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser of Whittemore and Mrs Irvin Joynt and Pat and Rosette. Mrs Joynt and children were enroute to their home at Yellow Lake Lodge, Webster, Wisconsin, after spending the winter in Phoenix. Arizona. Mr and Mrs Eugene HoJIius attended a family gathering at the home of her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona Sunday to honor Mrs Hofius' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Stanley Mc- Ponald of Hermiston, Oregon. The McDonalds will be leaving soon for their home after an extended yisit here. ' (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Public • •«• '-'•> , 4> -ft Monday, April 22 BRITT I.UTHER LEAGUE Tuesday, April 23 WOPEN YOUNG PEOPLE Thursday, April 25 ST- CBC«JA'i SENIOR BiNEFIT ^ A AK * RoUer Itink «| Invftfd - Regular Admission •W£2 11 Queen Nominees Agree; They All Like To Da nee A total of 300 ballots were cast and II charity ball queen candidates chosen during voting which canie to a close April 4, according to queen chairman Gordon Winkel. Normally ten candidates are named, but a three-way tie for the ninth position resulted in the 11-girl field. . One of the following eleven girls will be elected queen of the ball, which is to be held Tuesday. April 23, in the high school gymnasium, by persons in attendance at the annual affair. Here is a summary of each candidate and her activities: Phyllis Arndoifet — Born in St. Benedict-Corwith area, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Herb Arndorfer; 1954 graduate at Corwith; worked at A.S.C. office here short time and at Thompson Distributing Co. for past three years; enjoys reading, dancing and swimming. Olenda Black — Born at Lawton, Okla.; is daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn J31ack; raised at Baft and 1953 graduate of Burt hi|h; employed by Iowa Development Commission in Des Moines afiti at Winkel law office here for Bam year; likes basketball, bowling and all outdoor sports. Beity D*trick — Born here, is the daughter of Mr and Mfg & E. Detrick; likes to listen to m» cords; bowling, dancing and embroidery work are other hobbieS; 1956 graduate of St. Cecelia Academy. Phyllis EibBtt — Born and raised here; daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert; 1953 graduate of St. Cecelia's; employed it Harrison's after graduation, has been in the A.S.C. office here past four years; like to bowl and dance. Mary Lou Helmers — Born and raised here, daughter of Mr and Mrs Helmer Helmers; 1952 Algona high grad; attended lab and x-ray school at Minneapolis; employed at Lutheran hospital, Sioux City ,and Biitt hospital be fore joining staff at St. Ann a year and a half ago: hobbies include swinwtjing, fishing, hunting, sewing and dancing. Barbara !£l*pp*r *- Born at Ottosen, attended «chool at West Bend and graduated there in 1953; erftployed in West Bend, then at rourthouse here for two years; has been at Algona Insurance Agency since then; hobbies include sewing, movies and dancing. Eileen Kollasch — Born at Whittenwre, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch; graduate of Presentation Academy, 1950, and began work as record librarian at St. Ann in August; list* records and movies as hobbies. Mary Ann Quade — Born at Granger, educated at Clare St. iMathews "where - she graduated iiin 1954; daughter of Mr and Mrs L. O. Quade; took nurse's train- dng at Marshalltown and' has fbeen at St. Ann for past six ;months; likes dancing, reading, 'swimming, tennis and bowling. k Ruth Schadendorf — Born at Ledyard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf; 1956 grad of Lone Rock high, was employed at A.S'.C. office until suftering •injury in accident Jan. 16; hobbies include oil painting, all sports, sewing, music and church work. J0*A Sitbiiit — Born and raised h«r», daughter of M# and Mrs H W. Stebrit*; 1954 trud- uate of St. Cecelia; employed in office at St. Ann, has been in office of Dr. Bray for two ytarij hobbies include piano and sewing. Su»«n W«yd«ti — Born at St. Jote, went to school there nine years, graduating from St. Cecelia in 1958; parents are Mr and Mrs Matt Weydert of Algona; is helping at home at present; lists aancihg, records, movies and singing as hobbies. According to Winkel, many other girls were backed for nomination, but their total nominations fell short of those're* ceived for the top 11. Mrs A. L. Brown Dies Suddenly Word has been received of the death Monday morning of Mrs A. L. Brown at Salix. She was the wife of the former Kossuth County extension agent who served here several years. He resigned five years ago and moved to the old farm home at Salix. More recently Mr and Mrs Brown had moved to town but the ftwning was continued. Besides her husband Mrs Brown 1« survived by three sons, Deug- lae, Kenneth and Gordon. Funeral Strtleei weft held Wednesday at Salix aftd were attended by Mt and Mrs W. C. McDoUgalf ted Mrs Esther Helberg, long itime friends of the family. » Others who attended the rites were Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford, Mr and Mrs Wayne Keith, Hugh Black and Bob Johnson. 47th Anniversary For Julius Bolllgs A well known Kossuth County couple, Mr and Mrs Julius Bollig of Bancroft, celebrated their 4?th wedding anniversary Friday evening, April 12th, at & party in their honor, by their 10 children, at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, heat Algona. Five hundred was i played. Prizes went to Mrs Gordon Bollig and Gene Bollig for high and Mrs Cletus Muller and Donald Bollig for low. High nine prize went to Donald Bollig, Mrs Mayme Lentch and son, , Richard, of Comfrey, Minn., were guests. Mr* t#ntch was bridesmaid for the BolUgi and is ft sister of Mr Bolllg. A beautiful electric clock was g resented to them. Mrs Gordon ollig made the anniversary cake and decorated it with 47 years. Delicious lunch was served. Drive-in Opening, Algona's Drive-In Theatre will open Friday evening, it was announced this week by Dick Phillips, manager of the Alfonu and Drive-In theatres. Dave Long will be projectionist, and Merlin Mertz will be in charge of concessions. The first show will start at dusk, Friday evening. Speaks At Rotary C. R. Schoby. area supervisor for the A.S.C., was guest speaker at the Rotary meeting, Monday noon. Members of the county committee and Office Manager Virgil Rohlf were also guests for the program. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Carl Morck Jr. was hostess to her bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Morrcll PRIDE PRICES FO* APRIL 19-ZO SHORT 4HANK HOSTESS WHOLf SHANK P CAN HERSHEY'S OHOOOLATB SYRUP 16-02. CAN C STRAWBERRY XBAJT'S ICE PACKED Western READY FOR THE PAN PER LB. Wonder Strawberries 5 pkgs. $1,00 LAR6E 14-OZ. CAKE CA PLYMOUTH MAID v Vanilla or Neapolitan f ~ A i JL/ GAL. 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