The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 18, 1957
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I^AIfftftt Oft.) Up^»t Gti Moln*» Thursday, April 16, 1957 .E S AA 01 N E Lott* Cre«k Aid Lotts Creek Ladies Aid met April 12 and held a bake sale at the chufcH with about ?0 present. Mrs Wilma Wichtendah, and Mrs Edwin Wichtendah] were hostesses. Thank you letters were road from Joe Zumach and Douglas Ksding by Mrs W. H. Meyer. The next meeting will be held May 10, with a special Mother's Day program. Mrs George Wolter, Mrs Harold Wolfer will be hostesses, and Mrs Herb Potratz aid Mrs Alex Radig will entertain. Old and new clothing is being collected for the Cherokee hospital, and should be left not later than May 12 in the church basement—only washable things, please. Plum Creek Women Meet The Plum Creek Women's club met Tuesday afternoon, April 9, with Mrs Claude Seeley. The meeting was held a day earlier than customary due to -a meeting at the high school. Mrs George Johnson read an Easter poem and Mrs August Slagle gave a reading. The next regular meeting will be held May 8 with Mrs Dean Jergenson. This Is the annual guest day meeting. , The program will be in charge of Pearl Etherington. Each member is requested to prepare one planned program of the new year and submit it to program chairman, Mrs George Johnson. Funks Dinner Hosts « Mr and Mrs Ray Funk had dinner guests Sunday in honor of the confirmation of their son Leonard and. also in. honor of the confirmation of Mrs Funk's niece Patricia Schneider, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Leo Kuehnast and Diane, Mr and Mrs Ed Kuehnast of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Alvin Johnson of Hardy, Mr and Mrs George Schneider of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer of Lone Rock, Fred Schneider of LuVerne, Lois Funk, R. N.. of DesfMoines, Mr and Mr* W. B. Ridge, Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider .and .Adrian Casler. Royal Neighbors To Meet The Royal Neighbors of Algona Will be host to a convention to be .held April 25 at the KG hall. The area meeting will start at 1:15 p.m. with a banquet at 6 p.m. Banquet reservations should be macle With Audrey Frye. The evening program begins at 8 p.m. and the public is invited. Confirmation Dinner Mr and Mrs G. A. Wittkopf entertained at dinner at Van's Cafe Sunday in honor of theii son Eugene who was confirmed in the Trinity Lutheran church. Guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Frink and Mrs Martha Greinert of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wittkopf and family, Mrt> Ida Wittkopf, Alfred Wittkopi and Ella and Ida Zumach. The afternoon was spent at the Witt- kopfs home on west Nebraska street and a buffet lunch wag served before the guests left for their homes. Fifth Birthday *~ Mrs James Will gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the fifth birthday of her daughter Debra Rao. Guests were Kay Bradford, Dennis and Becky Strayer, Kathy and Kenny Me Bride, Carol Adams, Jimmio Campbell, Kristine Rochleau and the honoree's brother, Brian Scott. The children attended a matinee which was followed by game.s and refreshments at the home. Banns of Marriage At St. Cecelia's Catholic church marriage banns have been read for Bernard Zeller, St. Joe, and Susie Wagner, Sylvester Hayes, Mason City and Marguerite Mulligan, Irvington, Gordon Winkel and Dolores Hammes, Eni- metsburg, and John Ellcr and Phyllis Faith. Pink & Blue Shower Mrs Ronald Taylor gave a pink and blue shower last week Tuesday evening for Mrs Orlan Ott. Those in attendance were Mrs Jack Dutton, Mrs Russell Hutchison, Mrs E. L. Campbell, Mrs A. L. Rochleau, Mrs James Will and Dorothy Cogley. Presbyterian Women The Presbyterian Women's organization will meet . Thursday, April 18, for a 1:15 dessert luncheon. Devotions will be given by Mrs Alwin Huenhold. Mrs William Finn will give the program. Mrs W. S. Hamstreet of Burt will be guest speaker. Four Corners Club The "Four Corners Mothers and Daughters" club met Thursday, April 11 with Mrs Cecil Bjustrom who was assisted by Mrs John Rich. Twenty two | members and four guests were present. A book review was given by Mrs Earl Miller. The center of diplomatic activity during World War II was at Lisbon, Portugal, because it was one of the few neutral capitals. Milo Rent z To Head Algona Moose Lodge * V '~ ' " " ^'Wl-1; IDEAL EASTER ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL THE FAMILY . . The General Federation of Women's Clubs Calls It: "BEST OF TJHE YEAR" ALGONA SUNDAY and MONDAY (SPECIAL MATINEE MONDAY) Paramount Pr«f»nt» BURT KATHARINE LANCASTER HEPBURN THE RAINMAKER WUW-llOi'Q EARL mum Mllo «Renlz, pictured Above, was elected as Governor of the Moose Lodge of Algona, in the annual election of officers held last Thursday evening. He will succeed A. E. Briggs, retiring Governor. Other officers elected included Harlan Sigsbee, treasurer; Dr. R. J. Thissen, prelate; and Win. Ressler. 3 year trustee. (UDM foto and engraving). Bride-To-Be Honored At St. Joe Shower St. Joe*— Darlene Lampe was honored at a pre-niiptial shower in St. Joseph's Hall on SUnday afternoon. The honorce received many pretty and useful gifts. The gift table was centered with a miniature bride and attendants in the bride-to-be's colors, yellow and green. The afternoon was spent playing cards and socially. In bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs Mary Reding and Mrs Nick Bormann and in 500 Mrs Raphael Faber and Coleen Collins received prizes. Mrs Henry Bormann received the plate prize. -••• Miss - Lampe;- daughter of 'Mr and Mrs Ed Lampe of Albert City will be the bride of Gregory Origer, son of Mr and Mrs John Origer of here, on April 23 in St. Columbkill's Catholic Church in Varina. Mrs Jim Reding was pleasaritly surprised in her home on Friday evening when relatives came to help her observe her birthday which was on Saturday, April 13th. Mr and Mrs William McGuire are parents of a son born Saturday,' April 13th, in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Marguerite Er- peldjng of Whittemore is assisting with the household duties in the McGuire .home. Mrs Laurence Gisch and Mrs Duane Arend, Tommy, Loraine, Raschel and Steve all from Algona and Mrs Luke Hamilton and Jean from Bancroft Were supper guests in the Wilfred Kohlhaas home on Wednesday evening in observance t>f > the 9th birthday of Ronald Hohthias. Mr and Mrs John Botrfiann and Nofmaii spent Sundlf|r"«ncl Monday at Earling vlsitiftg ttia- tives and friends and attetttied the funeral service on Motrday morning for Mrs John Wflwerd- Ing, rnother-in-law of Mft |Jor- mann's brother. . • • Holy Week service on Holy Thursday will be Mass on Thursday evening at 7:30 and on Good Friday, devotions Will be ftt 3 o'clock in the afterrtoofl. The Easter Vigil service will begin at 10:30 on Saturday evening fcith the Vigil Mass to begin at mid^ night. On Easter Sunday there will only be one Mass and thai will be at 9 o'clock. The Young Men's Choir will sing tnft Mass and appropriate hymns on Easter Sunday. Confirmation At Lakof a For 12 Youths Lakota — Confirmation services were held Sunday fltotning at the Presbyterian chiilth for Eldon Hads, Elton Headj David Ley, David Winter, Richard Lewis, Roger Brack, Robert Hamilton, Donovan Cook, Linda Koppen, Saundra Apka, Sharon Apka and Shirley Smith. Band Mothers Meet The Mesdames P. C. Geilenfeldt, Irvin Koppen and Thomas Thompson were hostesses to the Band Mothers at the Hot Lunch room Monday night. They have paid for ten new Band uniforms and also paid the balance on a new Bell Lyre. There will be election of new officers at the May meeting. Mr and Mrs Marcus Rippentrop and children of West Des Moines were weekend guests of O. J. and Joe Rippentrop. Mrs L. A. Nitz and Mrs Mary Telkamp were hostess to the Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakers Friday afternoon. Mrs Jerry Heetland gave a talk and Mrs Telkarnp *"*" *•**" *'*^^ _.,, — "v*^"fer*" **•**" *j'*v^^^'. ™ i « * •"-? 1 vrP "*'*"*' i trip to Des Moines which ahe're- 1 ceived as vice president, Mr? Hoeppner, Mrs Fred Christ and Mrs Schadendorf also went 1 from Lakota. Mr and Mrs Edward Nelson of Brainerd, Minn, were .recent overnight guests of Mr Nelson's sister, Mrs Anna Ogren. The Nelsons were enroute to their Jiome from southern Texas where 'ih'e'y had spent the winter. The Mesdames Charles Gut- kaecht and Jerry Heetland accompanied by Mrs Andrew Jansen and Mrs Alvin Rippentrop went to Algona Wednesday to attend an extension lesson. Saturday night and Sunday guests in the Elton Head home were Mrs Alder Blad and sons Raymond and Jimmie Lee of Jessup. They .are mother and brothers of Mrs Head and came to attend .the confirmation of INTHEATQI PHONE 4-2057 FRIDAY - APRIL 19 (Open at 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk) On The Screen; FRIDAY & SATURDAY Audie Murphy Mar. Blanchard in "DESTRY" John Wpyne R$r, MJIIand •*' In- "RJAPTHI WILD WIND STARTS SUNDAY - 2 Days! ^^^.PWMOW, SHERIDAN-COGMIAN Come next Spring m Mum L OUHE i lADDAllYSOH HEY KIDS! FIP MIIP160 TREATS AT THf DRIVE-IN THEATRE SUNDAY NIT6! Elton Head Jr. Mr and Mrs Fred Schneph crt Jamesville, Minn, were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mrs Schneph's brother, Leonard Weinkauf and family. Oth«r guests were Mrs Weinkauf's parents, Mr and Mrs Leonard Christ and the Alvin Boettcher family. Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson and family of Buffalo Center and the Leonard Boettcher family 6f Elmore were Friday night visitors in the Leonard Wein- hauf home. Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith entertained at Sunday dinner of the confirmation of their daughter Shirley with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs James Smith and Mr and Mrs Jerry Meetland, Gerald Heetland, Mrs Anna Ogren, Miss Hannah Heetland and Roger Smith of Elmore as guests. Mrs Tillie Swenson returned to her home in Postville Sunday after having been a guest of her daughter, Mrs Robert Hamilton for the past week. The Messers and Mesdames Robert Hamilton and Alton Anderson were in Minneapolis, Apr. 8, and attended the Sport Show. Roger Smith of Elmore is spending a week Easter vacation with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs James Smith. The Arlowe Blome family and -•Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs J.-C. Blome. They enjoyed colored;slides of the Schroeder's recent trip to California. Mother-Daughter Banquet Set For St. Benedict, May 1 • St. Benedict — On the evening of May 1 the C. D. A. will hold its Mothers-Daughters banquet at St. Benedict School Hall. Mrs Alex Eischen and Mrs Matt Bormann are on the ticket committee. The daughter born to Mr and Mrs Duane Hanig of Waterloo, was 'baptized Jolene Fay at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, April 14. The little miss was born March 30. Her sponsors were her aunt, Mrs Harvie Kampman of Dumont and a cou- sin, Robert Afndorfef of Algona. The Philip Affctfotfer family also visited at thi home of Philip's brother, Julian, who also lives In Waterloo. Mary Daley wop high Jtfize at the home of Mrs John Preuschl on Mohdajr, Aftfil 8. The party this week Will be in thfc home of Aggie Rosentneyer. Relative! arid friends of this vicinity attended list rites for Claire (Baa) Wermtrsen in Fort Dodge Tuesday. At the time of death he livea In Gslifoinia. He is a iiephew of flick Raskopf and a cousin to Mrs Orville Downs. Henrietta Bfiggs of Algona is a sister. SUMP A small robin knocked himself out at Audubon recently, when he flew head-on into a picture window. The home-owner saw the bird kicking convulsively On the ground, brought hirn inside the house and in about 10 minutes he was revived and was sent on his way. ALGONA Special Easter MATINEE SAT., 2:00 p.m. (Adm. 2Sc - SOe) ROY ROGERS in "THE MAN FROM OKLAHOMA" - PLUS 6 Color Cartoons ..'oftde* "radii this Js ^tecptd for fofftfs, Mr fchd MM SaffttKif fit- , lor, who fofmerly lived in Jowa at Colfax, have observed theft ?lst anniversary. . Howe invented the firrt sewing machine in 184S. ' tit* thwtday: "BUNOtl OP 1OT" FRIDAY A SATURDAY SPECIAL MATINEE FRIDAY ALGONAO MGM t>ret*ftt» THE GREAT AMERtCAN PA&TSW Starring TOM EWELL*'ANNE FRANCIS * ANN MILLER PLUS 2nd HIT "THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS" ...and Die man who tracked her down! 1 An ALLIED ARTISTS Picture •tarrlna JOHN ' ERICSON- BLANCHARD • BRAND WITH Launderers & Dry Cleaners After Algona Dry Cleaners and Launderers Sta-Nu Storage Box Plan,I STA-NU SU-NUL STA-NU The Safe, Convenient, Worry-Free Way To Store Winter Clothing, Jackets, Blankets Throughout The Warm Summer Months! WE GIVE YOU THE BOX... YOU FILL IT! 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