The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 18, 1957
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.-^^-^. M»fMl ' ApH! 18, 19S7 LMii Letts Creek Ladfces .,.„ April 14 and h*W a balte sale at tlve churcn with sent. Mrs WiM» aftd Mrs EawiA hostesses. liifc s-8« \mm „ ..«,.. Joe £umaoh and ^v.u K < Kadjng by Mrs W> H. Meyer. Mr and Mrs G. A, Willkopf entertained at dinner at Van's Cafe Sunday S» hoftbt of theii fi»*6ht who WAS confirmed he THttify LutfterSft church. MiloRentzTo HeadAlgona Moose Lodge > . . Wttt mfcbiing pill be Iho) 10, tyilh S. special Mttther Bay foretiftm. Mfs <&orgfe Wo . Mrs Harold WoiMer will b tain , Mrs A5eX- Radig will enter . Old artd ftc\v dothiftg is bcin for the Cherokee hos no pftal, *fid jshfrtSld be left later fhaft May 12 Jn the Plum Cw*k The Plum Crt*k Women's club d Tuesday afternoon, April 9 with Mrs Claude Seeley. The meeting was held a day earlier than customary due to a Meeting at the hf&h school. Mrs C-feorge Johnson rfead an Easter fx>em and, Mrs August Skgle gave a The next regular meeting will be hold Mav 8 with Mrs Doan Jergenson. This te the annual guest day meeting. The program will be in chat-gte of Pearl Etherington. Each member is requested to prepare one planned pro gram of the new year and sob itiit it to program chairman, Mrs George Johnson. Fnnks Dinner Hosts Mr and Mre Ray Funk had dinner guests Sunday ift honor of the confirmation of their s6n Leonard *nd also }n honor of the confirmation of Mrs Funk's niece Patricia Schneider, daughter of Mr and Mre Paul Schneider. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Leo Xuehnast and Diane, Mr and Mrs Ed Kuehnast of Humboldt, and. Mrs Alyin Johnson of H&iv..,, Mr and Mrs George Schneider of Bancroft, Mr and Mre Arnold Meyer of Lone Rook, Fred Schneider of LuVerne, Lois Funk. R. N., of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge; Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider and Adrian Casler. Rayal Neighbors To Meet The Royal Neighbors'Of Algona will be host to a convention to be held April 25 at the KC hall. The area meeting will start at 1:15 p.m. with a banquet at 6 p.m. Banquet reservations should be madt with Audrey Fryo. The evening program 'begins at 8 p.m. and the public is invited. son in the . Guests were Mr and Mrs Fre<i Friftk and Mrs Martha Greinert 01 xynitteniore, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wittk^pf send family, M-,* Ida WHtkopf, AJh-fed Witlkopt and Ella and Ida Sumach. afternoon was spent at thfe kopfs home oft west street and a buffet lunch was served before the guests left for their homes. Fifth Mrs James Will gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebt* tion of the fifth birthday of hen daughter Debra Rao. <5ttests Jwre Kay Bradford. Dennis aftd Becky Strayer, Kathy and Kenny Mic Bride, Carol Adams. Jinimib Campbell, Kristine Rochleau and he hottot%e> bt-o'ther, Brian Scott, The children attended a matinee which Was followed by games. and refreshments at the' home. ot Marriage At St. Cecelia's Catholic church marriage banns have been read or Bernard Zeller, Si. Joe. and Susie Wagner. Sylvester Hayes, flason City and Marguerite Mulligan, Irvington, Gordon Winel and Dolores Hammes, Em- meteburg, and Johft Eller and Phyllis Faith. Pink & Blue Shower Mrs Ronald Taylor gave s gink and blue shower last week Tuesday evening for Mre Orlan Mrto Rentt, »bov«. , . was elected as Governor of the Moose Iiodge of Alg«n», in tne annual election of officers held last Thursday evening. He will succeed A. E. Briggs, retiting Governor. , Other, officers elected i Mcndsy tl tiws the funeral fot IP* farofek .*-.••«» B«» ..... Mrs WeinfcfrtiPs patents, Mt and Mrs Leonard Christ attd the Alm BoeUfchtt tanttt& *tt and !M» Albih Nels&ri tod ™.tUy of, Buffalo Gertie* fchd tm. Leonaw Boettchw family <* Elmore 'foere Friday night TCIJ, aeivite \jn rwiiy jJMsitOITS Jn thfe t*&n8tfl W$in- will e* Mass on Thwrs* phauf home. , . *, , Mr and Mrs Verfwwi SmiUt evening at 7;SO and «>n Good Friday, devottons . «ffl > r an ero Smith *«. |6rt*iwed »t Sunday dinner of the - *t Ott. Those in attendance were Mre Jack Dutton. Mrs Russell Hutchison, Mrs E. L. Campbell Mrs A. L. Rochleau, Mre James Will and Dorothy Cogley. rea>ttt*ian Women The Presbyterian Women's organization will mtVi Thursday. April 18, for a 1;1S dessert luncheon. Devotions will be given by Mrs Alwin Huenhold. Mre Will", iam Finn will give the program. Wrs W. S. Hamstreet of Burt will guest speaker. Four Corners Club The "Four Corners Mothers and Daughters" club mci Thursday. April 11 with Mrs Cecil Sjustrom who was assisted by Mre John Rich. Twenty two members and four guests were present. A book review wa* given by Mre Earl Miller. The center of diplomatic activ- ty during World War II was at isbon. Portugal, because it was , one of the few neutral capitals. IDEAl EASTER ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL THE FAMILY Thfe Genewtl Ffrdetefton bf Women's Clubs Colls It"BEST OF THE Y€AR" ALGONA SUNDAY and MONDAY (SPECIAL MATINEE MONDAY) HarJan^sigsoefe, tfeasiirsr; Dwlt 3. Thi&sen, tJt^latc; and wtt. Ressler, S j-eat trustee. > (CDM foto and engraving). Bride-To-Be Honored At St. Joe Shower Si. ^tae ^— Datlenfe Lampe was! Honored at a pre-huptial showe in St. Joseph's Hall on Sunda afternoon. The honoree receive many pretty and useful gifts. Th gift table was centered with miniature bride «nd attendants i; the bride-to-be's colors, yellow and green. The afternoon wa spent playing cards and socially In bridge prizes were awarded k Mre Mary Reding and Mrs Nick Borrnann and in 500 Mre Raphat Faber and Coleen Collins received prises. Mrs Henry Bormann received the plate prize. Miss Lampfc. daughter of Mr -aiKl,Wps-Ed-Lampe .of AU>m^.-CiU will be the bride of Gregorj Origer, son of Mr and Mre John Origer of here, on A.pril 23 in St CohimbkilPs Catholic Church in Varina. Mrs Jim Reding was pleasant!} surprised in her home on Friday evening when relatives came to help her observe her birthday which was on Saturday, April ISth. Mr and Mre William McGuirc arc parents of a son born Saturday, April 13th, in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Marguerite Erpelding of Whittomorc is assisting with the household duties in the McGuire home. Mrs Laurence Gis<;h and Mrs Duane Arend, Tommy, Loraine, Raschel and Steve all from Algona and Mre Luke Hamilton Easter Vwl service wlU lo:30 oft Satwdaj fcvenitt$ the Vigil Mass to begin at night On Easter Sunday v..^,^ w-ill only t* one Mssss and tMat will be at 9 «>locik. Th6 Yaan« Men's Ch6it x^ll ^Inf tt^ Mfes ahd appropriate h^hS 6-«TBastfct Sunday, .. VfV ' Confirmation AHakofaFor IZYouflB '(.'.•'.-•:•. .• - •• : Lakofa — CoftfirmatSoti *er- JceS 'w%i-e li^ld Sunday ifht*ning at the w j*esbyjbfian^cnat*h for Eldon Bass.:m«n Hfead, Divid Ley, David Winter, Richard Lewis, Roger Brack,, Robert Hamilton, Donovan Cook, Linda Koj>pen, SattfKJra Apka, Sharon Apka and Shirley Smith. Band Mothers Meet The Mesdanties P. C. Geilenfeldt, Irvin Kappen and Thomas Thompson were hostesses to the Band Mothers at the Hot Lunch room Monday night They have paid for ten new Band " snd also paid thfe balance on new Bell Lyre. There will be election of new Officers *t the May meeting. Mr and Mrs Marcus Rippentrop and children of West Des Moines were weekend guests of O. J. and Joe Rippentrop. Mre L. A. Nitz .and "Mrs Mary Telkamp were hostess 4o the Lodyard Township Farm Bureau Homemakers Friday afternoon. Mre Jerry Heetland gave a talk and Mre Telkamp told abqiit the trip to Des Moines which she re- Hocppner. Mre Fred Chriiit/and Mre Schadendorf also went from Lakota. Mr and Mrs Edward Nelson of Brainerd, Minn, were recent overnight guests of Mr Nelson's sister, Mre Anna Ogren. This Nelsons wore enroute to their home from southern Texas wlwarte 4h*y had spent the winter. The Mesdames Charles Gut cnecht and Jerry Hoetland accompanied by Mrs Andrew Jan«*n and Mre Alvin Rippcntrpp went to Algona Wednesday to attend an extension lesson. Saturday night and Sunday •uests in the Elton Head home i-erc Mre Aider Blad and S'Ohs Raymond and Jimmie Lee o; essup. They are mother anc rothere of Mre Head and came attend the confirmation of o Pres*ntm KATHARINE LANCASTER HEPBURN E-INTHEATRf PHONE 4-2057 FRIDAY-APRIL 19 (Open at 6:30 - Show Starts at Dusk) On The Screen: FRIDAY & SATURDAY Audie Murphy Mar. Blonchard In "DESTRY" John Wayne Ray Milland In "REAP THE WILD WIND STARTS SUNDAY - 2 Days! THE RAINMAKER WEIIDEUCeKY-.UOrD NIDGES •EttiKtiuiui SHERIDAN COCHRWi Come next Spring -Uju ' m omit , IWDjUnsoi b . MiY KIDS! FREE iASTgR iSC TREATS AT DRIVE-IN THEATRE SUNDAY NITE! I BltonM.adJr, F«sd ^hnfeph d* inn. w«re Sunday - ot .thfeit daughter hirlfey with in* grandparents, and Mrs tomes Smith and Mt and Mrs Jerry »e^tiat«J, Gerald tteelland, Mrs Anrta Ogren, MiSs ^*?S*^. j|«*ttand aad Roger Smith of Elmt>r€ as guests. Mrs Tillie Swenson returned to Mr home m Po^dfife Sunday after having been a guest of her daaghten Mrs Robert Hamilton for the past week. The Messers ,and Mesdame Robert Hamilton: and Alton And *rson were in Minneapolis, Apr 8, and attended the Sport Shew Roger Smith of Elmore is, spending » week Easter vacation with his ftahdparents, Mr and Mrs James Smith. The Arlowe Blome family and Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder were Sunday 'dinner guests of Mr and Mrs J V C, Bloitie. They enjoj-ed coloreaiBde^ «>t the 5eh- toeder's retent %ijj tb ! 15alifbiTM Vlother-Daughter Janquet Set For St. Benedict, May 1 Sfc Benedict — On the evening o! May 1 the C. D. A. will hold rts Mothere-Daughters banquet at St. Benedict School Hall. Mrs Alex Eischen and Mrs Matt Bpr- Wifihh are on the ticket committee. Robert Amdorfer of Algona. "lUifi Arhaorfer family also ------ If thf *ome of jPhlHp'a brother, Julian, who also lives ia Waterloo. * „ Mwty Daley woa high bri«e at thi .hofliU 6f - -* * . John Preuschl on MtShday, April 8. The party this *feik will be in thfe home of Af gi£ Rosehmfefer. Relatives ftrtd ttiends of this vicinity .attended list rites for raalHs IBtldL Wermetsen in Fort Dodge Tdesdijy, At the time o! death h& Uvfea in Califoaiia. He is a nephew o { Nick Raskopf and a cousin to Mrs . Orville Downs, ttenrielta BliggJ of Algona is a sister. The daughter bom 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. sponsor* were her aunt, Mrs Harvie Kampman oKDumont and a eon- A small robin knocked himself out at Aiidubon recently, whed he flew hesd-on into a picture window. The home-owner satt the bird kicking convulsively blithe ground, brought hint inside^ the house and In about II minutes he wasj revived and wa: sent on his way. Vj \fc'*£ n&t iM -*sw at -.->:* ' have oiserved thelf'l the tH«i,flibfiaoyt "6UNWf r dP SPECIAL MATINEE ALGONA Special Easter MATINEE SAT., 2:00 pi. (Adm. 25c - SOc) ROY ROGERS in 'THE MAN FROM OKLAHOMA" 6 - PIUS Color Cartoons nr"^-, fed THE GREAT AMERICAN PASTIME foM imiL * ANNE S "FRANCIS * ANN MILLER PLUS 2nd HIT "THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS ...and the nan wbi tracked her dnra! An AUJED ARTISTS.Picture. 10HN s >~ MM! 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