The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 15
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1 Confirmation Dinners Held Sunday, Burt Sufi — Mr and Mrs Albert Peter gave a dinner in the Lutheran Church dining room honoring their daughter Linda's confirmation. Attending were Mrs H. E. Morgan, Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan and Mrs Louisa Peter of Algona; Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Luedtke and children, Mr and Mrs Carl Peter and family of Lotts Creek; Mr and Mrs Joe Olsen and family of Thor; Mr and Mrs Walter Peter and children of Webster City; Mr and Mrs Elmer Peter and son of Greenville; Mr and Mrs Harold Peter and family, Mr and Mrs F. E. Douglas and Edna Keleson, Algona, and from Burt were Rev. and Mrs Wittkopp and Mr and Mrs R. H. Peter and family. Mrs H. E. Morgan is Linda's great grandmother and the Ralph Morgans and Mrs Louisa Peter are her grandparents. Duane Willrett was also a member of the Confirmation Class and honoring him, his parents, the R. Willretts, entertained these relatives at a dinner at their home; Mrs Claus Wibben, Titotika; Mrs Clara Oken, Mrs Lucille Johnson, Dean Willrettt Mr and Mrs Erick Willrett and GHenn and Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett of Al#ona. thurtday, ApHt 25, 1957 Alaofta (la.) Uppar D*» Mo!n«-7 Mr and Mrs Ferm Sewick of Algona spent Saturday evening with Mrs Art Leason and Lura Sewick. Harry Sewick was also at the .Leason home. Mrs Al Hinckley with some 18 members of her Junior Fellowship Class visited the Maple Leaf Rest Home and Wilfair Haven Friday afternoon where they held Good Friday Services for the Shut-ins. The group also visited at the home of Mrs Effie Curtis. Larry Hinckley who is employed at Ottumwa spent the Easter weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Al Hinckley. Mrs Cora Stow observed her 83rd birthday anniversary recently and the following relatives and friends were with her on Sunday: Mr and Mrs W. E. Stow, Kristi and Pamela of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and Douglas, Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz and children of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege. Rev. and Mrs Wittkopp are moving to Marcus where they have purchased a home. Rev. Wittkopp has been pastor of the St. John's Lutheran Church here for the past seven years and will be retiring at this time. He gave SPEAKING: Mother's Day Plan To GIVE MOTHER Something ELECTRIC Whether it's a major appliance or a smell household 'servant' ... if it's ELECTRICAL it's a woman's favorite. See what your dealer has to show you now . . . then have that 'Something Elec- :rical' put aside for MOTHER'S DAY! • Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa his last sermon Easter Sunday, members of the congregation gave a farewell for the Wittkopps Monday evening. Both Rev. and Mrs Wittkopp are leaving many friends in this community. Bob Hafvey was in a Mason City hospital several days last week due to illness. He came borne Saturday and is improving. Lura Sewick of Forest City spent tha weekend at home and on Sunday She accompanied her sister, Mrs Leason and Harry Sewick to Spirit Lake for the day with the Jim Sewicks. Mr and Mrs Don Dremmel and childern of Dubuque spent the Easter weekend with the former's parents, ' Mr and Mrs Ray Dremmel and with Mrs Nell Dremmel. Easter Sunday dinner guests ax the Walter Steward home were Mr and Mrs Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce of Garner; Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas, Judy and Janice, and Roger Steward and a friend Of Fayette. The Burt Woman's Club held the April 15th meeting with Mrs Walter Lockwood with Mrs Dale Lockwood assisting. Mary Jean Andrews gave a book review Lunch was served ,by the hostesses to '25 members and one guest. Mrs Harold Reimers and Mrs M. J. Cunningham went to Estherville Friday to see Mrs Kate Menz who is a patient in the hospital there. Mrs Menz is an aunt of Mrs Cunningham and mother-in-law of Mrs Reimcrs. Harold Reimers went to Estherville Wednesday to donate blood for his grandmother. Mr and Mrs Wm. Madsen Jr. are parents of a daughter born April 11 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby weighed seven pounds, 14 ounces and has been named Janette Lucile. The Mad- serts have one son and three other daughters. Mr and Mrs Wm. Madsen Sr. are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhofl with Dorothy and Jerry spent thtt Easter weekend with Dr. and Mrs Kruger at Sigourney. The former is an uncle of Mrs Vanderhoff. Mrs Hapina Is Hostess, Doan Woman's Club Doan — The Doan Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs Sylvan Hanna on Wednesday afternoon, April 10. Mrs Harold Martinek gav* the lesson. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson end Linda visited at the Hollis Benschoter home on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Lee TGJey and daughter Betty Ann spent the weekend from Saturday, April IS until Tuesday, April 16 at the farm homes of Mr and Mrs Robert Kiley and Mr and Mrs Russell Kiley near Creston. They were ju. c t getting their oats seeded down there which was late for them because of the heavy snow they got a while before that which we did not get up here. The moisture was most welcome and they needed it. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson •spent Easter Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Kruse near LuVerne. Mr 'and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda visited at the Wilbur Zeigler home on Friday evening. The Doan W.S.C.S, met at the home of Mrs Fern Young, April 18. Mrs Bert Seely from Whittemore was a guest. Mrs Harvey Larson gave the lesson. Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt and two children Michael and BIG HOOVER SALE FULL-SIZED LIGHTWEIGHT CLEANER-THAT BEATS, AS IT SWEEPS, AS IT CLEANS Mod«l U ' • »«J*l**M»«««f«M and Your Old Cleaner WHILE THEY LAST Here is a full-sized, lightweight Hoover at a real saving. Features Hoover's famous cleaning action and it rolls over carpets easier than any cleaner you have ever used. If you have never owned a Hoover —• here's your chance, We suggest you come in soon, Our is limited. ^•^"wfemwP- -••"•- « North Iowa Appliance Center Nancy and Mrs Hattie Schmidt sppnt Easter Sunday at the Cliff Hoover home, Mrs James Ryburn and daughter Cindy and Mrs Cliff Hoover drove to Ccrwith on Monday oi last week and they spent the afternoon at the Lu Hoover home. Mrs Faye Hutchison and four children visited with her parents. Mr and Mrs Roy Bosen at Waterloo on Easter Sunday. Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt on Friday evening, helping Michael observe his birthday. Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley and Betty Ann drove to Albert Lea on Easter Sunday to spend the day with Mr and Mrs Charles Schnebly CMrs Kiley's parents) The Doan Woman's Club put on a morning coffee at the home of Mrs Harold Martinek on Thursday morning April 11. The club members brought guests so there were about fifty women or more present. Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover spent Tuesday evening of last week at the home of Mrs Hattie Schmidt in Algona to help Gordon Schmidt and his family observe his birthday. Mrs Gordon Davidson and Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston of Lu Verne drove to Webb, Iowa on Wednesday evening to attend the Senior Class play of Gordon's niece. The Doan WSCS will put on a Mother's Day Tea at the Doan Church Annex on Thursday afternoon May 2. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and daugnter Linda 1 were dinner guests at a family dinner on Easter Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson in Algona. Others who were present were Mr and Mrs Ed Larson and family and M'- and Mrs Franz Teeter and family. iJf Mr and Mrs bud Peterson of Waterloo spent the Easter weekend at the Roy Cunningham and Fred Asa homes. Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover called at the Elmer Phillips home in Sexton on Wednesday evening of last week. Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Asa and family and Mr and Mrs Bud Peterson of Waterloo were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa in Algona on Easter Sunday. Honor Waechters Silver Wedding Ottosen — About 50 persons were present for the open house Sunday afternoon honoring Mr and Mrs Anthony Waechter who will observe their 25th wedding anniversary on April 26. Hosts for the occasion were the Waech- ters' "s&hs and their 'daughter"jit.*;, law which includes Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter of Cylinder. Lyle a student at Iowa State College at Ames and Robert, Donald and Gary at home. Mrs Waechter's sister, Mrs Irvin Joynt of Webster, Wis., and her brother, Paul Dahlhauscr of West Bend, were attendants at the Waechter's wedding, and they were present. The couple were married at St. Michael's church in Whittemore by the Rev. William Veit who is still pastor at that church. Mrs Joynt presided at the coffee service and Mrs Verne Waechter had charge of the guest book. Guests came from Whittemore, Mason City, Algona, West Bend, Ottosen, Iowa City, Webster, Wisj and Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Waechter and their family were dinner guests previous to the open house at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Dahlhauser at West Bend. Evening callers at the Waechter home included Mr and Mrs Irvin Joynt and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser and Max, West Bend, and Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna. = Scouts Take Hike Swea Cily — Saturday morning Rev. A. L. Rutledge, Scoutmaster, accompanied eight scouts on a hike south of town to the branch of the Des Moines Rivei locally known as • 'Six Mile Creek.' 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