The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 20
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(la.) Uppftf S«t thurtdery, Aptfl 25, 1957 Showers Honor 2 Titonka Girls, Soon To Be Brides Titonka — A shower was held in honor of Gladys Harms,, Monday evening, April 8th, at the Methodist church in Titonka with a large crowd in attendance. The evening entertainment was opened with a short program af- trr which the bride-to-be opened her many gifts with the assistance of Mrs Arlene Seehower of Mason City and Janice Harms. Three cousins of the bride carried the gifts to arid from the able. They were Judy Rippentrop, Sharon Harmes and Elaine RicKs. At the serving table at which Miss Harms aunt, Mrs John K. Harms of Burt, poured, was a wedding cake and a phetograph of both the bride and the groom. At the close of the evening lunch was served by 25 hostesses, neighbors and friends of both the bride and the groom. Miss Harms became the brjde of Loren Hansen on Tuesday evening, April 23, at the Ramsey Reformed church. Over 100 guests were present at a shower Friday evening at the Good Hope Lutheran parlors in honor of Joan Johnson, daughter of Mr arid Mrs John D. Johnson of Titonka. Miss Johnson became the bride of Eldon Goeke of Elmore on Easter Sunday evening, April 21. Miss Johnson was assisted by a friend Miss JoAnn Pint of Buffalo Center and Arlene and Arlis Goeke of Elmore, both sisters of the groom-to-be. Her two cousins Carol Ann Johnson of Hardy and Pamela Keil of Ledyard also helped to carry the gifts to and from the table. A program Wiis given after which the guest of honor opened her many gifts. At the close of the evening lunch was served with Mrs Lilah Keil of Ledyard pouring and the following ladies acting as hostesses: Mrs Wm. Boyken, Mrs Martin Brandt, Mrs Ted Van Hove, Mrs Clayton Whalen, Mrs Sylvan Hanna, Mrs Prank Fish- fir, Mrs Alvin Honken, Mrs & e o r g e Jesse, Mrs Clifford Krantz, Mrs Miller Nelson, Mrs Donald Norland, Mrs Edward Sathoff and Mrs Telko Stecker. W.S.C.S. Election The Methodist W.S.C.S met April 10 and election of officers were held with the following elected for the coming year: president, Mrs ' Walker McDonald; vice president. Mrs Hazel Carroll; secretary, Mrs Eldon Atti; treas- i urer, Mrs Erwin Eden: spiritual ' life. Mrs Harold Burgess; promotion, Mrs Leo Richter; missionary education and service, Mrs Wm. Schram; Christian Social relations and local church activities, Mrs Morris Givens and Mrs Hay Hanseh; student work, Mrs Clark Miller; children's work, Mrs John Isebrand; literature and publications, Mrs Sophus Nelson; supply work, Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher and status of women, Mrs Win. Peterson. Five Confirmations Five members of the Good Hope Lutheran church and six members of the Immanuel Lutheran church of Titonka were confirmed during the Palm Sunday services. Good Hope members: Ardith Brandt, Sharon Schmidt, Marybeth Stecker, Sherry Wenger and David-'Wil- lemssen were confirmed by the Rev. B. H. Schwerin. Immanuel members were: Kenneth DeWard of Britt, Edward Mayland. Ronald Meyer, Leon Buss, Mildred Ullmann and Beverly Haack and they were confirmed by the Rev. H. A. Diets. Conrad Mayland, who has been making his home with Mr and Mrs Nick Heesch returned Sunday after spending the past few weeks at the Iowa City hospital undergoing surgery on one of his eyes. The Senior class of Titonka spent Friday and Saturday in Minneapolis on their Skip Day. They were chaperoned by Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Sexton. Mr Sexton was the bus drvier. Mr and Mrs Harry Alt and Karen of Algona and Mrs Wm. Spear and family of Wallingford, Mrs Anna Haack of Fenton, Mrs Katie Rode, Mr and Mrs Forrest Rode, Junior, Alfred and Paul were Sunday dinner guests in the Walter Haack home Sunday. Mrs Anna Swyter, Mr and Mrs Nick Heesch were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Welhousen and Cecil. 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Aid there's a si?e to suit your needs. Ask Us where you can we a new Sutler Building in W» near you. It will pay you to get our price before you build. W* will to glad to work with your architect pr you cao w» our cwaplel* building servife. Call or writ* 1 W.., BUTLER WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bud) W»it, 8«1»| Representative ^ So l*lh ~ JHient 49991 Fort Dodge, Iowa Mr and Mrs Ted Hike have purchased the home of Mr and Mrs timer Peterson during the past week. * Mr and Mrs Herman Askeland and Mr and Mrs Herman Aske- tand Jr. and family of Armstrong were dinner guests at the home t.>f Mr and Mrs Version Wenger in honor of Sherry's confirmation. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Harold Opsal and family of Swea City. M and Mrs Harm Huisenga and family and Mr and Mrs harvey neyer and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Bruns and family. Miss Alice and Minney Pannkuk accompanied Mr and Mrs Irvin Pannkuk and family to Hippey Sunday where they visited wiih their orother and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Pannkuk and lamily. Mr ana Mrs Telko Stecker en- teriained in honor of Marybeth's connrmation: Mr and Mrs Ben r'annkuk and family and Miss francis Panntcuk of Mason City and Marlene Stecker and friends Norman \Vagner and Marilyn ihocie of Des Moines, and Rev, and Mrs B. il. Schwerin and family Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lee Hench and daughter Marietta of Eau Claire wise., arrived Friday to visit at the home of Mr Hench's father and brother, Mr and Mrs Art Hench and family and Mr C. B. iiench. They left Monday to visit at Spirit Lake also. Mrs Katheryn Swan and Mrs Annabell Swan spent Thursday afternoon at Britt where they visited Mrs Viola Swan and helped her to celebrate her birthday. evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Buddy Heesch were: Mr and Mrs Virgil Heesch and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Irvin Brandt and Carmen of Woden, Mr and Mrs Herman Weihousen and Cecil, Mrs Nick Heesch, Conrad Mayland, and Mrs Anna Swyter in honor of Mr and Mrs Heesch son Mark's first oirthday. The basement has been dug and foundation is being laid at the farm house of Mr and Mrs John Pannkuk. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family drove to Iowa Fall?, Sunday, and visited at the home ot Mr and Mrs John Van Hove and family there. The Van rtove's are cousins. Father & Son * Banquet For Ledyard Apr. 28 Ledyard - • The Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart Parish met on Wednesday, April 10, for. a 1 .o'clock luncheon. Twen'ty-fi members were present. Mrs Verne Anderson, chairman of the menu committee fdr the Father-Son banquet, gave a report. After listening to estimates for enclosing the kitchen, building a snack bar, and for purchasing a steam cabinet, Mrs Vern Anderson made a motion to purchase the steam cabinet and Mrs Hubert Govern seconded it. It was voted'to purchase the steam cabinet to serve 300 people and if possible have it installed in time for the banquet on Sunday evening, April 28th. The Southwest and Northeast groups, under the chairmanship of Mrs J. J. McDonald and Mrs Frank Rotterman will clean the basement. Father Maynard, former Ledyard priest, now of Graettinger, will be the speaker of the Father- Son banquet, with musical numbers by the boys groijp and John Miller. Following .the business meeting Margaret Powers and Vicki Thilges played piano solos. Father Montag showed the new Holy Week books and explained the new ceremonies for Palm Sunday and Holy Week, Win Music Honors The State solo and ensemble music contest for northern Iowa class D schools was held in Fer tile on April 12 and 13. Ledyard community school had several entries in the contest Division I ratings were given to the following: Clarinet quartet: Betty Herzog, Sandra Fennema, Gretchen Looft and Elaine Steinberg; girls quartet: Ann Egesdal, Ruth Wai' lentine, Shirley Udstuen, Ruth PJoeger; flute quartet: Ann Egesdal, Ruth Wailenline, Pamela Keil, Virgil Wallentinc; trombone quartet: Melvin Wentworth, Marilyn King, Deanria Wiemer, Dean Logernan; Alto Saxaphone solo: Ruth Ploeger; Baritone Euphonium solo: Shirley Udstuen. W.S.C.S. EiecUon*Hsld The Woman's Society ol Christian Service met at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ray Wentworth and Mrs Glenn Burrow as hostesses, Final plans were made for the Mother-Daughter banquet which will be prepared and served by the men of the church on Thurd- day, May 2. The following new oTficcrs were elected: President, Mrs Glenn Burrow; vice president, Mrs William Klinker; recording secretary, Mrs Dale Canfield; treasurer, Mrs Harold Herzog; promotion secretary, Mrs Cecil Pingel; secretary of Christian Social Relations, Mrs Edward Looft; secretary of Spiritual Life, Mrs George Thompson; secretary of Missionary Education, Mirs Zilphy Hardt; Supply Secretary, Mrs |J, A. Carpenter. Student Secretary, Mrs N. A. Pingel; Status of Women Chairman, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer; Secretary of Literature, Mrs Ray Wentworth; Circle Chairmen, Mrs Marie HalvofSOh, Mrs D. B. Mayer; Stcrttai-y of Children Work, Mrs Fred Button; SeefStSfy of Youth WorTt, Mrs Harold H*r- 20g. Following the business meeting Mrs Cecil Pingel had charge of the program. Mrs Richard Schmertzler went to Des Moines for the weekend to visit at the horrte of Mr and Mrs George GoniaS and Peggy Mayer. Mrs Marie Halvofson and Marvel went to Waterloo oh Saturday to spend the weekend with Dr and Mrs Paul Wilson and sons. On last Sunday Mrs Marthn Schroeder and Barbara and Karen, Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and son, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Brandt went to Whittemore where they attended the baptismal services for Craig Arvid. the son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade. Following- the services all attended a dinner at the A. Gade home. Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs J. A. Zweifel of Corwith, and their daughter, Mrs Bob Wessels of Grand Rapids, Michigan fend Isabel and Janette Mason of Lu- Verne were Sunday dinner guests at Belmond. Pat Sullivan, son of Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan, left Monday for Camp Chaffee, Ark., where he will begin basic training. Mr and Mrs William Stubbe and Bonnie and Laurie of Ankeny spent the weekend here visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes and at the home of Mrs Martha Hagge. Mr and Mrs J. F. . Sullivan, Jeremiah and Madonna attended the funeral of Matt Krebsbach Saturday morning at St. Michael's Catholic 'Church, Whittemore. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended the R.L.C.A. party at Bancroft Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs Paul Madsen and Michael and Theresa of Greenville, South Carolina, came Wednesday to visit for several weeks. Mr Madsen is , in the Air Corps and will be stationed in Hawaii. Mrs Henry Becker of Browers- ville, Minn, visited several days last week at the J. F. Sullivan home. Mrs Becker and Mrs Sullivan are cousins. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Dinner guests Sunday, April' 7 at the Raymond Carlson home were Mr and -Mrs Fred Thornbury and Mr and Mrs Carl Soner- holm of Britt and Mrs Johnson's parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson and Bob: _,e Orthel Jolly, Workers met aTlhe home of Wanda'Missal on Saturday, April 13.' Demonstrations were given by Vicki Arndorfer, Sharon Meneese, Joan Nelson, Shirley Meneese and Jackie Fox. The Mary Circle of the Methodist Church -met Wednesday, April 17, with Mrs Veva Lease. Mrs Paul Erdman was assistant Friday, April 26 KENNY HOFER Saturday, April 27 KEITH KILLINGER and His Orchestra Monday, April 29 Mental Health Benefit Dance JULES/HERMAN and His Orchestra hostess. Mrs Don Kratts gave a book review on "In His Steps" by Sheldon and Mrs Dennis Carlson led the devotions. The K.Y.N. Circle met the same day with Mrs Hans Beenken. Mrs George Detmering was assistant hostess. Sandra Flom, student nurse at Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend at her parental, Mike Flom home. .The Sacrament of baptism was administered Sunday in the Methodist ChUfCh by Rev. F". A. Webb for Joan Ward and Marilyn Quinn. A bake safe will be held Saturday in the l.O.O.F. Hall by the Rebekah ladtes. The Wesiey Town'ship Homemakers met Tuesday at the Arvin Larson home. Mrs Lukr Youngwirth was assistant hostess. Mfs Florence Hansen gave the lesson on Understanding Teenagers. The women held a plant, bulb and seed exchange. Mr and Mrs Armen Adolf and grandson Douglas Anderson of Hartley spent 'Friday with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Will Martinek. Mesdames Oliver Young, Paul Erdman and Carl Johnson visited Mrs Carson Simpson, a patient at the Britt hospital Saturday. Mrs Irene Studer spent Sunday, April 14, at the home of her sister, Mrs Joe Wagner and family at Kanawha In honor of their father, George Kelcn br. or Corwith who observed his 85th birthday. A very interesting meeting of the Wesley Wizards 4-H club was held at the Center school house Saturday, April 6th. Plans were made for the good grooming contest to be held in May. At this meeting talks were given by Catherine Girres, Elaine Goetz, Linda Detmering and Marlys Goetz. - 'Carol and Cathy Girres served as hostesses. Mr and Mrs Loren Lease of Maison City were Tuesday evening, April 9 dinner guests at the parental, L. L. Lease home. Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier went to Mankato Friday to get her- daughter Janice, Helen Lickteig. Marilyn Hughes and Kathleen Studer, students at Good Council Academy. The young ladies will spend their Easter vacation at their respective homes. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and. Nancy were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs H. G. Hamilton of Bancroft. Martin's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Sudmeier of Minneapolis, Minn, were also there. Mr and Mrs Louis Wingert ot Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at the parental George Cinlt _ and Lawrence Wingert homes. Mrs Edward L. Johnson and family were also guests in the parental Wingert home. Urban Neuroth, Mrs Sophia Hildman and Irwin Hildman went to Iowa City Saturday to see Mrs Neuroth in a University hospital. They returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs George Sheridan and Mr and Mrs Lael Root and family %vere Sunday dinner guests at the Norman Allison home in Mason City. The family dinner party honored the 48lh wedding anniversary of the Sheridans. Carrell Erdman of Spencer spent Sunday with her m'other, Mrs Paul Erdman. Mr and Mrs Clarence Donovan and Paul of Park Ridge, Minn., former Wesleyans, were guests of her mother, Mrs Hans Engen over the weekend. They went on to Des Moines to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Al Cronin. They also visited other relatives in this area. 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