The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 10
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J-AI«0*e (10.) tfpttto D«i Main* Thurtday, May 9, XtLJL.:. MM: ' ' -' . - .--Jf~ A- : ' - - —- • - -Give Playlet At LuVeme Church Meet Lu Verne •*- The -Woman's Society of World Service met Thursday afternoon in the rooms of the EvangelkSJ||Jhited Brethren Church with Mrs Clyde Dud- Icy as hostess. The meeting was opened by the new president, Mrs Edwin Hefti. The opening thought was Women of the Bible. given by Mrs Ella Woito. The devotions and lesson study was given by Mrs Andrew Marty and Mrs Fred Merkle assisted by Mrs Dudley and Henry Marty who gave a playletr Family Picnic For Visitors Mrs Libbie Tuescher, Monroe, Wis., her son, Mr and Mrs William Tuescher of Monticello, Wis. and Lena Dinger, Freeport, 111., visited in the Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner home over Sunday. Mrs Libbie Tuescher is his brother, A family picnic dinner was enjoyed Sunday at the Baumgartner home for the guests. Others attending wen? their sister, Mrs Minnie Dickie, son Vaughn Escher and son Steven of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene. Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford. Connie, Victor Baumgartner and Kathy Tranger. LuVerno Live Wires LuVerne Live Wires 4-H met Friday night at the home of Raeann Brink. It was decided to have our good grooming contest and Mother's Tea on May 18. Leota Ann Voss gave a demonstration, Sandra Janssen a talk, Eleanor Rockwood a demonstration, and Raeann Brink a talk Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sorcn- sen of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend visiting former friends. They were guests in the Harry Lichty home. Phil C. Henderson returned home Friday from the Lutheran hospital where he was a medical patient. Mrs Clara Baumgartner entered the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dpdge Sunday and underwent surgery there Monday mprning. Mrs Arthur Maass, Mrs Gerald Coleman, Mrs 'Alyln Webef.'Mrs William Goetsch and Mrs John Bpckeg attended the music congest field >n Burt Saturday. Callers and supper guests in the .home Qf John,rfefti,.Sr. and Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman Sunday were Mr and Mrs George Meyer of Whittemore. Mrs ,Meyei •was the former Anna Nissen. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard of Wesley and her parents, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston visited their sister and daughter, Mrs Arthur Henry, Pocahontas, Synday, a surgical patient in Ft. Dodge Mercy hospital. - Mi" and "Mrs Fred Rasmussen of ReriwicH vjsited Sunday after- nppn with Mrs Mary Shultz. Mrs Rasmussen, the former Emma Looft, was a dressmaker in Lu- Verne years Ago and lived in the SJjultS! home while here. Jerry* Qrph graduated Apn] 24, froift a eight months course at Dunwopdy Institute in Minneapolis, Minn. Pn Monday, May 6, he began employment as a bakei in tfie Town Bakery at. Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Julius Gramenz of Des Mbines were Sunday evening visitors in the home of his sifter, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner. Callers Sunday afternoon in the John Hefti, Sr., and Mr and Mrs John -Zimmerman home were Mrs Minnie .Dickie, her son, Vaugjjn Bs<$er w* son < s ^ven, of Mason Ctfy, yre4 JJin? came for a month'* visit with relatives and former friends here, Fred is. now living at the Veteran's home in M,a'«', - , „ ¥ j Werner of Fort Leonard «jej*t tfre weekend yisiting hi* sifter. Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf and Marie, He has a fifteen day furlough, £ey..J. Paul Steyens left Monday fa? the annual spring conference p| the Evangelical United Brethren (Jhurch in Dysart August Pergande accompanied Sunday guests in the home of Mr ana Mrs Joseph Norcros? and family were his. sister, Mr and ¥f? Charles Grandgeorge of Webster City, and brother, M: and Ml* C. H, NPfQross, Connie Jo^and Miss'^athy Eekard of Mason City. Mrs Sam Hankf of Los Angeles has arrived to ¥»?H her parents, Mr and Mrs WilHajn Hedrick. Mr anf Mri fr«d. Merkle'vi&U ed §unday afternoon in Boxholm in, H Ma^y and ao 'Ann- "zAo» 8$c»m| Ify|hSbirk « Kenneth Chamber- to Webb, and his brother Mr and Mrs y...,p. ' Sunday. Jlfk f. Miss Martha Wittenburg \vho is flL >e Glen Braynard entered Hamilton County hospital in Webster City Thursday for rest and medical treatment. Homemakers Of Seneca Meet Seneca *- The Seneca Homemakers met et the Seneca School Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Victor Struecker and Mrs Eldon Brown as hostesses. Mrs Lyle England reported on the meeting which she attended on Understanding Our Youth. Mrs Clarence Weis gave a talk on Beauty Culture. Homemakers in attendance included Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Clarence Weis, Miss Theresa Stelflug. Mrs M. Wilberg. Mrs Calvin Vaudt. Miss Bertha Olson. Mrs John Struecker, Mrs Victor Struecker, Mrs Harold Grunhovd, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Woodrow Kraclit. Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Siebolt Ben- rends, Mrs Victor Struecker and Mrs Eldon Brown. The Senern school faculty were guests for refreshments. Mrs Sig Loge entertained the Seneca Thursday club at her home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs Elmer Hannisch had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz have received word from their son Larry and also from Bob Butterfield and the army chaplain at the Army Security Agency Training Center that both boys have passed their mental, moral and intelligence tests. The Rev. Roy Hagen, missionary to India, will be guest speaker at the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday morning, 'vlay 12. at 11 o'clock. There will be a potluck lunch at noon. Ronald Johannesen and Dwane Johannesen represented the local Luther League as delegate to the Estherville Circuit Spring Convention held Sunday, May 5 at Milford. Iowa. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft entertained relatives at dinner Sunday honoring their son Dick who is home on furlough. Guests included Mr and Mrs John Henricksen. Sara and John of Ames, Iowa: Mrs Bertha Pommer of Al- goha; Mr and *Mrs Oerrit fte- Waard of Wesley, Jack Looft of Crystal Lake, and Miss Elaine Wischoff of Oregon, .Wis. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and family were Sunday evening guests. •WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Stud«f Mrs Richard Hammond ol Racine, Wis. came Saturday, May 4 to visit several weeks with relatives. She is a house guest of her brothers, Ed and Joe Eisefl* bacher. , Mr and Mrs George Ricke, Patricia, Janice and Roland were weekend guests of Mrs Ricke's sister, Mrs Arden Hpveland and family in Minneapolis. Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Nelson home in h6nof of Susan, who received her first Holy Communion that morning in St. Joseph's Catholic Church Were Mrs Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis., Mrs Rose Nelson and James and Margaret McBreen oJ Livcrmore, Ed and Joe Eisen* bacher and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stucter and two children. Susan's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Ben Faurot of Los Angeles, who are her baptismal sponsors telephoned the relatives at the Nelson home Sunday. Mrs Rosina Hammond of Racine, Wis. was a breakfast guest in the Vincent Eisenbacher home Sunday morning in honor ol John Eisenbacher who was a member of the first communicants at St. Joseph's Catholic church. An eighteen by forty-five ad dition is being built on the east side of the Farmer's Co-operative Creamery, for milk hauling equipment. The Wesloy public school baseball team defeated Scarville 4-1 in a game played there Friday afternoon. Father Joe Studer of Sioux City spent several,days last week at his parental, Joe Studer home end attended the funeral Wednesday of a cousin Julius Q. Studer at St. Mary's Catholic church in Corwith. Mr and Mrs J. J. Jaeger, Milwaukee, Wis. came FM«Jay afternoon to spend the weefifertd in the home of their daughter, Mrs J. L. 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