The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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l-A>ear»o (to.) Upp§r DM Mo?n«« Thursday, May 23, 1957 Surgery For LuVeme Youth Crash Victim Lu Verne — Daryl Fpit entered ITniversily hospital. Iowa City, where on Wednesday. May 15. lie underwent surgery. His condition is favorable. Daryl was injured Dec. 2, 1956 in an auto accident. His parents, Mr and Mr* Forest F. Felt went to Iowa City Tuesday, May 21 to visit him. PosJ-Commencemenf Parties Guests in the Glen Braynard home Friday after commencement included Mrs Dale Braynard of Cedar Falls. Annette Braynard was Valedictorian of the graduating class of 1957. Guests in the Emil Heine home Were Mr and Mrs Willard Banister and daughter, Virginia, of Ringsted: Mr and Mrs Henry Heine family of Waverly, Mrs Emma Kuekor of Tripoli, Mrs Elmer Kueker and son Dennis of Denver, Iowa. Janice Heine was the Salutatorian of the graduating Class of 1957. Guests in the John Bockes home included Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich, Verlaine Johnson, Junior Hardcopf and Jesse Huff. Kathy Bockes was a graduate this year. Guests in the Forest F. Fett home were Mr and Mrs John Archer of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Arlo Stewart of Duncombe, Mrs Albert Fish of Corwith and Mrs Alfred Fett, LuVerne. Bonnie Fett graduated this year. Guests in the Herman Hinz home were Mrs Orville Ramus, Lavonne, Carol and David of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer, Eldon, Mr and Mrs Delmar Wichtendahl and children of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Mer-lin Trauger and family of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and family. Ruth Ann Hinx. was a graduate this year. Guests in the Clifford Richardson home were Mrs Mabel Hacker, Mr and Mrs Raymond Hacker of Albert Lea. 'Minn., Mr and Mrs Jerome Erdman and boys of Forest City. Mrs Kay White. Mrs N. Freeman. Mrs Jane Nelson. Mr and Mrs Ray Richardson of Goldfield and 'Mrs Kurt DeXVitt of Clarion. Kay Richardson graduated tiiis year. J. W. Worby, 72, was honored Friday evening on his birthday when neighbors gathered to help him celebrate. Guests were Mr and Mrs Edward Behnkcndorf, Mr and Mrs Dean Henry, H. D. Ristau. Harold Ristnu.' Harold Jr. and Bernice Worby. Birthdays also honored were for Mrs Henry and Mr Behnkendorf. Mrs Marie Stoddard entered Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, Monday for x-rays and medical treatment. Ethel May Henry missed three days of school the past week us she was confined to her home with a throat infection. Word has been received that Mrs Edward Mantcy of Jancs- ville, Wise, underwent major surgery in Rochester, Minn., St. Mary's hospital, Friday. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs Mantcy is the former Grace Tiede. Mr and Mrs Forest F. Fett, Bonnie and her friend, Alan Croomquist of Moorland and Mr and Mrs Gerald Richardson of Britt visited Sunday at Mason City with Mrs Joan Fett and boys. The LuVerne Township Homemakers club met Friday, May 17, in the home of Mrs Norma E. McClaran. Mrs McClaran gave a demonstration and Mrs Albert Fish gave a talk. This is the last meeting of the club until fall. A pot luck family gathering was held Sunday in the Robert Barber home. Honored were 1st Lt. Gerald Schipull and his' sister, Mr and Mrs- Harvard Stewart and children, Rockford, 111., who visited their parents, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull. Nita, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ear!. Janssen was honored with a dinner Sunday on the occasion of her fourth birthday. Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips of Stewai tville, Mjnn. attended the funeral of George Tiede Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Francis Pitlik of Cedar Rapids were called here by the sudden death of George Tiede in a Fairmont, Minn., hospital early Friday morning. Mrs Pitiik is the daughter of Mrs Gertrge Tiede. Mr and Mrs Clifford Richardson, Dale, Kay, and their friends, Miss Nancy Ramus and Larry Henderson, attended a Richardson family reunion held Sunday at Goldfield. The occasion honored the 87th birthday of J. E. Richardson. Marcia and Ronald Stone, Jim Zweifel and LeRoy Witzel spent Saturday attending Veishea at Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Alex Evans of Des Moines called on friends here Sunday. Mr Evans was superintendent of the LuVerne school 20 years ago. Mr and Mrs William Gray and Pamela of Eagle Grove visited Sunday in the parental Ralph Dimler home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale visited Veishca in Ames Saturday. Their son Keith is attending Iowa State College. Mrs Emil Heine, Janice anc her friend, Norman Gade of Algona visited Sunday in Osage. Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak went to Pequot Lakes, Minn Saturday. SP3 John Putzstuck enjoyed a weekend pass at the home ol his parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck. To Wed Sheridan Strayer INSURANCE My company offers all 3! If yon have a family, own a home, or drive a car... you want the best protection money will buy. 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It will pay you to get our price before yo« build. We will be glad to work with your architect or you can use our complete building service, Call or write MfttftPdayl : BUTLER: WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bud) West, Sales Representative So. 15th Phone 43321 Fort Dodge, Iowa Science Shrinks Piles ew Way Without Surgery Find* HwUing SuUtance Tlurt Doei Both- .*£*»««* hac fftuod ft new with th« »|toni»h aetpnUWng »t«twn»i>tf like "Pttts have ceased to be a problem!" The secret U a new healing sub- st*na» (eip'Pyne*)wdi8cpvtMry p* t «i research institute. Miai if ROW svaUsWe in pr owlmnt form und«J .* It>P« Band Mothers At Titonka Elect Officers Tiionka — Titonka Sand Mothers met at the school Monday evening, May 13, with 22 members present for the last meeting of the year. During the business meeting presided by the present president, Mrs J. L. Intermill, election of officers was held with Mrs Gertrude Richter being elected as president, Mrs John Wel- housen vice-president, Mrs Gerald Bahling, secretary, and Mrs Clarence Bruns as treasurer. New Fire Chief A special meeting was held to fill the vacancy created when Bill Hagen resigned his position as fire chief of the Fire Department. Andrew Krominga, who was newly elected assistant, will take over duties as chief and Everett Rippentrop was elected to be the new assistant chief. It was also decided upon to hold a Firemen's Ball at the Duncan Ballroom on Friday, May 31. Harvey Heyer who joined at that meeting brings the department to its full staff of 16 men. Home On Leave Seaman Russell Fisher, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Fisher, arrived this week for a 30-day leave with his parents after spending the past 12 weeks at storekeepers school at San Diego. Previous to that he has been stationed in Japan for the past 15 months and after his leave of absence he will again be stationed in Japan. Russell was a grad-- uate of the Titonka high school with the class of 1954. Farewell Courtesy A farewell and handkerchief gift shower was held in honor of Mrs Caroline Hatten on Wednesday evening, May 15, at the home of Mrs John Stott with Mrs Doris Sathoff assisting hostess. Bingo was played for entertainment during the evening. Mr and Mrs Hatten and family plan to move by June 1st to Anoka, Minn., where they have purchased a home. Rev. Herman W. Diers of Vancouver, B, C. Canada, son of Rev. H. A* Diers of Titonka was guest speaker at the Spiritual Life Mission services at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Titonka. He was ordained here in June J952, and will speak at five different services from May 19th through May 22nd. Sandra Gartner participated in a piano recital at Waldorf College. Attending from Titonka were Mr and Mrs Harold Gartner and Diane, Mrs Roy Budlong, Hazel Budlong, Mrs Harry Men- Ian and Judy and Margaret McDonald. Katheryn and Margaret Everding accompanied Katheryn Kurt- zeleben and Mrs Jacob Kurtzleben to Hampton Tuesday where they visited for the day at the J. D, Hobbs home. Mrs Kurtzleben remained there for a week's vacation. , Mr and Mrs Sterling Huisman of Clare are the parents of a baby daughter, Vivian Ann, born May 11. Mrs Wm. Huisman, the paternal. grandmother, just returned Saturday after spending the past 10 days caring for the new mother and baby. Dick Olson and Ruby Finer of Des Moines were Wednesday even/ng guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove and fanv Jly. Mrs Magdolene Bleich, Jim and Johneue were Monday evening guests at the home of Dr, and Mrs Pierre Sartor. Mrs Anna Swyter and Verla Brandt were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs Anna Mr and'Mrs Ben Cline of Ollumwa announced the engagement of their daughter, Geraldinc Marie, shown here, to Sheridan Strayer, son of Mr and Mrs Keith_Strayer of Algona, recently. An early 'fall wedding is planned. Miss Cline was graduated from Ottumwa high school in 1954 arid she and Mr Strayer are juniors at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. She is majoring in Kindergarten-primary education and is affiliated with Kappa Theta Psi sorority. Sheridan is a 1954 graduate of Algona high school, is majoring in speech and is a member of Alpha Chi Epsilon fraternity. (UDM Engraving) Sylvan Thiesse attended the Register and Tribune Scholarship Banquet held in Des Woines Friday evening, honoring Allen, who among 20 carrier boys won a $300 scholarship. Mrs Wm. Schram. Mrs Jerry Schutjer, Mrs Ed Zweifel and Mrs Roy Budlong attended the District Library meeting held at Britt Friday. Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson and Richard Peterson of Britt attended the graduation exercises at Harcourt Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Allen Carr, Cindy and Larry of Redfield, Mr and Mrs Bob Can- of Algona, Mr and Mrs Hugh Carr and daughter of Des Moines arid Mr and Mrs Robert Lambriecht and family of Dakota City .Nebraska, were all Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten and family. ' Sylvia and Sylvester Van Hove, accompanied by Doris H\pp, all of Waverly were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove and Mrs Reka Hipp, respectively.' Rev. and Mrs Alton Swandt and children of Mineola arrived Sunday:evening to spend a few Says' visiting at the home of Mrs Swandt's mother, Mrs Anna Alke. Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham and Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings and Mammie Speiker were all guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Larsen and Nancy, Sunday evening . Graveside rites were held for the infant son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Rakow at the Good Hope Lutheran cemetery Wednesday, May 15, with Rev. B. H. Schweri'n officiating at the services. The baby was dead at birth at the Park hospital at Mason City. The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church in Titonka will hold its annual picnic May 22 with the Martha Circle meeting at the •mine of Mrs Harry Mehlan, the Rachael will be at Mrs Jay Bud- longs and the Rebekahs will be at Edith and Hazel Budlongs. The- basement and outside framework on the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Peterson is finish- ed and laborers are at work in the inside. The house will be completed this fall. Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove, Sylvia, Sylvester, Teddy and Merlin were among those from Titonka who attended the wedding of Dick Olson and Ruby Finer, both of Des Moines, Saturday .evening. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Sexton was accompanied by Carol Dunmire to Newton over the weekend where they visited at the home of Mrs J. W. Dunmire. David Schwerin and Donald Intermill underwent a tonsillectomy at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Friday morning. They returned to their homes Saturday. They are the sons of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and Rev. and Mrs B. H. Schwerin. Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings and .Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham .visited at the home of Mr and jMrs Roy Clark of Burt Sunday lafternoon. *'* Merle Peterson of Mundelien. Illinois, and Norma Johnson of Fort Dodge were weekend • visitors at .the home of Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson. Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs *Gene Peterson of Fort Dodge, Richard Peterson of Britt and Shirley Smith of Harcourt. Mr and Mrs Glenn Miller and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Miller of Buffalo Center. Mrs Ola Mae DeZeeuw and children of Janesville, Wis. are also spending a few weeks visiting at the home of the Millers. Carol Dunmire, daughter of Ted Dunmire, is home on a two week's vacation from her job working in Minneapolis. Louis and Mrs Mary Oesterreicher drove to Ames Saturday where they attended the Veishea parade. Mr and Mrs Edward Boyken and son Allen and principal 4 Cousins Are All Graduates Of Seneca High Seneca — T-he senior class of Seneca high school boasts four cousins among their rank. They are Ronald Johannesen, son of Mr and Mrs John Johannesen, Raymond Wilberg, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Dwane Johannesen, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, and David, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Looft. The four cousins were honored at a family get-together Sunday evening following Baccalaureate services at the John Johannesen home, with the Martin Wilbergs, Fred Johannesens and Henry Loofts as co-hosts and hostesses. Enjoying the courtesy were in addition to the above named families, Mrs Anna Presthus and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Kathryn and Larry of Lone Rock, Marlys Johannesen and a friend from Fairmont, Minn.; Bob Wii- berg and Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovd. Honored Ai Shower Miss Joan Griffin of Minnea-' polis, fiance of Donald Baldwin, was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower held Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs O. P. Patterson. • Miss Griffin's marriage to. Donald Baldwin will take place June 15 at the First Presbyterian church at Armstrong. I Blakjer Women Meet , The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation held their Life Membership prograim Thursday afternoon. Mrs Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs Harold Grunhovd were the hostesses. Mrs Ted Jensen reported on the convention which she attendad recently at Fort Worth. Mrs Odey Cherland had charge of the Life Membership program. Mrs Henry Wilberg is the recipient of the Life Membership Pin awarded to her as past president of the organization. Mrs Roger Osborn and baby of Indianola spent the past week visiting at the home of her parents, the Russell Kauffmans and at the Clarence Osborn home. Marcia Hartshorn spent the past weekend at Iowa State College Veishea. 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