The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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4-Alflomt (la,) Upptr D« Molnw Thurtdoy, Jun« IS, 1937 * The Four C6friers Mother's and ^Daughters club Will meet Thurs •day fi'fternoon, June 13, with Mr ^Duane Afend who Will be assist *ed by Mrs Merlili Walker an< -Mrs Vern Walker* Bach meihbe $nay bring a guesnj names of tn -secret sisters will be revealed •^The "key" will be given to each Retiring officer, Th6 program 'coftifnlttee is Mrs Cecil Bjustrom "tnd Mrs Wallace Simpson, !3Ulend Wedding _ *•'- Mrs John Deim, Gretchen and Tjfon attended tjfe wedding; SUn «4ay evening of Dolly ..Jtasmussen »to Dennis .Bryant in ! the. Luth pran church at Britt. 4 Birthdays Observed * A family dinner was helc ^Sunday at Mr and Mrs Raymond -Nelson's at Lu Verne in celebra- ;iion of the birthdl^S of Gweneth feeler, Linda and Beverly Nel*Son, Carolyn Pierce and also hon&ring Mr and Mrs John Strawn «of Portland, Ore. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Crier Iffeeter, Mrs Florence SchicKtl *and son, Gary of Burt, Mr ana "Mrs Russell Cook, Mr and. Mrs Slenry Johanfisenxand Mr,.,? and Mrs Melvin Duft6n.; j£ w • .'. " : • plumber Parly , ( "» Nancy Geilenfeld, daughter of jMr and Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld •celebrated her 1 fourteenth pjfth- •day Monday; June/S, and had as Quests at a 'sjliimber party 'Jolerie Gardner, Penny Johnson, Karen O'Connell of Lone Rock, Beverly Warner, Bonnie Minard and Betty .Mrs John Simon was assisting hdstess. : Plans were made for the annual family picnic. It will be July 7 at the Swimming Pool Park in Algona at noon. Farewell Courtesy Mrs Eugene Faulstich and Mrs Robert Henderson gave a fare r well party Friday afternoon for Mrs Deaft Flanders, who is moving to Denver Colo. Mr Flanders will fi&w be in the Denver school system. Guests Were Mrs D. fc. Chiquet, Mrs Coleen Barry, Mrs James, Kolp, Mrs'Ryland Phillips, Mrs William ttessler and Mrs Ed- Sindelcar. The hOnoree was presented with a gift* : Sharon Gardner, 11 Shaibn Gardner,, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner, celebrated her eleventh birthday which is June 4 by having Karen Gronbach and Betty Holt as over night guests June 5. Social Set An ice cream social is bein w held at the First Lutheran churcl oil the corner- of Wooster artc ,ucas streets June 14 from 7 till .0 p.m. *£ Years Old « Frances Goecke, daughter Of Mr tand Mrs Ed Goecke. celebrated "her eighth birthday Friday, June 2?, and was given a party at which Jguests were Becky Black, Becky •Bilyeu, Nancy Courtney, Deborah ^Celley and Mary, Beverly and .Thyllis Lichter. The afternoon •was spent at Bingo and lunch Jftras served. •Friendly Club Met » The Riverdale Friendly Club •held their June meeting at the LUVERNENEWS 1 The Intermediate ''Methodisl Youth Fellowship met at the home of JSayle Wilson Thursday evening. »Devotions were given by -Buford 3 ;Hollinger and the lesson by Nidk Clark. .' The officers of the Women's Society of Christian Service met at the home, ,of Mrs Arlo McGowan Wednesday to plan the calendars and work for the coming year. The Cub Scouts of Pack 54 held their regular meeting Wednesday at the Log Cabin with e pot luck weiner roast. The scout awards which the scouts iad earned were given to the parents and they in turn pinned :hem on their own son. Those receiving awards were: Norman Smith, Douglas Kay, Ronnie Frederick, John Fuhrmann, Donald Gronbach, Philip Faith, Phil Paint Store To Open Soon The Sherwin-Williams paint company signed a lease last 1'ues' day for the double-front building owned by P, J. Kohlhaas just east of the post office at 118 North Dodge street, it was announced Monday. The building is now in the process of being remodeled. The store premises will be occupied by a SherWin-Williams branch, operating both as a retail outlet and a service center fbr painting contractors and for S-W dealers in the area. Kelley Lumber Co, is an Algona dealer. "We selected- Algona for a new branch because it is a progressive Commuhity." said R. B. Gauley,. manager of the Sherwin- Williams company in this area. "An" Snalysis of recent residential and industrial growth indicated a need for a complete paint and c"bt»f"SeTv1ce center." He said' that after remodeling, the store would handle a full line of interior ' finishes and exterior house paints, plus special pin- pose finishes used by the professional painter. The store structure includes 3700 square feet of floor space. No date has been set for the formal opening of the branch but i:|s expected to be ready for SENECA NEWS business by July 1. ''home of Mrs Anton Weydert. Sinclair and Gary Cran. NEWS NeW Officers Named The American Legion Auxiliary held' its regular meeting June 4 at the Legion Hall. Election of officers for the next year-, was held and new officers are: ' • President, Mrs Ted Green; 1st vice president, Mrs George MacKinnon: 2nd vice president, Mrs Tim Jffltay; recording secretary, Mrs 'Oafcyte Engelby; corresponding secretary, Mrs Vernon iaag; treasurer, Mrs John Richardson; chaplain, Mrs Glenn ilocke; sergeant at arms, Mrs John Manthei; and assistant sg:. at arms, Mrs William Poppe. These officers will be installed at the next meeting July 2. with Mrs Ida Darnell as the nstalling officer. The last five states to enter he Union were Wyoming, Utah, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. The filflkje* ta-fefilfan Bible Scfeool sesfii&ft, e3ased FHda£ afternoen with 1 i stot program presented by fhe'.'fcuisUA who at'- tehded the session, Teachers in charge .of {he> session were Kathryri JohanneSeft, L6is Wilberg and Marilyn Jahafitiesen, Dennis MuellerYhas been ill thb past few days With WnDilitiS. He is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs A, Bitft df Armstrong attended the Blakjer W.M.F. Birthday party Thursday afternoon and also called at the home of the Bob BurtS. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mueller drove to Earlham, Iowa Sunday, where > they. attended find took part in the weeding of the former's brother, Harlan, and Lucia Prohaska. The Seneca Stars 4-H Club, their leaders Mrs Wm Dorsev and Mrs Elmer Hanisch, the Seneca Sparklers club, their leaders, Mrs Martin Wilberg and Mrs Harbld Grunhovd, and Mrs Henry Looft attended Kossuth County 4-H Hally Day held at the Swea Citj '3chool gymnasium Saturday. '**' Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and Jack, Kathryn Johartrtesen and Pat Horstman of.Britt attended' Commencement Exercises at Luther College at Decorah Monday. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club members, their leaders, Earl Crouch and Caleb Hartshorn, also Lyle England and Penny Boevers of Fenton spent Wednesday and Thursday touring 'Minneapolis. • Guests at 'the Herman Geilenfeld ;hpme last Sunday for dinner honoring Jim_ Geilenfeld on his confirmation were 'his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter- Thorson " f RingsteH: Mr and Mrs August Nelson of Estherville, and Mr and Mrs Fred Brown of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg received a telephone call Saturday-morning from their son Marvin at Omaha, Nebraska, telling them that they had a new baby daughter, born that morning., Mr and Mrs Sig Loge and 'amily were supper guests at the Bob Petersen home at Ellendale, Minn. Sunday night. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen entertained guests at dinner Sunday and for evening lunch honoring their son, Larry, on his confirmation. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen> entertained at dinner Sunda 'oilowing the confirmation o: their daughter, Carol. 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