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September 28, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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AROUND ALGONA , M> a*n;d ;MU Frfed Kent, Jr. sjient from Surtday until Thursday of last we.ek attendifjg a Ford meeting at Kahsae City, Mo. They made the tflp by airline;, taking the plane frbm Mastth' 'City. During her parents',absence the little daughter, Christy was cared for by her grandmother, > Mrs : Fred Kent, Sr. : Mr and !Mr» Harold Cowan spent the weekend at Mitchell, South Dakota, attending the Corn Festival and visiting Mrs Cowatt's toother, Dick Dale. Dick plays tyith the Lawrence Welk orch" estra and is a featured singer with them. He is married and they recently became the parents 01 their first child, a daughter. Mrs Hugh Post entertained members of the Eight Specs card club at her home on Wednesday evening. Mrs Milton Dahl received the high score prize, Mrs Doris Wilrielmi, the low and Mrs Clara Pratt the travel prize. MJ and. Mrs Thomas LeRoy Lee spent the weekend at Mitchell, S. D-. attending the Corn Festival. Mr Lee is a former student at Dakota Wesleyan college there. ' Hatlan Sigsbee entertain* ed .at a party Saturday morning ift hon6f of the eighth birthday of her daughter, jMary Ann. A picnic lunch was served at noon* Guests were Inez Jane Hudson, Dohajd Richardson, Mary Lou Monado, 'Larry Pratt, Diane Rentz. Joan E. Post, Colleen and Eileen Lawson, Sandra Pergande, Ann Seger, Muriel Zit(.rltsch, Patty ReiHy, Mary Dailey, 'Marcia Angle, Carol Koopke, John Best, Patty Thampson, Linda McVay, Barbara Kuchenreuther, Marilyn Black and Lana Gerber, and the grandmothers, Mrs Clara Pratt WILTGEN'S 'GRAND OPENING! i' '.-<4 ~ * '> ' ,- ; • .', ' Trade-In ALLOWANCE iorYour Grand Opening Days! • • • • • • WILTGEN JEWELRY WILTGEN'S GRAND OPENING! and Mrs*w, J. Sigsbee. Mr and Mfi Chuiei McV»y went ;to Mitchell, a. i>. fdf the Weekend to near Mr McVay's cou sift, Dick Dale, sing With the'Law rence'Welk orchestra which wa concluding a week's engagemen at the Corn Palace. MJ* and MM John Dunn wetu visited Wednesday by Mrs D.unn's parents; Mi- arid Mrs Rejix Wil son of Kanawha, her urtcle anc aunt, Mr and Mrs Albert, Anderson- of Cold Water, Mich, and hei sister, Mrs Joel Miller of Rutland. the Algona Fire Department was host to the County Asso- ciatidri of Volunteer fireman on Thittsday evening at the fire Station. ;About 35 were in attendance. A business meeting was followed by lunch and a social time. Arrangements were in charge of Harry Barton and Har- lah bigsbee. Mrs Lenore Hilts entertained members of her Sewing Club last Tuesday afternoon at ner home. The Decree Staff of the Hebe< kah lodge-chartered .a bus last Tuesday evening and went to Dakota City to meet with Mrs Walter Klamp, Fifteen were present. Mrs Emma Dchnert entertain_ the members of her'birthday ?club ,on Thursday : afternoon. Guests were .Mrs Amui Vanis of Des .Moines and Mrs Walter Klamp of Dakota Ci^y.'Mrs Hugh Post is a new member. 1 The Naomi Circle met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ben Potter. Mrs Hugh Post- was assisting hostess. Mrs Anna Vanis of ;Des. Moines was a guest. Party Post-Nuptial Held In Seneca Home Seneca — Mr and Mrsi James Widdel of Hopewell, Virginia, were honored at a post-nuptial shower held at the Thompson Bros, home last Thursday evening. A planned r/rogram was given and consisted of readings by Mrs Carl Matheson, Duet Mrs Kenneth Thompson and Kathleer Matheson, Reading, Mrs Herman Geilenfeld and a song by Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Mrs Herman Geilenfeld and Mrs Henry Wilberg. The bride was then presented with many lovely gifts. Guests in attendance included Whillemore — Amon g those Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer, Mr from this area who attended the and Mrs, .Robert .Weisbrod, .Mr funeral of Mrs Carl Buth, 68, at and Mrs Louis Weisbrod, Miff Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday, were Fred Henrichsen, Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Ostwald, Norman Wilberg, Dick Wilberg, Mr and Mrs Roland Ostwald, Mrs Martin Wilberg and Lois, Henry Ostwald, Mr and Mrs,Rein- Rprt.lia Olcon TWr»o TVAi»»«fl« TTn*!:** Vml^l Or.±».*«i,4 it/r— n »j TIJT •»* *.;_ the group elected Mrs Ted Jen sen as chalrwonian'for thfe lilW year; Mrs WoodroW Kracht, vie chairman; Mrs Jdhtt JoHanrtesen secretary arid '<trda&urferj Mts H Hodft, publicity .fbhairrnahj* anc the Mesdame*. Roy Jensen, layl England, Elmer Hanisch ahd Johf Struecker, as area representa lives." , Bertha Olsen, Mrs Myrtle Hedin and son, Mr and Mrs Henry Wil- ., , __.„ .... u *'u<i& ( f IT**- *^WW»»***^* U**V4 h4.«AI^^J«k^l. J. TJ.CH J XI11| berg and sons, Mrs Herman Gei- Mr .and Mrs William Ostwald, lenfeld and Janet, Durwood Voigt, Mr and Mrs Byron Hauge and son of Algona, Mr and v Mrs Carl Matheson and family, Mr and Mrs Leonard Matheson, Harry Haase, the Walter Widdles and Harry Widdle. Hostesses were the Mesdamea Myrtle Hedin, Kenneth Thompson. Henry Wilberg, Herman Geilenfeld and Miss Bertha Olsen. _ The honored couple has been visiting Mrs Widdel's mother at Forest City. Visit Corn Palace Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn and family left Thursday morning for Mitchell, S. D., where they will attend The Corn Palace. Homemakers Meet The Seneca Homemakers held their Organization Tea at the home of Mrs Clarence Osborn Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Opal Nygaard, chairman of the Farm Bureau Women's committee as guest speaker. Additional features on the program were a talk by Mrs John Struecker and displays of Fall Table Centerpieces by Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs John Strueckei. During the business meeting TIMING QN THE PAULSON TIME-0-GRAF CHECKS YOUR WATCH Continugui Up« «nalym •nd rteords thf Action of your w«tch. Locatfs crrori. Celt no mor«,' fif THIt T8UU WONPHQV* KfCTRONIC MACHINE irj ACTION AT WILTGEN JEWELRY Attend Our Grand Opening This Week! Seneca 4-H fclecis v ^ Marcia HartshprrT wasl.,"—— to the Seneca Stars at her horn Sept. 13* < » " ., New officers were elected witfl Mary Lou Simpson being chosen as Club president; Phyllis Kauff man, vice president; Sharon Dor sey, secretary; Jeanhe England treasurer; Janice Sanders, His torian; and .Kathryn Johannesen reporter. Sharon Dorss'y reported thi club hews.. Silver Wedding Approximately 100 relative and friends dropped in at tin. Robart Burt home last Sunday and expressed their best wishe- to the Hurts on the'observance of their 25th wedding anniversary for which occasion they were holding Qpen House that after noon and evening. * • FareweirCourtesy Mr and Mrs A. E. Nelson were Jonored at a farewell party held for them at'-.the Henry Wilberg lorrte Thursday evening. The Melsons left Friday morning for Yakirria, Wash. In; attendance at the get-tOgethe'r were Mr anc Wrs Herman Geilenfeld and fain- ly and Mr arid Mrs Kenneth verson, Barbara'and Merle. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Donald spent from Thursday until,Sunday of last week visit- ng the former's parents, the E W. Baldwins at Rockford, 111. Robert Taylor "and a friend uth x Kose of Des Moines spent he weekend at this Woodrow Sracht home where Robert visited with his sister Marilyn before she left for Washington, D. C. where she will be,gin her college work at Galladuet College. .«.;• Donald Baldwin left Sunday o" Minneapolis where he will enroll at the Northwestern School of Chiropractors. • Goetlieb Kracht and his granddaughter Linda Sue visited last Monday at.the Ray Kracht. home at Riceville, Iowa. Gary Best, who has been en- oying a two week's leave with lome folks Avill leave next Tues- lay for Bainbridge, Md., where le will enter a Personalman's School. He. is in the .Navy. Ex-Whittemore Woman Buried At Albert Lea , .- lold Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Martin Dstwald and daughter Marylin, Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Mrs Herbert Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mrs Theodore Meier, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mrs Hen•y Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Law- •ence Gade, Mr and. Mrs Arnold Gade, and Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs'H. L. Wehrspann of Fairville, Mrs' Ida Kuecker of Algona, 'Mr and Mrs William Vladsen Sr., of Burt, Mrs Herman Haack of Fenton, and Mrs Werner Gade of West Bend, Mrs Alvina Ostwald and daughter Leona and Miss Dora Bierstedt, Fargo, N. D., arrived here at the Carl Ostwald home Monday and also attended the funeral. Mrs Buth was the Iformer Clara Ostwald and was the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Fred Ostwald of Whittemore. She attended the schools at Whittemore and grew to womanhood in this community. In 1911 she was united in marriage to Carl Buth and moved to Minnesota. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Pearl, Mrs Leslie Nelson of Albert Lea, three brothers, Hen- jy, Reinhold and Martin Ostwald of here. Three sisters,. Mrs Fred Wahlers of Albert Lea, Mrs Hulda Finn, Garden, Calif., and Mrs Ruth Ballheim of Los Angeles, Calif., One brother and four sisters preceded her in death. In a deal made last week, Gayle Thompson, band instructor at Whittemore public school, purchased the Bertha Ebert home. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, and Mrs Dorothy Rosendehl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker in Albert Lea Minn., Sunday. 200 AtteneTA Reception For Titonka Faculty Titonka -r- Titonka's annual r.L..A. reception for the Teachers was held Monday evening, Sept. £0 at the High School gymnasium. The meeting was well attended with over 200 present. Mrs Henry Plasier, president, extended a welcome to the faculty, after which Supt. Truesdell introduced the faculty, their wives and husbands. •• The program, presented by Mrs Kobert Bollnus, consisted of two vocal solos by Miss Helen Stenzel, a teacher. A skit representing the ont>ning day of school was given by Mrs Betty Brandt as teacher, "Chuck" Beed, Veni Rafadl, Doris Miller, Emma Cal- hes, Clark Miller, Eleanor Sachau, Rui&ell DoukstcadiM 1 , Deli iris Rock; and Earl Zweiiel as s'tu- dents. V A ^male quartet, John Tapper and Walter Tapper sang Beenkeh. Stevg Tjaden, Donald<two numbers., .^ _J^ .'.- Continued LAWRENCE DISTRIBUTING CO. Wholesale Costume Jewelry — Gifts — Watches Fine Leather Goods FINCH BUILDING ST. 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