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November 30, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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leader liH- Ibrk 111 Years * iefs Surprise Th e Valley Parmer- e :E? 4 ' H , cl H b ^embers and their mothers held a surprise party for Mrs Henry Plasier at her home life honor of being their leader for 101 years. The evening was spent Socially after which lunch was served by the guests, Mrs Plasier Was presented .with a lovely neck- 16$e 6fld earring set, fey the members present Who. 'were; Mrs Heikft Bruris' and Troyce; Mrs Henry Maylarid Jr. .and Verlehe, Mrs John Beenken and Dawn and Donna, Mrs Telko Sleeker, Mar- lefte; Judy and Marlbeth, Mrs John Welhousen and, Marilyn, Mrs. "John Huisinga and Edith, Mrs Alvin Rippentrop and Sharon, Mrs Dick Franzen andiDar- lene, Mrs Elmer Oestermann and Judy and Mrs Lowell Schmidt and;Carolyn. ,\ Mr and* Mrs Bob Pink and family; 6f Omaha are' weekend guests of.; Bob's sisters and families, Mr and Mrs Earl Stott and Mr and Mrs Raymond Krantz. Mr. and Mrs Jpe^T.-Wihben! are the parents of a baby' girl born Thursday, Nov. 18, At Buffalo Center hospital. The baby weighed" 8:i Ibs. and 5 oz. and has been parried Beverly.. ,^ .•*;;;.• ...... •Henry Recker, /Mr and Mrs Chuck Recker and family and Mr and Mrs Bill Recker of Buffalo Center were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family. - Alice Sartor of Charles City was Thanksgiving -Day guest of her parents, Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor. Mr and Mrs Eddie Sathoff and sons were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs Sathoff's parents, Mr and Mrs .Amundson of In- djianola. '•! Mr and 'Mrs Jim Williams and sons of Bodne were Thanksgiving visitors of Mrs Williams parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Miller. Patsy Korte came home Thanksgiving Day "after a ton- silectomy operation she had Wednesday morning. Mr arid Mi's Virgil Miller visited the Robert Tue home in Northfield Sunday. Mr and Mrs Robert Neilson. of, Albert Lea and son Johriny were also there. John-. ny returned with Mr and Mrs Miller and on Monday Mrs Miller took him to his home in Albert Lea, ••••.. JMr and Mrs Art Boyken and family, Mr and Mrs Ed 'Boyken Name Speaker At Tyke Turkey Day . . Maynard Speece Maynard Speece,- Farm- Service Director of radio station WCCO, Minneapdlis, will he principal speaker at the 4th annual "Turkey Get-together" being held by Bartlett-Bros. of Titonka on Dec. 9. The dinner Will be served at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka, and* an evening's pro-, gram will follow.'Invitations have been sent to turkey-raisers and others in the industry over a wide area. • Mr Speece conducts 21 radio broadcasts each week, and was at one time a county agent in .Minnespta. He served from .1948 to 1953'. as assistant director of the Office of Information, U. S. Dept; of Agriculture in Washington. and sons and Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken and Neal were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken Jr. and family of Ames. Bill Ryan of Boone visited a couple of hours at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Jim McColley and family 6f Wichita, Kan?., left Saturday after. a weeks " visit with relatives and friendsi in Titonka and also to visit their daughter Glenda and husband in. Algona. Mr and. B Mrs Delmar. Kensett and family "were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs Kensett's parents, Mr' and Mrs John Lomen and children of Bode '. Mr and' Mrs Carl Giesking entertained their family, of 38 at Thanksgiving Thursday. Those present were: Mr and Mrs'Henry Mayiand Jr. and • family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Oestermann and family, Mr and Mrs Lowell Schmidt nd family, Mr ahd Mr* Lotils ftesieinj'ana faniily, Uf and Mrs mtt KleskiftB aflrf fSaMily, Mr nd Mrs C. B. Giesking and ily and Merle Giesking. the Tltoriftfl serdbr'cl^S a pH^as^nt sUppef SatUrtMy eve- rting Nov'. 20 for t$e high seWool faculty and 1 their elass\ Mr and-Mrs "Elmer BbylteYf and As-bid were' ThankfegiVifttf gueste 6f Mr and Mrs Fr<§d Bflihs:. Kenneth Krantz is spettdihg a weekend pass 1 ffortl Ft, «Carson 4 Colo,, with Titonka relative^' arid friends. Rev. and Mrs Plantz of'L'dPc-rte City, Mrs Katie Rode, Mrs Erna Franzen, ahd 1 Mr and Mrs Walter Hkack were Thanksgiving supper guests of Mr and Mrs Forrest Rode and family.. M-P and Mrs Dale Canfield and, Mr and' Mrs F. A. Temple^ of Ledyard- were Slinday dinner guests-. Of Mr 'and Mrs Carl F.;,C.allies, Caroline VahHove wag operated' oh for ; appendicitis at .the B,uf- falo Center hospital Monday, Nov. 22. Mr and Mrs C. F. Callies and Darlene' drove to Des, Moines Thursday where they spent Thanksgiving Day" With Mrs, Callies parents, Mr and Mrs John Rolfsema, Sharon and Carol Callies. Sharon arid Caroll accompanied them home and attended the alumni banquet. They returned back to Des Moines Sunday. Mr and- Mrs Dale Bruns and family of Omaha are spending the weekend with their parents^ Mrs Ollie Bruns and .Raymond Krantz and family."Mr" and Mrs Bruns also came to 1 'attend the alumni banquet' and meet old friends. ' ME arid Mrs Willard See of Colo were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs:W. P. Truesdell and family. Their daughter Kay was also home for the weekend. Kay attends .school at University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mi- and- Mrs Fred Schmidt and daughters were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Haack Sunday. Mrs Edna Richter spent the weekend at the home of her son Harley Hansen of Algona. She also visited the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Smith. . . Leave In japan KOBE, JAPAN — Pvt. LeRoy FbSnaugh, 20,- soh 'of ,Mrs Edna Fosnaugh, E. Oak st., Algona recently spent a seven-day rest and recreation leave from his unit in Korea at Kobe, one of Japan's largest metropolitan areas. Pvt. ^Fosnaugh, is a member of the 945th Quartermaster Service Co. IS 94 • , : At Baley, Mrs Margaret Gan- -dcr rerfnt.ly observed her 94th Sbirthday. She was born in Hawkins county, Ohio. Ledyard Women Plan Yule Theme For Dec. Meeting LedySUd-^The November ijieet* ing of.! the' Modernettd Club met Wednesday Nov. '17 at the homl' of Mrs- Ft ank Rotterman. A dea» sert'luncheon was served at a} table decorated with fall items such as -turkeys, .gourds, - oa'fc, leaves, miniature corn stalks.' Place cards were apple turkeys,' and candy corn. Roll call- wa|: ; answered by "The biggest job .<F ever undertook." A Hans Chrjsf; tian Anderson record, a plastltf,; kit,' arid a wooden puzzle were. brought to "be sent to. the Ohil* 1 , dren's Ward at Iowa City, Each, member will bring a'gift to the next meeting to reveal secret siv" ters. Also. a 'box, of home m?id£ candy wilt be packed and sent to Marlin Runksmeier . at ' Camp Chaffee, Ark. The next meeting Will be-, at the home of Mrs Howard Klinksiek on Dec. 15. Circle at hot home and also -the members^ of the study class. Mrs Vahnke who has been teaching the course on. .India, and Pakistan gayfr the last lessors, and completed the course, which" has- been most interesting and informative. The htfstess ' served a 1 ' delicious lunch carrying out the Thanksgiving theme in the. decorations. There were seventeen present.- • Mrs Hans Ree and daughter anice from Bentlay, Alberta, Canada, Mrs Chet Paulson, Mi's Gerald Bonstead from Walling- ord and Mrs Harold Nyberg of jstherville visited Mrs Clayton ^oseboro home on : TuesSay after,- .oon. Mrs Ree is a cousin of Mrs loseboro. i : . • ' The second and third grades nd their teachers Mrs Helen Willadsen and Miss DeEtta Thov- on went by bus to Algona and •isited the Public Library there in Thursday. . • ' Mi's Jim Doty of Albert Lea In Navy School Mr and Mrs L. A. Ternes re- qeived word that their son, F; A; Wayne Ternes has been enrolled in an electricians mate school' at U.S.N.T.C., San Diego, Calif., On, cdmpletion of this course he will go aboard ship as electricians mate and receive more on the job training. Another son of the L. A. Ternes', Pfc. Leroy A. Ternes, was flown from his base at Fort Belvoir, Va.; to Oakland, Calif., for studies at the San Leandro Peterson Tractor and Equipment school for 5-days. • . , Matrons Club Meets • .Mrs Edward Looft and Mrs D. B'. Mayer from Ledy'ard, and-:*} group of Swea City ladies. afe' tended Past Matrons 'club at Lakj^ ota on Wednesday evening, at th § home of Mrs V. A. Barrett. The evening was spent making favors and plans for the reception which the Swea City Chapter O.E.S. will give for their Worthy Matron Mrs Richard Snyder, who hail been appointed as Grand' Marth'a for this year. This will be ,'held 'at the school in Swea City on, this evening of Dec. 13. A lunch was served by the hostess. Host Brotherhood Group On Monday evening the Ledyard Men's 1 Brotherhood wer.f hosts, to the Forest City sub dig* trict men's brotherhood at the church. Dinner was served by 'th'e women of the, W.S.C.S. Rev Buckwalter of Storm Lake was the speaker of the evening. About 55 men attended! ' Mary Circle Gathers • On Thursday evening Mrs Win $ui'ijibc"'< entertained \the . Mari> MORE COKVENIENT-MORE USEFUL- MORE DELICIOUS FOODS EVERY TIME COIMTROLIED HE/IT WATER-SEALED element for easy washing. You simply set the dial ,and you get CONTROLLED HEAT for perfect cooking and frying, without guesswork or'constant watching. The shortening is always at just the right temperature, resulting in less grease absorption into the foods. Your favorite dishes are more delicious because their natural, flavorful juices are sealed in. New square shape makes the Sunbeam ideal for'everything from bacon to one dish meals and hashed brown potatoes. Plug into any outlet- use any place you wish. Has bakelite legs. afid Mrs Albert Engelby of Rake Visited Mrs Cecil Pingel Wedne's- ,day afternoon. Mr and Mrs Virgel Gelhaus are the parents of ah eight pound itraby girl born Monday, Nov. 15 at' the Holy Family hospital in fistherville. She has been named Mary Ellen. They have one otliei-'child a.son Randy. •: Mrs Vern Naas and children of Minneapolis visited at th.e William . Stubbe home on Tuesday. Mrs Naas and Mrs Stubbe are' cousins. «*• Mr and Mrs Everett Teems and Marlis visited the Gi-aydon Math- isons last Sunday at Rudd and .wore dinner and supper guests theite. In .the evening they visited at the Edwin Mathisons- at Lake Mills. ' Mr Fred Dutton went to Des Moines last Monday With Mr E. Furst of Algona and for two days they attended the Iowa .bookkeepers^ and Tax Service Association school. Tuesday, November 3d, 1954 Afgona (Id.) Upper Des Moin«-5 Mrs Ervin Klinksiek went to Des Moines on Wednesday as delegate from KossuthsCounty to the Iowa State Association annual convention for s p h o o 1 boards On Thursday S U p t. Willadsen accompanied County $upt. Quintard o£ Algona to Des Moines to attend the some convention. Algona Girls Get Jobs In Oregon Two Algona girls who left here several weeks ago are now settled and feeling well and happy at their new home in Portland, Ore. The pair, who had the wanderlust, are Shirley Metzger and Sharon Kain. Both girls are employed at St. Vincent's hospital in Portland; Sharon as a blood technician and Shirley as a secretary in the pathology laboratory. They itave an apartment (No. 303) at 2156 N.W. 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