The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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Sewing Club Hostess Mrs Lloyd Muckey entertained the members of the Wednesday club that afternoon. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Ed Gilmore will be hostess to the merribers of her bridge club Thursday afternoon (today), At Niece's Wedding Mr and Mrs Art Schweppe and the letter's father, James Riihl attended the wedding Saturday in the Lutheran church at eight o'clock of Aiiene Munsterman, niece of Mrs Schweppe and granddaughter of Mr Riihl. Weekend At Home , Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford met their daughter, Cleone, at Des • Moines and she came here from Stevens College, Columbia, Mo., for a weekend visit with her parents. They took her back to Des Moines'at the conclusion of the visit. Baptismal Rites Baptismal rites were held Sunday at the Presbyterian church for Connie Jean; daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen. Mrs Hemmingsen's parents, Dr. and Mrs S. A. Slater were here from Worthington, Minn. The Rev. M. H. Brower officiated. Weekend Trip Mr and Mrs Chet Cook are going to Minneapolis, Minn., for the weekend and will visit Mrs Cook's grandmother, Mrs Rass Sorenson and her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs A. G. Schiff- Return From Trip Mr and Mrs Willard Sanford and daughter, Ann, have returned from Chicago, III., and Kankakee, 111 where they visited Mr Sanford's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Gerhard. They also were at Ames where they visited Mr Sanford's parents, Mr and Mrs Archie Sanford and the latter accompanied them home for a visit. Mr Sanford, who works with Elead Wagner, recently suffered a seven foot fall through a fireplace floor opening and suffered injuries which .have kept him from work, hence the vacation. Berte Trio Sings • The Berte trio entertained at a Farm Bureau meeting; at Clarion Oct. 17. The trio consists of Cecelia, Lorine and Gerald Berte, children of Mr and Mrs, Joseph Berte of Bode. New Grandson Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud have received word Of the birth of a n to their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Keith Halsrud at Park Hospital, Mason City. The infant was born Monday, Oct. 24 and has been named Robert Lynn. Guests At Fenton Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase, Doris Jean Mortensen, niece of Mrs Haase and Alvina Harms were supper guests Thursday of Doris Jean's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred, Mortensen at Fenton. The supper was given in' honor of Doris Jean's birthday. Both girls are employed here. Honored At Dinner Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, Mfs Rose Scanlan, Anita Rose Kohlhaas and heri. friend, Arlene Lungrin of Minneapolis, Minn., and Bob Kohlhaas of Washington, D. C., were dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr 'and Mrs Dale Brand at Clarion. ' Mrs Brand is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas. Elected Pep Leader Marilyn. Lowrnan, daughter 01 Mr arid Mrs Perry Lowman of Algona, is attending State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, for her junior and senior year on a scholarship won while in high school. She is majoring in physical education. Marilyn has just been elected president of the newly organized pep council. Inter-Church Council The annual convention of the Kossuth County Inter - Church Council will be held on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 2 o'clotk at the Good Hope Methodist church. The principal speaker will be Rev. Stanley Hunt, who is director otl Christian Education for the Iowa Council of churches, and the entire program will be of interest to church school workers. Birthday And Housewarming Sunday being Mrs Paul James birthday, her friends and relatives surprised her by bringing in an all prepared fried chicken dinner. Mr and Mrs James have: lived, in their new home about two months, and they were presented with many useful gifts. Their guests for the day were Mr and Mrs Kermit Burtis, Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Art Walters and daughter, Kathy, Waterloo: Mrs Lloyd Steinman and son, Donald; Mr and Mrs Roy Steinman, Ruth and Willie; Mr Ralph Steinman; Mr and Mrs Don Hun* gate, Julie and Jimmie, Lu- 'Verne; and fames' two daughters, Beverly and Evelyn. 15th Birthday ! Larry Cook, son of Mr and Mrs Chet Cook celebrated his 15th birthday last week, Tuesday and has as guests Jim Moxley, Albert Fosnaugh, Jim Gade, Tom Zittritsch, Dennis Jergenson, Marvin Miller, Judith Rovn, Connie Munger, Judy Gerber, Ellen Walker, Carl Sue Sorensen, Janet Bjustrom, Virginia Kickbusch, Sue Hutchinson, Sanda Stephenson and Judy Strahorn. Table games were played and refreshments served. Jerry Lee Cook was thirteen October 15 and had as guests at a .party Kent Jergenson, Robert Patton, Merle Walker, Jim Finn, David Hicks, Edward Helmers, Bob Gerber, and Dick Pratt. The boys rode Jerry's pony and games were played. 2 Riverdale 4-H Clubs Install New Officers St. Joe — The regular monthly meeting of the Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 4-H Club was .held Saturday, Oct. 15 at 1:30 p.m., in the St. Joe hall. ! Initiation of the following new members was held: Mary Sue Reding, Janet Reding, Barbara Weydert, Carol Erpelding and Judy Wagner. , InstaDation of officers, follow • ed: President, >Lois Willfong, vice president, Alice Reding:; secretary-treasurer, Karen Zeimet, his- torian, Arlene Bormann; reporter, Diane Reding and photographer, Connie Sinnwell. Kathy Gales and Kay Ann Friders were appointed for the re* creation committe; Betty Wagner and Nancy Willfong for the music committe. Mrs Alvin Klein is the new leader succeeding Mrs Pete Zuimet who served the past three years. Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 4-H club met in St. Joe School Hall, Oct. 15. The new officers installed were President, Alice Illg; vice president, Jeanne Reding; Secretary-treasurer, Rosella Bormann; reporter-historian, Catherine Hilbert; and photographer, Patsy O'Brien. The new members initiated were Janet Reding, Eileen Wagner, Lois Erpelding, Jeanet.te .Kellner and Karen Wingert. The leaders Mrs J. M. Patterson, Mrs N. J. Weydert, and Mrs Hubert O'Brien were given corsages, The hostesses Bonnie and Barbara Weydert and Sheryln Wey- deH and their mothers served a delicious lunch following the meeting. Two Baptisms Margene Mary Thilgcs, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs William Thilges, born Oct.: 13, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph s church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs Arnold Kellner and Ralph Bormann. Anna Marie Thilges, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Thilges born on Oct. 16 was baptized Sunday in St. Jpseph's chUrch by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs Walter Bradley and John King. Mrs Martin Friders entertained the Farmerette 500 Club in-her home on Wednesday evening, Oct 26. Mr and Mrs Mllford Plathe entertained Sunday in their homo in observance of the 4th birthday of their daughter parlene and the 5th birthday of Jimmie Becker. Guests for dinner and supper were the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Thul, paternal grandfather, Herman Plathe and Mr and Mrs Peter Becker and family, Mrs Louise Thul, Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family. Mr and Mrs Donald Bormann and family of St. Benedict and Mr and Mrs W,ilfred Kohlhaas and family were Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Alvin Klein and family. Mr and Mrs John lUeiri and daughter Alice from Bisbee, N. Dakota, arrived here Thursday for a week's visit with relatives and friends, making their stopping place with a nephew and family, Mr and Mrs Ernest J. Gales. Mr Klein is a brother of Mrs Mike Marso and Nick Klein Sr. of here Thursday, October 17, 1955 Algontt (To.) Upper De* Moincs-3 FIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the hist Will and Testament of Oscar Andersen, Deceased, dated July 23, 1943, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 7th clay of November, 1955, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, town, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said urt; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the clay above mentioned all persons interested are hereby noti- Notice Of Probate Of Will STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT,COURT No 6990 September Term, 1955 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON YOU 'ARE HEREBY NOTI- ..TJnrr', Plan Auxiliary Rally The American Legion Auxiliary has made 'plans to hold a seven county rally to be held at the Algona Country Club on Wednesday, Nov. 9. There will be a noon luncheon followed by a business meeting, . The counties to be represented in are Emmett, Winnebago, Palo Alto, Humboldt, Hancock, Kossuth, Pocahontas. A county meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held at Whittemore on Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m. in the Legion Hall. m///y/y//s///m/Mr/m/s///m///Mm^^ LAY-AWAY II FOR DOING DISHES OR DOING THE TOWN I LANGMA BEN FRANKLIN UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience of Our Customers SHOP AND SAVE With These Every-Day Low Prices 49c IADY tie.N W". "GIN "19" MERMAID ELGIN SAMOA. Chic Iiny,doin.y.2lj.w.l,. Unusual P !er«d .nd- « va '» lyl * W . B !lSS .futd.«lrap.»-79S3 plecei.Smorll»65°S lued. cord.»,49^ WATERPROOF* DUSTPROOF • SHOCK-RESISTANT ^YET SMALLER AND SMARTER THAN EVER! for the double life she leads...for her Birthday, Anniversary, Graduation... there's no more practical or beautiful gift. 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