The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1956 · Page 10
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2-Alg6n« (let.) Upper Des Mdlnes Tuesday, June S, 19S6 Ten Livermore Children Have First Communion Livermo;re>—First Communion service for the children at. Sacred Heart Church were held Sunday morning find mass said by Father P. M. Sturm. Acolytes were Bobby Lenertx and Jerome Kcllner, Danny Collins was cross benrcr. The flower girls, Leverna Klein and Barbara Erpelding, led the children to the iilfar. Those in.the class were James Collins. Lawrence D a w s o n, Sandra Elsbecker. Barbara and Mary Kazajda, Mary Ann Ramacher, Gary Sheldon. Robert Keith Stiles. Joyce Stiles and Richard Zeirnet. A breakfast was served to the communicants, the flower girls and the Sisters of St. Joe that instructed them by the Catholic Jadies guild in the parish hall. Mr and Mrs Norman Scott visited from Friday until Sunday with their daughter-in-law, Mrs Cecil Scott, who is in a sani- torium at Madison, Wis. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Underberg visited Thursday evening with Mrs James Noonan of Eagle Grove, who is a patient at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Harold Mansor and family of Algona visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Zeak Smith. Their daughter, Gladys, recently fell from a bicycle and injured her foot. Joe Sanders is taking a vacation from his duties at the Livermore drug store. He and his son Joe of Fort Dodge have gone on a fishing trip to Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Gerald Smith and family of Humboldt visited Sunday with her' parents, Mr and Mrs Zeak Smith. Mr and Mrs Roy Seyenson of Pine River, Minn, attended the graduating exercises here of their grandson,' Ronald .Schultz, and spent a week here at the home of their daughter, 'Mrs Dick Schultz. Bible school for the children of the Presbyterian and. Methodist churches closed Friday. Tho summer school for the Lutheran children will be held for two weeks, commencing May 28, The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church were entertained in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Rasmus Olson hostess. Mrs Robert Kessinger gave a, report on her trip lo Chicago.. Refreshments ; were served by Mrs Olson. Mr and Mrs Tr'vin Underberg and family t>( Swaledale visited Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg. Mrs Donald Armstrong and infant daughter have returned home from • thfc Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Henry Groh and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Jake Erdmann home in Belmorid. •* Mr and Mrs John O. Hanson were Wednesday evening visitors at the Wayne Hansen home near Buncombe. Mr and Mrs Stanley Seger and Mrs Ernest Logue went to Council Bluffs Sunday where they will visit at'the home of Mr and Mrs Rex Coltington and family. Lois and Phyllis Wilson have concluded a two week's vacation visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Wilson. Mrs Karsten Kvitli entertained at a miscellaneous shower at her home Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs Richard Bordwell, a recent bride. Anna Murray of Ayrshire spent the* weekend here with her sisters, Mrs Rose Smith and Mrs Jessamine Miller. Mr and Mrs Nels Landgren of Mason City are spending some time here at the home of their daughter, Mrs Sherman Wichrc and family. Florence Altman of Outwood, Ky. and Lenn and Peter Altman were dinner guests Sunday evening at the John Bormann home. Mrs James Lempkc was hostess to the Deal and Chat club members at her home Thursday afternoon. Contract bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Keith Logue, traveling to Mrs George Tidebach and consolation to Mrs Herbert Raney. Refreshments were served by Mrs Lempkc. Mr and Mrs Marvin Rae, of Ellsworth, were Sunday visitors at the Burrell Smith home. . Mr and Mrs Richard Grebner of Humboldt were Wednesday visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs John O. Hansen. Charles and Math Marso of Los Angeles arrived Saturday for a visit with their sister, Mrs Frank Cox and with other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Donald Marso, who, came to attend the funeral services of his aunt, Anna Altman returned to their home in Roy, Montana Saturday. , Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson spent the weekend at the Thoy Given home in Estherville. Agnes Berte spent a few days this week at the home of her grandmothcr,'Mrs Susan Berte, in St.. Joe. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends STRICTLY .BUSINESS "Would you mind practicing your juggling act for our amateur show somewhere else, Penwell?" Larsen and Nancy enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Glen Laraen nome. Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs HaVvey Graham, Mr and Mis William Spiecher of Buffalo Center and Mrs Mami Spiechef were afternoon callers. ; Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen returned Tuesday from a trip tnrough- the Ozarks and a visit with the Jim McColleys, Gerald Perdues and Billy Copas of Wichita, Kansas. Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family visited Wednesday evening at the Dwight Ruse home. Mr and Mrs P. W. Mario w and family were dinner and supper gUosts, Memorial Day, at the Clara Mai'low home at Hurt. Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch were evening callers Memorial Day at the Ray Fitch home. Mrs Mae Raney and Mrs L'ela Stewart of Algona called at the Ray Fitch home Sunday afternoon. A man who finds no satisfaction in himself seeks for it in vain elsewhere. LuVerne Marine Is Promoted Tolst.Lt. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Kay Elenz from New Hampton spent this week visiting her sister, Maggie Elenz, and friends. John Wagner spent this week visiting at the George Bormann home near New Hampton. Mr and Mrs John Thul visited with Mrs Margaret Bornong and son, John, in Rochester, Minn. Mrs Bornong is a sister of Mr Thul and is from Firesteel, S. D., but is a medical patient in St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester. Mrs John Reding, Mr and Mrs George Wagner, Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Mr and Mrs David Bernhard all from here, attended the First Mass and reception for Rev. Eugene Schumacher in St. John's in Bancroft Tuesday May 29. Rev. Schumacher is a cousin of the Wagners. Mr and Mrs Fred Illg and Mr and Mrs George Wagner attended -high school graduation exercises in St. John's church in Bancroft Sunday with Margery Zeimet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet of Bancroft, a member of the class. Following the Graduation Exercises a reception was held in the home of Margery's sister. Mr and Mrs George Diers and family in Bancroft. Mrs Rose Stattleman, Mr ana Mrs Frank Stattleman and Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges attended graduation exercises in St. John's church in Bancroft Sunday with Joel Vollmer, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmer of Bancroft, a member of the class.. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas returned home Thursday from. a week trip to Parsons, Kan., wnere they visited in the Mathew O'Conner home. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy went to Slayton, Minn. Sunday to visit an uncle of Mrs Lurseii's, Mr and Mrs Casper Wiegand. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps atlended a picnic dinner at the Cora Stow home in Burt, Memorial Day. Mrs Minnie Larsen and Velma, Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family and Mr and Mrs Lew,is LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes have word that their son, Lyell H. Holmes, has now 'been promoted from 2nd Lieut, to 1st Lieut. Lyell with the Marine Air Force is an instructor now stationed at Okinawa. Farewell Honors Mrs Gilbert Rowen was honored at a farewell courtesy Monday evening as the Canasta 8 met for a picnic supper at 0:30 at the town park. She was presented with a gift. The club went to the home of Mrs Harry Lichty for an evening of cards. Guest substitute players were Mrs Jess Jergensen and Mrs Walton DeWitt, At play, high, Mrs De Witt, second high,, Mrs Edward Dehnert and low, Mrs Jess Lindebak. Refreshments were served. Live-wires At Bally Kossuth County 4-H Rally Day was held at Swea City, May 26 with good representation of LuVerne Livewire Girls. Girls attending were Kathy • Bocke, Annette Braynard, Eleanor Rockwood, ' Rosemary Carroll, Sally Prior, Mary Lee Darby, Raeann Brink, Claudia Janssen, Sandra Jassen, Shjrleen Schnetzer, Leota Ann Voss,' Cheryl Dimler, Sheryl Goetsch and Judith Naffziger. Guests was Mrs William Littlejohn, drivers, Mrs John Bocke.s and two leaders, Mrs John Voss, Jr., and Mrs Harry Naffziger. N The Vern Theatre opened May 30 and will continue shows through September 29. Fred Genrich of Lone Rock was a visitor in the Mr and Mrs Ray Stone home Memorial Day. M/Sgt. Gordon Dimler of Ft. Bcnning, Ga. spent the past week visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler, and Sheryl. The infant son of Mr and Mrs Russell Stoddard of Fort Dodge was christened Michael Jesse, in the morning service at the Methodist Church Sunday by the Rev. Robert Kessinger. Mi- and Mrs Bryce A. Wickctt and Johnny spent the weekend visiting her mother, Mrs Doris Kimzey, in Milo. Ronald Martin spent a week visiting his parents, Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin. William Blumer of Minneapolis came Sunday to visit in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Paul Blumer, and family. Mr and Mrs Earl McBride of Morris. 111. arrived Friday for a week's visit in the G. M. Will home. -> Mrs Laurel Benttey and Dawn of i 'airneld came * Monday to visit her father, Phil C. Lichty, over the holiday. Mrs Anna Blumer and granddaughter, Shirleen Schnetzer, \yere v Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mr and Mrs George Kraft and family at Kanawha. Mkr and Mrs Hugh Shirk visited bunaay with their friends, Mr antl Mrs George Tiede, at Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs George Schnetzer visited his aunt, Susie'Schnetzer, in Emmets'burg Wednesday. Mrs Mintne Dickie of Mason City visited Tuesday and Wednesday in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner. Mr and Mrs Merlyn .Bore-herding and son, Alan, of Fort Dodge visited Wednesday evening in the Walter Engel and Aksel Nielsen homes. Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen of Ventura visited Wednesday in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Aksel Nielsen. Marsha Prior, who taught in the Forest City school the past year, has returned to the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs William Prior, for summer vacation. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn visited her brother, Mr and Mrs Keith Ostenbrug in Storm Lake Sunday. 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