The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 11
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Wesley Polishes Up On Amateur Acts For Show Wesley — The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Thursday evening, Mar * ' ?" s * ead of Thursday evening, April 6, as that is in Holy Week • Mrs. Rosella Neuroth, president, gave a short report of the county meeting held at Algona, which she, Mrs. Clara Erdman, Mrs Mary Neuroth, Mrs. Josephine Meurer, and Mrs. Viola attended. Mrs. Neuroth announced that the spring conference will be held in Ft. Dodge on Tuesday, April 25, and the state convention will be held in Do's Moines August 2, 3, and 4. Plans were discussed for the annual amateur program that is to be held on Friday ni-ght, April 14, in the high school auditorium. The opening number, "An Irish Jubilee," is under the direction of Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and Mrs. Elaine Down, and is to be put on by a large group of local talent. Entries have been received from several neighboring totfns and many from Wesley. ? Mrs. <F6e Kiieps' name was drawn for the $1.00, but she was not in attendance. The next meeting wilj fee on Thursday evening, May 4. « .; t Mrs. Marte: ( 'Bleich and Mrs. Rosalie DeBoer were hostesses. Library Takes Shape Mrs. J. P. Hauptman, Mrs. A. M. Lease, Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Mrs. John Huff,- Mfs. August Studer, and Mrs.. Herman Studer were busy women THursday afternoon, as they paintqd the woodwork in the new library rooms, stained the shelves that have beefi put up on the west wall. The floors had been ;sanded, k so the wtomen vacuumed* the fl6dr, then waxed it. Somfe Hooks fmve btfeh 1 donated 1 • and 'brought, to ; tJiej rooms, but " -more'Ire- needed/ v . f ' , Spellers Did Well i Teddy li^n&en was runneiup in ;the oral spelling contest held in Algona on Saturday, March 25. He represented Wesley rural district 5No. : 5. JJoart Pfrice, representing the public school, was one of four cdntestantp-in the written contest left'wh*r» the others had been eliminated, but Richard Jen- sen'of Lone .Rock.Qutipelled the dther : three, wyhfcirig. both the Written and the "oral contest. Larry Obrecht represented the local Parochial; gschool. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer. Mrs. Jack Robinson, and pi?nq Ifleinpeter attended > an all-day meeting for girl 1 scout leaders at Mason .City, Thursday. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer-, Albw* Kleinpeter, Mi^: J. M.fi^nz, and Mrs. Leonard , Aj-adorfen Jattendcd a meeting for'-Bdy Scout and' Cub Scout leaders at LuVerne, Thursday evening. i' Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Seefeld received a telephone call Wednesday evening from Don Hamilton of Marion, Ohio, telling them that a baby girl had -bt^ep born to him and his wife* tHe fottfifcr Geraldine Seefcld, that day. They also have a 3'/2 year-old son, Dan-ell Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Everetf Ackerson, Mrs. Clarence Aqkerson, Mrs. Viola Sludtr, and Mary. Ellen Kelch were in Mason City, Tuesday. ' • i ' Clarence Haverly returned to his home at * Elgin, 111., last week, lie had visited relatives here for two weeks. ' Mrs. Albert Dirksen and young son, Danny, of Albert Lea, Minn., spent' last week at the parental J. B. Meuhe home. Rev. J. A. Higgs returned home Friday from Buffalo Center, where he had bten since Sunday, assisting with the Lenten services in the Methodist church. krs. L. L. Lease tfas ofi the sick list most of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinan and family of Algona visited her mother, Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, and family on Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson spent the March 26 weekend at St. James, Minn., visiting his cousin, Edwin Johnson, and family. Mrs. Emil Wester has been suffering from neuritis the past two weeks. Their son, Karl Wester, of Ames visited his parents Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Larson are operating the Viking Oil station at the west end of town. They live in a trailer house. The Wesley Wizards entertained their parents at a "500" paprty at the Joe Goetz home Monday evening of last week. Prize winners iwere Mrs, John Huff, Joe Goetz, Vee Mullin, Adolph Girres, and Fred Bentele, who won door prize. Cheryll Meurer, student nurse of Ft. Dodge, spent Wednesday at her parental Joe Meurer home. Mrs. August Engstrom is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Everett Harris, and family at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and Sharon visited the Thayer Mullins at Minneapolis, Minn., -over the March 26 weekend. Sr. Joseph's Parish hall was given ft spring housecleaning on Wednesday afternoon by a group of CD A i members.' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer and his sister, Mrs. Anna Franz, of Manomjnej , Wis., visited their mother,,Mfs..,Mar.y Meurer,''in a nursipg home at Mason City, on Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Critser and sons of 'Conrad, la., spent the March 26 weekend at the Richard Smith hotne*. • > •' Mr. and Mrs: > Merle Johnson and family' of Woderi were Supper guests at the Richard Smith home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith entertained a group of friends at a canasta party, Friday evening. Mrs. Henry Haverly, Hugh and Kenneth, and Mary Joyce Kollasch were Mason City shoppers Friday. Alt Studer has been confined to his bed the past week or 10 days with a serious back ailrrfent. The music pupils of Sister Mag- delinc arc to give a rriusical recital Sunday evening, April 23, in the auditorium. / Friends here have received word from Isabel; Kerrins of Packston, 111., saying that she and a lady friend from Hooperston, 111., are leaving April 14 on the Queen Elizabeth , for a trip to France. Rome, England, and Ireland. Isabel was telephone operator here until'about nine years ago. TYPING PAl»EH. Algona Uppei Dea Momea. phone 1100. 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READY-MIX CONCPETE AND SUPPLY COMPANY 202 WORTH ALGONA iOWA Tifonka Girl In State Final Of Oratory Meet Tilonka — Mary Ann Nordman won a first place with her original oratorical reading, "Death Sentence for our Public," in the district contest of the Iowa State Speech association, held at Rolfe on Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25. The other contestants, Irvin Fahrenholtz in oratorical decla- niatioh, Joan Johnson, dramatic, and Herbert Tjaden in humorous, all placed second. Mary Ann will go to the state contest to be held at Cresco, April 21 and 22. Good Friday Services There will be two services on Good Friday, April 7, at the Methodist church. Meditation, sermon, and communion at 10, and a candlelight consecration service in the evening sponsored by the Young Adult Group. The Easter Sunrise service will br «t 6:15, followed by an Easter bi J.jk/ast, which will be served at the home of Mrs. W. J. Denton. The Easter breakfast is sponsored by. the Methodist W.S.C.S. and is for all the members of the Senior Youth Fellowship and all the Methodist college student who are home over Easter. New Arrivals Announcements have been re- reived of the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Wally Lichtenberger at Park hospital, Mason City, on March 24, and a baby boy born id Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Higdon at the Iowa Memorial hospital, Des Moines, on March 2$. Mrs. Lichtenberger is the former Lavonne Oesterreicher, and 'Mrs. Higdon the former Feme Oesterreicher, daughters of Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher of Titonka. The Good Hope Lutheran church will observe Maundy Thursday with a Holy Communion Service in the evening. On •Good Friday, there will be a Holy Service in the German language at 10:30. Whittemore Boy On Sub Tender Carroll H. E. Schmeling, fireman, USN, of Whittemors, Iowa, is now serving aboard the submarine tenner USS Nereus with the Pacific ?leet. : SchmeliuK, who previously served at tne Naval Training Center, San Diego, Cal., is a graduate of Whitternore High school, where he was active in baseball and basketball. Schmeiing entered the Navy in May, 1948, and received his recruit trsjning at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Cal, after which r.e attended the NavSl Electrician's Mate School. Mrs. Nell Opheim visited Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy J. Phillips in Algona with her sister, Mrs. Alice Phillips who was spending a few days there from Mason City. Mrs. Ambrose Licktieg and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson attended the Irvington Homemakers meeting at the home of Mrs. Howard Raney, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton of Algona called on the Martin Mimbach's Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Haukom and David of Hayfield, Minn., visited at the Glenn Gibrielson home Saturday. Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson attended the meeting on landscaping at the Methodist church at Burt, recently. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stebbins and Alice Jean, Algona, and Mrs. Alice Phillips were Thursday dirt- ner guests at the home of Mrs. Drusie Noble enroute to Mason SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Namer and Mrs. Martin Mimbach were Wednesday visitors in Emmetsburg Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones of Algona were Thursday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen at Whittemore. City, where Mrs. Phillips returned to her brother's home, Mack Wise, where she has been staying. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Plathe of LuVerne entertained guests nt a 6 o'clock supper Thursday evening. Guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum, Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding. Ottoson; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bormann. 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