The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 14
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(to.) Upptf D«i MofnM Tuesday, Octdber 23, 1956 Juniors Give Class Play At L-Rock, Lone Rock — The three act comedy "Call Me Darling" will be presented October 25 and 26 at the Lone Rock gymnasium by the Junior class with the following cast: Janice Zumach—student director. Carol Householder—Smitty. Judy Kading—Mary Jane. Darlene Long—Mom Hasklns. LeEma Schmidt—Aunt Annie. Wanda Schrader — Virginia Gregg. Mary Ann Dittmer—Pamela Payne. Argil Pettit—Billy Haskins. Jerry Jenson—Neeley. David Johnson—Pop Haskins. Sandra Marlow—Mrs Hamilton. Rachel McArthur — Lorelie Hamilton. Jim Berninghaus — Mr Chalmers. This play with this cast is a guarantee for an evening's entertainment you won't want to miss. Curtain call is set for 8 p.m. Admission will be adults, 50c; high school students, 35c; and grade students 25c. The director is Miss Kischer. Lone Rock Rockets The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met at the home of Jane Kissner. Saturday, Oct. 13. This year it is sewing. The new officers were installed and two new members were taken in. They were Linda Ramus and'Jane Ellen Chtistenson. The new officers are: President, Nancy Fischer; vice president, Janece Kissner; sec-treas., Susan Montgomery; reporter, Jane Kissner; historian, Jo Ann McCleish: card and gift comm., Dawn Schult, Linda Ramus, Jane Ellen Christenson; recrea- ,tion, Jeanette Hanna, Kay Geitzenauer; music, Susan Montgomery and Nancy Fischer; photographer, LaVonne Thompson. Mrs George Kissner and Mrs Sam McCleish are the leaders for this year. A gift was presented to the old leader Mrs Frank Meyer. There were four guest mothers. At Fellowship Rally Senior high officers and sponsors of the Westminister Fellowship that attended the rally at Spirit Lake, Sunday evening were Rev. C. E. Nordine, Mrs Vfm. Schrader, Donna Blanchard, Wanda Schrader, Judy Newbrough, Nancy Fischer, David Weber, Jerry Jensen, Kernet Krueger and Laverne Meyer. 3 Circle Meeting* Mrs W. G. Flaig entertained the Esther circle Thursday afternoon with 13 present. Mrs Florence Macumber of Algona was I guest. Mrs Ruth Krueger gave Ihe lesson. Mrs Don Houck was assisting hostess. Mary circle was entertained at the home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt with 12 members and six guests. Guild of Intercessors, Mrs Martha Rath and Mrs Hattie Shaser, were present. Mrs Jesse Blanchard has the lesson. Patsy circle met with Mrs Kenneth Jackson and 12 .members were present. Guests were Mrs Lawerence Pingel and Miss Florence Yager. Mrs Herman Kramer had the lesson. Modernettei Elect The Modernette Club met last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Paul Voigt at Fenton. Roll call was answered by 15 members. Election of officers was held with Mrs Roy Bierle being the newly elected president; Mrs Walter Dacken, vice president; Mrs Victor Dreyer, secretary; Mrs Paul Bernhard, treasurer. Entertainment was provided by Mrs Floyd Brekke. Next meeting will be with Mrs Gerald Radig. Sixth Birthday Sandra Seegebarth celebrated her sixth birthday last Sunday by entertaining the following olay- mates, Susan Buss, Karin Berninghaus, Diane Pompe, Diane Vaudt, Linda Erickson, Linda Kruse, Betty and Judy Wolters, Jeanette Runke, Rita and Allen Luedtke. Lunch was served by her mother Mrs Louie Seege- barth, Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and son Steve, Mrs Hilma Sampson, Mrs Wm. Fischer visited the Grotto at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen attended the funeral of Mrs Emma Peterson at Ringsted Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo, Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were Sunday supper guests at the Rose Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter of Ruthven were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter and Alvin of Graettinger. Mrs Wilfred Radig had the misfortune to step on a nail last Friday and has been advised by her doctor to stay off the foot for awhile. Mrs Rose Rahnstock of Lakota, her mother, is at the Radig home helping with the household duties. Rev. Norheim, Mrs Chas. Nelson of Cylinder and Mrs Mildred Mitchell were delegates to a W. M.S. convention in Petersburg, Minn, last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy called at the Maurice Weisbrod home Sunday evening. 38? and Mrs Chas. Nelson of Cylinder were Sunday afternoon and evening guests at the Mil- ptd Mitchell home. Mr» Louise Godden of Forest City w«* i» overoite guest Sun- and Monday at the Ronald Christenson home. Tuesday Miss Ruth Krueger and Mrs Christenson took; Mrs Godden back to Forest City. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn were dinner guests Sunday in Armstrong at the Burt Quinn residence. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and daughter Defawn called Sunday at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Supper guests there were Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mrs W. E. Houck of Cedar Falls spent last week at the Don Houck residence. Overnite guests there Sunday were Mrs Joe Kulhavey and two daughters of Mason City, Mrs Marilyn Holmes of Riceville and Mrs Lizzie Bailey of Norfolk, Virginia. Mrs Herman Kramer visited Wednesday at Humboldt with Mrs O. C. Tabor. In the afternoon the ladies called on Mrs Philo Tabor near Humboldt. Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Kramer called on Mr and Mrs Will Cooper at Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Eldon Warnke and boys of Yale spent the weekend at the Leslie Johnson home. She is Mrs Johnson's sister. Dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Maude Blanchard were Mr and Mrs Chot Alme and daughter Shirley of Ottosen. • Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy and Rodney were callers Sunday evening at the Dean Jergenson home in Algona, House guests at the P. M. Christenson home before and after the Golden Wedding Anniversary were Mrs Clair Vincent and daughter of Jefferson City, Mo.. Mr and Mrs Frank Hubbard of Clinton, la., Mrs P. E. Potter and daughter Ruth of Pueblo, Col., Mr and Mrs Wm. Krueger of Atwater, Minn., Merwin Christenson accompanied his sister Marieta to Des Moines Saturday where she left by plane for Pueblo, Col., after spending four weeks with her parents, the P. M, Christensons. Mrs Frank Flaig was honored at a coffee party last Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Roger Jensen, in 'honor of her birthday. Other guests were Mrs Dean Jergenson and daughter Barbara, Mrs Harvey Jergenson of Algona, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Miss Tena Jensen, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs W. G. Flaig and Mrs Roy Jensen. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs attended the Farm and Home Im- provcfment Show inear Bayard Thursday. Friday Mrs Jensen and daughter Kathy. Mrs Roy Jensen, and Mrs Emma Gehnert of Algona were luncheon guests at the home of Mrs Ed Hauttman at. Corwith. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie Jo, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris the latter of Algona called at the Lawrence Rath home Saturday evening to help John celebrate his birthday. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich attended the tenth annual conference of the American Cancer Society in Dos Moines over the past weekend. , Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus.visited his brother Don Ramus at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines Sunday. He received surgery last Thursday and is somewhat better. They also visited at the Ed Moore home in Altoona, la. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson attended a blacksmith meeting in Swea City at the Dewey Baker home. Sunday dinner guests at the W. G. Flaig home were Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson and family of Belmond, Miss Marilyn Meyer of Algona. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards visited her mother Mrs Maude Bilsborough in Algona Sunday- afternoon. Mr and Mrs Carl Reinhardt arid family called Sunday evening at the Art Zumach home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanohafd and' Jonathon and Mrs WoodrbW Pettit visited Patricia Blanchard at Woodward Sunday. Mrs Will Berninghaus arid Rudy visited Sunday evening at the home of her son and family, Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck arid Cynthia of Des Moines were weekend guests at the Henry Kueck home. Saturday they vis~ ited at Fairmont with her mother Mrs Fred Gellert. Dinner guests Sunday at the Kueck home were Melvin Kueck and family, Mr and Mrs Don Miller and family of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Bernhard Jensen of Seneca. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey of Burt. Miss Agnes Olson and Miss Lucille Montgomery called on Mrs E. A. Lee Sunday. , Mr and Mrs W. A. Burnhaih and family of Kanawha were dinner guests Sunday at the Kenneth Richards home. Supper guests included Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph. Mrs Kenneth Jackson entertained the following in honor of VOTE REPUBLICAN JOHN H. 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Keep that big "date with Ike" On ElecUKUk Day to vote Republican. from the Courthouse to the White Houi% lowq Supports fe&£l with an Tuesday/ November her son, Michael's fifth birthday, Tuesday • afternoon: Mollie, Jill and Cynthia Blanchard, Lanriy Kissner, Michael Lee, Stanley Nordine and- Jimmy Qeitzenauer. Rev. C. E. Nordine attended a fneeting at the Presbyterian church in Ames, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Bmzen called Tuesday evening at the Geo. B. Long home. Mr and Mrs A. E. Jergenson of Iowa City spent Tuesday and Wednesday with the Fred Gen- richs. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton spent Wednesday and Thursday in Minneapolis where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Anthony Byson at Elk River, Minn. Mrs Cotton's mother Mrs tt. E. Morgan of Algona returned with them after visiting there for two weeks. Mrs Clarence Householder, Mrs Chas. Householder and daughter visited Thursday at the Woodrow Pettit home. 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