The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 12
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4-Algona fie.) Upper De* Maine* Tuesday, October 30, 1956 Honor Fenfon Couple At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Carl Zumach of Fenton were honored Sunday evening at a dinner at the home o' their son, Mr and >. Mrs Art Zvr.nach of Lone Rock. Nil was their 58th wedding anniversary. Cei ter piece was a large wedding i-:<ke decorated with old time horse and buggy design. Guests included Mr and Mrs Bill Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and Douglas of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Marvin Luedtke and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Luedtke and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Luedtke and family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles and son. Mr and Mrs Paul Zumach and Debra, Mr and Mrs Morton Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Dennis Zumach. Mrs Herman Luedtke was unable to at- tend because of sickness. She is a daughter. Cards were played during the evening with high prizes going to Mrs Bill Zumach and Donald Luedtke and low prizes to Mr and Mrs Marvin Luedtke. Travel prize was won by Mrs Clarence Zumach. Legion Auxiliary Supper The American Legion Auxiliary is having a pot-luck supper and bazaar Wednesday evening, Nov. 7. Each member is to bring a covered dish and something to sell at the bazaar. Members who have not already brought gifts for the state at Woodward are asked to bring them to this meeting. They are to be sent by Nov. 16. Gifts may be for all ages, toys for children, good used clothing, costume jewelry, etc. The Auxiliary also voted to send $10.00 in cash to the hospital. Husbands and legion members are. invited. The auxiliary has 61 paid up members out of a total 77. To Birthday Parly Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow, Kern and Merrill Fay, Charlotte Volk of Whittemore spent Sunday in Livermore and were dinner guests at the home of Mrs Marlow's mother, Mrs Katherine Collins. 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Meeting Nov. 1 The Lone Rock P.W.O. will meet at 2-.30 Thursday afternoon, Nov. 1st, at the Presbyterian Church. Mrs Jerry Heetland of Ltakota will be the guest speaker. Hostesses will be Mesdames Raymond Bierle, Joe Culbertson, Kenneth Jackson, Emil Person, Maude Blanchard and Dennis Priebe. Mrs C. E. Nordine will have charge of the lesson. Mr and Mrs Howard McChes- eny of California left Wednesday after visiting at the Amanda Pettit home. Mrs Maude Blanchard returned home Wednesday after visiting her daughter and family, the Alfred Schultze's, at Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn spent the weekend at Pipestone, Minn., where they visited her sisters and families, the Wm. Weatherlys and Wm. Mouws. Mrs Huth Krueger and Mrs Roy Zunkel accompanied Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard to Humboldt Sunday afternoon where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Motlie, Jill and Cynthia, spent the weekend in Des Moines with her parents, H. K. Drowns. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich visited Sunday afternoon and evening in Livermore at the home of the John Haucks. They also called at the Clarence Wells home there. Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig were guests Sunday in Belmond at the home of their daughter and family, Fred Iversons. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family visited at Ottosen Sunday afternoon with the Chester Alnie family and Alfred Schultz family. Ruth Krueger is spending the week at the P. M. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family were coffee guests there Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family were dinner guests Sunday at LuVerne at the Nels Jensen home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan called Saturday evening at the Lawrence Rath home. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman of Algona, Mrs Kate Schroeder of Fenton were callers at the Schroeder home. Marilyn Holmes and Sharon Conger of Riceville spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Don Houck. Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis, Lakota, Mr and Mrs Alex Radig, Fenton, were callers Sunday ai- terhoon at the Wilfred 'Radig home. Mrs Rose Rahmstock of Lakota spent the weekend at the Radig home. Diane Hovey, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Marshalltown. spent the weekend with her parents, the Arden Hoveys. Sunday evening the Hovey family called on her father, W. H. Meyer, at Swea .City. Sunday dinner guests at the Delmar Fischer home were Mrs Everett Lundcin and son, Dennis, Mr and Mrs Dean Lundein and daughter Debbie of Boxholm, Mrs Hilma Sampson and Mrs Wm. Fischer. Mrs Sampson returned home with the Lundein family after spending a month visiting at the home of Mrs .Wm. Fischer and with other relatives and triends. Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Ruth Kruger and Mrs Frank Flaig visited Wednesday afternoon in Garner with Mrs Jim Ackerman who has been ill. Mrs Ellis Kester and Mrs Mary Flaig visited Fred Genrich at St. Ann hospital in Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr Genrich has been a patient at St. Ann hospital since last Monday. Mrs C. E. Householder and Mrs Woodrow Pettit called at the Bill Householder home in Fenton Thursday. Nancy and Ann Christenson were Tuesday supper guests of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family. Mrs C. W. Heerdt of Burt called on Mrs Frank Flaig Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Weber home near Bancroft in honor of their daughter, Cinda's, birthday. Dr. and Mrs LeRoy Henrlksen, Glenn and Paul, were supper guests Sunday at the Gerald Radic home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kcnnit visited the Chester Alme family at Ottosen Sunday. Mr and Mrs A. J. Elsbebker were guests for dinner Sunday at the George FotH home at Livermore. Mrs Don Wentworth of Ringsted Friday accompanied Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sue Ann to Sibley where they visited her mother, Mrs Beulah Gammelgaard. Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris spent Sunday at Gowrie with their daughter and family, the Jack Johnsons. Mrs C. E. Householder, Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Susie, Peggy and Richard, called Sunday in Ringsted at the Ralph Reidel residence. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy, were callers Sunday afternoon in East Chain, Minn., at the R. G. Borchardt home. Titonka Girl Is Engaged To Des Moines Man Titonka — Mr and Mrs Carl F, Callies announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kay Callies, to James Frederick Engel, son of Mrs Lucille A. Engel, Des Moines. The bride-elect is a graduate of Iowa Methodist School of Nursing, Des Moines and presently attending Drake University as a senior. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, social sorority. Mr Engel is a graduate of Drake University where he was a member of Sigma F'hi Eplilson, social, Alpha Kappa Psi, commerce fraternity and Beta Gamma Sigma, business scholastic fraternity. Presently he is taking graduate work at the University of Illinois. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker have received the news from their daughter Maxine and husband, Mr and Mrs Ray Brummer of Mount Vernon, Washington, that they are the parents of a baby boy 5 Ibs. 4 oz. October 24th. He has been named Gregory Charles. Lee Franklin Stockwell, son of Mr and Mrs Lem Stockwell left Friday, Oct. 26, after a week's visit with his parents, relatives and friends for California where he will report to Pendleton Base near San Francisco. He is a member of the United States Marines and has just recently completed his basic training there. The Ramsy Reformed church at Titonka will hold a Chicken supper and bazaar Thursday, Nov. 8, in the church parlors with serving starting at 5:.0. This is sponsored by the Ladies Aid and everyone is welcome. The Titonka High School Quar- tette consisting of Virginia Fritz, soprano; Donna Beenken, alto; Lowell Bilsbourough, tenor, and Allen Boyken, base, received first at the Northwest District elimination contest held at Spencer Saturday. Nancy Tjaden, the accompanist, also won' a first and they will compete in the finals at the mass state 'chorus held in Des Moines November 23 and 24th. Mrs Lawrence Govern is the music instructor. Mr and Mrs John Welhousen left Tuesday afternoon for San Marcus, Texas, to see their son Gerald who is stationed with the armed services there. They expect to be gone a week. Miss Myrtle Sachau returned 'co her home in Chicago, 111., after a month's visit with her brothers and sisters in and around Tilon- ka. Miss Louise Sachau and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann took her to the train at Britt Tuesday evening. Mrs Wm. Boyken of Titonka attended the Kossuth County T.B. and Health Association meeting held Saturday, Oct. 27 at Algona. A 12:00 o'clock luncheon was held at the Johnson House. The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. Mrs Bonnie Schutter will present: "Judaism- Religion of the Jews". Hostesses will be Mrs Loren Hans, Mrs Vernon Wenger, Mrs John Johnson and Mrs Herbert Rakow. Mrs Wm Boyken accompanied Mrs Henry Orthel to Algona Wednesday where they attended the special meeting put on by* the Farm Bureau extension office at Algona. Miss Margarita Tarr of Extension office in Ames showed how plantings aftd landscapings should be done and visited many homes in Algona, Burt and on farms surrounding Algona. Misses Minnie and Alice Pannkuk have received the news of the death of their avmt Mrs Jim Crees of Brandywine. Maryland, Wednesday, October 17. She and her husband were former residents of Titonka. She reached the age of 71 years and is survived by two daughters and one son. Her husband preceded her in death last year. 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