The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 11
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10th Anniversary Party, Whittemore Women's Club Whittemore — The Whittemore Woman's Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Louis Greinert. After the regular business meeting was held, an interesting program was presented observing the tenth anniversary of the local club. Mrs Louis Greinert played piano selections, and Mrs Harry Seely read some poems appropriate for the occasion. Then followed a short memoriam to Eva Besler and Olga Eltaert, given by Mrs Harvey Merger. Mrs P. J. Andre reviewed the club's ten years history. Mrs Andre presented lovely corsages to the club's charter 'members who are still active, and are as follows: Mrs Harry Seely. Mrs Harvey Merger), Mrs Daniel Foley, Theresa Duffy, and Mrs Evelyn Andre. Aid S&ciely Meets Members of St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon in the basement of St. Paul's church. The aid voted to join the Woman's Mission League, to those who are interested in joining. They also voted to send clothing and food to Cherokee, and a special collection for the Lutheran Hour. Folliwng the meeting the following committee served the lunch, Mrs Roland Bernau, Mrs Louis Braatz, Mrs Otto Bell and Mrs Theodore Biersted. Agnes Schipporeit, Mrs Dora Faulstich, Dorothy Rosendahl and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely were Thursday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Donald Hurl- burl in Fort Dodge. Mr Hurlbert is employed with the Buscher and Gerbcr Construction contractors of Algona, and Mrs Hurlburt was ;hc former Hazel • Maahs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Maahs i)f here. Mrs Paul Weinhold arrived at Mason City, Friday, where she was met by her husband and daughter, the Rev. Paul G. Weinhold and daughter Jeanne. Mrs Weinhold had been in Houston, Texas, with her daughter and husband the Rev. Elmer Mutheis for a week. Miss Weinhold arrived at Spencer Thursday afternoon where she was met by her father. She \v'll spend a few days here wit IT her parents and will then depart for Germany, where she will he employed by the civil service. She had been employed in Denver. Colo. WcirH was receiver! here by relatives uf the sudden death of Mrs Louis Wegener in Chicago. Mrs Wcgener died from a heart attack Wednesday. The Wegener's were forme r residents here. Mr Wegener operated the old elevator here and 'owned the Sam.. Mogler farm which they farmed for muu-y years. Mr and Mrs Frank Foley t ntertained their pinochle club at their home Monday evenini;. High prize went to Frank Piekarski and Mrs George Fandcl Si'., second high was won by Fred Kollasch, and William Fandel Sr. Low went to .Nick Reding and Creek, drove to South Dakota Tuesday where they intend to buy some feeding cattle. Ralph Sebers and Roland Hedin arrived here Saturday morning and remained here until Monday evening before returning to Aurora, III., where both are employed. They came home to hunt pheasants. Mr and Mrs Theodore Kenne, accompanied Mr and Mrs Joseph Keine and family to Worthingtqn, Minn., Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kcwne. Mrs Paul Weinhold left for Houston, Texas, last week where she is helping take care of her daughter Mrs Elmer Mattheis who underwent surgery recently. Mrs George S. Elbert vac .-ted her farm Saturday and moved to her home which she bought from Maynard Rocber the latter part of this summer on east Main Street. Her son Melvin M. Elbert will move his family to the farm home one half mile east of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Anthony Busher- fcld had as dinner guests at their home Sunday, Mr and Mrs Jack Spurgeon and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Busherfeld and son of here, Mr and Mrs Dale Lewis and family, Emelda, and Evelyn Busherfeld and Patricia Anderson of Fort Dodge, and S A. Theresa Busherfeld of Ba/.i- bridge, Maryland. Mr and Mrs Wayne Bellinger of Lone Rock entertained a group of relatives at their home Sun- day. Present were Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and son Paul, Mr and Mrs Elmer O. Bell, Mr and Mrs Otto Bell, Mr and Mrs Bernard Bell and family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Schwint and son David, and August Roeber, of here, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl, pf Fenton. Mr and Mrs Erwin Joynt left for Phoenix, Ariz,, last week after spending a week here with M.rs Joynt's parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser. Mr and Mrs Theodore Wagner j and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and their families of Irvington, were Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Reding. Mr and Mrs Oral Hedrick of Curlew were Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Virgil Elbert. Playback A Tape Wedding Record For Recent Bride Livermore—There was a miscellaneous shower in the Methodist Church parlors Monday evening in honor of Mrs Ronald Schultz a recent bride. A mock wedding was put on by Mike Stoddard, Gary Schultz, Hugh Mackintosh. Denny Schultz, Bobby Stoddard, Buford Hollinger, Keith and Delmar Smith and Timmy Colwell. Mrs Everett Andersen was organist and Tommy Colwell was vocalist. Mrs John Olson gave a reading. A tape recording was given of their wedding. The bride opened her many lovely gifts from a table with a white cloth deeorat- . Mrs Leo Walters, travel to George Fandel Sr., and Mrs ion Hyink. Mrs Kvelyn Andre entert the Scatter Club at her Monday cvenir.;;. High was bv Rooi rt Walker and Mrs Geelan, low went to Carl :-on and Mrs Hanna Elbert, travel to George Winkle. Arthur Anderson of her Edwin Wichtemlahl of Mrs Mar- ained home won J. B. John, and 2/se part of today's income for tomorrpu/'s needs! Protection INSURED Open your account today and add to. it regularly. Attractive earnings are added. I*V Realize 3 To Current Earnings On Your Savings START ANY TIME IN ANY AMOUNT All Accounts Fully Insured To $10,000 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Algona, Iowa Since 1917 Now In 39th Year ed in lavender and white the bride's chosen colors. She was assisted by her sister Nona Hefty and Janine Becker. Refreshments were served by the committee. They included Mrs Harold Stoddard, Mrs Hartley Mackintosh, Mrs Herbert Roney, Mrs Kenneth Howard, Mrs Fay Falb, Mrs Harold Dolder, Mrs Burrell Smith, Mrs Chester Ogan, Mrs Leonard Wilson and Mary Colwell. Hostess At Shower Mrs Karsen Kvitli entertained 40 ladies at her home at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening in honor of her sister, Karen Bordwell, who was married Saturday evening at the Lutheran church in Humboldt. The evening was spent in playing bingo. The bride opened her many gifts. She was assisted by the groom's sister, Anita Schar. Refreshments were served by Mrs Kvitli Parish Card Parly Frank Cox, Charles Berte, Donald Elsbeckttr. James Gilligan. Kenneth Grein. Eugene Hani fan, Lawrence Curran, James Stohl, James Schade, Stanley Seger, Harold Thomas, Lyle Nelson, Milton Bergum, Leslie Jensen and Michael Kisch Jr. entertained at a card party at the parish hall in Sacred Heart church Thursday evening. Tuesday, November 13, 1*56 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—5 High prize in bridge went to Mrs Ted Wagner, high for me,n in 500 went to Dennis Behounek and high for ladies to Mrs Arnold Kellner. Mrs Anna Welter won the door prize. Hostess At Bridge Mrs George Lenertz was hostess to the Contract Club members and Florence Altman at a fine-thirty o'clock luncheon at her In line Friday afternoon. High pi'i/.e went to Mrs Ted Wagner, ^econd high to Mrs J. F. Hamm, guest prize to Florence Altman :md bingo prize to Mrs Harry Clark. Mrs Ted Wagner will be the next hostess. Mrs Frank Cox entertained Florence Altman of Cedar Rapids, Lena Altman, Mrs Clifford BH';L?' and Mrs Anna Berte and daughter Agnes at a Somba party at her home Friday evening. Oscar and Ida Riley of West Bend spent the weekend here with his sister. Mrs Kate Collins. Mrs Cletus Streit and children of St. Joe visited Thursday with lie'- mother, Mrs Anna Berte. Mr and Mrs Norman Scott received word that the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Gordon ocott of Storm Lake is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Jerome Kellner is suffering with a bad eye that he received while doing welding at Twin Rivers School. He got a piece of sleel in it. Mr and Mrs John O. Hansen were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of their son Wayne Hansen at Buncombe and :u i M r. . •: i i ' . day of their granddaughter Joan Hansen. Mrs Marg Hauck has returned from 'Ralina, Kan., \vher|e she spent eight days visiting her daughter. 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