The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 25
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Wesley C.D.A/S Assist, Forest City Initiation Wesley — The C. D. A. held their regular meeting Wednesday evening, Nov. 1, with Maude Studer, Grand Regent, presiding. Phyllis Walker was re-installed as a member. Clara Erdman gave a report of the charter initiation ceremonies at Forest City Monday evening, Oct. 29. 'Twelve ladies from here attended. The degree work for the 36 candidates put on by members from Garner, Mason City, Clear Lake and Wesley. Mrs Erdman represented Wesley in the degree work. The new court is St. James number 1745 and the meeting was held in the parish hall. Viola Loebig reported that she and Maude Studer, Mary Bode. Marie Doughan and Mildred Arndorfer attended a C. D. A. guest night at Mason City on October 16. Mrs Clo Hutchison, formerly of Wesley, extended an invitation to Wesley ladies to visit her at her new home in Mason City. Francis Weber, lecturer, led the prayers for the Poor Souls. Clara Haverly received the cash attendance prize. , Following the business meeting bridge and 500 were played. In bridge Mary Weber and Lizzie Ilildman won first and second high score prizes. In 500 Wilhehnina Hughes and Mary Joyce Haverly got the prizes. The next meeting will be Wednesday evening, Nov. 21. Mildred Martin, Clara Haverly, Emma Olson, Theresa Berger, Madonna Studer and Minnie Studer will be on the serving committee. Helen Johnson, Matilda Goetz Mary Lickteig, Mae Carman and Florence Hildman will be on the entertainment committee. The annual Christmas parly will be Wednesday evening, Dec. 5. Mrs J. M. Kunz and Mrs Andrew Reising were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 7. The Society will meet again Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 21. tion at Lone Rock Thursday afternoon. Mrs Heelland guest Speaker. MH Frahke SchadfeAdorf returned Wednesday from Port Angeles, Wffsh., where she had visited t\v6 weeks with her daughter and family. She had gone to Washington to attend tHe wedding of her grandson William Fisher. Mr and Mirs Roy W^rley of Springdale, Ark. visited last week with the Donald Clapper family. Mr und Mrs Lester Ruby of Hanlontown attended the baptismal rites of their grandson, Stephen Joe Beschman at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. They were guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Berschman for dinner. Keith Hertzke has concluded a furlough with his parents and returned to camp at Jacksonville, Fla., where he will attend an air school. The Messers and Mesdames Burdette Hoeppner .and Clifton Buckels went to Rochester Sunday to visit Mrs Russell TePaske who is staying there with her four year old son Larry who remains unconscious since being struck by a car on a Hutnboldt street a week ago Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hcetland and Mr and Mrs Laurence Lewis went up Friday and his condition was still unchanged. ' The qhickeh supper served by the -Lakdta Band Mothers Tuesday night at the Hot Lunch room was a hugh success. It is esti- rtialea that over 400 people were served <vith receipts of'$375.00 The project was to raise monej for additional uniforms. Mrs Richard Zielske accompnn- led her brother, Paul Oldenberg and wife of Elmore, Minn, to Sterling, 111. to attend funeral services for a grandniece. Miss Lurene Barrett visited hei sister LaVaun in Des Moines Thursday until Saturday while their father, V. A. Barrett attended the teacher's convention. Mr and Mrs Walter Hans ot Swea >* City visited Mrs Hans mother, Mrs Ida Ukcna Wednesday night. More Lakota. families have been on ,the move the past'week, Mr arid Mrs James Mcurer moved into their recently completed home in west part of town and Una D. C. Knedlar family moved into! the Klo'cke house vacated by Meurers, and Mr and Mrs Anton Kadoes moved Friday into the house vacated by Kned- lars which they purchased from Wm. Kephart. • LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heetland Dr. and Mrs Maynard Ukena, Tom and Dick of Ames were Sunday gue.sts of Maynard's mother, Mrs Ida Ukena and Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena. Mrs Jerry Heelland and Mrs Franke Schadendorf attended the Presbyterian Women's Organiza- Algona High School Junior Class Play H. S. AUDITORIUM The Little Minister Wed. Nov. 3 PB Mi ADMISSION: ADULTS—5Cc STUDENTS—33c RESERVATIONS NEXT TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY NOV. 13 & 14 AT THE H. S. TICKET OFFICE LOCALS tot arid Mts Hatf? Cull** to Waterloo last weekend and visited the former's brother Leonard Cutler who had suffered a heart attack and was hospitalized. They also drove to Cedar Falls to visit Mr Cutler's parefits Mr and Mrs Albert Cutler. Mr and Mts L, L. Snyder were hosts to their couple card club on Sunday evefting. Mr and Wfts Ed Sindelar Were guests and also received the prize for high score. Other members are Mr and Mrs Ev( rctt Barr and Mr and Mrs John Claude and they meet for diniH-i- Mr and Mrs Frank Bulls had a:; visitors their son-in-law arid daughter Mr and Mrs Charles Buss and son Steven, of Minnea- polis, Other guests have been their sons and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Hubert Butts and Bob Butts of Dos Moines, and Mr and Mrs Henry Wirtjes, of Sibley, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs Butts. Arch feushnell, of Childersberg, Ala., visited his sisters Mrs Jean VVadsworth and Mrs Margaret Hofmaster Thursday and Friday. His wife came as far as Webster City where she stopped with rel- tu6*day, Id, fW6 Al§ane (fa.) Upper atives and spent the time with a sister who is seriously sick. He will be well remembered as he grew to young manhood here, attended the local schools, later graduating from the Iowa State college, Ames. He is in the construction business. 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