The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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Gospel Team To Conduct At Seneca SENECA * Blakjer Lutheran chufch till hold its spring Mission Festival, Sunday, Aptil 17, tith a gospel team from Minneapolis In charge of ser* Vices. This group consists of jroung people who have traveled in Scandinavian countries speaking and singing in youth camps, Bible Camps, colleges, high school and other meeting places, - Services at the Blakjer church till begin at 11 a. m, There lgii_be a pot-luck fellowship- dinner in the church parlors at hoon and an afternoon session will begin at 1:30. : At 4:00 the young people from the local church will meet at the fit, Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted where they will have & Fellowship supper at 5:30 for the youth of St. Pauls, St. Johns and the Presbyterian churches of Ringsted. At 7:00 there will be an evening program for the youth, led by the gospel team. Joining the youth from Blakjer, and the three Ringsted churches will be the young people from St. Johns, Cylinder, Nazareth of Armstrong, ImmanuelofWall- ingford and Bethel of Graettinger. - o Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Des Moines spent the Easter weekend with his parents, the Cecil Baldwins. On Sunday they were all dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hath at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis drove to Minneapolis Saturday where they spent the day with their son, Vernon, and also visited with Jane Streucker. Vernon, who is stationed at Forbes AFB at Topeka, Kans., flew to Minneapolis that morn- 1 ing. The Wilbergs returned home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klein enter- talned their children and their families at Easter Sunday dinner. Their children Include a daughter and family, the Wendell Webers of Estherville; a son, the Wayne Kliens and four children, their daughter, Sharon Frierermuth and three daughters; also grand children, Pam, Charles and Scott Tippee of Fenton, and their daughter Sharon's teas* guest, Mills Sharon Ckrarly of New Zealand, lira. Betty Tippee, who is a nafge, woffctof at Fairmont, joined them later in the after- norm, - ' -.' v° r , Mf. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and fihfldrea visited at the parental Curtis cftsens over the Easter weekend. Easter visitors at the Henrietta ttioffipson home Included her daughter, Margie, husband, and son,, formerly of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft entertained at a family dinner Easter Sunday. Guests included her parents, the Glen Hoppes of Truman, Minn.; a brother and family, the Milford Hoppes of Madella, Minn,; a sister and family, the Robert ThateS of Ceylon, Minnij and a brother and family, the Freeman Hoppes of St. James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft joined them later in the afternoon and were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rubiano and daughter, Karen of Romney, West Virginia, spent Easter vacation weekend at the home of the latter* s mother, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda. Joining them Friday afternoon, also for the Easter weekend, were a son and family, the Roger Taylors and three daughters of Des Moines. Mrs. Kracht's mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona, was also a weekend guest at the Kracht . home. Mrs. Jay Fulwieler and son of Milwaukee spent the Easter weekend with her parents, the Fred Johannesens. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fortney, and Mrs. Nina Kracht attended the farewell party honoring Miss Lois Busch last Thursday even- Ing at the Extension meeting room at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Madsen recently returned home after having spent two weeks visiting •their daughter and family, the Jerry Bliss' at Great Bend, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston entertained on Palm Sunday In honor of their son, Larry's con-' Urination at the Armstrong Presbyterian church. Dinner guests Included the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston; also Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crowley; Edith and Myrtle Molinder of.Swea City; and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Martin and family of New Prague, Minn. Joe Crowley joined them in the afternoon. HEAR THE FABULOUS Baldwin Organ , played by Marcia Fairish at our booth at SPORTARAMA Ku$t UluSK Estherville and Spencer, Iowa BALDWIN ORGANS AND PIANOS MAGNAVOX STEREO AND TV SAT., APRIL 16 THE CHARLES RUSSELL ORCHESTRA Featuring Jimmy Noonan, Vocalist Playing Your Fqvorjtf Standard* ' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kraase and daughters, also Mr. and Mrs. Art Kranse of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Oils England of Ring* sted spent Palm Sunday at Cedar Falls, pests of the Herbert Krauses Jr. they attended the confirmation services tor Mrs. Marilyn Kranse at the Redeemer Lutheran church at the morning worship service. Mi. and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud were hosts to their children and families on Palm Sunday, their children include the Gaylord Olsens of Ringsted, the Rodney Olsens of Fairmont, Minn., the Allan firatruds of Jackson, Minn. and the Dave Macombers of rural Ringsted. James Bergum left April 1 for military duty having enlisted in the navy. He is presently at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bolllg became parents of their third son, an 8 lb., 12 oz. boy, born Good Friday morning at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. The baby in addition to the two brothers, has twin sisters, Becky and Bonnie, also three more sisters. Mrs. Clara Bollig of Bancroft is the paternal grand' _ mother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were Easter Sunday guests at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona. Other guests included Dr. and Mrs. J. J. L. Hendricksen of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit De Waard of rural Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. George Ownes, jr., of Des Moines, visited the latter's parents, the Verl Smiths over the Easter weekend. Joining the Smiths for Easter dinner on Saturday were the Owens of Des Moines, the grandparents, the Wm. Hansens of Ringsted, and Dennis Greene, formerly of the Renwick area. / Gene Bollig and children were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of a sister, the Henry Irmiters of rural Armstrong. Also joining them for dinner were the Jerry Irmiters, also' of rural Armstrong. They were Easter Sunday breakfast guests at the home of Mrs. Clara Bollig, Bancroft. Sharon Klein and a college friend, Miss Sharon Gourly of New Zealand, spent the Easter weekend with her parents, the Roy Kleins. They are both students at Iowa State University, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Looft' s ^brojheivand[ family, the Milford HoBpesJatvMadejiia, Minn., } hon- loring jthfr-Hoppe'-s son, Tim, who was confirmed that day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family attended Confirmation services at the First Lutheran church at Milford, last Sunday. Their nephew, Daryle Munden son of the Carl Mundens, was a member of the confirmation class. Daryle was honored at a dinner at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Petticord took their nephew, James Bergum, to Minneapolis last Friday where James was to leave for military service having enlisted in the navy. His wife, the former Jolleen Mueller, accompanied them to Minneapolis For the present she will remain at Fairmont where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Patersen spent the weekend of March 26 at Ft. Dodge where they helped their daughter and family, the Eugene Priests, move to a home on Eugene's parents farm not far from Ft. Dodge. Eugene will commute to Ft. Dodge where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Wilberg's sister and family, the Henry Langes, at Thompson, la. The occasion honored the Lange's son, Duane, who was confirmed that day. Mr. and Mrs. Wilberg had been Duanes baptismal sponsors. Many Visitors, Easter Weekend, In Fenton Area FENTON " The Fenton Friendly Neighbors club met Saturday at the home of Elsie Dreyer with Louise Dreyer as co-hostess. There were nineteen members present to answer roll call "What I said pd never do, but did," The group voted to give five dollars to the cancer fund. They ajso distributed Easter boxes to several shut-ins. Lena Luedtke and Dort Ranney were in charge of the program. April birthday noted was that of Beatrice LJangerman, Guests of the group we.-e Ida Preyer and Carol and Michael T. je. t'z, Easier Sunday djaner guests of Mr, ana Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger were Mr, and Mrs. Allen Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kjaepek and family, Mr. Lone Rock Man Engaged To Wed Oti Thanksgiving DORIS KRIEGEL Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Kriegel, Houston, Texas, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Doris Ruth, to Larry T. Belitz of Lone Rock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Belltz of Bennett, la. The groom-to-be is a graduate of Concordia Teachers College River Forest, HI. where Miss Kriegel attends at present. Currently, he is a teacher and principal at Immanuel Lutheran school, Lotts Creek. The wedding will take place Thanksgiving. and Mrs. Floyd Bellinger and family of Waukegan, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael, Mrs. Maro^eit Weisbrod, Mr. Harvey Bellinger and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rabey and family of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johansen and family of Minneapolis spent Easter weekend with Mrs. Esther Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw. Wayne Stoeber and Don Yager spent several days Easter vacation with their parents, the Wilfred Stoebers and Clarence Yagers. They returned to Ames on Sunday. Mr.- and Mrs. Don Shaw left Sunday for Rapid City, S. Dak. to attend the funeral of Don'i aunt. Don's parents, the Claude Shaws had been caring for her since July 1. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck! and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne were ....dinner....guests., .of. the ..Richard ; ;StuckiifamilyotSpencer..-. :; ., Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were Easter Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of the Norman Bellinger family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland recently visited with Rev. and Mrs. Samih Ismir and Jody Sue of Bismarck, N. Dak. On Sunday they attended the Lutheran church of The Cross services which Rev. • Ismir conducted. In the evening they attended a choir cantata at the church. While in Bismarck they visited the new airport, an art show and the zoo. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber recently returned from a three months vacation which included a jet flight to Hawaii for several weeks visit. Then back to the mainland where they picked up their car at Los Angeles for an extended tour of California. Las Vegas, Nevada and Arizona. Their son and daughter-in-law, the Ervin Kussulke's of St. James, Minnesota accompanied them to Hawaii and flew home from Arizona early in February. On Palm Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber attended the confirmation of their granddaughter, Debra Kussulke and 24 of her classmates at St. Paul's Evengelical Lutheran church at St. James, Minn. After the services they were dinner guests of the Kussulkes. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and Mrs. Gene Tietz attended the wedding of Barbara Fichbohm and Leonard Kulish at Our Lady of Mount Carmel church at Lawler, Iowa on Monday morning. Miss Fickbohm is the daughter of the Thomas Fickbohras and Mrs. Fickbohm is the former Dorothy Wichtendahl. Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy were weekend guests of their daugheer and family, the Darrel Householders of Omaha, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and Bob Wilberg were Easter Sunday guests of Mr. Martin Wilberg. Easter Sunday dinner guests of the Walter Perils were Mr. and Mrs. James Gowans and Elizabeth of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gowans and Mr. Adloph Peril. St. John's Ladies Aid of Fen» ton met Wednesday with Rev. Spicer leading the devotions and the topic "Preparing for your Ministry." Reports were given on the Home Finding Society Meeting at Ft, Dodge. The group was reminded of the spring LWML Rally to be held at Swea City on April 27. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Bill Elmers, Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mrs. Norman Finnestad. Easter weekend guests of the Allen Bollingers were their son and his family, the Floyd Bollingers of Waukegan, 01. Kristine Bellinger, daughter of the Norman Bollingers was a recent overnight guest of the Wayne Bollingers of Lone Rock. Wesley Hosts Its Students Over Easter WESLEY - Students home for the Easter vacation include Vicki Arndorfer, Cedar Rapids; Paul Wetter and Jeannie Nelson, Iowa City; Dick Jongewaard and Ruth Wubben of Wheaton, m.; Mike Licktelg, Ronnie Root and Dick Loeblg of Dubuquej James Walker, Omaha; Gary Miner, Storm Lake; Linda Detmering, Mavis Nygaard, Barbara Leek and Marilyn Skew, Cedar Falls; Daniel Skew, Reuben Skow and Fred Girres, Ames; Jim Raney, Brookings, S. D.; Lewis Studer Carthage, Mo. - o - Nell Frimml will entertain her auction bridge club Thursday afternoon, April 14. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith spent Easter Sunday with their daughter and family, the Leonard Studers at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Laura Walker accompanied her son J. L. Walker, Jim, Steve, Dean and Ann to West Des Moines where they spent the Easter weekend with the former's daughter and family, the Dick Snell family. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, Connie and Margaret attended the graveside rites for their grandson and nephew, John Joseph Hilbert, 7-week old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hilbert of Algona, Wednesday morning, April 6 at 9:30 at Calvary Cemetery, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. The baby was born at St. Ann hospital Feb. 9 and was taken to an Iowa City hospital the next day where he died Monday. His mother is the former Kathleen Me rtz, daughter of the Ray Mertz's of Algona. The Hilberts have a son Jerry. Mrs. Francis Pierce has been .'"vcalled for petit Jury duty in Hancock Co. and will report to the Garner courthouse April 25 ' Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek were brought home Wednesday from the Britt hospita, where they had been for medical care. Her brother Armand Adolf of Adrian, Minn, are helping out at the Martinek home. Wesley students on the Gold honor roll at Garrlgan high school include Jean Goetz, Margaret Uckteig, Mark Muehe, freshmen; Patricia Reiling a sophomore ; Susan Nelson and Carol Otis, juniors; Mary Jo Becker, a senior. They merited a grade average of 90 or better. On the silver honor roll with averages between 88 and 90 were Shirley Becker and Lynn Studer, freshmen; Rebecca Hilbert, Sharon Hildman, Rebecca Uck- teig, Karen Otis and Steven Walker, juniors; Bonita Relslng a senior. Guests in the A. C. Dlscher home Sunday April 3 were the Dr. Paul Warners, St. Cloud, Minn.; Will Walls and Marvin and the Douglas Walls, Comfry, Minn. The family dinner was in honor of Jerry Dlscher who left Thursday for an army camp at Bellvlor, Va. He had spent Thtmday, April 14,1966 AffSfftt (to.) U«»ir Hit a 10 day furlough at home following the completion of basic train* Ing at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. The Dischers and Jerry were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Beulah Green in Britt and Thursday evening dinner guests of Anna and Ethel Flora. The C. D. A, Mother-Daughter banquet will be held in St. Patrick's parish hall in Britt Thursday evening, April 21, with the Britt Guild ladies serving, The local officers will have charge of the entertainment. Earl Robinson who had been employed as milk hauler for the Coop Creamery Co. for 12 years is now employed at Weldenhoff plant at Algona. Oscar Johnson was admitted to the Britt hospital Tuesday, April 5 for medical care. His wife was buried Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeffer and Julie of Ames spent Friday, April 8 with his mother Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer and with John Pfeffer of Iowa City who spent several days here. Jurgen Skow was re-elected president of the W$H*y Evergreen cemetery association. Lotr Simpson was re-elected secretary and waa re-hired as career. Easter Sunday guests in G» N. F. wetter hotoe were thelt daughter and family, the Calvin Meineckes of Jefferson, the Gee. Roeders, St. Benedict, John Readers, Algooa, the LsRoy Grandganetts and Harold Webers of Wesley. Banns of marriage were published Sunday In St. Joseph's Catholic church for Elaine Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mf*. Leo Goetz and Glennls Amber, son of Mrs. Matguertte Amber of Des Moines. they will be married here April 23. Mrs. Goett is a graduate of Garrlgan high school and Hamiltons Business College and IB employed in Des Moines. Her fiance is a graduate of technical high school and is an instrument pilot technician for Air guard in Reno, Nev. If n't Newt We Want tit ATTENTION GOLFERS! Add enjoyment to your game Now's the chance to get more fun out of your golf game with an economical Midwest Golf Kar. Statistics have proven that Golf Kars will save your strength and lower your score. Visit our display at the Sportarama. 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