The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
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HONOR SON Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rlley entertained last Tuesday in honor of their son David, who received his Eagle Scout award that evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam and the honored s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. William Funk. BIRTHDAY HONORS Mrs. Henry Johannsen has been honoree at several parties honoring her birthday. The first was a bridge foursome at Mrs. Esther Helberg's at which other guests were Mrs. Russell Cook and Audrey Frye, Another party was the "Big Six" club which met at Mrs, Nancy Morrall's. Other members are Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. Ed Blumer, Mrs. Cecil McGinnis and Mrs. Frank Sterling. Thursday evening, her birthday club had dinner at Van's and spent the evening at cards at Mrs. Esther Helberg's. Other members of this club are Mesdames Elizabeth Post, James Allen, Ray Cook, Frank Ostrum and Atha Hardgrove. - o - SHOWER HONOREE Barbara Bartlett, Mrs. Larry Householder, Mrs. Tim Vlpond and Susan Vipond gave a breakfast and miscellaneous shower April 9 for Julie Vipond, whose marriage to Robert Dickinson, Fairmont, took place April 16 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. - o - CHURCH DOINGS Rev. Walter Morz conducted the worship service at the Good Samaritan homes Sunday at 1:30, Sunday evening at 5:00 there was a United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship meeting. Kitty Hardgrove was chairman of the re- freshments committee. At 7:30 the Mariners club met in the Fireside room. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christie and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm gave the lesson. ™ o - SEWING, BRIDGE Mrs. Vivian Skogstrom entertained the Knit and Sew club Wednesday. Mrs. Laura Hough was hostess to her bridge club last Thursday. - o * INFORMAL COFFEE Mrs, Pete Halsrud entertained a few friends at an informal coffee Thursday. Present were * Mrs, Oliver Bakken, Mrs. Albert Olson, Mrs. Anne Presthus, Mrs. William Baker, Mrs. Julius and Mrs. Amanda The time was spent Peterson Johnson, socially. - o - CLUB HOSTS Mrs. H. M. Smith entertained her birthday club April 14. The anniversary of Mrs.RhodaBonar was observed. Mrs. Esther Helberg entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening, April 20. - o - - CHURCH SCHOOL Tuesday, April 19, 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p. m. vacation church school workshop sponsored by the Presbytery will be held in the Presbyterian church at Goldfield. WERNER STRUECKER, local service station operator, was stricken with a mild case of pneumonia last week and has been confined to his home until recovery. HILDA POTSBURGER, rural Ledyard, spent her spring vacation with her parents on the SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY APRIL 24 - 25 - 26 Rock Hudson, Paula Prentiss r HOWARD HAWKS .. _ p'odu''", 1 ' lans Favorite Sport?' TECHNICOLOR plus 2nd action thriller' CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE OF PASSIONS AND COLOm ty DC LUXC J£*?)TE- UI ^ SuTiimniac • SSIHmm • aSusVsMi FIRST RUN SHOWING WED. THRU SAT. APRIL 20 - 21 - 22 - 23 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE SHOCK SHOW ^m DARE YOU TAKE THE EVERY THURSDAY FOR ONE BUCK NITE 111 • • •* gp^~ VUUH inn a.iv<- AH ITS OCCUPANTS VUUH cna farm. She retained to school last Monday at the Missouri School of Mines, where she Is majoring in metalorography. MRS. ESTHER BARTON was rislted Friday by her sister, Mrs. J. R. Cook, Webb. Mrs. Rose Smith, former Algonan, was a house pest of Mrs. Barton recently. Mrs. Smith moved to Paullina after selling her home on So. Thorington to Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzgerald. She came to attend the Rebekah convention and from here went to Des Moines to visit her son-in- law 'and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harr. MR. AND MRS. T. James Palmer returned from a weekend visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gogen, Michael and Michelle, Cheyenne, Wyo. MRS. CLINTON Lighter has returned from an Easter visit at Dallas, Tex. with their son Tom and family, They took a plane from Des Moines and at Kansas City transferred to a jet. They described the trip as delightful, enjoying the jet very much. MR. AND MRS. Murl Potter and the latter 1 s father Tom Reid went to Spirit Lake Saturday to start cleaning their cottage in readiness for summer occupancy. MR. AND MRS. Elgin Allen spent Sunday at Hampton with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Allen. MR. AND MRS. Webb Fowler have returned from trips, one north to Cass Lake, Minn., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Levin and the second trip was to Percival, Nebr. There they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Barrett. Mrs. Levin is a sister of Mr. Fowler. Cancer Drive Nets $38.25 At Ottosen OTTOSEN - The cancer drive in Ottosen is completed and proceeds were $38.25. Mrs. Ralph Richards was chairman. Her helpers were Mrs. Robert J. LeMont, Margaret Holt and Mrs. ; > Mtna Wehrspann. ' : ' ' ••,,,.- - o- ' : Mrs. Loren Daniel returned home from Iowa City Thursday night. She had been there with her husband a week. Mr. Daniel remained for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Ronald visited their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, Thursday night at the health center at Friendship Haven. They helped her celebrate her 75th birthday. Mrs. Charles Cooper of Cameron, Mo. was a Sunday supper guest of Mrs. Essie Cooper. Mrs. Cooper had visited her parents at Sutherland and was en- route home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultzand Cozette of Cedar Falls were weekend guests at the Alfred Schultz home. Judy Halsrud celebrated her 12th birthday Tuesday having Carolyn Olson of Bode as an overnight guest. Mrs. Donald Cooper and Mrs. Essie Cooper visited the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Henely, at the Erametsburg hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Henely had surgery again Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Christiansen of Marshall.-Minn., were Tuesday visitors at the Ralph Richards home. Mrs. Ed Nessen of West Bend celebrated her birthday Saturday by inviting to her home two classmates who live locally. They were Mrs, Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate and Mrs. Donald Usher of Ottosen. Imagine the pleasant surprise all three of them had when another classmate, Mrs. Wayne Truesdell of Decorah, came also, She had brought her mother, Mrs. Kate Shursen, back to Ottosen to live ' in her home for the summer. She heard about the party and decided to come, It was a most enjoyable afternoon as they don't get together very often. American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night with Mrs. Jacob Ryg, The unit received a national citation for membership. They sent Easter candy to their two sponsored boys at Woodward. They will purchase T-shirts for the baseball boys to use this summer. Arlys Wehrspann has been selected to attend Girls' state. Mrs. Howard Thompson read an article on child welfare. Mr. aM Mrs, Marvin Anderson and children of Milwaukee, "HI6HT Of THE PHOENIX" SUNDAY AT ALGONA THEATRE one-car accident Thvmdoy, April 11, \9M Alflona (la.) Upp*r OM PETER *INCH, JAMES STEWART AND RICHARD ATTEN- BCtROUGH IN A SCENE FROM "FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX" SHOWING SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY AT THE 'AlGONA THEATRE. Wise, came Thursday to spend a week .with Mrs. Anderson's patenis, Mr. and Mrs. 'Clarence 'Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich, Edwin and Ruth attended the baptism of Michelle Renae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Speich of Hampton, Sunday. The Sp'elchs were dinner and supper guests at the Norman Speichs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and their grandchildren, children of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, attended the LIcht family reunion at Vincent Sunday. Bob. Thacker of Osage spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Helen Thacker, at the Arthur Petersen home. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thacker and family of Gilmore City. They celebrated Jim Thacker's birthday. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday with Mrs. Sam Kropf. Roll call was "name a city in Central America." Mrs. Earl Long had the lesson on Central. America. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrs- pann spent the weekend at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Abel of Kasson, Minn. Whiles there they saw Johnnie ' Cash and the Grand old Opera at Rochester. They also enjoyed a sight-seeing trip to Wabasha, Minn. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel visited his sister, Mrs. Eilt Hundertmark, at the hospital at Emmetsburg Sunday. The Zinnels, were supper guests at the Louis Zinnel home at Emmetsburg. Weekend guests at the James Banwarts were Linda Lewandow• ski and kathy Koehl of St. Paul," Minn. " Mr. and' Mrs. Alvin Banwart and family of West Bend were also guest speaker Sunday morning; and Sunday evening, Doris Sanderson, R. N., Congo. A missionary youth rally was held Saturday evening in the Britt Evangelical Free church. (••••••••••••••I [ Burt 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder and Mr. Carl Bahling and daughter called at the Kenneth Cook home after attending final rites for Mr. Bahling's sister, Mrs. Robert Perry, who was fatally injured in a on Thursday. Mrs. Nettle Lavrenfc and Ernest were Easter guests at the Raymond Lavrenz home at Stratford. Mrs. Verda Keinitz accompanied the Dean Kelnitzs, Bancroft to Worthington, Minn., Sunday where they were guests at the Gary Keinitz home. Karen and Timmy Steward and a friend Sheila Chase, Iowa City, spent from Friday to Monday with her parents, the Walter Stewards. Other guests on Sunday and Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estherville, Perry Steward, Maquoketa and Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg, la. Mr. and Mrs.Sumner Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith, and Mrs. Viola McDonald attended a concert in the Charles City Methodist church by the Morningside college choir of Sioux City. Francie Ann lie* Donald was a soloist with the choir. The group also visited with Rev. and Mrs. Samek and Cheryl. Frances was an overnight guest of the Sameks at their home In Floyd. Burt Band Mothers will meet at the band room at 8 p.m. April 21. Hostesses will be Florence Koestler, Marge Lavrenz, Dorothy Becker, Naomi Chipman and Helen Schwletert. In charge of eatertaiflOHtti «Bt be Naomi Chipman and LttiM McFarlaod. Myrtle Schwietort, tm Moines, spent the put *Mfe» end Witt her sister*, Hela Schwietert and Lortna Raark, and her brothers John and Dill* man. Mr. and Mrs ham and baby son, Robert, moved into the home they recently purchased from the Herman Ractrai, Jr's. SUN. THRU WED. APRIL 24-25-26-27 ALGONA Sunday night visitors James Banwarts. at the WESLEY I By Mrs. Viola Studer 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg report a new grandson, 9 Ibs., 2 oz. Mark Mitchell, who was bor.n April 12 in the Britt hospital to..Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Seaberg,' who also have a four, year old daughter, Lisa Renae. Sister Mary Begel of Ft. Madison spent Wednesday to Friday with her sister, Mrs. Donovan Studer and family. ' Sunday guests in the Al Erpelding home were her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Forburgerj Mrs. Tom Forburger and her grandson, Jim Youngwirth. The Mark Beckers of Dubuque spent the weekend in the parental Mrs. Justine Becker home. They all were Easter dinner, guests in the Arnold Kollasch home at Whittemore. Mrs. Justine Becker reports a new grandson, weighing 91bs. 1 oz., born April 13 to Mr. and Mrs. (Marg.) Ray Brcka of Forest-City. This is the first child lor the young couple. Nell Frimml entertained her auction bridge club Thursday, Mrs. Viola Studer will entertain the group April 28. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained the contract bridge club Friday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Philip Seaberg of Ames were weekend guests in the Merrill Zwiefel and Geo. Seaberg homes, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swinton of Davenport spent the Easter weekend with her brother, Gordon Giddings. Gordon spent several days recently in the Merle Giddings home, Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard, Alma and Julius Funnemark, Maynard Swanson and Anna and Ethel Flom attended the District Conference of the Evangelical Free church at Albert Lea last week. World Mission Conference was held at the Evangelical Free church, last Jtejk. Guest speaker Wednesday fyoing was Rev. 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