The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 14
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Merit* fhurtday, May 5, 1966 Titonkanit Wed SO Years TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday, May 8, at Fellowship Hall of Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka, from 2 to 5 p. m. There will be a program at 2:30 p. m. Hosts and hostesses will be their children, Mrs. Lowell Bentley, Titonka; Mrs. Wayne Koppen, Elmore, Minn.; Gene and Richard of Ft. Dodge; Merle of Wesley; and Larry of Clear Lake. AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. Ted Herbst were hosts to their couple's club Saturday evening. The group played bridge at the Herbst home after dinner at the Country Club. Holding high score was Russell Buchanan, with Mrs. Herbst having second high score. MRS. JACK Chrischilles was hostess to P. E. O. Sisterhood yesterday. Assisting hostess was Mrs. R. M. Phillips. In charge of the program was Mrs. Nat Bangs, Jr. GUESTS OF M r. and Mrs. Allen Wagner Mother's Day will be his mother, Mrs. Anna Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Godden, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Neurothand Mrs. Robert Fleming and children, Ft. Dodge. GUESTS OF Mr. andMrs.L.E. Hovey Sunday were the children, Mr. and Mrs. Dean (Marilyn) Greethurst and children of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Beverly) Hauck and children of Humboldt. The birthday anniversary of Mr. Hovey was observed. DR. AND MRS. J. B. Harris, Jr., spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines where he attended the state convention of the Iowa Dental Association. MR. AND MRS. Allen Buchanan returned Tuesday from Cedar Rapids where they had gone Saturday to attend the state convention of Iowa Abstractors. MRS. CLAYTON Percival entertained her bridge club Thursday evening with two tables in play. GUESTS SUNDAY of Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Nash will be her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Joselyn of Ft. Dodge. Mary Christine Nash will make her first communion at St. Cecelia's. FOR MOTHER tTtCW.INC LONDON FOG the coat for drizzles, downpours and sunshine treated with Du Pont ZE PEL* to resist rain and stain 37.50 Rain or shine, here is a coal' that will see you through. This "Duchess" model is 65% Dacron and 35% cotton for easy care and real water repellency. Meticulously tailored in the classic balmacaan manner. Natural, Navy. Sizes 8-18; 8 • 16 Sheakleys Algonq EmmeUburg MARY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and a student at Drake University in Des Moines, spent Friday and Saturday with her parents and observed her birthday with them. MR. AND MRS. Don Hutchison spent the weekend recently in Des Moines where they visited her brother - in - law, Frank Carroll, and her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bey. They accompanied Dr. M. G. Bourne to Des Moines, where he also spent the weekend. The group met Mrs. Bourne Sunday evening as she returned by plane from Washington, D. C., where she had spent a week as a delegate to the national convention of the D. A. R. GUEST OF Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith has been Mary Streit of Ft, Dodge, who also visited Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit. Mrs. M. K. Cullen brought Miss Streit back to Ft. Dodge. MRS. JOHN Hopkins entertained her bridge club Thursday with two tables in play. Holding high score was Mrs. Arnie Ricklefs, with the other prize going to M rs. David Smith. MRS. A. J. Eason went to Nevada Sunday where she visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Potter. Joining the family there were another daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Oglund and family of Indianola. BEL CANTO music club will hold their annual Guest Tea and musical program at the Country Club May 11 at 2 p. m. Mrs. Rex Taylor is general chairman of the event. Announcer will be Mrs. Richard Thoreson. Bel Canto chorus will pre.sent seven numbers under the direction of Corrine Shimel, who will also be soloist. Accompanist for the chorus and soloist will be Mrs. George Sefrit. Bel Canto will also present a trio, composed of Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, Mrs. Richard Burt and Mrs. Keith Christie. Mrs. Rex Taylor will be the accompanist. Members of Mrs. Lelia Coleman's school of dancing will present two numbers. ERNIE HUTCHISON, member of the police department, who was hospitalized with multiple fractures of a leg, is now back downtown and able to walk with the aid of one crutch. With a walking cast, he has been downtown again for about a week. Drs. at Mason City were amazed at his quick recovery and will and ability to be up and walking again so soon. He will wear a cast for some time yet, but he hopes to have a lighter one applied soon. THE DAR will meet Tuesday for luncheon at the Algona Hotel with Mrs. F. L. McMahon as hostess. In charge of the program is Mrs. M. G. Bourne, who will tell about her trip to Washington, D. C. Guest speaker will be Fritz Nielsen, who will talk on auto safety and drivers' training. An election of officers will take place. ' MRS. WILLIAM F. Steele accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Jack Schultz of Irvington to Cedar Falls Sunday where Mother's Day was observed on the campus of State College of Iowa. Sally and Patty Schulz are students at the college. GERALD Wittkopf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wittkopf and junior at Concordia College in St. Paul, spent the weekend with his parents and expects to return to spend Mother's Day weekend here. A GROUP of Algona ladies accompanied Mrs. W. M. Anderson to Iowa City Saturday where they spent overniglit for the observance of Mother's Day. Mrs. Anderson visited her daughter, Joyce. Mrs. Laura Hough and her houseguest, Gertrude Woith of Owatonna, Minn, visited Bob Hough. Mrs. Floyd Holt visited their daughter, Betty, Mrs. Hollis Benschoter visited their two daughters, Ruth and Harriet. MRS. FRANK Ciiik was brought home Tuesday from Mercy hos-. pital, Ft. Dodge, where she had been the past two weeks. She underwent amputation of her left leg. Dec. 2 she had her right leg amputated at Iowa City. Mrs. Bud Robinson and Julius Cink, Algona, are daughter and son of Mrs. Cink. Her two other daughters, Mrs. Bill Watts, Oxnard, Calif., and Mrs. Mike Stoffel, Willmar, Minn., visited their mother recently. JOHN LENTSCH and Charles Fox attended the Upper Midwest Barber Show at Minneapolis recently, which featured the latest innovations in hair styling. KAREN SEILER Mrs. Elizabeth Seller of Algona announces the engagement of her daughter, Karen Ann, to Larry Fogarty, son of Mrs. Joe Fogarty of West Bend. An August 20 wedding is planned. The bride-elect is a 1960 graduate of Algona high school. She is employed at Weidenhoff Corp., Algona. Her fiancee is a 1959 graduate of West Bend high school and is engaged in farming. MRS. MILO Rentz was visited Sunday by Mrs. Ethel Potter, Mrs. Leonard Baas and Dianne and Mrs. Kenneth Beisch and son. Mrs. Rentz has been suffering from arthritis the past few weeks. DR. LeROY Strohman spent Monday in Des Moines where he attended sessions of the Iowa Dental Society convention. DAVID JOHN NORLAND, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Norland, Jr. was baptized Sunday, May 1 at St. Cecelia's church. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey were godparents as well as his maternal grandparents. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Waller and Jack Waller took in the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Saturday. MRS. GALEN DeValois will be in charge of the United Presbyterian Women's breakfast to be held this morning, Thursday. Mrs. Fred Geigel is in charge of music. Circle "2" serves. Ruth circle is to meet next Tuesday with Mrs. DeValois and Mrs. Jack Gettman as hostesses. Mrs. Ted Smith will give the pro-gram and Mrs. James Telecky the devotions. MRS. MARGARET Haubach has been transferred from St. Ann hospital to Good Samaritan home. MRS. WILLIAM A. Barry and Mrs. Frances Holtzbauer, Algona, and Mary Kay, Marcia and Susan Barry, Emmetsburg, attended the wedding of Philip Berrie and Mary Jo Nolan April 30 at Holy Family Church, Melleray. Philip is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrie, Dubuque. He will graduate from Loras College June 6. MR. AND MRS. W. W. Haynes, Long Beach, Calif., are visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr., and family. They plan to stay about two weeks. Mr. Haynes is the General Office Manager for the E. B. Hadley Co. in Los Angeles. FRIENDS OF Lucy B. Owls, rural Cylinder, held a welcome home party for her son on her return from the hospital, where she had been recovering from a bad case of shingles. Sally and Matilda Raunchy of Strawberry Point, Lucy's aunt's second cousins, entertained with selected musical numbers on the trombone and tuba. He rents his formal! of.,. THE HUB • . . and you'll inow why wh«n yov l«o evr complete, modern ttltclian of formoli and occti- torifi. Toilelully tailored, correct In Iht imalleil detail— and com- forlablel You'll find our lorvico convenient and economical, loo. LEUTRQLB ;WILUAMS toMfru ALGONV IOWA Titonka Girl On Trip To New York City TITONKA - Ruth Beed, daughter of the Chas. Beeds, was one of the young people of Titonka Methodist church chosen to take a ten*day trip to Washington, D. C. and New York City. Forty- one young people from the district left by chartered bus April 28. The Spencer district Methodist Youth Fellowship is sponsor of this trip under the theme "World Peace Through Understanding." Director of the trip is Rev. Arthur Campney, minister of Arnolds Park and Fostoria churches. - o - FEDERATED CLUB Titonka Federated Club held a meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, with Mrs. Walt Baade, co-hostess. Mrs. Mary Budlong led the lesson and gave an interesting talk on the town of Titonka from its origin to the present, with pictures to show from 1900 on. Poetry pertaining to small towns was read by Mrs. Mary Schroeder. The next meeting will be May 12, a picnic at the school lunch room. This will be the last meeting of the '65-'66 club year. - o - HOST SENIORS Titonka Woman*s Club entertained the girls of the senior high school at a dinner Thursday evening, April 21. Committee in charge were Mesdames Clark Miller, Howard Andrews, Harold Gartner, R. L. Krantz, H. W. Kitzinger, Morris Givens, Henry Orthel, Wm. Schram, Clifford Krantz and Edith Budlong. - o - Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, Titonka, and Mrs. Richard Manson, Wesley, county chairman of Kossuth and Hancock county Federated Women's Clubs, res- pectively, attended the state Federated Women's Club meeting last week at Sioux City. W. J. Anderson of St. Louis Park, Minn., was a Sunday visitor with his mother, Mrs. Tanna Anderson. Edith and Hazel Budlong have returned home after several months in Mesa, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Loeschen have a son, Paul Robert, whom they have adopted. Grandparents are, maternal, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brandt, and paternal, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Loeschen. He was baptized April 24 at Immanuel Lutheran church. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and Lewis attended a birthday dinner at the Herman Dreesman home in Algona Sunday. Richard Hench, who is stationed at Kessler A. F. B., Miss., is spending a ten-day furlough at the parental Art Hench home. Family Night was held at Titonka Methodist church with a pot-luck supper at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Odvin Hagen of Forest City was the speaker, and she showed slides and spoke on Africa. American Legion Auxiliary held their monthly all-day work meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. Louise Mechler. They enjoyed a pot-luck dinner at noon. They held their business meeting Monday at the home of Senus Isebrand with Mrs. S. Isebrand and Mrs. M. Isebrand hostesses. Initiated Into Journalism Unit Tom Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, a junior at Drake University, was inducted into the Drake chapter of the professional journalism fraternity, Sigma Delta Chi, last week. Four of the five initiated were Drake undergraduates, the fifth a staff member of the Des Moines Tribune. PRINTING THAT PtflLLS and does Justice to your ftlf ly priced. Upper Des MOMS in the WANT A STRONG BOOT 'THAT'S LIGHTWEIGHT TOO? t , Wolverine boots are built lightweight and strong from the ground „ up. Feature this under your foot. Tough neoprene and crepe soles with steel shanks for extra support, dry soft-stay soft leather uppers with rip-proof nylon stitching. Sound good? Try a pair. > They'll keep you light on your feet... anywhere! On her day, give her just what she deserves. Beautiful Mojud hosiery in lavish Seamless Supreme, famous Thigh-Mold, Agilon stretch or lovely Cantrece. Styles for every fashion mood, all specially gift-wrapped for that extra special day. 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