The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 4
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flo.) U ppftr 0 « Mofntt tltor.dtiy, Au 9 uif 4, 1966 KNTTTERS MET Engaged To Wed MR. AND MRS. Julie Baas have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Phyllis Scott, to Michael Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert, all of Algona. A late August wedding is planned. JOSEPH DUFFY, 6 Mrs. William Duffy, Jr. gave a party Saturday honoring the sixth birthday of her son, Joseph Daniel. Guests were Kevin Nelson, Steve Kuester, Kathy Jamison, Connie Hilbert and Jerry Hilbert. Adult guests we re Margaret Hilbert, Rebecca Hilbert, Donna Hilbert, Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, Geraldine Duffy, Mrs. David Hilbert and Mrs. Celia Deal. The children played games and the adults spent the time socially. - o - ATTEND WEDDING MK and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and family, and Mrs. Parrish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gates, formerly of Charles City but now living in Algona, att- ended the wedding Saturday at Hastings, Nebr. of Ramona Gates and Rob Strickland. The Parrish children, Trudy, Trese and Julia were in the wedding party. A family reunion was held Sunday at which among the others were 24 from this vicinity. - o - WED 54 YEARS A family celebration was held Sunday at Fenton for Mr. and Mrs. George Jorgenson, whose fifty-fourth wedding anniversary was being observed. In attendance were their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sewell, Long Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson and Mr. and Mrs. George Jorgenson, Jr., Fenton. Mrs. L. R. Kees was hostess to her knit and se* club Wednesday. - o - COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. Hilda GronwiU is beini visited by her sister, Mrs. Pauline Ebel, Brooklyn, N. Y., and last week entertained a fei friends at a coffee for her. Guests were Mrs. Oliver Bakken, Mrs. Pete Halsrud, Mrs. Mack Wise and Mrs. Nettie Haag. - o - HAVE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. George Sefrit have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Deibert, Des Moines. The women are sisters. - o - PIC SIC HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves had as guests at a picnic supper last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Don Elbert, Ralph and Natasha, Mrs. Lydia Friend- lander, Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis, Suzanne, Janelle, Mike and Jeff. Don Elbert is one of the t'*in sons of the Ralph Elberts. - o - DLVNER FOR GUEST Mr. and Mrs. HowardS&elyhad as dinner guest Wednesday evening, Dewey Jontz of the State Sheep Association. His home is at Reynolds. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Elizabeth Post is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. - c - HOSTS CLUB Mrs. Clara Pompe was hostess to her card club last Wednesday. It meets this Wednesday with Mrs. Carrie Kunkel. - o - CARD HOSTESS Mrs. Charles LaBarre will be hostess to her card club Wednesday at the bouse trailer at the Okobojis. LEDYARD Big City Mexico City is the third largest city in North America after New York and Chicago, with a population of nearly 3 million. The annual Methodist Bible Conference opened Sunday at the Camp grounds at Okoboji and will continue through this week. Mrs. Birton Johnson, Mrs. Orvilie Runksmsier, Mrs. Bruce Keil, Mrs. Jon Gilbertson and Kari, Mrs. John Darnell and Cheryl and Craig Runksmeier visited at the Ronald Johnson home in Delavan Tuesday. Keith Klinksiek left Saturday with the National Guard from Algona to go to Camp Ripley, Minn. for two week's training. . Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brand, Sr. visited at the Keith Klinksieks from Tuesday until Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Klinksiek and baby son returned to Hoilandale for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilferty visited at the Earl Jorgensons Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barnes visited at the Albert Barnes home Sunday evening Mr." and Mrs. Virgil Gelhaus and family left Sunday for a vacation in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Georee Hattle and Mr. and Mrs. Kemna of Armstrong visited at the Keith Klinksiek home Tuesday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Garrison of Swea City were there Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cassem and family of Rosemount, Minn, wer last weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Mary Cassem and Palm er in Lakota.siinday, a picnic was held at the Walter Schaumberg home at Rake with Mrs. Cassem and Palmer, the Jerry Cassem s, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madetzke and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blome and family, Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson attending. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Berhow were there. Mrs. Lillian Brack and Mickey Miller returned home Sunday after spending several days with Roger Brack at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. They made the trip by plane. Mr. Miller has now left for Washington, D. C. where he will work with the government. Rev. Victor Vriesen, Howard Klinksiek and Irvin Brandt attended the 50th anniversary of the ordination of Rev. Edward Nuss at Waukesha, Wise. Evangelical and Reformed church Sunday. Roger T.inrte of Swea City took them "by plane Sunday morning, returning home that evening. Betty Herzog, St. Paul, visited at the parental Harold Herzog home over the weekend. For Fine Family Dining Ludwig's Cafe Announces SUNDAY SMORGASBORD 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. EVERY SUNDAY-Starting This Sunday, August 6 ROAST BEEF - BAKED HAM - TURKEY INCLUDES SALAD, ROLLS AND DRINK FOR ONLY * 1.59 PER PERSON (99* FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12). TREAT YOUR FAMILY TO DINNER.' Ludwig's Cafe DOWNTOWN ALGONA spaceonSundays - _^^^^J ^^•^fc^_ _^"^^^ ^^^^^ ^^"^fc-- ,- in run. iiiiiinf ,»in . Mrs. Glen Burro*- was admitted to the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Menke are parents of a girl born at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Friday. She veighed 6 Ibs., 8 ois. Sunday morning, .August 7, a special offering will be received at the Belham Evangelical and Reformed church for the famine relief program in India. Egg Factory Now Operating Near St. Joe ST. JOE - Construction of the 10,000 hen agrifactory at the Marvin Reding s on the John B. Reding farm east of St. Joe has been completed and the ready-to-lay DeKalbpullets were placed in the cages in the building this week. Marvin's brothei; Maurice, and Ed Reding, have operated an 8,000 hen egg factory for over two years on the other John B. Reding farm northeast of St. Joe. - o - TROJANS MET St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met July 27 at the Francis Erpelding home for their regular monthly meeting. Pledge to the Flag was led by Jerome Kohlhaas. Fair projects were discussed and a demonstration "Safety is Victory over Accidents' was given by Allan Kohlhaas and Donald Erpelding. Man-in Kohlhaas and Jerome Kohlhaas gave a report on their trip to 4-H Camp at Clear Lake. The meeting closed with the 4-H Pledge led by Tom McGuire. Lunch was served by Mrs. Erpelding. - o - KC MEETING KC's met August 3 at 8:30 in the local club rooms with Milfred Rathe, Grand Knight, presiding. E. M. Gales has been chosen as local chairman for the decent literature committee with further appointments and announcements to be made as plans progress. The annual Mulligan Stew will be held Aug. 24 with a soft ball game at 2:30 between the Live more Legion and a K. C. team the afternoon attraction. Good food, games and fun for all with a television set, trac- ' tor radio and a polaroid camera as prizes. Committee in charge of the meeting Wednesday evening was Ralph Kohlhaas, Gordon Hilbert, Alfred Zeller, Eddie fllg and Eugene Mertz. - o - Mr. and Mrs. John Thul visited Sister Amalia at Dubuque Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clete Salz, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Faber and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reising spent several days camping on Marble Beach, Spirit Lake, with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Werling and Mrs. Adeline Wagner spending the weekend -.vith the campers. Mr. and Mrs. John Berte, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Berte, Mr. .and Mrs. Albert Berte, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reding and Clarence Berte attended the Mergen family gathering of over 100 in the RE A hall in Coleman, So. Dak., in observance of the 95th birthday of Math Mergen. Mr. Mergen, father of Mrs. John Berte from here, is well-known here and just recently returned to Dell Rapids, So. Dak. after an extended stay here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrissy returned to Des Moines Monday after a weekend here and accompanying her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berte to Coleman So. Dak. to help her grandfather observe his 95th birthday. Mrs. Maurice Reding entertained her 500 club Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Harold Thilges and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas. Mrs. Thilges entertains the club August 31. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schumacher and family, Pueblo, Colo., arrived Thursday at the home of Mrs. Schumacher's sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Weydert and family, for a visit with relatives and friends. A 4-H County leaders and assistant leaders cook out was held Thursday evening at the Farm Bureau office, Algona, with Bernard Thilges, Bob and Dick Erpelding and Howard Kohlhaas attending. Mrs. Eugene Zeimet entertained the Farmerette 500 club Wednesday evening with Mrs. Hubert O'Brien as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. John Capesius, Mrs. Delmer Plathe and Mrs. Raphael Faber. Mrs. Delmer Plathe entertains the club in August. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weydert took the latter*s mother, Mrs. Kathryn Fisch, from Algona to Des Moines where she took the train for Pueblo , Colo, for a visit with a daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Putz- stuck and family. The Ptrtz- stucks recently moved from Colorado Springs. Mrs. N. J. Weydert returned home Wednesday evening, accompanied by a niece and nephew, Dorothy and Mark Patrick, Jamesport, Long Island, New York. Mrs. Weydert attended the 31st National Biennial C. D. A. Convention at the Stattler- Hilton Hotel, Boston, Mass., as an Iowa delegate and following the convention visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Patrick. Dorothy 16, and Mark, 10, plan on several weeks visit here with relatives before returning home. Jane Wilson, Livermore, and Judy Kollasch, St. Joe, spent the weekend here with Sandy Wagner. To Camp Rip ley Two officers and 86 enlisted men of Battery "&', 1st Howitzer Battalion, 194th Artillery, Iowa Army National Guard of Algona, left at 5 a.m. Saturday for their annual field training at Camp Ripley, Minn. They expect to return Aug. 13. They joined a convoy which Included batteries from Humboldt, Storm Lake, Spencer and Estherville. Commanding officer of the Algona unit is Capt. Howard Stephenson, with the executive officer being 1st Lt. Gerald G. Thatcher of Rodman. Included in the battery are men from over 20 towns in the area. 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