The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
Page 15
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4*Alt«iMi (It,) Upper DM Moiftti' Thursday, Nov. 17, 1964 New Officers Of Whitfemore Aid Elected WHHTEMORE - St. Paul's Ladies Aid Society met last Thursday afternoon In the church parlors. Following the routine of the regular business meeting, election of officers took place. Elected were Mrs. Ernest Meyer, president; vice president, Mrs. William Hannover; secretary, Mrs. Vic Perkins; treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Zlnnell. Outgoing officers are Mrs. Herman Hanson, president; vice president, Mrs. Forrest Gllmore; secretary, Mrs. Hugo Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. Roland Ostwald. K was voted to send money to a number of organltatlons and also to the men who are In service and members of St. Paul's congregation. - o- Brennan Jon Baas, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baas, who was born Oct. 21, was baptized at the Sunday morning services with the Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating at the baptismal rites. His sponsors were Charles Baas, Thomas Baas, Mrs. R K. Peterson and Mrs. Lester Baas. Friday, Nov. 11, on Veteran's Day, the Seely- Walsh Post of the American Legion presented an American flag to St. Paul's Lutheran school In a 10 a. m. ceremony. The faculty and students of St. Paul's and St. Michael's schools were special guests. Mrs. George Meyer of Whittemore, entered the Lutheran hospital In Ft. Dodge Sunday afternoon for observation. She returned home Thursday afternoon. John Mergen was taken to the University Hospital In Iowa City last Thursday where he received medical treatment. He returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eugene Walker vacated the George Meyer tenant house south of the former Swansea store and moved to the Zatloukal apartment on Main street. In a deal made last week Sylvester Elbert purchased the former Frank Schumacher home. He took possession the latter part of the week. X number "of relatives and friends helped Mrs. Elmer Ostwald celebrate her birthday Thursday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ophelm, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ostwald, Dorothy Rosendahl and Marguerite Helnrich of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Leln- Inger, Scott and LaRae of Humboldt Mrs. Mathilda Meyer went to the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn at Cylinder last week Sunday , to help her daughter with the house work as Mrs. Bruhn fell from the hay loft while doing the evening chores and received bruises on her arm and shoulders. Mrs. Meyer returned home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Geelan visited with relatives Tuesday evening in Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heldenwlth and Mr. and Mrs. Merril Andrea of Estherville were Wednesday evening callers at the Arthur Heldenwlth home in Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. ArlanRamaker moved their trailer home from Algona to the vacant lot just south of the library where the former teacherage home was. Erwin Slems purchased the home and moved It just across the alley on a lot he owned. It had been planned to build a home for Mr. Ramaker in the near future. Mr. Ramaker is manager of the Fullerton Lumber Co. Mrs. Anna Sankey of Brltt was a visitor at the home of her brother, Art Heldenwlth in Whittemore Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kunz of Denver, Colo., have been visiting at the Cyril Wagner home and other relatives here. Mrs. Kunz will be here with relatives for a month as Mr. Kunz has retired from the Army after serving for twenty-five years. Mr. and Mrs, Norman Prichard and family are visiting at the home of Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, mother of Mrs. Prichard. They had been living in Maine for the past year where Mr. Prichard was serving in the Air Force. He expects to be sent to Thailand next. Mrs. Prichard and family will live in Algona. Home Fireproof Vaults and Chests »• protect your valuable records, papers, etc. at low cost 918.75 and up at THE UPPER DES MOINES. Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, Lori and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Larsen and Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman were dinner guests on Sunday, Nov. 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. DonBesch and Stephen, Cedar Rapids, tn observance of the first birthday of Stephen. Mrs. Besch, the former Norma Becker, is a daughter of the Joseph Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire came home Wednesday from Rochester, Minn, where Mrs. McGuire was a surgical patient at St Mary's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slnnwell left Friday on a three week's vacation and a visit with their son, Mike Slnnwell, Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. Sinnwell is a rural mail carrier from Bode. Wayne Olson Is substituting for him. Jean Marie Thul returned to Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Sunday after spending the past ten days in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, convalescing from a fall. C. D. A., Court St. Joseph's regular meeting, cancelled Wednesday Nov. 9 due to the bad weather and icy roads, will be held Wednesday, Nov. 16. A pot-luck dinner at 6:30 and reception of new members will preceded the meeting. C. D. A., Court St. Joseph, will hold a bake sale and breakfast on Sunday morning, Nov. 20 In St Joseph's School hall with the public Invited to attend. Clarence Erpelding and Mrs. Dan Gldley left here Sunday morning for their homes in Colorado Springs, Colo, after a visit here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Gldley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding had spent nearly three weeks here, while Clarence spent ten days. Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council, held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 15 with Grand Knight Milford Plathe presiding. A chicken supper preceded the meeting. OTTOSEN By Mn. Donald Usher pot luck dinner Sunday at the Le Roy Worby home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Skaugstad of Compton, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stapela, Mrs. May Telford and Bruce of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Von Bank of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry and Lawrence Telford. Several of the men went pheasant hunting, but didn't have any luck. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Bell and Sherrie of Red Oak spent the weekend at the home of their daughter, the Allan Watnems. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem were also Saturday night visitors. Percy Watnem took his brother-in-law, Ed Nessen of West Bend, to Veterans hospital at Des Molnes Tuesday, where he had been a medical patient. Mrs. Nessen is the fourth grade teacher in the Ottosen school. Kathy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, celebrated her sixteenth birthday Friday. Sunday afternoon guests who came to help her observe the event were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday with Mrs. Edward Zln- nel. Roll call was, "Things to be Thankful For". The hostess read scripture. Mrs. Essie Cooper, gave the lesson, "A Woman Plowing." A birthday auction was held with Mrs. Ker- mlt Fowler as the auctioneer. $16.70 was realized from the baked goods which were contributed by Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Mike Coyle and Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann. Guests were Mrs. Richard Krause, Shelly and Shawnna of Lu Verne. United Presbyterian women met Friday with Mrs. Ralph Rio hards as hostess. Mrs. Albert Thorsen gave the lesson. Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Le- Mont had the council members of the Trinity Lutheran church here as guests Sunday night. Mrs. Roy Enockson has had the following visitors this week: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Skaugstad of Compton, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bege of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Anderson and James of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Shelgren and family of Gllmore City, Mrs. Oliver Klnseth, Mrs. Donald Usher, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Loran Daniel and Mrs. Earl Olson. Mr. and Mrs. toick De Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Donahue of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Jacobsons. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Koob and family of Humboldt were Saturday night visitors at the home of Mrs. Annie Leist. Gudrun Meltvedt of Clyinder and Mrs. Ollanna Vinaas were Sunday dinner guests at the T. N. Rogness home at Thor. Mr. and Mrs. Mike House and family of Ft. Dodge and Mrs. Essie Cooper were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Cooper home. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards visited Mrs. Caroline Telford and Mrs. Dolly Staecker at the Good Samaritan Home at Pocahontas Sunday. One hundred persons attended- the pot luck Veterans Day supper held at the Commercial club building Saturday night. 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