The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 12
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4~.Atflona (la.) U PP »r Pet Molne* Twesdoy, May I, 1962 Easter weekend in Des Mofnei, Young People At Lone Rock Give Service I one Rock — The young people of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church participated in the Sunrise Service Easter. The service began at 6:30 a.m. with the pre lude by Judy Kraft, followed b worship by Ronal the call to Behrends. After a hymn, Dawn Schuit gave the prayer and Mary Hur hurt led the responsive reading Mollie Blanchard and Judy Krai sang a duct. Willis Bollinger rea scripture and Judy Hammerstron gave the prayer after Rev. Preul sermon. Another hymn was sung follow ed by the benediction by Peggj Pettit. Jucly Kraft played th Postlurle "Easter Recessional' An Easter breakfast followed th service. Class Play The senior class of Sentral high school presented "Lock, Stock am Lipstick", a comedy in three acL Apr. 23. It was directed by Gary Weibye and Student Director Vir gean Bierstedt. The cast included Marvin Kading, Leon Geitzenauer Barbara Priebe, Bonnie Geitzen auer, Larry Bierstedt, Terry Juhl Barbara Wehrspan, Susan Sulli van, Joanne Dreyer, Colleen Smith, Carol Bollinger, Joanne Lufkin, Dawn Schultz and Beverly Berkland. Surprise Party Friends and relatives of Mr. anc Mrs. William 0. Dreyer planned a surprise 40th wedding anniversary party at the home of their son, Vic Dreyer. Present at the anniversary dinner Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Hank Dreyer from Austin; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Canny and Julie, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Francis from LeRoy, Minn.; Air. and Mrs. Glenn Sabin and girls, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seege- barth, Lone Rock; Mrs. Marion Donahue, Forest City; Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, Algona; Mrs. Emma Boettcher, Algona; and Mrs. Emma Dreyer. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and Mrs. Margaret Wagner of VVMttemore. Sunday dinner' guests at the Roger Long home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long and George Rath. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck, Doris and Irene, of I Cylinder; and Mrs. Dora Haack' from Funton. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ohm and Michael visited Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm Friends visiting Mrs. Dennis Priebe Wednesday morning were Louise Winters and children, Gai, Olson and children, Pat Househol dcr and Vicki; Deiores New brough and Sherry; Nancy Mar low and g.rls; Janice Ramus, anc Colleen Marlow and children. Weekend guests at the Herb Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs James McColley from Wichita Kans. With them were their threi u<augiU(.rj, Janet, Dorene and Ro gene and granddaughter Candy Perdue. Easter guests at the home o! Mrs. Frauke Schadendorf wen Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendor and family; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Huriburt and family; and Mr. ana Mrs. Dick Mitiag anil family fron Algonu. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson and family; and Mr. and Mrs Warren Thompson, Lyle and Lin da from Swt-a City had Sunda; dinner at the home of Neva Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis anc Virgil ut Lakota called at the Wil fred Radig home Sunday evening. Weekend guests at the Don Blanchard home were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Steven, Pam and Jeff from Laurens. Easter dinner guests at the Tena Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and Jamie; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and family; Mr. and Mrs. Orvilly Deardorft and family of Yale and Otto Jensen of Fenton. Craig Blanchard, Jerry Jensen and Jerry Newbrough were home for Easter vacation from the University of Iowa. Sentral girls led the field at a track meet Thursday at Burt There were 12 events and Sentral won 11 of them with Burt taking the remaining event. Participating schools were Sentral, Burt and Lakota. Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Radig had Sunday dinner at the home of Mrs. Alex Radig. Mr and Mrs. David Dreyer of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Roger l)re>ur and Brent of Sioux City were Saturday evening visitors at the Frank Uruyer home. Mr. and Mr., Ralph Hammer- M rum liad us .Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Hammer- Strom from Ware. Mr. and Mrs. Cafl Olson and Ruth of Livermore had Sunday supper at the Louie Householder home. Visitors at the Frank Dreyer home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ellcfson of Algona were Easter dinner guests at the parental Sidney Ellcfson home. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellefson of Algona; Mrs. Clifford Legried from Clear Lake; and Ole Ellefson of Forest City. Present at an Easter family dinner at the Legion hall were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierle, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer and family of Algona; Mark Bierle of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle and family of Lakota; Alice Bierle; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dacken and family, and Billy Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton and Deborah of Fort Dodge spent the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Plait Taylor. Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. Willis Cotton and Mrs. Dennis Priebn attended the fourth annual meeting of North Central Iowa Presby- terial Apr. 2(5 at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kruegcr were Sunday evening callers at the Arden Hoveys. Mrs. Pauline McGuirc from Algona was an Easter dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller and sons were Easter guests at the Wayne Millers in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny from Omaha wen; weekend guests at the Glenn Householder home. Mr. and Mrs. I .rry Householder and Diane from Minneapolis were Sunday visitors. They also visited the home of her parents, the Leonard Warners, Algona. :.:r. and Mrs. Dave Weber and Bob were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, Burt. The Webers stayed their parents went to a funeral at Joliet, III. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tigges had Easter Sunday guests. They were Mrs. Tigges' mother, Mrs. Mary Reding and brother John from Whittemore; and her two sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Inman and family of Bancroft, and Mr and Mrs. Ivan Madcr, Churdan. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Menz of Anamosa spent their Easter vacation visiting the homes of theii parents, the Delmnr Fischers, Lnne Rock and the Clarence Menz home at Fenton. A shower was held Saturday evening at the Ray Gardner home in honor of Marge McGregor from Estherville. Hostesses were Mrs. Milton Carlson, Armstrong, Mrs. Ernest Devary, Doilivcr and Mrs. Ray Gardner. Mr. am! ivirs. urnie Behrends have as a gusst this week his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Bshrends. Mrs. Lucille Behrends and children from Burt were Sunday dinner guests. Supper guests Sunday at the Will Gifford home were their son with their grandchildren while and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Gilford and children from Bail croft. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Zimanski visited Sunday at the parental John E. Nelson home at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus vis- iled at (he Ornie Behrends home Sunday evening. * Sharon Collins spent her Easter vacation at the home of her parents the Ronald Collins. Colleen was home from Commercial Collego at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson ot Minneapolis spent Saturday at tiie Amy Cherland home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegcncr and f.miily were Wednesday evening calurs at tho Ordef.n Kabrick 11.> ne in R2 n '"-'oft. Kiistur guests at the Harvey R.ilh home in Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wcgener and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kruegcr entertained guests at their home Thursday evening in honor of the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Meyer from Algona. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ridge, Algona; and Mrs. E. A. Lee. Mrs. E. M. Jensen entertained Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. A. A. Krueger at coffee Thursday for her sister, Mrs. Art Hemmingsen, Ames. Jerry Angus visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus during Easter weekend. Mrs. Richard Lacey was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, the A. L. Bakers. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Lacey visited Virginia Wubben at Titonka. Word has been received by friends of the Leslie Johnson fam ily announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of David Johnson and Brenda Cavender of Wellingborough, England. David is in the air force and has, been stationed in England. They will be married Mav 5. Callers at the Mary Genrich home Saturday were Mr. and Mrs Ed Boss from Oak Park, 111. Florence Yager went to Calmar for Good Friday and Easter holidays. Easter weekend guests at the Dell Marlow home were Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Bailsman and flffl from Wilton Jet.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arns and family of Loveland, Colo.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and girls of Davenport. Also present at supper Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marlow and Brenda, Mr. and Mfs. Dick Daflmafi afld family tt Algona; and Mf. flfid Mfs. Jim Marlow and family, Mrs. Art Zumach, Janice afld Carol went to Duluth, Minn, last Saturday to visit Mrs. Dsnford Schmidt and sons. They returned Sunday night. oomc BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) ijixnrotnxnwertreroeftfittCfi. BUTINEU PERJMALITIEJ AND JfHVIC£5 VIKING OIL CO. 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Building Needs of all Kinds - LOWER PRICE - MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East State at C & NW Tracks - Algona BEN WIBBEN Building Contractor *, '• Alk Tycpe ?22 Sohih HecKori,' Algona (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) arm and Torji Priori* CY 4-2863 > »•*••»•»••»•»•»••"»••••»•»•»••»•» •»•»<>•••*-»•»•»••»<»•»» » » » »•« i' Your Banking Needs i SAFE « CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community IOWA STATE BANK < i < i < < So. Phillip« St. Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred L, p. Ga« BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THERMOGAS CO. of Algona Phone CY 4-2841 Algonqi; General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPECIALTY PARTS MANUFACTURED ALGONA MACHINE SHOP | M. C. Oakland W. Slate St. Ed In partnership in the Algona Machine S lop since 1945, Ed Hagg and M. C. Oakland are an essential twosome who play an important part in the background of Algona's industrial activity. Years of experience have developed their specialized services. • Having this service here in the commu lity is an important part of industrial busN nesses as well as contractors who operate I <rge mobile machines. Industry alone, however, is not the only customer here. The farmer is also a major customer. Seasonal operations important to t le farmer are an important operation at the Algona Machine Shop. To do this specialty work, the shop is eq Dipped with lathes, a cylinder head planer, milling machine, drill presses, cylinder borin •) bar, valve seat grinder, key way cutter, and power saw to mention the larger machi les. Many larger cities in Iowa are not as well equipped with machine specialists and equipment such as is found here. Located at 214 West State Street, the Al 3 ona Machine Shop is open and ready to take on any machine job. Come in and see t lem soon. 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