The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 8
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6-Atgftno (fa.) Uppar DM Motnej TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1962 Church Groups At St. Joe To Enjoy Picnic S(. .lor — r.D A and K.C.s will havo their annual fnmily picnir nn St. .lospph's parish grounds Sunday, .Inly l!i. nl nnnn \\ilh all members and llieir families invitpcl fo ntlend. Members arc requested In bring (heir picnic dinner nnd table service. Informal enlerlninment is being planned for the afternoon by (ho committees in charge. CD.A. committee consists of Mrs Harold Keeling, Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Mrs Alvin Klein," Mrs Mark Thilges, Mrs Frank Rormann, Mrs Phil Dangeleser. Mrs Paul Thilges and Mildred Bormann. K. C. Committee consists of Harold Reding, Sylvester Wagner. Mark Thilges, Tom McKeown. Hubert O'Rrien. Damian Centgraf, Francis Krpelding. Hay Kohlhaas, Wm. Krpelding and John C'apesitis. Install Officers K.C.s held their regular monthly meeting July 5. District deputy A. J. Hatten of Rancroft was in charge of installation ceremonies for officers for the coming year. They are: grand knight, Raymond Kohlhaas; deputy grand knight, John R. Capesius; chancellor, Wilfred Schneider; warden, Norbert Frideres; recorder, Eugene Mertz; treasurer, Edward Illg; advocate. E. M. Gales; inside guard, Hubert O'Rrien: outsir guard, Joel Reding; trustee, Fran cis I,. Erpelding: lecturer an general program chairman. Wil jam Erpelding. Six Point program chairme are; Catholic activity, Milforc Plalhe: fraternal activity, Thoma Rormann; council activity, A I.enertz; membership, Rennet] 0. Rormann; public relations, Syl vester Wagner; and youth acti vity, Bernard Thilges. Twenty-five dollars was given to youth activity. Joel Reding received the attendance prize. Committee in charge for the meeting Miss McEnroe, Algona, Weds In Des Moines were Ralph Reding. Gerald Reding, Harold Frideres, D e 1 m e r Plathe, Alfred Thilges and Florian Faber. Shower IIonoiTO Conine Kayser was honored to a pre - nuptial shower in St. Joseph's hall. Mrs Norman Kayser assisted her at the gift table Five hundred was played, with Mrs John B. Reding and Mrs John Thul receiving prizes. Mrs Harold Reding received the door prize. Miss Kayser. Fort Dodgo. daughter of Mrs Mary Kayser of Algona. formerly from here, will be the bride of James Chambers, son of Mr and Mrs T. J. Chambers of Fort Dodge-, .Kily 14. Pictured above is Mrs A. E. Robesky, the former Patricia Solon McEnroe, daughter of Mrs John McEnroe, Algona. Miss McEnroe was married to Albert Robesky June 2 in Des Moines. where they are now at home. (UDM Engraving) and sons and Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter and family enjoyed a picnic Sunday evening at the Ray Montag home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Marvin Dahlhauser and baby of Kansas City were also guests. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie went to VVorthington, Minn, Sunday. They visited Mr and Mr Paul VVestphal. Mr and Mrs Car Zinnel, Mr and Mrs John Zinne and other relatives. Mr and Mr Eilt Hundertmark of Mallard ac companied the Zinnels. Mrs Percy Watnem visited Tues lay and Wednesday at the Pau Vatnem home at Klemme. Mr and Mrs Loren Daniel and Florence McGuire. daughter of Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, spent the weekend uilh relatives in Oes Moines. Irs Hattie Daniel visited Saturday ith Mrs Leona Daniel and Ona- ee at Humboldt. Arthur Longseth of Manchester ailed Sunday on Mr and Mrs Morgan Hagen. Mrs W. E. Hundertmark was a Sunday dinner guest of the Ralph Richards. Mr and .Mrs Ray Stueve and children 'of 'Dakota City visited James and \.iumi Struthers Sunday. Mrs Percy Watnem was a Friday dinner guest at the Ed N'es- sen home at. West Bend. Mrs Hattie Daniel accompanied Mrs Bertha Jacobson to Rockford Sunday where they visited Mrs Agnes Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family were Wednesday supper guests at the Knut Oppedahl's. The occasion was a farewell for Carie Mae. Pamela Cooper of Humboldt Mr and Mrs Wm. Rakers, Water- 1 came Sunday to visit her grand- loo, \\ere \Ve<lne.Mla\ callers al th<' mother. Mrs Kssie Cooper for a hnmc' of Harold Fi idere.-> and -,oris < few days. A (lisch - Knhlliaas family pic- Mr and Mrs Ivan Evenson and nie dinner and supper was held at family were Sunday dinner guests the home of Mr ami Mrs Wilfred i at the Oscar Ellingson home at Kohlhaas. Mrs Alphons Rerte entertained Buffalo Center. Friendly Club The Khenlale Friendly Club had its annual family picnic July 1 at the fairgrounds Aug. 1 the club will meet at the home of Mary K. J. (iales. Mrs Joe Sinnwell am 1 I Mrs Peter Rormann receiving pri/.es. Mrs John H Reding entertains the club Juh I't. Mr ami Yrs peter Ri-ding. Sr. from Altfona are here with thi-ir , „ , u ,, son Peter Re.iing .], and family ! B(/rki ' r ln lh( ' afternoon. Klizabeth while the,,- daughter in-!;,w is a I (irl " ; s - slsl ' n K noste.w medical patient m M Ann hospital' ~~ ~ ' ^i Aigona ! Mcry Trunnelle Mr and Mrs AlvMous Illy Avo- ^, ca, Minn, >, ,,ned -,\ith n-lati\e.s Ul Sunda\. ; Thomas M(Ou.n- son of Mr and Mrs Hill Me<,LI.n-. .Jot.n MeCuiri-. •""n of Mi ;,n,| MM Leonard Me- linite an,I .I.-mine Iv.hlhaas. Mm nl Rniiar.l Kohlha.,- an- spending L' weeks -uminrr cjnip at Si llenc'ln i-, ; ,t A i, im^un. Kan Kich- ferd Kolilh.,,1- i,,,,k it,,, (ins-, in KilMsas .Sum],iy \i.i plane. To Wed In August OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Humboldt county Keel Ciuss chapter met Muiuia> evening at Humboldt for it.> annual tneetin" and a dinner. Attending from here were- .Mr and Mrs Merle [Holt, Mr and .Mrs Karl Lung aiui [Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson. Mr [Holt is Humboldt county Ked Cross [chairman. Mr and Mrs James Banwart and family visited her parents, Air and Mrs E. O. Koehl at Mc.ris, Minn jfrom Wednesday until Sunday. Mr end Mrs Victor Banwart and family left Thursday to visit her par- pots, the E 0. Koehl's until Monjay. They all attended the Koehl reunion Saturday. Kathy Koehl iHurned with the James Banwarts or a few week's visit. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter Mr and Mrs Theodore Trunnelle, Wesley, have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Janice, shown here, and Arthur G. Kahler, son of Mr and Mrs AJva Kahler at Burt. The wedding will be held Aug. 14. (UDM Engraving) Auxiliary At Wesley Names New Officers \Voslry — American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting July 6 Mrs J. T. Meurer gave a report Edna Flom, president, announced that the state convention is '•.) be held July 2R-27 at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Des Moines. Myrtle Lease, past president of the unit and of the county, installed the newly-elected officers. They were Clara Hauptman. president, Edna Flom. vice-president: Rita Ricke. secretary: Helen Johnson, treasurer: Minnie Studer. chaplain: Lorrene Goetz. sgt. at arms; Clare Thomas, historian: Jo Meurer, Laura Klein and Sharleno Hauptman. executive board members. The following chairmen were appointed by Clara Hauptman: child welfare, Mary Krieps; Civil defense. Pauline Pfeffer; girls state. Marilyn Loveless: junior activities, Rita Youngwirth: membership, Helen Johnson; poppy Shirley Hriins: publicity, Viola Studer: rehabilitation, Lorrene Goetz; Americanism, Laura Klein; community service, Mary Forburger: constitution and by-laws. Myrtle Lease; education, Helen Johnson; gold star, Louisa flecker: music, Mary Lou Studer; pan- America, Mary Reiling; legislature, Eileen Johnson; cards and flowers, Jo Meurer; library representative, Viola Studer. Beginning in August, the Auxiliary will meet the second Wednesday of each month instead of the first Thursday. Pauline Pfeffer and Mary Reil- ing served lunch. See Fireworks An estimated 750 cars, averaging five occupants, and many others watched the huge fireworks display at the city park July 4. The fireworks were furnished by the American Legion and many business and professional men. Many youngsters enjoyed games of soft ball before the fireworks started. iWriny young folks enjoyed an afternoon in the municipal swimming pool. Swimming Lessons The schedule for swimming lessons at the swimming pool for the summer is as follows: beginners, intermediates and swimmers are on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 a.m.; and junior and senior life saving Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 o'clock. The price for each lesson is 15 cents. Wed 23 Years Mr and Mrs Herman Wise held open house at their farm home July 1 from 2 to 5 p.m. in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Guests were registered by Mrs Strather Wise of Mason City. At the serving table Mrs John Voss, Jr. of LuVerne poured coffee with Mrs Delmar Voss of Eagle Grove serving the punch. A 4-tiered wedding cake, made by Mrs Sarah Nell Stebbins, was cut and served by her and Mrs Garnett Pichard of Mason City. Ruth and Gloria Wise and Mrs Larry Larson of Britt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Wise, were hostesses. Waitresses were Leota Ann VOSP of LuVerne, Mary Ann Pichard of Mason City and Alice Jean Stebbins of Algona. Ruth Wise of Knoxville and Gloria Wise of Fayette and Betty Parik of Lorraine, Ohio were weekend guests in the Tterman Wise home. The George Vilzthums Jr. of Irvington, the Mike and Jack Vilzthums and the Luke Young- wirlhs and Mr and Mrs George Vitzlhtim enjoyed a 4th of July picnic at the Mike Vitzthum home. Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson of Jefferson were recent weekend guests of her sister, Mrs Mary Bradfield. Their brother, H. B. Johnson and wife of Minneapolis was also a guest. Mrs Bradfield's daughter, Mrs Art Erickson of Lakewood, Cal. is spending two weeks here. Her husband and children will join them here before leaving for their home. Out of town guests at WSCS meeting July 3 in the Methodist church were Hannah Nelson and Mrs Henry Engstrom of Algona, Mrs Don Hamilton of Marion, Ohio, Shari Tegtmeyer and Mrs Leon Gardner of Britt. Henry Hauptly, brother of Will, Katheryn and Ernest Hauptly, is seriously ill of a heart condition and has been hospitalized three weeks in St. Ann hospital. Mrs Fred Thomas, Tom and Stev visited her parents at Casey recently. Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner who, attended a family reunion in Rochelle, 111. June 24 were overnight guests in the Jim Nielson home there. Mrs Nielson is the former Joyce Smith, daughter of the Orville Smiths. The Methodist congregation will have a pot luck dinner July 15 at the church as a welcome to Rev. and Mrs Herman U. Smith. Mr and Mrs Don Hamilton and children of Marion, Ohio, left July 6 for home following a two-week visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld and her sister, Mrs Leon Gardner and family. The three families enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Clear Lake. A Hansen family picnic was held at Call Park July t. Mr and Mrs touts Stvnnson of Marshnlltown spent July 7-0 with their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld. Marlcne Gardner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner, IF spending two weeks in Glen Ellyn and Northbrook, III. with the Melvin and John Gardners. Diane Gardner of Austin, Minn, spent the July 1 weekend in the parental Leon Gardner home. Picnickers at the G. M. Studer home July 4 were the Stan Johnsons of Britt, the Rick Reilings, Mrs Norine Studer and Mrs Viola Studer. Mrs Norine Studer accompanied her brother Eugene Hubcr and wife of Algona to Iowa City Sunday morning, July 8. Mrs Huber remained in Towa City where she is attending a school for welfare workers. Circle one of W.S.C.S. will serve a public supper July 11 in the Methodist church basement. The Corwith - Wesley band gave a concert in Wesley July 5 and will give another July 18. 4th of July picnickers at the J. M. Kunz farm home included Mrs Mary McMahon, Jeannie and Dick of Garner, the Lael Roots, H. H. Raneys, J. L. Walker, Tom For- burgers, Frank Bleichs, Frank Materns, Martin Hamiltons and Henry Shore. Mr and Mrs Eugene Thissen of St. Petersburg, Fla. were Thursday dinner guests in the George Ricke home. Picnickers at the Everett Ackerson home July 4 included the Al Loebigs, Bill Loebigs, Jack Lick- teigs, Merle Losses and Lou Cinks. Methodist Circles meet July 18 in the Paul Erdman, Mike Flom and Herman Wise homes. Mrs Mag Bleich and her son Jim, wife and baby of Algona have returned from Denver, Colo, where they visited T./Sgt. and Mrs Richard Kellogg and family. EVERY WEDNESDAY WE BUY EWES, BUCKS and NEXT DELIVERY WEDNESDAY JULY 11 & JULY LAMBS DELIVERED TUES- ' DAY by 4 p.m. TO BE WEIGHED AT 8 a.m. WED- \ NESDAY WILL BE MARKED > A DOLLAR HIGHER THAN OUR BROADCAST i - 2 - 3 - We Will Bid You On Your Lambs And/or Sheep AT NOON ON TUESDAYS For Wednesday A.M. Delivery, To Us In Algona, Or At Same Quoted Price To Dale Dundas At Burt. » » » Our Bid Will Be Broadcast Over Radio Station KLGA, Algona (1600 on dial) At 11:59 Each Tuesday, Or You Can Call Us Anytime Tuesday Afternoon. CHOICE LAMBS Will Bring The Quoted Price. But We Will Also Buy ANY Lambs, Bucks, Ewes, That You Wan* To Sell. MARKET PREDICTION FOR NEXT WEEK: The market will be stronger than last week. P.S. We're Still In The Hog Business As Usual, Deliver Lambs and Hogs Together If You Wish, PHONE CY 4-2411 ALGONA Be whole house cool this summer and every summer to* come. Cool like you heat —with gas. Gas whole house air! conditioning gives you quiet, trouble-free operation for years. Easy installation that doesn't use a single square' inch of floor space (gas air conditioning is simply added on to your gas heating system). Quietness — because the motor in a gas air conditioning system is a whisper of a ,flame. Let gas do both big jobs for you. Cool like you heat— with gas. SEE YOUR LOCAL NATURAL GAS UTILITY OR ,GAS_HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING DEALER, \ NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CY 4-2484 "Your G«$ Company" Algona

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