The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 6
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<-A!§ena (la.) Upper Bes Mottles Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Girl Scouts Mpt Girl Scout troop 436, former Brownies now Intermediates, met Tuesday with leader Mrs. Harvey Godden, assisted by Mrs. William Laubenthal, co-leader. At the pro vious meeting officers were elected as follows: president, Mary Lou Foth; vice president, Cindy Laubenthal; secretary, Theresc Beaumont, treasurer, Marcia Barry. The first project is making Halloween nut cup favors for residents of the Good Samaritan Home. Visitor Honored Nursing Circles To Meet Circles of the Methodist VV.S.C.S. will meet Thursday afternoon. Oct. ia. as follows: Sept. with Mrs. George Harris: Oct. with Mrs. W. G. McCullough: Nov. with Mrs. Howard Platt; Dec. with Mrs. Herb Hedlnnd: Jan. with Mrs. William Hawcott: Feb. with Mrs .John Hayes; Mar. with Mrs. Hex Taylor: April with Mrs. .lens Snr- ensen; May with Mrs. Phillip Arndorfer: June no. 1 with Mrs. James Modrell; June no. 2 with Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Mrs. Cora Rising, former Al- gonan now living at Canyon City Colo., was honored at a party last Friday afternoon at Mrs. Ervin Shellmeyer's at West Bend. Guests were country school classmates many years ago and included Mrs. Minnie Foley of Renwick, Mrs. Bessie Cooper, Mrs. Helen Campbell, a former teacher, of Ottosen, Mrs. Esther Curry and Mrs. Marguerite Bradbury of Bradgate, Mrs. Frank Hundertmark and Mrs. Anna Hahn of Livermore and Mrs. Roy Adams. Birthday Club Mrs. Kate Schroeder entertained her Jolly Dozen birthday club Wednesday afternoon. Other members are Lenora Adams, Elvira Christensen, Rosella Cogley, Amelia Engstrom, Camilla Engstrom Betty Jane Engstrom, Harriet Hieter, Hilda Meyer, Helen Putz- Honor Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wcllendorf entertained a group of friends and relatives at a party Friday evening, honoring Mr. Wellendorf's brother-in-law and sister. Leona. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum of Sexton were given a surprise party Saturday evening in celebration of their fifteenth wedding anniversary. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reding and Jumps Mergen of Whittemorc, Mr. and Mrs. Halph Hcding and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Bornuinn of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Plathe of Lu- V'orne. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen. Nrwromrr Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart, Omaha, became the parents of their second child, Mark William, horn Sept. .to and weighing 8 Ibs. :! 07.. Mrs. Haggart is the former Barbara Bourne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Melvin G. Bourne. David Jr. has been visiting here with his grandparents for the past week and returned home Friday. May Pinochle Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mullef were hosts to their pinochle club Wednesday evening. High score prizes went to Everett Trjpp and Mrs. Leonard Goecke. Low score prizes went to Hubert Marking and Mrs. Melvin Sifert. Mr. and Mrs. Mark* ing were guests. Ann Haase Is Algona Queen In Homecoming Present Stylo Show Sheakleys presented a style show at the St. Ann Auxiliary luncheon Oct. 9 at Algona Country Club. Door prizes, donated by Sheak- levs and Harrisons were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otterson of] Diane Baldus. Jean Shf Silver Springs. Md. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa, Dr. and Mrs. P. 0. Dorweilcr. Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Wellendorf. Merle Wellendorf and Mrs. Mary Miller. Walter Bradley. Helen Mrs. John McEnroe. won by Mrs. . ;incl stuck, Hazel Schneider, Steele and Ann Willrett. Alice Attend Assembly Mrs. Mabel Lund and Mrs. Estelle Hall of Fort Dodge went to Cedar Rapids Sunday to attend, as Duplicate Bridge The Algona Duplicate Bridge Club will meet at the Country Club at 7:30 Wednesday. Oct. 17. This will be a Master Point Session, so everyone should attend. Winners at the last meeting were Dora Means and Mrs. Fred Schlick. 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hakes, tied for 2nd and 3rd. Birlh:!.-.v-, Fetod Mr. and Mrs. Hu*o Johnson had .is guests Sept. .')0 their son-in-law nnd daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dudding of Bancroft. Mrs. Ruby j Alexander of Sexton, and Mrs. Emma Knudsen. The dinner was given in honor of the birthdays of j their son Carl Johnson and Mrs. j Dudding. Mr and Mrs Gall ttaase of Algona, was announced as Homecoming Queen at the Friday festivities of Algona high, prior to the Algona-Hampton football game. Her attendants were Linda Percival, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival, Patt Conn, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Conn, and Jane Faber, daughter of Mr and Mrs Les Faber. Prize winning float in the parade was entered by the seniors, a clever cash register ringing up a victory over Hampton. The sophomores were second and the freshmen third in the float contest. Rites Friday, Bancroft, For Gene Nurre, 50 Last rites for Eugene F. Nurre, 50, were held at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, Friday morning with burial in the church cemetery. Msgr. J. H. Schultes of- ficiated. Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr Nurre died Tuesday afternoon of last week after a heart attack, at his home. He was born Sept. 9, 1912 at Neola, la., and was married to Marjorie Tibodeau in February of 1936. The couple farmed in the Bancroft area for 20 years. He is survived by his wife and 11 children. The children are: Eugene, Belle Plaine, 111., Mrs Ronald Briggs, Algona; Mrs Phil Vaske, Bancroft; Thomas, stationed with Air Force in Alaska; and seven children at home. They are Kenneth, Dennis, Lawrence, Jeanette, Martin, Cletus and Bobby. He was preceded in death by two children, Jerome and Maxine. Brothers and sisters surviving are Father Henry Nurre, Sister Pascal, Mrs Albert Kollasch, Bancroft; Mrs Newell Stephenson, Washburn, Wis.; Mrs Lesie Harvey, Oshkosh, Wis.; Leo, Whittemore; Joe, in Montana; John and Phil of Washington state; and Dick of Sioux City. Two brothers, Ro- bert and Gefat<9 preceded htm la death. Me was widely known and a pnominent leader In dairy co-ops. Cjasket bearets were M. J. Sch* ranldt, Edward Vaske, Prank Dro- essjer, Eugene Larnpe, Wilbur Fox and Floyd Vackel. : STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper Oes Moinea Pub. Co.. Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow recently entertained at a family dinner and had as guests Mrs. Carrie Larson and Airs. Ella Sigsbee of Hurt, Mr.and Mrs. Harry Hobson of Clarion, Dr. and Mrs. delegates, the Rebekah Assembly | A. L. Dittmer of Thornton, Emma held at the Grand Lodge. Dittmer and Josephine Dittmer. Observes Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis entertained the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves at dinner Thursday evening, an observance of Mrs. Hargreaves' birthday. Other guests in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hargreaves of San Pedro, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Anderson of Omaha, Neb. Ann Haase Ann Haase, above, daughter ol Mrs. Julian Chrischilles entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs. Richard Burt. WIRING Connected or Corrected UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" '' V Phone CY 4-2223 eow DANCE TO MARV REEDSTROM BANCROFT SUNDAY OCT. 21st GAS-TOONS By JOHN ELBERT "Watch that hood, John . . . it SLIPS" We watch for the little things that need our attention. ELBERT'S ENCO SERVICE We give King Korn Stamps & the Best Service in Town Phone CY 4-4904 State & Minnesota Streets ^ *.„ A dirty furnace WE CLEAN AND SERVICE ALL TYPES OP HEATING EQUIPMENT Ash dus(, soc' and dirt left liv your furnace cause corrosion. 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