The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1962
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Couple Given Farewell Party At Whitfemore Whittemore - A group of neigh- n/^T 1 ^ **"• and Mrs Ni<* Reding at a farewell party at their home Sunday evening. They brought the lunch which was served later in the evening. Present XT 8 *? r .? nd Mrs German Adams, Mr and Mrs C. E. Dcrner, Mr and Mrs George Baas, Mr and Mrs Sam Shipler, Mr and Mrs Norman Lane, Mr and Mrs Robert Detrick Mr and Mrs John Erpelding, Mrs Ve ma Patton and Mrs Gertrude Kollasch. At cards, C. A. Derner and Mrs Patton won high; Carman Adams and Mrs Erpelding, low. Mr and Mrs Reding were presented with a gift. Monday evening, another group attended a farewell party for Mr and Mrs Reding. Those attending were Mr and Mrs James Besch, Mr and Mrs Edward Besch, Mr and Mrs George Baas, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Paul Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Ralph Schumacher, Mr and Mrs Robert Hogan and Mr and Mrs C. A. Derner. Cards were the entertainment and a lunch was served. Mr and Mrs Reding were also presented with a gift by this group. Wed SO Years Mr and Mrs Peter W. Kollasch celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 25, with open house in St. Michael's hall. They have three sons and a daughter, Francis of Whittemore, Eugene (Jiggs) of St. Joe, Robert of Al- gone and Mrs Clark Meade, Vancouver, Wash. - -w -- V • -^BH -^ T-* ^^^^~» -" T-^ Notes Of Servicemen Mr and Mrs Frank Foley took A/lc John French to Fort Dodge where he boarded a plane for PhUadephia, and then to Scotland for a three year stretch with the Air Force. John made his home here with the Foleys and graduated from Presentation Academy in Whittemore in 1957 and just returned from spending three years at the base in Masawa, Japan. Airs Joan Voigt purchased a home in Algona on East Elm street, and plans to move with her family to her new home Dec. 1. She will vacate the Geelan farm. David Kollasch will move to the farm formerly occupied by the late Raymond Voigt. PENSACOLA, Fin - Navy Lieu- enant junior grade Terence S. Cenefick, above, son of Dr. and Mrs John D. Kenefick of Algona, has completed his first solo flight at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Saufley Field, Pensacola, Fla. Before his solo, he was required to make twelve flights with instructors. A graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, Kenefick entered the service in March, 1959. Frank Schumacher, patient ir. University hospital in Iowa City, underwent surgery last Tuesday and called home Friday that he is getting along nicely and expects to be home this Tuesday. His son Herman Schumacher of Sioux Falls. South Dakota, and Mr and Mrs Bert Sherman of Lake Andres, So. Dak., arrived here Wednesday. Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Schumacher home were Mr and Mrs Edward Schumacher and daughter Cynthia of Algona and Mr and Mrs Harold Schumacher. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl had as dinner guests Thanksgiving Day Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Hank Wichtendahl and family of here, Mr and Mrs Gordon Jenson and family of Yale, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl and family of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Lyle Andersen and Mark of Cedar Falls, Mr and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and family of Cherokee, Selma and Emogene Wichtendahl of Algona BUILT-IN COMFORT ON A HIGH OR MID-HEEL An tlastlciied throat tor flinging fit AIL HEEL HEIGHTS ALL WIDTHS AAAA's To C'» Air Step's Mag.c Cushioned So/a ALL STYLES & SIZES ALL LENGTHS 4'/i to 11 BROWN kiii SHOE STORE ALGONA IQWA and Mfs Ross Burns and sons o Everly. And on Sunday they were dinner hosts to Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mr and Mrs Charles Sch ultz and family, Mr and Mrs James Schultz and family, Mr am Mrs Norman Schultz and daughters, Mrs Ruth Schultz and Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons of here, Mr and Mrs Dick Potrat;- and daughter of Estherville. Mi and Mrs Kenneth Mergen and family of here. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and son Everett and daughter Kvonnc left last week Tuesday for Tawas City, Mich., where they spent Thanksgiving day with Mr and Mrs Dick Leu. They returned home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidon- with and son Lyle spent Wednesday evening at the homo of thr former's nephew, Mr and Mr, Ralph Sobers in Albert Lea, Minn. Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Sobers home were Ellsworth Heidenwilhs. Mr and Mrs Arthur fleidenwith, Ella Rae Maahs anr' Mrs Dorothy Rosondahl and Kay Trances of here, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Valkcr and Gary and Helen and Ur and Mrs Con Oppcgard and 'amily of Albert Lea. Mr and Mrs Edward Grimes had as dinner guests Thanksgiving clay Mr nnd Mrs Jerry Lewis speii Thanksgiving at Fort Dodge wit! Mr and Mrs W. J. Ruge. Mrs Oltfn .lordon was visile;! !H=I weekend by Mr and Mrs John Jordan and family of Minneapolis Mr and Mrs II. M. Knechl spout Thanksgiving at Buffalo Center with Mr anil Mrs Stanley Ventei cher. Iticquflyii, daughter of Mr anil Mrs Keith B. Rowley, left Monday tti enroll at Iowa State University, Ames. Mr ,in<l Airs William Lniibentli;i' were dinner guests Thursday of .he parents. Mr and Mrs Joe L;ui- benthal at Cylinder. Mrs Imeldn Engpssor nnd P;in spent the Thanksgiving holidays at West Bend, Wis. with William Dooley and family. Mr nnd Mrs Charles Hinkrn Mr and Mrs Oscar Grimes, Glen- VK \ M rs Minnie Hinken .spent wood, Minn. , Thanksgiving clay at Sac City with Dick Russell moved his family into the Paul Urich apiirtment.- last week, vacating the Fred Ruli- nke home in Highlawn addition. The Delbert Ostwalds will vacate the former Chris Meyer home and move to the Ruhnke home. Josie Gouge Of Wesley Is Wed November 22 Wesley — Mrs Josie Gouge and Fred Kortc were married Thursday, Nov. 22, at 4 p.m. in the Methodist church in Crystal Lake by Rev. Luella G. Ko'ether and Rev. J. Janet Sudram. Attending were bride's son-in-law and dau- ghted, Clarence and Verneil Ptacek of Garner. Those who attended the wedding were the Clarence Ptacek family of Garner and the families of the groom: Fred Korte, Jr. and family of Osage, Raymond Krominga family of Lakota, Lloyd Miller family of Ventura, Jim Korte and Sandra Hansen of Crystal Lake. Eugenia and Jo Lynn Miller played an organ and piano duet. The bridal party had a 6:30 dinner at City. the Green Mill in Mason Plum Creek 4-H The November meeting of Plum Creek Boys 4-H was held at the Community room. Don Madsen will run for a county office and John Mnscher will be voting delegate. Record books were passed out and we also drew names for our Christmas party. Lunch was served by Keiths and Mawdsleys. Mr and Mrs Marvin .lumcs Put/stuck and family. Colorado Springs, Colo., spent Thanksgiving with the Bert Putz- stuck family and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Eugene Muring!) had as Thanksgiving guest the former's mother. Mrs E. J. Murtagh of Friendship Haven. Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs William Grrrinp spent Thanksgiving at Spencer with Rev. anrl Mrs Everett Blaik and brought home for the weekend the granddaughter Billie. The daughter Mary Ann Black was home from Bethel college. Mr nnd Mrs August Schmidt entertained at a family dinner Thursday and had as guests Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, Mr and Mrs Phil Schneider and Gary, Mr and Mrs Delbert Moore and terry, Mr and Mrs Merle Moore, Align and Gordie, Eldon Moore, Adrian Casler and Vernon Casler. Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding spent the Thanksgiving holiday with Mr and Mrs John P. Coleman and Maureen and Kathleen in St. Paul Park, Minn, Mr & Mrs Clair Reding and family of Ottosen and the Reding's other claugh- ter and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Lutz, Jr. of Marshall, Minn. also joined the senior Redings for Thanksgiving dinner at the Colemans. House guests at the home of Mrs George Butterfield o v e r the Thanksgiving weekend were her daughter, Georgia Ann, and three friends, Kerrie Mumford, Jerrie Dietz and Phyllis Lehman. All four girls teach at the Wichita Christian Academy in Wichita, Kan. Rev. and Mrs Richard Cngle and Debbie, Sharon, Cindy and Jackie were also Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs Butterfield. LONG-PLAY l.'SG O'il Jersey tsiki's u fuirimitiuc; turn ill C;rlyu'r siivn .-!cvvr,l uluvi 1 .In.', s ii'; :(s own sparkling p'n. (J;« i for t ! .<> fnjiirc . . . v. ".:•'.'. 'it; for tl.'s L«!..L;v .i(v.S"ii :ii:il then .nine. $39.95 "We Specialize In Quality Fashions" Mr nnd Mrs Russell Cook spent at Minneapolis with relatives. Mr and Mrs Fred (ieigel were dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigl at "Fenlon. Mr nnd Mrs K. I,, finrbell were dinner guests Thanksgiving day of Mr and Mrs John Stcgman at F,m- metsburg. Mr nnd Mrs F. M. Holt. Hetty. Luann and Alan spent Thanksgiving day at Bradgnle with Mr and Mrs Bernard .Jacobs. Mr nnd Mrs .Inck Umhnugh nnd family were Thanksgiving guests of the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs W. Bator at Greenfield. Mrs Henry Lund and her sister Louise Magnussen entertained Mr find Mrs Charles Lund of Ringsted at dinner Thanksgiving day. Mr and Mrs Robert Honnetie iad as dinner guests Thursday Mr and Mrs Orrie Peterson and VIr and Mrs Donald Peterson and 'amilics. Mr and Mrs AUlen McAdnms had as dinner guests Thursday Mr and Mrs Arlan Banning and Mr and Mrs Glen Winslow and families, Des Moines. Mr nnd Mrs William Ludwig were dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Larry Manns at Burl and were joined by Mr and Mrs George Manus. Dr. nnd Mrs J. B. Winkcl nnd Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius joined other relatives of Windom. Minn, at Dr. and Mrs E. J. Capesius for Thanksgiving dinner at Whiltemore. 1<<'\. and Mrs Frank Hnrcey lind as Thanksgiving weekend guests their daughter Karen, a student at the LaC'rosse, Wis. college, and Mrs Harcey's parents, Mr and Mrs Bernard Orr of Houston, Minn. The Harccys took all back Sunday. Mrs C. H. Simpson had as Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson, Robortn Miller and Mrs Alma Simpson of Nevada who has been here several days. Mr nnd Mrs Don Conk hat! ns Thanksgiving guests Mrs Nellie Cook, Mr and Mrs Jens Sorensen and the daughter Sandra Cook, who was home from the State college at Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Kd Hagg hnd ns dinner guests Thursday Mr and Mrs Hugh Black and Louise and Jimmy. They were joined for supper by Mr and Mrs Bob Tols- clorf, Mike, Tony and Mary Ann of Osage. Bill Higgins spent the Thanksgiving weekend at his home here. Bill, student at Creighton I'., Omaha, brought two college Friends, Dan Hurley, Reno, Nov., ;md Mike McGinley, Denver, Colo., iiome with him. Mrs Km 111:1 Oreyrr hnd as Thanksgiving weekend guests Mr nnd Mrs Carl Anliker and Deardra )f Clinton and Mrs Leonard Morgan and Charlotte Steven of Valey. Neb. They also celebrated Mrs Dreyer's birthday. Judy Knoll spent the Thanksgiving weekend in Chicago with her sister. Mary Kay. They are daughters of Mr and Mrs Larry Knoll. Mr and Mrs Knoll had as Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrs Fred Knoll of Charles City. Mrs Kiithryn iMnhoney had as Thanksgiving weekend guests her son Russell. Chicago, and Mr and Mrs Jim Mahoney and family, Minneapolis. Other guests Thursday were Mr and Mrs Bruce Eck- harl of Humboldt and Mrs Mary Nelson. Mr nnd Mrs Roseoe Mnwdsley have had as Thanksgiving weekend pue.«t their daughter Dolores who teaches at Newton. They were dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Duane Mawdsley at Burl and joined the entire Roseoe Mawdsley families. Mr nnd Mrs Willis Colwell hnd as Thanksgiving guests Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and children, Adcl, Mrs O. G. Day, Clarion, and Mrs Hugh Colwell. The Colwells went to Adcl for the weekend and attended the concert Sunday in Tuesday, November 27, Atgeftia (In.) Upp«r DM Malrt«t-S Des Moinos. Gary Colwell sang with the chorus. Mrs Stnvros Mcolnou, nee Jenn French, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard French, has gone to New York City to spend several days with her husband. She was recently at Phoenix, Ariz., visiting her brother Russell French and family. Mrs W. <;. MrCiillough. Mrs Robert McCulIotigh nnd Mari went to Newton to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs W. G. McCullough's sis- ter, Mrs E. 0. Korf. Robert Mc- Cullotigh nnd Bruce joined them there Sunday and brought them home. Karen Downey of Minneapolis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Downey left Thanksgiving day for Seattle, Wash , and there joined Miss Lee Harr for a trip via plane to Honolulu, Hawaii, on a two week vacation at the Hilton hotel. 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