The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 2
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t-AltfoM (to.) tfpftat DM M*fct» J«ff II, Sunday Harms Reunion Held At Fairgrounds WhiHtraate ** The annual Harm* reunion was held last week Sunday it the Fairgrounds in Algona. Those who attended were Mrs Fred Harms end son Fred and daughter Kate, Mr and Mrs IrwSn Harms and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Block and family, Mrs Ben Block, and Mr and Mrs Julius Harms and family, all of West Bend, Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and daughters Emogene and Selma, Mr artd Mrs Gordon JenSon and family artd Mr and Mrs Delbert Wiehtendah! and sons, Vernon and Stephen of here and Mr and Mrs Russell Banwart City. and family of Sioux Mildred Carlisle, daughter of A. C. Carlisl^ entered the L.U- th«raft hospital ift Fort Dodge, the fore part of last week where she underwent surgery last Wednesday, and is reported to be getting along nicely. Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber of here and Mr and Mrs Roland Weber of Morrirville, Perm., visited relatives in Fort Dodge. Thursday. Mr and Mrs Emil Schumacher of Fenton visited here at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher Thursday. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Resells Voigt, ond Mr and Mrs Gerald OUom of Algona, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt, and family. and Mr an«i Mrs Mflttw ftto« and sons, Brian, Craig aftd Ken of here, Mr aid Mrs Jack Johnson and fomiljr o! ftolte find Mrs Margaret Wagner of here were Sunday afternoon Mid evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Thomas thmphy were entertained at pinochle at the Arthur Heidenwith home last week Wednesday evening. And on Thursday evening at the Heidenwith home Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich and Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann were entertained at a picnic dinner in honor of Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl's birthday which was Monday, July 8. She was in Missouri on her birthday. Annual Hoosier Picnic At Burt Draws Good Crowd Lutheran Aid Mat The members of the St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held i their regular meeting in the church basement, Thursday afternoon. ,.«•.. .... Mrs Vic Perkins is president; vice president, Mrs Wilbur Roe- befj secretary, Mr? Louis Grci- nen; treasjtrot Mrs ftalph Batter. The Aid, cdfisiSts of 72 i bers, and is divided in four* cleS. Circte cfeirmah fare : , Circle No; 1, Mrs ? Herbert 'ZumacM No. 1, Chairman, Mrs Herbert Zumach, co-chairman, Mrs Edwin Grelnert; Circle No. 2 Chairman, Mrs Rucben Butzke, Co-chairman, Mrs Henry Lauck: Circle No. 3 Chairman, Mrs? Wjlliara iQ&wald, Co-chairman, JMrs Lawrence Meyer; Cir<MJNp. 4 Chairman, Mrs Herman Behnke, Co-chair- njan, Mrs Melvin Roeber. . Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Debra, and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt helped Mrs Ruth Schultz celebrate , her birthday last week W,edne4day evening. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons David and Dean, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, and Mr and Mrs James Schultz t -and-, Mr arid Mrs Delbert WMtentithL arid BOOS, Vernon aftd S stspn4n,> were entertained at cards at the home of Mr and Mrs f Ernie Meyer Thursday evening, onHhe birthday of Mr Meyer. . •' /til Neighbors pf .MrW Henry, Wiph- tendahl gathered at the 'hornV last f week Tuesday pfternoon to help Mrs Wichtendahl celebrate her birthday. Present werfe .Msrs P. W. jKollasch,iMrs Anna Baas and daUfihter'.JEida, Mr*s ' Gfer4 'Vaudt, Mrs George Meyer and Mrs Anna Wehrspann. In the evening relatives of Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl gathered in honor of Mrs Wichtendahl's birthday and included Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Dubphy, Mr and Mrs Kermit Kuecker and daughter, and Mrs Ida Kuecker of ha:e,,.Mr and Mrs Noah Reisnfer and-'son yernpn of Lotts Creek, Mrs* Frieda Siems and Mrs Dora Haack of Fenton. 1 ,Mr and Mrs J54ward Maahs and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs John Maahs and Mr and Mrs Herman Maahs of Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Merlyn Dietrich and farnlly of Rodman attended the annual Maahs re- uhion held at Hutchinson, Minn., Sunday, David Voigt, six year o}d son of -|ifr and Mrs Raymond Voigt, entered Memorial hospital in Ejninetsburg, Friday,- and underwent surgery'f'JSatuKlay morning fqr"""hernla,. ^Jje is getting along niofely. »* ' X Ifraneis Crotty, who is farming two mile,? jBQ£theast of Whittemore, entered the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg, Sunday eve* ^ning and was immediately operated 6n for appendicitis, Mr and J&rs .James Kuqcker anLd," t funij^*ifc $i«i|jc • City Sunday di^M^wd 'supper g at |he parSifel hbme pf Mr Mrs Harold Kuecker. , Mrs Jem McKean and daiiglT- ter-,'Jill of Algona and the torm er'f .leister, Joyce Kaecjcer, terf^f Mr a»d Mr^ t er at here, §re spens a, at the Lutheran Wa at Lake Burl — The annual Hoosier picnic was held Sunday July 14 at the Legion Hall in Burt. In charge of arrangements this year were the Hiram Ackennans, the Earl Shiplers and Roscoe Stewarts. A picnic dinner was served at noon with the afternoon given over to visiting. Attending were the following: Mrs Thelma Anderson and Sharon, Fenton; Mrs Lila Waltman and daughter, Ceylon, Minn,; Mrs Edith Trenary, Mrs Paul Mulligan and Phyllis, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Earl Trenary and family, Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and children, Es- thervllle, Mr and Mrs Ted Green and children, Mr and Mrs Fred Richter and Mrs Sarah Trenary of Ledyard; and Mr .and Mrs Jim Ackertrian of Garner. From! this community were Mr and Mi's Clyde Bristow, Audrey, Charlene Lappe, Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman and daughters, Mr and Mrs Eulan Scheller, Mr and Mrs Earl Shinier and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle, Mrs .Gertrude Ackerman, Mrs Lois Trunkhill, Mrs Heerdt and two sons, ; Mr and Mrs ^V. J. Stewart Mr and Mr* M. J. tttink- hill and itatnily ; and Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth, the Hiram Ackermans, and the Roscoe Stewarts. Anotrieri pittiic will be held next ' July with arrangements made by the Earl Ackermans, the Bill Trenarys and the Tom Trenarys. < : Mr and Mrs G. Riedfel, Dubuque, are parents of a daughter born there July 8th. The baby .who weighed 8 pounds and 8te Ounces .has .been, named Terry Lyn, and she has an older brother. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel are the grandparents. ; , ; , , JMrlj^ena'f'arrell df .Cedar Falls Visittd her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Mike Fort Dodge are visiting at the home of tneir daughters, Mr and Mrs? Raymond Yoigt aqd Mr end Mrs Wo^fosv RmseW and Mr an4 Ii»»pri»otfat» at Whitte> Bac-r and family last week, as well as relatives in Algona. Members of the Jolly Ten Club were entertained at the home of Mrs Clifford Waltman Monday afternoon. The occasion was honoring Mrs Waltman's birthday. Mr and Mrs Albert Baas and Victoria were Saturday supper guests at the Doyle McFarlands. Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson are visiting points of interest in> the Black Hills, South Dakota land the 'Yellowstone Park. L.' R, Daniels and Mrs Harold Angus are in charge of the Burt Hardware Store during the Andersons absence. Carol Sue Weiner, daughter of the Jerry Weiners, and Duayne Hinckleys are spending this week at Camp Quest( Methodist Camp Grounds at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Weiner and Mr and Mrs Hinckley and their families took the young people there Sunday afternoon. The graduating class of 1947 of the Burt high school held a class reunion at Tuttle Lake Sunday of last week. Attending were Roger Chafee; Arlet Churlahd and husband; Phyllis Christen sen Schmidt and husband and children; Joyce Geilenfeld Mohr and husband; Emil Hasse, wife and children; Paul Hasse; Duane Habeger; and Merlin and Doris Salisbury Madsen ahd Steven. ; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Steward spent a recent weekend with the Walter Stewards. Mr and Mrs Ray Miller and children'of LU- Verne spent Sunday with the Stewards. Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland went to' Stratford, Saturday, where they visited relatives. They also went to Boone to see Mrs Gertie Petersen, a patient in tnq hospital s thepe, Mrs Pstersen, eldest sister , of ( Mrs jMcFarJandr fracture^ her;hip three weeks IS OUR SPECIALTY at Cook's STANDARD OIL It's Diamonds For Your Complete WASH and WEAR HEADQUARTERS if Sport Shirts * Work Uniforms if Or the Latest In Ivy League Pants Kids, Give Mom A Break — Buy the Item She Doesn't Need To Iron, FOR LESS at DIAMONDS ago and the visitors {&•*§ htff improving. They returne* holht Sunda*. The Birtiiday di*cWLffiti Wftfi Berth a Wcllact at lie Ojeorfte Hawcptt horn* Frtdaf. .Gu**t« were Etta Holdfen, Mary Voleli- tine, Wantale* Hawtott, Shells and Kenneth and Vickie Sehra- der. The Ella Slgsbees birthday was observed. The next meeting will be July 25 with Bertha Mansmith. Albert Decker Of Lakota Has Major Surgery Lakota Abert Becker is again a hospital patient at St. Mary's in R«Che«t*r following Major surgery last Thursday. This Deration wkt similar to etie he had last year. Albert had polio. Mis mother, Mrs Ray Becker, stayed with him uhtil Sunday '•when Mr Becker and Orandftoth-' «r. Mrs Henry Olthoff weftt to Rochester and she returned home. |».W.O. Met The Presbyterian Women's Or- anization met in Ihe efturch par- r~ Thursday afternoon with Me?dames John Smith, George fcnnen aftd 3, I. Ukefla hostesses. Dcsotions wefe given by Mrs Jerry Heetlattd, Mrs W. D. Ley "gave? a ' report on leadership tt a.ning school and those who had attended Synodieal gave short re- ports. ftifti Fuhefal iWtim for John ftljp- pefttrop wwre h*ld Saturday afHrfteon in the Presbytsrtan thttfch with Rev. Harlan Kruse officiating. John was a son of Mr and Mrs Cort K. Rippentrop and lived, in the Lakota community as a young man. He was married to Bertha Jansen who survives with a daughter, Irene Aukes, and son, Kent, at home. Ml- Rippentrop was crushed between his tractor tind wagon endgate while unloading silage fit an open pit near Titonka, July 10. Saturday supper guests of Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse were Rev. and Mrs fenne of Minnesota. Mr *ftd Hff tfarry f aulsen «nd children (A Omaha were Thurs- dty dinnef guests of Mr and Mrs Etttter Paalsen. fht Ledyard Township Homemakers «m Friday aftemdon it the Charles Gutknecht home. Mrs Vemoft Smith and Mrs tfvin Schwarti were hostesses. The program was presented by the 4-H girls. Juanita Schafer of Elmore, daughter of Mrs Fred Schafer, was married in the Elmore Assembly of God churen t& Iwttald Hawbaker June 14.' ' « Mr and Mrs Paul Englebart have returned from a, wedding trip and are in a trailer home at the Otto EnglebarW. The Bew Mrs Englebart Was Irene Graue of Frost. Carol Winter went to Man« kato Sunday. Catol Witt be a secretary to tti* Pastor 6f the Presbyterian church there. She is a graduate ol Mankato Business college. Bruci Allan, wtight Id pounds, 1 ounces, was born to Mr and Mrs Ronald Heetland July f at Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs larl Goodettow of Mason City were Saturday visitors with the latter's sister, Mrs Andrew Jansen and Mr Jansen. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kru'se and family attended a picnic at Storm Lake Sunday for counselors at the summer Presbyterian Camps at Okoboji. Mesdames Jerry tlkena, C. C. Gerzema, Marian Kruse, Andrew Jansen, 1. E, Wortman and Jerry Heetland attended' Presbyterian Synodieal at Ames Tuesday. 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