The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 19
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Doris Goefz Is Honoree At Ledyard Shower »v,ie «ri - ""* Frida y evening a miscellaneous shower was held at the E. and R. church social room honoring Doris Qoetz. who Will become the bride of Harley Pascke later this month. Mrs Roger Goetz was in charge of the program and opened it by reading several poems and advice to the bride to be. Other numbers were as follows: poem and Saxaphone solo by Ruth Ploeger; reading, Ruth Wallentine; vocal Solo, Ann Egesdal; reading, Bon<- ftie Qoetz; and song by Ruth Ploeger, Ann Egesdal, Ruth Wallentine, Shirley Udstuen and Marilyn King. The bride to be was assisted in opening her gifts by her two sisters-in-law, Carolyn Goetz and Bonnie Goetz, and her sister, Janis, and Marian Woodyard. Joyce Menke had charge of the guest book. A lunch was served. W.S.C.S. Met Last Thursday afternoon the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs E. A. Carpenter with Mrs D. A. Carpenter as assisting hostess. Mrs Leo Willadsen was in charge of the program. A prayer was led by Mrs Harold Herzog. Sandra Willadsen played a piano solo. , The introduction to the theme was given by Mrs Willadsen. The program closed with prayer. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Circle Meetings The E. and R. Circles will meet this week at the following times and places: Grace, Tues., 2 p.m., Mrs Ervin Klinksiek; Faith, Tues., 2:15 p.m., Mrs Orville Runksmeier; Love, Tues., 7:30 p.m., the church; and Unity, Wed., 2 p.m., Mrs Jay Blome. tylr and Mrs George Gonias, Pamela and John, also Peggy Mayer of Des Moines • spent the weekend at the parental, D. B. Mayer home. The Goodwill truck will call at the E. and R. and" Methodist Churches this week Thursday. Bags are available at the E. and R. parsonage and at the Methodist church. There will be no services at the E. and R. Church Sunday, Aug. 11, as Rev. Victor Vriesen will preach a Mission Festival sermon at Norwood, Minn., that Sunday. This will be the annual vacation Sunday. ^ The George Thompsons tiaras" guests Lottie and Jennie Mason of LuVerne over the Fourth. They visited at Mankato, also at Fairmont and in Algona Friday and Saturday while they were here. Swimming Poo/ Fons The weather finally cooperated with a tJDM camerman long enough for him to venture to the local swimming pool in search of a gtpup of bathing beauties. '• \ He found the three above, resting at the time between dips, and paying no attention to the small lad behind them, who happens to be Bobby Martin. The girls are, left to right, Marcia Anderson, Paula Priebe and Ann Mikes. Crowds at the pool have been good when the temperature has been right, rather scant other times. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) Mr and Mrs Herman Moen and Cynthia, Daniel and Becky of Inwood visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra a week ago. Cynthia remained for a longer visit and the Willadsens took her home the Fourth and remained there for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Nitz and daughter, Barbara, of Brandon, Wis. visited at the L. A. Nitz home in Lakota and at the Paul Nitz and William Knoner homes here recently. . > Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra spent last weekend at Sioux Falls. Anna Marie Mitchell, who is on furlough from missionary service in Japan, and is attending college in Sioux Falls, visited friends here last week. Mr and Mrs Harold Warner and Sandra and Becky went to Rockford, 111 .Friday to visit at the home of Harold's brother and family, the Maynard Warners, and to bring his mother, Mrs Lena Warner home after a month's stay at Rockford and with a sister in Michigan, Lillian Kvamsdale, who came home recently from missionary service in Bolivia to convalesce from a recent illness, visited friends in Ledyard last Tuesday. Natalie Hardt, who has been visitin'g friends in Minnesota the past several weeks, came home Wednesday to spend the rest of the summer with her mother, Mrs Zilphy Hardt. 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Buster Keaton Story .»; * Donald O'Connor as the famed deadpan comedian of "The Buster Keaton Story," Rhonda Fleming as a silent film glamor queen in the hilarious comedy opening Sunday at the Algona theatre. , It's Reunion Time In The Lone Rock Area Lone Rcck'-r*- A'Rath reunion was held in Fairmont Sunday at the Lincoln Park. Attending were Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mrs Mary Zimmerman and daughter, John Rath of Charles City; Walt Reidel and family. Lawrence Reidel and family V* Algona; Sylvester Brace and family, Wm. Rath of LuVerne; Albert Shasers, Dale Schroeder and Susan, Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Junior Hurlburts, Mrs IJmrtia Hurlburt and girls, Clinton Rath and family, Maurice Weisbrod and, family, Dale Wegener and family all of Lone Rock. Carl Raths of Armstrong, Sid Payne and family of Swea City, Clyde Anderson Boone. and family of annual Bprjchardt reunion was held Sunday at the Clarence Kraft home, Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt and Jay, Mr and 'Mrsi Otto Borchardt of Fenton; Mr anw M,rs ' Theo. Osfwald of Whitty.- more; 'Mr and Mi's Reinhart BOK-\ chardt, Eteloreei" LaVonne, Judy* and Gloria of Fairmont, Min'n.^ Mr and Mrs Jameg Walker arid Charla of Algona, Mrs Rose Kraft of Lone Rock, were present. Rockets Me* The regular meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets was held "Thursday evening afc the home of' Linda Ramus. During the business meeting Linda Ramus gave a demonstration, Janece Kissner and LaVonne Thompson gave talks. Nancy Fischer and Susan Montgomery had charge of music. Recreation was outdoor games by Linda Ramus and Dawn Schultz. Joan Wilhelmi was a guest and Mrs Pelmar Fischer a guest mother. ;C«cle Meetings •yhe Lu Circle will meet this Thursday, July 18, one week earlier, than usual. Hostesses are Mrs L.' A. Newbrough and fnfrs Andrew Thomson. The meeting will be held at the Newbrough home. Ma.xine circle will meet Thursday at th v e home oi Mi's Florence Schrader with Mrs Donald Blanchard assisting. Mrs g. A- Lee will have the lesson. Mildred circle will meet with Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs C. E. NLprdine assisting. Mrs Emma will have the lesson. Mollie, Jill and Cynthia, ftMht over the weekend at Des Mollies at the parental, H. K. Drown f&A- deftce. Mrs Donald Slancnard visited last week in Waterloo at the Jerry See residence. Mrs Roy Jensen entertained la*t Monday, Mrs L. T. Jackson of Baton Rouge, La., Mrs Robert Dransfeldt and two nieces .'of Bancroft, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mi's A. A. Krueger. Mr and Mrs Edward Blanchard, Mr and Mrs A. D. NeWbroiigh, Pat and Kim Blanchard spent Sunday in Nevada at the Delbert Blanchard home. Rick Lee returned home after spending the past week with the Gene Blah- chard family. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson and Jennifer returned Friday after visiting in Marionette, Wis. at the home of his parents. Michael remained witn hjs grandparents for a visit. Mrs Maude Blanchard visited from last week at the AlfrfeU Schultz home in Ottosen. Rev. C. E. Nordine attended Synod in Ames last week. Mrs Nordine and the children visited her parents at Polk City. Mrs Naomie Marlow, Mrs Margaret Householder, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Mrs Ralph Reidel visited in Burt Sunday afternoon at the Hugh Marlow home. Mr and Mrs John' Geitzenauer of Fenton were Sunday guests of the Lawrence Geitzenauers. Gloria Borchardt of Fairmont, Minn, is spending a few days this week with Judy Kraft. Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter of Ruthven were guests Thursday at the Rolland Baxter home in honor of Holland's birthday. Sunday Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxtei and family attended a family dinner in Ayrshire at the Elsworth Baxter home. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family returned Saturday evening after a one week vacation at Yellowstone and Black Hills. Judy Hammerstrom spent over- nite Thursday with Nancy Christenson. Mr and Mrs Emil Person called In Algona Sunday afternoon at the Otto Westling hpme. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and Cheryl Ann visited at the Person home that evening. Visitors this week in the Milfred Mitchell honje are. Mrs Peter Yellick, Karin and Ann of Kalamazoo, Mich., Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell of Oklahoma. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna attended the wedding Sundajt of Barbara Dittmer and EuClaire Meyer at Burt. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and girls attended the wedding of Barbara Dittmer at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt Sunday. Mrs Gerald Angus and Jeffrey were honored at a birthday party Friday evening in Algona at the home of- Mr and Mrs Clause Wbitehill. Attending, -Besides the Gerald Angus family were Mr and Mrs Harold Angus of Burt. Mr and Mrs Leon Marlow and family, Mr and 'Mrs Eldon Marr low and Barry were at Kester, Minn. Sunday where Leon played ball with the Kester team. For supper they were all entertained at the Eldon Marlow home. Mrs Howard Bierstedt attended a shower at Cylinder Saturday afternoon for Mrs John Kressin held at the Kenneth Johnson home. Mrs Alfred Mueller and Margaret of Sacramento, Cal. arrived Saturday at the Howard Bierstedt home. Sunday afternoon Mrs Mueller and Margaret, Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family called in Cylinder at the Earl Lufkin home. Saturday evening visitors in the Delmar Fischer home were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Pentipo and sons, Mrs Howard McCelllan all of Ogden, Mrs Howard Krause 'of Lone Rock and Mrs Sarah Fischer. Mrs Pentipo and Mrs McClellan' are nieces of Mrs Fischer. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder were guests Sunday at Fenton at the Roy Chrischilles home. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton and family were guests Sunday of the Gilbert Saxton family at Cylin- St. Benedict fcy Mr* Philip Arftdoffar Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jpnathon attended a retard, at the fairgrounds Sunday. Mt and Mrs Jesse Blanchard, der. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and family of Algona were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Roger Jensen home. Kathy Jensen returned home after visiting with the Jergenson family. . Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Herman Kramer, Mrs Florence Schrader, Mrs A, A. Krueger, Mrs Milton Madison, Mr and Mrs W .J. Cotton were in Ames Wednesday for the day to attend Synodical. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger visited in Fairmont Thursday at the Ted Krueger home. In the evening they drove to Mason City where they met their daughter Janet, who arrived from Cedar Falls. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN Mr and Mrs Dan FroehliCh and Mr and Mrs Frances Froehlich attended the funeral of Dan's brother-in-law. Ferd Flinspach, at Bloomington, 111., July 8. Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell and daughter are visiting this week in the home of her par- i ents, Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich. Mrs Ralph Morey and daughter Jo Ann arrived Monday from Chicago to visit a couple of weeks at Mrs Morey's parents' home, Mr and Mrs Al Rosenmeyer. Mr and Mrs Mike Preuschl came from Milwaukee, Wis., Tuesday, July 9 to visit at the John Preuschl home. Mike and John are brothers. They remained until Thursday morning. Annie Eischen won high prize in "500" at the home of Mary Cink on July 11. Mary Daley will be hostess, July 18. Mr and Mrs Wendell Williams and three children of Elcho, Wis. came July 4 to the home of Mr and Mrs Sim Hirner, the parents of Mrs Williams. They left July Mf and Mrs George Kunkel and family were at Geheva. la. visiting Mrs Kunkel's atint, Lula Ahmann, July 11. The fte*t day Mrs Kunkel accompanied hfef aunt, uncle and cousin, Mf and Mrs Leo Hanig and Donald to Dubuque to visit Mfs Kunkel's sister, Mrs Herbert Althfltls. 4-H Square Donee "Swing yoUr partner" will be a familiar Call heard at the annual 4-H square dance in Kossuth County. This county wide 4-H ^ party will feature Lloyd Frazee, noted square dance caller, who will lead the 4-H'ers in an evening of fun. The party will begin at 8:30 and continue through 11:30 on the athletic field in Algona, July 18, Friday eve* rting. Responsible for the planning and carrying out of the evening program are Bonnie Froehlich, Gertrude Kahler, Carol Cham«- bers, Julie Nygaard, Duane Jensen, Aaron Anliker, David Erick* son and Bob* Chambers. NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., IF IT'S MEWS — WE WANT II thuftday, July 18, 1»S? AlgortB (la.) Upptf Ptt Phone CY 4-3535 -Your Newspaper switch to never an after-thirst! CRYSTAL SPRINGS BOTTLING WORKS «ewm«iT i«». ISTHIRVILLE, IOWA * Mt iOUI " t 'GERMANY — Kenneth R. Lampe, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Lampe, Bancroft, Jowa, recently was promoted to private first class while serving with the 498th Engineer Battalion in Ger many. A construction specialist in the battalion's Company C, Lamps entered the Army in June 1956 and arrived in Europe last April. The 19-year-old soldier was graduated from St. John's High, School ni 19&6. irTrg Nswg^¥iFwANT if to a. D ui Z Factory Trained Specialists rn TO ^ m «/» Wilferd Lauritson is a faciory trained mechanic who is a native of Algona and who has thirty years of all-around automotive experience. You will' find thai he knows all cars well. O 575 (> 1 u § < Kenny Wehrspan • is also a , factory trained mechanic who has attended GM schools and who specializes in automatic transmissions as well as all other work from minor tune-up to major overhaul. Klass Buwalda owned his. Own Chrysler-Plymouth garage in Holland before coming to this country. Since then he has attended four faciory training schools and those who have had'Klass work on their auto have been well pleased. You,,will be, too.' " • ERNIE WILLIAMS Bill Weir, Ernie's salesman, was at Whittemore and has lived within Kossuth county or nearby ttn&tory most of his life. You will like to deal with Bill. HOME OF NATIONALLY BONDED USED CARS which cerry full yegr warranty *- 100% parti and labor — anywhere in the U. 5- miles driven. E'ddie Wilcox is a factory trained parts 'representative. If they make it* he can find it, He also supervises the greasing and cleaning of your car. .'' \ • z I Erickfion/ a June graduate, U just beginning his mechanics career and in keeping with the rest el Ernie's «|aff, will be trained this fall at wood Institute, Minneapolis, Kr Satisfied Customer, who'l found, that Ernie's factory trained do b» Job on any Ernie Williams Authorised Pontiqc ~ Cadillac Sate* f. ymr -m-r --,v,™. ^^TT *'" 1»-™- . *» "• -^~TT»_ . «pjiu« *'M iUtenwbUe. You can fee u ptaj#9« B$> 1§ W4MMI Y9W fiftHUi tO "*•—«•»'«• FOR ANY AUTQMOBIU;

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