The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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«-Algena fto.) Upper Pat Moln*Tfruradoy, Avffvtf 29. 1*5? Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Raymond Wessel. Algonn. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of Mrs Weasel's daughter, Cyrilla Kay Schmidt, above, (o Mr John Joseph Marti, son of Mrs Anna Marti. West Bend. The wedding will take place Sept. 25 at St Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona. Nurse Graduate Miss Helen Peglow, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glen Peglow of Irvinglon, graduated Aug. 21 from Iowa Lutheran Hospital, School of Nursing. She is employed at the hospital in surgery until February when she will go to New York City to work and also attend Columbia University where she will obtain her degree in nursing. Chuck Wagon Meal Sunday morning, Aug. 25, Algona Bit & Spur club enjoyed a typical chuck wagon breakfast of fried potatoes, bacon, eggs and coffee in Floral Hall from 7:30 to 11. This is an annual event and was attended by 150 people. The youngsters were given free pony rides in the .giornlng and in the afternoon, the riders participated in games on horseback. New Bride Honored A miscellaneous shower was given August 10 at the Johnson House for Sandra Rich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Rich who was married to La Roy Sen- raeder of Lone Rock. Hostesses were Mrs Doris Davis, Mrs Geo Rich, Mrs John Rich, Mrs Walter Rich, Mrs Nettie Rich, Mrs Will Drayton, Mrs Carl Hdenke, Mrs Glen Sabin and Mrs Eric Willrett Farewell Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose Call State park at which were present Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen of Lu- Verne, Sgt. and Mrs Otto Hansen of Orlando, Fla., Mrs Christina Nielsen and grandson Edwin Hunt of LuVerne, Mrs Johanna Hansen, Mr and Mrs Art Wiese and Sandra Hudson. Sgt. Hansen, brother of Mra WJese, leaves September 7 for Iceland. Dau Reunion Held The Dau family reunion was hejd at the Kossuth county fairgrounds Aug. 25 with 117 present. In attendance were Messers and Mesdames Lawrence Meyer, Herbert Zumach, Wilbur Ruhnke, Melvin Roeber, Victor Dau Hugo Meyer, Art Rusch, Duane Dau and Mrs Anna Dau of Whit- ternore; Darrel Dreyer, Everett Dreyer, son Lee, Larry Alt, Art Krause and Mrs Elsie Dreyer of Fenton; Ernest Bernau of Corwith, Harold Ubbcn of Lakota, Duane Dreyer and Jackie, Frank Jergens cf West Bend; Frank Dreyer of Lone Rock, Wilbrrt Ruhnke of LuVerno. William Dau Sr., William D.-iu Jr., Algona and the perspective families The entertainment was arranged by Mr and Mrs Ruhnke, Mr and Mrs William Dau Sr., and Mr and Mrs William Dau Jr. Wedding Sept. 1 The wedding of Geraldinc Marie Cline to Sheridan Keith Strayer will take place Sunday September 1, at 3 p.m. at First Presbyterian church, Cedar Falls. Miss Cline is planning a large wedding party. HIT sister Gwendolyn will serve as maid of honor with Sharon Strayer, the bridegroom's sister from Algona; Dei ores Mason of Ottumwa and Pat ricia Dinsdale of Webster City serving as bridesmaids. Another sister of the bride, Cynthia, is to be the junior bride.vnaid and Marianne Tuttle of Des Moines will be the flower girl. David Yoeman, Algona, will serve as best man. The groomsmen will include Ted Hanson, David Phillips, Algona. James Bunkofske of Algona will serve as an usher. Last week Mrs Roger Hufferd and Miss Margaret Knox entertained for Miss Cline at a miscellaneous shower at the Hufferd home and Miss Mason gave a kitchen shower for the bride-elec*. Monday night at her home in Cedar Falls. Twins Feted Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke entertained at dinner Aug. 21 in honor of the fourth birthday of Mark and Mary Lee, twins of Mr and Mrs Louis Nitchals. Other guests were the parents and Mr and Mrs Quentin Jamison and family of Emmetsburg. Babies Baptized Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Jerry Lee. son of Mr and Mrs Robert Buscher and W Yiarn Patrick, son of Mr and Mrs James Boude wyns. Mrs Matern Leaving Mrs J. T. Roberts gave a dinner Sunday evening honoring Mrs Minnie Matern. Guests were Mrs^Annis and Beth, Mrs Hor- tensfc. Ferguson, Mrs Lela Gardner, "Mrs Clara Pompe, Mrs Harvey Rath and Mrs Lydia Wetzel. Cards were played and high and low scores prizes were won by Mrs Wetzel and Mrs Ferguson respectively, Mrs Matern was given a farewell gift. First U. S. Cotton mill was built in Massachusetts in 1803. EVERY STUDENT Needs A Dictionary AND HUTZELL'S HAS THEM New & Used Smith-Corona & Remington Typewriters HUTZELL'S SCHOOL SUPPLIES MJOYOU, OVIHftiiH SUiMUSf ^'Wrfnf ip m WP ^•w^ APHIS WiS — Com* and See Them - Appto Pie ROUND Oi SQUARE, You pick the turprto nvwyone ot Church Service Times Listed For Lone Rock Lone Rock — Services at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will be starling September 1, as follows: morning worship, 10 a.m., Sunday school, 11 a.m. and Youth Fellowship, 7 p.m. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Janet and Kermit, Mr and Mrs Geo. B Long, Mrs Ruth Krueger attended funeral services at Fairmont, Minn. Thursday for Theodore Krueger who passed away Monday. Mrs Car! Petersen returned last Sunday after being a patient at Iowa City. She had minor sur gery. Mr nnd Mrs Darryl Hanson Kurt and Katheryn returned to iheir home at Genesa, New York last week after spending the jast five weeks here at the Fred Genrich home. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman and family of Burt visited Wednesday evening with Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family of Ottosen visited here Thursday. Mrs Amey Hildebrand and family spent from Wednesday till Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Behrends. Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs James Walker and daughter Charla Jo from Algona visited in Nashua Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy spent the weekend at Osage. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon visited Patty at Woodward Sunday. Mrs Emma Larson, Montevideo, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ralph Herberts, Algona, visited Friday evening with Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur. Mrs Ruth Klarr and daughter, Norma Jean, Mr and Mrs George Brinkman of Mason City were Sunday guests at the McArthur home. Myrtle Hanna and Vera Crowling, Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna returned Friday after a week's trip into Canada. Sunday afternoon they visited in Algona at the Clarence Reibhoff home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt of Fenton returned after a/nine day vacation in Canada fishing. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt are the proud parents of a daughter born Aug. 19 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She has been named Teresa Le Ann. Mr and Mrs Emil Person called Sunday evening at the Owen Berhow residence. Sunday Mr and Mrs Berhow were guests in Elmore at the W. M. Rotterman home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre nnd girls of Fenton spent Sunday at the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener were guests Sunday in Algona at the parental, Fred Wegener home. In the evening they visited at the Jim St. John home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Peter Ulferts. Fulda, Minn, visited from Sunday till Thursday at the Henry Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder and family of Moville are visiting this week at the Schroeder home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Rachae] and Mrs Wilma Bush of Algona visited Friday at Woolstock. Mr and Mrs George Stenberg. Berkeley, Cal. were guests last Tuesday at the Arden Hovey residence. Sunday Mr and Mrs Hovey and John visited at Swea City at the Roy Pehrson home. Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mr and Mrs- Jesse Blanchard and family spent Sunday at Sioux Rapids with Mrs Maude Blanchard's daughter, the John Sones family. Mrs Ella Hanna and Mrs Myrtle Hanna called on Mrs Margaret Householder Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harold Cartenson and family, Livermore, Cal. spent last Wednesday at the Andrew Thomsen home. Mrs Glenn Hughs and family of Sac City visited at the Thomsen home last Wednesday till Sunday. Mr and Mrs A. P. Newbrough visited his sisters Cora and Julie Terwiliger at Humboldt Sunday afternoon and also called on Mrs Anna Newbrough. Mrs Louise Lieb, Arnold and Ella called in Algona Sunday afternoon on Augusta Davis. Mr and Mrs Maurice Wejsbrod and family returned home Sunday after vacationing from Wednesday at the Bad Lands and Black Hills of S. D. Mrs Sarah Fischer was a Sunday guest at the Delrnar Fischer home. Sunday callers at the Howard Bierstedt home were Mrs Ed Kressin and Ortvin, Mr and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt and Bertha Kressin, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauraan aud family of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family called Sunday evening in Algona at the Dean Jergensona. Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Lucille Bt'hrends and family called Sunday afternoon on the Junior Hurlburts. Mrs Wilma Bush and son of Algona spent the weekend here with Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Miss Diane Hovey was honored at a pre-nuptial shower last Wednesday evening, Aug. gl, at the Good Hope church. Hostesses were Mesdames Art Baker, Robert Podds, Fred Plumb, Ed gw^bxurth, Glenn fwter, Will Jess V«ilentJae..'J|, ', Around Algona BaptUml Soadtf fti St. Ce«e- lia's church were Jerry Lee, son of Mr and Mrs Robert K. Buscher and William Patrick, soft of Mr and Mrs James T. Boudewyns, Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank! and Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn have returned from a week's vacation at Lake of the Ozarks. Mrs Elitabeth Pott will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. Mr« W, J. Sigibee had a* her dinner guests on Wednesday, Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Mrs Irvin Schweitert of Burt, Mrs Walter Klamp of Dakota City and Mrs Lela Stewart. Mr and Mrs Don Prietkorn are being visited by the latter's sister, Mrs Mike Sadlicki and four children of Chicago. Mr Sad« licki will fly here to join them this weekend. Mr aad Mrt Bud Robinson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Cink and family of Woden, Mr and Mrs Louis Wingert and sons of Buffalo Center; Mr and Mrs George Cink ot Wesley and Mr and Mrs Frank Cink of Algona. Mr and Mrs Joe Lorenz of Duncan were afternoon callers. —o— The ladies of the Algona Country Club met Wednesday evening for dinner and cards. . Mrs R. O. Bjustrom was chairman for the event and Mrs L. S. Muckey, cochairman. Committee members were Mrs Don Nelson, Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs L. E. Linnan, Mrs T. L. Lee and Mrs Bob Williams. The executive board of the Methodist WSCS is meeting this afternoon, (Thursday) with Mrs L .J. Reed. —o— Mr and Mrs Charles McVay returned Thursday from a two month business tour of Montana. Mr and Mrs H. M. Honsbruch a.nd Mrs Colleen Barry went to Chicago Sunday where they are visiting friends. They plan to return Friday. The Barry children, Marcia and Sue are visitr ing Mr and Mrs Roy Berrie "at Mason, City and Dick and Mary Kay are with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hood at Fort Dodge. Mrs Marian LaBarre and Sue, Charlene and Brian returned Tuesday from a week's visit in Milwaukee, Wise, -with Mrs LaBarre's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Morris. —O—; Mr and Mrs Don\ Cash have arrived here from their home in Philadelphia and are visiting Mrs Cash's mother, Mrs W. C. Nelson and her twin sister, Mrs C. R. Schoby, Mrs Cash is the former Vernice Nelson. —o— Mrs Clara Pompe has as guests her son-in-law and daughter,.Mr and Mrs Francis Cavanaugh and three children of Waterloo. They are also visiting Mrs Cavanaugh's sister, Mrs R. W. Wetzel. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht and Tina, Steve and Bill spent several days of last week on a trip to the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Dick Cowan took their nephew, Jack Hemphill to Perry Friday to board a train for his home in Los Angeles, Calif, after a seven week visit here with the Cowans and with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs W. P. Hemphill. Farewell Held A farewell party was held Thursday night, Aug. 18, for Don Glaser, who left August 19 for Lockland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The party was held at the par ental home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser, where the evening was spent playing game? and socially, followed by a buffett luncheon. Guests were: Mr and Mrs A Wagner. Mr and Mrs Gene Schattschneider, Mr and Mrs Don Stienmsn. Mr and Mrs J. Stebriti, Mr and Mrs A. E- Briggs, Tom Fandel. Marvin Lallier, Sharon Gardner, Mrs Howie Stephenson, Margaret and Denny Glaaer, Mr and Mrs John Wttiwqrd of Garner; LaVonne Cushmon of Logan, Iowa; Claire Reutzel and Joyce Wilhelmi of Bancroft . Joe C«lbertson, Bernard Miller, Bill podds, koijis Broesder and Bonnie Utefe Madonna Maflow, Sharon Gardner, Patty Person and Phyliis O'OonneU left Sunday Linda Podds spent a lew days this week with Qaij Ann' Marlow. Mrs Fritz Newbroujh, Mrs Jim Marlow, D-en&ia Prlebe and Sirry visited Wednesday sfter- noon with Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Marvin Kuech and Karen took Bernard Pettit to Pes koines Monday to the Veterans hospital. Pet* Office Cloning closed all dav Monday, Sept J, Labor P^y. Ttw lofefew will be open froja 7 a..m, to 7 B.m. There will be no_ mail delivery of any outgo- -, ins, .Dale • START WITH THESE MEAT BUYS RATH DEFATTED READY-TO-EAT BUTT Ib.. « A111 Shank Ib. ^Cl| HORMEL'S FANCY SLICED BACON Lb. 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