The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 26
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6->Atgona (to.) Upper DM MolnM Thursday, August 29. 1957 Portland Folks Celebrate 20th Anniversary Portland — About 50 relatives gathered at the Howard Sparks home Sunday to help them celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary. Those present included Mr and Mrs Donald Larsen, Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman and family of Titonka, Mr and Mrs M. Diamond and family, Ruth Sparks and Dean, Mr and Mrs Larry Grandgenett and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Goetz, Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz and Norma, Mrs Gertrude Swanson and children, Mr and Mrs Russell Swanson and son all of Wesley. A short program was held and Mr and Mrs Sparks were given many nice gifts. Mrs Donald Larsen baked and decorated the cake for the occasion. Dickie Samuelsen returned Sunday afternoon to Fort Dodge after spending two weeks at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the Kennedy and Tieman brothers home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Merlyn spent Sunday in Swea City at the Andrew Hansen home •where they celebrated three birthdays those of Mr Bartlett, Mary Ann Bartlett and Mrs Andrew Hansen. Marcella and family were also guests of the day. Mrs. Camilla Bisque of Iron River, Mich, and Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames were weekend guests at the C. L. Young home. Mr and Mrs Vernon Larsen and girls of Tempe, Ariz, called Saturday afternoon at the Howard Sparks home. A pot luck supper was held at the Martin Becker home, Algona, in honor of Mr and Mrs Tom Johns and children of Honones, Indiana, who are visiting relatives and friends here. Present were Harold Becker, Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and family, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg and family and Mr and Mrs Glen Hain of Algona. Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan of Algona, their son,. Verle and family, Denver, Colo, were Thursday guests at the Edmund Larsen home. The Quinten Bjustroms, Edmund Larsens, Howard Sarchets of Wall Lake, Arrie Dittmers and Mr and Mrs Euclain Meyer .enjoyed a weiner roast Friday night at the Dittmer home. Mrs Bill Barnes of Portland, Ore. and Mrs Edna Teeter and Barbara of Algona were Thursday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs John Carlsen and callers at the Victor Fitch, Dwight Ruse, Edward Harms and George Hix homes Thursday afternoon. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs Ray Fitch went to Ruthven Thursday where Mrs Fitch visited her daughter and husband Mr and Mrs Jesse Schmidt and another daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz. A friend is one who knows all about you; And likes you just the same. LOCALS Mr arid Mrs Hay Cook were visited Saturday and Sunday by Mr and Mrs George Carmody of Clinton. With the Cooks they spent Sunday at Clear Lake with the Floyd Pratts at their cottage. The visitors also spent some time at Whittemore with the parents, Mr and ,Mrs Tom Carmody and here with Mr and Mrs Richard Cook, brother-in-law and sister of Mr Carmody. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion are being visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs Knute Orton of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Dennis Orton are also here and will now make their home in Algona. Dennis is employed at the Algona Hotel. Mr and Mrs Orton Sr., the Rev. and Mrs Knute Orton, Mr and Mrs Dennis Orton and Webster Orton drove to Mason City to visit Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy, to whom a daughter, Diane Lynn, was recently born. Mrs Abernathy is the former Bulie Orton. Mr and Mrs Martin Becker had as guests Sunday Rev. and Mrs Thomas Johns of Madison, Ind., Mr and Mrs Thees Schnackenberg of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs George Becker, Mr and Mrs Frank Becker, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mr and Mrs Glen Hain, Delores Mawdsley and the respective families. Other guests of Mr and Mrs Becker for dinner Monday were Mr and Mrs Ray Becker and Mrs Henry Olthoff of Lakota. Mrs Minnie Matern who recently sold her suburban store on College and Hall streets to Mr and Mrs Jim Allen, is leaving Saturday to be with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs H. Matern at Stewartville, Minn. Later she will go to Minneapolis, Minn., to be with her daughter Arleen and shortly after Christmas she will go to Woodland, Calif, to spend the winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Frank Dinwiddie. She plans to make her home at Stewartville. Bartelt, Wayne Bartelt, and Arnold Schutter. Tifonka Flower Show Slated For Sept. 1 Titonka — The Titonka Federated Women's Club will hold its Summer Flower Show in the school hot lunch room Saturday Sept. 7, with entries being accepted from 8 to 10 a.m. Judging Will take place from 11 to 2:30. This part will not be open to the public but at 3 p.m. a program Will be held for the public with tea being served and a free will offering. The show will be closed from 5:30 to 7 and will reopen until 9 p.m. Miss Sleeker Honored A miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening, August 23 at the Good Hope Lutheran church parlors in honor of Beverly Stecker, who will become the bride of Maurice G. Anderson of Minneapolis, August 31. A program was presented after which the bride-to-be opened her gifts. Her grandmother Mrs John Sleper had the honor of pouring. Hostesses were: Mrs Jerry Boekelman, Verla Brandt, Mrs Ewald Bruns, Mrs Frank Fisher, Mrs Wm. Fritz, Mrs Recca Hipp, Mrs Alvin Honken, Mrs John Johnson, Mrs Oscar Norland, Mrs Ernest Peterson, Mrs Ted VanHove, Mrs John Welhousen, and Mrs Lorens Willemssen. Mrs Donald Ringsdorf of Des Moines is spending a two week vacation at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Rad- maker. Mr and Mrs Dick Mohler and daughters, Gay and Joy, of Dayton, Ohio, arrived at the home of Mrs Mohler's sister and family, the Burton Hansons. Rodney Hench, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hench was among ten applicants that passed his Junior Life Savings tests at the Wesley pool. Rev. and Mrs Ralph Cordes and family of Sioux Falls, S. D. returned Wednesday after spending a week's vacation visiting his mother, Mrs Recca Cordep, and other relatives and friends. Richard Hench arrived home Tuesday from Lake Okoboji, where he has been counselor at the Boy Scout camp. Rev. and Mrs Kenneth Cordes and daughter, Joy Ann, left for their home in Gardner, N. Y. after spending a two week vacation at the home of Mrs Recca Hipp and with the John Cordes family. Ida Sachau returned to her home in Kansas City, Mo., after a week's visit. A pink and blue shower was held in honor of Mrs Charles Beed at the home of Mrs Ethel Beed Friday evening. Verla Brandt and Doris Kuchenreuther were in charge of the entertainment. Hostesses were Mrs Wilbur Schram, Mrs Art Boyken, Mrs Dwight Garrett, Mrs Dpnald Trees and Mrs John Hamilton. August Wellner of Englewood, Calif., was a guest Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Krause and family. He also visited other friends in the vicinity. Mr and Mrs R. L. Krantz and Jane were among those from Titonka attending the wedding of Sharon Callies and James Engel Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Robert Lang at- tended the Gill family reunion held at the home of Mr and Mrs A. L, Gill of Marshalltown Sunday. Mr and Mrs Darrell Beavers are the parents of a baby daughter, Georgia Lynn, bom August 17 at the Forest City hospital. Mrs Wm. Peterson entertained her BOO club Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Amos Krominga and Mrs Holland Watson. Prizes were won by Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs Krominga. Mr and Mrs Loren Hans returned Monday evening from a 5-day vacation trip to Freemont, Nebr., where they visited Mrs Hans' brother and family. Mr and Mrs Earl Stott spent the weekend in Freeport, 111. get-ting acquainted with their new grandson, Mark Morris, son of Mr and Mrs Keith Stott. A farewell party was given in aonor of Mrs Henry D. Harms Saturday afternoon. Eighteen ladies presented her with a gift of noney. Hostesses were Mrs Patsy Raines, Mrs Dawney Harms and Ytrs Leola Krominga. George Graham who is a pa- ient at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, underwent major surgery there last week. Virginia Fritz and Sylvia Eden, daughters of Mr and Mrs Wm. Fritz and Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden, respectively, won the right o compete at the state fair with heir 4-H demonstration. Furnaces On As Wet, Cold Front Moves In Furnaces went back into use in this area Tuesday as cool weather moved in. Plenty of rain accompanied the lower readings, with a total of 1% inches measured at the airport during the past two days. The latest showers raised the total for the week to 1.60 inches. High temperature was an 85 reading Thursday. Date H L Aug. 21 ___________ 82 58 Aug. 22 ___________ 85 50 Aug. 23 ___________ 78 65 Aug. 24 ----- ..... -79 51, Aug. 25 ___________ 84 50 Aug. 26 ___________ 77 59 Fog accompanied the rainy weather during the 'week as moisture fell at times during four days. Alfred Wagner, Ex-Resident, Died Tuesday A former resident of Algona, Alfred Wagner, 53, died Tuesday afternoon following a stroke at Louisville, Ky. He had been in apparent good health prior to his death. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at Louisville. Mr Wagner was born at Whittemore and was employed at the former Kohlhaas garage in Algona before moving to Louisville many years ago. Survivors include his wife, the former Minerva Coleman, six sisters, including Mrs Joe Esser and Mrs Darwin Baker, Whittemore; three brothers, a daughter and grandson. County Loop Stars Down Champs, 18-11 The Kossuth county league All-Stars blasted Humboldt 18-11 in a loosely played baseball game Sunday afternoon. The winners got 18 hits and Humboldt, league champs, collected nine. Twenty All-Stars saw action. Hero for the victors was Estherville's Bill Bargman, who got a single, double, triple and home run. He hit four for five. Red Lane and Joe Kollasch both of Whittemore each got three hits. W-O-W! CONSUMER'S WILL SURE BE LOADED FOR LABOR DAY ! (NONE SOLD TO DEALERS) DEL MONTE PURE TOMATO Federation Fifteen members from Good Hope Lutheran Church Luther Leaguers and 5 from Immanuel Lutheran League left from Lakota Friday by chartered bus to Minneapolis where they attended the Lutheran World Federation Saturday and Sunday. 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