The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 5
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TitonkaGirl Honor Guest Shower, Aug. 2? Titonka — A showr-r was held for Cnrol Callies, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl F. Callies, Tuesday evening. Aug. 27, at the Methodist Church in Titonka. After the program the bride-to-be opened her gifts assisted by her sisters Shirley Amcsbury 'and Darlene Callies. Valerie Miller and Jerry Ann Bess carried the gifts to and from tho table. Mrs Betty Krantz poured. Hostesses were Mrs Hilda Bess. Mrs Jean Calhoun, Mrs Joan Hoover, Mrs Clara Huber, Mrs Betty Krantz, Mrs Dorothy Meh- lan, Mrs Cleo Nelson, Mrs Harriet RingKdorf, and Mrs Doris Sathoff. Lutheran Aid Met The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the church parlors, Wednesday evening, September 4, with Mrs Clarence Brandt, Mrs George A Ike, Mrs Kenneth Beal and Mrs Recca Hipp as Hostesses. The guest speaker was Sylvester Van Hove whose topic was "A Christian Funeral." Teachers Reception A teachers reception was held at the Good Hope Lutheran church Thursday evening with about 150 in attendance. After tho evening meal a program was given with Mrs I. Wortman of Lakota as the guest speaker. She presented slides of her trip behind the Iron Curtain last year. Mr and Mrs Don Budlong left for a vacation to Ohio where they will visit Mrs Budlong's sisier. They left Wednesday. Wednesday evening, August 23, was the last evening for the summer that the stores in Titonka were open for business. Mr and Mrs Louis Boomgarden and son Duane of German Valley, 111. left Monday after spending a few days at the home of Mrs Boomgardon's parents Mr and Mrs John Sleper, and also attended the wedding of Beverly Sleeker and Maurice Andersen, Saturday evening. Mrs Roy Budlong spent a few days last week at Spirit Lake at the home of Rev. and Mrs L. G. Gartner at the Methodist camp. She also visited at the home of her sister and family the H. V. Jones of Swea Cily and on Sunday she and Mrs Jones attended the open house of G. J. F. Voegel anniversary at Burt. Mr and Mrs Charles K. Parker of Pittsfield, Mass., arrived Friday for a weeks vacation at the home of their daughter and family, the Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman. Mr and Mrs Vernon Larson and 'family, of Tempe, Arizona, arrived last week visiting his mother Mrs Martin Larson and other relatives and friends. Sunday a reunion was held in their honor at the Call State Park in Algona with 58 present. Those attending from Titonka were Mrs Martin Larson and Vehna, Mrs Mamie Speicher, and the families of Fred Jennings, Levant Moores, Louis Larson, Harvey Graham. Donald Grahams and Joe Boekelman, Mrs Mary Baker of Long Beach, Calif., was a Friday,morning caller at the home of Mrs Anna Swyter, Mrs Baker was one of Mrs Swyter's first teachers. Mr and Mrs Robert Spear and Richard and Mr ;md Mrs Thomas Asche returned from a weeks vacation visiting at the Herman Spear home in Flint, Michigan. Mrs Mary Budlong visited Monday at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Buffinglon of Forest City. Mr and Mrs Junior Thacker and sons arrived Saturday for a weekend visit at the home of Mrs Thacker's mother, Mrs Anna Alke. Sunday was a get-together of the Alke children. Mr and Mrs Richard Ilavlik and sons Keith and Mark were weekend guests at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Sylvan Take a Load Off Your Mind! AHN1L J. RIGKLEF8 Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sts. Accident or illness can stop your income, but daily living expenses will go on. Let me show you plans that provide regular income when you can't work because of disability. Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY Hanna. Sunday Mr and Mrs Havlik and family along with Mr and Mrs Milford *Hanna and Hansine Harma of Thompson, Mr and Mrs Roger Hanna of Albert Lea, M> and Mrs Vernon Hanna and family of Britt. and Betty and Guy Carlson of Burt were dinner guests. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Melvin Hanna of Forest City. Mr and Mrs Merlin Isebrand and sons, of Chicago spent tho weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand and also attended the Bacon reunion held at Call State Park at Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs Mary Budlong entertained Edith and Hazel Budldftg and Mrs Mary Baker of Long Beach, Calif. at dinner Thursday. Mrs Grace French of Phoenix. Arizona, was an afternoon caller, white her husband Howard also dropped in. The Methodist Ladies Aid will meet Wed., Sept. 11 at the Fellowship hall with Mlfe Harty Beed, Mrs Daryl Bess, Mrs Harold Burgess and Mrs Arend Nee- landf as hostesses. Devotions will be in charge of Camilla Cooper with the lesson by Maty Budlong. Mr and Mrs Wm, Hagen and Mr and Mrs Frank Fisher drove to Arroka, Minn., to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten and family there Sttfiday. Mr and Mrs Albert Youftg find Keith Young of El Montfe, Cali- forn'a, camt this past week called here by the illness of Mr Young's mother Mrs Olivet Young of Wesley. They halre been visiting the Earl Ycnlftg family and another daughter Kathleen Young in Algona. Dr. Ouido Sartot was a Thursday caller at the home of his parents Dr. and Mrs Pierre 8|r tor and also at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill. Mrs Ray Mitchell and sons of Chicago were Monday and Tuesday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank D. Fisher. Harvey Isebrafid, son of Mr and Mrs John B. Isebrand. was «-fcrntly discharged from the nrrny at Camp Polk, Louisiana. Mr and Mrs Alvin Hopkes are the parents of a baby daughter, Linda Joyce, born Tuesday morning. She weighed 6 Ibs., 11 fz. at birth. The Isebrand family enjoyed a family reunion at Sufton Patk at Austin, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Leo Richter and Bi verly and Mrs Edna Richter fi'nve to Estherville Sunday to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore. Olsen Family Reunion, Fenton Thursday, Sept. S, 19S7 Algeno (la.) Upptr tot At a family gathering at the Curtis Olsen home Friday evening, August 23, were Mr and Mrs Clay Boyd and family, Moscow, Idaho. Mr and Mrs Gerald Olsen and family, Omaha, Neb , Mr and Mrs Everett Zitt- erich and family, Terril, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Bob Jacobson and family. Mallard. Iowa, Howard Preston and family, Swea City, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family, Mr and Mrs Gerald Beaver and Mrs Cleo Classon of Ringsted. The Boyd family left for home Tuesday morning, Aug. 2? after spending the past two week's visiting relatives and friends. The Gerald Olson's are moving to San Bernardino, Calif., Monday morning. Aug. 26. where he will teach vocal music and social living. They spent, the past 10 clays visiting relatives and friends here at. Estherville. Get* Master's Degree Mrs Georga Anne Voigt of Fenton received a master of science degree in vocational Education Friday, Aug. 30, at Iowa State College. She is on the Algona school faculty this fall. BIRDIE Gnlfer Dick Manor of P.nynrrl recently got a "birdie" while golfing on the L'non Rapids course. He Whacked at the ball with n 1 iron, it went a liltle high and hit a swallow smack in tho head and the bird dropped to the ground. The bird appeared to be dead but revived shortly and flew away. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT SWANSDOWN CAKE MIX Devils Food Reg. & White Pkg. 25C HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP 2 16 oz. Cans 35* HUNT'S PRUNE PLUMS i No. 21/2 Cans CAMPBELL'S SOUP VEGETABLE BEEF 2 Reg. Cans SALAD OIL WESSON OIL Quart 69C MA BROWN SWEET PICKLES 22 oz. Jar Fresh Ground From Juicy r Tender Beef (GROUND BEEF) Lb. 3 Pounds $1.15 HORMEL HAMS SMALL AVERAGES 12 to 14 Lbs. FREE SAMPLES - BIG EYE Swiss Cheese Ib We Ho^eci Complete line Sf U. S. DEPT. of AGIC. 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