The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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(la.) Upp«r &» Mohm Thurtdoy, Octebtr 3, Adult Classes, Twin Rivers, Begin Oct. 23 Adult Education Classes will be held at the Twin Rivers high school building in Bode beginning, Oct. 23, with registration at 7:30 p.m. Lilo Mettler, exchange student from Germany, will be guest speaker and his subject will be Adult Education & Education in Germany. The following is a tentative set up and anyone interested may contact the person whose name appears with the course: Golf — Mrs Kehneth Howard, Livermore; Tailoring—Mrs Hart* ley Macintosh, Livermore; Contract Bridge—Mrs Kenneth Howard, Livermore; Welding—Siipt. office at Bode; Square Dancing— Milfred Schultz, Ottosen. Cake Decorating—Mrs Archie Rolland, Bode; General Farming —David Engel, Bode; Crocheting and Knitting '±- Mrg Arnold Larson, Bode: Arts & Crafts — Supt. office at Bode. Any class of course may be offered but there must be a minimum number of ten persons per class. If anyone would desire a class not mentioned and can get 10 people to register contact the office at Bode 'and the course will be put on the schedule. .Officers of the advisory council are: president, Raymond Wehrspann of Ottosen, vice presi- dftnt, Ralph Jacobson of Ottosen, secretary, Mrs Hartley Macintosh of* Livermore, and treasurer, Alfred Schultz of Ottosen. • Other members of the advisory council included Mr arid Mrs Talmai Heggen, Mr and Mrs Keith Logue, John Hauck, Mrs Kenneth Howard, Mrs John Olson, Mrs Wayne Olson, Mrs Afcchie Rolland, Floyd Palmer, Mrs Martin Meyer, Mrs Earl Lting, Mrs Carroll Adams, Lester Smith, Mrs Keith Nasby and La- Vjern Page. Plan A Barbecue The Jolly Neighbor Club of Lqtts Creek met Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Edwin Luedtke home, Mrs Luedtke arid Mrs Mithodlst Bishop To Speak Hero Bishop F. Gerald Etuley Instruction in church finances will be given Methodist pastors and key laymen in 11 north central Iowa counties, Oct. 8, at the second annual Algona District Churchmanship Institute to be held in Algona's First Methodist Church. v. The,Algona institute is ohe of 14 to be held in the state, under the direction of Bishop F, Gerald Ensley of Des Moines, resident leader of the Methodist Church in Iowa. Featured speakers at the Algona institute include Bishop Ensley, the Rev. Dr. "F. O. Hunt, Philadelphia, the Rev. Dr. Fred Miller, Waterloo, the Rev. Dr. A. Merritt Dietterich, Des Moines, and the Rev. Harrison G. Dawes and the Rev. Floyd Hinshaw of Spencer. At least nine persons 'from each of 50 churches have been asked to attend the institute here. Edna Meyer as hostesses. Plans were made for a barbecue outing Oct. 3 at the Harold Walters home. Entertainment was given by Mrs Gladys Kading, Mrs Veronica Gardner. . Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger and daughters were recent Sunday evening visitors at the Bernard Miller home, Lone Rock. Wesley Girl Back From A Trip To Africa Wesley — Mrs Clara Erdman received a phone call from her son-in-law, Hubert Bowman last week, from Dayton, Ohift where he was attending an air force meeting. He and his wife, nee Mary Lee Erdman who live In Weisbaden, Germany recently returned from a visit with air force friends in Casablanca, North Africa, and had also visited in Switzerland, Paris and Belguim on weekend passes. Mrs firdman's other daughter Patty, Mrs Gene Wolfe and family have purchased a new home in Anaheim, Calif. Methodist Schedule" Beginning Sunday, Oct. 8 the Methodist Sunday School will begin at 10 o'clock and worship seryice at 11 o'clock. Sunday will be communion day with the Rev. Mr Pruel of Algona assisting the. local pastor, Rev. Robert Jones. Sunday, September 29, was Rally and Promotion Day and 12 Sunday School pupils -were prompted to new classes. The primary department was reorganized and will meet in the east room, Intermediates in the basement and adult department in the auditorium. The Sunday School teachers are Marilyn Harr, Gladys Detmering, Jeanne Kraus, Opal Nygaard, Corinne G a b r i elson, Veva Lease and Herman Wise. Merle Giddings is the superintendent. " llth Anniversary Mr and Mrs Mike Wagner celebrated their llth wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 29. Relatives who attended the family dinner party included Mr and Mrs Nick Wagner, John, Nick, Bill and Joe, Mrs Lawrence Elbert; Mr and Mrs Tony Elbert, Henry Elbert, Mr and Mrs Cecil Rezebec and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Klein, Mr and Mrs Jerry Davis, all of Algona, Mr and Mrs Rudy Elbert of Eagle Grove; Mr and Mrs Bob Elbert of Clar^ ion; Mr and Mrs Bernard Zellar of Bode; Rosella Elbert and Arnold Schulfz ot .Aldcn. Mr and Mrs Wagner were pre- Welcome To The Band Festival OcliWPSth! by the makers of Prown tto-tac-tapere Look where all the fashion is! Glemour Debs has it m a little heel and / 7 ftpiraj j«st so nt the to»! Ju suede or calf , Come in seventeen t Att WIDTHS f AU< AT THE sented a gift of money. Tht couple wer« married at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Al« gona 11 years ago. She operate* a cafe here. * Mrs Albert Lickteig was brought home Monday from St., Ann hospital, where she had been a surgical patient. Mrs Iteorge Smith of Moline, Illinois; Well Smith of Peorla, 111. and Mr and Mrs Ren Smith of Britt were September 2? visitors in the Orville Smith home. They were enroute from a visit at Albuquerque, New Mexico.« ' Mr and Mrs Prank Johnson spent Thursday with the Kenneth and Wallace Donovans at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Marlene joined Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode and family of Al* gona and her mother, Mrs Ed Cruikshank of Algona and Mrs Herman Bode's nephews, Paul and Bob Eisele of Whittemore for a picnic at Sibley park, Mankato, Minn. Mr and Mrs Sam Alne who are spending a month here at the home of their daughter and family the Maurice DeBoers visited her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Silas Espe at Story City Sunday afternoon. Mrs Irene Studer moved from her home to an apartment in A1-; gona over the weekend. She has been employed in the Osteopathic Clinic there several years. Marie Ostercamp who teaches in the grades iti A public school at Fort Dodge and Margaret Flom, a commercial teacher in Fort Dodge spent the 'weekend here at their parental Herman Ostercamp and Halvor Flom Sr. homes. The Catholic Missionary Society will meet. Wednesday, Oct. 9th. Mrs George <Weig and Mrs Herman Heinen will be hostesses. Mrs Herman Bode, chairman of the Hancock T, B. and Health Association accompanied by the Vice chairman and secretary wffl appear in a program over the &.G.L.O. *TV station in Mason City Friday, Oct. 11 at 8:3d p,fn. Thf program is to promote the Sale of Christmas seals. Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained at a 9 o'clock breakfast Sunday morning. Guests were Mr and Mrs Louis Gink*and three daughters, Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and two daughters, Mrs Tom Forburger, Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig and family and Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps and family. A Boy Scout pack meeting was held Monday night in the Studer hall. Three birthdays were.,celebrated Sunday in the Will Hrubes home with a family dinner party, hdnoring Mr Hrubes and his two daughters, Joan who Was 3 years old and Wanda who was one year Old. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes and Mr and Mrs George Wellik and 'family of Bnttj Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Mr and Mrs Walter* Pfeffer and two sons. Mr and Mrs John Bauer were Mason City .business callers in Mason City Friday, Sept. 27. Wesleyans who attended the .golden jubilee of Sister Florentine and Sister Anastasia at £lyde, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 29 •Were Mr and Mrs John Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Louis Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Robert Lickteig, 'Helen, Ruth, Kathy and Michael Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Jack Lick- ,teig and three daughters, Mr and Mrs Dennis Lickteig and family and Mr and Mrs Urban Lickteig and family. Former Wesley relatives who attended were Mr and Mrs George Lickteig of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Ed Kenyon and two children of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Paul Berger and three children of Corwith and Mr and Mrs Elliot Waldschmidt and family of Whittemore. John attd Lou Licktitg are brothers of tne Jubilarian*. All 10 brothers and sistef attended the Jubilee. The Rev, and Mrs Robert Jdnit and Mrs Geoffe Detrftfiring attended a mission school !n the Humboldt Methodist church Friday, Sept. 27. Mr and Mrs Jim Kackett- reuther and family of Marshalltown spent the September 22 weekend With her parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Smith. Carrell Erdman. daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Erdroan, employed by the Bell Telephone Co., is conducting a course of instructions for new employers at Estherville beginning September 30th. Methodist women met at the church Wednesday, Oct. 2nd with the Mesdames Lawrence Baylor, Herman Wise and Glen Smith as hostesses. Florence Hansen had the missionary lesson and Cora Smith led the devotions. The Neighborhood Club met Monday, September 30, in /he Frank Richter home to honor the birthdays of Mrs John Richter and Mrs Fred Rasmussen. Norine Welp and Melvin Merfeld of East Dubuque visited Joan Ricke at the parental, George Ricke home several days last week. Tommy Root, student at Creighton, Omaha spent the weekend at his parental, Lael Root home. The C.D.A.'s will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. 9. Servers are to be Mary Bode, Bernadine Hamilton, Mary Rockwood, Elizabeth Hildman, Matilda Matz and Ann Hirner. Entertainers will be Minnie Bleich, Phyllis Walker, Agnes Lickteig, Mary Weber and Cecelia Nelson. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meinecke of Jefferson came Sunday to get their two years old son Steven who had spent the week with his grandparents, and Mark, 3 months old, who had been cared for at the George Roeder hom« near St. Benedict, the Mei* neckes moved into a dinirent house on their farm near Jefferson. Mrs Afvin Ltfioft, and infant daughter were brought home Thursday Sept. 2€ from the Britt hospital where the baby was barn Sunday, Sept. 22. Mr and Mrs John Hauptean, Mr and Mrs L. W. Haujptihatf Mrs Jim Haverly and Karen ana Mrs Sophia Fritsch attended funeral services in Gamer Saturday aft@rftoonV Sept. 28 fot John Carolers, 80. Mr Carother is survived by his wife, the former Bertha Schleusner. 3 daughters, two sons and five sisters. Mrs L. W. Hauptman is one ctf the sisters. Mr and Mrs IrvSn Pannkuk and family visited Sunday with Alice and Minnie Pannkuk. 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