The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 3
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From left to right they are. Mrs Collier, chapter adviser' Midge Williams, district vice president: Sandra Strahorn, re- porter: Judy Lowrnan, song' leader; Zulabel Ankenbauer, vice president; Linda Smith, presi* dent; Pat Gilbert, secretary; Marcia Anderson, treasurer; Pat Thompson, parliamentarian;- Carol Shore, historian: and Mitni Wright, who conducted the in stallation. Ujp'p E R 1 P.E S j?V^Q_ LiSl J5L ~*~~~ « ; V, * • . -V Joan Siebriiz Weds St. Cecelia's church was the scene of a wedding Saturday morning in which Joan Elizabeth Stebritz, became the bride 01 Jerome G. Klepper of Emmetsburg. The bride is a daughtei of Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz. The bridegroom is a son of Mi and Mrs Emil Klepper. Msgr P. P. Gearen officiated. Music was provided toy Josic- McEvoy at the organ. Robert A Stebritz, Ft. Worth, Texas, brother of the bride sang and acolytes- were Lloyd Schilmoeller am: Ronnie Gilman of Emmetsburg. Mrs Don Krause served he; sister as matron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Mary and Diane Ste- britz and Debra Krause was the flower girl. Gary Klepper, Emmetsburg, served his brother as best man and groomsmen were Ed Bisenius and Nicky Murphy of Emmetsburg. The bridal gown was of white chantilly lace and tulle over satin. The lace torso-line bodice was designed with a Sabrina neckline outlined in appliqued lace roses. The sleeves were long and tapered and the very bouffant skirt of tulle was accented by» double lace flounces Scalloped at the hemline arid, falling into a back sweep. The Veil of French illusion, fell from a queen's crown of seed-pearls. A dinner was held at noon a the Plantation Ballroom for 120 guests. A reception followed foi 250 guests. Dorothy Woodcock Mrs Don Steinman, Lu Bisenius Jo Marie Jones and Mrs Bob Kain were hostesses. The new Mrs Klepper is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy She was formerly employed in the office at St. Ann hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of Emmetsburg Catholic High and attended St. John's College at Collegeville, Minn. He was recently discharged from the Navy after serving two years. After a wedding trip to Minnesota and Wisconsin, Mr and Mrs Klepper will be at home on a farm near Emmetsburg. Cylinder Shower Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg attended a miscellaneous shower given Saturday evening at Cylinder for their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Tolsdorf. Hosts were Messrs, and Mesdames Kenneth Hagen, Robald Madsen, William Hansen, Jerry Norland. Kenneth Cody, Otto Schmeling. Robert Weisbrod, Phillip Solberg, Bernard Solberg, Leo Kane, Herman Norland, and Mrs Irma Lav- son . Attend Convention A convention of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will be held Oct. 22 at Carroll, and local Catholic women's groups will have a delegation in attendation. Delegates from Algona will include Mrs Lawrence Gisch, Mrs Win. Barry Sr., Mrs Lawrenct Winkel, Mrs Perry Byam, Mrs Francis Holtzbauer. Mrs Henry Holland, Mrs Mel Griffin, Mrs Leo Thilges and Miss Josie McEvoy. Mrs Kennedy, mother of the Senator from Massachusetts, will speak, and His Excellency, the Most Reverend Bishop Muellej will preside at a Pontifical High Mass in the evening. C. D. of A. Met St. Cecelia Catholic Daughters of America met Thursday evening, Oct. 1. Grand Regent, Mrs Wm. Barry Sr, presided. Mrs Mel Griffin and Miss Dorothy Woodcock gave reports, and Lecturer Phyllis Elbert gave a talk on the History of the Ros- sary. Social hour followed the meeting. Mrs Earl Kinsey's name was drawn fpr the door prize. Mrs Ferman Heinen won high for five hundred and Mrs Leo Thilges low. Committee in charge were Mrs Gerald Haas, Miss Joan Lickteig Miss Phyllis Elbert, Mrs Robert Kain, Mrs Milo Kollasch and Miss Joan Stebritz. Plum Creek Homemakers The Plum Creek Homemakers Organization Tea was held Sept. 25 at the Community Room. Hostesses were Mrs George Kain, Mrs Claude Seely, Mrs Robert Harrison, Abbie and Mabel Tjaden. Mrs Randall Clark spoke on the State Wide Goals for 1958. New officers for 1958 are: Chairman Mrs Walter Campney; vice chairman Mrs Kyle Keith; secretary, Mrs Gordon Sigsbee; treasurer, Mrs Wm. Paetz. The program on "Outdoor Cooking" was given by Mrs August Single and Mrs John Scuff ham. Mrs Wm. Paetz won the traveling basket. Membership Drive Algona's American Legion Auxiliary is now conducting its annual membership drive, with lopes to meet the quota by Oct. 20. The membership committee chairman is Mrs Bill Specht, and Mrs Les Kenyon, unit president, asks that anyone eligible and in- erested contact either of them or any unit officer or member. Its q/ways f/ie right time TO START A CHECKING ACCOUNT Business-minded people enjoy the convenience of pay. ing bills by check*. What better way It there to keep track of expenditures and your income? Cancelled checks are legal proof of bill* paidl Open yoyr account with u* today. Safe Confidential Accommodating Algona IOWA t* TAT 13 T&ank, Member F0IC Delphian Gti*st The annual Delphian Society Riifft night, featuring guest speaker Earl Hall, editor of the Masi.n City Globe-Gazette, was "fid at the Algona Hotel Tues- O;A night, beginning at 6:30. Fol- ifwini? dinner, Mr Hall offered to if-i'i .croup singing, then captivat- ( ''i h:s audience with a summary °l his most recent trip around thn world, a trek which began with a visit to the Olympics in Australia and included stops in 2ft other countries. Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley served a c mistress of ceremonies and introduced Mr Hall. Congregational Circle* Circles of the Congregational women's Fellowship will meet Thursday, Oct. 19, with the following hostesses: « Mary Circle at 8 p.m. with Mr? L.oyd Bohannon, Martha Circle 8 u n p ' m - with Mrs Ted Chris- chilles, Ruth Circle at 1:15 with Mrs Rhoda Bonar, Naomi Circle 81 • 1:1 _5 with Miss Ella Thompson ' and Rebecca Circle at 1:15 with ' Mrs L. C. Hansen. | « Birthday Club Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley entertained her birthday club members a week ago Saturday in honor of the anniversary of Mr* Matthew Streit. Mrs Don Hutchison was a guest. Other members are Helen Dingley. Mrs Rhoda Bonar, Mrs Howard Beardsley, Mrs L. E. Linnan, Mrs S* M K n nZ J ***? a M " Smith and Mrs Cydney Laird. Police Auxiliary Ass'n Iowa State Policemen's Ass'n Auxilary met at the home of Mr.s Peter Jorgehson Thursday eve"'"«• ° C V° with six members present. Each member brought a guest for the Hallowe'en costume party. Games were plav- ed and prizes were won by Mr« Peter Jorgenson, Mrs Joe Me- Bride and Mrs Bob Laing. Mrs Parrott Hostess Mrs Dean Parrott was hostess to her sewing club member* Tuesday afternoon. memDC « Clnb* The "Couples Club" of the First Lutheran church are holding a rummage and bake sale Oct. 16 from 8 till 4 o'clock in the Soren son grocery store. Hostess to Sewing Club Mrs C. E. Dearchs entertained the members of her sewing club Monday afternoon. Thursday, 6e». U, sf.lbl Mr and Mrs Alfred Bnrmann and family from Rnncroft \vrTr Sunday visitors in the Prior Bormann home hero. Alfred i.- a nephew of Mr and Mrs Rnr mann. Algeno (la.) Upper HOSPttAUZED Neal Gorham, farm youngs^et of near Soldier, was knocked down and kicked into unconsciousness last week by a milk cow. An older brother came to the boy's rescue. THE RIGHT CRIB FOR CORN STORAGE? THIS WONT DO FOR THAT BUT KELLEY LUMBERHASTHE MATERIALS To Help You With Your Crop Storage, Either Temporary or Permanent. Complete Stocks of all Building Materials. We will be glad to help you with plans and drawings. See Your Nearest Kelley Yard For "Dependable Building Materials" KELLEY LUMBER COMPANY i SEXTON "THREE YARDS TO SERVE YOU' OTTOSEN ALGONA WARDROBES to "suit" your taste Come in and see the latest in fall fasMons at lender's featuring the finest in domestic and imported fabrics - tweeds, twists, flannels, or worsteds - tailored by Kuppenheimer, Griffon, and Clothcraft. As a complement to your wardrobe let us help you select the right hat and topcoat to go with your suit. HATS SUITS TOPCOATS SPORT COATS SEE THEM NOW! ; f WHERE QUALITY IS INEXPENSIVE ^^^^^^^^p» ^^^M^^^V ^^P ^^^& ^^^^^^^^ m^mRpHP mni WB ^l(BMB|r^' ClOTHINO FOI MfN AMO SOYS

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