The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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Thursday, Q#. 24, I9S7 Kay Emery Of Swea To Wed Lone Rock Man Lone Rock — Miss Kny Emory was honored at a 'misoHlnnenu.* shower hist Wednesday cvrnitic at thr Fr;ink Flnig bo-no with Plvmt 27 present. ' Mr? Kenneth Emery and daughter Diane wore among the gursts from Swea City. Diane assisted Miss Emery with her gifts. Hostesses were Mrs Ancus Cotton, Mrs Frank Fhiie. Mrs Leo Ramus. Mrs Edward Ohm. Mrs Clarence Kraft and Mrs Erich Scegebarth. Miss Emery will be mnrried Friday. Oct. 25, in Nashua at the Little Brown Church to Elmer Peterson. son of Mr and Mr? Carl Petersen of Lone Rock. Birthday Honors Mrs Mary Flaig entertained the following ladies Monday afternoon in honor .of the birthday of Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Fred Genrich. Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mrs James Long, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Entertainment was five hundred with prizes going to Mrs Frank Flaig high, Mrs Fred Genrich low, Mrs Frank Flaig door prize and Mrs Rose Kraft, travel. 'Your Name Now at WILTGEN'S $100 - PRIZES! First — $50 In Trade Second — $25 In Trade Third -*• $15 In Trade Fourth — $10 In Trade HURRY! - JUST REGISTER NO PURCHASE NECESSARY FREE DIAMOND INSPECTION Lei Us Check and Clean Your Diamond — FREE! Liberal Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Watch — NOW Wiltgen Jewelers 13th ANNIVERSARY Dennis Flnig, son of Mrs Mary Flaig. returned home Tuesday after serving the past three year's in the Marines. Mr and Mrs A. D. Nrwbrough left Tuesday to visit the John Ncwbrtvugh family at Phoenix. Aiizona, foi several weeks. The Colleen circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Raymond Bierle with Mr? Joe Cuibeitson assisting. Nine member? WITC present and Mrs Bernard Miller, Mis Hoy Bierle and daughter. Mrs Cram and son. Mi.«s Florence Yager and Mrs Lawrence Pingel as guests. Mrs E. M. Jensen gave the lesson. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and Kach- ael. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan. Mrs Menvin Hurlburt. Mrs Dennis Zumach attended an accordinn concert in Cylinder on Monday of last week which Mary Hurlburt took part in. Mrs Henry Schroeder left Monday morning of this week with Mr and Mrs Gerald Wiener of Burt for Springfield, 111. to attend the funeral of Joe Jerace. He is a brother-in-law of Mrs Schroeder. Mrs Donald Radig and Marlys were in Burt. Sunday afternoon, at the shower honoring Mrs Marvin Hentges. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and ] family, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family called Sunday night in Algona at the Harvey Rath home in honor of Mrs Rath's birthday. Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson is a patient in the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville following major surgery Friday of last week. Mr and Mrs A. J. Elsbecker, Mr and Mrs Charles Kuchynka of Algona were guests Sunday evening at the Dennis Elsbecker home in honor of their son Michael's first birthday. Mrs Anna Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Presthus, Bancroft were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Lyle Marlow residence. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family were in Algona for dinner Sunday at the Maude Bilsborough home. . ' t Mrs Harvey Rath of Algona, Mrs Dale Wegener and family visited Friday afternoon in Blue Earth at the Robert Eichenberger home and Frieda returned home with them for a visit at the Harvey Rath home. Mr and Mrs Edwin, Wichtendahl and family spent Sunday" evening at the Edwin Luedtke home. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family called on the Emma Hurl-1 burt family Tuesday evening. Friday ni^ht Mrs Hurlburt and girls visited the Albert Shasers. Mar* Huylbart .spent Sunday afterafi)onXw31h Dawn Schultz. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and girls, Mrs Rose Kraft visited the Otto Laabs in Fairmont Sunday afternoon. Mrs Ethel McChesney and Mrs Robert Hanna attended the chicken supper at Burt Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Ivan Schneider of West Bend were callers Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovcy and John were Sunday dinner guest of Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovcy and family of Armstrong. At Hobby Show Maud* Blanchard accompanied Mr and Mrs Don Blanehard and family to Mason City Saturday where they visited at the Gordon Blanchard home. Standay they were dinner guests spent the day in Swea City the Elmer Frank residence. Blakjer Church Women's Group Holds Election . Seneca — The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation held its -tegular meeting and election of new officers at, their meetttig at the (tita-ch parlors Thursday 1 afternoon with Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mrs Kenneth Halverson as hostesses. The program opened with hymn singing and devotions led by the Rev. Harlan Blockhus. Estherville Circuit Convention reports were given by Mrs Odey Cherland and Mrs Amey Cherland. Mrs John Johannesen, assisted by Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Amey Cherland and Mrs Ted Jensen gave a skit on Evangelism. New secretaries elected included Missions, Mrs Otto R. Jensen; Charities, Mrs J. H. Jensen: Life Membership & In Memof- iam, Mrs Lawrence Johlmhesen, and Higher Education, Mrs Harlan Blockhus, Mrs Henry Jensen was named on the Ways and Means Committee. All other officers had another year in completion of their term of office. Mr and Mrs Elmer Letcher and daughter, Shirley, also Mr and Mrs Sherman Letcher of Alexandria, South Dakota, and a niece visited Saturday and Sunday at the Lester Osborn home. The Letchers are Mrs Osborn's parents. Mr and Mrs Merle Lockwood and little son Mike visited at thif home of little Mike's great grandparents, the 0 1 e Petersens, Thursday afternoon. Merle, who is on army leave, will leave Saturday for overseas duty. His wife, Norms lean and son, will stay with her parents, the Until Bleckwenns during her husband's absence. Mrs Dave Lynch and Mrs Everett Witham took Mrs Hannah Lynch to Marshalltown last Monday where the latter had a check up on her eyes. Mrs Lynch had recently undergone an operation for the removal of a cataract on an eye. LETTER TRAYS at Upper Moines. Mrs John N. Ludwig of Corwilh. shown al Ihe left, enjoys mak> ing candles in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes. She had a dis* play at the hobby show which drew wide acclaim. In the photo above, Mrs Ludwig is explaining some of the intricacies of candle manufacturing to a couple of guests. Others who had displays at the show were Mrs Leonard Arndorfer, Mrs Edward Priebe, Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mrs O. D. Simmons Mrs Nick Fisch, Mrs H. S. Montgomery, Merle Wellendorf and Mrs Joe Bradley. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving) Mr and Mrs Victor Applegate of Ames visited last week at the Dave Weber home. Jim Magen- oigal from Grant spent Sunday evening with the Webers. Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill, Algona, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus, Burt, were guests for dinner Sunday at the Gerald Angus home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan visited in Fsnton Sunday night with Mrs Kate Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Ed Junkermeier and daughters, Naomie and Alma of Burt, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy were Sunday afternoon callers at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell and their granddaughter Sharqn were dinner guests Sunday in Burt at the Duane Habeger home. Mr and Mrs.LeRoy Klepper attended the wedding of Barbara Klepper and Edward Grimm Saturday at West Bend. She is a niece of Mrs Klepper. Mrs and Mrs W. J. Cotton/accompanied Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt t>f FS&iton -to Atties' Saturday where they attended the parents day at Iowa '.State College and the football game between Iowa'State and Missouri. Mrs Milfred Mitchell and Mrs W, J. Cotton entertained the Fenton Township Homemakers Club Friday afternoon at the Cotton home. Nineteen guests were present. Rev.g and .Mrs C. E. Nordine and 'family attended the funeral of his mother, Mrs Matilda Nordine at Albert City on Tuesday of last week. She passed away on Saturday evening. Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Roy Jensen and A. A. Krueger also attended the funeral. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard and famHy spent the weekend at Belgrade, Minn, with the Ronald Christenson family. Mrs Ruth Krueger visited in Garner Sunday with the Jim B-8 HEAVY HOODED PARKA Rough — Tuff — Good-Look i»g — Warm ^^^^ '^^HF ^^ 4r ^ff^ Lined nood is split type, water r»MlLeja. X-tra heavy duty full «ipper and button front. 2 colors b chop«« from. Sues M'M. Compare III Then you'll really JAC- and tt*jsce«. Warm wben colder. DIAMOND JACKET HEADQUARTERS REVERSIBLES For Men — Boys — Girls 2 00 41 •99 and V. 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