The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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4-Algono (to.) Upper DM Moitm Thursday, Nov. 1, 1957 Arndorfer-lllg Wedding Set For Tuesday, Nov. 26 St. Joe — Annnunrrmrnt ha«; brrn riKui! 1 of the appiom h;ne i m;>r!-.iico nf Phyllis Armiorfcr. ' dmi!;hti-r of Mi and Mr? Herbert Arndovfor of Corwith to Harold lile. ,'"n of Mi and Mr? Arthur Tlltr of St. Jnsc.-ph'p parish here. on Tuc?dny. Nov. 26 at the Rt. Uop.omct (.'ailmlic church. Mtss Arm'orfrr hii.* boon employed 'he- past three years at the Thonvison nistnbiiting Co., in Algona"and Mr IVp has bren S5=istina his father here with the farming. Thomas Joseph Kohlhaas. in-' fant son of Mr and Mrs Arthur j Kohlhaas. born on Oct. 22, was j baptized in St. Joseph's church! on Sunday morning by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mary Ann Locbach and Darrell. Baker. | Robert J. Hilbcrt. son of Mr I and Mrs John Hilbert and Ed-! ward P. Illg, son of Mr and Mrs I Arthur Illg both from here received their discharge from two years Navy service. Both were aVo.ird the aircraft carrier US? Bmnington. Both are graduates i'f St. .Joseph's high school. Ed- \vard in l!>o3 and Robert in the liajs of 1954. Robert, before re- turnme home, spent several days ••.vith his brother, Dennis, in the Manms stationed at San Diego, Calif. Dwaine Weydert, son of Mr and Mrs Anton Weydert. is home 0:1 a 15-day leave from the Navy, -uuioned at a jet base. Chase F;eld, Beeville. Tex. Dwaine, a 1956 graduate of St. Joseph's high school here has been in service since June. 1956. Mr and Mrs Jim Putstuck are parents of a daughter born Oct. 30 in St. Ann hospital in Algona. This makes 3 boys and 1 girl in the Putstuck family. Miss Phyllis Arndorfcr will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower in the St. Benedict school hall on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 1:30 p. m. Thomas Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs John P. Bormann. spent a two weeks furlough here with homo folks following basic train- infi at Camp Carson. Colo., and continuing his army training at Ja:rp ChafTeo. Ark. Thomas, a ::.'.••2 gr.iiiuuU' »f St. Joseph's high • >".•,'. ••'. hi-ie- was inducted into i-ivico on August 14, 1957. Ui'ti'bfr meeting of the ;i.\ :Jale Rustlers Unit II was :i. id <>n Saturday in St. Joseph's ,-chool hall. Two new members .vue initiated. Georgia Thul and Lucille O'Brien. Installation of ".c'.v officers took place: president, •\licr» Bormann, vice president, u;-in'jtle Kellner; secretary-treas- .irer. Patricia Wagner; reporter, Ah man: historian, Jo- \nn Erpelding; photographer, Joan Reding. Prizes were award- u to Carol Erpelding and Betty .Vairnr-r. Lunch was served by iuuy and Karen Zeimet, Nancy ,mU Lois Willfong, JoAnn Welter .aul their mothers. St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met Oct. 30 at the K. C. hall with Ronald and George Illg as hosts. lie new officers were installed as follows: president, John Wagner; vice president, Donald Hili eri: secretary-treasurer, Carol Ann Erpelding; reporter, Stanley Klein: and recreation chairman, Jerome Weydert. Plans were discussed for the Nov. 18 recognition night. Lunch was served by Mrs Art Illg after the meeting. the fashion look you want j today's Initiotft S»v«n At Whittemore CD. of A. Whittemore — Catholic Daugh* tc-rs of America of Whitteinofe held it5 regular initiation of new members 'iuesday evening ol la^' week, preceded by a 6:30 supper Loretta Fandel, local grana regent, acted as toastmaster, and called on the Court Chaplain, Raj*. William Veit of Algona, who with the Rev. Philip Dailey atlo Rev. Francis Conway gave in spiring talks. New members who joined the Court are as follows: Cantilla Degan, Cecelia Hansen, Gene- vicve Kollasch, Patricia Schuller, Agnes Waechter, Caroline Kcmna and Elaine Drown. A program followed the initiation. The lecturer, Marcella Fandel was in charge ot an inspiring program, the acting out of the "Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary. Mrs Frank (Rosalia) Bormann, district deputy of Bode, was also an honorary guest and gave an very interesting talk 2 Weeks In Hawaii Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer are enjoying a wonderful vacation of two weeks at the Hawaiian Island. Mr Bauer, International Harvester dealer, in Whittemore, has been awarded a luxurious all expenses paid trip to Los Angeles, Calif., -and Hawaii, for himself and Mrs Bauer, announced by the Harvester's district farm equipment sales office at Mason City. Mr Bauer won the free trip to Los Angeles, and a fiv.e day visit to the Islands for the Whittemore Implement Company's outstanding sales performance this year. In Los Angeles the Bauers were royally entertained at the famous Moulin Rouge Cafe, attendr* ed the National Farm Equipment association convention, enjoyed a South of the Border party for sales contest winners at the Biltmore Hotel, had lunch at Knotts Berry Farm and visited Disneyland. On their final night in Los Angeles, they were given a, festive Hawaiian evening with -a party at the new Cocoanut Grove at the Ambassador Hotel. The Bauers flew from Los Angeles to Honolulu, where they stayed at the Hawaiian Vilage Hotel, Waikiki Beach for a iWeek. ., ntt'3 t-oinfoii (lotnf in tofltiv oniV ^> '" try thehi «u. You'll lii» atunml thut St. Paul's Lutheran School which was closed last week due to the flu epidemic again opened Monday to give it a try. It was reported that only a few were absent Monday morning. Word was received here by Mrs Louis Braatz that her husband who is a patient at the University hospital in Iowa City, underwent surgery last week Wednesday bs hospitalized for two The new 500 Club met at the home of Mr and Mi's Milton Espe Sunday' night. The members include Mr and Mrs Milton Espe, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely, M* and Mrs Fred Ruhhke, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and Mr and Mrs Orville Lauck. Just as soon as a suitable name can be found by the members it will be easier to distinguish which 500 club entertained. Bert Seely won high, and Mrs Melvin Roeber high and travel, a lunch was served. Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs-Ross Vaux in West Bend. Mr Vaux just recently returned home from Iowa City, where he had a cataract removed from his eye, this is his second timo he had eye surgery, as last year he suffered with both of his eyes and had the first cataract removed the early part of this summer. He stated that his sight is almost normal now. Word was received by Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith from their granddaughter, Mr and Mrs Con Oppegard of Abilene. Texas ot the arrival of a son. He was named Douglas Scott. This makes Mr and Mrs Heidenwith great- grandparents. FALL Julius Rannxer of near Manning received a broken leg recently when he slipped and fell 16-f^et from a hayloft Gangstead of Bancroft Has Heart Attack Bancroft —» Melvon Gangstead suffered a heart attack at his home and is a patient of Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mi Gangstead will be a patient for several weeks. Resigns As Janitor Arthur Long resigned as janitor at the public school after nine years of service. Viggo Christenson took over the job Friday. Four November Weddings Four November weddings aft coming up. Banns were published Sunday for Roger Mathri arid Patricia Govern, daughter of Mrs John Goverh; Ronald Dooming Algona, and Patricia Vaske, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Vaske Allen J. Dudding, son of Mrs Ada Dudding and Phyllis Wirtjes, Lakota; Michael Leners, Emmetsburg and Theresa Heiar. daughter of Mr and Mrs Clem Heiar. All four weddings will take place here. Mr and Mrs Gerald White are parents of a daughter born Thursday at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Jess Marlow and Mike attended funeral services Monday afternoon for Gary Marlow, Lone Rock, victim of a cai accident Friday night. Laurence Kemna is a patient of.Holy Family Hospital, Estherville for medical treatment. R. J. Welp was taken to St Ann hospital, Algona, after the death of his wife and is re^eiv- ing medical treatment. Leona Baker and Hattie Schmidt, Algona, spent Friday with their sister, Mrs Nellie Lupin Mrs. Laurence Menke took St John's cheerleaders to a school at Storm Lake, Friday. Those going over were Betty Menke, Charlene~. Goche, Kay Menke Becky Becker, Gale Elsbecker and Joan Nurre. Mrs Marian Underkofler is the new chairman for mailing out the Xmas seals and also the Easter seals. She took the place of Mrs R. E. Weber who was chairman for 16 years. Mrs Rose Murphy returned Saturday after a month's vacation -with her sons at Winthrop, Waverly and Marion, Iowa where a family reunion was held. Mrs Eula Saunders left this week for an extended visit with Dr. and Mrs Leo Saunders and family in California and Mr and Mrs Stewart Thompson and fam- uf Tftcson, Ariz. ^ > . Mrs H.'K. Lampe, Mrs Lawrence Bergman and Mrs Ambrose Lensch made one hundred popcorn balls at {he Lensch home Wednesday evening to be sent to the hospital at Woodward, Iowa A bridal shower honoring Miss Patricia Vaske was held Sunday afternoon in St. John's Hall. Mis.s Vaske who will be married to Ronald Doerning, Algona, receiving many useful gifts. Cards were played. A bridal shower honoring Miss Theresa Heiar was held Mondav evening in St. John's Hall. 500 was played and Theresa received many lovely gifts. A pot luck dinner was held Tuesday evening at the C. D. A. meeting. A large crowd wai present. EGGS A truck occupied by Jack Christiansen and Mike ^IcCarvillt broke off one of the front wheels when it Nt a chuck hole, up setting the truck. The truck. loaded with eggs, was badly damaged. 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