The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 5
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AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SfflERK ALAN KRAMER, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer, Algona, received his first communion Sunday, in honor of the occasion, dinner and supper guests were Mr. andMrs. Andrew Kramer and Ann, Merlin Eischeld, and Mrs. Suzle Kramer, Bode* MR, AND MRS. Paul James were visited Friday and Saturday by their daughter Beverly and her husband Alexander Saroka of St. Paul, Minn, They were Just returning from an extensive European trip which Included Hungary, -Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece. . MR, ANDMRS.DuaneSheppard Entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Donna who made her first communion. Guests were - Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cink and family, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cink, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferstl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher and family and Mrs. Eugene Cink MR. AND MRS. Oswald Thilges gave a dinner Sunday for their son Brian who made his first communion at St. Cecelia's church. Guests were Mrs. Mary Dole, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Immerfall and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon and family, Algona, Mrs. Elmer Dole, Mrs. John Dole and sons, Irvlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher and family, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and Bob, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs, Dennis Miller and sons, West Bend, Judy Mescher, Fort Dodge, David Green, Sioux City, and Linda Green, Blue Earth. MR. AND MRS. Oswald Thilges, Connie and Brian, accompanied by Clarence Green and Linda went to Iowa City Sunday to see Mrs. Mary Dole, who has been a patient at the University hospital the last three weeks. Mrs, Green returned home while COUPON DAYS SPECIALI ALL - PURPOSE COOKIE SHEET ONLY 33 Mrs. f bilges remained with her mother until Thursday, when llts. Ed Immerfall arrived to stay with their mother. Mrs. Dole returned home Friday with Mrs. Immerfall. MR, AMD MRS. E. L. Garbett spent Mother's Day at Emmetsburg, as guests of their daughter and son-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs, John Stegman. MRS. OTTO Schmidt is a pat- lent at Park hospital, Mason City. She fell leaving church Sunday, fracturing a leg. A MORNING meeting of the League of Women Voters was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. An even- Ing meeting took place on the same date at Mrs. James Andersen's. A board meeting will be held June 1 at the home of Mrs. Claude Slagle at 9:30 a.m. Dues of $5 are payable to Mrs. Elmer Walter, membership chairman,' or to unit chairmen or board members. APRIL SCORES for Round Robin bridge play, sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary, show the following scores: first place, with 23,960, Mrs. Donald Ferris and Mrs. Craig Smith; second place, 23,220, Mrs. Roland Ostwald and Mrs. Ed Adams; third place, 22,330, Mrs. James Whlttemore and Mrs. Maynard Miller; fourth place, 22,060, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Altman; and fifth place, 21,440, Mrs.Hal- bert Long and Mrs. Larry Knoll. May will be the final month of play for the season. Those wish- Ing to Join for the next season, with play starting in October, may contact either Mrs. Phil Diamond at 295-5376 or Mrs. John Snere at 295-2324. FOUR TABLES participated in duplicate bridge play Monday evening. In first place were Mrs. SHEAKLEYS .... HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF QUALITY NAME-BRAND SPORTSWEAR IN OUR AREA. SHOP & COMPARE I I classics petti ROSECRESX COUPON FREE APPRECIATION PASS TO STARLIT! DRIVE-IN THEATRE FOR ANYONE TRYING ON ANY SPORTSWEAR OUTFIT DURING COUPON DAYS, FRIDAY & SAL Quality w not jind quality here , reasonably priced/ Miss Ringsdorf Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed JANICE RINGSDORF Mrs. Lillian Ringsdorf, Algona, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Janice Elaine Ringsdorf, shown here, to Kirk Michael Struthers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers of Wesley. A July 10 wedding is being planned. Clara Zender and Mrs. Harold Gllmore; second, Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs. Coslow, Britt; and third, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds. The next play will take place at the Legion hall next Monday evening at 7:30. MR. AND MRS. Ira Kohl spent the week-end in Kansas City, Kansas, with their son David. He is being transferred from the Kansas City plant of Procter and Gamble to the Central Engineering Division at Cincinnati, Ohio, effective May 12. He left Kansas City Monday. Agrad- uate of Algona high school, he was graduated from Iowa State University at Ames in 1961, with a major in chemical engineering. He has been with Proctor and Gamble since then. TOM HUTCHISON of Des Moines visited his mother, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison, over the Mother's Day weekend. KAY MOULTON and Judy Munger, students at Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester, arrived Friday at the homes of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert -Munger. The two girls spent Saturday in Ames, where they attended Veishia. They returned to school Sunday. JIM ABBOTT, student at Drake and the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Abbott, spent the weekend here for Mother's Day. KENTON IMMERFALL, student at the State University at Ames, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, over the Mother's Day weekend. MRS. GAIL Haase, accompanied by Mrs. William F. Steele and Mrs. John Schulz, Jr. of Irvington, spent Saturday and Sunday a week ago at the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. They were guests of their respective daughters, Ann, Sally, and Patty for Mothers' weekend activities. KENDRA SEELY, student at Northwest State College of Missouri at Maryville, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely. SALLY STEELE, student at the State College of Iowa and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F, Steele, spent the weekend with her parents, who drove to Cedar Falls Friday to bring her home. GUESTS OF Mrs. C.C.Shierk, jr., were her daughter, Delthea, and Rosaline Bartlett of Mound City, both are students at Northwest Missouri State College at Mar yville. Rosanne is the sorority "Mora" of Delthea, who was recently Initiated into Phi Mu sorority, THE AFTER-PROM complies consider the activities at:«it"-»te success. 240 students attended the movie, which was shown after the prom, and 217 attended the dance at the V.F.W. Hall following the movie. Cooperation of merchants was generous, and the prizes were plentiful. The party ended at 5 a.m. General chairmen were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Mr. and Mrs, James Merryman and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potratz. DR. AND MRS. Harold Erickson and family spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. 0. J, Anderson of Buffalo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erickson, Minneapolis, parents of Dr. Erickson, joined them on Mother's Day. DR. AND MRS. Melvin Bourne, accompanied by their grandsons, John and Jeff Hayes, spent Saturday at Lake West Okoboji, where they opened their summer home on Echo Bay. On Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. Bourne, his mother, Mrs. W. J. Bourne, and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes, enjoyed dinner at the Algona Hotel. They spent the afternoon at the Bourne home. MR. AND MRS. Luke Linnan spent the weekend in Omaha, where they visited their daughter, Bemadlne, student at DuChesne, and their son, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Linnan and family. They observed the birthday of Bernadine, whichwasonMayG.Bernie will spend this weekend he re with her parents. Mayor William J. Finn, Jerry Leaneagh, Pat Montag and Jim Palmer spent Friday in Des Moines where they attended the Iowa Development Commission annual clinic. MRS. ROY Hutzell is wearing a cast on her left foot due to having suffered a broken bone in the side of her foot. She was on her way home from calling on a neighbor, did not fall, but felt a severe pain in the area. She was able to get home unassisted, but X-rays showed the broken bone necessitated a cast to below the knee. It is the walking type, so in a few days she will be able to get around the house a little. Moulton, Phil Taylor and Judy Thompson. Jean Christiansen and Linda Parsons are co-chairmen of a committee of the Senior MYF to work out plans to secure funds through contributions to assist Rust College, a Methodist Negro school at Holly Springs, Mississippi, in purchasing a bus to transport students to their school activities. Adults may contribute to this fund. On Honor Roll Karen Bruns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bruns, Jr. of Titonka, has been named to the third quarter honor roll of the Medical Institute of Minnesota, in Minneapolis. In order to rate this honor, students must have an average of 90 or higher. FEDERAL LAND BANK Hiurtdoy, May 13, 1965 Algeria (lo.) Upper Des Molnet-S 12 dairy cows were killed by lead poisoning on the Jennings farm near Orchard last month. 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