The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 5, 1965 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 5, 1965
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(I..) 0., SHOWER HONORS Marilyn Ostwald of Whittemore was honored at a miscellaneous shower in St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors, Wednesday evening, July 21, with 75 ladips attending. A program u-as piven and games were played. Tlic bride-to-be was assisted by Beverly Zumach, Carolyn Roch- leau, Elise Ostwald and Mrs. Max Wilcox. Mrs. Charles Biei - stedt was in charge of the puest book and Mrs. Harry Seely poured. Miss Ostwald received many lovely gifts. Lunr.Ji was served at the close of the even- Ing. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry Seely, Mrs. Theodore Bierstedt, Mrs. William Gade, Mrs. L. H. Wehrspan, Mrs. Will Lauck, Mrs. Theodore Meier, Mrs. F. H. Ostwald, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Miss Beverly Zumach, Mrs. Carl Feye, Mrs. Godfrey Loebach, Mrs. Roland Ostwald and Mrs. Charles Bierstedt, all of Whittemore. Miss Ostwald will be married to Ronald Rochleau at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore August 22 at 2:30 p. m. - o - STEAK FRY About 60 members and guests of the Moose Lodge enjoyed a steak fry at the clubrooms here Saturday evening. Newly elected officers of the lodge were hosts and hostesses. They are E. L. Garbett, governor; Leo Sabln, Junior governor; Francis Bunt- Ing, secretary; Tom Sampson, treasurer; Earl Miller, sergeant-at-arms, and Jim Klein, Charles Bloom and Earl Zelg- ler. Ardeen Sampson is president of the auxiliary, and other officers are Elizabeth Platt, Helen Klooster, Noreen Lang- fltt, Aria Cowan and Cyrilla Siefert. - o TRAINING HELD W. S. C. S. officers training was held at Burt last week. In attendance were Mesdames Louis Kelley, Don Nelson, Duane Dewel, John Hayes, Ray Potter, Webb Fowler, George Harris, Roy Hutzell, Vic Parsons, Jim Andreasen, George Wolf, Perry Collins, Verne McClure, Lewis Marshall, Paul Puffer, George Scuffham, John Thompson, Roy Burrls, Merle Webster, Cliff Skogstrom and Sam Shipler. - o - TAPPER REUNION A' Tapper family reunion was held last week Sunday at Garner. About 125 persons were in attendance, among them Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyer, the latter of whom was a Tapper Lefore her marriage. . o - CLUBS AT LAKE Mrs. James Merryman entertained her bridge club at their cottage on East Okoboji Friday. The women spent the day there. Mrs. H. M. Honsbruch entertained her bridge club Friday at the new house trailer they recently purchased and are located on Charlstroms Beach, Okoboji. - o - ATTEND MEETING The Iowa Council of Painters was held last Saturday at Clear Lake. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen, their son Gary and his fiancee, Vicki Briggs. - o - GENERAL MEETING The general meeting of the Methodist church will be held August 4 for a 9:30 coffee. The program "Key Words" will be given by Mrs. Webb Fowler. Serving will be done by the Local Activities committee. - o - POTTER REUNION The annual Potter reunion was held at Call Park, Aug. 1, with several local families of Potters in attendance and a number from other points, and their guests. - o - FAMILY REUNION Sunday, Aug. 1, there was a reunion of the family of Mrs. Mildred Fraser and the late Joe Fraser, at Good Hope church community center. All 10 of the Fraser children, ami most of their families, ur>re present. They were the Robert Frasers and Verle Frasers, San Diego; the Virgil Frasers of No. Syracuse, N.Y.; Harlan Frasers, Kingsport, Term., Ron Frasers, Cylinder; Lewis Frasers, Algona; the Bernard Millers, Mason City; Gene Bratidows, Algona; Charles Tlbbets, Chicago; Win. Dau Jrs., Algona. There were ill so 37 of Mr. Fraser's 44 grandchildren present. - o FORMER ALGONAN Don Cook, now of Dos Moines, Is in Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines undergoing surgery for gall stones and appendix. He is expected to lw in the hospital for 10 days. MR. AND MRS. PAULMcBride and family left from Sioux Falls by plane, Sunday, for a 10- day vacation in California. Mr. McBride will attend a WW 2 army reunion, and the family will also visit relatives. MRS. CARL STELLHORN and son of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. have been visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Kain, and with other relatives. She is the former Mildred Kane. They left Monday for Oshkosh, Wis. to meet Mr. Stellhorn, who is produce purchasing agent for Gamble-Robinson. THE ROY SARCHETS are being visited by their twin daughters and families. JOHN CLARK, SON of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark, has received an appointment to the naval train- Ing school at Bainbridge, Md. and is to report there Sept. 1 for nine months of school. He will be home on leave in the meantime. He has been at Great Lakes since June of 1964. Nicki Clark arrived this week for a 10-day leave with his parents. He is also in the navy. »< FIRST BAPTIST Women's Fellowship will meet at the church Aug. 5 at 2 p.m., with the lesson in charge of Amy Geering. Hostesses will be Emma Medin, Anita Bitz and Clara Cruikshank. MRS. EARL ELMORE, Mrs Michael Schmit, Mrs. Don Myers and Mrs. Ronald Gerber of Algona, Mrs. Duane Lieb of Lone Rock, Mrs. Gerald Pedersen of Ledyard and Marilyn Ostwald of Whittemore were guests Monday evening of Mrs. Jim Bergman of Rodman. Miss Ostwald, who will become the bride of Ronald Roch- leau Aug. 22, was presented with a gift of lingerie. MRS. LOUIS Kelley went last Wednesday to Jackson, 111. to jol- others from the Iowa area for an MYF meeting which was to last a week. MRS. ELEANOR KenyonBlong, San Gabriel, Calif., is spending her time here with Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland, Elmore, Minn. The women are sisters. Mrs. Blong was watering some plants in her yard, the soles of her slippers were wet and when she entered her kitchen, she slipped on the freshly waxed floor and broke a leg. She left via plane as soon as possible and is convalescing here. The cast will not be removed until some time in September. MR. AND MRS. John Diekmann and children spent last weekend at Hayfield, Minn, with the mother, Mrs. William Radii. MRS. BOB McCullough and Mari spent Wednesday at Correctionville with the mother, Mrs. Charles Michaelson. MR. AND MRS. Webster Orton entertained the Melvin Trout family at lunch Sunday after noon, a farewell for the Trouts who are moving to Lake Wapello. ELLEN AND ALMA Carlson have returned from Clear Lake where they vacationed at a cottage with their sister, Mrs. Olga Jordon. Mrs. Jordon and her son John are at Sibley part of this week and Mrs. Jordon will accompany her son to Minneapolis till the end of her vacation and spend the time with him and his wife and family. The visit at Sibley is with relatives of Mrs. Jordon's late husband. MRS. AND MRS. C. J. McEvoy are being visited by their daughter, Mrs. Calvin Mogler, Paul, Scott and Rickey, Taylor, Mo., while Mr. Mogler is .it Guard camp in Wisconsin. RICHARD, SON of Mr. arid Mrs. C. J. McEvoy, has Iwen home on a 15-day leave after having graduated from a course at Fort Bevins, Mass. He enlisted a year ago in Oetolier for four years. At present he is stationed in a small town near London, England. Me expects to'spend Christmas in Germany. Four Reunions For Whiftemore Folks Are Held WHITTEMORE - All the Wm. Fandel children and their families held a family reunion last Thursday at the Fandel cottage at Tuttle Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck, Mr. ami Mrs. Edward Tietz, Ivan mid Ivadel, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover attended a Baas reunion at Fairmont Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William C.Meyer II attended a Barger family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. The immediate families of Mrs. Clara Thul gathered at her home here Sunday for a reunion and dinner. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hein and family of Ponca City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and family of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. James Thul and family of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thul and family of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Devlne and family of Algona, Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser and Peter of here, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahlhauser and family of West Bend. The 24th annual family reunion of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch was held Sunday in the Academy hall with 134 attending. A potluck dinner was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. John Marte of Whittemore were hosts. - o - Cadet Myron Kautsch, son of Rev. and Mrs. Cleo Kautsch of Whittemore, will complete six weeks of basic summer camp under the ReserveOfficerTrain- ing Corps program at FortKnox, Kentucky. Rev. and Mrs. Cleo Kautsch and family left August 3 on a two-week vacation in Wyoming with relatives. They plan to be home August 18. During Rev. Kautsch's vacation, Re V.Clifford L. Bliss, pastor of St. Luke's Lutheran church of Fairville, will be in charge of services. There will be only one service August 8 and 15 at 8 a. m. and Bible classes and Sunday School will be at 9 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Butzke plan on being on vacation August 9-14. Terry Lynn, whose birthday was Oct. 2, 1964 and who came July 26 to make his home with Marcus and Agnes Zumach, was baptized Sunday morning in St. Paul's Lutheran church. The adopted parents have chosen the following to be Terry Lynn's sponsors: Mrs. Howard Esser, Ralph Shipporeit and Harlan Vaudt. Michael Lee, 10, who arrived in Whittemore July 30, has been adopted by Wilfred and Eldora Schmeling. He was born Jan. 11, 1955 and will enter the 5th grade in St. Paul's school this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Albert Lea, Minn, were Whittemore callers Thursday evening. They came to take home their daughter, Helen, who had spent the past two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Allen Zimmermatui called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmermaim, Tuesday evening from Santa Clara, Calif, that he has a permanent job now after an interview last Thursday. Daniel Rosendahl, son of Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl, arrived home Friday from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., where he completed his basic training in the army. He spent part of his 14-day furlough here with his mother and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs, Ellsworth Heidenwith, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers, Albert Lea, Mian. He left Thursday for Santa Clara, Calif. He will report at Fort Ord, Calif., August 7, where he will be an assistant to an army chaplain. Eileen Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elbert, was the winner of the vacation trip to Lake Okoboji given at the Geelan store. She and her parents left Sunday for Park View at the lake. Terry Simonson, JeffSchuller, Mike McDonnell, "Kirk Schuller, Joe Elbert, Mike Mueller, Tom Russell and David Elbert left last week Monday for Boy Scout Camp, Okoboji. Herbert Schmit had the mis- Elvit'Prttley In "Tickle Me" Comes to the Algona Theatre Sunday Jrnii Ingrain nppcnrs In have the upper hand with Elvin I'rrslry while Joreyn Lane it the curious bystander in this scene from Allied Artist* "Tirkle Me," n rnmnntir comedy in color and Pnnavi- slim, which Mnrs Elvi§ as a singing, swinging wrangler on a beauty spn dude much handily slocked with girls. Film was produced by Ben Schwnlh and directed by Norman Taurog. fortune to fall from a scaffold, which gave way under him, fell seven feet and broke two ribs and injured his back while working at Armstrong. He is convalescing at home. Linda Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Meyer H, graduated from LaJames School of Beauty Culture at Mason City last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith visited at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Walter Wolfram, Ventura, last Sunday. They also had a short visit with their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Lauck of here were dinner guests with the Meyer's. Following their visit at Garner, they drove to Forest City where they had a picnic supper with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers, Tammy andSteven and Helen Walker of Albert Lea, Minn, and Dorothy Rosendahl and Marguerite Heinrich of here. Joan Jergens Of Algona To Wed Sept. 4 to Dave Barie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barie of Algona. The wedding will be held at 12.-45 Sept. 4 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. JOAN JERGENS MR. and Mrs. George Jergens, Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joan, OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Selmer Haugen of Palm Dessert, Cal. was a Thursday dinner guest at the Kermit Fowler home. Mrs. Anton Anderson of Humboldt spent the week at the Fowler home returning home Friday. Mr. Haugen is a cousin of Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Anderson and they had not seen him for 43 years. Rev. Robert J. LeMont and family are on vacation from August 2-16. They will got to the Black Hills and Denver. F. Howard Schroeder, seminarian student at Wartburg, will conduct services here August 8 and Rev. John Beem of Humboldt will have the August 15 services. Diane Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson, was eight years old Sunday. Dinner guests for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Jon of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend. James Fowler is in Des Moines this week for a week's training in the insurance business. Suzanne Oppedahl is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl of Ft. Dodge. Arlan Jacobson had facial surgery at Lutheran Hospital Monday. The injuries were sustained in a car accident a few days earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf returned home Sunday after a ten- day vacation when they visited friends and relatives in Chicago and other towns in Illinois and Walcott, Indiana. They spent Saturday night at the home of their daughter, the Donald Weh- rings at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Jesse VanBuskirkandMrs. ENDS SAT., Aug. 7 - James Bond is Back! "DR NO" plus "FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE" SUN. thru WED. AUGUST 8-11 PRESLEY a ROCK and ROLLICKING storm that hits a rich and juicy beauty ranch! W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend accompanied an architect of Sioux City Monday to see the new hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Watnem of Klemme are parents of a son born July 30 at the hospital at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem are the grandparents, Mr. and Mts, Gerald Hellickson and family of Garden Grove, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. CharlesHell- ickson and family of Dayton, Ohio and Mrs. Hannah Hellickson of Hardy were Tuesday supper guests at the Howard Hellickson home Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson enjoyed a family picnic Sunday night at the Wallace Underberg home at Ft. Dodge. They celebrated Mr. Olson's birthday and the birthdays of his two granddaughters, Kay and Jill Underberg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer and family of Mazon, 111. came Saturday to visit their relatives here until Thursday. Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Eldon Meyer, Mr. and Mrs, Victor Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters of Rutland and Mrs. Anna Meyer and Elsie of Fenton gathered at the Edgar Meyer home at Algona for a pot luck supper. Mrs. Laurel Worster spent Thursday at Lutheran hospital with Joe Honn, her step-father. Lotts Creek 4»H Names Entries Lotts Creek Leaders mst »* the home of Marvin, Diane, and Barb Pompe July 19th. Barb* Pompe, Steve Wolter, and Teddy Pompe were selected to go to a conservation workshop July 23rd. Alan Gross and Teddy Pompe decided to give a Boys Dem- onstration for the county. Alan Luedtke and Duane Seegebarth gave a demonstration on electricity. The meeting adjourned with the 4-H Pledge. Judy.Wol- tef is reporter. 125 TH'ANNIVERSARY The 125th anniversary of the arrival of the first McElhinney family to southeastern Iowa will be celebrated September 4 in Morning Sun. Members of the families are expected to come from many states. FOR SUNDAY Thru WEDNESDAY PROGRAM Aug. 8-11 Tun* in KLGA Radio Sunday Morning for Announcements . . . "SURPRISE i ATTRACTION" THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY, AUG. 5 • 7 THURSDAY IS "BUCK NITE" - Thi Wholt Carload for $1.00 IT'S A BEGINNERS COURSE IN "BOY-GIRLSMANSHIP" ! SECONDiJHRST RUN HIT I m AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL p«ti». IN COLOR ! SAT. MIDNITE SHOW ID AT NO EXTRA CHARGE VISIT THE NEW YARN DEPARTMENT At The CHRISCHILLES STORE 1* -',1 * , &»<&•»*, :•/:-<•.! ,»' A BRAND NEW DEPARTMENT SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF QUALITY, FINE YARNS AND ALL KNITTING ACCESSORIES. STOP IN THIS WEEK AND SEE MANY MODEL SWEATERS DISPLAYED IN THE NEW ATTRACTIVE SETTING. A KNITTING EXPERT WILL BE IN THE STORE ALL WEEK. HUNDREDS OF SKEINS OF YARN IN AIL COLORS AND TEXTURES. "Shop with Algona's Finest" Beginning Aug. 9 — Knitting Expert in Store — 2 to 4 p.m. Every Tuesday end Thursday For Consultation. i mm mm mur ^fcn^g [A^^

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