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14—Algona, (la.) Upper D«s Melnet thurtday, Nov. 11, 1965 Joan By am Oct. 23 Bride Joan Kay Byam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Byam, Algona, became the bride of James Hayden, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hayden of Austin, Minn., at St. Cecelia's Oct. 23. Performing the ceremony was Msgr. P. P. Gearen. Vincent Esser and John Zaugg were acolytes and Sister M. Joseph was organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Marjorie Nelson attended the bride and Michonne Nelson was flower girl. Bestman was Larry Hayden. A reception at noon was held at the K. C. hall. In charge of the guest book were Marlene Rhys of Austin and Janet 011- phant of St. Paul. Maybelle Geilenfeld and Mrs. VernonGroff of Austin cut the wedding cake. A graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, the bride is an Instructor in the public school system in Rochester, Minn. The groom, a graduate of Pacelli high school in Austin and Mankato State College, Mankato Minn., saw service in the United States Navy. He teaches school in Mason City. The couple will be in Mason City. (Glenn's Studio Photo) nniinM^ AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. Chuck McVay left Sunday for Iowa City where Mrs. McVay will have an eye check-up. They plan to return today ^Thursday). MR. AND MRS. Oswald Thilges, Maureen, Garry, Connie and Brian of Algona, spent last Sunday at Sioux City with Mrs. John Horton, Gordon Hortons and Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson. The women are cousins. MRS. DENNIS MILLER, Jay and Keith of West Bend, spent the weekend with her parents, the Oswald Thilges, while Mr. Miller was attending National Guard meeting. THE OSWALD Thilges family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller of West Bend recenUy. Mr. Miller arrived home from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, after being a patient there for a month and is now recuperating at home. WILLIAM F. STEELE, executive secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, attended a convention for Uiree days last week of Iowa Chamber executives. This was the annual fall conference. BAPTIZED AT the Methodist church last weekend were Leanna Helmers, Cathryn Mae, Brenda Lee and James Claude, children of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Krull; and Clinton Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchison. Accepted as a new member of the church was Mrs. William Hutchison. IOWA REPUBLICANS will hold a banquet and meeting at Veterans Auditorium, Des Moines, Dec. 10, starting at 6:30 p. m. This will be a salute to Republican Senator Jack Miller of Sioux City, and tributes will be made for his record in congress. Featured speaker will be George Murphy, U. S. Senator of California. He will deliver the keynote speech. Tickets may be procured in Algona from Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Gotten. WEEKEND GUESTS at tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt were their sons, James, Richard and Larry, who came to attend funeral services for W. A. Hardy, longtime friend of the family. James is employed in Rochester, Minn, with a computer firm, Richard is a junior at Mankato state and Larry is a sophomore at S. C. I. iiipiiiiHiniiiiiitwifiHiiffliHiniiiiii MRS, HENRY Lund is pla to leave about Nov. 1(5 for Big Rapids, Mich, where she will spend several weeks wiUi her son, Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Lund and family. Mr. Lundls a teacher at Ferris State college. JESS SHORE, Titusville, Fla., is spending this week visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore. WILLIAM, ROBERT and Andrew Monlux visited their mother, Mrs. Elvira Monlux at the Park hospital, Mason City, Sunday. Mrs. Monlux is hospital! zed there following a hip injury. Mrs. Frank Hofius and Mrs. Regina Baas were also recent visitors. They report Mrs. Monlux recovering satisfactorily. LINDA McVAY, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McVay, Humboldt, former Algonans, was crowned Queen of Farm Feeders Day held Oct. 31 at Humboldt. Miss McVay is a granddaughter of Roy McVay, Algona. MARTHA ANN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Jr., and Brian Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Hentges, were baptized by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's CaUiolic church here Sunday, Oct. 31. The babies were born Oct. 19 at St. Aim hospital. MR. AND MRS. E. L. Garbett observed Uieir 36Ui wedding aiuu- versary, Friday evening, wiUi a diiuier at the Moose Lodge club rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson of Keister, Minn., were out-of-town guests, MARY JO KRIEPS and her fiance, Paul Riff, have returned to Chicago after a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Joe Mergeu and family and also wiU\ her moUier, Mrs. Catherine Krieps. Doiuia Mergen and her roommate, Georganue Franklin, Memphis, Mo., spent the weekend with Domia's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mergen and family. Both girls are employed in Des Moines. GUESTS LAST weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins were Uie former Karen Hutchins and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pirnot and John, Sean and Paula. Karen is the daughter of Don Hutchins, formerly of Algona and the granddaughter of Harold Hutchins. The Pirnot family now lives in Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Paul Arend accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arond, all of Burt, last Tuesday to attend the funeral of a niece of Mike Arend and a cousin of Paul, Mrs. Burnadette Gergen, Granville. Survivors include her husband, Nick, and five children. IN DUPLICATE bridge, with five tables in play, first place, Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. R. K. Richardson; second, Don Prieskorn and Dean Kinsman, third, Mrs. Marie Ktinz and Mrs. Marie Hawcott; and fourth, Mrs. John Thuente and Mrs. Lewis Ferguson. Next play will be Monday at "7:45 at tho Legion hall. DENNY MILLER, freshman at Iowa State U., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Miller. Scott Miller, a freshman at Simpson College, Indianola, also was home for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I.G. Miller. MR. AND MRS. Miles Slonlker were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Myron Swan son of Royal to attend a meeting of Uie editorial staff of the Lions Club magazine at Cedar Rapids last weekend. Mr. Sloniker is now an International counsellor of Lions. THE U-GO-I-GO 4-H club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ' Eppo Bulten, with Sherry and Debra Bulten as hostesses. Election of officers took place, wiUi the following elected: president, Susan Bullock; vice president, Becky Tielebein; secretary, Diana Mueller; treasurer, Marsha Winter; historian, Jean Abbott; reporter, Mary Helen Bestenlehner; photographer, Sherry Bulten, assistant photographer, Debra Bulten; health, Joyce Sifert; safety, Diane Winter; music, Linda Hauser; special activities, Marsha Winter. New members who will be initiated this month include Debra Wick, Phyllis Pentecost, Marcy Diamond, Debra Missal, Charlotte Lemkee, and Becky Tielebein. THE REGULAR monthly meeting of the P. E. 0. was held at the home of Mrs. John Hayes, Nov. 3. The program, given by Mrs. Wes Bartlett, was a report on the Supreme Convention held at Atlantic, N. J., which she attended. MRS. H. R. COWAN entertained the members of her bridge club Nov. 1, with Mrs. Elvira Monlux winning high and Mrs. Frank Hofius low. RECENT SUNDAY guests at the Larry Olson home to honor the Olson's daughter, Shelley, on her first birthday were the grandparents, Mrs. Blanche Olson, Grinnell, who is visiting her son and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weiland, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Weiland and family, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Weiland and family, Britt. ST. CECELIA'S GUILD will be serving the final dinner of the year at Academy Hall here Nov. 14, with a sirloin beef roast dinner to be served from 4-7:30 p. m. PATRICK JAMES, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Behr, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecilia's church. Auxiliary At Burt Is Host, County Meeting BURT - American Legion Auxiliary members Tuesday night made plans to host the Kos- suUi County quarterly Unit meeting, held at 2 p. m. Nov. 9. Plans were also made for a pot luck supper for Legion and Auxiliary members and families on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11. The book "Need a Lift" was given by Auxiliary members to the Burt school library. The book informs students of scholarships available to anyone in need of financial help toward college education. Members were urged to visit school during National Education Week, Nov. 7-11. Hostesses at Tuesday's meeting were Mesdames James Christensen and Wallace Hawcott. - o - WED 25 YEARS Approximately 150 guests were registered by Mrs. P. J. McGuire, at Uie open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener on Uieir 25th wedding anm'ver- sary. Mrs. Bill Chambers and Mrs. Henry Schroeder were in charge of opening and- displaying the gifts. Punch was served by Mrs. Carl Wiener, while Mrs. Bruce Graham poured. Burt Girl Weds Mr. and Mrs. Jim Droegemueller, pictured above, were married Nov. 5 at 6:30 p. m. at the Methodist church, Fairmont, Minn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Droegemueller, Fairmont. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ken Droegemueller and best man was Ken Droegemueller. The bride is a graduate of Burt high school and is employed at Minnesota Mining & Mfg. The groom is a graduate of Fairmont high school and Dunwoody Institute and is employed at Fairmont Railway Motors at Fairmont where they will make their home. (Kirkham Photo) Cutting and serving the cake were Mrs. Vern Batt and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles. Kitchen hostesses were the Mesdames Charlotte Habegar, Bob Hamilton, George Mans, Lawrence Doege, Harold Fischer, Bert Johnson. Phyllis Lewis and Jerry Wiener were united in marriage Oct. 29, 1940 at Fairmont. Following their marriage they farmed for a short time before Mr. Wiener began work at Brown's Dairy at Algona where he continued for 8 years. He has been employed ) with the E. E. Robinson Construction for the past 16 years. - o - '; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cook called at the George Schroeder home, Mason City, Sunday. Mrs. Schroeder received a badly crushed ankle in a,fall in downtown Mason City Wednesday. The ankle was placed in a gelatine cast. The Cooks also visited at the home of her sister and husband, the Ralph Bartletts, Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley attended the wedding and reception following of her nephew, LaMoyne Krohnberg, Kiester, Minn., and Vicky Schacko, Walters, held Monday evening at Walters. JoAnne Ackerman, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend at the parental Earl Ackerman home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hinckley spent from Friday evening to Sunday at the Bill Schatz home, Cedar Rapids, and the Don Thomsen home, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Carlisle, Denver, Colo., were weekend guests of his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman. The Ackermans and their guests spent Sunday at the Chris Dahl home near Fenton, Mrs. Dahl is a sister of Mr. Carlisle and Mrs. Ackerman. Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mrs. Andrew Harms and Brenda, Pocahontas, and Mrs, Roger Ulses, Fenton, attended a pre-nuptial shower honoring Carole Sue Wiener at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs, Ralph Bartlett, Charles City, visited her sister, Mrs, Kenneth Cook, Wednesday. Mrs. Gordon Happel and Tpdd, Humboldt, spent Friday with the Al Hinckleys. They were accompanied to Burt byMrs.Aajon Klieber and Michelle, who spent Uie day with her moUier, Mrs. B. E. Miller. Members of UK- Friendly Birthday club helped Mrs. Jack Tieman, Fenton, observe her birthday anniversary Wednesday. Mrs, Ella Meyer spent seV" eral days the past \veok at the home of her daughter and fam» ily, Rev. Henry FnedrichS, Marcus. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman Jr. and family spent Sun* day and were supper guests at the parental Harley Troutman Srs,, Algona. The blue krait olliidia is one of the most toxic snakes known. Its venom is 50 times as potent as potassium cyanide. Trained elephants recognize 20 to 25 different work com* mauds, Some tourists locFatthesceo- ery, others see it. Wed 40 Year* Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, Nov. 14, and are holding open house from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. They request no gifts. CONTESTANT John Sutton, 15-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sutton and a sophomore at Ogden high school, competed in a national egg cooking contest at Chicago Oct. 18 and 19. John's entry, a sandwich called "Teen- eggers", won him state honors recently, which sent him to Chicago with all expenses paid to vie for honors at the national contest. \ * * Portland Club Selects Officers For New Year PORTLAND -The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 2, in the home of LeitaPhelps. Eleven members answered roll call: VivaRings- dorf, Hazel Carroll, Janice Moore, Leona Haase, Wyona Harms, Flossie Bartlett, Emily Larsen, lola Bartlett, Marieta Zwiefel, Leita Phelps and Vera Fitch. After old and new business was taken care of, i there was , an election of officers. Wyona Harms will be the new chairman, Viva Ringsdorf, vice chairman and Emily Larsen, secretary and treasurer. Viva Ringsdorf, chairman of the calling committee and Janice Moore her assistant. There was also a Christmas dinner planned, to be held the first Tuesday in December, or December 7, at the Portland Community hall, at 12:00 noon. This will be a potluck, each to bring a hot dish, dessert and enough sandwiches for own family. Also own dishes and napkins. It was also voted that we give $5.00 to the re- retarded children fund at Algona and $5.00 to the Salvation Army. Marieta Zwiefel will have the January meeting at which time we will reveal our secret sisters with a (late) 50? Christmas present. - o Mrs, Harold Harms and Sharon Gruis were Sunday dinner guests in the Herman Harms home. Harold Harms is in the National Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family were Sunday afternoon visitors. y Mrs. Leona GuerWn of Worthington, Minn., spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. J, Stewart. Mr, and Mrs, David Stewart and family of Denver, la,, were weekend guests in the Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. Harms were Sunday evening visitors in the Wilbur Spear home. Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Voyles and family of Sac City were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Lovstad home. "An unkind remark is like a killing frost - no matter how much it warms up later, the damage remains." Lunchroom Personnel Over 200 school lunch personnel from schools in 14 counties in north central Iowa met last Saturday, Nov. 6, at Britt for their annual district meeting. Attending from Algona was Miss Helen Comfort, School Lunch Manager for the Algona Community School District, and several members of the local staff, Miss Comfort appeared on the program. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Pes Moines Pub. Co., Ak gona, across from new Municipal parking lot. PLAN CHRISTMAS HAPPINESS v NOW! Reserve your Bulova while selections are complete LEADING LADY "E" Trim and tiny with graceful advanced ttyllng. 21 Jewell, Yellow or white. M9.85 DATE KINO "CO Modern styling. 17 lew&lt. Tells time and date at a (lane*. Shock-resistant. Yellow. $49. OS IAOY BULOVA "K" Youth and beauty captured In a line 17 lewel watch. Self-winding. 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