The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1960
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'f '" §~Atf»no (lo.) Upper OH Meine* Tuesday, May 24, I960 Hartwells Wed SO Years Mr and Mrs Henry Harlwell of rural Lone Rock observed their 50th wedding anniversary Apr. 6. An open house had been planned to honor the Hartwells, but was not held due to the illness of Mr Hartwell. Henry Hartwell and Mary E. Brooks were married Apr. 6, 1910 at Macomb, Mo. They farmed three years in Missouri, then moved to Io%va in the fall of 1913. They have resided on the same farm near Lone Rock for the past 41 years. They have one daughter, Mrs Ervin Wetzel, Lone Rock, and a granddaughter, Wanda Wetzel, Des Moines. (Isaacson Studio Photo — UDM Engraving;. Corwith • Wesley Music Groups Give Concert Wesley — Tho vocal music department of the Corwith-Wesley school presented their spring concert in the Corwith auditorium May 18. David Piersel was director. Lorrie Funnemark, Joyce Paulton and Marlys Schwab were ac- jompanists. The 6th grade chorus and junior high chorus presented four numbers each. A. newly organized 7th grade girls sextet sang and the high school mixed chorus, girls chorus Rnd the mixed quartet sang four numbers each. Guild Meets St. Joseph's Guild held a meeting May 18. Plans were discussed for the turkey dinner which is to be held Sept. 25. Following the business meeting 500 was played. Marj Becker and Flavia Studer won high and low score prizes. Lunch was served by Circle 4. Paul Stephen. The couple also have a 2 year old son, Lindsay Craig. Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman of Wesley are the paternal grandparents. Stan Johnson of Britt and Bill Koppen spent last week fishing Koppen spent tho weekend with her father. Art Renger and family af Bancroft. Choir members and altar boys of St. Joseph's Catholic church were guests at a banquet in the parish hall, May 17. Mothers prepared and served the food. County Health nurse Joyce Hayden of Algona and Opal Nygaard were guest speakers at the meeting of the Tuesday club, May 17 in the Cliff Anfinson home. Mrs Reese Martin was assistant hostess. St. Joseph's Catholic school will close with a picnic at the .chool grounds May 25. Eighth ;rade graduation exercises will be held May 26. Vincent Cruise left Thursday evening for Fort Gordon. Georgia, and will drive his son, Ecl- ^rd's car back. Edward left re- ;>ntly for army service in Gerany. J. I'. Studer, accompanied by his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Stanley Studer of Blue Earth, Minn., left May 14 for Saskatoo, Canada where they visited Mr and Mrs Gerald Studer and his mother, Mrs Helen SludtT. They spent some time al their cabin at Green Lake, Can Methodist Youth Camp ai Okoboji will be held July 3-9 in- elusive for the senior group at thi? Methoji camp. P'reshmen will be there July 10 - 16. Mr and Mrs Jim Nielson and family of Ames and Douglas, Diane and Donald Kuckenreuther of Mnrshalltown were weekend guests in the Orville Smith home Other guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs George Gremmer and family of Britt. The Clarence Marvin and Everett Ackersons attended Commencement exercises at Sentral school May 18. Their grandson and nephew, Dennis Long, son of Mr and Mrs George Long of Lone \ family gathering wns held at the Long home after exercises. in northern Minnesota. Mrs Rock, was a member of the class. Pat Burgess Of LuVerne Weds Des Moines Man LuVerne — Patricia Burgess and Gerald Ramus were married May 15 in the First Methodist church at Des Moines. Their parents are Mr and Mrs Harold Burgess, LuVerne, and Mr, and Mrs Arthur Ramus, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Elwood Ellston Des Moines attended the couple The bride was attired in a white lace gown over pastel green, white accessories and wore an orchid corsage. Her jewelry was a crystal necklace. gift of the bridegroom. A reception was held at the home of the attendants. Mrs Don Ramus cut and served the wedding cake with Mrs Darlene Luchsinger, Des Moines, pouring. Following the reception, a dinner was served at the home" of the bridegroom's parents. After a trip to Wisconsin tho young couple will be at home in LuVerne. -V Shower Monoree Patricia Burgess was the honored guest at a pre-nuotial miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening in the Cecil Baker home. Guests were her senior eirl classmates with Karen Baker, Margo Stampka, Shirleen Schnetzer as hostesses. Other eirls present were Virginia Besch. Kay Brink, Rosemary Carroll, Judy Coleman, Rita Eggleston, Sharon Eischen, Janice Frost, Merle Ann Hang, Lavon Maass, Roth Ncal, Shnrol Wittmier nnd Jean JanSsen. Hospiialitcd i Albert Hippen Sr., was taken by ambulance Tuesday night to the Veterans' hospital, Des Moines, for treatment. Herbert Hinz returned home Thursday from State hospital, Cherokee, where he was a patient several weeks. He is at the home of his mother, Mrs Lena Hinz. Bible School The Union Daily Vacation Bible School will be held Mon- clny to Friday, Mny 23-27. Tn- cluded are prr-school up to those finishing the eighth grade. Mr and Mrs Clif Richardson took Mrs Mabel Hacker to her home at Emmons, Minn., Tuesday after a 10 day visit. Mr and Mrs Roy Bucngcr, West Bend, took, her mother, Mrs Amelia Hanselman, to Fairmont, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs Josephine Will, sister of Mrs Hanselman. Mrs Will has been ill. The senior ' class of the Lu- Verne school enjoyed a picnic supper and theater party in F|. Dodge Sunday evening. The freshman class had. a theater pnrty in Algona Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Wiljiam Schipull were guests Sunday of their sort, the Raymond Schipull family at Hardy. They went to attend the baptism of their grandson, Bruce LeRoy Schipull. Mrs Anna Hanselman was host to her 500 club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Ernest Meyer was a Burst player. High, Mrs Eli Eager, low, Mrs Cecil Jolliffe. Mrs Jessie Sanford visited the past week in Clear Lake with her daughter, the Irvin McGowans. Mrs McOowan took her to Marshalltown for a check on her recent eye surgery. Sewer Hearing An open hearing and bid letting on a $1.30,700 relief sewage line for the eastern portion of Algona will be held tomorrow (Wednesday) night during the regular meeting of the city council. The project, which to date has met no opposition, is urgently needed, according to engineers. The new Mne will be installed from a point near the Milwaukee Road underpass at the north edge of Algoha to the corner of Main and Elm streets in the" northeast portion of town. , UDM Classified* Pa? Dividend! Graduations Set Commencement exercises for the Corwith-Wesley Community . school were held at Corwith Maj> 20. The exercises for Garrigan high school will be held May 29. The Baccalaureate exercises will be held May 27. The Junior graduation exercises of the Corwith - Wesley school will be held here May 25. Out Of Hhospital George Cink was brought home May 17 from St. Ann hospital, where he had been several days for medical treatment. Mrs John Penning was brought home May 14 from the Britt hospital where she had surgery. Poppy Days Veteran-made poppies will be offered for sale May 27 and 28 and all are urged to wear a poppy and contribute to the fund for those who gave for us. Child Baptized D'Ann Rae Wehrspan, infant, daughter of Mr and" Mrs Dennis Wehrspan, was baptized May 15 in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. Sponsors were Marilyn Harr of Wesley and Dean Wehrspan of West Bend. Dinner guests in the Wehrspan home that day were Mrs Fred Harr, Marilyn, Sheryll and Marleen of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Albert Girard of Bagley, Harlan Lininger of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Louis Wehrspann, Mrs Ann Wehspan and Mr and Mrs Dean Wehrspan and Gregory of West Bend. Circle 2 of St. Joseph's Guild held a cleaning bee at .the church May 24. Mrs^ Bill Studer and daughters. 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