The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1960 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1960
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a.- tJIt: You look like something the cat dragged iti . I'm going to have that Suit dry Algoga Cleaners & Launderers Phone CY 4-3265 East Across From Courthouse FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Algona i««iii'''«'i t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I itM^tTtH t • t I t 1 S |J|'i'i'i'i*|'i*|*i'i*i'i'i'i'nH?viSS*t*lS*i'tH lii&l&^M^ Honor Grads In Wesley At Church Party Wesley — High school, Rth grade and college graduates were honored at a party Sunday evening, May 29 in the parlors of the Methodist church. Hostesses were Mesdames George D e t m e r ing. Charles Nygaard, Erlinp Flom. Wilfred Ward and Robert Jones. A' skit "School Days" \yas presented hy Mesdames Richard Madsen, John Paulson, . Theron Harwell, II. E. Ncwbrougn, Charles Nygaard, Robert Jones and George Delmering. There were also several musical numbers Riven. Guests of honor were Marva Nygaard and Gloria Wise from 2 year college courses, Ruth Wise. Melissa Nygaard, Edgar Meyers, Gayle Frank, Freeman Fox, Eldon Penning, Jim Price, Andy Huff, Joan Miner, Wendell Weil- nnd from high schools in Titonka, Britt, Wesley-Corwith and Algona. Rickie Kraus, Jean Schulz, Barbara Penning and Sarah Gahen from the 8th grade. Graduation Party Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner entertained at a post-graduate party Monday evening, May 23 for their daughter, Diane. Guests were Mrs Marguerite Gardner and son Curtis, Marc Moore, Mrs Jim Camp, Mr and Mrs Harold Sabin, all of Algona, Mrs Fred Scefeld, Mr and Mrs Bill Green and daughter and Mr and Mrs Merle Rasmussen. Diane will enter Hamilton's Business College in Mason City June 1 6, for a 9 month's secretar- ia.l course. 351h Anniversary Mr /md Mrs Theron Hansen observed their 35th. wedding an- TIRES CHAMPION AIGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1960 VOL 97 - NO. 23 niversary May 22 with a family dinner parly in their new home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Hansen of Miller; Mr and Mrs Raymond Hansen, Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen and sun of Ankeny; Mrs Valgene Hansen and Mark of Cedar Falls, Gordon and Merle Giddings. Plan Steak Fry Homebuilders club of the Evangelical Free church art- planning a steak fry and musical program for June 15 at the Dr. Paul Warner home. This group are sponsoring several yuunp folks at a summer camp- at. Clear Lake in late June. Stork Pays Visit Word was received here of the birth of a daughter, Shari Lynn to Mr and Mrs Dick Robinson at Yuba City, Calif. Dick expects his discharge from the air force in July. He is a son of the Clair Robinsons of Des Moines formerly of Wesley. His wife is the former Lorraine Braun. • Mr and Mrs Gayle Studcr and fnmily were dinner guests in the Stan Johnson home in Britt. Thursday. May 2(>. Jang Slu- dor stayed for a few days visit in the 1 Johnson homo. Mrs Myrtle NemmiTS of Waterloo spent several day? in the home of hei sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Mr and Mn Clarence Ackorson. The George Seabergs entertained at a flinner party May 22 in honor of the May birthdays of Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow anc! Katherine and Dwight and Judy Sea berg. Besides the Skow family, Miss Daisy McElmurray of Winclom. Minn, and Virginia Swan of Clear Lake were guests. Mrs John Paulson and her mother. Mrs. Clarence Smith of Kanawha attended the funeral rites for Ed Chambers at Corwith. May 27. Women's Society met Wednesday. June 1. in the Methodist church with the Mesdames Harold Price. George Ostereamp, Orville Weiland and John Weiland as hostesses. Mrs Glen Gabrielson will give the lesson. / •• __. , TAKE YOUR CHOICE BLACK, RAYON, TUBE-TYPE WHITEWALLS Size 6.OO-16.. Size 6.70-15. Size 7.10-15.. Size 7.6O-15.. 11.35* 11.95* 13.95* 15.95* IVj'.IUfl RAYON, TUBE-TYPE TUBELESS Size 6.7O-15- Size 7.1O-15.. Size 7.6O-15. BLACK. Size 6.OO-16.. Size 6.7O-15.. Size 7.1O-15.. Size 7.6O-15.. •WHITE. NYLON, 14.95* 17.95* 19.95* TUBE-TYPE 12.95* 12.95* 14.95* 16.95* TUBE-TYPE Size 6.OO-16.^. 16.50* Size 6.7O-15— 16.50* Size 7.1O-15 18.95* Size 7.6O-15 20.95* BLACK, NYLON [NYLON, TUBELESS j Size 7.5O-14— 14.95* 1 WHITE. NYLON. TUBELESS 1 Size 7.5O-14—* - * •All prices plus tax and recappabl* trade-in tires DOWN WEEK SPEEDWAY PROVED FOR TURNPIKE SAFETY ALL TIRES MOUNTED up to a YEAR to pay for new FIRESTONE tires .../i/f/e as | a week per fire •tyeur Bradley Brothers ALGONA Also Available At These Firestone Tire Dealers 0 Ed'f Champlin Servic*, Algona • Chrom« Service Algona • Viking Oil Co., Algona • Loppe * D-X, Bort 0 Myrray OH Co., Bancroft ' FAMOUS DIAMONDS OP HISTORY .-v'..'.?^yf $ Ikbac Shah rvl ;:.:-.••:: •:'••: :'r**< vsr:-,*.::.* %# £».*:••»: '{; •.'" V!;'..' : '$ •v»> This dazzling white diamond was a 16th century find in India, and has had a Checkered career. The stone weighed 116 carats in the rough and after first being a. part of the Peacojfc throne of the Mogul Em- paters in India it was carried off in a. Persian raid on that country in 1939. The stone was cut to 71 carats, was sold to a mystery person for $175,000, and was later taken to London. 250 tons of ore must today be processed to find a single carat of gem stone. More For Your 'Diamond Dollar' Here Here, we introduce you to a knowledge of Diamonds, and show you everything there is to know about the Diamond yeu may be considering. We give you expert advice on the 'set' of a Diamond, and we guarantee perfect finger fit of any ring selected. We are at your service, privately if you wish, to guide you in this most important selection of a lifetime. SHARP'S JEWELRY Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA q diamond is forever John Cotton, Lone Rock, Weds Des Moines Girl The Westminster United Presbyterian church at Des Moines was the setting June 3 at 8 p.m. for the marriage of Carole Lea Taylor and John Cotton. The bride is a daughter of Mr anc] Mrs A. Platt Taylor. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Willis J. Cotton of Lone Rock. Rev. Chester Yeates officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of white silk organza over taffeta, delicately etched with embroidered flowers. It was fashioned with a low scoop neckline aVid long sleeves tapered to a point over the wrist. The bouffant skirt with a .po.uf effect at the hipline endled \vith a 'c'h'apel train. Her snbi't veil ef bridal illusion was caught up into a crown of sequins and pearls. She carried a lace handkerchief made by her great- grandmother and a bouquet of white butterfly orchids and ivy. Mrs Richard V. Hanson was matron of' honor. Bridesmaids were Ann Hankcns, Florence Fuller and Mrs Vaughn Knapp. Kim Hanson was flower girl. Thomas Lammers served as best man and Robert Alfe, Roger Dreyer, Robert Crane and Richard Hanson served as ushers. Dirk Hanson was junior usher.. Ruth Fallein was organist and Patricia Peterson sang the wedl- ding prayer. A reception for 200 guests was given in the church lounge immediately following the ceremony. Hostesses were Mary Roberts, Mrs Alan Bennet and Mrs George Mitlauen "Mrs Reynald Peterson furnished piano music. The bride was a May graduate of ],owa State University where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi social sorority and Delta Phi Delta, Phi Upsilon Omicron and Mortar Board, honorary sororities. The groom is a senior at Iowa State University and will graduate in November. He is affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity. Alpha Zeta anc Phi Eta Sigma, honorary fraternities. The couple will spend the summer in Sula, Montana, returning to Ames in the fall, (Feiler Photo—UDM Engraving) Helen Dorweiler Of LuVerne To Wed August 24 Mr and Mrs George Dorweilei Lu-Verne, have announced th< engagement and approachini marriage of their daughtei Helen, shown here, to Davii Youngwirth, son of Mr and Mr Adolph Youngwirth, also of Lu Verne. The wedding will be hel Wednesday, Aug. 24, in S' Benedict Catholic church. (UDI Engraving) Burt Teacher To Summer School On Scholarship But — Harley O. Hansor math, and shop instructor a Burt high school, has beei awarded a Summer Nations Foundation of Science Scholar ship at the Missouri School c Mines at Rallo, Mo. Mr Hanson will attend schoc from June 6 to July 30. Brings out the, Wm m wbew you 6»d * ... wd U*. '60 OUMwUb • the rigbt pke* to lock! Bw*'» «M the Clash, da«h and »pirit yom emu MMgtM ... wkb •I rin WMfart, •moothnaw «o4 My fag (race yoa M?M* • M OUk C«t out «f *• wdJMry .., into m OfcW DAU'S GARAGE, 125 So, Dodge St., Algona, Iowa

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