The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 8
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•~Al*onti (fa.) Upper fa* Molnes Tuesday, June 14, 1960 Rosalee Reding Married In St* Joe Church June 1 Around Algona Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst have named their new son, Scott Allen. —o—' Mrs Harold Cowan was admitted to St. Ann hospital Sunday as a medical patient. ^ )__ Eight Specs card club will meel Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Lester Johnson. Mrs Leora St. John has returned from a week's trip to Lawrence, Kansas where she visited hot- sister. —o— Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson, former residents now of ' Cedar Falls spent a day last week with datives and friends here. Mr and Mrs George Cook spent several days last week at Iowa 'ity where their son, Douglas had check-up at University hospitals. —o—• The Knights of Columbus will ' have a father-son banquet June 19 at 7 p.m. in the K. C. hall. Reservations are to go to Matt •\mfahr. Mr and Mrs Don Ferris and • rian LaBarre are spending this veek in Keokuk with Mrs Ferris Barents, Mr and Mrs C. B. Schouten. An informal pot-luck suppet for all St. Cecelia's parishioners will be held June 20, at the Academy hall. —o— Sara Unit of .the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at'1:30. Mrs Clayton Percival, Mrs E. C. Isaacson and Mrs Hilda Gronwall are hostesses. The program will be with the unit leader, Mrs Anita Haase. : St. Joe — In a 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, June 1, ceremony in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Rosalee Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding became the bride of Ronald Evanson of Humboldt. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Howard Friders, William Reding, John Illg and Thomas Wagner. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor-length gown of chantilly lace with sabrina neckline and long pointed sleeves and a cascade bouffant ruffled skirt; The finger tip Juliet beaded cap bridal veil of illusion net caught at the back with three petals of taffeta and carried a cascade of lilies of the valley centered with a lavender orchid. Alma Illg was maid of honor and Sharon Reding was junior bridesmaid. Don Devine was best man. John .Reding and Jerry Devine were ushers. The ceremony was-followed by a dinner at the Plantation ball- room at. Whittemore with a reception from 2 to 5 o'clock with Mrs George Wagner cutting the cake and Mrs Ralph Reding pouring. The bride, a graduate of St Joseph's high school, ' is employed at Humboldt. The groom a graduate of the Woden high school, is employed at Ft. Dodge. Following a wedding trip to Minnesota they will be at home in Humboldt. (Isaacson Photo— UDM Engraving) Marvin Kohlhaas, "son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, had his tonsils and adenoids removed in St. Joseph's hospital, Fort Dodge, Tuesday. C. D. A. Mother-Daughter banquet will be held Tuesday evening, June 14. Ruth Ann Klein, Doris Ann Kohlhaas from here and Mary Kay Shanley of Webster City and Barbara Kcllner of Algona spent from Wednesday till Sunday with Mrs Annie Geischecker in Algeria. Charlene Thul, daughter of Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church-were Carla Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs David Harig; Michael Christopher, son of Mr and Mrs Edward H. Adams. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church meets this evening (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs Vaughn Brown. Mrs James Wildin is co- hostess, Mrs Harley Troutman, Tr. lias the program and Mrs Leon Martin, devotions. —o— United Presbyterian Woman's general meeting will be Thursday afternoon at 1:30. Ruth Circle, Mrs Harley Troutman, Jr., chairman, will have the program and Mrs Richard Burt will give devotions. Several bridal showers were given for Mrs Tom Kinsey, the former Darlene Skogstrom. Mrs Joel Reding and Arlene Kramer were hostesses at one party, and at Van's Cafe, Mrs Lawrence Winkel, Mrs Cliff Skogstrom, Mrs Nellie Van Allen, Mrs Jack Henry, Mrs Ferris Miner r Mrs Eldon Hovey and Janice Kinsey were hostesses. Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, a 1959 St. Joseph's graduate, is employed at Minneapolis. JUST BACK FROM MARKET With HUNDREDS Of Sparkling New SUMMER DRESSES CHRISCHILLES STORE We have just returned from two very successful market trips to Minneapolis and Chicago and have brought back literally HUNDREDS of NEW, attractive, reasonably priced summer dresses for your wearing comfort. These dresses are "hot off the style griddle" — the latest trends, the newest fabrics, the smartest styles. Come in while stocks are complete. THIS STORE IS COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED (Both Floors) WITH LATEST LENNOX EQUIPMENT - JUST THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE. SALE OF SPRING DRESSES CONTINUES We still have two racks of very desirable SPRING DRESSES, adaptable for summer wear and priced at BELOW COST for quick selling. Pick up a dress or two for cool nights and early Fall wear. $9.98 to $17.98 CONCENTRATING *1 V DAINTY DRESSES AT * $12.98 -$14.98 ON COOL, As Shown $29.98 NEW WHITE HATS Two new shipments of attractive white 'summer hats are here — priced right and styled to perfection. Plum Creek Women's Club will have a guest day June 22 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs Claude Seely. Mrs August Slagle and Mrs Bill Kuhn will be assisting hostesses and the program is in charge of Mrs John Scuffham and Mrs Willis Etherington. —o— Sherry, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Baker, was eleven years old Friday and her mother entertained at a party for her. A scavenger hunt and ball games were the entertainment. Guests were Becky Fraser, Debbie Wetzel, Jean Sigsbee, Mary Way, Marcia, and Susan Barry, Carol Gerike, Luanna Leek, Barbara Faulstich, Sandra Leek, Ann Norman, Patty Fraser and Cindy Schumacher, ,-. Circles of the Methodist church .vill meet Thursday, June 16. 9:30 a.m. breakfasts will be held' As follows: Sept., Mrs William Runchey; November, Mrs J. B. Asa; April, Mrs Don Potter; May, .Call State Park. December circle will have a 10 a.m. coffee at Mrs Kenneth Medin's; January, a 1 o'clock pot luck luncheon at Mrs John Cash; February circle will meet at 2 p.m. with Mrs Philip 'Arndorfer and March, at 1:30 p.m. at Mrs Hugh Black's. Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons and Linda Smith, daughter of Mrt and Mrs Craig Smith, arrived home Thursday after her freshman year at the State University of Iowa. She is employed at the swimming pool for the summer. Mike and Tom are leaving soon for a month's trip to Texas. At Fort Worth they will visit the son, Dwight and family; at Houston, the daughter, Mrs Tom Bolling, and at Amarillo, the son, Lowell and family. On the return trip they will visit at Tulsa, Okla. with Mrs Parsons' brother, Maurice Kelley who formerly lived hero. nttnck. She hfid resided nt Fowler for the past 47 years. Funeral services for Mrs Raa- berg were held Thursday afternoon in the Trinity Lutheran church at flowler and burial was at the Fowler cemetery. Mary Jensen was born Nov. 14, 1880 at Sleepy Eye, Minn., the daughter of Soren nnrl Jnhnnna Jensen. The family moved to Iowa when she was six months old and she later was married to Chris E. Rnaberg at Algona, Dec. 20, 1905. The family moved to Fowler in 1913. She was preceded in death by two brothers, a sister and two children. Three daughters, a son, all of Fowler, two brothers, a sister, six grandchildren and seven great-grnndchildrcn survive. She had suffered from n hejirt condition for several years. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. . New circles for the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church have been drawn and chairman and cochairmen appointed as follows: September;:Mrs T. C. Hutchison, Mrs Elizabeth Post; October, Mrs Perry Collins, Mrs Ed Magg; November, Mrs Louis Kelley; December, Mrs Don Nelson,'Mrs G. R. Cook; February, Mrs Cecil Will; March, Mrs Marjorie Apple, Mrs Leonard Maasdam; April, Mrs George Harris, Mrs Joe Tschetter; May, Mrs J. B. .Asa, Mrs John Thompson; June, Mrs Robert Schoby, Mrs Robert Diekmann; Weslyan .Guild, .Neva Steven, Leona Smith. ' Algona Man's Sister Passes In Colorado Mrs Mary Jensen Raaberg, 79. sister of Chris Jensen of Algona died early Tuesday morning, June 7, in the yard of her home at Fowler, Colo, following a heart Pardon Me for butting in.... Bui after all a Father has the right , to give a hint where you might find his favorite gift for Father's Day, this coming Sunday .... .... YOU'LL FIND IT AT Honsbruch Drug Cameras, razors, shaving supplies, pens and pencils, Hallmark greeting cards, cigarettes, billfolds, travel cases, Cigarette lighters, Russell Stover Candies, etc. *'<•, BATHER'S DAYis SUN. JUNE 19 Fathers ar* really very swell folks. Somehow though, we don't get around'to telling Pop how much, we think of .him very often. That time is coming. ' ' -. ""-' ' " . ' 5 "1 •.-,.''•'; . ' ' So ... oh Father's Day (June 19), make a big fuss over him. Let him know what a really grand and glorious guy you think he is. Tell him with your actions every* day of the year, and with a very specie*! gift thir Sunday. INCIDENTALLY;. .. if you;haven't as yet selected a Gift for YOUR dad -. i'-v Comet-fa and'let us show you the many things we have that are sure<to f)le«s*"The'Greatest Guy.on Earth" .. » ., just a few selections can be found below:. , >. . . . , A Few Gift Ideas from THE HUB VAN HUESEN WHITE A VAN .HUESEN Wash 'N Wear Shirt Really Does It! Plenty Of Good Wearing For Dad -And Style-Right Always. Your Choice Of Short or Long Sleeves. ALL SIZES $4.25 MASTERBILT SLACKS Dunk, Drip-Dry, And Wear.. . A Wide Choice Of Patterns A Colors To Please Dad. And Mom Will Like Them Too, They're So Easy To Launder. All Sizes. $8.95 Up FREE GIFT WRAPPING SPORT SHIRTS.. McGregor Sport Shirts Are A Gift That Get Close To Dad's Heart In More Ways' Than One . . . Knits, Rayons, Cottons, And A Whopping Big Selection, Too. $4.00 Other Sport Shirts From $2.98 PAJAMAS.... Weldon Made, In A Fine Selection, Including Those Light, Cool Summer Jobs. A Practical And Pleasing Gift. Short Sleeves, Short Leg. $4.25 OTHER HUB GIFT SELECTIONS • Stevens Straw Hats • Jantzen Swim Trunks • Campus Sportswear • Sport Coats, Jackets • Interwoven Sox • Swank Jewelry ^xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'xxxxxx^xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/^^^^ TIES By WEMBLEY Our Father's Day Tie Selection It At Its test - No Motttr What Hit likes, W* Have It. $1,50 HUB LEUT OTUAMS ALGONA,IOWA

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