The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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- Jl,. . J*,. 6-Algono (k«.) Upptf ft* Melnet Tuesday, June 14, 1960 Jacqueline Vander Waal Married Here Recently Jacqueline Day Vander Waal become the bride of William Hutchinson in a ceremony June 5 in First Methodist church here. The couple's parents are Mr and Mrs M. L. Vander Waal, Algona, and Mr and Mrs D. S. Hutchinson, Storm Lake. Dr. H. E. Hutchinson, grandfather of the bridegroom, and the Rev. N. Coughenour officiated at the ceremony. Organist was Mrs Newton Coughenour and Kim Deal sang. Cheryl Vander Waal served as moid of honor Larry Zwemke, AHa, was best man and Lee Vander Waal. Lee Landhuis and Keith Landhuis seated the guests. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Judy Nordly registered the guests and Mrs F. L. McMahon and Mrs William Stollcy poured. Jean- Nixon presided at the punch bowl and Mrs A. J. Remind-' cui the cake. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and of Iowa' State Teachers College at Cedar P'ulls, with a B. A. in elementary education. She has been teaching sixth grade in the Cherokee schools. The bridegroom is also an Algona high school graduate and attended Iowa State Teacher? college. He served four years in the air force and will be a senior this fall at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. The couple was featured in the Algona Upper Des Moines' bridal issue last month. They will live at Storm Lake. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell, Mrs Clem Cavanaugh and Joan Roland of Bode recently drove to Stanhope Saturday to attend the wedding of Mary Carlson, fourth grade teacher at Bryant building, to William Johnson, Kanawha. The couple will be at home in Belmond. To Convention Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley went to Mount Pleasant to attend the P.E.O. convention. She was accompanied by Mrs Robert Wat- sOn of Humboldt, delegate from the chapter there. Circle Hostess Mrs Katherine McMurray entertained her Congregational Fellowship circle with Mrs Lyle Mathes and Mrs Harold Long as assisting hostesses. Shower Honoree Mrs Arnold Gerdcs was given a pink and blue shower at Mrs Harold Erpelding's. Assistant hostesses were Mrs Robert Carlson, Mrs Wayne Goodman, Mrs Dick McGinnis, and Mrs Duanc Riley. Guests were Mrs Arthur Hicks of Sexton, Mrs John Schultz Jr. of Irvington, Mrs Dean Bilyeu, Mrs Bert Baldwin. Mrs Edward Crawford, Mrs Charles Hanson, Mrs Lester James, Mrs James Kunkel, Mrs Al Missal, Mrs Walter Peterson, Mrs Joe Preslhus, Mrs Robert Riedel and Mrs Alvin Steinhart. Birthday Party The birthday of Mrs Marie Kunz was celebrated recently with a picnic at her home. In attendance were Mr and Mrs H. F. Gopelrud and Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch and families. Paul Grandgenel! Paul. J. Grandgenett, son of Mr and Mrs A. J. Grandgenett of Algona, and Evelyn Rahons, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry [{ay- hens of Garner, were married at St. Wenceslaus Catholic church at Duncan, last week. The bride is a graduate of Garner high and has been employed at the Hancock National IJiink in Garner. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy here, and is serving in the U.S. Ait Force. They will gr> to Japan, following a wrdding trip. LoRoy Gnmdgerte.n attended his brother as best man- at the ceicmony. which was followed by a reception nl the Garner Memorial Building. Miss Bourne Honored Barbara Jane Bourne, daughter of Dr ;md Mrs M. G. Bourne was honored last Tuesday at a pre-nuptial shower and luncheon at one", o'clock at the 1 Al^ona hotel. Hostesses were Mesdames J. B. Cash. C. R. Schohy, I). C Hutchison. R. I. Mawdsley. H. W Miller, Eugene MurtnKh. H. W. Pletch and G. W. Sefrit. Miss Bourne's ma fringe to David Haggart, Omaha. Neb., will take place July 2 in the First Congregational church. The reception following will be ai the Country Club. Party For Children Mrs James Arencl gave a birthday parly. June 3, for her son and daughter, Dan and Debbie. Guests were Mrs Wayne Goodman and Brencla, Mrs Dick McGinnis. Suzanne, Mike and Janelle, Mrs Ed Rhunke, Mike, Dan, Kevin and Maureen, Mrs' John Crowley, Mike and Theresa,. Mrs Merle Thompson, Ronnie, Joe, Sharon, Barbara and Kelley and Mrs Robert Buscher, Lfnda, Becky and Jerry. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs Elizabeth Post entertained her bridge club recently at Mrs Mabel Paxson's. Mrs Kelso Hostess Mrs James Kelso entertained her birthday club members recently. The anniversary of Mrs Rose Sigsbee was observed. Portland News The Portland Social Club met June 9 at the home of Mrs Tom Jancll. The club gave two clol lars to the Cancer Fund; Mr Clifford Young was in charge o! the program. Mrs S. R. Parsons and Mrs Ray Fitch received pri/.es. Mr and Mrs Henry Radmakei of Titonka were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and Jean and Mr and Mrs Henry Eisenbarth and family of Lu- Verne enjoyed a picnic dinner and fishing at Wilmer Lake, Minn. Sunday. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy 'went to Foil Dodge Wednesday afternoon where she entered Lutheran hospital for surgery. Her room number is 231, for her friends who would like to drop her a card. It is not known at this time how long she will be fhere. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and Jean visited at the home of Robert's parents, Mr and Mrs W. A, Wood at Algona. Monday dinner guests- at the Edmund Larsen home were C. T. Domer of El Paso, Texas, Mrs Effie Teeter and Donna, the Harvey Larsens, Soren Larsens and Mrs Arnold Soma of Fairmont, the Harvey Johnsons, Clarence Christensens of Titonka and Becky and Roger Brandow of Humboldt. Mrs Wendell Christensen and Donna Teeter were hostesses at a personal shower, Monday evening, for Beverly Larsen, who will be married June 26. Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs 'Elizabeth Kennedy were Mr and Mrs Henry Quintons of Garner, Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Al- Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain, Hew Ynrk, N. T. (Special) _ For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pnin — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were M thorough that lutTercm mail* astonishing statement* lilt* Tiki have ceased to be • problem!" The secret ia • new healing §uU- stance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance is n«w available in tuppoaitory or ointment form under the name Preparation H.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. ••«•. U. ft. Pat. (ML vin Keeper of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman. Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mrs Kennedy, Homer and Paul Tienan were Mr and Mrs Jcrald Ticht of Payson,.Ariz., cousins of Homer and Paul and Mr nnd Mrs Ollie Krusc of Cylinder. Sue Rasmussen went 1o Iowa City where she spent the weekend with her sister and husband. Mr and Mrs D. C. Ilausrath. The Portland 4-H boys went on their tour Thursday* and enjoyed a picnic at the Portland community hall. Sevvral parents also attended. Mrs Victor Fitch spent Thursday at the home of her parents, •Mr and Mrs George Hix. Mrs George. Hix visited at the Dwight and Stanley Ruse home? Friday afternoon. The Portland Progress club will meet June 16. at the home of Mrs Frank Becker with Mrs Ttay Fitch and, Mrs Victor Frich assistant hostesses. Mr and Mrs Mclvin Haase and 'amily, Mr/nnd Mrs Chris Manse, Bernice and Leona Haase wen Sunday dinner guests at the Eriiil Hnaek home at Lone Rock, in honor of their son Donald's confirmation. About'35 relative:; the dinner. ' Mr nnd Mrs Harold Frnmbnch. of Whitternore visited Thursday cveninR at the S. R. Parsons home. "Rabies are little • angels, whose wings grow shorter ns llieir logs grow longer." STOHAGF CABINETS, metal, a!: ijppcr bes Moines. . ! YOUR BEST PROTECTION AGAINST HAIL LOSS through your local "FMH" agent For extra safety, extra service, and fast settlement of claims, insure your crop income with Farmers Mutual Hail. Your local agent is backed up by 30 full-time fieldmen and 100 adjusters. Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra sost. Ask your agent or write today. 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