The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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Engagement Announced Mr,and»Mrs Arthur-Alexander,, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage-of their daughter, Judy, shown here, to Dwight Decker, son of Mr and Mrs William Decker, Whittehiore. The > wedding is" set for July 10 at the Methodist church, Algona. (UDM Engraving). Officers Installed ' Newly-elected officers of C.D.A. were installed Thurs. evening by District Deputy Hilda Nemmers of Bancroft. She was assisted by Mrs Ervin Ulses and Collette Kockler. Following the / meeting, court whist was played and lunch served. Installed were: G., R. Helen Mikes; VI G. R. Donna Rdethler; Proph'. Shiela Reding; Mont. Mary McEnroe; Lect. Helen Miller; Hist. Lenore Kinsey; Treas. Joan Mertz; Fin. Secy. Barbara Dietrick; Org. Dianne Stebritz;, -Sent. Luella Murphy; Trustees, Rose Stebritz, Marie King and Imelda Engesser. Hostesses were; Josephine Arend, Grace Holland, Cecelia Dahlhaus- erj Elizabeth Grill, Marilyn Moore, Marie Frankl.j Helen Leigh, Rose Scanlan and Alice Thilges. There will be v no meetings In July and August. " Mimi Wright Engaged Mr and Mrs Brail Wright announce the engagement of their daughter, Mimi, to Ted Stang Jr. son of Mr andtMrsiiIfid^taJjgfQ Silvis, 111. ( * "*., ' Miss Wright has been attending Coe college at Cedar Rapids where she is affiliated with Alpha Xi Delta sorority... ; ' ' : Mr Stang is a 1960 graduate o Coe college and is a 1 member o Sigma Nu fraternity. He receivec a second lieutenant's commission with the-air force and will begin active duty in September. ' _ A late summer wedding i planned. • • . ' '. . ; • ., , ; ': Picnic At Jewell' Mr and Mrs' 'Harry; Phillip's, ewell, t former residents here/ were given a surprise picnic at" heir home June 12 by relatives arfd Mends. Prfesehi we're -M#s uirta Boevers, Mrs Helen Widdel. At and Mrs Duahe • Widdel and 'atty, Mr and Mrs Harry Haase, Ata jSdith Hayenga. Mrs Dan Grbss. Cheryl and Marian, Fenon, Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase inu Karen, Mrs : Carrie Haase, and rtr.and Mrs Gail Haase, Don arid 6ahy. , • , '•' Coffee Guests . Mrs William Runchey gaye a coffee Friday afternoon fof her Sister and niece Mrs Carrie Ulfers and Mrs A. Swinford; Lewis- ;qr)j Ida. Guests were Mrs August"; M£s: Alice ^'Clayton 1 ,' Mrs Carroll Potter, Mrs E'thel Potter, \Hra Ben Potter, Mrs Nell Potter, Mrs Rufus Lindhorst, Mrs Mary Wilier, Mrs Lyle Runchey, Mrs Wayh'e' Sfriith;- Ann : and ' SuSah. ^ancy Ulfers, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Ulfers,' is being married June 26 to Randall .Anderson and the Idaho visitors are remaining to attend the service. Linda Bonnett, 9 Mrs Robert Bonnett gaves 'a party .June 14 .in honor of the linth birthday ,of her. daughter, Linda. GUests .were the grandmothers Mrs Ira Bonnet); and Mrs Amy Johnson, Mrs Elmer BiinkOf- ske and Ruth and DeEtt Burris. Fatty Fi-asef, Diane Palmer and Peggy Zittritsch. Games were played : and refreshments were served.' : • •'• .' -• '>','• ' ' < Surprise Patty -• ' .'•' < Mrs R. A. Johnston was given a surprise party Wednesday in observance of her birthday.. In aU tendance were Mrs Alvin Briggs, Mrs Oliver ;Bakke,n, Mrs Joe DahlhaUser, M v rs Lqota Halpin, Mrs VVayrie Hanson and Mrs Dick Reynolds, who provided the re- fresnmen^s and presented the honore'e with, k gift, t , k , .; Mrs Baker' Honored " 'Mrs Ethel Potter entertained a 'group of ' friends Wednesday af- cernoon in compliment to Mrs. Jess Baker, 'nee Nma Roney, Selah Wash. Others in attendance ^wer Bep Potter,, Mrs Ray Potter ' - baugh, and MKJ Meda Redffeld. IWHEN YOU WAN FLOWER r'^**^ --' • ..u «1 [YOU GO TO Al toLORISIjT FOR ..PLUMBING AND HEATING SERVICE Call Us Guest Honored Atha Hardgrove entertained a few friertdS Wednesday evening for her sister Zelba, Mrs Ralph B.rown, of Fort' .Dodge. .Guests were Mrs James ; Allen,, Mrs Esther Benson, Mrs Ray Cook, Mrs Frank Ostrum, and Mrs Nellie Van'Allen. , , Shower Honoree Mrs Richard Frideres was hon dred with a pink and blue showe: June 13 in the home of Mrs Walte Elbert. Cards were played and 3nzes won by Mrs 1 Joe Smith ugh, Mrs Euwm Householder Low and chair. Lunch was served oy the nosiess. Attends, Anniversary • Mrs tiizabeih Vost went to Minneapolis last week to attend the silver wedding anniversary for her nephew'and wife, Mr and Mrs £d Wazlawick, She remained for a visit with her sister, Mrs Mary Wazlawick. Daughter Baptized" On May 2U, Tammy Jean Wacker oaugnier of Mr and Mrs Klmer A., was baptized at the Congregational church. Her Godparents were Mr and Mrs Edward Harp of Sioux Fall, S. D. Guild To Meet bt Thomas Guild will meet June 23 at 2 p.m. at the church, ttostesses are Abbie Tjaden and wirs W. &. Laage. Program is in cnarge 01 Mrs rioward Long. Cerds At Wagners . Mrs ivilke Wagner entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. Kansan Named i ' New Pastor For LuVerne Church • '( :•; i - - LuV«n6' ; »ii AlleM A.- Rtidow June" graduate ol Confiordia Theol6gical' ' Seminary of 1 St Lotfist Mo., (has accepted the call to 'the pastorate of the LuVerne ilon Evangelical' Lutheran dhureh.x The twenty-five year 1 Old.-graduate whose home is at Missibhy Kartsas, attended St. JbHn's College,. Wlnfield, Kansas, where he received his pre-theological' training • prior to entering the St. 'Louis serninaryi v ReVI Allen "Rudow will be ordained June 28 in Kansas and at the, LuVerne church, July 3 at 7:30 p.m. He has a-Wife and two* children. Rev. Rudow succeeds the latt Rev,. Louis W'ittenburg' who died in February. ' .'• Rev. D. E. Weiss, pastor of the West Bend Peace Lutheran church .has .served the local church service the death of the late Rev. Wittenburg. Robert Awe Weds Deloris Book, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Book of Fort 3odge; and Robert Awe, son of Ar. and Mrs.; Gerald Awe, Lu/erne- were married June 4 in St. John's , Lutheran church at 31ue' Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Trancis Shipman, ; Forty Dodge vere the attendants, The reception was held at Winnebago, Minn. Robert, a 1959 graduate of the LuVerne Comunity high school ,1s employed at • Fort Dodge where they will make ;heir, home.,Attending .from Lu- Verne were,Mr; arid Mrs. Herald Awe, parents of the groom. ; '" '' l> ' * __..!_- V f i '' '' •' " Miss 5 Hinz Honored /Edith Hinz, ; bride-elect was honored with a pre : nuptial linen and coin shower Tuesday evening in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran "church with 55 sharing the courtesy. Hostesses were Mrs Earl Barton and Virginia-Barton. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Lillie.O. Hesse, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Charles Hinz and Mrs. Erviri Barton. ; v. • • , A .program, in charge of Mrs. Erv'ih., Barton included: accordion solos, Monte Hanson, games and piano solo, Mrs. James Mai- lory, Janice Frost and Virginia Barton- assisted^-in*openinj? the gifts. Miss Hinz, daughter of Mr. and Airs. Arnold Hinz, was married to Harvey Holder, Fonda June 19 : in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church with Rev. -E. A. Weiss, West Bend, officiating. services at the rural Ztoft' ttifr Herafi church-Storm Lake., were guests at" a fafewelt di..-^ in the home of her. brother, Principal,,and Mrs. Walter^ J, Heddel family. >Mrs' REddepfetu accepted a call to Bl6otnlrtgtpn Minn., a suburb south of Minnffr, polls. " , ' ;* -v ^ 60MING STARTS > • Kramer attended the we'dding tif Ruth Ann' Jenseft, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs, LesfiejJensfn tif Liverrnore, to Robelt Befte ol St. Joa Monday morning at lavcrmore. Mr. and'" Mrs. Ben Schmidt wore callers .in the, Henry Scheppmann home at. AlgottS Thursday. They, Were 'celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Schepp- ftiann. • i Mr. arid Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh of Ankeny were Saturday overnight guests in the Gene Blanchard home. Sunday afternoon callers in the Ben Schmidt home were Mr and Mrs. Fritz Newbrough and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rbberl Schmidt ,and Mike Rouse of Fairmont. Becky Hughes of Sac City is spending the week in the Andrew Thompson home. Burt .Lancaster helps Audrey* Hepburn in-loading and firing a rifle during an attack on their, household by hostile Indians. This is one of th'e many .exciting sequences in "The • Unfqr- given," a United Artists release •filmed in Technicolor. The picture, which was directed , by Academy-Award winner John Huston will open Wednesday ;af the Algona Theatre. LONE ROCK NEWS : Mrs. Hanna Brown and August Brown Jr. . of Humboldt ' were Tuesday evening guests in the Harvey Larsen home. Becky Brandow came with the Brown's and, will spend the summer In the Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton. Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard , Mr. and Mrs, Howard Bier*Stedt and faniity were Sunday visitors in thfe Franklin Mueller at Fenton. I3inner iuests Thursday evetu ing ift the J&k Cjulnh hbffiiB were Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Ouyer and family of Swea City, Mrs. Saxton of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Quinn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Qtiinn and family left for .Chicago, where Mr. Quinn will be employed as an engineer. Margaret Christensen, Ann and Jean of Belgrade, Minn visited from Friday until Tuesday in the E. A. Lee and the Alf. Krueger names. CHILDREN When the school bell rings in the fall, it will be the first time in 31 years that Mrs Harvey Fabcr won't be sending one of Tuesday, Jon* 21, i960 Algona (Id.) Pet her children off to school. Al' seven of the Fa her .children attended school 'at Minburn and all of them graduated from the local high school. The young- graduated from Central Dal- las this year. The state of Nebraska was the first state in the U. S. to Celebrate Arbor Day, where observance began, in 1872. . 1 ' ' ' • Blake Funeral Homes Homes At LUVERNE WESLEY- RENWICK TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled ( ( 1 . - IOWA ft* TAT 1 13 Safe -T Confidential — Friendly ALGONA, IOWA There Are A Dozen Other Brands For ordinary, simple home plumbing repairs, you need a screwdriver, a smootn. jawed adjustable wrench, a rubber plunger force cup and a 10-foot auger. But nio$t people don'( feel "P to doing t^ir own plumb, ing repairs, ana Jpr Was we are thankful. ''AH joking aside, we be« |iw« w« caa do it for you mo/e satisfactorily and at lower cost. And «* . antee pur work. For thing in plumbjng ' P, R, IRONS HiATIN© Return From Trip 'Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings, their son, the. Robert Bigings famjly returned Wednesday from a ten-day vacation trip to Illinois and Ohio. ' Enroute they visited William Bigings niece Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kincker at Bensereville, suburb of Chicago. In Columbus, Ohio they were guests of their eldest' daughter and sister Vera, the Martin P. Sweet family. To make a complete family reunion they were joined by their youngest dau'ghter Mary Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Toberman of St. Louis, Mo. The occasion was the graduation of their granddaughter and niece Marilyle Sweet. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Baker. Lamar, Colo, are the parents of a son, Jack Michael, -born June 20. They have a daughter Jill. Mrs. Baker, . former Barbara Meyer is the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson of Memphis, Tenn. arrived for the summer months with his parents, 1,he Ralph T. Davidson's Vernon graduated from Memphis State University May 28. • Hf plans to secure a teaching position "in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oberhelman family attended Sunday AMERICA'S two top names in Hay Conditioners at BRADLEY'S! '**"' For 20 years Bradley Bros! have been offering^armers in this area the finest names in~farm machinery. Down through the years, we have endeavored to carry out this policy. ,Now, in the relatively new "Hay Conditioning" field, there are already 14 companies in the field producing hay cond.t.oners. _^ We are proud to tell our farmer customers that we believe we have the two finest machines from this field - the GEHL CRUSHER and the OLIVER CRIMPER. Again you may'note that we offer one of each tyfce of conditioner - so no matter whether you prefer the crusher or the crimper, we can sat.s- fy your needs. Now — with the first cutting of hay in progress and the second and third cutting just over the horizon - come in to BRADLEY BROS, and let us explain to you the exact specification advantages of these two hay conditioners over a dozen others in the field. GEHL'S CURE-ALL HAY CONDITIONER phone CY 4*3535 - Your Newspaper Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. t .,,%..••. •T' • • • . . cracks the stems from bud to butt This one delivers a bigger payoff in, fresh-cut hay, slick grass or heavy-weight alfalfa. A herringbone rubber roll working against a steel conditioning roll splits stems, from top to bottom with gentle, leaf-saving action. Lays a light, well-ventilated swath that dries quickly. Adjustable roll pressure (with flip-lever release and reset) cleans the rolls if stones or wires are picked up with the swath. Stop in soon /or details. LOOK at the ! advantages these two nationally known Hay Conditioners offer you OIHl'S PTO POWW PARTNiBS .,. Hit the burden from ygwr back, make your tractor payback more GEHL 10! VfAKS Of HMKfj YOUR NAY CONDITIONING HEADQUARTERS IN KOSSUTH CO. OLBVEft Conditioner Stop in this week * New No. 95 gives you a uniformly cured crop- conditions instead of cruahes. * Money-saving, time-saving way to higher qual» ity hay—reduces exposure (o bleaching sun. * Simple, low-cost hitching to Oliver semi-mounted mowers for I-IKISS operation. 4= Low and close-coupled, trails mower around 90- degree turn without interference. * Ruggedly built for high speeds—tubular frame and hitch—triple V-belt sai'ety drive. * Large-diameter, 80-inch corrugated rolls take full 7-foot swath of heaviest hay, * Adjustable, independent compression springs on cringing rolls insure complete conditioning. * Alignment of crimping rolls with 15-inch carry ing wheels prevents scalping of high six>ts. WWWVMWIVWWV^^ BRADLEY I £Y 43421 ^ '- OLIVER — QPHL — §LjT(,E|l— FIRESTONE ^•,*F ,-- .W^^.* "*-"-v- fc< „'• - , ' • i • • ALGONA

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