The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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•**;•>"•,; V U*< «v" • >•*'* >• • '• „ , - \ ' , (UkfBftfl* (la,) Upps* Pe* MdttuB tuesday, June 21, 1960 •~V*> T'VT—^ •&!•?$ *<"*'' Mr and M._ Sunday' On a vacation of a week to northern! Minnesota. . M* and Mrs D^tfigAi Frambach spent from Monday through Fri•day at Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs John D, Cash had Mr and Mrs Clifford Bowman, Spencer, as guests Sunday. Mt and Mrs Floyd turner were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Cornelius' DeKruif, Sheldon. Mrs Eidn* Harr has returned from a visit' of a week at Madrid With Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr an Mr f and 1 Mrs'M.L.VanderWaal and Cheryl drove to Cherokee Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs Bill Hutchinson. ' Cheryl Rusk, Sally Bay and Barbara Wicks are spending the week at the Lutheran camp at the Okobojis.' ... Mrs Clem Cavanaugh had as callers Wednesday John Brown and daughters, Betty and Rosemary, St. Paul. j ; . Mrs Jim Walker and daughter Charla 'Jo spent from Saturday till Wednesday-with her mother Mrs Rose Kraft.LoneRock. Dr. Charles Creizmeyer, Philadelphia, Pa., spent from last, week; Wednesday till Sunday with his . mother Mrs'C. H.-Cretzmeyer and sister, 'Jane. - . ' \ : Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby and the letter's mother Mrs, Maude Nelson spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mrs Nelsons sister Mrs Carrie Julyri. Kim Sloniker, son of the Miles Slonikers;, is vacationing the month of June,, at his maternal grandparents .home, The William Senne's, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Ted Larson have as guests' their daughter Meredith, Mrs William Hobbins, and daughters Christie, Debbie and Cindy, Madison, Wis. They will be' here Fred Erickson, Leon Laird and Max spent the weekend in Chicago. All 'attended some league baseball games. Mrs Rose WestHng returned Saturday after visiting at Stratford, Boone and Dayton with friends and relatives. Cecil Schilmoeller, son of Mr and Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller, has received ,his discharge from eer vice in the marines and is home. Mr and Mrs have as guests Ronald Gladys Taylor Taylor UdVC €30 £,u*~""— -« - Charles City, and Mr and Mrs "»Vk Taylor, Grand Rapids, Mich Mts Milo Rentz had her grand jon, Norman Hanvick, Elmore for a few days while Mrs Han vick was recuperating from mino; surgery. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor ob served Fathers Day Monday and spent the time at Lake Mills with Mrs Taylor's parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zielske. . Mr and Mrs 'Jess Riddle of Claremont, Calif, and Mr and Mrs Robert Chambers and family of Pomona, Calif, are visiting relatives and friends. A Johnson family reunion was held Sunday in the park at Alden. In attendance from here were Mr and- Mrs James Walker, Charles and John, and Mrs Gilbert Fosnaugh.; . . Mr and Mrs Frank Vera have had the latter's sister Edith, Mrs Warl Mullarkey, of Rock Island, 111., who has also visited her sister-in-law. Mrs Martin Geerdes at Swea City. : Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley took their daughter, Susan Ann, back to Urbana, 111. last week where she will complete her graduate work. Susan-Ann joins the faculty of the University of Florida, Sept. 6. Dr. and Mrs Kelley returned on a leisurely trip via Springfield, III NEW THE ONLY TRUCKS WITH ADVANCED V-6 POWER PROVED SUPERIOR ON TORTURE TESTS! 'One test drive will prove the superior performance ,-. . full Working-power over a broad range at lower engine rprru Actual tests prove these exclusive V-6 engines can give you u p to' 200,000 miles of continuous operation without a major over-) haul...with proper maintenance and reasonable application.^ COME IN TODAY. SEE AND DRIVE THE MOST ADVANCED TRUCKS IN 20 YEARS AT Bradley Bros. Mf and Mrs C. E. SZaugg we*e Visited over the weekend by their daughter Karen, Des Moines. Karen was graduated from Garn- gan high school in May.. , Mr and Mrs Charles Clemen* are being visited by Mr and^Mrs Robert Clement, of near Portland, Ore., and Mr and Mrs Tom Clement, Hettinger, N. D. Mr and Mrs Dara Mendenhall have returned to their home at Laramie, Wyo., after a visit here with friends at Buffalo, Center with Mr and Mrs Charles Recker. Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen, Mr and Mrs Frank Vera, Mrs Earl Mullarkey and Galen Schrarn, Clear Lake were guests of Mr and Mrs Lester Hagen Thursday even- Victor Seely, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely, left Thursday for Fort Sill, Okla. for six weeks officers training course under R, O; T. C. of Iowa State University Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchen- reuther are being visited till July 7 by their daughter, Phyllis, Mrs Harry Gorman, and daughters Tracy and -Terry, Westchester, 3 Mr' and Mrs Ed Wolcott were visited Wednesday and Thursday by Mr and Mrs L. L. Wheeler, Miami, Fla. Mr Wheeler was a resident here a number of years 8 Tom Zender who is employed with the Rosemont Engineering company at St. Paul, came to spend the Fathers Day weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. J. Zender. Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks have as guests the latter's mother Mrs Clara Holm, Oakland, Calif., Mr and Mrs H. H. Hall and daughter Mrs Tom Hagedorn, of Englewood, Calif. Mr and Mrs Russell Cole were at Lamoni Sunday and brought back their children Vernon, Janet and Rhonda who had visited since Memorial day with Mr and Mrs Harold Hawley. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell have been visited by Mr and Mrs Leroy. Johnson and Merilee, of Rock Island, 111., and their son Larry of Cedra Falls and his fiancee Karen Barta. Mrs Fred Erickson was recently hospitalized and when dismissed was joined here by her sister Mrs Walter Lunn, Lakota, who remained here during Mrs Erickson's convalescence. Mrs Cecil Snyder, Randy and Rickie and Mrs Vic Friders, Wayne, Margaret/ Paul and Laura spent Friday at Clear Lake with Mrs Frider's uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Don Palmer. Mrs M. P. Haggard and daughter Barbara have as guest Mrs Forrest Twogood, nee Eleanor Haggard, of Los Angeles, Calif, she arrived Sunday and will regain for a three week visit. Mrs C, G. Venteicher and Jan* ce and Judy returned Friday rom Osage where they had visited a couple of days with Mr and Mrs L. A. Venteicher and Mrs William Marr and son, formerly f Georgia. Mrs Bernard Ferden and Mrs Arthur Obrecht joined Mrs A. J. <ayer and Mrs Dennis Poduska f Rolfe and Laurens, respective- y, at the home of Mrs Ella Ferden n Rolfe one day last week and made preparations for her return fter hospitalization. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman were joined by Mr and Mrs Robert ' Marlow, Mr and Mrs James Vlarlow and the father Del Marow, Lone Rock, and all spent Bathers Day fishing at Iowa Lake, n the evening the Dallmans went to Terril to visit the parents, Mr and Mrs John Dallman. Mrs Ernest Hutchison, Steve and Jennilee joined the parents Mr and Mrs William J. Arnold at LeMar, Mo., and with them went to Phoenix, Ariz., to visit Mr and Mrs William Arnold Jr. From there they went to California to visit various relatives in Los Angeles and Long Beach. The trip was started May 30 and the party will return home July 4 Mrs P. W. Hansen and her granddaughter, Janice Danielson recently visited Francis Hix, i nephew of Mrs Hansen, at Waterloo. They also visited in the home of Mrs Hansen's daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Andrew Miller, Cedar Rapids. Before re turning to Algona, they toured through the Amana colonies Davenport, Rock Island and Mo ne, 111. Mr and Mrs James Walker hay s guests their daughter Mrs Gil jert Fosnaugh and son Charle Walker, Gothenberg, Neb., wh ame for Fathers Day. Othe uests have been Mr and Mi nd Mrs Frank Hutchinson, Alen, Mr and Mrs Homer Johnson nd Diane, Webster City and Mind Mrs Gordon Giddings, Benton City, Wash. Marilyn JiMz Weds jtf ; •''• Fen/oft, Cijimd/iy, June // bfoiclefed erysinlettc oW white taffeta, It had* a square seal- lojped neckline, ieng sleeves coming to & itoint, and scalloped[net il»eitS fuhniftg,,down the front iftd batsk,., Sh^'WOfe a' dtiltured p-bM tfeekiaae,-, a gift of ,the grtlom,and sh^ carried'a cascade bf 1 white roses, Following l the ceremony a re* eefrtion fdf ;200 wag held in the dilirch pfirl&tSVTKei guest book wa> irt eh'aff«Tof Phyllis' Ander,- fon; ,the:,gifts, were opened by Ka'ren DafViell, Sandra Fennema, Ro'salyn-fiashafa, and Mary Ann Barton. Th'e wedding cake was Cut by'Mrs rfoHh Braridt, and Lena RUnksmeler. flihing room hostesses were Mts A<< J. Kra- rriersmeier and Mrs Harley Berhow. Mrs Fred Runksmeier and Mrs Gilbeft Anderson poured coffee; Mrs W.' E. Wiemer served punch. ' Waitresses' were Shirley Smith, Paula Nitz, Carol Ann Runksmeier and Gloria Pingcl. Hostesses'Were Mrs B. Gilbertson, Mrs John Darnell, Mrs Ray Sorenson, Mrs Herman Goetz, Mr's Soren Pederson, Mrs Alfred Menke and Mrs Ted Green. The bride is a graduate of the Ledyard Community high school in the class of 1960.' The groom is also a graduate of the Lea- yard high school and since graduation has be;en farming with' his father. Following a wedding trip Ho Wisconsin the couple will be at home on & farm. .4% miles north of Ledyard. gown of imported Swiss organza with flowing ruffled train. The, Sed bodice had a round seal. loped neckline and was trimmed With jeweled al^ a jf ^^ veil of sheer imported silk 11* Itision was held in place" with a crown of organza trimmed with irHdescents. She carried a bouquet of ^phanotis centered with a white Orchid, The bride's attendants were Mary Lou Gales, sister of the bride, Margaret Frohlmg of Si The groom's attendants were Donald Weydert, Al Olson and Michael Kisch, all from Liver- njore. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner and reception was held at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittemore. At the reception .Mrs John Berte, sister of the groom, cut the cake and Mrs J6hn Capesius, sister of the sride, poured.' . , After a short wedding trip though the Black.Hills they wil be at home in LivermOre. Fenton — Marilyn •' Jentz, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. George Jentz became the bride of Arthur Eugene Havens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glade Havens of Corning, la. Saturday June llth at 7 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church. Rev. Friedrich officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned;in white embroidered silk organza. The molded bodice featured -a scoop neckline, and short sleeves accented by tiny bows. Gtmtly flowing pleats fell from the bas- que bodice to form a graceful chapel train. An organza, bow held her imported silk Illusion veil. Mrs. Harry Potter '•} of Columbus, Ohio, was matron of Honor; Mrs. Clellan Wildes of Cedar 'Rapids was bridesmaid and Karen Jentz was flower girl. ' Dick Gushing of Van Meter, Iowa was best man; Tom Pnelps of Washington, D.C. was groomsman, and John Wharton of Indianapolis, Ind. was ring bearer Ushers were Harry Potter., and Rabel Bardge of Columbus, Ohio and Mervin Jentz, of Fentqn^ t Miss Elsie Meye^.was organist atid Dave Cortarib, Colunilius, Ohio sang the 'Lord's .Pray 1 ^ and 'Oh Perfect Love'., . Mrs. Arnold Laabs was charge of the guest book., Following the wedding, a ception was held for 125 in the church basement Mrs. «Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Don Berkland were dining * room hostesses. Judy Higbey of Fairmont poured punch. Mrs. Willis Cooper of Radcliffe, Iowa and Mrs. Don Costin of Corning cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Ida Simmons of Fairmont pbured. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Robert- Hanria and Mrs. James Meyer. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Albert Mitchell, Paul Ei'gler, Emil Bierstedt, Charles Newel, William Eimers and Ferdinand Bierstedt. The couple left .for a week's trip in Canada. ' The bride is a graduate of Fenton High School and received her B.S. from Iowa State University with her major in textiles and clothing. She has been working as assistant buyer in the teen-age shop of L. S. Ayres department store in Indianapolis. The groom is a. graduate of Iowa State University at Ames and received his Master's degree from Ohio State and is now working on his PH.D. at Ohio State.' (-'Thirty three hostesses recently honored the, bride at a. mis ( - cellaneous shower at St. John s Lutheran church parlors. Mrs William Jentz and Mrs. Art Miller were co-chairmen for the event, and Mrs. Arlo Ranney was program chairman. CTDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Nineteen Kfissutll County t-H'ersJ and;-leaders; rom the annual Boys' . - course, held'Jaat week on { thd wa State, Univerttiy^ eamwis- •ilied with iddas and inwlfatftm utter -the" jam*paeked 3 'day sche" dule 6f events. \ ' £ u § MA«lMaiAli.OMUN.Il|SIStANf BUCK CULLEN HARDWARE 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-242 MrsDernerls Named Regent At Whittemore Whillemore — Last Thursday vening the C. D. of A. held their une meeting at which the of- icers for the coming year were nstalled. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen f Algona, district deputy, act- d as installing officer. Mrs. C. A. Derner was elected rand regent, Mrs. James Dahl- lauser, vice-grand regent, Mrs. Jerry Bormann, prophetess, Miss Marcella Fandel, financial sec- etary, Mrs. Lester Fuchscn, his- orian, Mrs. Francis Mullin, treasurer, Mrs. William Degan, Moni- or, Mrs. Nick Hoch, sentinal, Vlrs. James Butler, lecturer, Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, organist, and Mrs. Robert Simons, Mrs. Ver« non Bormann, Mrs. Marion Hyink, Mrs. Lewis Duffy, Mrs George Gengler and Mrs. Earl Schmitt, trustees. Uncle Electrocuted Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien and family spent last weekend at Elkader with Mrs. O'Brien's mother Mrs. M. R. Hurley. On Sunday they went to Shullsburg „...,,., - Wisconsin, to attend the wake of elmer Noren and Wilma and Mr | , m unde| John Mart j n . Mr . Mar . n ower Bishop Confirms 12 Episcopalians The Rt. Rev. Gordon V. Smith Bishop of the Episcopal diocese if Iowa, visited St. Thomas church here Sunday, June 19, foi confirmation services. Confirmed were the following Karen Charles, Linn Laage Allen Minkel, Kathryn Pratt Edward Pratt, Linda Sharp, Mr and Mrs. Ted Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Kuhn Jr., and Mr and Mrs Carl D. Morck, Jr After services, dinner was ser ved in the church basement Portland 4-H Tour Portland 4-H boys held the annual club tour June 9. Th trip started at Lampe's, then t Sparks, Rasmussen's, and Harms. Larsen was electrocuted line broke in when a his fron* ard. Thev also visited with Mrs. 3ene McMahon and family in Xibuque. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Wayne (Teddy), Wagner bought the Mrs Laura Brogan home. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner will vacate their present house and Harold Poppen bought the home vacated by the Wagner's. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jensen and family arrived here Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wichtendahl. Mr. Jenson, former coach in'the Whittemore public school, moved to Los Angeles last August. Mrs. Jenson the former Leona Wichtendahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich and family returned home from a week's vacation Friday evening after 'visiting relatives at Costa Mesa, Cal. Mr and<Mrs Peter Schumacher, Bonn, Germany, are visiting here with relatives and friends. Mr Schumacher is a former Whittemore resident. Wedding Vows Unite Ledyard Young Couple Ledvard — Saturday evening June 18. at 7:SO p.m. a beautiful candlelight, weddine at the Bfithsnv Evanefilical and Re'orm- Sales-Baker Nuptials, June 18, At St. Joe St. Joe — Kathryn Gales, dau ghter of Mr and Mrs E. J. Gales and Daryl Baker, son of Mr ant Mrs Clifford Baker, were unitec in marriage ^in A pretty. double ring ^ceremony in St.. Joseph's church on Saturday, June 18, at 9:30 o'clock. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the ceremony. Acolytes were Howard Friders. Joseph Becker, Thomas Capesius and David Smith. Ushers were Roman Gales ot Sycamore, 111., brother of the bride, and Richard Kohlhaas, cousin of the groom. The bride, given in marriaga by her father, was attired in a DANCE 1 f . • * Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, July 1 FRANK JONAS and His Orchestra Swing-and-Sway The JONAS Way »«i{^ •••:. GIVES NO WARNING BEFORE IT STRIKES! During the summer months, high wjnds and rain are ofteri the, eause^of'fallen high voltage lines. They may appear "dead" whereas they could be "alive.". Don't Under any condition, touch any fallen wlre : Itwuld result In serious injury. ' - WHEN YOU SEE A FALLEN WIRE OR AN ELECTRICAL EXPL<ttlON,j STAND; GUARD -AND HAVE SOMEONE REPORT IT. " '' " •- Your cooperation in this Is^ respectfully requested fo* ' reasons of safety 'and belter ~- ;..-.. : ; -..„.-i,.-.,.; - ( \ii ••••:... '. i«C« -/-MM service. , Algona Municipal Utilities ^ • . . • -. Vi i •;' J r..' •. ; > ;, •* : i Sportswear! The Finest, Most Beautiful, Most Complete Selection In Northwest Iowa! Loads Of Fashions - For Every Vacation Occasion I • LOVELY COLORS • TERRIFIC FABRICS A lovely assortment of Ladies and Misses nationally advertised sportswear. This assortment contains every type, Specially priced, too. 'o Honor Vets Seely-Wulsh Post will give ecognition to members who are World I veterans by honoring hem at a banquet at the Plan,^ at ion Ballroom Tuesday even- ng, June 21, at 6:30. Guest sneaker will be Stewart Lund of Webster City, 8th district Corn« mander. Several other Legion dignitaries will also be guests. ' A daughter was born Thursday on her mother's birthday in St. Ann hospital at Algona Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Meyer. to Aviation Machinist Mate a,nd Mrs. Eddie Neitzel and Natalie are spending a 30 day leave here with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Neitzel. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Shuck and the latter's mother Mrs. Anna Maahs of Fergus Falls, Minn- -,, Church united Jean Krairersmeier. daughter of Mr and Mr and Mrs John Kramers- meier, and Arden Alvin Runks- meier. son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Runksmeier, in marriage. The double ring oeremonv was •M by the Rev. Victor Vriesen The traditional wecMinff music and marrh was plaved by Mr? Orville B«mdt. who also accompanied Mr Irvin Brandt, ;who aano "O Perfect Love". The bride, who was given in Ttiarria«e by her father, was attended PV & er cousin, Donn» Kramersmeier as m«'d of honor and bv her sister. Fave as junior bridesmaid. The groom w«s attended by his friend. Fennema as best man and bv his brother Larry, as junior grooms man Little Mary Vriesen wac flower girl and little De*av Brandt W8S rina b*arer. The mhers were Martin Runksmeier raurice, Wallace and Delma . were Sunday |uests at the hom ***»» The brides *™ n was 8 «°wa of em $1 SUN GLASSES SPECIAL 69c Pr. A huge assortment of nationally advertised numbers, Po*ens of styles and colors to choose from. Specially priced at just Beautiful assortment of colors and styles. Plains and fancies. SUN SHADE HATS No Summer Sport Outfit Is Quit* Complete Without Qne Of The»e fxcituig Hate. $1,00 And $1,98 - BEAUTY SALON SPECIALS 111 Monday Only; $8.50 Permanent* Just $5.95. : [S Monday and TMwdoy Only; QirU' Hair Cut* (U y«>r* "' and Under) Ju*t 85«. No Extra* To Pay For. FOWLERS OF IOWA

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