The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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Do/e Wyman, Ex-Sene£a/i, m ( , vJ , , - A weddih| df interest tb Sfe-fiecstis' tyas solemnized May 21 a.t Memphis, Tenn., when Miriam Ann ,fluck and £>ale Ny- tnan were united in marriage. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs" William Edward BUckJ Memphis, find he is the son of Mr and MrS Jarnes; Nymdrt, formef area resi* tiehts 'nbw-' living at Esthetvillo; Wayne ,Nyman, Bancroft, wal his brother's • best man. A re' ception was held immediately following the ceremony. 1 'Among- out of town guests at the wedding were the bride* groom'te 'parents, his,- brother and wife ajid.their children, Oar* rel, Douglas, Arlert and Debra. After a wedding trip, to the Smbkie MoufiVdini, the cduplfe will make their home at M6mpms where Mr Nyman is a geologist with the United States' Survey. ' The bridegroom was graduated from Seneca high school ifi-1949. He was graduated in 1953 frpm Iowa {State tf. with V baclieic* of science degree and ' in ROTC Where he received a commission as 2nd Lieutenant in Ihi tf.S Air E'orcfe the day of graduation. He served two yedrs at Mlsawa --• ^—-^ J-*-. GEHL'S CURE-ALL NAY ***5Sti^ CONDITIONER i>»\'O- < *i'lV *WJM??*' - ^^^^^m^^^ cracks the stems H -- (.priest from that parish,In its Bfilp. year history. •'';'"' ! ' nev, Rlordart Was,,JraIs6d on A farm near Wlfldditi .arid aftef [^graduation from high school r-thcre served in the armed forces ['during. World War II and re- •ceiveci the Brdnze Stir atXusan He began his studied fdr tht puesineod ift 1983. ' Of Tuesday, Juno 21, 19§0 Algona (la.) Upper 0« SERVICE MEN SCHOOL fhe Oakridge school in Tama oUhty closed its doors for the ast time recently. This school Swea Couple To Be Honored On 50fh, June 26 Swea City — The children o Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson will honor theh parents with open house in observance o/ ; 50th wedding anniversary •Sunday, June 26, from 2-5 at the •Legion hall in Iowa City. All •friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hospital Paiient . Mrs. Fred .Brandt underwent surgery last Saturday at Holy Family hospital, Estheryille, She ;S doing well at this writing. 'Mrs Art Anderson returnee' onie from the hospital last Sun- lay after a week's stay in Holy ^amily hospital. This one delivers a bigger* pajtotf ltt fresh-cut fcajr, slick grass or heavy-weight alfalfa. A herriflgbbne rubber roll Working against a steel cbhditidflittg roll split* stems, from top to bottom with gehtle,: leaf-saviiig action, Lays a light, welt-Ventilated ewath that dries quickly. Adjustable -roll pressure (with ftp-lever release and reset) cleans the tolls if stones Or wires dre picked up with the awath. Stop to Soon for details. GEHl'S t>TO POWER PARTNERS ... lift the burden /rdrti your back, make your iractorrfayback mart Ait 1 Force &ase in Japan. (UDM Engraving) Ctadle Roll Program; / The. Blakjer WOtaan's Missionary Federation held their annual birthday party - and cradle roll program Thursday af|tei3i96h. TH6 program opened with.a hymn, 'after which Mrs Hehry .Looft. led devotiohs. Mrs- Otto r Wilberg presented a vbcal solo flhd Mrs Elmer KraUse gaye. a reading! Mrs Ted Jensen played a selection after which Mrs Looft concluded the .program -with thought for .the new year. Mrs; Curtis Olsen presented the cradle/ toll department of the WiM.F. to> The lojjal , department has 11 babies enrolled. Billy Hanlptoh and David Krause were promoted. . Mrs , Henry Wi&erg gave a reading, Mrs Olsen gave a prayer, Eldlse Jehsen sang, and' Jill Jensen read 'a poem. Melba Kra- usfe sahg and -Mrs Olsen 'read'a poem. The program closed With scripture reading and- prayer by Colleen and Diana- Olsen.- Refreshments were served, in tht church parlors. Hbstesses W6r6 Mrs Odej Cheriand, Mrs Amey Cherland Mrs Elmer Kraus.ej and Mrs Mel- vm Bratrud. Mi- arid Mrs Jack Looft anc Tofnrny of Rochester, Minn, werp weekend : visitors at the'Henry Looft home. '• Mr and Mrs John Kahl ,anc sons of Oregon, City, Ore. anc Mrs. Berths Po.rnrhef qf Algona were Wednesday guests at the Henry Loofts.' ..-.' •, 116 So. Thorlngton CY 4-2421 28-PIECE PICNIC AND BARBECUE OUTFIT) With your purchase of this Norge Waiher Model WWP-G-60 YOU GET AlX 21 PIECES! .Hugo 24-ln. brazltl Folding picnic table • 26-plece, break' r....Unt»rv,n 8 HUGE M-IN. BRAZIER-lteil bowl, «d|uit«b!» grill, •lumlniud l«gi, o wheel! PICNIC TABLE-coloilgl M plaid lop. Uto» lold lot compact llora^l. Norge Model WWP-G-W A«rfATOR Automatically di«ptnte$ powdered deteraent .ana bleach..; remove* Tint, »oap- scum, and luzz. . NORSEMAN 50' Wringer Washer POWErt RIN8INd-fre»h w«t«f • with agitator tumbling. No rinse tuba needed) VfeAKEtV- WRINGER-prejsure seles. torvS locked positions, ,10,|.B. SUPER.CAPACITV TUB of porcelain, * BELL TIMER-rlngt to tlgnal and ol • wain period-. ..... '• ; - « DRAIN PUMP-emptias big tub In If i| • {ftan'i rnlnutefc - "''.'" 88-PC. PICNIC AND BARBECUE flT'ANP HOr^ei WA^SR Beecher Lane Science Shriiiks Pttes New Way Without Sweety Stops IWh-Relieves Pain . .. .'T« , D ._.-!> c-«. fh. .Minniihtnc-italeaienU Uk* ^PU«» Progress Club, l,Has Final Meeting Portland — The Portland Progress Club met June 16 at the home of Mrs. Frank Becker, with Mrs Ray Fitch atid Mrs Victor Fitch assistant hostesses. The roll call was answered by 18 members, Mrs Donald Weber was a guest. The program consisted of a book report by 'Mrs .Howard Sparks. Mrs Frank -Becker had fun time. Mrs Goodwyn Bergerud, Mrs Victor Fitch and Mrs Earl Shipley won prizes. A letter was written and a get well card prepared to be sent to Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, who is in a hospital in Fort Dodge. The meeting adjourned, and lunch was served by the hostesses. There will tte no July or August meetings. The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Wood on Thursday afternoon, the 15th. - Family Pot Luck The Four Corner Social Club held its annual family pot luck supper Tuesday evening. Those attending were the Donald Ririgsdbrfs, Herbert Nelsons, Verle . Nelsons, Lloyd Bdrtletts, Glen Larsens, Herman Harms, Rollo Moores, Lavent Moores BVvight Rupes, Stanley Jluses Viator- FltchSi Wilbur Spears. Virgil Schraders, Mrs Hazel Carroll anal Bobbje and Leona Haim'. The next meeting will be •July 5 at the home of Mrs Glenn Larsen, Mrs, Tony Jandl went to Fort Dodge Friday afternoon whert she visited Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Roretie Fitch, spent Thursday hight with Vickie Schrader and was a week end visitor in Clear take at the Oertie Combs home a,s guest of Vickie' 8 ' Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy has Under-gone surgery for the second time. Wednesday she hac a gell bladder operation. Mrs Tony Jandl visited her sister, Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough, in Algona, Wednesday. Mr L. J- Fairbanks and Mr A-;el Qarlson spent four days in northern Minnesota fishing last week. . . „ , Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and keroy visited the James Hon- kerts, at Algo™* Monday. "Unhappiness has a place in the wpfld-r-if -you've, never been unhappy, it's hard, to tell when you^re happy". Former Pluni Creek Resident Bridal Shower Joyce Mullarkcy was honored it a bridal shower Saturday eve- ilng at the Legion nail. Miss Vlullarkey is the daughter of the Earl Mullarkeys, former Swea City residents now of Rock Is- and, 111. She will become the bride of John Carl Jones July'23 h Utah. : 1 Hostesses were Mesdamer^ Monford Peterson, Leonard Swanson,. Alvin, Ewing, Robert defdes, 'Donald Geerdes, Kenneth -Mullarkey, Cecil ' Black, Larry Anderson, Cliff Sykes, Glen'Clarkj Duane Jensen, Melv,in Krumm, Curtis Kluger, Max 6 s Keefe and Deloris Geerdes Farewell Party • • Mr and'Mrs John Thompson were .honored! at a>-farewell-party at the Baptist Guild hall last weejtt- r , • : ' v Diane Minp was mistress ol ceremonies; for the program Which .consisted of musical num- by ' Lucille Montgom- Bergen - kohne. Germany — Specialist Four Roger A. Sluder son of Mr arid Mrs Joseph M Studer, Wesley, Iowa, recehtly participated with other person nel from the 8th Infantry Divi sion's 68th Armor in the Seventh Army tank gunnery qualification program in Bergen-Hohne, Ger The nine-weelc qualificatlo program was designed to test th efficiency of all Army tan gunners in Europe. Specialist Studer, 20, a mech anlc in the armor's Company in Baumholder, entered th Army in December 1058, com pleted basic training at Fort Ca son, Colo., and arrived oversea the following June. He is a 105 1 ? graduate of T totika High School and was em ployed by American Airlines, before entering the Army. Plum Cre6k 4-H The Plum Creek Boys 4-H clUb held its annual club tour June 8 starting at Jerry Raney's. Gary Priebe gave a demonstration on baby beef care and a picnic was held following the tour at Call State Park, Algona. began in 1855 When a "Miss Hatfield" was hired to teach a ? month term for the sum 6f $20.00. Investigate Before You Invest It will cost you nothing m^may prove extremely valuable, whatever your Investment aims. Up-to-the minute information on any listed °' unlisted stock of bond Is available for the asking from the com- piste llbrdry futilities of Henderson's. Get the facts first - from Henderson's. There is no obligation. , See or Call John Love Home Representative for *fls a . T.O. Henderson. <Sc Op., MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE K E. McGregor . • ,,„-.• Algona CYpreSS 4-3500 mornings early-Collect . . ery, Mrsi Lowell Larson, Mrs Tom Preston, and Sam Link, a teadiHg :by Mrs Eldon. Link and tlon^ by Mrs Roy Kluger.' giftiwas. presented by -tht: p • ahrf -lunch'. SAVE STEPS WITH EXTENSION TELEPHONES Rev. Richard Riordan Rev. Richard Riordan, son o' Mrs Bertha Riordan and the late Edward Riordan, Windom, Minn, who formerly lived in Plum Cretk township, was ordained into the priesthood at Winona Minn. May 39. He said his first. solemn high mass in St. Francu Jiavier' Catholic .church at Windom and is the first ordained 'The Harold' Petersons of Al- (frna 'visited Saturday at the ErmT Haase 'home. Capt. ,an.d Mrs, Harold Fischer of Ames visited recently at his parents, the Harold Fischers. The Jr. MYF will meet Friday June 24 at the Mervin Johnson home for a picnic supper .and fellowship. Mr and Mrs Ed Peplinski became the parents of their first child June 10 with the birth of a son. The lad has been named Edward Charles Jr. Mr and Mrs 'Clayton Angle arc paternal •jrandparcnls. - Mr and Mrs Sclmar Uhr en tertained in honor of the John Thompson, family Sunday. Mr and Mrs James Harvey and Robert of Cedar Falls and Mrs Zanke of Burt visited last weekend in the Bob Harvey home. ; The Henry Kocklers of Mason City visited last weekend with his parents, the Jake Kncklers jnd. the Sylvester Kocjders. , The Harold Hesviks and Tom Prestons. were Sunday guests at (he Sam Link home. IM ORDIRNOW— start enjoyingmoderii convenience! ..,_ . .... 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