The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 3
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ftaney Reunion The Raney family reunion at Burt June 18; had in attendance Mr." arid. Mrs. Ray ' Pitch/ Mrk Robert Moore and Donald <Praser, of ;Burt. Mr.' and Mrs.' Ernest Raney; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rartey and Floyd, of Liverrnore, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barrett and chil* dren of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Miller, Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Mr. and Mrs,'Ben Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, "Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mr. and-Mrs. NeWr ton Hietef, ahd Mr. and Mrs. ^Ql'en Raney, Algona, t'from this ""area. Attend 'Shower Mr. arid Mrs. Joe • Willger attended a miscellaneous shower held Sunday in the academy hall at St. Joe for '. 'Maggie Alenz whose marriage to Florian Faber, .son of Mrs. Anna- Faber will take/place in mid-July. Mold Reunion Here A family reunion was helc June 19 at the honde of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie .Georg. Forty-five guests were present. Mies Bourne Honored Mrs.' 'Matthew"' Streit gave a tea Friday'" hohorhig: Barbara fio'ufne, daughteF of"Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne whose marriage tb David Westbn' Hfigg&H,/ of Omaha, Neb.,;will take place Saturday, July 1 "-Mrs. M. G. Bourne poured,' -and Mts. V. V- Naudain, atmt of the bride eled was assistant hdste.ss. Out of town guests was' Mrs. yirgil' Haggart, mother-of the groom elect Omaha'. ,,-.', » Family Picnic - * • A family picnic Was held Sunday at Mr. and ,Mrs. Clarence Cook's. In'attendance were Mrs.. Lydia Wetzel,' Mr.' and, Mrs. R. W. Wetzel and family ahd from out-of-lown were, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Henry Wetzel of 'Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Wetzel, Lone ftock.,. ' . ' • Card Club . Mrs. Mel' Griffin entertained her card; -club Jast \Wqdnesday afternoon. The club -will meet Wednesday with" Mrs* Ernest ,Thiel..'''•:.. Shows* A miscellaneous shower was given Friday for Judy Alexander, whose marlage, to Dwight Becker -will take pla'de. July 16 in' the' Methodist > church.' Hostesses-were Mrs. Lyle Alexander, Mrs. Joe Bruhdage, Mrs. A: J. Eischeid, Mrs. Phil Eischen, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Dean Jergehson, Mrs. Duane Keith, Mrs George Lee, Mrs. Louis Lowman Mrs. Perry Low*man Mrs. John-Mc* Meill, Mrs. Harold Martinek; Mrs. Ed Rich, Mrs. Leo Sabin, Mrs". Eldon Sha'w, Mrs. Ray Smith, and Mrs. Maude Robinson. Donna Kenyon, 11 Donna Kenyon 'celebrated her eleventh birthday June, 22 with a party and wiener roast at the Call State ,Parfc. Guests were Diarie Allen, Jean Brandow,' Darla Carr, Barbara Dewel, Jane Fraser, x Sandra .Harmes, Becky Hemmirigsen, Jean Robinson, Connie A Schultz, Susan Vipond, Car,ol and Patty Kenyon. Attend Anniversary * ,Mrs. Mattie McWhorter, accom- .panied Mr. and Mrj3. J. L. Miller, Burt, to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend the golden wedding anniversary celebration for Mr., and Mrs. Clyde'Gustlin; : Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen went to Oakland Saturday, to Attend the wedding of their nep- hew Robert Karr and . . Fehr, both graduate's of the State University at Iowa City. Entertains Quest ,. , ' Mrs. Hilda Gronwali has.enter- tained at two' parties, tJnfe last week 1 Tuesday and the other Friday, in honor of her SlStei^Jwn?. Erie 'Bbel, of Brooklyn, • N.Y., who With her husband ,is Visiting here a .fortnight. .Guests at th> Tuesday party were Mrs.; Ida Zumach, Mrs. Freda Stetftsey, 'Mrs. Anna Nelson,'.Mrs. MSX Bast, and Mrs. Kate- v Wegenfr\ Gue'sts Friday were Mrs, Chra- tine"' Spongberg, Mrs.- Amanda Johrtson, 'Mrs; Roy Hagg, Mrs. Anna 'Nelson and Mrs.; Kate •Wegenori*' . \ Shower Hortdree ' Clara Hanson was honpfee-al d' bridal shower June 18~.given by -Mrs. John Carlson, of 'Burt Mrs. Ma>k Potratz, of, Whittemore, Mrs., Robert Buscher, Mrs Harvey Jergenson, ^Trs. Dean Jergenson, Mrs. Virgil Jennings Mrs. Effie Teeter and Mrs. Clir ford -Teeter/ • Miss HansOn an< Kenneth Teeter, spn'of l Mr.;'am Mrsi VferJi Teeter will ( be mafried Jufy d.'bt-tiptie. Double Birthday 'Mrs. Don Meyer gave a'dinne Sunday honoring the birthday of her Husband' and! Karfen,. 2 Guests were the parents Mr. anc Mrs. Martin Meyer, of Burt, Mr nd Mrs. Marvin Hentges, Mr. nd Mre. Herbert Hackbarth, and lolena Meyer, John Dittmer, of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Judd St. ohn. , . ' . •'. Reunion At Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger nnd family attended a family re- mion Sunday at Rolfe at the Robert Truefson home. Among .hose iri attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Colburn, Chicago. The women are sisters. ' Edith Hinz Of LuVerne Bride OfFondpMan tu Verne — Edith Hinz, . ter of Mr. and Mrs.. Arnold Hinz Lu Verne, became the bride o Harvey Holder, son of Mr.'' an Mrs. Ellis Holder of Fonda in he LuVerne Zion Evattglioal jutheran church June 19. The louble ring service was read by *ev. E. A. Weiss, West Bend. Mrs. Thebs Schnakenberg was organist.- The bride, given in marriage by- her father, wore a white' nylon net gown bver satin with a fingertip illusibn het veil. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings. On a white Bible, gift of the groom, were two orchids and rose buds. Attending the bride as bridesmaid was Lenore Frost. Best man was Dennis Johnson! Candle lighters were Henry Hinz and Eldon Hinz and ushers were Walter Hinz and Ernfest Naefke A reception for 62 guests followed tlte service in the church rooms,' with Mrs. Fred Frost dining room hostess. Cutting ape serving cake was Mrs. Alber Forsburg and pouring was Mrs Bertha Naefke. Waitresses were Delia .Peterson and Janice Frost Kitchen hostesses were Mr Laura Meyer, Mrs. Lillie O Hesse and^Mrs. Jessie Stripling Guests Were registered by Vir Tuesday, Juno 28, I960 Alflono (to.) Upper P«« ginla Barton and gifts arranged >y Mrs. Earl Barton. The bride is a 1900 graduate of the LuVerne Comunity school. The young couple will be at home on the farm formerly owned by Mrs. Anna Goctsch. Orientation For Fen ton Girl At Iowa State U. Jane Rugor of Fentbn, who will begin her freshman year at Iowa State University, Ames, in September, 'is participating in the University's summer orientation program on the campus. The orientation program war Introduced at Ames by the col- logo of engineering a year ago and proved successful, so is bo- ing, offered to students who wil ? be freshmen in home economics this fall.. Miss Ruger ,and her parents will meet informally with facul ty members, explore residence halls and become acquainted with the campus during a two- day period, sometime between tho dates. June 6 - July 13. The students' will also take tests which will help place them in proper class sections There Are Two Ways To Retire With Money or Without. To Retire With Money C BLOOM For All. MUTUAL FUNDS Phone CY 4-2595 CHARLES (Chuck) BLOOM • •••••••••••••••••I* • Summer Fun 'Best Buys!' 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Swes 4 to 14 BOYS SWIM TRUNKS in lotc of flashy colors and patterns r— o $1.19 to $1.49 m Z-O-O-M IN For July 4th Specials This 1955 Plymouth four door station wagon is one of the fine used cars you will fmd on our used car lot. If. a two toned beautiful S reen inside and out Has a V-8 engine, standard transm.ss.on wh.te "de wall tires, electric wind s hie.d wiper, and loaded with the manyextras usuai.y found onsuchaw H cared for car. Thi S car b mechanically perfect, in fact it was owned by a mechamc who ook pr.de m keeping this car in perfect condition. Just look at it and you will see what we mean. Th.s car ,« priced to sell and at a price you can afford. See it to-day. PERCIVAL MOTORS Did you recognize the old ear No. 3? Ifs a Maxwell - Sold July 4, 1908.

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