The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 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 28, 1960
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B-Atg6no (la.) Uppef DM Mo!n»« Tuesday, June 10, Ann Lichter Of Burt Recent Shower Honoree ,Burt ii Ann Liehtef, ' daughter of.Dr, and Mrs. M, I. Lichter, was honored with a pre-nuptial shower /in the Legion hall Thurs<^ay evening. :J There were 53 guests who were registered by Ann's sister, Lois. ; Mrs. George Manus was in charge of -the program, which included the life histories of Ann and Jerry by Beulah Dundas, a vocal dUet : byr Jo Ann Johnson and Carilyn Hinckley and a reading by ; Madelline, Lovstad. Ann waS; assisted ih opening her many gifts by her sister, Lois, and Alice Thompson and Beverly Larson. Ann's mother poured. Hostesses' were Benita Mitchell, Thecla Christensen, Genevieve Graham, Elsie Lock-wood, Helen Smith, Lillian Fredrickson, Lydia Manus, Arlene Manus, Elya Bbe'ttcher, Helen Johnson, Lillian Schrader, Beulah Dundas, Mary Boer, Hazel Larson, Mar- fraret Batt, Beth i Miller, Thelma Lappe, Wantalee Hawcott, Charlotte Habegar and Mary Jean Andrews. Ann will become the bride of Jerry Carman at 9 a.m., July 2 at St. ' Cecelia's Church in Algona. • Miss Baker Honored Barbara Baker of Decorah was guest of honor at a pre-nupfial shower given for her in the Burt Community Center. Mrs, Roy Westling. registered the gue'sts and also-was in charge of the program, which included vocal duets by Jo Ann Johnson and.Mrs. Duane Nelson, a reading by Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. Barbara was assisted in opening her many gifts by -Mrs. Duane Nelson and Jo Ann Johnson.'; Barbara became the bride of Arlene Johnson, Corpus Christe, Texas, at Decorah June 25. Hostesses for the shower were Ruth German, Lydia Manus, Mary Boer, Harriet Black, Geor- gia'Holding, Doris Larson, Jenny Rlebhoff, and Marian Westling- Install Officers Eighteen members answered roll call at the June dinner meet- 'ing of the Burt Lion's Club held Monday'evening at the Legion hall. ' Donald Patterson, a past president, installed the following officers for the 1960-61 year: President, Dale Lockwood; 1st vice president, Ray S. McWhorter; 2nd vice president, F. L. Ryerson; 3rd vice president, George Becker; secretary-treasurer, Harley Hanson •„ Lion tamer, Ken Cook; tail twister, Ervin Perdue. The group discussed at some length and then voted to sponsor another birthday calendar for' area residents. Legion auxiliary members preparing' and serving the dinner were Ruth Alice Patterson, Vera Schwietert, Beulah Bullock, and Georgia Holding. Has Appendectomy Jeffrey 'Ihnen, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ihnen, was rushed to the Mercy hospital, 'Mason City, last, week where he underwent an emergency appendectomy. Jeffrey returned home , Wednesday, Circle Picnic The members 6f the, Francis Circle Methodist Church, enjoyed a picnic at the Rev. Samek home Wednesday evening. Ruby Hinckley had devotions and Marlene Davis 1 was in charge of the program With Genevieve Spry, Florence Spears, and Shirley Lovstad assisting. Blue Birds Mel / The Burt Blue Birds 4-H-Club met on Saturday with Judy and Janice Abbas as hostesses. 15 members answered roll call. Mrs. Viola M< Donald and Mrs. Spry were the guest mothers. Marilyn Hinckley reported on State 4-H convention at Ames. Demonstration teams for the County Fair were chosen. Janff Mitchell gave a report. Hospital Report Mrs. Sumner Parsons, is- in Mercy hospital at Mason City, where she is ' undergoing tests and receiving medical care. , Jay Davis,"" who suffered a broken thigh bone when caught between two trucks while at work on a construction job near Charles City, was released from the hospital and returned to his home Tuesday. Jay will be on crutches from 10 to 12 weeks. Pat Hosch, Ackley spent several days with ' Lois Lichter at the parental M. I. Lichter home. Mrs. Walter Gramenz and Mrs. F]pyd Panek of Silvis, 111. arrived at the Walter Steward home for a weeks visit. This is Mrs. Panekj first visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Steward, in 16 years. Mrs. Gramenz, who is a slsteMn».law^ ftko Visited/At, the home of her tobth'ef, ,-Sfr, and Mrs. Howard Salisbury,' ", Joe Curmittghaftv,tyhO is,;»employed with the , BfeftSerVatlon commission, at •Mafrie', Mill,' 1 Ibwa spent the weekend' With.'-'his parents, the . Merwy*n', Cuh'fiing- hams. ' " ' , , • > •,' Mr, and Mrs, E. It. Wplfai'-visit' ed at the Paul. Dettman hoWle in Algona Wednesday, ., ••_ .'; Mr. and Mrs.' BerrifiM Miester and sons spent "Father'sy.Oa'y at the Wm. Miester St. , hoftie at Wall Lake. Sunday evening they visited- at the home Of/'Mrs. Miester's father, R. <B, ,Cbx, at Fort Dodge. "'"* f • . Mrs. Helen Johnson was-happy to have all her ' children < home Sunday. Guests were'- Mr, and Mrs. Dean Reed and Cheryl Ann, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Nelson and family of Algona, Mr. and .Mrs. Richard . Johnson, Arlene Johnson, Corpus' Christi, Texas, Barbara Bkker, Decorah, Mrs. Doris Larson and. family, Milo and JoAnn. The members of- the T.N.T. Club met at the M, I. tichter home Tuesday to' observe Mrs. Lichter's i birthday- anniversary. Hostesses were Esther 'Sorenson and Clara Reynolds". The members of the!: BCLWG Club met at the home of Wan- talee Hawcott Thursday afternoon. ' •'!.-'-' Mr. and Mrs.' Fred' 'Habegar left Friday for'Rochester where both will have check-ups. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Samek and Cheryl Arm: spent"' Sunday # Charles City. Rev. Samele' officiated at the wedding of Mrs. Samek's nephew, Gary Gi'dnt of Charles City. ' i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 'Swab, Charles City,-visited at the^home of their daughter arid family, the Rev. Sameks, on Monday-. MR FARMER ! MR LANDOWNER ! 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