The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 3
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Engagement Announced Mr and'Mrs Leo Nurre, Whit- tcmore, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jonn, shown here, to James P. Johnson, son of MrS Leone Johnson, 1 Bancroft. A September wedding is planned. (UDM Engraving). Townsend Club • •' Algona Townsend club held a meeting at the A. M. Anderson home Aug. 9. The next meeting will be-at the Chester Willey residence Aug. 23. Following the business session all played various games and prizes went to Ila Bilsborough and Mrs WnV 'Carney. A light lunch was served. Jane Geilenfeld, 13 Mrs Walter Zentner gave a party Thursday honoring the thirteenth birthday of her granddaughter Jane Geilenfeld, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld. Guests were Jean Christensen, Cindy Cowan, Penny Dodds, Doreen Funk, Marilyn Harris, Judy Haag,. Susan i Hem-, mingsen, Pam Johnson, Gayle Phillips .and Rosemary Reihders. Barbara Percival 'and Maureen O'Brien were unable to be .present. Court whist was played and prizes were won by, Marilyn Harris highland dean Christensen, low. Honored At Shower Mrs' Roger Will, Welcome, Minn., gave a pink arid blue shower recently for Mrs Harry McCorkle, Glendale, Calif. Gudsts were Mrs Marvin Calhoun, Mrs Russell Cook, Audrey Frye, Mrs Willard Gregson, ; Mrs Charles Harvey, Mrs Charles Hardgrove, Mrs Katherine McMurray, Mrs Elmor Phillips, Esther, Quinby, Mrs Hubert Schoby, Mrs Ed Skilling, Mrs Rex Voyles, Mrs Ed Wilkins, Mrs Herbert Weydert, and Mrs Julius Will. Games were played and refreshments served. a ( / Have Cook-Out i '. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor entertained Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour and Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor at a patio cook-out supper Friday evening. Mrs Ted Larson is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. You'll See It At •qBBB ' f*m m . The Fair . . . SHERWIN-WILLIAMS SPECTACULAR New House Paint The Greatest Advance In House Paint in 50 Years! Baby feaptlzed • Baptismal rites were held Saturday evening at the First Lut* heratt church for Peter Louis, s6n of Mr; arid >MfS Ronald Drernmei of Black Duck, Minn.', and grand* son of Mr and Mrs Paul Ureiri- tmel. The fReV. Edsel Isaacson officiated and sponsors . were James Abbdtt and Carol Locksd, the latter from Virginia, Minn, Mr and Mrs Locksoj of Virginia, Minn,, Mr std Mrs'Ray.-Dremmel iarjd the" great-grandmother Mrs P." Dremme 1 !, of Hurt were also present, 1 A : pkrt ot the group were overnight guests of Mr and iMrs Paul Dremmel and ;some were guests of Mr and Mrs E. W. Abbott, •;,;.•.' ; • •; ' ; . ..' .Attend Reunion Mr and Mrs, Russell Cook attended, a. family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs W.a'yne Schichtl, rfeadlyn, Minn. Others in attendance. were Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen, Mr and Mrs Raymond Nels'on, Lu- Verne, and Mr and Mrs Melvin Dutton and Mrs Florence Sch'- ichtl', BUrt. FOR WOOD 2 Fans Suffer Fractures At Swea City Game Swea City — Chuck < Stewart, 12, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart, fell Monday evening while attending a baseball game at the; school and broke his arm. Geo. Cunningham of Titonka received a broken finger during the game While attempting to catch a foul tip. Swea City defeated Titonka 15-5. Tuesday evening, Swea City was defeated by Sentral, 4-2. This closes the summer baseball season for Swea City. • Mr and Mrs Bill Christensen, of Chicago became the parents of 'their first child Aug. 6. The little lad has been named William Martin. Mr and Mrs Wm. Christensen' are grandparents. /The Walter Genriches visited at the Bob Goertzen home in Omaha last weekend The Ronald Johnsons are fishing at Leech Lake, Minn. The Merlyn Becklers of Skidmore, Mo. were weekend guests at the Geo. Harner nome. The Marvin Obermillers, of Marshalltown were guests last week at the home of Mrs Grace^Art Priebe home were Mr, an LONE ROCK 'Mr and Mrs Bernard .Miller and family Were Sunday guests in the Dtiane Habegar home. Rev. and Mrs Carroll'White- house, Ottumwa. were, Sunday guests in the Hdrlan BlahChard home. Rev, WhitehoUse Was guest speaker in the Lone Rock Presbyterian .Church in; absence of Rev. 'Nordfne, who is on •Vaba- tiort; ,. ':•" •'-' • '•: !J V >. ' . :'•"-• ..• Mrs Margaret Householder spent a few days laSt week in the Ralph Riedel horneV Ringsted.' Mr and Mrs Donald. Blancharo 1 and -family spent four days camping in Wisconsin last weeuc They • attended the Milwaukee Braves-Chicago cubs ball game Friday. Mr and Mrs Juntor Hurlburt, Randy and David, Mr and-Mrs Alfred Schadertdorf . Sr. .'rind Alfred Schadendorf were Sunday visitors in the Kenneth .Fischer home at Sioux Rapids, r ] ™.Mr. and Mrs Emil Person were Sunday callers in , the , Gl£nn Smith home near uurt. .. ^ • Mrs '.'E., A. Lee,, Michael and Susan were callers in the\ Ronald Christenson home irt Belgrade. Minn., and also in -the. Walter Gunelsolv home in' Coolee, Minn. Mr and Mrs Henry ^ Schroeder attended the Kibbler reunion at Carroll Sunday. There were 35 people iri attenaanCe^ Mr and Mrs Carl Wiener and Carla of Cedar Falls visited last week' Sunday in the Henry Schroeder hdme. They also called on*.the Roy Chrischilles' near Fenton and the Gerald Wieners, Burt. • ' . •• Mr and Mrs John ivlunch and Jack, Chafles Osborn of Fenton, Mr Will Christenson and A'nn Christenson, daughter of Ronald Christenson, were Sunday guests in the Madison home. Mr and Mrs Richard > Sloan became parents of a baby daughter, Ann Marie, born August 3. She weighed 7 Ibs., 7 ozs. This is the first grandchild for Mr and 'Mrs Lawrence Dittmer of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Max Sloan of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Donald Radig were hosts to a birthd_ay dinner for their son, Terry's ' 12th birthday. Those in attendance were Mr an Mrs John Schallin, Mr and Mr William Boettcher, Mr and Mr Larry Dreyer of LuVerne, Emm Radig of Fenton, Judy Bowman Marie Dreyer and Janice of Bur • Sunday dinner guests in th Sherwin-Williams A-100 LATEX HOUSE PAINT PERFECT FOR CLAPBOARD, STUCCO, CEMENT, BRICK, SHAKES, SHINGLES (WOOD OR ASBESTOS), • • Lasts years longer • Blister resistant when surfaces are prmoperly prepared • Dries dust-free, bug-free in 30 minutes • Clear, rich colors are permanent SPECIAL NOTE to owners of houses with blistering or paint- leeling problems. This paint is your solution if proper attention is given to surface preparation. / Free Literature And Actual Demonstrations By A Sherwin-Williams Representative In Our Booth Just Inside The Main Gate At The Kossuth County Fair. See It And Believe It ! Kelley Lumber Co. Algona — Sexton — Qttosen Baker. Other guests during the week were the Ole Ravns, lyirs Allen Strong and family of Aijrpl strong, and Mrs Grace'Anderson of Livermore. The Jack Bliena of Fairmont, Chris Lien of Weoster City, Mrs Millie Harris of Des Moines, qnd Larry Lien, Mr and Mrs Roter Anderson and family enjoyed a cook out last Thursday evening at the Carl Lien home in honor of the Aug. birthdays in the family. I see by the papers where a woman, filed suit for divorce because her husband was careless about his appearance. He hadn't 'Mrs Carl Priebe, M,r and Mrs E . Priebe, 'and family, TVTr and Mrs Dohal Priebe and Kenny, of Fenton, M and Mrs Dennis Priebe, Kelly an Barry, Julie Larsen of Mason City and Rodney Priebe o LeRoy, Minn. Rodney Priebe, Dick Bierle James and Bernard Pettit wen home from Thursday until Sun day. They boys are employed at LeRoy, Minn. Mr and Mrs Frank Flalg attended the wedding and reception of Ruth Bunkofske to Eugene Heerdt Sunday afternoon at Burt. Mr and Mrs Delmer Fischer shown up in nearly two years, and Steve were Sunday evening gg SPEAKING: %^^^^^ 1 You're Measuring Real Value . . . when you realize the true economy 1 of PENNY- CHEAP electricity! No single power can do so many jobs for so little. Take a good look at your home. Is it adequately wired and supplied with wonderful electricity to make your work and play more enjoyable? If not .... see your local utilities Company to begin enjoying the super-benefits of PENNY-CHEAP electricity. Algona Municipal Utilities Btl: |i, ,^ callers in the home of Mrs Fischer's Mother, Mrs Amanda Peterson of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker and Mr and ;Mrs Leonard Hansen, Dennis, Mike and Debra were Sunday guests in the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Marlow were Sunday callers in the Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell home. Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichlen- dahl visited in the Kenneth Bollinger home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Louis Seegabarth and family and Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig and Timothy at- tended tho dedication of the new Lutheran church at Titonka Sunday. Mf and Mrs Robert Srhmidt Sr. and Mike Rouse of Fairmont were Sunday callers in the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt attended the wedding of Oayle Johnson to Raymond Schmidt, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt of Austin, Minn. The couple were married at Austin. Anyone who thinics the customer, 'isn't important should try doing without him for 90 days. Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Det Carolyn Rochleau. Talks were by Ann Seger, Linda Meelhause arjd Connie Molacek. nostesses were Carolyn Rochleau and Shirlfiy Ohnemus. Quests were Mrs Molacek, Mrs Roethler, Mrs Shaw, Mrs Johnson, Mrs McNeil, Mrs Besch, Kathy McNeil, Suzie Smith, and Nancy and Jane Runchy. Cresco Chums Select Style Review Winner? Style Review winners for the Cresco Chums 4-H club were chosen at the local achievement show. They are Ann Smith, Sr., Donna Mae Thilges, Intermediate, and Shirley Ohnemus, Jr. At the monthly meetings demonstrations were given by Ann Smith, Rosemary Gisch, and , Inventions in this old world are coming so fast that the ladder to success may soon be replaced by an escalator. IOW $t®&wywy^^ It's Fowler's For Back-To-School Wear? CARTER'S SPANKY PANTS Fine Combed Cotton. Soft and Fluffy a$ a Cloud. Reg. Style 69c Double Seat 75c Girls' Tricot Panties of Fine Rayon. Vali/es to 49c. 3 for $1.00 SINGING NEEDLES SLIPS Of Fine Cotton In Regular and '/a sizes. 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