The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 18
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(la.) Upper Dai Motoii Tuesday, Aug. 16> 1960 Sharon Seefeld Of Wesley To ' Wed Sept. Wesley — Mr and Mrs Naamen Seefeld announce the engagement and approaching marriage 'of their daughter, Sharon,- to Jerald Hayward, son of Mr and Mrs Howard Hayward of Avon, South Dak&ta. They will be mar- tied Sept. 2 at the Woden Christian Reformed church. She is a graduate of Woden .high School and Naeve hospital school of nursing and is employed at Rochester, Minn. To Wed A»ig, 24 David Youhgwirth and Helen Dorweiler will be married at St. Benedict Catholic church Aug. 24. She is ^daughter of Mr and Mrs George Dorweiler, LuVerne. David is a son of Mr and Mrs .Adolph Youngwirth' of LuVerne, Principal Arrives Elementhry principal James Harper, wife and sons of Central City are expected- to move soon to tl»e home recently vacated by Supt. and Mrs Charles Mullin, The home, owned by the school district, haa been rempdeled and redecorated for their use. Circles To Meet Methodist Circles will meet Aug. 17 in the Kathryn Hauptly, Harold Price and P. C. Haynes homes. Plans will be completed for. the annual chicken supper ' h h NOTICE There Will Be A Meeting Of The Kossufh County Democratic Central Committee And All ALGONA Sept. 16. Sh6we* Honbree Catherine Girres, daughter o: Adolph Girres, was hoftored a a pro-nuptial shower Aug. 13 in the Hugh BlacK home at Al» gona. . Miss Girres will become the bride of Donald J. Fietrzyk of Detroit, Mich. Aug. -29 in St. Joseph's Catholic church here. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Clarence • Dornbier, Sally, Maxine and Darlene Mr and Mrs Dale Dornbier, Mr and Mrs Ed Dornbier," Mr and Mrs Don Dornbier attended the wedding of Richard Dornbier, son 'of Mrs Cecelia Dornbier of Algona, and Joyce Kirsch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Kirscfc of St. Joe, at the Catholic church at St. Joe Aug. 3. Sally Dornbier was bridesmaid. Ailend Ball Games Mr and Mrs Howard Furine- inark and Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum spent several days over the weekend in Milwaukee, Wise. They attended ball games. Have New Daughter Mrs Benny Studer was brought home Aug. 8 from the Britt hospital where a girl was born to them on Saturday. The infant named Lisa Marie remained sev eral days longer. Trip To Colorado Helen Smith of Algona, Audra Haverly and Kay Hilbert are spending their 2 week vacations on a trip to -. Colorado Springs Colo., and other-places of interest Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Lon Gouge attended the wedding of her niece, Charlotte Friedman at Mason City Aug. 6. They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Ted Potthoff of Carroll, who spent the weekend at th Gouge home. A family picnic was held Aug. 7 at the Wilfred Becker farm home. Those who attended were the Gouges and the Ted Pott- hoffs, Morris Potthoffs of Carroll, Joe Friedman's of Halbur, Will Spanglers of Britt, Mrs velyn Lang, Reinbeck, Dolores and Yvonne Potthoff of Boone, D atricia Youngwirth and the Al- >ert Lickteigs. Don Price spent August 1-6 at I!edar Falls with his sister, Mrs Valgene Hansen and family. Their mother, Mrs Charles Price drove to Cedar Falls on Saturday o get Don and Mrs Hansen and the. Charles Price home lit honor oi Bill Price's birthday, Mr and Mrs Otto Henderson joined friends at the Earl. Winli home in Britt Aug. 7 for a bar« becue supper. ^ , Mrs Clair Thomas, ,Mrs Rita Youngwirth and Mrs Hazel Ger» des attended the County American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard Tuesday. Mrs Julius Kelch of Peorla. 111., and Mrs Agnes Kuntz 'arid son Jerry of Brunfield, Illinois were Wednesday tunner guests in the Jule Mata nome. Rosemary Matz of Jeffersoft spent several days last week ifl the parental Jule Matz home,' . Mr and Mrs George Burnette and family of Ames called brieft ly Aug. 7 at the Ray Hansen and Otto Henderson homes. • Carl-D. Frank, airman, U.S.N.j son of Mr and Mrs iMartin Frank, serving with Patrol Squadron 47 took part in a joint Canadian- American Anti-submarine warfare exercise, July 21 through Aug. 3, off the west coast of the U.S. and Canada. Mr and Mrs J. J. Jaegars of Milwaukee, Wise. Spent last week in the home of their daughter, Mrs J. L. Walker and family. Mrs Ted Hansen and daughter Debra of Seattle, Wash., and her brothers, Bob and Bill Whitney of Peqsacola, Pla., were August 6-9 guests in the Theron Hansen home. Mrs Hansen, Sr. accompanied them to tneir son's home in Seattle for a few day's visit. She returned the, following week. Mrs Chloie Simpson and her houseguest Mrs Grace .Martin spent Aug. 6 with the James Larsons in Mankato,' Minn. Mrs Simpson and Mrs Martin called on Mrs Al Burma of Woden, formerly of Wesley Tuesday afternoon and helped her cele- Drate her birthday. Joan K. Studer, daughter of the Joe Studers, and her uncle, Joe Eisenbacher, were sponsors at the baptism of her nephew, Ronald Henry, son of the Kenneth Studers of Bancroft Aug. 7. loan K. and her brother Roger, who is in army service in Germany were sponsors by proxy " Mr and Mrs Prajfik WelHok and family of Britt visited het-'pSf* erits, the Joe Studers 'and family Aug. 9, ' . ,Mrs R. J. Saunche of fiau Claif, Wise, spent Aug. 1344 in the parental, P C. Haynes'home." She returned home with Mf'and Mi's Bill Nadelhoffer, who had 'spent & week with the parents and their houseguests, Mrs Bill dar* dner ahd daughters- Susan and Shelley of Carlsbad, Cal. Three Reunions InWhiftemore Area Recently Whitlemore — The immediate 'families of-the late Mr and Mrs William Rusch held their annual .reunion in the Imnianuel Lut- Tieran church at Lotto Creek Su'n- day. Mr and , Mrs Art Heidenwith were host to the annual Heiden,with reunion of 73 guests, held . Mft wfl'6 rfnf .Usher son Mark who speni the weekend i'at the'Baptism 6f theif- ideee Wiles*, Hswld 1 ' May-- &t& «feek in the Price (hbme. t ,< ^,- Marlene Michelle bbrn, JUhe. 4 "" ' " ' •.*-.-.-. Mr and, Mrs-AleHard -MUfto 16'the Hfint Stu&My 0eftvef, of San AStifonlo, ^e'&ftS'slfetit.lOT week in the parental", L, ¥,"Rebt* home. • ,;' Cindy Sheridan of Mfisen Git$ spent last,Week here,",with'fhe;i? grandmother Mrs Jessie Sfierldah, and the Robt fattiuy. " , .- ,. Mr and Mrs- Elmer Larsbft attd' daughter Car'dlyn of Fofest were Aug. 14 guests in Sunday church. in St. Paul's Lutheran B ACK Leave For Coast . Mr and Mrs Vic Perkins and sons left Wednesday noon for a three week vacation in Calif? ornia, and other western' states. Out Of Hospital Mrs Francis Jnndel, who was a patient in the Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Errimetsburg and Daniel Foley who was a medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona are both home again and recuperating. Mr and Mrs Reuben Butzke, Lorainne and Milton, spent a week's vacation in Seward, Neb Thursday evening dinner guests at the Arthur Heidenwith home were Mrs Anna Behnke, Roselles, 111., and Mrs Mathilda Meyer oi Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy were after dinner callers. Mrs Behnke is a former resident here. She came here to ,visit former friends and stayed at the Herman Voigt home. <• Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher of here and Mrs Edward .Schumacher and daughter Cyntha ol Algona spent last week visiting •at the former's son-in-law and •daughter, Mr and Mrs Bert Sher- . wer&Waytt<* Anderson rifid Keith Kndne>. ; '-•The torlde'sgowft was* 6l white silk organza over taffeta witi lace and seed jtfearls at the neckline, a filed bodice, atict a '.long full skirt extend Into fbll train Her veil was of ntflott tulld held in .place with a , crown of seed pearls. She carried a white bible" with, white roses and streamers of stephanotis and white ribbons. After the ceremony a . reeefp_,« tidn was held in'tne chtlroh,par' lors for 250 guests, ' • , • The bride and groom left after the reception for a ten day trip into northern Minnesota after which they will be at home at St. Paul. . ' ' ' The bride graduated from Sentral high in St. Paul and was a, junior at Macalester College in St. Paul. She is now employed there. The groom Is a* graduate of Ledyard high school and Is employed at St. Paul. Mr and -Mrs Glen Burrow ot Ledyard, Mr Carl -'Burrow, 91 year< old grandfather of the groom, Keith. Knoner and Mrs Zilphy Hardt, all of Ledyard, were among those who attended the wedding. , '. '> You Can't stay ahead of your bills if you allow them to do all the running. MEANS MANY THINGS TO MANY PERSONS . . . MOST KIDS LIKE IT (WE'LL ADMIT SOME DON'T) ... MANY PARENTS ARE IN FAVOR OF IT (THE KIDS ARE OUT OF THEIR HAIR MOST OF THE TIME, AT LEAST DURING THE DAY) . . .BUT MOTHERS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN HATE IT ... UNLESS THEY CAN DRY THOSE GREAT, BIG LOADS OF WASHING FOR LESS THAN .'.. THAT'S RIGHT - A PENNY A LOAD A™ ' S N ° BETTER TIME THAN THE PRESENT TO GET THE COMPLETE STORY MATIC GAS CLOTH ES DRYING. GAS OPERATES FOR ONE.FOURTH AS «» &^U HE M ° ST REASONABL E OTHER TYPE OF DRYER ... AND IT DOES A BET- ll^i.f,' TOO '-- GENTLY ANDEFFICIENTLY HANDLING ALL TYPES OF FABRICS. STOP IN TODAY FOR THE GAS CLOTHES DRYING STORY AT North Central Public Service Co. 109 So. Harlan "YOUR GAS COMPANY" Algona •inan, at Lake Andes, S.D. They Returned home Satuiuay. Mr and Mrs Marcus Zumach spent a week's vacation at Colo- jrpdo Springs and Ainsworth, ,Neb. They visited .at- the home of' Mr and Mrs Adolph Ship- poreit, parents of Mrs Zumach. Twenty-five women gathered at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Sunday afternoon for a surprise party on ner 75th birthday. Mrs Meyer was presented with an electric mixer. Ernest Burrow, Ledyard, Weds St. Paul Girl Ledyard — Saturday, Aug. 6, at the St. John's Methodist church in St. Paul a beautiful wedding was solemnized, uniting Bonita Jean Tietz, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. H. Tietz, St. Paul, and Ernest Burrow, son of Mr and Mrs Glen Burrow of Ledyard, in marriage. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. John Payne and Rev, Jay Bostrom. . The bride who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mrs DeWaine Wilcox as matron of honor and Sandra Martens and Nancy Petro. The groom was attended by DeWaine THE SHOWPLACE OF ALL IOWA IOWA STATE FAIR ' \ ' Aug. 26 - Sept. 4 Des Moines Make this your -year to see the fabulous Iowa State Fair. A wonderland of exciting things to see . . . thrilling things to do. NEW Go-Kart Races — Aug. 26 Big Car Races — Aug. 28; Sept. 1/3 NEW Super-Modified Stock Car Races - Sept. 4 Star Studded Musical Revue — • Aii^lT thru Sept. 2 Circus-Thrill Show — Aug. 26 Thrill Show — Aug. 29; Sept. 3 Horse Races — Aug. 30-31 Jalopy Races — Sept. 2 Stock Car Races — Aug. 27; Sept. 4 NEW Maior Exhibits Open Until 9 P.M. AMERICA'S GREATEST, FARM EXPOSITION National Livestock Show ' World Hereford Conference Mammoth Machinery Show 4-H, FFA Fair Corn & Grain Show Women's Exposition . . . State Talent Championships . . . Free Acts in the Plaza . . . Huge Midway . . . Fantastic Fireworks . . . Horse Show. DON'T MISS THIS FAMILY FUN AFFAIR ;•; Served in the 3raciog$ Atmosphere of the Bqllroom Cach Sunday — 11:30 a,m, to 3;00 p.m. Featuring Music on the Hammond Organ Delicious Food Graciously Served Sunday Dinner* From $1.40 Up HOTEL ALGONA CpFFE| SHOP and DINING ROOM x ^>'- : :*7'r^;- -, : :v) ^^^>' t A;pV v -;v J /;^ / ;;;; ' %l I'*",. ; ;' 'V 1 '-" ;T/"''l". /' /"•""''> - M ^{..^j.t^H^K^M^^M^i.!^f«M^t'Sl • : >bON*T MISS THIS School/ Bedding Sale Pieces M Low Far | I Price Full Size, Groupings Of SERTA MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS i PIECES -'l 10«T SOLID OAK-3 PIECE BEDROOM SETS WITH BOOK CASE BED, $199.95 BOX SPRINGS, MATTRESS ___ BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL ODD END LOTS Of CHESTS I DRAWERS Finished or Unfinished 25% DISC. BACK TO SCHOOl SPECIAL BUNK BED ENSEMBLES Includes Springs Mattress BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL HOLLYWOOD TWIN BED ENSEMBLES C.A»IM«« ^fc A ^A ^n^C Includes Mattress-Spring mC|H ;!!) Feet & Hendboprd 1^"fwiW (SAaple Bookcase Ensemble $99.95 Close Qyt Of Flppr Sample? And Special • Prices On All Juvenile Assessoriej Which We Do Not Have Room To list. 5 *•* V

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