The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 19
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Area Man Wed Aug. 1 to Nebraskan ^Mr and Mrs Jack <3tiy went Id rferrnah, Neb. Sunday to ; attend the wedding of his brother, Jim GUy and Arlene ferunS. The service was^read at 4 p.m. August 7, in the- Methodist church with 'the bri'de's father Jb.e 'Rev. fifuhs officiating A reception followed the ser* vice: Mrs Roy Ouy ( Ren wick, mbther 6f the grbotn made the decorated cake. Otners attending from this area were Mr and Mrs Roy Guy, Renwick, parents* 4 ol the groom, Johh Utiy, Merman, Neb., sisters -the" Leonard' Collins, Humboldt, Lewis Cranes, Mason City, Joe Crosley's, Hardy, Roger Andersons, Lexington, Neb., Mrs Clif Robb, Lucerne. Mr and Mrs Fred Engstronlf. Mr and Mrs] Adam Zweifol" arid'sort Jim of Renwick. ' .' ! Missionary Guild ' Mrs Henry Kubly wks 'hostess to the Missionary Oriiild Wecines' day. A good attendance \?as re» PLATTER PALS 2' B 25 71 B 25 31 B 25 81 B 25 51 B 25 $1 B 25 Up front \ N comfort. '.. 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(Spr«l»l) - For tl>0 first time iiciuncu hat fouwJ u n«w bcutliit; snl'Stunca with Uio atton- Uhiiiff ubiiity to »brii>1; hunior- rhoiiia, stop itching, und relieve puin — without uurcyry. In CU30 dft'.T f»4S<!, . 'took plum. Most umi.ziiiRuf nil •• results wi-r* tbul (ullvfvi'* mi"l« nUlomopts liVe buve cuuinca tu be « problqni^ Thg secret ii a q<j^ hcijling itunce (Hio-Dyn«*),— discovery ot H worhl-fuinoua research institute. Tins substiuicw i* now ^v^i^blf in «uiii>uiilor<j or ointment /ornt GoodHvpe jkufdi Dedicated . 3 ..*•,* $.£-' J . l LS"& \*.,. > .. . n .*',l)'i_' fayette, Indiana, into Springfield, Ohio and Illinois. Dick McGowan of Clear Lake visited the past .week with his grandmother, Mrs Jessie Sanfofd. Mrs Gerald Herbener i and granddaughter Kal'uy Herbener of Mason City visited her sister Mr and Mrs A. W. Dimler Wednesday. Mr and Mrs John Waltman and family of South Bend, Ind. visited Tuesday in the Fred Baumgartrier, Mrs Clara Baumgartner and Fred Goetsch home. Eric Gramenz entered the Veterans hospital in DCS Moines Wednesday for further treatment. Mi- and Mrs David Harper and children of Grunfly Center are on vacation and are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Sr. Jack Bergman and friend Charles Whittrock of Rhinelander, Wise, were weekend guests of Jack's aunt, Mr and Mrs Curtis Morgan. The boys were en- route home from two weeks training with the National Guard at Fort Knox, Ky. Tuesday, Au§. 16, I960 AfflOBd (la.) Uppar DM MolnM-7 7* i Arnold Meine, Whittemore is; 1 president of the North Central society; Viola Huetlrter, Lakota, secretary; Delmar Kern, Al»?oria, treasurer and Frank Meine John Schimmel and Viola Huettner" are on the board of goverhfrs . | tF IT'S MEWS WE WANT IT Show officials from Kossuth county were George Wehnke, Bancroft, Frank Meine, Whittemore, and John Schimmel, Algona, superintendent^; Mrs John Schimmel, Algona and Viola Huettner, Lakota will be clerks; and Arnold Meine, Whittemore, supervisor of judges. Dedication ceremonies at ihe neMif-.-Ctaed Hope Lutheran chuich. at Tilonka were attended by a large crowd of persons' -Sutiday. Two 'views of the chtirch are shown here. Above, is a shot, of ithe" interior^ of 'the structure, which was;;completed recently, Growth of the parish necessitated, the new 11'4 56'40 foot b,|iilding, which is attached to the old -church. The old portion is.'to be used, as an educational un.it., . ' ; ... ;,.- . Below is-an exterior yieyf oith,e.bullding,»show ing the mam 'entrance and belfry portion. Housed in the belfry.' is a bell purchased in 1900, the year s ix Lutheran families banded together and formed the Good Hope Lutheran parish. (Cuts Courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette). Gladiola Show Held Saturday The North Central Iowa Gladiolus Society held their twenty- third annual exhibition, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13 and 14, at the Iowa Public Service building at Humboldt. Funeral Homes Homei At LuVERNE RENWICK WESLEY TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVK P : Oxygen Equipped -5- Radio Controlled ported, and one guest, Mrs Goldie Johnston, of. Culver City,. Calif., Miss Emma Krause led the devotions. Mrs Earl Neal gave an interesting account of trouble, in. the Congo. ,Her sister, Georgia Bateman, a medical missionary, has left and is now living with her sister 'Martha Bateman, retired educational missionary at Champaign,-111;' ' • \ ; " Club Hostess ' . The Friendly ' Neighbor club were guests Tuesday of Mrs Jerry Krause. Mrs" -Anna Krause was' a guest. Mrs W. Raymond Legler presented the lesson. Mrs Henry Kubly had.;the .surprise entertainment. Mrs Krause served refreshments., . 'Mrs. Eileen .Ernst underwent an appendectomy in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Wednesday. Mr and Mrs David McGregpi and daughter Delene,. Corvallis. Oregon, called Sunaay On Myrtle Jordan. Former residents of Sexton, Miss Jordan was Delene's first teacher, in 1942-45. Miss'Me-, iGregor is a. telpher,.in .th^S^em, Oregon, schools. " Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and children of Waltham, Minn.,'were Sunday visitors in the parental Edwin Marty and C. O. Me- Clellan homes. The Friendly A Neighbor Club members and the-r families enjoyed a pot-luck picnic Sunday at the Greenwood Park at Eagle Grove. Seven families were in attendance. Guests for .a buffet supper in the home, of Mrs Eleanora Eustace Saturday evening were her .. At your iruui'uutco- . Money back . U. S. P.U O* daughter,.Mr ana Mrs, Allen Wil T: son and family, Kansas City, her mother Mrs Martha Schneider, her .sister Mrs Elda Kollmann, her brother Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider Lu Verne, Adolph Koester, his son, the Herman Koesters of Livermort:, his daughters, Mrs Robert Mueller and boys, Cedar Rapids, Adeline Koester, St. Paul, Minn., and the Daryl Fredericks, Livermore. Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens", Tirn,othy and Mai-wnn, are in Cedar Falls for'V week at their summer callage at Riverview Parkf They attended the summer ROBLEE'S FAMOUS INVISIBLE STITCHING Looks cleaner, lighter in weight You'll enjoy smart styling as well as a smooth comfortable fit in these famous Roblees. They . f§e.l lighter, wear longer , . . Easily the comfortable shoe u'll ever wear. All Widths.A to BEE BROWNkiii SHOE STORE _ ALCONA, IOWA isiiHMn^^ 0 COAS WILL BE AT THE KOSSUTH COUNTY lassem'oly August 9 to 14 and the convention of the Women's Soc- 'iety of World Service August 11 "to 13. . Weekend visitors in the Adolph 'Koester home were his daughter i Mrs Robert Mueller and sons of Cedar Rapids and Miss Adeline Koester employed in St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jamesf Mallory visited her parems, Mr and Mrs Joe Madden, at Fenton Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Jerry Stille and girls visited her mother, Mrs Alma Steenhard in Dritt Sunday. Her nephew Craig Steenhard returned for a visit. 1 Mr and Mrs Gus _Wegner, Freeborn, Minn, came Sunday to visit in the Charles Hinz home with Mrs Hinz and son Lester. They went to Des Moines to visit Charles Hinz patient in Veteran's hospital, Charley shows signs of improvement following a stroke. Mrs Martha Schneider had as guests Sunday her granddaughters Mr and Mrs Alien Wilson family, Kansas Cay, Mr and Mrs Delmar Blankonhagcn family Fort Dodge her son Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider, her daughters Mrs Eleanora Eustace and Mrs Elda Kollmann. Mr and Mrs Clif Richardson and Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes left Saturday for a trip to California. They will visit their sons Mr and Mrs Duane Richardson and Mr and Mrs Lyell Holmes and family in the service there • Mr and Mrs Davur Morris of Waterloo were weekend visitors with her parents Mr and Mrs John Bockes. ; Mr and Mrs John Psilas of 'Davenport arc visiting a few days with, her father and brother Ffed and Qscar Bennkendorf. Mr and Mrs Edward Elberl kuVerne, Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm of Thompson spent several days over the weekend on a fish- jlig excursion at Walker, Minn. Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley and children of Fail-field arrived Friday to visit her father Phil g, Lichty a.nd Mrs Lictity. Canasta eight wore guests Monday evening of Mrs Phil C. {jjchty. At play, high, Mrs Frank Ctronjpach, second high, Mrs Hjarry Lichly and low Mrs S. R Bjaker. The Auxiliary Unit were guests Monday evening in the Mrs Earl Jphn home. Twelve members and \yo guests, Mrs Billy Hurdcopi $nd Mrs Emerald Strand were present. Mrs Jack Guy presided |^rs Ray Stone gave a report oi' tfoe recent convention at Des I4oin.es. Mrs Walter En.siel had charge of entertainment. Mrs Jqhn served refreshments. Mr and Mrs Earl Juhu uiu: children left Wednesday lor IW-9, W*£k. vacation trip.- Will visit his rennives in Kentucky, a ship-mule buddy La- Lots to See! "YO-YO" FOR EVERY ACCOMPANIED BY A PARE Nothing To Buy — FREE For the asking! SEE. New, 1961 Products! • We'll be previewing for your pleasure, three major products available at our store—1961 SIEGLER GAS and OIL HEAT, ERS . . . 1961 LEONARD REFRIGERATORS ... and the 1961 TRAVELER TELEVISION SETS. There'll be someone on duty at all times to answer any questions you might have about these products. SEE "Fun-Factory" MakeToys • Here's a new product that the kiddies will get a lot of enjoyment playing with . . , "Fun-Factory" that actually builds toys. See it being demonstrated at our fair booth. Buy one! SEE Parade of Toys -- on sale! 9 We'll also have a large selection of toys on sale for the boys 'and girls, See what's new in toys — buy one as a souvenir of tha fair for your children. SEE Free Prizes To Be Won! t FREE REGISTRATION will be held all 4 days at our booth for many wonderful prizes. Nothing to buy to regjster-^-it's all free! Prizes to be given away will be on display in our booth. Come In And Register Anytime. II All At Our Floral Hall ED WOLF, Owner ALCONA, IOWA M

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