The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1960 · Page 3
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•Tack Allen has gone to tama where he will teach English and dramatics in the high school. Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner spent the weekend at Spirit Lake with Mr .and Mrs Keimeth Percival. Mr ~ and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie have been visited by Mrs Ralph Raney, Chicago. Mrs Esther Benson had as callers Wednesday Mrs Lois Lamb. Estherville, and Esther Wiggans who teaches at Graettinger, Mr and M/s Arthur Glaser and family have returned from Spirit ' Lake where they spent the summer in their cottage. Mr and Mrs Sam Dyer were recent guests 'at the Mild Rent?, home. Mrs Dyer is the ,former Mrs- Mayme. Webster. , Mr and: Mrs Raymond Gilbert were visited over the 1 weekend by Mr; -and. Mrs ; Gary Bernau and David, Ames. '. . Mr arid- Mrs' Wendell Feasier spent Sunday" at Bradgate with the latter's parents, Mr and,Mrs Ole Kriutson. : \ Mr and Mrs Herman Funk will, be visited over the Labor Day weekend;by their .daughter Florence, ' Chicago, j ; ;v , : ' • i . ; Mr and Mrs John Gerber have had as gufests 'Mrva'ndi MI'S rPaul Strahm, Sabetha, Kan., and Gary Strahm and wife of California. Mrs Carrie Bourne has had Mrs W. L. Whitney, Albert Lea, Minn., as guest the ; past month. Mrs Whitney is a former resident here. . ' Mr : and? Mrs 'Herman Funk were visited: (Friday by ' their grandson'Wayne Funk, He is in service arid stationed 'at Fort Leonard'Wood, Mo, ; : Bonnie Hanson,' who is employed here, returned Sunday from Fairmont, Minn., after spending a/ few days with her parents. • ' Mrs Nick Fisch was visited Friday by Mrs Susie Naber, Hopkins. Saturday she had Mr and Mrs Harry Otterson, Silver Springs, Md., as dinner guests. Mrs Hazel Lusby was visited Wednesday by Mr and Mrs H. Pierce Witmer, ,Des Moines, who are spending the summer at their Clear Lake cottage. Allen Selichnbw is' home from Deliver, Colo., and- will, remaiij here with, his mother- and her husband,: 'Mr, and Mrs Burton Arrowoba/' 5 '- 1 ^"-' 1 - ;!ii ' ^---^ Mr and Mrs Glenn Challyy have returned from a Vk. week vacation at Los 'Angeles. They visited Mr and Mrs Gene Chandler and Mr and Mrs Charles Vanderworker. Mr and Mrs Arthur Olson and A Bruce and Mark returned Friday from a 16 day vaeaiipn driving to Yellowstone Park, 'Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles and San Francisco, ; ; Mr and Mrs Robert Scott have rented the Nick tierte'house on South' Wooster street. It. has been occupied by Mr and Mrs A. L. 'Rochle'au who are movmg to Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst attended funeral services Aug, 22, at Grand Forks, N, D,, for the latter's grandmother, Mrs F. A. Barnard, 86. She was mother of "Bud" Barnard, Perham, Minn., former resident here. Mr and Mrs William Oliver, Eagle Grove, are the parents of a 6 Ib. 8 oz. daughter born Aug. 28 at utheran.hospital, Fort Dodge. This is the first grandchild for Mr and MiVS • Perry owman, Algona. Mr and Mrs Bill Marshall are parents of a son born Aug. 18 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs. 6 oz. and has been named Brian Scott. He has two sisters, Linda and Patti and a brother, Alan. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood have been visited by Mr and Mrs Frank Bonder and daughter Mary Frances, Kansas City, Mo. Mr and Mrs Hood spent last weekend at Des Moines with Mr and Mrs C. W. Connor and daughter Mrs Key Kolb and little son, Key HI, pf Philadelphia, at Mr and Mrs Ed Anderson's Mr and'Mrs Charles Fox and Tommy , Have returned from a trip to Aurora and Chicago, 111. At Aurora they visited Mr and Mrs Gordon Osmus and at Chicago they were guests' of Mr and Mrs Hugh Bronson arid Mrs Rose Hanlon. ' > i , Mr and Mrs Frank Vera had as guests Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the'Ted Vera cot* tage at Okoboji Mr and: Mrs Marion fiurbank, Mason City, Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillip^, Sexton, and Mrs Elizabeth Post. ' Mr and Mrs. Clarence Fras'er have been visited by- their daughter Mrs Kenneth Wright and daughter Safah, of Plainfield, N. J, Other' guests have been Mr and Mrs Dick Fraser, Carlo Jean and Julie, Des 'Moines. . • i , Mr,and Mrs-J. F. Milder .have returned from a 1 ten day. vacation at Lake Pohlsett, S. D., ,with Mr and Mrs Emerson )Wolfe,'Vol- .ga, S;'D. Mr Milder"'spent Saturday at Des Moines: attending; a board of directors' meeting of Thermogas company. ... ' Mr and Mrs Leonard Geecke were .recently visited'by Mr and Mrs Al Ruhland, Chris Ruhland 'and Mr. and Mrs Ed Whitfield, Dubuque. Mrs Goecke returned Thursday from Carroll where she had' spent & week with her mother, Mrs Matilda Mattes. •Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg drove to Estherville Sunday to 'bring home the grandson Mike Tols- tiorf who will be here a week. A son was born Sunday to! Mr i and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf at the Estherville . hospital. Mrs Tolsdorf is the former Dorothy Hagg. Mr and Mrs John Helmers have returned from a vacation of several days with Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers and Mr and ,Mrs Richard Helmers'' at Cedar Falls and Denver, respectively. They were also at "-Rockford to see John's father, Peter Helmers. Mrs Lloyd AVehencorf spent a few days last week at Lower Long ake, Minn., with Mr and Mrs L. H. Crawford, Minneapolis. Mr 'and Mrs Harry Otterson, of Silver Springs, Md., "were also there ai\d accompanied Mrs Wellendorf home. Mrs (Gertrude Faulstick is being, visited by Mr and Mrs Frank Scandm, '• Ironwopd, Mich., who will^ebhclude a visit'of a week Wednesday., They have 'also visited Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstick and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Faulstick plan to spend the Labor Day weekend with them at' Ironwood. Harry Godden has been visited by his daughter Mrs Robert Lucey and children of Staten Island, N. Y., who was joined here recently by Dr. "Lucey for a visit of ten days at which time the family will return home. They are 'spending part of the time at the Godden cottage at the Okobojis. ' Mr and Mrs Carter Zerbe and family of Augusta, Kansas, returned to their home Saturday after a visit of several days with Carter's grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Seeman. Young Zerbe is in the newspaper publishing business with his father, Jack Zerbe. The elder Mrs Zerbe is a daughter of the seeman's. Mr and Mrs J. I. Merryman were visited last /week by Mrs Ojdeon Kaldun, Minneapolis. From here she went to t Cedar Rapids, accompanied by her parents and aunt Mrs Banks Spurgeon. They visited Mr and Mrs Leon Glynn. Mr and Mrs Merryman accompanied the daughter Mrs Kaldun to her home Saturday for a visit. Mr and Mrs Jewel Patterson and Mrs Leota Halpin have been visited by William Walker of Syracuse, N. Y., brother of the women, and Mr and Mrs Don Meyers, Moravia, N. Y. "Bill" is a former resident here and it had been twenty-six years since he had been back. A family picnic was held during their stay \ at Humboldt. Mf and Mrs Jim Walker had as guests at'a pot-luck - dinner Sunday Mr arid Mfs James Wai- ker and John, of Lynn drove. Mr and Mrs Raymond Walker, of International Falls, Miftn.^ Mr and Mrs Staftley Walker,- Mr'.and Mrs Ray Walker, "Mr arid Mrs Wayne Myers, Lynn, ftasicka, David Culbertson and Mrs, Net* .tie Fisher and Mrs Nora Garner, V Burt. Mf and Mrs Harold Fristedt are spending a week at Lake Okoboji, being accompanied by their daughter, Mrs James McLeran, Iowa City*, Dr. McLeran, a resident in oral surgery at University hosp?ral, * anticpates joining the family over the L'a- bor Day weekend after which Dr. and Mrs 1 McLeran will re* turn ,to • Iowa City where Mrs McLeran is an instructor in the college of nursing. Mrs Edna Mitchell , and son C&rpl returned, nUg. 20 from California where they' had gone Aug. 5 to visit relatives, At Long Beach they visitedv MJ* and Mrs Willis Mitchell, at Lbmpac they were, with Mr and Mrs Willard Mitchell. Willard is stationed at the Vandenberg air base. At Los Angeles they were guests of Mr and Mrs C. T. Redfern, and joined Mr and Mrs A. R. Potratz, Denison, who had gone out ' a short time previously, the entire family .was together. Mrs Mitchell observed a birthday anniversary Aug. 13 at'a picnic at Paramount-Ranch, a site) of western pictures, at Which all of the honoree's children and their spouses and children were in al-. tendance. ' Adult Classes BALLROOM DANCING ENROLL NOW! FIVE LESSONS FOR $10 PER COUPLE PHONE CY 4-486? OR STOP IN FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ATTHi ACADEMY of DANCE Algona Hotel Algong Lurene Barrett ..21 Lakota — The Presbyterian church was the, scene of a wedding Aug. 21 uniting Lurene Barrett of Des Moines, daughter of Mr and Mrs .Virgil.Barrett of Lakota, and Alan K, Hiscock of Des Moines, son of Mrs Mavis Hiscock of Britt and the late Robert Hiscock. Rev, Harlan Kruse performed the doiiblerririg candlelight ceremony. , . • Carmen Cook Was organist and Paula Buckels, soloist. Matron of honor was Mrs Clark Stevens.' Other bridal attendants were Mrs Virgil Barrett, Jr., Mrs Gerald Bierstad and Mary Trunnell. Best man was Dean Hiscock and other attendants were Don Monte 'and William Hiscock. Flower : girl was Linda Doughan and James Barrett was ringbear- er.-, Ushers were Virgil Barrett,. Jr. and Robert Hiscock and coridle-: lighters were Clare and Qher.dlii Barrett. ' ' A reception was held for 175 guests in the church parlors immediately after the ceremony. Mrs J. W. Cook was dining room hostess. Judy Dahle and Nancy Cooper poured the punch. Nancy Hiscock was in charge of .the guest book. Tuesday, Aufl. ^ Algonc i (lajUppaf DM Mo!n«-3 Mrs Robert" Beemei 1 afid Mi's Allen Ridfeway cut the cake. Mrs Rasrrtus Olsbn Mrs Frank Fitgefald poured cof- 'fee^ Waitresses^ were Cynthia THo'mtisofi,- * tton'a"* Boekelrnan, Donna Hertke, Shelda" Hertzke ^and, Delores .Yegfee -,t?fid> lona Aukes Were iri > aharge J of the gifts, ' • , ; ' ' • :- ' 1 . ' ; , v The /bride is 4 gfddtiaU o| ttie Lakota high sdHopl^/ aftct I 'Mercy Hospital School of" Nursing 1A DeS Moines, from which she g"rad(kted Aug. 14.' She is ehiployXd 1 at" Des Moines. .The groom is a graduate b'f Britt high school aha] is also employed at Des Moines 4 . ; Honored Al Shower i , < • ( Ruth Wallentine wias < Honored at an open house arid miscellaneous shower at the Lutheran church Tuesday evening. The fol- lowing progvam was given: Devotions by Mrs Henry Steen- h;<rd, n solo by Donna Hertzke, aecom'pnnied by Mrs Jerry Heel- land, and readings by Shelda and Mrs Charles Hertzke. Martha,Elaine Wallentine was in charge of the guest book. The bride-to-be was assisted in opening her gifts by Sandra 1 Ten- eina and Phyllis Wallentine. Hostesses for the.shower were Mcsdames Raymond Hertzke, Alvin Boettcher, Otto Hertzke, Mayi nard Hertzke,- Ervin Schwarz, Ed- Ward Sheldahl, Albert Wibben, Jake Peterson, Lavern Edwards. Glen Mabus, Albin Nelson, Alfred Christ,. Vernort Smith, 1 : Charles Hertzke and George Weringa. Miss Wallentine became the bride of Don Fennema of Ledyard at Lnkola, Aug. 27. SPEAKING; Hot Water All Gone? 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