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, '.;-7* .'4 "I' ?*rAlflar»a (la,) Upptf DM Main** Tuesday,'Aug* 80> Style Show ' The annual Fall Style Show Lwas held Aug/ 24 at Algeria ^Country Club. ,. Mrs. Howard Wohlers, sop- 'rano, entertained with three vo- ical ieTectioris, accompanied by "Mrs, iNewfort'Coughenour. Kareh tNoVdichick gave a tap dance -a^d baton exhibition as well as • presenting seven of her dance pupils in;a Hawaiian number. £ Mrs. Cecil Will and Mrs. Leo Cassel were chairemn. Mrs Carl •Morck, Jr. acted''as narrator. fCommittee consisted of Mrs. W. %H. Bartlett^ Mrs L. S. Bohannon, 'Mrs W. R. 'Larson, Mrs Richard "Norton, Mrs William Novolchick, ^Mrs Dean Parrott, Mrs Joseph -Rooney, Mrs Frank Rueb and .IjWrs F. C. Scanlon. ' " Models included Mary Cor- Jine Smith, Linda Smith and -Florence Bjustrom for Chrischil- 'les; Patty Bray, 'and Margaret Herbst for 'Ghristensens; .Ann "Bohannon, Lytm Buchanan and Kathie Buchanan for Elva .& Jessie; Evelyn Bajdus for Elite and ."Marshall and'/Swift; Hazel Prieskorn, Jean Harris and Sir! Norton represented Fowlers; Jean ^•Keith, Michele; Cassel and Max- -ine Tague, 'Penncys; Imogene .Lighter and Flora Mocfc fijpm S, -and L. ".•'•: - ^ ''••• "Attend Wedding *' •' Mr and Mrs-Lawrence Gille- jipie and Mr and Mrs Verle Elmore attended the wedding Wed- ••nesday at Corwith of Mrs Gille- Ijspie's niece, Peggy Ann Puffer, daughter 6f ;Mr and Mrs Phil -Puffer, to Dennis Williams. Mrs .Elmore had c ; harg6 lof* the gifts *and Mrs Gillespie was^bne bf the ' x •'' '- ; ' Doug Meyer Weds the wedding of Carolyn Everds, daughter or'Mr/an'd Mrs Richard Everds, bf Estherville, and Douglas Meyer, son- bf Dr. and Mrs Harold Meyer, -Sioux City, took place Saturday afternoon in the-Presbyterian church at Estherville. Among the- A'l- gonans attending were Mr and Mrs James Everds, Mr and Mrs David Everds, Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman, Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sn, Mr and Mrs A. M. Quintard, Mr and Mrs Allen Buchanan and Mr and' Mrs Ralph Weber, Bancroft. , Fainily Picnic Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait attended a family picnic Sunday at Olson park,. * ort. Dodge. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Weydert and daughters Christy and Kathy were also present. At this writing it was not knpwii if, the D)jane ••WallUkaite p£ Fort Dodge would be present as Mrs Wal- lukait Jr., was in an auto accident and taken to a Fort Dodge ho&fjtal >: foVj neck x-rays/ The dqughteit Julie .; suffered ;facial injuries, [,''•• \ '. ' •,'; t I- Lutheran Aid '; The'Ladies Aid < society •'of the Trinity' Lutheran church /will m|et Thursday,, Sept., li Hostesses "will be Mrs '• Florence Brown, Mrs Albert Hagg, Mrs Randall Clark -and Mrs Harold ColWell. ( '.\\ ', \ :..•:•. Baptist Eadie* Meet -i'! < * ' ?, The Womens Missionary society of the First Baptist church will : meet ; Tuesday, afternoon,: Sept.' 6.- Hostesses 'are Mrs "Cork Hill and Mrs Delia Reaper. FetfU W«to ~ vi ~ Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris, Rogers and fcatficia. Davenport, attended the wedding Aug. 20 .at Iowa City of their son Jerry and Jan Meyers, Elkhart, Ind. Both are students at the university and will continue making then* home there while attending. Patricia Is expected hoine in a short time. She has been working*at the Annie Wittenmeyer school and it is probable she will return there after'a visit with her psir- e'nts. ; • i - . Annette Gilbride ; Mrs Lewis Gilbride gave a' party for ;her daughter, Annette, in honor'of her «7th birthday j Aug. 25. Those attending were! Jane Penton, Jan Elbert, Joan; Robinson, Edna Frideres, Mary Ilia McGuire, Leoha Heider- scheidt, Mary Loti Nitchals, Mary Jo Lichter, Karen Higley Patricia Goodman and Charlotte Bonovia. The 'afternoon was spent playing games and lunch was served. <••>.>, Birthday Party ~~ Mrs Chris Wallukait gave a party 1 Wednesday .Afternoon for her granddaughter Jane, 11, daughter Of Mr -and Mrs Duane Wallukait, Fort Dodge. Guests were Jackie Trub, .Mason City, Vickie Sherwood, Clear Lake, and Christy W^bydert. They attended the matinee, followed by supper and in the evening were taken to the fair at Fairmont. Guest Honored Mrs Leonard Malueg gave a coffee Friday afternoon complimenting Mrs W. -L. Whitney, Albert Lea, Minn., who has been house guest of Mrs .Carrie Bourne th ( e, past month. Other guests were Mrs Bourne, Mrs J. B. Asa, Mrs W. A. Foster, Mrs Clinton Lighter, Mrs John Thompson and Mrs Max Miller. , Wed Here August 27 _ j , *j' , . . ,' "... V i&P.Wis?vJ&*,* i ' ^16^, . • t. , i.f .t. *, , i'.,,j L . ' Sponsor Coffee . St. Cecelia's Guild will sponsor a coffee Sept. 3 from 9-11 a<m. at the' home of Mrs'Bridget Smith, 308 S. Dodge. Anyone is welcome. .. takes only a minute , .... To become a preferred customer of our bank. Both the money - > you save and the money you borrow will help to establish sound bank credit which will be one,of your most valuable assets. You are cordially invited to stop in soon. qfs the b^l minute JMI «rtr spienL" SAYINGS LOANS TRUST SERVICE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES GENERAL SERVICES IOWA f • , ^ Safe — Confidential — Friendly ALGONA, IOWA Jhrt fc <$fttftn> ftwts -, Fehtofl, ws<J Johvi Ru' ' ' « om LetfyahL Pbilf BanDftflM, Ronald ffiitttt' tJHwAft, ChWfl» To Wed Oct. 9 Mr and Mrs Deb Hall of Al- .gona have announced the engagement aqd approaching marriage of Maxine Sweet and Wally Hill, son of Mr and Mrs Jess Hill, Algong. The, wedding will take place Oct. 9 in Trinity Lutheran church here. ^Miss Sweet and Mr Hill are both employed in Algona. Have Reunion Mr and Mrs John Helmers, Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson, ME. and Mrs Virgil Wilschusen, Fort Dodge, and Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers, Cedar Fans, attended, a family reunion Sunday at Mr and Mrs George Knoer's • at Whittemore. Congregational Ladies ' The Womens Fellowship of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, Sept. 1 for a' one o'clock luncheon. Rebecca circle will serve. There will be instalr lation of officers. i . . Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Ted Slang, who were married Saturday, Aug. 27, at the First Presbyterian church here. The wedding story will be found on the front page of the second section in today's Upper Des Moines. Mrs Stang is the former Marion Lee (Mimi) Wright, daughter of Mr and Mrs Brail Wright of Algona. (Glenn's Studio foto—UDM engraving). WHEN THE SCHOOL YEAR STARTS Wed 57 Years Mr and Mrs Harry Cutler went to Cedar Falls Sunday to. be with the former's parents, Mr ana Mrs Albert Ciftler's whose fifty- seventh wedding anniversary 'was observed by members of the family. - % Mrs McQuiston Hostess Mrs C. R. McQuiston entertained her birthday club members Thursday afternoon. ' Mrs Fuller Hostess Mrs W. J. Fuller entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon, Youngsters Begin To Live In Sweaters; And Nothing's More Attractive Than Sweaters Beautifully Cleaned And Blocked • By — ' Wj The Algona Cleaners and Launderers Across From The Courthouse FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY — PHONE CY 4-3265 Algona StaNu Iowa Complete List Boys iH Blue Ribbons, Fair Horse and colt dept. — Dean Dochls, Algpna, showmanship champion, Jim Abbott, Algona, reserve champion, John Barnes, Swea City, and Danny Danielson, Algona. Hereford — Danny Anderson, Swea City, champion and reserve champion, Jerry Pingle, Algona, David Sleper, Lakota, and Dennis Uthof, Fenton. Angus — Tom Henry, Algona, champion, Mike Mosbach, Whitlemore, reserve champion, Cletus Mosbach, Whittemore, and Don and Duane Hilbert, LuVerne. Shorthorn — Kenneth Schmick- ing, Swea City, champion, and Kathy Spangler, Corwith, resurve champion. Carcass class — Tom Henry, Algona. Showmanship — Don Hilbert, LuVerne, champion, and Tom Henry, Algona, reserve champion. Art Club booth — Swea-Harrison club and Greenwood club. Woodworking — Sidney Banwart,'West Bend. Purebred sow and litter, junior division — Alan Priebe, Algona, Donald Etherington, Algona, John Scufilimn, Algona, Gary Priebe, Algona, Richard Schiltz, Bancroft, James Erpeldir.g, Algona, Joe Kollasch, Bancroft, John Cordes, Lakota, and Handy Newlin, Swea City. Single pig — Alan Priebe, Algona, Gary Priebe, Algona, James Erpelding, Algona, Wayne Cordes, Lakota, and Randy Newlin, Swea City. Showmanship —• John Scuff- ham, Algona, champion, and Wayne Cordes, Lakota reserve champion. Guernsey heifer calves — Ail Mogler, Whittemore. Guernsey yearling heifer — Art Mogler, Whittemore, champion, and Jim Laabs, Fenton. Jersey heifer calves — Dennis Nurre, Bancroft, champion. Jersey yearling heifer — Kenneth Nurre, Bancroft. Shorthorn heifer calves — Terry Frieden, Ottosen. Milking shorthorn — Terry Frieden, Ottosen, champion. , Ayrshire' yearling and 2-yr. old — Linda Anliker, West Bend, champion. All Cow Class — Charles Bierstedt, Whittemore, and Gary Banwart, Ottosen. Club Group of 5 — Lotts Creek Leaders, Garfield Hustlers and Fenton Progressives. ' Showmanship — Gary Banwart, Ottosen, champion, and Dean Dodds, Algona, reserve champion. Breeding heifers — Angus, first year heifer, Tom Henry, Algona, Lenora Hilbert, Lakota, and Don Hilbert, LuVerne; second year heifer, Tom Henry, Algona, champion, Mike Mosbach, Whittemore, reserve champion, .Lenora Hilbert, Lakota, Virgean. Bierstedt, Whittemore, Gene Bierstedt, Whittemore and DuWayne Hilbert, Lu- Verne. Judging contest — Art Mogler, Whittemore, first. .Market lambs — Richard Fritz, Titonka, champion, Dennis Fritz, Titonka, reserve champion, Dale Wegener, Whittemore, David Wegener, Whittemore, Donald Hanisch, Bancroft, Bob Hardt, Swea City, Patty Hardt, Swea City, Tommy Higgins, Jean Mescher, Algona, Eugene Gardner, Algona, Robert Doocy, Bancroft, Arnie Linde, Swea City, Ronnie Linde, Swea City, Paul Larsen, Wesley, Linda Fritz, Wesley, Joe Bode, Al- Rona, Jerry Bode, Algona, and Billy Johnson, Armstrong. Showmanship — Robert Doocy, Bancroft, and Donald Haniseh, Bancroft. Ewe lambs — Dennis Fritz, Wesley, and Jim Blair, Wesley. Holstein heifer calves — Gary Banwart, Ottosen, Mark Bierstedt, Whittemore, Dean Dodds, Algona, Kenneth Bierstedt, Whittemore, Titonka Girl To Be October Bride Mr and Mrs Oscar Norland of Titpnia Announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Norma Jean to Mr P0n,aid E- Aimers, son of My -$«<* Mrs Emil Elmers of Burt. The wedding is planned for October 1. (UUM Engraving) reserve-' Ottosen. ' t Mariefe! IlHer — James 't Afmstr&rig, , champion, RekJ Bfls tow, LuVerne,' reserve ehamptott, Jerry Saney, Algona, Tom Goche, Bancroft, Edwaixl Droessletj Bancroft, Daryl Boehm, ' Lakota, Brian Johnson, Lakolaj Robert firoe^ler, Bancroft. Kenneth Arn> Horfedt Algono, Richard « Olseti, Arm8^ong,'and Roger TMk4,-,iri* tonka", '{ ' "'•"„-%,. • Mafkel peA — JameS Erpeldmg, AJgonV champion,! John, Scuff* ham, -Algona, reserve champion, Chris'tiygaard, Wesley. ' Individual pig,-'- 'Jim La,rtdn, Armstrdhg,, champion, James Er r pelding, Algona,, reserve champ- Showmanship — John Scuff- ham, Algona, champion, and Chris Nygaard, Wesley 1 , reserve champ- Poultry — Stephen. Yackle, Bancroft, David Harner, Swea City, and Larfj* Nurre, Bancroft. Rabbits v — John Nemmers, Bancroft, and JDonald Diers, Bancroft. ,-Ducks — Vernon Droessler, Bancroft. , Geese — Patty Banwart, West Bend. , v ., '. Lois 'Rqe Funk Of Algona Weds Des Moines Man In a ceremony performed Sunday, Aug. 28, at 4 p.m. in the First * Methodist = .Chapel, Des it of Mf «nd Mra )h.ink .Allonft, .becnme ft «st WimiWi.A|i|twny ** sert of - w 'aiM -Mfs PolWW Hfe^t, Ses Mdlftes . _„ ...Ji eirol F\M'^ls bftfles. 'majd and best waft'. .\v% Jerry, * i -"" ij '' f &Mtt>i fwfft" .Howard ftteMm Itul^H,.' \ I sb^''widd1n|Arlp the will b6 ht h6me. at Dos Moines. Urt Mrs Le6 MiteML BurVbi| - HP Sftturd^^hni visttifll, With his mother, .bwth6tt afld sister nt the Home'Sf, hid gfaW? battjhts ftonf, OyUndef-j Actcofd- Ihg te.'l«leat r repti^ 'h(s tf6ndf|. lion was listed fl$ serious, m, was tdkon tltsfi td '.ft' % Bodgl hospital, tHen tb> Derf Moine| where he is undergoing tests tt determine the nature of his ilf- nes?. , , PHONt C^ 4-3iSS - iYiQUtt NfeWSPAPfft r y •' Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. 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