The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 11
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Miss Patterson Of LuVerne Is Nov. 6 Bride Gronbnch nncl thirteen membors present. Two junior members, Coleen John and Suzie Blake, are busy making articles suitable for Christmas giving-. The December meeting will bo a Christmas gift exchange at the home of Mrs Allen Blake Dec. 5. Mrs Gronbacb served refreshments. Find It (tort In the YELLOW PAGES of your phone book you can ybur savings too.Now is the time to'start saving where savings can really pay. You can stop talking about "the big one that got away* Open your account with us and it's yours ! Planned Dividend Rate NOW IN EFFECT HOME SAVINGS ft FEDERAL LOAN ASSOCIATION LuVerne — Patricia Ann I'att- (T>.on, of DCS Moines, daughter of Mi and Mrs Milo Patlerson, Lu- Verne, bee.nnc the bride of Robert Iliisch, son of Mr and Mrs Edgar Ilu-sch of Norwalk, Sunday, Nov. 6. The 3 p.m. double ring service was read by Rev. Worthic K. Uslier in the LuVernc Methodist Church. Nuptial music was rendered by the organist, Mrs Ray Stone and Mrs Dale Braynard. soloist. Given in marriage uy her father, the bride chose a gown of white nylon tulle over net and taffeta. The molded bodice was fashioned with a low scalloped neckline of Chantilly lace, delicately touched with irridescents. The sleeves were long and tapered to. points over the wrists. The long, billowy skirt was highlighted with wide bands of lace. Her bouffant veil of bridal illusion was held in place by a petal cap of organza, each petal tipped with a tiny pearl. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings. Her flowers was a bridal cascade bouquet of pink delight roses, tied with showers of white ribbons. Sandra Patterson, Des Moines sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Her flower girl was Vanessa Hanson. Ring bearer was David McPeak. The best man was Lowell Walker, and ushers were Jerry Patlerson and Merrill Rosander. A reception for 150 guests followed in the church rooms. Guests were registered by Roberta Murray. Gifts were arranged by Mrs Dean Gates and Mrs Albert Hippen, Jr. Cutting the decorated wedding cake was the bride's sister Mrs James Radley, Des Moines, assisted by Mrs Ira Burchett. Pouring were sisters of the bride, Mrs Vcrnon Shimon of Rolfe and Mrs Milford McPeak of Renwick. Kitchen hostesses were members of the Evening Star Circle of the W.S.C.S. The bride is a 1957 graduate of the LuVerne Community school and employed at Des Moines. The groom is also employed ,at DCS Moines. After a honeymoon in the O.arks they will be at home at des Moines. Auxiliary Met American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening with Mrs Frank Install Officers Installation of officers for the Lu Verne Live Wires tiirls 4-H club was held Saluiday evening. Installing uliic>,T vvns K;ie;«nn Blink. Installed were: President, Li Ota Ann Voss; vice-presidejit, Hacann Brink; secretary, Ruxie De Nio; treasurer, Linda Schnel- x.er, historian, Nancy Brink. Plans for the year were made. New programs wen.' handed out and explained by the leader Mrs John Vnss, Jr. One new member, Donna Jean Klein, was welcomed. Ten members and two leaders and nine guests present. An attractive lea table wa. c then set up, pouring, LcOla Ann Voss and Raeann Brink. The f.irls presented Mrs Allyn Brink with a gift as she has resigned as a leader. Leaders are Mr John Voss, Jr., and Mrs Francif Shorcy. Slight Damage The LuVerne fire department answered a cull Monday evening to the Herbert Kaiser farm northwest of LuVerne. However, the fire in a tractor was under control bel'oie the department arrived. Bancroft Girl Is Wed Oct. 1 At Fort Dodge 1 Community Chest Goal Is $1493 Sw*a Cily — the 1960 Community Chest Drive began recently at Swoa City. This year's Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1960 Moona (la.) Upper DM Molnet—3 The money is to be divided as follows: Iowa Childrons Home, $150; Boy Scouts, $443; Sister Kenny Fund, $100; Girl Scouts, $150; Salvation Army, $200; mental health. $150; and home ser- The town has been divider! into 9 districts. Chaiimon arc Mrs- dames Turnout Johnson. Kenneth Kollasch. Fern F'ctirson. Frank Smouse, Jean Taf.'ne, Judo Hill, Lowell Holierls and KiOfrnrr IV- trrson and A .]. Mil:-;1jipi<>iir<,h. goal has been set at $1,493. Tone Control 1 THE APPOINTMENT OF THE Hamilton Hatchery & Produce AS AREA FRANCHISED DEALERS FOR LARRO LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEEDS We are indeed pleased to announce to all of our regular La t*ro feeders in this area Jltat the Hamilton Hatchery and Pro duce of Algona has been given the dealership for Larro Feeds. Hamilton's will handle a full line of La,rro Livestock and Poultry Feeds in their new Algona Location. , "YOU ARE MONEY AHEAD WHEN THEY ARE LARRO FED" \ • • • WE ARE NOW LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING CO. Our Services Include _1. On the farm grinding and mixing. "" 2. Top prices for eggs. 3, Poultry, equipment and remedies. 4. Debeaking, worming and vaccinating service. Hamilton Hatchery Produce 1001 N. Main St. Juct South of Thompson Distributing Co. Algona Mr and Mrs John O. Hanson visited Wednesday in Duncombe with their son, the Wayne Hanson family. Henry Kubly and sister Mrs Sula Frantx were Tuesday afternoon visitors with llieii: sister-m- law Mrs Emma Kubly in Renwick. Mr and Mrs John O. Hanson went to Dodge Center, Minn., Monday and attended the funeral of his brollier-in-law, Peter Hughes. Mr and Mrs Levi Thompson 1 of Williams were Saturday visitors with their son, Mr and Mrs Archie Thompson and family. Mr and Mrs David MolTis and Mr and Mrs Ray Bockes of Waterloo were week end guests in the John Bockes nome. Mrs Fanny Sprugel of Knoxville is spending some time at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Archie Thompson and family. Mr and Mrs Richard Nielson attended the funeral of her grandmother Mrs Alfred O. Keil'f at the McCullough Funeral home Saturday in Algona. Mr and Mrs Don Miller and family and her father Henry KuV'ck of Algona were Sunday visilors in Clarion wilh their sister and daughter the Bernard Jensen family. The first birthday of Pamela, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Nielsen, was observed Sunday evening. Guests in her honor were her grandparents Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen, Sr., uncle Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen family, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Arthui Weise of Algona and Mr and Mrs Fred Will family of Corwith. Myrna Larimer and fiance Donald Cook of Algona were Sunday visitors with her aunt Mr and Mrs Earl John family. Visilors Sunday afternoon ir the John Bockes home were Mrs Nettie Jensen, son John and daughter Mr and Mrs Dean Seiser and family of Webster City. Mrs Jensen is a sister of Mrs Bockes. Mr and Mrs Glen McClellan called in the parental C. O. McClellan home Sunday enroute to their home in Des Moines from Minneapolis where they attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronback visited Thursday to Sunday in Sioux City with her brother, Mr and Mrs Henry Hesse. Karen Baker, employed in Mason Cily, spent the week end visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker and Mickey. Mr and Mrs Frank Gronback visited Wednesday in Sheffield with their daughter, the W. Dale Brayton family. Mr and Mrs James Sloter and Danny visited over the past week end with her parents Mr and Mrs William Prior and Sally. They moved recently to Cedar Falls from Forest City. The Rev. and Mrs Allen Rudow are parents of an eight pound, five ounce son born at 7 a.m. Nov. 9 at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. He has a sister and brother. The Friendly Neighbor Club were guests Tuesday of Mrs Ralph Block at her farm home north of Renwick. Eleven members arid one guest present. They packecl a box of new clothing for children to be sent to the Christian Home in Council Bluffs. A reading was given by Mrs W .Raymond Legler. Mrs Albert Hefti had surprise entertainment. Mrs Earl Neal was hostess to the Missionary Guild Wednesday. Guests were Mrs Sula Frantz, Mrs Albert Henrich and Mrs Duane Neal. The devotions were led by Mrs Edwin Jackson. They voted $5 for the Community Chest Drive; $5 for the tree of Lights, Fort Dodge; $10 for tho Christian Home in Council Bluffs and $10 for the over seas blind. Mary Kay Dolan. daughter of Mrs James Dolan, Sr.. Bancroft, became the bride of Thomas E. Roberts, son of Mrs William Roberts. Sr. Fort Dodge, in a wedding performed by Msgr. E. L. McEvoy in Corpus Christ! church at Fort Dodge Oct. 1. The bride is n graduate of Swea City high school and the bridegroom is a graduate of Corpus Christ!, Fort Dodge. Following a short wedding trip, the n'ewlyweds are residing at Twin Lakes. (UDM Engraving). •OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Otlosen — Mrs Bertha Jacobson was honored at a birthday party at her home Wednesday afternoon. The guests brought greetings, gifts and lunch. Attending were Mrs Lillian Wehrs- pann, Mrs Alfred Schultz and Todd, Mrs John Vinaas, Mrs Anna Purdy, Mrs Chester Alme, Mrs Earl Olson, Mrs Oliver Kin- scth, Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs Hattie Daniel, Mrs Gunda Enockson, Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs Magnus Bratland, Mrs Rena Enockson, Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Roy Enocksori, and Mrs Sam Thorsland, Mrs Molly Berge and Mrs Hannah Gunderson of Bode and Mrs Alice Mountain of California. Ladias attending the Methodist Bazaar at Bradgate Thursday evening were Mrs Ed Zinnel. Mrs Bertha Jacobson. Mrs Louis Jacobson, Mrs Roy Tel ford, Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs W. G. Cooper, Mrs Donald Usher. Mrs W. E. Hundertmark, Mrs Albert Thorsen and Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. 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