The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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,!*•> , - , fc .*< •';*"" • " **.' J«f|. I, 1959 .*'- Mr add Mrs Phil Diamond hato returned from fixeelsior Springs ey spent several day*. Mr and Mrs Carl Miller racenl- ly visited Mr and Mrs Jack Mahoney at Quinby. Mrs Leroy McWhorier was vil- lied last week by Mr and Mrs filbert Green of Waterloo. Dr. 1. J. Thissen has relumed Irom St. Petersburg, Fla. Where he vistted a daughter and son. Mr and Mrs Clarence Mortal! are leaving Friday for Brownvllle, Tex. Mr and Mrs Pat Tierney of Milford, were guests of Mrs Clem Cavanaugh Monday. * Mr and Mrs Earl Miller were visited a few days last week by their grandchildren Cheryl and 'Joan Lovstad, Burt. Rebekah Lodge will meet Jan. 13 at 7:30 in the Moose halL There Will be installation of officers by the district deputy. * A ! Mrs 1 Esther DeCamp had as Christmas day guests Mr and Mrs Walter Whetstone, Casey, and Mr and Mrs John Bergman, Bancroft. . Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool were visited Friday and Saturday by 'Mr and Mrs Richard Dunlap, Judy and Bob of 'Denver Colo. Hatiie Wilson has returned from a vacation trip to Phoenix, Ariz., where she spent the holi days with a brother and his Wife. Mr and Mrs D. D. Monlux were recently visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Dr and Mrs Wil- .liam Monlux, Ames. ; Mr and Mrs Tom Moe have icome from Anderson, Calif., and are making their home with the parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe ,for a time. „„• iX_ Sandra, daughter of Mr* and Mrs Wayne Peterson, has return^' ed to Stanford University, Calif., - whef e she is a student She spent two weeks with hfer parents;; , " * Mr and Mrs Mare Moore spent -Christmas at Fort Dodge .With 'their son-in-law j and 'daughter, Mr and Mrs ,E. W. ,Dean -and were joined by the other sbh-in-law knd daughter Mr and Mrs Wayne ford,, of Iowa Falls.' _ _____ Mr and tin Clar*nc* Datrlek left Sunday night for Hayward. Calif, to visit their daughter add family, Mr and Mrs Owen Van Cmeo Mothers & Daughters club will meet Wednesday afternoon, January 14, at the home of Mrs Douglas Wildin, Mrs Les Wildin assisting. Mrs Delia McCullough returned Saturday from Newton where she had spent the holidays with her sister Mrs E. O. Korf and Mrs Margaret Dillon, Mr and Mrs Max Meting had their son*in4aw and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles Snodgfass and Jimrrtie of Des Moines as Christmas guests. Mr and Mrs Sob McCullough Bruce and Mari spent Christmas at Correetic-nville with Mrs McCullough's barents, Mr and, Mrs Charles Michaelson. ' . , , Mr and Mis Harry Greenbitg \yero ,vldlted over" the weekend by the Waiter's b*0ther-in-law and sisteh M\r and 'Mrs Jerry Frie"del, Minneapolis. ; Mr and Mr« Louis McEnroe and family* Josie-McEvdy and Mrs ..... ' Betty Carfcbn Wee?| FirJt Baby Reported : Mi- afld Mrf trtd Strtithers, Al go-na, are j»reftt* oi the fits .baby, a girl "wh» has been named Staf, bofVai Si Ann hospital at 11 :H JaK ft. The. rife* little irl weighed ounces. UDM Clarified* Pay D>vidend« •Bhtistmas .6f Mr. and Koyper at Garner, Mt and Mil e Shilth had ^ . iday the lat- ters^aunt from Lohg Beach Calif, ^rs'gay Stefri> formerly of Mason _.„,. was brought hottifetSunqay frohf Sioux City by her sbn-in-Haw and daughter, Mr and" Mrs'-James Griffith and son * she,had spe.nt a • .* >, ; -•' * moot Jan. PLANTATION BALLROOM , < wV WHIHEMORE, IOWA ^ FRIDAY, JAN. 9 Midwest Caravan SUNDAY, JAN. 1 1 Don Hoy ie completed lay installing offi- 1 <y A . ^ i. Fellowship of the ,1' Church will .meet ra.-at , Mr and Mrs George Sefrit have returned from a two week vacation at Biloxi, Miss:, and New Or- leanS) La. They also stopped en- route at Edwardsville, 111., to see Mrs Sefrit's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs D. R. Deal. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen' visited Mr and Mrs J6e Reding at Whlttemore Sunday. The Mergens soniDarrell has'returned to Minn : esota to .resume his studies at the university following'his holiday vacation with his parents, - Dr. and Mrs N*. J. Kelley, Jim andrSUe, spent Jan. -1-2 - visiting Mr -and Mrs R. J. Finn at Harlan. Jim, returned to Iowa U. where he i? studying law Monday and Sue returned td her classes at tfrbana, Ill/Sunday. " ' ••*>', ; Mr and Mrs Mijes Sloniker, Carol and, Kim spent the' Christmas hblidays in RerioSha, Wisconsin :ahd returned ^ith/the. latter's Barents, Mr and Mrs William Senne;also of that city. They will refhaiuVhvAlgqna for two .weeks. Word has been received from elvin C. Thompson,-Omaha, Alderi • McAdams e:lattef!s mother, Mrs Myr- ,Chr.istmas guests -brother and sis- t.ei-:fn;lisiwMr aridjMrs Glen Winslow.-' „'.->'..' ••• . > - , ' 'Mr-- -and' 'Mrs . Earl • B. Miller, J&tfVin > '>andWarilyjvMrS' C; 'N* RobihspriYahd MVrand Mrs Hal-, 3JSnyderj?Jr., Albert Lea Minn., nt'New-Years avAyrshire with, .and<Mrs .Keith Stephens.. '•--'' T -- 1 - Marshall*and child- the day after Christmas" t,-Ill. where they visited thelbrottier-in-law'and si' Mr a*nd>'Mrs"E^ster. Schumacher and ~ ' - • • mfW., where they vis- _i% -brother-m-law and Mr and'Mrs'Raymond Hell^Marshall flew, in -to join ' FRIDAY, JAN. 16 Orlie Workman SUNDAY, JAN. 1Q Clem Brau No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 SPECIAL r OR A Neo., of'the Jbirjh of, a son to the daugh|eriNancy, and.her husband, Mr and.'.Mrs p.ruce , Holding, at Santa Fe Springs, Calif. The infant has been yarned Bret and, weighed 8 pounds and 4 ounces. Alfred Schultz and his cousin, William Grimtnelttiann of Elmore, Minh. -left Sunday for .Phoenix to visit a cousin, Henry -Brick and family. They will also go to Mc- Alle'n and Brownsville, Texas, to do some fishing and Rockport, Texas to visit with friends: '', ; Mr and Mrs-Earl-.B. Mai'ilyn and Marvin • and Mrs Hallard Snyder-Ji-;, Albert' Lea, Minn., attended' the wedding December 28 at Pacific Junction of Janice Miller and Willard Record'. The bride is a niece "'of Earl Miller. • ... ' Mrs Inez Wolfe spent the holidays at Fairfield with .Mr and L...J., Pruitt and at Daven- The 'Good Hope v Lutheran, church at Titonka wa.s the scene- of a wedding Dec. 20 when Betty Jean Carlson became thib'brideipf Duane Roger Hanna. The bride is the daughter of Mr and M|9 Guy Carlson,'Wesley, while tile bridegroom'is the son of Mr and Mrs S. M. Hanna, Titonka. Rev. B. H. Schwerin' officiated at the double "ring cefembhy'.in the presence of 200 guests. Lora Willemsson ' \^as' J organist .-and Leroy Bruns sblo^t. ' '•' Mrs Guy Carlson, 'Jr., Creve Coeur, 111. served ad matron-of- honor. Rachel Carlson, Wesley, served her sister as bridesmaid, Julie Rae Hanna,' Britt, was flower girl, and Keith .Havlikj Palmyra, ' Wis. was the . -riiig' rbearer. ; ^ • \ /A' Guy Carlson, Jr., brothel* of,-th!e bride, was. best man and Ronald Hanna was groomsman. -Usher's were' ..Ernest 'Carlson, .' Haflah Hanna, and Kenneth Carlson^ , The r bride';wore ''a.gown'.'Of white "tulle, over .satin. It was fashioned with a Sabrina necklitie and a bodice of' Mardi 'Gras 'lace The skirt ended in a short train and the sleeves were long encUpg in points- at • the wrists. Her finger-tip.yeil fell from a lac.e hp; embroidered" in sequins and pearls. Her jewelry was .pear' earrings and necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. The bride's, bouquet w'as an -orchid surrounded by white rose buds. ,A reception was held in'the church, parlors following the cere- fiMrs Rose H'avlik kept the s- - • .- jy^g Lu Eii a "— - pbrt with Mr and'Mrs C."J. Dy- la'nd &'-Mr and Mrs Wayne Sink- 'Sen.-Mrs'Pruitt ^and Mrs Dyland are - stepdaughters of Mrs" Wolfe a granddaughter. . ^ ! t tBeecher Lane and his'son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Wiebusch, Minneapolis, joined -Mrs Lane -and Gary at Roch,- egter, Minn,, where Caryhad been taken for • corrective surgery. He is making good recovery ana/it is e'xpected Mrs Lane will bring him [ home this mid week. Mr Lane re- t'Urned home a few days previous|iy- ( At supper on New Year's day. RVbert Brown, and Loel Haak of Sioux City were guests of. Pastor a,nd Mrs Gerike and^family. Past- or'and Mrs Ge;-ike and Carol motored to SherburnJ Minn, on Sunday, where the-pastor spoke in special services in connection with the dedication of the educational unit of -.St. John's Lutheran church;Mr and Mrs' Dick Meyer have attended family dinners during the" holiday, one at Ventura with Mrs Meyer's brother and sister-in- law Mr and Mrs Herman Tapper and one at Titonka with the parents Mr and Mrs Ben Meyer. The son Benjamin who is a theological student at the college in'Dubuque spent the holidays with his parents Mr- and Mrs Dick Meyer. Lt. and Mrs Kirk Hayes left Friday for their home in Lake Charles, La. after-a holiday •visit here with their respective parents, Dr." and 'Mrs M. G. Bourne and Mr and Mrs John Hayes. Dr. and Mrs Bourne also had their daughter, Barbara home over the holidays. She returned to .her studies -at Carleton college at Minn, on Monday. Mrs Verndn' Hanna and Buffington poured and 'Garlene Gray, Pat Berger * and Darlene Franzen wer-e in. charge of the gifts. Pearl-Hammond was din ing room hostess.) Other hostesses were DorotHy Langel, Rhonda St. John, Sharon Shiith, Darlene'Bent'ele, 'Mrs Dale Struthers, Mrs Fern Young, Mrs at six pounds. have, why probated ancl last Will *ntf ceased. Dated at Al 195'J. Clerk M Whifcel & Winkel. Quality, Service, A Good Deal SAVE '•> ,:!? $40.00 $60.00 ON A NEW ? > f ' WESTINGHOUSE ON A NEW WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT S.'' H. Arndorfer, Mrs Fred Mrs Robert • 'Bolenus, Mrs Lpuis Hansem, Mrs. William Fritz, Mrs Menrio'Fuls,* Mrs "Recca Hipp 'and Mrs Ted Hoover. The bride is 'a graduate of -Titonka high school and attended Mankato Commercial college. She is Kossuth county deputy auditor. 'The Bridegroom is also a graduate of .Titonka high school and 'attended Wartbu'rg "College at Waver ly. He is with the United States Army,' stationed at Camp' Carson, Colo. ' After a wedding trip to Illinois and Wisconsin, ".the bridegroom rjas returned tq Camp Carson, while the bride will - remain r at home temporarily. (Photo /by Glenn's Studjp — UD.M Engraving) Henry Boeckholt Rites Held At Titonka Jan. 3 Henry Boeckholt, 82, died Wednesday at the Maple Leaf Rest Home, Burt, following a "long illness. Ftmeral services •were held. Saturday at J;3Q p.m at ;the Titonka Baptist Church. The Rev, Roland Andrews officiated. He was preceded in death by his wife and three children. Surviving are twp spns, Hiram and Hamin, Titonka;,and three daughters, Mrs William D. (Ella) Boy ken, Woden; Mrs Eilcrt (Hebe) Boyken, Titonka, and Mrs Arthur (Gertie) Boeckholt, Rolfe, • £ee ug now Algona Implement Co. . J4? Gpmmereial, Algona, lows'' >~t. ! "B ' HI BNTERNATI0NACTRIKKS housefPothes Dryer •, Truly the "QUEEN' 1 of the modern Housewife^ Idurj'dry room! Fat-; ented Direct Air Flow Dries Clothes Faster; Removes ,^r'u;ikles, Saves Current! 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