The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 14
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6-Alflona (Id.) Upp»r Dtt Mfclfftft Thurtday, April 2, 1959 T & Algona To Be Convention Host and attended Broadlflwhs Hospital School of Nursing.* ftet£«% tfc« has bfeeii'assisting her parlms in the operation ol the ChforM Gi The bridegfoofri is & gftr of the Algona high school attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Palis. He is employed by General Blectfie do., as a communication field engineer, • ?' •Mr and Mr* Reed will be at home in Syracuse, New York after April 1. Post-Nuptial Shower A post-nuptial shower was given at Good Hope church Tuesday, Mar. 24, for Mr and Mrs Dick Sarchet. ' The bride is the former Mary Jergens. Hostesses , were Mesdames Cecil Bjustrom, Or-, ville Holdren, Robert Sarchet) Otto Harlan, Glen. Jenkinsbn*, Vern Teeter, William Champion, Clarence Rcibhoff, William Broesder, Mart Elmore, William Dodds, Jim Dodds, Julia Taylor, Jim -Knoll, .Jim Shipler, Jake Smith. Kenneth Sarchet, Quenton Bjustrom. Arie Ditmer and Lloyjd Schenck. Mrs Robert Sarchet and Mrs Mildred Fraser, aunts of the bridegroom, poured. • ; tent tiome, Eastet . • Sunday guests at . were Mr and MrS Kobirt and Sue of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Harold SteveftSott ,«* Brttt. Mrs Ray Fitch received a lettef from the Dell Fitchs. They been at Rockford, tll. r for two weeks at the home Fitch's Mrs Claira. Members of Ihe Algona chapter of Ihe Business and Professional Women's club are shown mak ing plans for the district BPW Spring Meeting to ba held Sunday, April 19 at'the high school Annex here. Seated left to right are Ann Stock, Marge lilg, Kathy Griffin, Helen Comfort, Hattie Wilson and standing, Anna Merritt, Mary Hays, Sheila Ra.'hut and Charlotte Collier. (Isaacson Foto-UDM Engraving). Portland Twp. By Mrs, Victor Fitch Faye Loss Honored i • Faye Loss whose marriage to Robert Kuhlmann took place Sunday evening, March 29 at 7 o'c 1 o c k in the Presbyterian church was given a personal shower Monday, Mar. 23 by Mrs Alvin Huenhold, Mrs William Finn, Mrs Ed Hough and Mrs Ralph Brown. Mrs Casey Loss poured. The honoree was assist- 'ed with the gifts by Mimi Wright. Games were played and prizes were won by Kinti Wright and Mrs Carl Grisham. Another shower was given for Mrs Kuhlmann, nee Faye Loss, Mar. 27 at the Moose Hall. Hostesses were ftirs Al Kramer, Mrs Francis Biustrom, Mrs Clinton Sodden, Darlene Freis, Wilma Brown, school and college friends. Wanda Grisharn had charge of the guest book. Mr and Mrs Kuhlmann left for a wedding trio >to New York Citj and Niagara Falls. They will be gone about te\i days and there' after will be at home on a farm west of Algona. Bride of Maich Sharon Gardner Weds First Methodist church in Al- ;ona was the scene of a wedding lastcr Sunday afternoon when Sharon Lee Gardner became the sride of Donald W. Karlovec The bride is a daughter_of Mi and Mrs Oryille Gardner, Algona. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and * Mrs Les Karlovec, Omaha, Neb. Rev. Evan Routh of the Good iiope Methodist church officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of 160 guests. Mrs James Dodds, Lone Rock, was organist aivl Nancy Fisher was soloist. Jo Leen Gardner Was maid of honor and Mrs Norman Dobson. Des Moines and Irene Ophelm were bridesmaids. Wendy Sue Gardner and Patty Pptratz; Fort Dodge, w'ere candlelighters and Cindy Sue Gardner was " flowei girl. Jamfes Rooker, Des'Moines, was best man; Larry ••Welsh, Des Moines and'Robert Olson, Omaha, were -groomsmen. Ushers were Jan Gardner and Pete Miller, Des and Phyllis O'Donnell, Ft. Dodge, The bride is a graduate of Ihe Lone Rock high • school and is employed as a secretary at the Equitable Life Insurance Co. in Des Moines. The bi'idegroom is a graduate of Roosevelt high sc'hool 'in Des Moines and is a teller at the Des Moines National Bank. '•>*'••. After a wedding trip to Ohio and 'Maryland, Mr and Mrs Karlovec will be at home in Des Moines. Thoreson • Reed Nuptials Judith Kay Thoreson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kermit W. Thoreson, became the bride of Darryl J. Reed, son of Mr and Mrs Lewis J. Reed in a ceremony in First Methodist church, Sunday, Mar 22, at 4 p.m. Rev. Newton Coughenour officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Newton Coughenour was 'organist and Willard Snus- tad, soloist. Sharon.Torstenson was maid of honor,-and Sandra Stillwell and Jorene Dennis, were bridesmaids Bill Lahipright was bestman and Jim Thoreson and Jerry -Richard, groomsmen. Riley Rickard was usher. ' Following the ceremony, a reception was held' in the church parlors. Dining room hostesses were Mrs C. R. Schoby, Mrs L. 'R. Potter and Mrs Vaughn Rising. Mr and- Mrs Robert'Donnelly and Linda ol Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Earl Shipler and family and Ellen Stewart were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Roscoe Stewart home. Mr and .Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys were dinner guests at the Bernard • and Charles Phe'los who lost her husband. Mr and Mrs Dell Pitch celebrated Ih'eif fifty-four anniversary. Mar. 21 Mr and Mrs P. W. Marldw arrd family were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Pr"eS* 'thus home. , Mr and Mrs Donald ftmgsdorf and Barbara, Mr and Mr* GettS Ringsdorf and Gary of Des Moines and Mrs Lulu Rihgsdorf of Burt, were dinner guests^ at the rtenry Radmaker home, ter Sunday. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy were Sunday din ncr guests ,at the George Hix home. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family of Sexton,and Mr and Mrs Edward Harms and family of Titonka were afternoon guests. Ray McWhorter returned home- Saturday evening from McAllen, Texas, after spending about six wetks touring Mexiccrsuid Texas Easter Sunday supper guests at the Martin Becker home in" 'Al-> gona were Mr and Mrs Frank Bcckbr and family, Mr and,Mrs Harold' Becker; Mr -.and 'Mrs George Becker and "family,!'Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs Thees Snae- kenberg and family and 'Mr and Mrs Glen "Haines.- Delores Mawdsley was also an afternoon caller. Mr and Mrs S. R. Parsons and „ trwa* aS&s a ifc& fof iftlle . *4r* toft am! faiftily SM M* dinner guesfs*EaRter Sunday^ at §-A bbftald Eimei* tiib howe t<> 8pie*iA the Vriek^ erid-With his p^rehW, Ut and, Mrs fimll Elme«i. • Easier Sunday dinner .guests at the Emft Eteefs home Durere Ml 1 : , i fam* ana: Mrs, Gary Eimers and ily' of Gfeerie, fewa, Mr and M% Irvin Eimeit and family of Bun and fionald Eimers of Chieato. Suppet guests were Mr a"nd Mrs Wilfred Schmidt and Bobbie and Norftla Norland of Titonka, Eihiets called in .the Hftefnoon. •Mr and Mi's James Sansom left Friday for Lincoln, Neb., where they will make their home. Mr Sansom is in the aif force and Mrs Sahsom is emoloved there . Mrs Earl Ackerman's fathet Mr Alfred Carlisle and »sister Mildred, , were afternobn anc lUhcheoii guests in the Acker- hian home, Easter Sunday. ' Mr- and Mrs Howard Sparks Daryl and 'Jim were dinner guests at Howard's sister and 'family, the Joe Goete of, Wesley. t Daryl spen fout, days, home.' He t Easter j. vacation, -a re'turried <to Ames eSrly Tuesday morning, Monday evening supper guests ntM fneUtiiig ^0* the ' .tit tfte Sr^ , dividends on stock reached $2,', the? totaled $2,399. Total sales fdr ly $400,000, about $90,000 above t ejected .'petjftUteft. Mrf 0. . fill , t<s authorise fftcfeaiea TO —,.--- follifnev The in lM2,Jffid..!l bers and 1600 "wai S&ftefl , listfe Jf68 ifieth* Net Savings Mdre thaK ttoubled ieldecke* of Lakota' that d!.last yefif. J.J.......'..!,., LONG TERM LANK BANK LOANS Available! Barbara, Mr and Mfs' Floyd' =Koepke, Mr and Mrs Darwin Koepke and sons and Mrs G. W. '•felake were'Easter Sunday dinner guests, at the Russell. Parsons' were Mrs Spark's /parents, ' and, Mrs • .'-Giiy Dimorid ' J . and nieces, Maty Lou and 'Phyllis Dimond. • ! . l * ' ' ,V -*t * ' "A person, brings , nothing 1 into the world and'takes nothing away, and, "the World being what it is, he's lucky to break even. IF IT'S NEWS. WE WANT IT . . - Now YOU Cftn^et long term, low cost L&nd, -' •,/-"' Loans on your lend for any constructive pUrp^Mtl Apply , , »t yout local NFLA. Owned by farmers , vi'tot-farmM, ';. ' wKere you can. boirow with confidence. For full infonna- J.'',Vtion'<sall»"write pr'iee.7-,•/,-' ' •/',-, • National Farm Loan Ass'n. Eugene Hutchins, sec-treas. South of Periney'sfn Algona (Preferably Mondays & Wed.) Member Federal Land Bank System B7-57-* .Moines, A .reception followed in the church parlors. Mrs'Paul Steb- i-iiz kept •, the guest book, Mrs Robert Olson and Karen Johnson cut the cake and Mary: Jo Myers and Mrs B^ruce 'Wathem poured. Mrs Loren, H.uppe, Rut'v ••""urhqr ••nd Mrs Joe Dollar, nil ~bT Des Moines had''charge, .of ths •.r/H'.ts. Also assisting at the •:-.-'•: L-spI:bn were Mrs Wendell •'• Steyeir,--T.une Rock, Madonna Mai'jow, _ Humboldt, Luella Lallier,. Algona, Mrs Max Brandt, Webster City, presided at the punch bowl, Mrs Arvid Dennis, -White Bear Lake. Minnesota and 'Mrs James Porter. Des Moines, poured. Mrs Lyle Anderson and Mrs Cecil Jensen, Mason City, cut-the cake. Lorna Schauer' : kept the guest book and Nancy Strayer, Bev McCullough, Patty Dennis, White Bear Lake! Minn, and Karen Thoreson, Ames, were in charge "of the gifts, The bride is a graduate of Roosevelt high'school, Des ; Moines 1M -, Bunnie Lou Sheridan, daughter of Mr and Mrs James P. Sheridan Of. Algona, shown here, was married March 16 to Robert L Lorentz/ Detroit, Mich., son of Mr and Mrs Rhinehardt Lorentz, Mi 1 - w^ukee.^Wi^c., at Detroit. Mr and Mrs Arthur Johnson served • as attendants. The new Mrs Lorentz was graduated* from St, Cecelia's Academy here in J957, then attended St. Vincent's School of Nursing. She has been employed for the past year by an advertising firm in . Chicago. f Mr Lorentz graduate^ , from Marquette University where he was a member of Phi,Beta ,'Kpppa fraternity. He is now ' employed as a regional sales manager for a Chicago "firm. ijThe newly weds left following • th/e ' ceremony for Toledo, Ohio. •, and will fly to Paris later for two . wfeks. -They will make their hijme at Detroit. * B|#hday Dinner i\ !* -, ' v ' ' / .^ra Either JJeJberg entertain' '• .efl, a,t dinner Sunday honoring the , Of Mrs Henry Joha.nne- Guest)? jwpre Mr Jphannsen, Coojc, Aud- and John .and Pavtgh- ;Wednesday, "" s John „ , , . is Mrs ^emfeer is SPEAKING: ** The Pleasure Is Yours With A Speedy Electric Range The electric range is designed with you — the busy homemaker-in mind. Electric cookery is fast .... to save you time. It's clean . . . tp save you work (keeps your kitchen cleaner, too.) ;; Ifs cpol ... to make your kitchen life .easier Vhi hot summer months. {j It's economical .... to save you money, to give you more than your money's worth. Join the switch to modern electric cooking — the kind of cooking you'll like. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 1 SPECIAL GROUP HATS REDUCED Values To $5.98 . Now Only _ AND SALE PRICE ON COATS $18.00 to 98 Luscious wools, blends All the newest styles Very important savings Amaiing fashion news! And good news for your budget, too) Select now from coats in !<top-qua|fty woolens, wool'Silk blerids; See for yourself ... the values are greotl Dig Savings On DRESSES ^^^MH 99 to Now, choose the dresses you'd like, at a little Sale pricel These tiro beautiful, new styles, to be worn right through summer* Come early to choose your favorites. \

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