The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1959
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* •• --'- , -.' 5- 1 '^ r %f-;.. *f H " ,.-",-, '-. { >/'^'-XV'V%%';> /'-' , t ,W ,,'*' >.;/-'j '•£.%< *-", V s ' •*• , ? i - -^ ,*, . p k* i ' - v* ^ ff;.7f:v,.i nui-sc, IS a new .mombtr^ RtehW-dson, sch&ol a talk, and a surprisfe prtacflled, by Mattel MiMiced Brown, Birlhday Trip Mr and Mrs Wendell ^easier took tiieir daughter Catherine and MeM Sandr% Cook td Ar* ftolds Park Saturday, a eelfebfa* Bon of Raiherine's 15th bi*th<l&y. trMsy they Had as^Unn&t guests th% grandparents* Mr and Mn Ole Knutsoft bf Bradgate r also in honor of -the anniversary, Spring Luncheon* St. Ann. hospital" auxiliary Will Kave'its spring luncheon Tuesday* June 9, at the Algona Country Club. NeW officers will be •lected § nd installed. '-' ilvw Annlversafy Mr- and Mr's Dean Andrews of Burt are holding open House from 2*4 o'clock Sunday, June 7 in observance of .thBii- 25th Wedding anniversary. Engaged. To Wed wife and i Guesi At HttBlt* Jamts Rapids; Wis. 61 . at the hom& 6t Mr and ber. Me is attending thB Wilson Packing C& Lea fftr a few wfceks; ttephew of Louis. Friday aie>y s-pettt the fev^triH Zwiefel faulty and'oW Evening Mr and* Mrs Huber of BUi-t spent .«i« at tlm Lottls Hub^'harne-. Jun* 4, 1959 «Algeria (la.) Upp*r DVt Mttln«-S I " ? " *W*r**v ^t""' *. I 1 * * * J* f . Srooks-Dulloni Nuptials : "'• • i . .. 5. V . .- if* s - ' • ' 'I First Congregational » church h'ei'e was-the scene "off a wedding- at -four o'clock., Saturday ' afternoon. May J --30,' when Shirley Brooks became the bride • of Gerald J. Dutton. The'bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold S. Brooks of London, England "and' the-bridegroom, a son 6f Mr and Mrs John J.-Button,, Algona.-' Rev.,, James Boyd, officiated at the'" double-ring-' ceremony. Mrs Fred' Sf Geigel- was organist and Kim Deal, soloist, • Mrs Bob Diekmann Was matron of honor, and f Ip'wer girl was Judy, Lynn .Button, niece of the bride- groomu •' ' Dean Goff. D6s Moines man and Bob Biekmann' and- John Biekmann 1 , ushers. •' ; ' " ,, A reception in* the-church parr lors followed vthe^cerempnx.'vMrs Sharon: Gade. Ke^ttthe guest|bopk; Mi* WilliamyKpn-%<HJ[twthe " 1 "and Mrs Jack' Button* and D6n ; Welp poured.'Mrs Dean Goff ; ~-H-', M>s- v Betty Browcis DCS Moines -were in charge of the *'\.m o.uisi hostesses • were .Mrs Allen Buchanan.and Mrs James Kolp. . The bride's mother, Mrs Harold Brooks'" and a" friend, Miss Christine Vernier came from London to; attend the wedding. The . bride attended Wembly school in London and is & graduate of-a business school. She,was formerly employed', at the Federal Savings and Loan here, and in 1958 was queen of the Algona 'Charity Ball. " ' ,' ' < • The bridegroom, is, a graduate of. the Algona " high school", and served overseas with the United States Airforce. He attended Fort Dodge Junior? college and- at pres- ,ent is- a s'tudent- at Drake University, De's Moines. .• " „ j."Aftjer a- .wedding trip ^to- - St. .Bouisiarf&fthe Ozarks.'Mr and*Mrs ^'iMttori -*will' a-^-*--—'- =-'* -^— Mfoines. • ',' '. Honor June A miscellaneous „ ^ ing Miss Jean Kueeker^gt whit temore was h'eld at the-MetV-"^ church Saturday eveAlttg' about 50 present* Musical tions and games were fe with Mfs Max Goldman' tured speaker. Mrs Norwtt and Mrs Geraldinc Gerdes .,..*ed the honoree unwrap her .gifts Mra Arnold Gerdis poured/Host-, esses were Mrs Pete Haines f Mi;s Clarence Isebrartd, Mra Jba Boekelman, Mrs George Bpekel- man, Mrs Lowell Bentle^ and Mrs Anna Isebtand. MteS Kufeek- er will become the bridesOf.Dftiv aid Gerdis on Juno 7. i The Good Hope Luttidran Ladies Aid mot nt the church pur- lers .June 3 with Mrs Harry Hick- li-f. Mrs Clarence V;m Hove, /Mrs Clarerice MecliU'r and Miss Louise SiMine as hostesses. Mr nnd Mrs Wm Katt?ls and •sitns of Bancroft and Mra John Conies of Titonka visited SnturV tiny nnd Sunday at the homo of Rev. 7ind Mr.s Ksdt-rt Smidt oJ _ Mr nnd MrsRaymond Krantx. Mr nnd Mrs Clifford KrantK nnd family, Mr nnd Mrs W. M, Kit* /.ihRpr and sons nnd Mr and Mrs Clark Miller were nmnn« those at n rwejition hold in honor of Phyllis ASH nt the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Asa Tuesday evening. - x Mr & Mrs Raymond ICranlz ac rompnnied' by Misi Clara" Ames- .bury of Algona were among thoso present at- tho graduation of Jano Anirsbury'al Stato Travhers Col- Jofio at Cedar Fulls Wednesday evening, June 3, Th|s was hei fmirth year of college and she re- wived Her B.A. degree. She. was Titonka High- Strheol of the <rt«s» eft 196* arfd t*agWt one year at Finditofd « towh Gptlar Fall's, Esdert Johnson, Lakota, Pusses Ti*6«kft —• Funeral services for ttsdfcti Johnson of Lftkotn will bo Held Thursday Afternoon, June 4, at the Rntnscy Reformed church rtorth of Titonka with Rev. Wrn. Kro'on officiating. Mr Johnson parsed away Sun day morning about 9 o'clock, He lived in the vicinity of northern Titonka and south of Lakota moat of his lite and retired on his farm with his-daughter andi.«)on»in-law Mr and Mra Ronnie Jnnson. He was preceded in doath by his wife about 4- years ago. He is survived by his two daughters Mrs Ronnie Jnnnsen (iMary), Mr Herman Wirljos (Sena), and Jennie, and Elsie at home, WANT ADS BRING RESULTS TRIP ACCIDENT THE ABOVE IS A COPY OF A CHECK PAID TO MAURICE BARTHOLOMEW IN CONNECTION WITH AN ACCIDENT WHILE FISHING, MR BARTHOLOMEW RECEIVED THE $407.70 CHECK AND PAID ONLY $2.98 POft THE POLICY. YOU TOO CAN PROTECT YOURSELF WHILE ON A VACATION OR TRlPi Sit L S, BOHANNON E. Of Iowa Stafo Bonk Phone CY 4-4443 lf ALOONA, IOWA U tfn. MOS FABRIC OFFER! Mr and Mrs Worth Bingaman of Waterloo announce .the engagement of their daughter, Collene, LO , George A. Peirce, son of Mr and? Mrs K. T. Peirce of 214 So., Ackley St., Algona ( The' wedding will' take place on July 25 at the Methodist church in Waterloo. Mr Peirce is associated - with the John-Beere- Co, of Waterloo as an engineer. '/ ' . Aukes Services Held, Ramsey 70' Attend 'Reunion A family'-reunibn ,at, which' 70 persons were-hi attendance was held Memorial. Day"' at, the"- Am- 'brose Call State' Park, many coming 1 from- Minnesota .and the Dakqtasi"" Among those in at- tendance'were , Mr and'Mrs Eugene Eurst, and'-Mr and Mrs Henry Furst. Land-' .their house guests, Mi*s Ethel-- Woolridge, Mrs Dorothy Shatto' and Rbbert Holmes of Mason- City, Karen- Woolridge' and; Ray Cunningham 'of Des Moines.. The ' reunion was held at-, the Ambrose Call State Park. ' , , . ,': 1'JD Graduation- Honors ' Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland entertained' several guests. after the. baccalaureate- and* graduation exercises;*,, in honor.' of their son John. Present- were Mr and' Mrs James Hove of Bricelyn, Minn., Mr! and Mrs "Ernest Jensen of Ft. Dbdge, Mr „ and Mrs Wallace Nesheim 'of-Rake, Mrs W. R Jensvold 'of Buffalo Center, Mrs Arnold Aamodt and Sherwood and Barrie Vereide of Elmore, Minn., and/ thej'res'pective' families, Mrs' P'. Jt Oakland, Mr and Mrs Marvin "Oakland; Mi- and'Mrs Ray Sowick, Mr -,and; Mrs -Joe Presthus, 'Mr .and- Mrs D. K Chiquet and AlVina Miller. 'Cresco M-D Club'- . • , IThe Cresco'Mother and''Daugh- ' ter -club ,wilL-.have their final meeting of-the'-yeav, Wednesday, June 10 at the Call State Park shelter house. It will be a Guest Day. Each'-member is asked to bring • a gu'est,, a covered dish, sandwiches .andsdishes and silver. Mrs Jerome Eisenfoarth, Mrs La- mo'rit W^U'endorf and Mrs Ronald GerBer, are in charge of arrangements.' The program is in charge of Mj£ Eis,enbarth and;Mt;s Albert yaiy ,Buren, 25th Anniversary ''Mr, and'. Mrs' F. A. Brone will observe their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary-. Sunday -with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at St. Michael's school hall at Whittemore, Their children, • James, Algona, Connie,'Qmaha, and'Bar- bara, at home ,will be hosts. Irvingion Homemakers Irvingtbn"Home'makers met recently 'at the home of Elvera Haas, with Augusta'Schulz assisting.. Sixteen member's. and three guests were present! A ' club ' picnic is, planned /for June 17. at Errha Berischoters, and other, business was handled. Mar- S Titonka — "'Funeral services for. Edze Aukes, 87, of Buffalo Center were held at-the Ramsey Reformed church north of Titonka. Rev. Wm. Kroon will officiate. Mr Aukes was born Jan. 25, 1872,, to Reinder and Gepha Rekena Aukes and passed aWay at the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday, May 30. He leaves 5 sons and' 2 daughters, Reinder and Ted of .Buffalo Center, Ben, and Walter, of Woden, and Marvin of Minneapolis, • Mrs Clarence (Gladys) Heitland of Buffalo Center and Mrs Herbert (Clara) Klasse of Ti- t'onka, 36 grandchildren and 48 great grandchildren. He preceded... in death by his first 25th Anniversary Mr and Mils Wilfred Colematv .will observe their 25th anniversary of marriage '-with'' an open hpuse at their home in . Liveiv more, 'Sunday, June 7, from 2 to 5; p.m. Hosts will be their children, Mrs William Ankenbauer, Algona, and Larry, Ronajd, Richard, David, Craig and Kerry of Livwnpre. Mn and Mrs Coleman werte marwed June 7, 1934 at Egli Birthdays .Mrs James Eglj gave two parties this ••week in celeljrfltiqn of the birthdays of her son Kevin, 5, - and Carolyn, 7, . At Kevin's party Wednesday afternoon, guests were BilUe Foth, Craig Lerokee, Jp}ii> Pit^man arid Robert Reinders. 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