The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 29
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. . AROUND ALGONA , . Mrs Arthur Glaser and daughter Peggy attended the silver wedding anniversary Sunday al Whittemore for Mr and Mrs Fern Drone. Richard Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Oliver Johnson, was released Saturday from St. Ann hospital after being a patient for two weeks following a rocket experiment injury. He has recovered nicely. —o— Marilyn Lee Burmeisior lias been promoted to Chief Operator at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Spencer. She is former Chief Operator here, a position now held by Monica Storr, formerly of Rock Rapids. —o— Mrs Edith Hayenga, Fenlon, and Mrs Woodrow Kracht, Lone Rock were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs Kracht's mother, Mrs Kathryn Doege. Mrs Doegc accompanied Mrs Kracht home for a week's visit. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore spent the weekend in their cabin at Rapidan. The Carl Morcks Sr. have opened their summer place there and are spending much of the time there. Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond vacationed at Clear Lake last week. —o— Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser and family and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson and family plan to spend the coming weekend at their cottage at the Okobojis. 1 —O^~ Mrs Mark Stanton and son, James, leJl this morning (Thursday) for Boulder, Colo. Mrs Stanton, principal of Lucia Wallace school, will do graduate work at the university. Mr Stanton will join his family later this month. —o— Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson and Bobby, Kay and Donnie of Cedar Falls visited here Friday. They left Saturday on a month's western trip. At Seattle, Wash., they plan to visit other former Algonans, Mr and Mrs Winlon Tripp. —o— Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at, the home of Mrs Wilbur Reinders. Co-hostesses were Mrs Leon Martin and Mrs Stanley Sorenson. Devotions were given by Mrs Don Asa and the program by Mrs Harley Troutman, Jr. For Dad's Big Day— a KING-SIZE Gift Lenox Jumbo Coffee Cup "Reserved For a Wonderful Guy 1 Here's a really original gift that's sure to please Dai. Best of all, lie'U use. »» and enjoy it every day. This "handsome, "•man's size" jumbo cup and saucer is hand-crafted of world-famous Lenox China. The inscription, Reserved* For a Wonderful Guy, is short but says a lot. Decorated with an original sporting scene in rich sepia tones on a warm ivory background. 24-k gold trim. A truly distinctive gift in a special Lenox box. .....—................. $995 Registered Jetoefer - Amer/can Gem Society ^ ~ ALGONA.IOWA Jack and Steve Waller spen} the latter part of last week at Clear Lake as guests of their aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt. * * * Mr and Mrs OKver Bakken fine! the lattcr's sister. Mrs l-'otc Halsrud spent Sunday ist Blue Earth with the Bakken's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson and "family. * * * Mr and Mrs Ed Gilmore and family are leaving Saturday for Florida and wi'll visit three weeks with Mrs Gilmorc's parents, Mr and Mrs Sidney Cunningham, formerly of Boonetown, N. J. * * * . Mrs R. E. Lieb returned home Saturday after spending a week at Minnesota Lake, Minn., where she cared for her three grandchildren while their mother, Mrs Harlan Herbers, was hospitalized following surgery. * » * Mr and Mrs Don Osh were visited Memorial Day by Mr and Mrs Paul Cash of Des Moines. Sunday they had as guests Mr and Mrs Keith Cash and son Bill r of Albia. The Messrs. Cash are brothers of Don. Wendell Steven recently finished a course in linotype at the University of Iowa. Mr and Mrs Steven are living in Algona where Wendell is employed for a short lime at the Conoco Oil Station. They will leave for Tripoli, June 22, where _he will be employed by the newspaper. Phil Kohlhaas, Jr.,'son of Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, Algona, attended Mass recently in St. Peter's Cathedral at Rome whilt! on furlough from an army post at Stuttgart, Germany. Popo John was celebrant at the Mass. Phil and two of his army buddies spent several days in Rome during the latter part of May. * ^ * Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin and daughter Kathleen spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday in So. Dak. Mr & Mrs Griffin visited at Salem with brothers-in- law and sisters of the latter, Mr and Mrs Kim Earnhardt, Mr and Mrs Ken Hallas and Agnes Reddin. Kathleen went to Clark where she was organist at the wedding of a friend. * * * Mr and ""Mrs Harold Smith were visited Saturday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Orville Beresford of Kanawha who also attended the Sabin-Hanson wedding. Other guests of the Smiths were Mr and Mrs Elvin Ray Moore and little son Gary of Muscatine. They also spent some time with Mrs Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Smith. The Daily Vacation Church school at the Presbyterian church will present its closing program Friday evening at 7:30 al the church. -Teachers are Mrs George Cook, Mrs Irwin Malueg, Mrs Don Hemmingsen, Mrs Richard Hurt, Mrs Gleiv Jones, Mrs William Marshall, Mrs Malcom Alexander, Mrs Merlon Baker, Mrs Dick Meyer, Mrs William Reinders, Mrs Wayne Hansen, Mrs Joseph Skow Mrs Claude Ruark, Mrs D'Wayne Klein and Mrs Gordon Hall Helpers are Marilyn Skow, Dianna Rentz, Mary Jo Brower, Diane Malueg, Connie Hall and Lana Gerber. Mary Zeller Burial June 19 To Wed Algona Man Thursday, June 11, 1959 Algona (Id.) Upper Des Moines-5 • Mr and Mrs George L. Brcka, of Britt, Iowa, announce Ihe engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Marie to Mr Dennis E. Cink, son of Mr Eugene Cink, of Algona, Iowa, and the late Mrs Irene Cink. The wedding will take place at the St. We"nceslaus Catholic Church, Duncan, Iowa on August 11, 1959. (UDM engraving). States with Eugene, Oregon, and San Francisco, Calif, special stopping places. The group have heen classmates at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. Dies In LeMars Sister M. Fabiola O.S.F., sister of Mrs John Frelinger, died at LeMars on Friday, June 5. Funeral services were held at Mt. St. Francis Convent in Dubuque on 'Monday morning at 9 o'clock with relatives from here attending. Sister M. Fabiola was 78 years of age, spent 57 years as a member of the Franciscan Order in Dubuque, with 25 years spent at St. Anthony's Home in Sioux City, the last years spent ;it Sacred Heart hospital in Le- Mars. a a YOUR Wedding Gowns Will Become Heirlooms ! We know how to clean your gown for storage! Our long experience with delicate fabrics assures perfect results! 10th Anniversary Mr and Mrs' Willie Thilges observed their 10th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 7, with a picnic held at their home. The honorees were presented with a purse and a decorated anniversary cake topped off the picnic supper. Attendins were -Mr and Mrs Will Thilges Sr. of Algona, MI- nnrl Mrs Nick Bormai. of here the honorce's parents Others were Mr and Mrs Alfred Bormnnn and Nick of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Ed Fridcrs, Shelia, Edna and Mariam of Algona, Mr and Mrs Norbrrt Knecht of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Merle Lau- benlhal of Whittemore; Ted,,Joo and Chris Sehmalen of West Bend. Mr and Mr.i Albert Thil- H'cs, Mr and Mrs Dick Bormann and Dwight and Mr and Mrs Bill LJormann all of here. Sunday evening visitors in the Raymond Kohlhaas home. Karel Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann is expected home for the weekend from hicago where he is employed. Mrs John Thul and Mrs Milford Plathe were visitors Thursday and Friday with Sister M. Fri., - June 12 Kennv Hofer Sat., - June 13 Charlie Trussell And The_Airliners Sun., - June 14 — 9 lo 1 ..... Young Adults _ " 'Modern Swing Might Eddie Randall And The Down Beats_adm. $1_ Tues., - June 16 Teen-Stroll Eddie Randall And The_ Down, Beats Thurs., - June 18 The Most Talked-About Musical Personality Paul Neighbors Arnalia at Mt. St. Francis Convent in Dubuque. Mrs Thul is a sister of Sister M. Amalin. Shi'ila Kridors of Algona is visiting this week here in tliu home of an aunl and uncle, Mr and Mrs Willie Thilges. Edna and Mariam Frideres of Algona are visiting here in the home of an uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Bill Bormann. Sheryll Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold .Reding, arrived home on Thursday 1o tpend the weekend with home folks. Sheryll is senior sUuieiH nurse in Sioux City. Ardis Thilges spent from Wednesday till Saturday in the Norbert Frideres home in Livermore. Mrs Adam Kramer returned home the first of last week from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she had been a surgical patient. Lcnora Hilberl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert, came home on Thursday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where she underwent an appendicitis operation, May 27. Robert and Peter McGuire, sons of Mr and Mrs Leonard McGuire, had their tonsils removed in St. Ann hospital Friday morning. Barrel Hofcr, son of Mr and Mrs Mike Hofer, came home on Thursday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where he had been a patient 3 weeks following a car accident. Carol Erpelding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding, i.'i assisting with the household duties this week in the Francis Fandel home near Whittemore. Masses in St. Joseph's parish here during the summer months will be held at 7 and 9 o'clock starting with Sunday, June 14. Week day Masses arc at 7:30 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA SUNDAY, JUNE 14 Ray Lewis SUNDAY, JUNE 21 -Henry Charles -- SUNDAY, JUNE 28 Guy de Leo No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Kohl- guesss Kirsch At St. Joe DADS.. EF NOT ONLY CAN WE PROTECT YOUR DAUGHTER'S INVESTMENT ... BUT WE ARE READY TO INSURE YOU OF A Freshly Cleaned and Pressed SUIT FOR THE WEDDING or to wear to Church June 21, Father's Day .... Make Them Proud of You on YOUR DAY ! BRING YOUR CLOTHES TO Modern Cleaners St. Joe — Mrs Mary Keller, «!), mother of Mrs Maggie Thilgc.s o! SI. Joseph's parish, died at Walerlown, South Dakota, Saturday evening, June (ith. A funeral Mass was held Tuesday morning at Wnlertciwn and fallowing the services the body will be brought here to Ihe Mrs Maggie Thilges home. Tuesday evening the Rosary was sau', and a Requiem High Mass was read on Wednesday m o r n i n g at SI Joseph's church at !) "'clock with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrange- -menls here. Mrs 'Mary Zeller was well known in llu- St. Joe Community having lived here many years. She would have celebruted her 9()lh birthday Sept. 23. On Tour Of West Elaine Wagner, daughter of Miami Mrs Orville Wagner, is ai- companing Ann Leahy of Carroll, Carni LaRocca and Judy Ilurncy of Chicago on a si vrral weeks' trip through Western Mr and Mrs Raymond haas and family were Sunday in the Lawrence home near WhilkMriore. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lawlcr and family from Humboldl svcrc 1 HEARING OF DAMAGES HilFFAI.O CREEK MARSH NVHKHKAS, Tin- State ronscrvalioii ('iimmissinti is contemplating certain u:ii>nivement' in Sections Hi ;md al of Township !I7N. H.ili;.',i! I2HW, Kossulh C'onnU . lov. :i. :uul. UI1KHKAS. such improvements involves I In- construction oi certain (lilies i:ul outlet conllol structures designed or the pui'pi'M' <>1 impounding waters |l rUatl.HI irj.'i.ll. Conservation Commission datum, and, \\HKKKAS. in llu.' opinion ol tin: said Stale Conservation It io neCCSSal.V alKl n tin 1 public inlrri'St Unit the alorc- iiientioned llnpiovemcnt \\ork be clone, .iiKl. WHKIIEAS. a survey/ cnsinoers re- i>oit. iiiia fit'nci'.il plan h.ive been ni.itle ,ul ::ud impi ovenu-nt. NOW. T1IKUKKOHK. UK IT KK- l-'Ol.VKil. -tliiil this Hcsolulion ol Nt- I'iiMiy be, unil is. hereby iidopied .iiulei' provisions ol Cli.ipler lia oi the iilSH Code ol luw;i. und tluit Ihe plan .ind repoit above relei red lo be hereby •onsiderecl approved as a tentative •ilan, and tl;al \vilh the approval ol ihe Iowa Natural Hcsouiecs c'ouiu-ll, .1 heal ins to IK- held on June 2J. 1II5U at :i:Ull o'eloek A.M. al the offices of :he auid Conservation Commission, Stale Office and Laboratory Building, East Seventh and Court Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa, und al which a^ivc-d time, or at any tune prior thereto, any •laini r.)r dainaHcs which may be i-auatd by Hie construction shall be llled Ullli Ihe :iaid Slate Conservation Commission. 'llie Sinii! C'onservalion Commission Ilrucc K. Stiles. Director. (Published June 11 and June lo. 1:15!) in The Algona (lnwul U'ppei Ues Moinea). FRIDAY & SATURDAY THE NEATEST TREAT OF THIS OR ANY WEEK! LOUIS KEELY PRIMA' SMITH UMtS GREGORY «ilh HENRY SWTt • KIM CK*BN[Y. 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