The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 16
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«**&. 8-Algono (la.) Vpp** Pat Molnx , June 3S, 19S9 I Tidbits by Evelyn I'd like lo have been in Des Moines Sunday through Friday to attend the 116th annual South Iowa conference. Dr. Ralph Sock* man cf Christ church of New York scoko at three sessions. I have listened to him over the National hook-up for several years He'll Be Here Before You Know It! Sthlid-Eden Nuptials And we all know he means MONEY. Money for church fekt- ivities, gifts, holiday dinners and all the Hllle things you can't think of right off 'hand. To those who save regularly, Christmas finances do not come as a slab in ihe back. In fact, all holidays, vacations, and special events are iaken in stride by ihe regular saver who always has money accessible. Prepare for these events here. NOW PAYING 31/4% Per Annum Compounded Semi-Annually HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N Since 1917 ALGONA, IOWA and he is wonderful. He was in Houston, Tex., when I was there a few years ago but we had made arrangements to spend the day in Galveslon. And as my cousin Edwin Cady said. "There would be such a mob you wouldn't have a chance to speak to him." * * * Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas have had a letter from their son Phil Jr., who for two and a half years has been stationed with ihe army at Stuttgart, Germany. He was recently in Rome and attended Mas at St. Peter's conducted by Pope John XXIII, a great privilege for Phil. He has done considerable traveling and has 21,000 miles on his ear. He plans to go to Spain in Jul£ nnd to Holland in migusl. He is expected home in September or October, N"w- of Good Samaritan. Mrs Jennie Lukin spent the weekend at Wesley with her daughter, Mrs ,v«ucr—LioUieb Hansel- ,ui:-i of LuVerne re-entered last week. Amy Johnson, an employee ..cie, is on vacation for a week. Mary Zaugg and her husband, C. S., spent the weekend at Minneapolis. They had taken his mother Mrs Elizabeth Zaugg, of West Bend there to board a train for Portland, Ore., for the summer. Mrs Harvey Thompson of Burl in been added to the list of residents. Her daughter, Helen, Mrs Frank Lathrop, Spokane, Wash., has been here to visit and assist in the move. Frank is the son of my good friends of many years De-Maude Lathrop and the late Charles Lathrop. I met Helen some time ago and was glad to see her and Mrs L. Sr., when they called Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harold Gust have been here from Mobile, Ala. Mrs Gust is the former Abbie Anderson, daughter of Mrs Rose Anderson and sister of the Anderson brothers Holman, Clarion, Everett, and the Late Mrs Loreen BroVVn. From here they went to Chicago and will also be in Owensborough, Ky.,, to visit their niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Walter Greenwood. Mrs Greenwood is the former Jean Simmons, elder daughter of Mrs Loreen Brown and sist.p.r of Jane Asa (Mrs Don), * * * Alice Ditsworth and Laura Palmer fifty years ago were Alice Cruikshank and Laura Chubb, sweet girl graduates. Icould name several more in the class, but the purpose of this item is to egg them on to do something about Jacqueline Schlict became the bride of Robert D. Eden in a ceremony Sunday, June 14, in the First Methodist church at Garner. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel E. Schlict, Garner, and the bridegroom a son if Mr and Mrs Edward W. Eden, Wesley. Rev. Trevor Baskerville officiated at the ceremony. Patty Irving was organist and Patricia Grieman, soloist. Marilyn Schlict served as maid- of-honor and Marian Eden, Betty Ann Hauptly, Barbara Hauptly & Marvea Hamilton were bridesmaids. Donald Fritz was best man. Groomsmen were Harold Eden, HERE'S A SPEED QUEEN MODEL DH-1 DEHUMIDIFIER Merle Gidding, Bjll Price"/ find Cfn.on fcclen, , The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a floor length gown of rtylon lace, styled with a fitted bodice and neckline and a full bouffant skiH> of alternate panels of lace and .tulle. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion,.fell 'from a crown of lace and tulle edged with pearls. Her flowers were a white; orchid and lillies of the valley on a prayer book., Immediately following the, ceremony,'a reception for 150 guests was hold in the church ;parlors. The bride is a graduate, '. of Garner high school. The bridegroom is , a graduate of Titonka high school and , is 'engaged- in i arming. (UDM 1 Engraving). Progress Club Has Guest Day At Portland Portland — The Portland Progress Club met June 18. It was guest day. The meeting was held in the home of Mrs Virgil Schroder. About, 45 members and their guests were present.' Some had Father's Day poefnS. Eima Baars and a girls sextet, Marsha Shipler, Helen Harms, Ruth Harms, Grace McKirtt, Jean Steven* and Joann Johnson favored the group with three songs. Mary Carlson, a solo, fol* lowed by a talk by Mrs June Goldman of titonka after 'which each told of some fond fecollec tion of their childhood- Mis Baars and Mrs Goldman wer each presented 'a corsage.' A luncheon was served, cafeteri style.* Mrs Earl Zwiefel poured Pennies Met The Portland Pennies Girl' 4-H met June 18 With KofKrte Fitch. The meeting was called to order by the president, Marsha Shipler. Judy Fitch and Marsha Shipler gave a talk and Janet Lampe told of her time spent at the 4-H convention. They' .then discussed achievement day, which »•*« 1 .. * 1 •» ' A . . — /+ _ 1 i.l_ *fa Y^ «.***' . daughter of Mr and day morning for Bible Camp. , tert Mis Neal Michaelseh, left Mon- Mr and Mrs Art Randall of Al- the luitlr i- -"1 ' ' •'- '"" --—•-•-"'••• >• '-f ••--• .-u-Jr-i ..... .. ............. - ......... -- ' ...... - f Nelson Tnt iffii offtntfoctt yof UrutL Mfrfetf yea rtth»mb# CURRENTLY -UNDER TEST- in prepcircifion '' for it? first full-fongc i6QOO-'mi!^ flight and possible future >.•'*• plorcttiom of spaco, fho Titan A-l Is tho.mosl po-"f-tfui rocket in the free world. Opcrali.onol.fty late I960, it iyill h'«- o major 'American, intercontinental missile. Technico/ adviser (o DX Sunray.- /rwio /Jersey, director of publications,'American fiockcf Society YOU SAVE $24.90 Reg. $112.90 NOW . COMPLETE WITH THERMOSTAT CONTROLLER — The controller consists of an .attractive wall -nounled. 2'/2 by SVi inch "lumidistat with control lob and a 6 foot rubber ord. At ihe plug end of this cord is a receptacle into which the DH-1 is plugged. The controller then operates ihe DH-1 automatically. FREDERICK this half century anniversary. I hope some one in my class will start the anniversary ball a rolling when the time comes. Dot Smith and Bill Barry would make a good team of "stirrer-uppers." And maybe Harold Gilmore and Lora Raney would assist. * * • * The Raymond Gilberts camped at White Water.Minn., and did some fishing recently. They report ideal weather and for the first time caught trout. + * * I was sorry to learn of the death of Dr. Roger Flickinger at Mason City. I-met him several/years ago at Park hospital. * * * Milton Norton has had a letter from Rev. John C. Buthman, Cedar Rapids, in which he mentions that Mrs Buthman has a serious spinal ailment and is confined to a wheel chair. Rev. and Mrs Buthman lived here several years ago when he was Methodist district superintendent. They were transferred to Sioux City and later to Cedar Rapids. He. is now associated with the pension arrangements for the North Iowa conference. If I remember correctly, the daughter Jeanne married a Holdren boy what his first name is I don' recall at the moment. Wasn't it William? Editor's Note — Yes. ^^•^^•••^•••MMMHMMUHHmHNMH^MnMHMHHlHi^^^Hi^HMHi The best place in Algona to buy = fine qualiiy hardware — ai a saving! m £= . "^ —3 ^••IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW Announcing ointment Of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie and their, son-in-law and daugh ter. Mr and Mrs Verle Elmon and daughter Christy recently re turned from Chicago where they visited Mr and Mrs Ralph Raney. Among the highlights of the visit were trips to Lincoln Park zoo and O'Hara airport, the largest, in he world. Here they saw jets come in and take off.- A fine ar- •angement has been made where- jy passengers wishing to trans- :er from one airport to another are taken by helicopter. An airway taxi, in other words. Ralph, who was a painter and then went into the shipping department of a large store, is now retired. His wife will retire in two more years, on pension from the Woolworth company. She has been employed as bookkeeper many years. * » * Mr and Mrs Ira Kohl have also been on a fishing trip to Black Duck, Minn. Never heard of it before. They got their limit of walleyes which spells good fishing in any man's language. Add these thanks to those I ex- ucbsed in person. I vote you Gardener of the Year." * * * This reminds trie of the good old chautauqua days when we listened to many a speaker in this .•atagory. "Some speakers Who lon't know what to do with their lands should try clamping them fti'c cneir mbmhs." > * ' * ' » ••';.' I mentioned one time having lad my geraniums at pur ceme- .ery lot slipped and all I had eft was stumps. Next to kidnapping -I think that is the lowest. And this one ranks along with the flower stealers— grown-up persons in a car passing the parking of a hohne where there are small children to enjoy the little plastic pool made for home use now, pausing to pick up the pool and drive merrily on despite calls from the neighbors. What a fine example to set his children or grandchildren. More proof that the conduct of youth is patterned after the oldsters. It would be a line gesture if the pool would 'be brought back some night andueft where it was found; Mary J. Smith Swea City, Is June] Bride will be held Aug. 6, at the Portland .community'hall. A home furnishing demonstration, lap back pillow, by Patty Lampe. Lunch was served by the hostess. • ' ,..•;• ' Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson and family of.Swea City and Mr and Mrs Richard Rasmussen of Fairmont, Minn, were Father's Day guests at the Lloyd Bartlett home. This was also "in honor of Mrs Bartlett's birthday. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs Minnie Lar&en attended the shower in Titonka last week in honor of Judy Weiske of Burl who will be married June 29 to Julius Stecker, Titonka. Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family, Titonka, visited • at the Victor Fitch home Friday evening. ;.: Mrs Bill Carls'and, boys, Sid- 'ney and Lyle of Bancroft, and Mrs Recca Cordes of Titonka visited Mrs Lloyd Bartlett Friday afternoon, 'bringing her birthday gifts and a birthday cake. • I • The Dwight Ruses, Stanley Ruses, Art Hix, Timer Harms and Victor Fitchs'were Father's Day guests at the George Hix home. <• Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mrs May Lattimer of Bancroft nd Marjorie Lattmier of Spirit ..ake were Sunday guests at the Wendell Ringsdorf home in honor if Tommy Ringsdorfs eighth jirthday. Mr and Mrs Leroy (Phelps and Doys and Mr and 'Mrs Rqllo VIoore were Sunday evening guests at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home for Father's Day. Barry Nelson, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and Peggy Burt, Iowa As Sales Representative fa This County For Kidman's Feeds \ Manufactured By Kidman's Standard Stock Powder Co. Of Des Momes Quality Products For Over 65 Years I If you haven'i heard of Santa Glaus in June, I'll tell you about him. He was C. W. Morck Sr., who came bearing cartons of delicious new potatoes, good sized ones too, and I know it is early for them, crisp green onions and radishes of such size one would think they would be pithy. But they weren't. They were brittle crisp and so tasty. And on top of all that, bullheads which I love I'm having some for supper and Swea City— Mary Jean Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs WalteY Smith, Swea City and Ronald Olson, son of. Rev. and Mrs C. F. .Olson, Wessingiton Springs, S. D., were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony at the Free Methodist Church at Armstrong June 2 at 3 p.m. Rev. C. F. Olson, father of the bride- grqpm, % officiated at the ceremony. Darlene Gerleman sang and Sylvia Harding was pianist. The bride's gown was a semiformal pink sheer with a bodice of satin. She carried a bouque of white shattered daisies. Her only attendant was Judy Johnson (Mrs.James Johnson). The reception was held fol lowing the cvremony in the church parsonage. Mrs Harlej Smith had charge of the gues book, Betty Schwartz openec and displayed the gifts, Mrs Ar Smith served the punch and Mr Lloyd Heinselman poured th coffee. Mrs Gaylen Gould cut and served the cake. vThe couple left immediately for a short wedding trip, They will make their home in Wessington Springs, S. D. where they BORON to power new ICBIVTs7 Missile experts say gigantic new ICBM's like the Titan may be the beginning step for extended manned satellite stations or manned flight ^around the moon and back to earth. 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