The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1959 · Page 14
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...A 4*,. 1 6-Algona (la.) Upper Chs* Molne* thursttay, July 9, ,| l-. I LONE ROCK A birthday party for Mr? Walter Thompson, was held Tuesday Those attending weir Mrs Joe Vollmer. Vida McArthur. Neva Shaser. Nova Thompson. Mrs Ralph Thompson, Hattie Shaser. Grandma Thompson & Mrs,Dave Weber. Mr and Mrs Mike Wc«b?r. Mitchell. South Dakota, will be- spending a few days with the Dave -Webers. Mr and Mrs Clarence Schendel. Amf-.s spent Tuesday night in the LiHie Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Hunnicutl of Bly Earth, and Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards attended a picnic dinner toegthei at Fairmont. The Idle Hour Ciuh met in the Fenlon park. They held theii election of new officers Those elected to new offices were Mrs Ed Tigges. president; Mrs Bernard Tigp.es, vice president; Mrs Jim Coady Jr., secretary; Mrs Bernard Miller, asst. secretary and Mrs Dale Schrader, historian. There were 18 members present Mrs Melvin Fabcr and Mrs Joe Vollmar were'in charge of entertainment. Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner and son of Algona were visitors in tine Lyle Marlow home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Macumber of Algona were Friday visitors in the Lyle Marlow home. Mrs Maude Blanchard spent last week at Vacation Village at Spirit Lake with Mr and Mrs Alfred Sennit?, of Ottosen. Dr. and Mrs M. E. Genrich of Carthage, Mo. spent Tuesday through Friday with the doctor's mother, Mrs Mary Genrich. Mrs Daryl Hansen, Kurt and Kathy left Wednesday for Los Angeles, Cal. after spending- the week with Mrs Fred Genrich. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley of Fenton visited in the Mary Genrich home on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Jim Thul and Mike of Boone were Sunday guests in the Jack Quinn home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family went to the Olsen reunion Sunday in Osage. Mrs Blanchard' and Susan spent from Thursday until Sunday in the Wendell Steven home at Tripoli. Don Blanchard • and Craig find Gary Schult/ left for Milwaukee when- they attended some ball games. Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard of Ames are the parents of a new daughter. The little miss is named Cheri Lynn. Cheri weighed 6 Ibs. and C'i oz. The parental grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard. Mrs Herman Kramer visited wi!h Mrs Carro Tabor at Humboldt Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Richnrd Werth. Charlotte and Bruce of Chicago Heights were visitors recently in the Lawrence Dittmer home. Mrs Blaine Drawn, a sister of Mr? Ltnvronee Dittmer, visited Wednesday and Thursday in the Dittmer home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer, JoAnn and June were callers in the Art Tint/ homi- in Lnkota. Mr and Mrs Delmnr Fischer attended a reecntion in Auburn for Mr and Mrs Jim Johnson. The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, July 1, with Mrs Tena Jensen and Ruth Krucger as hostesses. Nancy Fischer will give a report on her trip In Girls State. Mr and Mrs Ellwyn Householder arid family were Sunday visitors in the Glenn Householder home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker of LuVerrie were Saturday and Sunday guests in the Mr and Mrs Da'rryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Lavcrne Schroeder and family of Moville recently visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmor attended the reception in- Bancroft for Father John Coady. Mr and Mrs Laverne Hammer- Strom of Ware were Saturday callers in the Ralph Hammer- stiom home. , ' Mr and Mrs Henry Schnoeder attended the installation service at the St. Paul's Lutheran clVutch at Whittemore Sunday evening and visited at the Harry Schmeling home. Last weekend the Dittmer. family reunion was held in the V.F.W. Hall in Algona. "Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and Margaret attended. A shower for Nprma Bijerle was held in the Paul Bernhard home Wednesday evening. There/Were Richman-Ernst Nuptials Portland Twp. By Mr», Vittof fttefi Mr and Mrs Herbert, Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky and George Wagnon enjoyed a picnic at Iowa Lake the 4th. Patty Moore spent the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs Minnie Larsen, in Titonka. Mrs Hazel Carroll and 'Bobbie visited the Bernard and Charlfes Phelps Thursday evening. Mrs Alice. Jain and Mr and Mrs Ralph Jain and family were at the Rosco'e Victor Filch, Sunday guests Stewart home. Mr* and Mrs Kprene and Judy and Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger a'nd boys spent the 4th on a picnic at Crystal -ake. 'Mr and Mrs George Hix and vlr and Mrs Timer Harms and 'amily were picnic guests at the Dwight Ruse home the 4th.« Mr and Mrs ' Edmund Larsen" and Beverly and 'Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms and family, enjoyed a picnic and fishing at Iowa Lake the 4th. Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunk- RUNNING OUT On This Great Offer PER GALLON C white and ready-mixed body co*ot*%J WE STILL HAVE A FEW GALLONS OF Sandra Ann Richman became the bride of Robert Ernst in a ceremony June 13 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The bride js a daughter of Willis Richman, Algona, and the late Mrs Norma Richman. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs Helen Ernst, Algona, and the late Paul Ernst. Msgr. P. P. Gearon officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by her brother, Kenneth Richman of Muscaline. Kathleen Griffin was organist and Darlene Skogstrom, vocal soloist. . The bride wore a gown of white embroidered nylon tulle over taffeta, in ballerina length. It was fashioned with a full skirt and a cummerbund ending in a back bow. Her short tulle veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls. Her jewelry was a strand of pearls and her flowers, an arrangement of deep pink roses. Matron of : honor at the ceremony was Mrs Wallace Erdman, Michelle Erdman was flower fiirl. Best man was Wallace Erdman. Gerald Hetzler arid Clarence Mel- zler, Jr. were ushers. A dinner and reception at the VFW hall followed the ceremony. The ladies of the VFW Auxiliary served the meal. Bernadette Beaumont registered the guests, Mrs Harold Erpelding cut the cake, Shirley Sorensen and Darlene Seller poured, and the gifts were in charge of Carole Richman. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and is employ: eel as secretary at the Weidenhof] Company. The bridegroom is- a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and is employed at Kent Motor Co. After a week's trip to Colorado Mr and Mrs Ernst are at home a 417 N. Dodge street. (Missal Photo — UDM Engraving). hill and Clarence Bancroft, family,' Mr and.Mrs Diers and farrtily of Mr and Mrs Hanford ftell Stwfcer, Arnold Stlhutter Steven home were Mr and 3vtrs and Jrefry. Gifford were guests at. the Tony Jandl home the 4th. Sunday guests at the .Jandl home were Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunk* hill and family, Mr and Mrs Clare-nee Diers and family of Bancroft. , .Mr attd Mrs Mennet Trurtk- hill left Tuesday for Long Beaeh where they will visit their daughtel- and son»in-law, Mr and Mrs Harold Drab. 'Mr and Mrs Marvin Gaither and daughter Patty of Derby, Indiana are visiting at the Tom Trenary home. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker spent the* 4th at the Tfenary .home. A picnic and family reunion was held Sunday at'the Harold Becker.home in honor of Mr and Mrs 'Marvin Gaither and daughter Patty. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Ted Green and family, 'Mr and Mrs Fred Rlchter and family; Mr and Mrs Alfred Busch, Mrs Sarah Trenary, Paul and Lorene and Mrs Edith Tr,e- nary and Duward all Of Ledyard, Mr and 'Mrs Francis Schiltz and son and Mrs Ella Govern, Bancroft, Mf and Mrs John Rosenberg of Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs Earl Trenary and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs-Ralph Dugan and family of 'Algona, Mr 'and Mrs Bill Trenary and*Doyle and Mr and Mrs Tom > Trenary and Kenneth Trenary> all of Burt. Brock and Mike of Woden, Cora Sunday guests at the' Jay Kenneth Steven and fatnily of Rdckford, 111., Mr and.,Mrs M»- tttn Steven and family of Al- Mr and Mrs Jim Steve» gun a, jivii auu wiio al f" t7«;»««p ahd farniljf of Baftcroft and MM John Oplieim of Lakota. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marldw and family attended a picnic Sunday in honor of Me and 'Mrs -Ro* bert Bates of Phoenix Ariz. Mt and Mrs Ben Hartzel and Grace of Dows were weekend guests at the Ray Fitch home. Mr and'Mrs Fitch and Mr and Mrs Ben Hartzel and Grace attended the Raney family reunion held at Burt in the Legion Hall. Mrs Lawrence Govefn, Mrs Pete Farrow and Vincent Govern returned Wednesday after spending a week visiting relatives in, Colorado and Wyoming. . v Mr and Mrs Janice and Paul Glen Larsen, visited at the Bernard'and Charles Phelps home Sunday evening. "Drive so, your driver's license will expire before you . do." , FISH 'Ralph'Lemke of'Ringsted recently . realized . a fisherman's dream when he caught approximately 400 pounds of fish in one afternoon in Canada. The five biggest northern weighed a total of 113 pounds and.he brought back a 28 and a, 23 pound trout. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Now you Know! By L. Si B6hannoi>, QUESTION: Does any part of atilo insuffince, pay for dam* age lo tire* by prankslers? ANSWER? This would be covered by a vandalism clause in Comprehensive fceverage, We would have to >see your particular policy to know if the coverage is included* • if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give, ,you, ihe correct answers.and there will be' no charge or obligation ol any kind. L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 15 ladies present. Mr and Mrs Blaine Sax-ton and family were Tuesday evening callers in the Jim Walker home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Har-yey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy were Sunday evening callers in the Mrs Emma Hurl'burt home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and family attended a picnic together Sunday at Tuttle Lake. Ledyard Guild Honors Members On Birthdays Ledyard —- The E. and R. Guild met at the church Thursday af- ,ernoon with Mrs Marvin Junker- neier, Mrs Elmer Junkermeier VIrs Maurice Kc>il and Mrs Alfred Lloyd as hostesses. The hristian education committee was in charge of the program with Mrs W. E. Wiemer as chairman. Mrs Wiemer led devotions A film was shown, followed by a panel discussion. Birthday hymns were sung for Mesdames, J. Blome, E. Brandt, E. Loge- rnan, Wm. Knoner, Maurice KeU and B. E. Gilibertson. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Have Nice Trip Mrs Ida Darnell and her granddaughter, 'Karen Darnell, returned Friday frqm a month's vacation trip. They visited at the home of Mrs Darnell's daughter and family, the Fred Stellhorna at' Pasadena, Calif, and then went on to Anchorage, Alaska, where they visited at the Vernon Darnell home, Karen, who graduat- d in June, will go to Omaha Sept 1 where she is enrolled in an airline school. , > Mr and Mrs Don Ehrich and daughter Julie of Mason City were weekend visitors at the parental B. E. Giibertson home. Mrs I. A. Ternes left last week visiting .first her daughter Linda and family, the Thomas O'Briens at Tulsa, Okla., where Ann Ternes has been spending the summer. She-then planned to go.ori to Phoenix, Ariz, to visit hef brother, the Paul Kollasehs, anft then on to Fullerton, Calif, where she will visit at the home of .her son, Harry and family. .; A family gathering was held on the Fourth at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson. Mrs Lillian Brack spent the' Fourth of July at the Walter Miller home in Buffalo Center, James McDonald, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental J. J. McDonald home. >Mr and Mrs Charles Pingel and their daughter, Mrs Doris Boozell and children and Mr Fred Pingel of Fort Dodge visited at the N. A. Pingel home on Thursday. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer and Deanna spent the Fourth of July weekend at Lake Okoboji. 'Mr and Mrs George Thompson visited Mrs Aeilt Troff at Naeve hospital in Albert Lea last Sunday. 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