The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 18
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<~%»r ' 4-A»§ond Ha.) -'-..<.' t Iowa Cityans Are Married Deri Tuesday . Sht$t Lutheran trhttfch here Vfcs the &eeti* bf a flfletfdJng Tuesday, Aug. 11 fctieA L6!s D, Car- s6n became the bride of ftoberi H, Drews. "file edttpile are both itesMents of Iowa Cilfr, and the bride is Uie mother oi Duane "Car* son, Algona. ftev. Edsfel l«ade§oti officiated at tfie eerfeniohy in the presence of the immediate families. Mrs H. W. Shuck, Park Ridge, 111.. served her mother as niatron of honor and Robert t)rews, Jr., Omaha, served his f&ther as best man. Participating in the ceremony were the couple's grandchildren, Kathy and Bob Drev), Omaha, and Craig, Christine and Calin Carsoh of Algona. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, Mr, and Mrs Drews will live at Iowa City. Get BSE Degrees Two Algona women will receive Bachelor of Science in Education degrees, Aug. 21, at Drake University. They are Mrs Margaret Hullermah Beringer and Mrs, Margaret Palmer. Each majored in social science in summer Session work. SWEA & EAGLE Mr and Mrs Rueben Holcomb and family were Sunday guests a\ the home of her parents, the W. A. Schrams at Titonka. Enjoying a pic'nic at the Everett Thoreson home Sunday included Mr and Mrs Elmer Franks and family. Mrs Hilma Erickson, Mrs G. O. Anderson, Mr and Mrs Norman Oilman and Debbie, Mr and Mrs Arnold Anderson and Mr and Mrs J. A. Carlson, Mrs Elvin Swanson visited at her parents, the Rufus OHhoffs at Lakpta Friday. Dinner guests Saturday at the Hans Peterson home were her sister .Mrs Joe Worth, Dennis and John of Thompson and niece, Phyllis ^yortih of Ames. Mrs Martin Gabel's sister, Mrs Anna Larson and .son Robert of Chicago spent Saturday until Tuesday at the Gabels. Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson have as house-guests, Mr and Mrs Conrad Linde of near Oakland, Calif. Monday evening, the Lindes and the Petersons were dinner guests at the Emil Larson home. Saturday afternoon c a 11 e re at the Laurel Peterson home were her uncle, Ed Kronbeck and cousin, Beverly Kronbeck Of Grove City. Minn. Kossuth Girls In Graduating Nurse Class Jeaneiie Leslie n ow Sheila McEvoy Three Kossuth county girlg and one: former resident of the county are in the 1959 graduating class of St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing at Sioux City, who receive their diplomas at Com'men- cwnont -activities Monday, Aug. 17. Sheila Ann McEvoy is a daughter of Mr and Mrs C. J. McEvoy of Algona. , Marilyn Rose Bonmann is tv daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Bormann of Bode. Kathryn Ann Gales is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Gale of Bode. Jeanette Agnes Leslie is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond A. Leslie now of Mahno- mcn, Minn., and formerly from Kossulh county. (UDM Engravings) Kalhryn Gales Algona Implement Co. and 'Mrs Everett Erickson fxmred coffee, Mm Russell Erickson served punch and Mrs Bill Tokhefm was in charge of the guest "book. Mrs Thompson is a grSdftate >f Grant school .and has been teaching at ftuthvert. Mr Thompson graduated from <Swea City school. He is associated with his brother, John Thompson, in farming in Swea ~Twvn- <?hip. After a trip to Canada, the couple will <be at home at Swea City. Grant Faculty Sfet The Grant School faculty is now complete With the hiring of a music tedchdr. Harry Neisen will teach both instrumental and vocal music. He will teach at both Grant and Swea City. First and second grades will be taught by Lorene Trenary, Ledyard, .third and .fourth toy Selma Almbcrg, Grant, ififth and sixth, Mrs Hig-gena 6f Gruveif and 7th and 8th, Doris Bfiggs. The custodian is iMr James Magonegil. School will begin Monday, (Aug; 31, with a full day of school. Shower Honored Arlene 'Richardson was hon- LEDYARD By Mrs D. 8. Mayer Barbara Mino Of Grant Is Wed August 8 Grant — The 'Wedding of Barbara Mino and Gene Thompson was solemnized Aug. & at 7:30 p.m. in a candlelight service. Barbara is the daughter of IMr and Mrs Walter Mino and Gene is •the son of IMr and Mrs flDetlmer Thompson. The'wedding was at the Baptist church in Swea, City with Rev. Lerby Carter officiating at the double-ring ceremony. ored at a pre-nuptial shower Thursday evening at the Granl school. She is ithe daughter of Mr and Mrs iL.'C. iRiohardson. Lproy Richardson and Mrs Vernon Richardson assisted the honoree in opening ' her gifts. Arlene, Uier mother ' and her fu'- turc mother-in-law received gladioli corsags. Hostesses were Mesdames Hubert Govern, Bill Tokheim, Sidney Payne, Leonard Mino, Janies Maync, Allen' Larson, Tony Winters, Teresa Farrow and Eleanor Anderson. Mr and Mrs John 'Richardson honored 'their son David Aug. 7 on his sixth (birthday. To 'help him celebrate were Mr and Mra Alvin iBusch, Mr and Mrs Melvin Busch and daughters and (Mr and Mrs Myron Busch and family, all of Ledyard; Mrs Edith'Busch and children, Mr and Mrs Raymond Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Mr and Mrs Vernon Richardson, Lakota. The annual picnic of'the East Side Birthday Club was iheld at Lake Okoboji, Sunday. Families attending were the Dale Water- burys, Sidney Paynes, Hubert Governs, Charles iReeces, Mrs Emma iReece and 'the James Maynes. Sharon Maghusen was Mr and Mrs Don Lloycl of St. Louis, Mo. are parents.-of a baby boy born August 12. Mrs Lloyd's mother, Mrs Alice Garry, is staying with them*. Mrs Harold Warner was, taken to'the Blue Ear.th hospital last Tuesday with a severe case of bronchitis. Ella McDonald came home last Wednesday after a four Week trip to Florida where she visit&d her brother and family, the Li Col. William McDonalds at Eglin Air Force Base. She also visited her brother Francis at Graham Air Base, and then stopped over in Atlantic, Georgia to visit the Janies Reynolds. • . Rev. Fred Samek is in Chicago this week attending a school for youth leaders. He will return home late in the week and he and the family will leave on Vacation. On*Sunday, August 23, there Will be no services in the Methodist church but it has been designated as visitation Sunday. Mrs Emma Warner and Mr and Mrs Art Klocke and daughter of Wisconsin visited from Wednesday to Sunday at the home of Mrs Lena Warner and at the Frank Nitz home. x Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley, of Fenton, Mrs Hary Genrich of Lone Rock, Rev. Samek of Burt, Mr arid Mrs "Earl Jones of Graet- tiriger, and Earl Lehigh also of Gfaettinger, tnfe, son's bf Sioti* City, as tfcell As many Ledyard friends called on GSorgfe Thomson at the Bide Earth nospitdl last week. Mr Thonfbsoft was able to come home on Friday, aftd their youngest stfti Duahe "Came Mdnday, Mrs Stella JonnSoh and Melvin and Alice of Fort Dodge visited Sunday at the home ol Mr arid Mrs N. A. Pitigel. Mr: and M$, William,. Kfcoaef ; and Mr dnfl Mrl Ted Gfeen left Mbftdfty.Jhdrftfnt on S Vacation trip to DulUth. - Mr and Mrs. 3. F, Sullivah and .. family spent the fjast week visit'-,; ing relatives in LSfCrosse, Wiscon- , sin, Belvederes, arid DeKalb, III/Linda Nitz, daughter of Mr and „ Mfs .Frank Nitz, was in.,the Blue r Earth hospital se.vwal days last;,, wfek suffetlflg with ALGONA, IOWA INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Marilyn Bormann LIMB John Roth of Boyer Valley suffered a broken leg, a bruised shoulder ^and other' body bruises recently when he was struck by a falling tree "limb. The limb broke while, some men were re- mov\ng,the tree from land being bulldozed work. during; construction on which rested a peat;! tiara The gown was sleeveless With matching mi.tts and of floor length. 'The bride carried -gardenias. Maid of honor was Mrs Ed Stafford and bridesmaids were Diane and Darleen Mino and Mrs Bob Moritz, Minneapolis. 'Flower g'irls were Uynn Thompsorf, Margaret' Ann Erickson and Barbara Jo Erickson. 'Ring 'bearer was Gale Mino, toroliher of the bride. The besit man was John Thompson and groomsmen were Jack Hall, Leland Osgood and Glen Van Wechel. Ushers were Fred Link, Laurel Peterson, "Dennis Newlin and Merlin Carlson. Marian Lorgrin was soloist and LeeOra Peters played the nuptial music. There was a reception imme'di- ately 'following the wedding at Guild Hall for absut 200 guests. Mrs Ervin Link, Mrs John Thompson and Mrs Leslie Mino cut the cake, >Mrs Don Seaton . * ' . ' 3 , (' State Funeral tttmet Monies A't - LuVEftNE • .WESLEV ^ "UnderstahelitfQ Service" TITOfVKA RENWIC'k 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped , .. • __ . . '- \ .. . ~ ••-,CT""T"' < ^V~*' : -r y^^v-x."-*"'^y t -c^*'W'?*T"tfr*r^j I . Weekend' •guests at 'the, Walter Mino tiorne'for the OVIino-Thomp- son wedding \vere' Mrs Mine's parents, Mr and flWfrs iRaymbnd Esington, Underwood, Harold Esington and Harold Esington Jr.., McClelland, Mr and Mrs Don Seaton, Bill and iLinda, .Sun Vallt-y, Cal. and -Mr and Mrs Austin Grese, Hancock.' ' ' Paul Eisenmann returned home from the Buffalo Center hospital, having been a virus pa'tient Saturday through Thursday. Lone Rock Rockets The August meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets was held at the home of Mary Lynch. Mary Lynch gave a demonstration. A talk was given by Alexis Rutledge. Plans were discussed for the booth 'at the fair. A,baby is born in the, United States every 11 seconds. They are Color, Clarity and Cutting. And the price you pay for vour diamond depends on these three qualities, as well as on size (carat-weight). Only an expert * can evaluate the Three C's, so doesn't it .make sense to choose your jeweler before 'you select your diamond? Alt our store •we display the coveted title, Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society—your guarantee of full diamond value. farQC/ Jecoe/er - American Gem Societu ALGONA, IOWA {••'••••BMHIHIHMIBIBIHIBilMI ••'•••••! 9 PRICED FROM $69.50 WE MEET ALL CATALOG & DISCOUNT PRICES & IECTRIC Smith-Corona . "' inch Pbrtoi" chool Necessity! • • • • • • • • • SMITH CORONA CLIPPER - STERLING & SIMENT SUPER AAODELS TOE NEW SMITH - CORONA SUPER 1i THE NEW SMITH - CbRONA ELECTRlt 12 ING TO Smith- Corona IE TYPEWRITER EDUCATOR APPROVED "TOUCH -TYPING COURSE" In This Actual »23^5 Value Record Album ROYAL COLE Every Home Needs A Portable typewriter •. For Student Work • For That "Home Office" • For Quick Letter Writing A PORTABLE MAY BE THE ECONOMICAL ANSWER TO THE OCCASIONAL NEED FOR A SECOND OFFICE MACHINE. .Co. 11U. Call St. Across From New Parking Lot Algona

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