The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 2
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,." vteat£&a£bi~2£* BiS M&ffNif ThursJey, Sept. 3, 1959 I U |/ M m* Mt and Mrs Oswald Lallifer vis- Mr and Mrs Julius Matz at Sunday. Mrs Marian LaBarre has had parents Mr and Mrs C. B. H&uhouten, Keokuk, as guests. Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter the weekend at Twin Lakes Mr and Mrs C. E. Stewart *j^l their cottage m Mrs Clare Keith. Mr and Mrs •Kyle Keith and Mr and Mrs •"Wayne Keith recently Vacationed 3il the Delis, Wis. - Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp have 3"<?lurned from Lynd, Minn.i Whefe iJhey visite^ Mrs Kfrntip's brother, •Clarence Stewart. . TT Mrs Vernell Ludwig and child"fen are spending today (Thursday) at > Clear Lake .with her *molher Mrs T. P. Joynt. 2 Dinner guests of Mrs ClemiCav «enaugh^ Friday were Mr and Mrs "pale Albright and Mr and Mrs JJl. J. Cavanaugh, Fort Dodge,: *v. Mr and Mis Miles Slonicker lan v io ' sperid, th^ ^ Labor Day at Kfinosha, Wis., with .•4he latteVs' parents/ Mr and Mrs Senhe. ** Mr and Mr* Jack Limbaugh 2vere visited from Monday till «ffhurs4ay by the former's cousin *Mrs 'Joseph Cangelosi and child- Jen of. San Gabriel, Gal, • ^ Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman and children Naney, Dean and David .returned frorrv a three week with Mrs Lpwman's "mother John Nordstrom and othei Relatives at Portland, Ore. « Rev.^ and Mts G. J, Gfe'rikd and •daughter^ Caf ol -May.have reiurn- *ed from I a 'i vacation at Brainerd, linn. The daughter Gloria is now Fort 'Wayne, Jnd., where she teaching. Jerry Zerbe, /Agusta, .Kans, isited-his grandparents, Mr and rs John S. Seeman, for two greeks. Jerry is employed with his -'brother, and father, D. J. Zerbe , is editor of the Agusta Daily ^Gazette. • f • • ' , ' "" Mrs' Robert • Brown, nee Paula iSericke 'is • receptionist at ' Dr. •John Shutter's office. The position "was previously held by Marcia TSartshorn Breinfeldt who has ybined her husband in Oklahoma -where he is jn service. •*• Mr and Mrs Alden Me Adams ve had announcement of the ave a i $irth of a son August -1 to their -aon-in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs Julian Lovlyn at Des Moines. Jhis is', the' first child and he has $een tikmlff Tittdthy Mark. rs James ^entecost. Mr »nd Mrs John Witislow are '-gxpcctcd ','sobn from ' Fontana, jCalif., for a visit with Mr Wins- •JoW's mother Mrs Myrtle Gullett brother-iij-la\v ,and sister, .Mr Mrs Alden Me Adams., Sue LaBarrc went io Ames Sat urday where she has enrolled as! a freshman at the university. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman had iheir-daughters Mrs. William Bur- icy and Judy Lowman, Des Moines, as visitors Monday. Mr and Mrs James Kelso have .iad as guests their v son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs George Garner and children, of Somerset, Ky. '•*; .; •.-, : Mr and Ittrfe Kyle Keith have spent a fe"w days at the Iowa State Fair band from there went to Wirileriel to visit Mr and Mrs Jack Hilton. ; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kibkbu*h were visited Sunday by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush and family, Webster City. Mr and Mrs- James Pentecost and little daughter Pamela have returned to Southgate, Calif., after Visiting the.;.parents Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane and mother, Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane had as guest last week" the latter^ mother, Mrs Nellie Harvey, Manchester. She was here to $ee her granddaughter and. family, Mr and Mrs James Pentecost. Mr and Mrs Lane and Gary plan to spend the weekend at Eldora with Mrs Lane's cousin Larry Snow and family. ; , Mr and Mrs Charles Kuchynka have .been visited the past five weeks by their grandson David Mathison, 1.4, Pacific PalisaclcS,' Calif. His father Roy Mathison and associate Harvey Warner have been at Grand Rapids, Mich.,' attending a Child Evangelism, meeting and stopped here two nights and took the lad home. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan, Bernie and Brian have returned from their summer 'home at Lac Court Oreilles. Wis., where they were Visited just before coming home by>Mr and Mrs Emmet Cullig'an,' .billings, Mont. When they returned to Montana they were acc<5tt> panicd by Bernie. Bernic flew hack tOjMinneapolis and was met there by her aunt Dorothy WaS- senberg and taken to'the cottaac-. Mrs Curtis Johnson, (Louise Sorensen) has been visiting 'for the riionth." of* August with her parents, Mr and Mrs Anton Sorensen of Algona. Previously she was with Her husband at Michigan State University attending- the 5 week summer , terror" Mr Johnson is attending- Michigan' State University for 11- weeks on; a National Science Foundation will join, him wava \V«adw»fd «p*nf Jh« weekend at Ml^m City With her mother Mrs J, H, woodward. Dar-d , Mulchiiw l8*ye« in ft couple Of weeks to resume his studies at the Slate University at Iowa City. His brother Robert k-aves the previous week for Maryvilte, Mo., to enter the col- logc as a Ireshman. David is a sophornofe. Mareie Long, daughter of Mf and Mrs K. D\ I^ong left Wednesday for Joliet, 111., where she will resume her art teaching* She has been attending summer school at the university at Seattle, Wash., and had but a few days with her m>ntis before leaving for Joliet. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg drove io Dell Rapids, S. D., Tuesday to attend iuneral services for Joan Hagg, 2, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hikjiffg Jjagg, She was with lour other girls in a car. Of the four, three WP& killed. Others in at tendanctWom here were Mr and Mr* Albert Ha Fred Hagg and Mr and us Hagg. Mrs Wed Aug. 25 AfSweaCity City — Judy Ann Bra* vdnder and Dr. Roland B. Mernitz were united in marriage Tuesday evening, Aug. 25. The bride's parents are Mr and Mrs R. E, Bravender of Swea City and the bridegroom's patents are Rev. and Mrs Roland f Mefnitz, Evansville, ind. Rev. W. A. Farmer of the . . . City Methodist church, and Rev, Roland B. Mernitz, father of the bridegroom, officiated at'.the ceremony in the new Imrnahual Lutheran church at Swea peni organ, ft, E. Bravender ,p.ve, hi* •hter in.marrifcge'. Thfe "b was »f rilk 6tgah*a rf _. |*eaud»&Age late aM tin^r pl^rls rifcled the length ' Ifain. The tw., bustle c-aftiage ba^k Wfs he, organza roffes. formed the f .,., f , _..-.-_„ sleeves. A cotonet of seed and tear drop peatis secured the tlejf- red illusion net veil. The brWa only jewelry were small peafl earrings, a gift of the bridegroom, ghe wore shor* white gloves and carried' a cascade of taliaman roses and ivy strands. , Susan Bravender attended as rtSadd'of hontor. Bridesmaids were Janice <3abel and f^aney' Weber. | Marianne Martin and Marjf Ldu* Bloomster were candle- Hghters.' David ,Mermtz was best Groomsmen were Rev .Qeorge-Wright and Rev. Robert lark The reception _, Bonaia aftd'Tom in the Iftdnv. _ Mi-s Dsvid Mefmte and Mrs eej«fe Wright < .pottt-edv'-- < Mfs uFvtiye G^aWjjr. 'rcg^lsiered; the quests. Mw'Art Larson and Mrs Ctet^a Quiftft.w^ris-Jft ' - ev ' >"\' •* y;"' a Weddirtg trtp to the Cottpfe "Will; 11^1 it M6. ' ', t ' '** • , Mrs Mernitz_aMenc:ed the State oi lowfr ana the byterian tt&spitai -Stshdol c# Strays in She will her studies at Washi Medical Cenitef ton St. Louis. Mo. She 1 itoS affiliated Wfa Gasnirtft Phi, Beta Sorority, ' Dr. Merrtitz is a graduate 6t Elmhurst College arid Washing* toil University . College ol ifted* icine. He has accepted a four year residency, in Surgery 'at the V. A. hotpHal Mr and Becky, Barney, and Faber iiome in Forest c her bother, Mrs Cotti StoW, at Bn*t Sunday. S-^of-ftne afetfcodiit ehtiMh fer^ '- rtuefiitiig* of the District Seminar aJTi* ionka ort Set»t, 9. : TJt6se from Swiei.City wishing to g& shdjidd contact Mfs Harold Kjffifltt. v Cuftis Hanson and'Ceeil Thorg* son left-Mdnday motftiftg; with Bob Johhsdn of Alg6na and «A gf6UB from St. Jofe fof the 'StatS Fair 1 a^t 15es Moines > v/het« the boys will take part in;'the St&te 4»H demonstfation conipetion, Sunday visitors at the-Dillafd Bishop home were, the Duarie Bishops - of Fort Dodge. The e Galen Qottld family moved to Einfnetsbtog Tttesday. Des Mollies Pub. do. QUAHTITX RIGHTS RESERVED *WEGIVEKINGKORN OUNCILOAK STORES on Sept. 5 and they will'return to California. Mr Johnson teaches chemistry' at Citrus ; ;Junior College in.Azusa and Mrs Johnson teaches^ 2nd grade. • Wesley Vicinity News « 'Mr and Mrs- Armin Adolf of ^Hartley and Mr and Mrs Herman "Sdolf of Richmond, Cal. visited She Will Martineks Uie first of -the week. . Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson daughters attended the wake their niece and cousin-, Mary 8, year 014 daughter of tlie Strouths of Reading, Minn. ' ^ Ruth -Ann, daughter of tho <Slarence Nelson's, had a slumber arty Friday night. Her "guests Carol Root, Maxine Dorn- Shirley Reiling and Judy and Nancy Chambers of »nBonnie,Becker was G years ulcl t ilurday and she had a party r 11 girl friends at her par- ftal, Wilfred Becker home that ternoon. ^ Chuck Aana, of Washington, •B. C, spent the weekend here friends. My and Mi's Kenneth Rudstrom 'family'were weekend guests in the parental John Richlcr Some . Clarence Ackerson was - hoi^e Wednesday from . Ann' (hospital, Algona, where e had major surgei-y. 2 Walt Smith of Westover Field, •Mass, is , spending ' a 10 day fur- Stmgh with his parents, the W. R Si" ' •• y%A<? and Mrs Ponald E. Bentele «\d' Lofra'jne'of Des Moines re- S^ntly spent a ^eek vacation at Sie parental Fred Bentele home ** Pi-ed' Bonn of Berkeley, Calif J$< hfre -vigjiipg relatives. !*Bfen- l (J. and Alf Studer returned Friday from a 1 week at'Switt Canada visiting the Ir- IV- f <'h-- Xi V^<' 'tf$i g^iv annpai- flfiembersh ip party the American' Jl.egion 'Auxili- WU b^^hel'd Thursday eve; B^pt, 3; ' A pot luck lunch be served after Uie mepting. eq j^eml)«?rshjf) will be givpn , ^qsenli's parochial school ' * ' mi ' , Tuesday ,, l\ school' day moriung. n Sehroctjer ciJ Thursday night to visit their nother, Mrs Mary Otis, a patient, at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona and with .other relatives. Dther \ Sunday guests were -Mrs Margaret Otis.Eckewnan and daughter Mary of: Early and their aunt, Mrs Matilda Schwiderski of Fort Dodge. - ; . ^ Mrs Loyd William, 63, died recently, at filer homer 'in Britt. She and her late:husband' op^rat-' ed a cafe here .many-years-'ago; Mr and Mrs Eugene Black of Washington, la. 'recently .visited her two sons Wilbur and Oscar Munson and their families, friends and. former neighbors. The Joe Penning family moved the fore part of the week to Sioux City, where he will be employed. The Lael Root family moved Monday in with her moth- or, Mrs Jessie Sheridan, where they will live till their new home is finished. The Dwight Bruna will move from the Martin Hamilton apartment into Uie Root house which they bought. 'Mrs Hazel Gerdes had as Sunday guests Mrs Marie Kunz of Algona and Mr and Mrs Roy Clark of Mason City, former Wesieyans and Mr and Mrs Jena Anderson. Al Wagners had as their Sunday guests, the Ben Wagners of Fort Dodge, the Dwight Wagners of Algona and Mr and Mrs Pete' Haverly. Mr and Mrs Richard Hammond left Aug. 23 for their home at Kaeine, Wis. following a two week' visit with Eisenbacher relatives, <• Tlie Norbert Hilberts, Joe Studers, Vince E i s e n b:a c hers. Charles Nelsons, Joe and Ed Eisenbacher attended the' funeral of a niece and cousin, Mary Lou, 8 yeax.oid daughter of the Qirard Stiouths of Reading, Minn. Friday morning. Her 'urtcle, Father Linus Eisenbacher • of Ponrjeroy, said the Solemn Requiem high Mass. Mary Lou had a heart condition. Mr and Mts Albert Johnson took their son Terry to Poinsett, 3PF ; < **<& && ~i$ t -?ji ;*y S. D. where he ' is speeding a week at the Methodist student leadership training §ehq«l. Terry is a member of the State Council of Methodist Students Movement with ^eadquiustws ij-t- Dea .Moines. Upon his return!home, r hQ will enter Upper Iowa Umver- t Fayette, for HJS second schooling in; ; flccounting, Mrs Jphnson will spend week on a vacation visiting Various places in South Pa&ofa and at the end of the week the SIAA FREE KING KCRN STAMPS 100 B £ *'*' WITH THIS COUPON AND A PURCHASE OF $8 • MM «««% uvtnn Am *r/\TTm w A nrTAltf A f VAATV GCTVlDW BB OR MORE AT YOUE NATIONAL FOOD STOEJK UMtT 1 oburON PE« FAMILY * BXMEE8 BBPT. STB. M» SUNKIST SO FRESH POTATO TWIN' BLUE RIBBON FINEST ,i ,#• PORK & BEANS 4, J.B.C. VANILLA or CHOCOLATE CR EM E SANDWICH ill i^i riBJiri'^ MISSION NATCO GOLDEN CORN COCK O' the WALK, HALVES or Cream S*rtr ~ i| - «r W. KetMl M3 $' ' 'i ^ CAW ,' EVERYONE LIKES , CHICKEN SLICED PEACHES....4- $ 1 COCK O' the WALK FRUIT COCKTAIL .NATCO HAMBUBGBR or ' ' -. 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