The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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Uppftr B«* Melons Thursday, S§pf. 10, s iii.; ", i Mary Ann DHfmer Weds Mr and M« R«ding Mrs Richard J. Sloan, the former-Mary Ann Dittmer, is shown after her marriage August 29 at the Catholic church at Corwith. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer, Lone Rock, and the bridegroom is a sun of Mr and Mrs Max Sloan of Corwith. The bridegroom is an aviation machinist _ mate at< the Patuxent River naval air station where the couple will make their home. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving). ' , • were visited over ttie weekend by Mr and Mrs John C jbleman, Maureen and Kathleen, !£t. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mr* Efcrt MUtof w*t* visited Monday bjj the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr attd Mrs Clayton Millet of Fairmont, Mr and MM Rfiberl PeterlOn and Reynold the weekend at Mankato with Mrs Wilma Eth- crihgion and at Waseca with Mta V 'r>a-vid. son of Mt and Mr» Ifi Kohl, left last Wednesday to re* sume his studies at Iowa State University and. will enter upon his junior year in chemical engirt- tC Mrs C. N. noblnson has bintl" visited by her brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Perry Ricka* batigh, Harris*, and friend, Mrs Bessie Tramlp, Minneapolis. ., Mt and M\rs; Charles SchaMfsr had as guests ^Sunday Mr and Mrs Jake Switters^ Wall Lake, Mr and Mrs Leslie Chi'lders, Des Momesi and Mr and Mrs Herman Stien- block and Davitl, Bancroft. -,» . Mr and Mt*' Earl Millet had Mr and Mrs IRviy Lovstad and family of Hurt .as guests Sund&yi Mrs Lovstad is ;a daughter of the Millers. Dinner guests Saturday were Mrs liavenVe Barker, Bode, and Mrs Peter li'alsrud. Mr and Mrs Wieiner spent th« weekend at Norfolk, Neb., with their son-in-law a.dd daughteruM and Mrs Marshall Dodder. Mon day they were at ^Mitchell, S. D with the latter's utncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Hugh .Jones. Mt and Mrs Orlaia. Otl and family were joined by tertained all of the faculty ftt«n wives. Ih* arid theft wives and the swretar f<tf lunch -Mottday mettioon tttt< the dismissal of Ex-Lakota Dies; Funeral Held Saturday ' Funeral services for Mrs Angle Hubbartl, about 80, former resident of the Lakota and, Bancroft areas, were, held at 2*p"jm. Saturday in the Winter funeral Home at Buffalo Centfer, Burial was in Gracelahd cemetery there. Rev. John Engels officiated at trip f*Stf*s J Mrs Hufobafd died Wednesday night in the Good Samaritan Home at Mason City, , She and her husband, .Louis,. formerly farmed near Lakota until -his 'death. About 10, years ago she, moved to Bancroft, then to the home at .Mason City. t Only known survivor is a girl raised in the Hubbard home. mother, Mrs Waltei! and all were at Wat Ott, Hartley, jrloo over the Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson and Phil are going to Des Moines to attend the striping ceremony at Gardner Patterson has returned to his home at Princeton, 'N. J., following a visit here with his parents, Mr and Mrs, Charles Patterson. Mrs Homer Lindhorst has been dismissed- from the hospital and is being cared for in her home by Mrs John Gr.btte.- Mr and Mrs John Romer were visited over the Labor Day weekend by Mrs Homer's father William Beck, Dickens. Mr and Mrs Frank Osirum and son Ed, Mankato, Minn., have returned from a few days o'f fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland spent the Labor Day weekend at Bricelyn, Minn., with Mrs Oakland's mother,: Mrs Julius Hove. Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase are expecting visitors, Mr and Mrs John Hamon, New Orleans, La. brother-in-law and sister of Mi Haase. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips spent from Friday', till Sunday a Des Moines with their.son-in-law and daughter, Mr and" Mrs Glen Frederickson. Iowa Methodist? school of nursing in which the daughter Marcia wil take part. Phil is employed in De Moines and has vacationed wit] his parents the past.weekX Sandra Phillips, daughter of Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips," will leave September 20 for Iowa City where she will be enrolled as a freshman at the university. Mr and Mrs Milton Norton had the latter's son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Charles Boevers, Pocahontas, as weekend guests at their cottage at the Okobojis. Mrs Mary Ziitritsch and Mr and Mrs Leon Merritt are being visited. 1 by Mr and Mrs Ted Zittritsch of Detroit, Mich. They are also spending some time at Clear Lake with Mrs Zittritsch's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Arlo Larson. -Mr and Mrs Ted Larson have received word that Vic Lowe, well known former Algonan, is seriously sick, and under treatment at Ashbury Methodist hospital in Minneapolis. The Lowes have lived in Mankato a numbei of years and this year they have , % been managing the Country Club Mr and Mrs Robert Palmer anc - family of Seattle Washington, re turned to their home Sunday after visiting in the T. James Pal- •mer home and with relatives and friends. Robert is an industrial engineer for Boeing Aircraft. He attended Algona schools and graduated from Iowa State Col- Mr and Mrs Earl B. Miller .took heir son Marvin to Ames Monlay. where he, is enrolled at lo'Wa State University. Mrs Harry Nolte has returned rom Mt. Pleasant, Mich., where he visited her son and daugh'ter- n-law, Mr and Mrs Fernley Nolte. Mrs Gwen McDonald has begun vork at the Rusk drug store,.She lad previously been employed .as I'urse at the Good Samaritan lome. , Mrs Dick Post and children. Bob, Joan, Rickie and Rex, spent he Labor Day weekend at Manila with her mother, Mrs Lillian White. Fred Blumer of the Good Samaritan Home was visited last week Thursday* by his sister, Mrs Roland Elbert and Mrs AlVin; O'Dell. Neilsville. Sue LaBarre, freshman at the Iow*a Stale University, Ames, has been pledged to the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She is a daughter of Mrs Robert LaBarre. , Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernaihy and daughters Carol and.JDi.ane, Mason City, were Labor sDay weekend guests of Mrs Clark Or- Labor Day weekenH. They were guests of Orlan's brother, arid sis* "er-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dale Ott. Lance Stephens loft Friday for the army base at Charleston, S.C., having concluded a:\three week [urloug'h spent with, 'his parents; Mr and Mrs Keith , Stephens at Ayrshire, and here with; his grandmother Mrs C. N. Robinson and uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Earl B. Miller. • ..,+ .. John Oakland recently returned from Fort Worth,'Tex., where he visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and, Mrs Jerry Beamish and son, Timothy. John has now ;one to Ames to entjer upon his .reshman at lowp State university. He is taking a course in chemical engineering. t ; 272 Enrolled In Lakota School Lakoia — The Lakota School opened Monday with a full teaching staff and an'enrollment of 272 in the grades and,98 in high school. > ' v • '' •Supt. ,and Mrs J. W. Cook en- West Bend Girl Wed Area Man Marlene May Bonnstetter became the bride of Maurice Bormann in a ceremony Aug. 26 in Sts. Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend. The bride is daughter of Mr and Mrs Rudy Bonnstetter, West Bend, and the bridegroom a son of Mr and Mrs Chester Bormann, Whittem,ore. 'Rev. Charles Bormann, Kern- sen, brother of the bridegroom, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mary Jo Haag and Leland Derner. soloist.' Acolytes were Bill and Bob Reed of Whittemore. \, Mrs Keith Ballard, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Mrs Jerry'Bormanh was brides- majd. , Richard Boiinstetter, brother of the tbride, was , 'best man. Jerry 1 Bormann was groomsman and Kenneth Harmon and Harlan Bohhstetter -were ushers. Following the ceremony,a .wedding dinner for 115 guests was served at the* Plantation • -The' bride"> is a graduate of West' Bend High school and. has been'employed there. The bridegroom is a graduate of Whittemore Presentation Academy and is employed in Algona where the couple will', make their "home; ton, Mrs Addie Driver and Mrs Maude Blake. , Harry Greenberg attended the air force convention at Miami Beach, Fla., and while he was here Mrs Greenberg visited" Tier parents, Mr and Mrs David August at Topeka, Kan. Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre and Mr and Mrs Russell Cook had as guests at their Okoboji homes over the weekend Mr. and Mrs El Larson, Cresco, and Mr and Mrs Sherman Briner, Waverly. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke "drove to Iowa City last week Wednesday and Mrs Goecke had surgery. Mr Goecke returned Saturday to bring her home. The surgery was successful and was performed to eliminate deafness. Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne, Bill and Barbara have returned from the Okobojis where they spen much of the summer. Barbara is leaving Saturday for Northfield. Minn., where she will enter hei senior year at Carleton college. Mr and Mrs Gene Murlagh spent the weekend at the Okobo jis and have as guests' theii daughter, Mrs Richard Thoreson and Becky, Santa Ana, Calif They flew here and will remain a month while Mr Thoreson is on duty in Japan. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary Sunday and had as guests the latter's son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Elvin Ray Moore and two sons, Muscatine. Evening WILL BE Expertly laundered and pressed . . ... . if you bring them TO US ! Keep Your Youngsters' school clothes fresh and crisp with no added work to your daily grind. lege. Mrs Clarence Morrall was recently visited a week by her son'. in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold LeVier prior to their move to Torrence, Calif. Mrs Morrall and her son and daughter-in, law. Mr and Mrs/Bernard Morrall, Armstrong, spent Sunday at Crystal Lake, Minn;, with Mr and Mrs Frank Morrall. Mrs Mabel Paxson is in an Independence Mp,, hospital where she had surgery Tuesday morning * having a broken hip pinned. She ' .suffered the injury enroute to visjt Mr and Mrs 'Norman Walker. «• Her son Charges was taking her " therp, Mrs Walker is the former Helen Goeders. Charles planned '', to return home Thursday if his >. mpthei 1> s condition was satjsfact- callers were Harold's mother and sister, Mrs Anna Smith and Edna. Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges, Fenton, were guests Saturday evening of Mr Smith. • and Mrs Harold IXCtUSIV! StaNu "FINISHING TOUCH* '• Olw oil fabric* that ccuhmert-ioft f*«!t • H«lp» r«itor« original drop* and ihaptl. • Add* wrinktt-rewtanct, Yowr» at no txtra costl HOSPITALS Fu»er4 were held ,Mor>dpy at Mjnneappjis for Chris 'Nelson, 7LWIW had'been in poor health tjje^past few years. In, at- "t,, '$ tenduncft-at il*e funeral were the Mr and Sepl. 2 — Mrs Russell Fisher, Algona, girl, 7-4. ' Sept. 3 — Glen Buchanan, Algona, accident. Sept. 4 — Mrs Mary Dahlhauser, Algona, surgery; Mrs John Klesath, Algona, surgery; W. E. Lane, Whittemore, med- cal. Sept. 5 — Mrs Marvin Lxied- ike, Fenton, boy, 7-7; Judith A, Buffington, Omaha, surgery; Mrs Ed Ruhnke, Algona, medical; Mrs Marlin McCulloch, Algona, girl, 7-?; Baby Jeffrey Potter, Algona, boarder, Try Sfa*Nu aad ,. , s,, .v. 4r§ I, W. N^lfpn, IHwr son and , /:^'; d8Ujghtgy«|n i Jaw,MrandMrsHar^ *•*-* " 1X '^elson and ijip brothers-in' ao4 Mrs Hen^ . , r , Mrs Otto Mr Jinci Mrs Bas, pgden. Sept. Mrs Eugene Arndorfer, Wesley,- boy, 7-13V*; Leland Derner, Whittemore, medical. Sept, 7 *~ Mrs Ch4rtes Elbert, Algona, 'boy, g; Sleven Rshe, Al- medical; Mrs Elmer Hell parjcroit, girt, 8-5; Afend, Algona, .medlca}; . Pa ; ul Potratz, yrhittemore, ermjy. FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY ALGONA , p^HWP ^^^^W ^I^WW W^' ^Pi ^^^^^ ^9^^ ^^^ ^Bj^r IBH ^fff ^fj^fjt mfil^ MBI ^f- "^•C^^ ^^^ ^^^WBUH^IBF HB mtjr • m ' •- " i. Cpurthouw, Algpno AT RAY'S GREEN GIANT OFF PACK LIBBY'S SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT 39C WHEATIES 2 ' ' "*'i FOft I v - . ftj FLAME RED es Ib. HUNT'S FRUIT 300 Can For $ 1 FLUFFp GOLDEN ; 3-Lb. 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