The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 2
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i- • i t" ' 2-Algona (Fa.) Ufft*r B*» MeinW Thiirsddy, §«j». If, 1959 S, ...^_.^.^_. . ... ^* * iiLdtejaWA^feaL. JI^JL,.^.. ..JB .. . ,fa^.,««u.y_..i...«AA. ... A/ . ^.... B .jr. ...*.. A ,...,' Ex-Residont Weds ViAtm Bousseau, daughter of Mi' aftd MfS NorriS Rousseau, formed Algofia residents now df Jackson, Minn,; befcam« the bridfe of William Thorrtas Hunt in tt ceremony SapL 6 ih first "Presbyterian church at Jackson. Maid ol horibr was the bride's sister, Doris 'Joah Roussfcau. Dwaynd Rippertlrop, ,S\vfea ,Gi1v. ushered. The bride attended Algona high school and was graduated frdrii Jackson .high • school. She! is employed at Jackson. Mr Huflt is a graduate of the Jackson schools and is a farmer and truck driver. Th(|y Will live in Jackson. " > ' ,i jjrt 1 UP MI iif'i*''' • .• TeleHMews Judy Gregory The American people can now take an "acJive" part ih: world affairs, as they follow Khrushchev's visit *lo this'country by several "On-the-spot coverages oh television . . . something not passible before. :You baseball fans should make siire your sets are in good working order t . ;' the World Series'is not far off. Looks like the Series might be played, at least partly, right here in this part of the U.S., bjit "not all of us can moke it to Chicago or Milwaukee . .. should those teams cop. the- pennants. J With trie event of the new winter, TV season,. \ . many actors and actresses, are .slipping /'out ojf charaaer.";; Sophisticated Ar- llnir Murray' will Wave Tab'Huntj- er' and the Kingston. .Trio on for a* new-found teenage audience; Ernie Kdvaks will emcee a panel thbw; and Buddy, Hackeli will pjay a "Heavy" roll on a "Rifleman" show. "'^oted Veniriibquist Paul Win- che'll," Sundays,- ABC, is proving hiff'dfimlhTes kre^nof'so^dumb".'. i hjf's using them , lo ( teach his fcfiild-audience good manners. ^t*hil Silvers-just signed-a pact to do four specials . . . one, 1 on Opt: 17 and'three in I960 . .-. for ONE MILLION DOLLARS 1 THAT'S RICH .,".." ' i'JTor the answer to .your TV and Radio Problems;*" tune in (112 N Mocire — CY-4,3260). , , .-v.j Gregory, above, daughter of Mf'fnfci MrS Floyd Gregory-of Eatfle^OipVe,'. &nd Gavy'lDaflattd, 'Soh of Mt ahd Mrs -ErWih iDar 1 . Jand also* drf Eagle GroVe '"were 'rharrlsd Friday evfehtn& Aug. 28 yn 8 b'eldck ;at the 'Methodist 1 kills' Joifehe 'Gregoryi* sister of .thejbfidei was bridesmaid. idegrodm yra$ attended ie* friend, 'Bdb Wicks' of Grove'., ,"" • •• •-"-' 'Immediately after the cprc- mony a reception -was held at, the home of the bride's parents'. '"The -, bride is a graduate 'of Bqon£jVaIlgy high school. -Th6 bridegroom is employed at Wll- Sbn'S in Eagle Grove and 1 will shortly entei* the Navy. The Gregorys are former Algona residents. D.A.R. Meels ... . D/AjR. held the first meeting of the, year Sept. 8. Luncheon was served by the women of the Episcopal dhui'ch. Plans were made for the observance of Constitution week, Sept. 17-23," and Verrj McClure spoke' ' on the Consitutibn and the Supreme 'Court today. The committee in k charge of. arrange- m'ents* was Mrs' Katherinc Gil- triofre, i Mrs Trella 'Patterson, Mrs Lucille A'muiison and Mrs Bess LaBarre, The, local chapter will entertain the state Regent at the November 'meeting. A representative groujj "Will, go to Spencer Sept. 21" *fpf ? "tlie~ "northwest district meeting. > , •D.AjR. officers for the current year are Val Williams, regent; Eleanor Mowers, " vice regent;. RUth Qopk, chaplain; (Lucille Smith, recording secretary; Hazel Lu'sby, treasurer; Esther Quinby, corresponding secretary; Mabel Paxson, registrar, Mary" Anne Lytle, historian; Mable Tjaden. geneolbgical records; and Beth Annis, librarian. to Nunlng Ikhooi Judy Rahm, daughter of Mr and Mrs MagiWa Ra«rt, left Sept. 8 for Ced4* Rapid it Where she began tr*ini% in the Mercy School of Nursing, A dinner was held in her honor Monday evening. Attending were Mr and Mrs Bob Arndorfer and children. Li. and Mrs L. II, Holmes and Julie and Mr and Mrs Joe Rahm and children. Lt. and Mrs Holmes and Julie spent three weeks visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm, and his; parents; Mi 1 Slid Mr* Clifford Hdlmes, LAi-f Verne., "they returned to 'Sa'nia Ana, Cat Friday. " " i ' HiVi Family Picnic A Taylor family picnic was held Sunday al Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor's. Others in attendance were tho parents, Mr and Mrs W. C. .Taylor, -(Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor and (Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and the respective families. The birthdays of W. C. Taylor and Larry, son of Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor, were observed. Miu Wfllt? "> Mr and &$ft Algona, have iSngageme^ Sfiarriage of 'mcu uauKinci, ley Anne, snoWfl, -n€!fl§, "tfl,. x^t ver, Clo., to tlsy H, ^iepedaj als^ of Denver. Both afe ertifptoyisa at Denver. Th« weddfftgiwilf fee held Oct. 19 in Immaculate Con* ception Cathedral at" DetiVeft (UDM Engraving) Hondte. At ftnbwer iWtbbeft Observe Birthday Mr and Mrs dinner gue ter's pat^ Godfredsoti bratidn t)f son, Ed Go were Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfred- 4 son and Mrs Mertfin Johnson and Douglas and Lewis, s Swea City, A Phillips .family- reunion, is being held Sunda^ift Des Moirieg, In attendattce ^ErBin' T ihl§ vicifUty will be Mr and Mrs Elmer iPhil- lips and his brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Albert Lea, Minftv >yd Muckey. .Mr» •Mrs Ji P. SmitJi Flft^ j;3&ith*s» Mrs _ Daisy ScSfaae#, aftd tttt-MRM gtlests .Wet§ m MHBeh Wlbbfih gftW a miscellaneous shower for Miss Dits- 2. Guests ed. Miss Ws .Hbtner .Clark entertained at a 'birthday party for thelf sort, Nick! Sept. 5. Gtiests at the dinner were members of the high .school graduating class of ~ ! ' ' " - TOM'S .RADJO &'TV Chester Schoby, assisted by Beth Annis, were hosts to Ih'e Delphian Society Tuesday afternoon.' The program was given by Mrs John Zalaznik. •• ','Nbvr do ypu sw, dear, vfhy I send y?mr shirts to THE ALGONA LAUNPERERS & DRY CLEANERS." , $ CAN mi? YU LOOK YOUR e ^-A«... f,f, f y ohins, .Howird- -Fujik, tieaift (Benschoter, Roger Keith, JTpm iHut- chison and Jason Etheririgtn. Nitki is in the navy and speni the Labor Day, weekend 'here, , ,,,. i Mr, and Mrs Orrle Pfet*%on Sf, theh- thirtieth Mii JVed Dupius a *amlly stipper atfefidattce •were, \ Sdfttti" -• - other's, Mrs Bullet Honored : , A miscellaneous post-nuptial shbwer Was heia'Sunday 5 iof'Mrs Pat^Butler, Si-Paul (Minn., in St. .Michael^ • paWsK Mil at Whittefhore", Irt atienefanee from htire wiffe^Mfs' Jarftfel.'iAllfeH; Mrs, Esther Benson, v Mrs William* iBSsterilehner,' iMrs Kay Cojok, Mrs J>"rreH Downs,..Mrs-Tim O'Brien, Mrs Nellie Van Allen 'and -Mrs a ahH8UHeg34J.eattMs the daii* ghier of MrsJwia'Qaay^and tfie . ^fcaldfCady, colisln "*>f GadyT *^ Joins , r...rifi, son bf Mr •and, Mrs 1 Harry ,B6eKelman of Al! gona, J * enlisted' 1ft the tf.S. Air Force last week for four years. -He is a 1959 graduate of St. Cecelia's, Academy.* * , i^^f.*^JL*l ^M^ua|k VRIOEB FOB am, i7.ia.tt BEHER MEALS BUILD BETTER FAMILIES —ami better meals start right here ak National! 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