The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 13
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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thu>iday ( del. I/ Alflont, (lo.) U^ir I" *-;«ur Immaniiel Lutti* KFJ$&yL %^ CI S 8k * the Betting seBt* 20 tbt the ma..- flljrr §f 1« Edna Meyertd JdhflnHfeSh''^! Burt, The bride, Wh5 ft a daughter of Mr-arid tors Albert ,M^yfy f ; Lo,tts Creek, was rfiyfeft-.itt^fn&itiiwe by her fathefr Rt^-MSitirt 'Ureters'"pfeKtenti^l the|d6u4>|e tihg ceremony. Davk 13k MlUfefr.'.drfitttt tyas soloist , 1^§ bi^dWgoWn Qf White satin attd-Ifcte->$&$> ftshiofted with an eMfiire.' Waist, 'duster'tucks added bestlty atfd Back fullness; and the lace • jacket had long pointed sleeves" &nd| a., flaw cdllar. .The b£iae"eifl^ea-a:' white prajter book and her- faou^tet"' was - red roses ahd white-daisies'.-. 'i « v (Mrs David Waddingham was tnatrdn of -honor. The bride groom's " 'attendant was Arthu Grben and ushers "were Eugen liiebtjiand fDjftfe'iroelewpod.» v Afiefcepudn: followed the cere ^ortiK* ifr the .church cutting .room P) 150.iguem., .Gutting the cak $etob,\Mrs: O. O. .White and >.| Davids ,, Di^" Miller poured* Others assisting 1 at the reception were v relatives'.'Of the bride and Ba'rbara .' Dremmel ' and Karen Cratton .helped,-With the girts. . Hold. Annual Supper , The Burt, Woman's jClub held its annual .buffet supper at the Methodist'Church Sept. 20. Honored 'guests of the -evening were women teachers of the Burt Community School-and wives of the •men-' instructors. Special guests, iepresenting.jthe'rlowa Federation of Women's'/ Clubs were Mrs . Henry Mef'% Videjairec'tor:c-f the' •sixth district, " Mrs EdnvaTd Brandt, chairman of the literature 'diyision>-p£.;the*;sixth district, an,d Mrs: Dale f , {Struthers, KossutB County • President. i, The cluib'fpresident, Mrs J. G. Cia.psaddle;'"htostes's for thje'eye- nirigi. welcomed club members and,?,guests. *, Mrs R. H. Thompson,.'.program chairman, announc- 14** the Iitt* ' "Concede it?'Not'on your W« .-.. YOU'RE Uw ono who staggered home *t four thl% nioi-ning— ed the program and gave a pre» vifew of the year's work. A play- let entitled,' "The Woman's JClub, A .Garden Spot", was, presented by Mrs Dale Lockw6ocl and Mrs Ed Smith... A, colored film was shown.- Refreshment' hostesses were Mrs Don Mitchell, Mrs Dean Andrews,- Mrs. E. P. Frederickson, Mrs F. L. Pratt, Mrs K. J. Smith and Mrs' Will Vogel. • The annual meeting of the sixth district of the- Iowa Federa- ,tion of Women's Club was held at PocahOntas Oct. |>, -. Attending from the Burt Woman's Club, were' Mrs De'ah*Aftdfew%, Mrs*J. G. Clapsaddle, Lulu ' Hawcott, Mrs Clifford Holding,, Mrs Frank 'soh. Mr and ,Mrs p Thorapr Mrs Bill Champion moved froik; the Olson house last week. They Man/to buy a trailer house -which vvill .enable them to live near his work. Mr .Champion, is* at present,,with 'a road con- struction company working near Vinton." Vern Shipler recently purchased the Estel Rentz property. Mr and Mrs Rentz to Florida. Will move soon Mrs Henry Anderson and Grant of Logan brought the former's mother, Mrs Isenberger, home Wednesday after a two week visit with, the Andersons. Mr, and Mrs Marvin Hackbarth and daughters, Algona, spent Sunday evening with the David D. Millers. jRecent .dinner guests at the Don JRatterson h6me were Mr and Mrs Irwin-', Erb, Sierre Madre, Cal., Mrs -Clarence Brunk, Rockford, 111., Mrs Ellen Stensrude, Lake : Mills, and Mr and Mrs Geo. Birthday i son, ^eulVBaU ¥til h* jsrogram and the Birthday, ma Manus Will bt <*«""" Mf and Mrs W*tt B\L.... present at a farntfy' gatt«ri Mrs Helena Steward^ n*a< net Sunday. , , 'Mrs Lawrence Do pahled the Wilbur Iowa City Tuesday; Inhere Spent the day v Doege. Mf Doege „.._- , . . surgery three weeks Sgo ,aftd IS improving. . , . Torhmy Kissner had the raw fortune to get his leg during the Homecoming game here Friday night.' , .•-.^ Due to an asthmatic condition, Mrs Cora Stow has been -Con* fined to her home the past W&ek^ Her daughter Mrs Cecil Godfr^d^ son spent some time With her during the week. Local Girls Attend Play pay At I.S.U. "Among --those attending the third annual State Girls Recreation' Association Play Day at Io<Wa State University Saturday were Patti Priebo, Banbara Bartlett, Beverly Orch, Phyllis Scotti Ruthann Boldridge, Nancy Low« man. and sponsor Mary Hayes, all from Algotta. ' ^ About 200 high school girls and' 40 advisers attended the Play Day. Sponsored by the dopai'.l- me'nt of physical education for women at Iowa Stale, the Pl'i»y Day features activity periods in swimming, . tennis, volleyball, archery,' bowling, badminton and dancing. ' • Patterson, -Buft. last "Week the On .Sunday of above named people, with other relatives gave •a dinner pariy. honoring Mrs Ellen-, Stensrude for her 92nd birthday^ anniversary which was Sept. 29. LEG Bill Watts of Bedford was injured seriously recently when a piece of wire struck an artery in his leg as he was mowing\thp laiwn. It hit "him sideways„and'| flat, burying ifeelf deep-;in the leg, doing much damage', to $rie muscle, tendons and an .artery. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS AND j Typewriter and adding '-machine/1 supplies at Upper Des Moines J PUb, Co., Algona. What's It's the best one you'll 'find in town. • > »i BEECHER LANE wants to save you money. K 1959 Westinghouse Dryers - Sensationally Priced - Limited Time Only Steel Strike=Price Rise! BUY NOW WHEN YOUR APPLIANCE DOLLAR IS WORTH MORE! Dryers By Westinghouse » » .. .. 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