The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 7
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JUNE 15, 1961 Jltometf JUNE 15, 1961 Whifiemore News Mr, and Mrs. Ernie Mo'tfer left Surid'ay aftefri'oon for Lake Oka- bojL Mr.« Meyer, an employee of the Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, vfaa dhosTen a delegate to 'jbttend'the Felcd Feed cortVen,- tion, held from-Monday through Wednesday. • • , ' Cfeq Meier, a-member of (he Whittemore', high?« schdol/' band and daughter-of* Mr, and Mrs, Theodore Meier of Rodman, rep- Resented WKlttemore at (he North Iowa Band Festival- at Mason City,' Falls, S.-'D. spent from Friday until .Mondey at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Franfe Schumacher; Jack ' Spurgeon, who was a tieht in Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg, was trans- -fered Sunday to the Iowa, City Herman ' Schumacher, , Sioux hospital. He. was accompanied by his wife, Kathi-yn, . , ,, Members of (he* Bowling 'Cen; tor and their wives attended smorgasbbrd at'Spencer evening; •, i '.' i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest t family, accompanied by, the; mer's parents, Mr, and M^s. William Meyer, Sr., visited home of the letter's , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bennke' Fairmont. 1 • Lyle G. Baas, s.&rv-of ,/ , Mrs. George- Baas, v < and/Leo'/Jl Farrell, son of Mrs, K'atHleterl Ffcrrell of Whittemore/f dmistie'd in the United States; Mferi^e 1 Corps, They ,were asslgt>ed\io. Marine Corps recruit depot, Diego, Cal. for 12 weeks of'bisic training. \ t \ t } 'Rev. Walter T. .Wo'lfrdm of Ventura was in charge of v the Sunday morning service in "St. Paul's Lutheran churdh. Jurie 18, services will be conducted by David Meyer of Garner, ,d grand-: son of Mr. and Mrs. .Will|km Meyer, Sr v of Whittemore. M\, Meyer is a~ student at Cpncordia; Seminary at St. Louis. Rev. and Mrs. Cleo Rautsch. and fiamilyj left -June 7 for Loyell, Wyo'mingS to visit at the" home : bf' Mi-s.! Kautsch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Doerf. ...... - ...... •• Mr. Erwin Borcherding of Latf- imer has accepted an assignment 1 to teach grades 3, 4 and. 5 'in 'St. Paul's Lutheran school/during the next termi '•,..•]'... Ruth Braatz daughter of -yt& and Mrs. Louis Braatz of Whittemore, who -has ; taught the past school term in a Lutheran school at Albuquerque, 'New -Mexico",' has accepted an assignment, , to Bristow-Carrol'l Wedding chial, school in Winona, Minn. SMALL PARTS CABINETS for home or office. Upper Des , , . . teach 'the sixth grade in a :paro- Moines Pub. Co., Algona. You Won't Find Compl dints With Our Work! : You Can Rely On Us! ; '.••••:'• ' . - ; - ' . : F° r • Well Drilling * Jeep Ditching ( Pump Repair PHONE CY 4-3848 - ALGONA Elfoert Well Co. This Area's Oldest and Most Reliable Name In The Well Drilling Business HOME LOANS - low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and interest plus your taxes and property insurance can be combined into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or-buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high? i, v MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your material dealer or contractor, our Association has a very > special plan for handling'loans to help you. : , Write or call on Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass 9 n ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA Savings & Investments T- Accounts Insured to $10,000 BY F. S. L. I. C. Miking your city • bitter phot to llVi, work and ralii • fsmlly- Iha result of iCRpfylNG Savings andUan businMi ...and the place to get HIS gift in Algona is the... Gifts that will please DAD.., your DAD ! Gifts that will make DAD'S EYES POP Where you'll find the best selections of Power Mowers Garden Tools Sporting Goods • Hand Tools • Power Tools • Barbecues • Bonnie Jean Brislow, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Irvington and Donald J. Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, LuVcrne, were married at 10. a.m. Thursday, June 1, in St, Benedict Catholic church tat St. Benedict. Father Ruba officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a gown of slipper satin, floor length, fhort train, nylon net overskirt, raschel lace panels and bodice, sleeves pointed at' the wrist, round neck, with an elbow - length veil and headpiece of nylon tulle, cloud effect.'Her crown was of net with sequin rhinestones and she carried a white prayer book with a bouquet of yellow carnations and white stephonotis. Maid of honor was Linda Bristow, while Rosemary, Carroll served as bridesmaid, Thomas Garroll -was best man, Robert Bristow, groomsman, ushers.were Ronald Arend and Jerry Bristow and acolytes were Jerry McCarthy and Jimmie Grandgenett. Organist was Mrs. Robert Eischen- and the church choir sang. A wedding dinner for 90 guests was held tit 12:30 in the KG Hall near Algonia. A reception followed. Mrs. Thomas Carroll was in charge of the guest book, dining room hostess • was Mrs. Ed Arend, Virginia Lappe and Lovalee Bristow were in charge of gifts and table waitresses were Kathy Hanselman, Joyce Meyer, Lenore Frost, Diane Groh, Marilynne Hobscheidt, M a r. i e Marty and Connie Arndorfer. The wedding cake was baked by the bride's mother. The new bride is a 1901 graduate of LuVerne high school and served as secretary for the high school principal. Mr. Carroll is a 1959 graduate of LuVerne high school and is empolyed by Everds Construction Co. of Algona. Following a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells, the newlyweds are residing at LuVemc. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) ' STORAGF CABINETS, metal, af Upper ties Moines. SOON COMES THE TIME, as if does every year. When -we notice ri guy, to us very dear, He's not accustomed to fuss and to bother, I'm speaking of Sunday, when we-honor Father. NOW MOTHERS ARE used lo having a day, It's long been held on a Sunday in'May. They shower us with gifts and call us a Saint, It goes for ui!l of us even though we ain't. MOTHER'S DAY, GROUND HOG DAY, went on for ages, And HaMoween, Valentine's—then one of the sages, Said, "We've thought of everyone, now maybe we hivd, Figure out something lo notice poor Dad" DECEMBER WAS TAKEN FOR Christmas and such. And'March with its taxes wasn't suitable, much; ' , -i They shuffled around for a day opportune, And finally settled on a Sunday in June. THERE ARE ALL SORTS of fathers—all shapes and all sizes, Sedate Pa's and playful ones; Duds full of surprises, ' Rich Pa's and poor ipa'<s, short ones and tall, Dad's with butch haircuts, or no hair at all. THERE ARE YOUNG Dads and old Dads, and the Dad of your frau. Step-Dads, and Grandads, and Grandads-in-laws, Godfathers, and fathers who've long passed awny, We .love every one of them on this special day. < THERE ARE DADS who are gentle and Dads who are lough, (Some Dads cover sentiment with voices quite gruff) There are Dads who pat heads and Dads who give kisses, But fevy. can resist charms of their own little Misses. DADS ARE QUITE GOOD for a number of things, Like paying the bills and fixing kite strings, Administering spankings, tossing a ball, v . Driving us places—I can't name ithem all. MENDING A SCOOTER, CLEANING the fishes, Carrying out garbage and wiping the dishes, Hplping with homework, thinking up fun, Escort of daughter, companion for son. EARS FOR OUR CONFIDENCE, source of advice, On all kinds of things from trapping the rnlce, • To choosing a college, selecting a wife, . . ' And Standing by iovingily all of your life. : - SO GET OUT PA'S slippers, bake him a cake. If he likes fishing, let him go to a lake. ; , Buy him a present as a reward, . < .'•,.'-, Get him the nicest -that he can afford'! TELL HIM YOU LOVE him though you don't always show it, (For at least one day, he might as well know/it) Th'en af(,er he'e : sure you think, him a dear, , Treat him.real decent the resit of (the year ! . -:...... . • • >• .' • • "*',.;;'*••••'•»•. •.:'"" '"•" •' '„•"•* THE COLUMN THIS WEEK is toeing written under rather ui# usual..circumstances. We are up at ithe lake for the week-end and' although I've written while on an outing many times before, Itha < tiling 'that makes it different is ithat it is now a quarter to six in the : morning, I've been up for two hours and my husband is put with two attractive women ! They were going fishing, they told'me.-This ; s quite a bit of living it up, especially before breakfast! * •• * * JOAN DIAMOND WAS asked to talk at a local Church Vacation "• School on the subject of ithe Jewish religion. The youngsters listened , carefully as Joan explained Jewish worsship, customs aind variation n ithe observance of dietary laws. When she finished she asked if .here were any questions. One IMtle fellow could hardly wait to ask his. It was, "Say, do Jews have to have fishing licenses?" ' . ' ,- ; * * * IT MAY HAVE BEEN the same youngster who reported that he most important thing he learned at Bible School was that Jesus was also a fisherman, "But when Jesus went fishing", ithe boy said, i 'He didn't catch fish. He caught men!" * « * • , THERE ARE ALWAYS LOTS of family reunions with their pot-luck picnics at this- time of year. You might want to try th'ij J week's recipe for Chow Mein Casserole on your relatives: .' 1 pound ground beof ' . 1 medium onion, chopped fine 1 cup diced celery 2 tablespoons drippings • ' % cup uncooked rice 1 can cream mushroom soup, undiluted 1 can cream chicken soup, undiluted 3 tabsp. soy sauce . . ;. . 1 — 4 ounce can mushrooms 1 — 3 ounce can chow me in noodles. Saute beef, onion, and celery in drippings 10 minutes, stirrinj '• roquently. Add remaining ingredients except noodles and turn into, asserole. Bake at 350 degrees for I hour. Sprinkle noodles on top, nd serve. Makes 0 servings. — GRACE. Enricxh. a, Lifetdrne .,. with a fine Diamond AS an expression of affection, generosity or thoughtfulaess, nothing has ever replaced a fine diamond. la • this store we proudly display the ... emblem, Registered Jewekr, American Gen Society-yean guarantee that you and your loyed ones wiO ahyays be especially ntoud of ft dji

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