The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 16
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' cial So- met Thursday after- JtiHe 8 in the home of Mf8.; fiart- MUler 1 in Algona. Mrs. Stffie Teete^wiEisJh charge of the • progfarn, Mp4.\ Mike .Arend had fUH' time. .Q&hies were played iwd Winning prizes. Lunch wai served by the KostesS. The next 'meeting will be> held Thursday \ after ndbtt, July 13, in the home • a of MM- John Carlson. 'Mf, anti'MrS. Tom Trenary left Friday mbtriing for O'sakis, Minn. where. they will visit, Mrs. Trenary's -sister' and husband, Mr. and Mrs-, Chris Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Trenary plan to be gone about >a WeeK. Sunday evenirtg visitors in the P. W, Marlow home were Mr. aftd Mrs. William difford of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rusher and Pam of Bancroft Mrs. Bernard Phelps and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korerte and.Judy were Tuesday lafterhoon visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Gary Ringsdorf is spending a fety dftys with his grandparents, Mr,, and Mrs. Donald Hihgsdbrf. He.will visit until his parents come for him this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson were Wednesday evening visitors in the Otto Harlan home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young spent -Sunday at Clear Lake visiting Grandma and Grandpa, Young and also the Victor Youngs. Mr. and Mrs. George Hix were, Saturday visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Murphy of Blue Earth were Sun- Summer Arrives - Unofficially! WINSTONS i .! -; (Patk or box) : SALEMS full bouffant skirt and long sleeves ending in & point at the wrist. Her tiatfa was styled in a crown of tiny seed' pearls, holding the shoulder-length veil. Her flowers were a cascade of white fuji mums, forming a detachable corsage. She wore a string of Laguna pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. A reception was held in the church, i Marcia Anderson, sister of the bridegroom, kept the guest book, Among the hostesses was Thursday, June 15, 1961 Ataona (la.) Upp«r Pftt Mrs. Eugenia Rist O'Hara, formerly of Algona. The bride attended DCS Moines Tech High and business school and is employed in the insurance division of General Motors Corp. The bridegroom attended University of Iowa at Iowa City and Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Palls, and is a member of Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. He is employed as credit manager of General Motors Acceptance Corp. of t)es Moines. After a wedding trip to the Ozarks of Missouri the couple will live in Des Moines. (UDM Engraving) RET raes Miss Bertha Roewe of Laurefls retired this year 'after 40 years teaching home economics at rens Community school PIPES—CIGARS—CIGARETTE LIGHTERS ALGONA Summer officially arrives June 21, bul for hunareds of area children the opening of the Algona swimming pool Friday was really the signal that summer Was here. The photo above shows the jam-packed pool aDoull an hour after it opened Friday. Besides the numerous heads of swimmers visible in the waiter, many others were sun-baithing on the concrete op- proaches oultsid'e the pool. The pool will be open daily from now until the end of the season from 2 to 8:45 p.m., weather permitting. Beanie Cooper is manager of the pool this year. (UDM Newsfoto-Engravinig) day guests in the Vincent and Lawrence Govern home. Sheryl Smith came home last Monday to spend a week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith. She returned to Iowa City Monday morning. , Mrs. Glen Zweifel" and- Patsy and little : grandson, Marc ^ Zweifel, called at the Jake : : Smith' home Friday morning to visft Sheryl Smith. , V ,.;,• "There is good in everyone, and if we look for it, a wonderful thing happens—the bad disappears." to Dad" with a DAD'S D 0 U B L E CHOCOLATE CAKE What a thoughtful Dad's Day gift this will make ! A • record all about Dad plus just the kind of quality cake . • men go for .-'. . loaded with rich, :hearty chocolate . : 'flavor. Tender and moist,'it 'has 1 a -full-bodied eating qualily thai will delight Dad. Remember, Dad's Dad is coming up soon, .so. place your prder for a cake today and be suro yours is ready for the big day. Get Crosby's -record, too. FINN'S BAKERY Algona, Iowa Mrs. Jorgenson Your Favorite Guy Is Our Favorite, Too! We've Designed Our Services For Dad's Everyday Convenience! 1. Our Checking Account Service Saves Him Time. 2. Our loan Dept. Aids Him in Financial Problems. 3. A Safe Deposit Box Protects His Valuables. 4. Travel and Cashier Cheques Safe Quard His Cash. Wf R§ ALWAYS RiABY TO SERVg YOUR DAD ••;, ; . : AT IOWA STATE BANK AIQQNA, IOWA Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Prexy, Ledyard • Ledyard v — Mrs. Earl Jorgen- scm will head the local American Legion Auxiliary for the cbming 'year. Alsp 'elected at the •Tuesday; £ evening 1 ''rneetingla.were the following officers: first vice president, Mrs. Gus Simonsmier; second vice president, Mrs. Marvin Lloyd; recording secretary, Mrs. Ted .Green; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Everett Thompson; treasurer, Mrs. Wm. Bauman; chaplain, Mrs. Mary Bashara; Sgt.-at-Arms, Mrs. Alvin Busch; color bearer, Mrs. John Manthei; historian, Mrs. Wilma MacKinnon. The poppy committee 'reported that $48.02 was received from poppy sales. The door prize was won by Mrs. Howard Klinksick. Mrs Qarl Jorgenson was hostess. The July meeting will be held July 5, with the installation of new officers taking place. Mrs Burton Johnson is to be hostess. WSCS Meets The Methodist WSCS mot Thursday. Mrs. Cecil Pingel was in chargp of the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. D, B. Mayer. Mrs. Glen Burrow and Mrs. Virgil Loucks were in charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Edw, Looi't, Mrs. Haze' Carpenter and Mrs. Harold Herzog. Hostesses were Mrs. Mary Bashara and Mrs. Lena Warner Mrs. Hazel Carpenter left Monday morning for Minneapolis, where she planned to visit a sister for several days before'going to Grand Marias, Minn, to visit with her daughter and family, the Carl Noyes. Mrs. George Thompson attended the Merriam-Thompson reunion at LuVcrne Sunday. Mrs. Marie Halverson left this week for a three-week visit ir. California; Mrs. Milton Robertson and Cheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Manthci and Debbie of Cedai Rapids visited at the parental 'John Manthei home over the weekend. Mrs. Robertson and Cheryl remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack of Lakota visited with his mother Mrs. Lillian Brack, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson of Waterloo visited with tht Everett Thompsons on Wednesday and Thursday. Three of the Thompson children, Dennis Cheryl apd Nancy, returned to Waterloo with their grandpar erits.' Friday visitors at the home oi Mr, and Mrs. N. A. PingeJ wert Ed Pingel of Fort Opdge- and Mrs. Ralph Kujjn of Duncpmbe The men are brothers, At Sales Clinic Bud Robinson of Algona, Iowa attended an on-the-i'ann crop drying clinic presented by Sioux Steel Co. in Sioux Falls Tuesday Algpnqn Wed June 3 AGORTS1 Air Condition One Room' This Summer! See Your Algona Electric Appliance Dealer, Now - See How Little It Costs. ALGONA "AMU MEAN'S'you OWN IT" We're headquarters for the ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner IF 'JTS WI WAWT IT Mrs. Harold Friders and Roger Arndorfcr were sponsors Sunday for Brenda Kay Reding, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reding, baptized in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algonr by Mgrs. P, P. Gcaren. Dinner guests in the Reding home from here were Mr. and Mrs. John B Reding, paternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Friders and sons. Mr. flnd Mrs .Tony Becker attended the wedding Saturday at Owatonna, Minn, for Kenneth Russell of Claremont, Minn, and Jean Marie O'Connor of Owatonna. Kenneth is' the son of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Russell, formerly from the Livcrmore-St Joe community, Mr. and Mrs. Becker also spent the weekend visiting former St. Joe community residents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kayser at Waseca, Minn.. Mrs. Kate Phillips in Owatonna and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weydert and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weydert at New Richland, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges and famUy from Colwell, Iowa, for- jnerly from here, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. Ben Thilges and other relatives and friends. Leo is a brother of Mrs. Mike Hofer and Bon Thilges of here and Aloysius and Arthur of Algona. Mrs. Elmer Beck and family from Tempe, Ariz, is visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Beck is a sister of Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Andrew Kramer, Harold, Martin, Edmond a no Clarence Friders. This is her first visit in 20 years. Mr. Beck brought his family here and went on to his home for a visit with relatives at Rockford, 111. Knights of Columbus regular monthly meeting was held Wednesday evening with election of officers. Raymond Kohlhaas was elected, Grand Knight. Others elected were juhn Capesius, deputy gnand knight; Anton Becker, chancellor; Norbcrt Friders, warder); Eugepo Mertz, recorder In charge of lunch were C. K, Kohl&aas, Sylvester Wagner and Kenneth Hermann. J^r. arid Mrs. Wilfred Kohlb.aas and fainily attended a Lentsch Wanda Virginia Byrn became the bride of Phil Gene Anderson in a candlelight ceremony Saturday afternoon, June 3, in Plymouth Congregational church at Des Moines.. The bride is a daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh H. Byrn of Des Moines and the bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Anderson of Algona. Dr. J. W. Lcnhart officiated ai the ceremony. John Dexter was organist and Kenneth Black sang. Nancy J. Carson was maid-of- honor. Tom'Anderson served hia brother as best man. Richard Tonisen and Joseph Graeve ushered. 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