The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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Mary Zita Cruise became bri$e pf Nprm'an J. Staudt ii\ a cerem3ny*%une' ; 10"at'9-a.nY., it) St:' 'Joseph CdtHotfc cHurcH at Wesley 1 . 'Ttie bride' is- a'daughter of Mrr'ahd^Mr^Vihcent-Cruisi of .Wesley and'the bridegroom a son of'Mr. a"nd Mrs. "ATStfcudt oj Dougherty- '' "• " ' I 1 'Rey.'R. W. Phillips officiated at''the -double 'ring' cerein'qny. ' ••'Kathy'-CrUise -'serVed her : sister , as maid .of ' 'hbnb£, -.and .CJarol StatTdtr'was • bridesmaid? H'arlari Staudt '•wras": • his •' brother's r besi man w ~and : John ;Rboh'ey "•'.'• Was groomsman. 3VCke 'Cruise aftcl James ' ; Errher. seated tK£ r guesti while William CniisV w'as r; acdU yte, .- , •""' " ' . .. _/ i >'A wedding dinner was: held at the K. : C. ; Hall in Algeria*, with; a reception following th'e'dinner! Madelyri'- Sabin had 'charge 1 ''bi the 'guest' book. Mrs. 1 " 'Charles Befte. and •'Mr's. Bill.: Befnhai'd. "cut the-cake; Mrs. Phyllis rMiilf' ,lin and; Mrs. ; Florence Blake poured.''Girts we're 5 ;•opened- by Mi's: Marvin Steffensen,' Mrs>; Joim' Ropney, Mrs. Don Carlson and Shirley • M&ri. •''The bride is a graduate of Wesley, highi 'and St.: Joseph School •of Nursing 'at> Mason City.. Th4 bridegroom is a graduate of St ; . Patricks hijjh school at Doiigher- 'ty and attends Hamilton College, Mason City. ' Following a wedding trip to northern Minnesota, 'the couple will be at h'dme in Mason City. ; (UDM" Engraving) Doctor Leaving Dr. I. G. .Groff of Lakota will be leaving his practice there August l.-On that date he will begin a three-year residency training program in radiology at ,Still Qst'eopathic hospital in DCS Mbincs. Portland Club 1 T 5 £*' * , i 4 *-fl •*" ' Suspends Until This September . -Portland — The Portland Pro- 'gress Club .met June, 15 .in,the horne of Mrs; Lloyd Bartlett with Mrs. Roscoe' Stewart' and Mrs. GJen Lar'ieh' assistant; hostesses. .-Present "were 'mesda'mes How- 'ard Sparks, Clifford Young, Tony Ja'ndl, Frank ! Becker,-Ray Me:Whorter, Tom ' Trenary; Harold Becker,"Ben Lampe, Leo Arndorfer, Jay ' Steven,VJake ' 'Smith, •Glen Zwiefel, Earl Shipler,'Good- -wyn Berg'crild, : Axel Carlsen, : and jViCtor Fitch; There were four 'guests, Mrs. Linda Johnson an'd 3itle,jiaMghter, Mrs.' W. J. Stew- ?ari?'WHd'' Mrs. George '• Hix. ? '•• 'Mrs. H. S. Montgomery, Algona, gave a. lesson on arrang- 'in'g flowers arid curing and prd- serving flowers f6r winter bou- .qu'ets. ( '.''" '''i'' "' ' , • ' " Lunch was served by the hostesses, There will be no July or August meetings. The September meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Earl Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Govern. Ray and Darlene of Ledyiard and Theresa Farrow were Sunday dinner guests in the Yingcnt and La\vrence Govern home. Mr.'arid Mrs. Clair Moore ana family- were Sunday visitors in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goctz of Wesley Sunday. Mrs, Ray Fitch called at th<.home of her sister, Mrs. Nell Pot- ter,;in Algona Saturday. ' Mrs, Elisabeth Kennedy went to Fort E<Jd|e !f Monday to'Consfilt a doct6r ttfid fake treatment ; ' < Mf'sVEfffe} fefiter-'Wfditonnfi were visttfefa in the fidmlto*La¥4 setThqW'-Thursday.' •'"' ,-•' ! ; 'Mr. i^nd Mrs. Howard Becket We& dinfief guests Fathers Da$ Jrt the Tom Trenary h6nle. Mfc 'iAd'Mrs.'Ralph Ougan and family were Sunday evening suppei guests. Mr. and Mrs,' Bill Trenary and Doyle.. were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Ton, Trenary home. • * "'Mr? : and- Mrs. Edmund Larsen enjoyed a pifcnic supper with thr G&dfrey^Geilehfeldts -it, Silviir frake, Minrii Fathers Dayi. iv* Kir. arid Mrs."llow^fd Sparks Da'ryl attd^tfiitt were- gudsts ; Mr the Guy Dimond home Fathers Day. -|This was also in honor ol the" June birthdays of Mrs. Howard Sparks and Mrs. Myrwin Di- mondf '••'•'! ' ' >fi° . . • MrSi Harold Becker, Will leayt next Sunday arid •will-attend v s, cbnventidri of the United/'Pres'by.f terra'n 'Women, at "Purdue' Urii-" yersity, Lafay,e|te, Indiana. '-''•Mr.' and'.. Mr£.' Leroy Phelpt were evening 1 visitors in tht BeYrfard Phelps home Fathers ' . 'K -f ^ ;; -)- i T-—.J .-. • -, .- . -. t . ; , j /Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and Leroy, Mrs. Dwight; Riise,' Mrs Victbr Fitch., Korene arid 'Judy. Mr. and' Mrs. Timer Harms and family pf Titoflka and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and family ot Sexton were Fathers Day' guests jn the George Hix home. ' Mr. arid* Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf of Burt and Mr. 'and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf. and boys of Des Mqine^ were Fathers Day' dinner guests in the home of Mr.rand MTs. Robert Seefeld. "Only the truly great are humble, and only the humble are truly* great". ' ' , ' * , ' Lakota Luckies Hear Report On 4-H Convention Lakota -i-' ; The Lakota- LUckies 4-H Club met Saturday at the home of Judy Jutting, with Marsha Smithy-as co-hostess.-* ;•; ~ Kathy, Christ igav'e a'talk" Margaret Powers •'and''Linda 'Bciett- cher and Linda' Hoepprier ane Donna Kayser gave team demon-, strations. For special, activity, ..Mrs.. .Bur-- dettel Hoeppner., gave ^ai ,talK Carolyn -Ley'reported -on her tripl to the state 1 ,'conventiori at Ames L(mch was served by the hos^ tess; . -.••"•• Mr. 'and Mrs. David Boekol- man left Sunday for a vacation to the Black Hills. • Mr. and Mrs. Russell Beesor- of Humboldt were Sunday guest? at the home of the P. C. Geileri- feldts. Gloria Geilenfeldt returned home .with them to visit. •» Mrs. Pearl Smith and Mrs, I. G Groff drove to Iowa, City where Pearl spent the 1 weekend with her sons, Dick and Allen Smith Mrs. Groff visited the Pat Hand; at West Liberty. Kathy Petersor rode to Cedar Rapids where Mrs Ed Raney met her and took her to Marion where she will spend the summer while Mr. and 'Mrs Ed Raney attend the summer session at Iowa City.- Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sachs of Oelwein were Saturday evening visitors at tHe home ! Verne in the t at* irch, ff| hour the tuthei"'-League,''".'r^ ff", Mary H 't!lrcle of the * Presbyle; ian cjiurch met ,Thursday, e,Ve-, nlhg at the Robert 'Beemer hdm4^ Mrs. Harold Ashland was- co-, hostess. Mrs. Wilson Brack gave devotions ''and Mrs. Pearl Srnith ga've the lesson. The Esther circle ftiet^aKthr Vernon Smith * Jlc.frte»}with u Mrs Lucille Biibrle as"eb-hosleSS. Mrst Elmer Pafllsen was^'Ih cH{if|c ol devotions 'while Mrs.'ttay' wintei gave the lesson.'-'-- '•• -• ••»*« The Miriam circle met at the home of Mrs. OrVille Ruby. Devotions w^ere given by Mrs. El sie, Koppeh and Bible Study bj Esther Schroeder. . ; Mr. ancf Mrs. Orville Ruby at 4 . toAVl^ the. inth «S,Vi^XliAW!'rt«ai.-. tended the 30th Vel-sary of Mr. Ruby's' Si&tef "aH'ft husband, Mr. and 1 Mrs^Craren^Olson, at Emrnetsburg Sunday, Shirley .Smith, daughter of the Vernon Siriiths, left~t Monday to go to Fairmont,, Minn. 'wn'eWsne is employed at th'e First National Bank. 5 . " " - n "Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Car,- olyn Ley; August Baym'an and Marvin 'Rippehtfbi) sr@ at' the SnV> nual 4-H Camp at Clear 1 Lake, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-, 1 day of this week. '"" ''- .',' 4 ^ -l " • Rey."'and r Mrs/L. R. Meinecke' ar4 the proud parents of a 'daughter born' June 15 at the Buffalo' 1 Center hospital. She weighted* >tj pounds arid '6 ounces. Her, name is "Etta 'Maria. • ' \ l • ..... Suzartne Jensen spent from Wednesday to Friday of week*'' ! with the Arnold Karels'at Fro^it, Mirin. ;She spent Saturday with 1 her Igrajidpajje'nffs, ' the s; Ari- drew Jensens.' " ' , PhiUp' Schroeder went to Ames June 1 a where he entered 'Iowa State University for the summer sessio'ri.'PKiliij waS'hoiiie (he"past three months W ' help' : 'whileMis father was 'recu^ieratin c ^' > '''fr'6m surgery. ['' "'* ' * • /RJ Roger Brack, son of the Wilson* Bracks, is attending the summer session at Mankato Electric co-op scryice i •'*•"'" •' • V * • *' > is unexcelled - - - because the consumers ^OTemb|r^,'av^n^c|^ ^control'. the business. And every citizen of this community: Benefits fropi this "yar^ stick" of service. t !»":• - ' i • • . . 5ymb«| «f «*• •piratlva rural «tt<- IrilUetlon - . . end dip>n<labl>, n<n- prafll «UctrU itrvlc* , It, rural lamlllii tl Hill «<mvnunfty. Humboldt County R.E.C. 'Phone 99 - Humboldt, Iowa HROUGH JUNE 30 - BONUS DAYS IN ALGONA HI& DRIVE IS JLJMJL^Ji JLJKiJL. mJL T JLJk M^J MERCURY $2417* COME1 First compQcl with fine-car styling .. ridei smooth as silk ... carries 6 jeople plus ?^ eu. ft. of luggq^e. v ?()oiee o{ 2. ancj 4"4V r "4 1 • wagons. Priced witl) or t;el9 pqcts of other rookery ' ' Mercury gives you 7 money- laving, self-servicing features «,, superb roominess and comfort ... solid ride ... traditional value . . . 'and it's now in the popular-price range. ' COME GET A B( 8AFE By 105 South Phillips TAYLOR MERCURY '" ' " " " " ' Algonq, Iowa .College. >' Satur'day evefling ; v^lsltora'St -.the 1 Antrew- Jlnien tiSffle -werle iMr, flhdl MA. L^ftlont Jensen and .. *..* .ft *|^ESi«i.jji. J2*|rf*#'s -IH^ii oc xjficnicroiL. * trie uon ^n3 0' 'G^uict*0it sftid Ai^. i. Arttmd ! 'Kar6ltf df Frsst, *«^i. .J f* f,"", f - ' , '~ T s¥nday; evening vislteffi al the ^Wiil Mabus' home were^'Mf." dn'd Mrs'. HeHry Boettcher a'M Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe, Sr. • Irvington Marguerite M7* He Chas. Reaper spent Sunday at the home of his daughter and family, the Garel Leeks at Wesley. ' •'• '• ' ' Mrs. Lee Colwell has been having grandchildren as Visitors the past'.we«k, J^ff and Tettl Vahde'TvVa'al 6f ; IdWa Git^ and Randjc arid Behilfe Colweirof-st Benedict. x "Chfls'Oales Was visited" Sun* day by his daughters and his son and {heir 'families, Mrr and Mrs. Ted'. Stori of Port Codge. Mr, and Mrs. John Altman, .Al Gales of F8i-t Dodge', Mr, 'and Mrs. Walter Elbe'rt bf Algbna |ftd the Harold Elberts of WhitCe- more. . .,,, B. O. Davis, local carpenter, his b.egun work on remodeling and Adding 3'rooms to the Elmer Dole house, which has been vacant for somti {line. Mr. and Mrs. JbHn Dole ' and l son will - live there when woi"k is completed. Mr. and Mrs. B. Capesius and Marguerite -Hayes' visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, : Gep. Schumacher at Blooming Pitoirie, Minnesota Sunday. The Schumachers have recently built a'new ranch , type home on their *efe?t|4 ^adjoining-Blooming PraMfraftf^rl; •in chiclMh business,- vy ••.->•* . •' f, '-'i ft^&--*-~ % - , flnCflrl Two Fenton and'four children escaped* with only minor injuries last week Thursday morning when the'car in which they wefe riding fllpp'SH in loose gravel. The car landed upside down in a "ditch 1 co'nfeih' ing two feet of wat'er. " ' •' ( ' Treated for a head laceration cuts "and' bruises a"t St.^ Ann hospital In Algona, was Mrs,'Richard Parsons, 29;'}wiib wds" "driving/ ^ Mrs. Kenhetli Nemm£fsJ 21, |1* so received' tretefment 'for miribr cuts on arm,'foot and'ankle.'They were released after treatment. The" children were-Urthtfrt. »<•;•" Sffiy&S^H *»R™, tU&«i ibfAeff :*$it |1 |?dfec|fej f Id'Veft' " ?a met at'the dinner the ,boys played base There were ab.ouj 7| present, TURTLE A snapping turtle estimated u> be 15 inches long was found res cently in'the frptit'yard of RoBg ert Patterson 6irffi|ar Albia. Pap tcrsdk'tled tHe''tuHle with a ropfe a*nd the turtIe?' J 4newed himseE fj*ee. The animal' 1 Escaped agaif Whert h J e was ptit in >a tub " a board and about 50 pounds rock "on the top. Miss Kossuth KAREN NAVQICHICK, 19, ALGONA Miss Navoichick, pictured here, is holding a bouquet presented to her by Pepsi-Cola immediately after fhe decision of \fo jVf'i^ 5 was announced, Saturday, June 17. " * / BPST WISHES IN THE MISS IOWA CONTEST WE ALSO SALUTE the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the Miss Kossuth County Contest. The JAYCiES are one of the nation's greater} assets ejrrjpng younger groups, On groups such as these rest the future leqder> of their communities — and the nation, ALGQNA'S JayCees, recently reorganized after some years of inactivity, have an outstanding past recprd. Tb'e earlier JayCee group from Algona has furnished two, Staff Pr||ident5, and numerous other officers. " , •"* *"*•' ' WE SAIMTE THE AI.PQNA J415EBS I PP ^Hj^^H jPP ^jj^^ m ISTHiRVIUi, I n f * ««*•«; v t ,, -.TZ\ ^^^^^^^

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