The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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Joann Pictured above are Mr and Mrs John Hatlen who were married by Msgr. Schultes in St. John's Cartholic chiiirch at 9:30 July 12. Mrs Hdtien is the forhier Joann Lensing, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Lapsing. The bridegroom is the son. of Mrs Gertrude Hatten,-aU of Bancroft. ' The couple is employed at Algona and are at home in. Bancroft following a wedding trip. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) Daughter's. Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scuffham entertained guests Friday ev= ning in honor of their daughter , Kimberly's second birthday , Guests were'Mrs. Margaret Wag-- ner, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wagner, Arnie-'and Robin, Whittemore, MV;''-and Mrs. Larry Har'•\ -,,. vey, |p|>d'g^^Mr. ; and Mys Fred Popch/' lijyej-mpre, jilr, and Mrs. Geo. Scuffham and Jan. Algona. n :>•;.. Family Picpic*" A family picnic was held Sunday; at • the" Ambrose Call State pa_^k honoring Merle Beresford, Bancroft, yirho js leaving Jul> 23 for army service. In attendance were his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Beresford, Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter and Mrs. Edna Richter, Titonka, Mr and Mrs. Harley Hanson and Dennis -and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith. Dinner Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen entertained at a family dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koh- muscher and daughters, who have visited here the past week and left Monday for their home at Wayne, Wis. Other guest; were Joe Doughan and daughter Carol Lou, Garner, Mrs. Marvin Bprgcn and daughter Janice- Allison, and Mrs. Sam Baylor Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller haci as supper guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and tilt- respective families. It was ; farewell for the Wcslcys, who are moving to near San Diego Calif. Card Party Regents of CDA held a benefit card party June 24 at St. Cecelia's Academy hall. Winners at bridge were Marie OBrien and Colleen Barry and tit 500, Rita PJa.the and Cyrilla Seifert.- L)oor prjze was won by Carol Gotten. }00 guests were present ' including those from Bancroft, St. Joe and WllHtemore Card Club Cjntirjg Mi-, and M^rs. Leslie Higley. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Muller, Mr and Mrs. Hubert Markings, Mr and Mrs. Gene Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sifert and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tripp, members of a card club, with the respective children held a picnic Sunday at Crystal Lake. FijtUe* Js, 72 "" Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorn , and family were in Fort Dodge July 19 to celebrate the seventy- second birthday of Mrs Pries- Korn's father George I^oil. The Kolls will observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary August 3. Card Club Hostess Mrs. L. J. Nelson entertained her card club" Wednesday afternoon. The club met this week Wednesday with Mrs. Jess Hill Family Reunion Mr. arid Mrs. A. B. Oakland attended 'a -..Prestergard family reunion, Sunday at • Bricelyn', *al which _200f^persons were in at- teno*ance."*'Tney brought home with" them their niece Janice Hove, Bricelyn, who will remain here for several days. Return Home "Rev. and Mrs. G- J- Gerike arid family attended, a family reunion .July |Ca| SJp,VjJ£ 'Faljs, S.. D. From there jffiey" {o Brainerd, Minn., for a Vacation and returned home July 22. Kristy Jergenson, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jergenson celebrated the first birthdaj of their daughter Kristy Wednesday evening and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergenson, Charles and Susan. Mrs. Harvey Jergenson and Mrs. Gary Dodds. Refreshments were served and the time was spent socially. House Party Mrs. Joel Herbst entertained at a house party last week at her Okoboji cottage. Guests were Mrs. James Everds, Mrs. Harold Gilmore, Mrs. Don Hutchison, and Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Auxiliary Met Good Samaritan Home Auxiliary met July 2o at the home with nine members present. A discussion wai led by Managej Herbert G. Lmdquist. Host Clubs Mrs. Walter Khirnp c-nU-nain- ed her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Dutlon v.'a- hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. Lions Club At Burl Host To Scout Leader Hurt — Don Callenius, Humboldt, Scout executive of the Pi-airie Gold Area, was guest speaker at the regular meetinf of the Burt Lions He spoke on the responsibilities of the local group as sponsors of the Bun Scouting Program. He also an nounced that Scout Camp for Scouts of this arc-a would bf held at the Boy Scout Camp at Okoboji the week of Aug. 13 Ray S. McWhorter told o! his trip to the reunion of the World War I Fliers held recently at Uuyton, Ohio and which he attended. He showed colored sildes. The evening drawing was wor by Stan Gardner and donated (o the Lion's Eye Bank fund. Guests included Di. W. F. Hamstreet, Brownsville, Texas Pon Callenius, llumboldt, ant' {{ev. Wm. Buhi. The C:30 dinner was prepared and served by Auxiliary members, IVIesdaines W. W. Boeltcher, C'has. Scott, Donald Patter- £jo ( n, and Ella Sigsbee. ! " Atrs. Dick Meyer * afld. , Special music Was- sUrtg.,by : h'r, Algona, was the guest of honor at a jut-nuptial A mock "wedding furnished the entertainment of the eve* ning. faking t>ari.weteJHesdanu es. Homer Sabin, Cliff Holding Henry Smith, Wallace HeMfcott' Eugene /Steward, Melvin John- _ r .„,_„. son, Melvin Abbas, Dale Lock- Mesdames Roscbe MaWdsTey, wood, and Judy *nd*Janice Ab- Jr., Larry Holding and ,Dud bat.*"* ' " tj '*,. ' ", Mawdsley. They^ wene^'^ftcfid MarjoWr was assisted irf open/ irigf he* fgifts'by Mesdames Eu fefie Steward, Cliff Abbas ant* Judy and. Janice Abbas. Miss 6rr, a nurses aid at I3t Ann hospital, will become tht bride of Roger Steward, Burt July 30. . - - UPW Meeting ' - v? Bodttcher oh j<-ciaa^ ;. i^ ;j United "Presbyterian Women * Mrs, Darwin Keagle and child' met at the church Wi with •Mcsdatne^, W* r Mri *wp|w?frSF5 ^ l ^i i' CI JT"! 1 ^^ er y - HusseU J Patters6n." <5A«fe I Mfcs. • Earl -Laur;tsoiS., Tb 1VUO* O-/O.» WUI AB.V.U^-*W «A*U iMAAAA^A" ren, Terril, came Friday fqr a visit ,with her parents,', Mr.'J- J — _7 » '_i i j. j. J., *K i« wtr -*i IE- .IF 7J , _v»i,, ,^^/j^.,• ~~~ Becker and Henry ' Smitli as joined', Holding. The members ,, of the Nightly Club-wilt'ffle<? f tv\5rjib* K-r,' % - Mr. an st Bend,| 'Algohfl. bgle ahdH Served. *•'** I Mr, and Mrs.- tffed Davis wer* Bdsts at their farm hotne Sun- .for. the annual, Butt3 .family union. Present _ Jktives. • t 'BVI t, Mrs. Earl Lauritson entertained Wednesday evening in honor • tief hus . jrMty, ( Mrs. Mart fie SfJoh 4' T,t6ft1nffeC_. (Sieleffieid fd Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christen sen and .Dorothy of Vancouver, V. aHcf Mr!.' "Wfn r . 'Bob! 4ftd Charles joined relatives from Maine and Foft Dodge-at.a pic- Ip Cupper,.at Huniboldt s on. Sat- of Vancouv > Burt Tuesd q arrived 5 in> Burt ^Tuesday for a'visft -. E&rl LaurilsdA 'arifl "Mrs. '• Fred 'Gebken, and Brother Oeqr^e Lieningeit and ,wltfi ; Bother rela- tives. *" ' '' '" "' * ' ' ' " f ' "v . MrSand Mrs'. I*red '"DaVis; Sc- Companie^l bv^ . Mr. and M^s ~ Mr f -atid -Mrs.--Walt-Steward Perry and Karen Steward, Haz" Kst, 111. spent the weekend the Eugene Steward home in " ~ Larry Olson, Blue Earth, spent thefweekerid at "the fionie of hif lyj, the->fEar f * .t i. ..« >:*!•» • sister, -and*? fantflyV, the^Earry, Holding!. Suhaly^e^MriLitiestfe at tBtf -HoldJrir MbrhfPwW Mr? and Mrs. Robert Angus and fam- % : ' Rfatt, •wloas beeft;doA 'at ffls'home"fdlloWine'1 t ,a check- George Beck* „..„ at the , «« ««-». near-' SherKurfl Minn. *he : Becker children; Stephen _and Susan, stayed .a) js.aren oiewuiu, «"«.;?.. ployed 'in' a' HazSlcf*e"it, 111, - pital, is enjoying her.." at the home of her pan 'MfenW"" "tflSS^* 3 • : \Buit ffiend's 5 bf *Mf. ! Lynn Rosefaerry of Portland Ore., this .^week,'. received jv an * . IS; -,i*t*i .. A /.* _ **_.*<_ pr_jf4. ^ former Barbara Thompspn, for- far .'B.urt Resident,, ,of tie-1 lowa'"stadeftf receive a"B for' the tuiijbf is pat lined .recelitly to •:i4.!fch_olarshii: . wili;j?r;a,jophbmore in; the college "of liberal arts, at S.U.I. * 1 " 1 * -""^ r this ,The Public Health, t £jer,vice es- vJnaie^ that\tHe>e'Ve '0.2 ,mil- flion' persons under 25 xyh'o are "infected Vitfy tuberculosis. ' Hive you had any juicy, golden brown fried pork ,.CUT FROM SWIFTS' SMALL , TENDER PORK LOINS chops lately? They're rich in the B vitamins and « delightful change of pace. LETS HAVE TEMPTING CHEESEBURGERS Jatt can't Seal Iftat Meat Tender First Cut PORK »e PEP LB. CHOPS PER Center Cut Rib Chops S 59c oaicious BONELESS PATTIES PER LB. Tenderloin SWIFTS PRiM|UM Canned Ham' LB 69 <FULL 7 WB - TENDER. JUICY PORK LOIN ROAST NATIONAL'S FAMOUS, ••100'% fURE, FRESH GROUND BEEF lt'« Kfeihly of Pure Lean Beef with Or^y 20% Suet to Give It That Juicy, "Wonderful rfavor " A •• 35 CAN .SWIFTS PREMIUM Sliced Bacon ,r*TCStl«l*l -' SWIFTS PREMIUM Ring Bologna* ' Hamburger BUNS «> Add That Tang to''Cheeieburgerj with AUEC7 lifUIT 4 VHkkip If HI*, ed: " BIG 14.6Z, 'BOTTlLE OF THICK F Natco CATSUP Notco OL 1 FA DILL PICKLES FINEST ". -' V; TOP TASTE -f— so. B CAKE MIX I UN: or YOU£ CHOICE. 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