The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1961 · Page 4
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IW53p^- >v ^X'" r ^Wh"*<='< •- ' IPWv't'" > -. ./ ^fc'*$&;A~ *•; -.- • $fc£ v^BRp^*^:^/^ "^ W^V'-WifS a* i "JlsS.,.. '•> ,i-t' « Thursday, Au 9 w» 3, 1961 - «,!&•<>; jj»| *"**^ 5<f! ( * ' Pictured above are 4«H dub members who received spseial rtcog- •"•'rtitjoji in~4he better grooming and clothing revue contest A Burt * Jstfy 22 They are front row, left to right: Dennis Montgomery, Swea *CSty, ftoger Wubben, Wesley, Mike Nttchals, Algona,, Leland Metz- Igef, West Bead- Back row, left to right: Dan Skew, Wesley, Ronnie *»Lande, Swea City, James Jensen, Lone Rock, Chris Nygaard, Wesley, f Gaten Meteger, We* Bend and Dick Presthus, Bancroft Members * were judged on personal Dooming, posture and carriage, attitude and Jdctthing grooming, ajipnopriateness and fit. OJDM Engraving) Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward ar" rived Saturday from Hazelcrest, ~HL to attend-the Wedding of the -former's brother, Roger Steward J to Marjorie Orr Sunday and to *• visit Mrs Steward's parents, Mr , and Mrs Miio Rente The Rente * went to Elmore Sunday to bring A their grandson Norman Hanivek, . Jr. of St, Paul here for a visii ^and will take him home this « weekend. if-, A 'two-ball foursome and buf- "* fet supper will be held Sunday 3 at Algona Country Club. Mr ano ^ Mrs Walter Hagen and Mr and "•Mrs Mel Bay are co-chairmen of ** the committee, in charge with " Mr and Mrs Pat Beck, Mr and ** Mrs Clair Blossom, Mr and Mrs ^ Walter Peterson of Algona ana Mr and Mrs.Dale Lockwpod and * Mr and ; Mrs Harold Martin, Burt. — A Mother : Daughler party will 2 be held Wednesday. Aug. 9 at r Algona Country Club. iSinner * will be preceded by swimming ^ and golf. The committee in « charge is Mrs!- Warren. Uelson f Mrs :Harry Greenberg, Mrs Fred * Williams .and Mrs Cliff Skog* strom. .• . . ;-".- "•• •. .' ; ' ••. ** Ben Meyer, student pastor at «• the University of Dubuque, will T be guest speaker at the Presby- T terian church Sunday. Ben, son *• of Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer 01 ~ Algona, is pastor of the Presby™ terian church at Lone Rock for the summer and is employed si "'Kelley Lumber Co. here Sheila Sullivan arrived in Al ** gona Monday evening after z « two-year tour of duty in Germany as recreational director ™ with the special services of the a, ermed forces. She is at the home • of her parents, Mr and Mrs Wade m Sullivan, Mr ar.d Mrs Kenneth Ssely hac' «. as their weekend guests the l: j .t- •••-• Ui's sister, Mrs Harold Soren.-on " Mason City, Mrs Jim Davidson M. Sioux Falls, S. Dakota and Mrt •'•• Carl Anderson, Wahoo, Nebr. ... Mrs John Dutton was hoUes; • to the Eight Specs card clui: '.,'. Wednesday evening. Mrs Frani; Vera was a guest and prize." were received by Mrs Eli::.beti „, Post and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. "' Mrs Carl Irelan and Mrs Jiir •" Kojp were chairmen of the 1 " dies Day Wednesday at Algon;. Counlry Club. The program in-• eluded golf, swimming, luncli ** and cards. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskora ate at Fort Dodge today (Thursday) attending a golden wedding mass for Mrs Prieskorn's parents, Mi and Mrs Joseph E. KolL A piv- nic for relatives and close friends of the. couple is planned Sunday following a mass and breakfast at toe home of the daughter, Mi* Frank Young at Fort Dodge. Besides Mrs Prieskorn and Mrs Young, there is another daughter, Mrs Michael Sadlick of Chicago and a son, Joseph D. Koll, Jr., Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Merlon Baker. Bill and Karen left last week for California where they are visiting Mrs Baker's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Sam Hanks. The annual Mothers' Blessing will take place Sunday at StI Cecelia's Catholic church after the 7:30 and 9 o'clock masses. Kir and Mrs Frank. Vera and «-»,. of het &irth<dir club etlt&ge. Attending were Mrt '.\Sffiitn, Mrs'WaKfef Itlamf ;tirf Sc&mtdt, Mfe Lawr- «ftce Offl^tef Mrs £. R. Me- Quistot^Mrs ft, F. Perry, and Mrs Cnirtes^ Livingston, who is »*iWlti^ fciri^tfoai Mioeais, Ari^ Baptisms Sunday ai St. Ceee lia's Catholic chureh were Gordon Merle, son of Mr and Mr* Merle & Moore, and GeraW 1 Scott, son of Mr and Hrs Thoma: B. Rich. Mr and Mrs James McEidor. are parents of a seven pound, five ounce son born Saturday at St Ann hospital. M* and Mrs Ronald Brigs* *rc parents of a five pound, felghi ounce daughter born Thursday a, St Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobsot spent Sunday at Clarion with Mi and Mrs Harry Hobson. Bev Johnson was dismissed from St Ann hospital where she had surgery last week. Miss Hanselman Of LuVerne Is ,"* ,^- ' Nurse Graduate LuVerne — Attending the graduation of, Karen 'VHanseljaan from nursing school in Sioux 3ty «inday were'lher parents Mr. and "Mrs Carl/ Hianselman FCathy, Kjistine and Mary, Mr and Mrs Edwin Hanselman, Lynr and Laurie, Mr and Mrs Carl Risvald and Beth, Corwith,' Mr and Mrs Roy Bnenger and Lester of 'West Bend. The Lutheran Hospital Schoo'3 of Nursing held baccalaureate service at 1.1 a.na. in the Morn- ngside ; Lutheran church witi he conanencement that evening in the' same church, Karen was one of the class of 31 graduated After September she will; be em- Dloyed at a nursing home n» Sioux City. Has Heart Attack Wont receives Mr arid Mrs 1 parente df-.i^tfea «. ce soa born falyj , nospital, Fort U6dge. a daughter,/J^SX^aiSd* a HiCiue .WAD aiso has *iia bu- date July 29. Grandparents i* and. Mrs -Herman .Hinz are parents ujL,'«««»i.' r juji9i>^uiiuu^ a daughter bom'July 2S at Han* COCK Memorial' hospital af "" Mrs Carrol, " & the daughter of Mrs Helen itmey and the late Vernon fooKey* lorn is thft son, and Mrs Dennis Carroll. J , Billy Arthur, son,of &f/»an$ Mrs Gerald Ramus, was bapt&eo. at the jjervice Sunday •l«t^_thfe Methodist church with. M iJtevV Worthie V. Usher officiating/" ' Mr and Mrs John Heil and family of Marshalltown were Saturday evening callers on her grandmother and aunt, Mrs Clara Wolf and Ihe Leslie JPec- huiners. . Mr and Mrs Guy; Andre ana girls of Fort Dodge 'visited Saturday evening with' friends and relatives. .The Dwight Savages of Cedai* Rapids were .weekend visitors in the' parental Lawrence Miller home. . , Mrs Ray Stone, Marcia ana Ronald were Ames visitors ^Friday. While there they wenr guests of Mrs George Godfrey. Mr and Mrs Herbert Huff, daughter Theresa Ann of Springfield, 111, visited Sunday to Friday in the parental David Huft and Harry Huff home. Grandchildren , the piVt week^ in the Edward Ramus home were' Becky and Vicki Ramus of Fort Dodge and Lany anid Bob Hillman of Wesley. ;••;'- ' Bob Eggleston concluded his weeks vacation visit with' his; parents, the G. A. Egglestou family, and returned home from Des Moines Friday. Mr arri Mrs James Blumer and children; of Farmington, New Mexico :«re visiting their, parents the Paul Slumers here and Mandius Hansens at Bode. i states thai SUN. thru WED. CONTINUOUS SUNDAY ^lOM 1:30 TANGLfD PASSIONS .. .families aqainst tbemsdyes - -. -«»s resHe^s youH) 1 cnsates fornantic -furarcJ HURRY! JUST 5 MORE DAYS •• k i BEDDING SALE! FURNITURE, INC. j y *t We*l of CvurJ »fe«f9 TROY DONAHUE DIANE M'BAIN Popular Sb« of TVs M SURfS10E6" 'CONNIE STiEVEN S »HAWAIIAN°Eyr' i •Ha VBiwq;,nwji,nTOw^ t? Sunaay, , ..^.^"'."i 1 VY"l 4 ;iW Connie^ dtottttntv -«*4'*:J!lSfiMf Kugg have 1 retumM frdnt ^ Wo t^ B^UjiJi4^aL4w ' *£t1ji^ friutTift ' f^*i3£ f week vacation ywit wjut.. von j nie's aunt, the?mtfw«M ««««< family iait 8otik«4 Hi. Mr and v-lsi ted Friday io Broadie. Also m her brother Earl Dr. and Mrs J. E, Schultz of Jon, California. Rita and 1 Sunday itf ther. M Polk City , . Broadie Seriously" ill a , Mr and Mrs Paul Blumer visited the past week with his brb- ther, Henry Blumer at Knapp. Wise. ' , , '„ Rev. and Mrs Howard .Marty csme friday f« theft 1 >tnildMit who spent the'past three 5 'Weeks with their grandparents, tht Henry Martys.^ " ' • *\ .Mr and Mrs Jack McClellan Craig and Pamela attended a 'Hayes family. reunion at Fdrt Dodge Sunday, Mrs Marie Maass, Lavon, Mat Belle and Bobby visited Tuesday to Sunday in -Huron and Yale, So. Dakota, with the William and Fred 'Maass families. Lawrence Marty is reported going.through the clinic at Rochester, Minnesota. Carroll Marty took Mrs Marty and Gary to Jamestown, N. Dak., where they will remain to visit her parents, Mr -and Mrs Phil Wuflestad. LeRoy Weber, Richard Krause Jerry Patterson and Larry Robb left from Fort Dodge Saturday for two week's training art Camp McCoy, Wis«x, with the Air National Guard. The reunion of the family of the late Mr and Mrs Emil Anderson was held at the LuVerne park Sunday. Mrs Marjory Groh was a guest > of Mr and Mrs Edwin Jackson Thursday to Saturday. She has been employed in Algona but Monday began ^worfc at. Fort Dodge. .Mr and Mrs Bert C. Ramus and Sheri, Mr and Mrs Roland C. Walline and Sandra are oh vacation fishing in Northern IV^in. Mr and Mrs Jerry Stille and girls left Sunday for a vacation trip to Colorado. Mre Alvin Weber, LuVerne, her mother and sister, Mrs Lulu Jordan and Edna Jordan of Des Moines, their brother end son Joe Jordan, visiting here from Los Angeles, visited Friday in Tingley with John Richards, broths' of Mrs Lulu Jordan. Guests in the John Ruger home have been her brother, Mr and Mrs Hugo Bleich of El Ca- :Su¥ifr a*i4 P&Sly tee" RoStfofoY'lli:, and relatives Mr end Mrs Frank Gronbat W6f% gtiestS Sunday of her bf ther, Rev, and Mrs Gerha Hesse in Ackley, from Renwifck Were guests of LuVerne group Friday eveh at the Ev. .United Brethr church. Devotions and lessfl study given by Linda Schuet and Wanda Hefty. Enterta SuhdSy '^fitters •* with' >4 the.. daughter, the Elddfl' Mafiys at Waetham,'.Mnit. ^*^'V Sf Bdbies .'-I>4yti4ed'-Sunda^ _W. the Zlon Ev. Lutheran church/' Cttt W FORJ DEPENOABU SERVICE PROTOFACT EQUIPPED EUCTRON1C TECBNICIAH We Mderrtwid your set best because we're fiitlr equipped with a SAMS PHOTOFACT, Service Data library—the worW* finest We to*e ttw eoavlete mam«»l wftt frfl •• Jonnatio* M the drcaJtor. a^Bstoeots. and proper, replacement parts cowing the my set )M twal 4 , • Brick. 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