The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 2
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JWt«r^ • • 1 ' jaa gfjm?>; ,V , • w C*V? V;»ii'».,'* -i»V f .,i«.t.'- On Aug. 31 ..----, — ift St. Joseph's j«u- ochlai school here afltt In Gar- „ AlgotiB, schoo Aug. H open * ~—JC-" —• "»»£•»*•• ••w^.rn. v YVJll ™ WC d £ full day of school with the I school lunch program starting, i ? »° 0i , T' ^ **» • ; and Sistor Catharine returned j and Sister libretto and Slste| & J Ai Seoul Camp Tom f Blelch, aff* - David ana > Qttfy l IJbibig,' MM i Goetz, Tom Thotnas, Roy Stev' nfiH. -fiafnt*f4fii1 s *ttV\4«4}i « eii.i-.jf^j- ; ens, -returried Sattirday fromt.a week's duting 'at the : Prairie Qold'-i ScoUt ' Camp at , -Lake'Okobojl. • • Fran* tdieicn, s-i-™, -mma* ;-and Roy Steven's 'drove' up' .tii • get the young lads. Bill Loebig Z Ed nornbidr-'-atfd' Rby Stevens ™ took the fellows to the lake. I Return From Trip Z Rev.'and Mrs. Percy Carlsson ^of the Evangelical Free church ; returned Friday from'a month's ,-visit with relatives andi friends ^in San Jose, Cal. Enroirte they • visited ,the Jackson rioli coun- • try,' the, Tetons in southern, Ida^ho,' and" followed the , | Pacific Ocean' ^horeline from Reedsport, ..Orfegon to' San Francisco. They • visited' his -brother who lives at ".ILake. Tahpe, Nevada. , ^Receives While Veil ~, Mr- and Mrs. John; LlckteJg ~left Sunday for Dubuqne to vis- »it their daughter Shirley and ^family, the Frank Hrfnleys. On -Tuesday they, attended the re- "ceiJtioh for their grqiddaughter, -Janice Lickteig, x dau^hter of the Urban Lickteigs in .'Presentation Academy. She received hei white veil. . / Lickteigs, also (attended the ceremonies at Mt. B.oretta Academy, Dubuqup, • ^/hen their granddaughter,, Paftty Waldsch- mi&t, received,' her black veil. Her name is "now/ Sister Benedict. Her Rarente, the Elliot Waldsehmidts. ofi Whittemore, her grandparents.' Leo Waldsch- midts'of l ,Algona,; and the. Dennis. Lickteigs of St. Benedict also attqn'ded. i Farewpll Party The Charles Jordan family ap honored at' a farewell party in the Methodist church parlors Sunday evening. Group singing was -foliowed/by a program 'and , lunch. They were presented a .Bible, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, Mona, 7, and Corinne, 6, left Wednesday for Stprm Lake where he will attend Buena Vista College and Work for his B. A. degree. He will bp employed part time in the public library and his wife- will work in the hospital. The family have been Wesley residents 3 years duriijg which she has worked in the *Britt hospital and he has been a junior high tcaohcr and coach, in the Cor- wilh-Wesley school, Corinne Jordan had a - sixth birthday party Aug. 17. Miss Studer Honored ; Banns were published . Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Carol Studcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. p. stuq'cr and Earl JUmore of Algoi>a. The H MKI, |»*tt ft*' flfc* V Rtiimtt Tirtinrnr ' . > " P evening in the church parlors. Mrs, -Stanley < Studef • and , attended the shower. * \ Garner and ner of W^i* ley enjoyed a picnic dinner la the city park Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Hoffmaster of Algona joined- them that afternoon. - iter, -Ja- week , Mr., and Mrs t Tony ' -Pearson Spent Aug. 18-20 in Chicago. , En-, ¥6Ute home they stopped .bHif-' ly-atrMV Veniort-to vlsitt he* parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stan- Where ternal HUM! A the'. They to Susan, gjrandc Clarei c'ently , rouse h •s. Jes , /Mrs dorf spe The c high sch K Mr& lLoren.Lease-*of Sunday guests 1'L.L. m SlecT _._,, 3 daugfi' , , Betten. k*week here. ' Ik*', t >' •'• ,„; ,H . . r 't *%"' ' J < • You get the happy taate of fresh, s^in-^ipened Citrus and bubbly sip-' PlCKU|A6fACK vvA returned iftifMilwaukee' J|/JL <* t»i,4 t , .j^ iStteci nis nigf jtSF Mr. 'and a^eek. - "' The* Corwith* Wesley Comrtutn- ity school will ogen Aug. 28 With registration "and classes all M,«0UU the'< ' Mr.'and Mrs. fiverett Adke« c^ r 1 ^ aa \*'"** ^TAJLOI • AAVIU. arson fit -Edgle, Ofoy6 Surida several days the fore |>a the week at the Black, HUM,'* South 'Dakota. The Donovtefr Studers took a ,trip to-the samd. place last W$ek*f3 *4 - - Irvington leflts M. Hayei rs a, sor ,ifld Mr. aHet Mrs. Lawrence -Mertkfr- and • daughters- 6f Ban- crdft. The occasion. Was Mrs. E. aftd* * tierie '^rfiflftl;rttttmed' horiie Sunday. After: '6 t * .,&' bitissoffli* W :thei i yv eei a , uikus B«"V ».«.» 20, years Jiyfom<;A* menKvUrith a.DMth children. 8 *'-W f M. 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