The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 5
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Thursday, August 24, 1961
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Satufda'y ., fy 6i ,, Bjustronii was opsenf» 'Sun'Efo'tis eyening- fo .hold a- part.* ^'-" ' v " :E -'"' 1 r - 'A shower was' held If StrtSfiSBla'a hall Sunday,, Cards tWefr Mllfred Rol| .oln activltfeS,o£^Burt Scouts' Dhu 1 '•/The „ — held in 7 parlors df ait' Paul's chufch at "Wl ' Aug. 20, ahd ° ,"J "•••'-t. .. _— *»wv^«»VA^.W | £5 relatives. Entertaihmeflt <f the 'afternoon..^, .'a/ / .a . . the ifewaiisn ' iskrids takert by * William, Dau Sr., .wh<? with Mrs. Dau had; made a refce'ht trip there. Attending were Messrs and Mffdahies Art Riisch,.'Pran> klin Jtuschf Art" Krtiuse. Rodgei' Dreycr, .Richard Hengel, Harold Ubben, Ralph Stork, Ifug'o IWby- fer, .Victor Dau, Herbert Zumach, Gayle ,- Meyer,^ Wilbur Roebei' ln " , ,-<.J'- er u William,! Dau , ftftttesdaihe* . P. Dau, Martha Pompe, Frank Schallifl,- 'Minnie ' Dreyer,' Everett Dreyer, Messrs. Frank Schallin. Fred Schamn, Allen Zumach and the res^e^'iVe Children"." Family t Re'u1nid»r ' A family reunion was held Sunday at Mr and "Mrs Kenri&li Geilenfeld's for the letter's brother- dn-law and Bister,-Sgt. Maj. Glorence Krug, his wife j and children, Vicki, Bruce and Kurt, Fort Hojd Tex., who. have been guests of the parents, 'Mr ahd Mrs Walter Zemtner. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs WilliaTii Zent T ner, Mr ahd Mrs Bernard Bell, Renwick, Mr and Mrs Wm. Zen- •tner Jr., Fort. Dodge, Mr a'nd Mrs James ,Kelley, Mr and,- Mrs Walter Zentfler and Mr and ' Mrs Glenn; Strayerj ahd respective children. '' ' f • Wed 40 Years' Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Black, Air gona, will observe their 40th wedding anniversary ,' Sunday; Aug. 27, at their hon}e. Their children who will be present'are Sheryl,,at home, Mrs. Ole (Phyllis) 'Roush'and Mrs. Ken (Maxine) Emerson of Pollock Pines, Cal. and two sons and their families, Roger and Gene Black, Belmond. ' College Graduate , , . Mr and Mrs perry "Byttm went to Cedar Falls Thursday to alttend graduation'of theif daughter Joan from 1 the Iowa Staite College. Joan will, t|ach" kindergarten,,at Rochester, ,-'••• 1 Mrs. , Maw Kamer ,'sUj-priseft Mr. and Mrs. A.'-J. Efsdheid ,and Melvlfl,|Algofla ^n9 Mr.,a1fd'Ml%. Herbert Kflfe'cHt t forest' 'City, •with, a birthday, .party Sunday hoftoftng all 'birthdays in the family in August. Shower Honoree ' * • A' 'pink and blue shower was given Wednesday at the Algorta hotel for.Mrs.'Ed Gilihore by Mrs.' Nat Bangs, Mrs. ' Russell BUcharwtn, Mrs. Ted Herbst, Mrs. James Kolp", Mr's. Carl MorCk Jr. and Mrs. George Wbodward./The afternoon was speht at" bridge. Clear Lake Reunion J/tr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow and the former's sister, Mrs. Frank. Cruikshank, attended a Martin family reunion Sunday at ^the State Park shelter house. Clear Lake. Barry Reunion ' A Barry fdfiiily reunion was held Sundfay ,at. the Roy Berrie cottage -at .Clear t Lake. In at j tefidarice from here w'ere Mr. afid l^trs. W.' A.<-§at$, Mrs. Cd-' .•Mrs. Leonard. Milttek enter- ainorl Vior Soinifin 1 Mitk IjrnJ^Ao: talned rier- Okbboji Rbuiuu» y ,- , . yfcf, and' Mfs. Ed, Goecke aho family atehded ^'Rau'sth" family reuhidn 'Suridiy at' the, Okobo- jis."THiity;-five.'p¥fsotis were iri attendance. , ,' " , * . ^and , Mrs.. Lawrence IfuV Jll and Mr..arid Mrs. Roy,'Hut- . eamp the., past • week. Harold Martin", gaVe, a-reptJrt ,oh the N»fi.'iS/'-eoHveftttioTft''^f 1 AM lantid City. Hermfift itacnu^, «ir. r ;±iuitHOim> s6th, Harttn J iAW, Har'bld'Mar- „, .._ tin/ and Dale Lttckwood' sented the .Burt Club as the liions Qolf Day in Algoha day ( . Committee in charge of tHe 6J30 dinner were Nellie Clark T Helen Wermers, GeiieViSve Gra* ham, and Beulah Bullock.' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rledel, DubuJJue; spent several days this week at the parental Louis Riedel home'. Jdhn'Bdhr Who h'as h>ad teach-, irig position .at' Jfbhns Hopkins University, • Baltimore, and who libs been employed at the , Library of Congress, Wdshingtdh; D. C. arrived Saturday for -'a visit with his parents the ReV. Wm. Bohis..j6Hn has accented a te'achlng pbsitlOn at GrOve City College, Plttsbufg, for the com^- ,ng year. ' Jerry MCMullln left Monday on a trip "to Chicago, St. Louis", Davenport and > other cities. Jerry recently completed 'summer school at Iowa State University, Ames. He will, again teach at Lakota. meaf m6n irt ysafs of 6kpWl4rl£riHllfli;<6rnfrib ! n!ty'hQi jblned Consumer's. You'll find fancy <u»$ .dud fhe mo«f rj, sround beef in IfHIs Vrea' drt Jd*'i *|Mie!ftlry I HtUW'i^ -.#,"// ^Wfejfff^^ CHOICE BLADE CUTS TOBACCO Van Nutt of - Story.\ City Brought back from his home in fCentu'cky 15 Kentucky. Burl^y Tobacco plants and.planted them in his garden. "The tobacco plants were planted t. in June (and- are .wo fe^t tell. 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