The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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HftfoftiHrto AtfJwfe- '" J v;\,« „ J ,"f,e,' . ( ^ * r- T*. ' (te.) UPP»> P»« MalHMThur^day, November 30, 1961 Wed Nov. — Darlene Dornbier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier, and George Tu- cha, son of John Tucha and the laje Mrs. Tucha of Duncan, wen married Wednesday morning, Npv. 22, at 9:30 in St. Josephs Catholic church. Father Phillips performed the double ring cere- mpny. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride's • attendants were Maxine and Marcella Dornbier, Afarjorie Becker and Marie Tu- cha. ,The bridegroom was attended by Leo Formanek, Raymond Brcka, Gary Hejlick and Eugene Dprnbier. Anita Dornbier was flower girl and Marvin Vavrik was ringbearer. «The bride's gown was Of Chantilly lace over a foundation of nylon net and a taffeta basque bodice fashioned' with' r a Bateau ntckline Of lace scallops sprinkled with sequins, long ^sleeves ending in a bridal • point '-^t the wrist. The very bouffant' skirt was designed with a circular front panel, two french' poofs ornamented either side of tne back panel, skirt swept back into a -rounded cathedral train. The edge of skirt and train of lace scalloped ornamented .with irre- descent '•.• sequins. . She :wore a cloud .veil of. imported EngUsa bridal '.illusion and was attached to a dotible coronet of pearls and crystals. She carried yellow ana white mums. The bride is a 1959 graduate Of Corwith- Wesley community schools and has been employed at the Lickteig drug -store. Her husband graduated from the. Garner school in 1958. . ' '-. •. Dinner and reception were held in the K,C. hall at Algona,, Thiiy treated- their; -njanyj frienctb; and relative^' & a 'dance at Dun-!-• * • • ' -'..".-'' i • - ' ;- caft. They will llvfe near Duncan on a farm. Has Heart Attack Irwih Martin of the U. S. Na> •val Station' at San Diego, Cal. and 1 Lotils Martin of the naval School at Jacksonville, Fla. came, Friday, called by the serious illness 'of their, father, Reese Martin, who suffered a heart attack e^rly Thanksgiving morning. He Was taken to'the Britt hospital where he is recuperating satisfactorily. He Is the local barber. His father, Ed Martin, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs, John Martin of Keosauqua, came Friday to see him and stayed till Sunday morning. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Beckei and her mother, Mrs. Josie Gouge, went to Garner Saturday where they attended the wedding of Linda Fisher and John Hum-, phrey. They attended the reception in the church parlors following the wedding. Thanksgiving guests in the Bilj Koppen home were her father, A. ^J. Reuger and Mary Lee of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lickteig and children of Algonm Saturday evening dinner guests in the Koppen home were Mrsi Koppen s aunts Sistec Mary Annette ot Bancroft, Sister Mary Harriet of Garner; A. J. Reuger and Mary Lee,of Bancroft ' 'The American" Legion Auxilf iary will meet Ueb: 7 .for the anf nual Christmas party. .A^pot luck supper at 6:30, each member td bring a 50 cent gift for the Glenwood State School! , • t ; ., * > Mr. ap MrsUJerrj> Lickterg ot Springfield, fit and ifar.' ; and tAra. Fi-arik Ha'ideM 'and ? children of Dubuque were weekend guests In the .'parental John Lickteig home. : ! ,• Thanksgiving guests in the DrJ ''Robert Jongewaard home were his parents^ Dr. and jMrs; A.- 'J.'•' *Jongewaard ! 'and ' their; granddaughter, Sue .F.arr ; of '.Jefferson 'a'nd^ Rev. arid ; Mrs; 'Percy Carlsson. Dr. and Mrs. Robert JongeWaaf d itbok tthlir !rjilffe) Ste Fnhf back; Hp RefferJorr Suhd4j|...| Df.; 'and i Mrsl -Caul's Warner| JinUrty and Debbie 6f Minneapolis,, formerly of Wesley, Mr. and MM. Will Wall and Marvin and Mr.,*and.Mrs. Douglas Wall and Linda of Comfrey, Minn, and Diane DlscMr of Des Mbines Were Thahksfeiving guests in the A. L. Dlschftf home. ; ~ t \ Saturday 'eve gue&Kia the Luther Nygaard home were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith and ,Mrs. LiiiiS Nygaard of ! LmrJhore; Mr. and Mrs. Berdiiie Nygaard of Bode; Mr.'and Afas. Hay Nygaard of Humboldt; (Sunder Bieber of Cedar Falls and Mr; and Mrs. Charles Nygaard oi?'Westey. The occasion honored Marva, Nygaard who recently returned from a tour of 7 European countries with a group of college students. She showed pictures of the tour. .Methodist Youth group will meet Dec. 3 in the George Detmering .home with Vicki Detmering in charge of devotions. Cheryl Jones and 'Joe Fo± will have charge of the lesson; Sunday guests in' the parental Herman Wise home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Larson and daughter of Forest City, Gloria Wise ot Jesup . and Ruth Wise of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hayes and family iof_ .Waterloo \. sp^nt the'' weekend 'iri the 'parental 'John Richter home. • , .The George Rickes had as their Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Arden ;Hoveland and, fam-- il#*of Minneapolis, Mr.' and Mrs. Arnold Stufflick and family of Kanawha, the Richard and Dean Ricke families and the Mike Vitzthum family. > The j i Hovelands went home' Saturday. 'Roger Flom of Ames spent Thanksgiving at his parental Er- li£g Flom home. Saturday he went to Lytton to be an attend- antf at the wedding of a former roommate. tRoger Flom and Daniel Skow left; Nov. 28 for Ames .to, start the; winter -quarter at I.S.U. .:••.• Other Wesleyans 1 who spent the holiday .vacation at home here; included; Joydei Paulson i of Simpson College, Iindianola; Ruth W'se of Broadlawns in Des Moines; Gloria Wise of Jesup; PJenda Gabrielsdni! of Cedar ••Fills;!,tRuthi-j. Anhi {Nfels£n.]ajid Mary Jane; Bluml ; of .Briarcutf, ^j^^sff^f^^-ff^^^r^J^ Sioux City; Paflt and $® ter" and Danny Atflddrl&*of»S,1 1., .Iowa City; Doitna. Mae JBl of Cedar Falls; -Janice *"* meier, Ames; Bob Rich Cowling, Des Moines and Goetz, Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Nellie McDougali daughter :MrsrJearrJacki rived from Chicago-Nov. spend the Thanksgiving end with ..their- daughter sister, Mrs. -Wilhelntina Ml and children. * Mfs. ' McDo; will celebrate her 91st b: Nov. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Harle, Linda and Richard Thursday, Nov. 23 in- the helmina Hughes home. Mrs. sie Larson and Mrs. Lenore Attend coltefe and Mrs. Dafrel HOU! and Danny, Lone Rock, anksgiving suppef - guej ( M&rtenson hbrtie. $Yi$- and Mr. family. ' dnd BalTDBrflj 1 * *w*^*«w|»«;»« •«~r"- end gifests'of Mf^ttd' Mrs. Ik _ M , K. Johnson. Uamson of Kanawha .were -Frt^J,, M,, wd Mr*. Sam VSfarne* wer* afternoon guests in the Hughet" Thanksgiving diririer i guests ,in home. Mrs. Jean Camp and Ml*'. Lattie tiartzell of Britt .visited iff the Hughes home, Sunday. Betty*Huglin of Thompson Wfis 'a Sunday guest in the Albert; Lickteig home. ', • , "•••'. m Fenton New! Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs 1 ; Eugene Huskamp on Thanksgiy^ ing day were Mrs. Carrie Voigty Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Adriarf Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald .Schmidt and family, IrvingtOh.? Mrs. Wilbur Gray, Lebanon,} Oregon, visited recently with her sister and husband the George; M. Jorgensbns. v' Thanksgiving dinner guests In the Lloyd Kern home wer^'Mr^ and Mrs. ' Art Mueller, '-'Mi" Amanda Kern, Mr. and Mrs> Clarence Yager and family. ;> Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Husked Davenport, and Mr. and Mi, Paul Eigler and Judy were Frill day 'evening dinner guests .ot Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes in Humboldt. ,., ,, .,' ; ., S; /H . Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer "anU family and Mr. and Mrs. Emll iBierstedt .were . Thanksgiving: supper guests in the Fred Meyer^' •home in, Algona. ;' f^ ' Ronald Mortenson, Bryan Mor-s tenson and their friend Faramarz; Masr of Iran, spent the Thanks-' Mrs. : w ere jSu! . WsMrs. ,_, ilfiMf*^; and DltlWdfth. d fielkftap the Martin Ohm Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm vis. ited Friday evening With Mr. and Mrs. Donald" Radig. 1 Airman 2/c and Mrs 1 . James Oowans, Hampton,' Virginia, are {he parents of a 7 pound 4 ounce 'baby girl barn Thanksgiving day. ;The little miss has been named 'Elizabeth Kathryn. Her grarid- parents are Mr, and Mrs. Walter Peril, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cowans', and Adolph, Pertl is a great grandfather. Mrs. Gowans is the former Bonnie, Pertl. Thanksgiving dinner gutisis in the Walter, Pertl home were" Mr. ahd Mrs. Lawrence Pertl, Whit- ,'temore and Jim Pertl, Red .Cloud, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki 'and Dennis were Thursday and Friday guests. in the home of Mrs. Earl Stucki and Mrs. James McCadden in Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite and Tammy, Manhattan, .Kansas, spent the Thanksgiving weekend in the parental John Waite home. Mrs. Helen Widdel accompanied the Merwin Widdel family as Thanksgiving guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Steinblock in Mason City. Mrs. Sfeinblock is the former Linda Widdel. 'Gary 'Widdel, Kansas City, spent the weekend with his parents the Duane Widdels. Mrs. Dagmai Newel, Algona, visited over the" Thanksgiving weekend with the Arnold Hansen family. Cedar Falls, were Thanksgiving and weekend guests of Mrs. Frank and 'the Donald 1 Shaw waft aftd fairly, - ahd sort David wtd ;Cft^^^t^r^^ft' 5 t^^?^^ ? ^ $ ^« "*:' . . i. . . . * 'I ad Mts/ LyfidM 'Kfrbm aftd ' '' Mrs. Austlh,- MlM, a QMdfb Murphy antf family ingside- .Cdflegc, In Mr*' and Mrs. Lloyd Barklana and family, "Mr. ', and' Mrs. Don Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl /Berkland and, family Were Thanksgiving dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs.; Truman Thompson. \, ; ;. -, I' • /t ', Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Ervin Borchardt home were MA, firid,',Mrs. J6hn Kerber, Fair- mdnt, Mr. ahd :>Mrs., Dick Borchardt and Mf^and^'Mre., Kenj; rteth -Neilzel' and- t LuAjihf; fort Dodge. ., Aft^taqont 'caller's 5 Were Mr. and-Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and family. mart' entertained^' %ifl6sgrviflg stippef guests. Prtsejn - w^e Mf! and Mrs. Martin Hanlelittan, Mf. ' i >V »' *iij""ti« •* t "' ' ifc^L.V* T*" 1 *'V *. 1^5™* arid'Mrs. fid'Bruhh, MK'and MfiT Merle Voigt find fam and Mrs: , Burnett ^'ji _.. T _ ll''dinner guests of Mrs. Ma.ry. C.'Hansen were Mrs. Florence*, .Saxtdn. and Marquis. Mrs.-Darlene "Barber and Dianne of>fort .Dodge Were afternoon callers..- Mr.' and* Mrs. Eugene Goetsch'and family of Clear Lakt were afternoon callers and' supper ' guests. Goetsch is a grand- Son of> Mrs. Hansen. •» , ,Mri. Leslie?'" Denlori 'and sons formefly of Armstrdng 1 are' pi living in the duplex at Mrs. Mary C. Hansens. The'-Dentons''moved in Sunday, Nov. 19. Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Charles'Fey e hbrhe Were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegeher' Mr. and Mrs. H$rold Feye fdrid family, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs.'HarpJd Wich- the Thanksgiving dinner gue«i« •"t-'S MOINES ! Upper Des 'Moines I r-rlrr,*' -;'!»/ < Publishing Co. II .: ' ' > * S 111 E. Call'Sf. A16ONA 9x*mxtmkfti>arila* STRONG! ^liyf .'< , '-4 « OF NEW IT IS THE SALE THE WHOLE COUNTRY IS TALKING ABOUT. NEVER ANYTHING LIKE IT BEFORE^. . .BARGAINS I BARGATNST^BARGAINST" FOLLOW THE CROWDS. GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE BARGAINS WHILE THEY LAST. THE MERCHANDISE IS REALLY GOING OUT FAST, BUT THERE IS STILL PLENTY TO SELECT FROM. BUT DON'T WAIT . . IT WON'T LAST LONG. REMEMBER EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE MUST BE SOLD TO THE BARE WALLS. BUY AT THIS SALE AND REALLY SAVE. ONLY AT A QUITTING BUSINESS SALE CAN YOU GET SUCH BARGAINS. ^ COME IN TODAY. NEW BARGAINS WILL APPEAR DAILY SO BE HERE AND GET 'EM. BOLTS Farmers! Now Is The Time To Buy Bolts. Regular 75c Lb. OUT THEY GO 35 C LB. PAINT Needing Paint? We still Have a Good Selection . . . Now Going At Price DOES ANYONE NEED A GOOD NEW GAS KITCHEN RANGE GAS or OIL SPACE HEATER ? STOP & SEE US - SAVE MONEY ALL REVERE WARE ~ Going at prices beyond your wildest ex* pectations. Take your pick! AND MANY, MANY OTHER ITEM S - MANY ARE XMAS ITEMS CULLEN HARDWARE QUITTING BUSINESS SALE - AIGQNA, IOWA Phone,CY 4-3535 .J 3=== •-• =t= ••• == •.• = Pima cotton broadcloth Easy - care pima cotton with short point fused broaclcloth witty snap-tab »!lar, barrel cuffs. Spark- collar, convertible cuffs .ing white. Sanforized. . . . tailoring extras. $3.25 $3.25 GIVE HIM LUXURY PIMA COTTON BROADCLOTH . . .it's so easy to care for ! Lustrous, long-wearing, smooth .... he'll go for the Towncraft with extras , , . soft, short point collar, permanent stays, convertible cuffs. Wash 'n wear, little or no ironing. Sanforized, too I Men's sizes 14 to 17 (31 to 36). ,, Give the shirt you can count on to please every man from Maine to California. C TT I ( rs ^\ v. v / \ (r 1 ,o Q Eaf&r-cpa 'Ban Rive; cotton «di£ and plaids tailored with regular collar, permanent stays. Qplors! convenient* twyto enj . more of , pti wttietl

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