The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1961
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Miss Thilges Wed Here Elizabeth Jean Thilges, daughter of,Mr and Mrs Herman fhilges, Algona^ and Robert RoekWood, son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Rockwood, Wesley, were married Nov. 18 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Msgr. P. P: .Geareri officiated and the couple are no\v living in Algona. A complete wedding story appeared in the Nov. 30 issue of the UDM. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Erjgraving) Bob Sigsbee entered St. Ann hospital Saturday for gurgery. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Hobson. at Fort Dodge. , Mr. and Mrs. Russ Buchanan are in Des 'Moines where Mr. Buchanan is a 11 e n d i n g tax school. ....,':. Mrs. Adolph Bruellman of West Bend began work fhis week as housekeeper-companion for Mrs. L. A. Copp. •, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ashland are the parents .of a 7 pound, ,4 ounce'daughter born Nov. 30. at St. Anil hospital. ;' ' Mrs. Leon Martin has been elected Mother-of-the-Month for December by the members of the Thursday Nile Youth Club. The staff 'of Rebekah lodge had its Christmas party Tuesday evening, a dinner at Van's Cafe. Mrs. Louis Lynk is president. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hane- vick and Norman, Jr. of St. Paul wer,e recent weekend guests at the parental Milo Rentz hpme. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fandel and Lyla and Ann and Ralph Fandel of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with relatives here and at Whittemore. . . Mr. and Mrs. William Wegener of Clinton spent Sunday and Monday here with Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and other Kossuth county relatives. Alex Nielsen is a patient in a Des Moines hospital. His son, Dr. Glen Nielsen, Des Moines, came for him over the weekend and is supervising his care. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson will be hostess to Circle A of the Pres-. byterian church at a Christmas party Thursday afternoon, Dec. 14. Mrs. Edna Mitchell is circle chairman. . Methodist Men's club will have a dinner meeting Tuesday evening at the church. A short pro-, gram and business meeting are planned. Dean Taylor is club president. • . • / . : , —o— Mr. and''Mrs. La Verne Anderson have named . their new daughter Karmen Joy. She was born Nov. 18 at St. Ann hospital. Mr. Anderson is, associated with National Farm Loans Co. here. United Presbyterian Women are having their-general meeting today (Thursday) on the usual date for circle meetings. Circle C, Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause, chairman, is in charge of the program and Mrs. A. J. Huenhold will give devotions. '. Mr. and Mrs. Dara Mendenhall are expected, to arrive Sunday from Laramee, Wyoming for' a visit with Algona friends. They will be house guests of Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Mrs. Mendenhall is the former Lela Stewart. Lucille Black, former Algona resident, returned to San Antonio, Texas', Sunday after a two week visit • here with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black and Mr. and Mrs. George Kain. She is employed as administrative assistant at Lackland Air Force Base. Xi Xi, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, met Tuesday evening at the home of Marvel Sherman. Programs were given by .Helen Shlievert and Pat Metzen. The group will join Alpha Psi and Zeta Xi chapters for a Christmas party Dec. 19, a d!n< ner at Van's Cafe, Eight Specs eafd' dub had '.their Cnristmfis '. party Mon'day". eyening. Dinner at" the Johnson Hbuse Was followed by edr'ds at the home of Mrs. John Duttc-n. Prizes, were received by Mrs. Mabel Lee, Mrs. Miltort Dahl and Mrs. Elizabeth Post. WSCS of the Methodist church is having, its, 'general, luncheon meeting, tftday (Thursday). I Mrs Don Nelson, and Mrs. G. R. Cook are chairmen of the serving circle and the program/will be given by Mrs. \Ves Bartlett. Mrs, Vaughn Rising will give devotions. ' . .,.'., , Mr, and Mrs. George Kain and J. C, have returned from Den- .ver, Colo* where' they Visited their .daughter, Maribel, who teaches there : They also visited Mrs. Bernice Lee' former Algon- ah who is,, now employed in the administrative department of thi.- Denver schools. ) Craig, little.son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard ,Wohlers, suffered a broken collarbone in a car accident at. Estherville Thdnksgiv-: ing day; He was, riding with hi.« grandfather and his young .uncle also was' injured.. Craig is reco'v- ing 'nicely and celebrated his third birthday Monday. —o— Bel Canto music club-will have, a Christmas tea Wednesday, Dec. 13, at the home of Mrs. Joe Bradley. Each member -will bring a guest. The .. social committee, composed of :Ruth Leaneagh.i Irene Jensen, Ida Kelley, Vera Graham, Alice Weber s Sara Welp,' Leota Geigel, Beverly Mawdsley, Flora Mock and Christine McCullough and the entertainment committee, composed of Opal Bourne, Cecelia Sullivan, Fran McMahon, Ruth Shierk, Claris Kresensky, Dixie Isaacson, Lilliace Sefrit and Judy v Thoreson are in charge. ' •'' fekofci, Weds f Gerald Lunn ; \ *-., Lakoia — Roberta • Sue Addy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Addy, and 'Gerald Walter Ltinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lumi, were fharrfed at St. Paul's Lutheran church Nov. 26. ftev. LaVerne, R. Mienecke performed the double ring service at 2:30 p.m. Darrell Claubaugh was- organist and WSllace -Christ sang* Attendants to the bride were Suzanne Baum, maid of honor, Mariam Lunn. ond Janet Sherbring, bridesmaids. Jeanne Christ was flower girl. Hingbearer was 1 Kevin Krominga, and Eddie Lunn was candlelighter. The bride<was beajutiful In a dress of white Chantflly: lacs and tulle over ruffled ne,t skirt. The scalloped neckline was covered with irridescent sequins and tiny seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and white mums. The groom's attendants were Dennis Oakes, James Senefelder and Roger Brack. .A reception was held, in the church parlor following the ceremony for 250 guests. Mrs. Glenn Mabus was dining room hostess. Mrs. Paul Christ and Mrs. Benny Soma, 'served the punch. Aiiiss • Christ had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Walter' Christ and ,Mrs. Roger Krominga cut the cake, Mrs. Will .'Mabus and Mrs, Fred Erickson poured. Table waitresses were DeAnne Nelson, Mavis Buss, Rose Mary Christ, Jane Stc-me and Carol Krtetlow, The gifts were taken care of by Mrs. James Senefelder, Mrs. Dennis Oakes and , Bette De* Waard, Wesley. ' : The bride and groom are both graduates of Lakota high school and have been employed in Des Moines. They will reside fit Memphis, Tenn. Thursday, Deeember 7, 1961 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Whittemore By Art Heldenwifh Mrs. Herman Voigt was released from St. Ann hospital Wednesday of last week. She had been a medical patiexit. David vPqtratz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, was released from St. Ann hospital Fri- day, after he had re-enjercd the : hospital last Sunday due to an Infection following surgery. Glenn Elberl was released from St. Ann hospital Monday after undergoing surgery a week earlier. The Jolly 500 Club entertained their husbands at a card party at the Erwin Gerber home SUnday evening. Earl Sheppard and Mrs. James Besch won high prize; Martin Duffy and Mrs. Lucy Besch won second high prize, Paul Ludwig arid Mrs. Mike Mergen won low. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kuecker were guests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith attended the annual Christmas party of the state highway men of Kossuth county held in the VFW hall in Swea City Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Forden ami Rahdy of Algona .were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber. A/3c Maurice Fickbohm. son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fickbohm Sr. of Whittemore, is Spending his leave here with his parents and . other relatives. He is stationed at Topeka, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ricke 01 Bancroft visited in the StuHer home Sunday. Governor Winsfow imported the first cows in the United States in 1624. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing' equipment and supplies, at thi Upper Des Moines'Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. , . SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls \ at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, -DON'T WAIt- BE SURE TO ORDER RECORDS & ALBUMS IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS! KOSSUTH RADIO And RECORDS Don't Neglect A COLD And Let It Spoil Your Christmas! IF ROUTINE COLD REMEDIES DO NO GOOD AND THE COLD CONTINUES TO HANG ON, SEE YOUR DOCTOR , THIN SEE US ! \ FOR Immediate Prescription Service HUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 Eq*t State nq to own £• perfect to give In 4 Exciting Price Groups! GROUP 1 - UNDER $20 Tea Wagons Foot Stools and Leg Loungers Nursery Furniture of all kinds Pillows of all sizes ' Ironing Boards Step Stools and Tables Card Tables and Chairs Lamps of all Kinds Wall and Door Mirrors Planters and Plaques GROUP 2 - $20 T0150 Beauty Rest Mattresses Samsonite Luggage Vacuum Cleaners Sewing Machines Lamps of all Kinds Chairs and Rockers File Cabinets Telephone Benches Chests and Dressers Chrome Dinette Sets Cedar Chests Student Desks GROUP 3 - $50 TO $100 Sewing Machines Bedroom Sets Buffets and Chinas Hide-a-beds Recliner Chairs Studios Hollywood Beds Bunk Beds Twin Beds Dinette Sets Living Room Desks GROUP 4 - OVER $100 Sofas Buffets Living Room Suites Dining Room Sets Hide-a-beds with Chairs Bumper Sofas Wall to Wall Carpeting Drop-Leaf Tables & Hutches Davenport Sectionals Bed Room Sets Complete rooms of Furniture BJUSTROM FURNIT

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