The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 4
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14, 1961 tbf •« * if - - ! '/**« i tii I Ves/ey Gin Weds .— rv J , t . . . , Dariene Doniier and'George Tucha were iia«fe<!j*ednesday, Nov.' 22, in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley, pisff Dornbier is a daughter of Mr and Mrc'darikc*lDonibier, Wesley, and Mr Tucha is a son of John Tucha of Duncan. Father Phillips performed the double ring ceremony. • •. • • •» . - ^ «« 1 «. . - • ••>-••• '•••._ ••«••*•• --••-•• Following thex wedding'tap, they, are living on a farm near Duncan. A complete wedding story ipplared in the Nov. 30 issue of the Upper Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) ' Heart Attiik Husband A prominent Staten Island, N. Y. doctor, husband of an Algona girl, succumbed to a sudden heart attack, Friday, Dec.' 1, in his sleep at his home in Staten Island. * He was Dr. Robert E. Lucey, 45, whose wife is Ihe formei Mary Elizabeth Godden, daughter of Harry Godden of Algona.. Dr. liucey maintained a practice in association With his two, brothers. The father of the three sons was also a doctor, the late Dr. John D. Lucey, president of the medical board of St Vincent's hospital on Staten Island, for 18 years. l •' Dr. Lucey was a graduate of Yale University, received his medical degree at Columbia University, and interned at St. Vincent's^ He was an army captain to the ^medical corps, serving with] the- Air; Force in both Alas- Jca and* Europe. Surviving besides' his wife, Mary Elizabeth, are three daughters, the Misses'Mary Elizabeth, •jDenise and, Kathy,; and; two sons, Rbbert and Timothy, US' mother, Mrs* Augusta V. Lucey, his two ^brothers, Dr. John K. and Dr: Edward D. Lucey, and a sister, Mrs. John R. Daly, all in the east Services werje heldjdt' S£ S$- vester's R.Cl; .church, • Concord, with burial *hi' : St. Mary's 'cemetery, Gfasinere. '.-' J ,iSrs., /Lucey .and four of her five 'children are for the time being in Algona with "her. father, Mr. Godden. The eldest daughtei is attending school in the east. Fatal To Alg0ft|ffirl Dr. Lucey aWlpfrly* had vis ited here a* inuifipef'iof tithes, over the years. Ifis? death 'camt without warningjiOiW had been no indication CpfprevwUs heart trouble. • *".',«' Mishap Victim IsSisterOT Portland Portland — Afea 'friendllv sorry to *l6arn of the death of Mrs". Virgil ,.-, -,,of Lime Springs, a sister df Mrs? Lloyd Bartlett. She collidect with"' a school bus Tuesday mopUngV Dec. 5, and was killed instantly The funeral was held T/h'urSday. af^ernodn at Lime , Springs' *ah(|' the body was taken to IpWa Falls' for burial, where seiVices' ^fer| also held. -The Lewis' had one child, a boy, 16 years old.' Mrs. Bartlett spent from Tues& day morning till Thursday *nlg)i| in the Virgil Lewis home at'LiSle Springs. " • ' '• "• Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rush of Lyle, Minn, were guests in the Lloyd Bartlett home Friday nighfarict Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear are parents of a' baby b'ojj bj)rn Fn- Having Man or 1 i. Woman Trouble? '•-,<{ r - : = ••:- •>-. : ;i . •:' \ ..-,':;'.• . • You can easily solve it b»y I selecting their gift from . . . THUENTES Our selection of gift ideas has never been greater. Whether you wish to pay $5 or $1.25, we have gifts sure to please. NG YOUR GIFT LIST HERE © Everything in Cosmetics - Perfumes — Cameras — Candies 9 TIPS FOR SMART SANTAS © Gift Stationery ® Dresser Sets © Manicure Sets O Ronson Lighters Leather Billfolds Whitman's Candies Prayer Books Rosaries Comb & Brush Sets O Religious Articles 0 Cosmetics by — -TILFORD -MAX FACTOR -DUBARRY -CIRO -LITHE IADY -LENTHERIC -SHUITONS -AR-EX © For Baby — -RUBBER TOYS Q Fountain Pen Sets -SHAEFFER Camera Gifts — -CAMERAS -PROJECTORS -BROWNIE SETS -SCREENS -FILMS & FLASHBULBS -PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Men's Cosmetics — -KING'S MEN, -SPORTSMANS -OLP SPICE -MENNENS -SEAFORTH WORLD FRESH, FRi§H< FRiSH WHITMAN'S CANDIES Thuente Phcirrnacy Coming to the Algona Theatre Friday thru Monday! 'Based 6n intf besl'-seU, Patricia Ne4, fiuddy. Ebsen' aj icey, ooneyi .i ecn- color cojnedyrom'ajnce' w*U '.appear-Filday > through Monday ai Ihe AJgona Theatre. ,?.,'< ' -\ • 1 ' day night in^the Britt* H s*tfhe baby weighed seven pounds a'nd has beeii -named Wayne Kefth.' v * t ^ Mr, and Mrs., Rollo Moore ana children were, Thursday everting visitors in the Bernard and Chas. Plielps home. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen and Debra w'ere Friday supper- guests in the home of Mrk Elvira Christensen, Algona. Mr. : and Mrs. Johnny Harms, Debbie 'arid Dixie were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 'Redenius, TitbnkaY : To correct an : error in last week's news, .Mr. and Mrs. Rayt mond Carlson celebrated their fourteenth wedding anniversary', instead of the twenty-fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean near Wesley, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Honken 01 Clear Lake were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse. *"Mr. arid Mrs. 'Billy Christerisen and Debra were Sunday visitors and supper guests in the Harvey iFinley home, Algona. .; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and Leroy' were , Sunday supper guests in the Victory Fitch hdme." Mr. and Mrs.' yictor Fitch arid Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms and family/ Arlh'ur Hix, Sharon and David were Sunday visitors in the George Hix home. ;, ' "Doing nothing is the' most .tiresome job in- the world,.-because you can't stop and rest." ,/VlcGuire Family , Reunion Held At Bancroft Bancroft — The McGuire family reunion was held-with a pot luck dinner Sunday evening at the Legion club room with over 100 present. The children of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. F. McGuire were present, all. living in Kossuth cpunty. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Doocy, Ledyard, Mr, and Mrs. Bernard McGuire and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McGuire, the Laurence Bergman family, Richard Menke farnUy, Chas. McGuire family, Clctus Dorr family, Kenneth McGuire, the Clarence McGuire family, Harry Farrow, Bancroft. Jerry McGuire, San Diego, Cal., Dr. and Mrs. Tom Lensing and family, Whittemore, A Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fox, Bide Earth, JDen- nis Doocy. family,' Dakota, City, Ves Kockler .family, Swea City, Carlyle Engleby and Vincent Engleby' family, Elm^e* Dolores Do.ocy, Ledyard, Janidej Dick and Mike McGuire, Nancy Boeckholt, Titonka,' and * Dennis McCliesh, iBancrof t. - ' r j' * Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St, , John's Catholic chxu-ch for James Kennedy, son of-jMr. and Mrs. A, ,W. Kennedy, arid Ell| |McDonald, daughter of Mr.J and Mrs. John McDonald,' iiedy^r^L Mr., Kennedy is employed as cashier in the Farmers 'arid Traders' Bank.- Miss McDonald is 'teaching at Humboldt." •,,'''''•• ' « Garf ield 4-H ! i 1 ; Hustlers Meet • .The Garfifild -Hustlers .met; at Art' Mogler*s on Dec. 4 for the annual Christmas 'party. The meeting was called to order by Galen .Mpfager ; who* Had Jack Sch|nidt lead the (pledge? to ttie Americarf Flag. -' , f » \ James Zaugg reported on the junior leadership meeting. • Galen Metzger wa« eleqta^ ;as candidate for 'king, for thej 4-H fun night. } ' H James Jiaugg, recreation! chairman, entertained .with ..garn.es. .and prizes. Gifts were passed out arid th* piegtog .canie, to a ,clos^ w.ith the-4-fi pledge ''• led ' by Jariies Zaugg. Lunch was served by.,the hostesses, Mrs. Sam. Mogler arid Mrs.-Fred Traub. ; . .- : r-j —. '' S . l l Cream rises to the surface of milk because cream is composed of particles of oil and fat that are lighter than water and other components of milk. Thursday — Merchants Free Show "The Canadians" l:55-3:4Ej- 5:35-7:25-9:20. .: Friday, - Saturday, -'Monday: "Breakfast At Tiffany's '7:20-9:35. Sunday 1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 - 7:45 • 10:00. Saturday matinee at 1:30 "Tarzan The Magnificent" and 6 Color Cartoons. Tuesday and Wednesday "Claudelle Inglish" 7:30-9:40. ' tt ^;,^" xj */('• • Harrison s For For All The Jewelry-Loving Ladias on Your Gift List! • U ,, \_ 'Gift Treasures' ''At Special Price I Frivolous bracelcls, flatlering ' necklace^ igorgecus sparkling • edir*' rings.* glittering > pins I Fiery rhinesionas, metallic charmers, Aurora Borealis crystals I Give Smart Jewelry from Harrison's 1 (Plus' fed. lax). • i . • Hot Gift, , SPECIAL! ' Is! ITJ UJ ' . In Fancy Lined GIFT BOXES 1 [ Glitter Jewelry $1,00 $1,98 O m i^'ii QJ s s-$ . * 2 -= C » q .t j C 4/i * O 'Jt » " E O •>< -K > & ML > Si 2 Loyely sparkling necklaces with matching 'ear rings .... just what a lady wants and, each set in handsome satin- lined gift box with acetate cover. (Plus fed, tax). Kiddies Jewielry To $1.00 Large selection and all in fancy gift boxes I Charms, bracelets, pendants. 'What little girls want [ift!rtiiBrS!Src$^^ i LUSTROUS PEARL NECKLACES —_ 2 for $1.00 a^^t^c^a^a^c?ft«!»r<s^c^s^t^a^<^B^ . , .,_t_,...__i ., • v -•;.,•'"" iiifi Win 'Mn ttlm Give Her . . . Pcinsetlias, of course, are al- ways the perfect gift choice for the one* you love the most You always say it better with flowers from the Algona Greenhouses. Worried about shopping? It's so simple when you send flowers. .Bring your Chopping worries to us. With our selection of g(fts, plants, Christmas planters and beautiful handmade centerpieces and wreaths, yoy're bourtd to make just the right selection for the people on your list, We'll deliver on the clay you specify. How could it be easier? And remember, distance is no object , , , we wire flowers everywhere as we are a member of Florists Tilfgrcjph Oelivery ferylce, f RED ROSES t CARNATIONS ARRANGEMENTS t f MUMS & PQIVl POMS • MISTLETOE * HOLIDAY • MISTLETOE f HEATHER PINTERS t ' t BEQQNIA PIANT5 FOR A FESTIVf H$UDAY SETTING - SAY AU YOUR MERRY CHRISTMASES WITH CHRISTMAS FLOW^S, "HUENHQID'S FINE FLOWERS" ALGONA GREENHOUSES - •- ". .. . , - :CY-

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