The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 3
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Pollowtag the ceremeny, a dfe |1<M2 Betty Crockef Search ftf th ner-reception for 125 guests was American Homemakef <tf Tomor th l^r C h lf MM- 81H ww. She achieved - fh<5 highes and Mrs. Martin fridef* score in the examination on homo *?* W fs ; » Norber M making knowledge and attitud. Mrs. Merle Lauben- taken by senior girls'Dec. S. Slu cake> Jucj y Conies eligible now atong will the g" ests , an(1 winners in other state high school , a " d P [ ? na for the title of state were in charge of gifts. Tomorrow. named State An " ls to formedica has « Mrs - Arthur Mrs. Alden McAdahls ri«n «r" i Vlslte ; d by Mr - and Mrs. Glen Wmslow,'Des Moines. Mr-""?!. d ? u | hter of Mr. and Mrs Robert Bonnette, is recovering from.a throat gland infection "*" and Mrs. Marc Moore re* with Mr. a nd Mrs ; Potot er Ht Strawber 7 Mr. and Mrs'. Homer Lindhorst have had as recent guests Mr ' I r — — ™--w *.*i**g^.0p jj pelding and Betty Frideres. Both the bride and the er of Tomorrow is provided a $1,- tended Personnel Training Insti- --—'~*'Q MMLUAUCIY Brownsville, Tex "• Gerald spent Sunday at Mil- - 1 ? 6 brlde g r °om is stationed „ with Mr. and MM* Gordon ^ Uah V th ? ^ nited states Coast Baer. oiaon Guard at Duluth, Minn. After a Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig We . ddin 6 W P to Kenosha.and other * d .*• a* .^s. Larry Manuf P™*J» Wisconsin, the couple had .• • 7--*-* M« AIA.CUI, guests ivir attd Mrs. Chafles Lindhbrst, New onaron. Dinner guests recently of Mr and Mrs, Leo Mergen were James Mergeri," Whittemore, and Mrs Sam Baylor. Mr..and Mrs. H. W. Miller were visited last week by the latter's niece, Judith Kuckenbecker, Owatonna, Minn. Mrs. Nell McCall was brought I A , M «,,,-- home'recently by Mr. and Mrs ' cn James Griffith after her holiday visit with, them at Sioux City Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer went to Britt recently to see Mrs. Meyer's mother, Mrs. Joe Tapper a medical patient at the ' — —««. .uuiij- inanua last:^ urt ' as ; dinnerguests Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Moore have """ transferred from Greene — to Muscatine. Mr. Moore is a former resident of Titonka. winners in an expense-paid educational tour of New York City, Washington, ,D. C., and Colonial Williamsburg, y a . At the latter, the 1962 Ail-American fcfomernaker of Tomorrow will be named; Holko Bnins. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oesterreich er left last Thursday for southern California to spend the rest of th winter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baade have purchased the town property of the late Mrs. Tena Meyer. School in Titonka remained in session all this week, in spite 01 very bad weather and a high per ccntage of students being ill with flu, colds, measles or mumps. New Vehicle Sales Hit 41 .Mr. and Mrs M. E. Clements nave returned from a visit of a month-at. Lawndale, Calif.; with tne latter's sister, Mrs. Gladv<j Schultz. ' .»,.«"»• waays Mrs. Helen with , - — i . f i v/wu * Mrs. Forest Teach- Colleen Barry OfAlgonals WfeclJq^fi Mrs, £ Colleen Barry, Algon.n, daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd LAKOTA By Mrs Stanley Stecker > w> " . •»!»•. •• MUM. UMI a» * n\}y n Wood has recently I ™od. Fort Dodge, and, Vincent A. Mrs. Clara '. Wood, Brenrian, .Emmetsburg, son of the 17*AHKr4i. rn_^ i. Iflf A ' JT TJ 171* AM n m^m ' ...,. u _ .<_ *i _ * out at Garner Blumer at and Mrs.' John , making good re- , n? Very £ cent »«*»? h °, d , S ^ hospita1 ' Des ,, wil1 , ah adlei g h , , ate-J.,-P. Brennans,: were united , m marriage Jan. 6 in St. Cecelia's . . Catholic church here with Msgr. . P. P. Gearen officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Gene there in a . returned St . . McMahon was soloist and Rath — Baas and Rickie and, ,„« Ari«i n i, n •• Merry Carol McGinnis, Walling-1 4$*^*^ .jJMJj 3 taken to Oakdale recently by Bruellman, to see Adolph ford. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrum have returned from St. 'James, Minn., where they had spent'a with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Os- leen Griffin organist. Mrs. William Moses, Emmetsburg, sister of the groom, was matron of honor. Faber Hood, Car----- ~- • » wwv*i AiUUUj V^Cii • roll, brother -of the bride, attended: as best man, ushers were Jay Mrs. A. B. Oakland and Mrs. al ° ng have and Brennan and M. J. Hood and acolytes were Richard and Thomas Barry, sons of the bride. 'A wedding breakfast 'was held following the ceremony at th'e Johnson House here. Mr. Brennan is employed by a firm at Estherville. underwent minor eye surgery Fort Dodge last week.. She is at home and getting along nicely. Mrs. Mary Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover and Mr: and Mrs. Cliff Hoover were recent dinner guests of Mr. and; Mrs. Bob Hoover neai Britt.; ' -: : -' ; .'' '•: : ' ; -- ••':.? , ^i/.-ip., Mr. and Mrs. WilliamDaii plan to leaye lv jan..2p for the Keys, FJa., and will stop in St. Petersburg and at Sarasota they will visit with friends. They will take their house trailer. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ludwig and Rhonda returned this week from Deerfield Beach, Fla., where they had visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Williams. They were also at other points and were gon two weeks. Gene Murtagh and Vic Parson returned Friday from Des Moine where they had attended an insur ance meeting. They stopped in Fort Dodge enroute home and Gene went to see his mother, Mrs Marie Murtagh, at Friendship Ha ven. Pfc. and Mrs. Leland Pearson left Sunday for their home in Killeen, Texas after a week's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Elof Pearson of Wesley. Pfc. Pearson is stationed at Ft. Hood, Tex. Mrs. Clark Orion and Webster recently returned from Cumberland, Mo., where the former had spent a few days with Rev. and Mrs. Knute Orton. Enroute homo the visitors stopped at Pleasantville to visit with Mr. and Mrs Louis Boers and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blaskey. Mr. and Mrs, Dick McGinnis went to Perry Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, who have been in California since before Christmas. At San Pedr they visited with Mr. and Mrs Phil Hargreaves and Mr, and Mrs Don Elbert and they were also in San Francisco. Tom Potter brought his W T and children here Wednesday from 'Mason City for a visit at the par entai homea of Mr, and Mrs. Mur Potter ^nd Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ktckbush. Tom has been attending Junior college, but has now en rolled af Drake University, Des Mo&es, where the • family wil" , Mrs. Gladys Taylor, who is nursing at Charles City. Mrs. Taylor was also with Mr and Mrs. Ronald Taylor;« -. ' Mjss FrifJeresi iif Recent Bride Jeanne Ann Frideres, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Frideres became the bride of James E Gottfredsen, son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Gottfredsen, in a cere mpny Jan. 3 in St. Cecelia's Cath olic church. Msgr. P, P. Gearen officiated and acolytes were Richard Barry and Larry Buscher. Sister Mary Ricardo was organist and Terry Johnson, soloist. The bride's attendants were Jo Ann Erpelding, maid of honor, and Sheila Frideres and Judy Froehlich, bridesmaids. Mike Gottfredsen was best man and Dennis Frideres and Lynn Hansen, groomsmen. Gary Frideres and Walter Turchin seated the guests. The bride wore a white gown of Raschel lace and nylon tulle over bridal satin. It had a fitted bodice, portrait neckline, and long pointed sleeves. The bouffant floor length skirt featured a cascade of alternate lace and tulle tiers in back orming a brush train. Her waist- ength veil of imported net illusion fell from a crown of seeded pearls. Her flowers were a bouquet of red roses and white carna- ions. Sharon Lenertz Wins Twin Contest Honor Sharon Sue Lenertz is winner at Twin Rivers high school in the Thursday evening visitors of the John V. Dorenbush home were and .Mrs: Otto Hertzk'e and and Mrs. Alvin Boettcher.. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gardner and Mrs. Joe Schissel went to Fort Dodge Wednesday to visit Mrs. Gardner's sister, Mrs./Leslie Jensen, who had surgery at Mercy hospital. •Mrs. Harry Mussman returned to Park hospital, at Mason Cih last Tuesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe Sr. Mrs. Lena Swarz and Leonharc Christ were Sunday visitors at the Henry Boettcher home. Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Beemer home were Mr'. and Mrs. Thomas Phelps and family of Minneapolis and Mrs. Beverly Hartwell and family of Thompson. Donald Bulfer was a Friday supper guest at the John Cook home. Jerry McMullen was a Sunday evening guest. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schroeder; Amos Uhr of Swea .City, and Marvin Uhr of Fairmont attended the funeral of a cousin, Orvin Uhr, at Eagle Grove Tuesday. > Darlene Stroebel, who will become the bride of Maurice Blome will be honored with a shower at St. Paul's Lutheran parish hall Jim. 21 at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Jerry Heetland, local TB chairman, reports that $91 was taken in from tte TB sales this year. imQ9CB!B^mQBfflQBS&fiBB!^^flBBiDI^El^B TITONKA Mrs. Mary Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Bruns are parents of a baby girl born Jan. at the Buffalo Center hospital. The little miss weighed five Ibs., 8 ounces and h.as been named Le Ann Kay. This is their first child and the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Watson. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. New car and truck sales totaled 1 in Kossuth county during the past two weeks. Owners of ve- licles registered during the period it the county treasurer's office nclude: Chevrolet — Peterson Furniture, Fenton, pickup; R. G. Fehr, West Bend, pickup; C. I. Anderson, Swea City; A. H. Deitering, Bancroft; Walter Simonsmeier, Ledyard: P. J. Bernhard, Bancroft, pickup; J. R. Schutjer, Titonka; H. W. Linde, Swea City; V. L. McClure, Algona; K. J. or Maxine Mulligan, Bancroft; Palo Alto Imp., Whittemore; L. M. James, Algona. Ford — Fred" Winkelman, Lakota; 0. W. Johnson, Wesley; J. D. or Sherry Schmidt, West Bend; E. L. Gfeskfng, Titonka ; James Reid, Algona; H. A. Salisbury, Burt; J. C. Griese, Lakota; Howard or Betty Stoddard, Lu Verne; H. C. Larsen, Armstrong; R. H. Siemens, Lakota'. Olds — D. H. Arndorfer, Bancroft; L. T. Root, Wesley; Dau's Garage, Algona; L. M. Arndorfer, Bancroft; Ted or Bina Van HOve, Titonka. Mercury — Harvey Rath, Algona; H. L. or Marina Walsh, Bancroft; M. W. Olsen, Elmore; Victor Seely, Algona. Chrysler — L. L. Ludwig, Corwith. Rambler — F. F. Fett, LuVerne; S. L. Robinson, Bancroft; Glen or Lillian Braynard, LuVerne; Fred and Elva Boettcher, Fenton; Allie Foertsch, Wesley. Pontiac — Erwin Link, Swea City. Studebakcr — Schultz Bros., Al Tuesday, January, 16, 1962 Algona (to.) Upper Oet Mdfnif-§ of volunteers during Heart Month in February. Climax of«the drive will be Heart Sunday, Feb. 25. ENERGETIC Eighty-nine year old Dr. Clyde Kern of Bettendorf likes to blow a hot trumpet, dances up a storm every Saturday night and is en* gaged in full-time chiropractic practice. He recites entire scenes from Shakespeare, devours news magazines and reads detective stories. Dr. Kern insists that age is "nothing but attitude". UDM c;a«slfieda Pay Dividends Bulck — K. J. or Mary Smith, Burt; Francis Pfeffer, Wesley. Mrs. Young Heads Heart Drive Mrs. L. S. Young, Algona, has been named 1962 Heart Fund chairman for Kossuth county, it was announced today by Virgil M. Kleespies, state campaign chairman. Mrs. Young will direct and coordinate the work of hundreds SETTING UP AN OFFICE at HOME? See Us For RIGHT PRICES on DESKS, CHAIRS, FILES, SAFES BUSINESS MACHINES UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA JANUARY COME SHARE IN MORE DISCOUNT SAVINGS AT GRAHAMS! BARGAINS GALORE FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS. COME TO OUR MEETING ATTENTION! ALL VETERANS OF WORLD WAR 1, U. S. A. THEIR WIVES AND WIDOWS. You are invited to attend the pot-luck supper and meeting to be leld nt the American Legion Hall in Algona on Wednesday evening at 6:30 P.M., January 17th, 1962. — Please bring a covered dish and your own table services. Coffee will be furnished. The Tall Com Barracks No. 688 and their Auxiliary will each hold heir separate meetings and then meet together. A special and interest- ng program will be given. Only thru united efforts can our Veteran's nterests be properly presented and maintained. 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