The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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January 16, 1962 Htfi, Honor Torines At Bancroft; Wed 50 Years — Mr. and ,.„„. . „„, — ;•-.--' honored on their Gol wedding Sunday, Jan. 7, with •ft'Jl iSS at the Baptist chuh!h Their children and friends put on twe . Program and reception. .Mr. and Mrs. Torine were married in Algona Jan. 2, 1910. They are parents, of five children, Mrs frS * Na4gel > j*«*«™. Minn., Francis Torine, Swea City, Mrs. John Guy,'Defter, Minn., Mrs Fred Hudsdn,' Omaha, and Petty 6 °>'Calif- They have 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. They haWs made 1 .Bancroft' their home -for 35 years and both at-j tend .the .Baptist church. Sfidwer Hoft&ree , . , ; A shower honoring Mary Williamson was held Sunday afternoon in St.,John's Cathblic church. Miss . Williamson, who , .received Many 'gifts,, will be' 'married to Mike Marlow. Five hundred was played, prizes going 'to Mrs. Vincent Ford and Mrs. Ben Weasel- man, Banns of marriage were published, in St John's Catholic church Sunday for Michael Marlow and Wary Allen , Williamson, Jerald Reimers and Constance. Hatten arid Leonard Dahlhauser and Diane Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elsbecker are parents of a baby boy, which weighed 10 Ibs.,- 10 oz. at, Holy family hospital, Estherville. The filsb'eckers now have a family of hree boys and two girls. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn- Elsbecker and Mr. ind Mrs. James Elsbecker are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kienitz are arents of a daughter b6rn Saturday evening, Jan. 6, in St. Ann hospital, Algona. January 16, 1962 Carol Hum Of Algeria To Wed gona, and Bart' Mr. and Mrs. Paul temdre, has been a wedding will be heldFe.t Cecelia's Catholic ctturch, (UDM Engraving) ' *. Wayne Ternes Of Ledyard To The engagement ahd approaching marriage : of Carol Hum, shown here, daughter of Irene Hurn and the late Paul Hum, Al- Ledyard - Mr. and old C., Hanson, SherbUrtr,jMinn. announce the engagemeht tffrttieir daughter, Melanie Ann,' trf'Wflyne R. Ternes, son of Mrs/^Mildred Terries of Ledyard. , ,'7 Miss Hanson is a 1958 graduate of Sherburn high school'atfd,will graduate in June Mm 'M|nkato State College with a degYee.;ift nursing. Ternes is a graduate of the jLedyard Community -school; served four years in the navy- and graduated from Esthervflle'Jtjnior College prior-to attending'-M$n- kato State College where* it* js majoring in business administration. • ' : A. June wedding is planned* Engagement Announced' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith, to Herman Symens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Symens of Amherst, S. D. Judy is a junior in elementary education at Northwestern College at Orange City; Symens is a 1959 graduate of South Dakota State and is now associated with his father in farming. No wedding plans have been made. . Meeting To Talk Wills & Estates An open meeting on understanding wills, estates, social security, and life insurance is being sponsored by the county extension'ser- vice, according to Avis Lettow, extension home economist, will be held Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. at the Algona high school annex. All Kossuth county men and women are invited to attend. Presentations will be' given by Mr. Cliffbrd Swedlund,, district social security manager from Fort Dodge; James, Andreason, attor* ney from Algona; and Don Stark, Farm Bureau Insurance manager from Algona. A question r period will follo^ the discussions. Two New Cases Filed In County District Court A divorce action .and an account matter were filed in district court here recently. Dwaine C. Lighter, plaintiff, charges Emma Jeanne Lighter, defendant,'with cruel and inhuman treatment in the divorce petition, The couple were married here June 22, 1945 and separated recently. , In the petition, the plaintiff states that for the best interests of the couple's nine year old child that the plaintiff should be decreed to have exclusive care and custody of said child and also asks that all property be awarded Algona Family Gets Good Look At 77»e Kennedys to the plaintiff. Property listed Includes a home the Algona Reminder, a 1959 automobile and other miscellaneous household and personal properties. The petition claims the defendant is skilled and able to earn a substantial income. In an account matter, Fbrsten- zer and Frank, Inc., plaintiffs, seek $149.62 from Clarence and !rvin Wiltgen for merchandise de- ivered Mar. 1, 1901. .BARN The barn on the Cecil Fuchs 'arm near Laureris burned to the jround recently destroying four sows and 43 baby pigs, but no ither buildings were destroyed. Hay and straw stored in the barn also burned. Defective wiring or exploding heat lamps probably caused the fire. MEN'S SLACKS ODD SIZES IN • VALUES to $14.95 ZENDE I'-i'. MEN SDR ESS ONE GROUP — MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Si BOYS' SWEATERS r BOYS' SHIRTS BOYS'WINTER QMS 20% off! 30^ off! 20% off! BOYS' JACKETS off! ONE GROUP — MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS '*i GROUP 1 - GROUP 2 - GROUP 3 - GROUP 4 - "CRASH" CLOSE-OUTS VALUES TO $49.50 At These Prices We Can Only Afford To "Cuff 'Em" VALUES TO $59.50 REGULAR $89.50 KUPPENHEIMER'S MEN'S TOP I • VALUES to '$39.50 • - •. ... -. •. m $ • VALUES to $59,50 WINTER MiN'S WINTER LEATHER DRESS t Ho Special Purchase « All Sales Cash & Final SWEATERS BRAND NAME S INCLUDED BOYS' SPORT SIZES 6 • 20 Vs OFF • No Returns or Exchanges 9 20% off MEN'S $ Three Algona boys, Jeff, 12, Greg, ll, and Doug, 8, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen, have a great deal to-tell their schoolmates these days. The boys with their parents and sister, Barbara, 2%, spent the holiday vacation in Florida and the trip was highlighted by two glimpses of President Kennedy and his family and a visit to Cape Canaveral. Mr. Allen is high school principal here. At West Palm Beach the Aliens saw President and Mrs. Kennedy and little Caroline as they Came out of the hospital where they had visited the president's father, Joseph Kennedy. A large crbwd was waiting to see the first family, but the Aliens accomplished their mission by staying away from the jroup. They saw the Kennedys as they slipped out a rear entrance. Both Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy waved at the Aliens, and Jeff stepped out of the car to snap the president's 'picture. It hasn't been developed yet, but Jeff is hoping t will be good. "Jackie"'is even more beautiful han her pictures, says Mrs. Alert and little Caroline is just daring. Little Barbara, unimpressed with the Kennedy's position, waved and waved at Caroline,! simply because she is a "pretty little Eirl." .., .?••.-.. The other glimpse of the president came when the boys were out deep-sea fishing and the presidential yacht passed close by. At Cape Canaveral, the boys got some science education at the display of dummy missiles. Restrictions prevented them from visiting the launching base, of course, but they managed to get a. fair view from the beach. ; Original purpose of the twelve- day trip was Christmas with the grandparents' Mr. and Mrs. AT- thur Zahn at Winter Park. They also visited relatives at Orlando. TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Chandler ited >'at '"the home of' hep parents, Mr. cand .Mrs. G. D.'^Welhousen from Dec. 24 until, the, following dinner at the John Welhousea home. Mr. and-Mrs. Frank Fisher attended the funeral of Fred Thack- sr at Indianola Dec. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plalsier en- ertained at New Years dinner. ruests were Mr. and Mrs. S. R. 'annkuk of Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. elen Kromlnga, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller and girls, John and Louise Piaster and Rachael Kinseth. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heyer and family were dinner guests Jan. 1 at the George Heyer home in Buffalo Center. Carol and Steven Honken, children of David Honken of Clear Lake, visited at the home of their grandparents, the Alvin Honkens. from Friday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Isebrand took their daughter, Joyce, to Des Moines Sunday where she enroll, ed in the school of IBM training. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welp have retired from the farm and are moving into their home in Titonka this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher had their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Fisher and' family of Beatrice, Nebr., and their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. John Boehm and children of Clear Lake as Christmas guests. On New Years day, Mr. and Mrs. John Boehm and family were at their home. Glen Welp who was in the Reserves and called back into service early in the fall, was home on furlough from Dec, 22 until Jan. 2 when he returned to Fort Sill, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies left Friday for their cottage on Upper Hay Lake, Minn. They went to do some ice fishing and returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mrs. Wm. Speicher and Mrs. Minnie Larsen were afternoon visitors at the Nelson brothers home Tuesday. They went to help Albert Nelson celebrate his birthday. Gloria Graham, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Donald Graham, celebrated her second birthday Jan. 2. Guests for the evening were Mr and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. Mrs. Claus Wibben, who has been ill at her home for two months, has been taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Willrett in Algona, for care. On New Years day, a family gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings in Sexton. Guests for the pot hick dinner were Mrs. M. J. Speicbjar, Mrs. Minnie Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Mr. and Mrs. William Speicher, all of TitonkJ,

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