The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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LQing*Mull&- Nuptials * : .<>,. :'i :- * «jr .' T j.l^«>' '-," -. ^._ Mr and Mrs Vcrn Muller, who were riiarried Jan.'27 In St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, are shown in the above photo. Mrs Muller is the former' Jackie Laing, daughter of Mrs Firman Laing, Sr., Algona, and Mr Muller is a son of Mr .and Mrs Henry Muller, Whittemore. Rev. Robert Thiele officiated at the ; wedding and a reception followed in St. Michael's Catholic school at Whittemore. Following a short wedding trip, the newly weds are residing at Lotts Creek; • A complete wedding story appeared in the Feb. 6 issue of the Upper Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) Circle Meetings At Lone Rock Lone Rock — The UPW circles 6f the Presbyterian church met Feb. 15. Lenore circle met at the home of Mrs. A. A. Krueger, with Mrs. E. M. Jensen assisting. Mrs. ttar- ian Blanchard was in charge of the lesson. .'.•-' Ruth circle met with Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mrs. Art Person assisting. Mrs. Edward Blanchard had the lesson. Coleen circle met in the evening at the home pf Mrs. E. A- tee. Mrs. Clarence Kraft gave the les- Ladics Aid Met i; Immanuel Ladies Aid Society of lotts Creek met Feb. 9. Pastor Vehling opened the meet-, frig with scripture and prayer. He presented a lesson on. World Missions. Mr. M. Schormahh showed a mission film on'Korea. Eugene Vaudt, publicity chairman for Evangelism Week, spoke briefly. Hostesses at this meeting were Sirs. Erwin Wetzel. and^s.JE win Wichtendahl. "•' Mr and Mrs. Curtis Olson and Kathi, Jenni and Tom have moved into the" living quarters of the Lone Rock Telephone Co. They are from Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion Jr. at Swea City. Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and Mrs. Dale Wegener attended the junior music contest in Mason City last Saturday. Homemaker's Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Lloyd Berkland, with Mrs. Wesley Mains as co-hostess. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Bernard Miller. The extension lesson was given by Mrs. Raymond Laabs and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kath of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meyer are at the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer until they find living quarters in Algona. Mr Meyer has finished his army ser vice and is working at Kossuth Motor; • Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener at tended their 500 club party Satur day evening at Mr. and Mrs. Roj Hinz's. • Mr., and -Mrs. Darryl Househo! der and son moved to Omaha Nebr. where he has '•^Mr.'aM'KfaS'.'lKawan Blanchar attended an Eastern Star meetin at Burt'last Tuesday evening. The Lone Rock Cooperative EJ change stockholders met Thursda at the Legion hall for the purpos of amending articles and by-laws Mrs. Hulda Schultz, who ha made her home with her son Ray. ttioiid. has returned t6 the United States from Hawaii. Raymond, who is in the navy, was married last October before they left for Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mittag and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt Afternoon callers were tHe Alfred Schaclendorfs. Mrs. Emma Hurlburt and Mrs. Dale Schroeder visited Mrs. Martha Rath, who is a patient in the hospital at Estherville. Mrs. Mer- vyri Hurlburt visited her Friday. Mr. ahd Mrs. Garryl Householder and Vicki visited the Curtis Olsons Thursday evening and were supper guests of the Carl Olsons in Livermore Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig entertained their pinochle party group Monday night. Mrs. Roy Bierle won high prize for women and Mrs. George Kissner won low. For men, George Kissner won high and Sam McCleish, low. Couple travel prize went to Mr. and Mrs ,Sam McCleish. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and David attended a birthday party for Mrs. Emma Radig at Fenton Friday evening. Leaders Meeting Seneca —-The Seneca Stars 4-H eaders, Mrs. Art Bergum and VIrs. Robert Fortney, and Mrs. tenry Looft, committeewoman, at- ended a 4-H leader training meet- ng at the Extension meeting room t Algona Tuesday afternoon. Swea & Eagle Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever Alys Petersen) will name, their aby girl, Susan Anne. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley at- ended the funeral of Lawrence Carey, of Bad Clah-e, Wise., last Monday. He was a nephew of Mrs. Crowley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft vis- ted the latters sister, Mrs. Anne Presthus, medical patient at St. Ann hospital at Algona, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Presthus had been confined to the hospital a week suffering with an ear infection. She was released Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen spent Junday afternoon with their daughter and husband, the Emil Bleck- wens, Fenton. Mrs. Bleckwenn has been ill and spent several days in the hospital at Estherville last week. She expected to return to the hospital again on Wednesday. Plum Creek 4-H Plum Creek boys 4-H club met at the Center school Feb. 7.-Demonstrations were given by Gary Priebe arid Donald Etherington and sheets for the special project small motors, were handed_ put ;< l was decided to have "a jiinTdf "ant senior basketball team and a com mittee to plan a window displaj for 4-H Day in Algona was select ed. When parents are able to answer the children's questions it's a sign that the kids are growing up. Friday supper guests at tf| Lyle Krumwlede honie for the znfl birthday of Kristi, were Mrs. H&fr rietta Krumwiede and Ardella, Triumph, Minn, and Mrs. Hikke Afr bas. .. u Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer ana family were Sunday guests at the Claude Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel, Fe> ton, were Sunday evening guests at the Arnold Duers. Tom Diaz and friend, Ron Skad* burg, Goldfield,' both Waldorf College students, were visitors at the Wayne Jorgensen home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerntan were Thursday evening guests at the Harold Carr home. Darlene Johnson, Sandra Gabel, Linda Weber, and Joan Henriksen spent Thursday to Monday visiting tneir respective homes during semester break from State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Harold,Carr and Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Koons and Mike and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Koons and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Koons home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reece and family were Sunday evening visitors at the home of her parents, the A. J. Von Banks. St. Martha's Circle of St. Mary Catholic church met at the Donald Kennedy home Sunday evening with Mrs. Leo Crowley assisting as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kennedy took their small daughter, Rosalie, 2, to St. Paul today for an appointment at the Lowrey Medical Arts Building. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston became the parents of a daughter, LuAnn Lynne, Feb. 2, at Holy Family hospital. The little lady weighed 7 pounds and 10 ounces. She has four brothers. Grandparents are the Earl Prestons, and' the Curtis Olsons, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lofstrom drove to Amboy, Minn. Sunday :o get Mrs. Lofstrom's aunt, Mrs. Marie Pahl, who will spend a few days at the Lofstrom home. Henry Schuler, who suffered a slight stroke last Tuesday, is much improved. He was not hospitalized. The birthday club met at the home of Mrs. R. S. Mather, with Mrs. Art Kracht and Mrs. Ronald Johnson assisting. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mather and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kracht and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Grabian •owski-~-and 'family were Sundaj afternoon guests at the Paul Weg ner home for the 42nd anniversary of the Wegners. Edith and Myrtle Molinder were Sunday callers at the Francis Tor ine home. Supper guest Monday at the Dettmer Thompson home were Mrs. Reuben Ohlson, Cherokee, Mrs. Andy Swanson, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Jim Harncr, Edith and Myrtle Molinder and Frieda and'Heidi] Borguson. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Lorimer Bjorkluncl, joined the Brad Bowmans of Rock Valley at Spencer Sunday evening for dinner. Their card club met at the Harold Jones home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson substituted. Mrs. Art Anderson and Mrs. Robert Anderson assisted Mrs. Jones in serving. High prizes were won by Mrs. Gordon Jones and Wayne Jorgensen and low prizes were won by Mrs. Marlin Paul and Weldon Brandt. Five tables of 500 were played at the Jack Smith home Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koons, Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohse, Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Simmonsmeier, Ledyard, Mrs. Bill Duncan, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCon- ncll, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson visited her grandmother, .Mrs. Cora Stow, at Burt last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Tom attended the funeral of a friend, Edgar Grein, at Graettinger Monday. Mr. Grein, 45, was the victim of a heart seizure, suffered on a sight-seeing trip in the West. visited the James McGowans, cousins of Tom. They visited the Keys and Sarasota, where they spe'nt a week. They were guests of the Floyd Keeneys at Ocela for two days. The Prestons arrived home Feb. 5. Baby Kristi stayed with grandparents, the Sam Links while her family was away. Bancroft News Arlie Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith and daughters, LuVerne, spent Friday evening with the Don Benkendorf family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Benkendorf attended funeral services at Hamberg, Minn. Saturday for an uncle, Henry Penning. Mr. Penning, 65, died after having the flu a few days. Mr. and Mrs; Don Benkendorf and boys spent the weekend with her parents, Henry Meyers at Arlington, Minn., and Sunday with her sister and husband living there. Elect Officers Algona A-OK 4-H club met at the home of Rose Frideres Feb. 13. Guests were Mrs. Lawrence Keys, Mrs. Lawrence Pfeffer and Avis Lettow. Talks were given by Debbie Laws and Kathi Joseph and a demonstration wag given by Rose Frideres and Yvonne Crowley. New officers elected were Kathi Joseph, music chairman and Debbie Laws, reporter. The next meeting will be a workshop Feb. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston, Larinda and Sally left Jan. 15 for West Hollywood, Fla. where they CARBON PAPERS, office supply depi.. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. What size Chevrolet do you want to save money on ° I4ke your driving sporty, with quicksilver steer, tag, flit.wa-pMwlw cornering, sure-footed traction? Then a Corvair Monk's for you, 1 i Or won this year's coveted Car I4fe Magazine Award for Engineering Excellence. But say you want to go all out—to get the full treatment in space, spirit and splendor, Then tare's nothing Pfce a Jet.enwoth Chevrolet. jyj»k§s paying >w>re pointless, So B«e 'em np-tuea §»ve it up-at your Chevrolet dealer's. ..».»s?m«i'.i«w• KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HAU CY 4-3554 NOT SO GOOD FMOHED HOUR MODERN ELECTRIC SERVANt «**««« »««**«*»**»»*»«**»«*********£********.*************' This belle of the SQ't found much to amust With fine stereoscope and plenty of views, But how she'd have marveled if she could have foretold What wonderful thrills a TV screen would hold! : W******************************************************* Tuesday, February JO, 1962 Atflona (to.) Upper Dei It happened 100 YEARS ago The eldest Incorporates trade association In the country, the United. States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862.«. the same year that JM IOWA, euf famous civil war governor, Samuel J. [Klrkwood, for whom many streets .and public buildings, tare now named, was Inaugurated for a second term. I {Throughout the stale, the even.t was toasted with foaming: kleins of beer. For then, as now, beer was the traditional •leverage of moderation ... light, sparkling (refreshment that adds a touch of old-fashioned Iowa hospitality, lowans have always en]oyed the good fellowship that goes with every glass. TODAY, In Its centennial year, the United (States Brewers Association still works con- J tantly to assure maintenance of high tandards of quality and propriety Wherever «er and ale are ~~~~ UNITED STATES 1 .BKtWEKS ASSOCIATION, INC. Iowa Division —; Des Moines Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Way tack in the 90's, 'turns rub-a-dub-dub When clothes for the family were washed in a tub. This contraption took know-how and lots of work, too. "No wonder," says Reddy, "that washdays were bluet" ! S>S aisfsssxsssssef^^sxsesssiss£^ss>s^&^ slave "icay back when" required 1 slavish attention, (The heat and the hard work u-e won't ei'en mention) What a difference to let Reddy K. do your cooking, Thines am done to a turn without your even looking _ m^ * The. cook of the 70'& went at things with vim. She stirred heavy hatter in bowls to the hrin. for her modern descendant a mixer is handy, With Reddy to run it, results are just dandy. family "tus>-thernasi" surely uns herded J-0 di-ixnd an an nil lnm/i lor all the light needed, "light for Living" is Heddy'i solution attain — Aren't we lucky we're living today and nut thenl MANY OF US MAY NOT REMEMBER how lacking in comfort, convenience <nd leisure time the "good old days" were. Thanks to Reddy Kilowatt, those days are gone foreverl He does the household work, gives light for happy living. He's your busy. ecoftOwiQal electric servant. OWA «l IGHl&POW COMPANY ES !** Utility Jfcfe&« You to Live Belter ELECTRICALLY

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