The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1962 · Page 2
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2-Alflatm (la.) Upper Pet Mdlnei Tuesday, March 6, 1962 Miss tiinckley Wjed, BUrt t ' * i , ' * ' . * « j. 't i. i if-i _',\ 3. Mrs. Jesse Bianchard and Mrs. Qarryl Householder. ' •£., • ' A good &<Wd Iftended' the 'Aitt- il'iary card party at the Legion hall Thursday evefttog-. The next -one Mr. and Mi»s. : 'P: J. McGuire froffi Burt called on the Jim Marlows Tuesday evening. Mr.'and Mrs. Befr> Schmidt vis* ited their daughter, Mrs. Jerry Leatle'agh and new granddaughter, Elizabeth Attd, at St.' Ami hospital Wednesday. ' Mrs. Albert Shaser 'called on her mother, Mrs. Martha Rath, at the hospital iri Estherviile Thursday. • Jamey Jensen has been at home for a week's vacation between quarters from school at Mason City. '.•,-.-• • The Ladies ;Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday night at the Le- — A candlelight wedding c&emony was performed at the Bart Methodist church Saturday evening, Feb. 24, uniting Marilyn Hinckley and Donald Thomsen in nfarriage. Rev. Wm. Bohi performed the double ring ceremony. "The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a winter white wool street dress and a cEapel hat and veil. Her only attendant was her twin sister, Cari- IXH. •The groom was attended by his bfother-in-law, Robert Petersen, Denison. Gwenyth Teeter, organist, pteyed the traditional wedding music and accompanied Frances McDonald, soloist. The bride's broth- iJ, Larry,-was candlelighter. A wedding dinner was served in tfie church dining room to members of the wedding party and the immediate families. Hostesses were Georgia Holding, Benita Mitchell, Viola McDonald; Phyllis Wiener and Naorat Chlpman. Carol Thompson had charge of guest book and Mrs. Robert Petersen served punch. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, was graduated from Burt high school in 1960 and since August, 1960 has been employed in the occupational, therapy department of the sanitarium, at Oakdale. , ; The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson, \ Denison, is,'a graduate of Denison; higlr schpolj spent two years in ( :hiilitary service and is'employed at the State Sanitarium at Oakda,le. •;, ' After a weekjs honeymoon, spent at Hardy, Arkansas, ; the newlyweds will be at home at Oakdale. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) . . gion hall. Mrs. Ernest Jettsettjnd Mrs. Roy Jensen wffl be w^**»- The music program, ivhf— to have been preaefited Slats -f, LoJWrRock grade BOfibol^upllS, h been.postpofted .until Apt, &•/" kets which nave belt* fwJrKiht will be good then. Matty children are ill with the measles.- , < Mrs, Leo Sankey and Mrs.'Har* old Sankey called on the Waits* Thompsons Friday. Warren Thompson's children 6f Swea City 'were weekend guests of their grandparents; Mr*, and Mrs. Waler. Thompson., - Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sehultz a'tid children, WKittemere, visited af her parents home, Mr. and Mrs. A. L, tia'ker, Wednesday. Fearlessness- is the mother of confidence. Clara Klamp ervicesHeld lereFebJ * 'Juneral services' for Mrs. Ch'af* les' H. (Clara) Mamp, 82, Algona resident the last 49 years, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. Iri First fS&thodist church -here.' The Rev. •!fi$an Routh of Gdod Hope Methodist church officiated and burial %as in RivervieW cemetery. Mc- Ciillough's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. •'Mrs. Klamp died Monday f Feb. »ital after at) ill- eeks. She was at Colesburg tb ne Dateimaft led to ChaMp .^^r Oct. i?»Hfi|2. She WaS,S !fe%flg membef.'of 'the MetndfUs'l ChtlKh. ,; ;!, "Mrs. Klamp 1 is siifvived by her husbarid r lorig-time Kossuth County faFtn cifculatidjijageftt fjrvthe Des Mdines ReglsW and .ft bliftef a brother and a sisfer at .Colesburg. Serving as pallbearers were Lloyd Bohannon, ^ George Harris, Fred Kent Jr., Howard Lownian, Willis Etheflngton afid Lelghton. Misbaeh. .[ '_ ' , : '_' STAPLING MACHINES and staples, Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., , Algona. ' ' Earl Hansen, Swea City Mayor, Services March 1 Funeral services for Earl L. Hansen, 67, mayor of Swea City, wjere held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church in Swea City, with Rev. E. R. Maus officiating. Burial was in the Buffalo township cemetery at Titonka, where Mr. Jfansen was an early resident. •Mayor Hansen succumbed to a Jijiart attack at the Estherviile hospital, late Monday afternoon. He h.ad been taken there earlier in the day after a heart attack at his home. -Born April 6, 1894, at Goldfield, lie attended Titonka schools and Itumboldt college. He was married to Kathryn Gamble, Sept. 9, 1915, 4 Humboldt. They operated a hardware and grocery store in Ti- tdnka until coming to Swea City iu 1928. He had retired from the grocery business here and had served 12 years as mayor. He was a- member of the Masonic Lodge, l&e Methodist church and the Northwest Iowa Mayors Association. ^Surviving are his wife, five brothers, Kay and Gordon, Tilon- Ira; George, Buffalo Center; Van. liiVerne; Alton, Des Moines; a sister, Mrs. Sam (Agnes) Lamareaux, Spokane, Wash. He \vas preceded in death by a brother and a bister. New Arrival i — Sheila Rt'iiae is the new daughter born Mar. 1 to Mrs Phyllis Struthers at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. Wm. Goet/. c f LuVerne is staying with the other Struthers children until their mother and new sister get home. LONE ROCK .• »*;. " . -, • j- By Mrs Darryl Householder Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt have received word that thejr son, Dennis, has been promoted to 'Airman First Class. He is stationed at Austin, Texas. UPW met Thursday at the church for a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon. Hostesses were Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mrs. Dale Wegener and Mrs. Fred Genrich. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harlan Bianchard. Mrs. Ray Jensen was in charge of the program.. The ladies have been invited to the Fenton Methodist church Mar. 9 at 2 o'clock for World Day of Prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Linda were Sunday dinner guests of Arden Hoveys. Mrs. Lena Junkermier, Albert City, was a weekend guest in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Faulstick Whittemore, have a new baby girl born Feb. 28. They now have three i girls and a boy. I Several ladies called on Mrs i Curt Olson Wednesday for a get i acquainted party. They were Mrs I Dennis Priebe and Kelly, Mrs. Har 1 Ian Bianchard, Mrs. Woodrow I'ettit. Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, Mrs Erich Seegebarlh, Mrs. Ed Blanch ard, Mrs. Bob Marlow and girls FINN'S BAKERY PRESENTS BANCROFT BUSY BEES Leader: Mrs. Clarence Diers, Bancroft President: Marie Diers, Bancroft Vice Pres.: Ann Wollner, Bancroft IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 , With Their 4-H Display FINN'S BAKERY I 1 N ION A Pay March 1 • Mm . ,'i- - i fo » Vice Pra*.t Mtfry Hlerf Dlxoti, .; •! ; ! - : < .'-••» i •' ! \ : ' jl ' l';\ ^ fjlji OUR STORE , .,; , 4-H itey! Saturday, March ,10 With Thfeir 4-H Display FAREWAY ^RESEr4TS ! THE . Leader: .Gerald Soderb^rg, Bancroft ^ President: Jerome Menke, Sweq City '•';• '''",*. J •' ' ' ! ' ' Vice Pres.) Eugene Dumstorff, Bancroft ' ' ; ; IN OUR STORE <4-H Day/ s Saturday, March 10 Wjth Their[4-H: Display FAREWAY STORES, Inc. .SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT PRESENT THE Greenwood Girls Leader: Mrs. Richard Krapp, Bancroft President: Nancy Shillington, Bancroft Vice. Pros.': Pam Dudding, Bancroft IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display SAITER'S DAVIS-PANT HOOD'S SUPER VALU : PRESENTS THE ( Fenton iors 4-H Club Leader: Herschel Hartman President: Gary Berkland Vice Pres.: Jon Jentz BOMGAARS PRESENTS AT OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display HOOD'S Super Yalu ALGONA BEECHER LANE PRESENTS U-GO-I-GO Leader: Mrs. Fred Lupkes, Algona President: Gretchen Deim, Algona Vice Pres.: Kathy Bestenlehner, Algona IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE RIVERDALE RUSTLERS 2 Leader: Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Bode President: Rose Lee Illg, Bode Vice Pros.: Mary Sue Zeimet, Bode « , j~ • * IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN 5 & 10 NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. PRESENTS RIVERDALE RUSTLERS! Leader: Mrs. Alvin Klein President: Bernadette Hilbert Vice Pres.; Kristine Plathe We Congratulate Them During National 4-H Club Week 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. NORTON'S MACHINE WORKS PRESENT Seneca Progressive Farmers Leader: Ray Bergum, Bqncrgft President: James Bergum, Bancroft Vice Pres.: Vernon Wilberg, Fenten IN OUR PLANT 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4<H Display NORTON MACHINE WORKS K05SUTH RADIO AND RECORDS PRESENT ALGONA Leader; Mrs. Victor Frideres, Algqnn President: Judy Egel, Algena Vice Pre«.: Gloria Joseph, Algena IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, Marsh 10 With Their 4»H Display KOSSUTH RADIO AND RECORDS FREDERICK HARDWARE PRESENTS Grant Hustlers Under; Albert A. Anderson, Swoa City President; Jgrrte* Richardson, ledyard Vice Pres.: Mike Reynolds, Swea City IN OUR STORE 4«H Day, Saturday, Mgrch 10 With Their 4.H Display FREDERICK HARDWARE

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