The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 4
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4-Afaeno (la.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, Sept. 8, 19S5 • -< HALG O N/ A U P P E R DES M O I N E S Miss'Sore'nsen To Wed Mr and Mrs Dick Sorenscn. Alg<ma. announce Ihe approaching marriage of their daughter, Judith Kay. to Donald Nauman, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Nauman. Burl. The wedding will take place on Sept. 30. Judith Kay is a 195:") gradual'. 1 of Algona high school and has been at home with hei parents since. Donald is also a graduate of Algona high school, and has been (arming with his father the past two years. The young couple will continue to engage in farm- ins following the wedding. (Photo bv NL Is Isaacson). Bride In December Mrs Carrie St. John announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Beverly Ann St. John, above, to A/3C James E. Schuller, son of Mr and Mrs George Schuller of Whitte- ninre. The wedding will take place in December. Guests Over Weekend Maj. and Mrs Homer Smith and children, Dixon and Margy of Kansas City visitrd during the L;;b<>r D;,y weekend in the homes of Mr and Mrs 11. R. Cowan and Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith. The Cowans and Smith* are aunts and uncles of the Major, who is in radar and stationed at Grandview Air Force Base south of Kansas City. A family picnic with 20 persons in attendance was held Sunday for the guests. Birlhday Honors Mrs H.->;mr Clark entertained at ;. birthday party Monday evening in hunor of hc.-r lather. Frank St. .•h 71 OtluT i;ueMs included Mrs Ste- britx and Tom and Juhn Foth. Labor Day Vacation Mr and Mrs KuLx/it A. Carney of Aigonu and Mr and Mr.- Rock- DAVIS Handy Plastic PIE CRIMPER *^:js — » \ (t^./ J_ f .._ ^' Fri., Sat., and Monday Limit 1 to 4 customer Every houiewife that bokes ihotitd ho>e this handy plastic piitry vrhcel and pic trimmer. Cut;, ctimp:, end icals <sies in cue eaty operation. Uie oiso for cutting strips for use in lattice pits, noodles, etc. A •crnfic value at this special low price. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr U Mrs BUI Amon wood of LuVern!? spent the Labor Day weekend visiting the Hcinie Fishers at their resort on Leech Lake, near Walker, Minn. Birlhday Surprise A surprise birthday party was hold for Mr Willard Sanfnrd, Saturday. Sept. 3. Present were Mr Sanford's cousins and families; Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie, Mr and Mrs Duane Ncal, Mr and Mrs Charles Hanselman ami Denny, all of LuVernc; a no Mr and Mrs James Trauger and children of Livcrmorc. •—o— Rebecca Lodge will meet Tues., Sept. 1,3, at 8 o'clock in the Moose Hall. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Danny, attended the State Fair last week, and visited in Lincoln, Neb. and Boyslown the week before that. Mr and Mrs Melvin Richgeles and family, and William Draegei of Highland, Wis. spent last weerc visiting Mrs Leonard Draeger and the Homer Sabins of Burt. Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Wed., Sept. 14, in the Moose Hall at 7:45 o'clock. South Cresco Mother's and Daughter's Club will hold the first mc.Pting of the year at the home of tin 1 president, Arlene Simon, on Wed., Sept. 14. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook were recently at Minneapolis, Minn, visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey. The Haryeys accompanied them to Winnipeg, Can., where Russell attended a Shrine convention. Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade and Rob Bell went to Milwaukee, Wis. over the Laboi Day holiday, and visited Mrs Cade's sisters and brothers. Hugo did not gel to the baligame there this trip. Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond had ns weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Norman Cohen of Mason City. and Mr and Mrs Irving Diamond and family of Fort Dodge. Mrs A. Stem, mother of Mrs Diamond, arrived here last Friday from Chicago, anil will remain for a short stay. Mr and Mrs James Kelso have returned from Davenport where they visited their sons-in-law and daughters and other relatives. Granddaughters, Sharon and Karen Ohlancl, returned with UTV grandparents and will b? here til! Labor Day when the parents will come !" get them. Audrey Frye spent Irom Thursday till Sunday at the Russell Cook's trailer house at Spiril Lake. Other guests of Mr and Mrs Cook wore Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter and daughter Gwonclh. and Mr and Mrs Melvin Dutton and family of Burt. Mr and Mrs Norman Henevik, Elmoro, Minn, visited over Ihe weekend with Mrs Honevik's parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rcntx. Mr Henevik is now working in the cities, and they will move there as soon as they find an apartment. Meanwhile, Mrs Henevik will spend a week here with hci' parents. Mr and Mrs Harold Erpelding left Sunday for a week's trip to Colorado. They will visit friends at Denver. They will go on a sight-seeing trip through Kansas, Nebraska and the Dakotas. While they are gone Becky and Janie are staying on the farm with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lyle Steelc. Mr and Mrs Albert Metzger, Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger and family. Mr and Mrs Bert Johnson and daughter, Mr and Mrs Stanley Larson, ail of Burt; Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges and son of Fenton helped celebrate the third birthday, Aug. 31 of Diane Kay Bocckholl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bocckholt of Lone Rock. Plum Creek Women's Club will meet Sept. 14, 2 o'clock at the Community Room. This will be a tea honoring charter members. Cards are being sent to first year charter members, but all past members are welcome. M'aude Jergenson and Ethel Johnson are in charge of the program. Beulah Scely and Corinne Gabrielson the lunch. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan drove to Des Moines, Saturday, and visited her sister-in-law, Mary Schumaker. a nurse at the Veterans hospital. From there S"he and Dan drove to Lincoln, Neb., to sec a second cousin, Mrs Mary Sackctt. They were also at Sioux City and Omaha, and went to Boys' Town. 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