The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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(la.) Upp* D« Mol« M 1966 MRS. CLARK ORTON is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Martin, Brazil, Ind. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mrs. Paul Dettman were her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Klnkkl, Des Moines. . MR. AND MRS. Ed Blumerand Luella Blumer went to Des Moines Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sigler to whom a daughter, Julie Lynn, granddaughter of the Blumers, had recently been born. She is the first grandchild. The Perfect Gift for Mother's Day - May 8 ANTIQUE GOLD VANITY MIRROR TRAYS — 3 exquisite styles — Reg. $5.95 DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 E. State Algona 295-2349 W« know It's going to hilt. but we don't know where. To avoid gambling with YOUR crop, get the best ihail insurance from Farmers Mutual Hail. You get fire and lightning protection on crops „__^_____ In the field at no extra cost, Over 130 trained adjusters to assure prompt, fair settlement of o^tirm. Be safe—call your Fanners Mutual Hail agent sooal BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona 295-5443 and I'm on display at JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT "GR-R-R-R-R ... I'm the new Sfan-HoTsr Tiger Cfaw Field Cultivator. Stop In and look mo over. You'll be im» pressed with what you seel Cost? You won't believe how low! I cover ground In your fields up to 32-feet at a time, I replace disci/ spring tooth harrows and narrow field cultivators. I work fasr, hard. I prepare your seed bed better than any other tool. I'm well built/ strong, I'm ready to work for you in your fields!" VISIT OUR STORE TODAY! JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. $o. of Algona Hotel — Algona, la. Home of ffie Sfan-Hqfcf "TfgerV A. D. CRAWFORD recently attended an insurance meeting at Cedar Rapids. He was accompanied by Mrs. Crawford. MRS. HAROLD SMITH Joined her son, Eldon Moore, Muscatine, at Britt where they visited Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Edna Richter of Titonka, who is hospitalized there. Mr. Moore returned to Muscatlne Sunday. PET E HAAG was visited Sunday by Henry Haag, Henry, Jr., Tom and Joe, Whittemore, and Jerry, Omaha. DR. AND MRS. John Keneflck went to Rochester Saturday and brought back with them the former's sister, Naomi Keneflck, Eagle Grove, who had been hospitalized 3 1/2 weeks at St. Mary's. MR. ANDMRS.H.T. Bunkofske went to Cedar Falls Sunday and visited the son James' family. James is employed with the John DeereCo. and travels extensively. MR. AND MRS. Harold "Si" Roth and Mr. and Mrs. Al Helmers returned Sunday to Denison. The men are employed there and will decide later whether they will remain permanently or not. MR. AND MRS. Merle Chamberlain were at Humboldt Sunday and visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. They saw Mrs. Christensen at the hospital where she is having a check-up. MR. AND MRS. Phil Diamond had as guests from Saturday till Wednesday relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stein, Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Bernard Dahlhauser were at Spencer Sunday, guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrell and Scott. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Burtis have received word of the birth April 24 of a daughter to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Grant at Imperial Beach, Calif. The infant has been named Brenda Kay and has a sister, Pamela Ann. ^ MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt have returned from a divided vacation. The first par{ was spent at Virginia Beach, Va. with their son William, Jr. and family. He is in the Navy >and it had been three years since they had seen him. They went via Washington, D. C. and did considerable sight-seeing there. The second part of their vacation was more recent, going to Brighton and Ottumwa for a visit with friends, then to Colorado to see the mother, Mrs. Anna Wyatt, 99, who is recovering from a bad case of shingles. The Wyatts returned home in time for him to exhibit his collection at the Sportarama rock hounds booth. Mr. Wyatt is custodian at the Call State Park. DR. AND MRS. Donald Kingfield will attend the State Opto- metric convention at Davenport, May 2 through May 4. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson were visited Friday and Saturday by the latter's sister, Mrs. Don Mertz, Grand Island, Nebr. She brought with her the Hanson's daughter, Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret of Spencer. MRS. MAX BAST will have as dinner guests Sunday her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family of Emmetsburg. MRS. RICHARD GROEN took her sister, Mrs. Earl Meier, Burt, to Iowa City Monday. Mrs. Meier will have surgery at University hospital. MRS. L. J. CASSEL returned Monday from a visit since Thursday with her parents, R, J. Neary, Omaha, Nebr. MR. AND MRS. Oliver Carlson and family spent last weekend at Des Moines and Coon Rapids. At the latter place, they were guests of Mrs. Carlson's sister, Mrs. Jake Jacobson and family. MR. AND MRS. Oliver Bakken have been visited by their son, Kenneth, Long Beach, Calif. His business took him as far as Omaha and he was met there by his parents. DR. E. B. MATHIASON, Council Bluffs, recently attended a meeting .of state surgeons at Fort Dodge. His wife came here to visit with her parents and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook. She was joined here by her husband at the conclusion of the meeting. Miss Nitchals Weds Susan Irene Nitchals, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals, Algona, became the bride of Anthony G. Coloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Petroff, Mason City, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. James Bruch in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here Saturday, April 23. The bride was attired in a gown which featured an A-line skirt of peau de sole, empire waistline, bodice of Alencon lace, with a chapel train. Her headpiece was a mantilla veil of silk illusion and Alencon lace and she carried calla lillies. Soloist was Florence McGuire- organist Sister Virginia Marie. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ver-' non Leister, while Linda Nitchals and Mrs. Carol Schaefer served as bridesmaids. Willie Ressler was best man, James Nitchals and David Warner, groomsmen, and Michael Nitchals and Carol Schaefer, ushers. A buffet dinner for 180 guests was held at Algona Country Club* Mrs. Richard McClain had the guest book, Eleanor Dunn, Karen Swift and Mrs. David Curtis served punch, Kathryn Currans and Mrs. Alfred Schenck poured coffee, Mrs. Richard Brown and Jeanne Christiansen cut the cake, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Claslng and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Nitchals were hosts, Cathy Currans, Sharon Andreasen, Sherry Thomas and Jeanette Vigdal were waitresses, and Mrs. David Warner, Mrs. Roger Kelber and Mary Lou Nitchals opened the gifts.' The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school, St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing and has been employed as a nurse there, while the bridegroom graduated from Mason City high school, attended Mason City Jr. College and S. U. L and is presently employed at station KRIB, Mason City. Following a wedding trip to Colorado, the newlyweds will make their home at Mason City. (Poundstone Studio Photo) MR. AND MRS. Jerry Payne have moved into their new home at 1102 No. McCoy street. They had been living in the Dreesman house at 707 Park Ave. This house is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Matz, son-in- law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, former Al- gonians now living at Monravia, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. TedDeCourey, Webster City, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin at Spencer. The second birthday of their son, Bret, was being observed and the guests are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves are going to Council Bluffs for the weekend and will be guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Mathiason. The daughter Janet is graduating this spring from St. Albert high school and will take part in the class play. missed: Mrs. Jerry Rowlet and baby, Lakota; Carl Ludwtg, John Zeller, Algona. April 22 - Admitted: Vernlce Cash, Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona, medical; dismissed: Louis Duddlng, Mrs. Louise Murphy, Algona. Pops Concert On May 3 By Band At LuVerne Hi On Tuesday, May 3, at 7:30 p. m., the LuVerne Community School Concert Band and the Downbeats will present a pops I HOSPITAL April 18 - Admitted: Baby Angela Renee Peters; Mrs. Nelda Finn, Algona, medical; Joseph Murray, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Michael Frank! and baby, Irvington; Nannie Ward, Eva Wille, Mrs. Patricia Honsbruch, Harvey Ward, Algona. April 19 - Admitted: Walter Steward, Burt, medical; Melodie Mawdsley, Burt, T & A; Mrs. Harriett Lynch, Mrs. Rose Jennings, Algona, medical; Timothy Welp, Bancroft, surgery; Timothy Abbas, Whittemore, T & A. April 20 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Skilling, Algona, girl, libs., 13 1/2 oz.; admitted: Nick Bormann, Livermore, medical; Carl Ludwig, Alex Reefer, Mrs. Emma McConnell, Paul Ostwinkle, Allen Bullock Wendell French, Mrs. Frances Loss, Algona; dismissed: Adolph Larson, Angela Peters, Algona; Marcia Dudding, Bancroft. April 20 - Admitted: Bruce Rosensteil, Algona, medical; dismissed: Alfred Weber, Timothy Welp, Bancroft; Melodie Mawdsley, Dixie Lee Harms, Burt; Baby Michelle Abbas, Whittemore; Lueila Esser, Algona. April 22 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Burt boy, 9 Ib. 1/2 oz.; admitted; Mrs. Laura Siefeld, Algona, medical; dis- PRE-CUFFED, washable, no ironing ever needed! They're as luxurious to wear as they are to care for. 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