The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1966
Page 13
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Will Be Bride Of Gee. Bormonn Of Alto Vista MER10N QUIRK Announcement is made of the , engagement and approaching marriage of Merlon Marie Quirk, daughter of Mrs. Mildred Quirk of New Hampton, and the late Harold Quirk to Mr. George Bormann, son of Mrs. Anna Bormann of Alta Vista and the late George Bormann. Miss Quirk is employed as a registered nurse at Floyd County Memorial Hospital, Charles City. Mr. Bormann is engaged in farming. A November wedding is planned. The Bormann's were former St. Joe residents. ^iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiintiiiiiiiiiminnmiiitiiiii (PORTLAND! 1 By Mrs. Victor Fitch S Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson, Becky Brandow, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and LeAnn, Mr. and M rs. Robert Arend and Effie Teeter were Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Thompson home in Minneapolis. This was in honor of little John Thompson's second birthday and also Mrs. Harvey Larson's birthday. Recent visitors and supper guests in the Ralph Carlson home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer and Todd of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Meyer is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller, former residents of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad attended the 30th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley Sunday in the Burt Methodist church; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meister of Lake View were weekend guests in the Bernard Meister home. The men are brothers. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cox and family of Callendar and Mrs. Elenore Cox of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister were Sunday supper guests. Picnic supper guests in the George Hix home were Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ruse, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and family of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms and family, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy of West Bend. This was in honor of George nix's 86th birthday which was Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and ToJd of Algona went to Alden Sunday to visit Mrs, Harm's brothers, Leonard and Robert Ites and families, and a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Puttkamer. Mr. and Mrs. £1 Hill, Moline, 111., aunt and uncle of Mrs. Ralph Carlson, were Tuesday supper guests in the Carlson home. Mrs. Hazel Vera and Fred Hagen of Algona were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter went to Ames Saturday where they attended the alumni association meeting. They attended the L S. U. - Oklahoma football game, guests of the alumni. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart visited Waif Waltman Thursday evening in the Britt hospital. Mr. Waltman met with a bad accident when he got caught in a combine while assisting his son on the farm near Corwith. He had one arm taken off between his elbow and shoulder and the other arm broken, fractured ribs and a punctured lung. The Waltmans were Portland residents some time ago, moving later to Corwith where they farmed for a long time. They had a sale last spring and moved Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moirm Tuesday, October 4, 1966 , - - ''•• • ~ ••:. - • -" • • Tr I •> to town, a son taking charge of the farm. The Earl Shiplers visited Mr. Waltman Wednesday evening and the W. J. Stewarts visited him Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter attended the funeral of Ivan Long, Monday at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart and Mrs. Tom Trenary attended the open house In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley's 30th wedding anniversary Sunday. "He who takes but never 1 fives, may last for years, but never lives." Sheldon's oldest resident, Marratje Wansink, 101 years of age, died at her home there September 18. Mrs. Wansink and her late husband moved'to Sheldon in 1918. enuu&re STARTER SET SALE! APPLE HACIENDA (Gold or Green) OFF 25* 16 PIECE STARTER SETS NOW UNTIL OCT. 8 Now you can save $5.00 on 16 piece starter sets in America's favorite earthenware — Franciscan. Hand-crafted patterns, California-designed and made, are chip resistant, color-fast, will never craze. Can be used safely in oven and dishwasher. All patterns offer you a wide choice of multi-use accessories, which you can buy at any time". Each starter set includes four of each: dinner plate, bread/butter plate, cup and saucer. Come in ends October 8. Sierra Sand and Malibu $12.95 — regularly $17.95 $1495 REGULARLY $19.95 WILTGEN JEWELERS

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