The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1962 · Page 4
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I 8-Algona (Id.) Upper Des Motnes Tuesday, May 29, 19*2 U F» P E R PE.S AA O I N ..& OCVC Connie Hal! Of Algona To Wed End Club Year I The Algona Federated Woman's j Club concluded its club year with a public coffee at the home of Mrs. J. B. Asa with RO attending Because of rain the garden party had to be held indoors. Miss Clara Amesbury president of the club poured at a beautifully decorated tea table. Mrs. Milton Norton was hostess rnd Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Perry Collins and Mrs. Wm. Finn were in charge of the coffee. Townspnd Club Meets Algona Townsend club met at the Chester Willey home May 2. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Mil Congre-*- sional District Chairman of Townsend Clubs of Iowa, spoke on tiji? two Medicare bills and -showed tilt- difference. Mrs. Holdren read j poem. Following the mee'ing ;i 500 card party was piunneU as a money raising venture to be hski at the Wilbur Holdren home or. Tuesday evening. June Uth. Attend Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorn were at Guttenbcrg last Tuesday to attend the graduation of Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGrcw, former residents here. Susan was on the honor roll and also is a member of the band. Nephew Graduates Mrs. Chester Schoby and her mother, Mrs. Maude Nelson, were accompanied by Mrs. Elmer Cook to Ringstcd May 20 to attend the graduation of Frederick Christensen, nephew of Mrs. Nelson. Attend Convention Ardene Sampson and Marvel Sherman attended as delegates to the state Beta Sigma Phi sorority meeting held last Saturday and Sunday at Ottumwa. Shower Honoree Mrs. 0. B. Harmes. Mrs. Lron Laird. Mrs. Vic Parsons. Mrs. Arnie Ricklefs and Mrs. Rex Voyles gave a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Johnson House for Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hall, who is to be married July 8 to Robert Wycoff, Des Moines. Presents Recital Mrs. Vernon Jensen gave a recital and tea last Saturday at which 16 piano students were on the program. Mothers of the students were guests. Birthday Club Mrs. Delia MeCullough, Mrs. Grace Johnson, Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs. Ralph Miller celebrated birthdays of the women, some belated, by going to Clear Lake Friday. Meeting Delegate Mrs. Dean Parrott spent from Sunday till Wednesday in DCS Moines as delegate to the P.E.O. meeting. Mrs. Floyd Holt entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Coffee Hostess Mrs. Virgil Rohlf entertained at a coffee Wednesday morning. VOTE FOR RICHARD C. C05GROVE SEEKING DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR SUPERVISOR OF THE THIRD DISTRICT YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Hall, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Connie Marie, shown here, to Robert S. Wycoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wycoff o Manning. The wedding will take place July 8. The bride-elect attended Parsons College, Fairfield, and is now employed by the Kossuth county ASCS office in Algona. Her fiance attended the State University ol Iowa in Iowa City and is now associated with E & E Lino Service in Des Moines. (UDM Engraving) Birthday Observed Mrs. Raymond Cook entertainer her birthday club Thursday morn ing. The anniversary of Mrs. Ralph Valentine was observed. Honored With Tea Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Mrs. Harold Gilmore,-Mrs. Al Agena and Mrs. Roy McMahon gave a pre-nuptial tea recently for Connie Hall. Eight Specs The Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Esther Helberg. Bible School Daily vacation Bible school will be held at the Burt community school. It will be a union school With children from both the Methodist and Presbyterian churches attending. It will be held June 4-8. A double birthday party was held at the Harley Hanson home after school on Monday, honoring the 7th birthdays of David Hanson and Dennis Miller. Guests were Brad Holding, Timothy Sheir- bon, Danny Scott, Danny Bergerud, Kevin Wagner, Jon Woltz, Pamela Soderburg, Barbara Batt, Susan Angus, Bobby Lappe, Bruce Hanson, June Hanson, Diane, Don- Plano pupils of Mrs, Everett An-1 Mrs. Howard Platt was hostess Card Club Hostess Mrs. James Harris entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Linda Larson NOTICE ! OPEN BOWLING FRIDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHTS. WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS IN MEN'S, LADIES' AND MIXED LEAGUES FOR NEXT FALL. ALGONA BOWLING LANES Burt Shower Hurt — A pre-nuptial bridal bower honoring Linda Larson was icld at the Doan Methodist church Monday evening. Becky Brandow registered the quests. A short program was presented with Mrs. Gerald Bahling in charge. It included a piano duet by Janet Cunningham and Charlene Asa. Charlene also presented a piano solo. Assisting the bride-to-be opening her gifts were Ruby anc Roseann Alexander, Becky Bran dow, Charlene Asa and Jane Cunningham. Hazel Larson presid ed at the tea table. Hostesses were mothers of thos who were in Linda's confirmatioi class, Mesdames llo Buffington Gerald Bahling, Fred Asa ani Lyle Alexander. BOB RIEDEL AND DOYLE DAILEY PHONE CY 4-2831 (21 TFN) SHAMPOO YOUR RUGS AND CARPET AT HOME! Now you can RENT our wonderful Clarke Shampoo Equipment and make your carpets and rugs like NEW again. It's an easy, safe, low cost way to keep your rugs and carpets bright and sanitary. You get sparkling results and clean an average size rug in less than an hour. Shampooing your own rugs is as easy as vacuuming . . . colors reappear bright and sparkling and you prolong their life. Yes — dirt and stains vanish in clean white foam when you do-it-yourself with our rental equipment. And, the cost is so small. We'll show you how to do a safe, fast job . . . supply everything you need. Phone today ... or better yet, come in and see us. SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT CY 4-4?53 3 East State na and Darlene Miller. Sunday guests at the Allen Hinckley home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandt and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. George Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prange and Bobby and LeRoy Schultz all of Wells, Minn., Lois Prange, Minneapolis, Boyd Shipler and Larry Hinckley, Aberdeen, So. Dak. A picnic dinner was held at the Del mar Angus home Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Duane 'hristensen and family, Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Imith and Kevin, Swea City, Mr. nd Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, David and Janell, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus and family. The Goodwill truck will be in Burt June 6. Contributions are needed and will be appreciated. Bags may be obtained at the home of Gladys Hawcott and should be returned to her home by June 5. Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau were hosts to guests in Deanna's honor following graduation Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson, Carroll, spent several days with his sister and family, the Larry Holdings. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood spent the weekend at Cedar Falls where she visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lockwood. She also visited Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Bearse, former residents of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad entertained relatives and friends n honor of their daughter, Cheryl, •ollowing graduation and baccalaureate services. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus entertained guests at their home ollowing graduation Friday night, n honor of their daughter, Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell en- ertained guests at their home ollowing commencement in honor jf their son, Kielh. Guests at the P. J. McGuire home on Sunday were Elizabeth McGuire and Earl Anderson, Man : kato and Mrs. Jim Marlow and children, Lone Rock. Saturday guests at the Delmar Angus' home were Mrs. Lavern Smith and Kevin and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and David ,and a friend of David. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding at- ended funeral services for a riend, Richard Wiese, Algona, Tuesday. Jerry Wieners had guests following commencement in honor of their daughter Carole. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holding : Bruce Jr., Mark, and Brett, Santa Fe Springs, Cal., arrived at the parental Cliff Holding home Saturday for a several weeks visit. They will also visit with his brother Larry and family. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Christenser and family, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus. They came to attend the graduation of Mrs. Christensen's sister, Joyce Angus. Honor Scout Leader Cliff Abbas, Burt Scout leader was presented with a complc! Scoutmaster's uniform in appre ciation of his work with the Bo Scouts in Burt, by members c tne Lions club at their meeting Monday evening. Making the presentation was Dale Lockwood. In business transacted following the 6:30 dinner, officers for the new dub year were elected. They are: Harley Hanson, president, Clifford Holding, 1st vice, Harold Martin, 2nd vice, George Becker, 3rd vice, Herman Rachut, Jr., sec -treas., Lewis Finch, tail twister, Darrell McFarland, Lion lamer, and Fred Hilton, Kenneth Sarchut, Harlan Lacy and Al Hincklev directors. The officers will be installed at the June meeting. The Lions wives will be invited to attend. For entertainment the group was shown a film by Fred Hilton. Ladies preparing and serving the dinner were Celia Scott, Beth Miller, Geiiavt've Spry and Nellie Clark. Hcci-ivt Awards Janet Black received the citizenship award given by the Kossuth I County Bar Association. The award was given during commencement I I'xwi.se.s Friday evening. Recip- ; ients of other awards were Cheryl Lovstad, validictorian, and Keith Mitchell, salututorian. Eveljn Chcrland and Lurry Westling re- i ceived copies of "I Dare You" given by the Oaiisforth Foundation. The Boy Scouts are receiving training in the- proper caie, handling and shooting of rifles. Thoir instructor is Bruce Graham, who is a member of the National Rifle Association. Farm Damage Is Severe In The Lone Rock Area Lone Hock — High winds causec considerable damage on several farms in the Lone Hock area Tuesday evening, May 22. Hardest hit was the Roger Jensen farm where the garage was completely demolished, large trees uprooted in the grove and minor damage done to other buildings. Part of the garage roof was found some distance away in the grove, and part of it was by the house and on the clothesline. Jack Gerhart was in his steer shed feeding the cattle when the wind struck and took the tin roof completely off the building. About :iO trees in the grove were blown down. At the Merwin Hurlburt farm, damage was confined to a smashed hay bunk, an uprooted plum tree, a fence blown down, and a tipped- over feed house. There was some damage at the Ray Laabs farm to the garage and the chimney. SEXTON NEWS The Glenn Gabrielson family survived one of their super active weeks. The family accompanied by Mrs. Gabrielson's mother, Mrs. Vinnie Laymon and Mr. Gabrielson's mother, Mrs. Martin Gabrielson of Starbuck, Minn, spent Mothers Day at Ames. Another former Sexton resiil. nt was u weekend guest at the McMahon home here. Frank GULT- dette now has an apartment at Mason City and is much improved after his long illness. derson presented a recital May 20 in Congregational center. On the program were Douglas and Lee Ann Schenck, Randy and Lori Calhoun, Rebecca Tordoff, Nancy Asa, Becky Erpelding, Wendy Gardner, Joyce Gabrielson, Krisly Kent, Jane Walker, Marilyn Dau, Patty Praser, Debby Kelley, Mary Jane Stock, Jo Ellen Baas, Ruth Benschoter, Becky Tielebein, Marla and Jerrel Wittkopf, Alan and Charlene Asa, Linda and Zelda Meehlhause, Carol Mae Gerike, Linda Bishop and Sharon Menneke. Virginia Schultz and Lark Whittemore were unable to be present. _o— Bel Canto music club elected new officers at the last meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. M. G. Bourne Wednesday. Mrs. Rex Taylor is new president; Mrs. Glen Graham, vice president; Mrs. Vernon Jensen, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Larry Leanaugh, recording secretary; and Mrs. Geo. Sefrit, treasurer. Mrs. Richard Burt was named historian and Mrs. Louis Ke'lly, librarian. —o— Seven Girl Scouts received the God and Community Award at the Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Max Bartholomew, leader of Troop 422, presented Gail Bartholomew, Susan Moulton, Peggy Schutter and Becky Hakes; Mrs. Walter Boeckholt, leader of troop 423, presented Cheri Boeckholt, Linda Sands and Eloise Tracy. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason will attend commencement exercises at Drake University in Des Moines June 4. Their daughter, Mary Susan Ogland, will be graduated with a bachelor of arts degree. She will teach next year at Forest City. Memorial Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson will be Dr. and Mrs. Ray Hobson and Alice of Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Hobson of Fort Dodge. Presbyterians will have Vacation Church School week day mornings June 4 through 15. Department directors will be Mrs. Robert Richter, Mrs. Dick Meyer, Mrs. Leon Martin, Mrs. Joseph Skow and Mrs. Myron Brower. Mr. and Mrs. George Carmody and sons of Clinton arrived Thursday for a few days visit with relatives and friends here. They are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook. Metho-Mates of the Methodist church re-elected officers at their May meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wickliff are presidents, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, secretary- treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hermann are the proud parents of a one month old baby girl by adoption. The little miss has been named Bridget Ann. Ted, Joe and Tom Hutchison arrived here Saturday from Scottsdale, Ariz, and will spend the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera. Peter Heldt plans to spend the Memorial Day holiday with his daughter at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lillian Blumer will be hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. to the Happy Birthday club Friday. Birthdays being observed were Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs. Frank Vera. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sterling have as their guest their daughter, Mrs. Blaine Nelson and two girls from Aruba. Mr. and Mrs. William Wegener of Clinton spent from Tuesday until Thursday visiting Kossuth county relatives. They were house guests of Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Mrs. A. J. Eason, who has an extensive doll collection, had several parties to share it with her pupils at Lucia Wallace school recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Obcrwct- ter, former Algona residents now of Bedford, spent the weekend here. —o— Bill Pinn and Horace Clapsaddle spent a few days last week at Cass Lake, Minn. They report the fishing the best in several years. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomplnn dad as their guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Klabunde of Hutchison, Minn. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller arc parents of a six pound, seven ounce daughter born Wednesday at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hemmen are the parents of twins born May 24 at St. Ann hospital. The boy weighed six pounds, two ozs. and the girl, six pounds, 15 ozs. —o— Dr. and Airs. Daniel Bray became the parents of a 7 pound, 6 ounce son born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason were visited recently by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eason and daughter of Alton. C.D.A. Officers Installed At Breakfast Here Court St. Cecelia held its annual May breakfast May 20. A large crowd attended and heard a few words from Sonia Rozo, exchange student from Colombia. During breakfast, music was provided by Rosemary Gisch, Elaine Bruch and Marie Thill on flutes, and Donna Kayser, Susan Bode, and Janet Erpelding on clarinets. Highlight of the morning was the presentation of a check for $1,000 to Msgr. Gearen from the C.D.A. WE HAVE | DISPOSABLE', 1 K. FILTER BAGS j for all General Electric Vacuum Cleaners ONIY $1.25 pocfcag* at IU canittM Fo> belt performance us* only bogft tworing thit tradtmarfc. GENERAL© ELECTRIC BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE CY 4-3613 ALGONA DR. D D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA L. A. Newbrough REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE -FOR- SUPERVISOR Fourth District, Kossuth County Your Support at the June Primary Monday, June 4 Will Be Appreciated. Phone CY 4.3535-^guf Newspaper r AS MODERN AS TOMORROW... AS TRADITIONAL AS YESTERDAY II CENTURY __^^MM^i, fc . , DIAMOND BRIDAL SET Uniquely styled In your choice of 14 karat white or yellow gold. 3-DIAMOND ENSEMBLE Gracefully created in your choice of 14 karat white or yellow gold. Unique, modern settings, aglow with exquisite diamonds ... a superb tribute to the lady you love. We invite you to view these newest achievements in diamond beauty. •Inspired by the S«attl« Worlcf I Fair EASY CREDIT TERMS Registered Jeweler - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA VOTE FOR CHARLES PLATHE SUPERVISOR FOR THE FIRST DISTRICT (GARFIELD, RIVERDALE, SHERMAN, LuVERNE, IRVINGTON, WHITTEMORE AND CRESCO TOWNSHIPS). IN THE JUNE 4 PRIMARY ELECTION YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED (20-21) VOTE FOR BEN SIEHLMANN 1 CANDIDATE FOR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION I SUPERVISOR 3rd DISTRICT - Kossuth County t Former and Taxpayer Your Vote & Support Will it Approbated

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