The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1962 · Page 7
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6-Atflono (la.) Upper 5e$ Moines Tuesday, June 5, 1962 Gets Weidenhoff Award CWfrp Hostess Mrs Henry Elbcrt gave n coffee Friday morning honoring Mrs Duane Thornton, nee Evelyn Mo Kim, Tulsa, Okla., who has spent a few days with her parents, Miami Mrs William McKim. .Miss McKnroo Weds Mrs Leo McEnroe and her dan- Franklin Jrnscn. A11^011:1. has a different method of fording blank sheets of sled to a brake press a( the Weidenhoff plant here in Algona. This method increased operation efficiency and ke'-ps hands from the moving dies. E. Mains Plant Supt. looks on while E. Walter, Weidenhoff Corporation Treasurer, presents Franklin Jensen with a Gift Certificate in appreciation of his accomplishment. E R DE AA O I OCiC ghter Mrs John Rube. Spencer, gave a miscellaneous shower May 27 for Patricia McEnroe, whose marriage to Albert Roheski took place Saturdav. June 2. Twenty- five guests were present. At (iraduatinn Sue. daughter of, Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr. Des Moines, will be graduated June 7 from Roosevelt high school. Mrs Edna Harr and Mr and Mrs ,1. P. Smith plan to go to Des Moines and will attend the reception to he giu-n following the exercises. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Family I'ciiniim Mrs Elsie Hart has been hero from Willision. N. D . visiting friends and also at Titonka witi relatives. She attended a famih reunion last Sunday at IV Ambrose Call State park at \O ; i h i;7 persons were in attemKinn . Family Picnic A family picnic was held Sunday at Ambrose tall State Park for Mrs Josephine Scribner. who is here from California visiting Mr and Mrs Vincent P'sser and other relatives in the vicinity. Mrs Mary Art/.., was Guderian, Phoenix honored at a party Thursday evening at Mrs Frank Ostrum's. Guests were member.- o( a birthday club of which the honoree was a member when living here. Mrs James Allen. Mrs Esther Benson. Mrs Esther Helberg. Atha Hardgrove. Mrs Ray Cook. Mrs Elizabeth Post, Mrs Frank Vera and Mrs Nellie Van Allen. Farewell Tea Members of the First Baptist church gave ;i farewell tea May 27 for Rev. and Mrs J. R. Fountain who have left to make their i home at Prescott. Ariz. Circle '2 \ served, the deacons gave the program and guest speaker was Rev. Wolfe, Titonka. WHETHER THE HOME IS ONE YOU'RE BUILDING NOW, OR BUILT LONG AGO First Birthday Mrs Bill Lampright entertained at a party May 2K in honor of her daughter Linda's first birthday. Present were Mrs Dick McGinnis. Mike and Jan. Mrs Walter Siemans and Sandy, Mrs Ed Kuhnke and Maureen. Mrs Melvin Meyer. Bryan and David. Mrs Chuck j Schaeffer. Dirk anil E'aula and Kay j Ann Arend. Other callers were j Mrs David Sweet. Debra and Judv. ! Guests in the home of Mrs. Hazel Carroll, in honor of her son, Billy Carroll, after commencement May :M were: the Web Stewarts, Bill Trennrys, Louis Barllelts, Wilbur Spears, Robert H. Spears, Ted Trcnells and Mary, Art Kahler, the Alvin Hardcopfs and Dennis Car* rolls of LuVerne, Mrs. Mary Rosen- mcyer of St. Benedict, Mrs. Mary Carroll and Lucille, the Judd St. Johns, Steve Loss's and Mrs. Fannie Albright, Nova and Chester, all of Algona and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms were Sunday evening visitors in the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mr. and Mrs. W. .J. Stewart went to Mankato Sunday where they attended baccalaureate services at Mankato State College. Their son David graduated June 5. David has a job as an internal revenue auditor. lie and his wife and baby will be in St. Paul for a time, but will also spend some time in \uehita. Kans., where he will re- eeivc more schooling. A Memorial Day picnic was held at the home of Mr. ancl Mrs. Bernard Phelps. Attending were Mrs. Cera Stow of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stow and Mr. and Mrs. ! Cecil Godfredson of Humboldt, Mrs. Mervin Johnson and children of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sill and boys of LuVerne. Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase and Mr. and Mrs. Le- Koy Phelps and boys were afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cunningham of Elmore and Rev. and Mrs. Glen Klennicott of O'Neil. N'ebr. were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and family enjoyed a family picnic Memorial Day at the home of Mrs. Clara Marlow, Burt. Others at- were Mr. and Mrs. Richard "STATE FAIR" Coming to the Algonn Theatre Thursday for One Week. We say this because, while we do provide you with electricity, we also want you to get your full measure of efficiency and pleasure from it. Homes built years ago were not wired with today's modern electrical appliances in mind. As a result, some homes may be overloading their old circuits, or endangering their property by inadequate or worn out wiring. We suggest as a measure of both safety and economy, you check your own sduat'on with any one of the competent electrical filing available. Grandson Graduates Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry at:ended graduation exercises Vewman high school. Mason City, 'or their grandson. Phillip Berrie on of Mr and Mrs Roy Berrie ^hillip received a S300 scholarship rom L'nited Home Bank. S100 cholarship as a result of achieve- ent in American College Test- ng program examination and Jausch & Lomb award for highest science. He was vice-pres. of udent council and letterman in football, basketball and baseball. Bristow and family of LuVerne. Mrs. Lucille Seegebarth of Lone Rock, Mrs. Velma Olson of Blue ~ at i Earth, Mr. ancl Mrs. Larry Holding and family of Burt and Wayne Eckoes of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family, Harold Harms and Sandra Schadendorf of Lone Rock spent Memorial Day at Iowa Lake fishing. Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hood of Fort Dodge, who lived in and around Algona for several years, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 10. Open house will be held at Parish Center, Corpus Christi Church. Fort Dodge, la. from 2 to 5 p.m. The Hoods will be honored by their sons and daughters; Mr and Mrs Gene Hood of Algona, Mr and Mrs Jerry Hood of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Vincent Brennan of Algona, Mr and Mrs Al Lichter, West Des ; Moines and Mr and Mrs Faber ; Hood, Carroll, Iowa. : Invitations have been sent to the | immediate family; and all other relatives and friends are curd. iallv invited. copied often BUT never equalled 11 •„ a n 0 . . a rdages of or old. p , be ?ure that you have planned •ts ei'f- S'jfdc c-'it and wring ade- -| feifcct. cal I., ng . . . today and d it w,M pay you to check into the ELECTRICAL HEAT your ALGONA Municipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" Honor Graduate Vernell Ludwig Jr.. was graduated recently from darriL'an high -ehool and in his honor a reeep- lion, was h"ld at the home- of In- p:.rer.t-. Mr and Mi , \ >• \ 1) i. M ,|. w.(' Sr follow \\ij> the '/.•!< !-.•:.; In attendance wi-re Mr and Mr- Jam.-- Thilfje-. Mr and Mr- K| IIH-I I.tid-Av' arid K,.T..-!.I. and Arnold l.udv.;;:. \Ve-t FVnd. Mr ami Mr- Kdwin Jo;, nt Allj-rt Lea '. Jo;.r' ; ! 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Main CY 4-3451 Lovely Ann-Margret provides the necessary stimulation and inspiration for Pat Boone's singing, romancing and daredevil auto racing in Hodgers and Hammerstein's cinemusical "State Fair." The 2()th Crntury-Fox CincmaScope-DeLuxe Color production^, co-starring Bobby Darin, Pamela Tiffin, Tom Ewell and Alice Faye in her screen return, opens Thursday at the Algona Theater. Mrs. Herman Gruis and Mrs. Dorothy Rippentrop of Buffalo Center visited Sunday in the Herman Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ferndahl of Algona were visitors in the Victor Fitch home Memorial Day and supper guests in the George Hix home. Leo Clark was a dinner guest in the Ray Fitch home Memorial Day. Mr. ancl Mrs. Virgil Barrett of Lakota were afternoon visitors. The Barretts and Mrs. Fitch went to Livermore where they visited the cemetery and Mrs. Fitch visited her daughter, Mrs. Forbus Stiltz while the Barretts visited (he Guy Raneys and the Rasmus Olsons. Itfrs. 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