The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1962
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8-Algont> (la.) Upper Des Meines Tuesday, June 26, 1962 Wed At Fenton, June 10 son, Merwyn Jr., folIowhiR examination of confiri'nanfs Friday evening. C.uosls were Paslor A. F.. Vchlins. Mr and Mrs Herman Music. Mr and Mrs Orris Cushimn nnd family. Mr and Mrs Unrold Rocker, Grandpa V'oiglit and Fmil Elmers. Mr and Mrs Rudy Peter enter tainci.l in honor of ilvir s-nn. Dnane's confirmation S u n d a y Guests were Mrs Hosino \Vo!(er and Flma, Mr nnd Mrs Carl Peter and family and Gor;.kiino \<>N haar. Mr and Mrs Arthur Zuriarl- and i-irls. Mr and Mi-.-; Fdun Ltiedtke and family. Mr and Mr- Joe Olson and fa'nilv. Charles Kline and Mr Mr* Johnny Harm 1 *. Debm and DJMe Mrs M I. I.icht. r. I.o ; ; Tommy arrivd hom' 1 Tm^ after visiting sin' 1 " Jirv -! a: Gerald Gannan home i'i C^i Christi. Wlu> there, and Lois a-<i-!ed in tht'ir daui'.'.'er and SIM. r ..r-! !•• new daughter. Chi.r'cno K.r. Tommy alien !''d a ILL' le.uue I\IM hall game Sundav. I .-;? Vf; f Mason C'itv v. here sh" b.- •• n '••>• .' <>:<• ; a? " r^,-:<•;••: i n:'-- • i Mercy hospital. Several Purl men i>! • • ' ; - •'.' annual iv>!f I' unw a' '.' • ' '' " daughter. Mrs Cliff Holding. Rev. and Mrs Henry Friedrich and family spent overnight Sunday with her mother. Mrs Ella Meyer. Monday, (hey went to Fen- Inn to >ec his brother, Rev. Robert Friedrich, before he left for his fir-it pastorate in Connecticut. Paslor and Mrs Wm. Sheer and their family will arrive around .Inly in. Paslor Sheer will be ordained al Grand Haven, Mich. .luly H. .Inly 15. he will bo installed a? pastor of St. John's. The Sheer family consists of Sandra. 17. Scoti. \'i. Steven. 10. Jolyn, 7 and twins, Karen and Kristen, .1 \e ''s -ild. A class of seven young people were received into St John's Lu theian church by confirmation of f tith by Paslor A. I". Vehling June !7 Members of the class were M'Twwi Cimninpham. Jr., Victoria Needier, I.orcli Lavronz, Conni? McFarland. Duane Peter. Pamela Mu -iicr - ind Dennis Wicpand. N .!r an 1 Mrs Kate Holding, Steven and Terry left Monday for tr.»-ir home in Pico Hiverin, Cal. ..1 er vi-i!ing the pas! month with !.:- p,,;v;i!-'. the I'liff Holdings ;• re i:r.d with relatives and fer, Arlene Wood, ttilma Carlson, Virginia Becker, June Sparks Elizabeth Kennedy, Mamie Fitch, Edith Jandl and Vera Fitch. Guests were Hazel Larson, Maude Mix, Lillian Sehrado and Vickie and Camie Lou Bisque. Elgcna Young, Edith Jandl and Virginia Becker were in charge of Ihe program and surprise number. Margaret Govern and Lillian Sen- rader gave a piano duct and contests and games were played, I-A-a Shipler, Elgena Young and Vern Fitch winning prizes. Hostesses, Sarah Stewart, Emily I.arsen and Flossie Bartlett furnished the dessert and coffee, oilier members each bringing a hot dish. Airs John Opheim, Dawn and Johnny were dinner guests in (he Jay Steven home Sunday. Jennie Steven was also home for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker and family left SunUay for Duhuquo where they visited in the new home of Dr. and Mrs Thomas Johns. The Johns moved into their new home Juno 4. Dr. Johns is vice president of (he University of Dubiique. Mr ami Mrs Jesse Harms visiled their new granddaughter Sunday in the hospital in Algona. A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs And- Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel Brush, who were married at the Fcntnn Methodist church. June 10. and whose wedding story appeared on the Fenton Reporter page last week, are pictured above. The bride is (he former Evalon Sehlei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Sehlei. The bridegroom is a son of .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brush of Crinnell. Iowa, lie is an electrical engineer at Hampton. Va. where the couple will make their home. iKirkham foto — t : DM engraving) Burl tedyard Girls Affend Miami Meeting Burl — Two Kos<:uih counlv pirls. Dcana Wiemer. Leclvard and Judy Hinckley. Bur!. !rfi Tlairs I: y for the National Alpha Chi Om^'-i for-r':y con-Tifion al Mi-mi. FL-i July. daiiuht'T '-.' Mr and Mr Al Hinckley, is th" voting df'- r.\!< of !hr- Mu Chapter Al-Jr-i Chi' n Simps-n c'i'!'.-ne. and hn"i ^hi- nr oiis:s V.'ien'.'. r v. ill :.(.•'. j. •>•;•,.• ; . j Farland, Lion tamer. Fred Hilton I and Kenneth Sarchet. new direr- tors. Al Hinckley and llarlcn Lacy. , holdoxc r directors. I A short business i program followed. j President Ray McWhortcr pair-' Iribute in behalf of fellow Lions to Dr. J. G. ClapsflridK v.h.i was rc- j cci'tiy a-.var-k'd a life m^mlxTMiip ' in the Ko.-.suth county medical association, the Staie medical association and the American medical association. I Fvr c.itertainmc'n*. ti.e McWhor- j Icrs '-•htnvcd ^iii'es of their a ip !r ! ; Al-r;ka. Sunday. They vvcr" Kun ('••,,-•!-, r i Dale LockwiHid. P:vil !I:is-" a'.d i Harold Mar!in : Mr and Mi-- Har'-y ^'an^ enferiainc'.l in honor of (heir dau- chtcr. f'onnie's confir"na' ; on c i; n ,d.-iy. (luc-j's wore '''inr-if's rr-':v'- j parents. Xr and Mrs Fer'i:":i'"' ! riruhn. K.nme'- 1 . 'I c M! Farland. also Vr and Mr-; ( •""! Long anil Stevic aid Mr and Mr- Lawrence Riedel, Linda and B";i\ ' Al.aona. j Pnrlhind -- Portland 1 Shirley Srhvvietert. who j-,- ^:n-j C!ub Ivid a pit nic an I guest dav i ployed as a dieli'ician at Mctnn<i- | a! ih' 1 I'or'land community hail 1 ist hospital. Roche.-'e''. «')fni frn'ri | June _'l. The day bee;'n uilh a i Friday e> enim; until Tuesdav v. i'i' ! hot ; 'i-'h luncheon. Portland Club Has Guest Day And Luncheon row Harms .time If! weighing 0 pounds, 7 ounces. She has boon limned Uremia l,ee. Mrs Frnnk Mocker received n enll from hor sisler, Mrs Thotnns Johns of Dubiique, snyiiif? they were plnnninp lo be up Hiis weekend to visit relnlives mid friends here. Dr. .Johns will nttentl a 1'reshyterinn Synndiciil nt Amos. About 100 relatives nnd friends gathered Thursday evening at the Burt Presbyterian church for a shower in honor of Alvina Harms, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, who will be married June ao to Phil Carlson, son of Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson. Levant Moore and girls and Leona ITaase attended a picnic dinner ot the Chris Haase home Sunday in honor of Father's t)ay, with HAIL INSURANCE Hail losses were heavy in 1961. Don't be a victim in 1962. Insure now with Farmers Mutual Hail and be safe. Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field is included at no extra cost. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 North Dodge CY 4-4443 i her parer.N and' ' Schwieterts and Pat. the Merle Mr? Pear! D.mic's. who ha- meeting and spent the pas' :; month? vi'h her daughter. Mr? Finv. r Kicr;;.:. Richmond. ?>Io . ; - nru vsith h'.'r Member-; a'ten ling were i!;" Mcsdames Eva Shipler. F:mily Lnr- | -en, Sarah Stewart. Flossie Ban- i l''tt. Margaret Govern, f'lgena I V"un.r[. H;'/.el Steven. Myrtle Zwi- f. I. I"ila Lamp-,'. Mar.e-ii-"t -\rndo 1 '- : 2323 GRAND '^^vzm^rl^r MOINES, IOWA IMPERIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES | Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiliated Fund Broad Strop! Investing Corp. Chemical Fund Kloclronies Investment Corp. Fidelity Capital Fundamental Investors Fidelity Trend Massachusetts Inv. Trust Imperial Fund, Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington Fund Imperial Capital Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Hingsted, Iowa PHONE - Volunteer 6-0648 On '],'• •-. 'ei- ir;:, <;.,> ,,-,.i . ,,, . to vi -.-! Vv'a^hii-^'ou, D. C.. M Vermont and other historical sights. They plan to return about July H. Untherinp \'F\V h-o; - J.IVl \'r .• p"!'! 1. • ' Br :V\T. ?.!r Install Of.'icr-rs Newly elected officers of the Burt Lions dub w, re inst.illi-d r^- cently. W ;v >.'s ,,f die m.-mber- \vei-e invited quests. Officers eh-cud and inM'il'.i';' wen- Hurley Hunsen. pn-ni!..); Clifford H.)|,unK. in \ ,ce pre-irlfni Hurolrl Murlin, 2nd \ic-e Family Gc!-ToR«-thrr A Laurit'-on family "• .s held at -h • Ivj-'' Sunday in henur of M ii • ! i r ' \ -•:>'•• .•••I '.•-:.!.:-..: •„, -L BuJ •in 1 .'.ir.s Marl Elm r:- ., . . Bceckholts, the Earl Elmorcs and Mrs Elmore's sisters, Mr and Mrs Deward St. John, the Fi-ance-s .\'el- •ons. f.'ie \'crle Elmorcs. the Leo FJmores, Carrie St. John. Jr.i Elmore. Wilfred St. John, the- Charles Kim-ires. Mr and Mr-. Earl I.Jiint-en a.-,il Cr.uj and Mr and THE CADILLAC YEARS REPRESENTING IMPERIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES WAYZATA BLVD. Minneapolis, Minn. N ITU '' Mr and Mr, k ,1-nd I.a-.r 'm „ , ----• - -• .•!•••,. , rcnz and farrMlv fur di:ir.,-r Sundav i Heeler. :!n.l vice, Herman Ilachu' " n honor <f Lori-h's c.ip.f.rni.itii.n ' Jr.. sL'crutary - treaMirer. I.eui, Mr an i \,r h M(r."-i (Tir n ' ; tiPch^ta,! iv.!ster, Darrell Mv- ham i-nttrta:;-,^! 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