The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1962 · Page 3
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6-Alg6fig (la.) Upper P« Motne» Tuesday, July 3, 1962 ,: AROUND AUGONA •> The iii'ifililiorliood summer (healer gavt' ils first performance of the season June 20, a product ion. "Journey lo a Soulhern Music Land" in the Louis Heilly garav-. Eileen Heilly was director and p,\i- durer. Mr. anil Mrs. Dean Parroll and Judy and Marne are vacationing for two weeks at Lake Okoboji. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Al Buchanan and Greg and Bucky went to Baraboo, Wis. to visit Dr. and Mrs. Bob Dewel and to bring their daughter Lynn home after a visit there. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feasler had as callers Friday Mr. .and Mrs. Vern Feastor and family of Los Angeles. Richard Feaster went to Bradgate Wednesday to to spend a few days with his grandmother, Mrs. Ole Knutson. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simon and three daughters, former Algona residents now of Cedar Rapids spent a recent weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Norton. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris have as guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morn's and daughter of Milwaukee, Wis. The women are sisters. —o— Mrs. Milton Dahl was visited last week by her granddaughter, Peggy Vinson, Rock Rapids. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson. came for her Saturday and spent the weekend here. Virginia last week lo attend funeral services for a sister. —_o— June Simpson of Stale Meanly Salon look her operators Nina Weber, Karen Schultz and Viola Hanson, to Des Moines recently to attend a cosmetologists' meeting —o— Chuck .Obenvetter returned (o Bedford after a two week visit here. He is the son of the A. \V. Oberwetters, former Algonans. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Ues Hardy attended the Pratt-Senti wedding at Denmark June 22. —o— Pain Waller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, recently returned from a three-week lour of the Seattle World's Fair, San Francisco, Reno, Denver. Salt Lake City and points west. She accompanied Linda O'Neill and Kay Johnson, both of Mitchell, S. D. —o— Methodist young people attending camp this week at Lake Okoboji include Cheri Boeckholt, Pam Kees, Becky Hakes, Carol Teeter and Linda Sands. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Oodden are the parents of a seven pound, eight ounce daughter born June 25 at the local hospital. —o— Mrs. Rebecca Lawman went to Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey be came grandparents 'for the'fin time when a son, Garrett Da vie was born June 1!) to Mr and Mi Willis Erdmann at Anaheim, Cat Mrs Erdman is the former JoAnr Muckey. This also makes Mr anc Mrs Lloyd Muckey great-grand parents for the firs't time. Jeanette Sorensen is a patient a St. Mary's hospital at Rochester Minn. Her mother, Mrs Mable Sorensen is with her. —o— Margaret Durant spent VVetlnes day at Mason City where she gave a program, "Songs of the Civil LOW COST HOSPITAL PLAN FOR CATHOLICS Save with our 85-year-old Catholic Society! Low moneysaving rates. Protection available for hospital room and board, doctor fees, X-rays, oxygen, blood transfusions, lab fees, maternity care and many similar expenses. Choose only the benefits you want and need. Send for free information. No obligation. Western Catholic Union, 3835 W. University Ave., Des Moines la HOME OFFICE: QUINCY. ILLINOIS Rush free information on insurance. Name Agc Address Cil y ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..State (AUDM 24-25-26) PRICES GOOD THRU SAT., JULY 7 War" nt a meeting of the North Iowa Writers Club. She was assisted by Mrs Roger Farrer of Mason City, pianist. —o— Mr and Mrs Keith Christie are parent.': of a (i pound. 12 ounce daughter born Juno •_>-! here. There are three other daughters in the family. —o— Rev. Myron It rower was appointed lo the executive committee on National Missions for the Synod of Iowa last week at a three-day meeting at Iowa State Universitv at Amos. Other members- of ihi- locul Presbyterian church attending the meeting and Synodical. the women's group, were Mrs Brower, Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow, Mr-! Dick Meyer. Mr ;ind Mrs Beniamin Meyer of Lone Rock, air! Mrs A. E. Kresensky. Mr :md Mrs Itobcrt Kollaseli are sarents of a nine pound. 12 ounce laughter born June 2K here. Mrs <ollasch is the former Irene El lert and (hero is another daughtei ind tuo sons in the family. —o— Mr and Airs Harry Trejjanza an- pprents of a seven pwm.l i.: ounce son horn June 2K here. —o— Joan Post. <1 a u "hi IT of Mr and Mrs Dick Post, is spending the summer with an aunt and uncle at Bridgeton, Mo., a suburb of St. Louis. The Post son Bob is attending summer school at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Pratt-Senti Nuptials Sfvrral Indies of the local Methodist church will he attending n missionary education seminar officers training school fur WSCS officers at West Bend July 9 beginning at 9:30 a.m. Reservations are to be made with Mrs Georgt Wolf, president of the Algona society. Mrs Louis Kclley will teach one of the morning classes on missions in East Asia. —o— Tlic official board of tlic MHIi- odist church will meet this evening, (Monday) with the new chairman, Stanley Muckey, presM ing. Rev. Newton Coughenour am! Mrs George Wolf will speak. Tom Hutchison, who recently received his B.A. degree from Stanord University in California, is spending the summer in Europe vith a group of former Grinnel! •ollege friends. Tom is the sou f Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison. A family dinner was served June B at the Algona Mooie lodge hon- ring Ted Devine a recent grad- late of Mooseheart. Out of town ?uests were Ted's uncle George ionald of Livermore, two aunts Mayme and Margaret Devine of Livermore and a cousin, Barney Devine of Sioux City. —o— Mrs Ray Took. Mrs Jack I.im- baugh, Mrs Merle Pratt. Mrs Wendell Jergenson. Mrs Wes Hardy Mrs R. B. Waller and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee will be hostesses at a miscellaneous bridal shower fur Mrs James Pratt Saturday afternoon at the V.F.W. hall. Pum Waller, Jean and Mary Ann Sigsbee and Cind\ Hardy will assist in the serving. Judging Schools Slated For 4-H Members Here Thoroson Urns, of Swea City anc Kent and Claude Seely of Algona will be host to 4-H club members and their parents at two livestock judging training schools scheduled for July 10 and July 13. According to Robert C. Johnson, county extension associate, the schools are held to help members and parents learn more about proper selection of livestock for greater profit and pleasure. The workouts will start at 6:30 p.m. Classes to be judged July 10 at .he Thoreson Bros, will include baby beeves, dairy, market pigs and breeding gilts. Their farm is ocated three miles west and hree north of Swea City. Classes of beef heifers, bulls, market lambs and breeding ewes vill be judged July 13 at Claude ind Kent Seely's. Their farm is located five miles northeast of Algona on the blacktop road. termined injuries when she fell at her home at 609 East Kennedy street here Sunday. She was taken by ambulance to the local hospital, then was expected to be transferred to Park hospital at Mason City sometime today ( Monday) for further treatment. NEED PRINTING? The Upper Dos Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job loo small; no job too big. Wednesday thru Saturday "Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation" 1:307:15-9:30. Sunday "Follow That Dream" 1:30-3:35-5:40-7:50-9:55. Monday thru Wednesday, 7:159:20. BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR Ann Miirie Senti became the bride of James Lloyd Pratt in a ceremony Friday evening, June 21, in the Congregational church at Denmark. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Senti of Denmark and the bridegroom a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt of Algona. Rev. Robert McPhearson officiated nt the ceremony. Mrs. Marilyn North way was ;>rganist and Susan Powers soloist. The bride was attended by her sister Kathryn Senti as maid of honor. Richard Pratt was his brother's best man. Stephen Senti and Larry Pratt, brothers of the couple, Phil Egel, Algona, and Charles Misman of Woden were ushers. The bride wore a ballerina length gown of nylon sheer over taffeta. The closely fitted bodice was styled with short sleeves and scooped neckline. The bodice was accented by a floral applique of large velvet roses and organza petals. This was repeated down the front of the fully gathered skirt. An all-pearl tiara held the silk English illusion veil. Immediately following the ceremony, a.reception was held in the church parlors. Among the guests from this area besides the bridal party, were the bridegroom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher, and Mr. and Mrsi Wes Hardy. The bride attended State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls and was employed at National Research Cr. at Burlington. The bridegroom is a graduate of Algona high school and is a senior at State College of Imui. The couple is at home in Cedar Falls. . L'DM Engraving) Falls In Home Mrs. Frank Geigel, well-known Algona woman, suffered unde- 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. PORCH & FLOOR ENAMEL Top quality guaranteed Davis Enamel. Use inside or outside. 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