The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 4
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«-Atgona (la.) Upper Des Motnes TUESDAY, JULY 10, Mr mid Mrs Phil Diamond July -1 al Miison City with r'ola- livt'S. Air and Mrs Glen Graham have ft'< guest Marion ("hipmnn. Puta- gorda, Flu. Mr and Mrs I.awrenre Oillrcpie have as guests this week Mr* Ralph Raney and Mrs Russell Pil- chrr. Chicago. Mr and Mrs Ed Gocrke and Mr ;ind Mrs Vincent Esser have been \isiled by Mr and Mrs Clifford Ksser, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs r. A. Geilenfrld had as guests Friday Mr and Mr* Arnold Dreyer, California, and Mrs Km ma Dreyer. Fenton Kathleen Griffin will complete' her eour-i' at summer school in another week. She is attending ! school at Buena Vista to'lego. Storm Lake. Judy \a«by is spending a month ;it Albuquerque. \ew Mex. with Mr and Mrs Wayne Massing, fpon her return home she will enter upon her studies at Concordia college. Moorhead. Minn. Mr and Mrs Russell Guster have had as guests Mr and Mrs Wayne Mrs Carrie Rmirnr is hrinfi \ivii ed by Mrs Lottie \Vhi!nr\ \Ihr-; I oa. Minn Mr and Mr< Uilliam <r h»/l iu ein-st* the Fourth Fnvi }~.r,pf-\ :>r\: Louis Siems. Pavenvw! Mr and Mrs KrnnMh ( h.5,i Mr ai\i Mrs 1 .srrx iX*,-.r. roll. :;s «wke:vi p>rs:s | Mrs RO<P Sabm ua< \ iviiei MWktTnl bv Mi' ;.ri^ Mrs Mr and Mr< Mrrnian Tunl, ^uesis .lu!\ ^ of Mr .;-.: Vr> ; week at Wnrprliv tHth Mr Mrs Parrel Rmns Mr and Mrs Vft tttwtl-t t>i,A f*m- ily attended a family mmirtfl )A« Sunday at thr Okv>h/iii<. Mr« Rfslfi Hflrnrrt hot tAVvfl an .iparimeni in Ihr Tftylfir NuM- inp fin S<Mith Itnrlnfi «!r<v>! Mr ntiri Mrs 1 pfi Onrrtnw «,j»Mit last vwlrfnd witf; KTi find \5rs Kennelh Pprvivni nt .Snirit l^Vv Mr nnrt Mr* 1 vn left .lunr ?? far f. f" ; vpffc ;ii-<r, wit)- AJ> jmri M:^ R.iivr! Stan- j tar nl Pullmfiri Wnsh Ordination Of Algonan Slated Here This Week VIrv i.vilis We I'liesf-- Mr finfi \] an;} IX'ilr ^iw.'ir. F.fir! Jo-i'lfir, unc Mr nnfl Mr< Ri "p'trnc:: fritTf, s. Mr )i*d a \V««> V;inr, and Mn. t -'V.;)i'irY > n. t*w»k have v. st Cass <-:vnt the '.n their Churchill. Larry and Wayne Jr., Geneva, .Veb.. Mr and Mrs Gerald Guster. Omaha, and Mr and Mrs Wendell Churchill. Fairmont, Neb. Madonna f.isch and classmate Sharon Coetz, Soldier, returned this week from a visit at Silver Springs, Md. with Mr and Mrs Ed Bescher and at Arlington, Va. with Mr and Mrs Wallace Johnson. They came back via Kentucky and the Ozarks and stopped in Independence. Mo. to visit relatives of Miss Goetz. H.;n<nn ^nd >!r Fur.K .> : fr : - o t\1 Mr and Mrs \rt (,rwn 'parent* of a son horn J\i]> , St. Ann whom they h.n-e n 'Douglas Alkr, There is A •.; ter Judy. Mrs A. J. Eason wj* home from Buena Vista college. Storm Lake, for the weekend. Her studies will be completed this week and she "ilj^eceive her B.A. degree. Sharon, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner, accompanied her Vr* MrrV Chamberlain ii'> * r.,'f>.;* the latter's •.n.i J5;in:, Vir and Mrs }?ATT> Ohnsrfr.sf-n and Mrs Laura Supt. and Mrs 0. B. I.aing have ~r i pone to Port 1 and . Ore. to visit .=-: , rbe;r sor, Dax'id and family. They «Ul be .wined there by the other son Edd and family. San Jose, Cal Clifford Esser. who wiUi his wife has been visiting relative; here, has his leg in a cast, hav mg suffered a break in it severa weeks ago when his motorcycle hi loose gravel and he was throwr from it. He was hospitalized a Benjamin Meyer Ordination services for Benjamin Meyer into the ministry of the Presbyterian church will be held Sunday, July 15, at 7:30 p.m. in he local church. The North Cen- tral Presbytery of Iowa is in charge and the public is invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Benjamin Meyei will entertain the elders and then- wives of the Algona and Lone Rock churches at supper in Fellowship hall proceeding the service. A reception will follow the ordination. Benjamin Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer of Algona, is the first ministerial candidate to be ordained in his home church in its 105-history. He is a graduate of Algona high school, Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, and the University oV Dubuque Seminary. HP served as student pastor of the !.one Rock church last summer any was called to be full tirr.2 pastor effective after his graduation from seminary. He and his wife, the former Jene Meyer, moved into the manse in June. Installa- ion services will be conducted at :he Lone Rock church at a later late. Iowa Citv where he ~^~ v, u .,,., tl , «»...u..,y«iiiicu ner Riua utv where he is taking a grandfather M. H. Sheldon to course as x-ray technician. It will Kearnev \pn u-hpn U-AT-H U-TC- m. u~ _ ^_.. . , Kearney. Neb., when word was re ceived of the death of his brother. Lynn Sheldon. Sharon is making an extended visit there with rela- ti\es and with them is spending five days at Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert returned Wednesday from Seattle where they attended the World's Fair and were guests of Mrs Gilbert's sisters. Enroute home they stopped at Sacramento, Cal., and brought back the son John who is stationed there in the air force He will have a 15 day furlough . . be a few mont.is befjre the cast can be removed. Mr and Mrs William Geerirg have as guests a few days their grandchildren, Billie Jean, Janelle and Gerald Black, Spencer. Mrs Everett Black and daughter Mary Ann, Spencer, were accompanied to Des Moines Friday by Mrs Black's parents, Mr and Mrs Wm Geering. Monday, Mrs Geering will accompany Mrs Black and Mary Ann to Iowa City where Mary Ann will be in the" University hospital till Saturday • * o-" ~-»j nw-ifjinji mi oaiuiUaV »•••.•.••••.•••••••••.....„„„„„„ ...„.„„„„„ SUMMER DRESSES ALL SIZES 7 to 15 10 to 20 121/2 to 261/2 SAVE NOW SPORTSWEAR Slacks - Pedal Pushers Bermudas - Jamaica* Blouses — Shorts NOW '/4 OFF COATS ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING COATS JULY CLEARANCE !/2 Price Mr and Mrs John Grolle have been visited by the latter's sister Mrs Jack Glidden, Windom, Minn Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling am their daughter, Mrs Elaine Nelson and two daughters of Aruba, the Netherland, Antilles have vaca tioned a week at Leech Lake Minn. Kathleen Kelly of Sioux Falls S. D. is spending the summer here with her father, Jim Kelly and with Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan. She also visited Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan, Callers during the week at Mr and Mrs Harold Smith's have been Mr and Mrs Earl Mullarky, Moline, 111., Mr and Mrs Leo Richter, Titonka, and Mrs Ida Thomas West Bend. Mr and Mrs William Weiner and son James have returned from a visit in Norfork, Neb. with Mr and Mrs Marshall Dodder. James left 'riday for Randolph Field, San Antonio, Tex. Mrs Clark Orton returned July 4 from San Jose, Cal. where she had visited a few months with and Mrs Arden Orton and fam- i ly. She was met in Omaha, Neb. y her son Webster. Mrs William Dau Sr. and grand- hildren, Linda and Judy Ruhnke, lave returned from a visit at Walnut with Mrs Dau's sister, Mrs Alma Sorensen and at Atlantic with Mr and Mrs George McNary. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister Mary Bieser were visited Sunday by U.S. Lentsch, Fort Dodge, and Mrs Mary Kramer, Whittemore. Also during the week they had as guest Mrs Clara Van Steenberg of Burt. Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning at- ended a family dinner July 4 at VIr and Mrs Ronald Doernings at Ottosen. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buscher, Mr and Mrs Ed Miller and Mr and Mrs John Altman. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison lave had announcement of the Mrth of a son June 21 to Mr and Mrs John Carroll at San Jose, CaL rle has been named Joseph Patrick. Other children in the family are Charles, Steven and Molly. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffcr had as guests July 4 Mr and Mrs Reinhart Stienblock, Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs William Hill and Judy Christoffer, Armstrong. Other guests Thursday were Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock, Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook spent July 4 and the following weekend at their trailer house at the Oko- aojis. They had as guest the lat- :er's brother, Kenneth Hargreaves, Omaha, who came here for a visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves and other relatives. A group of friends who for many years have observed July 4 with a picnic together met this year with Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan. They were Mr and Mrs Ben Bahling, Mr and Mrs William Boettcher, Mr and Mrs Irwin Schwietert, Mr and Mrs Walter Sorensen, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and Marion Chipman, Burt. Out-of-town guests attending the WUley - Norland wedding recently were Mr and Mrs Arne Helle and Judy Magnusson, Lansing; Mr and Mrs John Jennings, Sexton; Mrs Clarence Canaday, Russell Stephen and Gloria, Irvington; Mr and Mrs Laurence Carson, Jeanne and Ruth, Britt; Mr and Mrs William J. Norland, Sr. and Donna, LeRoy Wolf and Bob Smith, Bancroft Mr and Mrs George Petersen and Merrill E. Haynes of Chamberlain S. D., Albert R. Anderson, Elmore,' Minn.; and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Letellier of Baldwin, Wis. Show $200 Mattress Read's Furniture has on display an "Imperial 200" mattress designed by Sealy, the most lavish Posturepedic mattress ever de vised, with a regular retail value of $200. The covering and styling were designed by Ceil Chapman famous fashion designer, and it has all of the elegance of a ballroom gown. Chalmer Read thinks many folks will be interested in seeing this most unusually desbn- ed mattress. License To Wed One wedding license was issued this week by County Clerk Alma Pearson. It went to B. Francis Schulte, Marengo, and Ann M. Schiltz, Bancroft, July 5. Algerians Perform Russell and Allan Bode, sons of Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode, rural Algona, were featured marimba performers at the state women's Farm Bureau conference at Des Moines held recently. Has Straight A's Kathryn Bay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin J. Bay of Algona, was one of 49 students in the liberal arts college at the State University of Iowa to make a straight 'A" average for the second semester, just concluded. WINTER NOW? YES SIR! ORDER YOUR FUEL EARLY anc | SAVE!! Now, while the heat is on, is the time to order your winter fuel. SEE US FOR SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES. 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