The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 10, 1962
Page 10
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8-^t^onojflo.MJpper Des Molnes TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1962 Jane Kissner Shower Honoree At Lone Rock I.ono Itnrk _ .| ;lm , Kksner daughter nf Mr. nml Mrs. dcnnrn Kissner, was honored nl ;i prr- dinner guest of Mr ami M;-< Alfred Krucgcr. Sunday picnic dinner guests at (ho home ;,f Mr. and Mrs Ko ( >er l/ing \\ere .Mr and Mrs. l.sie If.irn k and I,on and Mrs I lora !laa<k of Kemon. Mrs Maud- HI.UK hard attend>'d a Hlanehard family gallicr'tig I a! Mason (' l\ The occasion v, ;:< \ for Mr. and Mr-- (,oori;e U'.lliams f Sundciy fhru Tuesday at the Algona Theatre r r i I , ,, ,„,.. "on Hlanchard, Su--an. and their nuptiiil miscellaneous shoucr ,il P'.indeliildreu I'a-a and J"l'[re\. (he l.ogion hall Tuesday cvenini'. '•''' ;|I >' 1 - u < • H-uljii 111 nu !i,,rd •'line L'l'i ' " : and .loinl.'icn. Mi and Mi - i liel •Janice Kissner had ch.-irge ,,f ' Mnn- ;m.l I,inn \ cf i)i.,,. ( ,i. Air. Ijie guest hook. Jane \vas as-; ;lMl ' ^'''- '!'•«'•' Mad.MI ,,nd !,,,rj i sisted in opening her gifts hy Shir-j "' f !rael! iiu:ei-. Mr. an I Mi- Alley M;irl(i\v and Sandra 1,'uduin I 1 ' 1 ' 1 '' 1 Vim 1 '/ and fannlv :•! (>tt ( >The gifts were recorded hy Jn.-ui ' son - ''i !l li'.mciiar I i.| \,,w Hock, Ilenriekson. Lucille Secgeharfh ' Mr - ' li:(l Mr (l.-r-hm M;,i;!r'i,. n i was chairman of the program'•'"''' f '""i:v Mr and .Mi- r! :udc> committe'.-. " ! U'lnlehiH' of <'|<>ar | ,-kc i ailed The guests played sno with pri/-- ! during I in- al'iernnc n. PS fining to \ev;i Thompson, high ' Sunday aflcinoon u-itois at the' and Mary Ann Tigges. km.' Jean, 1 ' M <'liris;.<M-»i h<>mo v. ere Mr.; Marlow .snng two numbers ai•- j a "'' ^''' s - AndrewI'"!<>i-s,. n . (iaK a, ,' companiecl hy Klixahcth Hadig. i'''- und Mrs. Kenneth (Ire'.. Anne ; Lunch was served to the fii guest's nil( ' -' ; " u ' ol <\a. ; hy the hostesses. Floy Marlow M>'. "nd Mrs. Louie a-ul . Douglas of i'(,r!land, (ire. \r-itcd \ for the weekend last week. The are both employed at West Branc hat (h"-;d!c her love for him I in M.-'lro-tJoldwyn-Mayer's " l!l " ' ""' ii'ir-Mvn r,i il,,. ',;„„,dypsp." Masc.-l on (he famous mari '' *'"'»•'• >'••- ' I!,:.:,.-/, th-- l,i.; pj-iun- has a,, all-star ''":'• "«•""'»'•-; ">"i< • i:,.....,-. i.,.,. .1. n,i,i,. ,..,„, Llll(as , Vvct(c Mi'air,.",-. Kari l!,,ri, m ;lm | |>. HI | |r,. m .,.i,|. Thl , ,,„,!.,„ ,;iatistein l>n»l'." lion « : ,s f,ln,,-<l h, f iM-M-aSr,,,,,, and color largely on l'!--.ti.M,,s i, |-,ris iln ,| , h( . ,,,,,„,,„ ,,,,,,,.rvsidP under the 'iM'.'cl,.,,, ,,i \ ril/!( ,,, n Uianl-uim.or Vincent,. Minnrlli Hostesses were Mrs. Flrlin Mar-' :lt tll( -' Kverett \\ilh:un \.<>-\\<< M <n- low, Mrs. William Marlow. Mrs i l| -'. v "n Tuesday, they left f ( , r Merwin Marlou-, Mrs. Jack Quimi! ' Texas to see ihe'ir daafj.htor. Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Halpli Sunday dinner guests' of .Mrs.! Bierstedt. Mrs. Harlan Marlow. i Iiu!h Kruegcr were Mr. and M:-s. j Mrs. LeRoy Klcpper. Mrs. Miltoni| 'Jerry Wihhen and Dchhio and,' Marlow, Mrs. Jim Marlow. Mrs. Han-ell Long Afternoon caller.-, Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Frerl .Seliultz, u ' l '''c Mrs. Rertha \e',\l)roug|] _____ Mrs. E. A. Lee. Mrs. Dick ODon-'- Ml ' s - Lavcrne Smiih and Kevin ol i UVdi:e-d r dinner MI«SI •„{ ti.,. i-,,i , , , nell, Mrs. Robert Marlo-v Mrs'-^ea City. !<le,,ruo K-S" ^ei Ver' v i ' hm ' se class and WOI > Frank Meyer. Mrs. Jerrv Wihhen, Mr. and Mrs. j,,hn fJeii/..-naiK-r . Mr- »,,h s - : ; iv|." T v u ',cv • nd P." '''" T"' -M ",', P " y , U ' it ! 1 Qlick antl Mrs. Marvin Marlow, Mrs. John and Milton of Fenton ucre .Sun- ' Iv i,f San,'u-kv (Vi, uvi • ,' V ,"'"' " " SS Kt>d Do11 ' Botil Kissner. Mrs. Fred Schmidt. Mrs. day dinner guests at the Lorcn; /unia, h Mr ',',-.(! ' Mr (1 ,rei c'e T"] ""'" ^\ n , U '" '" th ° CIover Sam McCleish. Mrs. Glenn House- (ic.tzenauer home. Xrn; •:,.,(• nv- ),. \i' , U " Ulto '.'"' cly>;s »"d Mi,s Red Doll took holder, Mrs. Erich Seegeharth. -M^ Mary Fhug spent fhe dav • aftcrno,,,, , aller's '' " " '" , '"' 1' i' 0 ' anfl a "'"Phy with Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell, Mrs Thursday at the home of Mr and' >-,,„• '" , , '< 'i"'k uaneocK winning second. In Ralph Thompson. Mrs. Rov Bierle. Mrs. ( larence Kndcr.-on at h'sim r- ! .,,„ h''iie ' ver -^ i'' ', ,! urt <"-. i"' 1 l''f-'"'nding class. Miss Red! Mrs. Paul Bernhard. Mrs. Davej^Hf. i - P.. \,,. , M hn ; thor ;m<l ' lHI '' !:li '" 1 ' - s ' roni1 - ! Lynch, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Collins : iV'.''- ' s ,, ',,",;„ i ' ,? r " s , ' ' Tho A '""'-'ran Legion post and! and Mrs. Lawrence Walsh. I and family atl.ende«l the wake and ,,f ihimhol.lV t. ro.yi. ; , )R , i;u | R , s - Auxiliary will hold a. Miss Kissner will become the i 'uneral for a cousin. Donald Ma- " n ' ' 'joint meeting July 11 at 8 p m The bride of Paul Henricksori of Swea h' (¥ n of Laurens. Sundav night and • „ !. ynch >hlu t'd two horsec A xiliary wi.'l have installation of' City July 14 at 9:30 a.m. at St ' Monday Donald u as a 'former res-' !" ""- I'^Hicrvillf Saddle Club oi'i •.-,-,. Johns Catholic church in Bancroft, j'dent of Whim-more. i.erse .s i: ,,u June j|. [;,- cntoi-d r'-nr-th .nd Maurice Flaig sons! Headed For S^T ! hcti K^^KlLff ^t ^ ^^ >! ' n "" = "" ' h ' rk ""^ °' ^ ^' '^' ™ '^ ' Paul Geitzenauer, son of Mr. i home. Monday night. Gue>N uere and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer. is Mr. and Mrs. Jerry U'airo a:i I currently on a Mediterranean ! Mr. and -Mrs. Kichard Stucki of cruise. His ship, the USS Ran-' f'cnton. Mr. and .Mrs |! u d .M.IJ-M.A dolph, sailed June 7, bound for I "f Buri. and IVrnard ivttit Spam. Paul plays in the L'.S. . Mrs. Sidney l-:::ef.,,. n jn ,| .M,-. Navy Band and besides his regu-! ini1 Mrs. linger /;,loi-,o'i ,,| Aigona LuVERNE Alice Stampka Mr and Mrs. Honald Clark o Iowa City visiteu' from Thursda o Sunday at the home of thoi 'arents, the Don Clarks and Den lis Carrofls. Tlirpc family reunions xvprp IIP| ( Sunday which involved many Lu Verne people. Hansolman reunion was held m West Bend, Ristau re union in LuVerne Park and Gron l>ach reunion in the Lutheran church basement. niaiic Neville and friend. Mike Childs of Ames, came Sundav I Diane is staying with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dim- I ler until Saturday when she will ; leave for Lake Okoboji for a weeks vacation. , r.oldie Johnson from Los | Angeles, Calif, has been visiting for two weeks with relatives and I friends. She has made her head- i quarters at the Lottie and Jennie i Mason home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dim'pi- an , Betty Goodne'-, David. a,id Jani j left for Ottaw-i, I!!. Monday t spend a wee< with Mi. and Mrs i Bill Gray and family. I Several LuVerne people attend seel the sale of household furniture i "./he late Rev. and Mrs. Louis ;V\ittenburg m Fort Dodge Satur- I day. Their son Rev. Kenneth Wittenburg an army chaplain of Ft | Leonard Wood, Mo. was present to I aid in the preparation of the sale. The Rev. Louis Wittenburg was pastor of the Lutheran LuVerne for 28 years. o«n,~T";rr,""" " ome - Tt was their annual Mothers Tea. A committee was sleeted for a booth at the air this fall. Several girls gave ta ks Coleen Johns, hostess. DwIgLt Baker of Washington, Iowa is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Hattie Baker and his sister, Olive DeWitt, who is caring for Mrs Baker. The (ioodwill Club met at the iome of Jessie Sanford wi!h 14 members present. Afaxino Blumer Se n V K Cl , Iu ,1, ch - The next meeting vill be held at the Orville tfurlburt iome Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mallory loft Friday for the Seattle Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs. Harold Wolf and amily spent the weekend at Spirit . year. Elda has been teaching in Corwith for 6 years. Mrs. Johnson of Humboldt previously taught 3rd grade. Mrs. Emma Ristau of Nora pnngs and Mrs. Clarence Ristau f Rockford visited friends and datives here Monday. Mrs. Ristau emained here at the Herman Hinz ome. Postmaster .Bert .Hamils left hursday for Minneapolis to visit s brother-in-law who had major urgery in University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt DeNio of Ft 3odge were Sunday guests at the ome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs iff Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. F.arl Jansen of Panora announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Claudia to Wm. Meyer, son of Laura Meyer The wedding took place in the Lutheran church here July 7. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Robinson and daughter Kay of Las Vegas are visiting her mother Mrs. Hattie Baker this week. Kay is under observation at the hospital in Rochester. Mr. Robinson is also visiting his son in Grinnell. Mrs. Joe Papps of Detroit, Mrs john Spalding of Middlon and Walter TiHe of Birmingham, Mich, are (he children of Fred fiede who is a patient at the Rest iome in Algona. After visiting heir father they also visited Mrs Vilma Tiede, their sister-in-law! Thursday. SUMMER lar duties in the concert and d'a'nce j left Friday ?ur a l\\u.'\u'vk" v'i"-.'i'; Koek 'n Roll | to a daughter':-, home. Mr. and band he plays in a Hock 'n Roll (to a daughter':, home. Mr and Quartet, a Jazz band and a Dixie- Mrs. Bill \Vicacr of Pasadena, land band. Calif. June Biers'-jd; e n t c r t a i n e d Is at a ii.-igi:!iM-h,vo.l b:r;lid.-iv The Idle Hour Club held theh-,...- , ... « ... annual family picnic at the Feu-! i'^'".'•' M'.'id iv .v:o v. . s |,.,T, : i ton Park June M. Following a p<it-i «iili !'•;-' foll.".-.\ir;' p>- -.-•• ']'.,' , luck dinner, ball and games r li: -':.../. b. .a !;.•..:. ,..-,,,i| : , ". , Uic children were playiV 'I he' : '" 1 -m We,/.,-..;, 1,,. A (;•)•:•,. Yf-'ii follov, hi:; fjinilies aUfiid'ed: >,i t - r-.-.:!-: ~'oh', f'' ed T 'SS^s, Mr. and/ .Uuesfa at a cofiue iWJiJc^Lj Pl L'l Inman; Mr. and Mrs. at the home of Mrs. Bud Miller boderberg, Bancroft; Mr. / were Mrs. Duane Habeger Kir- Afrc r-Vf'T- C °?? y Sr ' Mr ' an( ' / s ' ? "' Sant(ra and Kent. Mrs. 'BCTII- eps Mr I-? 8 '' ^ ' UarVln T 'K-I**1 ' r ^«- n<.u 5 and ./ Jjn i(v. Mrs B", i\ir a . blmer; Mrs ' Dcnni.' ••" ebc Mrs i; ,h >i -. .. Florence Fabcr; Mr. and Mrs. ' Bn-.-i 'b ,,u, P^la' M,' • t " ']",'••'• Amy Cherland; Mr. and Mr;. ,.\i" M^use.V. ier. Mr, '.]„-, \i „'•".,,' icrson: i\.r. Lie I-erson: and .v--o'.t. i. i,v .,:•-.i i: u -, Liinmt- Honebrate; Mr and Mr, 7.,, ,. '. • , iHume ll-b. per- Mr •,•!,! M,-- , '' ' • ~''' '"''"'' "'•>' ' <! ; ,'W ^^^ Stores over $30 Pounds of LMl c, •^ V,' / w \ A .« . -Tfc. f- \:^ I r^^L :&* < '-.A Wo Delivery of this Ssnsaficnal Low Price m^ : . FREEDOM (lo«. 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