The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1962 · Page 3
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*-Algor>o fla.) Uppgf PM Melnft< TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1965 ,: AR&UND ALGGNA . At a special quarterly conference of the Methodist church here the officers voted to authorize the board of trustees to make a contract to purchase the property owned by Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Sr. across the .street from the church. Kev. Clayton B. Will- struck of Spencer presided at the meeting. —o— Father James Mr-formiek. temporary assistant pastor at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, will leave Aug. 7 to begin his duties as instructor at Heelan high si-hoot at Sioux City. Father Joseph Kerwin. who has been attending summer school at Creighton University, is the new assistant pastor and' will arrive here Aug. 7. —o— Mrs Russell Rent/, had as her guest last week Laura Belle Baxter of Calif. They were schoolmates at Lone Rock high school Other guests of Mr and Mrs Rent/ were Nina and Margaret Murray of Waterloo Saturday and Jim and Gordon Murray, Waterloo, Mon clay. o— ?)ahl Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz had as their guests over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and five children of Hazelcrcst. 111., who also visited the parental Walter Stewards at Burt. Mr and Mrs Norman Hanivek and Norman. Jr. of St. Paul were also here over the weekend and Norman. Jr. is remaining for a week's visit with his grandparents. Ann Mikes will be honorei- at a miscellaneous bridal shower this evening (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs J. F. Milder. Other hostesses are Mrs Craig Smith, Mrs Dorothy Higgins, Mrs Loretta Brtich and Mrs Don Ferris. Miss Mikes will be married to William Kopish Aug. 25 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Mr and Mrs Dick Norton and daughters spent the weekend at Marshalltown with Mrs Norton'" parents, Mr and Mrs Ned Downing. Catholic Daughters of America are sponsoring a card party Monday, Aug. 6, in Academy hall. Mrs Art Ristau and Mrs Virgil Koeth- ler are co-chairmen, and bridge and 500 will be played. The party Okoboji. Mrs Milton guests Sunday Mr and Mrs'Craig Vinson and Pepgy and Mr and Mrx Tom Vinson and little son. Handy, of Rock Rapids and Mr and Mr* Merle Pratt and family Randy Vinson is Mrs Dalit's great-grandson and she mel him (or the first lime Sunday. —o—• Mrs Ralph Tinglcy. the fnrinrr Kathleen Kvans of Sioux Falls. So Dakota spent several days last week visiting friends here. Sim was house guest of Mrs KsttuT Barton. Mrs Marlon had spent several days al Sioux Falls and Mrs Tingley brought her home. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson hail as their guests Sunday Mr am 1 Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion. —o— Eipht Specs card club will meet Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Mahle Lee. —o— Dr. \Vrmlrll (). Halvrrson. presi- nre here. Diane Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Berencles, was hapli-ed Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic v-hurch. Mr ami Mrs Robert Harms are parents of a seven pound, foul I ounce son horn Thursday at SI Ann hospital. —o— Mr* Ktlirl Tillinghast was dismissed Thursday from St. Ann 1 hospital She had been a medical i pal tent there since Saturday. j —o— ! Mrs Mnrlin Mrehlhause, Mr and i Mrs Karl Kiilsholm, Keith Strayer ' am) Hotly Wickwire left Sunday . for Dolliver park al Lehigh where I hey will he counsellors at a Pros- bylerian camp for fifth and sixth gr.iclers. Attending as campers are Kathy Skow and Linda Martin. —o— .fens Sorrnsen is a patient at SI. Ann hospital where he had gall bladder surgery last week. —o— I eona Smith is on a plane lri| to Alaska. She is with a tour gron:t of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church. City Receives Award Moyor C. C. Shierlc. center, and Police Chief Al Boekelman left n™ "TV te.f* ^L™??* " Pedestrian safety citation dent of Buena Vista College at Storm Lake, will be guest speaker Sunday at the Algona and Irvington Presbyterian churches. Guesi music at the Algona church will DC the Graham family singers. Mr and Mrs Glen Graham and son. Gary. —o— U'.S.C.S. general meeting will be held Thursday, a 9 a.m. coffee with the local activities chairmen, Mrs Merle Webster. Mrs H. Dale Cole and Mrs Richard Beisell, in charge. Mr and Mrs Myron Talcott will give the program. —o— Air and Mrs Ernest Sorlic he- came the parents of their first child when a six pound, eight ounce son was born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. Judy Ileimer. daughter of Mr and Airs (It-no Ileimer. was honoree at a party Saturday in observance of her sixth birthday. Guests were Alary Davis, Teresa Heilly, Debbie Hansen, Nancy- Asa. Lee Ann Schenck. Linda Lai- Her and Debbie Munger. —o— Mr and .Mrs Dean .Jergenson had as their guests from Sunday until Wednesday of last week. Mi and Airs James Wychor and Susan Jim. John and Matthew of Minnea polis. Air Wychor was formerly radio station manager here and is now salesman for a Twin City station. They also have another daughter, Mary Jo, 6 months, who remained at home. —o— Mr and Mrs Dwayne Klein and daughter, Virginia, and Jean Sigs bee are spending this week vaca . , Tt !f. awa "' wa f a result of Algona's effort to save pedestrian lives in traffic and marked the thirteenth year of no pedestrian deaths her! - one of the finest records in the entire state. Mr Morrison, in presenting the plaque, said that in 1961 there in 1%0 peclestnan deaths in the United Sates, about the same as The Motor Club also paid special tribute to school officials and the police department in connection with the local'program. (UDM Polaroid I J hnfn.Tvnrrrot.MMrt 1 •«•-**. v/*w Photo-Engraving) tioning near Brainerd. Alinn. TV — -son. Larry Klein, is on a 21-day Mr and Airs Oliver Carlson are I canoe trip in Canada, parents of an eight pound son born —o— Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and Sunday at St. Ann hospital. They also have a daughter and four other-sons. N'ew officers of the Methodist Men's club met recently to plan four dinner meetings for the new year. Dallas Klein is president James Johnson, vice president Clifford Skogstrom. secretary Gene Brandow, treasurer, an Frank Sailer, reporter. appetite. It can also lead to infections of the sinuses, throat and bronchial tubes and is sometimes accompanied by asthma. If you have hay fever, either seasonal or perennial, it's a good idea to check with your family doctor, advises Iowa State Department his left elbow. Broken Bone Wesley—David Dornbier, 6-year old son of Mr and Mrs Dale Dornbier. fell from a tree at the farm home one day last week and sustained a broken bone just below Second Birthday The second birthday of Kristi Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Dennis Jergenson, was celebrated July 19 and guests were Mrs. Harvey Jergenson, Mr. and Mrs Wendell Jergenson, and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Bulten am daughters and Debbie Bennett. Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus and Randy, and Carl Daniles recently attended a Blank family reunion at Marie Blank's in Klem- fne. To Have Picnic The Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist church will hold a picnic this evening (Tuesday) at 6:30 at Am—o - - »wuuu j / MI, u. <j\j cIL /AIII" brose Call State park. Bring a covered dish. Coffee will be fur mshed by the Guild. Bridge Club rJnr " ex i Cession of the Algona Duphcate Bridge Club will be held at 7:30 p.m. Aug. l at the Algona Country Club. Winners at the last meeting were Arlene Hakes and rvLi u"t s ' first ' Ves P er Hu " an d Orval Hakes, second, and Marge onsen and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson, urd. Going Away Party A going-away party was held for flu ai i d . Mrs ' Harold Erpelding at the fairgrounds Saturday night July 21. The Erpeldings, who are moving to Mason City, were presented a gift after a steak fry. In attendance were the Erpeldings, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stucler, Mr. and Mrs. Lament Wellendorf and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schattschneidcr. Meeting Changed Degree of Honor lodge will have a regular meeting at 7:45 Aug. in the Izaak Walton hall. Party Ilonorcc The Alphi Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi had a cofee Tuesday it Call State Park for one o ts members, Gloria Erpelding who is moving to Mason City soon She was presented with a blouse from the girls. Norton Reunion Descendants of the late Mr and Mrs. B. E. Norton, Algona, held their first family get-together in more than 20 years recently at Bremerton, Wash, where ' two daughters reside. The daughters, Mrs. J. p. capp and Mrs. K. E. Loss, originated plans for the reunion last fall. The women's brothers, Dr E S. Norton, Lander, Wyo. veterinarian, and Ellwoocl Norton, Lawton, la. hardware store owner and two other sisters, Mrs. Ber- nicc Richardson, Anchorage, Alas- ka ,afld Mrs. James Hearst, Cednp Palls, la., and their families were all present for the event. A total of 30 persons attended. Shower flonorce Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth gave a pink and blue shower Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Dick McGin- ms. Those present were Mrs Ralph Elberts, Mrs. Harry Har^ greaves, Mrs. Bernard Capesius Mrs. Louis Cink, Mrs. Joe Divis Mrs. Perry Phillips and Mrs. Ger' aid Schmidt. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley attended the wedding Saturday at Cedar Falls for the latter's niece Barbara Rekers, daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. L. Rekers. The ceremony was held at 8 o'clock in the Baptist church. The bridegroom. Jerry Wildbaum is from Hudson is in the air force and stationed at Portland, Ore. where the couple will be at home. Married Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner at- Lencled the wedding Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Methodist church at Renwick of Sharon Zentner and Kenneth Adams of Kansas City, Mo. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Zentner. 'Ian Coffees Mrs. Donald Hutchison and daughters Mrs. Norman Newton of Torrence, Calif, and Joanne of Tucson ,Ariz., are entertaining at offees August 2 and 3 at the -ountry Club. family spent Wednesday evening at the parental Frank "Flaigs at Lone Rock at a party for Mr and Airs Kenneth Feifcrt who are visiting here from Rome, Ind. Hay Fever Due In this Area is open to the public. the'welki n T Ss ^n VCh -n" a " ^ nt /'^'^^^^'^^p^ ~ "- ""f '" '"<™°" »e rtch K^s^i^r^ wyier 7aT se ,Tn cne figf b °™ ^'/-f s, fl r e = y "o s ?a g w^ —o— I _„_ pollen, gets underway about mid,. „ August and lasts until the first Mrs Don Hutchison will be host- I frosts. rSt Iowa's a great state, but it does have a ragweed crop that causes •"• lot of folks to start sneezin' right to men "°" the itch.- runn noses - STARTS WEDMESDH¥....flT THE HUB! Mr and Mrs Frank .Motilton and . Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles and their children spent last week vacationing at Brooks Beach Lake MEty'S ess at a coffee Thursday morning at the Algona Country Club for her er daughters, Joanne and Nancv who It is more than just an annoyance for it can affect one's general health through loss of sleep and STRAW HATS 25% OFF Here's your best opportunity to buy quality Summer Wear at real savings. 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