The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 4, 1962
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AROUND AtXSQNA * »» « * St. Ann hospital hat) what mleh h a S 'T er ° f babie ySnd tW ° girls wcre *' *' f I born M ,u .ru ssut , h count y . I , hursda y's heavy rain l r £ nd Mrs Rich ^ rd Mc of Algona had an eight Pound, 13 '* Olince b £ e| g" Mrs James Thilges, West Bend a Cal/T^nT Mr ™d Mrs John Gales of Bode, a seven pound, 4", ounce girl; and Mr and Mrs Ed" ward Sireit of Whittemore a six- pound, one ounce girl. t)ellli P a Shierk "returned horn, f' day after spending the summer M, 5 r ™'' oth " r anfl sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Cameron Shierk who live ma suburb of Washington"• c - Delthca came by plane tc Des Momes and her parents, Dr and Mrs C. C. Shierk met hcii there. A welcome home break fast at which several high school girl friends were guests, was belt 1 Saturday at the Shierk home. — -o— • United Presbyterian Women will have the first meeting of the season Thursday at 1:30, a dessert luncheon at the church. Circle B Mrs Hugh Colwcll Is in charge and Mrs Myron Browcr wi'l present the music. A film wi) be shown The September meetir plans have been exchanged with ;he October meeting. Ka> Agena, daughter of Mr and Mrs Al Agena, is a pitirr.t at S ( Mary's hospital a Rocheste, where she had surgery on her back Wednesday. Her mother is with her and her father spent severa days last week there. Kay is ; senior at Algona high school. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith wenl to Minneapolis Saturday to meet their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Plumme'r of Tucson, Ariz, and bring them here for a visit. The Plummers had gone to Minneapolis by plane on a business mission. Mr and Mrs Robert Wycoff of Des Moines spent a few days of last week with Mrs Wycoff's parents, Mr and Mrs Gordon Hall On Tuesday, Mrs Hall was called to Wyoming, la. by the illness of her mother who had suffered a stroke. —o— Mrs Frank Vera was hostess to her birthday club Friday at the Vera cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs Elizabeth Post remained for the Labor Day weekend and Mr Vera was also there. .-..., Mrs Gary Bcrnau and sons David, 2 1 ,-., and Jimmy, two weeks, Mankato, Minn., spent from Wed nesday until Saturday of last week with Mrs Bernau's parents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert. Kathy Bay. daughter of Mr am Mrs Melvin Bay, has left for Iowa City to participate in rush activi ties of Kappa Alpha Theta soror ity. She will be a sophomore this- year at the State University. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee was hostess to the Eight Specs card club Wednes day evening. Mrs Milton Dah received the high score prize, Mrs Beecher Lane, low, and Mrs Elizabeth Post, travel. —o—• Jean Sires, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Sires, spent the weekend here and was a bridesmaid at the Williams-Herbst wedding. Jean is employed in Chicago. Beverly James, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul James, has left for Bettenclorf where she will teach art in the high school. Mary Jo Browcr, daughter of Rev. and Mrs Myron Brower spent the week before school opening at Geneva with her grandmother, Mrs Mary Brower. Mrs Mattie McWhorter, resident of Good Samaritan nursing home has entered St. Ann hospital foi medical treatment. o Jim Finn, son of Mr and Mrs W J. Finn, will leave soon for Iowa City where he will be a freshman at the State University of Iowa —o— Mrs Kenneth Bnindow was ad milled to SI. Ann hospital Thurs day for medical treatment. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs George Koestler and Vicki went on a tour lately that took them to Nebraska where they visited a sister of George, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Liscius and other relatives. On the way home they stopped at Alton and visited the Ed Swasands. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms left Friday morning, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove of Titonka, for Hartsburg, 111., where they visited an aunt of Mrs Harms, Mrs John Wibben and also several cousins. They left Hartsburg Saturday evening for Clifton, 111., where they visited friends. Sunday evening they left for Freeport where they stayed overnight in a motel and went on the next day to Dubuque, where they visited Rev and Mrs Snucker. Mrs George Harley and Michael, Carlsbad, New Mexico, arrived Thursday evening and will spend about a week with her sister, Mrs Stanley Black and her mother Mrs C. II. Schrader, Hurt. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms and Harris spent Thursday forenoon visiting in the Bill Champion, Jr, home, Swea City. Mrs Martha Davis and daughter, Mrs Harold Koening, Karen and Keith of Moorehead, Minn., arrived Monday to spend about a week visiting in the Ray Fitch home wrs Davis is an aunt of Mrs Fitch formerly Martha Rancy. They left Saturday for Owatonna, where they will visit relatives. Mrs Martha Davis and daughter, Mrs Harold Koening and Keith and Mrs Ray Fitch went to Dows Friday where they visited a sister of Mrs Fitch, Mrs Ben Hartzel. Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart are, grandparents of a baby boy born ! to Mr and Mrs David Stewart. The little fellow weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and has been named Douglas Jp'm. Mr and Mrs David Stewart and famiiy will move this weekend to St. Paul where they will make their home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Hams attended the 40th wedding anniversary in honor of Mr and Mrs Folkert Sleeker Thursday afternoon. Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruthven came Wednesday to spend a couple of days visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will meet Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 4, in the home of Mrs Rollo Moore. "The pioneers who blazed the trails, now have descendants who burn up the roads." Bancroft Man Leaves; Teach In Ghana Bancroft — William McGuire. son of Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire, left this week for Ghanc where he will teach. He is a mem ber of the Peace Corps and ha, taught math at Hastings, Miim. foi several years. He spent ten days with his parents before leaving for two years. le spent the past three months a» he University of California at Berkley. His brother, Martin, and wife spent several days here with relatives. Martin has been taking schooling in Ohio and left Thurs- lay for New Mexico where he will be stationed in the Air Forces. John McGuire, another brother, eft for Nevada where he will pcnd some time. Tom McGuire is in the navy in Ihode Island and expe' *s to leave oon for se? duty. The Williain Doocy family, Syl- i vester Robinson, Mr and Mrs Gco. Doocy, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Kocker, Mr and Mrs Tina Doocy and family, Ledyard, attended funeral services for George Robinson at Fairmont, Saturday. Fred Eckhart, Illinois, came Friday and took his family back with him where they will make their future home. Before going to Illinois Fred was employed at Welp's Hatchery. REUNION Max Grove, formerly of New Market, recently met his sisters for the first time. The sisters were taken from their home when very small, before their brother was born, because their mother was quite ill. That was 46 years ago. Tuesday, September 4, t$oft Algone (| fl .) Upper Des John Glawe Of Bancroft Weds Kaneroft — The wedding of Kathleen Nancy Denkam and John Andrew Glawe was solemnized Aug 11, at Fairmont Baptist church with the Rev. John Doerksaw of ficiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James M. Denkam, Fairmont, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs Otto Glawe, Bancroft. Nuptial music for the double "ing service was provided by Mrs Stanley Davis, organist, and Tony Angus who sang. Attending the bride was Kafhy Ecklein, Mankafo, maid of honor, Mrs Mark Johnson, bridesmaid, and Colleen Kay was flower girl. Attending the groom were Jerry Docrkson, best man, Gary Mich- felson, groomsman, Harold Boeckholt and John Hallstrom, ushers. About 200 guests attended the reception in the church parlor following the ceremony. Tl.a couple plan a week's honeymoon at Red Lake and will be at home at Madclia, Minn. The bride is a 1957 graduate of Fairmont high school and Man- kuto Teachers college. The bridegroom, a 1958 graduate of Swea City high school, will continue his studies at Mankato State College. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF POTTED FLOWERING SHRUBS AND THEY CAN BE SET OUT ANYTIME FALL IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING EVERGREENS ASK US!! NEW OPENING HOURS 1:00 to 5:00 Monday thru Saturday Sundays 9:00 to 12:00 — 1:30 to 5:00 DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of Catholic Cemetery CY 4-4813 These Children Will Be Starting School Soon ONLY 2 OF THEM will go to COLLEG Will Your Child Go? Two out of five new babies will go to college, according to projections that statisticans make of current trends. Which two will be the fortunate ones depends in large degree on financial con- siderations. These youngsters are growing fast. 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