The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 4, 1962 · Page 5
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Lone Rock Pair Are Home From Western Trip nnn ° am "* and Linda accompanied Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman of Algona on a trip west. They left July 30 and went first to Portland, Ore where the y/isited Mrs Lowman's moth' or, Mrs Nordstrom. From there, Mrs Ramus and Linda visited her sister, Mrs Ralph Gay of Lone- view, Wash and her niece Mrs George Lay of Hillsboro, Ore' Thev went to the World's Fair at Seattle and on the way home spent two days visiting Mr and Mrs Louis Lowman at Portland, Ore Thev arrived home Aug. 24. Baby Baptized Larry Alan Ncwbrough, infanl son of Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, was baptized Aug. 26 at Emmanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek. Rev. Vchling conducted the service. Sponsors were Mrs Dennis Schmidt and Mrs Jerry Leaneagh. Dinner guests at the Newbrough home in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann of Algona Mrs Edwin Gade of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Jerry Leaneagh and family of Algona, Mrs Dennis Schmidt, Mr and Mrs L. A. Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and boys. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Laverne Smith and Kevin of Swea City and Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough. Mr and Mrs William Buss were callers at the Leslie Baxter home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Cornie Jurgens of Colorado Springs spent Friday at the Ronald Collins home. C!arence ;» • wefe guests at « Charles Morris home from Thurs day until Saturday. During theli stay, they visited the A. F. Krue ger-and Lloyd Buland homes In Fairmont, Mrs Emma Manus a Hurt, Mr and Mrs P. M. Christen son and Will Christenson of Lone Rock and relatives In Mason City Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter were callers at the Clarence Kreutner's Saturday. Sharon Collins of Sioux City if. spending a month's vacation from nurse s training at home with her family, the Ronald Collins. Visitors at the Bernard Tigge? home Monday night were Mr and Mrs John Goche of Bancroft. Mr and Mr Frank Dreyer and girls, John Hovey and Mr and Mrs David Dreyer of Humboldt attend, eel the Dau reunion at Fenton Sunday. Barbara Jergenson of Algonc spent the weekend at the home of Her grandparents, Mr and Mr<Frank Flaig and also visited her cousin Cathy Jensen. Monday guests of Mrs Sylvester Brace were Mrs Roy Sarchet of Algona and her daughter Betty and 'amily of Seattle. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt at tended the Minnesota State Fair Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Tigges of Bancroft stayed with the Tigges children. John Thomson of Royal visited Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson Saturday. Sunday dinner guests at thr home of Mrs Maude Blanchard were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schult? of Ottoscn. Their daushter Debb'e returned home with them after a visit of several days with the JCSF Blanchard family. Elsie Willrett of Algona spent Sunday visiting Mrs Frank Flaig Mrs George Thompson of Led- yarr' spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Mary Genrich. Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Peggy and Mrs Jim Long went to Esther vllle Sunday to visit Mrs C. E Householder. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchar spent the weekend in Spencer a the Gene Blanchard home Mr and Mrs Roger Long an, Durwin visited Mrs Richard Lone at Bancroft Sunday. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and family went on a picnic at Cleai Lake Sunday. Other picnic guests were Mr and Mrs Raymond Leglci and family of LuVcrne, Mr ant Mrs Jerry Krau.se and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs Bob Bar bei and family, LuVernc. Mr and Mrs Floyd Nicholas of Emmelsburg were Friday supper guests at the Leslie Baxter home. Mr and Mrs W. L. Champion spent Sunday at Charles Cilv where they had a picnic dinner with relatives. Mr and Mrs Bill Champion and family of Swea Citv also attended. The occasion was n honor of the birthday of Mr* Ward Champion. Keven Brace spent a week and a half at the home of his grand- Jarents, Mr and Mrs Gerald Brace of Hayficld, Minn. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Jccky and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Broesder of Algona attended g [olden wedding celebration Sun day at Owatonna, Minn, in honor of Mr and Mrs Frank Brandow. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family spent last week at a resort on Cass Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman and family of New Hampton spent Saturday night and Sunday visitinp Dell Mat-low in honor of hip birthday. Mrs Gertie Arkrrman of Burl visited Mrs Frank Flni« Tuesday Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter. Loiii Hock, and Mr and Mrs I)arr»|] Malm spent a week fishing at Park Rapids, Minn. Thursday evening guests ;>l the Allwin Lockwood home in honor o( Linda's fifteenth birthday were Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood of Bur', Inez Hanover of Fenton an Mr and Mrs Merle Lockwood an family of Swea City. Willfred Radig left Friday fo Rochester, Minn, to get treatmen for asthma. Guests of Mr end Mrs Junio Hurlburt Wednesday evening in honor of their daughter Audrey's first birthday were Mr and Mrs Alfred Srhadcndorf and Kathy Mrs Dale Echroeder, Sandra Sen adendorf and Harold Harms. Mrs Larry Heidorscheidt and Donna of Algona visited at UK home of her sister, Mrs Don Knedler Wednesday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs Benjamin Meyer returned las* Monday from a two- week vacation to Colorado. The first week i,.ey spent campinp in Rocky Mountain National Park ind the second week was spent at- cnding a Bible Conference at Glen Eyrie near Colorado Springs. Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson and amily attended a picnio reunion Monday at the shelter nouse ir he park at Clear Lake. The occasion was in honor of Mrs Rusell Meinecke, Scott, Randy and Michael from Sunland, Cal. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Nca) iichaelsen and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen and fam- y of Titonka; Mr and Mrs Frank Belshan and girls of Albert Lea Minn.; Mr and Mrs Art Randall of Titonka; Mr and Mrs Cecil Meinecke and family of Garner; Mr and Mrs John Amelsberg of Forest City; Mrs Gene Bonocken of Britt; and Mrs Tracy Stone and family of Lone Rock. Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Zumach were their daughters, Janice, who is teaching at Arthur, and (Ruth) Mr and Mrs Charles Hallbatier and Mike from Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell .spent last weekend in Omaha at the Gerald Smith home. Their daughter Linda, who had spent two weeks at the Smith home, returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Bobby Wagnon Steve and Sheila of St. Joseph. Mo. arrived Thursday night at the homo of Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone for a visit. Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer visited M • and Mrs Edwin Ku'eh- nesl. at Humboldt Sunday. Mrs Meyer and Mrs Kuchnest are sisters. Mr and Mrs Darrcll Malm spent two weeks with Mrs Malm's parents, Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter. Mr Malm is stationed at Fort .eonard Wood, Mo. Recent visitors at f-.2 Leslie Baxter home were Mr anu Mrs )onald Dammann and idmily of Jorning; Mr and Mrs Dale Baxter f Adel; Mr and Mrs Dale Philips f Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs Harid Dammann, Mr and Mrs Dale Dammann and baby of Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Merwln Marlow and 3rnic Behrends went on a four ay trip to Canada last week. They visited the Walter Marlow home at Hibbing, Minn, and The Lake of the Woods and Winnipeg, Can. During their absence, Mrs Catherine Collins and Mrs Ruth Necker of Livcrmore stayed at the Marlow home. Knitters Meet Mrs Harold Mosher entertained her knitting club Wednesday afternoon. Townsend Club Algona Townsend club met at the home of the president, Mrs Chester Willey, Tuesday evening, August 28. The first portion of the meeting dealt with business. Tom Stoutner of Keota recently caught a I/jskie which weighed 18 pounds. :j ounces. It took 2C minutes to boat the large fish. MEN AND MACHINES BEHIND YOUR ELECTRIC SERVICI APPLIANCE SERVICE... Don Janish and Don Walden apply the deft skill and attention to technical *J detail required by today's work- saving electrical appliances. AllPiul Rev. and Mrs 0. J. Gerickr attended the wedding recently al Lu- Verne of Patricia Rupp and Eugene Glade, at which the former was one of the officiants. Dinner Guests Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridp", Mrs Kathryn r>!ahoney and Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck, Washington, worn dinner guests recently of Mr and Mrs Alvin Johnson at Hardy. Honors Guests Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley gave a luncheon Wednesday for a small group of friends honoring Mrs Forest Twogood, Hollywood, Cal., Mrs Thomas O'Haire and Mrs Alice O'Rourke, Des Moines. ^Tuesday, September 4, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper D«» Molne$-5 Mrs Kathryn Mahoncy and her guests Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck. Washington, attended the weddinp recently at Britt of William Storck son of Mr and Mrs Bob Storck. The bridegroom is a nephew of W D. Storck. Birthday Pnrty Ruth Benschoter, Alan Hdit and John Schutter Jr , gave a surprise party for Diane Malueg recently In celebration of her seventeenth birthday. The guests provided the refreshments and the evening was spent at games and dancing. Farpxvpll I.iinrliroti Mrs Carl Morck Jr. was guest al a luncheon recently at the Country club given as a farewell by members of her bridge club. Present were Mrs Allen Buchanan Mrs Ed Gilniori 1 , Mrs Don Ferris, Mrs Robert MeCullough, Mrs Lelghton Mlsbach, Mrs Richard Norton, Mrs Craig Smith nnd Mrs William Stcele. The Morcks are moving to Boulder, Colo., whore Mr Morck will bo associated with Druggists Mutual. Duplicate MrldRp ri!!'> The regular bi-monthly mooting of the Algona Duplicate Bridge club will be hold at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the Algona Country club. Winners at the last master point session were: North-South: 1st, Mr nnd Mrs B. H. Amllo, Humboldt: 2nd. Mrs A. II. Mills and Mrs C. V. Porter, Fort Dodge; :ird. Mr nnd Mrs George Porter, Fort Dodge. Etist-Wesl: 1st, Kalherine Gilmore and Clara bonder; 2nd Matt Scanlun and Janet Wills; :inl, Mr and Mrs Orville Hakes. Wedding Attendant Sue LaBarfe went to Mason City- Monday to attend Sabra Olson as bridesmaid, It was a horns garden wedding, with reception following. Pp.rnonal Shower Charlene LaBarre and Kathy Bay were hostesses at a personal shower Friday evening for Connie Mungor. Sixteen girls, high school classmates of tho honoree and hostesses were guests and the mother's of the bride-elect and groom-elect, Mrs Robert Munger and Mrs Harold Colwcll. Mrs Don Ferris and Mrs Mel Boy assisted with the arrangements. Sons Visit Mrs D. D. Monlux was visited from Friday till Tuesday by Dr. and Mrs Andrew Monlux, Ray and Laura, Stlllwater, Okla. Other weekend guests were the son, Dr. William Monlux and wife, Ames. Jolly Neighbors The Jolly Neighbor club met with Mrs Aneta Vehlmg on Aug. 13 at B o'clock with 12 ladies pro- sent. Discussion was had on going on a tour. Election for now members was voted on: President, Joan Hackbarth; secretary - tre;<- surer, Viola Wichtenclahl; Reporter and cheerleader, Christina Scegr- bnrth; vice president, Gladys Ratling. The next meeting will be held Sept. 1<J at Helen Schormann's. T A small deposit will holil your selections. You save 20' '< this week at GRAHAMS on big 70 x 90 soft cotton single sheet blankets 1 Choose from solid pastels or snowy white, soft plaids, or horizontal ombre stripes, regular 2.49 . . , this week at $1.99 LAY-AWAY SALE LAY-AWAY SALE Beautiful stripe blanket in 75'' rayon, 15'i cotton, 10'' nylon blend. 72 x 90 Rose, Blue, Walnut 2 Ib. wt. Training «5 Service B Better Living Electrically! 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