The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 11, 1962
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Host Visitors Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein ha as dinner guests ]ast week Su " «uy Mr and Mrs Walter Plum and two sons.^Pomona CaMf nirlhdny Honored Mrs Marie Kunz entertained a a luncheon Saturday for Mrs Flor ence Beardsley, whose birthday was being observed. Cards at Mr' Kunz home followed. Fete Guest Mrs Milton Norton entertainer 1 a few friends Wednesday for he, sistor-in-lnw, Mrs Edna Ferguson Keokuk, Mrs Lloyd Robinson e tertamed at a dessert luncheo, Thursday for Mrs Ferguson. Rirthday Observance Mrs Amy Johanson observed p birthday anniversary Thursdav and had a few guests for a so<-ia' hour Birthday cake baked bv her daughter Mrs Robert Bonnette was served with ice cream and coffee. Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor lodge will have a family pot luck supper Mondav Sept. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the Izaak Walton League hall. Bring yoin own table service and a covers 1 dish. An important business meeting will follow. House Party Mrs Joel Herbst entertained ai a house party last Tuesday til' Thursday at her cottage at thr Okobojis. Guests were Mrs Dor Hutchison, Mrs H. W. Pletch Mr* F. C. Scanlan, Mrs H. M. Smith Mrs Matthew Streit and Mr- Clara Zendcr. Karen Bradley, Algona, Will Wed Bode Man Earl of Wesley and their families. Mrs Earl Robinson entertained 10 children Saturday, Sept. 1, as a surprise for Charles 6th birthday Mr and Mrs Joe Drummer and daughter of Livermore are spending some time in the parenta John Weig home. Alice Richtsmeier, R. N., o Phoenix, Ariz, is spending he vacation at her parental A. N Richtsmeier home. She leave Sept. 25 for Phoenix. The annual turkey dinner wil be served at St. Joseph's parisl lall Sunday, Sept. 16, serving from 4 to 8 p.m. Janice Vitzthum, who is employ ed in Des Moines, spent las' veek and this week of her vaea lion with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum, and with other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Gary Lyons and children of St. Paul, Minn, were guests of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman, several days last week. They all visitec' the Robert Kains and George Scuffhams at Algona and other relatives. Julie McCullah. 3 The third birthday of Julie dau gnter of Mr and Mrs Marlin McCullah, was celebrated Sept. 5 am' guests were Mr and Mrs Ralpl- McCullah, Ruthven, Mr and Mi- James Jensen and Roy, Mrs Ro bert Starkey and Mr and Mrs Harold Jorgenson, Graettinger. Plan Pancake Supper The Women of the Moose arc planning a pancake and ham supper, Sept. 18, <U 'he Moose Ha)! here. St.-ving to star' at 5 through 8 p.m. The committee in charge, named by Mrs Jean Reynolds senior regent, includes Mrs Jerri Briggs, Mrs Cyrilla Siefert and Mrs Corrine Laing. I Mr and Mrs G. T. Bradley, AI ona, announce the engagement nd approaching marriage of their aughter Karen, shown above tc obert Zeimet, son of Mr and Mrs ugene Zeimet, Bode. Karen is a graduate of Garrigan high school and Antonian School of Practical Nursing. Robert is a senior at St. Ambrose, Davenport. The wedding is planned for Nov. 17 (UDM Engraving) Wesley School Opened Doors September Four Corners Club The Four Corners Mothers am Daughters Club will meet. Thurs day, Sept. 13 at 2 o'clock at th Good Hope church with Opn Simpson and Evelyn McNeill a hostesses. Roll Call is "Describ my first school building" anc payment of dues will be made Program Committee will be Irem Hnldren and Laura Voigt. Reveal ing of secret sisters will be recit ed. Friendly Club The Riverdale Friendly Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Jean Metzen with Carolyr Weydert assisting hostess. Bonnie Metzen was u guest. Prizes were awarded to Sylvia O'Brian am 1 Bonnie Metzen. Plans were made for the Xmas Banquet to be held at Van's Cafe. The next meeting, (which is Guest Day) will be held at Arlene Simon's with Aga tha Schneider assisting hostess. Lunch was served. First Meeting The Algona Federated Women's club will hold the first meetinr of the year Sept. 17 at 7:30 o'clock in the Farm Bureau. The program will be colored slides "Scene Changer of Celanesc Fibe Fabrics" and comments on Fed eration will be given by Mrs Dor, Mitchell, county chairman, Burt Old songs and new will be pre sented by Mrs Newton Coughen our. Each member may bring ; guest. Mr and Mrs Kill Marshall am family returned last week froir a three-week camping and visitinp trip in the west. They visited Bill's brothers, Robert at Red ding, Cal. and Raymond at Spok ane, Wash., two uncles, the liar old and Lee Smiths at Seattle and the Walt Nelsons at Davenport Wash. They visited the World 1 * Fair and camped at the Rocky Mountain National Park, Salt Lake City, along the coast and Yellowstone. The Stanley Soren sons and Bill Marshalls spent Sunday at Clear Lake swimming and picnicking. The Bill Marshalls had, a steak fry Labor Day. Guests were the Willis Marshalls, Bruce and Micki and Mrs Ellen Marshall. At the Eldon Cemetery, a giant elm tree stands along the roadway. Growing from a hole in its base is a medium sized hickory tree, presumably planted years ago by some energetic squirrel. U'oslcy — On Sept. 4, classes a St. Joseph's parochial school be ean. The enrollment is 138. The faculty at St. Joseph's are Father Phillips, superintendent Sister Mary Ralph, principal and 7th and 8th grade teacher; Mr Vivian Monson, 5th and 6th grad es; Sister Mary Catherine, 3n and 4th grades; Sister Mary My les, 1st and 2nd grades. Sister Mary Ralph introduced p new cabinet system. They keep the school and playground ii order. They wear a badge and are equipped with a white belt. James Youngwirth is captain and Gary Loebig is lieutenant captain. The 17 first graders are Jarett Bauer, Edward Becker, Jear Becker, Michael Bode, Michael Eischen, Randolph Forburger Nancy Hamilton, Diane Hildman. Wanda Hrubes, Thomas Loebig, Robert Reiling, Nancy Ricke Elmer Studer, Michael Studer, Ruth Studer, LaDonna West and Mary Youngwirth. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of DCS Moines spent Sept. 2-3 with their son Darrell of Algona and < WSCS will meet Sept. 12 in the Methodist church with Mesdames Anna Haynes, Venita Weir, Kate Flom, Maureen Harr. Mildred Baylor will lead devotions and Hazel Gerdes will give the lesson Mrs Jack Van Cleve and Mich ael of Long Beach, Calif, spen several days recently in the par ental Carl Johnson home. M: Van Cleve remained in Des Moines with a brother who is ill Mr and Mrs John Hildman, Es ther and Dorothy took their daughters and sisters, Rose Ann and Mary, to Milwaukee, Wis. Sept. 1 Prairie Neighbors met Sept. 11 at the Laurence Baylor home. The lesson was given by Mrs Tom Lickteig and Mrs Ray Steven. The annual American Legion Auxiliary membership party ha? been postponed from Sept. 12 tc Sept. 19. Lunch will be served ay a committee instead of a pot uck lunch as had been planned. Mrs Wm. Flanagan of Phoenix. Ariz, spent several days last week vith her sister, Mrs Viola Studer. They visited their mother, Mrs Luken, a resident at Good Samaritan Home, Algona, and with other relatives. Mr an,.: Mrs Matt Berger and Cleo of Roselle spent Labor Day with their niece and cousin, Mrs Ray Becker and family. Mrs Lawrence Baylor accom panied Mrs John Frankl of A! gona to Guttenberg Tuesday to visit the Harlan Frankl family. Mr and Mrs John Paulson and Mr and Mrs Richard Madsen ar< on a vacation trip to Lake Louise, Canada, and to Washington, Oregon and Montana. Rev. and Mrs Herman Smith and her mother, Mrs Belle Wheel er returned Thursday from f week's visit with relatives in North Dakota and a tour of the Black Hills area. Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and family spent the Labor Day weekend in Sargeant, Minn, with his folks the Mike Goetzes. They also visited the Clarence Goetz 'home n Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs Mike Vitzthum are parents of baby boy born Sept. 4 at the Britt hospital. He has been named Rodney George. Mother ind baby were brought home Fri lay morning. Their two othe,- hildren, Wayne and Duane, were ared for at the home of their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Ricke. Mr and Mrr George Vitzthum all paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs A. N. Uichtsmeier and Bob and Alice Richtsmeier attended the wedding Sept. 3 of their son and brother, David Vincent Richtsmeier and Marlene Booth, at Bowius, Minn. They alsc visited their daughter and sister. Sister M. Alstacia at the School of Sisters of Notre Dame. the manager of the Union Slough Gamp Refuge. They visited the Harry Truman Library of Independence, Mo., anc drove through the beautiful Ozarks. Arriving at New Orleans, the\ crossed Lake Pontchartrain by a 2"! mile long bridge - the largest in the world. They found New Orleans to be fabulous. They went on a three hour guided tour of the city. Perhaps the most impressive part of the tour was the old Spanish and French Quarters, the buildings of which were built in the 18th Century and are being preserved in their original formes as much as possible. On the homeward trip, they visited the Shiloh Civil War Battle grounds in Tennessee, the Kentucky Dam - a huge T.V.A. project near Paducah, Ken., Lincoln's Home, museum and tomb all in Springfield, 111., and Lincoln's New Salem Village outside of Spring field. The Sparks covered over 3,000 miles. Barber Opens New Shop, Tyke Titonkn — David Gouge from Algona opened his barber shop in Titonka Sept. 7. He has purchased the building owned by Mrs I,. G Smith and redecorated it. Darrel Beavers, who has been operating the barber shop about G years, closed his shop Saturday night, and plans for the future are ndefinite. Buffalo Boys 4-H club met at he home of Le Ann Gingrich. A lemonstration was given by the hostess and lunch was served by Burt Family Returns From SHEAKLEYS THE PLACE TO SHOP IF YOU WANT TO HAVE THE Burt — Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks, Darryl and Jim of Burt lave returned from a ten day trip through eight states. Their first night was spent in .he home of Mr and Mrs HanH iurgess and family of Mound Jity, Mo. The Burgesses former- y lived in Titonka where he was SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY PARLOR OPEfsfMONDAYS THROUGH SATURDAY MONDAY SPECIAL Regular $10 Permanent . . Call CY 4-3477 For Appointments » • HURRY!HURRY!HURRY! '62' FORDS GOING FAST 3 New Fairlanes Left 1-Fairlane 4 Door 2-Fairlane 500, 4 Doors 3 Company Cars (DEMONSTRATORS) 1-Galaxie 500, 4 Door 1-Fairlane 500, 4 Door 1-Falcon 4 Door NEW CARS AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS Don't Delay - See Us Today KENT Motor Mrs Gingrich a( (ho close of the mrefing. The W. P. Tnipsdol! family wore visitors in Titonkn Suml;iy Me was formerly supt. of schools'here and is now locnled at Maynard. Proud parents of twins nrp tho ary Michaelsons. Tlipy wore born Aug. 31 at Rritt. Thp girl Sherry Lee, weighed six pounds 14 ounces , nnd the hoy, Terr> Lynn, weighed seven pounds, fl ounces. Kqunlly proud are the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Very I Schmidt and Mr and Mrs Neal Miehaelson. A meeting of (he American I,eg. on Auxiliary was hold Monday evening with Irene and Doris liggins as hostesses. The ,Jun or Auxiliary held 'their annual >icnic following school Monday nd reported a very good time. ' II, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper D« MotrtM-3 Ringsted Totals 432 This Year Kingslrrt — Enrollment in Ring• sted schools has taken a small jump over last year, according to Supt. Hoberl Gustafson. There are 4M students enrolled. 2M in the elementary building, with 128 boys and 105 girls in kindergarten through Oth grade. Those filing nomination papers for director on the school board were Norman Wilberg, Donald Hoppus. nnd .lames Johnson. One will be elected to replace Roger Petersen. c-tiier members of the board are M. H F'etersen, board president, Axel Thomsen, John Phillips and' Clay Warren. © Memories are made oi this: gowns for the bride in exquisite fabrics, romantic styles — bridal party fashions in the newest designs and colors — keepsake accessories in veils, crowns, gloves and jewelry . . . and they're all here! PHONi GY 4-35Q4 & ASK FOR HAROIO KUCHfNRIUTHIB, JIM SCHfNCK or FRED KENT JR. For the bride: the simple lines of a royal Princess, fashioned in peau de soie. The bridesmaids we,ar swirls and drapes of silk organza; in a choice of colors. We Welcome Charge Accounts & Have A Convenient Lay-Away Plan

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