The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 11, 1962
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j-Al96ha MottlM Tuesday, September 11, 1962 Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven ha as weekend guests Mr and Mr Everett Hodgin, Alden. Mrs Lewis Marshall and Mr Gene Minard spent Wednesday a Des Moines with friends. Mrs Nell Potter was visited las week by her granddaughter, Mr D. E. Swartz, Waterloo. Mr nnd Mrs William Kunchey spent last Sunday at Britt with Mr , and Mrs M. 0. Richards. Mr and Mrs Glenn Straycr were at Rochester, Minn, and Mason City last week on business. Mr and Mrs VV. L. Sno.lgresr had as guests last week Mr and Mrs Merlin Young, Plainfield. Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwnll were visited Wednesday by Mr and Mrs William De Kruif, Mason City. Mrs Nancy Morrall has been visited by her grandson and wife Mr and Mrs Robert Le Vier Iowa City. Kevin Schmitt came from Dp Moines to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Sehmitt. Mr and Mrs Lowell Smith recently visited the letter's parents. Mr and Mrs Henry Bell at Waupaca, Wis. Mr and Mrs Lyle Riedinger have returned from a recent vaca Mr and Mrs Herbert Limber have taken the Henry Johannsen apartment. He is employed at the Gamble store. Dr. and Mrs Joseph Koone\ went to DCS Moines today (Tues day) where the doctor will attend a medical meeting. Mrs G. A. Sharp was visited Sunday by her son Delbcrt and family of Csniby, Minn. Mr Sharp is again hospitalized at Iowa City Mr and ,^rs Howard Plait are faking their son John to Iowa City Sept. 13 where he will enter his sophomore year at the University Gary Rusk is leaving soon for Iowa City and will take a pharmacy course at the university. HP s a son of Mr and Mrs BJes.s' Rusk. Mrs Ida Nickerson is confine Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison took their daughter Joanne to Mason City last Monday to entrain for Tucson, Ariz, after her six week visit here. Mr and Mrs Joel Herbsl are returning this week from the Oko- - tion at Maryville, Mo., with Mrs Riedinger's parents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Strong and at Kansas City with Mr and Mrs Mel Strong o bed for awhile having sufferer 1 hip injury in a fall at her home X-rays showed there were no bro ken bones. Mr and Mrs Jim \Vhittemore took their daughter, Brigitta. to Mt. Pleasant where she will begin her freshman year at Iowa Wesleyan College Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn and Family and nephew Dennis Sacl- ick, who has spent the summer iere, vacationed at Leech Lake Minn. Mr and Mrs Prieskorn -•--'-• »* i^or\uj u lave had as guests Mrs Michael SadJick, Donna Ann and Steven Chicago. The son Dennis Sadlit-k returned home with them. bojis where they have spent th summer. Joel has commuted much of the time. Afr and Mrs Marvin Krame and family drove to DCS Mnine Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Ken neth Kniernim. Mrs Kniernim i Mr Kramer's sister. Mrs Mildred Frasrr has had a guests Mr and Mrs Harlan Fraser Cedar Rapids, and Rob Fraser San Diego, Col. Bob remainer or a visit of a week. Mrs Ktla Holilrcn. Hurt, ant Mrs Emma Collinson, Oroville Calif., are guests for a few clays f Mr and Mrs William Runchey Both are former Algonans. Kzra Blum-hard is at t'nivnrsih lospital, Iowa City, where he nderwent surgery recently. Geor ?ia Wolf, Waterloo, spent a week iere with her mother, Mrs Blan- lard. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckcy ant! Ir and Mrs Harvey Steven have >cen visited by Mrs William omp, Winterscl, who ciin-iu-.liV e visit Friday. The women arc sters. Mr and Mrs A. r.. Rnrhlrnu David C. Walkpr returned („ Dubiique Sept. 5 after spending the Labor Day weekend here with his mother, Mrs Clara Walker. David will do educational teaching in the new Epworth high school at Dubuque starting Sept. 10. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith have been visited by Mr and Mrs Larry Plummet-, Tucson, Ariz. Mr Smith flew them to Des Moines for visit with the parents, Mr and Mr Donald Plummer, and from ther they went by airliner to Tucson Mr and Mrs George Sefrit wen to Nevada Sunday and there me Mr and Mrs Walter Maxson am Carol, South Bend, Ind. Mrs Se frit and Mrs Maxson are former college classmates. The daugh ler C'arol is enrolling at Drake university. Mrs Kichard \orton and Siri vent to Marshalltown last week ind took with them Mrs Norton'^ nephew, Joe Crosby, son of Mr ind Mrs William Crosby, who had >cen visiting here. They also •hited Mrs Norton's parents, Mr ind Mrs Ned Downing. Air and Mrs Duane Riley spent ist weekend at the Okobojis in heir trailer house and had as 1 nests Mr and Mrs William Goetch and Cheryl, LuVerne, Dor elson. Bode, Mr and Mrs John Brenda Thilges Weds Here .tump* Ataotin, Mrn . , , llorbr-rl MllliT, Wivil llfMiil, MM MIT . . former Algonans who have beet-Minn., have Rochleau jc John Decri- living at Fairmont, returned here. Mr associated with the company. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Brunei were visited Sunday by the parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Bruner Gilmore City, Mrs May Brunei- Plover, and Katherine Bruner Des Moines. Mr and .Mrs Milton Norton took he former's sister. Mrs Ednn Ferguson to Minneapolis Friday vhere she will visit Dr. and MrV John Ferguson and the Norton*•ill visit Mr and Mrs Walter Seidlitz. 'utnem. Sioux City. Mr and Mrs All-Weather COATS . Ctrl Goetsch and David Sabin. Mr and Mrs George Platt have moved to Iowa Ciiy where the former is taking a course at the university in business administration and the letter is teaching a Williamsburg. They previous! lived at Britt and Mrs Plat (aught in the school system there Mrs Celia Deal was visited few weeks ago by her sister. Mr Paul Parkins. Paula, and twins Cindy and Lindy, Brazil, Ind. The} had been home but a short tim when a stillborn daughter wa born Aug. 8 to the son and daugh ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jerry Parkins. ! Carol L'lfers. Baudette. Minn has enrolled at Garrigan schoo and is making her home with Mr and Mrs Vern Borman at Whittemore. A part of her time is spent nere with ner uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Roy Stoflel. Carol is a daughter of Charles L'lfers, form- Airs Pearl Potter and Mr and Airs Aluri Potter were visited over the Labor Day weekend by Mr and Mrs Durwood Potter and family, Tama. They spent part of the time at the Murl Potter cottage at Spirit Lake and were joined by Mr and Mrs Tom Potter, Oes Moines. Mrs Clara Xender and sister Mrs Frances Grantham have returned from a vacation trip to Spillville. Prairie du Chein where they went through Villa Louis then to La Crosse, Wis., where they visited the Oriental Museum to Red Wing to see the pottery and home via Rochester. Mrs James Richardson recently eft for San Diego, Cal. to join her husband who is in the navy and Mrs Brady Rovn and , Julius ('Ink, MnmTofl, mid llcrniml MllliT, 1 ,11110 Hncl< Tho hrlcli' l.i n urmlnnlp of dm-HRIM hlnh w'liiMil mid hn.s Mince hern employed nl (ho I.IHI liuv office horo, Nil- Tin brdagroom la a graduate of WON, fiend high school and is n inombcr of the National Guard, llo Is n farmer. Afler a wctldlng trip to California, tho couple will live on a farm ntinr West Bond, (UDM Engraving) REAL LOADER POWER Brenda Joan Thilges, daughte of Mr and Mrs Oswald H. Thil ges, Algona, became the bride o Dennis Miller, son of Mr and Mr Wayne Miller of West Bend ini t ceremony Aug. 29 in St. Cecelia': Catholic church here. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ceremony and John Mes cher and Robert Miller were acolytes. Sister Mary Ricarda was organist and Terry Johnson soloist. Maureen Thilges was maid of lonor; Judy Mescher and Linda Green were bridesmaids and Constance Thilges, junior bridesmaid. Lannie Miller was best man; Harry Bonstetter, Bernan' Uiller, groomsmen, and Craig mmerfall, junior groomsman. The bride, given in marriage by ler father, wore a white floor ength gown fashioned of chantil- y lace and crystal pleated tullr ver a foundation of white nylon et and taffeta. The bodice was lace falirie in basque styling. he scalloped sweetheart neckline as over a yoke of pleated tulle adorned with sequins and the long Mr Handsome, lightweight water-repellent coats in raglan sleeve style*, with pile lining that zips in and out. TOP COATS » NEW FABRICS » NEW STYLES See the new NEW COLORS NEW PATTERNS „ . look "i top coats for 1%-j & r^:-^ - jy j -- .- —. ««j ni/ru ttlJU Jean and Mrs Josephine Thompson, Minneapolis, mother of Mrs Kovn. went to Des Moines Friday to attend the graduation of the daughter Judy from the Iowa Methodist school of nursing. Recent guests of Mr and Mr* Sid Spear have been Mr and Mrs i Henry Bartels, Algonquin, III who ! came to take home the daughter Bess who had visited here a fort- niRht Mr and Mrs Aaron Hans Mrs Junior Poppe. Mrs Arthur ; -ester, Mrs Mary Zoller and Mr* j Louise Schrader, Lakota, and Mr and Mrs Don Bishey and Far] Bntt. ' f'beryl Immerfall, daughter of •Ir and Mrs L. J Immerfall will t« the State University of •"*». Iowa City. Sept 16 as a mm'"- in nursing. Cheryl at- '.<-•ndf.fl summer school at the university until Aug irj when she left -or a week s vacation in Colorado Springs. Colo. After a famih Cation to Texas. Oklahoma an?' >oun. to u.Mt relatives, Cheryl '••'•n at horn.- She was visit- Aug 21'. by Doug Jordan of Jmton ami Labor Day weekend Irc-rl Allen of West Branch Mr and Mrs Harold Roth had a* guests last Sunday Katherine Haag and Mr and Mrs Cletus Ga'ppa, Mankato, Minn. The guests and the Roths spent a part of the day at Rol/e seeing Pete Haag who is ailing. Mr and Mrs James Schneider had as guests for a week the latter's father, Martin Zatloukal, niece and nephew, Joan and Lance John, Storm Lake, while Mrs John was hospitalized. Mr and Mrs Ray Cook have received announcement of the birth Sept. 6 of a daughter to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Don Cook, Pomona, Calif. She weighed seven pounds and ten ounces and has been named Sharon Rae. Other children in the family are Kimberly and David. Mrs Dick Kain, maternal grandmother, is there to assist with the children for a few weeks. Marguerite Dalziel was accompanied to Des Moines Saturday by Eugene and David Hutchins and Kim Deal, having concluded a two week visit with her mother, M't. Hazel Lusby and Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins and family. She left via plane for Corona Del Mar, Calif., where she has a position in the school system. David will again be enrolled at the University at Iowa City and Kim is enrolled at Drake University. SHORT COATS and JACKETS BOY'S SWEATERS °"r Fall selection is ">ps in v-necks. crew- cuts,, sleeveless and the always popular button Cardigans. Many different colors, many different weaves — n| a ijj or multiple. FALL SLACKS Big selection of handsome dress slacks, wash ' n wear and po - I'sneci cottons, in your favorite fabric, favorite stjle and favorite urand. "People Hho know Quality - knov> /ender MAGIC MARKERS, for la- baling boxes. packages, drawing, marking, etc. Varied colors. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. WE HAVE AIL KINDS OF POTTED FLOWERING SHRUBS AND THEY CAN BE SET OUT ANYTIME FALL IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING EVERGREENS ASK US 11 NEW OPENING HOURS 1:00 to 5:00 Monday HUM Saturday Sundays 9:00 to 12:00 - 1:30 tp 5:00 DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of Catholic Cemetery GY 4-4$ 13 lace sleeves ended in n point at the wrist. The bouffant skirt was of lace and tulle draped ami caught up with clusters of roses at the front and sides. The chapel train was composed of alternating layers of scalloped lace and pleated tulle. Her headpiece was «• queen crown of irridescent cry stals in a scalloped design am! she carried a cascade of red rose.'and a rosary of Aurora Borcalis beads, a gift of the bridegroom. A dinner was held at noon al the VFW hall for 200 guests, followed by a reception in the afternoon. A dance was held in the evening at Dakota City. Reception hostesses were Mrs- Cwtowitwite FOR YOUR TRACTOR! Sinn-ltolst Loaders nro designed as a. jiuri of your tractor . . . with each unit custom built to perform at maximum efficiency. Tubular 3e* sltfn Rives Stan-1 foist loaders "equal strength in any direction."* Only four plus allow mounting and dismounting in seconds. Heavy duly sub-assembly distributes the load and "works with llic tractor." Stan-Hoist loaders feature "under the load lift." J'rom the enclosed bucket latch to the heavy frame and sub* assembly you will find Stan-Hoist Loaders . . , Tops in quality, power, and performance. You'll like the Stan-Hoist price tool Bulldozer, show bucket, all pur. pose buckets and other attachments are readily available at low cost! Sales and service Is assured when you buy Stan-Hoist loaders. STOP IN AND ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION TODAY1 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA 116 SO. THORINGTON CY 4-2421 fashion in action by Inspired—worn—loved by America's Queen of Bowlers MARION LADEWIG Nylon and Lycra® Spandex power not with diagonal stretch panel that lifts and holds, Up- shaped "loving-cuffs" anchor leg—allow hl-stepplng movement. All-way-stretch crotch can't cyt or bind, White or Black, P.S-M-L-XL. $12.50 Matching Sport-bra. All cotton.* White or Black, A 32-36. B 32-40, C 32-42 $3.95 •fxclu«lv« of decoration end Iniertt, Consult Mary Monaer, our graduate Goward corsetiere, if yoo have foundation gar ment problems. She will be glad to a SSis , you and to fit you to the garment best suited to your figure. We carry one of the largest stocks of and bras in this , erritory qntj ypu II have no troub.e finding „ foundation 8 ar men , here. Now is the time * b M y yoyr foundation garment before you buy that new Fall dress or suit. \

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