The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 13
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Tuesday, Ottaber 2, New Bride Is Shower Honoree At Lone Rock Lone Rock - Mrs Vaughn Cramer, the former Wanda Wetzel was honored at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church Saturday evening, Sept. 22. Guests were registered by Shirley Marlow, and the gifts were received by Marcia and Theresa Marlow. Mrs Clair Bollinger was chairman of the program committee and presented the following program: Gail Ann Marlow sang three selections, accompanied on the piano by her sister, Madonna Kramer. Mrs Roger Long gave a humorous reading, Carol Zum ach presented a reading. Mrs Cramer was assisted in opening her gifts by Marilyn Bollinger and Kay Geitzenauer. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Wilmer Wichtendahl, Mrs Harlan Marlow, Mrs Milton Marlow, Mrs Eldin Marlow, Mrs Lyle Marlow. Mrs Dick O'Donnell, Mrs Ralph Bicrstedt, Mrs Art Baker, Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mrs Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mrs Marvin Kueck, Mrs- Art Priebe, Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl, Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mrs Art Zumach, Mrs Clinton Rath, Mrs R. W. Wetzel, Mrs Herbert Potratz, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mrs Wilfred Radig, Mrs Ornic Behrends and Mrs Harlan Blanchard. Wanda Wetzel was married to Vaughn Cramer Sept. 8 at Albia. Mrs Mary Genrich and her niece, Janell attended a funeral at Belmond for Otto Hansen, Darrell Hansen's father. Mrs Jack Quinn spent a few- days at Cedar Falls last week al the home of her daughter and son- in-law, Mr and Mrs Jim Thul and family. She helped care for the Upp., P.. Year-Old Hurt On Playground, Fenton School Fenton — Emily Matthiesen, B year-old daughter of Mr and Mr< Homer Matthiesen, was injured cluring the morning recess on the Fenton school merry-go-round She slipped off and fell to tin ground badly lacerating her lower lip and loosening three permanent teeth. She was (nken to Holy Family hospital in Estherville where thr wound was cleaned and some stitches put in. It is hoped llu three teeth can be saved. Mrs Matthiesen had gone witl- the Fenton Women's club to Kana wha that day and when she reach ed Kanawha she received the news of the accident. She returner' home shortly after lunch to look after her daughter. children during her daughter Bar bara's illness. The Presbyterian Senior high young people went on a campinp trip last Friday night following the football game. They went to the Presbyterian Camp area on Lake Okoboji, took sleeping bagu and slept out. In the morning, they cooked breakfast over an open fire, turned the camp anr 1 returned home about noon. Those who participated are Rachael and Mary Hurlburt, Peggy Pettit Sharon Harson, Judy Kraft, Mollie Blanchard, Janet Hammer- Strom, Rodney Jensen, Willis Bollinger, Alan Marlow, Ronnie Behrends, Richard Pettit. Chapcr ones were Rev. and Mrs Meyer and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft. Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Mr.- Woodrow Pettit went to Cedar Rapids Tuesday where Mrs Blan chard was guest officer as Marth; at the Cedar chapter of the O.E.S They also visited Gail Pettit; the Frank Stewart home and Mrs Anne McGowan and returned home on Wednesday. The Idle Hour Club met Thursday, Sept. 27 at the home of Shir- "THE INTERNS" starting with a midnight show Friday night at 11:30 and regular showing Sunday thru Wednesday at the Algona Theatre party for Mrs Witry who is 95. Ray Avey of Mount Morris, 111. recently visited Mrs Mary Genrich. A guest of Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow Wednesday was her moth er, Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft. Guests of Mrs Leo Schmidt Wednesday afternoon were Mrs Howard Krause and Mrs Walter Krause. Mr and Mrs Bud Miller and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Wayne Miller home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Carl Olson and Ruth of Livermore were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Louie Householder Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Radig and Ronnie spent Sunday with the Donald Radigs. Mr and Mrs Tony Winter and family visited her mother, Mrs Theresa Farrow at Fairmont Sun- day. Mrs Dale Wegener visiled Mrs Martha Rath at Estherville last Wednesday. Miss Yager spent the weekend at her home at Calmar. Guests at the Roger Jensen home for dinner Friday were Mr and Mrs R. J. Edwards of Sandstone, Minn. Susan Montgomery, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. A. 'l.ee, tried nut for the Scottish Highlanders at the State University of Iowa at lown City last Wednesday. A total of :!!!? girls tried out and Susan was one of the HI? ncceptod on a tentative basis. After a six week pro bation period, 75'; will be accepted as permanent Highlanders. Guests at the Harvey Larson home Monday evening to help Mrs Larson celebrate her birthday were Mrs Effie Teeter and Donna, Robert Arend and Mrs Lloyd Broesder of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ed Larson and Mrs John Thompson of Minneapolis, who is here on vacation. Vernon Modderman spent Sunday with his parents at Alexander. Former S-City Lady Passes; Cancer Victim Mrs Clarence Gardner, 52, Madrid resident of Swen City and vicinity until three years ago. died Wednesday ;it a hospital n( Boone. Death was attributed to cancer. She had been in failing health for several years. She was born Oct. 12, 1909 near Algona. The Gardners farmed near Swea City, later moved to town until they left for Madrid. Surviving are her husband and three sons, James of West Branch, Robert of Iowa City, and Thomas at home. There Is one grandchild. A s6n, Donald, is deceased. A brother, Carroll Potter, resides at Algona. There is a sister in Missouri. Funeral services were held at HI:no a.m Friday tit the Suiulberg funeral home al Madrid and at '2 p.m. Saturday at the First Methodist church in Swea City with Hev. R. Iv Maus, pastor, officiating. Burial WHS at Harrison township cemetery. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAN! .":' Preparing to make hospital rounds in "The Interns," arc, left to right, Nick Adams, Haya Hararect and Michael Callan. Also starred arc Cliff Robertson, James MacArthur, Suzy Parker, Anne Helm, Stcfanip Powers, Buddy Ebscn, Telly Savalas and Kay Stevens. A Columbia Pictures release, "The Interns" is based on Richard Fredc's best-selling novel. ley Habeger with 15 members present, and one guest, Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Marian Inman was in charge of entertainment. The October meeting will be at thr home of Marjorie Person and will be an evening meeting. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf were Sunday dinner guests at the Frauka Schadendorf home in La kota. Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen and son were also guests. The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary will meet Oct. 3 at the Legion hall in a joint meeting with the Legion. Hostesses will be Rosalia O'Don nell, Viola Marlow and Georgia Marlow. Recent visitors at the Emm;) Hurlburt home were Mr and Mi>Fred Rath, Mr and Mrs Ornir Behrends, Mrs Henry Schroeder Mrs Andrew Thomson, Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs Dennis Priebe Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Roy Zunkle, Mrs George Kissner and Janece, Mrs Vic Dreyer, Mrs Donald Radig, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Ed Ohm, Mrs A. A. Krucger, Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Jim Marlow and Rev. Meyer. Wednesday evening visitors at the Leo Schmidt home were Mr and Mrs F. J. Sullivan, Nina Kracht and Linda Sue. Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer attended a 25th anniversary celebration honoring Mr and Mrs George Snyder at St John's Lutheran church in Burt Tuesday evening. The occasion was sponsored by the Ladies' Aid. Mr Snyder is Mrs Meyer's brother. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family had as a guest Sunday Yvonne Hoist, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Hoist of Algona. Mrs Margaret Lynch spent over a week in Waterloo visiting three of her sisters, Mrs Gertrude Kerr, Mrs Elizabeth Trost am 1 Mrs Phil Beck. She also attended an open house birthday party for a friend, Mrs Lizzie Witry whom she has known for 45 years. About 125 guests attended the (•••••••••••••I Hmm rr: •^^^ -"•fTjurw^.i-*^* Oops... ROW I SEE WHY MOMMY *^ SAYS... EVERYTHING TASTES BETTER COOKED ELECTRICAUYl Yummy! Yes, All Ways Better... Flameless Electric Cooking '%j$i>» "f EXPECT SATISFACTION from your flameless electric range,, i evert though we don't recommend a steady fare of mud pies! • It's the heart of your flameless electric kitchen, so clean, so cool, so fast, so automatic' • And it won't go out of date! Enjoy flameless electric cooking,,. NOW! 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Machiuu washable, iji warm water. ij | Penney's (Algena) is open Friday 9:00 to 9:00; Monday, Tues- II « day, Wednesday, Thyrsday, and Saturday 9 to 5:30 m m m m m

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