The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 16
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8-Algena (la.) Upper Pet MeSnet Tuesday, Oeteber 2, 1962 Wed Here Sept, 1 Sandra Jean Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl I, uwg Algona, and Lavern A. Wiskus, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wiskus" Bancroft, were married Sept. 1 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here' Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony The newlyweds are residing at Whittemore. A complete weddine story appeared in the UDM Sept. 18. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) ,: AROUND: ALGQNA •: ' * . * **.H •' : . ' " '' I '-' *'» 7 - Mr and Mrs Fred Schoby. Jr have named their son, born'Sept 20 at St. Ann hospital, Fred William. Bonita Louise, daughter of Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm, was baptized Sunday at the First Presbyterian church. —o— New members of the Methodist church here are Mr and Mrs Re', land Nagel and preparatory mem ber, their daughter, Sandra. United Presbyterian Women wlL have the annual Spiritual Bazaar Thursday, Oct. 11, at the church Mrs Arthur Krause is in charge of arrangements. Mrs \Ves Bartlett was dismissed last week from Park hospital a 1 Mason City after major surgery and is convalescing at her home here. Mrs Kathryn McMurray, Mrs Charles Guiknecht and Mrs Olgr Wortman, the latter of Lakota were luncheon guests of Mrs Lena Allen at Eagle Grove Saturday. United Presbyterian \Vomen will have a guest day meeting Thursday at the church. Mrs A. D Crawford is in charge of the program. Ladies from the Woden Lone Rock, Burt, Ottosen, Lakota Irvington and Barnum Presbyterian churches will be guests. Mrs Katliryn McMurray is entertaining her birthday club this afternoon (Tuesday). The anniversary of Mrs Lyle Mathes if being observed. Mr and Mrs Mathes are moving soon to Des Moincs. —o— Margaret Dnrant spent Sattir day at Mason City where she attended a meeting of the lowr Chaparral Poets. Miss Durant was the main speaker of the afternoon and also won first place in Ihe poetry contest. She founded Iowa Chaparral Poets several years ago and is at present rcg iona) treasurer. —o— Delegates to a district junior high student council convention at Mason City Oct. 24 have boor chosen. Larry Munser is distric* vice president and Chris Conn Bill Boldridge, Jean Sip«hpe, Cindy Miller and Kichard Black wil 1 present ;i panel discussion or dross codes for junior highs. Arthur Olson is faculty sponsor. —o— • Julie Olson and Marsha Miller were in charge of the pledge ser vice at the Methodist Youth Fel Inwship Sunday evening. Mr ant 1 Mrs Leonard Olson and Mr air' Mrs Maynard Miller were hosts The intermediate young people of (ho church had a campfire and picnic at Call State park. A program was given by Robert Mortenson, Algona high school teacher. By Mrs. Stanley Stecker Mr and Mrs Ray Krominga anr family were Sunday dinner guestr at the home of Mrs Reinder Krominga at Titonka on Sunday. Mrs Hilmer Hanson visited with Mrs Olga Mayland at the Gooc Samaritan Rest Home in Algona on Sunday afternoon. Donald H. Bulfer entertained Rev. and Mrs Kruse. Paul and Kathy and Miss Renee Chaussec- for dinner on Sunday, Sept. 23. Gust Koppcn returned home on Friday night after two weeks a' :he Clifford Knutson home at DC Soto. Wis. Mrs Koppen was un- ible to accompany him as she is staying at the home of Mrs Jemie the greatest watch value we ever offered at this price! CARAVELLE* A PRODUCT OF BULOVA ^ Mrs Eva Wille is at Scotts Bluff Neb., visiting relatives. While there she planned to have a re union with two of her sisters and a brother who hadn't been together for several years. —o— The Kossuth County Council for Retarded Children has selected Mrs Grace Dudley to be their delegate to the national convention to be held Oct. 17-20 at Chica go. Mrs IXi Hey is teacher of the special school for retarded chi! dren here. 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Mrs Carl Gerzema left las' week to visit her daughter anri family, the Ed Leavilts at Boswell, Pa. She is staying with the Leavitt children while Mrs Lea vitt is in the hospital. Carolyn Ley was a guest at the Northwest Presbytery Fall Re treat at Lake Okoboji Saturday and Sunday. Carolyn participated in several programs: panel discussion, a role play and also gave- a sermonctte on "Youth Ir Church." Mr and Mrs Harold Ubben am the parents of a son born on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Blue Earth hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs. and lias been named Roger Harold. They also have a daughter Wando and son Fredrick, who celebrated his second birthday on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstedl were Friday evening visitors at die Walter Sorenson home at Burf In help Mrs Sorenson celebrate a birthday The ladies are sisters Mr and Mrs Leon Kramer and Julie of St. Paul Park, Minn, visited at the parental A. C. Bierstedf home Saturday and Sunday. Sunday afternoon they all went tr Blue Earth to visit Leon's grand parent;;, Mr and Mrs Hobart and his uncle, Dr. Gene Hobart. Mrs Will Bauman accompanied Mr and Mrs Arlie Meyer of Scarville to Wilton. Wis. over the week- end where they attended the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr Mey er's parents. Mr and Mrs Robert Thompson and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Fannie Schaumberg at Elmore, Minn. Miss Renee Chaussee entertained Mr and Mrs C. A. Perrin Scott and Michele and Donald Bulfer to a buffet supper on Saturday evening. Alvin Boettcher, Otto Hertzke Walter Christ and H. J. Boettcher attended the Farm Progress Show at Blairsburg on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Steele and Rena and Miss Otto Johnson were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Charles Helgeson home at Bricelyn, Minn. Seventeen members of the Lois Unit of the A.L.C.W. of Swea City held a picnic at Huettners Gar'- dens on Sept. 20. On Sept. 18 nine members of the Friendly Neighbors club of Dolliver enjoyed a visit to the Huettners Gardens. Postmaster Pearl Smith went tc Amana, la. Saturday where shr attended an area Seminar of Postmasters. Mrs Henry Steenhard, Mr? Charles Hertzke and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner attended a District Farm Bureau Women's meeting in Mason City Friday. Ladies from Kossuth County participated in o skit narrated by Mrs Hoeppner. Miss Florence Pittaway left on Friday after a visit at the W. C Vodraska home. She went to New York and from there to Belgiurr where she works at Lowain University in Brussels. The Robert Beemer family went to Des Moines Friday and spent the night and Saturday at the Shriner convention Saturday they went to Webster City where they visited at the Guy Bcemer home. 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