The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 9, 1962
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Play Cards Mrs Harold Lampright entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Bridge Hostess Mrs E. B. Carlson was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday evening. Bridge Hostess Mrs John Snere is entertaining her bridge club this evening (Tuesday). Card Party Mrs Eva Dcim and Mary Bleser were guests of Mrs Anna Norman at a card party Wednesday afternoon at Bancroft. Attend Coffee Mrs Vincent Esser and Mrs Henry Geilenfeld attended a coffee last Monday afternoon at Mrs Leona Potter's at Whittemore. Birthday Club Mrs Frank Ostrum is entertaining her birthday club Thursday evening. The anniversaries of Mrs Ralph Brown, Fort Dodge, and Atha Hardgrove will be observed. Leader Meeting The first Girl Scout leaders meeting of the new year was held Monday night at Bryant school with 29 leaders present. Mrs Howard Long, neighborhood chairman, presided and 8 new leaders were invited. Attend Rally A district rally of Degree of Honor lodges was held Oct. 4 at Sioux City. In attendance from the local lodge were Pat Cook, Margaret Brayton, Mona Hobbs, Wilma Stra- ycr and Mynra Gregson, state officer. Shows Hobbies Mrs William Dau Sr. gave a demonstration of her hobbies at the Friendly Garden Club meeting Thursday at Mrs Polly Maderas, Clear Lake. Mrs Dau is particularly interested in flower arrangements. Hosts Friends Mary Streit, Fort Dodge, entertained friends at cards .Friday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs H. M. Smith. In attendance were Mrs Nick Fisch, Mrs Elizabeth Degan, Mrs Doris McEvoy, Mrs Olive Rossman, Mrs Grace Holland, Mrs Veronica Roethler and Mrs Leo Thilges. Hostesses were Atha Hargrove, Mrs Ralph Brown and Mrs Ron Peterson. Friendly Club Met The Riverdale Friendly club met Wednesday at the home of Arlenc Simon with Agatha Schneider assisting hostess. Some of the members and guests come dressed in a Masquerade, which was the afternoon. This was guest day and a pot luck lunch was served. Nov. 7, the club will meet at the home of Mary E. Faber with Marie Bernau assisting. Halloween Party The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday afternoon, Oct. 11, at 2 o'clock in the Good Hope Methodist church with Bernice Shaw and Annette Arend as hostesses. Everyone is to come in Halloween costume or you will be fined 25c. Program committee is Betty Fisher and Darlene Walker. Wed Sept. 15 Announcements have been received of the marriage Sept. 15 at Koahoka, Mo., of Kenneth Egel, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Egel, Muscatine, to Joyce Vandel, Davenport. The father of the bridegroom is a nephew of the late Charles Egel. They will be at home till spring on the Roy Egel farm. Vieki Hohlf, 3 Mrs Virgil Rohlf gave a party Saturday afternoon, Sept, 29, in celebration of the third birthday of her daughter, Vicki Lynn. Guests were Julie, Judie, Sandra Lyle, Becky and Jane Erpelding, of Mason City, Norma, Bruce and Lynn Kohlhaas, Steve, Alan, Dennis and Gary Kollasch and the honoree's brother Brian. Games were played and refreshments served. Nuptial Courtesies Phyllis Hardgrove was recently honored at several nuptial courtesies. Hostesses at a personal shower were Bev Johnson, Karen Schultz and Emma Finley at the Johnson home. Fifteen guests were present. A miscellaneous shower at the Legion Hall was also held. Hostesses were Mrs Homer Clark, Mrs Phyllis Carr, Mrs Gene Schatt- Schneider, Mrs Stanley Nelson, Mrs Bill Specht and Mrs Jim St. John. Entertainment was a very clever love story of Phyllis and Dick by the Lady Barbershoppers. An original poem about the newlyweds was read by Mrs Jim St. John. A family shower was held at the Ralph Brown home in Coralville. Former Resident, Swea City, Rites Held Saturday Mrs Effie Ann Seylar, 90, formerly of Swea City died Wednesday at the Fairmont community hospital, where she had been a patient about two weeks. Mrs Seylar had made her home with a daughter, Mrs Arlowe Carter, ill Fairmont, for several years. She was born June 9, 1872 hear Tipton, la., and lived in Swea City for a number of years before moving to Fairmont. Her husband was in the harness and shoe repair business while at Swea City. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs Carter, Fairmont, Miss Mary Jane Seylar, Mechanicsville, la., and Mrs William Heersema, Chicago. Also, two grandchildren, three great grandchildren, two brothers survive. She was preceded in death by her husband, a son and two brothers. Funeral services were Saturday at the First Methodist church at Swea City. The Rev. E. R. Maus officiated with burial in Harrison township cemetery. Burt Council Budget Matters Burt — All members of the Burt council were present at Monday evening's meeting. The street budget was considered and discussed, however it was; not completed. It will be completed during the month and will be filed with the State Highway Department for consideration and issuance of state road use tax. A meeting was scheduled for Friday evening to meet with a consulting engineer to prepare an application for Federal Aid for the proposed sewage disposal plant to be constructed in Burt sometime in the future. Phyllis Harclgrove Weds son had charge of the guest book. Waitresses were Karen Schultz, Emma Finley, Barbara Bartlett and Pat Navoichick. Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mrs Lando Mishak were in charge of the kitchen. Pat Schwietert, Lila Tappe, Jeanette Niemier and Marilyn Sindlinger opened gifts. Mrs Lappe is a graduate of Algona high school and Burnell Hair Styling College, Fort Dodge. She is employed at the House of Beauty in Fort Dodge. Mr Lappe graduated from Fort Dodge high school and attended Community College. He is employed by Milton Will Construction Co. of Fort Dodge. (Nels Isaacson Photo • UDM Engraving) Phyllis Jeanne, daughter of Mr and Mrs John V. Hardgrove, Algona, became the bride of Richard Alien, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Tappe, Fort Dodge, Sept. 22. The double ring ceremony was performed by Msgr. Gearen at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Sister Mary Ricarda was organist, with Mrs Vincent Bernardo as soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Beverly Johnson was maid of honor with Carolyn McCaffery and Peggy Nelson as bridesmaids. Sally Schattschneider was flower girl. The groom was attended by Bob McCaffery as best man and Gene Schattschneider and Dale Niemier, groomsmen. Stan Nelson and Bill Sindlinger were ushers and Kyle Schattschneider was ring- bearer. The bride's gown was of rose- point lace with Sabrina neckline and bridal point sleeves. The skirt was tiered rose point scalloped lace ending in a chapel train. Her veil was of imported illusion tulle with a crown of seed and tear drop pearls. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of autumn bronze roses. Her pearls were a gift from the groom. A wedding reception was held following the ceremony at the VFW hall. Mrs Gene Schattschneider and Atha Hardgrove poured. Dining room hostess was Mrs Phyllis Carr. Maxine John- Buffalo Center Newspaper To New Owner The Buffalo Center Tribune is under the management of a new publisher and editor. Mr Merle E. Porter, formerly of Des Moines. Iowa. Thus, for the first time in 68 years, the Tribune was printed last week without the name Carman as an employee or owner on the staff. Mr Porter, who was born and raised at Tama, Iowa, started his newspaper career at the Tama News Herald, Tama, Iowa, where he worked until entering the Armed Forces in 1942. Following his honorable discharge from the service, he was employed as printer and pressman in Cedar Rapids, Iowa for four years. For the past fourteen years he has been employed by the American Type Founders selling printing presses and equipment in Iowa. Mrs Porter will assist her husband at the Tribune office. Mr Porter and his wife, Ivadel, have moved from Des Moines and are making their home at the Frank Schleifer place south of town on the Mill road. The present Tribune employees will continue to work for the new publisher. It has been fifty years since the retiring publisher of The Tribune started to learn the newspaper business. Mr and Mrs Carman will con- 2. FORD FAIKLAIK SQUIM i. FORD GAIAXIE COUNTRY SQUIM Now Ford wagons come in 4 beautiful sizes! With 15 model*, Ford offer* America's longest and liveliest wagon line-up! Ford—America's wagon specialist—makes it easier than ever to own a wagon that fits your family and your budget! 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KENT MOTOR COMPANY Algpnq, Iowa Untie to reside fn their apartment In The Tribune building, devote more time to photography work and try to keep occupied doing something. The Upper Des Moines takes this opportunity to congratulate our old friend, George Carman, on his long and illustrious career, and to wish Mr and Mrs Carman continued good living. And to Mr Porter, welcome to North Central Iowa newspaper circles. Swea City Has Good Turnout For Homecoming Swea City — Laura Mino and Rick Seylar were crowned king and queen at the annual Swea City Homecoming Friday evening. Doug Cummins, student body president, crowned the royalty and presented the attendants with bouquets. Tuesday, October $, 1963 Atgono (to.) Upper DM Meln«*-S Senior attendants and candidates for queen were Barb Beck and Dorothy Engholm. Othrr at tendanls were Petrea Thoreson. junior; Linda Lien, sophomore; Judy Davidson, freshman. Supt. Ed Stewart announced thai about 250 persons attended the lunch for alumni and friends following the football game. Prixos were awarded to Mrs Max i(!:iil Ann Johnson) Treet, Decorah. class of '55 for having come the greatest distance; Hay Smith, class of 1916, for person graduating the longest ago. The class of 1900 had the most members present. A dance was held following the lunch. Murray Elevator Employee Dies Bancroft — Henry II. ^lanzen, GO, of Mountain Lake, Minri. passed away Wednesday night at his room at the George Doocy residence in Bancroft. Mr Janzen had been employed at the Murray Elevator and was employed by the Ebbcrson construction co. of Minneapolis. He was helping with the new addition at the Murray Feed Mill. Death was caused by a blood clot. He leaves his wife and three sons at Mountain Lake. i/ieOld "One of the hardest secrets for n man to keep is his opinion of himself." 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