The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1962
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6-Atgofto (la.) Upper Oe« Molnet tuesday, Otlober 16, Algerians Wed 50 Years The children of Mr. and Mrs. Leo WaldschmitH. Algona, will be hosts at an Open House in observance of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 21, from 2 to 4 at the Algona Hotel. A cordial invitation is extended to all of their relatives and friends. (Long's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) Dennis Wilberg has been con- Mr and Mrs Charles Morris and fined to his home the past few' Will Christenson and Ruth Krue- days suffering with a case of the mumps. ger were Sunday afternoon guests of the P. iM. Christenson's. by Iowa State Bank power: The ability to eat one salted peanut. Will Are you captivated by the lines - excited by the appeal and breathless from the smooth quiet movement? Then you must have a touch of new car fever. Visit the showrooms and choose your favorite from the sleek new car models. And, come to Iowa State Bank for each convenient financing. A father was defining the term "split-second" to his son: "That's the length of time it takes from the moment the light turns green until the guy behind starts honking." Two can live as cheaply as one - and generally ' have to. Algona's Home-Owned Bank OWA STATE BANK PICK-A-PRIZE SWEEPSTAKES PRj Hi I WTirfr • i [• ,000 PRIZES . 1,000 WIHNERS \ rJrrt Place winner Choos M From i Thew ^ •swwaar— NORTON MACHINE WORKS 117 No. Hall CY 4-4658 Bridal Shower Honors Burf Young Lady Burt — Mrs Richard Tnmkhill. UPC Lana Cunningham. Burt, was Ihc of honor at a post nuptial miscellaneous shower held at St. John's Lutheran church on Monday evening. The many guests present were registered 'by Mary Hasmussen. In charge of the program were Mesdames Larry Holding and Dick Lavronz. The program included selections by the St. John's Children's Choir, directed by Pastor Wm. Scheer; a reading by Mary Mc-Farland, and several games led by Mrs Holding. Mrs Trunkhill was assisted in opening her many gifts by Gather- ne Trunkhill, Marie Diers, Mary McFarland and Janice Dreyer. Mrs Scheer presided at the tea able. Lana Cunningham and Richard 'runkhill were united in marriage on Au. 25. and are now at home on a far mnear Burt Mrs Harley McFarland was chairman of the shower. She was assisted by Mesdames Rudy Willrett , Letha Wittkopf, Hazel Carrol. Marie Dreyer. Ruby Hinck- Icy. Marian Wcstling. Viola Becker. .Margaret Bait. Esther Miller. Marj Lavrenz. Tillie Madsen. Hazel Teeter. Lillian Lavrenz, Ann Beumgaard, Gloria Presthus. Eva Shipler. Mary Rasmussen. Palma Holding. Laura Woltz. Edna Riedel. Thelma Lappe Doretta Abbas. Velma Cook. Netlie Giddings. Lily Bleich. John Gifford. Lillian Heerdt. Harriet Black. Lucille Hoover. Ruth Long Doris Larson. Helen U'ermers and the Misses Alvina and Vivian Dutton. Burt Mariners Elect Twenty six members and 14 guests were present at the October meeting and "guest night" of the Burt Mariners Club. Rev. Benjamin Meyers, Lone Rock, was guest minister and spoke to those present. The group was also taken on the "Fall Cruise" of the Mariners via reports given by Mesdames Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and Leonard Stenzel, who attended the Cruise held at Madrid, Iowa, Sept 22 and 2.'i. In business transactions of the evening officers for the new year were ejected. Those elected were: Mr and Mrs Russell Patterson, Shippers; Mr and Mrs Larry Holding, First Mates; Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Log Keepers; Mr and Mrs Bob Angus, Pursers; Mr and Mrs Gary Stokes, Dr. and Nurse; Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Lookouts: Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt. Chaplains. Hostesses for the Guest Night were Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr and Mrs Duane Mawdsley. Mrs Don Patterson and John were hostesses at the fall meeting of the C.A.R. (Children of The American Revolution i at their home Wednesday. Judy Jolley. ! Fenton. president, presided . High: light of the meeting was the .show| iiij> of colored slides taken by j members attending the National CAR. convention held in Wash- I ington, I). C. Hurt Lutheran firolps The MHho-iist church circle, will meet on Wednesday. Beth Circiu will meet "with H.i/H Larson with Elizabeth K'-nnHy assisting hostesses. Marilyn Johnson will give the devotions and Marian Westling will be in charge of the program. Beulah Circle — hostf-ssos. Mvr tie Zwiefel; devotion-;. l.vMn M,, nu-.; program. Lorraine C.irripnc'. Floivncc r, r , ic ho-,lcw^ Frances S;:P h<-\ . deu,t,',as r,.-n hair .Jinny ("ink- S/riith. d»-vo:ions program, hos'cs Beniia B,u r The members of the r p \\ , A ,I- mecl on Wi'ilnesday afternoon v.i'h Mesdames Charles Scott w \V Bocttcher, J (; Glapsa<Hlc- arid Will Vogel as hostesses. Mrs Dale Dun<ias will give the devotions and Mrs H A. Srnidt uill lead in ((,.program ••Christian Sl.-wanU,i (J Herman Schroedcr. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Terry attended funeral services at Hutchmsori -Minn on Monday for U-Roy j|ou fk, 45. Mr Houck was a nephew "I Mr Schroeder and a cousin of Mrs Cook. Virginia Bohi, a sophomore u Mornmgside College- and M ,- , Bohi. who teaches remedial read "if- 1 at Laurens, .spent the week end at their home. Mr and Mrs Vern Hafdal and children, Titonka, were Sunday guests at the Lawrence Doei'e home. Mr and Mrs Jack Gettman and . famih, Algona, spent Sunday at 1 the home of her mother and sis I ter, Mrs Kate Groen and P.atj j Larry Hinckley, who .spent the past two weeks with his parent- wft Monday for Omaha, Neb whare he will attend a Western Electric Cross Bar School for 1 weeks. George Manas, Bob Hamilton Glee Bullock, Wayne Mann am Homer Sabin enjoyed several day., fishing in northern Minnesota. The men admit fishing wasn't too good. Mr and Mrs Arnold Clark anc family, Akron, la., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Elsit Lockwood. On Sunday, Mrs Clark was the honored guest at a birthday dinner. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Lester Bonnstetter, Arnold Park, Mr and Mrs Russell Tebbin and children, Calif., Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood and Herbert Hoffman. Sunday guests of Mrs Ella Meyer were Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyer and boys and Mr and Mrs Eu- Clair Meyer and family. Supt. Harold Martin, Burt, as well as other superintendents rom Kossuth county attended the imuial Superintendents meeting Wednesday at Morningside college. Sioux City. Mrs Erma Harvey, Swea City, was hostess on Thursday to ten members of the Burt Past Mat- \vas a guest. The afternoon was spent socially with Ethel Dremme in charge of entertainment. Rev. Wm. Bohi was host on Thursday to the 22 Spencer Dis trict Methodist ministers and their wives at the Burl church. District Superintendent and Mrs Ralph Kitterman, Spencer, were guests. The November meeting will be held at Fenton with Rev. and Mrs Paul Hoyt as hostesses. Members of the Burt Woman's club, County President, Be^> Mitchell, Jean Lockwood, Elsie Lockwood, Helen Vogel, Helen Smith, Mary Jean Andrews, Genevieve Graham, Theela Christensen, Beth Miller, Leona Lacy and Ethel Dremmel were among the 300 Federated Women in attendance at the 6th District meeting of the clubs held at Emmetsburg. Twenty-two members of the Burt ions club met at Cunningham's cafe at 6:30 on Monday for a 'Kick-Off Breakfast" launching he one day fund raising drive for he Boy Scouts. Burt again met its quota or their air share in the Scouting program n fihe Praire Gold area council. rons club. Mrs Jones, Swea City, Burl Lions collected $297.00 - -» - • mm ^ m 9 ^ ^ppy^ ^^ Notes Of Servicemen SHEPPAttD AFB, Tex. - Airman Third Class Marlyn R. Sachs or Lakota, is being reassigned to the Dtiluth Municipal Airport, Minn., following his graduation from the United States Air Force technical training course for electrical power production specialists here. Airman Sachs learned to operate and repair diesel engine generators used to furnish electric power to Air Force installations. A graduate of Lakota Consolidated High School, he attended Wartburg College at Waverly, la He is the son of Mr and Mrs Eldon 0. Sachs, Lakola. Women's Club Met Fenton — The Fenton Women's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Raymond Sloeber with Mrs E. K. Johnson assisting hostess. Roll call was "Appro- priate Living Room Pictures" cousin, Mrs Feffi ttuisffian of" answered by 14 members. Mrs E. W. Huske and Mrs Hilbert Biorstedt were trie program committee and presented Mrs Ruskc'a Spencer, who showed slides and spoke on a trip she took to Vene* zucla. Mrs Richard Stuck! and Julie were guests. nm!money saver Pepsi half-quarts inahamfy 8-bottle carton! 69< PLUS DEPOSIT *^Sr . (WM ,. ~ "^~ ANNIVERSARY SsL Stores ** n / If • • -~ i*i( • / -^yF" '"" • ""4!W r _ Less talWprice! _. I* mm*** W pinwale;cofriuroyiSlini T pants ^ mm^ L * ' I i^ : 9. 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