The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Mrs Nell McCall entertained thermembers of one of her bridge clubs last week Tuesday afternoon. Personnel of the Petdval gat- age with the spouses were guests at the Pereival'cottage at the Okobojis recently. Mr and MM Albert Olson and" thier son-in-laV and daughter Mr and Mrs John Alke, of Titonka spent a day at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Milton Morton spent a weekend at Okoboji in 'heir cottage. They were joined by Milton's sister Eleanor of Vermillion, S.D. Joan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey has returned from Madrid where she had spent a week at the Junior Red Cross training camp. Mrs Luella Baker returned recently from Iowa City where she had been with her sister, Mrs H. H. Stewart of Kanawha, who wns hospitalized there. Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer went to Fenton Thursday where they were joined by relatives for a family picnic at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Bernard, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Palmer. VINYL BASE BEAUTIFUL, AUtHOWAWVE COLORS so EASY to , QUICK DRYJN6, } ObORtESS EASY CLEAN-UP WITH WATER SCRUBBABLE ECONOMICAL PRATT & LAMBERT VINYL BASE ex FLAT WALL FINISH • When you use beautiful, decorative Vapex tints, chosen liy color stylists, you can be sure of walls that will flatter your home and furnishings. Vapex brushes or rolls on quickly. It has no unpleasant odor. It dries fast and scrubs easily. Come in and see this beautiful new wall finish. It's economical. Ask for Vapex. ,,**** Rattiertne MeMtrtft? Mrs Frank Ostrum recently visited relatives. Mrs McMurray at Cedar Rapdis and Mrs Ostrum at Oelwein and Manchester. Mr and Mrs C. W. Fassbender, Ingnd and Willi, former residents here now living at Maywood, 111., have been visiting relatives and inends here. Mrs L. J. Kelsbft has had feee'nl word from her daughter Mrs H. L. Patton that she and her husband are moving from Billings, Mont., to Denver, Colo. Mrs Cora Bacon was visited recently by her son-in-law and daughter of Amboy, Minn. She 'x-tui-ned with them and will re- mam there for a visit of a week. Mrs Martha Adams had as recent callers her son and daughter-in-law and family of Mankato, Minn., who were enroute to Emmetsburg to attend a Will family reunion. M* and Mrs Albert Olson were joined by relatives for a Foster ramily reunion Sunday, June 23, at Klemme. Mrs Mary Foster Davis, 87, of Minneapolis, mother of «!••« Olson was present. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson were visited two days last week by the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Alvin S. Karr and Mrs M. Poll, of Ireton. They came to attend the funeral services for Mrs L. L. Riter. Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien have been visite,d by the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Borner Youngberg, of St. Paul, Minn. Other guests are their daughter and grandson Mrs Russell Thorpe and Timmie, of Auro- rw, 111. They will be joined later by Mr Thorpe. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrott were visited a week ago Sunday by the former's father George Parrott, of Aurelia and Mr and Mrs Wayne Lyon and Christine, of Dus Moines. The niece Christine remained for a longer visit and was joined «here July fourth by her parents. Mrs Dorothy Bentley of Detroit, Mich., was also be a guest. Mr Lyon is architect on the new school project Mrs Dick Post and Bonnie Mae Fett, LuVerne, Becomes Bride June 22 here. Mr and Building Supply Co. East State PAINTS and WALLPAPER Phone CY 4-3737 Distributors of Pratt and Lambert Point, Wallpaper, Floor and Wall Coverings and Gifts children and Mrs Elizabeth Post drove to Arnolds Park a week ago Sunday and were met by the son Bob Post who is at Camp Foster for a couple of weeks. They enjoyed a picnic dinner and later visited Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schott, of Topeka, Kan., who are spending the summer at their cottage. The Scotts are parents of Mrs Bob Post, son of Mrs Elizabeth Post and the late Hugh Post. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn are being visited by their nephews Dennis and Tommy, sons of Mr and Mrs Michael Sadlicki, of Chicago. The Sadlickis are parents of a new baby. They will come in August to take the children home. Other guests have been Mrs Prioskorn's sister Mrs Frank Young of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Prieskorn are celebrating their twentieth wedding anniversary Sunday, July 0, at a family picnic. Mrs Rose Loper has' returned from Omaha where she haijP.^jB- ited her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs John McClintic and family. Mr McClinic is being promoted and the family will move to Lincoln, Neb. He is employed in the traffic promotion division of the Chicago and Northwestern line. Mrs Loper was accompanied by Myrtle St. John to Truman, Minn., where they visited Mrs Loper's brother and sister-in-law. To help you get the best performance from today's higher powered, higher compression motors... A New Performanci PHILLIPS Moorland Congregatio nal church was the setting on Sat., June 22, at 8 p. m. for the wedding of Miss Bonnie Mae Fett, daughter of Mr and Mrs Forest F. Fett of LuVerne, to Alan Croonquist, son of Mr and Mrs J. Oscar Croonquist. Rev. Paul Dowty officiated in the presence of 120 guests. Wedding music was provided by Mrs George Seifert, who played the organ and Miss Janice Heine of LuVerne, who sang. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white gown of rtylon marquisette over taffeta, fashioned with a fitted bodice, a sheer yoke, and an off- Ihe-shoulder bertha, edged with wide Chantilly lace. The skirt of the gown ended in a full court train with matching Chantilly lace edging. The bride's fingertip veil of nylon was held in place with a white headpiece decorated with rhinestones, and she carried a purple orchid on a white Bible. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs John Artzer Jr., of Fort Dodge Dean LeRoy Cormach of Fort Dodge served as best man and ushers were Darrell Fett of Lu- Verne and Oscar Croonquist of Badger. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Assisting were Mrs Robert Sealander of Sioux City, Mrs Oscar J. Croonquist of Badger, Mrs James Fett of Algona, Mrs JoAnn Fett of Mason City, Miss Mildred Santee of Rockwell City, Miss Marilyn Zentner, Miss Annette Braynard and Miss Janice Heine of LuVerne. After a wedding trip to Lake Okoboji, Mr' and Mrs Croonquist are at home on a farm near Moorland. The bride was graduated from LuVerne high school, while the bridegroom was graduated from Moorland high school and attended Iowa State college at Ames. If you'd like to know how good your new car really li< Test Drive new Phillips 66 FuTE-FuEll The proof is in the driving! Not only new carj, but older cqrs» too, benefit frpm th« remarkable performance qualities pf new FliTE-FuEU It hot extra high octane for smoothness and long mileage. It's the, only gasoline containing added Di-isopropyl. It's c/eon burn* ing! And FLITE-FUEL is specially made for /oca/ driving conflU* Hans. It's blended for the climate and the season, j Te*f Drive this new Phillips 66 Fwif-Fueil Fill up gt ycmr Phillips 66 Dealer's, and discover a new high in per/araiancel PHIUIPS Mr TWbrmwc* Tfaf Cwtttl Fill Up With FHte,Fue| At KEN & LEO'S PHILLIPS "66" Mr and Mrs James Will and family attended a Will family reunion at Emmetsburg. Mrs John Deira. Gretchen^apd, TTori; her sister Mrs Al Colemioid' and family, of Clarion spent from Sunday till Wednesday at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs James Utt were visited by the letter's brtoher-in- law and sister and family, of Garner. A daughter remained here for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer and family drove to Wall Lake recently and visited Mrs Schaeffer's brother-in-law ariU sister Mr and Mrs Jake Switters. They also saw another brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Leslie Childress, of Deloit. Mr and Mrs Don Orion came last Wednesday from Bemidji, Minn., to spend the July fourth weekend, Mrs Orton is attending the college there working on her Masters degree. Both have been teaching at O'Brien, Ore., and will return there in the fall. Mrs Harvey Steven was dismissed recently from St. Ann hospital where she had been taken for treatment of a back injury suffered when she fell on the basement stairs. She will have to wear a brace for a time but is considered nicely. to be getting along Mr and Mrs Joe Cogley were hosts to the latter's brother-in- law and sister the Rev. and Mrs A. H. Howe, formerly of Havelock. The Rev. Howe is retiring and will locate at Rowley. They have also had as guests their grandchildren Nila and Gary Joe whose parents live at Kansas City. Rochelle Johnson and Betty Schwart attended the wedding June 22 at Waterloo of a classmate at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and served at the reception. Miss Johnson and Miss Swartz also attended the wedding Sunday, June 30 of another classmate at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs John Homer had as recent guests the latter's father- and uncles William Beck, of Dickens, David Beck, of Shelton, Wash., and Chris Beck of Canistota, S. D, Mr and Mrs Romer have also been visited several weeks by Mrs Romer's sister and nephew Mrs Vern James and son Ted of Bradenton, Fla. Pvt. Thomas Waldwa, USMC. spent a two weeks leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs R. G. Waldera and brother, Ronnie. He left Monday, July 8, for Twenty-Nine Palms, California, where he .will study Printing and Reproduction. Mrs Waldera's mother, Mrs Joseph Thiring, N. D. also arrived for an extended visit. Mr and Mrs Merle Webster were visited recently by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Richard Webster, of Des Moines. From here they went to Bancroft to take home the small child of Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricks, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Webster for whom they had been caring while Mrs Ricks was hospitalized at Rochester. Mr and Mrs Webster were also visited by their niece and husband Dr. and Mrs WiHiam Halverson of Medelia, George Sefrit has left for summer camp at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.-, during which time Mrs Se" it will visit her brother-in-law lster Mr and Mrs D. R. Deal of St. Louis, Mo. W. A. Barry was dismissed Monday of last week from St. Ann hospital, where he had been having a complete check-up. He will be confined to bed another week but is getting along nicely. Mr and Mrs Irving Miller recently took the latter's parents Mr and Mrs John Barr, Dick and Darrell, to Perry where they entrained for Sacramento, Calif., to visit their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs, Dale Nelson. Mr and Mrs Jim Kelly. Mr and Mrs Ed Wolf, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Zeigler, Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson, Bob Schoby, Francis McMahon and Joyce Vander- Waal attended the state VFW convention at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Merle Webster drove to Des Moines to attend the wedding that evening of Jack Jones, son of Mr and Mrs Dorman Jones, to Sylvia Joan Deuben in St. John Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Dorman Jones are former residents here now living at Iowa City. Mrs Ethel Potter left Tuesday morning of last week for Minneapolis where she will visit her son-in-law and, daughter Mr and Mrs John Sorflaten and family. From there she will be taken by the Sorflatens to Darlington, Wis., to visit relatives of her late Mrs A. 6. tenman teee!ve<! word of the death of her brother Charles Kewley, 79, at Cullom, 111. Death was due to a heart attack. Mrs Lehman was not able to attend the services. Her daughter Mrs Don West came last week Monday to take her home with her for a visit of a fortnight. Mt end MM Elmet Phillips and the former's brother and sister- in-law Mr and Mrs Lloyd Phillips, of Albert Lea, left Saturday for a vacation of a week at Colorado Springs. They will visit the brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Earl Phillips and parents Mr and Mrs David Phillips, 83 and 84 respectively who are hospitalized mostly due to advanced years. Titonka Man A June Bridegroom In California Tiidftka — Saturday, June 22, Doyle Reaser, son of Mrs Florence K. Reaser of Titonka took as his bride, Antoinette E. Weber of Calabasas, Calif., daughter of Mrs Anna Weber also of Calabasas. The ceremony took place at Our Lady of the Valley Church in Canoga Park, Calif. A reception was held at the Calabasas Country Mannor after which they came here to Iowa on a wedding trip. The bride is a clerical typist at the Roceda Pacific Bell Telephone Co., received her education at Canoga Park High school and graduated with the class of 1954. She at^ended Pierce Junior College POtWD Fourteen years ago, Mrs Prances Moeller lost her high school Thursday, July 11, !9S? Atgona (la.) Upptt On Molfto^J for one year. The groom is a linotype operator for the West Valley News at Calabasas and attended Titonka high school. The couple will make their home in Calabasas. class ring while working hi garden, on a farm near fivefly. Recently, her 10 yeaf old niece found the ring in the yafd there. It was undamaged. When Iver Shupe, of Bysart, died recently at the age of 85« he had been the town assessor there for 40 years. Any Way It's Seen * M i BEST BREAD in town Fresh Every Day 15c - RidiKULuS Price - 15c FINN'S BAKE SHOP 120 E. State CY 4-4213 A ,n angry man is Sylvester T. Bly, Who today was sold a piece of "blue sky." He'd stepped in a showroom-out of.the rain, Was sold a new car before he could explain! How he hated the styling-so high and square And in new features it was really bare. got a real bargain-the buy of my life— 'Bilt h'bW do I ever convince my own wife?" Moral: You're paying for a new car... make sure you get one! When you buy a new car, put your money on tomorrow—not yesterday. Swept-Wing Dodge actually obsoletes other cars in its field. Should you invest in high, boxy styling when Dodge offers the low, low look of tomorrow? Should you invest in outmoded coil springs when Dodge offers new Torsion-Aire Ride? Should you invest in an old-fashioned lever-type transmission when Dodge offers the ease of Push-Button Driving? In other things, too—engines, brakes, interiors—Dodge is years ahead. So put your money on tomorrow. See your Dodge dealer. Join the swing to the Swept-Wing Dodge! , JtP.VM SAY PERRY AND NORMAN AS THEY PAUSE IN THEIR WORK TO WISH: "happy ridikalus doze" FROM CLEANERS P,S. If You Got Any "Spots" Around, Bring 'Em In - That's Our Biznets •V f t

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