The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1965 · Page 2
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2-AI 9 eno (lo.) Upptr DM Moln« Tutjdoy, P«b. 9, 1965 Mary Papenfuhs, Sweo, To Be Bnc/e, Feb. 15 S\\EA CiTV - Mary Papen- fuhs was honored guest at a pre-rmptial shower at Immzn- uel Lutheran church, Svea City, Sundax afternoon, January 31. Mis. Alvin Richardsonj ST. was master of ceremonies. Guests were registered in a heart shaped giiest took by Mrs. Larry Gram of Welcome, Minn. Devotions were led by Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman. Mrs. Claude Johnson read a recipe for a Happy Husband and Mrs. Richardson read "Musings of a Busy Housewife." Mrs. Ralph Walker led two games, Mrs. Richardson read a prayer for Mary's New Home. Corsages were presented to Mary, her mother, Mrs. Herb Papenfuhs and her grandmother, Mrs. Hulda Papenfuhs, Rolfe. A friend, Juanita Johnson of Des Moines and Mrs. Charles Hassel of Estlierville assisted Mary in opening her many lovely Rifts. Miss Bertha Cordes, Rolfp, poured coffee. Hostesses were Mesdames Ralph Walker, Rpta Aliierdycc, Joe Johnson, Martin Dahl, John Verbrugpe, Lawrence Hantelman, Tillie Smith, Eugene Papen- fuhs, William Walstead, Ronnie Hannah, Arlo Hanson, Edwin Frerichs, Fred Johnson, Abbe Mein and Dean Zielski. Mary will 1* married to Ernest Wheeler of Wallingford on Feb. 15. - o - The Everett Rlppentrops spent a weekend at the home of their son Harlan at Ute. Lloyd Flugum of Brush Creek, Minn, visited one day last week with his cousin, Jay Drones at Lakeview Home at Fairmont. Donald Montgomery, .son of t!\o Floyd Montgomerys was host to a teen-age party with about 20 guests. A cousin, Marlys Hall of Dolliver, was an overnight guest at the Montgomerys. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr were recent visitors at Lakeview Home with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones. Eagle HomemaJcers met Tuesday afternoon Feb. 9th at the home of Mrs. Walter Goracz- kowski with Mrs. Jim Rock assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goracz- kowski entertained at dinner for the 8th birthday of their son, John. Guests were the Harvey C. Larsons, Orville Thoresons, Mrs. Otto Larson, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski, Armstrong, and Sylvester Goraczkowski. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Linde were guests at the home of Mrs. Joe Preston for her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson and family attended the wedding of Allen Hanson, son of Oscar Hanson, and Doreen Riggs, daughter of the Rex Riggs, all of Estherville. Shirley Sullivan, student at Briar Cliff College, visited at Roxann* Rocprt, James Sehcm, Bode, Td Wed sweets to the sweet! quality confections, sure to please! DON'T WAIT - GET YOUR ^HITMAN'S VALENTINE BOXED CANDY NOW i THUENTE PHARMACY PROCLAMATION 1965 Children's Dental Health Week February 7-13 WHKIIKAS, m;;ny of the citizens and members of the dental I'loiV.-Hon of this munk'ipality are concerned with the invvrniion of dental disease; and WHKKKAS, i.-ai-ly \YI\-\\ ntive measures and education of children and youth can aid in preventing a lari^e part of the ini'idence of dental disease, especially tooth decay, and can help to ensure the p'ood' dental health of future generations of adults: NOW, THKRKFOUE, 1, Wm. J. Finn, Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby proclaim the week of February 7 throiurh 13 1965, as Children's Dental Health Week in Algona, and urge that all citizens and all community organizations join in the observance. IN WITNESS WHKKKOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the si.,1 of the City of Algona to be affixed, this 27th dav of January, 1965. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Rogert of Bode announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Roxanne Le, to John Schade, also of Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. James ScJiade. Miss Rogert will graduate from Algona high school In the spring. Mr. Schade, a 1964 graduate of Fort Dodge Community College, is employed by Intercity Express of Fort Dodge. No definite wedding date has been set. the home of her parents, the Francis Sullivans part of last week. The Ormal Guinns were dinner guests at the home of her brother, the Junior Keslers at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Paul and family and Mrs. Albert Paul visited over the weekend with relatives at Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Linde, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Armstrong, were recent supper guests at the home of Clara and Vernon Peterson, Fairmont. This group consists of cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Fordes Bergan and daughters of St. Paul, were weekend guests at the home of her sister, the Walter O'Greens. Ellen had been visiting here a week previously. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ellis became the parents of their fourth child, a boy, January. 22, at this' Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Paul Standish weighed 8 pounds and 6 ounces at birth. He has two sisters and a brother. G randparents are the Harry Lindes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter ; Magnusen, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvamsdale, and George Magnusen,' Fairmont, were recent dinner guests at the Andrew Madsen home, East Chain, for Mrs. Madsen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Corpron of Dumont, were overnight guests at the Walter Magnusen home and with them were guests Sunday for dinner at the home of the Vernon Cutlers at Trimont. Sunday dinner guests at the Warren Brones home were Mr. and Mrs. William Mather, Jr. and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones, Mrs. Christine Swanson, Mrs. R. S. Mather and Ellen, and Mrs. Cora Mather. The Virgil Jensens were Saturday evening supper guests at the home of her sister, the Lester Hesseldahls' at Winnebago, and called at the Winnebago hospital to see her sister-in-law, Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson attended the T. B. luncheon, and executive meeting at the Algona Hotel, Algona. Gene Thompson and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson took Todd to Rochester last Thursday for examination. Friday and Saturday overnight fttttti it the Ray Westling home WiN Mf. and Mrs. Andy Nauman and four daughters, Augusta, Wis. Cub and Boy Scout leaders attending the Scout round table in Algona, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giddings and Mrs. Ray Devine. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton spent Sunday with their son, Gerald, at Mankato. Members of the Mariners Club spent Thursday doing general clean-up and fix-up jobs at the church. Burt friends were happy to hear of the arrival of a baby son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schichtl at Britt. The little lad, first child in the family, was born at the Britt hospital, Jan. 20, weighing in at 6 Ibs., 2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton are great-grandparents. Among relatives and friends attending final rites for Mrs. Elmer CampneyatRuthven, Wednesday, were Mrs. O. A. Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis, all of Burt, and .Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney, Arnolds Park. Rev. Campney, a nephew of the deceased, assisted Rev. D. M. Pierce officiating at the services. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter, Burt, Bridget Quinn, Bancroft, and Sandy Schenck, Algona, went to Des Moines on Sunday, where they attended the annual Iowa Grain Dealers Convention through Wednesday. St. John's Ladies Aid will meet at the church on Thurs., Feb. 4, with Malinda Meyer, Clara Reynolds, and Marlene Woltz as hostesses. In charge of the market basket are Luella Schadendorf, Roseanne GiffordandAr- lene Schneider. Roger, Geneva and Denise Graham spent the weekend with the Jimmy Giffords, Bancroft. Ruth Hasse, Iowa City, is spending some time at her home in Burt. She is recuperating from injuries sustained when she was struck by a car on her way to work at University hospital, Dec. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lock wood and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold C lark, Spencer, attended final rites for their uncle, Herbert Hoffman, at Renwick, Tuesday. Mr. Hoffman, a brother of Mrs. Elsie Lockwood, died Jan. 22. Sunday guests of the Delbert Schaellers were Mr. and Mrs Willie Schaeller, Ringsted, Mr and Mrs. Harold Wentworth and Jlr... and Mrs. Byron Hoffman ff Hey, honey, I got it! I got it! I got it! A full-size Olds for less than that car with a 'low-price' name! Now tell your mother what a brilliant son-in-law she Now going on at your Olds Dealer's... Your chance to step out in style and save! Try a Rocket in Jftstar 88. prices start below 30 models with low-price names I - SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE QUALITY DEALER I... WHERE THE ACTION !5 , - D A U ' S GARAGE, 125 S. Dodge, Algona, Iowa FOR THE BEST IN USED CARS ... SEE YOUR OLDS DEALER FOR A LATE-MODEL VALUE-RATED USED CAR! WM. J. FINN MAYOK BURT NEWS BURT - Members of the U & I Club held their annual banquet at Cunningham's Tea Room Thursday evening. There were 13 attending. The entertainment, under the direction of Mrs. Raymond Westling, pres., and Mrs. Robert Angus and Mrs. Ervin Ulses, included bingo and spoons. Thursday guests at the Lawrence Doege home were the Cor- viu Thomases, Scranton. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Doege were roommates at University hospital, where both underwent eye surgery some time ago. Members of St. John's Men's Club were hosts Monday evening to members of the Lotts Creek Men's Club. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer were the Eugene Meyers and Eu Claire Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westling, Barnum, entertained at dinner Sunday. Burt relatives who were guests were Mr. and Mrs Vern Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westling, Don a, ld viclde> Mri and Mrs. Val Gene Westling and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westling. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I VER OR WHEREVER YOU ARE ON THE FARM • IN THE SUBURBS • OR IN TOWN • YOU CAN HAVE MODERN AUTOMATIC DEPENDABLE LPGAS No Waiting -LPGas Is Fast, Efficient! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE, ALGONA, IS YOUR LP GAS COMPANY. THEY'LL INSTALL IT ... CONVERT YOUR OLD UNIT HANDLE ALL SERVICE WORK . . . SHOW YOU THE FINEST GAS APPLI- ANCES. LP GAS FROM NORTH CENTRAL ... FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T BE ON THE NATURAL GAS MAIN. Quiet - Just A Whisper Of flame! LP GAS WILL HEAT YOUR HOME - HEAT THE WATER - COOK THE FOOD - AIR CONDITION THE HOME - DRY THE CLOTHES - RUN THE TRACTOR AND CORN DRYER. 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