The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 5
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Lone Rock 4-H Trenary • Vipond Vows Club Selects Spojbn Apri , 24 Cofwjth tamp Delegates ___ _____ Enjoyed LONE ROCK - The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club met April 10 at Linda O'Donnell's home with 11 members present. Linda O'Donnell and KathyBin- zen were selected to go to district camp at Clear Lake in June. Ellen Lynch and Phyllis Cherland will be going on a tour of Minneapolis. A Mother's Tea was planned and Jean Anne Bollig was installed as a new member. Talks were given by Patsy McCleish, JoAnne Binzen and Kathy Binzen. Demonstration by Linda O'Donnell. A leader presentation by Loretta Binzen was given. Linda O'Donnell showed her personality book and gave a tour of her bedroom. The Gordon Blanchards, Mason City, and the Chet Almes, Ottosen, visited Sunday at the home of their mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The Almes will be leaving this week for Wyoming to visit their daughter, the Roger Madsens. The Wayne Meyer family, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, the Arden Hoveys. The James Smith family, Swea City, were Sunday callers at the LeRoy Brass home. Friends here have received word from Ella Padgett that her son, Harold, was seriously injured in the bombing of the American Embassy at Saigon, Viet Nam. He has been flown to Los Angeles and his mother is staying with a sister to be near her son. Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Steve went to Swisher Friday to visit at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Menz, and returned home Sunday. Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were Sunday dinner guests at the E. A. Lees. Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard attended the Iowa School Food Service Ass'n. State Convention at Mirshalltown Miy 1. They joined the other members of the Kossuth Chapter in Algona and went by chartered bus. Mrs. Amanda Pettit, who suffered a slight stroke last week, Donna Trenary and Tim Vipond were married Saturday, April 24, at 1 p. m. in St. Mary's church, Corwith. Father Thomas O'Toole performed the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenary, Corwith, are parents of the bride, and the Thomas Viponds, Algona, are the groom's parents. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Julie Vipond, sipter of the groom, and Mary Ann Goetz, of Wesley, cousin of the bride. DebraTren- ary acted as junior bridesmaid for her sister. Attendants to the «groom ,were Jack Vipond, Ankeny, a cousin, and Bill Fraser. Bud Rich and Orland Stiel were ushers. Altar boys were Daniel Trenary and Mark Goetz, Wesley, brother and cousin of the bride. Mrs. Shirley Harms, Titonka, aunt of the bride, was soloist and accompanied at the organ by Dennis Widen. A reception was held at Van's Cafe at 2 p. m. Connie Day and Jean Goetz had the guest book. Serving punch were Mrs. Jack Vipond and Rhonda Brandow. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Martin Harms, Titonka, and Mrs. Elmer Trenary, cut and served the cake. Susan Vipond, Joyce Hawk, Mrs. William Eckels and Mary Sue Devine opened the gifts. Guests came from Austin, Minn., Trenton, Mo., Onawa.Des Moines, Sioux City, Mason City, Dakota City, Ankeny and Algona. The bride is a graduate of the Corwith - Wesley Community school and had been employed in Des Moines. The groom, an Algona high school graduate, is farming with his father. is at home and getting along real well. The Algona Zone Spring Rally of the L. W. M.L. of the Lutheran church met Friday at the Lotts Creek church with 183 in attendance. M.rs. Albert Warnke, Des Plalnes, Ql. was ttie main speaker. She also had a film on the Holy Land. "Kossuth County's „, .Favorite-Newspaper" Easter guests at the Francis Sullivan home were their daughter, Shirley, who spent the week here from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen, Ames, who were weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Iowa Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Lone Rock. Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Salic and Bernard and Tom Sullivan. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEIR FORD & MERCURY DISPLAY AT THE ALGONA A*UTO SHOW MAY 8-9 Parish Pot Luck At St. Joe, Sunday ST. JOE - St. Joseph's parish members attended a pot-luck dinner on Sunday evening in St. Joseph's school hall with the Sisters of St. Francis Development Fund. Results were very gratifying. Following the dinner there were short talks by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, Joe Sinn- well, Bill McGuire and Milford Plathe. Sister M. Sarah O. S. F. respondad for the sisters. A social evening followed with Mrs. Don Reding and Alvin Klein receiving high prizes and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider and Walter Freilinger low prizes in five hundred. Mrs. Ralph Reding received the door prize. * * it- Mr, and Mrs. John B. Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Illg spent last weekend in Dubuque with Sister M Madeline 0. S. F. at Holy Ghost Convent. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire spent the weekend with their son, Brother Donald McGuire St. Benedicts, Atchinson, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kollasch, Whtttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laubenthal and family, Wesley, were dinner guests on Sunday of Mrs. Irene Bormann and family in observance of the first Holy Communion of Mark Bormann in St. Joseph's church on Sunday, April 25 at the 8 o'clock mass. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Don Borm.inn and family, Mrs. Howard Bormann and family, St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Krischel and family were guests in the homo of Mr. and M::s. Gordon and family, Wesley, in observance of the First Holy Communion of Dean Hilbert on Sunday. Eugene Zeimet returned homo on Friday from Veterans hospital, Des Moines, where he had been a medical patient 10 days. Mrs. Clarence Bormann entertained the Farmerette 500 club on Wednesday night with Mrs. Hubert O'Brien,Mrs.E.M, Gales and Mrs. Irene Bormann as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Irene Bormann, Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien. Mrs. Martin Friders entertains the club on May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Andrelinas, Medicine Lake, Montana, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Friders, Bozeman, Montana, spent the weekend here visiting relatives and attended the wedding of Miss Connie Rathke, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Rathke, Humboldt, on Saturday in Humboldt. Mrs. Andrelinas and Mrs. Rathke are daughters of Math Zeimet, St. Joe. Funeral services for James Weydert, Waseca, Minn., formerly from here, were held in Sacred Heart church in Waseca on Friday morning with relatives from here attending. Mr. Weydert was a brother-in-law of Math Zeimet, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding. FEATURING SPECIAL FACTORY UNITS INCLUDING: * MUSTANG GT * ECONOLINE WINDOW VAN COMPLETE WITH WITH SPECIAL SELF-CONTAINED CAtyPER PACKAGE * FORD CAMPER SPECIAL PICKUP COMPLETE WITH CAMPER * CUTAWAY FORD ENGINE & OTHER SPECIAL FORD & MERCURY UNITS REMEMBER TO REGISTER FOR NEW AUTOMOBILE AT THE SHOW. MAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM 9 DIFFERENT MODELS. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD * MERCURY SALES & SERVICE shop, two grocery stores, two banks, blacksmith shop, hardware store, telephone office, pool hall, creamery, stock yards and dance hall. The disappearance of business was blamed on the automobile and the "new" highway, aided by a number of disastrous fires. The 45 mile speed limit the town tries to enforce makes it safer nowadays as the area had a number of auto accidents in the good old days when Model T's were flipped over on the highway quite often. But one tiling hasn't changed, Lawrence Welk is still quite popular as he was when he appeared in person at the dance hall before TV was heard of. The most amazing thing is how could such lively young ladies of the club remember back to when hitching posts lined both sides of main street unless they are just passing on Sexton history they heard from the old folks. The May meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Wilford Ward. * * * The town was really jumping last week as the annual appreciation day. and the serving of ham sandwiches and coffee at the Federal North Iowa Elevator drew a big crowd all day. Mrs. Don PeCoy is getting all of her formal entertaining done before the spring work starts. She is also a hostess for the evening circle of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid this Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.GlennGabrielson have announced the marriage of their daughter, Glennda, to Walter Murphy of New Hampton. The couple are making their home in Cedar Falls where the groom is attending college and the bride completing post graduate work at the college. Frank Pruisman would appreciate hearing from a few neighbors since he is putting in such a long visit at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. After several examinations the past week, it is planned to have his postponed surgery some time this week. Mrs. Pruisman returned to Des Moines where she is staying with her husband's sister, after spending the weekend at home. Mrs. Nell Opheim, accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Opheim and Doug, spent the weekend at Remsen with the Bob Schu- machers. Alfred Opheim, now working out of Sioux City, also met his family there. It was good news for Mrs. Mack Wise as she became a great- grandmother for the seventh time. The new parents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cullwrtsonancl the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Culbertson of Des Moines. Now that there have been two good days in a row, gardeners around town are comparing almanacs and looking up the right day to plant. Yep, the regulars sure do plant their gardens by the moon, like the modern scientific operators they are. It's been quite a while since the fire trucks have made a run to Sexton but they sure could have been used at the Harold Gallons from the looks of the burned area that took in the parked farm machinery. ^ ..»_- .«_ . _..•-.-._ QUADRUPLETS A five year old Shropshire ewe owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Peter sen of Humboldt, gave birth to quadruplet lambs March 29. TAILORING? . WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE. And We Check All Buttons And Seams When We Dry Clean I MODERN i DRY CLEANERS & TAILORS lALGONA 295-5277 Thursday, May 6, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Meinas—5 RESCUE Dr. Roger Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hanson of Rake, saved the life of a six-year- old Indonesian girl after she had fallen into the rapids of a river in Java while on a picnic. Dr. Hanson and his family have lived in Java since last August; he is on the faculty of the University of Surabaji. Complete FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE Whoever heard a woman keep a secret? "Hi'lvtv I'vi< just finished p.'iintinu tliis hcdrnnm witti now DA-TKX. and it looks wonderful." Yes. one \votn;m tells .'mother about new I1A-TKX one rout will I paint and soon (lie whole town knows. Women nppreriato that new DA-TKX i* Dfimi-tizi-d Its heavier body means there is less drip and less spatter New DA-TKX clings to yonr brush or roller There are no brush marks, no laps, no telltale traces where you touch up later. There's no painty odor either. Dries in just 23 min utes. You've read about Densi tized DA-TKX in LIKK ma R a- y.ino. Now try it on your own walls. Choose from ".1 wide se- Jection of beautiful colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. For Spring Weddings, Banquets or Formals . . . Handsomely correct and so comfortable! See our large selection of summer formals. Sparkling, lightweight . . . just right for your wedding or for any other formal occasion thil spring or summer. ALOONA, IOWA ! E CHICAGO AUTO SHOW TO * THE ALGONA AUTO SHOW "CHARGER II" DREAM CAR FROM DODGE Many Changes Noted During Sexton Meeting SEXTON - On one of the first perfect spring days, the Sexton Friendly club had a good turnout for a meeting at the home of Mrs. Don PeCoy. Mrs. Clair Hovey was a guest and new member and Mrs. Dick Lickteig and Pamela also were guests. A gift exchange was enjoyed with the revealing of secret sisters for the past year, and this year the memebers are getting smarter. Everyone didn't claim Mrs. Mack Wise for their secret sister just because so many of the gifts are left at the store to be passed on. All the afternoon wasn't spent on fun as there was also a serious discussion of what to do about the collection for street lights when the present collectors, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Ward, move at the end of the month. Club members also volunteered facts about the past of Sexton, to be seat to the meeting of the Kossuth County Historical Society at Burt. This seems like a busy little place, but just imagine the activity when the town also had a hotel, barber I BE SURE TOREGISTER FOR FREE CAR - CHOICE OF 9 DIFFERENT MAKES* PERCIVAL MOTORS' DODGE-CHRYSLER Developed to demonstrate advanced ideas, Charger II is a styling show car which presents tresn, new directions in design from Dodge. From a Delta-ornamented hood to its fastback rear deck, the emphasis is on clean, sweeping lines. Nothing protrudes. A concealed latch eliminates conventional door handles. Charger II needs no vent panes. Fresh air enters three large cowl intakes in controlled amounts.^ It circulates gently and quietly through the interior, flows out vents atop each rear fender. Charger H's "personal car" interior beautifully complements its smart exterior styling. SPECIAL "426" OTHER FACTORY ALSO ON DISPLAY . . . DODGE CAMP WAGON EVERYTHING FROM ELEVATING TOP TO REFRIGERATOR AT THE PRICE OF MANY FULL-SIZE STATION WAGONS. HEMI-CHARGER ENGINE DISPLAY EXHIBITS & SPECIAL SHOW CARS mmmmmmmmwmmmmm ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i (•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I DAU'S Oldsmobile INVITES YOU TO THE ALGONA AUTO SHOW MAY 8-9

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