The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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MRS. ELVA Simpson has moved to 208 East Call street. MAX MILLER was dismissed Wednesday from St. Ann hospital where he had been a few days. He is greatly improved. MR. AND MRS. Stanley Muckey and family spent the weekend at Shakopee, Minn, with Mrs. Muckey*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman. MR. AND MRS. Charles LaBarre went to Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday and the former was going to have a check-up at the clinic. MR, AND MRS. C. Q. Drummond, Blowing Rock, N.C., are in Iowa, having come to first visit Mrs. Drummond's brother, Don Hutchison and wife and other relatives, but they went on immediately to Spirit Lake, the Hutchisons having received word that Mr. Drummond's sister, Mrs. Bert Ash, had been in an Whoever heard a woman keep a secret? "Helen, I've just finished painting 'this bedroom with! new DA-TEX, and it looks' wonderful." Yes, one woman' tells another about new DA-TEX one-coat wall paint and soon the whole town knows. Women appreciate that; new DA-TEX .is Densi-tized.\ Its heavier body means there, is less drip and less spatter. New DA-TEX'cKngs to your 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 minutes. YouVe read about Densi- tized DA-TEX in LIFE magazine. Now try it on your own walls. Choose from "er wide selection of beautiful colors a.t SSterV D«via Pain Store, lAJgoop, tow». auto accident, suffered severe injuries and a heart attack. Her husband, who was driving, was uninjured. Mrs. Drummond is the former Isabel Hutchison. They spend the winters in their home at Palm Beach, Fla., then at Blowing Rock in the summer. IN ADDITION to visitors mentioned previously, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson received word Friday that their daughter, Carol, Mrs. James Grant, was flying in from Washington, D.C. and they met her at Des Moihes Friday evening. FUNERAL SERVICES were held Saturday morning in the Catholic church at Fort Dodge for Mrs. Joe McMahon, sister of Alice Condon. Mrs. McMahon had been in poor health the past year. DR. AND MRS. P. 0. Dorweiler are being visited by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Decker, Des Moines. They left here for a medical meeting at St. Paul, Minn, and at this writing were trying to contact relatives in the area hit by the tornado Thursday night. Lines were so busy It was difficult making contacts. MR. AND MRS. William Pletch came from Waterloo for Mothers Day at the parental H. W. Pletch home. MR. AND MRS. Ed Hagg were recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. Gliding ^Hagg and Ruth Davidson, Dell Rapids, S. D. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black. MRS. FREDA^Steussy went to Llvermore Wednesday for a few days visit with Mrs. E.Gronbach and Mrs. Alma Hoffman. Mrs. Gronbach came to get her. The women are sisters and Livermore is Mrs. Steussy's former home. MRS. KATE Stephenson, Mrs. Hattie Burlingame and Mrs. Lee Cole, Burt, spent Sunday at Corwith with Mrs. Jennie Mitchell. MR. AND -MRS. Jerry Lewis had .as dinnar-guests Wednesday Mrr and Mrs. Jack Huge of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Lewis' sister Mrs. J. C. Smith, Joplln, Mo., who is spending several days here. MRS. A, R. Crulkshank had as visitors Tuesday her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hohenstein, Amboy, Minn. MRS. WILLIAM Steele, Mrs. Jack Schultz and Mrs.Gail Haase spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday at Cedar Falls attending Mothers Day observances with their respective daughters, Sally, Patty and Ann. MR. AND MRS. Russell Cook entertained at a family dinner Sunday and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schichtl, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson. MR. AND MRS. Jess Dugan were dinner guests last Sunday of their son Wayne and family at Lone Rock. MRS. PAUL Dettman and her brother Ernest Godfredson were joined at Burt by Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woltz and from there went to Armstrong to visit Mr. and Mrs. Pete Godfredson. En- route home they stopped at Bancroft to visit Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Donovan went to Okoboji Wednesday and were joined there at their cottage by the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wittern and family of South St. Paul, Minn. They will remain over the weekend. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Egel were at Mason City last Saturday and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Montgomery. MRS. CHARLES Deibler had major surgery at St. Ann hospital Wednesday. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Erickson are being visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Trickel, Los Angeles. They 'will be here till May 12. Other guests here for a family dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erdman, Renwick, Mrs. Charles Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Erdman, Llvermore, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hartl, Eagle Grove. WILLIAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers, will be home from San Diego, Calif. May 19 for a leave of two weeks. He is in the navy and Joined last February. MR. AND MRS. L. C. Faber spent Mothers Day at Mankato, Minn., with their daughter Jane, •• a student-at the college. MR&^KOBERT Cripps, Toronto, Ga., Lucille Black, San Antonio, Tex., and Paul Black, Dayton, Ohio, are here to be with, the mother, Mrs. Bella Black, who is critically lick and has been at St. Ann hospital fprseyeralweeks. Wed Here April 24 REDUCEDhiMiTED TIME ONLY; Sportswear and Dress FABRICS TO 98* YARD 44 TO 45-IN, WIDTHS 77* J m Yd. All yardage in full boltf I Soft, supple wash 'n wear Angel Puff "Crepe" for dresses and blouses. Wash* fast solids and pattern* in delicious colors. Heavyweight solid color poplin and colorful pique prints both wash 'n wear. 2 to 10-yd. lengths easy-care 2-ply sportswear fabrics, values to $1.98 yd. We Miracle Blend Prints Margate Cotton Piques Flotilla Poplins Red River Prints Playwear Cotton Duck Cone Sport Denim Wrap Around Poplins Wamrest Poplins Avril Cotton Sailcloth Cotton Sailaweiflh •••ay otbersl Fabrics Reg* 79t Yard 5 7r'.. 36 10 4$-IN, WIDTHS Wash 'n war, crease resistant poplin in solids and prints . . • pique, duck and cotton sailblends in solids. Sailcloth and bandana prints. Wash 'n wear dress goods. Fabrics Reg. to 69< Yard 4 /YD, It-Ill. WIDTHS Preshnjpk wash 'n wear Avril Qy rayon/cotton Ul- trablend in washfast solids and prints. Sanforized cotton denim with Retento finish in solids and fancies. CHAKGl IT eW 5AVF, fee,,, of $U Maid of honor was Madonna Gisch, bridesmaid was Virginia Gisch, junior bridesmaid Debra Specht, best man Thomas Wibe, groomsman Dennis Guerdet, junior groomsman Charles Wibe, ushers Walter Mescher and Lowell Klemme and altar boys, Daryl Gisch, Donald Frankl, Bob Bestenlehner and Bill Milder. Organist was Sister Virginia Marie and soloist was Gerald Wibe. A reception for 200 guests was held at the KC hall here following the wedding. The bride attended Garrlgan high school and Community College at Fort Dodge. She has an associate degree in nursing and is employed at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. The bridegroom also attended Ft. Dodge Community College and Is employed at Electrical Materials Co. Following a two-week trip to the Worlds Fair and Washington, D. C., the newlyweds are now at home at Ft. Dodge. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Thursday, May 13, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper De< Molnet-3 Sabin and Mrs. Bertha Godfredson. Pins for 24 year membership were presented to Mrs. Don Nelson, Mrs. Harry Steven, Mrs. George Scuffham and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter. Comty'l Favorite Newspaper" 20-in. Rotary Power Mower 39 97 Rosemary Rachel Gisch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Algona, and John Albert Wibe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wibe, Chariton, were married April 24 at il a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride, who with her sister Madonna made her own wedding dress, was attired in a gown of white peau de soir, with a fitted bodice, draped skirt trimmed with hand made roses, with a mantilla veil. She carried a corsage of roses on a prayer book. SOCIETY NEWS INSTALLS OFFICERS Installation of officers was held at the May 6 meeting of the W. S. C. S. at the one o'clock luncheon. Major officers installed were Mrs. Louis Kelley, vice president; Mrs. Don Nelson, honorary vice- president; Mrs. Newton Cough* enour, recording secretary; Mrs. D. E. Dewel, treasurer) Mrs. John Hayes, all reelected, and all officers installed by Rev. Coughenour. 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