The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 14
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U-A»0enn, (la.) Upper D« MoiftM Thursday, May 20, 1965 Mefzervfcofeinson Nuptials Phyllis Metzen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen, Algona, became the bride of William Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robinson, Algona, May 8, at 11 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony. Donna King was maid of honor and Dale Metzen, Jean Robinson and Pat Metzen were bridesmaids. Wally T urchin was best man, Jim Stoffel, Dick Robinson and Francis Metzen were groomsmen and ushers were Herb Bormann and Joe Metzen. A •. dinner and reception was held at noon at Algona Country club for 250 guests. The bride is a graduate of Algona High School and had been employed at Honsbruch Drug. The groom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and attended Creighton University. He is associated with his father in Robinson Construction Co. The couple left on a trip to Dover, Delaware, where the groom had been stationed while In the Air Force, and also to Washington, D.C. They will be at home In Algona. pmUIIUIMIIIHIIII AROUND ALGONA [nnimiuminiimiiiiiiiimiiiiimmiiiiMimiiiiiiii IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|iimiiiiiii|nni ' became an active member of the sorority. BY RUTH SfflERK IN DUPLICATE bridge play Monday evening there were four tables. In first place were Mrs. Coslow and Mrs. Jacobson, Britt; second place, Mrs. Nemmers and Emily McGulre, Bancroft; and tied for third place were Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Clara Zender,andMrs. Pfeffer and Mrs. Kunz of Wesley. The next play will take place June 7 at the Legion hall, start- Ing at 7:45 p. m. MR. AND MRS. David Everds and family of Allison spent from Friday until Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds. PAT MONTAG, George Allen, Wes Schultz and William F. Steele attended a meeting of chamber members in Humboldt last Wednesday evening. Under discussion was the improvement of highways #3 and #169. THE 25TH anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison was celebrated last Sunday at the Methodist church. Many local friends, long-time acquaintances and relatives were present to offer their congratulations and to witness the renewal of wedding vows, with Rev. Newton Coughenour officiating, Mrs. Newton Coughenour played organ music. Ushers were Stan Muckey and Louis Kelley. Mrs. Glen Graham sang. Immediately following the ceremony, punch, cake and coffee were served. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hutchison; Steven Hutchison registered guests; Jennllee Hutchison and Karen Baker served punch; Mrs. Lewis Marshall poured coffee; Mrs. Lewis Kent cut and served the cake, which was baked by Mrs. Martin Potratz of Whittemore. Attending the gift table were Mrs. Leslie Hass and daughter, Mary, Beatrice Kay and Nancy Marshall. Dining room and kitchen hostesses included Mrs. Stan Muckey, Mrs. WesBartlett,Mrs. Louis Kelley, Mrs. Merle Webster, and Mrs. Roy Hutaell. MR. AND MRS. A, F. Agena left today (Thurs.) to visit their daughter, Kay, a sophomore at the College of Wooster at Wooster, Ohio. Kay will leave as the school term ends to travel in the east, including a visit to New York City, where she will attend the World's Fair. She will visit her family here before enrolling in summer school. MRS. DON Prieskorn returned Tuesday from Davenport where she attended the funeral of a cousin, Tom O'Brien, Saturday, SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a freshman at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, participated in activities of Pi Theta Pi sorority last weekend and RECENT WEEKEND guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bay were the parents of Mrs. Bay, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kuehl of Millard, Nebr. «• WILLIAM F. STEELE, executive secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, attended the annual state spring conference of chamber executives In Spencer yesterday and today. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet spent Monday and Tuesday In Des Moines where they attended a convention of the Iowa Independent Insurance Association. They spent the weekend visiting their son, Bruce, student at Luther college, Decorah. Bruce participated in the track meet. He will leave soon to spend ten days at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wise, before participating in a caravaning program of the Lutheran church of America. Bruce was accepted from between 300 and 400 applicants, with his assignment not yet announced. JEFF STEPHENSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephenson, has been confined to his home with mumps. Arthur Glaser, father of Mrs. Stephenson, is visiting the family, who spent the past weekend at their summer home at Spirit Lake. A3 C DONALD Hutchison, Seattle, Wash., arrived May 5 at Eilson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison. MILES SLONIKER was featured speaker at a meeting Tuesday evening of the Clear Lake Lions and their wives. Last Wednesday, he spoke at a Mason City Lions meeting at which the athletes of the high school were honored, THE SALESMEN'S Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce will have their annual golf breakfast, starting at 7a.m. Saturday at the Algona country club. Don Gant is chairman of the bureau, which has about 26 members. Any other salesmen who are Interested are cordially invited to join the group, which meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month at 8 a. m. at the Algona Hotel. MRS. FORREST Twogood of Los Angeles, California, arrived last week, called here because of the illness of her mother, Mrs. M. P. Haggard, who is hospitalized at St. Ann. MRS. L. L. Riter, chairman of the St. Ann Auxiliary tag day, named ten captains who served last Friday. They included Mrs. William Navoi- chick, Mrs. Charles Sheakley, Mrs. Don Gant, Mrs. Kevin Nash, 'Mrs. James Cowan, Mrs. John Rooney, Mrs. Daniel Bray, Mrs. Jqrry CQVWi, Mrs. J. B. Harris and Mrs. Craig Smith. Mrs. Stanley Hatlestad was captain In Bancroft and Mrs. Roland .Ostwald captained In Whittemore. Let's face it... Graduation gift giving can be expensive. But it doesn't have to be. Not when you can give beautiful Caravelle* watches for as little as $10.95. The Caravelle line of Ladies' and Men's watches will completely change your ideas about watches. Because here, for $10.95, is' a watch that doesn't grind itself to pieces. It's a finely machined, precision, jeweled-lever watch that keeps accurate time. Time after time. You get a lot more than just another pretty face. In fact the most expensive Caravelle only costs $29.95. And it's a 17-jewel, self-winding, waterproof,* cal* endar watch. So make this Graduation a Caravelle Graduation. Wlttl all the money you'll save you'll be able to treat yourself to one too. CARAVEULE*divisionof BUIOVA, Co-chairman for Algona was Kathleen McEnroe. Approximately $350 was collected for use In the purchase of equipment for St. Ann hospital. MRS. A. F. Agena was hostess at her home Thursday evening to her bridge club, wherein the "lows" entertained the "highs". Co-hostesses were Mrs. Vic Parsons, Mrs. Mel Bay and Mrs. R. K. Richardson. Guests were Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch, Mrs. John Claude, Mrs. Burton Harmes and Mrs. Clayton Perclval. A six-thirty dinner was served, with bridge following. BRIDE-TO-BE - Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz of Burt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter 1 . Patricia Ann, to Robert Crail, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crail of Algona.. Miss Woltz will be graduated from Burt High ScHool with the class of 1965. Hei;'fiance is employed at George's, Body Shop in Algohdv A June 12 wedding is tyjfig planned. 7 •' CATFISH A 23 Ib. catfish caught by Jim Draska of Grlnnell at Diamond Lake last week probably is the record catch in the state. It measured 35 inches long, 24 inches around and was caught on a 15 Ib. test line by Van Draska with the help of Frank Kester and Gary Kllllon, also of Grlnnell, Seneca 4-H Has Fund Raising Camp Project SENECA - Progressive Farmer's 4-H club met May 10, at the home of Lowell Mueller with Ricky Johannesen as co- host. Lowell Mueller and Brian Johnson were elected to represent the club at 4-H district camp. Committees were appointed to make plans for the club tour which will be held in June. Jerry Wilberg was present to discuss the sale of Raleigh's products as a source of income for the club treasury. The group voted unanimously to accept the offer. At the conclusion of the business meeting Lowell Mueller led a discussion on "How One Learns Things in 4-H." - o - Mrs. David Looft was called to Fairmont hospital Tuesday evening where her father had been taken following a heart attack which he had suffered at his home, rural Truman, earlier that evening. Reports are that he is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Storm of Des Moines spent the weekend at the Cecil Baldwin home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family attended baccalaureate services at the Ringsted high school auditorium Sunday evening. Following the services they were coffee guests at the Vic Ostergaard home in honor of the latter's son, David, who is a member of the Ringsted graduating class. Tilda Johannesen, Minneapolis, visited Sunday with her sisters, Mrs. Christina Vahl- dieck, Wallingford and the Henry Loofts; also with her brothers and families, the John Johanne- sens, Fred JohannesensandMrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family visited their grandmother, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona, on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and ALGONA, IOWA *<...« A Lovely Matching Bathroom Fnsemble in Pink or Beige WASH CLOTH ___ 59c HAND TOWEL __ $1,29 BATH TOWEL — $1.98 LID COVER --,--- $1.98 20 x 34 RUG — $5.50 TANKETTE SET _„ $5.98 CHRISCHILLES STORE Bonnie and Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Crouch of Armstrong attended the wedding of Earl Crouch's niece, Joyce Jorgenson and Roger Carr at Waterloo, last Sunday. Enroute home they visited Dr. and Mrs. Albert Eliasen at Plainfield. Mrs. C. O. Bailey observed a birthday anniversary on Saturday. In observance of the occasion friends dropped in for coffee and birthday cake during the day. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and son, Mrs. Iva Wltham, Mrs. C. F. Wegenerand granddaughter, Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr. and Kathy, Jim and George, Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Patterson of Ringsted, Mrs. Connie Reimers, Mrs. Florence Peter sen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen, and Mrs. Don Cronk, Lori and Brian. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wood at Livermore last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause entertained at a birthday dinner Friday evening, April 30, honoring their daughter, Heide, on her birthday anniversary. Guests included the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Otis England, Ringsted, also Herbie Kay Krause and Marilyn Morningstar, students at Iowa State College. Mrs. John Johannesen was hostess to the Modern Mixer club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Plans were made for the group to go on an outing on their July meeting date. Mrs. Fred Johannesen was the honored birthday member. Mrs. Herbert Krause will be the June hostess. Mrs. Carrie Jensen, a patient at the nursing home at Estherville observed her 80th birthday anniversary April 25. The Sentral Homemaking classes under the direction of Mrs. Max Dudley presented a style show Wednesday evening, May 12 at the Sentral school gymnasium. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Friest and baby, Fort Dodge, were Mother's Day guests at the Alfred Petersens. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Preston and family, and the Howard Pres- tons were Saturday evening guests at the Virgil Preston home where they helped Paul Preston celebrate his birthday anniversary. Seneca Stars 4-H Club met at the home of Jill and Becky Jensen on May 3. Jill Jensen and Kathy Merrill were chosen to attend the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake. Anna Menz was elected as alternate. A health talk was given by Bonnie Crouch. Anna Menz and Linda Kracht gave a talk. Pledges were led by Becky Jensen and Linda Sue Kracht. Mrs. Clarence Menz was the guest mother. Mrs. Henry, Looft was a guest Tuesday evening of the Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H Club at their annual Mother's Tea held at St. Michael's hall at Whittemore. Mother's Day guests at the Leona Osborn home included her children, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson and children of Truman, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Osborn and Shirley Osborn of Fairmont, also Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moritz of Milroy, Minn. ... even with heavy halt foss. Hall strikes suddenly, without warning. Make sure your crop income Is safe this year by insuring with Farmers Mutual Hail. Be sure of better service, prompt, fair settlement of claims. Get fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost. Call or write your Farmers-Mutual Hail agent soon! BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 295-5443 4 No. DODGE ALGONA, IA. 2323 GRAND AVE. iiM«»DESMOINE$,lft. (38-EOW) LEST WE FORGET HONOR YOUR LOVED ONES ON MEMORIAL DAY <B«CW.IN< * * ********* WE HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF MEMORIAL DECORATIONS ARTIFICIAL SPRAYS & WREATHS From 98° TO 7.59 MAKE YOUR OWN BOUQUETS I 700 DOZ. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS TO CHOOSE FROM FULL BLOOM LIVE POTTED GERANIUMS METAL CANS FOR LIVE FLOWERS .... 25e ALL SIZES AMERICAN FLAGS FLY IT PROUDLY BOHGAARS Ben Franklin Gerald, Bob, Sherri & Vi Bornggan

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