The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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t-Alfteno fta.) Uootr DM Molnn Thursday, June 17, 1965 WEEKLY LUNCHEON Ladies of Algona Country club held their weekly luncheon June 9 with Mrs. Dean Kinsman and Mrs. Elmer Walter hostesses. Winners at bridge were Mrs. Dean Kinsman, Mrs. Phil Diamond and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Hostesses June 16 will be Mrs. 0. B, Harmes and Mrs. Mel Bay. - o - DAUGHTER FETED A dinner was held at Van's Cafe in honor of Susan Wehr- span, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wehrspan of Algona on her confirmation June 6. Guests were her sponsors, Mrs, Sally Dreyer and family of Humboldt, Dennis Wehrspan and family of Whlttemore, Mrs. Anna Wehr- span of Whlttemore, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspan of Whlttemore. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wehrspan and Sandra of Japan who are visiting in the area. - o - GUEST DAY Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler attended ... even with heavy hail toss. Hail 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 agentsoonl BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 295-5443 6 No. DODGE ALGONA, IA. 2323 GRAND AVE, DES MOINES, I A. (38-EOW) CHARGE IT THE GIFT EVERY DAD WANTS for FATHER'S DAY, SUNDAY JUNE 201 DRESS SHIRTS LONG OR SHORT SLEEVES Long'Sleeve Shirts Ar« Made of "BELFAST" Cotton— New Needt Ironing! Wngi hat combined the perfect fit that comet Only from superior craftsmanship with fine fabric* to give these shirts the character and distinctly* appearance that your dad must have. Long-sleeve Styles with regular spread or snap- teb collars. Sites 14'/ 2 to 17. f\ * OUABANTEE-A NEW SHIRT FREE IF THI COUAR POESN7 OUTWEAR THE 5HIRT WINGS Short-Sleeve Dreu Shirti White Dacron'/polyesters and cotton batistes. r " spread collars. §i«es 14 Vz to 1 7. the guest day picnic Wednesday - afternoon given by the Mothers and Daughters club at the Ambrose Call State Park. ur. and Mrs. Dorweiler were at Mason City TueTsday evening to attend the graduation of Jerry Hazlett from high school. Dr. and Mrs. Dorweiler are going to Fairfax, Minn. June 12 to attend the weddi.4, of Don Mersch, nephew of the former, and Diane Wlkholm. - o - TEA HOSTESS Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained at a tea Wednesday for Vivian Miller who is here from San Moreno, Calif. She had come to attend the 1915 class reunion held June 5-6. - o - FETE GUEST Mrs. Don Smith, Sr. is giving a brunch Tuesday at the Country Club in honor of her sister, Mrs. Frank Harriman, Sun City, Calif. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Don Nelson was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Harriman, Sun City, Calif., was a guest. - o - ATTENDS SHOWER Mrs. Ferman Heinen attended a miscellaneous shower June 6 at Bancroft for Betty Ford, whose marriage to Joe Heinen of Hawaii will take place June 19. The couple will be at home in Hawaii. - o - BAKKEN REUNION Fifty-nine per sons attended the Bakken family reunion held In the Legion hall at Bode June 6. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken, Ben Bakken, Mrs. Theresa Spongberg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cowan and David and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson, Ron and Debby. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet June 17 as follows: Sept., with Mrs. H. S. Montgomery; Oct., Mrs. William Runchey; Dec., Mrs. Lawrence Kees; Feb., Mrs. Everett Barr; April, Mrs. Lester Johnson; May, Fireside Room. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained her birthday club Thursday. The anniversary of Mrs. Don Nelson was observed. - o - WILL WED Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowley and the latter 1 s mother, Mrs. Hilda Gronwall, are going to St. Cloud, Minn, to attend the wedding June 17 of Terry Gronwall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gronwall, to Dorothy Meyers. - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Caroline Kunkel entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon. The previous week Mrs. Leo Thilges was hostess. MET RECENTLY Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mino are members of a card club to which Mr. and Mrs. George Balluff belonged. The Balluffs moved to Mason City some time ago and Saturday evening this group joined them for dinner at a cafe, then spent the evening at the Balluffs. Mrs. Balluff has accepted a position in an elementary school of a clerical nature. - o - IS CONFIRMED Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, Mrs. Katie Schroeder and son Arthur went to Paullina Sunday to attend the confirmation of Mrs. Lowman's grand-nephew, Linn Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer, at the Lutheran church. - o - AT GRADUATION Mrs. Herb Hedlund and her brother, Robert Munger, went to Sioux City last week Sunday to attend the graduation of their niece, Sue Ganger, Peterson, from St. Joseph college. - o - MRS. THEODORE Hutchison Is leaving Saturday for Chicago where she will be joined by her sister, Ann, Mrs. Mell Peterson, Long Beach, Calif. From there they will fly to London. During Mrs. Hutchison's absence, the son Tom will be home from time to time and also the son Ted and family, Des Moines. Awarded Music Master Degree At De Paul U. Bodes Wed 25 Years TECHNY, ILLINOIS - Sister DeChantal, S. Sp. S., above, the daughter of Chris Gales of Irvington, received her Master's degree in music from De Paul University, Chicago, on June 9. She was one of five Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters among the 600 graduates. Among the members of the immediate family attending the graduation were Sister De- Chantal's sisters; Mrs. John Altman of Algona, Mrs. Ted Mori and her daughter, Christine, of Fort Dodge, and Miss Margaret Gales of Chicago. Since 1961 Sister DeChantal has been director of the music department of Holy Ghost Academy, Tecnny, Illinois, the as- pi rancy and preparatory training school for future Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters. She is like- In Iowa, after golf beer's the one. for good taste, good fun After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to settle down on a soft chair in the club house and add up the score with friends. What better time for the drink that scores with almost every golfer—cool, thirst-quenching beer? Yes, beef's great to relax with, great for refreshment, great for taste. So whatever your sport— boating or baseball—swimming or tennis —relax afterwards with the zestful taste of beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. P.O. BOX 159. OSCEOIA. IOWA were Rev. Robert J. LeMont, Mrs. Le Mont, Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Mrs, Darrel Jones, Mrs. Richard Kinseth and Gloria Tofteberg. Sara Usher was a helper. United Presbyterian Women met Friday with Mrs. Mike Frohling as hostess. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the lesson. Mrs. Alfred Schultz read from "Concern". Mrs. Earl Long was taken to Lutheran hospital , TC uu BS a»v night. She is a medical patio/ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zi Mrs. Nima Fehf, and Mrs. bert Thorsen attended the field township jwhool NO. ion at the Legion building at We g» Bend Saturday. Abotrt.eighty came for the all-day reunion. ParoHte The children of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd T. Bode will honor their parents on their 25th wedding anniversary this Sunday, June 20, with an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. at the family home. Mr. and Mrs. Bode were married June 18, 1940. They have five children: Janice of Des Moines, Allan of Iowa City, Russell, Phillip and Alice Jane at home. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. MADE ONLY BYOlin KILLS BROADLEAF WEEDS wise organist at the Convent of the Holy Spirit, the provincial mother house and novitiate of the order. Previous to 1961, Sister De- Chantal was a private piano instructor and organist in Jackson and Greenville, Mississippi. She had earned her Bachelor of Music degree at the American Conservatory of Music In Chicago and then continued her graduate work at De Paul University School of Music. Besides Sister DeChantal, two other daughters of Mr. Gales are Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters - a veteran China missioner, Sister Marguerite, S. Sp. S. (Armella Gales), presently teaching seventh grade at St. John's school, Girard, Pennsylvania. In China she taught at the Fu Jen Middle school and the Catholic University of Peking before the communist take-over. The other daughter is Sister Carla,S.Sp.S. (Lucille Gales), of the Convent of the Holy Spirit, Tecnny, Illinois. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr, and Mrs, Victor Meyer and family attended the Ketelsen family reunion at Storm Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wehrspann of Des Moines and Mrs. Millie Thomas of Ft. Dodge were Sunday dinner guests of the Raymond Wehrspanns. They all attended the wedding of Darlene Habegar to Donald Dlx at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Gloria Tofteberg is helping at the Arnold Bratland home at Humboldt for a couple weeks. Mrs. Bratland is taking morning courses at Drake University, Des Moines, in the mornings. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Faulk and Monte of Des Moines spent the weekend at the Percy Watnems. They all attended a bridal shower for Rosalie Devereaux at Pocahontas Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem also attended the shower. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Kinseth and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth attended the Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary meeting at Humboldt Tuesday night, Mr, and Mrs, Ole Fjetland of Humboldt were hosts, Mr, and Mrs, Oscar OppedaU attended confirmation services at Livermore Sunday, Dennis Benkendorf was in the class,The Oppedahls were among dinner guests at the Ed Benkendorf home at Bradgate. Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons attended confirmation services at the Fulton Lutheran church Sunday. James Johnson was confirmed, They were dinner guests at the James L. Johnson home at Moorland, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper of Sutherland, former residents here, will celebrate their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary at an open house at the Methodist church at Sutherland June 20, Mrs, Essie Cooper will go to Sutherland Thursday to be with them over the weekend. Callers at the Earl Olson home during the week were Mark Holland and Jake Knutsonof Bode, Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman, and Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Hanselman of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Carvel Risvold of Corwith. Mrs. W. G. Cooper held open bouse honoring Mrs. Helen Campbell on her eighty-fifth bir- thday June 9, Thirty-five guests attended. Vacation Bible school students of the Presbyterian church had charge of the entire service Sunday morning. The Kinseth family enjoyed a reunion Sunday at the Commercial Club Building. About 30 were present. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and sons. Mrs. Ivan Evenspn and Danny accompanied her father, Ed Gransetb, Cedar Falls, to Harrison, Ark. where they spent a week visiting at the Ralph Parkinson home. They returned home Monday. Bible school students at the Lutheran church presented a 15 minute program before the 11 o'clock services Sunday. 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