The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1965 · Page 14
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AT REUNION Mrs. Olive Herbst has returned from Hannibal, Mo., where she attended Uie fiftieth anniversary of her high school graduating class. - o - PLAY 500 Mrs. Milton Dahl entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs. Elmer Keller and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. - o - WED YEARS Mrs. Elva Coon went to Mason City June 16 to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Coon, and to attend their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration. - o - HOLD RECEPTION Dianna Pederson was graduated from high school this spring and guests who attended the reception at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson, after the ceremonies were friends and relatives from Humboldt, Fort Dodge, Bode and Gilmore City. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson attended the wedding June 12 at Livermore of Lucille Chrlst- ensen and Don Weydert. Mr. and Mrs. Weydert will live on a farm near Livermore. A reception followed the ceremony. - o - FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs, John Kettlesen and Edna Kettlesen and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan attended a Kettlesen family reunion June 13 at Storm Lake. Fifty-five persons were In attendance. - o - CIRCLES MET United Presbyterian circles met June 17 at 1:30o'clock, circle A with Mrs. W. Etherington; circle B with Mrs. A. Schulz; circle C with Mrs. Leon Martin; and circle D with Mrs.E. Miller. MARINERS CLUB The Presbyterian Mariners Club held a family picnic Sunday at !i;30 at Ambrose Call State Park shelter house. It was a pot-luck picnic. - o - OBSERVE FLAG DAY Flag Day was observed June 14 by the D. A. R.'s - CAR Ruth Alice Patterson. Hostesses, Dutch treat. - o - FAMILY NIGHT All church Family Night will be observed July 1 at the Presbyterian church. A color film entitled "Through Gates of Splendor" will be shown which has to do with the deaths of five young missionaries slain by the Auca Indians in 19G5. - o - ANNUAL SYNOD Elder Karl Kiilsholm will attend the 115th Annual Synod of the Presbyterian church June 21-23 at Ames as commissioner for the Algona church. - o - GUILD MEETING The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church will meet at Mrs. Glen Graham's June 28 for a 6:30 pot-luck supper. - o - NIECE TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell are going to Des Moines June 27 to attend the wedding of a niece, Linda Hutzell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hutzell, to Robert Charles Tucker, Jr. - o - PLAYED CARDS Mrs. Rose Sabin entertained her card club Wednesday. - o - HAS GUESTS Mrs. Henry Lund has had as guests her daughter, Mrs. G. P. Hrabak, Cedar Rapids, and granddaughter, Mrs. Ed Strugala, Lisa, Paula and Ann, Chicago. ^^r;^r.^^%^ri•%^fs?s^Ji^ l ^n?4^s»«s^rs?Sf»«8if^sgss!8Si > !^sss^«»!»iss82s«s«!XS8 All went to Okoboji one day and were Joined by Mrs. Charles Lund of Rlngsted. - o - WEEKLY PARTY Mrs. O. B. Harmes and Mrs. Mel Bay were hostesses at the ladies luncheon at the Country Club June 16. Winners were Mesdames Paul Owens, John Kohlhaas and W. A. Hawcott. Hostesses June 23 will be Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Frank 7endpr. MR. AND MRS. Paul James are expecting their daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Makuuchl and son, James, Davenport, and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Soroka, St. Paul, Minnesota, to visit them next week. MR. AND MRS. KermltBurtis., Waterloo, came Sunday to visit the former's mother. Mrs. Laura Burtls, who fell and fractured her hip and is in St. Ann hospital. Busy Bees At Burt Formed 50 Years Ago BURT - Fifty years have passed since a group of neighbor ladies near Burt decided to form a club to promote the social and literary welfare In their community. They called themselves the Busy Bees. The group numbered 17 the first year. During World Wars I and n they were busy aiding the Red Cross, sewing bandages, scuffles, etc. and remembering member's sons with cookies, candy and letters. In times of peace contributions are made to such funds as Red Cross, Heart, Cancer, Christmas and Easter seals and others. The club observed its 50th anniversary at the Burt Methodist church Friday, with 45 members and guests attending. Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, Algona, presided at the meeting and the program. Included In the program were numbers by "The Rhythmettes" a ladles barbershop quartet, whose members are Mrs. Lee Schenck, Mrs. Floyd Holt, Mrs. Vincent - Bernardo, all of Algona, and Mrs. Phil Doocy, Bancroft. A skit, with Mrs. Harold Andreasen as narrator and Mesdames Glenn Teeter, Billy Gifford, Loyola O'Brien, Myrtle Zwiefel, Ervin Luedtke, Harold Algonans At Farm Equipment Seminar NORGE — largest capacity Automatic Gas Dryer "The Only Dryer Featuring Exclusive Stop-N-Dry with 4-Way Drying" Featuring . . . Slant-back Control Panel . . . Regular Tumble Drying . . . Exclusive Hamper Poor . . . Multi-Cycle Indicator . . . Exclusive 5-way venting . . . Giant 21" Blower Fan . . . Variable Heat Input . . . High Level Air Intake . . . Giant Lint Screen . . . Safety Stop Control • • • Drum and Utility Light . . . Safety Miter Pilot . . . Rust Prevention . . . Norge Hair Dryer Accessory . . . And many additional exclusive Features. See it this week in Algona at... NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ' /.' ' ; ' ,' in, I. .Stale IOWA ./ .tit th, /,!,;<!, Vfrffr St.it. Vern Shipler is hospitalized at Spirit Lake where he underwent major surgery Friday. H. E. Rachut, who has been hospitalized, at Rochester, returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr. and Jill Friday. The Smiths had gone to Rochester to spend the day with her M. Joseph Bradley, Joseph D. Bradley, Jr. and John Bradley, Joe Bradley Equipment, Algona, were among 30 dealers invited to attend a two-day Dealer Business Management Seminar in Des Moines, Iowa, on June 10-11, 1965. Dealers from central Iowa participated in a discussion on better management practices in all phases of a successful Farm and Power Equipment Dealership. H. P. Zandbergen, manager of the Oliver branch at Omaha paid tribute to the progress of this Oliver Dealership in providing superior service for customers in this area. Pictured above, left to right - H. A. Parker, Director of Dealer Development, Oliver Corporation, Chicago, and Joseph D. Bradley, Jr., Joseph Bradley and John Bradley of Joe Bradley Equipment, Algona Oliver dealer. 14-Algono, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 24, 1965 THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Kanton, Iowa. Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulant* Stfrvic* Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21001 20216 Holmgren, Alvin Andreasen, Raymond Lovstad, and Mrs. Jake Smith taking part. Mrs. Jake Smith also gave a reading. Letters from former members unable to attend were read by Mrs. Eunice Riebhoff. Mrs. Hugh Williams, Mrs. Hilda Gross, Mrs. Bertha Sarchet and Jessie Sarchet, were honored for being charter members for 50 years. The club's first president was Mrs. Ivan (Jessie Holding) Long and Mrs. Gladys Dittmer Morris its first secretary. Officers serving the club during the golden anniversary year are Mrs. Hilda Gross/president; Mrs. Jake Smith, vice president; Mrs. Eunice Riebhoff, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Alvin Andreasen, assistant secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, historian. Phone 5-2484 "Complete IP & Natural Ga* Service" ALGONA BRIDE FETED Marlene Henderson, Algona, was the guest of honor at a prenuptial shower at St. John's Lutheran church Monday. The many guests attending were registered by Mrs. Richard Trunkhill. Mrs. Richard Lavrenz was in charge of the program that included meditations by Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, two vocal selections by Mrs. Eugene Meyer, accompanied by Mrs. Wilfred Radig; readings by Ann Lavrenz and Mrs. Richard Lavrenz. Mrs. Richard Trunkhill poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Marj Lavrenz, Lillian Lavrenz, Phyllis Wiener, Dorothy McFarland, Mildred Bahling, Ida Peter, Beulah Davis, Ruby Hinckley, Dorothy Bernau, Mrs. Floyd Bacon, Thelma Lappe, Harriet Black, Rose McGulre, Kate Ressner, Ella Mae Cherland, Helen Steward, Viola Becker, Tillie Madsen, Arlene Marlow, Eva Shipler, Thelma Meister, Iva Woltz, Wantalee Hawcott, Bertha Willrett, Velma Cook, Lillie Bliech, Aleeda Harms, Ella Stenzel, Minerva f.urtis, Frances Dittmer, Helen Johnson and Ruth Long. Mi'.s Henderson was assisted in oj ening her gifts by her sister, Marjorie, and Ann and Ma 1 me Lavrenz. Marlene, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Clinton Henderson, Algona, became the bride of Joseph Cutuu'igtiam, son of Mr.andivirs, Merwyii Cunningham, at the Algona Methodist church Sat, evening. SHOWFR HONORS Miss Patt Hoover, bride-to- be, was honored at a pre-nupUal shower at the Glenn Teeter home Thursday. Hostesses were three classmates of Patt, Gwenyth Teeter, Marjorie Baumgard and Mrs. Janice Trunkhill. The program was "Queen for the Day." Patt was crowned queen with a wash cloth crown and her robe was a beautiful bath towel, gifts from the hostesses, who also presented her with a corsage of kitchen utensils. Included in the program were several piano selections by Gwenyth Teeter and an original reading, "Characteristics of a good Bride," by Cheryl Lovstad. Patt was assisted in opening her gifts by Cheryl Lovstad and Janice Trunkhill. Marjorie Baumgard poured. Guests included Patt's mother, Mrs. Lou Hoover, Mesdames Alvin Baumgard, Harold Presthus, E. P. Fredrickson, Eraa Pratt* Larry Bunkofske, Dean Andrews, M, I, Lichter, Raymond Lovstad, Al Hinckley, Charles Lappe, Larry Sowers, Merwyn Cunningham, Jack Trunkhill, Glenn Teeter and Marjorie Baumgard, Linda Acker man and Cheryl Lovstad, also Todd Hoppel, Armanda Scott, Rickie Bunkofske and Scott Trunkhill. 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