The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 1, 1965
Page 14
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2-Aigofln (lo.) Upp«r Pe« tnumlay, July 1, 196* Bradbery family reunion held at Lu Verne Sunday »-A funllv reanioB erf BM iBradber? family vu held la* Soda* in UiV«ni», It vu held In ttw town ten at* Mr. tad Mrf. Owen Carry cad funny oTL« Veri* were 0» tote. At- team* from Bradftto were Mr, •nd MM, Leonard Unwud Shirley art Wanda; Mrs. Esther Cuhry, Mr. and Mrt. Delmar Jobn*tt v and famfly, Mrs. Edna Marohant ud Marguerite Brad- bory. Others present vert Mr. and Mrs, Bin Merchant and Mr. and Mrt. Frank Marcnant of Gtt- mon City; Mr. and Mrg. Robert Bradburn and children at Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. George Curry and family of Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Curry and family and James Bradbury of Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marehani and family of Badger; Mrs. Richard Curry and children of Fay- ettsrllle, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foley of Renwlck and Mr. and Mrs. James Marcellus and family of West Bend. A picnic dinner and lunch were served. Lofts Creek 4-H Lassies Host Dads, June 21 The annual Dad's Night and regular meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassies was held at St. Michael's Hall, Whlttemore, on June 21. There were 29 members and 19 dads present. The members answered roll call by presenting their fathers with a pair of gloves. The pledges were led by Nancy Eischen and Janet Origer. Plans were made for the family picnic to be held July 11, at the Grotto in West Bend at 5:30. Kathy Besch gave a talk on 4-H conference June 9-12. Karen. Fuchsen reported on the Minneapolis trip, June 14. Items for the home were shown by Jackie, , Mary, and Bev Detrick, Arlene Anllker, Marilyn Gengler, and HOW I receive all distort TV chauels b THIS ABBA sharp tnd clear with lev MOST TYANTUUU FINEST fOR COLOR, BLACK A WHITE Nera'a the last word In dear, crisp totovMon and FM raeep* tton. even from etattona a him* dred m(lea or more away. TIM new PARALOO antenne deara your TV acreen of the "enow" •nd Knee that once made W watching unbearable. Fourteen models available Including four electronic PARALOQ*. Call now for • demonstration. Anne Foley. Talks were given by Marilyn Gengler on "My Favorite Artist" and Kay Steier on "Flag Courtesy." Demonstrations we re given on "How to Make a Portfolio" by Barb Kollasch, "How to Make Drawer Dividers" by Marly! Wagner, and "How to Make a Bulletin Board" by Mary Vlgdal. Happy Birthday was sung to Karen Fuchsen, Kathy Besch, and Barb Kollasch. Travel Bingo was played by the fathers. Hostesses were Susan Elbert, Maureen McDonnell, Kathy Besch, Loraine and Rochelle Arend, and their mothers. Mayor's Court Four persons paid fines In Mayor Bill Finn's court this week. They were Bruce McCullough, Aleona. careless driv- ing, $10; Conrad T. Tolrud, Preston, Minn., Intoxication, flve days In jail or leave town; Barry Watklns, Algona, falling to yield the right-of-way, $10; and Kenneth J. Andre, Fenton, speeding, $10. Court costs were also assessed. Martha Dontje Of Swea City June 20 Bride Martha Dontje of Swea City and Jerome MillsapofEsth- erville were married the afternoon of June 20 In the Reformed Church at Buffalo Center with the Rev. George T. Kotz officiating at the single- ring ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dontje of Swea City. She is a graduate of the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls and Is a former teacher in the Fairmont, Minn, schools. The bridegroom attended Iowa State University at Ames and Is farming near Esthervllle. Janice Van Der Zwaag of Boyden, attended her sister as matron of honor. Leonard Swart z of Maple Hill served the bridegroom as best man. A reception for 40 guests was held at the home of the bride. The couple will make their home In Esthervllle. Bffl|ifflnini||l|BBBM|^B8__ TITONKA By Mr*. Mary Schroeder ton, Virginia, held at Ida Grove Wednesday. Other relatives accompanying her were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peterson of crystal Lake and Mrs. Martha Peterson and Ernest Peterson of Edgar, Wise. Mrs. James Goodman and Joy and John of Portland, Oregon, are vUltlng at her sister's home and with her mother, Mrs«Tanna Anderson. Kathleen Eden is Mrs. Erwin'Edjbn attended the funeral of a cousin from Arling- summer 160001 at Iowa State Unl- versltv. W. J. Anderson and Alan oi Minneapolis were Sunday guests at the home of Mary Schroeder. A combination reunion and birthday dinner was held at noon, 'since the famfly was together again after eight years. A sister, Mrs. J. F. Goodman and family of Portland, Oregon, are visiting her, too. Around Here Its The Brew that Grew with the Great Northwest Jacob Schmidt Brewing Company St. Paul 2. Minnesota DISTRIBUTED IN THIS AREA BY NORTH IOWA DISTRIBUTING CO. Don (Dutch) Armstrong ALGONA 802 tt So. Phillips 295.2338 Use our thrifty time payment planJ

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