The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 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 8, 1965
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Aloeno, (fo.) Upper D«* Moinei Thurtdoy, July 8, 196$ HwiMMMMHiiiiniiiiM I AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK NORTH AMERICAN mentor magazine has published a poetry supplement honoring the IAIP Raymond Kresensky. This supplement consists of an article concerning his life, his place in midwest poetrv ajid a group of his poems. In addition, the supplement includes an anthology of poems written by 50 midwest poets. Margaret Durant contributed two of her poems to this collection. She is also represented by a prose tribute to Raymond Kresensky. MR. AND MRS. Ellefson and Tom left last Thursday to visit their daughter, Vyda Johnson at Houston, Texas. They expect to return to Algona about July 18. MR. AND MRS. Andy Crawford had as an overnight guest a nephew, Daniel Crawford, student at Stanford college of law, at Stanford University, Calif., who was enroute to his home at Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford and daughter, Cleone, Mrs. Nelson of Aurora, Colo., spent Monday in Des Moines where they visited the mother of Mr. Crawford, who will be 92 in October. This is the first time the elder Mrs. Crawford has seen her great-grandchildren. Pictures were taken of the four generations. MR. AND MRS. Norman Christian lx?camo parents of a five poun.l daughter at St. Ann hospital Sunday. The Christians now have four daughters am! two sons. He is manaper of the local Gamble store. MR. AND MRS. .lohn Sires are visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sires and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark. They will return to their home in Cedar Rapids this week. DUPLICATE BRIDGE play will take place Tuesday, July 13, at the Legion hall at 7:45 p. m. BRUCE SUNDET, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundot, has received his assignment to travel in Canada. He started on his first calls as captain of his team of four Monday. He will 1» In Winnipeg and Saskatoon, and will return to Algona August 28. MR. AND MRS. Craig Smith became grandparents by adoption recently when their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plummer, Wilmington, Del., adopted a three-week old girl, Mary Elizabeth. The baby was born June 10, also the birthday of the Plummer's son, Patrick, now two, and weighed seven Ibs., 3 oz., at birth. KATHRYN ROTH, Alameda, Cal., spent a week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth. Another daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hill, Denver, Colo., also spent several days here. The visitors left June 28 for San Francisco and Mr. and Mrs. Hill will move to Hawaii this month, where Mrs. Hill will teach school. LADIES WEEKLY luncheon was held at Algona Country club June 30 with Mrs. Phil Diamond and Mrs. John Harris as hostesses. Winners were Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mrs. W. C. Irelan and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott. MR. AND MRS. H. M. Styve and family have returned to their home in Tulsa, Okla. after a visit here with Mrs. Styve's mother, Mrs. Clara Walker. Mrs. Styve Is the former Phyllis Walker. A HOUSE WARMING was held for Mrs. Theresa Berge r , who moved into her new home on 'East Oak street. Members of the family presented her with a gift and served the meal. Present were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lickteig, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lickteig, all of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lickteig of Algona, Helen, Ruth and Cathy Lickteig of Wesley. Mrs. Berger is a former teacher and is working on her certificate to continue instruction in the school system. She moved to Algona from Ventura. MRS. N. J. WEYDERT and Sheryl of Bode, Mrs. Florien Faber and Gloria of Burt, Mrs. Lawrence Kirsoh and Pamela of Whittemore and Donna Mae Miller of Corwith recently returned after a 2-week visit at the home of the former's sister and family, the Charles C. Patricks of Jamesport, Long Island, N. Y. The latter took their guests to the Worlds Fair, Washington, D. C. and New York City. Mrs. Patrick was the former Mildred Faber of West Bend. Pat Hoover Of Burt Is Wed, Titonka Church TITONKA - Patricia Hoover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hoover, Burt, and Gary Alberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Alberts, Buffalo Center, were united In marriage at the Methodist church in Titonka Sunday afternoon, June 27. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony before 250guests. The bride was attended by matron of honor, Mary Lou Yeoman and bridesmaids, Cheryl Lovstad and Karen Silcott. The groom was attended by best man, Bob Bronleewe and groomsmen, Don Sparks and James Kiewelt. Flower girls were Linda McVay and Paula Yeoman, while rlngbearer was Michael Sparks. Linda Pingel was soloist, accompanied by Gwyneth Peters, organist. Ushers were Dale Yeoman and James Silcott. A reception followed in Fellowship Hall, where Nancy Ringsdorf presided at the guest book. Women who cut and served the wedding cake were Florence Fletcher, Mary Olson and Betty Williams. Joan Sparks and Vera Bronleewe poured, Linda Erdman and Joan Acker man poured punch. Waitresses were Janice Trunkhill and Marjorie Baumgard. Dining room hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoover and Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Gifts were opened and displayed by Viva Hoover and Susan Hoover. The couple took a week's wedding trip to Estes Park and Colorado Springs. They expect to be at home in Waynesville, Mo. next week. Mr. Alberts is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a graduate of Buffalo Center high school. Mrs. Alberts is a Burt high school graduate and attended Mankato State College for two years. Mrs. Martin Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and former resident of Titonka, now of Westchester, 111., was selected to represent the Oak Park Dept. of classroom teachers at the National Educ fc ation Association Convention in New York City from June 27 to July 3. From New York, Lorraine will travel to the University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, where she will also be the delegate to the National Department of Classroom Teachers Convention from July 5 to July 16. Bertha tallies Rites Are Held At Titonka Mrs. Bertha Callies, 89, old- time resident of Titonka, died at Good Samaritan Home, Algona, Tuesday, June 29. She had been at the home for eight years, following a stroke. She was born in Germany, the daughter of the Gottlieb Fritaes. She was married in 1893 to Wm. Callies. They owned and operated a general store in Titonka for many years. Survivors are two sons, Leonard and Lester, both ofTitonka, four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Her husband, a daughter, Caroline, and a son, Herbert, are dead. Services were held July 2 at Good Hope Lutheran church with Rev. A. F.Gerstmannofficiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Bearers were J. R. Schutjer, Ed Boyketi, Wm. Brandt, Chas. Seed, Stephen Tjaden and Harm Wibben. Divorce Granted A divorce was granted to Sondra Kay Johnson from Jon. 0. Johnson in district court this week by Judge G. W. Stillman. The plaintiff was awarded custody of a minor daughter, $50 per month child support and property. Trudy AH Of Burt District Pork Queen TRUDY ALT Trudy Alt, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt, Burt farmers who live about four miles nor^th of Algona, was crowned District Pork Queen during a Pork Appreciation dinner at the high school Annex here Tuesday night, June 29. The district consists of nine counties. Miss Alt, who graduated from Algona high school this spring, will now compete for the state crown at the State Fair In Des Moines in August, the state Pork Queen then will be in contention for the national crown. Trudy, a cousin of Marilyn Alt, Fenton, who was recently named Miss North Iowa at Mason City, plans to attend Northwest Missouri State College at Mary- vine this fall and wants to major in elementary education - with school teaching her ultimate goal. She was very active in high school where she was in GRA, FHA, band, Cadettes, girls chorus and FT A. A member of the Union Aletheans 4-H club, she has held several offices and served as president of the county girls 4-H clubs a year ago. She has two brothers and a sister. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Plans To Work For Law Degree WESLEY - Paul Pfeffergradu- ated recently as an accountant from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and plans to return this fall to work for a law degree. Paul and his mother, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer returned June 29 from a week's visit with their sister and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Laing and Jimmy in Omaha. Mrs. Laing and Jimmy came home with her mother and brother and all went to Traer Friday where on Sunday they attended a Young family reunion. The father, R. p. Young, was Joined at the reunion by two daughters, one son and five sisters and their families. Sara Welsh of Iowa City accompanied the Pfeffers home June 29 and the three went to Minneapolis, Minn. July 6 for several days outing. Mrs. Pfeffer's other son, John Pfeffer, wife and daughter Julie of Ames, also attended the reunion. Party Honors Wesley Pastor At Farewell WESLEY - Rev. and Mrs. H. U. Smith were honored at a farewell party Monday evening June 28 In the Methodist Church parlors. 60 persons attended. Mrs. John Paulson was In charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. George Ostercamp, and Mrs. Glen Gabrlelson. Junior division of Sunday School provided several musical numbers and several read- Ings were given. A purse was presented to the honored couple who have moved to Armstrong. - o Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Seller joined a group of descendants of Mrs. Mary Seller of Algona at a family dinner party in the Legion hall Sunday June 27. Mrs. Mildred Elsbecker and family attended a family dinner party Sunday June 27 in the Florian Hellman home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen spent the June 27 weekend in Madison, Wis. with their daughter, Mrs. Irwin Rosheim and family. Their two grandchildren Kristi and Paul Rosheim accompanied them home for a visit* On Tuesday another daughter,' Mrs. Lee Hildebrand and family of Britt Joined them for a party honoring the 9th birthday of Lori Hildebrand. Mrs. Kate Flom returned June 20 from several weeks visit in Denver, Colo, with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Lybarger and family. She accompanied them on a vacation trip to Yellowstone Park. She was in Colorado at the height of the flood season and travel was very restricted during COATS SEE THESE VALUES • All spring and summer ORES Junior Petite and Juniors Missts and Half Sixes at REAL JULY CLEARANCE PRICES O If I QTC Cotton Plaids -Prints. Solid Colors $O QQ OIVIll I Q _ Values to $9.75 O«OO BATHING SUITS v,r.V'8.88 SLACKS Values to $9,75 • OO BERMUDAS »>« *3.88 CULOTTES * 5.88 STRAW PURSES SPORTSWEAR 1 .88 Entire Stock at CLEARANCE CAR COATS teSSST '8.88 CLEARANCE ZToONAS STYLE her stay by washed out bridges and roads. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir are honoring their parents with an open house at their rural home on Sunday July 11, both afternoon and evening. No invitations are being sent. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Hamilton and family spent June 26-27 in Waterloo with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thissen and family. Jim Price and Jerry Frank employees of Universal Mfg. Co. in Algona are on a vacation trip to the Black Hills to various points in Colorado. Mrs. Orville Weiland entertained 23 women and several children Tuesday June 29 at an afternoon coffee. The party was a benefit for circle 2 of Methodist women, of which Mrs. Weiland is leader. Mr. and Mrs. James Hopes and family of OskaloosaandMrs. Gay Monson of Mason City spent Thursday with their sister and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Price and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Funner- mark and family were hosts to a neighborhood picnic at their home July 5. The Chas Prices were hosts to a family dinner party July 4 in their home honoring the birthday of her sister, Mrs. Curtis Rasmussen of Garner. Other guests were their mother, Mrs. Gay Monson of Mason City, Bill Prices of Forest City, Valgene Hansons of Cedar Falls and their families, also Mrs. Mabel Burkhart of Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cirlson and daughter of Rockforu, ill. were houseguests of Rev. and Mrs. Percy Carlsson several days. Frank is a cousin of Mrs. Percy Carlsson. Mrs. Clara Erdman and her two daughters Mrs. Hubert Bowman and Mrs. Harold Wolfe visited Mrs. Lyle Nelson and family at Livermore one afternoon last week. Mr. and Mrs. (Patty) Harold Wolfe and family left Thursday morning for Francisville, HI. to spend a week with his relatives, before returning to their home at Anaheim, Calif. They had spent a week with her mother, Mrs. Clara Erdman and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bowman of Warner Robins, Ga. who spent several weeks here. Jane Becker, daughter of Mrs. Justine Becker went to the home of her sister, Mrs. Pat Baumann and family of Whittemore June 28 for a visit. Mrs. Justine Becker accompanied her daughter and family the Pat Baumanns of Whittemore to Cresco Sunday June 27 where they spent the day with another daughter Mrs. Greg. Augustine and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gardner and two daughters, Susan and Shelley of Carlsbad, Calif, came June 25 to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Haynes. Irene Hanig has been a patient at the Britt hospital for medical care of stomach ulcers. Mrs. Hemmingsen is substitute for her in the post office. Mrs. Mildred Elsbecker accompanied byMrs.FermanHeinen of Algona attended the funeral of a friend, Mrs. Anna Waba, aged 76 at St. Thomas Catholic church in Emmetsburg Wednesday. Craig Studer, 4 year old son of the Nate Studers was brought home Monday of last week from the Britt hospital, where he had been a patient several days for care of severe body injuries suffered in a hay crimper accident at his farm home. Guests of Mrs. Clara Erdman and her housepiests Sundav evening June 21 were Mr. ana Mrs. Stanley Muckey, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich, Mrs. J. A. Hauptman, Mrs. Paul Erdman of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kramer of Swea City. The houseguests were Mrs. Erdman's two daughters. S/m Sgt. and Mrs. Herbert Bowman of Warner Robins, Ga., and Mr. and Mr's. Harold Wolfe of Anaheim, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Anfinson entertained several couples at dinner Thursday evening July 1, as a farewell courtesy for the Rev. and Mrs. H. U. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended the funeral of Joseph B. Wynne, aged 69 at Albert Lea, Minn. Wednesday morning June 30 at St. Theodore's Catholic church. He died in a Vets hospital, St. Paul, Minn, following a lingering illness. He is survived by his widow, the' former Myrtle Kowba Wynne and her son Craig;, and daughter Shirley, both marrfed, and former Wesleyans. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Cink, Gretchen, Marta and Steven returned home July 1 from a two weeks trip. They spent a week in Wash. D.C., with their daughter and sister Sylvia 'Gink who is employed at the Navy Annex. They also visited Donna Plathe, who is employed by the F.B.I, and Joan Plathe, at the Pentagon. The Wesleyans visited her aunt Mrs. Ann Mueller and Bill at Blissfleld Mich, and Lou's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. James Ciha at Cleveland, Ohio. 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