The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1965 · Page 8
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8-Alpeno (la.) Upper D»t Molnti Tnundoy, July 15, 1965 Silver Wedding Honors Wilford Wards, Sexton SEXTON - Mrs. Bob Gerber and MeMn Ward were the hosts at a lovely party Sunday afternoon In honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Ward, on their 25th wedding anniversary. Melvin was in charge ofthepuest book while Mrs. Gerbe rand Dorothy and Donna Jay of Colo opened gifts. At the luncheon table, Mrs. Ward's mother, Mrs. Nellie Weir of Colo oourcd punch and Mr. Ward's motner, Mrs. L. F. Ward of Nevada poured coffee. The bride of twenty five years was attired in blue and white and wore a corsage of pink roses. The wedding attendants, Max Ward and Mr s.Les- ter Jay attended the festivities. Also visiting from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weir of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nagel of Sheffield and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wermersen of Curlew. All members of Mr. and Mrs. Wards respective families were able to attend and nil enjoyed a family buffet supper Sunday evening. - o - Saturday afternoon callers at the Clarence Huff home were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Huff of Columbus, Georgia, Mrs. C. B. Huff of Lu- Verne, Bill Huff and Grover Gnibb of Wesley and spending the weekend were Ray Huff and his granddaughter, Beverly Sanders of Cedar Rapids. While here they also called at the Leslie Huff and Stanley Gardner homes at Algona. Visiting here Mr. Huff and his granddaughter were also able to take in the greatest fireworks display In northern Iowa and they agreed the fellow In the white hat directing traffic also put on the best performance in northern Iowa In the little town of Wesley. Just the mention of the bruised kids out of school seems to have jinxed everyone the past week. Not even in school yet, Craig Klrschbaum, youngest son of the Leo Kirschbaums, fell in the back yard at his home and cut his wrist in three places on a small piece of glass resulting In a visit to the doctor and seven stitches in the wound. The Perry Lowmans are getting ready for company. Arriving this weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hale of Stanton, Virginia. The Lowman's are also looking forward to seeing their daughter next week, Mrs. Bill Oliver and family arriving from Portland, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Lowman, David and Dean plan to return to Oregon with Mrs. Oliver for a visit in August. Not everyone is entertaining guests as Mr. and Mrs. Archie Elbert and family decided to be the visitors. They are on their long planned trip to California to visit sisters of Mrs. Elbert at Vista and Long Beach. Keeping Eileen and Mike Elbert company at home is a cousin, Mary Lou Tallman, of Cherokee, Iowa. This would be a good time to go calling on Mrs. Nell Ophelm, as it must be mighty lonesome around her place this week. Her family, the Junior Ray Hoopers, returned to Mountain Home, Arkansas, after a few weeks visit here and then her neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Hovey, Carol and Jimmy also took off for the same general area. They will visit at the children's paternal grandparents in Arkansas and might even drop in at the Hoopers to continue their visit from here. A familiar visitor of the past years is among the missing this summer and for good reason. Gerri Hennigan of Dallas, Texas, is attending beauty school instead of visiting at the McMahons for the summer. It wasn't the pleasant trip to the Iowa City area that the Charles Schaeffers were planning last week. The Sunday before leaving they arrived home from church to find a fire had burned a hole through their kitchen floor. They were able to get it under control before it broke through the outside wall where contact with a high wind could have destroyed the house. Any housewife will agree It was not all good news as Mrs. Schaeffer had spent the previous week painting and cleaning the downstairs so they could return from their trip to a nice clean house. They took their trip on schedule, but no doubt spent most of the time thinking of all that work to be done over again when they got home. The Company the Roy Hansens have been hoping would come for the past couple of years have arrived at last. Former residents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hansen and family arrived on Monday from their home in Maine, ( for their first visit since leaving here. It was also the first (imp Mrs. Hanson has soon the nick Hanson's yunncrpRt chiM. Thp Art Mix's niado tlio must of the two day holiday for the fovirth. They attended a Hix family picnic at UIP DH'if.lit Huseliomo on Sunday. On Monda\ tlioy attended a Smith family picnic at the Pilot Knoli State Park. Th>'v were able to visit with Mrs. Mix's brother, Frank Smith and family here from CnhunUis, Ohio. During the busy \veok a new family has l-pen added to the town at the residence vacated by the Clarence Golwitzers. Newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Prtils- man will be making their home here. For the first timeftie general comment has all been one of approval for a new product. Ttie reasons ranged from it's easier to find what I'm looking for to it's easier to pick up and read on the bus, but It's all lx>en about HIP iU'-v form.tt of the I'H'pr Do-'- M"inps paper on M n 'i- .i.u . M.tkrs v»u \\i-indri \v|r, the iT<ts ,it tin' lake:- were such a '-iiniii.se (. the .Ulthol j(jos when ;i loral • ill cam< home fron, tli'"T> a Triple nf \<. i-eks ;n o aft. i i.ikip.r her voiiii|-( •]• blethers foi the 'Aoekend and told the family, sure f.lad ve \vent this week, next week they are < uim, tohavea iio{ at the hikes. Just another rase of thinklnr it can't happen here? Wesley Girl Is Wed July In Minnesota nianno Gardner became the bride of Lawrence M. Tobin at 2 p. m. July 3 at St. fcihvanls church, Austin, Minn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner, Wesley, and the Krooin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Tobin, Floyd, Iowa. Hev. Daniel Corcoran performed the double ring ceremony and Mary Cronan accompanied the soloist, Gerald Wakefield. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- lenfth gown with chapel train of white organza and Chantilly lace over nylon net and taffeta. Thp fitted bodice featured a dropped torso with lace inset at front and back of Iwlice with sabrina edged neckline with lace scallops and long sleeves ending in bridal point at wrist. The bouffant skirt featured an overskirt bonded with lace and caught up with lace at center front. A bow and streamers and two wide bands of lace adorned the back of the skirt. Her cloud veil of imported silk bridal Illusion was attached to a double crown of lace, sprinkled with pearls and crystals. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses and stephanotis. Marlene Gardner was maid of honor; bridesmaids, Jo Ann Larson and Mrs. Darlene Frisbie; Lori Blickencterfer was flower girl; Charles Tobin, best- man; David Randall and Richard Gardner, groomsmen. Timothy Wiegel, ringbearer; and ushers, Darrell Hamilton and Gerald Camp. The reception was held in St. Edward's school gym. JudyBell- richard was in charge of the guest book. Barbara Cooper was hostess. Mrs. David Patterson served punch. Mrs. James Wiegel and Mrs. Roger Blickenderfer poured and Mrs. Donald Hamilton and Mrs. James Camp cut the cake. Carol Vugteveen and Mrs. David Heinz opened gifts. For travel, the bride wore a pink and white sheath dress with black accessories and a corsage of red roses and stephanotis. She is a graduate of Britt high school and Hamilton Business College and is employed by Geo. A. Hormel & Co., Austin. The groom served four years in the Navy and is employed b) Oliver Corp., Charles City. The} will reside at Austin. ADDING MACHINES * TYPEWRITERS At The Upper Des Molnes. Sexton Youth Has Close Call SEXTON - At the Perry Lowman farm it was a narrow escape for David Lowman while, helping with hay baling. He had just stepped from the tractor when two bales rolled back down the elevator striking him in the back of the neck. He was taken to the hospital and numerous x-rays taken with no injury found. He was lucky to end up with only a headache fmm his adventure, SAVE BIG! UNBREAKABLE V 10-OZ. i PLASTIC I! TUMBLERS From JMDf RSOD €RICKSOn something new has happened fo Yogurt REGULARLY 75< Unbreakable tumblers are dishwashcr-and-children safe, clear plastic. u-«s:; a fresh fruit dairy health treat . . . sensationally delicious. 1 TRY IT TODAY! 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Second $100 Every self-propelled Gleaner owner and Uni-System owner in the parade is eligible to register for the second $100 in cash to be given away. Friday Drawing to be held at 4 p.m. 16,1965 Schedule of events: Swimming & Pop starting at 1 Registration starts at 1:30 Parade at 2:30 p.m. Fi ee watermelon and lunch at 3 p.m. Cash drawings at 4 p.m. Unt-Sytltm plcktr has giant 12-roll husking bed, biggest on the market. Special presser wheels with 312 moving rubber Flexi-Fingers align the ears .ind keep them moving along the husking rolls. You get cleaner corn. Unl-Systcm combine with big capacity from gram platform to 55-bushel grain bm. Features extra-heavy concave and the strongest cylinder in the business! Does superior job in small gram and beans in all field conditions. Uni-Sy«fem $h*ll«r, world's only self-propelled sheller- Un/.Sy«lem combine cornhejd for top performance in "corn country." FREE SWIMMING AND POP AT THE POOL from 1 to 5 p.m. Parade of Gleaner Combines & Uni-System Harvesters DOWN THE MAIN STREET OF SWEA CITY 2:30 P.M. A throng of almost 2,000 people attended this event last year, TRVCKLOAD OF MELONS Free Watermelon Coffee & Refreshments STARTING AT 3 P.M. ALLIS-CHALMERS AND NEW IDEA WILL HAVE REPRESENTATIVES ON HAND TO GREET YOU. Phone 272- 4601 LINDE IMPLEMENT COMPANY LINDE IMP. 2Sth Anniversary in business in Swea City AI Us Chalmers — AVir Idea — Gehl — Kewanee — Meyer — Stan-Hoist Swea City, lowt

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