The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 29, 1965
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Alice Arndorfer Bride At St. Benedict, July 3 In a ceremony performed at St. Benedict Catholic church, July 3, Alice Arndorfer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer of St. Benedict, became the bride of Ronald Gramza of Chicago. Rev. Nicholas Ruba officiated at the double ring ceremony. Arlene Arndorfer, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mary Sefcik and Peggy O'Neill. Diane Tigges was flower girl, and Bill Reding, acolyte. The bridegroom was attended by Dan Morgan, Dan Ahlness, Tom Arndorfer and Norm Gilson. A reception followed the ceremony at the Johnson House, with Mr. and Mrs. George Roeder as hosts. The bridegroom is employed in Chicago by Royal-McBee Corp. Alice will attend Mundelein College there. LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Arnold Hill have been vacationing at Oaklandon, Ind. with relatives. Mrs. Hill's cousin is a pastor there. HARRY .GODDEN and his daughter, Mrs. Robert Lucey, who makes her home here with him, have been visited by the other daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rabun, Pasadena,^., Calif. From here" the'RaDuhs J went to Savannah, m. to visit Mr. Rabun's mother. -MR. AND MRS. Lawrence Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Elmore and Kristie and Stewart McFadden have returned from a vacation at Cass Lake, Minn, and points in Canada. They spent little time fishing, preferring to drive around. DEBBIE, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger, and her grandmother, Mrs. Neva Munger, Spencer, have been at Ames visiting Mr. and Mrs. Neil Colwell, brother-in-law and sister of Debbie. ALAN, SON of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Holt, has returned from an extended visit in Texas, going to Houston where he attended a baseball game at the Astrodome between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros. He was also at Padre Island where he enjoyed the beach, except for having some trouble getting his car out of the sand. He went from the Houston area to Brownsville. The Mexican atmosphere was most Intriguing. He was at McAllen, Tex. overnight and went on to Bay Town and Tyler, At Tyler, he was guest of a classmate, Dave Harrington, and with him ttew over the oil fields and surrounding country terrain. He was accompanied to Dallas by Dave's brother, Bruce, who came to Iowa with him as far as Nevada to visit his grandmother. At Dallas they saw where the late President Kennedy was killed and saw the six flags over Texas. Alan is a student at the University at Ames and will return there at the beginning of the fall term as a Junior, MR. AND MRS, Wendell Feaster went to Minneapolis to spend the weekend with Mr. Feaster's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Heamer. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Goecke have been visited by their daughters, Mrs. Robert Stanton, Natasha and Moyna, Pullman, Wash., and Mrs, Robert Reiber, Coon Rapids, Minn. Mrs, Stanton and children accompanied Mrs. Reiber to her home and after a few days visit there left for her home. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Gilbert are caring for their grandson, Billy Bernau, and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau of West Bend are caring..for the other grandson Jimmy while the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bernau and David of Charles City, are on vacation at Estes Park, Colo. It is an annual meeting of DeKalb Co. managers and each summer a v ^°?il°/ii &i h ®fc^ a deferent place ofihterest. FRANCES GOECKE and Cynthia Reding went to Mason City Wednesday for a visit of two days with Frances' sister, Margaret, at Mercy hospital. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Geilenfeld had a recent phone call from their daughter, Nancy, Mrs. Larry Olson, Newberry, Fla., saying they would soon be moving but did not know yet where the construction crew was to be. She also said they had been visited by Larry's mother and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding, formerly of Burt, now living in California. MR. AND MRS. William Geering are being visited by their granddaughter, Janelle Black, Spencer, while her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black, Paula and Jerry are at the Baptist camp at Lake Okoboji. MR. AND MRS. Leo Gardner were visited last week by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kissell and Linda of Sargeant, Neb., who were enroute to Minneapolis where Linda will attend the University. Wesleyans At Wedding Of A Relative Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger attended the wedding of his second cousin John Dwyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Dwyer of Humboldt, and Judith Ann Woodbury at Clare July 10. They also attended the dinner and reception. The groom's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Hutchinson of California, who were the attendants at the wedding were seriously injured in a car collision that evening near Clare. Both are hospitalized at Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Mary Benton and daughters, Susie and Doris of Denver, Colo, formerly of Wesley) attended the wedding. Doris Benton spent the July 11 weekend here with Irene Hanig and other friends. - o - Mrs. Lucy Brobec, Minnie, Nell and FrankFrimmlwere July 18 guests in the John McHale home at Clarion. Mrs. Mag Bleich spent Friday and Saturday in Spencer with her son, Jim Bleich and family. Allan Burma returned to his home, in Woden last week from the hospital where he had been hospitalized several months for injuries suffered in an auto collision west of Britt. The Burma family are former Wesleyans. St. Joseph's Guild held their regular meeting July 20 and further plans were made for the annual turkey dinner which will be served to the public August 29. Bridge and 500 were played and high score winners were Lucille Nelson and Elsie Kunkel. Elmer Doughans have painted their home recently and put in a concrete approach to their garage. Other homes painted lately are Dr. Raneys and L. T. Roots. Eugene Weir, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir, has been inducted into the army and left July 12 for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. to await assignment. Marlene Gardner, daughter of the Leon Gardners, entered her dog in the dog show at Britt July 17, and took three prizes: best in show, best groomed and second in best trick dog. She won a bicycle in a drawing among the contestants. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis. have spent the past two weeks here with Eisenbacher relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy and Mary, Johri and Ann of St. Louis, Mo. came July 16 for a visit in the parental, L. T. Root home. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy went to Omaha, Nebr. July 19 on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe of Augusta, Kansas spent several days recently with her relatives in Algona and with former neighbors and friends in Wesley. They once owned and edited the Wesley News-World. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hauptly of Garner were July 18 dinner guests in the Will Hauptly home. Mrs. Clara Erdman reports a new granddaughter, Sheryl Ann, born July 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Willis Erdman of Anaheim, Calif., who also have a three year old son, Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey of Algona are the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith and Judy returned July 19 from a week's visit with relatives in Chicago. The annual Hauptly-Orthel family reunion was held July 25 in the city park. Mrs. Jay Carlson spent several days last week in Iowa City under treatment for chronic bronchitis at University hospital. Mary Hildman, Fort Dodge, spent the July 18 weekend in the parental John Hildman home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hildman spent July 19-20 in Des Moines attending a World Book convention at the Bal-Air Room, of which his brother Alf Hildinan is manager. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weir, attended a dinner party and creamery sectional meeting at Clear Lake July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Studer have adopted a baby girl, Ann Marie, who was born July 8 and they brought her to their home July 19. They have a 5 year old son, Kent. July 11 weekend guests in the Frank Frimml home were their Nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Splitt and daughter Jennifer of Chicago. AND ON THE INSIDE FOR RIDICULUS DAYS THE GREATEST I I FRI. & SAT. ONLY AIR-STEP & CASUAL SHOES •LACK PATENT - WHITE - BONE WHITE LIGHTNING - BLUE - BEIGE - RED All h«tl htighti - All liw - All widthi All AT NEW LOWER PRICES 14.98 $5.99 *6,99 SMARTAIRE DRESS SHOES HEELS ft FLATS BLACK PATENT - WHITE - BONE WHITE LIGHTNING - BLUE - BEIGE REP All ht«l htighti - All fUn - All widthi $4.99 ROBLEE & PEDWIN MEN'S OXFORDS MESH ft PERFORATED All color* " All widthi - All *!*** >'Bleck Mtth - At to E'f - o'/i to 1? M.W *6.W BROWN biii SHOE STORE ALCONA IOWA Ed Hildman, Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, John Will and Rosemary; Beatrice Hildman; Claire Hildman and daughter; Urban Neuroth and David; Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Hildman, Ollie and Angeline Foertsch and Mrs. Ruth Ricke attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Monson, 82, at Comfry, Minn. July 21. Mrs. Monson was a sister of Mrs.Theresa Foertsch, Mrs. Sophia Hildman and the late Mrs. Ed (Lizzie) Hildman. Mrs. Herman Bode and her daugher, Mrs. Kenneth Prohaska and daughter, Kathy, Duncan, attended a pre-nuptial shower in the Plum Creek Center school July 17 for Jan Bode, daughter of the Floyd Bodes. She will become the bride of Allen Christensen of Des Moines August 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir spent Sunday eve with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carney of Algona. Mr. Carney will be 90 years old in August. The two couples visited MelvinChris- tensen at his home. Guests in the Herman Bode home Thursday were his niece, Mrs. Robert Kohl of San Diego, Calif, and her mother, Mrs. Pauline Coady of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ricke spent two days recently on business in Moline, 111. The Bill Ryan house tenanted by Mrs. Helen Axness and family was improved last week by the addition of new siding, doors and windows. Dale Doughan family of Britt recently moved to the farm house vacated lately by the DuaneStuder family, who moved to California. Mrs. Justine Becker and Boh were July IB dinner guests in the Harold Becker home near Algona. Boband Mary Ann Grimm of Algona were sponsors for the baptism of Doris Adeline, born July 13 to the Harold Beckers. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Becker and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young of Garner, left July 19 on a trip to Montana to visit friends and to do some sightseeing. Mrs. Justine Becker stayed at the Beckers to care for her grandchildren. Real Estate Transfers Arndorfer, Clarence \V. & Wilma to Clarence W. Arndorfer et ux 7-21-G5 SE 1/4 14-05-28 & E 1/2 SE 1/4 23-95-28. Bancroft Bldg. Co. to Walter A. Fangman et ux 7-15-65 John F. Kennedy Add. Lots 1 & 2; Bancroft, Krantz, Raymond L. & Maree to Kenneth D. & Betty A. Krantz 7-6-G5 S 1/2 SW 1/4 & SW 1/4 exc. see rec. 4-97-27. North Koss. Golf Club, Inc. to Bancroft Bldg. 7-15-65 Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 blk 3 & Lots 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 blk 2 John F. Kennedy Add. Bancroft. Olson, Albert J. & Jessie to Rudolph H. Tietz et ux 7-20-65 Oak Park Add. Lots 17, 18 & 19, Algona. Potter, Loron R. & Lila to Richard R. Lukes, et ux 7-19-65 Thursday, July 29, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnft*—3 Beg. at NW corner of lot 14 of A.P. SW 1/4 SE 1/4 thence see rec.; 10-95-29. Ubben, Anna, Sgl. to Evert & Anna Post 7-15-65 Way's Add. lot 6 blk 25Titonka. Brandt, Alfred, Exec, to Carl W. Boehm et ux 7-19-65 S 1/2 SE 1/4 & S 1/2 N 1/2 SE 1/4 5-98-27. Ellis, Yarda & Lyle G. to Sigrid Kohlhaas, Yarda & Lyle G. Ellis Call's Add. Lot 4 blk 223; Algona; 7-20-65. Kohlhaas, Sigrid, Wdw. et al to Sigrid Kohlhaas, Yarrla &Lyle G. Ellis 7-20-R5 Call's Add. lot 4 blk 223; Algona. Lickteig, Robert D. & Shirley to Allen J. Blake et ux 7-14-65 Lot 4 blk 24 & W 16' O. P lot 3 blk 24; Wesley. From flllDfRSOn CRICKSOn something new has happened *° Yogur* a fresh fruit dairy health treat ... sensafiona/fy delicious!' TRY IT TODAY! ^t Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co. TRY OUR RIDICULUS DAY (FRIDAY; SPECIAL! RED HOT HAMBURGER OR DES MOINES RIVER FILET (UNDERWATER TYPE, THAT IS!) ONLY 5c SERVED AT THE TRUCK ENTRANCE (FOR SOUTHERN EXPOSURE) Deliriously cooked on a Patio GAS Grill — the truly modern way to prepare food outside, without the usual muss and fuss of other methods. Either the Hamburger or Des Moines River Filet will melt in your mouth I ALSO ' REbicULOUS DEALS i ON i i GAS RANGES NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE STREET - ALGONA

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