The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1965 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 19, 1965
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-A»0ono (»o.) Upper DM Moln»i Thurtdey, Augo*f 19, 1965 Wed At Emmetsburg Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph Kehr who were married July 31 at 10 a. m. at Assumption church, Emmetsburg. Msgr. W, F. Mason performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is Uie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brennan, Emmetsburg, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kehr, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Kehr Is a graduate of Emmetsburg Catholic high school and College of St. Mary's, Omaha, Neb. Mr. Kelir is a graduate of Emmetsburg Catholic high school, Emmetsburg Junior College and National School of Meat Cutting, Toledo, Ohio. They will make their home at Blue Earth, Minn. REHEARSAL DINNER - Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller will be hosts at a dinner, this evening, at Charlie's Supper Club, for the bridal party, after rehearsal, for the marriage of Mary M. Bradley and Dennis R. Waller. The nuptial Mass will be at noon, Saturday, at St. Cecelia's church here. Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. - o - REUNION HELD A Heidenwlth family reunion was held Sunday at Swea City and among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wegener, Klamuth Falls, Ore., Mrs.Walter Thompson of Lone Rock, Mm and Mrs. Russell Rentz and family and Mrs. Fred Wegener. - o- PLACE MARKER Members of the D. A. R. follow the custom of placing membership markers on graves of deceased members with appropriate rites. Monday a marker was placed on the interment spot of Mrs. Bessie Haggard. Mrs. Roy L our Store ..ill Be Closed All Day Saturday, August 21 THANK YOU JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT CO. ALGONA, IOWA NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT icoqe Where Old WorM Innketpinf Hospitality is Revived Everything you ever imagined, l-'tcryihing you expect is provided for your complete enjn\nHTU and corn tort at the NfcW Hyuit 1-odiie — l.iuge IVcoi.tUjr-DcMgneJ Luxury Rooms. King-Size Bcih. Individually Room- Controlled Year-Aiound "us you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest IV and Radio. Excellent Food, CotTee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, Northwest's Hnesl Automatic bowling (.3- lano), Billiard Lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions and Theaters. Minutes 10 Downtown — Hazily Avvc^iblc to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. f«f Rmniliwu, Win. Writ! w Fhont 612-VU 3601 V CftnUtt Yetif Hjritt Latffi, Chtltt MoUl, «r Hjutt HMIM HoUI. HYATT tht HYATT LODGE 8625 NiyuU Blid. (Hwy. 12 Minnctpolii, Minn. $5426 ITW. l MU.IJ erncu FREE Wnte M Cciur Bio;Huif and lo Do ana See in Minneapolis." | NAME. car. .SIATf. McMahon as Rfpent and Mrs. Don Smith, Sr. as Chaplain conducted the service-. - o - HOUSF. WARMING Retekah Lodge members gave a housewarming Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk 'vho have purchased a homo at 209 South Williams street. WEEKLY LUNCHEON Mrs. R, O. Hjustrom and Mrs. Elmer Walter were hostesses at the weekly luncheon at Alpma Country Club, Aug. 11. Winners were Mrs. V. C. Smith, Mrs. W. E. Hawcott ami Mr;;. Elmer Walter. SURPRISE SHOWER A surprise ptnk .vnd blue shower was held for Mrs. Dun Smith, Jr. recently at the '">IIH> of Mrs. Charles Crapsoi The afternoon was spent social!). 90 YEARS YOUNG The grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carney, Algona, are honoring their grandfather on his 90th birthday with an open house at 222 North Thorington street Sunday, Aug. 22, from 2•1 p. m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No Invitations are being sent. - o - BON VOYAGE Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wagner gave a bon voyage party Thurs- 'day for Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hahn who are leaving Sunday for a visit with relatives In Germany, their former home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mount Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ostwinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. Don Strayer, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olson, Ventura. - o - HUTZELL REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell went to Jefferson Sunday to attend a Hutzell family reunion. - o - CAED CLUB Mrs. Lester Johnson entertained the Eight Specks card club Wednesday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs. Milton Dahl, low score prize went to Mrs. Esther Helbert and guest prizes were given to Mrs. Henry Johannsen and Mrs. Harold Mosher. Lone Rock Girl Is Married In Minnesota LONE ROCK - The Trinity Lutheran church at Mankato was the setting for the wedding Aug. 6 of Karon Mae O'Donnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Donnell, Lone Rock, and Henry Frederick Storjohann, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Storjohann, Janesville, Minn, at 2 p. m. Reverend Roth officiated at a double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Kathy Jeske and best man was James Cummins. The organist was Alfred Born. The new Mr. and Mrs. Storjohann are at home at Mankato where she works at Schmidt's Gift Siop and he is working at the Blue Earth County Co-op. Guests were served coffee at the home of the groom's parents and an evening dinner was served to the immediate families of the bride and groom by Mr. and Mrs, John Storjohann. Guests at the wedding from this area were Mrs. \V. R. O'Donnell anil Dickie and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mariow and Deann, Georgia Marlow, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soreuson, Mrs. Leonard Warner and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Algona. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rodgers and Dennis left Friday to visit her sister, the Kenneth Peters at Sac City. Enroute they stayed overnight Friday at the home of Mr. Rodger's father, the Sam Rodgers at .Newell. On the way Sunday they visited their son and family , the Ronald Rodgers at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer, Bryan and David and Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, were Sunday dinner guests ol the A. A. Krueger's. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and Mrs. Jt. F. C. Mueller, AJ- ;;<ina,went to nreekenrirlge,Minn. last weekend to attend a family minion in honor of Mrs. Mathilda Kressin and family. She Is the mother of 12 children and they and their families were all home for the occasion. There are 47 grandchildren and all but two took part in a program in the afternoon. Others who attended from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blerle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kadig. Mr. ami Mrs. Harold Roy and (laughters, Minneapolis, have boon visiting at the home of her sister, the Gorhart Riggerts, for tlio past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Decker and family and Lawrence Decker, Lyle, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerhart Riggert home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rahm- stock, Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vera, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Rosa Rahmstock and Mrs. A. L. Andrew, Federal Dam, Minn., were guests at the Wilfred Radig home Wednesday evening in honor of David Radig's IGth birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherlancl left Saturday for a visit at the home of her brother at Libby, Montana. Mrs. A, L. Andrew, Federal Darn, Minn., an aunt of Mrs. Radig is making an extended visit at the Wilfred Radig home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Algoiu, visited Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Maude Hlanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard and family arrived home Friday after spending the week on vacation in Minnesota. IPORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks, accompanied by Bonnie Young of Traer, went to Chesterton, Ind. Aug. G where they visited Jim Sparks. Jim is a trainee in the Industrial engineering department of Bethlehem Steel at Bruns Harbor, Ind. They spent Saturday in Chicago and were Sunday dinner guests in the Dick Rasmussen home in Chesterton They returned home Monday night. They were dinner guests in the Robert Young home at Traer Monday evening. Sunday dinner guests in the Sparks home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and daughters, Bonnie and Barbara from Traer. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mrs. Harold Becker went to Esthervllle Tuesday where they visited Eldon Duncan, who has been in the hospital for about the past 12 weeks after being injured in a car-tractor accident. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker have been spending some time at St. Ann hospital with Harold's mother, Mrs. Martin Becker, who suffered a light stroke a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch left Aug. 9 on a six-day trip that took them about 2,000 miles. At the beginning of the journey they stopped near Princeton, Minn, where they were guests In the Henry Olsen and Duane Strombeck home. They also called and were afternoon luncheon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Schmidt in Princeton. The night was spent in a cabin near Duluth, where they enjoyed a skyline ride. Tuesday they were guests for a noon steak fry In the Gordon Alvord home, Duluth. These folks are all cousins of Mrs. Andreasen. From Duluth they went to Wisconsin, spending the night in a cabin at Wakefleld, Mich. They were supper and overnight guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donaldson, cousins of Harold Andreasen, also calling at Mrs. Donaldson's brother, Earl and family, another cousin. On the way home they visited in the Lewis Larsen home at Lime Springs, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Wesley were Wednesday evening visitors In the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were Friday evening visitors'. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary were among those from Portland attending the 25th wedding anniversary In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall In Algona. The Victor Fitches attended the wedding of Betty Irene Schwendemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schwendemann of Livermore, and Clifton Warren of Houston, Texas, Sunday In the Methodist church, Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms left Tuesday for Hartsburg, fll. where they visited an aunt of Mrs. Harms, Mrs. John Wlbben, and several cousins and their families. On their way home they visited a sister of Mrs. Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Puttkamer at Alden. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad, Susan, Bob and Sandra went to Sac City Sunday where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller, aunt and uncle of" Mrs. Lovstad. • t "A grudge is like a burr in the sandal that makes every step painful without shortening; the Journey." Newspapers collect food, clothing and money for the needy; they teach youngsters how to swim; they clamor for be*tter schools, more hospitals and less civil waste. or "fiossnth CountjS. WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS IN LIVING NATURAL COLOR! We are pleased to announce that we can now take natural color wedding photographs for the same low price as black and white. Visit our studio and view our wedding albums and samples. Make your appointment early. POUNDSTONE STUDIO 124 No. Moore ALGONA FORMERLY ISAACSONS Ph. 295-7013 does It certainly does. A purchase as important as a diamond should not be made on the basis of price or "cut-rate" inducement, but on the firm foundation of quality and value received. At this store we proudly display the emblem of Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society — your assurance that we know and guarantee the quality and value of every diamond we offer for sale. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S ONLY REGISTERED JEWELER - AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY DIAMOND'S BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL Boys' and Men's SLAX Wash & Wear, Too ( Values to $4.95 Men's Sizes 28 to 44 Boys' Sizes 6 to 18 PER PAIR Black - Tan - Laden (Green) NEW I We Cordially Invite You To SAVE MORE AS NEVER BEFORE with Diamond's Back To School BELL RINGER SPECIALS. You Get Name-Brand Merchandise At Prices That SAVE I NO IRON EVER! SLAX THE LATEST IN NO IRON SLACKS In The Latest Colors and Styles .... LODEN (green) BUCK ... TAN Sues 6-IB Boys Regulars, Slims, Huskies Men's Size* 28 to 42 8.99 J5.95 Men's Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Values to $4.95 S-M-L-XL KNITS - ORLONS BANLONS . . . 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