The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 8
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8-Algeno (la.) Upper D«» Moln«« Thursday, Auguit 26, 1965 PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. P. O. Donveiler entertained her bridge foursome Friday. Other members are Mrs. Cydney Laird, Mrs. Howard French and Mrs. Fred Geipel. Iv\mSMS HEM) Kij>tisrrul ntrs were hold Anpist 1 (ni -Davit) Leroy St roll- man, son of Dr. and Mrs. I,en>\ Strolim.in, .ind Tcdd Mirhanl Sal'in, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sabin. VISITORS HERE Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Guderian, former Alponans, are here with their children, Patricia, Pamela and Slier! from Phoenix, Ariz. They are piests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain and are also spending some time at Humboldl with UIP parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. - o - CARD CLUB Mrs. Grace Jackman entertained her card olub Wednesday afternoon. ATTEND WEDDINGS Mis. Dean Kinsman and Mark attended the weddinp August 1 T> at Klkston, S. D. of Carol Bartlett, niece of Mrs. Kinsman, and Gordon Wince, Dupree, S. D. Mark served as junior groomsman. Dean Kinsman was at Fairmont, Minn. Aug. 15 to attend the wedding of JoLynn Nelson and Steven Henderson. The bride is a niece of Mr. Kinsman. KNIT AND SEW Mrs. Roy Hutzell entertained her knit and sew club Wednesday. Burf Lions On Hawaiian Tour Via Pictures HURT—Burt Lion Members were taken on an enjoyable tour of Hawaii at Monday's meeting of the club. Ray McWhorter, who recently with his wife spent some time in Hawaii, took the group on the trip with slides he had taken. Guests of the club were former Supt. Harold Martin, Fort Dodge, and Claire Reutzel. Past president's gavels were presented to Mr. Martin and to Russell Patterson. Making the presentation was Lion President Fred E. Hilton. Bill Batt was Installed as a new member. Those present also heard an Interesting talk by Herman Rachut Jr., who recently returned from a 2 year stay at Addis Aboba, Etholpla, as a Peace Corps vol- enteer. The 6:30 dinner was prepared and served by Mesdames Wallace and Gladys Hawcott, Bert Wermers and Charles Spry. - o - Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Trunkhill, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee Pertenson and Donna, Whlttemore, spent the weekend with Mrs. Trunkhill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Smith at Hinckley, Minn. Also guests at the Smith home was Mrs. Tmnklilll's brother and family, the A. H. Smith's, Rldgefleld, wasn. The Trunkhills and Petersons were overnight guests Friday night at the V. Carlson home, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susan spent Sunday at Mason City and Clear Lake, celebrating Susans' 12 birthday. Sunday night, they called on the former's mother, Mrs. Martin Becker, at St. Ann Hospital. David Hanson, son of the Harley Hansons, is spending this week with Mark Lavrenz at the home of his parents, the Ray Lavrenz's at Stratford. Mr. and Mrs Ray Lavrenz and family, Stratford, Iowa, spent the weekend at the parental Nettie Lavrenz and Helen Wieske homes. Mr. and Mrs William Happel; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Deterding, Readlyn, spent the weekend with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel we re Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Ella Meyeri Mrs. Lawrence Doege arrived home Saturday after a week of sight seeing in the Black Hills. She accompanied her son and family, the Vern Rafdals, Titonka, on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff HoWing left Monday for their home In Calif, after an extended visit with the Larry Holdings and other relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hanna and Daren and Mrs. Kathyrn Hansen, Swpa City, were Wednesday c'liests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel. Rev. and M rs. Henry Nesen- bprp and baby, Sprinpfield, 111., are guests in the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Srheer. Rev. Wesenberj; was praduated last week from Con- ronlia Snminar\ at S}>rinf;fielrl. At the conclusion of their visit here, the Wosfiibcrgs will move to Shell'), where Rev. Wesenberg will bepin his minislvv. Guests at (ho Ra\ Dremmel home are their daughter and family, A. C. and Mrs. Jack F. Cer- iso and Lisa and Tracy, Tucson, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs Don Dremmel and family, Dubuque. The Ceriso's will lie guests for 30 flays, when he will leave for Ipswick, England for a tour of duty. Mrs. Cerlso and daughters will remain with her parents until housing is found in Ipswich. Mrs. Ed Krohnlwrg and La- Moyne and ArleneSchacko, Kiester, Minn, called at Die Al Hinckley home Wed. night. LaMoyne is on a 30 day leave from the Marines. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd spent the weekend with the Don Thomsons, Iowa City, ajid Bill Scliatzs, Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Graham and family, Denver, Colo., are guests of his parents, the Jay Grahams. Winners of groceries and other gifts at Lovstad's Market anniversary the past weekend were Mrs. Jerry Koestler, Mrs. Fred Hilton, Mrs. Russell Patterson, Mrs. Wm. Madsen Sr., Robert Lovstad, Mrs. Don Riemers, August Bernau, Mrs. Larry Nemmers, Delbert Schaeller, Mrs. Wm. Wermers, Mrs. Wm. Batt, Mrs. Andrew Harms, Mrs. Paul Schwieger, Mrs. Jesse Harms, Earl Meier and Dr.R.H.Thomp- son. Record Number Of Entries In Fair 4-H IM There were a total of 1,298 entries by members of 4-H at the armory, by far a record number. These included 1,022 in home furnishings; foods and nutrition, 87; clothing, 98; photography, 66; climatology, 2; onto- . WOlogy, 2; electrical, 2; plknt v .. collection, 2; home grounds improvement, 2; woodworking, 9; small engines, 2; and tree identification, 1. Judging took place Tuesday, and a number of entiries were taken that evening to Des Moines to be entered in the State Fair. Included were, in arrangement of plant material, Jean Abbott of U-Go-I-Go, alternate Pam Kir sen, Lotts Creek Lassies; A BIG THANK YOU... TO THE COUNTY BARBECUE ASSN., CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS HERE AND COMMUNITY CLUB MEMBERS FROM EVERY TOWN IN THE COUNTY FOR THE FREE BARBECUE . , . TO THE FARM BUREAU AND CECIL LONG FOR THE TRACTOR PULLING CON- TEST . . . AND TO LOCAL SERVICE ORGANI- ZATIONS FOR HELP AT THE MAIN GATE AND GRANDSTAND TICKET OFFICES DURING THE FAIR. KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSN. (FAIR BOARD) Bradley-Waller Nuptials At St. Cecelia's, Aug. 21 In a marriage ceremony at noon, Saturday, Aug. 21, performed at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here, Mary Margaret Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley,.became the bride of Dennis R. Waller, son of Mi. and Mrs. R. B. Waller, all of Algona. , '_,. ',..;• Father Charles -Phalen of Des Motnes was celebrant of the nuptial Mass. The bride, pictured here, was attended by her sister, Victoria Bradley, Michele Modeer, St. Joseph, Mo., Barbara Vonderhaar, Humlwldt, and Mrs. Joseph D. Bradley of Algona. Attending the bridegroom were his brother, Tom, Gary Rich, Larry Severson of Forest City, and Joseph D. Bradley, Jr. Betsy Brandsgard, and Joan Grethen, both of Humboldt, were junior bridesmaids. Acolytes were James Vonderhaar and Mark Brandsgard, Humboldt, and Mike Bray, Algona. Ushers were Steve Waller, John Bradley, Dick Pratt and Jim McGuire, the latter of Omaha. Mrs. Louis Kuepper, Burlington, accompanied Bjorn Heyning, Des Moines, soloist. The bride was lovely in a'gown of ivory peau de sole with hand run re-embroidered Alencon lace. A narrow yoke effect framed the lowered round neckline In back. From this flowed a mantilla train of denu, cathedral length. English net styled the train whicb was borderejl wil^ Alenc9n\la.-ge,.i 'Appliqmes of the lace decorated the entire length "ofthe'traih.* Tfil'hedd- piece was of hand fashioned peau de sole. Roses and leaves of ivory held the bride's two-tier veil of French illusion. For her attendants the bride chose floor length gowns of coral chiffon over taffeta. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. Reception hosts were Mesdames John Dreesman, Walter Bradley, Garland Bradley, Daniel Bray and Miss Caroline Miller, the latter of Storm Lake. Pouring were Kathy MoJoney, Des Moines, Sharon Bartley, Grosse Point, Mich., Mary Saigh, Fort Dodge, and Judy Knoll of Algona. Gifts were in charge of Mary Bray, and the guest book was in charge of Mrs. Robert Zeimet, Fort Dodge. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high, and a 1965 graduate of Duchesne College, Omaha. The bridegroom is a graduate of Algona high and a 1965 graduate of Drake University. Following a wedding trip into northern Minnesota, the young couple will be at home in Des Moines, where the bridegroom is employed by Look magazine. accessory grouping, Vicki McGuire, Riverdale Rustlers II, alternate Jean Owens, U-Go-I-Go; wall accessory for home, Lenora Hilbert, Riverdale Rustlers I, alternate Kathy Besch, Lotts Creek Lassies; painted article, Charlene Thilges, Riverdale Rustlers I, alternate Paula Thilges, Riverdale Rustlers I. Covered article, Norma Heinen, LuVerne Live Wires, Linda Dodds, Union Aletheans; natural wood finish article, Carol Teeter, Cresco Chums, alternate, Janet Schemmel, Greenwood Girls; Science Why ?, Janet Schemmel, alternate Lenora Hilbert; furniture with accessories, Joyce Plasier, Valley Farmerettes, al- I I I I I I I I I I PRIVACY AND CONVENIENCE FOR ALL THE FAMILY! Bedroom Extension Phone $ 1S!,r THlY and installation. TO ORDER, call the telephone business office, or ask your telephone man. X""N. Northwestern Bell ternate, Lois Hunt, Union Aleth- eans; photograph.), 8 x 10 enlargement, Mikr I'.Liiwart, Garfield Hustlers, Susan Smith, Cresco Chums, Dan Banwart, Garfield Hustlers; 3 to 5 series pictures, Sue Bullock, U-Go- I-Go; and plant collection and entomology, Dean Teeter, Cresco Minor Mishap A two-car mishap here at 3:50 p. m. Aug. 18 resulted in a total of $175 damage to autos driven by Shirley A. Wellendorf, 27, and David L. Leffert, 81, both of Algona. The vehicles collided at the intersection of Dodge and Call streets and was reported to city police. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES* We hive them. Upper Des Motoe« Pub. Co., Algona. BACK TO SCHOOL Flats Boots Stacks Loafers in textured or calfskin ALL PRICED TO SAVE YOU MORE $ Mr. Sneakers $O 88 CANVAS SHOES ^••• ww The Store with Shoes Smart Shoppers Choose 95 "PIDK-A-PAIR DEPARTMENT" WHY SETTLE FOR LESS ? DRIVE A FULL-SIZE OLDSMOBILE FOR THE SANE PRICE AS ANY ONE OF THE "LOW PRICE THREE!" 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