The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 9, 1965
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9-AtgenB (le.) Upptr D>t Moinn Thunday, Sepf. 9, 1965 Weber * Stewart Nuptials Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Craig Stewart, who were married Aug. 27, at the First Methodist church in Swea City, as reported in a recent issue of this paper. The bride is the former Linda Alice Weber, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber of Bancroft. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart of Swea City. About 300 guests witnessed the double ring ceremony, and offered congratulations to the young couple in the reception that followed in the church parlors. The bridegroom will be a consulting engineer for a firm in Kansas City, Mo. He is a civil engineer. Mr. Stewart is a graduate of Swea City high and Iowa State University. The bride is a graduate of the same schools, and will teach junior high home economics this fall. (Glen Studio, Fairmont, foto) 1,000 books added to Lu Verne library Mrs, Charles Hinz, librarian of the LuVerne Library, reports over 1000 new books were recently placed In the library. Assisting Mrs. Hinz in placing new books on the shelves were Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Miss Emma Krause of the Good Will club and Miss Rita Patterson. The* city library Is sponsored by the Federated Club, LuVerne. - o - Mrs. Faye Lichty and Mrs. Laura Zwiefel visited In the Rotary Ann Home at Eagle Grove, with Phil C. Lichty and Miss Grace Lichty, former LuVerne residents, and Casper Weigard, Ortonville, Minn., uncle of Mrs. Zwiefel. They also visited Mrs. Marie Stoddard, former LuVerne resident and their neighbor. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy, Lu- Verne and Gloria Wilson of Cedar Falls visited in the Harold Johnson home after a three weeks visit here with relatives including her grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Sula Frantz. The trip was made by air in the plane of Mr. and Mrs. Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus were weekend visitors in Decorah with Mrs. Ramus 1 parents, the L. C. Seim family. Mrs. Sula Frantz has returned from Fort Dodge where she spent a week with her daughter, Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher. A potluck picnic supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly honored Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Seimens and children of Cartilage, Mo. Guests were the parents of Mrs. Seimens, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ruberg, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lee Ruberg and Lonnie of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mary Beth Marchant of Live more and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and Kathy of Lu- Verne. Mrs. Lydia Lund left Sept. 2, to Davenport for a two weeks visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rekward, son Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph (Ole) Lund and family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and Kathy were weekend visitors In Lake City, Minn., with the Larry Kubly family. They brought their grandchildren, Carla and Kevin Kubly for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber have returned from a vacation trip visiting in Washington D.C., and with relatives of Mr. Weber in Pontiac, 111. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Lydia Lund were Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rentz, Crystal River, Florida, John Rentz, Britt, and her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler and Jeffry of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer of Rock Island, 111., are vacationing with his brother, George, and Mrs. Studer. They visited their mothers, Mrs. Helen Studer , Corwith and Mrs. Alice Anderegg at West Bend. The Henry Studers and George Stu- ders left in the Henry Studers camper for Pierre, <»S^D,j dor fishing. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Sr., LuVerne, at their farm at Carthage, S.D. Mrs. Ell Bager was hostess to her 500 Card club at her home. High went to Mrs. Ernest Meyer and low to Mrs. Clara McClellan. Guest players were Mrs. Amelia Hanselman and Mrs. Charles Hinz. jiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiMMwniiiuifiinniiiiininiiiiF SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Recent dinner guests at the William Gies were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Paulson and Mrs. Mary Weible of Rolfe. Sunday dinner guests at the Gles were the Eldon Links and family and the Billie Gies, Jr. and boys of Truman, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Reubon Holcomb and children and Martha Elaine Wallentine, daughter of the Ted Wallentines of Ledyard, spent a week visiting in northern Minn. and Canada, by way of Duluth. Mrs. Ingrid Farm Seger of Waukegan, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt of Algona were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brones at Fairmont. Mrs. Henry Olson and her daughter, Mrs. DuaneStrombeckand boys, all of Princeton, Minn,, were Friday callers at the home of Mrs. Walter Hans. Mrs. Olson is the former Marie Gehrtz and was of tins area, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holl and family and grandson, Brian Lindell, Estherville, were Sunday dinner Ruests at the home of her sister, the Floyd Montgomerys. Mrs. Nels Godfredson visited with her brothers, the Oscar and DINNER & BAZAAR SUNDAY, SEPT. 12 — St. Joe Hall — Sponsored by C. D. A., St. Joe Vi BARBECUE CHICKEN $1.25 & 75c MAIDRITE DINNER 85c BAKED BEANS -:- PIE CABBAGE SALAD -:• MILK ROLLS -:• COFFEE • Games for all Age& t Paul iKonlKTgors at Stanley, Wis. List work. Kho accompanied the Bon Wil>lK>ns of Alpona. Mr. and Mrs. JamesKnonsami fanilh and Mr. and Mrs.Michoal Christ, Jr. and family of Lakota were sight-seeing last \v<?ek at Mackinac Island, Mich., took the circle drive around Lake Superior, and drove into Canada. They were gone a week. The Jim Koons family visited at the home of his father and mother, the O. B. Koons at Lakota, Sunday, and were visited Sunday evening at the home by the "Zip" Koons. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Paul and family attended a family get-together at the home of her brother, the H. W. Grupes at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lautner of Jefferson were Friday visitors at the Carl Schauberger home. The men were in service together. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson were Sunday evening callers at the Walter Magnusen home. The children of the Ormal Guinns were all on vacation last week. Pat was at the home of her grandparents, the Henry Stoners at Laurens; Gene spent some time at the Dale Cummins and the Junior Asklands at Armstrong, and Debby visited at the LuVerne Larsons and Dale Cummins. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanftner were Sunday callers at the Harold Carr home. The Preston family reunion was held Sunday at the Legion Hall at Swea City with the following persons from this area present; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Preston and family, Ringsted, Mrs. Bernard Haaak and children, Cylinder, Mrs. Nina Traub, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston, Mrs. Joe Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Preston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Mrs. John Kelly and children and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Linde. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Danny, Jennifer and Jerry drove to Waverly Sunday where Danny was to begin varsity football practice for Wartburg college. Paul Danlelson, son oftheNorlne Danielsons, arrived at Wartburg college Sunday also, to begin practice for the same team. Mrs. Darrel Bishop and children were at the home of her parents, the S. Hammers. Gilmore City, Saturday. Iftr. and,Mrs. Everett Rippen, trojjj andjjEvelyn left last Wednesday to visit the Black Hills, S. Dak. They also saw the Rosebud Indian Reservation in S. Dak. They called at the Louie Matt home at Blair, Neb. and at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, the Harlan Rippentrops at Ute, Iowa, Sun. Mrs. Matt is a sister of Mrs. Harlan Rippentrop. Their nephew, Russel Paul Kauffman, son of the Delbert Kauffmans of Huntington Beach, Calif., is visiting the Russell Kauffmans for two weeks. Greg, son of the Gail Kauff- mans of Cedar Rapids, visited at the home of grandparents, the Russell Kauffmans last week. The Francis Sullivans visited at the home of her sister, the John Campbells at Iowa Falls, Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gillman of Dassel, Minn., were overnight guests last Tuesday at the Martin Geerdes home. The families are cousins. The Jack Reisdorfes of Lakota and the Ken Mullarkeys were Sunday supper guests at the Martin Geerdes home. Start School T. B. Testing In Kossufh September 7 through September 23 are the dates set for the annual Mantoux skin testing program in all public and parochial schools in Kossuth county, sponsored by the Kossuth County Tuberculosis and Health Association with the cooperation of the Kossuth County Medical Society, All students in the first, fifth, ninth and twelfth grades and all school personnel, including teachers, cooks, bus drivers and maintenance workers will be given the test provided they desire to participate. Parentshave to sign the parental consent form to enable their children to participate in the program. In 19G4, the skin tests was given to over 2,000 persons and there were only 25 positive reactors in the county. Mrs. Isabelle Kunkel, R. N., of Algona is in charge of this year's skin-testing program. She will be assisted by local volunteers in doing the testing. The schedule for testing is as follows: Tuesday, Sept. 7 - 8:30 a. m., Grant Township; 9:30 a. m., Swea City; 12:30, Ledyard; 2 p. m., Lakota. Wednesday, Sept.8-8:30a.m., Garrigan; 10:30 a. m., St. Cecelia's; 12:30, St. John's Bancroft, Bancroft Independent; 2 p. m., Burt. Monday, Sept. 13 - 8:30 a. m., St. Michael's, Whittemore; 9:30 a. m., St. Paul's Lutheran, Whittemore; 10:30 a.m., Fenton, Lone Rock, Sentral; 2:30 p. m., Lotts Creek. Tuesday, Sept. 14 - 8:30 a.m., Titonka; 10:45 a. m., St. Joe's, Wesley; 1:00 p. m., St. Benedict's. Monday, Sept. 20 - 8:30 a. m., Algona schools, Tuesday, Sept. 21 - 8:30 a.m., St. Joe's, Bode; 10:00 a. m., LuVerne. The school health program is supported by the annual purchase of Christmas Seals by residents of Kossuth county. Algona Girl In Honors Program At Ball State MUNCIE, IND. - Karen Sue Charles, Algona, Iowa, is among the students participating in the Honors Program at Ball State University. The Honors Program at Ball State University carries 151 freshmen on the autumn quarter schedule of classes, students selected on the basis of entrance test scores and academic excellence in high school. They are among 362 students from the total four-year student population who attend special classes in the humanities and advance classes in their individual area of study. Now in its sixth year of operation, the Ball State Honors Program graduated its third group of honors seniors in this year's June commencement. Miss Charles, a freshman, is majoring in history. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Charles, Box 273, Algona, Iowa. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchise* dealer Upper Des Molnes Pab. Cd. Wishing For A Bnyer Won't Make that Sale! United States Post Office Algona, Iowa - 50511 PROGRAM DEDICATION OF NEW POST OFFICE BUILDING ALGONA, IOWA - 50511 MUSIC - 1:00 TO 1:15 P.M. ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL BAND, RUSSEL GUSTER, DIRECTOR OPENING REMARKS - - - - W. W. SULLIVAN, POSTMASTER INTRODUCTION'.- R- G- BUCHANAN - MASTER Or CEREMONIES 8 B I i t i i B I 0 I B i INVOCATION - WELCOMING REMARKS INTRODUCTORY REMARKS REMARKS - - - ADDRESS - REV. JAMES M. BRUCH ST. CECELIA'S CATHOLIC CHURCH THE HONORABLE WM. J. FINN MAYOR OF ALGONA PAT MONTAG PRESIDENT, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THE HONORABLE JOHN E. TAPSCOTT ASSISTANT TO REGIONAL DIRECTOR THE HONORABLE STANLEY L. GREIGG IOWA CONGRESS, 6TH DISTRICT PRESENTATION OF THE FLAG - - CONGRESSMAN GREIGG FLAG RAISING CEREMONY - AMERICAN LEGION AND V.F.W. COLOR GUARD THE NATIONAL ANTHEM - ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL BAND BENEDICTION - REV. NEWTON COUGHENOUR FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Chairman, Ministerial Ass'n. Building Open for Inspection to the Public 2:00 to 4:00 P. M. 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