The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1965 · Page 7
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Korene Fitch Shower Honoree At Portland PORTLAND - Korene Fitch was honored at a neighborhood shower Tuesday evening in the home of Ruth Ann Loebach, with about 30 relatives and friends attending. Miss Fitch will be married Oct. 17 to Richard x Grosser of West Bend. The program, in charge of Agnes Stewart, began with a guessing game, Thelma Andreasen winning a prize. Wyona Harms and Hazel Carroll then presented the bride-to-be with little individually wrapped anniversary gifts, beginning with the first (paper) ending with the golden. Bingo was played, all prizes going to'the honoree. The program was closed with, "Beatitudes tor Married Couples," by Viva Ringsdorf. Judy Fitch, Dawney Harms, Cindy and Jo Lynn Harms helped Korene open and pass the gifts. Lunch was served cafeteria style. Hostesses were Agnes Stewart, Marieta Zwiefel, Leita Phelps, Hazel Carroll, Ruth Ann Loebach, Leona Haase, Wyona Harms and Viva Ringsdorf. - o - HOME FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett returned home Friday evening, after being gone about a week and traveling about 1300 miles. They went to Topeka, Kansas, where they visited cousins of Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Allen and mother , Mrs. Bess Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heintz and daughter Sally of Kansas City. While in Topeka they went through the capitol and visited other points of interest. Monday, they left for Pittsburg where they visited Laura Allen who is living with a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Nation. Tuesday they went to Arcadia, Kansas, and visited Mr. andMrs. Lou Dunton, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Dunton and Mr. and Mrs. Lou- mac Steele, all cousins of Lloyd. They took tours into Missouri and the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family went to Marshalltown Sunday where they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Griener. They stopped at Ames to pick there daughter Janice up to go with them. She is attending school there. Mrs. Gerald Huber and Gary visited in the Robert Wood home Sunday evening. Eugene Meister, who is attending school at Mason City, and Mary Ann Goetz of Wesley, spent the weekend in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister were Sunday supper guests in the Bernard Meister home, Marsha Strange came from Des Moines to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler and Pam. Mrs. Shipler, Martha and Pam went to Curlew Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mankle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mankle have just moved into a new home. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles and family of Algona were Sunday supper guests in the Robert Lovstad home. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended the bridge club Tuesday, meeting with Mrs, Harlem Lacy. Mrs, Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy, Mrs. George Hix, Mrs. Edward Harms and Mrs, Harold Andreasen went to West Bend Friday afternoon, where they attended a shower at the Metho- dist church in honor of Korene Fitch, Hostesses were Mildred Fehr, Maxlne Jacobs, Helen Lenz, Margaret Anliker, Gladys Pertl, Esther Rolfson, Agnes Tabor, Carrie Hoffert, La Von Krug, Vivian Bargman, Fern Brown, Frances Ewy and Coral Breiholz. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary, Norma and David went to Alden Sunday where they visited the Robert Ites family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks were Wednesday evening visitors in the A. L. Rasmussen home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond visited Sunday in the Howard Sparks home. "Still water and still religion freeze the quickest." M-D Club Union Township Mothers and Daughter club will meet Oct. 14 at the home of Maurine Hovey. Program topic, "Changes in Medicine," Luella McWhorter. Hot line news by Ethel Smith. Assisting hostesses are Eva Arend and Myrtle Rutledge. Miss Gisch Of Algona To Wed Armstrong Man Miss Gisch, a graduate of Gai - rigan high school, is presently employed at St. Ann hospital. Mr. Guerdet is a graduate of Sentral high school and is engaged in farming near Swea city where they will live after their marriage. The wedding date is set for Nov. 27 at St. Cecelia's church, Algona. Jury Hearing Damage Suit, District Court A jury was selected and began hearing testimony in a damage suit in district court here this week. The suit, Fisher vs. Kemna, was originally filed as the result of a mishap here and the plaintiff is seeking damages for alleged injuries. Jurors selected include Joan Baas, Ben Anliker, Freda Madsen, Dolores Cutler, Walter Goche, Lenore Madison, Anita Theisen, Frances Holtzbauer, Gladys Dreyer, Oda Dudding, Dorothy Duffy, Agnes Christ, with Edwin Hanselman, alternate. Judge Richard Cooper is presiding during the September term of court. VIRGINIA GISCH Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Algona announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to Dennis Guerdet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet of Armstrong. ALL NEW-This time, also see your child in our exciting Aia^i-Golor pictures-at no charge-purchase optional DON'T MISS IT! /rs &EA0Y A/OWf G£T YOURS/ CM!) lc SALE ADVANCE SHOPPING LIST TUES. - WED. OCTOBER 12-13 HOURS : 10 A.M. - 1 P.M. and 2 P.M. - 5 P.M. FOR 2 FULL DAYS OAVE G ARROW AY SAYS: Rexall tefl J. PRICt W • • •'-- --— 1O GIANT DAYS startsTHURS. OCT. 14thr.« g hSAT. OCT. 23 USE THIS ADVANCE SHOPPING UST TO RESERVE YOUR NEEDS NOW AT THIS STORE! ADVANCE SHOPPING LIST TODAY AT OUR DRUG STORE HONSBRUCH DRUG 'Your Algona Rexall Store" Before you shop elsewhere for dru 9 $, toiletries and household needs, cheek IOW P"« es N* $T om * $AVI! our LOOK FOR OUR BIG I SALE CIRCULAR S! Get a beautiful 8x10 picture of your baby for only ACES: INFANTS TO 12 YEARS. Here's oil you dot Juif bring your children to our store on the dates ihown and our specialist In child photography will take sev« •ral cut* pOMt. You'll get to see your lovtly finished picture! In juit a few dayi. Your choice from beautifully finished pictures (not proof i) 8x10*1, 5x7's and wallet tlx* . . • the "Ideal Family Package." No extra charge for more than one child taken ilngly ... so bring all the children! Groupi $1.00 per child. EXTRA SPECIAU Finiihed walleMlie pictures, 2V^x3V£, !«»» than 30 cents each in a group of 4, same pose. NO HANDLING OR MAILING COSTS. 207 E. State 295-3411 Algona

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