The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1960 · Page 6
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6-Atgena (to.) Upper Dei Moln« Tuesday, Aug. 16, Eileen Kollasch Bride Of William Lampright Here Eileen Kollasch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch, Algona, became the bride of William Lampright, son of Mr, and Mrs Harold Lampright, 'Algona, in a double ring ceremony performed by Ms'gr. P. P. Gearen in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here at 30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13. Organist was Paul Eisele and soloist was Betty Besch. The bride Was attired in a nylon organza gown with a fitted bodice, all-over embroidery, scalloped, neckline, with short sleeves, long gauntlets, full floor- length skirt-with side panels of all-over embroidery. Her veil fell from a crown of chantilly lace, trimmed With pearls, and was a circular bouffant, waist-length Veil of pure silk and imported English illusion. Carol Kollasch, Algona, servei as maid of honor, Robert Barto: was best man, David Kollasc and Pat Mergen served as ushers flower girl was Mary Caro Rooney and ringbearer wa Thomas Rooney. A wedding dinner was hel following the ceremony at th Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore The new Mrs. Lampright is a graduate of Presentation Aca demy, Whittemore, and is-now employed at the courthouse hi Algona. The bridegroom is a gra duate of Algona high school, am after serving four years in the U.S. Air Force, is employed here The young couple will reside a 40fi North Phillips Algona Circles of Ihe First Baptist church meet Aug. 16. Mrs Carrie Olson is home from St. Ann hospital following minor surgery. Mr and Mrs Charles Schlievert have as guest Mrs Walter Sch- lievert, Des Moines., Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven have been at Chapin with Mr and Mrs Everet Hodgin. Robert Munger and son Larry went tb Ashby, Minn., this week for a few days of fishing. Mrs Georgia Thaves has gone to Ackley to make her home at ,the Presbyterian Rest Home. Mr and Mrs Anton Didriksen were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Roger, Didriksen and family, Des Moines. Durwood Helberg is home from Oakdale for a visit of .several days with his mother Mrs Esther Helberg and Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler have been visited by Mr and Mrs William McElrea, Otago, Ne\v Zealand. They have been making a trip around the world via jet. Leonard Klocke, local Watkins dealer, was honoied recently by the firm for his past record with the company, He received a pin and certificate in recognition for his four years w?Ch Watkins. Esther Quinby was visited overnight by Bertha Godfrey, k Ames, and 'took her home Friday. Miss Quinby has also been visited by Mr and Mrs Ray Hahn and Mr and Mrs Al Wentz, Bristow. Mr and Mrs Joseph McFarland left Monday for aioux City to find a dwelling. Mr McFarland is being transferred. They will also visit Mrs McFarland's parents Mr and Mrs J. L. Shay at Maloy. Mrs Rex Voyles and children recently visited the parents Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips, at Council Bluffs. They were joined by Mr Voyles and went to Kansas City where they saw the Kansas City Athletics play. Don Hemmingsen, operator of Culligan Soft Water Service, Algona, attended the 15th. annual convention and trade show of Water Conditioning Association, International from August 10 to 13, ut Minneapolis. Ardis and Alice Kresensky, daughters of Mrs Claris Kresensky, have been in Denver, Colo. Alice came here AUK. IV for a visit and Ardis went to Boulder. Both young women are located in New York City. Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian left Friday for Austin, Minn.. called there by the sudden sickness of their granddaughter Bonnie Kay, 12, daughter of Mr and Mrs Merrill Bacon, Waltham. Minn. Bonnie Kay hud surgery for a ruptured appendix Krichiy morning. Mr and Mrs Cecil McGinnis were visited last week by the latter's sister Mrs Maynard Stephenson who came Thursday from Manchester. She was joined here by Mr Stephenson and they remained here till the following Sunday. Supt, and Mrs O. B. Laing have returned from a vacation trip to the west coast and visits with their sons David and Edd and families. They also visited relatives of Mrs Laing. Mr and Mrs Marlin McCullah and daughter Julie, nave returned from Bismark and Wilton. N.D., where they visited Mr McCullah's great-greut-greut aunt Mrs Emma Monk, 9o. They visited Mr and Mrs Orrie Monk at Wilton. The senior Mrs Monk had expressed a desire to see Julie and the family is happy she got to see her, for just five days after the visit, Mrs Monk died. A family picnic was held Sunday at Call State park and in attendance were Mr and Mrs Ernest Thiel, Mr and Mrs Ralph Lindhorst, Mr and Mrs Bert Sankey, Renwick, Mr and Mrs Verle Schmidt, Titonka, and the respective families. Mrs Imelda Engesser and Dan were visited a day last week by Paul Schuh, Hayward, Calif. Harry Godden has been visited by. his daughter Mrs Robert Lucey and five children, New York. Mrs William Shackelford is be ing visited by Mr and Mrs Richard Shackelford of Daly City, Calif. Mr and Mrs John Snere were visited Saturday by the former's parents Mr and Mrs Clyde Snere, Spencer. Mrs Marian Henne.sey, mother of Mrs Russell Sands, has gone to her former home in Scotland for a visit. Mrs William Kraft and son William, Jr., left Sunday for a few day's visit with 1 relatives at Kenosha, Wis. Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser are'being visited by their daugh- 'ter Mrs Kenneth Wright and Sarah, of Plaimield, N.J. Mr and Mrs John Sires were visited over the.weekend by Mr and . Mrs Robert Daniels and Elizabeth Ann, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter were visited last week by Mrs Clarence Ellis, Spencer, and Rpjbert;.Ellis. Sandra.and.Tommy, Superior, Wis. Russell Cole brought his wif<} home Sunday from University hospital, Iowa City, where she had surgery for the removal of the gall bladder. Mrs Neva Munger and daughter Shirley were here from Spencer one day last week and were at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Munger. Wayne Driver returned Thursday to his home at Spring Valley, Ore., after a visit of a few weeks with his mother Mrs Addie Driver and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Gordan Schmidt drove to the Okoixvns Saturday to bring home the daughter Nancy who has been at Camp Foster the past week. Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden were visited Friday by the letter's mother, Mrs Simon Weber. Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Roland Weber, Mornsville, Pa. Mr and Mrs Pete Jorgenson and family spent Sunday at Led- ytird witli the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyct Jorgenson. and a barbecue picnic was held. Mrs Bea Baldwin is being visited by Mr and Mrs Lester Sell- 1 umacher and family, Joliet, 111. All spent the weekend at the Baldwin cottage at Hie Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Larry Knoll were visited over the weekend by the foi mer's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Knoll, Charles City. Mary Kay Knoll was also home.' for the weekend. Mrs Emily Ringgenberg s^ent a .few days last week ill Blue Earth, Minn., with her parents Mr and Mrs Abt> Tuttlc. Mrs Tuttle observed her eightieth birthday Wednesday. Mrs Kathrine McMurray was dismissed Sunday from St. Ann hospital where she had boon a few days. She has been visited by Mr and Mrs Wilbur Salisbury, of Cedar Rapids Mr and Mrs Vaughn Rising visited Mr and Mrs Jon Risini; at Minneapolis last week. Sunday they were visited by Vaughn's cousins Mr and Mrs Don Lipp and son Dan, Lafayette. Ind. Helen Comfort and Bertha Godfrey of Ames have returned from a vacation trip to the west coast. Miss Comfort visited relatives at Portland and Miss cjodfrev went on to Washington to visit relatives. Mr and Mrs W. H. Brandow have received announcement of the birth Aug. 6 of a son to their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Lloyd Brandow, at Fort Dodge. He has bt'cn named James Kellcy. Claude White has returned from Linden where he spent a few davs with hhi mother Mrs Ella White and other relatives. Mr and Mrs White have been visited by the latter's sister Mrs Carl Marshall, of Baltimore, Md. Clyde Bronson and a group of teenagers were hosts at a party Wednesday night at the C. R. Bronson hdme, as a farewell courtesy for, Kenrty Mills who with his parents, Mr and Mrs John Mills, has moved to Emmetr sburg, Mrs Ed Wolcott returned Thursday front Mena, Ark;,, where she visited her mother Mrs C. F. Wheeler. In July, Mr and Mrs Wolcott drove to Washington, D.C., 'Baltimore and Aberdeen to see the son Larry Wolcott who lives at Aberdeen. Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau were visited a week ago by Louise 'Virden, Leon. Last Monday Mrs Lau and Barbara took her home and Barbara .stopped in Des Moines en route home and remained to visit her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs M. E. Lau. Joanne Hutchison recently came from Tucson, Ariz., to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison. They left Sunday via car to visit Mr and Mrs Norman Newton and little son at Torrence, Calif., and will also 'visit Mr and Mrs John Carroll and family at San Jose. The Dirty Diggers is the name selected for the newly organized junior garden club. Sponsors are the Algona Garden Club and the new club will be 'federated with the state garden clubs. They met Thursday morning at the home of their advisor, Mrs James Baker. Mrs H. S. Montgomery talked on flower arrangements, and the girls planned entries for the fair. Harry Hinfon Carl F. Zumach Rites Aug. 11, Loffs Creek Carl F. Zumach, 84, died Monday morning at Holy Family lospital in Estherville. He had Deen ailing since December and was hospitalized 10 days before lis death. Mr. Zumach was born March 28, 1876, on a farm in Lotts Creek ownship where ne lived all his ife until he retired to Fenton in 949. He married Mary Behrens Oct. 21, 1898, at Lotts Creek. Survivors include his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Herman (Helena) Lmedtke of Fenton; three sons. Arthur of Lone Rock, William of Cstherville, and Clarence of West Des Moines; two brothers, Rein- lart and Herman of Whittemore; hree sisters, including Mrs. Otto Dhm of Fenton and Mrs. August Ohm, formerly of Fenton and now •esiding in -Fort Dodge; 12, grand- Funeral services for Harry F. Hinton, 49, Tucson, Ariz,, formerly of West Bend, were' held Friday at 2 p,m. 'at Wedt Betid Methodist church, Rev f * Harold Olson of Alden officiated and burial was iri West Bend~ cemetery, Mr. Hinton died Aug. '8 at Tucson, Ariz,, after several years' illness. . The son of Simon and Flora Hinton, he was born May 22, 1911, at West Bend and attended the West Bend schools- He moved to Worthington| Minn., in 1931 and farmed'there until 1954 when he went to Tucson, His wife, Mae, died in 1956. Surviving are one son and two daughters, Ronnie Hinton and Mrs. Robert Lloyd of Modestfo, Calif., dnd Mrs. Gail Moore ot Tucson, Ariz. Other survivors are four grand- 'children, three sisters and *one brother, Mrs. Elizabeth Anliker. Mrs. Ben Anliker and Mrs., Eddie Dorweiler, all of West Bend, and Thomas Hinton of Modesto, Cal. west, and was held at the 'Des Moines AtiditbriunY last. Tuesday. Attendittg^froht this* area-were' Lester FUcl&eri, ' Whitteniote; Charles figg&fth, , Swea *>"*" Lawrence fhUges, S6deJ Paul TMilges,' Bode]" sJohtt v tifipeslus, Bode; Bill, McGuife, Bode; Adam Sheirbott, BuHj Luke Leonard McGulre, -Bode, Henry Ernesfc Berte, Swea City;, Henry Eggertti, '>Swea- £ -'CityV Rafael v^i^j-j **v»-w —- --—•---Q r^ j v and a" number County Fair of others 69 well, as wivtea ef sortie 6f thfe,. members,-' s ^ • THe-Ko^Mh' l C6Unty,.NfD is having a riboth :at ^ Kossuth. and 21 great-grand- •hildren; hildrcn. Funeral services were held on 'hursday at 2 p.m. at Lotts :reek Immanuel Lutheran church •here Mr. Zumach was a lifelong member. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike of ic Trinity Lutheran church in Ugona officiated Family services vere held at 1:30 p.m. at Thbni- s Funeral home in Fenton. Burial was in Lotts Creek emetery. Air Reserve Of Algona Receives USAF Award At the recent Mason City \viation Days Banquet the G9r>th Air Reserve Squadron of lason City, of which the local Air Force Reserve Detachment ommanrled by Lt. Colonel Del. iert H. Hall is a part, was award- el the Tenth Air Force Certificate if Recognition. The Algona unit s detachment one of the squad•on. There are 30 members of the local unit. The Squadron received Ihe award for outstanding achievement during the period 1 April 1050 to 31 December, 1959 and tine 1st and 2nd quarters fiscal year 19GO. The Squadron established an outstanding record for participation in inaclive duty (raining participation, active duty training partcipation, participation in home study, and in overall Squadron operation. The 9f)9!ilh Air Heserve Squadron is the first Squadron in the Tenth Air Force, which encompasses an 18 state area, to receive this distinguished and coveted award for meritorious achievement. Regular weekly meetings of air Force Reserve will resume on August 25th at American Legion Kossuth Men At Midwest Meet Of N.F.O. Group Kossuth county was well represented at the National Farmers Organization meeting in Des Moines, last week, at which the 10,000 members present voted to start an all-out holding action on certain farm commodities, not later than July 1, 1961. It was the largest single farm meeting ever staged in the mid- Leaal Notices OFFICIAL NOTICE ' BEFORE THE IOWA STATE' COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA Notice is hereby given that Commodity Trucking Corporation, 100 West 10th Street, Wilmington, Delaware has made application to • the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 327A, the Code 1958, as amended, for L a Certificate of Convenience ami Necessity to operate as a contract, liquid transport carrier of inedi- 1 ble tallows, lards and 'greases, soybean oil and molasses in bulk' in tank vehicles from Muscatine, Iowa to any and all points in the State of Iowa. The Commission fixed Thursday, September 22, 1960, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at the office of the Commission,' Des MoineS, towa, as time and place for pub- ice hearing in the above docketed application. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Bernard J. Martin, Chairman Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner Harold E. 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