The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 11
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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llfik* I..**** 'ft I *» -y—V !-«•»». ,-W- I** Bancroft Man Is Wed Thursday, July 16, 1959 Algono (la.) Upper Bet MdlWi^S Mr and, MM David J. Wilhelmi, who were married May 30 in St. Bernard's Catholic-church at Oakland, Calif, by Father John Klupper, are shown in the above photo. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Beers, Oakland, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi, Bancroft. The bridegroom has been in the U. S. Navy since August, 1958 and is stationed at San Diego. The bride is a WAVE reservist at Alcmens Naval Air Base. (UDM Engraving). Mrs A. T. Olson of Kwoi, Nigeria. They.have visited with, the Selmer Uhrs and many other friends of this community. They are en- route to their home in California. Mrs Eli Anderson entertained at coffee Sunday afternoon for Mr and Mrs Clyde Anderson and children of Boone. Those present were Mr and Mrs Delmar Anderson and family, Mr and Mrs Wallace Reynolds > and children and Mr and Mrs George Harner and David. Mr and Mrs Dean Gamble and Linda returned to their home in Des Moines Tuesday. Linda had spent several weeks here visiting with her grandparents, Mr and Bancroft Miss Slices Heel In Bicycle Bancroft — Christine Eckhart is walking around on cratches after injuring her heel.' She' caught her foot in her biRe and her heel required 12 stitches to close the wound. Christine, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Clyde Eckhart. Laurence Kcmnn is a patient at Veterans hospital, Des Moines taken there by ambulance suffering from a back ailment. Hi? mother went to Des Moines witl him and will spend some llmo with her husband who is a pat ei)t at the same hospital. Mrs Pat Bradley is a patien at-St. Mary's hospital for medica treatment. Mr Henry De WftM and ffttn- 1y, living in California, came for * month's visit \vith her parents, Ar and Mrs Albert Wibben. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Dorf nnd 'amily, California, came for a visit with the former's brother, lletus and family. Mrs Laurence Kemha nnd Mary Fnith McGuire and Donald SchiHz visited Sunday wilh Laurence Kemnn and his father, John Kemna, both patients at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Ross Inman attended funeral services and wako at Whiltemore Tuesday for Nor- mnn Kirsdi. Mrs. Wanda Doocy and daughter; Mrs Rose Hoeck, and' three children living in California, spent a week wilh her brother, the Nick Doocy family. Mrs Bess Connelly left Saturday for Detroit with her daughter nnd family of Mason City to visit another daughter, Mrs Walter Thomas nnd family. Rev. nnd Mrs Robinson and family will leave this week for a visit with the ladies 1 parents at Denver, Colo. ^^^ __ ^ ^ _ j This Is A Blast! New Auxiliary Officers Named AtSweaCity Swea Ciiy — Mrs O. R. Person was installed as chairman of American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday at the unit's July meeting at the Legion hall. Installing officer' was Mrs Kenneth Koll- aE'ch, Kossuth County Auxiliary chairman. Other officers installed were: '-1st vice president — Mrs Curtis Kluger; 2nd . vice president — Mrs Albert Anderson; secretary— Mrs Jean Tague; treasurer — 'Mrs Chester Fisher; historian — Mrs Richard O'Green; chaplain — Mrs Ora Simmons; sergeant at arms — Mrs Vernon Boes; and " assistant ' at arms — Mrs Otto Pingel. The executive committee mem- , bers are Mrs George K. Nelson, Mrs Richard Berg and Mrs A. J. Bilsborough. . Standing committees have been appointed by Mrs Person. Pastor and Mrs Billmari attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Pastor and Mrs John Benson at St. Peter, Minn, last Sunday. Mr and Mrs George Eden and children visited Sunday at the home of Mrs Earl Reed at Elmore, Minn. Lawrence Engstrom, son of Mrs DaisyvEngsttop, lefti.Su'rfaa.y, for Philadelphia, "Pa. where * ,he expects to find work. ' Mr and Mrs Eddie Godfredson and children attended a."- Hoppe reunion at Fairmont Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gejfald Klein and family of Clear Lake were Saturday guests of Mrs Grace Baker. Lonhie Richey of Moline, 111. Is visiting a few weeks with his so'usins, Terry Rodney and Jo- knne Smith. ' Kathy Stephenson of Mandan, N. D. is visiting for a month with her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Joe Skanpness. Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee and children enjoyed a day at the Grotto at West Bend Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Anderson and Nancy Mosher attended the annual festival at the Waverly Lutheran home for girls, Sunday. Mr and Mrs George garner were guests of the 4-H girls of Grant Friday evening. House guests of Mr and Mrs Alfred Anderson are Rev. and * UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Mrs Brink Shipler. Mr and Mrs Donald RingsdorE of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf of Burt were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler. The Friendly-Four Club of Burt will meet Thursday with Mrs Bob Harvey. Eddie Bauer and Mrs Frank Bauer flew to Carroll Monday where they attended the funeral of the small son of Mr and Mr: Matt Bauer. Jean Mosher of Waverly i visiting her sister, Nancy Mftsher at the Alfred Anderson home. 'Mr and Mrs Alfred Anderson and Nancy Mosher recently returned from a lovely trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and through the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson were Sunday callers at the Charles and Bernard Phelps home near Titonka. 'Mrs Ellwyn Letch'er and boys of Buffalo Center spent Monday at the George Rohldn home. (e Carl and iMorj?is«;Lien fam- "- - ' -•'* '" '• '•• the and Mrs Bob Sigsbee and children also attended the show. Mr and Mrs Rienold Person and family called at the Carl Lien home Sunday. i Mr and Mrs Bill Bleuer and family of Whittemore were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Don Koons and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Carr and Maurice and Mr and Mrs O. B. Koons were Monday guests of Mr and Mrs Don Koons in honor of the fourth birthday of the Koon's daughter, Darlene; Mr and Mrs Sam Link and boys attended a picnic at Fairmont in honor of the birthday of Diane Mdno, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Mino. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and Larinda, Mr and Mrs Irving "illes"' enjoyed Sunday at Mason City air show." Mi- Link and Mr and Mrs Walter Mino and family. WALLPAPER ROLL VINYL PLASTIC FLOOR COVERING 1st RUN SQ. YD. Register — Free Prizes — Nothing to Buy Chek Onna Speshalz AT Don'cha Miss/ Thu SALT WATER Be Shore 'n' Stop ,at R bArGANE KOW - N TUR GIT IN THE SWIM TOMORRER MEN'S & BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts 2 For $1.59 BATH TOWELS EA. 59c Value S.SINT— 1 Q_ SCENT & $ONE We haf sum turiffick valews You Cum Seeee! But WHAT Is THIS P. (That is the Wildest Trader in Town) And heez goin' "Whole - Hog" fer Ridikulus Day BIG WESTINGHOUSE TV Bonanza It's KrazEe Bring In Yer OlDe TV We'll Take It Fer a NEW W59-1960 Modul List Credit-on-Used Usable TVs 21KU275 $329.95 $100 - $229.95 21KU212 $299.95 $100 - $199.95 21KU225 $359.95 $100 - $259.95 17KU288 $279.95 $100 - $179.95 REGISTER FOR Free $100,000 Worth Of Prizes No Obligation Everee PriCe In tHe Stor Cut - Mak uss a offur on what you want - You waNt the stor maybee? Well, like I sed - Make uss a oFfuR. Drastic Prices on Freezers, Ranges, Refrigerators, Hi-Fi's and Stereos, Water Heaters, Also Used Murchundis. If You Don't See It - Ask Us. LaNe THE WIDEST TRADER IN KOSSUTH COUNTY

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