The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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1 2-Aleono (le.) ' 5#fc Main** thurtday, Sept. 10, 1959 t. ^ • V fife*. Wec/s Joseph Smith On Sepf* 7 M« tf»*t fek&gstrom and thttr, Jtariefri* ,w,ere called to Sioulc ©If W&ftjsitdey by th* suddflBhalfieis, oOheir husband iftidfalhifr Wf* 6fcogsiTotn Was been working in thd Sioux City area for the MoGuire Construe- Uoft Co. M* is a patittrt at St. Joseph hospital, Mr *nd Mrs Lionel Hovey had as their weekend guests Mr sfnd Mrs Dean Greethurst and Ca^ol Ann, St. Paul, Mr and Mr* too Bastwian and Dertny, Braineird, Minft., the Son Elddn, Hasfrptn, and Mr and Mrs John i Taunton, Minn. Chuck Miller, ton of Mr and Mrs Harold Miller, has retutn- ed to Mason City, and is attending Junior College. He also' Is employed in a Mason City sto&re. Me and Mrs Craig Smith will take their daughter, Linda -to Iowa City Sunday where she will enter the State University 'oJ Iowa. D, of A. wilt hir* li* fttst * * ha ot lu&k at 8 o'$6ck. ehairladifcs. ,__.. Dorothy Woodstock and 1 - Mrs Howie — _ mt and Mrs C. Sterling doll and Je*t Edna, Margaret and Melody have returned to,,,<thfeir home -in Louisville, Ky, After a Vfett of several da?S with JMtrs Golf's patents, Mr and Mrs C. B, Murtagh. Mrs Goff is the.iorm- er, 'Jean Murtagh. , ' J • , Mr and Mrs Ro£er Phillips spent the Labor Day weekend in Des MolfieB With their Sdh-ktf law and daughter, Hi and Mrs Glen fredferickson, - • ., ; " Baptisms Sunday at Si. Cecelia's Catholic church were Handy Lynn, son of Mr and Mrs Qeorfee Weig and Susan Camille. daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Cr. Degan. Mr and Mr* as theiR'iW son-in-llhxr 3 Mrs HlSfe! Of /VQ61. -—,-_„ «H... .* »w v former Lois Colwdl aridTL wart is also a former Algotilfl. Two KwUfUth edUhfy pledged sdelai feoftjfttiet 8t State University at Ames during rush week. They are Sue La» Barre, Algona* who//ftffedged Kappa Alicia Theta.attd iJanfce Bierstedt,- tfrfte Rdfek, Alpha Delta Pi. , "• - ', »* . Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson had as theit .dinner guests re* cently, Mr Ind Mfs,Harold 'Crow, and daughter? Malry libtr/ima- Mi's Emma Cfov^at LfemSlOnV ' Dakota, arid Mr aM'MfS Oxley of Corwith. Men's Club of the Presbyteriar church Will nave 'its first fal dinner-meeting. Tue$5aV eVeninfe Sept.'15. The ttfogfarn is ir charge of Paul James. wnwur i»«sB . Schoby, Jim utt and Jttn Kellfey. Mrs Mary Oahlhattsisr wen* major < surgery at Si Arm hd^itAl' Satilrdayl fehft' is recovering nicely aM expects td be released ^at the eftd of the week.' , * Mrs ,T. fuej^ay for Gfinnell college for his sophomore year. Mr and Mrs ,ftex Voltes had , , .is their ^UelftsidvTfer, .thfi Labor Day w'eekehd,. ' Jeaft' Manger" of Chicago. Becker Reunion Here* tou Ife'fcttoert luHuS Lakoia -* vthe . ahntial, ,Be"ck6r reunion was held last Sunday at 'the Fairgrounds* In' Algbna. Attending fpotri Lakota' were -Mr Call%4-488i; * ' * * v > ' i i :-i ==s£:.; asfe :•; n^'^tf f^*.« =3 Lavonne Mary Hoffmann became the bride of Joseph LeRoj' Smith in a ceremony Sept. 1 in St. Cecelia's Catholic chjurch Jiefr-e. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles J. Hoffmann and the bridegroom a son Of Mr and Mrs A .L. 'Smith, all of Algona. - . • - M5gn;P, P. Gearen ofhciated at the doUble ;ring cei'emo'ny. Monica ,Storr was organist and Anna Mae Hirner, soloist, William Higgins, and Gary Mergen were acolytes. Delores Haminer, was bridesmaid ,and Thomas Buscher was best man. Richard Frideres and Kenneth- Jloelhler were ushers, The bride wore a t floor length gown Of schiffli 1 embroidered over lace with bateau neckline/ shbrt puffed sleeves and rnitls. 'Her fingertip veil • of -silk- illusion fell £rfrm a -cap of sequined petals and |)'parls; 'She carried an «arm bouquet {of- piiik aristocrat ro'ses aijd ^ore'.a, pearl' 'necklace,-a. gift from, the bridegroom. • A reception at th'e? K. C. Kal followed the ceremony. t JR,i\ Bonnstetter Registered the'guests Ltrcille' Hirner, cut the cake am Mrfe G^ppge Hirner poured, GffU. were' in -charge of Carorstuder and Dorothy", Woodcock and table waitresses were 'Mrs Donald ' Around Algona deres and Mii Michael Schmi&t. The, bride is -a graduate of St. Ceceliais Academy in Algona and is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone, Co. here. The bridegroom is^ a graduate of St. Cecelia's and served two years !in the armed services. He is employed at Buscher Bros. After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota the 'couple will live in' Algona. Named County Coroner * Dr." R. Y.-?Snyder'of Swea City was' named ^recently byMhe'Kos- suth county Board of Supervisory to serve as'cbyoher for*the"county. The appoihtm'en;t fills a vacancy caused \ when' Dr. James Devino, Whiltemore, resigned the post. »• <•> , , - ; Mr and. (Mr* Will 'Martinck were Sunday' gtiesls of her mete. Mrs Art Stankey. and family at .Hartley. Legal Notices ,,, „ „ .98- In .District Court 'Kossuth County <= _^J^<?. 7612 September' Tct-m, 195U. TP ALL WHOM FT MAY, CONCERN YOU Ante HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last WiU and Testament o£ Joyce, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Huenhold and Danieir son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow -at Wesley will attend the .University of Dubuque this fall. Among the other 1959 Algona high school graduates .attending college arq Jerry Rupp and Sandra;Phillips, State University of Iowa;- • 'Pam Porter, Pat • Thompson^ ..Mary Boldridge,. Marianna Steele, .Jim Pratt, Iowa,- State Teachers College, Cedar Fal's, and Paul Chris- toftcrs and Rdbbie Hutohins, Northwest Missouri State Teachers College; at'. Maryville.. Carol Kollasch, daughter of Mr •and Mrs ... Leo ••• Kollasch, v : left ; Tucsday to begin training at'St Vincent's School of Nursing ai SUSu^x; City. A dinner was helc in her honor Monday evening a<\ tne Leo Kollasch home. Guest were Mr and Mrs Joe Kin^.anc Teresa and Eileen KallascrV," Algona, Mr and Mrs Billy R~ooney and fariiily, Armstrong, ,Mr and Mrs 'Herman Kollasch and. family, 'Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasoh and Lisa and Mr and Mrs Pat Mergen all of Whittemore. . .ji...',-Q . Judy O'Brien', Sue LaB^rre. Carole Wittkopf, Jeanette Bjiis- trom, Joel Harris. Marvin Miner, John Oakland and Pat KairT'are the 1959 Algona high school graduates, attending' Iowa Stale Uni- .versity at Ames this fall. Sandra Bay has enrolled at .Augustana at Sioux Falls, and Jim Kain at' Squtli Dakota Slate at Brookings. . ' ' —'D— . .'.. ...... . Rev. and Mrs O. Leonard Nelson, former pastor of the First Lutheran church here/now of Cloquet, Minn, spent the'week- end here, as guests of Mr' and Mrs E, B. Carlson. Rev.'Nelson participated in the wedding o! Beverly Hovey to Gordon Hauck on Saturday. The Nelsons,were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lionel Hovey on Sunday. —o— "• ' ", '• Mr and TvTrs Lyle Riedinger and family were visited last week by the latter's pafenls, Mr and Mrs.J. G. Strong, of Mary* ville. Mo. and Mr and Mrs tlem Riedinger of Maqubketa. The latter are Mr Rieding^r's parents. They came lo see the new grandson, Eric Lee Riedinger.'* '' " " $£' a *i - ,\ >. ( teo C. Miller. Deceased, dated September 24. 1956, having been this day filed, opened an'd read? Monday the 2Jst day of September, 1958, <is ( fixed for, hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona,' Iowa, Before the District Court 'of said! C&Mity, or the derK of said Court; and at JQ.-00 o'clock A;M., ot the day above mentioned all persons interested are" "hereby notif/ed *nd iTequired to appear,- and show cause, jf any they have, why instru- • ipent should ,npt be probated and 4Uowed as and for the last Will and Tcbtamoat ot said dectaBed. P4tcd at AJgona, Iowa, September ' • ' Alma Pearson Clerk 'Ot' the 1 District Court. & l>y.wh< AUprnays Algofia. Iowa " ' NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WIU. John Hood, son of Mr and Mrs 3ill Hood, is leaving soon to segiii his sophomore year at Motre Dame University at South Bend. •..,.-..•. . 803-A Sewing Machine is We Evolutionary * t > * • ww»3 »j, sltnply* easttyi. with perfect precision, Bjusnom Furniture TF NATIONAL To BRING Yj ! Jfi i * WONDERFUL NAME BRAND ( ' QtrANTTTY BIOHTS RESERVED W. 10th, llth .aad' PSKCAN.... COUNCILOAK^ POOD STORES N.B.C. PREMIUM SALTINE CRACKERS,, r. CHICKEN, TURKEV. 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