The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 2
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f:. i' » t- . h r> Pft» Molnot . 24, 125th If Wesley ,£<•,»«»», -*».Mr and Mrs Richard Smith etiebrated their silver 1*6ddlng Anniversary Sept 13 at pelt- hoirift. * Those whd attended were tii&ir , ildren, the Leonard Studers, ,ay of LuVerne and Gary at home, also Glert Fullers, Hum"" Idt, Richard O'Briens, Gedrge Briens, John Carlsons, Harold iuthills and Mrs L. L. McGee all Of Mason City; Harold Smiths, Clear l^ike, Gilbert Halls, Britt; Babe Johnsons, Kanawha; Vic Brcyers, Lone Rock, and many gjther friends, andi relatives. • «* Mrs Glen Fuller was an attendant at their wedding. She tut and served the cake. Mrs Gilbert Hall poured coffee, Mrs Babe Sphnson served the punch, Mrs Harold Tuthill served ice cream ; d Mrs Vie Dreyer had charge the guest book. Mrs Herman Studer, Mrs Ddn Sluder and flail's John Paulson worked in the kitchen. festival Held ^ Harvest Home Festival was 4ield Sunday,"in the Evangelical -jjf'ree chuixih. Rev. Herbert Kyrk of Minneapolis was guest speak«n A' Kimball piano, .given to the church'by Mrs Marie Slar- j|uist in memory of her late hus- t and, Was dedicated at the ser- ice. $? w A total of 150 pei - sons enjoyed « noon dinner in the church ftarloi's. At 2:30 a dedication ser$ice was held for the Sunday „School rooms,recently redecorat- ^, ErWin Haynes of Boone spent <the weekend in the parental, P. jC. Haynes home. $1 Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallier entertfiiaedihfeir 500 club Sunday Mr Ind MfS Wilfrt4 tosff • gfltets, Wilfred ifid Bfefftatfl Kunkei wort high and low festively f6f ffifcn; Mrs Frankltft Bode won low »«d travel prize; Mrs Leon Gardner was high for ladies. The women of St. Joseph's Guild will meet Friday evening with Father Buckholz in the parish hall The son born to Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer Sept. 8 w*s baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named David Eugene. Mary Jo Buscher and Dohovah Studer were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich, Mrs H. H. Raney, Mrs L. T. Root and Lt. and Mrs Tom Fonburger attended the wedding of Patty Me* Mahon, daughter of Mr and Mrti Tom MtMahon, at the Catholic church at Pocahontas, Sept. 19. •Mayttard Swanson ajid his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson o'f Britt attended the Sept, 12 wedding oif David Sea* quist and Dorine Wessman at Minneapolis. Mrs Harold Carlson returned last week after 10 days in the Britt hospital. Marilyn Hatr began work last week, with the laboratory technician in the Britt hospital. Mr and Mrs Frank HaUptly visited, her sister in Fort Dodga Friday!' 'Mr and Mrs Fred Rasmussen had as their Sept 13 guests Mr and Mrs Anton Rasmussen, Mrs Minnie SeverSon of Eagle Grdve, Mrs Caroline Barlgen of Gold* field and Mrs Anna Amerson of Hardy. Afternoon guests wero Mr and Mrs Nels Rasmussen of West Bend. Relatives and friends had a picnic dinner at the I.O.OJF, Hall Sunday in honor of JMr and Mrs Ralph Hartley and Addie Hauptly. ol Marathon. Present were the Jake Lolldngs, Milburn Rapps and Will Eden of Britt, Will Hauptlys of Woden, Elmer Hauptlys, Garner; Oscar Miller, Titonka; Louisa and He.nry Hauptly,. Algona;< Will > Hauptlys, Kathryt), Ann and Ernest H,aupt- ly, Lawrence Koppens, Lawrence and Otto Fox der, Fred i Foxes, oil of fit be at Mr artd Mr* Warolct Luken and sons of Minneapolis wore Sunday guests of his sister, M/s Viola Studer and mother* Mrs -Jennie Luken. ' ', The Gayhm Vitathum 'family of Stuart were weekend guests Schroe- Joseph's school will bo Masses ift church will of West and Vitssthuitt rSiltives Introduced In Sf, Joe Grades St. J6»,— Grade boys of St. pre-nuptial , Iheh* setvlefca ...fs^Hefirf • Heart'datttoths M lO'ftlWH i' Banns of marrfage. mlA MiMtef, the ««*. j Man and U Mr, and Mrs Rdger Thul *writh 'her son, paper for aftd Mrs to ,^ who ^as seftidtisly car iKfiMeftt. h&d been ' th&if father, l(«va.Ci he will enter a hospital' tot, rs ~ MafiehiUS , M^et^-fceesKf arriet -WfifbUrtoh, bdth farmer kal, Wealrteirt; '; , ... . Vlstted.at lHg.Jrm. Hel. jttblished for the firsl x .St. Joseph's ditlWDh fot« ing, son of/Mr 'ftrtd M ~ ding f f ^tlofe, ani .>EvoyV daughter of Mi 16m ' MdBvoy df Alg^ Cecelia's CathblW chu na, Oct. 6. Banns of. marriage published for, the first Joseph's chUtth fof/J son of Mt- and 1 Mrs St. Joe, and Delores Algona. ' ' Shows* Heiiotoj >Donrta Gardnef w WANT ADS BRING RESULTS ^^jL.-fc.Ta.j.-.a.*-****.. i .>^ 1 ->-'-^--^-~m^*.'^Ta-to.^^. - - l Public Auction 5 Residence Property — 322 S. ^Phi'llips St. Algona, Iowa ,* ^ > . < P...,,* . . * • >. 3:30 P. M. AT RESIDENCE SITE * i •> « 3v residence properly, S'/z rods wide,. north &'south and 10-rods Hong east and west. % ' • - ' fResidence: "Two story house, having' a living room, dining room, Tttlchen, bath room, three large bedrooms, full basement, and a large double gar age.* The. residence and garage are recently, rewired *»nd have .new light fixtures. Fixtures: Included are'a new gas "farnace, water heater, water softener, gas garbage disposal, cur"Jains and diapes. furniture: .Rose colored davenport and chair, gold colored *chair, Hotpoint range, refrigerator, studio couch, Dutch cupboard, *%>lack walnut furniture, Maytag washer, and miscellaneous ..other 3tems, all in good condition. 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