The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 29, 1948
Page 5
Start Free Trial

in Betty Paul Bierstedt WedAtBurf r ' ! -' *•'. Burt _ A showei- for Moore, Algona, and "Pat4 fjtodt, Lakota, was giveft at 'the Lutheran church here last Monday evening. About 100 gtlests were toresent. A men's > qtiflrtet jrom Lakota sane several " ' ' bors. Mrs. Lyle Marlow gavb a fading, and Mrs. Leonard -War"her had charge of a contest.'The couple were married Thursday /•»t*«w i *i te 1 fi J.1. _ "ni . ..* «< *i • *_ *f Mrs, M. I.'LichteVs birthday with a party at her home • Tuesday evening. The guests" were dressed aS hdbdes and Mrs. Lichtei- Was croWfted queen'of the hoboes. t Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel and'son, of Aursra, 111., arrived a Weelk agd, Sunday for a' week's Visit With Mr. Dremmel's mother, Mri. P, L. Dr&inmel. and other rfe atiVes. They Were ofi their Way batik from a fishing trip ^ Mi', 'ahd Mrs. Orville Stewi Garner; We're Saturday dinnm- gufests at the Mrs Mary Steward and PaW, 'MucaUleyg home. ^'••aW 3 ?^* a ¥ ty 0chil - .dreft,- St. Louis, Md., 1 visited a jftft saw &«"**• EI- Mrs-. Smith's nephew ^Herbert Weiske. Tho Olloms wenf'bri'lo Ames to spend '& few dajhs at the (home 6f their daUghteif,'' : Steward, evening Church. in the A11MJ. OltCl V Liltherart Hostess at Tea Mrs. G. O. McFarland was ~. x^» \^, ivitr uutuiu WH! hostess at a tea Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Macau'ley entertained at a similar affair that, evening. Ill With Mumpii' ' The crfeanMy force-' has been short-handed the past week or two due to the-lllriess''of Robert Lewis, who has 'been sick with mumps and of Bill'Voigt, who - underwent an operation fo'r hernia last Tuesday.' John'Robert <jfBatt has been driving the icream truck and helping during their absence. '"'.•'•"•' '•' '•• •Helen Graham Honored u-* More than 100: -peb'ple were guests at a shower honoring Helen Graham at the Methodist church, .Thursday evening. A short program was given, which ^•consisted of pianp duets by Shir;ley Lockwood ' and Marlene Dremmel; an original poem giv- w -ing an account of the bride-to- be s romance, and a group of If songs by Joan McWhorter, Shirley Lockwood, Marlene Drem- /tl , mel, Marilyn Ditsworth, and accompanied 'by . Church • ..«. uit.tiiuuiai, vuuHuun ^nulCn school Closed' With a picnic on JUly 18, and presented a program °» Sunday, July 20, at the morning-Worship. There were 54 pupils enrolled of whom 49 received certificates for' regular attendance: ahd completion of class work, TheW. S. C. S. will have a Food and Bake Sale on Wednesday,June 30, beginning at 1:30 p. m at the.credm station. 'On Sat&r- day morning on July 3, beginning ' , Jane Kerth, Ana Baars.' _ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller at^ tended, a Lions club picnic at Titonka, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott were " Swea Citv visitors Thursday evening, where Mrs. Scott attended a shower. ' •' Duane Hinckley is ill with the mumps. Mr.fend Mrs.'G.-, ; W;^Bleich re- T >• u? d l ast Tu , es ' d ay from New j, Richland, Minn., where they had spent -the weekend at the Oscar ' Anderson home. fj itMr ' Jand Mrs - Fridolf. Soderterg ^attended a family reUni'ofl at * v Vi'f Cltv a week ago Sunday , The Fidelis Sunday school ^.rlass had a picnic 'at Call's Park .Wednesday afternoon. The com- t mittee consisted of Mrs. W B ' , w c cl o ck o another .i aW ; -?u C> Sl wil1 have a bake sale at the cream station. '": Ex-Butt Womonls~ Dead, Missouri ...;,. Mrs Cora Stebbihs, . the former 8 of adbng resident county, died Sunday , She been in years u » n a numfaer ° f The body 'will be returned to Burr for final rites and burial. VWh^M™ 1 !, wd ,! ^ e held at the Methodist .church in Burt, tomorrow Wednesday, at 10 a. m. only surviving member of family is her broth. Mrs. Carrie Taylor of Mason p,,vL'f A? mece> and Mrs - He Furst, Algona, a grand niece BURT Attend Fenion Wedding - —--• -—e, Butt relatives friends attended .the wwlding Vn$? r 7, e # * eis J£ and . Jane 't Me- FT 5,*' Fentoh'Triday evening- Mrs. Ed Weiske and fahiily, $?! SS *§?: J 2 mes °" om - M r. and . rnw Ce S ^-' S ' L> 5' ? iebh °«. Mrs.' Cliff Holding and Mrs.' F. 'L Rv- SJ son ' Mff- Elizabeth Patterson, Mrs. Paul Moore, Mrs'. Manly Mary Officer, and Jean . ' Mr - and Mrs. ,, , Mr. and Mrs. G. 1 .- McMullen, Mr. and 'Mrs. H. E Rachut, Mr. -and Mrs. Herman Bussie, Mr. and Mrs. 'R. A. Bleich, SHU In Hospital • Robert Hamilton and Mr. and Mri Charles Merrifield; Algdnd, visited Mrs. C. S. Coffin who is a patient at Park hospital in Mason City Sunday. Mrs. Hamilton, whb had been with her mother since Friday evening, came home with them. Mrs. Coffin was getting along nicely but would have to stay in the hospital this week. ' Mr. and Mrs, Harold Bates went to Dcnnison Friday and brought home Mrs. Bates' mother Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf and daugh* ter Patty, Laton/ Calif., who came for a several weeks visit, Mrs. Mike Arend and Mrs.' Peter Arend, Algona, attended a shower for Agnes Junkermeier at Ledyard last Thursday afternoon. She was to marry 'Paul' Arend "Tuesday morning at the 'Leayard Catholic church." ' • -• .Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coats, Ken- new'ick, Wash., spent last week Wednesday night at the L. H. Riedel home. Mrs. Coats is Mr. Riedel's sister. - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiske arid baby, Richmond, Calif., were expected the first of the week for a month's visit with Mri Weiske's mother Mrs. Ed Weiske and other relatives and with her mother at Rochester, Minn. Hai 1 ^ old is taking a course in forestry at Berkley. : i Dr. arid Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle visited at the home of their sort Dr. Dean Clapsaddle at Cledr Lake Sunday. Mrs. H. R. Chantland and chtt> dren, Bode, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates and baby, Algona, spent Saturday afternoon at the fi. U. fottthrfftn Home. " •»• Mfs.'W. <F, Gildrief .and children, Mason City,-spent sevetat ij -t the first ot last week Wtft .... patents Dr.' ahd' Mrs. Ji <S Clftpiaddle'. • ' . ' Rflth, Esther s and John Hassfe- went to the Lutheran carrtp at Mtlford Sunday 'where they- arte spetodihg "A Week. ' ' ' ' .'The w. J. Ldckwoods spent i Sunday with Ml-fe. • LrfckwoWs father Wm. Hoffman ' at • Eagle Grove. - Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent Sunday With Mrs. Miller's grandmother rft HaveldcK. ,; -. " Mf. and Mrs, R. A. Iliff went to Webster City Saturday t( sperid Father's day at th^ homi 6f their 1 daughter.' Monday m'6rn^ ing 'they moved their trallefr htAise to Swea City where' Mr 1 . Iliff, is Working. ''The Gay Nine Bridge club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs; C. E. Sigsbee. ' JayD. Graham' spent last week in 'Ames attending a school for school custodians. Mr. ahd Mrs. C. C. Smith left Sunday 'for a week's vacatibn at Ga'rrisbn, Minn. He'll Get Along Becqus@ His Is Coming From Cream Station Rhione 160 For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) TIRES— BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE GLIFF HOLDING t—Phone . , an - d M rs - Walter Sorenson and Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mr % s - A - H - Meinzer, Mv-./and . W. B Officer, Mr. Butterfield, yiguests. Dolliver, were . Mr - and Mrs. Nels ' J. Nelson re- T) turned Wednesday after a week's visit at the home of Mrs. Nelson's >v? lst ?i' at Perham . Minn., and at a •'brothers at Dent, Minri «d4i MF T S ; ^ ohn Gifford was taken to VUhe University hospital a week ago Sunday for treatment 'and a • impossible operation. The American" Legion ,|Auxiliary vnin - and will meet Tuesday 8, in the Legion .v- Mrs. Mrs " w " > .- . Weiske, and Mrs. Ben Lampe as hostesses. " ; -. " j Mr ;/ nd Mrs> Mike.Arend, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Junkermeier, and (fl Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended. the wedding of Agnes Unermeier and Paul F 4li*ur eJr an au re "d at If <*»the Ledyard Catholic church' last I). Tuesday morning. - lT " -•'• Mr. and Mrs. Orville Varner and family R 9 ck Island, Hi,, are ' , ' parents, r. and Mrs, D. A. Teeter and other relatives. Thursday, the Teeters, the Varners, the Franz Teeters, and Verne Teeters, Al- #ona, were Spirit Lake visitors, Butterfield, JDolJiyer,' vjs. from Tuesday to Thursday , at the John Scott home. Mr, and Mrs, G. J. F, Vogel &nd Mrs. Paul Moore were Ma- Vson City visitors Friday ' The members of the Lutheran Bible school and teachers 'had a picnic at Call park last Wednesday. i Dr. and Mrs, J, G, Clapsadd.le were Mason City visitors Tbuis* (Jay. ' - . N. T. qJOb e'e)ebrsted . . , . rs. Wallace Officer Jr., Mr. anrf-Mrs, Axel Anderson, Leslie Gfaha'rrt, James Woltz, Marilyn Ditsworth and Mr> and. Mrs. Kenneth Hant- merstrom ! .who acted as best'mah and one of the bride's maids the Rev. and Mrs/F. Reith, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald, and Mr and Mrs. Odey 1 Cherland, ' Californians Visit Mr, and Mrs. Joe Callap and two children, San Francisco, Calif., arrived'Monday for a visit at the Glee Bullock hornet Mrs, Callap is Mr. Bullock's sister. The Bullocks ar^d N their guests went to Winterset Wednesday to attend a Bullock family reunion. Bake Sale Dated One group ol the Mefhotyst W. S. C; S. will hold a bake' sale at the cream station Wednesday afternoon/ June 30 beginning -at 1:30 p. m, ' ' l ,- '• Where Courteous Service and Quality Cort-ie first. Burt, lovya * 3Tff «"»f s i ' Mrs. CaiTie Larson, Mr. 1 - and Mrs. Glee Bullock and son -Roger, Mrs.. Clifford Waltman, Mr, 'and Mcs, Ed TDittmer and ' Mr". ' and Mrs.' Arie Dittmer attended a Djttmer family reunion at'Ireton ' : ' ; Suhda'y, Trucks ond Tracton ft* Mr. For Wedding arTd, Mr^.Roy Ollpm* took Ollora's sister Mrs. Max . . Srn,ith and her daughter to their borne -aVEWora Saturday. They, had been here for the wedding of Feed The Felco Way Felco <hick Mash Peat Utter 1 Pi -) v ^.'fi\ l.^ -&$ about BLOWOUTS and " ^ *•"[/ >' ••«'-" * M^ , Jo«« ' Orie Large Deluxe Care-Free Water Softener Register all this week, June 29 thi-ouigh July |, at our big Mobile Unit, in Algona, Baitcrofy |jton- !<a, Wesley or fturt. *•*-''•.; •.•'',- .•.> - .•"'"'•' ; Note: A 40,000 grain Care-Free Wafer S will be given away to the person whose name is 1 • *,*• • • ' • '• ' ... -. - • t..f;,.-a </:,>; •-jwj -, : drawn Sqtifrdqy at 9:30 p. m. at Titpnka. in qnd register now! Farm IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION within 10 days * ' •:-'• . "' i-l -vVf.-- li The finest equipment, materials and workmanship will give you a new post-war Water system within 10-days from your order dd.te. And because you buy all the equipment from us we are able to give you a special price. We can save you $200.00 or more. OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED. A Care-Free Water System is easy to own ... see us ! or eom]Jlete "details. Following is a list of our products and services. ' ' ' !, * - I, Trenching and Copper Tubing 2 ^^^ ^^^ tf • •;•"-'•.*" • mm GSSUf 6 9^Sf 6ITI Nationally advertised Jet or Shallow Well Pumps 3. A CARE-FREE V^t f r |f|t fne r E-j.^ with <a R^fectly seafed pressurized brine tank. (H|g| cqpcity removes all iron and minerds.) ft MA( Wd'fc&f' H6A*tCkf 5 ^ g a 'l? n electric, double-element heaters, **^ fl**- • BTJlSClTCCr to give ypy trouble-free hot water always. e Do Everything When we drive away from your farm, you'll,be enjoying running water. All the 100% soft. . . clear ... hot water you want. All at the twist of a wrist. We've got all the equipment... we do all the Work. Our work is guaranteed. Come on down and see this modern equipment. -Do it soon . . . tonight! And brinq the family. " "' ' '• i i i^V ,/•• f SEE THE CARE-FRII FL^G SHIR, At Bancroft, Tuesday, June 29-At Burt, Wednesday, June 30-«At \Vtolev, thypday, July 1-A> Algona Sale; Barn and at ihe Sinclair Station, north of Swift & Co., State St., Algeria, Friday; July 2-At Titonka,'Saturday, July 3. '" ' " Bring uj( cfsaniple of ypur water supply. We completely test it for you free of charge. Further, we will discuss and demon, strate our equipment and show you how it wijl save you time, mone.y apd wor^. >^nd really make life easier, CLIFFORD RINGSDORF TITONKA, IOWA ' * / Bring This Coupon to the Flag Ship . A ciT(|| MILIMASTER CITII! these xrea{ Cities Service, (ire« are (wilt to •*"*" just,,.built to t«U nil kinds of road pun. ishment. louiieriion dipppfteerds,,,rtoyWe breslw »Srip«J»ve strongp^ liiarcas* support, linger wear, Peep, cisw-grip tread "•"-•• Filling in f h|| JERVICS "I »"<"*»'> WKW< *«S-Pt »-»»WW»|» tffHt »B»*»W coibedjictl orticks, jjyeg, gresjfr tr»fHen and liettw e!J- 'WW^ r ,°»4 perfQfW^IJpe,' flaw if* CJ»w« gerviee -8(8tipo (of e*p«£| Mre" wpffeff AM .«?«Hl MW }h e — R- r - b«y, IK »* i" ol •y rinj|n|| wa^| sample obligates you |. S SERVICE iviee Nome „„-_,... •r ir •» -v -t ft fr irvr js TJ ^MHWM»^»T w ?im*~ f . Addr§s,5 -_. rir ; M »•-««. ^^;^^^^il$^j@| „_ ' ^:%-viMa!' ; ;v;;,vifcam'Sa^^a YOU AT THE CARfil sr=-<3 i*-i -'j

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free