The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1948 · Page 3
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Koppcn-Hildman Nuptials Held At Livermore — Aelred HlldttiaH, •Jotmgest son of Mrs. Sophia -Kidman and the late^George Hildman, was marrjed to filefiftef 'Koppon, daughter of Mr.ySnd Mrs, Joe Koppen of Livermore •in the Sacred Heart church there last Tuesday morning at 9:30 by uov. Duhigg in a double ring cer-> emony, : • ' The bride was attended by Beatrice Hildman, a sister of the groom. The groom's attendant, Was his brother, Leo Hildman. Wallace McArthur, ah uncle of the bride, rind Irwln Hildmart.'a brother of the groom, Were Ushers. ' • A 3-coursc dinner-was served to the bridal party and 50 guests at the home of the'bride's fath^ cr. Following a sHort wedding trip they will start housekeeping near Rodman, where the eroom has been employed. Wesley folks; who attended the wedding were the Urban Ncuroths, Mrs. Reese Martin, the Clare Hildmans, Beatrice, Leo and Irwin Hildman and Bob Goetz. Post-Nuptial Shower Mrs. Reese Martin: and her sis- tor, Beatrice Hildinan, attended a post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Clare 'Hildman at Whittc- mo're, Wednesday evening.; On Trip io Soo City .Mrs. Everett .Barr,, and .two sons are .spending this week at her parental Glen Sargent home at Sioux City. Attended Wedding Mrs. Tillie Loebig and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blain attended the wedding of Jean Putzstuck and Milton Bilyeau at Livermore on Monday morning, June 28, at 9 o'clock. ' ...... .The .young, couple will live,,in Algpna, where he is employed at the Weidenhoff plant. • The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Be.rt Putzstuck, who are nephew and niece of Mrs. Loebig. " Home From Hospital Mrs. .Martin Monson and - baby girl,. Barbara i-Jean, were brought home Wednesday. The infant was born May, 26. at'the Kossuth hospital at Algona. ' • - ••;'.'•• Pool ah Attraction; . \The water in the swimming pool is, greatly enjoyed.- these hot days. Mr. and Mrs. , Chasi Mullin have charge of the bath house and Diana Kleinpeier. Bill Bauer are •. lifeguards. _ _ On Vacation Trip ' Rose Marie Matz, drughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Matz, left Friday morning with her .uncle f.nd .aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oswald L'allier and their son Leo, 'Al- fiona. for a three weeks visit with relatives at Bloomington, Chicago and Peoria, 111'., Rochester, ijndiana, Milwaukee, Wis., 'and Other points. " : C. D. of A-. Activity ' ; The Catholic Missionary society will meet Wednesday after- •jioon, July 7. The C. D. A. will 'not meet till July 21. ' •' The -.Prisoilla' Phoebe' society mei:..at the.*-,,church-^ parlors Wednesday, June 30. Mrs. Carson Simpson and Mrs. Anton Pearson Were hostesses. - ' ' The Dr. H. H. Raney, Wilfred Locbigs, J; M. Kunzs, Jim 'Walk- (}rs, Tom ForbUrgers, Francis Hauptifi'ans and Charles Mullins enoycd a holiday picnic at the Frank Bleich' home,','Sunday, July 4. ...-.',[Mrs. Tom Forburger arid her • lister Mrs. Sylvester Garman returned home from Rochester, Minn., Friday. They had a physical check-Up, Mrs. Forburger will return in a'week. ! Mr. a,nd Mrs. Don Kraus attended the wedding of 'Lavon Sanderson to ^Robert Anders at the Lutheran church at Dolliver Sunday, Juno 27. The women are former schoolmates. ' • Mr. and Mrs. G. L.- Olson took his father, L. P. Olson, to Rochester, Minn,, Thursday, The aged ijian Nvill rfo throUgh the clinic, -, Mr. and Mrs,' Forrest Christensen and three children of Qedar Falls visited at the Lester Larson home Thursday and Friday of last week, . : '..< -': • Mr.' and Mrs, Henry Gesme of Hanlontown visited at.the".L. L. le.aie home one day last \v;eek, •Mf, ahd,M>'s. MoHfirt Stufdl- VAm afid her son Jifrtttiy Adams sf Sim Diego, Calif., Visited did fHtttds Here- last W&ek.-.They also Ibbked Wter thett'laftd interests. •The ydUftg people ef IRS EvaiH gelieal Free church attended an aftntVef'sa'fy baftduet At firm Sal- iWay evening, July ,3 t ftev, 0. M. .Johnson of Milwaukee 1 was guest speaker,- - M •Mr, and Mrs. Russell Lawson of L6s Artgeles, Calif., dame over the weekend for a visit with his father ( Homer Lawson, aftd other relatives. Benny Wagner of Porlland, Ore.. came .recently for a three Week! visit with his parents, the Al Wagners. One week, they will till occupy a cottage '• at Clear Lake.' Al Wagher witt> have a week's vacation from''Ufa drug store work at Keosauqua. Mrs. Byron Calhouh' will teach Vocal-and music and-two) olher subjects in the Cryslal Lake pub- lic'school next year. . >Rose Marie Ehlers of Plymouth a'.niece of, Guy M. Butts, "will teach English and dra.rnalics at the Algbna high school hexl year. She graduated from Cornell college 'last-month. ; Anna Flom, who is attending Luther college ; at Decorah, spent Ihd holiday weekend here at her parertlal Ole K. Flom home, • . • .ji.sv ;J ,; , .Mr., and Mrs. Tedft^orsley spent Thursday night 'at IKe parental Oliver Young 'home. They left Friday morning for Flagstaff, AHz., where .they will live, to seek . relief from asthma, from Which 'Mr. , Worsley and Iheir son Jack suffer. They have sold their'.garage and house -at Clear Lake, where they 'have resided. Mrs..Fred Diekmari of' Algona attended the Dorcas Circle meeting at ; the Dick Grifh'prst's on Wednesday .afternoon. • ;; ! Mr. and- Mrs. Frank Ricke of Boone..and their daughter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jones and .Linda of Davenport-visited Mrs. Ricke's sister, MrsTES.ophia Hildman, who has been,'*in the Kossuth hospital at.'Algbna over five', weeks, having 1 :^received broken bones in a 'car? Occident May 28, in which her .husband, George Hildman, was killed. .Mrs. Ed Ricke, who-had been visiting her folks "at Ogden, and her. sister Delores Baughn returned home with '• the , Frank Rickes. ' ..... I . . Sandra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flom, spent several days last : week with 'her cousin Shirley Eden' at • the'• tatter's parental Fritz Eden home.. Sherry,,> twb and one-half year old. daughter of Mr: and .. Mrs. Bob Munson, maternal., grandmother, Mrs. Eunice Nelson. Mr. and .Mrs. Munson spent the/week fishing in Minnesota: ' ' '. Joan, daughter of MrL.and Mrs. • George Ricke, entertained a ; iu° up , of Pjaymates at 'her home Thursday in observance of her llth birthday. Following an afternoon of, games Mrs. Ricke served»tttnch. Jofch receiveQ many lovfely birthday .gifts. ' . The American- Legion -Auxiliary will meet Thursday"evening July 15. Mrs. Viola Studer>.,and Bfll' took'• the former's granddaughter Gloria Ann Kelch to her parental Julius Kelch home at Superior Wednesday, following' her three weeks visit here. Theytbrought back Judy Kay, the. eight (months old twin daughter of the KeJchs. Her parents came'for her on Friday. '-", ' Mission Worker ^^ ': , i ' • .'' ' '. _' • _ . ' ! i Guest Miss Augusta Swanson,' in the United ^States on an 18-months furlough from a mission ,fi§ld in India, is spending several weeks with Mrs. Esther Skow, northwest of Wesley. Miss Swanson, workin the Scandinavian Aljianc siph'of North America', h, m India 26 years. Thi»» third furlough home. She is sta- Uoped at a post in the Bombay Presidency ab6ut<'3QOXmn* fr6m Bombay.'/ • ' • -.'••:• ...f •;? ,,jr, • ' Her assignment is ; t^gof^o new places, make friends and gain the confidence of natives before missions are established. She does much nifrsing among^thJlnatives for;, they, are a superltifnus people, and:won't go to a? do^or but wiU go ,to a civilian. ••"''' '' Before leaving on her furlough MJSS Swanson helped start a new station.^ The land and materials for a house, was bought with money raised the last time she was home. '••' Simon Webers Get A Surprise At Whittemore NEWSPAPEHS M COVEBAGS OVER 4,000 CIRCULATION \ ElECTRIC I FAH ; |IS; ALL KINDS 1 ALL SIZES The Academy hall was the scene of" a surprise party and dance Sunday night. Tune 27, in honor of Mr. -and Mrs. Simon Weber on their 31st wedding aniversary. In the beginning of their first surprise their 'son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon WeberJ and their daughter arrived in the. afternoon by car from Spokane, Welsh., and they were to take the narents. to a dinner in Algona, but took them to the Academy, where the crowd had congregated. First on the program was ' a mock wedding, performed by William Ludwig as bride; Harold Roth, jjroom; Joe Jones, best man; Simon Weydert, bridesmaid; Marvin Weydert, minister. Following the Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Weber opened their many gifts and cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Francis Chambers took movies and Bud Ferdin and Dennis. Weber took flash photos during the evening. Schumacher Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sherman and family and .Herman Schumacher arrived here Friday afternoon from White, S, D. Herman Schumacher is employed in Sioux Falls. S. Dak. Edwin Schumacher, who is employed in the vicinity of Mason City, with the government on steel grain bins, came home Saturday.' This is' the first time in eight years that the family of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher have been home at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roasch and .daughter Virginia and son Le- land'of Haiburg, Wis., and Mrs. Roger Block of Wausaw, Wis., recently visited a week -at the family, Mr. and MrM.seelr home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ost- \vald, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmitt and son Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Mr. and* Mrs. William Ostwald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald and family of here, Mr. and Mrs. William Madsen/ and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Berninghaus of West Bend, and Mr. .and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann and: family, Fairville. Two 'Broken Backs John Dahlhauser and his son Arnold, former residents here, both broke their backs when they fell from a scaffold when it broke last week Saturday when they were working on a house being build for Arnold in Peoria, m '. %PpW 6 ^'Ya« ,P,l?c?d in a ;, cast, but his father was in a more serious^ condition. John ' 'is a brother of Peter Dahlhauser and Mrs. Mike Thul' of Whittemore. •',''.- j Mrs. John Kramer and sonsi Harold and Lloyd were Sundayi visitors at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Everett Johnson, son-in-law and daughter* of Mrs. Kramer, at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Connors and daughters Kay Francis, aijd Toni of Adair spent the week'end of last week' at the parental home of Martin Duffy Sr. Teresa Duffy took Mrs. Frank Dooley^arid son France's to Churdan last Thursday,- later in" 'the" day Mrs. Dooley taking a train for her home in South 'Gate, Calif. .;-.: , /• ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith left for Albert Lea, Minn.. where they accompanied their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.- and Mrs. Lloyd Walker? on a \yeeks vacation .in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade recently returned from a week's vacation .in northern Minnesota ;'• A daughter was born Sunday, June 27, to Mr; and Mrs. Ben Hejn in BJackwell,. Okla. Mrs. Hein will be remembered as Angelia Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul. Mrs. Thul left for Blackweli and will sptrid several weeks there. A daughter, Connie Mae, was born qt the Kossuth hospital in Algona last week Saturday, June 62, to Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson. They now have two daughters and a son. Boy, 4, Has A Narrow Escape Jimmy Ulfers, '4, didn't know' what hit. him when he was caught op, the left fender of Lesli<? Graham's car last Wedjiesday, Jimmy was fojlowinp an older brother, Billy, to a grocery,. Mr, Graham stopped, highway patrplmen investigated, ir.e little boy was taken to the General hospital, where ^rays show?4"no prQken bones, and he was j'eleias- ed, Hjs .only injury was a small gesh aMhe back Qf his head, . ; 19 County Girls To State Meeting Nineteen £H club ditto 1 , frbitf Kossuth county will ' le&xnS m Wedhfesday morning' f6r Aftte* $ attend* Ihe state conVCfiti'dn' JCliy" 6-9. - - '." ' Miss Alma SfchUltz; Woiftii*' ^0* nomist, and hei 1 - assistant ''Aflftls MdCaft and several Club le will accomiSany the graup. ' Girls eligible to be a club. gate musl be between '14 afid 21 years old, have at least one yefli 1 in club work, and-- be Active 1ft club work Ihe corrtlftg year.,Oele» gates and the clubs they fepre^ sent are: . ,, Catherine Orthel, fiuffald Boosters; Patricia VanSureh, Cresco Chums; Anna Rae >Vei8* brod, Fenton Forwards:, Lois Jean Angle, Grant Go-Getters! Shirley Rengen, GreehwoM Girls; Doris Applegate, Irvington I'B; Gilda Meltz, Lakota LuckleS', Betty Person, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Betty Mullins, LottS Creek Lassies. Dona Gardner, Plum Creek Elite; Marjorie Bleich, Prairie Pals; Kathryn Kirsch, Riverdale Rustlers; Darlene Speth, Seneda Stars; Lucille Hackbarth, Union Alethians; Belty ' Sonne'nbefg, Valley Farmerettes; Betty Ann Tjaden, Wesley Wizards; Verla Barber, Whittemore 'Winners; Marita Duffy, Whiltemore Whiz* zers; Darlene Kohlhaas, Bode, county 4-H president , ; , Lawrence Lester Buried At Woden Lakota — Arl Lester received word early last week; of the tragic death of a nephew, Lawrence of Austin, Minn,,, a, son of George Lester of Woden. • Law-' rence was found at the foot of the basement stairs, and it is thought ha suffered fatal injuries in a fall after tripping , over v a rope. He leaves his widow and two children. He was 35 years old. Funer&l services were held at Woden. , Hail Storm Spots , North Kossuth A flash hail storm came out of a clear sky nv north Kossuth last Tuesday afternoon about 4:00 and seriously damaged corn and bean fields on the farms belonging,to the Swea City Hatchery'and Guy Woods. Lashing wind and hard rain also cauaed damage. Both farms adjoining Swea City on the east and also another hatchery farm across on-Highway 9 and N: E. of Swea City were'the center of the damaged area. MEN'S HORSEHIDE . . . TOUGH WORK SHOES Genuine Goodyear Well OAK BEND LEATHER SOLE , , . Rivited Steel Shank Arch, Feature Ventilated Insole for Coolness! Plain Toe Style! EandEEEWf^n. orejeri, Add 1Q« > r r Daughter Born * To Don Bormans Irvington—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Borman are parents of a daughter, "Mary Catherine", born June 26 at Mercy hospital in Mason City. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bortnan and first granddaughter for Mrs. Marie Frankl, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe arc vacationing this week at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schumacher and son George Alan attended the funordl of a brother of Mrs. Lawrence Lester, Woden, la. Mr. Lester was fatally injured in a fall down his basement Stairs at his home in Austin, Minn. Word from Mr.,and,MrI,.A.'D*, Hoadley states their daughter Hazel Eddy is now returned home from a Siotjx City hospital, where she had been eight weeks with sleeping sickness. She is now well on the road to recovery. New Pastor At Nazarene Church Rev. Ralph Gray is the new minister at the Nazarene church. He moved here last Thursday from Boone and preached,' his first service in Algona Suriday. Rev. Gray is married and- h&s two sons, Ronald 5, and David' 2. He was pastor .of a Nazarene church in Boone before coming here. . • .• .-'•": : • -, ,' -r SUMMER SAVING EVENTS NEW ARRIVALS! Sizes 9-15, 10-20.38-44' 46-52. • Striped Chambravs • Checked and Plaid Ginghams ' . • Floral Poplins • Dainty dot sheers • Dressy or tailored n sf y'« .-"• •"••'- '•' v/» tj* This new group brings you a grand choice at an exceedingly low ?rice. Exact dupli- ' cates of much higher street dresses. You'll wan) several! Clearance of WOMENS arid MISSES Blouses regularly 2.98 to 3.49! 27 2 • Smooth and soft rayon • crepe -• pressy'or tailored styles Blpyses frosted with lace or smoothly tailored in sizes 32 and 38. Another S & L value! first of the Season! Women's, Misses Summer HAT CLEARANCE TERRIFIC BARGAINS! VALUES UP TO $7.95! THREE GROUPS ! TO CHOOSE FROM.,,. ' ( ' ' ' Mr, and M*i, Jefty Gronwall and soft "tommy 6f Ceftterville, S. D., arrived last Wednesday for a visit of several days with Mrs, Hilda Gronwall, Jerry's mother. They planned on going into northern Minnesota this We6k, while on their vacation. Mrs, Gronwall is the former Rosalie Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dutch, Swanson,' who now live in Sioux Falls, but former Algona residents. Men's Swim Trunks Reduced $ NOW 1 Excellent quality all wool swim trunks in sizes 30 to 38. Dark colors. Bays' Part Wool Swim Trunks 77c WOWi A wool suit at this P r 'fP- ^OY,y M qn,c^>«ine in sizes S-M-L.tr , LeWi Wilbert ttuhnke „.._._ . houseWarmifig l&St Thttrl? eningj and alteMlnS ^f and Mts'. Wm. C. DaUj,,',. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, ZuttT and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke', -.~, t , Mrs. Art Rusch, and Mr. aftd 1 Wilmer Wichlendahl value! CHILDREN'S SHOES . . . YOUR CHOICE OF STYLES $3.50 Value! * Straps « * Sandals * Oxfords * Loafers • Hi Shoes Sturdy, longwearing shoes in] sizes 8'/ 2 to 12 and 12'/ 2 to 3.; Brown, black, white, and ted.! Reg. 8.95 now 5,96 Reg. 7.95 now Reg, 6.95 now 4,63 Reg, 5.95 now 3»?7 Reg. 4,99 now 3,32 L* ' Reg, 4.95 now 3,30 Cocoa! Green! Gre! HSBL HBJGHT very first chance fa sgve of «|eqrcjnfa prlwi, "F« wwr now end next *wmmfr» -. ' , SPECIAL Serrii-Annual Clearance of Women^s Shoes DRESS SHOES SPORT SHOES CASUALS . . . Shoes For Now and Early Fall,

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