The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1948
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Upper De» tuelday/ July 13, Kennsth Voight M/ecfs , §erteea— 'A wedding of interest to Senecans was performed at the Lutheran church at Dollivcr, Wedrtosday evening, June 30 nt B o'clock, when Eunice, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Isdor of poll Ivor and Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. VoiRt were united in marriage. The double ring] ceremony was read by the Rev. Mr. Patterson of Ritigsled. Sanders home. Mary Patterson Who has been The' bride's attendant was her sister, Irene. The groom's attendant was Kenneth Berg of Estherville, a close friend of the groom. Immediately following the ceremony an informal reception was hcty at t'.ie home of the bride's parents for the bridal party and attendants. The young couple left immediately following the reception Yankton, S. Dak., where thc-y will spr-nd a \V ri ek's honeymoon at the. home of the bride's sister, who lives there. Following their honeymoon the newlyweds will be at home to their man 1 / friends at the C. C. Voight farm, where the groom operates the farm in partnership with his father. Birthday C. O. Honors Builey w;is pleasantly surprised on his birthday, which was Wednesday, June lit), when his family staged a party for him with . relatives as guests. Present for the occasion were Mr. iinrl Mrs. C. F. Wagenor and Marian, Mr. and Mrs.'Weber Yager, nnd Mrs. Ida Yager, all of V- ivtori, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Feye and Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill ami son. Mrs. Merrill was the assistant hostess. The- party also honored Marl in Wegener, who has the same; birthday anniversary. The group on joyed a picnic supper on 1he Bailey lawn. , employed at St. Joseph, Mo., arrived home recently for a few days vacation at the home of her parents, the O. R. Pattersons, Suridav dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen were Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Moein, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoein and baby, and Mr. and Mrs.~Fred Petersen, also Miss Lucille Struecker and Lloyd Nelson. Wayne Nyman drove to Ames Sunday, where he attended the Lutheran Student association meeting held at the L. S. A. house on the Ames campus. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen and family were Sunday evening guests at the Harold Nielsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and Lyle Osborn drove to Stanley, Wis., to attend funeral services Wednesday for an uncle, George iSisson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton I took their aunt, Mrs. Hattie Turmer, who has been visiting here I the past week, to Charles City, I Sunday, where she was to be met ibv her son Osborne. While there they visited at the Neal Osborn i home. Lvie Osborn. who has j been unable to work for the past few weeks due to a fall from a itree in which he sustained a 'broken arm, returned home with them. Alvin Olson left recently for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he expects to spend a couple of weeks receiving medical treatment. Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilchrist of St. Joseph, Mo., is visiting with his grandparents, the O. R. Pattersons. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sanders and Roger a7id Mr. and Mrs Dovle Sanders attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Sandeis at ;...•- 1 o Grove, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Got'lliob Kracht drove to Hampton Sunday morn- ins; to be present at the wi-dding lif Mrs. Kracht's niece. Dolores Mussigman find Delberl Black, both of Hampton. The ICraehts returned home Monday'. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oercles and son and Mr. and Mrs. Philip I.ool't, Catherine and Chas.. were Sunday dinner guests at the Win. Ex- Algonian Sick At Iowa City Ledyard—Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard. Mrs. C. R. Mason, Pomona, Calif., and Mrs. J. A. Zwoifel. Corwith, visited C. R. Mason at the university hospital at Iowa City last week Sunday, and Mrs. Mason remained at Iowa City a week. They i'ound Mr. Mason improved. He was once an Alfionn rural mail carrier. FUNERAL HOME "WHERE REVERENCE AND DIGNITV ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day orNighl Phone 11 Algona. Iowa A New f mm Power Leader 'Here's the power leader of Oliver's new, modern tractor •fleet. It's the husky 3-4 plow "88" with a 6-cylinder engine land six forward speeds to provide you with a practical work- 'ing pace for every farm operation. * The "88" is an ideal unit for concentrated farming . • • for all the heavy "rush" jobs season after season, To suit your fuel situation, Oliver offers three great engines: (1) for gasoline, (2) for tractor fuels, (3) diesel . , . designed specifically for a farm tractor and available later. Look at these new features: direct drive power take-off, Oil Miser transmission case, floating oil pump screen inlet, 20-gallon fuel tank, battery ignition and automatic spark advance, basic interchangeability of Oliver's full line of centrally mounted and rear suspended tools and a choice of interchangeable cast iron or stamped steeL wheels with^ all other new Row Crop models. ^^ . ^ r Let us give you the details on all the valuable farm-utility features found on Oliver's new farm-engineered tractor fleet, built in Row Crop, Standard, Row Crop wuh Adjustable Front Axle or Single Front Wheel models. Bradley Bros. Algona, Iowa 16 Swea^ity Families on Worth •16 {jeofile from this vievhliy are among the visitors to Northern Minnesota, and more will be added to the list as July days approach. Those either away, or just returned, are: the Lynn Pulver family, Itasca state park; the Wm. Christchscns, at Isle, on Mille Lacs; the Leonard Applc- quists and Roy Peters at Island lake; the Floyd Treats at Sylvan Lake; Alfred Anderson and Marlyn Hardts to the Canadian border; Clayton Roalsons to the Brain- era area; the A. H. Schulers and Martin Behls to -Whitefish; the Ed. Petersons to Sylvan lake; the Arthur Petersons and Arthur Pehrsons to New London; the Rudy : Hardts, Gordon Corwins and Oliver Blomsters to unannounced destinations in the fishing country. Liens Family Picnic The Lien family held a reunion on Sunday, June 27 at the Arnold McFarland home. Plans to make the reunion an annual event were formulated. The group had not been together for 15 years previous to this. Attending were families from Ledyard, Fenton, Webster City and Bancroft. New Switch Track A Rock Island section crew of 10 men have started'work on the new switch track which is being laid from the present switchyards to the site of the new Farmers' Co-operative elevator upon w.hich work is to commence shortly. The section tool house has been moved just north of the Springer property and grading machinery is at work preparing roadbed for about 500 feet of siding, which will extend from west of road K to approximately the city limits. The Younglove Construction company of Sioux City has begun hauling supplies here from Ledyard; where they are putting the finishing touches on an elevator, to the site of th(i new Farmers' Cooperative elevator upon which work is to commence shortly. Guests at the Lawrence Greenfield home this week are Mr. and Mrs. Marion Phillips of Nevada and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Han- sacker of Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seylar of Los Angeles arrived Wednes-i day for visit at the parental Fred Seylar home. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and son George of Chicago, arrived Thursday for a hbliday visit at the parental Ed. Fosgrcn home. George will remain for the summer. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Schreckengost of Arcadia, Calif., and Dr. Schreckengost's son Edmund and wife visited the Ralph Walkers/ Martin Dahls and James Montgo-; mcrys on Wednesday. ; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Charlson returned Friday to their home in Woodh'ni,"llIi'nbTs < a'fter-"a*yisit : -with here. Mrs. Emily Peterson and her grandson, Kenneth Peterson, -will leave on July 10 for a three weeks trip to New York City, where Mrs. Peterson will visit a brother who islhe Mrs. Petersoft twtt yeSf s an interval of 42 ygafs 'Mffftg ll which the two had Hot teen\ another. Mr. and Mi's. Oscar" 1 crsott, Keritteth's tififenta,' \ drive to Tama With the eldef JL, 0 . Peterson and Keftheth, 'aftd'ithe group will visit briefly Ih "the home of their daughter fittd 'Sister, Eleanors, before Mrs> Pettlf'- son and her grandson board the streamliner. . V ( ' The firemen's dance' atf Interlaken park on June 29 Is reported to have been well attended, and upwards of $250 Was realized for the benefit of ,the''fire company funds. The dance is an annual affair, and proceeds are-Used to purchase equipment for the volunteer firemen. Johnny, son of Mr. and • Mrs. Fred Butlerfield of DolliVer, accompanied the George 'Butter- fields, jr., home from the ; Baptist Sunday school picnic which was held at Okamanpedan park 'tiear Dolliver on Tuesday. He will spend the week with his grandparents and uncle here. Janet Cuthbertson of Rolfe was a guest in the home of her Uncle, Gilbert Corcles last week. . Her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. M, Cuthbertson, came for her on Si|irtday. Gail Ann, daughter|'<$f ; .Mu. and Mrs. Gail Johnson, 'sp'fetit last week at the home of, her friend, Cheryl Torine, in Swefli township, Arvin, son of Mrs.' Marie' pits- worth, is Convalescing f^oni' -an appendectomy performed; ..last week at a Fairmont ilriispitai', v .\.\\r,\i, i-'i.vA.vt. Kehoo] IHslrlel of ...„,.„_ mil, Township of Alfttfr.aij County of Kossnil. fin- I IIP sfe'nVf. er.dlnK . I line iio, 111 IS. \\'P lioj'Pbi' certify lliMl IT.p report i'cimprl^Ji>Ms I'HKPS* 1 Mini :! Is con-pel us reqitlfea-sby Sec. 27!l.:!i« and ;i7!).:j.-), CodcA >o'£ : ' Iowa, Ullii. Copy filed with ilitS-'Otnliity Siil>p|-li.leiii!-pnt nnd I'ontod or l'iiV>- llslu-d os rei|»Innl hy Law, on July i:i, I!HS. O. W. STILT-MAN, I'residotil. l.KOUA K. ST. JOHN.' Secretary. It en'! l>l s—<;i-iu-rn I On llnnil l.usl Iteport. . 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