The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. ALGONA UPPER DES MOlfltS, ALjBONA, Anniversary Celebration— Mi-. ;ind Mrs. Ed Brass, near Ft-nlon, were married 55 years 1lic 23rd of October, and cele- brali'd Ihe occasion Sunday, October 27. Mr. and Mrs. Brass have four living children, Mrs. Thi.H> Ostwald, Whittemore, William, Krvin and Herman of Fen-ton and Clarence, deceased. They have six grandchildren and one j!f-al grandchild. Those helping them celebrate were: Mr. and Mrs. Theo Ost- walil and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Will Brass and Cynthia Ann, Ervin and Herman Iji-ass, Mrs. Kate Bollinger, all of Konton, Mrs. John Meyer, Mrs. Will Meyer, Velma and Lillian and Mrs. Laura Penny of LaUola. Liint-h was served and Ihe chil- dien presented them with six dining room ehairs. Fern Carney Weds— Kern daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kohert A. Carney and Ewald Koch nl Kort Wayne, Ind. were united in marriage Friday after- niion at 4 o'c-loek in the Lutheran ehurch at Haraboo, Wis. A double i ing eercmony was performed. The bride wore a winter white, U-piece dress with brown accDS- :-iii'ics. She also wore ;\ corsage ill red ruses and white chrysan- I heinuins. Mr. and Mrs. George Martin, a sister and brother-in-law of the groom, were their attendants. A wedding reception for 40 guests was held at the Martin home billowing the ceremony. Mrs. Koch is a 1942 graduate iif the Algona high school. She has spent the last four years cm- ployed in Madison, Wis. Mr. Koch served in the army six Mars, and is at present with (leneral Electric in Fort Wayne. Ind. The couple will be at home at '-''7:',7 1'iqua, Fort. Wayne, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Carney and daughter, Mary Frances, attended the wedding from here. Pctcrson-Milno Wedding— In a double ring ceremony Friday. October Hi, Evclynne Elaine Peterson, daughter of Mr, and Airs. William Peterson of Lakota, and Itifhard Clare Milne, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Milne of Du- luili. Minn., were married in the Baptist church at Bancroft by tin- l!ev. John VanKommer. .Mrs. B. L. Burtis, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. .I.unes Milne, brother of the gloom, was best man. Wylma I'eteisdii, sister of the bride, and Margaret Milne, sister of the gi-ijom, were bridesmaids. William and Orlan Peterson, brothers of the bride, also attended them. Kenneth Tapper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tapper of Titonka, was the ringbearer; and Ardi's Tapper, his sister, was flower girl. Miss Laura Wagge of Omaha, \'eb., sang at the wedding, ac- :-ompaniecl by Mrs. Evans Car- :nean. Wylma Peterson sang a .••olo at the reception in the i hurch parlors. Mr. James Milne Busy Bee Club Meets— Union: The Busy Bee club entertained at the Ferguson home ALGONA AUCTION SALE CO. Good Run of Stock at Last Friday's Sale and a Mighty Good Crowd . . . Veal calves were steady. There was a his run of sheep l;i.sl Friday and a. sooil m;u- Uet for them. Good ewes up lo Tc. Tat lambs sold at $21. I at heifers sold at $18.75. There was a Rood market for milk cowy and stock cattle. He with us here next Friday. U'e have a lot of stock cattle on the docket and expert a good local run. Sale start.' 1:00 p. in. sharp. Next Sale Next Friday, Nov. 1 1:00 P. M. Attend Our Sales If You Are Looking for STOCKERS and FEEDERS IJRING IN YOUR LIVESTOCK AND RECEIVE THE HIGH DOLLAR H.E.YUNGEBERG AND SON Auctioneers: GoodcbiW. Vungeberg uud Quinn whistled two selections also. Harold Roba gave a talk at the reception. There were 150 guests at the reception. The bride is a graduate of the Ledyard high school and Northwestern Bible School. She has been a child evangelist. Mr. Milne is an ensign in the navy. The couple will spend a two weeks' wedding, trip at Duluth. Bel Canio Practices— The -Bel Canto club will hold a chorus practice Wednesday afternoon at the public library at 2 o'clock. Honored on Birthday— Mrs. Herman Plathe was honored at a surprise party at her home south of Algona last Friday evening, Oct. 25, on ,hcr GOth birthday. Bingo and cards were played and many beautiful gifts were received by the honoree. A delicious lunch, including a beautifully decorated birthday cake was made and served by Mrs. Ted Hilbcrt and Mrs. Milford Plathc, daughter and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Plathc. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Shanlcy and daughter and Mrs. Mary Shanloy of Wob- ster City Henry Geishecker, Mrs. Anna Geishecker, Mrs. Kalhryn Thilgcs and Walter, the Charles Plathes and Ted Hilbcrt family, Milford Plathes, Frank Hilberts and family , the Alvin Klein family, the John Geisheckcrs, Arthur Plathe and family, John Thuls and Bill Henderson, all of the St. Joe community. Unable to be present were the John Mertz family, West Bend, the Matt Hilberts of Algona and Herman Illg and family of St. Joe. Pledges Coe Society— Donna Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dean, former Algona residents now living at Spirit Lake, was pledged last week to the Coc college chapter of Phi Sigma Iota, national honorary romance language organization. attended. Guessing games were enjoyed with Mary Sarchet and Mary Jean Andrews in charge. Plans for the forthcoming banquet were also discussed and a lunch was served, The next meeting will be with Marie O'Brien at the Frank Bahling home. Guesis at Swea Cily— Uniort: Mrs. Ida Winkie Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkie were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Stoutenberg home in Swea City. Whittemore Girl Engaged— Whiltemore: Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward announce the engagement of their daughter Marilyn to Thomas R, Nefidham of San Francisco, son of Mrs. Alice Ncedham of San Francisco and Mountain View Calif. After attending Lindcnwood college and graduating from Oregon State college, Marilyn interned in Portland for a year, and at present is medical and x- clay technologist at Fowler Clinic, Astoria, Oregon. Mr. Ncedham served as a naval officre following his graduation from San Jose State college and Stanford law school. He is now an attorney in San Francisco. The wedding date has been set for Dec. 22. hostess to eight, wothcii at a bridge-dinntn Mrs. Chet Williams was wlnnef of the high score prize. Mrs. W. P. French Hostess- Mrs. W. P. French entertained at a bridgc-lunchton Wednesday. Eight women enjoyed the courtesy and the high score prize was won by Mrs. Walter Jensen. Friday evening Mrs. French was Bancroft Family A family dinner -was held at the John Schueler's Sr. at Bancroft last Sunday, celebrating the birthdays of Mr, Schuelaf and Donald Casler. The guests Were Messrs and Mesdames Vernon Casler, Edward Hammond, Geo. Schueler Jr., Clarence Mogenson, and John Schueler Jr., SVvea City, and George Schueler, Ban J croft, and their families. Sewing Club HostMS— Mrs. Herb Hedlund entertained her sewing club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Sterling was a guest. Entertains Knitting Club- Mrs. Ernest Godfredson was hostess to her knitting club Wst Tuesday afternoon. Visit at Hood Home—: Frank Bonder of Kansas City joined his wife and daughter Mary Frances at the Gene Hoods, Saturday, and Monday they returned home. Mrs. 'Bonder and Mary Frances have been visiting the Hoods the past two weeks. Mrs. Bonder is a sister of Mrs. Hood. 25th Anniversary — » Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding of West Bend celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary October 13 with a 7:30 dinner for 85 guests given at the La Fiesta .room West Bend. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Reding of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. tfrartk Bonder of City Attorney and Mrs. C. W, flnbr 1 and daughter Kay of Des iMoines, and Mr. artd Mrs. Gene Mood. Honored at Mrs. Paul Hudson was given a birthday party Thursday evert- ing. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torlne, Fred and Doris Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. George Volontine, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson of Burt. and Mrs. Frances Hudson and daughter Sandra. A pot-luck lunch, was served and the honoree was presented with gifts. Asphyxiated Mrs. Joe Hatsuka, of near Spirit Lake, asphyxiated recently by wood smoke from a stove used as a laundry stove. The body was found about two hours later. She was the mother of six children. . IN NEW OFFICE V W$Hutchison Bldg. Over S. & L. $Jore C. A. Momyer & Sons Abstract of Title Algona - - Iowa Lost Everything Veteran Vernon Thompson and wife of Waukon were among the veterans 'families who had been able to fnd a place to live, in a cabin near Waukon. Last week an oil heater caught fire, burned the house and all furniture and belongings of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. OFCOUNfif MECT A meeting of the K&ssuth Court* ty Petroleum industries Committee was held last Wednesday ev* ening in the courtroom in Aigotta, to hear county and state officers of the organization report on •activities of the past year and out- HncMuture plans. , •'. J. i*. Studef of Wesley was elect* ed chairman and Vernon E. Jensen oif Aigona. was named secretary. On the executive committee are C. Benskin. Wesley; S. Martini, Whittemore; R. C. Dremrnel, -Burl; Burt; W. d. Hawley, Sexton; Arthur Collins, Swea City; C. Petersen, Titonka;-and M. H. Vandei' Waal, Paul Lindholm, R. R. Hutzell and W. A. 'Lorenz, of Algona. The organization voiced an objection tp the present trend o£ adding taxes to motor vehicle li- censes ; and . tin gasoline ftdft Soirfce Of i e^feftlte ;t,i'| Kinea »y ffftifi • . When Mini- weeds ttftd trees obstructed his view, John Mftd- ft tedmlrig train bn fi cr6siirif aftd W4a ihst|h n . ¥he .ieaah', tbfejthe erilitft iliS automobile, hUrled It Always rely on this great rub for CHEST lo r«t!ey« coughs—aching muscles RUB ON MUsmoLE CARNIVAL DANCE Wed., Oct. 30 "Ding" Ellis and His Band SPORTSMAN'S BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Sponsored by Whittemore Athletic Club 42-43 VOTE mm. The lindei'sigited r^sideiits of KossutK County, who know Chas, Patterson, feet that hi* experience lind Ability tititaify< him to represent the peoptejof Kosatithm; the State Legislature. ! J. L. MILLER '•'':-;'! Mgr, Burt Coop Elevator \ . ' ' . H,E.RAdMUT : Pres. Burt Savings Batik , CB.CHIPMAN Pres. Bd. Burt Telephone Co. / WAYNE KEITH \ Farmer, Burt J. C. MAWDSLEY Mgr. Irvington Cooperative Co. ANGUS L. COTTON ^ Lone Rock Bank J. A. G. SMITH Vice-pres. First Trust &"Sayings, Fenton JAYBUDLONG Sec'y. Farmers Elevator Co., Titonka R. I. MAWDSLEY Pres. Burt Coop. 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