The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1957
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»-Alg«ia (la.) Vppt, Velma Groen Bride Sunday, Bur! Wedding Burl — Sunday nfternoon. Fcb 24, at UK; Methodist church in Kurt. Miss- Volnui .Turn- Omen daughter of M r ;in <i Mrs Hartr Gropri of Hurl. became the In icle of Orvillo Lee Dixon. son of Mr t:nd Mrs Orvillt- Dixnn of nan- croft. The double riny ceremony was performed by the Rev. K Sampk. David Miller. Algona, a classmate of the bridp. sang the Lord's Prayer and the Wedding Prayer, accompanied on the organ' bv Sheril Snlith. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street length dress of white sheer and net and carried a bouquet of red roses. Miss Patricia Ellen Groen was her sister's maid of honor. Her dress was of blue sneer and net and she carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Duane Gross, close friend of the groom was Ins attendant and ushers were ?, brother of the bride, Arthur Groen and William Dixon, brother to the groom. The bride is a graduate of the Burt Community School and has been employed in the Snack Shop here. The groom is a graduate of Swea City high school and will report for military dutv "March 11. Some 70 relatives and friends attended the reception held in the church at the conclusion of the wedding ceremony. Mrs Wilbur D.oege, sister of the bridf served the wedding cake while Mrs Jack Gettman, another sister, had charge of the guest book. Assisting with serving were Delores Ackerman, Aria Gifford Daiiene Gifford, Roseann Gif- ford, Delores Strobel and Marie Welp. LaDora Peter assisted with the gifts. Sunday afternoon guests at the Harm Groen home following the wedding were Mrs Jennie Welp, Mr and Mrs Harvey Work and children of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Richard Groen and children, Mr and Mrs John Groen and children of Algona and Mi "•"•^^^^^^^"^^^^^•M^MBMB^MBBHlMBBi KALB A North Central Iowa Favorite and Mrs Ray Devine and children, and Mr and Mrs WObui Doege and son. Shower Honors Some 80 relatives and friends attended a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church Fridaj evening honoring Velma Groen A program was given. Barbarr. Dremmel and Karen Lavrenz sang two numbers, Barbara Parsons also sang with Miss Eaars as accompanist. A skit was also given. The gifts were opened and lunch was served by these hostesses: Murial Ackerrnan, Doretta Abbas, Beula Batt, Minerva Curtis, Lavina Divine, Pearl Dutton, Gladys Doege, Betty Gettman, Darlene Gifford, Hilda Gross, Georgia Holding, Ruby Hinckley, Lillian Lavrenz, Velma Lavrenz, Ada McFarland, Gertie Moore, Betty Miller, Vivian Peter and Viola Becker. They presented the guest of honor with an electric toaster. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel received word last week from Rev. and Mrs Eugene Krug announcing the arrival, by adoption, of a son Chris Curl., burn December 23, 1956. The Rev. Krug is a nephew of Mr Riedel, nncl well known in ihe community having occupied tht; pulpit at St. John's Lutheran Church when visiting here. He is at present pastor of the Lutheran church in Miami, Florida Chris Carl is the first child. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Wayne Keith Wen business visitors in DCS Moine .<"-ently. The Mi.chelis return^. by way of Iowa Fails where the> visited Mr Mitchell's mother. Mrs Cora Stow and Mrs Lottit- Isenberger attended last rites a 1 Dolliver last week for a cousin, Oliver Stow. The Burt Conservation Glut held a meeting Tuesday evening .Ij.rch 5, at the headquarter ouilding on Main street. Mrs Elmer Kienitz of Misscrur, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Leonard Daniels and Mr Daniels and with her sister and brother-in-law, the Clif- lord Holdings. Mrs Cora Stow and Mrs Lottit Isenberger were recent guests a . . c .:i. Gr.i.iliecison home in Swea City in honor of the Godf fredsons' daughter, Rita's birth day. Mr and Mrs Merle Schwietefl had guests recently in honor ol their daughter Shirley's birthday. Attending were Mr ark' Mrs Clarence Mechlcr and M, find Mrs Douglas Mechler of Ti tonka and Mr and Mrs Erwih Schwictert. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel speni the weekend with the Geraltt Riedels in Cedar ' Rapids. Mr Riedel has been transferred it Dubuque so will move from Cedai Rapids soon. Fidelis Class held the February Party with Lurena Soderberg with Mabel Campney, "assisting hostess. The Quarterly Conference wa held at the Methodist Church ir< Burt Monday evening March 4th A covered dish lunch was servet Greenwood Boys 4-H several years ago, and after retiring from .the farm, he was again married to Mrs Addie Johnson of Elrnore. who survives. Mr OverfJeld was a member of the Swea City Baptist church, and was an official in the church for many years. About three years ago, he presented the chufch with an electric organ, as a memorial. Surviving are his wife, and four children; Nellis of Elmore: Nobel of Scarville; Flo, Mrs Car) Isenberg of East Chain; and tern, Mrs Raymond Johnson of Swea City. Burial was in the Swea ^City-Harrison cemetery. u°ff ihanA4 ? Kossuth county 4-H clubs being feted , -H Day in Algona, will be the Greenwood Boys 4-H Dictured above Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, is club leader; David Kollasch, president, and Bill Vaske, vice-president. The club will have its display at the Gamble Store here. A full list of club mem- ' Gus Overfield Rites Feb. 27 At Swea City Swea Cily — Funeral services for Gus Overfield, in his late 70s, were held Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 1:30 at the Curtis Funerai Home, and at 2:00 p.m. at the Swea City Baptist church. Mr Overfield passed away Sun. : day night at 10:30 at the Com j : munity hospital at Fairmont] Death was caused by a conorarjj Greenwood Girls 4-H Mr and Mrs Warren DeWald returned home Friday from Rochester, with their son Gary, aged five. After examination arid consulation, his trouble was diagnosed as water in the inner ear and adenoids. The adenoids were removed there and young Gary is convalescing at home. Mrs Frank Waid of Charles City was here last week, helping her father, Wm. Barger, get mov* cd to his new home in Swea City, Mr Barger last fall purchased the Charles Blair acreage on the ^outhside of Swea City. WANT AD9 tftttta RfiSULTS SSL tit Ui FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTION i Out skilled pharmadtis will accurately compound the pteicfipllon lhai mean* so much id your well being. Pefsohallted service, PHONE 2S2 * THUENTE PHARMACY The Greenwood Girls 4-H club will be anoiher of the many Kossuth County 4-H organizations being honored in Algona Saturday, with their special display appearing at the J: C. Penney Co. rtore. The club Is pictured above. Leader is Mrs Albert C. Kollasch, Bancroft, Karen Wilhelmi, president, Rachel Menke, vice-president A complete list of the Greenwood Girls club appears on another page rf this Upper Des Momes issue. (Photo courtesy of the Bancroft 2 Palo Alto County Farms - thrombosis, suffered just a week before. Altho Mr Overfield had lived at Elmore of late he had lived for many ylears in the Swea City area where he engaged in farming. The first Mrs Overfield passed MISSIONARY CONFERENCE t March 10-17 Nightly 8 p.m. Except Saturday Sundays Include 11 a.m. Service REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH Elm and Wooster Robert Vaughn Evelyn Kness Ivan Lee Guy King Jack Weltey Beatrice Fedelleck Dr. Walter Newman Sun., Mar. 10 Man., Mar. 11 Tues., Mar. 12 Wed., Mar. 13 Thur., Mar. 14 Fri., Mar. 15 Sun., Mar. 17 Algona Fr. Eq. Africa Dom. Republic Japan Home Missions Venezuela Germany Martinique r j^x®y&®s&ff^^ The 160 Acre farm is well improved? the 80 acres is partially improved. Also sale of all farm equipment. Sale to "be held at the farm located 1 mile east and '/i.mile south of Mallard, Iowa, on MONDAY, SALE STARTS AT 12:30 LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 35 HEAD LIVESTOCK, MACHINERY, HAY, ETC. T , HOL STEINS — Consisting of 10 Holsiein Cows coming fresh, 5 Little Holstein Calves. NASCAR'S TOP AWARD GOES TO PONTIAC! Undisputed Grand National Champ Over AH Stock Cars Regardless of Size-Power-Price! all T.B. and Bangs tested. 5 Yearling Heifers; MACHINERY ^l...«A J 1- a A M *1 -^ -- - — — ^ ^ ,, T ^, ^ , ,. , -^ .__„ - -,-™»-., ^f. —r-^f *«.«*•*« »WWW AMWTU* -V9C7V4JW.U Ui CIM j U U *tt II. rUDDGr II elevator and hoist; 3 flare box wagons on rubber; 8 x 14 implement trailer; IHC endgate seeder; Case 15 foot disc- 2 30» P £ W ^* M '«** ™th b »N* j« hog waterers; Steel rfog troughs; 275 gallon gas barrel *' * P ° UUry equi P men " ^ SI H C Cream Seperator; Many other Si ems *onueous * iUo 160 ACRES Legally described as the N E M of Section 3D, Elling. ton twp,, 94 N, Range 32 W, Palp Alto County, Iowa, Improvements consist of a modern 7 room bouse. Now quooset type barn. New quonset tyoe machine shed, Hog house. 2400 feu, corn crib, Chicken House, New well with water piped to all buildings, This farm is all tillable except for dredge. The soil is in mod state of cultivation and is mostly Webster and Clarion, About 45 acres fall plowing done to go with sale of farm. This fwm is located I mile east and M south of Mallard, Jowa and will be sold following the sale of personal pro. rty, , < i t*.»i<h<w o~20% down day of sale* balance when deed ani days%f sS Wf * P *** w ' l *» ^ be RITCHIE fc AHHGU> 80 ACRES An unimproved 80 acre farm, legally described as the «o ?,,°V h , e 'U? *'* °* SeCt 13/ Rush Lak * *wp. 94 N, Range 32 W, Palo Alto county. Iowa. On this 80 is an 8 x 32 copn crib and 1200 bushel granary. Farm is all tillable except for a small gravel pit. r »A hU 80 J 8 l f£ atedJl3 < 4 ,, in . Ue8 P or ' h of Mallard, la., along highway No. 17, and will be sold at this location following sale of the 160 acre farm. * About $0 aciles fall plowing done, to go with sale of farm. TERMS?—20% down day of sale, balance when deed and abstract ere delivered. Possession will be given immedia- 15 FEEDER PIGS Surge Milker with 15 cow pipeline 300 BALES ALFAIFA HAY """ SASH, on all personal farm equipment, no property to be removed until settled for. responsible i» case of accidents at this sale, NASCAR trophy- plus the Harlev j Earl ^| ftttS? J en !?r! er * There is only one Grand National-and there can be only one winner! The best America has to offer are entered in this event—known for years as the "granddaddy" of all stock car racing. It's the supreme test of handling, ruggedness, safety, power and over-all perfonnance-and Pontiac took them all hands down and broke a track record to boot I So meet the new champ—a strictly production model Pontiac Chieftain with a 317 h.p. Strato- Streak V-8 and introducing new Tri-Power Carbu- retion, optional at extra cost on any Pontiac model. It's America's newest power advance—and Pon» tiac's alone at a price BO low I See your Pontiao dealer and learn how you can drive a Pontiac— America's Number One Road Car-at prices starting below 30 models of the low-price three! MQflWS WILEY, Uurene, Iowa, clerk ••V YOUH AUTHORIlgO PQNTIA9

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