The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1957
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!'•« V £'' • ,1 i' • • '*' f " * c a-A»i*fMl flu.) Upptf OM Melftti Thwrtdoy, March 14, 1957 • "••" ' ••• • *-f--o/jmt „.., ., Y*~ f .-,. ..? ,_ , ... Irene Elbert Br/c/e, Afor. 5 /n Whittemore Ceremony «— In a wedding *;hich joined two of Whittemdre'S prominent families, Irene Elbert became the bride of Bernard McDonnell, Tuesday morning, Mar. 5, at 9 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic church. Miss Elbert i* the daughter of Mf and Mrs C. W. Elbert and Mr McDonnell is the son of Mrs Mae McDonnell of Whittemore. The dignified single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Veit and witnessed by a large company of relatives and friends of the popular couple. Sister Mary Dominica presided at the organ and played the nuptial wedding music and accompanied Miss Carol Kollasch, who sang. Dennis Farrell and Le\vis Elbert were mass servers. The altar was beautifully decorated with White gladiolis and white snapdragons. The wedding guests could not picture a lovelier bride in her gown of white nylon tulle and imported Chantilly lace over satin, fashioned with a peplum of lace over a sweeping bouffant skirt. Her sleeves were long, ending in a point at the wrists. The neckline was high and circular. She wore a fingertip veil with a half hat shaped crown of nylon tulle and matching chantilly lace, adorned with sequins and seeded pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses. Her father gave her in marriage, and she was attended by her sister, Mildred as bridesmaid. Garnet McDonnell attended his brother as best man. Ushers were Jerome Elbert and John McDonnell, nephews of the couple. Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the Plantation dining room to 75 guests and a reception followed for 100 guests at 2:00 p.m. Mrs Roman Thill was in charge of the guest book and Esther Hilbert was in charge of the gifts. Both Mr and Mrs McDonnell attended the Presentation Academy from which they graduated. The bride made her home with her parents and Mr McDonnell is a veteran of World War II, and Jince his discharge from the service has been farming with his brother on his mother's farm.' On their return from their trip >o parts unknown they' will live on a farm northeast of Whitte- more. Those from out of town who were guests at the wedding and reception were Mr and Mrs Envin Turner and sons of Ames, Mr and Mrs Mcrvyn Dannewitz and family of Belmond, Mr and Mrs Eugene Elbert and family of Fairfax, Minn, Betty Dannewitz, of Fort Dodge, Mrs Peter HiJbcrt end daughter, Matt Hilbert and Peter Besch of Algona, John Krllner and Mr and Mrs Roman Thill of Corwith; Matt Kellner of Livermore; Mildred Elbert of Spencer; Mr and Mrs Al Thies* sen of Everly; Mr and Mrs Gu? Beminghaus of West Bend: and Mrs Sarah Weisbrod of Fenton. Baptisms For 2 St. Joe Babies St. Joe •— Joyce and Edward Reding were sponsors for a nephew, Charles James Reding, son of Mr and Mrs Delmer Reding in St. Cecelia's Church in Algona on Sunday. Charles Joseph was born in St. Ann hospital in Algona. Feb. 26. Donald'Eugene Thill; infant son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul born on Feb. 25 in St. Ann hospital in Algona was baptized in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Barbara Thul and Robert Kayser wefe spon^ sors. Mr and Mrs Virgil r Deardorf and family of Royal were Sunday visitors with Mrs Deardorf's mother, Mrs Ida Becker and sons. Mr and Mrs Frank Droessler of Bancroft were Sunday visitors here in the Arthur lllg home. Sharon Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding, spent the weekend with her sister, Mr and Mrs Gerald Kirsch and son, near Wesley. Jim Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, was to return home on Monday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where he was a medical patient from last Tuesday. Francis Bormann, son' of Mi; and Mrs John Bormsmc, student at Loras College, Dubuqut, spent the weekend here with home -folks. Mrs Richard Thul's father, George Foth of Livermore underwent emergency operation in St. Joseph's Mercy hofpttal ifi Fort Dodge on Saturday afternoon. Mrs Ted Wagner's lather, George Lenettz of Livermore, was rushed to St. Joseph Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Sunday afternoon for medical aid. Mother Ruth Mary and Sister M. Virginia were weekend visitors here with the St. Joseph's Sisters. Mother Ruth Mary is Mother General of the Sisters of St. Francis, Mount St. Francis in Dubuque. Joyce Reding returned to the Telephone Co. in Humboldt on Tuesday after spending the past three months in Algona Telephone Exchange Extra help was needed in Algona prior to the move to their new building. Shirley Wagner from here and Marilyn Ferry of H'umboldt returned on Sunday evening from their trip to Tucson, Ariz., where they spent a week vising friends. Amanda Berte and Carol Wagner, student nurses in St. Joseph Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge spent the weekend with home folks. . Virginia Bormann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, student nurse in St. Joseph's at Dubuque spent the weekend with home folks. Ledyard Region Burns Mortgage On March 26 Ledyard—Matzener-Estle Unit No. 675, of the American Legion Auxiliary met March 5. The Legion will hold a mortgage - burning celebration on Tuesday evening, March 26th, and the Auxiliary will prepare the lunch. Chairman of the lunch committee is Mrs Carlyle Engelby; other committee members are Mrs George MacKinnon and Mrs William Bauman. A thank you note was read from Mrs Tim Doocy. Mrs MacKinnon conducted a Blue Book Quiz. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs John Jorgenson and Mrs Marvin Lloyd. Breaks Wrist In Fall Mrs William Knoner fell in her home on Wednesday afternoon while she was- preparing cakes for the E. and R. Guild which she was to have served on Thursday. She broke her right wrist and was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital where she remained over night, for ex-rays and treatment. Birthday Courtesy Mrs Rose Moulton entertained i 's Appreciation Day TITONKA-SAT., MAR. 16 Nothing To Buy - The Treats Are On Us Free Coffee & Cookies AN Day Saturday Arrange to attend our showing of films at Our hatchery in Titonka at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon. These special films will show the new trends of the entire poultry industry. Films by Mr H. O. Nelson. FARMERS & THEIR WIVES* Sure To Register For The Prizes To Be Given Away FreeThis DayQnly! 1. 2 Sunbam Super Automa tic Electric Frypans % 35 West-Line No, 702 Wh ite Leghorn Pullets 3. 3 ] /2 Lbs, Aurovjm Poultry Builder 4. 1 James way Hanging Feeder 5, 100 Lbs. Hamilton's Chick Starter 6, 4 Wire-plastic covered egg baskets Free Colored Chicks & Balloons For The Kiddles! Flfit-Hond Information given by Mr Bill Wells on the new WetMine Chicks. 1957 CHICK PRICE [per $29,90 4 At Left, Unsexed . $13,90 . 29,90 West4ine No, 702 . 29,90 Strain-Cross Pullets 44,00 - 29,90 Above, Unsexed : 21,00 Special Discount of $2 per 100 pullets OFF on all chicks ordered Mart 16 for delivery any time during season. I FREE COCKERELS Wl TH ALL PULLET ORDERS HAMILTON HATCHERY TITONKA, IOWA White teghorn Pullets .. Pullets ,^ Hamp.-leghorn Pullets „ Pullets ,.w following guests at a dinner on Wednesday eveniflf fof her daughter Alice?* Wrttilay; Mrs*«ferry Warner, Mr ind Mrs Ed Rcrr. Mr and Mrs lactt Lynch, Mrs Lena Waffiet atwi Mr and Mrs (ferry WafrtSr of Bancroft. Woman's Guild Met The E. and R. Wofndfl's Gtilld met Thursday afternoon, witrj Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier and Mrs Wm. Knoner as hostesses. Recently (he Guild organized the following Circles and elected the following officers: Circle-J Bible Study group with Mrs OfrVillq Brandt as Chairman and Mrs Orvillc Runksmeier as vice chltf* man and secretary and treasurer. Circle II — The Cookiftg Circle ••— with' Mrs Ervift KUn-ksiek as chairman ,Mrs John KfaftiirS" moier, vice chairnryan (Bttd MfS John Darnell as secretary and treasurer. Circle III, Sewing Gir* cle .with Mrs Merman Goetz Jr, as chairman and Mrs Art Kra- mersrneier as vice chairman atid Secretary and treasurer. Circte VI, Evening Circle, with Mffl Victor Vriesen as chairman, Mrs Arlowe Blome as vice chairman and Mrs M. Kell as secretary and treasurer. The Neighborhood Birthday club met Tuesday .evening at the home of Mrs Rose Moulton, celebrating the birthdays of Mrs Moulton, Mrs Chester Johnson and Mrs Henry Frey. John Kramersmeier was able to come home on Thursday from the St. Joseph Hospital in Mankato having undergone major surgery there last week. Joe McDonald and E r v i h Kramersmeier left Wednesday for a trip to Florida. They plan to visit at the James Reynold home in College Park, Georgia on their ,way. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer went to St. Joseph, Mo. on Friday where they visited at tho ftofrie of Mrs Wiemer's aunt, Mrs Ella McKnight and they also went to Excelsior Springs, Mo. Hvhete they hid been called bf the death of Mts Wisher's tthcle, Frank Baird. D. A. Carpenter, who has been ill, was taken, to the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea on Sunday for treatment. '< Mrs ft, C. Nehotte and daughter Susan of Minneapolis spent Saturday visiting at the J. F. Sullivan, home. Peggy Mayer of Des Moines spent the. weekend at the parental D. B. Mayer home. Mr and Mrs George Thomp- gon spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Thompson's brother, the "E. H. Masons at Charles City. On Saturday they c'alled at St. Ann hospital in Algona on Mrs Thompson's aunt, Mrs F. I. Chap-, man, who fell and broke her hip Recently. ; During the W.S.C.S. meeting the following were appointed on the nOmifiating committee: Mrs fe. A. Carpenter, chairman, Mrs Dale Canfield, Mrs Ray Wentworth and Mrs Cecil Pingel. Election of officers will be at the getter*! meeting in April. Mrs Albert Looft and Mrs Martha Hagge were hostesses for the last meeting. The G.O.F. Club met on Mon* day afternoon at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson honoring the birthday of Mrs Edward liooft. The Girls Basketball teams and Cheerleaders and their coach N orris Hities and Mrs Hines left on Friday for Des Moines Where they attended the State basketball tournament. ( They went down in a school bus with Mr Ed Knoner driving. They returned on Sunday afternoon. On Saturday Supt. and Mrs Willadsen and daughter Sandra, Mrs E. A. Carpenter and daughter Ann and Mrs John OrvTck and daughter Marsha went to ffcflwood Falls, Minn, where the threU gtriS !es»k part in the Minnesota Music Telchers Association Cbntist. The three girls frorn*ere ale |nlptfs of Mri C. faultist of Pilot Qrove who teacftes fnafto at the Ledyard School on fhursday an d Friday of tach week. HOSPITAL . 21 — Mrs Charles Heider- scheidt, Ottosen, surgery; Mrs Albert Meyer, Whittemore, surgery. Fafc. 22 *. Debbie K. Tobey, LuVerne, medical; Mrs Donala Coleman, Algofta, girl, 9; William H. Foth, Bancroft, T A A{ Mrs GregOfy Augustine, Bancroft, accident; Gregory Augustine, Bancroft, accident. Feb. 23 —• Mrs Bruce Holding, Algdfia, boy, 7. Feb. Slh-Mrs E. J. tnui. Bode, boy> 9-3&; Mrs Harriet M. Rice, Algona, surgery; Mrs Roland Kollasch, Bancroft, boy, 8-7; Mrs C. L. Elmore, Algona, boy, 7-13. Feb. 26 — Mrs Delmer Reding, Irvington, boy, 10-7. Feb. 26 — Martin Briley, Lone Rock, medical; Dorfha L. Barber, West Bend, medical; Robert Sowers, LuVerne, medical. Feb. 27 — Thomas L. Root, Wesley, surgery; Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas, LuVerne. medical. Mar. 2 — Mrs K. T. Peirce, Algona, medical. March 3 — Mrs James Steven, Bancroft, girl, 8-2Vfe; Mrs Efflttta Chapman, LuVerne, accident. Mar. 4 — Mrs W. H. Gftfle, Whittemoire, mateMly; Mfs Perry Thompson, Algona, medical; Mrs .Robert Uetrick, Hurt, boy; Baby Arthur Mefferd, Algona, medical. Mar, 5 »- Mrs Richard McOin- nis, Algona, boy, 8-9; Mrs Don* aid Miller, LuVerne, maternity;' Mrs Harold Erpelding, Algonai girl, 6, and girl, 4-15%; Mrs Cletus Zwiefel, Woden, boy, 6-7%. Mar. 6 — Billy Schoby, Algona, T & A; Itff tifrwtence Eftscn, Whtttemofe, b&y, 8-9. M«. t •*- Thdftias 3. Elbert, A- foni, T It A; Mrs Harold Ter teefc, Bfitt, fee?, 6-2%; Nick Wafhef, Algofta, accident; Mry Harlan Sigtbm Algona* ntedical; Mrs Melvin Zumach, Whittemore, girl, 7-3%. Mat. 6 *- Nancy Tnompsoh, LuVerne, T * A; Allefte Thompson, LuVerne, adenoid^ctotrWi Mrs Elizabeth Bormann, HooTe, ttiedical. Mat. d * MfS M. I. Kollasch, Algofta, fHMMA}^lil R. f. Pom, Algona, nledTOal) tfcfftry Shtt* gart, Algona, ittMMiL, M«*« Ifli-- Mrs Roland Ost* wald, Wliittem6 4 re, girl, ^1*4; Baby lutfie ErpelcHng, Algona, boafSiri feaby Julie Srpelding, Algoha; te*f6m '• J ^- MitrU^MfsyW; Br G«de, WhUtemotei *wtfrH» K. R. Pftr- rlsh, ,Alg6ft« mater.fllly. Mat, li «**• Mrs Lyle Pefttdn, LuVerrlS, fU*l* 7-4%; The Painters Have Finished I And they've completely transformed the ReadyMbt Concrete & Lumber Co. building . . , display room, and office .., We're going to have a big "Open Houte" party to celebrate I COMING MARCH 22^— 'OPEN HOUSE 9 at READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. FREE REFRESHMENTS - - - - - FREE FAVORS $500.00 WORTH OF DOOR PRIZES PRICES FO* MAIL 15-16 FINEST SPAGHETTI FINEST KIDNEY-BEK Salad Bowl RESS LB. BOX StarKsst LOIN ROASTS or CHOPS TUN SPECIAL! FOR YOUR HOME FREEZER WHOLE LOINS F'S I'BESIIUSI COOKED SMOKED PICNICS,,. SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON B-Z Par. Strawberry PRESERVES II. S. 6OOD ROUND STEAK GROUND BEEF RED f pNTIAC CARROTS LB. BAG FLOUR -._ TO Lb.Bdg ""' ............. "™" ..... ...... "4-COFFEE GQQGH'8 • CORNBRiAO _— GRAPEFRUIT •ITTED DATES PROMEDARY DATES ,-*,,» 4 4 Pkfli.i].OQ

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