The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 4
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l-Afgorta (la.) Upptf Oat Melnw thwrtdey, May 2, A L -i O U 1 ( /'• U P P If P Coady-Thornton Nuptials •' Elizabeth Ro.<plla Coady. daughter of Mr find Mrs J.-iine* A Condy of Buri. and Donald E Thornton, son of Mr and Mr* Merle Thorntnn of Zearmg. were married during a double rnic ceremony in St. John's Cat!v>li^ church at Bancroft Wednesday April 24. al 9 a.m. Rev. Jo?opu firhultcs officiated at the nuptia high mas.<. The bride was attired in ;• white net over satin skirt, lact bodice with high collar which tapered to long pointed sleeves, an illusion net veil and a crown of pearls. She wore a pearl necklace, which was a gift of thr bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of red roses and tiny white flowers. Mrs James Coady, Jr., sister- in-law of the bride, was matron of honor, Darlene Lynch of Fort Dodge was bridesmaid. Richard Varnum, Zearing, was best man, Melbourne Haag, Ledy&rd. was groomsman, and James Coady Jr., Burt, and George Robinson. Zearing, served as ushers. Music was furnished by Sister Mary Salone, organist, and the school choir. A wedding reception for v 125 guests was held at the Johnson House in Algona. Gertrude Kah- ier was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Johnson cut the cake, and Mrs Katherine Robinson poured. The new Mrs Thornton attended St. John's Academy at Bancroft and Mercedian hospital at Marshalltown. She has been employed as a nurse in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. After a two-week trip through the southern states, the newlyweds will make their home at Zearing where the bridegroom farms. Weds At Austin Theresa Mae Weydert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Weydert of Adams, Minn., formerly of here, became the bride o! William E. Crosby, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Crosby of Austin, Minn, in a ceremony performed in Sacred Heart Catholic church at Austin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, April 27. Mrs Virginia Klatt, sister of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor, Trudy and Carol Weydert, sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids, Kari "Klatt was flower girl and Tommy Klatt was ringbearer. Best man was Leonard Weydert, Jr., brother of the bride, groomsmen were Ronald Cambern and Richard Rockne and usherettes were Jeanette and Nancy- Weydert. A dinner and receptfon jvas attended by 150 guests. The new Mrs Crosby is a graduate of Adams high school and is .employed in the public health nurse's office at Austin, while the bridegroom went to Austin high and junior college and is employed by the Hormel Co. at Austin. The couple will reside at Austin. Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Wednesday evening, May 8, at 8 o'clock at the Moose hall. To Wed June 9 Happy Bitlhdar Club The "Happy Birthday" club met Friday afternoon at Humboldt with Mrs Walter Kiamp Members are Mrs Ed Blumei. Mrs Emma Dehnert, Mrs Lawrence Gi!h\-ph\ Mrs Charles Livingston. Mrs C. H. McQuiston, Mrs H. S Montgomery, Mrs Fielding Perry, Mrs Howard Platt, Mrs Otto Schmidt. Mrs J. P. Smith and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its regular meeting Tuesday, with Bev Zender as party no.'toss, 'ihe spring formal and dance set for Saturday evening at the K.C. Hall w8a planned. The next regular meeting will be held Monday evening, May 13, at the home of Veu. Bradley at Burt. Ninth Birthday Mrs R. L. Schoning gave a party Saturday arU-rnoon in honor of the ninth birthday of hti uaughler Nancy. Guests were Arlis Ackerman, Linda Coopei, Gayle Fitx.patrick, Cheryl Kalahar, Jean Malueg, Linda Meel- naus, Linda Sparks and, the honoree's sister, bonnie. Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Dorothy, above, to Bruce Hill, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Hill of Buffalo Center. Wedding will take place on June 9th. Sorority Meeting Engagement Shower Mrs William Carney" gave n miscellaneous shower Tuesday afternoon honoring her granddaughter, Phyllis Faith whose engagement and approaching marriage to John Eller Jr., has been announced. The nuptials will take place Monday morning, May 6, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. A reception will be held in the Moose hall following the ceremony and a wedding dance will be held that evening in the V.F.W. hall. Guests at the shower were'Mrs Guy Raney, Mrs John Olson ani Mrs Oscar Olson of Livermore, Mrs W. A. Ladendorff, Mrs Lyle Black, Ida Peterson, Mrs Newton Hieter, Mrs Wilbur Holdren, Mrs A. M. Anderson, Mrs John Briggs, Mrs Ezra Blanchard, Mrs Elizabeth Herr, Mrs William Muckey, Mrs Charles Hanson, Mrs John Eller, Sr., Mrs Melvin Christensen, Mrs Robert Carney and Mrs John McGuire. Burt Man's Bride In a ceremony held recently, Wanda Imogene Neuman, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. B. Neuman, pictured above, became the bride of Laurence H. Strobel, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Stroebel of Burt. Delores Strobel of Burt was maid of honor. The ceremony took place at Lincoln, Neb. at Calvary Lutheran church. Laurence is in service. Bit & Spur Trail Ride Thirty members of the Algona Bit £ Spur club enjoyed a trail ride Sunday afternoon. Monday evening, April 29, a business and social meeting was held at the Moose hall. Jerry McVay was elected drill master for the Junior drill team. Lunch was served later in the evening. Plan Otfosen $ • Flower Show May 23 Ottosen — Members of the Ladies Rural Club held a plant exchange at their regular meeting Thursday evening. Mrs Hollis Cooper was hostess at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper This, group will hold a joint Mothers Day Meeting with the Progressive Club. The tenativr date is Thursday evening, May 2 Mrs Mike Coyle gave the lesson and Mrs Roy Telford had charge of the recreation. The next regular meeting foif this group will be May 23 with Mrs Sam Kropf, Mrs Art Lovig. Mrs Anne Leist, Mrs Mike Frohling, Mrs Hollis Cooper and Mrs Earl Long hostesses. The Spring Flower Show will be held at this meeting. Lutheran Aid Meets Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs Roy Enockson and Mrs Knut Oppodahl hostesses. Mrs Oliver Kinseth had charge of the meeting. Mrs Olvin Haug had charge of the Scripture. Mrs Loran Daniel gave the lesson. Reports of the convention held at Clarion were given by Mrs Charles E-llingson and Mrr. Percy Watnem. The Mothers Day meeting wilHbe held May 8. The last half of the members win have charge of the refreshments and dining room and the program committee is Mrs Donak't Usher and Mrs Roy Enockson. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry and Mrs Ted Underberg attended Confirmation at the Rutland Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday morning. Randy Olson a nephew of the ladies, was r member of the class. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family visited. Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos. Friday evening they were visitors at the Olvin Haug home. Mrs Clyde Gingerich and children of. West Bend were Friday evening callers at the Allan the NEW Telephone Number Of The Upper Dei Molnet CY-press 4-3535 108.45 Acre Kossuth County Farm and 7 Rm. House in Algona The farm is described as the Nft, NWVH'95'30 (Whittemore Township). houst is located on IM 5, Block S6 of the original plot of Algona, For further information or for inspection of the properties, eentict t&e Court Appointed Referee; I'M L. W. NITCHALS . ATTORNEY-AT-UAW Wehrspann home. Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Magnus Bratlano. home were Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Dakota City Mr and Mrs Richard Chrisliansor and Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Vickie of Humboldt,. Mr and Mrs Fred Benjamin 6} Bradgate were Friday evening visitors at the Earl Olson home Mr and Mrs L. O. Short of Spencer were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the Earl Long home. The Longs' grandson. Bruce Bratland of Bode, also was a Sunday visitor there. Mr and Mrs George Besch oi West Bend and Mr and Mrs Sam Thorsland of Bode were Friday evening visitors at the Vincem Salz home. Sunday afternoon the Vincent Salz family visited al the George Kjar home at West Bend. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Tefford home were Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford and family. Several from this community attended the pot luck farewell dinner honoring Rev. and Mrs E. E. Greene at the Peace Lutheran Church at West Bersd Sunday. Those attending the dinner were Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann, Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann, Mrs Mino Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford and family, and Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnel. Mr and Mrs Paul Watnem and daughter Paula Jean of Belmond were weekend visitors at the parental Percy Watnem home. Mr and Mrs Irl Bell and Jackie and Sheryl of Pierson were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Allan Watnem home. Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem visited at the Howard Thompson home. Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Usher home were Mr and Mrs Arthur Winther and Cecelia Jensen of Osage and Joe Madsen of Livermore. Supper guests at the Silas Banwart home Easter Sunday included Mr and Mrs Alvin Banwart. Karol, Kathy and Kay and Mr and Mrs Richard Schmidt and Rodney all of Whittemore and Bernece, Archie and Caroline Banwart all of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and girls of Dexter, Minn., Mr and Mrs Rolland Fevold of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Donald Copper and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper. •*•• Theodore Evanson and Thora of Algeria and Mrs Oscar Ellingson of Buffalo Center were Wednesday . afternoon visitors at the Ivan Evanson home. Mr and Mrs Reed Seaman of West Bend visited there Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs John Mullins and Mr and Mrs Leonard Mullins of Corwith were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Merle Holt home. Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Olvin Hang home. Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirl; spent the weekend visiting theii sons-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kroeger and family at Laurens and Mr and Mrs Gerald Iverson and familj of Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Peter Ehotksor and Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan and Anthony Oppedahl spent Sunday at Keister, Minn where they visited the Hans Han sen home. Enroute home thej stopped at Forest City and visited Mrs Jacobson's daughter Wanda at Waldorf College there Mrs Helen Rasmussen has returned home after spending the winter in California and New Mexico. Mr and Mrs Silas Banwart have received word from their son James, who is with the U.S. Navy that he is now on his way to Japan. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Albert Thorsen attendee 1 the Presbytery meeting at Boone Thursday. . Plans are being formulated for The Salvation Army Tag Day foi Saturday, May 4, in charge of Mrs J. W. Van Buskirk, who will havo several youngsters make a house to house canvass. The funds will be distributed by the loca 1 committee headed by Mrs M. W Van Buskirk, Merle E. Holt and Mrs Albert Thorsen. Mr and Mrs Merle E. Holt returned home Saturday evening from Fort Worth, Texas where they attended a convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain also attended the Texas convention and are on an extended trip through the South. Swea & Eagle _ By Mrs Emjl^ Larson ^ Andrew Larson returned Saturday from Community Hospital, Fairmont, where he had undergone surgery the previous Monday. Mr and Mrs Glen Crossley and family of Ames recently visited at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson. Mrs William Thompson underwent surgery las,t week Thursday at Northwestern hospital, Minneapolis and is reported doing nicely. Mr Thompson and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson visited her Friday. Mr Thompson, Mr and Mrs George K. Nelson and Mi and Mrs Oscar Linde visited her •Sunday. "* Mr and Mrs John A. Erickson and Lt. and Mrs John Erickson and daughter Julie of Camp Hood, Texas, and Mrs Lowell Larson and children were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Emil Larson home. Wm. Poole of Des Moine? visited friends in Swea City Money! Worry! Trouble! When You Buy A Cor a From Ernie Williams PONTIAC - CADILLAC ONLY ERNIE WILLIAMS V !!•» I PONTIAC - CADILLAC Can Offer You All These Advantages When You Purchase A Car New or Used ( Every automobile has been thoroughly inspected and tested and necessary repairs and adjustments have been made by factory trained mechanics. You can't buy trouble when you buy a used car from ERNIE WJU4AMS PONTIAC-CADILLAC, 2 When you purchase a used car from ERNIE WJL. LIAMS, if trouble occurs all repair bills will be paid as described in your warranty certificate. 3 Your warranty coverage includes both parts and labor required to restore your car to Us original condition. When you buy a car from Ernie Williams that carries the National Warranty Seat you are assured that you will pay nothing for auto repairs for the next full year any- wherel You pay nothing! Repairs will be made at any garage- of your choice, anywhere in the United States, and payment is made direct to thai garage by NATIONAL. Whether you drive $.000 miles or 50,000 miles, your NATIONAL, Warranty pralteli you. And no ipwial maintenance requirement* are necessary — ' only normal Ivjjterteftlwn, , Don't sjtltf fo? an ordinary warranty ~- demand iht uniaus and positive pjoiectien of a "Warranty by NATlQN&y" No other warranty provides equal protection — equal freedom from risk, And you're protect* ad anywhere in the United. ERNIE WILLIAMS lo.wg STRICTLY BUSINESS hotne of his parents, Mr and Mrs Howard Picht, Shell Rock. Mr and Mrs Hans Peterson and children were weekend visitors with relatives in Kansas City. ''Mr. Argyle f We have a few little surprises itt ^ store for you!" Thursday until Monday. HP Sunday afternoon at the home of here, the Joe Prestons and !»Vm. Thompsons. Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson entertained at dinner Sunday noon, relatives, Mrs Bessie Peterson, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson and Mrs Hazel Nelson, St. Lewis Park, Minn, and friends, Mrs H Vaut and Mrs John Verbruggc. Sr. Mr and Mrs Dick Lanning of Fort Dodge visited Saturday and Sunday at homes of Mr and Mrs Wm. Gies and Mr and Mrs Glen Olson. Mr and Mrs Orland Peterson and children of Bancroft called gun on a basement, where a new his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson. On the Elmer Jorgenson's farm west of Swea City work has began on a basement, where a new one story house will be built tnis summer. Mr and Mrs Lenis Peterson and sons, Regie and Ronnie, Lynda Pulver, and Mrs Jacob Peterson were Friday night supper guests at Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen. Attending the Northern Association Baptist Youth Fellowship, Renwick, Sunday were the young folk from local church: Lucille Montgomery, Betty and Maxine Clark, Diane Mino, Sheryle and Beverly Mino, Jerry Kluger and Fred Link. Mr and Mrs Elmer Berg and children of Emmons, Minn., Mr and Mrs Lester ps,born and family enjoyed a visit and wienie roast at'Virgil Jensen's Sunday night. Mrs John Larson returned home Friday after a two weeks visit 'at the home of her daughters and their families, Mr and Mrs Bill Klusondorf, and Mr and Mrs Art Nelson, Peoria, 111. Mr and Mrs Raymond Picht and family visited Sunday to the Jensen Infant Dies, Bancroft Bancroft — Burial was in St. John's Cemetery Thursday afternoon for 2chvard Joseph Jensen, 8-day-old son of Mr and Mrs Palt mer Jensen, who passed away Wednesday evening at St. Ann hospital. Rev. J. H. Schultes officiated. Besides his parents he leaves one brother, Terry, two sisters, Gale Ann, Patty, his grandmoch- er, Mrs Henry Lampe and Mr and Mrs Jensen, Ringsted, the other grandparents. t ^ In FORT DODGE Stage Play Hawkey* Community Theatre presents Heaven Can Wait A rollicking comedy In three acts. Cast of 18. ST. EDMOND AUDITORIUM No. 22nd and 5th Ave. No. 2 Nights Only .I ' MAT Thur. 2 &FH. MAT 3 8:00 P.M. .Curtain at 8:00 P.M. Tickets at the Door Price $1.25 CY 4*4481 May 13 / 1957 in Algona Legal description of houses to be sold: 1. The South 53'/ 2 feet of ihe West 10 rods of Lot Two (2) of Lot One (1) of Auditor's Plat of the East Three Quarters of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 11, Township 95 North, Range 29 West of the 5th P. M. Address of above described house: 417 South Wooster Street, Algona, Iowa. 2.-Lot Two (2) in Block One (1) in Call's Park Addition to Algona, Iowa. ,. , , Address of above described house: 620 North Minnesota Street, Algona, Iowa. NOTE: Property No. 1 will be sold at 9:00 A. M. on May 13 and Property No. 2 will be sold at 11;00 on May 13. The place of sale of property No. 1 will be at 417 South Wooster Street, Algona, Iowa. The place of sale property No. 2 will be at 620 North Minnesota, Algona, Iowa. The terms of sale 'of each house will be $1,000 down and the balance in 30 days. The sellers agree to furnish an abstract of title showing merchantable title in the sellers and a good and sufficient warranty deed within 30 days of the date of sale and possession will be delivered to the purchasers within 30 days of the date of the sale. HOUSE NO. 1 — ON WOOSTER STREET J SALE AT 9:00 A.M. MAY 13 Two bedrooms; dining room; kitchen; bath; full basement partitioned into three roums; oil furnace, two 500-gal. oil barrels; natural gas to house, insulated; electric water heater; near school; blacktop street; garden spot. May be inspected Thyj-sday before sale. HOUSE NO, 2 — ON MINNESOTA STREET SALE AT 11:09 A.M. MAY 13 Blacktop road, both streets (house on corner); good foundation and roof/, living room; dining room; .kitchen; two bed' rooms upstairs; full bath upstairs; hardwood floors downstairs; oil furnace, 250-gal. fuel tank; hot water heater, small electric; natural gas in house; partial basement; closet with each bedroom; cloak closet downstairs; extra large lot; large garden spot; insulated. May be inspected Thursday before sale, William Turner Estate Executors; Jessie 0. Held and Ervin B, Turner Pale Yttttgfbej-g, Auctioneer

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