The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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r r »• Ho.) Upp*r D«* Maine* Thortdoy, Id, AROUND ALGONA Pearl Walker hat concluded a vi«it of several weeks here with IK i p;»rtnts, Mr and Mrs Lester Walker, who celebrated their fcoldrn wedding anniversary recently. Miss Walker is employed in the public information department of Fitzsimmon's Army Hospital. Denver. Master 89!. George Dution, Mrs Dutton, and their children, Doltie and Jack, arrived here Wednesday for a visit of several weeks with their parents, Mr and Mrs John Dutton and Mr and Mrs Will Kowalski. George has completed a tour of duty in Japan and is now stationed in San Francisco. Sunday, the John Buttons and two visitors left on a vacation trip to Cass Lake, Minn. Bob and John, sons of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt of Clear Lake, spent the weekend here with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs James Potter. Mrs Richard Burt was co-hostess. The program was presented by Mrs Merlon Baker and Mrs Duane Riley gave the devotions. Lt. Jerry Anderson spent from Thursday until Sunday here visiting his grandmother, Mrs Rose Anderson, and his aunt, Mrs Lorene Brown. Jerry Bob is in the air force, stationed in Florida and is spending his leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Holman Anderson, now of Clarion. The Daily Vocation Bible School of the Presbyterian church will present their closing program to their parents and other friends Friday at 7:30 pjn. at the church. Mr and Mrs Don Asa and family, Mrs Lorene Brown, Mrs Rose Anderson and Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson and Tom spent Sunday at Clarion where they attended an observance of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Holman Anderson. Mr and Mrs Elmer Cook and Pearl Walker spent a day last week in Minneapolis. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold E. Gust oi Mobile, Alabama are visiting here this week. Mrs Gust is the former Abby Marie Anderson, daughter of Mrs Rose Anderson. They are house guests of Mrs Gust's sister, Mrs Lorene Brown. Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggi are leaving Friday evening by train for Mooseheart, Ind. Mrs Briggs has been honored by being invit ed to enter the College of Regents of the Women of The Moose and will receive her cap and gown in presentation ceremonies there Sunday. Mariners, couple club of the Presbyterian church, will have a breakfast Sunday at 7 a.m. at Call State Park. Children of the members are also invited. Mrs Elizabeth Post was hostess to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs M. C. Thompson entertained several families at a picnic at their home on Sunday Mrs Max Bartholomew was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Don Asa was assisting hostess. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL SPANISH AMERICAN WAR VETERANS BANQUET & DANCE AT ALGONA V.F.W. HALL SAT., JUNE 22 6:00 P.M. TURKEY, DRESSING AND DANCING TO THE MUSIC OF THE RHYTHM CLUB ALL FOR $1.25 Service Officer Howard J. Cloe Will Speak. Get Tickets Now from Any V.F.W or Auxiliary Member. Come and Make This a Record Attendance for All Spanish American War Veterans and Widows Banquets. 24 Mr and Mrs Don Engstrom, their two sons and daughter arrived here Monday from theii* home in Whittier, Calif. They are house guests of Mrs Engstrom's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles, and of Mr and Mrs Bob Lovstad of Burt. They plan to remain in Iowa until June 20. _—(")—— Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher end three children of Fairmont. Minn spent the weekend here at th parental Ted Fishers. •—o— Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson had as their guest on Sunday, their sister-in-law, Mrs Charles Simpson of Nevada. They entertained at dinner at the Johnson House, other guests being Mrs Roberta Miller and sons, Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson and family and Mr and Mrs Robert Simpson and family of Britt. Seneca Girl Weds June 9, AtRengsted • Sineca — The wedding of Dor- othv Pearl Oftedahl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl of Seneca and Bruce D. Hill, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Hill of Buffalo Center, was solemni/ed Sunday Afternoon, June 9, at 3:30 p.m. nt St. Paul's Lutheran church a' Ringsted. Rev. Harlan Blockhu" officiated at the double ring ceremony. Wedding music was played by Mrs Hans Aleckson of Buffalo Center. Lucille Haas of Elmora Minn, preceded the bride to th. altar and sang. The groom's attendants, Dean Risius and Floyd Winter, lighted the .tapers. The bride's attendants were her sisters, Evelyn and Lorraine. The bride was lovely in a floor length gown of imported lace over tulle and satin. The bodice was fashioned with a dropped waist line, pointed in front, Ions tapered sleeves edged in seed pearls. The tulle yoke was edged with lace flowers which were embrodiered with sequin and pearls. The Mandarin Collar was edged in seed pearls and embrodiered with sequins. The skirt was fashioned with three tiers of lace over tulle and slipper satin. Her fingertip veil of French illusion silk was held in place by a small lace cap, decorated with lace flowers, pearls, and sequins. Her corsage was cascade of pink sweetheart roses and tulle ribbon. The groom was attended by Dean Risius as ' best man and Floyd Winter as groomsman. Ushers were Jerry Beaver and Everett Klocko. The bride is a graduate of Seneca High School and Waldorf College at Forest City. The groom ,was graduated from Buffalo Center high school. Shirley Miller Bride June 9 At Ledyard Ledyard—A beautiful wedding was solemnized Sunday, June 0 nt 8 p.m. at the Evangelical nnd Reformed Church in Ledyard uniting Shirley Ann Miller, "daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Sorenson of Lakota and Marl in Runksmeic-r. son of Mr nnd Miv prville Riinksmeier of Ledyard Rev. Victor Viie.^en performed the douNe ring cercmonv. Mrs Orville Brandt played thr traditional wedding march rn.-l ficeompanied Mrs Dc-nn Loi'.o. maid of honor and Foloist. Mr.-Wayne Jorg^nson. soloist and Irvin Brandt, soloist. The bride, given in mnrrir"i ; nv her step-ffitl'«r. v.-n'-n n IT • length g.i'vn of Ch-ntillv I•ml nylon tvillo ov-r ?.Min. 1' had a tiny petev-pnn collnr a!i ; ^he neckline was outlined in scallops. The bvuffant skirt \va: of net ;md the lace panels wen appliqurd on the tulle. The brid•> wore a finger tip veil, with .-, hand mllcd edge, which fell from n bonnet, fashioned of lac 0 nnd tulle pleated and eds!od wi'!< lire. K^qin'ns nnd p>ick p"'irl-- ''•immed the cln'nty 'uv>d 'dre — She ca-ried a whit" <>rrhid w rounded v.-ilh stcplv ri'> H" p,iSi frnrn tho croom \vv? n pr! r of cultured Dear! fvi'Tinrs. Enjoins Town Of Corwith In Tax Suit An order signed by Judge Henry Graven was received in federal court at Fort Dodge Monday temporarily restraining the town of Corwith from charging the Borden Company of Marshalltown, a $20 monthly vocation tax. Hearing on the temporary injunction against the town was set by Judge Graven for July 8. at 10 a.m. The Borden Company, in a petition filed last week, asked that an order be granted re .-•training the town of Corwith from charging the tax. The tax U $20 per month or $5 per day. according to the plaintiff. Also named defendants were Mayor Harold Fntka and the town marshal, Charles Claude. , An ordinance was passed in Corwith la ; -t February author!.;: ing the tax. The Borden finv .^llcses that three other dniry firms, operating in Corwith, do not have to pay the tax. I According to the petition, the Borden firm makes deliveries at Corwith three times each week with retail sales averaging $400 each month. Sunday... Pool Plans All swimmers from the city of Algona, 7 years old or older, must sign up not later than Sunday, June 16, if they are inteersted in swimming instruction classes which will begin the following morning. Other plans at the local pool indicate a possible adult instruction class, a Wednesday night class for married couples and free swimming for children who don't have season tickets Saturday mornings. " "o \t" bridi?<:nv.'d nnd Linda Pinriel wa- jun'T- b"idet>M"'id ,T-v'-'p TVis'- 1 daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Myrn; Rjisch .was flrnvor girl. M-uirin- Pingel was best man. DonnV Lunn was groomsman, and Dal? Brandt u-.-:s junior groomsman Ronald Oldenberg. pon of Mr anr! Mrs Robert Oldonborg, was vinT- bearer and u c hers were Leo Busch and Arden Runk<smr?e.r. A rnrrprion vn-s h»H i n tlv church parlors. Mrs AH P".n'--':. j Tneior and Mrs John Darnell were j dining room lvi<!ip--,se-?. Mrs G"o ! MacKinnon nnd Mrs Row Mever presided at the nunch brjwl, M'-.= Alvin Busch and Mrs John Brandt noured. Mrs Virgil Loucks and Mrs Red Johnson cut the wedding cake and Jenae Brandt registered the guests. The bride graduated from Ledyard high school in 1953 and the groom in 1951. They will make their home in Ledyard. 7 Sheep Killed Wesley — Andrew Reising lost 7 sheep Friday morning when the Milwaukee passenger train struck them. The slieep had broken out of the pasture. Dying intestate means dying without having made a valid will. Burt Gas OK, Bancroft Vote Next Tuesday Residents of Burt voted in favor of a natural gas proposal. 142-28. Monday, paving way for possible gas service by the North Central Public Service Co. A similar vote will be held at Bancroft next Tuesday, June 10. with a 60 percent total in favor necessary as is in the case in all similar votes. The city council at Bancroft voted earlier to hold a special election to allow the citizens to decide whether the gas system will be operated under private ownership or municipal ownership. To date, there has been no opposition to gas at Bancroft. Cost of the elections is paid by the gas company. If approval is shown by the vote. North Central will attempt to get its distribution system extended to both towns through action of the Federal Power Commission. Elaine Stewart is a rich matron of easy virtue who is the cause of a murder in Universal-International's "The Tattered Dress", filmed in CinemaScope with Jeff Chandler, Jeanne Grain, Jack Carson, Gail Russell and Miss Stewart as its stars.' This highly recommended drama plays Sun' day and Monday at the Algona theatre. TITONKA NEWS Mr and Mrs Everett R. Rippentrop announce the engagement of their daughter Colleen K. Rippentrop to Harry E. Wells, Jr. of St. Paul, Minn. Miss Rippentrop graduated from Titonka high school ?.nd Gale Institute and is employed in St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Clarence Heitland of Buffalo Center announce the ..•ngagoinont and approaching marriage of their daughter to Carroll Van Hove, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove of Titonka. David Rippentrop and Larry Boyken have returned to their homes for the summer from Mankato State College. Mrs William Peterson and daughter, Mrs Max Bartholomew and he? two daughters left Tuesday for California where they will spend three weeks visiting Mrs Gary Hoover. Nancy Nelson of Grand Meadow, Minn, was a visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop and family Wednesday through Saturday. Mrs Mary Oesterreicher attended the reception Tuesday Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunkhill went to Ames Sunday afternoon where they visited a little new grandson. The little fellow was born to Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydnes Sunday, June 2, weighing 5 Ibs and named Roger Lee. He was born in the Mary Greeley Hospital at Ames. John Fitch of Faribault. Minn, passed away at a hospital in Rochester Sunday afternoon, June 9 after being ill for a lonn LCOME ill ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. "DOLLAR BILL Good For $1.00 On PURCHASE OF: 5 Bales of Baler Twine er 5 Gallons of Weed Spray Jwit Clip Out And Bring To Our Store On South Phillips Street, Aigona OTH ITES! MIBEER Completely Remodeled! (Formerly Duffy's Tavern On Dodge Street In Algona) &D'S TAVERN afternoon 5n honor of Rev. Francis John Nemmcrs of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Loyal Gingrich and Mr and Mrs Ralph Lindhorst of Algona left Monday for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota and Canada. They will be gone a week. Work began this week on the new D-X station to be erected on the present site. Sgt. Carroll Van Hove, stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., had the liiisfortune to get his hand caught in a gun he was using and smashed two fingers and broke one on his right hand this week. He is getting along fine. Mariann Rippentrop accompan- ied Mr and Mrs John Erickson and small sons, John Jr. and Paul of Minneapolis to Bemldji. Minn, on a fishing and sight seeing trip. Mr and Mrs Raymond Pannkuk of Rippey stopped at the home of Raymond's sisters, Minnie and Alice Pannkuk after trip to Chicago. ' The NEW Telephone Number 01 The Upper Des Maines CY-press 4-3535 BANK BY MAIL! Safe Confidential Accomodating Fili^A^'i'ijpirWi f A ,M- <-,' '" ,.••••! .-••, • "i\;^ ' Algona Member FDIC Iowa With The 'Philco Compact' INSTALL IT YOURSELF IN JUST A FEW MINUTES - And Be C-O-O-L Tonight WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK ! Just Walk in At Algona Refrigeration . . . Pick It Up . . . Take It Home . , . Anyone Can Install It In Just a Few Minutes, Ready To Go I ***** "Compact" is right! ... in the PHILCO COMPACT. It's only 13 inches square on the ends, no unsightly 'hang* over' outside the window. You can mount it flush with inside or outside sill. It COOLS 450 square feet — ideal for h<vne or office. It uses less current, actually, than an electric toaster. It's the most 'compact' one-horsepower air conditioner on the market today — U gives you full capacity cooling and it DOES NOT shut out the windojw light. There's No installation charge — you just do. it yourself in a jiffyl See the PHILCO COMPACT.,here, now. m operation at our place 1 Immediate delivery -— you just pick one up yourself I Banish Hot, Muggy Weather In Your Home or Office ... Get ,a PHILCO COMPACT Going For You Now 3 /4 Ton Philco Compact 249.95 Small Down Payment 2 Yrs. To Pay ALGONA Refrigeration So. Phillips Phone CY 4*2693

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