The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1954
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Algona Girl Recent Bride The marriage of Gladys Weishaar, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Weishaar of Algona, and Ralph Stalzer, son of Mr and Mrs William Stalzer of Renwick, took place Wednesday morning, April 28 at St.: Cecelia's Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the double-frag ceremony, and Jimmy Heine* and Jimmy Hardgrove acted as acolytes. :Marital organ music was provided by Josie McEvoy who s played the.traditional wedding marches and accompanied the soloist, _Shii'ley Metzger. t The bride wore-a gown of white satin and lace, and carried red roses on st White p'rayei? book and a rosary. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara of rhiriestones and seed 'pearls, and she wore a pearl necklace, gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by her sister, Geraldine. ' ' ^ • Harry Stalzer served as his brother's best man; and ushers were Floyd Weishaar and Earl Stalzer,. Eddie Weishaar, : nephew of the bride, served ' as ring-bearer, and flower-girls were Kathy and Shirley Elbert, nieces of the bridegroom. •' A wedding breakfast was Served to members, of the bridal party at the. home of the bride's parents following the ceremony, and a reception for 80 friends and relatives was held inlthe V. F.'W. hall, with members of the auxiliary serving. A wedding dance was held in the hall that evening. , • : : < The couple left immediately'on their, wedding trip to Chicago- where they will locate ah apartment. Following a few days visit here around May 7, they plan to make their home in Chicago while Mr. Stalzer attends a television, school.—(Brown's ^Studio Photo). : ,^ • ••-'•--' Rebekah lodge members will meet Tuesday, May 11, at 8:00 p.m. Clayton Sorenson visited his brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Roland Gadd at Minneapolis Minn., last week. Mrs Earl C. Cooper gave birth to a baby girl Monday morning about G o'clock at the Algona Ostcopathic Clinic. Mr and Mrs Harry Helmke were visited a few days last week by the former's sister Mrs Bertha Hill of Proctor, Minn. Mr and Mrs Joe Tschelter have had as guests a few days Mr and Mrs Burton LounSbury, parents of Mrs Tschetter of Huron, S. D. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt, Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall and Mi and Mrs Bert Baldwin spent the weekend at the Okobojis at the Baldwin cottage. Mr and Mrs Willard Steffan have moved 'from 1000 North Minnesota st. to their home on Overmeyer Drive which was recently completed. Mr and ' Mrs George Heinen were visited by the former's mother Mrs August Heinen of Osceola who came to attend th" Weishaar-Stalzcr wedding. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer and children went to Mason City last Sunday and were guests of Mrs Ileimer's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Walter Schumpp. Mrs Cleve Barton went to Webb last week Monday and with hei brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs J. R. Cook drove to Nsvoo, 111., to visit relatives. They returned home Thursday. Mrs Lenora Hiltz had as guests Friday her brother and sister-in- law Mr and Mrs Walter DieU-ring of Bancroft. Mrs Hiltz went there Sunday and will spend most 01 the week with relatives. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen were in Dennison .Wednesday and Thursday attending an American Legion convention. Don was elected eighth district com mander of the organization. Mr and Mrs John Carroll were recently visited by the former's pments and sister Mr and Mrs Frank Carroll and Lois of Dei Moines. They had come to sec their first grandchild, Churle* Hutchison Carroll. Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnko, accompanied by Reinhard Lieb ana daughter JuneAdele, were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Behnke home at Lotts Creek, after attending services at LotU Creek Lutheran church. Mrs Don Smith, Jr. is a$ Morcy hospital in Mason City undergoing observation and treatments for a thyroid condition. The Smith's son, Danny, is being cared for by Mrs Smith's mother, Mrs O. A. Jensen, of Dough- crt v Mrs Minnie Hinken who makes her home here with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken has returned from Altedena, Calif., where she haa been since January with her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Walter Storm. Mr and Mrs Forrest Hansen had .as guests a week ago Sunday Mr and Mrs C. T, Schendel of Boone, former residents here and parents of Mrs Hansen. Mrs Minnie Maiern has returned from Minneapolis, where she visited.her daughter Arlene and sons and daughters-in-law Mr and Mrs Hugh Materr; and Mr and Mrs. JVlichael Matern. She was also at St. Cloud, Minn., where she visited her six sisters. Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst were visited over the weekend by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lacey^ and grandson Kirk of Highland Park, 111. They had been at their summer home at Hhinelander, Wis., and after the weekend visit will return to Highland Park. They also were guests of Mrs Olive Herbst. Mr and Mrs D. S. Huichinson went to Thompson last week* Sunday to attend church services there conducted by the former's father Dr. H. E. Hutchinson ol Pierson. Dr.. Hutchinson was pastor at Thompson 56 years ago, He has been retired for some time. He returned here with his son and daughter-in-law to spend the day, Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray returned from Glendale, Calif., where they had spent the wintei. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook who had occupied their house are now in their trailer house and will spend much of ,the summer at the lakes. Mrs Clinton Samson gave a party for Mrs McMurray prior to her leaving for home at which the guests were Mrs Mary Pratt, Mrs Sadie Hopkins and Mrs Louise Mann. Mrs Hopkins went to Long Beach to be with Mrs Pratt during the sickness of her iate husband but plans to return home in a rather short time. En- route home Mr and Mrs McMur- i-ay stopped at Wheeling, Mo., to visit Mr and Mrs Wade former residents here. Ball, Mr and Mrs W. A. foster spent from Saturday till Tuesday at Davenport with Mr and Mrs A. L. Long. r ' Mrs August HSrig and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush spent Fri'day at, Mas6n City with friends and also transacted'some business. Mary' Shore, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore went lc± Des Moine^. Saturday v to attend an .Episcopalian Youth convention. ' Mr -and Mrs Glen Rartey were visited a few days last week by their daughter Mrs Robert Holz- riammer and David of Iowa Falls. Mrs Neal Smith has had major surgery .at the" Lutheran hospital at i'oi't Dodge. She is making good recovery and it is expected ^he will be home this week. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Haubach were visited over the weekend by the latter's . brother-in-law • ana j'ister Mr and Mrs Jack Hahley ind Lavonne. of Nora Springs. . Mrs W. J. Fuller spent a day last week at Fort podge'with her ion and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Bill Fuller while her hus- oand transacted business there, Mr and Mrs PauJ Dettman returned Thursday from Des Moines •vnere they,,had spent several Jays with their son-in-law ana .laughter Mr and Mrs George Kinkki. Mr and Mrs James. Whiite .nore were visited last week b.y ;he former's parents and brothei and sister-in-law Mr and'Mrs O. J. Whittemore of Fort Dodge anc Mr and Mrs O. J. Whittemore Jr., of Boston, Mass. Mr and Mrs A. H. Borchardi, Mr and Mrs Roy Christensen ,and Mr and Mrs Joel, Herbst have returned from the Ozarks where the first two couples had spent a week. Mr and Mrs .Herbst haa been there'•for a longer period of time. i • Mr. and Mrs George Hamilton had asidinner guests last week Sunday the latter's mother Mrs Ed Woratschke of Lafayette, Minn., and brother and sister-in- law Mr #nd -Mrs Valerian Wor- taschke and children Margaret and Steven of New Ulm, Minn. Mrs Vernell Ludwig has received word from her brother 1. H., Joynt of Albert Lea, Minn., that he has been pro/noted t'rorn travel auditor to chief travel auditor'Of the C. M. and St. Paul raiiroad and 'will make his horns in Chicago.. ' Mrs William Kuhn recently returned from Milwaukee, Wis., where she visited her mother and other relatives and at Madison. She was accompanied home by Mr and Mrs Matt Schureck who also visited Mr arid Mrs Harold JergensOn and family. Ed Genrich has returned from California ' where he visited his son.and daughter-in-law Mr ana Mrs "Howard Genrich at Santa Maria. He was also in San Diego and Los Angeles and since ,he and his wife plan to move there next fall, he was looking arounu with business prospects m mind. Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund were.' visited last week by Mrs Hedlund's mother and grandmother Mrs J. W. Dustan and Mrs AnnaiHupe of Des Moines^-who spent a few days here. Other guests later were Mr Hedlund's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Darwin Mitchell of Hampton. Mrs Edna Harr has returned from Livermore after spending a few days with her son-in-iaw and daughter Dr. and Mrs T. D. Rossing. Members of the family were sick with flu and Mrs Harr went to assist in their care. Shortly prior to this she and her son Elmer had visited Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr and family ai Madrid. Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns have sold their house on South Riag- Mf* Bessie Jones is receiving treatment at the; Retreat hospital in Des Mother. She has beefti there a fbrtnlght and is improV;- irig. j • • •' ' ' ' ' f Mr ahd N Mrs V. L, Gunder hid as guests from last week SUii* day till Thursday the latter's bro* ther and sister in law Mr and MrS Christian Fries of Chicago, 111. Charles Potter was brought home Monday from the Roberts Nursing Horns' where he had been" since mid-January. His condition remains ab&ut the 1 same and he is confined to bed. Mrs Potter will have household assistance. Mr and Mrs Mel Griffen spent Sunday at Sioux City with their daughter Kathleen, a student at' Briarcliffe college. Kathleen Is a memb'er of the "Gold Mask" club which presents a play each year and in which she had a part. ' • , ' Mr and Mrs Ksmielh Richards had the former's father and bro-' ther M. O. .and Ralflh Richards, of Lone Rock .as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs M. O. Richards is in Chicago visiting a son and daughter-in-law Mr) and Mrs Guy Richards. Mr and Mrs Edwin Johnson were visited last week by. their -on-in-la'w and daughter iMr and Vtrs Vern Howard of Fort Dodge. Mr Howard has disposed of his business there and has purchased i trailer house in which he and his wife left for California. , Mr end Mrs John Hanselman were visited last week from Sunday till Wednesday by the former's mother Mrs Minnie Hanselman of West Bend. She was guest of Mrs Hanselman 'Jr. at the Trinity Lutheran Mothers and Daughters banquet Tuesday evening. , Mr and Mrs Mel Griffen were visited briefly last week Wednesday by their daughter Kathleen and friends Margaret Mary Kramer of Bancroft, Rosemary Obermeyer of LeMars and Vivian Koch of Sioux-City, all students at Briarcliffe. They had been at Webster City to' attend the election at the meeting of the Future Teachers association. Operetta At Wesley Wesley — An operetta will be presented Friday evening May 7 by pupils of .the public school. ley st. Mingo. to Mrs Lillie Cook of .„...„-. Fon the present Mrs Cook plans t6 rent it. She is a sister of Mrs Charles Potter and has been with her several days during negotiations. The Burns will move May 20 to their house or/ Fair street which they recently purchased from Mrs Reding. . Mrs Howard Slillman received a cablegram Saturday from her mother Mrs Mabel Lee who haa reached Germany. She will spend six weeks there with her son Dr. R. W. Lee and family. Dr. Lee will be well remembered here as he and his family resided here a few years later going to Oklahoma City. Dr. Lee's family lived at Burlington after he went abroad .but joined him a year ago. He will be finished with his overseas service in November. Evelyn Cady was visited Wednesday by her cousin Lt. Jerry Cady of the navy air corps who has been at Pensacola, Fla. He is also a doctor having completed his studies a couple of years ago and had been interning at Minneapolis Minn., prior to his entrance into the service. He ai.a his wife and sons Glenn and Geary have been visiting at tht parental Dr. and Mrs Gerald Cady and Mr and Mrs Glenn Doty homes at Mason City. Lt Cady and family are now enroute to Seattle. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY $ Buck Nites Robt. Mitchum • Undo Darnell in "SECOND CHANCE" Technicolor John Payne Cpleen Gray in "Kansas City Confidential" COMING THURSDAY FOR 3 DAYS James Stewart "Carbine Williams" Ray Milland (ip Technicolor) In The Afternoon" Swea City Has 3 New Teachers For '54-'55 Yfeur Swea City—Supt. Ed 'Stewart reports the faculty for the 19541955 school year has been completed. Only three new teachers were needed for nekt year, ana one of them is for a new position in the second grade. There will be two second grade teachers next year for the first time in this school. ._. i The hew 1 teachers are Ivan Smith of Rolfe for vocational agriculture, Miss Mary ,Elwood of Exira for sixth grade and Mrs Mary Schnittger of Dolliver for the new seqond grade. Mr Smith has taught agriculture at Lake View for the past five years. Miss Elwood taught the out going year at Lakota, and Mrs Schnittger has been at Ringsted. Mrs Randall Webb has been hired to replace Mrs R. F. Snyder. She will 'teach reading classes for half-days to third, fourth ahd fifth graders. The remaining faculty mem bers returning are Supt E. ' E. Stewart; .Randall Webb, principal; Fred Hayen, coach and math.; Murray Elmore, instru? mental music; Erlinfe Rasmussen, social science and coach; Bryce Johnson, shop and world history; Robert Jacobson, English, driver training and girl's P. T.; Mildred Johnson, home economics and commercial; Phyllis Johnson, vo cal and grade music and 12th grade English. Grace Sharpne- sade, 8 grade; Melba Kittleson, 7 grade; Mary Lee Cole, 5 gr^de; Audrey LooK, 4 grade; Virginia Quam, 3 grade; Marlene Dremmel 2 grade; Edith Swanson-and Patricia Mino, 1 grade; Wanda Olsen, kindergarten, and Donald Budlong, G. I. on Farm Training. The Swea City school will officially close Wednesday, May 26, with baccalaureate services for seniors, on May 23. Graduation exercises will be Monday even 1 ing, May 24. Wednesday, May 7, the annual "Round-up" of next year's kindergarten pupils will be conducted, at 9:30 a.m. at the school build- STARTS SUNDAY! MGMs'GlVE A GIRL A BREAK- MARGE and GOWER CHAMPION DEBBIE REYNOLDS KEEFE *" JEFFREY GAYNOR-BRASSELLE- HUNTER TCCMMICOEOW - 3 DAYS! Mark Stevens Dorothy Malone "TORPEDO ALLEY" Jeff Chandler Maureen O'Hara "WAR ARROW" in* Technicolor TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOUBLE ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS PROGRAM! Starring Audrey Hepburn, Best Actress of the year, in "ROMAN HOLIDAY," and William Holden, best actor of the year, in the comedy riot, "STALAG 17" GREGORY PECK The man of every girl's dreams 1 AUDREY HEPBURN In her enchanting star debut! EDDIE ALBERT WILLIAM WYLEB McLELLAN HUNTER Stalagl? WILLIAM HOLDER DON TAYLOR-OTTO PREMIN6EI PiKlmd u4 DiiicM by 6IUY WIUKI Wnttn la in Km >r ' 6IU» WIIOU lad EOWIH BU* *4 PU> tjf DomU iMt fng. The PTA round-up committee, Mrs Raymond Johnson, Mrs Mancil Hurlburt and Mrs Lowell Roberts will be there to assist Dr, R. F. Snyder, C. C. Anderson and Joyce Hayden (Algona) county health nurse, to check the physical condition and teeth. Girl Scout of Swea City, Troop 2 have reorganized for the new troop year. Patrol leaders are She'ila ' Osgood and Laurnino Tuesday, May 4, 1954 Algo/ia (la.) Upper Def Moellering. Members of the .troop committee 'are Mrs Fred Moellering, Mrs Monford Peterson and Mrs Stevens. Troop members include Ma.xine Clark, Jo Ann Johnson, Judy Johnson, Karen Madsen, Lauraine Moellering, Florence Mogensen, Sheila Osgood, Judy Schueler, Janet Walker, Darlene Youngquist. At the regular meeting Tues- da*.v plans were made for the annual Cookie sale, May 15. Club Activities A kickoff breakfast is being planned for women of the Algona Country Club, Wednesday morning, May 5, and a men's stag party is planned for this Thursday evening. FRO A Rich Now Handbag From Fowlers large collection ... choose a rich white or pastel leather bag for her... a trim envelope type or a practical carryall. 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