The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1954 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1954
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r Wehrspanns, W-Bend, To Observe Golden Wedding Oilfisen..— Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann will observe their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sunday May 9. There will be a special church service in their honor at 8:00 p.m. Sunday evening, Ma.y 9 at the Peace Lutheran chUrch at West Bend.' Following the service a 'social gathering will be in the church parlors. No special invitations are being sent. Everyone is invited to- attend. Mr and Mrs Wehrspann .have four sons, Raymond Wehrs- pann at Ottosen on the farm home, Rev. Elmer Wehrspann at Aurelia, Dr. Donald Wehrspann at Joliet, 111., and Rev. Leo Wehrspann at Audubon. At Luiher Banquet Several of the young people from the Luther League attended League Banquet at the Badger Lutheran Church. Barbara Enockson and Priscilla Holt were delegates and Lois Bell and Allan Watnem and Rev. Harold E. Mountain ' also attended., Sunday afternoon and evening those attending were Priscilla Holt, Janice Vinaas, Martha Usher, Ronald Ellingson, Jim Jacobsori. Lois Bell, Allan Watnem and Pastor and Mrs Harold Mountain. Four of the group Janice Vinaas, Allah Watnem, Martha Usher and Jim Jacobson, were on a discussion panel with Hey Mountain leader. Wed At Sheffield Mrs Leona Wheeler and George Warrior were married Saturday, April 3rd at Sheffield, Iowa. Rev W. R. Yard, minister of the First Baptisti church at- Sheffield, a family friend of Mrs Wheeler officiated. Those present were Mr and Mrs Arthur Frieden of West Bend and Mr and Mrs O. E. Wheeler of Minneapolis, Minn. The new Mrs Warrior is the fifth and sixth grade teacher in the Ottosen Consolidated school. This summer the couple will make their home at Iowa Falls and will be back in Ottosen next fall. She has taught at Ottosen seven years. Progressive Club Mrs Laurel Worster was hostess to the Progressive Club at ner home. Twelve members answered roll call with Garden Hints. The group sang Keep The Home Fires Burning. Plans were made f6r the Mothers Day entertainment which will be Thursday evening, May 6th in the Presbyterian cnurch parlors. Committees appointed were: kitchen, Mrs Donald Cooper, Mrs Olat Bruvik, Mrs Oliver Lee, Mrs John Nielsen, Mrs Gordon Jensen, and Mrs Laurel Worster; dining room, Mrs Fred Kampen, Mrs Lester Wehrspann, Mrs Eugene Struthers, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Knut Oppedahl and Mrs Ifi Bell; program, Mrs O. J. Ourth, Mrs H. D. Bensbn, Mrs Ralph' Richards, Mrs .Harold_ Mountain, and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk. Mrs Lester Wehrspann gave the lesson—More Energy After 50, Guests were Mrs Joe Honn of Livermore; Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate and rMs Loran Daniel and Mrs Ted Underberg. Plan Mothers Honors Mrs Caroline Telford and Mrs Essie Cooper were hostesses . at the regular meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies _Aid. Mrs G. I. Purdy read scripture. An In- OFFICIAL NOTICE .-> Resolution For the Destruction of Noxious Weeds To All Property Owners in Kossuth County: i BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317, Code of Iowa, 1950, as amended by Chapter 108, Acis 54 G. A., it is hereby ordered: 1. That each owner and each person in Ihe possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County, shall cut, burn or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds thereon as defined in this chapter, at such times 'in each year and in such manner as shall prevent said weeds from blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said lands free from such growth of any other weeds as shall render the streets or highways adjoining said land unsafe' for public travel. Noxious weeds shall be cut or otherwise destroyed on or before the following dales and as often thereafter as is necessary to prevent seed production: GROUP 1 June 1-15, 1954 for Leafy Spurge, Perennial Peppergrass, Sour Dock, Smooth Dock, and Sheep Sorrel. GROUP 2. June 1-15, 1954 for Canada Thistle, Russian Knapweed, Buckhorn and Wild Mustard, t , GROUP 3. June 1-15, 1954 for Field Bindweed, Wild Carrol, GROUP 4. June 1-15, 1954 for Horse Nettle, Perennial Sow Thistle, Quack Grass, Butter Print, Puncture Vine, Cocklebur and Bull Thistle. 2. That each 'owner and each person in the possession or control of any, lands in Kossuth County infested with any Noxious Weeds including Quack Grass, Sow Thistle, Canada Thistle, Field Bindweed,' Horse Nettle, Leafy Spurge, Perennial Pepper Grass, Russian Knapwood, shall adopt a program,.of weeds destruction, described by the Weed Commissioner, which in five years may be expected to destroy and will immediately keep under control such infestations of said noxious weeds. 3. That if the owners or persons in possession or control of any land in Kossuth County fail to comply with the foregoing orders the weed commissioner shall cause this to be done and the expense of said work, including costs of servijjn notice and other costs, if any, to be assessed against the real estate. 4. That the County Auditor be and is hereby directed to cause notice.of the making and entering of the foregoing order by one publication in each of the official newspapers of the county. ATTEST: Marc Moore, Auditor , 4 "V • : " ™ • . Kossuih County Board of Supervisors S. D. McDonald, Chairman Date: April 1, 1954 Mother's Day is a day on which "Mom" deserves the finest. And you'll always know she is getting the finest when her gift is selected at HONSBRUCH'S. Far here's where you'll find all of her favorite cosmetics and beauty preparations—the names she has 'confidence in. We will wrap gifts FREE such as ... if Lucien LcLong if Fabergc •fc Cara Nome * Coty's it Dana if Revlon if Courtley if Ann Delafield if Max Factor it Richard Hudnut's if Yardley's if Helena Rubenstein * Stag if Prince Matchabelli Candy is always a wonderful gift especially when it's GAR- HOTT'S. A famous name in candies for years. Specially wrapped and boxed for Mother's Day. And if it's only a card you want, express your sentiments with a HALLMARK CARD. HONSBRUCH Drug Gifts For Every Occasion in HONSBRUCH'S Gift Section vitation was read from the Rod' man P.W.O. to a guest day held at Rodman on April 27. The group voted to give an honorary membership to, all members who have served for 26 years or more and to members who are 75 years or older an honorary membership and a service pfn will be presented. These honors will be presented at the Mother's Day meeting to be held Friday aftert noon, May 7th in the church parlors. Each member is to invite a guest' for this Mother's Day meeting. The meeting will start at 2:30 p.m. The group also voted, to hire the church parlors cleaned. For the program Marilyn Long sang Fairest Lord Jesus and Mrs Ralph Richards read an. article. Committees appointed to have charge of the Mother's Day meeting are: program, Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Mike Coyle and Mrs W. G. Cooper; refreshments, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Earl Long. Pre-School Clinic Wednesday afternoon the preschool children and their motners met at the schoolhouse with Mrs Esther Bower, 'the County Public Health Nurse from Humboldt. Those present were Mrs Irvin Mogler and daughter, Joan, Mrs LeRoy Selvig and daughter, Kay, Mrs Eli Fehr and daughter, Kathy, Mrs Allan Wehrspann and daughter Arlys Ann and Mrs Dean Reaper and son Kent. Birthday Surprise A group of friends and neighbors surprised Knut Oppedahl on Friday evening for a belated birthday party. Those present were Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl, Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper, Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper, Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton and Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug. The evening was spent playing 500 and lunch was served by the guests. Mrs Oscar Oppedahl baked the lovely birthday cake. Pancakes Net $60 Group I of the Lutheran Ladies Aid made about $60 dollars on their pancake supper held Saturday evening In the Lutheran Church parlors. They also sold aprons and had a grab .bag in connection with the supper. Mrs Oscar Oppedahl is chairman of the group and others in the group are Mrs Percy Watnem, ' Mrs Olvin Haug, Mrs Sam Kropf, Mrs'DeVere Newton,. Mrs Richard Kinseth, Mrs Dean Loos, Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs Clara Solberg and Mrs Knut Oppedahl. Mrs Kermit Fowler was honored at a' belated birthday surprise party at her- home on Sunday evening. Her birthday was April 15. Attending were Mrs Lester Wehrspann and sons, Mr and Mrs Ivan Evanson and family, Mr and Mrs Roy Telford, Mi and Mrs Edward Zinnel and ; daughter Leslie Ann, Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle, Mr and Mrs .Eugene Hofius; Mr and Mrs Donald Lai> son and Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and' sons Eldon and Henry. M/Sgt. and Mrs Lowell Kropf and son of Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana have been visiting at the parental Sam Kropf home and with Mrs Lowell Kropf's parents at Humboldt. Mrs Lowell Kropf has been here visiting relatives for several weeks. Earl Long celebrated his birthday Sunday and dinner and supper guests at the Long home An lis honor were Mr and Mrs Chas. Spurlock and grandchildren Charles and Arlys Cooper oi Sutherland, Mr and Mrs L. O. Short of Spencer, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and daughter <athy of Bode and Mrs Essie Cooper of Ottosen. Mrs Essie Cooper returned lome Wednesday after spending hree weeks at the home of her son and family Ralph Cooper near Sutherland. , She helped with the household' duties while icr daughter.-in-law Mrs Ralph hooper and her mother Mrs Chas. Spurlock visited relatives in Cali- 'ornia, Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and daughter Shirley and Roger Vladsen drove to Minneapolis Sunday where they attended the Ice Follies. Mrs Earl Smith spent the weekend with her sister Mrs Ray Jolliffe at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter visited with Mr and Mrs Bill Dearchs of Clarmont, Minn, a I the Henry Dearchs home in Algona Sunday. M/Sgt. and Mrs Lowell Kropt and son of Barksdale Air Force Base, Mr and Mrs Richard Kropt and Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Mary Ballard a\ West Bend. Sunday evening supper guests at the Morgan Hagen horhe were Mrs Clara Solberg, Oliver Christianson and son Wilhe'lmi, Audrey Frey and Edna Ketelsen of Algona and John Jensen of Fort Dodge. Sunday evening supper guests at the Magnus Bratland home were Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen of Bode and Virginia Bratland and Sherman Silbaugh of Humboldt. The group had been to the Ice Follies at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Clem Ludwig and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr ana Mrs Joe Thomann at West Bend. Mrs Richard Kropf has been at Wallingford this past week caring for her mother who is ill. Mr and Mrs Ivan Schneider and Gladys were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Wallace Knieriem home at Humboldt. Saturday night dinner guests at the Donald Larson home wen. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Schriber, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson. Mr and Mrs Louis Henrikson and daughters of West Bend wer-d Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Henrickson's parents Mi and Mrs Ivan Schneider. Mr and Mrs Palmer Enockson and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the Sylvan Jacobson home. Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson were afternoon visitors there. Mr and Mrs Henry Lirideman of Livermore were Sunday dlnnci guests 'at the Laurel Worstci home. Sunday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Dewey Lanning of Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the. Arville Meyers home at Sutherland and also visited at t.he home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Amendt at Sutherland. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and daughter Leslie Ann, Sylvan Jacobson and family Jim, Arland arid Wanda, were guests at a fish supper at the LoUis Jacobson home Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and son Terry, were Friday evening visi« tors at the Merle Halsrud home near Bradgate and Sunday afternoon visitors at the Tsd' Underberg home. Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnel, Sr. of West Bend were Saturday visitors at the Edward Zinnei home. Mrs Pearl Hanson of Whittc- more was a Thursday visitor at the Percy Watnem home. Sunday guests at the Watnem home were Mr and Mrs Merle Faulk and son Monte of Eatherville. Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Jacobson home were Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family and Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family. Pastor Harold E. Mountain ac- companira Pastor Kenneth Torvik of Eagle Grove and a group of four boys from Eagle Grove to the Bible Camp at Lake Ingham where they set out 200 trees on the camp area. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son Curtis were Sunday after noon visitors at the Alfred Vaag home £t Bode. The day was Mr Vaag's birthday. Friday evening they visited at the home of Mrs Dorothy Malkmus at Livermor6. Mrs Kermit Fowler spent Easter weekend at Mitchell, South Dakota where she attended the funeral services of a cousin Mrs Marie Wendelboe and also visited other relatives. While she was gone the Fowler's daughter Gretn from Fort Dodge took care of things at home. Riverdale Picks 4-H Delegates Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club met April 24 in St. Joe hall. Mrs Patterson, leader, showed interesting artcraft. Delegates to various 4-H activities were elected. Sarah O'Brien will go to Ames, Kathrjin Gales and Rosella Bormann to camp at Clear Lake. Kathryn Gales and Marilyn and Alice Bormann were hostesses. To" Boys' State Dean Carpenter, junior in Rodman high, had been chosen to represent the West Bend Legion post at Boys' State, June G- i3, at Camp Dodge. Don Tabor of West Bend is alternate. Joyce Anliker, West Bend, has been selected for Girls' State by the Auxiliary at West Bend. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Average height for men in the Tuesday, May 4, 19S4 Algeria (la.) Upper D« Molnej-5 U. 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