The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1954 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 25, 1954
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Wehrspann Golden Wedding Observance At West Bend Oiiosen — Mr and Mrs W, H. | Wehrspann of Ottosen celebrated their golden wedding at Peace Lutheran church in West Bendon Sunday evening, May 9, at 8 O'clock. , : i The church was filled tr> cap^ acity as the couple, along with their attendants Mr and Mrs Otto wichtendahl of Fenton took their places at the front of the church. Mrs Wichtendahl, a sister of Mrs Wehrspann attended "as brides- rrtaid at the wedding 50 years rigb. sOver 200 guests were registered before the service in the guest bbpk, in charge of Mrs Ludwig Reinen. ..- , .The couple received congratu^ lafcions at the church entrarfce, after which they took their places at the long reception table in the church parlors.. Gracing*the center was a wedding cake in g61d and white in the form of an open Bible. Also seated at the table were ! their four sdns with their families, Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann, Jerry and Neil of Ottosen, Rev and Mrs.; Elmer, Mark, Rhoda and Dan of Aufelia, Dr and Mrs Donald Wehrspann, Billy and Susan 'of Joliet, 111.; Rev and Mrs Leo Wehrspann, John, Joel, and David of Audu* bon, also Mr and Mrs Otto, WifJh, 1 - tendahl, and Rev and Mrs f E. E Greene. .-.' <.•;.•, ' i '•->/ ; '•. A short program, was[g5Vea Mrs Ronald Meyer, ;Wfest. Beh4 was in charge'of the'prograrn Community singing was' led,,by the Rev. Leo Wehrspann. 1 A piano duet, by Genese : Hanselman and Darlene tfabege*. "Jesus Lead Thou On, 1 ' was : surig ; byithe' ten Wehrspann , grandchildren, Sharon Hanseltrtari played ah" atf- cordian solo "Bless This House," a vocal duet was sung by Pastor ahd Mrs Leo Wehrspann. •lyir and Mrs, \yehrspann ceived over 100 congratulatory cards and many gifts. . 'At six o'clock Mr and Mrs Wehrspann with their sons and families and Rev and Mrs Greene '-enjoyed a dinner at Hotel Frank- Hji in West Bend. Ida Baas and, William Wehrs- panri were mdrried* in a quiet ceremony at ten o'clock May 9, 190-1 at the home of her father Fred' Baas at Whittemore by ReV Faalstich. •; Thq following \ day tHey came to ' Ottosen. ' . Fdr- a few years they lived on the farm now occupied, by Allen. Wehrs- pann. Because Mr WeHrspann needed to live in a drier climate they moved, to :Am,aFLllo; Tex., for three years, -then to Hobart, Okla. for two years. They movec back to Ottosen and have lived and farmed in, this community since that time. Plan Memorial Service The local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary honored Mo thers Day at a regular meeting at the home of Mrs Mar tin.Mey I CAN'T 6WIM... BUT I'M A HECK.UVA Two special recognitions were made and each; were presented With vases. Mrs Eugene Hofius the guest who was the youngest grandmother and Mrs DeVere Newton the guest who was the youngest' mbth'er, ' Wednesday afternoon three members of this unit, Mrs Martin Meyer, Mrs Essie Cooper and Mrs Mike Coyle. visited , the Sisson '-"•' ' Mome at Humboldt. Presbyterian i'Aid *..' Mrs G, Pur'dy and Mrs E. Long were hostesses to the Presbyter- an Ladies Aid on' Friday after- oon in .thevchurch parlors. .Mrs esse VanBuskirk, ,vice president ad 'charge of the meeting. The next 5 meeting will-be June 4 with IVfrs Clara Solberg arid Mra Ralph Richards as hostesses, f IIIC UA *»•*•* " AI*W* •"- _?___ rTmembef;"brought ~a- Cdoper driver. Mothers who ac-1 cornpanied were Mrs Hopis. Codper, Mrs Donald Cooper .and M« Kriut Oppedahl. 'At several, of the places they were given souvenirs to , take home, with them. C6opef Family Dinner ' Mrs Doriald Cooper an,d iMfs Clyde Cooper were hostesses to a Cooper family dinner on Suri- dav at the Donald Copper home, The s occasion honored Nancy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper .and Richar.d, sdn of Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooler. Both are graduating from the eighth grade this week. Those present along with the Donald Cooper family -and the Clyde Cooper family :wer6 Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper •and family of-Sutherland, Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper arid family. Mrs Essie Cooper and Mrs Earl Smith. ' Mr -and Mrs Palmer Michelson and Sharon of Excelsior, Minn., Mr and Mrs Pearli Hudson oi Currie, Minn., Ann .Peterson of Lincoln, Neb., Mr and Mrs Les Fargo, Gravlos Mills, Mo., anc Mrs Florence Flanigan of Fort Dodge were Friday and Saturdaj/ overnight guests at the H, J. Nielsen hbme. Thfy came to attend the wedding of the Nielsen's dau ghter Marilyn. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellick son and. daughters were presen at a pot luck dinner at the home of Mr Hellicksort's mother Mrs Hannah Hellickson at Hardy. Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Fort Dodge was a Saturday dinner giiest at the John Vinaas home. In the afternoon Mrs Oppedahl and Mr and Mrs John Vinaas and daughter Janice called at the Knut Oppedahl home and then t the Oscar Oppedahl home. Sunday afternoon, visitors at he Ltl Bell home were Mr and Vtrs Ernest Ellingson and daugh- er Sharon of Bode.' • Sunday dinner guests at the Olaf Bruvik home were Mr and Grade School Trip Tuesday the-students in grades ive and six from .th,e local school arid their teacher Mrs George Warripr took a trip to Mason City Their first.stop was at the Mum- •irial. Airport where they were greeted by a hostess and given a 'uided tour of the buildings there. ' f saw one of the Braniff Airine Passenger planes come in and passengers .unload. From there they toured the Sweetheart Bakery. Just-as. they arrived at the bakery the'bread was being taken from the oven and«this proved to be a very, interesting. They were guests .of the Northwestern Cement Works and a representative .of- the plant explained the complicated procedure in making cement and then guided the group through all-of the buildings there. They then went ,to the Mason City Globe Gazette and saw the. paper being put to press. Their last stop was at the Telephone exchange where the group was divided int groups of six and each groU^ .had.a hostess which showed them er " u*acn iiimiiwcA,,...w*^«o--- , — guest and all were presented witn I rose bud corsage. Co-hostesse were Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Holh Cooper, Mrs Fred Kampen Mrs Jake Ryg, Mrs Antone Speich and Mrs Ted Underberg. During their business meeting the group made plans for their Memorial Day program which will be Monday morning, May 31 Mrs Donald Brandhoij had charge of the program which opened with group singing led by Mrs R. Olson, Mrs Clara Solberg and Mrs V Victor Meyer each read a group of poems and Mrs.Mike Coyle read an article on .Poppies. BUY YOUR PAINT HERE •BHHBBBH NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Outside White PAINT .. the workings of a large -telephon exchange. The group went in on . of the school buses with Dcknnli Mrs Harold Toms,, and Mrs Doro« hf MalkmuJ i SHd Kathryn of LiVermorel sTueBday evening Mf and Mrs *Bruvik ,and'son Curti^ were visitors > at- the HEArne Han* son horrid at\Badger: ;r' Cpl, Paul Wathem 'of ;Eorf jjeonard Wood spent th6 \veekend at th'a parental-Percy .Watrtem lome, ..- .. • V' .' • • | : :.'j •Mr and Mfs Oscar Oppedahl and family were Sunday after-* noon visitors at; the Palmer, Bnbckson home at Fort Dodge. ; "Mr'and'M'rs Mike Coyle were Sunday dinner gufests at the; Dallas \ Coyle .home at Fairmont; Minn. ' , • . . . ; Mr and Mrs Ted Unde'rbefg were Sunday* dinner guests at the Henry Anderson home at Duncombe. ' A week ago,Sunday Mr, and Mrs Ray Haugen of Algpna were dinner guests at the Underberg home.- • Mr; and Mrs Edward Zinnel and: daughter. Leslie Ann were Sunday, dinner guests at the LOUIS. Jacobson home. Afternoon visitors at the Jacobson home were Mr and Mrg Deanne Telford and son Gary of Humboldt. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family v,isited at the Ai't Anderson home near West Bend. Mrs V Henry Karnpen and son Vincent Cunningham of Cedar Falls were a week ago Sunday evening callers at the Fred Kampen home. , . '. Mr arid Mrs Alvin Mclntosh and family of Bennett were Sat' urday overnight visitors at the home of Mrs Mclntosh's mother Mrs. Annie^ -Leist. They also ' called at the :Fred Kampen home ' Sunday afternoon. Other dinner i guests at the home of, Mrs Leist Sunday were Mr and .Mrs Harry Day and family of Dakota City Mrs Herman Kramer and dau ghter Mrs Adran Ulman and daughters were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Art Tabor home near West Bend. Tuesday afternoon they'called at the home of Mrs Kramer's parents Mr and Mrs O. C. Tabor at Humboldt. Mrs' Harold Mountain spoke on .Values That Never Grow Old Fashioned on Tuesday at the Kariawha Lutheran church. The Britt Ladies Aid ^and their own mothers were guests of the Kanawha group. . Mrs Clara Solberg' returned Saturday i'rorn, a business trip to Rochester, Minn. She also visited friends while there. Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna and son Robert - attended graduation at the St. John's Parochial school af Bancroft Sunday afternoon. A nephew of Mr Kemna's, John Kemna, was a member of the class being graduated. Mrs Cecil Jolllffe of LuVprne spent Wednesday at the Lawrence Holden home. Pastor and Mrs Harold E. Mountain attended the Pastoral Conference at Belrnond on Monday and Friday visited at the home of Pastor and Mrs Kenneth Torvik at Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann spent Sunday at the home of their son- and family the Rev and Mrs Elmer Wehrspann at Aurelid. Ferguson of West Bend; 2nd grade, Leona Wismer of Mason City: 3rd, Dorothy Dunn of West Bend; 4th, Janice Goodchild of Mallard; 5th, Elizabeth Pergande of LuVerne; and 6th, Ruth Kelck of Mason City. Junior high, Grace Crisman of West Bend; biology and coach, J. Dee Ferguson; social studies and assistant coach, Lyle Doddj commercial, Robert Buelow; instrumental music, Stanley Bulka. Vocational agriculture and industrial arts, V. D. Niccum; prin- Complete Faculty At West Behd Following is the complete staf at the West Bend school for nex term: ... Kindergarten, Cecile Reith o West Bend; 1st grade, Dorothy Tuesday, May 25, A!§onq (fo.) Uppif P«« cipal, math and chemistry, Donald Burton; vocal music, Donna Heldt of Lake City; English and German, Elizabeth McGree\fey of Ackley; homemaking, Rita Berryhill of Estherville; and superintendent, T. J. Rieth. BIES Death marked the end of 39 years as a telegraphef in Marengo for L. F. HardenbfoOk. He'd: been on the job there since. 1915. UDM Classined* Pay Dittdendi IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CI,EAR LAKE , IOWA Friday, May 28ih Iowa Corn Huskers Saturday, May 29ih EDDIE ALLEN and his orchestra Sunday, May 30th Memorial- Night RALPH FLANAGAN and his orchestra Wednesday, June 2 Teenage Dance EDDIE ALLEN and his orchestra Join the Teen Club YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR Henry S. Scheppmann i * .* of Irvington — Centrally Located DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR '/ ' :'.-. Supervisor 1st District ; | Will'Be Appreciated PRIA/VARY ELECTION — JUNE 7 19-22* You'll love the colors, tints and tones in which this real ultra-flat, oil- base paint comes. One coat covers even porous surfaces lik« wallpaper. Easy' to apply with brush or roller applica* tor. Odorless, tool Cowan Bldg. 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It's the livest of the live wires-the highest'voltage Buick in the line, MHUQN Ktti «AM K» kUICK-$M tln^kk-B«fl« Shew Timdoy Evonlngi, It is instant on getaway, a joy in cruising, a breeze on h.Uls — and a honey of a friend in the added safety of its plenty reserve power always on hand for sudden needs. It is, in fact, a 200-horsepower performance car, and priced far below it —the highest'powered car at its price in the land, With this great-powered good- looker setting the pace — and equally impressive SPECIALS, SUPERS and ROADMASTERS adding • to the excitement-is it any wonder Buick today is outselling every other car in America except two of the so-called "low-price three"? Come in and try one of these gorgeous new Buicks. With the prices we're quoting, you can make the buy of the year this very week. ^B"UIC3IC- Sales atfe Soaring? CAN YOU SEE • STEER • STOP SAFELY? CHECK YOUR CAR-CHECK ACCIDENTS Ifce stunning Buick Convertible— shown here in (he high-powered CfNruar model — Is avoihbla in all lour Buick , Serf,!, including I he low-price SrKIAL. WHEN BiTTER AUTOMOBIIES AM BUIW MNCK 105 N. Hail SORENSEN BUICK !» sweet soft drinks leave you thirsty,, SWITCH TO ^G^HSJT ^g^^^ ( i NEVER AN AFTER-THIRST Fresh, clean taste jjg you drink Squirt.. Fresh, clean taste pftfeg you drink Squirt, Never an after-thirst t i DIX BOTTLING CCX, Estherville, la. *"•"'•"" HAWKEYE LANES IS VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE NAMES OF THE HONOR BOWLERS FOR THE PAST SEASON. WOMEN WHO TOPPED 185: f .f-I Mrs. Cecil Baker Berneice Brandt Florence Burns Mert Cummings Betty Dennis Marlene Dutton Martha Johnson Lavon Lindhorst Lavonne Plttman Elaine Simmons Kay Volgt Phyllis Walker MEN OVER 225: Harold Anderson Julie Baas Bill Batt , Cliff Benschoter Hollis Benschoter Harlan Blanchard Bob Bigings Dale Briggs Bill Colwell Angus Cotton Chan Dailey Chuck Davis Bob Dlekmann Joe Donahue Jack Dutton Arnie Elbert Paul Engen Bud Ferden Jerry Ferris Dick Frideres Mike Funfar Hank Furst Bob Gade Norman Gade Hank Geilenfeld Dick Gross Herb Hedlund Merle Hoover Harley Hutchinson John Intermill Chuck Jandl Wendell Jergenson Bill Johnson Frank, Knurzen Bill lampright Harold Lampright M. Larson Ernie tavrenz Harry lichty Hal Long Casey Loss Louis Lynk George Manus Richard Mathes Frank Meine Frank Moulton Chuck Mullin Hildreth Pettit Clayt Pittman Don Prieskorn Pat Rasmussen Ed Richter Frank Richter Mel Rieken John Rike Ken Roney Lael Root Gordy Schmidt Bob Schoby Monte Scobba Bill Sharp Vern Shipler Bob Skilling Al Slobe Henry Stecker Len Stenzel Ron Stephens Cecil Taylor Vern Teeter Gaile Towne Ed Weig Whitey Voigt We Closed May 21 For the Summer But Well Be Back Early In the Fall For the Start of Our Second Year, We Want To Thank All of Our Patrons Who Made Our First Year Such A Successful One. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Godfredsen HAWKEYE LANES

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