The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1954 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1954
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(la.) Upper Dei Motnei Tuesday, June 8, 1954 Swea City Couple Speak Wedding Vows On June Swea Clfy—Janet Lee Godfred- s.on, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil E. Godfredson of Swea City was married to Marvin Truman Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs T?ru- ,man O, Johnson, also of Swea City, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. S. H. Hammer at the Methodist church in Swea City at 8 p.m. on Juno 4. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a ' street length dress of white flocked nylon over taffeta. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom ,and her flowers were a spray of pink roses arranged on a white Bible which had been a gift to the bride from her maternal grandparents 12 years ago. Rita Godfredson served her sister as bridesmaid. Leland Osgood acted as best man, Following the ceremony a reception for 50 guests was held in the church social rooms. The •bride's colors, pink and green, were used in the table appoint- SAVE AT LEAST 10% FIRST It's the best way Jo guarantee cash reserves for any emergency. , ,Start Your Account' This Payday Liberal earn ings •Proved safety NOW PAYING 2'/z% Accounts Insured Up to $10,000 Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Since 1917 Algona, Iowa •ments and room decorations. A hand-crocheted tablecloth made by the bride's grandmother, Mrs Nels Godfredson, was used on the refreshment table. Hand-crocheted nutcups made by the maternal grandmother, Mrs Cora Stow, were used. Mrs W. E. Stow, aunt of the bride, served the three-tiered wedding cake which she had baked. Another auht, , Mrs Ben Wibben, poured coffee. Waitresses Were Donna Madsen, Sedell Hammer, Florence Kylen and Gall Johnson., Miss Hammer and MisS Madsen had acted as ushers in the sanctuary. Lila Johnson, sister of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest book. Music at the church ceremony included solos by Florence Kylen, who sang Malotte's setting of The Lord's Prayer and DeKoven's 'O' Promise Me'. Her accompanist was Gail Johnson, who also played the traditional wedding marches. ! Following their graduation from the Swea City high school in 1953, the bridal. couple has been employed locally, she at the Griffith- drug store and he farming with his father near Swea City. After a short wedding trip to Minnesota, they will be at home west of Swea City where they will farm with the bridegroom's parents. Kate Sekander, manager of the Donaldson clothing store at Charles City, and Anna Tjaden, teacher in the Charles City schools, were guests at the Walter G. Smith home on Friday. They and the Smith's daughter, Esther Charlotte, were returning from a vacation trip to the Black Hills. Miss Smith, who is supervisor of vocal music in the elementary schools at Charles City, will spend a few days with her parents, then will leave for Iowa ity, where she expects to complete, work toward the master's degree in music education. Mr and Mrs Martin Dahl, Mr and Mrs Ed Peterson and daugh- ;er Edryce, Mrs Anna Dahl and Pearl, Mr and Mrs Albert Swanson, all o| Swea City, and Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl of Algona spent the Memorial Day weekend at O'Neill, Nebr., where they visited the Hubert Kruses and other relatives. Cum Laude Honors Lakoia—Barbara Jean Winter graduated with "Cum Laude" honors from Waldorf College, attending from here were Barbara's parents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter, Carol, Jim and Mike Winter, Mr and Mrs Donald Winter, Mrs Ray Estle, Mrs Charles Gertknecht and Mrs Jerry HeetldHd. 69 County Members To. Camp June 9 •*, Sixty-nine Kossuth 4-H, boys and girls will attend the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake June 9-11. They will be a part of a group of 500 4-H'ers from 11 counties. 4-H members ^attending camp are: Marianne Nurre and Jean Rnhe, Bancroft Blue and White Crusadersj., Betty Cogley and Phyllis Govern, Bancroft Busy BeeS: Darlene Callies and Betty Hatten, Buffalo Boosters; Beverly Gerber and Janice Besch, Cresco Chums; Beth Newel and Janet Theesfield, Fenton Forwards; El- earior Anderson and Caroline Pedersen, Grant Go-Getters. Marilyn Doyle and Betty Heldorfer, Greenwood Girls; Virginia Simons and Virginia Klein, Irvington Ideals; Margaret Ennen, Lakota Luckies; Phyllis O'Donnell ahd Sharon Gardner, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Mary Jo Haag, Patty Waldschmidt. Lotts Creek Lassies; Audrey Hanselman, Aslong Hjelmeland, Lu- Verne Live Wires,- Judy Grandgenett, Kathryn Weston, LuVerne Peppy Pals. Emilie Bode, ' Marlys Long, Plum Creek Elite; Noreta Trunk- hill, Lorna Tjaden, Portland .Princesses; Mary Lou Hanig, Charlene Downs, Prairie Pals; Kathryn Gales, Rosella Bormann, Riverdale Rustlers; Mary Lou Simpson, Lorraine OftdahU Seneca Stars; Cheryle Torine, Waunita Guerdet, Swea Sunbeams; Mary Ilia Erpelding, Union Aletheans; Marlys Goetz, Nancy Tjaden, Wesley Wizards. Donald Froehlich, Algona; Arlene Bilsborough, Bob Fritz. Buffalo; Art Larson, Vincent Pavik, Eagle; Dean Banwart, Garfield: Philip Tokheim, Alvin Richardson, Jr., Grant; David Kollasch, Mark Bernhard, Greenwood; Richard Friets, Larry Trenary, Lakota; Diane Wichtendahl, Viola Berninghaus, Lotts Creek; Merlyn Bartlett, Darryl Sparks, Portland; Don Mullins, Kermit Studer, Prairie; Dayid Schiltz, John Schiltz, Ramsey; Gerald Reding, Donald Wagner, St. Joe; Duane Jensen, Betty Clark, Swea-Harrison; Hank Thilges, Union; Dwight Seaberg, Gary Pearson, Wesley; James Elbert and Joe Loebach, Whittemore. Injured Fishing Whittemore—Mrs William Ostwald had the misfortune to slip anti fall down an embankment while fishing at Iowa Lake Sunday. She suffered a cracked bone on her left elbow and also another bone showed that it had a small split but is not of 'a serious nature. U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividends — Summer J ravelin Time Is Here! — * We'll Make Your Car Road-Ready... Rarin' To Go! ONE STOP at Viking and you are set to go! We are completely slucked wiih everything it takes to turn your car out speedily and efficiently ready for the road. Put your car in our hands and you can be sure of thorough work, using best greases and oils. What's more, you get that touch of friendly service that will make you want to come back to Viking again! FARM SPECIALS Heavy Duty Viking Oil In 30-Gal. Drums Riley Bros. All-Purpose FARM GREASES We're Headquarters For The Best Quality Oils • Quaker State • Phillips • Pennzoil • Kendall Let Us Change Your OIL FILTER NOW! PRECISION WHEEL BALANCING HONG Oil Wesley W.S.C.S. Hal Installation Of New Officers Wesley—W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, June 2 in the Methodist church with 30 members' present, Mrs Charles Nygaafd, past'presi* dent, conducted an impfJess'lVe candle lighting cerembny.a'hd in* stallation of 8 new officers. • Programs for-the new year>wefe.'dls« tributed by chairman Jean Kraus. The lesson on Christian Colleges was given by Mrs John Wellandf There was a pot luck lunch. At Briii Commencement . The Tom Forburgers, Frank Bleichs, Art Bleich and Patty, Larry Youngwirths and Joe KriepS attended the commencement program in Britt Wednesday evening and joined a group of 40 other relatives in a party for MeHe Garman in the Sylvester Garman home after the program. Announce Engagement Mr and Mrs Richard Van Hoorn of Woden and formerly of W;es- ley have, announced the engagement of their daughter Grace VanHoorn R. N. to Albertus K. son of Mr ahd MM (3. A. Kfuger of RSek Rapids The wed» ding toil! takr>pi&e<!! Itt the ChMS- tien Reforrfied GhWch'^tiirtfi- of Wesley on June 10. AHiVet Wtih Mother t , Mrs VioiffStiidir aftd he* m'e* ther, Mrs Jennie Luke'n, arrived Tuesday. Mrs Lukeh will Make her home, with Mrs Studer. , Memorial' Day weekend guesti in Hhe Clarende Ackerson - Home were Mr and Mrs M, J, Nemmers of Waterloo, Mrs Addle Humestort of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Ed Ackerson, Mr and Mrs Frank Coilette and three children of Pillager, Minh. .Other guests on Sunday were Mr and Mrs George Long 'and three ichildreh of- Lone Rook and Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson. and Douglas. • j Cookery .Lesson Mrs Joe Hauptmaft who went to Algona recently' to get the state extension lesson on camp cookery gave a cook out demonstration at her home Tuesday, \There were 23 women from the homemakers clubs of Wesley, Prairie, Orthel and Boone townships and St. Benedict who enjoyed the lesson and will in turn present it to their .own groups. The breakfast menu .was orange juice, bacbft, eggs, pancakes esffee all,Cooked 6ver an tirig'ihd the dlMer- tfiehu usifig pis' AVgftS artd reflectdf, ttWHS aftitto fell was hattbUfgef steak with, vegetables, spring fried chicken, >fld biscuits vWtH dried apple cobbler for dessert. The Wffl. Meyer Cafe has been listed for sale following a very successful year in operation, ., Mr and-Mrs Johh JPaulsbfi, Jah'* 'ice and Jo$e attended the-40tH wedding anniversary party for Mr and-Mrs Fred Thorftbury at Britt Wednesday evening, June 2. Mr and Mrs Al Wagner attended funeral services in Algona for Mrs -Elbert, mother of Mrs fl. Wagner. "' - A special meeting o! town circles -wa'SrVheld -Monday evening, June 7 ifi the Methodist church to combine 2 circles Int6 2 .aftd elect offfdersV The&;pla1ined"t4 serve,'- metis" for Llfihs Club as theyi'hdy^ done in the past» The Country circle" remains »'aV;befqre. Cpl. Lyle Huff imV two *SrMy friends Charles Klejka -of f enha. and T. E, Eikins of Georgia 'arrived in the former's parental •John Huff home Monday evening from "Westover, Mass. Lyle Will spend a 3d'day furlough at home and after a week's visit the two visitors left for an army training school at Cheyenne, Wyo. Attdther Son. of ugerVe H Son of tne" fluffs, Pffit Suff is stationed ajt.Caf^p f Georgia. >' r 't *»li-*( - mrs wtaee" Dl^kmaTH pf Al|SflS visited he? mother Mfg Kate Hani sen 6n Tuesday and the two ws-, men called on the Fred SeefeldS and btKefs, . - deorge Wagner of Platte r & 0. visited his niece, Mrs John Paul* son and family and other rela* ti'ves on. Monday. . . • .,• ,'Mr and Mrs Will Gordoh and' sht children of'FlinVMtcw spent May 31 to June 2 with the Yin* 1 cent Doughan family. Mrs Gof" don Is the former Mildred Lawler and-a sister of/the late Mrs Doughan. ' Joan Goetz was honored at a ,pre-nuptial shower Sunday, June 6 Irt parish hall. She will mafry LarryNSrandgenett on June 22 in St. Joseph's^ church. . . K. Y.' N. Circle will' hold their June meeting with Mrs Lawrence Baylor and Mrs Gilbert Hall. The missibndr'je lessor) will H?ej riven by Mrs. Therbn Hahsenv. j> j i Mr ahd-'Mrs Huf^n'iThdmps61» of Masott "'City Visited his sister Mrs John Weiland and'family on Monday. : .. , , ,„_/ • Mrs Oscar Monson of Mason City spent several days last'.week with her daughter Mrs Charley Price and family. Twenty children were enrolled In vacation Bible school last week is the MetKSdist enureh. wefe the daM§ •Eft^ft was assist»*» • , . ' *. k Mrs John Weilattd' tte&l ; tutfj da* with her date* Mrs RussSll Nail of Garner and thfe two w£- men went to Forest City In the afternoon to^visit their niece Mrs Eugene NfeuHring ;aftd family. , .Charles £mlth, Wayne Fox, AU le'n Johnson, Joyce Ostef-eateiJ, B&rtnie'-EckliMna .Agnes" G&fefe w'lrl aWtthedl-tl V ic ^5° atteftd the 1 Glwafc/Cake Catn'p .this ene and 1 Carolyft Shuler-and M ttondon Visited the Clar- efic'e'Wellattd hdtriTifl Brltt, Sun' "'' ' ' • -.•- < Mr and -.Mrs Elmer Johnson of BHtt and formerly of Wesley- have announced the, engagement of their daughter Mary Lee^ to Curtus Lemwerke; s6n pf Mr 'and Mrs Peter Leuwerke of Hayfield. No wedding day has been, set. ' .Howard Lloyd of Detroit, Mich. speWftfe. Weekend With his parents' Mr and Mrs Dave Lloyd. •Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Ricky stJlnt th'e;,Mejrftorial Day weekend fishing at Okoboji and visiting her pateflts the Wm Ket- chins.who have a cottage there. Mr and - Mrs Otto Henderson left Thursday for a Week's visit with relatives in Bloomfield X CLARK GRAIN CO. GALBRAITH STATION LuVERNE, IOWA Feed i ' Mixing and x 4 Grinding Brand New Equipment in a Brand New Building Now Gives the Farmers in Southern Kossuth A New Service! Our new feed mixer and grinder are so new, ,we haven't even scratched the shiny new paint, but we're ready to do just that whenever the orders start rolling in. Our 18,000 bushel capacity elevator and the new addition housing the new equipment are ready at a!! times for youi 1 needs. ^ We Will Mix Your Own Formula Or Mix The Purina Approved Formulas The New Mixer The New Qrinder • • E. B. Carlson, Manager DON CLARK, owner ' While Don only came to Kossuth County last September from Jamaica, la., he has really set things afire at the Galbraith Station. But, that's to be expected because he's been in and around the grain business practically all his life. His father was a grain dealer 18 years. Don also farmed so he's the farmer's man. COMPLETE LINE OF PURINA FEEDS COAL - SEED - FERTILIZER TOP PRICES PAID FOR GRAIN essg^ Station Six Mile* South, Three fast Of Algona mmm-mmmummmm

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