The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1954
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'Pert Lead&To Wedding, Nov. 20 Theft fbmance an. outgrowth of a "pen pal" correspondence with a ftfiend, Miss Agnes B. Taylor of Minneapolis, formerly ol .Toronto,; Canada, and.Dennis Behounek of Livermore" were united in marriage Saturday, Nov, 20, at 3 tfM.-in Holy ' Rosiry Catholic church in Minneapolis. The Rev Father Lane officiated a't the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and .Mrs John E. Taylor oi Toronto, Canada. She has been employed in Minneapolis for some months. Her visit to the states and to, Livermore was the outgrowth of correspondence with Geraldine Anderson of Livermore when the girls became "pen pals" at the age of ten. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Louis Behounek of Livermore. Geraldine Anderson, now oi Minneapolis, was bridesmaid. Tommy Davis of Livermore served as best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the apartment of Ethel and Geraldine Anderson. During the reception the bride received a call from her 1 mother and friends in Toronto Canada, who were having,a party in\her honor at that time. Those from Livermore who at- ended the wedding and the re-1 ception were Mr and Mrs Louis Behounek, Mr and Mrs Tommy DaViS aftd Mr and Mrs Kenneth Underberg. *' Mr and Mrs Behounek are At home on a farm two miles nbrtlv west of Livermore, where Mf Behounek is engaged in. farming. Mrs Behounek . received/ her education in the schools of Toronto, Canada. Mr Behounetf was graduated frbm Livermore high schdol. He attended the University of Dubuo;ue two years before serving in the air force for two years and the State University'of Iowa two years after the service. Large Crowd Enjoyed Lone Rock Operetta Lone Rock"-The grade schoo of the' Lone Rnrk' School hek ts s Christmas Operetta, "Which? 1 Santa Glaus or Mother Goose) There was a capacity crowd. Characters were: Santa Glaus _,eon Geitzenauer; Nevo, Santa'; messenger, Jamey Jensen; Mr Santa Glaus, Barbara Marlow; M Polar Bear, Gerald Angus-; Mr Esquimaux, John Hovey; Brownies, Janet Hammerstrom, Phyllis Cherland, Judy Kraft, Allan Marlow, Roxanna Harr, Thomas Saxton, Shirley Marlow, Royce Dugan, Mark Geitzenauer, Linda Knoll, Marlene Nordine, Perry Radig, Cheryl KrauSe, Karen Cooke, Rachael Hurlburt, Johnny Salisbury, Kean Harr; Tom, ona of the children, John Rath. Carpenters, David Schmidt, Don Ennen, Bobby Weber, Frank P JOLLY GOOD WISHES THE HOLIDAY SEASON J cuuL A HAPPY NEW MOTOR CO. CHRYSLER -. PLYMOUTH On Diagonal Street Again we *•."•' lake this opportunity to with you one and all a Happy Christmas holiday season, GRIFFIN LUMBER CO. Algona, Iowa :ia*ja*a»*w*^i«**-* Mueller, Gene Hanna, Larry Geitzenauer, Lyle Thompson, Craig Larson, Gary Schmidt, 'immy .Hartman; Jack Frost, •Jilly O'Donnell; Fiirles, Joanne Jreyer, Dianne Simpson, Dawn SchultZi Janice Elsbecker,"Margaret Dittmev, Meredith Hurl/- jurt, Sharon Krause; Mother Goose,^ Muriel Nordine; Cyntil, Messenger of Mother Goose, Judy iammerstrom; Jack and Jill, Roger Leininger, Peggy Pettit; Little Boy Blue, Rodney Jensen; The Man in the Moon, Richard Pettit; Aurora Bofealis, Susan Montgomery; Little Bo-Peep, Jane Ellen Christenson; The Old Woman Who Lived-in a Sh6e, Donna Knoll; her children, Jeffrey Angus, Keith Bierle, Kathryn Bieflstedt, Ann Christenson.VChar- les Collins, Ronnie Dacken, • Jayne Dreyer, Vicki Fox, Judy-Hutchinson, Michael Lee, Donnie Leininger, Teresa Marlow, Bonnie Mueller, David Nelson, Janell Newbrough, Linda O'DOftnell Joel Priebe; David Radig, Garj Rath, Kathryn Schadendort Cheryl Weisbrod, Joel Simpson Tom, the Piper's son, Jerry Me Arthur. Chorus. Jane Angus, Mavi Simpson, Jeanette Hanna, Gai Pettit, Roger Peltit, Rogsr Bakei Lynn Bierstedt, Willis Bellinger Tommy Geitzenauer, Raymom Baker, 'Walter Dacken, Richarj Dugan, Roger Cherland, Marl Johnson, Gene Lockwood, Henr. Schneider, Paul Simpson, Jaine Schmidt, Darrell Schmidt, Luci Broderspn, Mollie Blanchard •iancy Christenson, Joann Wells llori'a Householder, Linda Cooke Margaret Bierstedt, Karen Lein nger Linda Ramus, Linda Simp on, Marian Broesder. Musica lumbers preceded the operett y Jeanette Hanna, Jamey Jen en and Donna Knoll. Sunday School Program Thursday, Dec. 23 at 2:15 re- nears'al oJ! the Sunday School Christmas program. All children are urged to be present for this one -and only practice. Friday evening, Dec. 24' at 7:30 p'.m: the Sunaay acnool Christmas program will be held at the Lont rlock Presbyterian church. School Activities Tuesday, Dec. 21—the Lone Rock basketball teams will play Burt there. Dec. 22 the Winter Wonderland Dance will be hela at the Lope Rock gym with I 1 rank Jonas < orchestra playing from 8 to 12 Dec. 23 the Lone Rock School' will be dismissed at 2:00 pm. Dec. 30 the Lone Rock basketball teams will play Oi tosen there. The'Frances Circle was held a the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs H. A, Blari chard, Mrs Don Blanchard, Mi- Clarence Martin, and jVIrs -And rew Thomsen, as hostesses. -JTher were 18 members present with of their guild of intercessors' als present; Mrs -' Emma .- TT "'*'"" conducted the,lesson sti-- w , Juliafia ; Larsbn' wa's"'honoj*_ ~ her 'birthday with the. fBjfjroda.,, song. A gilt exchange was'hela.,, Miss Kay Hamlin of •Fairmont, carne Wecihosaay evenin^'to visit her grandmother, Mrs Hu|£ta Schultz till Friday. • Lorenz Geitzenauer attended a managers meeting at Ft. Dodgy on Wednesday. .• ., ; • Mrs Edw. Ohm galled at the L. E. Householder home Thursday afternoon. Rev and Mrs C. E. Nordmy and, Stanley visited his mother, Mrs Matilda Nordine .at .Alb-art City Monday. Mr and Mrs Edw. Ohm were. Sunday afternoon and suppei guests at the John Honuin home at Ringsted. •< • Mr and Mrs Fred'k Sthultx made a business trip to Mason City on Thursday. G. W. Blanchard spent overnight Thursday with his mother Mrs Maude Blanchard of Mason 'i'iie Lone Rock Band Mothers hold their Christinas party at tin. school Wednesday evening win 17 members present. This wa also their Doc. meeting. Two nc\v members have joined. The Band mothers will snrve the lunch at the winter wonderland dance. Lunch for • this meeting wav 1 'erved by'Mrs Art,Baker, Mrs A f A, Krueger, Mrs L. A. Newbrough, Mrs Alfred Schadendort, Mrs H. W. Christenson. A Christmas exchange was held. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegeburth spent Wednesday evening with her mother, Mrs Clara Marlow at Burt. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman o. Sexton spent Sunday afternoon at the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Jim Ackerman of Garner were Thursday, diiwi guests at the Frank Flaia honr. and also visited relatives her' Mrs Velma Anderson of Fenton called Thursday afternoon at lh,. Frank Flaig home, where llu AckcM-mans also called. Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe lx v came tlu; proud parents of a fin-baby son, born at the Holy Fcirn- jly hospital in Estlierville W-Mgh-, ing 7 Ib. 2 oz. Tin's is their fir.-i child. The maternal ents are Mr and Mrs Eidin M'-ir- low and the paternal grandpa, • cuts are Mr and Mrs Art Prieb'-- Named To Honor Roll/ Academy St. Cecelia Academy announces he following Honor Roll students or the first two periods of this cholastic year: In the first six weeks seniors attaining Honor Roll grades were David tiruch, Janice Doerning, John 'filbert, James McMahon, and Marita Zaugg. Sophomores were Foan Henry, James Lichter, and Molly Sullivan. Honor Roll students for the second six .weeks were Rochelle Johnson, James McMahon, and Marita Zaugg, seniors; Joan Henry, James Lichter, and Etta Woodcock, sophomores; Deanna Bebo, Caroline Bickert, Jean Hall, and Ann Mikes, freshmen. America should retain her reputation for being the melting pot—but/should make it hotter 1'or those who refuse to melt. SAW As he sawed a board with an electric hand-saw, Robert Cobb, 20, of Laurens sawed a deep gash in his left leg, • He's now getting about in a wheel chair. FOR $5 Burglars at Knoxville recently broke a window, and ruined an expensive cash register in a robbery at a service station there. Total loot, between $5 and $6. Money may not be everything nit it's a wonderful, substitute. .Tuesday, December it, J9S4 Algona (la.) Upper Pss Moin98-5 We Are In the Market For IRON - METAL BATTERIES JUNK CARS See or Call C f\ f\ V I C U UIV J SCRAP IRON & METAL | Algona, Iowa To All Our Many Polieyholders In This Area We Extend Sincere Best Wishes. KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN. Lola Scuffham, Sec'y- Pvt. Dahlhauser Serves in Korea I CORPS, KOREA—Pvt Marvin J. 'Dahlhauser, 21, .son of Mr aiv! Mrs Peter J. Dahlhauser, VVhitU-- niore, Iowa, is serving with Corps in Korea. An tesnve posit-truee tramin:, program is supervised by I Corp. for the UN units under its control Dahlhauser, a troop informatioi and education specialist in UT 1851h Engineer Combat Bat talion's Headquarters and Serv ice Company, has been in Kore. since last September. A 1953 graduate of Doras Col lc:'e, • Dubuque, he entered tli Army in April 1954 and complet cd basic truinint; at Fort Leoaat Woud, Mo. NOTICE OF REGULAR ANNUAL ELECTION in DRAINAGE DISTRICT NUMBER NINE (9), Kossuth Coufliy, Iowa. i Public notice is hereby given that the second regular annual election of Trustees for Drainage District Number Nine (9) of Kossuth County, Iowa, has been called to be held and conducted at the school building in Section Thirty-five (35) of Whittcmorc Towriship within said District, on the 16th day of January, A. D. 955, between the hours of 8:00 'clock A.M. and .7:00 o'clock J .M., at which election all ot he owners of land assessed for Season's Greetings from BUNKQFSKE BARBER SHOP benefits in said Drainage District may vote for the election of one Trustee, who is a resident landowner within Election District No. 1 (the North District), to serve for a term ol three years, to suceed Francis Kollasch, whose term of office as a present Trustee of said Election District will eX- pirc on January 22, 1955. William Runch«y, Chairman of Board of Trustees. By order of said Board. (Published in the Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moines on Dec 21 and Dec. 28, 1954) HOLIDAY May Your Holiday Cheer go on and on! FRANK & EM'S CAFE THE HOUSE OF TASTY FOOD 4 1 A Chitstmas Message Now, in the midst of your holiday hap.pi- ness and gaiety; we at "Ernie Williams" want to take this opportunity io thank you sincerely for your friendship and for your fine patronage in the past. We look forwBrd lo rendering you our best service in tha year lo come* and lo that end we have for you now a complete staff of ox- periencsd personnel, who'have all modern taciiilies lo serve our farm friends. We have added, at "Ernie WilHams," a number of new things in the way of equipment. Two new service trucks are . cm Jiand to meet -your needs, tfiih quick delivery. Our parls deportment has bcon augmented, so that your needs can be met when vou nresenl them to us. And !wc< expect" gi'e'at things from JOHN DEERE in 1955 ... so when you want Hie best in aervica auU equipment, remember that "Ernie Williams" is ready io.hclp! And Al! The Gang Send You OSCAR KASSEBAUM Office ANDY ANDERSON Sales To All Of Our Good FARMER FRIENDS The entire staff of "Ernie Williams" wishes to extend warm holiday greetings to you . . . and lo say further that it is our sincere wish thai you will prosper in the year 1955 and all the years to follow. AL WITTKOPF Parts ERV MITTAG Service HARRY SKOGSTROM Service Your John Deere Dealer ALGONA, IOWA WALT WiTZEt Service

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