The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1955 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1955
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In Verne Youth Weds Omaha Girl, March 5 were at the n»i i5 Va "u ge J ica rl Ch "rch, Saturday, March 5. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs /nom as McLaughlin of Joice and 1 »» e & oom is the son of Mr and Mrs George Johnson of Lu- Preceding the ceremony, Jean ; and Joan Johnson twin sisters of the bridegroom, sang "Whither Thou .Goest" Jean Johnson. accompanied by The double ring by the Re v- Har- w - old W/Delht in the presence of their immediate families., The bride was attfred in a light' navy blue dress, hat, gloves and' shoes, with white accessories and- wore a corsage of red roses. She- was attended by her sister: Sandra McLaughlin of Joice who wore a dusty pink dress with light accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Attending the bridegroom was his friend Don Johnson oi Algona. ' ( ,. -. . Following the service a dinner was served to the wedding party at Treloar's at Fort Dodge. Guests included the bride and > bride j groom, their attendants, parents' Mr and Mrs Thomas McLaughlin, daughter, Katmeen of Joice, Mr and Mrs George Johnson, Jean and Joan of LuVerne, the Rev. and Mrs Harold W. Dellit also LuVerne, and Robert and Richard Kain of Algona, close friends of the bridegroom. The- young couple left for Omaha, Neb. to make their 'home where Mr Johnson is employed by the Kellogg company. Back Froth Florida : ' • }Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelmt have returned from a Vacation trip to Miami, Florida where they visited their son-in-law and dau* ghter Mr and Mrs Kenneth AltS- hul and children, 'Janice and Steven. They also visited-their* landlord Mr and Mrs Ralph Lawrence of. Fort '. Dodge who are spending ther,Winter; itt (Florida. They were accompanied on the trip'by Mr and Mrs Dick Hahn of Johnson, Neb., sister of Mrs Wilhelmi.' " Major Surgery, Mr Henry: kubry who has been a patient at''Meftjy-. hospital, Ft. podge- since 'Feb, 28, Underwent itiajpr sttfgery .-ther-el Friday.' His condition. report -is '•• favorable as can' be considering his agd. Hospital Paiiertl ' ! \ . Friends' here'will be sorry to leatn that Irvin -Hof 'of Hum- pital, Fdr : patient ii t ; Dodge, suffering with ai; serious heart condition. Irvin is a former LtfVerne boy. J. J. Club Hostess , x The J. J. Club met Friday afternoon in the: home" of Mrs Herman Schulz.••'.. ' •:.,' '..'• 'The topic, for the program'was "Music Masters", ably .given by Mrs: Joseph Thorn. H : . Mrs Loycl Larsori -presided at the~ : ,routine business. Mrs' Schul!! served refreshments at the close of the meeting. " . '' . Infant'Christened ' 1 The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stoddard of Fort Dodge was christened Mildre.d Janet in the -Methodist church Sunday morning by the Rev. •. Robert Kessinger. Sponsors' were the baby's aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Theodore Johnson. Since 'Mrs Johnson is an invalid con- WELCOME 4-H CLUB MEMBERS Our Guests Saturday Will Be The LuVerne 4-H Club represented by leader, G. M. Will, LuVerne; President.' Roger Will, Corwith; V. P., Gary Wiilmeier. LuVerne. Congratulations to the 4-H Clubs in our community for the outstanding work they have done this year I Jack's 0. K. Tire Service fihed in her farm home, the baptismal service was again repeated at the farm homes ! 'At (JJiftter ;ftiies . "• > ;j • Attending the funeral rites' artd burial of Ferdinand Schip'uil' m Garner Suriday afternoon • were Mr ahd Mrs ^Albert A; Schipull) Mr aftd Mrs C.- O. McClelian. Mr ahd Mrs L..S. Pearsen, John Hefti, Mi and Mrs John Zimmerman. Mr arid Mr : s Albert Renniger arrd Mr and-Mrs* Marshall'Clanoy of Hardy. . . Ladles Aid Meets The Ladies Aid of! the Zion EvangeMcal Lutheran church met March 3. Rev. Louis Wittenburg, opened the; meeting., ': After the routine business, Mrs; Henry Pergand£ presented the prize number. In a guessing contest Mrs Paul Phillips was awarded the prize. , t • •, •Mrs Hugh Shirk was the hostess. • Mrs James Tiridall will be the hostess for the April meeting. tin (10) Anniversary Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Marty were pleasantly .surprised at their farm home north of Hardy Tues-r 'day evening, March 1, on their tenth'wddding anniversary. They received gifts and .refreshments brought were served. Attending were Mr and Mrs E. C. Marty, Donald Marty, Mr and Mrs William Marty, Kenneth and Melvin Marty, Mr and Mrs Andrew Marty, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, Marie Kay, Mr and Mrs J.,0. Marty, Adam Marty, Matt Marty a"nd Miss Emma Marty.- Hbnor Birthdays Mr and Mrs E< C.-Marty entertained guests for .dinner Sunday, honoring February and March birthdays and anniversaries. Birtday guests were E. C. Marty, Lawrence Marty, Norman Marty, Marie Kay'Marty, Melvin Marty, Matt Marty and Lena Elmer of Renwick. Anniversary guests were Mr and Mrs William Marty, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty and the host and hostess. Miss Donna Willey of Humboldt was also a guest. ,, Twelfth Birthday Marie Kay Marty celebrated her twelfth birthday with a party- Saturday afternoon in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Marty. Games were played and Marie Kay received gifts from her friends, Judy French, Wanda Hefty, Monica Markman and Sharon Smith. Her aunt Miss Esther Merkle assisted. Mrs Harlan Helm and Rdbbfn Jo of Crystal Lake visited Tuesday to ThW-adayi in the? hbmetdf he> parents Mr' and'Mrs 'Albert Hfefti. ' The Misses Beulah rind Doris Eggleston! of .Des Mo'ines were weekend visitors in' the. home of their parents Mr and ; Mrs George 1 A. 'Egglstoh. Sunday guests were daughters and sisters, Mr and Mrs Arthur HenEV and Janet of PocahOntas, Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and children' of, 'Wesley. :!•••••• Mr and Mrs'James Neville and Diane, Mrs Verft Aridrfews, Mark and Donna of Ames visited oVer the weekend' in the parental • Mr and Mrs A; W. Dimler home 1 . Mark Andrews remained for a longer visit., ; ; . , , , . , Jenn Heftiispem Hrie ;\v4ekend with friends Mr and Mrs Raymond Bravee and family near Goldfield. ..-...:••, Mr and Mrs B. E. Martin and Ronald spent the weekend in Cedar Falls. " • * Over 1 At i ( i ' • , • i • r• *• Elevator Party Held In Sexton By'The Village Gossip The new elevator office was well inspected during Sexton's Pancake Day. Manager Wilford Ward estimated an attendance of 200. Assistant Francis McMahon was registrar in charge of counting but when he got up to ten he started over again so they are not sure how many came. Among the distinguished visitors Were Mr Miley of Chicago, president; and Mr Miller of Cedar Rapids, vice president, of North Iowa Federal Grain Co. Assisting Aunt Jemima with serving were Mrs Kier and Mrs Wilford Ward and son, Melvin. Aunt Jemima came from Des Moines instead of the deep South. Among the comments heard from the men were, I wish my wife made pancakes like this'. Some o£ the' women answered with, this is the first time'we've gone out to eat for months. Injured In Fall Among those injured by falls on the ice were Mrs Verle Fraser, daughter of Mrs Mack Wise. ,She suffered a dislocated back rather than a break as was first feared. da, Emmetsburg and a feeding project near Rockwell Cjty. Mr and Mrs' Martin Mj spent a few days with the Pent ton .children.- 'while Mr arid Mrs,' Penton were' 1 in' Chicago.' 'Whfl? there Mrs Mimbach was the victim of one of those incidents that aren't so ahiusing at the tittle but make -a good Stdry to tell later. Mrs Mimbach: also must have set a baby sitting record as 1 she was' home for only thre6 nights during February. The Friendly dlub met at the home of Mrs John Jennings with Mrs Soren Didriksen assisting. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson -.gave • an informal talk on the inauguration and the. interesting' people seen at the ball. She also showed the-work she has done in ceramics learned in night school in Algona. The hostesses made a hit with the delicious cake they Served for lunch. Mrs 1 Mike Hofer and Mrs Bud Wieg were guests of Mrs Jennings at the party. If Dennis Goeders is just a little more slicked up. than usual it's because his Aunt Marie has been visiting. All that tobacco she i is -taking back to Minnesota isn't for herself. Seems Bill Goeders can't find the brand he wants- Up there.-' .• Mr and Mrs Frank Wise of Mason City brought three little girls to visit with Mr and Mrs Mack Wise and Lloyd. The children are cousins Mrs Wise is taking care of while there mother is working. Mrs John Stratton of Mason City was caught by the recent storm while in Algona for minor surgery. She spent a few days at the home Of her son, Mr and Mrs Max Stratton. Mary McMahon, our southern wanderer; has come home so spring must be just around the corner. Betty Movick of Humboldt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Irvin &TovIck of Ottosen, ,was honored lit- a miscellaneous; shower Pri-. day evening in the Commercial Club buUdlng. 1 . For the. program Mrs Ralbh-Richards gave a group Of readings and Marilyn Long sang a-vocal solo accompanied at the piano by Martha Usher. Assisting the bride-to-be with her gifts were Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Mrs Orlitt Olson of Humboldt. Hostesses were Mrs Clifford Lan- ; der of Humboldt, Mrs S. Nelson, Mrs Irvin Movick, Mi's Edward Zinnel, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Ralph Jacbbson and Mrs Louis Jacobson. . Plan' Oyster Slew ' , ,' , Group III pf the Lutheran Ladies Aid will serve an oyster stew supper on'Saturday evening, Mar. 12 in the' Commercial Club Building. Serving will start about 4:30 o.m. Along .with the oyster stew the grourj will serve maid^ites, pie and jello and coffee. They will also have some articles and bake goods for sale. Mrs Sylvan Jacobson is chairman of this group. ' : Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr Thursday, Mtireh 10, 1955 Algond (la.) Upper Dai Motne*-"3 and Mrs Paul Meyer and Mr nrrl Mrs Edgar Meyer, the latter of Fort Dodge, were hosts at a 500 § arty at the Victor Meyer home aturday evening. Those present wer*e Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford and,Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth. The Wacoustn Township Farm Bureau will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday evening, March 15 at the schoolhouse at eight o'clock. i Mrs Howard Hellickson and Mrs Osc&r Oppedahl attended a meeting for 4-H leaders and county committee members at the Legion Building in Humboldt Saturday afternoon. Mrs Olvin Haug accompanied her sisters Mrs James Barber of West Bend and Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City to Des Moines where they attended the State Girls basketball tournament Wednesday and Thursday. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Carol and Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton attended the games Wednesday. Jeffrey Brian,- infant son of Mi- and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, wad baptised Sunday morning 'during services at the Bode Lutheran Church. tyrs -Louis Jacobson carried the-baby ; and other sponsors were Louis Jacobson and Arlene Larson the latter of Bode. Mr and Mrs Antohe Waechter have heard from their son Pvt. Robert Waechter now stati&ned in Northern Japan. Mr and Mrs Percy Wdtnem and Lois Bell left Fridaysmornirig for Camp Chaffee, Ark. to. visit thij Watnem's son Pvt. Allan Watnem. They expected to return homa Monday or Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson and their daughter Mrs Marlyn Pflibsen and daughter Jeanne of Bode visited Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs William Olson and family nt ChaHes City. They celebrated the birthdays of Dr Olson and Phillip Olson. Twenty high school girls spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Ded Moines whore they attended the Slate Girls basketball tournament. Coach Gordon Jensen drove the school bus for the group. . Mrs Kenneth MeLuen and Miss Ruby Zaugg also accompanied them. U-D-M Classifieds Pay DJtrldendi Don't take Chances! With good dollars spent for seed, fertilizer, labor, gas, oil, taxes, interest, and other costs of producing a corn crop. You NOW can protect them from such unavoidable causes of loss as drought, flood, hail, wind, excessive rainfall, freeze, insect infestation, and plant disease. Come in and talk it over. Blossom Insurance Agency Federal Crop Insurance Agency LIVESTOCK Auction! As I am farming more land qnd discontinuing milking J will sell my livestock on my farm located 2 miles east, 3 miles south and % mile east of Frisby's^ State Line store; or. 5 miles north, '/< mile west of Swea City Community Hall, on Wed., March 16 Sale starts at 1:00 p.m. 42 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 42 8 Swiss Cows. 19 Shorthorn winter Calves. 8 Holstein cows, 6 Shorthorn cows. 1 3-yrf-old Shorthorn bull Complete line of Milking Equipment Sam Larson, Clark Bros., Auctioneer. First Trust & Saving* Bank, Armstrong, Clerk Mr and Mrs Walter Merkle of Saint Paul, Minn, spent the weekend with, his sister, Miss Esther Merkle. They also visited his aged father George Merkle, patient in the Roberts Rest Home in Algona. Mrs Louis Dellit of Clintpn came Friday to visit in the home of her son and family the .Rev. and Mrs Harold W. Dellit . ... The Canasta Club met in the home of Mrs Luverne Wittemeier Thursday evening. Two tables were played with high, Mrs Frank Gronbach and low Mrs C. O. McClellan. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Mr and Mrs Morris Esplanct and three daughters of Fort Dodge visited Sunday in the parental Mr and Mrs Ralp'h Dimler home. Mr and Mrs Jaspar Vaughn, daughters, Sharon and Carol of Corwith visited Sunday in the home of her mother Mrs Marie Stoddard. Mr and Mrs Darrell Moeding, son, Dana, twins, Debra and Diane visited Saturday in the parental Mr and Mrs William Moeding home 'and at the home of the grand and great grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Moeding, Sr. home. Harriet Sampson, daughter pf Mr and Mrs Lyle Sampson will live in the home o£ Mr and Mrs Curtis Morgan as she completes her freshman year at Vernon Consolidated 1 School. Her parents move near Humboldt this spring. Mrs Esther Bishey of Webster City visited Thursday and Friday in the home of her brother- in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Curtis Morgan. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt attended the state finals of the girls basketball in Des Moines Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Ray Stone and son Ronald visited Sunday in Ames with their daughter and sister Miss Marcia Stone, student at Iowa State College. They were all dinner guests in the home of their cousins, Mrs George Godfrey and Miss Bertha Godfrey. Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti went to Goldfield Saturday evening and helped his brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs William Hefti celebrate their birthdays. H. D. Ristau, his daughter MIT Fay Harmon and Mrs Charles Hinz visited their daughter and sister Mr and Mrs Albert Nielson and sons in Britt Friday. They also visited in the afternoon a; the Mr and' Mrs Vernon Ristau home in Clear Lake. He is a nephew of H. D. Ristau. Mr and Mrs Earl C. Grimes, sons, Larry, Jerry and Gary went to Woodward, Saturday evening and spent over the weekend in the parental Mr and Mrs George Grimes home. ^ Mr and Mrs Donald Clark, Ronald and Linda spent the weekend in the home of his parents in Jamaica. His father is seriously ill. Their two daughters Karen and Marlene live in the home of their grandparents and are seniors in the Jamaica high school. - / Mr and Mis Herman Schulz, their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Earl Gronbach, Jerry and Susan visited Sunday in Woodbine at the home of their daughter an(J sister Mr and Mrs Roy Roed and family. Mr and Mrs Wayne Barr and children of Fenton were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and Kevin. Mrs Fraser Lake with is 'Jiving at Clear the/ ' children while Verle has found work as a carpenter in San Diego, Cal., with his brother, Bob. Kenyon Gabrielson also took a bad tumble for a little fellow, knocking himself unconscious. He was sent home from school for the-rest of the day as he became sleepy -from the accident; ' ; ' Sexton business. men are be-', ginning to believe in advertising, from the looks of the green and white lettered jackets worn by Bob Kelley, Elaine Holtorf and Lloyd Wise. Most of the conversations around town that look like arguments are just earnest Cash- worders defending their .choice of words for number three'down. Mr and Mrs ^Max Stratton were hosts at' an old' 1 fashioned card party and oyster supper. Among the guests enjoying the evening were Mr and Mrs Harold Palmer and Mr and Mrs Wilfred St. John of Algona and Mr and Mrs Mack Wise and Lloyd-of Sexton. The girls in this area just aren't trying when one of our most eligible young fellows is receiving letters from a Lonely Hearts Club. 'Wilford Ward, as representative of Full-O-Pep feed and the North Iowa Federal Grain Co., conducted a tour of cattle feeders including Fred Asa, Ray Cunningham, Don Budlong, Cliff Krantz, and Vern Wegner of the Doan and Titonka areas. They visited farms at Renwick, Fon- Silver Wedding Observed By Ottosen Couple By Mrs Knut Oppedahl Otiosen — Mr 'and Mrs Lpran Daniel celebrated their Silver Wedding anniversary, Sunday afternoon, with open house in the Lutheran Church parlors. Rev. Harold Mountain read scripture arjd gave a short talk. Priscilla Holt played a flttte solo "and Mrs Leona Daniel of Humboldt spoke. Mf and Mrs Daniel were married March 5- at' the Bode "parsonage by Rev."'Haavik. ' Duane Jolliffe and Mrs Bernard Jacobs were attendants. 1 Mrs' Jesse VanBuskirk read a poem about being married 25 years. The Floyd Holt children Allan, Betty and Lou Ann of Al- gpna sang three songs with' actions. Lee Holt of Spencer^an ; nqunced.tbe prpgranu.M'rk Hom' Johnson of Boone had 'charge o the guest book, Mrs Bernard Jacobson of Bradgate and Mrs Keith'Daniel of Boxholm poured* Helping in the kitchen were Mrs Laurel Worster, Mrs Merle Holt, Margaret Holt, Mrs Floyc Holt of Algona, Mrs Paul Espi- npsa, Jr. of Mason City and Mrs Oliver Kinseth. Ninety-five guesU registered and came from Boone Boxholm, Fort Dodge, Mason City, Algona, Spencer, "Whittemore, Humboldt, and Bradgate. Birthday Honors Sunday guests at the Alben Helle home in the afternoon honored Mr Helle on his birthday; This was a surprise party. Those present were Mr and Mrs Alfred Vaag, Mr and Mrs. Joe Dale, Arlene Hanson and Robert Gord, Mi and ' Mrs Leslie Hoverstein all of Bode and Mr and Mrs Hanford • Bartelson and Kathy and Donny of Forest City. Sunday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Maurice Halsrud and Dennis of Bradgale. 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