The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1955 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1955
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June West, Verne Reding Wed April 13 At Wesley ' ' "*' By M« Viola Studer Adcl.Wfest, aad-<' ghter'of Jdr and Mrs Paul Studet, becatne the bride .of Verrie Reding, /son of? Mr,.and .Mrs '.George Rfedirtg iof Ottosen, Wednesday riiornihgr Advil 13,at,8:30. THey were \marne,d ln^ St.. Joseph's Catholic fohttfch by, Reyi: ••&. N. lein, \yhoV jpfer|qVme,d 'the 'double ring cprfen^ofty.')x._ ; , ;,f f .v ; ;. •Mar^anrifRedirig, sister .of the bridegrobnl, Was matron of honor; Lavon^Matern, of :Meservey, coy- sin of, - : th'e" btide. .and Carolyn Studer ;<pf' Gpfwith, sister of the bride,'.$efe bridesthaids. •-' ' Muriel Jean Sluder, sister . f di' the bride, Was. flower 'girl;..Jerry Vltzthum, cousin of the "bride, was ring bearer. Harvey Reding, a Jprother of the' bridegroom* was best" man; Joe Reding, cousin of the bridegroom: arid Walter West, uncle of the bride .were groomsmen": Jim iCapesius and Kenneth Studer V/ere ushers. •. .• : Jimmy Eisenbacher, Bobby Rlchtsmeier, Steve Studer and Steve, poughan • were acolytes. :: The bride's dress Was chapel length, Cathedral train ;.of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle oVer You re Ihvfted! Algona High School's Class Will Be Presented Saturday IVehing, April 30, at 8 P.M. In The School Auditorium Time Out For A Comedy Hit From Broadway Will Please You, Tickle Your Funnybone, And Introduce You To A Cast of Excellent Actors and Actres- -S'&s •£ rovrrThe- "S atin. She wore a tiara of lace nd silver'sequins and veil of illu- ion net. She wore a three s'trand pearl necklace,- a gift of the bridegroom. The bride's bouquet was in orchid with white carnations. Sister Mary Louis was organist and the adult choir sang the nuptial High Mass. __ Mrs Floyd Egger.t, aunt of'the jridegroom served breakfast to the bridal party. The wedding dinner. was served' to the 150 guests at the K. ;C. Hall near Algona. ' Leona Reding had charge of the guest book. Irene Foertsch, Colleen Studeif* Bonnie Cratts, Betty 'Mae Becker, and Mary Agnes Olberding and Maryann Berte were table waitresses. The young couple left on a short wedding trip. They will farm south of Woden. (Bridal Photo by Nels Isaacson, Brown's Studio) Don't Miss It! Admission — Adults SOc Students 35c At A -group of Wesleyans went to Madrid Friday for an-all .day missionary meeting in the Evangelical Free Church. Those who went Were Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson, Mr and Mrs Henry Swansori and Mesdames Lester mark, Edna Wubben, Frank Johnson, Fred Bentele, Georgs Seaberg; Guy Dimond, Del Rogness and Elizabeth Leicher. Infant Baptised The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Rollin.Studer on Monday, April 4 was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Lyn-, COME IN AND SAVE! INTRODUCTORY TIRE SALE! . '. presenting the new LOW - COST Super-Cushion Tire ne. The' paternal . grandfather Herman Studer and the maternal grandmother, 'Mrs Leonard Klocke wer,e sponsors. Mrs Joe Meurer was broughb home ' Sunday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had surgery. Mrs Wilfred Loebig entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Tom Forburger, Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter arid Mrs'.Martin Hamilton were'guests; , Mr and Mrs Reese Martin and C&rol .and Patricia G,oetz returned home Tuesday night frprn Milwaukee, where, they-had spent several days over the Easter weekend with the' Martin's daughter Sharlene who attends,,St. Mary's Academy-there.' •••'•. •' 5 Mr and Mrs, Victor 'Loetajg .and Kay and Joah Grant'spent several days over the Easter we'ekend in Milwaukee, where they visited their daughters, Sister Mary Givonni and Ellen. Mr and Mrs George Cink and their son Ed Cink of Woden went to Fort Dodge Friday where Mr Cink had a medical checkup. Mrs Al' Wagner spent some time last week in Fort Dodge with her son, Bennie Wagner, who was a .pfflticTj* • in. • si. hospital thor?. . Janice Paulson,. Darlene Sillm'an and'sMoyce-.Smith. gave 'a- dinner party in the Orville Smith home Sunday evening for classmates and friends. All are Britt seniors. Members of the'Methodist choir and the youth group are invited to a party in the John Paulson home Thursday evening, April 21 in honor of Janice Paulson's 18th birthday. Nancy arid Steven Doughan spent the weekend in Minneapolis with aunts and an uncle. The K.Y.N. Circle of the Math-dist church met Wednesday at the Glenn Smith home, with Mrs Joha Paulson assisting. The Ruth Circle met at the Richard Smith home Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Alvin Swanson and family and Mrs Henry Swanson spent Tuesday afternoon with the letter's sister, Mrs Amy Anderson who was observing a bhithday. Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson accompanied by Mr and Mrs Henry Anderson and Amy Anderson of Britt went to Fairmont, Sunday afternoon to visit their cousin Mrs S. J. Brooks, aged 86, who had fallen and broke her hip a week ago. Carol Hansen R. N. of Univer- 'he young couple will begin farm- ng on the Fred Eden farm, east f Woden., .__„;, Mr and-MwiTack Bohft of Anws pent the weekend at the parental * ieo file'ich and Fried Bonn homes. Mr and Mrs Ray Wilhelmi 01 \u3tin, ..Minn, were Easter Sunday guests at the home of theii Son Carl Albee and family. Oavid Kleinpeter of Des Moines came Friday eveWng and spent ;he weekend at the parental L. H. Kleinpeter home. His wife and two cnildren who: spent last week at ;the parental 'Kleinpeter nnu Joe Miller homes returned home him Sunday'afternoon. Mr .and Mrs Harold Seifert and son of Britt visited his mother Mrs Mary Seifert and his sister. Mrs Carl Albee ,and family Friday evening. dunday dinner guests at the Ed Micke . home were tyrs Sophia Hildman, Beatrice and Leo and .vir' and Mrs Clair Htldman and 'amily . Mr and Mrs /Harold Luken ol Minneapolis were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs Viola Studer and their rnother, Mrs Jennie Luken. The latter accompanied ;;hern to Minneapolis for a visit Mrs Gayle M. Studer entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Friday afternoon, April 15 for medical care. . ' • i Mrs "Bud" Hauptman and chil- ' dren of Bancroft brought Mrs 1 Anna Hauptman home Friday She had spent several days at the home of her son. 'Mrs Hauptman and children also visited her sister, -Mrs Gayle Studer and family. Mrs Mary Seifert spent Saturday nite and Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs Rudolph Bohn at Garner. Her granddaughter, Mary Bohn, came for her and brought her home. Mr and Mrs Carl Albee and family spent Sunday in Marshall- town visiting his brother* Nor- Thuwday, ApHI 2t, 1WS Ajflona (fa.) Upper DM man Albee and family. • • Mrs Mary Seifert received word hat. her daughter Mr.s Lewis Dudo of *Mason City entered Mercy hospital there Sunday anb lad surgery Monday. Open House At Titonka Bank On Saturday By Mrs Geo. Sachau T«»on)r-—Tim Titonka Savings Bank will hold open house Saturday, April 23, from 2 till 5 ana 5:30 till 9 o'clock. They have .noved into their new location and have been there about two weeks and invite everyone to inspect it Saturday. There will be favors for the men, women and children and 16 prizes including four $25 bonds and twelve $2 bills. You do noi lave to be present to win, jus! register sometime during the day They will serve coffee and cookie? •.o ail. The Boyken families along with their employees, welcome you. Mr and Mrs Earnest Jesse an< family and Mr and Mrs Rober Neilsen and Johnny of Albert Lea were Easter visitors at the homo of Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller. Mr and/Mrs Dennis Dreesman and family have arrived from Key West, Florida, where Dennis has been stationed in the navy. He has been discharged -and will be on his father's farm northwest of Titonka. W. C. Clark of New York City vas spending last week visiting is father Frank Clark and his rother Harold of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Clarence Gingrich re the parents of a baby girl ,avida Sue, born Monday, April 4 t Buffalo Center hospital. The Senior class of 55 left Fd* day on their skip day trip to Minneapolis where they will at- end the Ice Follies and other points of interest. Their "class sponsor, Sylvan Theisse, and Mr and Mrs Robert Lang chaperoned hem. Robert Lang also was the driver of the bus. Jean and Linda Ginrich. dau ghters of Mr and Mrs Harold Gingrich, were weekend guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs Joyal Gingrich and their aunl and family the Arthur Petersons. Raymond Franzen, sou of Mr and Mrs Herman Franzen. has been spending his 15 day furlough with home 4olks. He has been stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Mr and Mrs Holger Neilsen and Mr and Mrs Robert Neilsen and Johnny of Albert Lea were Friday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller. Mr and Mrs Loyal Gingrich and Mr and Mrs Arthur Peterson and son were Easter visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Gingrich and family. 3-Day Retreat For Students The Rev. Gerald J. Guida, S. J., opened a three-day retreat for high school students at St. Cece lia's on Monday morning. Each day's exercises begin with Mass and Holy Communion ana close with Benediction of tha Most Blessed Sacrament. There are four general conferences on the eternal truths each day. Between t these there 14 an 'opportunity for private talks with" 'the retreat master. Silence is observed during the day to provide an atmos- J phere conducive' to ptayer and thought. '• . i Bancroft Man In Car Mishap Bancroft—Leo Kemna, son ot 'Mr and Mrs John Ketnha, met Iwith a .car-tractor accident near Mount Ayr, Iowa, last Friday night, April 8. ...... He was driving his car when the collision occurred with a tractor > driven by Rev. John Potter, pastor of a Baptist church. Rev.. Potter was taken tp the Ringgold county hospital, but Leo was able to return to Bancroft Saturday evening without serious injury. COLD STORAGE 'Protects Your Precious Fun Against * MOTHS * FIRE * THEFT Phone 204W for pick-up THE EUTE SHOP Agency for Marshall & Swift Furs . : ; ' (15-16-17) .. .with high-priced features! PRICES ».Wx16 ""^o&c^iy/QWpr/cw In Wfofo SMtwalh fop/ plus tax and recappable tire. Size 6.70 x 15. ,., Your Old Tires Are Your Down Payment As Low As $1,25 A Week For A Pair Headquarters For Tubeless Tires sity hospital, Iowa City and Hansen of State College, Ames spent the weekend at the parental Theron Hansen home. Willis H. Lyons of the State Temperance League will be guest speaker Sunday, April 24, in "the Methodist church at 11 a.m. The Quarterly Conference will be held at the Methodist church Thursday evening, April 21. Dr. , Fred Ortmyer of Algona will be I in charge. Aline Martinek has signed a contract to teach music for her second year at Knoxville. She will attend summer school at Cedar Falls. Herman Adolf of Richmond, California, visited by phone Friday evening with his s'ster, Mrs Will Martinek. Mrs Ida Funnemark had as her visitors one day last week Mrs Anna Blain and son Vernon of Gary, S.' D. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek spent several days last' week with his two sisters, Mrs T. J. Franzen of West Union and Mrs T. M. Franzen of Hawkeye and their families. Mr and Mrs V. O. Johnson oi Albert City spent Thurdsay her' at the home of their son Stan Johnson and family. | Emma Studer returned Wed: nesday from her winter's stuy | with relatives in Phoenix, Ariz , bad at Tucson. Mr and Mrs J. P i btucter met her in M.a$on City. | Connie. Lickteig entertained a group of classmates at her 811 birthday party Thursday after school at her parental Jack i Uckteig home. -•»• Mr and Mrs Jack Harp am daughter of Storm Lake spen the.Aprjl I' weekend at the par ehtal, John Rjcrjter horns- „ Mr and,,Mrs AJvin Eden .arrivec here last week from Colorado Springs, Colo. He had receivec his discharge from the army afte two y e <Nr°§ 5S«F>yic£. - J^tes J£4.en i th« former lenz Reising, daughte of Mr and Mrs Andrew JJeising Ask Your Nei HE WILL TELL YOU THAT GAS IS THE .',''• ! CLEANEST FUEL YOUR MONEY CAN BUY No. 5 jin a Series HOME OF FRED GRONBACH 1313 East Oak Street "Here are figures to tell why we're happy with natural gas heat. From October 28 until March 28, our total gas bill for cooking and heating was $82.65. That's considerably less than $100 for nearly an entire heating season. And it's far cleaner, too." ABC'S of Better Living . . A - automatic Gas heat is completely automatic. No fuel to order or store. Nothing is required beyond the touch of a fipfler to the convenient thermostat. Lighted in the Fall and set at any temperature, your homo is kept at an even, healthful temperature thru-out Ihe coldest wintpr. B - beauty Gas Heating appliances, for any heating purpose, are among the most beautiful and efficient that modern engineering skill cajn des&n, They are streamlined, compact and honestly made fpr yeftrs of iitf-top Service. C - cleanliness Gas Heat is clean. There, are no clinkers or ashes to be removed ... no smoke, soot or dirt of any kind. Th,e basement remains M clean as a new pin and may be fully utilized for any household purpose. A GAS "CONVERSION" UNIT fan be installed in your present furnace for little or no down payment, and as little as $6.7$ a MONTH. You can take four yeajs to pay. North Central Public Service 1413 PERRY GAS CO, ALGONA

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