The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 8
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B-Atgana (ta.) Upper Peg Matrix Thursday, June 23, 195$, ' Beiiz-Householder Nuptials Miss Ardis Eloine Beitz, daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Fred Beitz of Algona, was married, on June 5, to Charles Calvin HOUSP, holder, son of Mr and Mrs Calvif Householder of Lone Rock. Tlu double ring ceremony was per formed by Rev Loesch, nt the Trinity Lutheran Church in A! gona. The bride had attended Algonc nigh school, and was employed a.- a waitress at Frank and' Em .Cafe. The bridegroom is a grad uate of Lone Rock high schooi where he was very active ir sports, Leroy Decker of Algona served as best man, and the bride's at- tendents were Alice Smith of Ai- gona and Jean Champion of Lone Rock. Mrs Lauren Brown was the pianist, and the Lord's Prayei was sung. A reception was held in- thc church, following the wedding, for friends and relatives. Lucille Krause, Glenda Rike and Linda Pentecost, all of Algona and Mrs Gene Blanchard of Lone Rock served the refreshments. The couple will make their home in Lone Rock. Hohlf-KoIIasch Wedding In a ceremony performed Tuesday at 9 a.m. by the Rt. Rev. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's Catholic 'church here, Marjorie Kollasch, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Kollasch of Algona, became the bride of Virgil L. Rohlf, son of Mr and Mrs Julius Rohlf of Swea City. Robert Rohlf anc Donald Kollasch attended the bndegroom, and Moreen Kollascr 'and Marlene Ferguson were bridal attendants. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Plantation at 3 p.m. followed by a wedding dance there Tuesday evening. The young couple left on a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination, and will- return next week. The bridegroom was recently named as office manager for the Kossuth A.S.C. office here, succeeding Herman Studer, who resigned. Graham Reunion Mr and Mrs Glen Graham attended a family reunion Sunday at Humbojdt. There were 60 persons in attendance, Mr and Mrs Jay Graham, Glen's parents of Burt being among them, Bridge Club Hostess Ruby Murtha was hostess to the members of her bridge club Tuesday evening. 'Triple-A" Reunion' A meeting of former "Trlple-A" girls with their husbands and families met Sunday at Clear Cake. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Lester Hagen (Edith Reynolds) of Titonka, Mr and Mrs \Vayne Koppen (Lucille Peterson; jf Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Tom Fickbohm (Dorothy Wich- :endahl) of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Montag (Marquerite Dahl nauser) of West Bend, Mr and .Vlrs Everett Steven (Doris Genrich), Algona. The Triple A has undergone many changes, in :luding the name. It is hoped -hat interest will be stimulated jnd that in another year the attendance will be considerably larger. ited Cross Group Met A planning meeting for a Home Nursing Program to, be presented over WOI-TV Station, Ames, next fall was held with a uncheon at' the Johnson Hous* Thursday, June 16, by the Kus- uth County Red Cross Chapter 'he meeting was conducted by vlrs Helen Eaton from Midwest- rn Area Headquarters, for Red >oss, St. Louis. Those in at- endance were Mrs Helen Kelley, Chapter Chairman, Mrs John "oth, Nursing Services Chairman, tlrs R. G. Richardson, newly ap ointed Home Nursing Chairman, 'oyce Hay den, Nurse Recruitment Chairman, Antoinette Bon- tetter, Home Nursing Instructor and Executive Board Members Open House For Guesl Miss Lillian E. Dimmitt, well remembered by her friends from Morningside College and Sioux City, will be the weekend house guest of her nephew, James Kolp of 1415 E. State St., Algona. Miss Dimmitt, now 87, is still active in educational and social functions at Morningside. The new dormitory at the college has been named the "Lillian E. Dimmitt Hall" in her honor. The Kolps will hold open house Sunday afternoon, June 26, between 2:30 and 4:30 for Miss Dimmitt's friends in this locality who would like to visit with her. family Picnic Held A family picnic was held Sun day at Mr and Mrs Walter Lichter's with 50 in attendance. Among those in attendance from a distance were Mrs Lorraine Arn.dorfer , Campbell of Los Angeles, Calif,; Mr and tytrs Ray McKenna of San Diego, Capt Gordon Loebig, his wife and chil-' dren, Judy and Susie, of Mineral Wells, Tex., who" are here visiting the parents, Mr and Mrs John Arndorfer and the brother- in-law and sister, Mr shd Mr* Walter Lichter and other relatives. B. & P. Women Install The Business and Professional Women's Club met at the Johnson House for a 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening for their regular business meeting. Members of the Ft. Dodge club attended and installed the new local officers. They are President, Leona Smith; vice president, Nellie Van Allen; recording secretary, Marie Lampright; Financial, secretary, Helen Comfort; and treasurer, Alice Reding. The Ft. Dodge club wafc the sponsor of the AJgona Club Knitting Club Picnic Members of a knitting club held a picnic dinner Tuesday noon ai the Ambrose Call State Park. Members are Mrs W. H. Brandow, Mrs Ernie Godfredsen, Mrs Herb Hedlund, Mrs Casey Loss, Mrs S. D. McDonald, Mrs Harry McMurray, Mrs Charles Patterson, Mrs Bertha Pommer,, Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mrs George St John, Mrs Cleve Stewart, Mrs Mattie McWhorter, Mrs J. J Wadleigh and Mrs Laura Woito. president of the Lone Rock byterian Women's Spciety for several years, arid Was a Sunda* School teacher.' '".-:. .:•.-," », She il, s ^ iv * d J&X'«Bht k*6- fliers and sisters. They are: Mrs Henry Manual jurt; fe: C.hlr- Jes Morris, Mrs P. M. Chrlstehson i!f h "t*" 1 ^ a] ! of Lone rs Louise Godden, Forest Will Krueger, Atwatej, inn.; Albert Krueger, Fair* ° n *i a ™L Ed Krueger, Roseau, Minn. Other survivors include five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. ,;, • Pallbearers 'were George s> m ek ., J° hns °*V Gerald odden, Wendell Jensqn, Milton Madison and Melvin Christenson. Two speeders paid $£ and costs for their violation, in Mayor Linda Clapsaddle's court this week. ' x Art i»V, r i. D ' B ° wei< ?. For t Dodge, and William J. Elberts, Algona were the men fined. They were the only two arrested all week. A BEAUT Jells the slory of this Plymouth, a rich green 1951 four-door, with \7,000 actual miles; and in superb shape. $69$ lafces if at'; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona. ':'* •»,'-, Birthday Dinner Mrs Emma Dehnert entertained at a iamiJy party last week, Wednesday evening, June la, ii> honor of the birthday of her daughter, Mrs R. K. Johnson. Others in attendance were the honoree's sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Howard Forsberg/ and Mr and Mrs Ed Pilcher and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Howard Hedrick and hei husband, R. K. Johnson. Services Held For tone Rock Woman Monday Funeral services for Mrs Will- Jam Christenson, 59, well-known Lone Rock woman, were held Monday in the Presbyterian church there at 2 p.m. Rev. C E. Nordine officiated at the rites and burial followed in* the Burt Township Cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home of AJgona was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Christenson died Friday afternoon at ' the Christenson's farm home near Lone Rock, following an illness of a month. Frances, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Krueger, was born August 11, 1895 at Lone Rock. s , h . e was the youngest of nine children, and spent her entire life at Lone Rock. She was married to William Christenson, June 12 1912 &t Algona. They had twi children, but the daughter, Verda Belle, died in 1936. A son, Ron- aid, Lone Rock, and Mr Christenson survive. Mrs Christenson served as NELS and KAY ISAACSON take pleasure in Announcing: Coming at . 'x BROWN'S STUDIO at Ray's Market LAKE VALLEY CHEESE FINE GRANULATED SUGAR 10 Lbs. WASHING POWDER VEL 2 Reg. Pkgs. 47 SPAM 39° HUNTS (14 02. Bottle) Tomato Catsup VAN CAMP'S Grated Tuna JACK SPRAT (No. 300 Can) Pork 'n Beans JACK SPRAT OLEO Margarine SWANSON'S CHICKEN OR TURKEY Frozen Pies DUNCAN HINES (3 KINDS) Cake Mixes 5 BTLES. 5 CANS 1 10 CANS S LBS. 1 $1 4 PKGS. 1 Kool - Aid Assorted Flavors 3 lOc U. S. GOOD CLUB STEAKS Ib. 49c NEW CALIF. LONG WHITE SHAFTER Potatoes 10 ibs. 39c SWEETHEART TUBE Tomatoes 25c SPRIG 1c Sale EXTRA NICE FOR THOSE SALADS So-o-o Tender and Delicious They'll Melt In Your Mouth I DECKER'S VALUE Sliced Bacon - Ib. 29c TENDER & LEAN Beef Roasts - Ib. 35c SWIFT'S ESSEX Sum'r Sausage Ib. 59c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT QUARTER BEEF SALE Big Bologna - Ib. 39c LEAN, BONELESS BUTTERFLY (All CENTER CUTS) Pork Chops - Ib. 79c U.S. GOOD Cut & Wrapped For Your Locker °ctSf ICE CREAM - M Gal. 69c . MR . PEANUT BUTTER ......... 39e MRS. TUCKpi'S PUBE • 3 I RS VEG, SHORT'NING..,;..,69e LADY BETTY WAFf R SWEET PICKLES BROWN luy On* at . Price 2nd Ctn. Wvi Btlt. 1 :••>. •'- ? >. .tifc-t vi'^vii ve-y^ »r^ ; ;'!

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