The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 19
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Livermore Man Weds May 27; Plans To Farm By Lena Altman Liyeifmote—Bernice L. Weiss, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ewald A| Weiss of Beaver Township, became the bride of Marvin Gronbach, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Gronbach of Livermore, Friday, May 27, at the Zion Lutheran church in Beaver Township. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Elmer Strelon. Mrs Edgar Eilers, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs Frank Tanner of Eagle Grove and Mrs Deanne Telford of Ottosen. Robert Gronbach, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Connie Christensen, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl, and Luke Strelon was ring bearer Ushers were Edger Eilers of Campbell Hill, 111., and Donald Warmbier of LuVerne. The bride is a graduate of Humboldt high school and she has since been employed in Pt. Dodge. The bridegroom is a graduate of Livermore .high school, and he returned home recently from four years in the navy. After a wedding trip, they will made their home in a tenant house on the Nick Bormann farm west of town. The bridegroom is assisting his father, Klmer Gronbach, in farming. Club Hostess Mrs Clifford Baker entertained the Just For Fun Club members and Mrs George Lenertz at her home Wednesday afternoon. At auction bridge, high prize went to Lena Altman, second high to Mrs Lenertz, and traveling prize to Mrs Anna Welter. Hostess At Bridge Mrs Richard McKenna entertained a foursome at a bridge party at her home Tuesday even' ing. After the playing of bridge, refreshments were served. Parish Guild Meeis The June committee, of ,the Sacred Heart Guild entertained the guild members in the parish hall last week Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Richard McKenna. Donald Smith, son of Mrs Johanna Smith, seminarion, who accompanied four friends on a trip to the eastern states and Canada, gave a talk on his trip and showed pictures. The remainder of the afternoon was spent at five hundred. High prize went to Josephine Weidemier, traveling prize to Lena Altman, and "c'oft* solntion prize to Kate McKenna. Mrs Anastarious Christophelous and two sons of Chicago, 111. STRICTLY BUSINESS RADIO CONTltOLLED RO&QT M DiM>*htle the bomb yourtetf-—think I w*nt to get mjr electronic head blown off?" ' arrived Thursday for a visit with her sister, Mrs Alvin Lenertz. Michy Logue is visiting his aunt in Algbna while Mrs Logue is in Red Oak with -Mr Logue. The Frog Hollow Club was entertained at the home of Mrs Alice Hanifon and ; daughter Anna, Thursday afternoon. This is their last meeting until Sept, 15. At the business meeting the following officers for the new year were elected: President, Anna Hanifon; vice president, Mrs Bill Jergerson; and secretary and treasurer, Mrs Jess Jerger- son. Burdette Frederick of Washington state is spending a week'? vacation here with his parents. Mr and Mrs John Frederick and his brothers, Laurence and Harold Frederick. Mrs Harry Clark, who spent the past three week's visiting her parents in Montana, has returned home. Mrs Mabel Paulson opened her home to the Contract Club members Saturday afternoon. Following, a dessert luncheon contract bridge was the afternoon's diversion. Mrs George Lenertz took the prize for high. score. Other prizes were won by Mrs Jessamine Miller and Mrs Joe Sanders, Mr and Mrs John Devine and family of Grand River and Mrs Mary Ann Thomas and son Dennis, of Waukegan, 111. visited last week with their mother, Mrs Bess Devine. Mr and Mrs Fred Pooch entertained at a birthday dinner Sun- dffy'in honor of the birthday of George Scuffham of Algona. Those present were Mr and Mrs George Scuffham and son Jimmy, who recently returned home froni Korea and Jdnet Scuffham and Nancy Simmons of Algona; Mr and Mrs .John Hopkins and two daughters and Sadie Hopkins all of Algona. Afternoon visitors at the Pooch home were Mr and Mrs George Johnson of Algona ahd Mr and Mrs George Smith of Alden, la. Mr Smith is Mr Pooch's uncle. There was a Taylor family reunion Sunday at the Dean Zeman home, in honor of Mr and Mrs Orin Zeman and family, who are here from Los Angeles, Calif., visiting his mother, Mrs Myrtle Bachman and his brother, Dean Zemon and family. The Rev. and Mrs Louis Konz and 6 children of Alabama visited from Saturday until Wednesday at the home of the' Rev. O. William Luecke and family. He is having a year's leave as a missionary in Africa. Mrs August Paulson was hostess to the Delta Dek Club members and Mrs Edna Bowes, Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs Anna Welter and Mrs L. E. Kay at her home Friday afternoon. Following luncheon auction bridge was played.' High prize for members went to Mrs Gale Berryhill and high for guests to Mrs Francis Murphy. Second high went to Mrs Jessomine Miller. Mrs Harold Stoddard was hostess to the W.S.C.S. at her farm home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Lela Heiter, who has been in poor health at her home, is now at the home of her son in Spencer. Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith and two children and Mrs Lizzie Nygaard attended a Nygaard family reunion Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Tom McKenna, Mrs Mike Kisch, Mrs Henry Monson and Mrs Genevieve. Weydert attended the wake at Eagle Grove Tuesday for Gertrude Merrill, sister of Mrs Tom Devine. Rev' and Mrs O. William Lueckle are receiving a visit from his parents from Alabama. Mrs Ernest Haack entertained the Pinochle club members at her farm home Tuesday afternoon. High prize for Pinochle went to Mrs Frank Hoffmann and consolation prize to Mrs Elmer Gronbach. Refreshments were served later in »he afternoon. Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou have gone to Tucson, Ariz., where they will spend a short time With Mrs Cayou's sister, Mrs Fred Falb arid family. Mr and Mrs CayoU are planning on moving to Tucson in the fall. Everything it takes fc."IOPS" STANDARD GASOLINES and all 'round performance... and raised to ?fa Highest Octane levels in our history STANDARD WHITB CROWN and RED CROWN Gasolines have been stepped up to the highest octane ratings • in our sixty-six year hiatory ... designed to give smooth, knock-free performance in the most modern or high compression engines—and older cars too. But important as octane is, good gasolines need something more. They must be balanced to give you top performance with controlled volatility—the tight gasoline for the right season; no vapor lock even in the hottest summer weather, and clean- burning for efficient, economical performance, Try o tankful forfery, and drive away convinced tKSf thw goteKntt have wiyfJwig H tafoc /o U /opt. You expect more from (STANDARD) and get it! STANDARD Oil PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phone 132 $tgte & Jomn Elberf-Rahm Nuptials Set For June 29 By Mrs Phil Arndorfer St, Benedict —A shower in honor of Sondra Elbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Elbert of Algona, whose approaching mar- s riage to Joe Rahrn, son of Mr and Mrs Magus Rahm, Algona, will be June 29, was held Sunday p.m. at the K.C. Hall. She received many useful gifts. Joe is employed by Bradley Bros, of Algonn and the new couple will make Algona their home. Mr and Mrs Henry Pfeffer welcome H little girl into their home. She was born June 13. This makes them a family of two girls and two hoys Julia Raney, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Hoyt Raney, Wesley, was a weekend guest of Ida Mae Kutschiira, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Jack Kutschara. The little son of Mr and Mrs James Arend of Corwith, wns baptized Sunday, June 19, at St. Benedict. Sponsors were Deloris Kunz, an aunt of the newcomer, and Darrell Arend, a cousin. The ftame chosen was' Daniel. Mrs Carl Brown arrived home from the Mercy hospital, Tuesday, June 14. We are glad to have her back as her stay was longer than expected. Gallstones caused surgery. Mr and Mrs Bob Hardcopf Jr. of Ames were weekend visitors at the letter's mother's home. On Monday, June 13, Vicki Siemer, the younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Siomer of LuVerne, came to stay two days with Jane Arndorfer. She had her tonsils and adenoids removed, June 1, and this was a promised vacation, after she had recovered sufficiently to go. Leo Youngwirth's stepmother, Mrs Caroline Arndorfer had the misfortune recently to break a hip. She resides at Burbank, Cal. Stella Arndorfer, Dean Rieser, Vicki Siemer, Jane Arndorfer and Kathryn Arndorfer motored to the Ben Capesius' home June 13 for a short visit, plus an all around inspection of the new home now under construction being erected by Elead Wegner. Everything seemed to be going well. This is a 3 bedroom one story home and within six or seven weeks all the finishing touches should be on. A correction on last week's news—Mrs Denn Bierl of St. Benedict was among the guests at the fish fry at the Jack Ludwig home the Sunday evening of June 5. Her name was unintentionally left out. The St. Benedict Card Club held its last get together Thursday evening June 10, at the home of Mrs Mary Daley. High prize was won by Mrs Dan Froehlich Sr. of St. Benedict. Dessert luncheon was served by the hostess. Mrs Ben Dorr will have the next party, Dorothy Arndorfer of St, Benedict visited at the home of Bob's parents, Mr and Mrs Bob Hardcopf Sr. of LuVerno. Dennis Carroll of LuVerne has come home from the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. He arrived Thursday evening, June 16, and had« been a patient for about three weeks, having had a severe heart attack. His release makes Dennis feel very happy because he had been feeling fine and being cooped up was bad medicine so he reports. Father's Day dinner guests at the Philip Arndorfer home were Mrs Arndorfer's parents, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe. Mrs Maurice Eischen attended graduation exercises of a brother-in-law at Vermillion, S. D. Mr pnd Mrs Joe Namer, Wesley were June 15 evening callers in the home of Mrs Lou Kutschara of Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Joe Namer were at Emmetsburg Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Geo. Wessar. Mrs Wessar is Joe's mother and she is not feeling at all Thursday, June 13, 1954 Algona (la.) Upp*t Be* Mo!n*f~3 well. She has hnd several strokes and has a heart condition. She is 85 years old. All the* combined complications make it difficult for her. Portland 4-H On Project Tour The Portland Boys 4-H Club held their annuul club tour Thursday, June 9, We started the morning at the Davis homo where games were played to get the day started. The Davis Bros, showed us their Baby Beef. We then went to Jerry Koestlers where we viewed and judged his baby beef. Our next stop was at Corrine nnd Kermit Zwlcfels where their Dairy heifers were exhibited and judged. Next on the list were the Harms Bros, where they proudly presented their baby beevtes As the tour progressed we visited the Sparks Bros, nnd the Rasmussens homes where wo saw their baby beeves. We then went to the Trunkhill farm and saw their baby beeves and dairy heifer. Next to Bartlett and Stewarts to see their litters of pigs. STOLEN At Maquoketn, yeggs stole a 1,500 pound safe, a pickup truck and five auto tires. The safe and the vehicle were recovered but $175 in cash is still missing. NOTICE Home Federal of Algona it. pleased to announce an anticipated n«w current earning rate of 3% effective as of July Isr, 19SS and payable December 31*1, 1955. Thl* new increased earning rate will be on both Investment and Saving* Accounts, new and old. Money deposited by the 10th of any month earn* as of the 1st. Earnings paid semi.annually. All Accounts insured to $10.000 by F. S. L. t. C. An unbroken record of 38 yean service. HIGH EARNINGS — STRONG RESERVES — LIQUIDITY Accounts opened by mail—Simply tend check. INVESTMENTS AND HOME LOANS Home Federal Savings and Loan Association Algona, Iowa PAUSE FOR... STORZ it's refreshment time, Acre's no approach that matches Store for pleasure. Here is beer as beer should test* Crisp... clean,., satisfying yet never fffinf. Enjoy Bitter-Fret $torz sooo-^nericrt Ufht Ifefohtof Bw, FRESHING BEER tOflWff, ML $9it MNW9 <

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