The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
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Beauly. (Miss Marlyn Medina) and the little beasts—the most recent acquistjons to the enormous traveling zoo of Al G. Kelly and Miller Bros. 2nd largest Circus two baby tigers namely Joplin and Paris, named in honor of the two cities in which they were born, respectfully Joplin, Missouri and Paris, Texas during the first week of this year's tour. Coincidently the mother is named "Paris," the fact she was a product of "Jungle Imports" in 1946. arriving to begin her circus career at Paris, Tennessee an engagement Stand on that year's itinerary. More than 200 rare and unusual beasts and birds grace the block-long menagerie of Al G. Kelly and Miller Bros. Circus scheduled for afternoon and night performances at Algona on Wednesday, July 6th at the Kossuth fairgrounds. Kenneth Poppe, Ledyard, Weds A Minnesota Girl By Mrs D. B. Mayer Ledyard—Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. a beautiful wedding was solemnized at St. Paul's Evange-' lical and Reformed Church of Henderson Minn., uniting Deloris Laverna Busse, daughter of Mr and Mrs August Busse of Henderson, and Kenneth William Poppe, son of Mr and Mrs William Poppe of Ledyard in marriage. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. E. Odenback. Organist was Mrs Oscar Grief. The bride was attended by her sister,-.Mrs Elwood Geib,-as matron of, honor, her friend, ;V Mrs Ruth Persig of Elmore, and the bridegroom's sister, Murrien Poppe of Ledyard as bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Dennis Poppe of Ledyard, Raymond Gustafson 01 Ledyard and Willard Busse. The bride's gown was of white embroidered net and was floor length with a fingertip veil. Her flowers were white roses and stephanotis. Her attendants Wore pale orchid and net gowns and their flowers were colonial bouquets of pink carnations. The flower girl was the bride's little niece, Diane Busse. .Elgenc Darnell of Elmore, cousin of the groom, was an usher. Following the ceremony a 'reception was held in the church parlors for 175 guests. After a ten day wedding trip into northern Minnesota and the Black Hills, the couple will, be at home in Blue Earth where the bride will continue her work-in Gusties Beauty Shop. The bridegroom is employed by the Younglove Construction Co. of Sioux City and is now on a job at Badger, Iowa. / Those from this vicinity who attended the wedding and reception were, the bridegroom's par- ems, Mr and Mrs \V)inam Poppe and Dennis and Murrien, Mr and Mrs Paul Geihaus, Mr and Mrs Chris Geihaus of Ledyard; Mv and Mrs L. A. Nitz, Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe of Lakota; Mr and Mrs Henry Blome and Mr and Mrs August Busch of Elmore; Rev. Meieke of Lakota; Mr and Mrs JacU Reece of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Henry Eggerth ot Swea City; Mr and Mrs Raymond Gustafson, Ledyard. Wins A Cabin Cruiser Mr and Mrs William Wiemer and Deanna went to.St. Paul on Friday evening to attend the graduation of Barbara Gainon, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Gamon, from the Murray high school. They also attended Open House held in Barbara's honor ai the Gamon home afterwaids. Mr Gamon recently won. a contest sponsored by the Pure Oil Company and won a Luxury Cabin Cruiser as first prize for guessing tlie nearest to the correct time of the arrival of the Ankei' Christy Barges in Minneapolis. They had left the Terminal of tlie Anker L. Christy Barges in Le- Mont the week of May 30th and contestants were to guess the required time of arrival in Minneapolis. Mr Gamon was within 5 seconds of the correct time, Mr Gainon has always been interested in boats and last fall took a course in the University of Minnesota in Basic seamanship and received a Coast guard certificate. Thursday he won the boat to go with his certificate. The bout is a 20 foot De-Luxe outboard cabin cruiser. The Gamons are known here because of their frequent visits at the Wiemer hijme. •Mr and Mrs J. A. Zweifel of Corwith visited at the George Thompson home on Thursday afternoon. - The ladies are sisters. Friday afternoon Mrs Ida Darnell entertained the Neighborhood Birthday club in honor of her birthday. About 20 ladies were present- Ronald Schroeder of Fort Sill, Oklahoma pleasantly surprised his mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder, by coming home for the weekend. On Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittemore and Barbara Winters of Lakota were also guest* at the Schroeder, home. Rona'fl drove home and brought a group of other boys who live at points along th£ ;way. They returned to camp v on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack and their three grandchildren Roger Brack of Lakota and Priscilla and Mickey Miller of Buffalo Center left last week Tuesday for a vacation trip though the west. Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes left on Sunday for a vacation trip They planned to visit relatives at Baxter, Newton, Ankeny and Des Molttes. Mr Norris Mines returned, early last Week front Misdating Where they had gorte to visit theft parents. Mrs Hines and children remained for a longer Visit. Mrs Florence Vahflke has been in Clarion several tithes the past week, helping her daughter and familv move intd a new home which they recently bought. Mrs Yahflke has moved part of her household furniture there as she plans to be leaving Ledyard as soon as business interests here are settled. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended the annual Thompson reunion at Iowa Falls on Sunday. Sandra Willadsen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen, had a tonsillectomy at the Buffalo Center hospital on Friday. She was able to be brought home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Harm Groen Jr. of Meservey visited Sunday at the Henry Frey home. Mr and Mrs John Krariiersmeier and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Bots at Estherville on Sunday. . Mr and Mrs Charles Bashara and Mr and Mrs Edward Muti- yer of Elmore went-to St. Paul, Friday, to attend the funeral Saturday of a cousin, James Hafiz. They returned Sunday night. Mr artd Mrs Fred Dutton and Ellsworth, • Mr .and Mrs Harold Herzog and family, and Mr and Mrs George Thompsbn attended annual Conference at the Methodist Church in Fort Dodge on Sunday. Saturday Mrs E. A. Carpenter and Mrs Glenn Burrow attended with Mrs BUrrow as delegate from the Lakota- Ledyard charge. Saturday Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton and fills worth attended the 4Pth annual Dutton reunion at Call Park in Algona. Mr and Mrs William Fennema a'nd family 1 attended a Hartzell family reunion at Clear Lake on Sunday. Mrs Fennema's niece, Jennifer Conway of Fort Devans, Mass, returne'd home with them to visit. Mr and Mrs John Batchelor and children and Mr and Mrs D. A. Carpenter went to Minneapolis on Saturday and visited over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Paul Nitz and Paula and Mr and Mrs Fred Munyer and Monica attended the wedding of their cousin, Leroy Sanders of Blue Earth to Ellen Jean Olson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Nelson of Granada, at Fairmont, Sunday evening. Golden Wedding Sunday Honors Bancroft Folks?; By Mrs Laurence Bergman Bancroft—Mr and Mrs F. H. Mescher celebrated their golden wedding Sunday, starting the day with a Mass in their honor at St. John's Church Sunday mornihg, followed by a family dinner at noon and open house in ther afternoon and evening. their children were all Home for the haipy eWht; miMifti Mr and Mrs Ben Giesoh aha family of Algofta; Mr. ahd Mrs Amprosfe Mescher and faMly, Kertosha, Wis.; Sister,Mfiry.Gate' illui, BHar Cliff; Mi" anxi Mrs Gleh MdCteish and boys,' Mr Witt Mrs Deari Kiefiltz and family. Mr and Mrs Richard Mescher and fam'ily, all of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs" Walter Mesch'er flfld family, Algona; and Mr and Mrs Ed Mescher ahd boys and Mr flhd Mrd, Johnson a'nd family 6f Washington, D; C. • Mr and Mrs Mescher were married here, |ri 1905, by Father J. A. Schemrndli • They lived .on farrhs edst of Bancroft Until seven years ago when they mdved to (own where they have since made their home: They are both .actiVev; : v . They have 26., grandchildren. MYs Mescher was Lucy Hatien, daughter of the late Mr fthd Mrs Joseph Hatten,"before her mar-' riage. Mr and Mrs MescHer lived' their entire married life in aftd' around Bancroft. ! ', Mr and!.Mrs Joseph Kramei 1 are the parents of their first child.'' a daughter -born June 11, at Si. Ann hospital, Ajgona, Mr 'and Mrs Ed Goche ; and Mr and Mrs/ Matt Kramer a're the grandpftr-'- ents. '. • : Mr and Mrs Cletus . Dorr spent Sunday in St. Benedict with Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr. . Mr and Mrs George Korrect, Laurens, Iowa 1 ,, spent Sunday with the former's mother, Wm. tCorrect. Mr and Mrs Perry Torino, accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson, Fort Dodge to faintttAt, Saturday, where., on Sun<foV, titty were present at thfe wedding ceremony of Wanda Nafel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Nagel. , MisS Kagel is a granddaughter of Mr and MU Perry Torino. Mr and Mrs Thornas Deitering are parents of a daughter, born Friday evening at St, Ann hos- pial, Algona, Mr and Mrs Andrew Fahgman and Mr and Mrs Albert Deitering are grandparents. Mrs Nellie Lupin spent last week with her sisters, Mrs Otto Smith and'Mrs Leona Baker, who is a patieht at St. Ann hospital. Mrs John Farrow Is expected home from Brainerd, Minn, this week where she was called by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs Carrie McDougal. Mr and Mrs A. W. Kennedy and Mr and Mrs Don Murray .moved this week to their new homes recently completed. Eugene Elsbecker purchased the Don Murray residence. , The Ditsworth Construction Co. has been busy the past week pulling down trees and leveling off the grpund just north of the Mrs NelKirsdh fe'sidence where the Murrays will construct grain bins and other buildings. It isn't work and worry; it's work OR worry. The secret of being tiresome is 'to tell everything. looking fe>r..!KEAL ESTATE? INSURANCE? PRINTING? .,„ £ \ Best dressed car of the year The Be/ Air Sport Cot/pa with Body by Flshtft Cliewolet. ,.Tlio only low-priced car witli beautiful Body ty Fisliei It's like a famous designer's label on a lady's favorite party dress, sterling on silver or 14 carat 011 gold, It's the Fisher Coach—world-famous emblem of Body by Fisher. You'll see it on the sill of a Motoraniic Chevrolet when you open the door. You'll see it on some oi America's most popular higli-jificed caw, too. But {hat's aU. Not on any other low* priced car, The olher cars in Chevrolet'* field just don'l have that clean, fresh look that conies from beauty that's built in—not bolted on! In fact, there are very few cars that do have it—no matter what they cost. You can choose your own new Chevrolet with BoJy by Fisher from 190 different combinations of models and Colors. Cp'UO on in and gel all the good news oo the model yuu like lest. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SOUTHWEST OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE PHONE 200 * SENECA NEWS Juftc IS, IMS Attfana (la.) Upper 6« M«lMt*-5 W.M.f. : The 6lakj« met Thvrts- day afternoon at the chitfch basemeftf with Mrs Olaf Oftc- dahl, Mrs Slg Loge, aftd Mrs Henry Jensert as hostesses. • Mrs Otto Wilberg had charge of the lesson; Mrs Henry Looft explained the pastor's pension plan; MJrs Kenneth Halversoh, Mi'3 CuftiS Olsen, and Mrs Henry Wilberg reported on the District W.M.P. convention held recently at fort Dodge. Mrs Elmer Krause had charge Of the Cradle Roll Program and read a short poem after which she seated her little Cradle Roll Guests ali a table especially decorated for them. tit{ irftfftft Paftnel! flftd ftrd PAhneil itteftded a ifitherihl it t|« R|y Bliss hofrie At Afflei last Sunday. The Seneea Progressive farmer's 4-H Glub, their leader Earl Crouch, and fathers, Herman Geilenteld and Lyle England, spent frbm Tuesday morning Until Thursday afternoon on a camping trip at Spirit Lake. Enjoying the outing were Jerry and Raymond Wilberg, David Lo&ft, Ronald Johannesen, Dwane ifohannesen, Robert Crouch, Bruce Hartshorn, Charles Hantelman, Jerry England, and Jim and Jerry Gellenfeld. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, Jack, Dick and David spent Friday evening at the hofhe of Mrs Bertha Poffiffter at AI|dna, where they observed Jack's homecoming froffi (he Army and Dick's 21st birthday. Mr and Mrs Gerritt DeWaard 6f Woden were also present. Mr and Mrs Wayne Mlberg and their 2 children of LaPortc, Indiana spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning at the parental Martin Wilberg home. They came to attend the wedding of the former's brother Marvin, which was solemnized on Saturday. The best labor-saving device a Woman can have is a wealthy husband. NOW ON AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY-A VERY SPECIAL OFFER FOR ALL CAR OWNERS WHO WANT TIP-TpP DRIVING FOR ALL MAKES Kossuth Motor Co. FOR ALL MAKES ummer ervice To All Car-Owners TREE Free Grease With Every Shop Job of $10.00 or More (I*aris and Labor Total) Holiday Ahead! Vacation Ahead! Lots of Summer Driving Ahead! We know you want your car in tip-top shape, thoroughly checked before you "take off" . . • that's why we are making this very special service offer. We are prepared to Service your car, no matter what make. Here Are A Few of The Items Every Car Owner Should Have Checked i . 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