The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
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Oes 23, James Harvey, Burt, Weds A Dubuque Girl By Mrs Jesst* Rash Burt — Shirley Feldermann Hueneke, daughter of Mrs Otto Hueneke of Dubuque and the late Otto Hueneke, was married Saturday, June 18, to James Ray Harvey, son of Mr and Mrs Robert A S Harvey of Burt. The candlelight service was performed by the Rev. H. P. Senft at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Dubuque. The bride wore a diamond lavalliere, gift of her father to her mother worn on her wedding day, with a gown fashioned of chantilly lace bodice, with a soft collar, short sleeves and a billowing nylon skirt. Her Veil fell from a halo crown of tulle and seed pearls. Miss Gladys Hueneke, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Mrs Kenneth Patterson, the groom's ; sister and Barbara Croissant, were bridesmaids. • Kenneth Patterson, brother-in- law of the bridegroom was best man. A rehearsal dinner was at Bunker Hill Gold Club, Fridaj evening and the reception Satur day was at the Dutch Room o the Hotel Jullen. Following a trip to the Rocky Mountains Mr and Mrs Harvey will be at home in Dubuque. The bride is employed as kindergarten teacher in the Irving School in Dubuque. Mr Harvey, a graduate of Burt high school and Iowa State College, Ames, took. post graduate work at the University of Maryland. He is a designing engineer at John Deere Dubuque Tractor Works. Wed Here June 11 $137,358Bonds Sold Here, May Residents 'of KoSsuth County invested $137.358 in United States savings borids during May, according id Herman Studer, volunteer sales chairman. Total purchases' in the county of series E and H bonds, from January through May amounted to $860,698'which is 48 percent of the quota for 1955. The county is four percent of the national average of 44 percent of the annual goal., Purchases throughout the state for the first five months amounted to $88,304,519, 54 percent of the 1955 quota. Sales this year are 15 percent ahead of 1954. Purchases of bonds, and per- :ent of quotas for adjacent ounties are: Emmet, $534,946, 50 percent; Hancock, $572,579, 55 percent; Humboldt, $627,327, 63 percent; Palo Alto, $626,665, 58 jercent; and Winnebago, $496,150, 48 percent. ' It's fine to talk straight fr6m ;he shoulder—better to talk from higher up. Mr and Mrs R. A. Harvey with Mr and Mrs J. H. Zanke were in Dubuque over the weekend to attend the wedding of their son and grandson. Others from this community attending the wedding were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson of Swea City and Mrs Mayme Winkel and Mr and Mrs Earl Taylor of Algona. Mr and Mrs George Zanke, Chicago, the former a brother of Mrs Winkel and J. H. Zanke and Mr and Mrs Lee Smith of Savanna, 111., were also guests. A Real Welcome Home A family gathering was held Sunday at the C. M. Gross home honoring the son, Perry Gross, who recently returned from England where he was on Army duty. Some 41 attended with a •basket dinner served at noon, and the time was spent in games and visiting Present were Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and family of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Sherwood McDonald and David, Mr and Mrs Paul Dremmel, Edward Mawdsley and Mrs Gene Abbot, all of Al- Mr and Mrs James Doocy, who were married Saturday/ June II at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, are shown in the above photo. Hev Harold Cooper officiated at the nuptial mass at 9 a.m. Mrs Doocy is the former Joann Sharp, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Sharp of Algona, while Mr Doocy is the son of Mr and Mrs William Doocy Bancroft. The young couple will make their home in Bancroft where Mr Doocy is employed by Welp's Hatchery. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) gona; Mr and Mrs Glenn Grouse and children of Ft. Dodge; Mr and Mrs Richard Gross and children, Mr and Mrs Billy Gifford and Brian, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Donald Gross and children of Fenton; Dwight and. Duane Gross at home and Mr and Mrs Art Leason. Mr and Mrs Orville Stow of Davenport attended a family gathering at Clear Lake Sunday and spent several days here with Mrs Bertha Stow, and other relatives. Mrs Raymond Mitchell and children spent some time with ;he former's parents, the J. D. Grahams, and they all attended a Graham annual gathering at Clear Lake on Sunday. Harry Sewick of Ireton visited at the Art Leason home recently. On Sunday Mr Sewick and his sister, Lura Sewick drove to West Bend and visited the Grotto. The Burt Township Homemakers held a "Cook-out" at the 3urt Park Tuesday afternoon, i'ood was prepared at the gathering. The Fidelis Class Party was held at the home of Char Habeger Wednesday afternoon. Roll Call Wasi answered with "Hints of the Year" and Clara Graham had games. j Mrs Paul Moore had as recent evening guests her grandson and family, Mr and • Mrs Ver'non Schmidt and baby of Denver, Cold. Mrs J. L. Miller entertained the Fortnightly Club members at her home Friday of last week. Guests were, Mrs Ed Frederickson, Mrs Chas Scott and Mrs Dorsey. Mrs Margaret Bernhard, who was a patient at St. Ann's hospital, Algona, recently is now at Wilfair Haven in Burt. Henry Meier was taken by plane to the University hospital in Iowa City, for treatment. Summer Story Hour will be held at the library on Tuesday afternoons this year. Mrs Ed. Smith Jr., will have charge. All children, kindergarten thru third grade are invited and urged to attend. Red Cross Swimming lessons aegan Monday morning, June 15. The bus leaves the school house at 9:00 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Wallace Roscoe is in charge for June. .Free movies given at the Burt Park on Saturday evenings opened the summer program here recently and the first band concert of the season was given Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Clint Henderson and daughters attended graduation services at the Lake Crystal, Minnesota, high school. A niece of ,M>9'IfeftdefSOfis, uw ^^, wlt son, was a graduate. Miss Johnso is a granddaughter of the Hermai NeKzetg. Mr and Mrs ffewton Heitef o Algona called on the R. L. Moore Sunday^ of last Week. the Birthday Circle will mee Thursday afternoon, June 23 wit Ella Sigsbee. This-is the annua birthday party, where all birth days are observed and gifts ar given by the Mystery Sisters. Th June birthdays of Bertha Wallac and Bertha Mansmith will be ob served by the Circle and gifts giv en to each. There will be no pro gram. Mr and Mrs Wallace Roscoe am children are 'moving the last o the month to Atlantic, where M R °scoe will be on the teachin] staff the coming year, Mr and Mrs Harold Relmer and children spent a Sunday recently with the Don Krugers neai Sheldon. The Krugers are mov ing soon to another farm. Mr and Mrs Durwood Neitze with Mary Kay and Jimmy o Wruttemore spent an evening las* week With the former's parents the Herman Neitzels.i Craig, Val and Timmy Miller of Titonka .spent last week with ;heir grandparents, the J. L. Millers, while their parents were in Cedar. Rapids. . , * LAKOTANEWS Mrs W. D.' Ley was called to ..Sioux Falls by the serious illness of her mother, who had an emergency operation. . Mr and Mrs Arnold Christ and family .of Wiota arrived Friday to visit his parents, Mr and Mri Leonard Christ. The Mesdames Charles Gut- knecbt, J. E. Ukena, Fred Schroeder and Jerry Heetland drove to Wheeling, Missouri, Sunday afternoon to the ; Wade Ball home, June 20th Was' Mrs Ball's birth* 1 day and this was the first time the group of cousins had been together since the Balls moved, to Missouri. They came home Monday, accompanied by their aunt, Mrs Hattie Randall, of Glenburn, N. D. The annual picnic for the Ledyard Township Farm Bureau members was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and tfrs Elso Jansen, Eugene Blome showed colored slides which he had taken while on a mediterranean Cruise with the Vavy. Peewees Play Algona's playgrpund baseball* earns went to Swea City, Monay, and enjoyed four baseball ames "%ith the Swed City. oungsters. The PeeWees from Algona won, 7-0; the Peanuts ied, 6 all; the Midgets lost; 6 to 5 nd the PeeWees won, 3 "to 2* "ony Guzowski handled the ocal teams. • -, -" Times PLANTING have changed since John Damitz, of near Lamoni, dropped his first kernel of COEB into :a-hill. That was 70 years ago and Mr Damitz has participated in every spring corn planting since that time. COOL TIPS ON SOME HOT VALUES! Complete With Atomizer Cofy Toilet Water Can't Spill, Evaporate or Leak $2 Get Those Pesky Ants NOWI Expello Ant-Killer In a Handy Sprayer Bomb $1.19 Colgate Florient Aerosol Air Deodorant Stops All Odors — Special at c 79 New "Sea and Ski" Tanning Cream It's AU the Rag» at the Beach* 59c Complete Service for Eight 40-Pc. Dinner Set With the Purchase of $59.75 1881 Rogers Silverware Set Plastic Foam Sponge Included! 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