The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 30
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(la.) Upp*r DM MeliiM Thursday, June 23, t955 Silver Wedding Honors For A Tit onka Couple Titonka — Saturday. June 11. was Mr and Mrs Carl Krause's 25th wedding anniversary so on Sunday, June 2, a group of relatives and friends called on them and surprised them in the afternoon. Rev. Diers gave the devotion nnd a little program was piven. Lunch was served which was brought by the guests. Mrs Wilbur Welhousen and Miss Sharon Ederi of Mason City cut and served the cake. A lovely gift was presented to the honored couple and a enjoyable time was had by all. Those present were their family, Lloyd and Ronald Krause of Des Moines: Linda and Eldon at home. Others present were Miss Wallice of Des .Moines: Mr and Mrs Wm. Wel- housen, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Wel- housen, Mr and Mrs Herman Wel- housen and son, Mr and Mrs Everett Slepcr and family, Mi and Mrs Raymond Schutjer and family of Wesley: Mr and Mrs Ben Eden and family, also of Wesley; Sharon Eden" of Mason City: and John Boehin and Amy Fisher of Titonka. Sunday at (he home of Mr and Mrs Vern Trickle and son of Mankato and attended a picnic at icon. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr nnd Mrs Amos Krominga were hosts to all the children and their families at a picnic Sunday and in the evening for supper. Mr and Mrs Reinder Krominga and Mr and Mrs Ray Welp and family were there. Mr and Mrs Warren Bround of Bet ford, Ohio, are parents of a baby daughter born May 27. Mrs Bround is the formtV Fannie Abbas. Mr and Mrs Russell Krominga and family were at Boysville, Wis., visiting relatives and also attended a wedding at Red Wing, Minn, over the weekend. Dr. and Mrs Alvin Meyer 01 St. Louis, Mo. and Rudy Meyer of Corwith were Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and Phyllis. Corporal Roger Krominga will be discharged from the armed services at Camp Carson, Colo., Thursday, June 23, and will fly the next day to the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga. Mr and Mrs Ted DeBoer ana family and Ed Uken attended -a family reunion at Arnolds Park and met Mrs DeBoer's parents and other relatives from Colorado. Mr and Mrs Wm. Leeper are the parents of a baby daughter horn June 9. They live at Seattle, Wash., and she will be remembered as Annie Abbas. Miss Kathleen Eden celebrated her 10th birthday by having a party at her home Saturday, June 11. The guests present were Dianne Gartner, Ardith and Dorothy Brandt, Mrs Lester Eden, Brenda and Marlys, Mrs Allen Eden, Sharon and Karen, Miss Etta Eden and Mrs Louise Eden. Mr and Mrs Antone Pannkuk of Garner were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Senuj Lsebrand. Mr and Mrs Ed Ites -of Bancroft were also cullers in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cordes of New Brunswick, N. J. cam? Monday to attend the wedding of Miss Rose Cordes and William Karels. Kenneth had just finished his seminary training and graduated last Friday. He will serve a parish in the First Reform church at Gaixliner, N. Y., where he will be ordained and installed the 10th of July. Mr and Mrs Sever Pannkuk Jr. and Mr and Mrs Rollie Pannkuk of Omaha were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the home? of Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrund and the Sever Punnkuk Sr. homes. Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden, Sylvia and Kathleen visited a1 Airs Eden's brother's home in Ei- rnore, Sunday. Mr and Mrn Ben U. Meyer and granddaughters of Spirit Lake attended the Coidi-s-Karels wedding Tuesday evening. Rev. und Mrs Esdert Smidt and family ol Dumont arrived Monday for the wedding of Mr.' Smidt's sihti-r, Rose Cordes, anc to spend a week visiting Mi Smidt's parents. Mr and Mrs Warner Smidt and other rt-la lives and friends. Mrs Jay Budlong, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs Everett Rippentrop, drove to Dallas, Tex., where they will visit for a week with their daughter and sister and family, Mr and Mrs David Roberts. They left Monday. Mr and Mrs Ervvirj Eden and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Maurice Kiel a't Li-dyard Monday evening. Mrs Win. Peterson entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Mrs Fred Thacker received high, Mrs Verle Schmidt 2nd high and Mrs Wilbur Sexton low. Mrs Donald Norland and Mrs Verle Schmidt were guests. Lermond Intermill, Henry Van Hove and Bill Peterson were fishing at Spirit Lake Thursday and reported a good fish story. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and Phyllis were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Johnson of Estherville. Harold and his wife used to live here. He is now a conservation officer. Mrs DeLois Dunnivan and family of Rockford, 111. came Saturday to visit at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Lermond Intermill and family and Ike Bulfing- ton and family had 3 family picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Louis Huber and Mr and Mrs Claus Krull visited Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Earl Trask. Mrs Blanch Lange. Mrs Ben Habel and Alice of Minneapolis were dinner and supper guests Saturday at tha Alex Kruc- ger home. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn attended the opening of Bill Weatherly's. electrical shop at Madclia, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clarence Mai-fin and family spent the weekend with his brother, Sheridan Martin, at Payton. la. Mr and Mrs Marlin Bailsman, Mr and Mrs Merwin Mario.v. Kerm and Alan Marlow, Mi 1 aiul Mrs Carl Bonstead and larnily of GraoUi'.iger called Saturday evening at the Dell Ma'rlow homi 1 . Mrs Wilford iladig and Mrs Ralph Biesledt visitr-l Mrs Rudy Willrell of Burt at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Monday. Dinner guesis Sunday at the Gerald Anglic horn-.' were Mi' i:nd Mrs Harold Angus and Tony ol Burt. Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill Sr. of Algona, Mr and Mrs Claude Whitchill Jr. and family of Colesburg, Iowa. Rev. H. A. Smidt, pastor of the Burl Presbyterian church, will speak at Lone Rock Presbyterian church next Sunday. There will be no services July 3. Those that are attending Junior Hi Camp at Walther League Camp at Okoboji this week are Susan Montgomery, Kermit Knje- ger, Kern Marlow, Craig Blanchard, Gary Sclutltz and Larry Ramus. Linda Dodds of, Algona came Sunday for a visit with Gail Ann Marlow, daughter of the Milton Marlows. Sunday dinner guests at the Maurice Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper and sons attended the rodeo at Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Monday callers at the Dale Wegener home were Jim St. John of Algona, Dave McKim and Evelyn Meyer of Washington, D, C. Mrs II. E. Morgan of Algona, mother of Mrs W. J. Cotton, spent Sunday at the Cotton home. Mr and Mrs Louis Elbert of Pocahoiv tas were also callers. Mrs Elbert was a former teacher at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna attended the funeral of a cousin, J. B. Jasper, Northwood, la., Saturday. Sunday the Hannas visited the Howard Seely home in Alona. Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva, and Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph C. Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Jim El's- Dccker and David of Bancroft .vere supper guests. Mrs G. H. Dotty and Barbara of Mason City spent Ihe weekend at the Andrew Thompson home. Mrs Etnil Person and Patty accompanied the I. W. Nelsons of Algona to Mason Cily Friday where they met I lie Donald Nelson family of Wesl Union. Rosemary and Billy returned here with them for a visit. Mr and Mrs Wallace MeArthur and Ruth Button attended a Dirt- ton reunion at Call State Park in Algona. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull were dinner guests Sunday at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Dean Tersonson md lamily ol Algi>na and Mr and Mrs Frank Flai.u were supper guests Sunday at the Roger Jensen home. Tuesday dinner guests at the Donald Radig home wen- Mr and Mrs l:!ni:l Brcndf'nhcrger and son Eddin and Mrs Louise Jort?. of Colorado Springs. Colo., and Mi and Mrs Joint Schallin. Mr and Mrs Dale Sdiroeder and Susan attended the not luck dinner at Lotts Creek church Sunday honoring Mr and Mrs Emil Bri'tulenbergor and son Eddie, and Mrs Louist 1 .lent/, who arc visiting here from Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr and Mrs Sehroeder visited with them when Mr Schoreder was stationed in Colorado. Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser called Sunday evening at the Dale Wegener home. Mr and Mrs Don Hauck. Marjorio. and Janet Krueger spent Tuesday to Saturday vacationing at Bow String. Minn. Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish and family were hosts at a family reunion at their home. Those attending were Ernest Hutchinson and family, Albert Hutchinson and Lenard, Vincent Ford and family, all of Bancroft. Frank Meyer and family, and Lloyd Hutchinson and llarlan Marlow families. The following enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the Hugh Marlow home: B. W. Hamms of Early, Iowa, Leo Nurre and family of Bancroft, James Shillingtons of Algona, Lawrence Walsh and family, Bernard O'Donnell and family of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Wm. Rayburn and Ricky. Mrs James Phillips and Jack of Evansville, Ind., Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Judy enjoyed a picnic supper Saturday at Tuttle Lake. Sunday dinner guests at the Rolland Baxter home in honor of Father's clay were Robert Baxters. Lester Baxters, Bud Baxters and Forrest Carpenter and family. 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Mr and Mrs Lawrence Now- brough and family, Mr -md Mrs Fred Genrieh, Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchaid, Edith Zunkel, Margaret Handfelt and Churleen, Delmar Angus and daughter attended the golden wedding anniversary of the Wm. Blanchards of Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Richard Gross and family attended a pot luck dinner Sunday at the C. M. Gross home in Burt, in honor of their son Perry, who just returned from service. The Lone Rock Legion team beat Spencer at Lone Rock, Sun- clay afternoon. Pitchers for Lone Rock were Dick Bierle and John Cotton. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrieh attended the wedding Sunday afternoon of Lazelle Hauck and Wm. Eaton at Humboldt. Mrs A. D. Newbrough underwent surgery Friday at the Luther hospital in Fort Dodge. She is recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs Lawrence- Newbrough, Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough and Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard visited here Sunday afternoon. Mr nnd Mrs Alfred Srhultz and family of Oltosen were dinner guests Sunday at tine Hulda Schultz home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family and Mrs Scruiden- doff's mother, Mrs John Junker- moicr of Ledyard, were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Benna home at Albert City in honor of Mrs Schadendorf's brother and family* who are visiting here from Bakersfield, Calif. Rick Lee, infant son of Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard. was baptized Sunday morning at Lone Rock Presbyterian church with Rev. C. E. Nordine officiating. j HOSPITALS | June v 14 — Mrs Cecil McOin- nis, Algona, medical: Anna M. Besch, Whiltemore, T & A. June 15 — Mrs Jim Camp, Algeria, maternity. June 15 — Mrs Leona Baker, Algona, medical. June 16 — Mrs James Felt, Al- i;ona. boy, 7-13; Mrs Boyd Bailey, Algona. boy. 4-14 l! ,>; Alex Gillingham, Algona. medical. June 17 — Mrs Carl Ernst. Algona, girl. 8-7; Mrs Francis Fandel. Whittemore. medical: Mrs Admit 3 From Kossuth To Practice of Law In Iowa Three Kossulh counly men, all graduates of the University of Iowa law school, were among the (>4 who passed their state bar examinations at Iowa City Friday. Harold A. Teeler, Algona; William J. McNertney, Bancroft; and Dean L. Meine, Whittemore, were admitted to the Iowa Stale bar, following oral and written lests which began Tuesday at the University's college of law. Iowa supreme court judge, Robert Larson, swore in the new barristers and they were presented with certificates of admission to the bar association. All who took the test passed and were admitted as lawyers, including 29 from the state university. Thirteen other law colleges and schools were represented. Ray Sewick, Algona, girl. 7-8. June 18 — Mrs Jim Camp, Algona, girl, 7-5 V 2 ; Joel Welter, Algona, boarder. x June 20 — Mrs Mathew Fisch, Algona, medical; Mrs Leon Bilyeu, Algona, boy, 6-15'<i; Leonard Becker, Wesley, T & A; Baby Bailey, Algona, boarder: Mrs Janus Perdue, Irvington, girl, 5- ll'<!. June 21 — Mrs Darrell Steven, Algona,. boy: Victor Parsons, Algona, medical. June 22 — Mrs Robert Uodds, Algona, maternity. . To Farm At Burt i Livermore — Joe Koppen and Vivian Button, who recently sold their house to the Folh brothers, have moved to the farm that they purchased near Burl. Mr and Mrs George Foth will move into the house vacated by them. CLEAN and light gree'n is this Chevrolet, a sparkling 1953 4-door with new paint. It's a surprising lot of car for only S825 now at Kossuth Motor Co., Algona. NELS and KAY ISAACSON take pleasure in Announcing: A Coming at .1 BROWN'S STUDIO BIG NEWS AT CONSUMER'S SUPER BONNELLE'S READY-TO-SERVE •• ^f*^ Spaghetti lO WITH TOMATO SAUCE •• ^^f^r C MOTT'S '(You Know This Brand) JELLIES ASSORTED FLAVORS! "HAPPY HOST" BRAND Canned Corn BUY ALL YOU WANT ! IN THREE DIFFERENT FLAVORS Marshmallows CHERRY - COCONUT - BUTTERSCOTCH ASSORTED FLAVORS KOOL-AID 3 CONSUMERS MARKET "JOAN OF ARC" RED Kidney Beans Can ' i • MEAT SPECIALS • BRITT HOMEMADE LARGE RING ir BOLOGNA SMOKED HOCKS Lb.19c RIB STEAK. LbJSc BEEF ROAST .Lb.tfc ROUND STEAK ....Lb.59c GROUND BEEF JLbs.SI OLEO 2lbs. " 4 Fishermen" FISH STICKS ALSO lOc Coupon Inside Pkg. With Coupon From Des Moines Register *••%* 33c ATERMELON «•*-•. POUND Calif. White POTATOES lOLbs. 49c Large Canteloupe Each 33c Sunkist ORANGES 2 Doz. 59c Sunkist LEMONS Doz. 49c ALL Cake Mixes 290 PK.. ANGEL FOOd MIX 49c SUGAR Six—10 Lb. Bags 60 LBS. 5.79 Hunt's No. 24 Cans PEACHES or APRICOTS IN HEAVY SYRUP 3 for $1 PLEASE LEAVE ORDERS FOR FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 30 Lb. Tin $8.49 .wjt Jijpjj- HI-C Orange Juice BIG 46-OZ. CANS FOR BUTTERNUT COFFEE WITH $5 ORDERS Lb. 29c CONSUME Super Market

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