The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 37
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 37

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
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Beauly. (Miss Marlyn Medina) and the liitle beasts—Ihc most recent acquistions 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 fust \vci>k of this year's tour. Coincidcntly the- mother is named "Paris." the fact she was a product of "Jungle Imports" in 19-46. arriving to begin her circus career at P.-ins, 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, Led yard, Weds A Minnesota Girl By Mrs D. B. Mayer Lcdyard—Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. a beautiful wedding was solemnized ;it St Paul's Evangelical iind Reformed Church of Henderson Minn., uniting Deloris Laverna Russe, daughter of Mr and Mrs August Busse of Henderson, and Kenneth William Pop pp. sun • nf Mr and Mrs William Poppe of Ledyaid in marriage. The single ring ceremony WHS performed by the Rev. W. E. Odenb.-ick. Organist was Mrs Oscar- -Grief. The bride WHS attended by her sister, Mrs Elwood Geib, as matron of honor, her friend. Mr« Ruth Pcrsig of Ehnore, and the bride.m-oiim's sister, Murrien Poppe of Ledy.ird as bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by hi> brother, Dennis Poppe of Ledyard. Raymond GusUifson 01 Ledyard and Willard Bus.-e. The br;dc's gown was of white embroidered net and wa- floor length with a fingertip veil Her flower* were white r-'M-.- .md stephanotis. Her attend a n ts wore pule orchid ami net gowns an<l their flowers were colonial bouquet.-- of pink carnations The flower girl was the bride's little mere. Diane .Klgene Darnell nf Elmnre, cousin of the groom, was an usher Following the ceremony a reception was held in the ehurel'. parlors for 175 guests. Alter a ten u.iy wedding trip into northern Minnesota an<l the Black Hills, the couple will be at home in Blue Earth where the bride will continue her work in Gu>ties Beauty Shop. The bridegroom is employed by the Younglove Construction Co. ol Sioux City and is now on a job at Badger. Iowa. Those fiom this vicinity who attennc'i the weornim ana ivf-p- tion were, the bridegroom's Clli:-, Ml <ilXI Ml.^ >Vlill,ilV; I' aiui Delink and Murrien, Mr Mis I'.iul Geihau.-. Mr and Chris Gelhaus of Ledyard. and Mrs L. A. Ni'/. Mr' and Adolp!; Poppe of Lak- la; Mr Mr-, Huii y Biome anJ Mr Mrs Au,'.u.-t Bu.-cli ol Elmore; Rev. Meiuke of l.akola; Mi ami Mrs Jacl; Heeee of Armstrong; Mr and Mis Henry Eggerth of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gustafs.'ii. Ledyard. 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 Marthy 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 A drove home and brought a group of other boys who live at points along the way. They returned to crimp on Sunday. Mr and 'Mrs Tice Brack and their three grandchildren Roger Black of Lako'a and Priscilla and Mickey Miller of Buffalo Center left last week Tuesday for a vacation t: ip though thi- we.-'. Mr and Mrs Albert Ba:n.\s left on Sunday for a vacation Inp They planned t-i visit relatives at Baxter. New'oi;, Ankenv and Des Moines. Mr Norris Hines returned early last week from Muscatine where they had gone to visit their parents. Mrs Hines and children remained for a longer visit. Mrs Florence Yahnke has been in Clarion several times the past week, helping her daughter and family move into a new home which they recently bought. Mrs Yahnke 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 Kramersmeier and family visited at the home ot Mr and Mrs Hugh Bots at Estherville on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles Bashara and Mr and Mrs Edward MUM- yer of Elmore went to St. Paul, Friday, to attend the funeral Saturday of a cousin, James Hafiz They returned Sunday night. Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton and Ellsworth, Mr and Mrs Harold Her/og and family, and Mr and Mrs George Thompson 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 Ellsworth attended the 49th annual Dutton reunion at Call Park in Algona. Mr and Mrs William Fennema and family attended a Hartzell family reunion at Clear Lake on Sunday. Mrs Fennema's niece. Jennifer Conway of Fort Devans, Mass, returned home with them to visit. Mr and Mrs John Batchelor and children and Mr and Mrs L>. A. Carpenter went to Minneapolis on Saturday and visited over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Paul Nit?, and Paula and Mr and Mrs Fred Munyer and Monica attended the wedding of their cousin. Leroy Sfinders of Blue Earth to Ellen Jean Olson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Nelson of Granada, a\ Fairmont, Sunday evening. Golden Wedding Sunday Honors Bancroft Folks By Mrs Laurence Bergman Bancroft—Mr and Mrs F. }l. Meschi-r celebrated their golden wedding Sunday, starting the day with a Mass in their honor at St. John's Church Sunday morning, followed by a family dinner at noon and open house in ther afternoon and evening. Their children were all home for the happy event, including Mr and Mrs Ben Oiesch and family of Algona; Mr and Mfs Ambrose Mescher and family, Kenosha, Wis.; Sister Mary Gam- illus, Briar Cliff; Mr and Mrs Gleh McCleish and boys, Mr and Mrs Dean KieniU and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Mescher and family, all of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Walter Mefecher and family, Algona; and Mr and Mrs Ed Mescher and boys and Mr and Mrs Johnson and family of Washington, t>, C. Mr and Mrs Mescher were married here, in 1905, by Father J. A. Schemmel. They lived on farms east of Bancroft until seven years ago when they moved to town where they have since made their home. They are both active. They have 26 grandchildren. Mrs Mescher was Lucy Hattcn, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Josep'h Hatten, before her marriage. Mr and Mrs Mescher lived their entire married life in ancl around Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Joseph Kramer are the parents of their first child, a daughter born June 11, at St. Ann hospital. Algona. Mr and Mrs Ed Goc-hc and Mr and Mrs Matt Kramer are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr spent Sunday in St. Benedict with Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr. Mr and Mrs George Korrect. Laurens. Iowa, spent Sunday with the former's mother. Mrs Wm. Korrect. Mr and Mrs Perry Torino accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson, Fort Dodge to Fairmont, Saturday, where, on Sunday, they were present at the wedding ceremony of Wanda Nagel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Nagel. Miss Nagel is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Torine. Mr and Mrs Thomas Deitering are parents of a daughter born Friday evening at St. Ann hos- pial, Algona. Mr and Mrs Andrew Fangman 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 patient at St. Ann hospital. Mrs John Farrow is expected home from P3rainerd. 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 ground just north of the Mrs Nel Kirsch residence where the Murrays will construct grain bins and other buildings. It isn't work and worry; it's | work OR worry. ! The secret ot being tiresome is I to tell everything. Looking for...HEAL ESTATE ? INSURANCE ? PRINTING? Best dressed car of the year par- "!-»»'<•' ann Mis Mi- Mrs and an; I Wins A Cabin Cruiser Mr and Mrs \Yilham \Vii..-nH-t . ami Deanmi wrr.t to St. Paul on Friday evening to attend the graduation of Barbara Gamon, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Gamon. from tiie Murray lug): school. They also attended Open Hou.-e h.i'ld in Barbara's lion, r ;n the Gamon home alterwai .1.-. Mi Gamon reeently won a contest sponsored by the Pure Oil Company and won a Luxury Cabin Cruiser as first prize for giU-'S-;- ing the- nearest to the eorreet tune; of the arrival of the Anker Christy Barges in Minneapolis. They had left the Terminal of the Anker L. Christy Barge.s 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 ol the correct time. Mr Gamon has always been intereu- ed in boats and last fall took a course in the University of Minnesota in Basic seamanship stiul received a Const guard certificate. Thursday he won the boat to go with his certificate. The boat is it 20 foot DeLuxe outboard cabin cruiser. The Gamons are known here because of then- frequent visits at the Wiemei- home. Mr and Mrs J. A. Zweifel of Coi with visited at the George ThoiiipM.'ii home on Thur.-d.iy iiflernoon. The ladies are sisters. SENECA NEWS &Ultj«t W.M.f. M*t The fclakjer W.M.F. mot Thursday afternoori at the chufdh basement with Mrs Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs Sig Loge, and Mrs Henry Jensen as hostesses. Mrs Otto Wilberg had charge of the lesson; Mrs Henry Looft explained the pastor's pension plan; Mi's Kenneth Halverson, Mrs Curtis Olsen, and Mrs Henry Wilberg reported on the District W.M.F. 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 at a table especially decorated for them. Thursday, Jun« M, 1955 Algeria (la.) Uppw Of ft Me!nM-5 Mrs fcrhma Paftnell and Rich' «fd Panhell attended a family gathering at the Ray Bliss home at Ames last Sunday. The Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H Club, their leader Earl Crouch, and fathers, Herman Geilenfeld and Lyle England, spent from Tuesday morning until Thursday afternoon on a camping trip at Spirit Lake. Enjoying the outing were Jerry and Raymond Wilberg, David Looft, Ronald Johannesen. Dwane Johannesen, Robert Crouch, Bruce Hartshorn, Charles Hantelman. Jerry England, and Jim and Jerry Geilenfeld. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, Jack, Dick and David spent Friday evening at the home of Mrs Bertha Pommer at Algona, where they observed Jack's homecoming from the Army and Dick's 21st birthday. Mr and Mrs Gerritt DeWaard of Woden were also present. Mr and Mrs Wayne vVilberj* 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-TOP DRIVING 1 FOR ALL MAKES Kossuth Motor Co. 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