The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 48
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l-Algefia (la.) Upper D&s Moin*s Thursday, June 23, 1955 Marvin Wilberg Weds An Estherville Girl, June 18 My Mrs Henry Loofl Seneca—At n I'oromony in St. Patrick's Catholic church at Estht-rville SaUnxlny mtirriing. .Turn- 18. at 10:30 (/'dock, Mary Clare, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Clare of Esthei'villr, became the bride of Marvin Wilberg, sun of Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg of Fcnton, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Duhig. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attractive in a floor length dress of tulle over taffeta with a lace tunic. The tight fitting bodice was fashioned with a scoop neckline with h'ce inserts. The long hire- sleeves ended with a V at th i wrists. Her fingertip veil was 01 silk allusion net attached to a halt crown of pearls and rbine- stones. Her bridal bouquet was oi' red ruses with white satin streamers. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Shirley O'Connor Estherville. a close friend of the bride, served her as maid of honor and Catherine Anderson, a niece of the bride. was junior bridesmaid. Little Ellen Anderson, St. Paul, niece of the bride, served as flower girl and Tommy Anderson, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. 'l ne groom's attendants were his brothers, Robert and Raymond Wilberg, and ushers were ! Glen Anderson of St. Paul, and Donald Wilberg of Fairmont. A dinner and reception was held at. St. Patrick's School for approximately 125 guests following the ceremony. Miss Joicc Brown of Estherville had charge of the guest book and Mrs Mary Case of Marcus, Iowa, opened and displayed the gifts. Waitresses at the three course dinner which was served at tables daintly decorated with the bride's colors of pink and blue, with the bridal table centered with a 4-tiered wedding cake surrounded by smilax and pink roses, were Lois Wilberg of Fenton, Doreen Zeites, Fairmont, Mrs Mary Anderson, Estherville, Delores Holland, Estherville, Mist- Evelyn Schinkle of Glenwood, Minn., and Joice Brown, Eslher- ville. The bride is a graduate of Estherville high school after which she took nurse's training and is now a registered nurse, working at the Holy Family Hospital at 'Estherville. The bridegroom, is a graduate of Seneca high school, attended Luther College at Decorah, served three years in the armed forces, being stationed in Korea, and is now serving as a relief depot agent on the line between Minneapolis and Omaha. The young couple left on a week's honeymoon trip and will make their home at KsthervHie. Relatives and friends from this community attending the we\ding were Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus and sons, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Presthus and family, Bancroft: Mrs Anna Presthus ana Mrs LeRoy Merchant, Algona; Mrs Louise Lashbrook and daughter, Debbie, of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs John Johannesen and Ronald and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and son Larry, of Lone Rock: Mr and Mrs Morris Johannesen, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen and family, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and sons, of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Joe Presthus and daughter, Algona; Mr and Mrs H. N. Wilberg. and Mr and Mrs Normand Wilberg and sons pi Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Erie Reid and daughters of Estherville; and Emory f Preston and Mr Fitxgerald of Armstrong. Shower At Ringsied A miscellaneous bridal shower was held at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted Thursday evening, June 16, honoring Eileen Nielson. Donna Joan Swanson served as mistress of ceremonies and announced the program. The bride-to-be then opened her gifts, being assisted by her sisters Dorothy and Margaret. Anita Stein had charge of the guest book and Mrs Henry Larson and Mrs Leonard Stein poured. Hostesses included Mrs Earl Mclntire, Mrs. Alvin Berkness, Mrs Robert Burt: Mrs Howard Jones; Mrs Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs Charles Beavers, Mrs Eugene Peterson; Mrs R. A. Busch, Mrs Chris Larson, Mrs George Neve, Mrs Ethel Taft, Mrs Hans Thompson, Mrs Christene Swanson and Mrs Russell Kauffman. gonn presented n Vocal solo, accompanied by Kathryn Johannesen; Tilda Johannesen read, "The Sorry Hostess"; Marilyn Johannesen presented an accordiaii solo after which Lois Wilberg read a poem. At various times during the program words of advice to the bride were presented by Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Morris Johannesen. Mrs Harold Presthus and Mr. c Fred Johannesen, and Mrs Looft summed up the advice with "The Picture Window." The honored guest was then presented with the shower gifts. Assisting her with the gifts wen Lois Wilberg, Marlys Johannesen and Mrs Morris Johannesen. Pre-Bridal Shower Miss Mary Clare of Estherville was honored Monday evening, June 13, at a miscellaneous shower held at the John Johannesen home. Hostesses were aunts of the groom and included Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Miss Tilda Johannesen, Mrs Anna Presthus, Mrs Harry Vahl- dieck, Mrs ?Ienry Looft and his sister, Lois Wilberg. Mrs Henry Looft had charge of a short program which she opened by presenting the honor- quests and then read a poem ;d guest and her mother to the which tojd why Mary chose Margin to be her husband. Mrs Joseph Presthus of Al- Sexton Kelleys Are Hosts To 40 At Family Picnic By,The Village Gossip Sexlon — One advantage to operating a lumber yard is having enough boards handy to make extra picnic tables when the relatives gather. Mr and Mrs Bob Kelley were hosts to about 40 members of Mrs Kelley's family. Among the guests were Mi and Mrs Orville Johnson am Olaf, Mr and Mrs George Sorensen and family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Sorensen and family, Mr and Mrs Dean Sorensen and family, Mrs Edith Wall, Mrs Dale Geick and daughter and J. R. Johnson of Jolley and Mr and Mrs Andrew Christensen and Mr and Mrs Ed Miners of Estherville. Mrs Eda Miller of Mason City accompanied her daughter, Mr and Mrs Al Young here to visit her sister, Mrs Fred Jennfngs. The young couple are newlyweds and one of the first additions to their new home is a kitten donated by Mr and Mrs Jennings. They thinned down their cat family all in one day as they also gave five kittens to their niece, Mrs Leo Sabin of Algona. Mrs Carrie Olsen accompanied Mr and Mrs Art Benschoter to South Dakota to attend a brother's golden wedding celebration. Another bachelor has been added for a while as Mrs Wilfora Ward and family are vacationing with her mother, Mrs Nellie Weir of Colo. Wilford will soon be too busy to eat anyway as his assistant, Francis McMahon, will soon go on his vacation. There is also some major repair work planned at the elevator at this time, Mr and Mrs Don Prew entertained Bill Mayer and Ed Fitch at a picnic dinner. In the afternoon Mr Fitch accompanied Harey Hickp to the Hicks t'amiy reunion at the Dwight Ruse home at Titonka. Looks like Ed has found the best way for a bachelor to get out of eating his own cooking. Mr and Ms Bud Elberts went to Monroe, Wis. over the weekenoj for the funeral of Mrs' EJbert's uncle. ' Mr tmd Mrs John Jennings a companied Mr and Mrs Sumnef Parsons to Northwood for the funeral of Mrs Jennings' cousin, /. B. Jaspers. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Weig visited with her mother, Mrs Lucy Wessel in Algona and me't Roger Allen Baas, the new soa if Mr and Mrs Melvin Baas. Martin Mimbach, Ed Fitch and Mrs John Jennings visited at Burt with C. N. Beisch at the nursing home. Although his jroken leg is mending well, he is having a hard time getting ac- :ustomed to his new residence. Mrs Nell Opheim and family attended the First Baptist Church 3ible School. Most of the children in town have been getting used to sum- Tier vacation a little at a time by ittending half day sessions of iheir Bible Schools. Not many \vere as fortunate as Sammy Prew, though, because he was •ewarded for perfect two week iltendance with a new bicvcle. Charles Johnson of Algona nust be related to Davy Crockett since he was brave enough* to accompany L. A. Copp to Sexton or a few days. A lot of boys night have helped him clean out a weedy garden and put a fence., iround the chicken farm, but not nany would help box up one of lis wild swarm of bees. Mrs John Jennings is going to :>e out-talked on new granddaughters, because there is another new set of grandparents in town.: Diane Ruth is the first child 01 Mr and Mrs David Lightly of Des, Moines, born on June 15. Mrs Lightly is the former Ruth Parsons. Although Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons haven't seen the new baby they are quite sure she doesn't have red hajr. Mr and Mrs Morris Parsons of Algona, the Dick Parsons of Ft. Dodge and the Dwight Parsons' of Waterloo spent Sunday here. Seems like at least one resident of Sexton is always employed at' the Algona Co-Op Creamery. After Don Prew left Ralph Parsons started work there. LuVerne Girl Bride Sunday At Livermore LuVerne—The Immanuel Lutheran Church in Livermore was the scene of a six o'clock candle-., light ..wedding when Miss HenriW etta Marie Koest'e'r and Robert N. Mueller, Fairmont, Minn, exchanged nuptial vows, Sunday, June 19. Rev. O. William Lueck^ read the double ring service. Mr and Mrs Adolph Koester. of LuVerne are the parents of the bride, and Mr Mueller is the soB of Mr and Mrs K. H. Mueller,; Flushing, Long Island, New York. The bride, given iri- marriage by her father, was lovely in a white dimity old fashioned pfih- cgss style gown over taffeta, Ber- th'a' lace edged collar, leg-p-mut : ton sleeves, sweep train. Her «l..x><> »~ *•> oc ^U •••^sr^ir Values to $2.95 Summer Suits Seersucker, Cords and Linerjs $6.88 $8.88 $10.88 Children's "° IRON Playclothes Sundresses, Toddlers $1.00 . $1.49 Seersucker Blouses 88c Shorts $1.00 Many Other Items in Store Sale Starts June 24, Ends July 2 look For The Big "SURPRISE" In The Store yM/>//////////SM//S//W//S/SW//S/M'SfSM&MS^^ Elva & Jessie's Apparel Shop NORTH OF SORENSEN'S GROCERY Illusion not shoulder length veil fell from a lace cap. She wore a string strand of pearls, gift of her bridegroom and carried a bouquet of blue daisies and white stephanotis. Attending as maid of honor was her sister, Adeline Koester, LuVerne. Bridesmaids were Mrs Allen Wilson, Kansas City, Kan., long time friend of the bride, the former Lorraine Eustace and Doris Meyer, Corpus Christi, Tex., college friend of the bride. Attending the bridegroom was his brother, Carl Mueller, of St. Petersburg, Fla. Groomsmen and ushers were Martiri Gaudian, Waterloo, friend of the groom and Herman Koester, LuVerne, brother of the bride. Candlelighters were Ruth Braun, Fort Wayne, Ind., who taught with the bride in San Antonio, Tex. and Mrs Martin audian, Waterloo, friend of the bride. Following the ceremony a three course dinner was served to 150 guests in the Hall of the Im- munuel Lutheran Church. The bride and bridegroom cut the traditional first piece of cake, decorated by Mrs John Schnakenberg. Waitresses were Marilyn Rath, Lottt Rock, Sharon Horn, Homer stead, Geraldine Haack, Audrey Ruiz, Karen Rut?., Livermore; Lorraine Skow, Humboldt, Sharon Reddel, Vera Hanselman, Karen Hanselman, LuVerne. The bride taught the past year in San Antonio, Texas. She was graduated from Concordia Teacher's college, Sewar9, Neb. The bridegroom was graduated from Sreen's College, New York. He is a pitcher for the Martin's baseball club at Fairmont, Minn this season. Following their honey- noon they will make their home there. July 1 Deadline In Tax Filing Taxpayers are reminded that July 1 is the deadline for filing for homestead exemptions and soldiers' exemptions, if this has not already been done in the individual cases. Homestead exemptions must be applied for every year. Persons living in their own homes are eligible for this exemption. Soldiers' exemptions for those, who were in the armed forces between De,c. 7, 1941, and Sept. 2, 1945, need be filed only once. CJ-D-M Want Adi Bring Result, Portland F-B Picnic, June 19 Portland—The Portland Farm Bureau's annual picnic was held Sunday, June 19, at the W. H. Grover farm. About 85 members and guests were there to enjoy the afternoon. Guests of the day, besides the Farm Bureau members, were Mr and Mrs Garney Hood and son and little granddaughter, Mr and Mrs Martin, Becker, Mr and Mrs George Becker and son, Mr and Mrs Vernon Larson and daughter of Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs Victor Applegate and daughter, Mrs Laurence Miller and Cathy, Mr and Mrs Bob Jandl and family and Mr and Mrs Raymond Carlsen and boys. Sunday evening supper guests at the Bernard Phelps home were Mrs Phelp's sister and family, the Lester Hacker's of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps. Rev. and Mrs John Zimmerman and family of Eldora, la.; and Rev. and Mrs Reinhard Zimmernian and baby of Curtis, Neb. visited Wednesday afternoon at the Paul Kruegers Mrs Kruegcr's sister, Dora Riggert of Algona made a three day visit at the Krueger home. _ Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Arden Nelson attended the car races at Mason City, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf and Mr and Mr Will Ringsdorf were Sunday dinner guests at the Brink Shipler home at Swea City. Mr and Mrs P. \V. Marlow and family and Mr and Mrs Laurence Prestus 4nd family spent Father's Day at the Will Gifford's of Burt. Well-arranged time is the surest mark of a well-arranged mind. You can always spot a well-informed man—his ideas coincided with yours. (Continued From Page 6 This Seclion) turc of the violation and providing a reasonable time limit for the satisfactory correction thereof. The offender shall, within the period of time stated in such notice, permanently cease all violations. Section 102. Any person who shall continue any violation beyond the time limit provided for in Section 801 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in an a- mount nor * exceeding Onr> Hurttlred (J100.00) Dollar? for each violation, tarh day in which any such v>iolatiort shall continue shall be deemed a separate offense. Section •fll. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall become liable to the City for any expense, loss, or damage occasioned the City by reason of such violation. Article IX Validity Section 961. All ordinances or part? of ordinances in, conflict herewith are hereby repealed. • Section 902. The invalidity of any section, clause, sentence, or provision of this ordinance shall not affect the validity of any other part of this ordinance which can he qiven effect without such invalid part or parts. Article X Ordinance in Force Section 1001. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval, recording, and publication as provided by law. Section 1002. Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Algona, State of Iowa on the 16th day of June, 1955. Approved this 16th day of June, 1955. Signed—Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Attest: Signed—Ivy D. Scuffham, Clerk AUTHENTICATION The above and foregoing Ordinance No. 366 is hereby duly Authenticated this 16th day of June, 1955. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor (SEAL) Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk Published in the Kosuith County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Juno 21, 1955. ORDINANCE NO. 3*7 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A SEWER SUB-DISTRICT BC IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: That a Sewer District within the City of Algona, Iowa, to be known as "SEWER SUB-DISTRICT NO. 12" be established, the boundary lines thereof to be as follows, to-wit: Commencin at the intersection of the West Corporate Limit of the City of Algona, Iowa, and the north line of Lot 5 Block 36, extended West, Thence East along the South line of the alley in Blocks 36 and 35' to the Northeast corner of Lot 6, Block 36, Original Plat, Thence North to the Northwest corner of Lot 2, Block 35, Original Plat, Thence East to the Northeast corner of Block 34, Original Plat, Thence North to the Southeast corner of Block 15, Original Plat, Thence East to the Southwest corner of Block 16, Original Plat, Thence North to the Northwest corner of Lot 4, Block 16, Original Plat, Thence East to the West line of Block 18, Original Plat, Thence North to the North*est corner of Lot 5, Block 7, Original Plat, Thence East to the Northeast corner of Lot 7, Block 7, Original Plat, Thence North to the Southwest corner of Lot 8, Block 87, Original Plat, Thence West to the Southwest corner of Lot 7, Block 87, Original Plat, Thence North to a point 132 feet Wes<| of the Northeast corner of Lot 3, B!ocl< 5 of Auditor's Plat of Reservation 1 Thence East 132 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 3, Block 5, of Auditor's Plat of Reservation No. I. Thence North to (lie South line of the right-of-way of the Chicago, Milwaukee* St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, Thence Southwesterly along the South line of the Right-of-way of the Ch.cago Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad to the West line of Ridglcy St., Thence Soulh to the North line of North Street, thenc* W«f along the North Tine ef North Street to it', intersection with the V/est Corporate Limit of the City of Al- 5 °Th'ence South along the West Corporate Limit to the point of beginning. PASSED AND APPROVED this 16th day of June 1955. Linda B. Clapsaddle Mayor ATTEST: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The above and foregoing Ordinance No. 367 is hereby duly Authenticated this 16th day of June, 1955. , Linda B. Cla'psaddle Mayor (SEAL) Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk Published in the Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, June 21, 1955. DAVIS Pure Aluminum Bake'N Take Pan Fri., Sat., and Monday Limit 1 to t fuitomtr You'd expect to pay from $1 00 to $) 59 lor o handy covered pan like this. Use it (or cokes, beans, hot or cold dishes. Cook or bake right in this big 8" x ) I" pan — then slip on handy lid and it is ready to pick up and carry anywhere. Lid slides on, then snaps in place — keeps food fresh and clean. Handiest pan ever mode for church suppers, picnics, buffets, etc. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr and Mrs Bill Amon We're 5 Years Old IN ALGONA and Still Growing! On the Occasion of Our Fifth Anniversary in Algona, Robinson Produce Wishes to Extend a Sincere ''Thank You" to the Many Farmers of This Area Who Have Given Us Such Wonderful Patronage. I Our "Family" Of Farm Friends has grown steadily and constantly larger ever since we opened our door here in Algona five years agq. We have endeavored to merit this fine friendship by conducting the bett possible SERVICE WORK it U pos. sible to give — for when the farmer calls us for help, we JUMP1 We also have been proud to offer some of the very best lines of merchandise in our field, which include: • Wayne Feeds t Pride of The Farm and Jamesway Hog & Poultry Equipment Five years isn't too Jong a period of time . . . and in a busy lifetime, they seem to pass by quickly. Thafs been the way with us at Robinson Produce here in Algona . . . they have been busy, happy years, and it seems they have just slipped by. But in those five years we have made a large host of firm friends among farmers, and we have worked hard to merit their friendship and patronage. It has been a true pleasure to serve you at Robinson Produce, and we pledge that we will go on for many more years giving you the service and the products that you desire THANKS to you from usl Robinson Produce 216 West State ALGONA Phone 628 IXiW»yne Klein ' Howvd Weydert Gene Bramley

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