The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1955
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5-Algono (la.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, June 30, 1955 Momec/ Here June 21 Honors For Joan Phillips Al LuVerne Mr and Mrs Virgil L. Rohlf, married ai SI. Cecelia's Catholic Church here June 21 at 9 a.m. by Msgr. P. P. Gearen, arc shown in the above photo. A complete story of the wedding can be found in the society column of today's UDM. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Marjorie Kollasch, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Kollasch, Algona, became the bride of Virgil L. Rohlf, son of Mr and Mrs J. A. Rohlf of Swea City, on Tuesday morning, June 21, at 9 a.m. Msgv. P. P. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Josie McEvoy presided at the organ, playing the traditional wedding marches and accompanying the soloist, Mrs E. C. McMahon. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attractive in a floor length gown of lace and nylon tulle over white satin. Her fingertip veil fell from a sequined and seed pearl headpiece. She carried a mother of pearl rosary, gift of the groom and a cascade bouquet of white stephonotis with an orchid corsage center arranged on a prayei book. Noreen Kollasch .served as her sister's maid of honor, and Marlene Ferguson of Bancroft was bridesmaid. Robert Rohlf of Minneapolis served as best man, and Donald Kollasch of Whittetnore was groomsman. Ushers were Clem Kollasch and Harold Sampson. A dinner and reception were held at the Plantation dining room following the ceremony, with Donna Laubenthal of Houston, Tex., registering the guests. Mrs Marvin Simonsmeier, sister of the groom, cut. and served the wedding cake. Waitresses were Nelda Gade, Louise Bowman, Anna Mae Laubenthal, Agatha Fangman, LaVonne Kollasch and Irma Laubenlhal. The couple entertained their friends at a wed- 'ding dance at the Plantation that evening. Mrs Rohlf is employed by the Druggists' Mutual of Iowa and Mr Ruhlf is manager of the Kossuth County A. S. C. LuVerne—A pro-nuptial shower was held in Iho rooms of the 7,i»n Evangelical Lutheran church Saturday evening honoring bride elect Joan Phillips of DPS Moines. The bride's chosen colors of pink and while were used in decorations with bouquets of garden flowers. A skit and scrambled words contest was enjoyed. Shai-ol Wittmeier played two ac- cordian numbers. Gifts were in a miniature old fashioned auto, with tin cans and doll shoes attached. Meredith Kngel, Fort Dodge; Gloria Harmon and Sharol Wittmeier assisted in opening gifts. Hostesses were Mrs "Walter F,ngel, Mrs Marie Hunt, Mrs Harold Ristau, Mrs Fay Harmon and Mrs Luverne Wittmeier. Miss Phillips daughter of the Rev. and Mrs Robert Phillips of Laurens, formerly of LuVerne and Jerry Nielsen, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen, Britt, also formerly of LuVerne, will be married Sunday. July 24. Mis* Phillips is in nurses training in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs R. C. Peck became parents of their first child, a daughter, Ronda Sue. born at Algono Osteopathic Clinic Tuesday, June 21. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace are the parents of a son born Saturday, June 25. in St. Ann hospital. Algona—weight, eight pounds and name. Jason Allen. They have another son, Kevin. Twenty-one 4-H girls and two leaders enjoyed an outing at Clear Lake Wednesday to Friday the past week. Leaders were Mrs Glen Braynard and Mrs Wilder Rockwoocl. Assisting were Mrs Carl Groh and Patricia Hanson. They were housed in a nice large cabin and recreation included swimming, kitten ball, Chinese checkers, checkers and a new game, Sorry. Girls attending were iStVjdra Heine, Lenta Ann Voss, Diane Groh, Jane Harper, Sally Prior, Sally Hardcopf, Jane Darby, Sandra and Claudia Janssen, Judy Naffziger, Rosemary Carroll, Geraldine Gregory, Kathy Bockes, Janelle Schneider, Kay Brink, Elaine and Eleanor Rockwood, Annette Braynard ana Shirlcen Schnetzer. Mr and Mrs Edward Dehnert, their house guests, his sisters, Mrs Katie Theede, Columbus, Wis., and Mrs Ida Woolin, Lake Mills, Wis., returned from a vacation trip of two weeks visiting relatives in Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Vervon Davidson, Bishop, Tex. are spending a 30-day leave visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph T. DavicTson: Vervon will report to a navy base at Jacksonville, Fla. for new assignment. The annual reunion of the fam- ly of the late Mr and Mrs Alex Larimer was held in the home if a granddaughter, Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr., and family, Sunday. June 2(3. Forty-four enjoyed the picnic dinner and get-together. Sgt. and Mrs Ted Mouras and son Teddy, of Fovt Campbell, Ky. have arrived to visit in the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg. They are leaving in July for 3 years service in Japan. Sgt. Mouras is a paratrooper. Job Office Open " r The U. S. Employment Service office in Algona will remain open, and will operate until a new manager arrives. . W. G. Stone, who managed ttoe local office for 3'/2 years off aiad on since 1051, received a promotion to the Ottumwa office, and loft Algona Wednesday to assume his new post. Mrs Audrey L. Mosher will be in charge here until a new manager is appointed. Funeral For MrsSchultz Held Wednesday Funeral services for Mrs Alfred F. Schullz, 60. well-known Algona woman, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. Rev. M. H. Brower officiated, and burial followed in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens Richardson's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Sehultz died late TvTonday afternoon at the Schultz home shortly after suffering a heart attack. Her death came suddenly, although she had a heart condition for several years, and had been hospitalized at St. Ann hospital several times lately. Her condition ' inf l been considered good until Monday. Clara L.. daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin Nelson, was born Jan. 15, IKfl") near El more, Minn. She received her schooling there, and was married to Alfred Sehultz, March 15, 191R. The family lived at Ledyard, then moved to Alt!(tn,-i hi the mid-1930s, and Mr Schultx. later started a gas station which grew into a garage and automobile sales business at the present site on South Phillips street. Mi-. Schultx became well- known in the area as an amateur painter, and enjoyed this hobby during her leisure time. Survivors include her husband, two suns, Wesley and Arm in, a sister. Mrs Ruby Brekke, Minneapolis, and a half sister. Mrs Gerald Meyer. Cylinder. Several grandchildren also survive. Pallbearers were Ralph Miller. G. I). Shumway, Abel Rehrends, Andy Crawford, Halbert Long and Joseph Skow. July 3 Races Semi-modified stock car racing; will return to Blue Earth, Minn.. Sunday afternoon, July 3, for the American Legion Celebration. Drivers from throughout the state, including Minneapolis. Stillwater, New Ulm, Mankato, St. Cloud and Alexandria, are scheduled to race. A full afternoon of thrilling races are on the program, including a HO-lap feature. Time trials begin at 1:30 p.m. WESLEY NEWS Rev. F. A. Webb, Fret-man Fox of Prairie Center, Melissa Nygaard and Glenda Gabrielson went to Okoboji Sunday for a six dn'y outing sit Camp Quest. Mary Lou Hsinig and Kathryn Goel/. spent P'ridtw, June 24, in Mason City with Ihe hitter's sister, Donna, who attends Hamilton Commercial college. All 3 returned home* Friday night Donna spent the \yeekend at the parental Mrs Li/.zic Goetz home Mr and Mrs Lou Vitzthum and four children of Pontiac, 111. spent the past week at the parental, George Vilzlhum home and with 'other relatives. Mike Vit- •/.thum reccivitl his discharge from the U. S. Army at Camp Carson, Colo, and arrived home Friday. He had been stationed in Alaska 18 months. Othei Sunday guests at the parental Vil/.thum homo included Mr and Mrs Dennis VH/.t.hum and three children of Sheldon, Mr nnrl Mrs Georgi; Vilxllium Jr. and family of Irvington; Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum and family, Mr and Mr? Luke Youngwirth and three- children and Mr and Mrs Jack Vit/.thum and Janice Vit/thum, all of Wesley. A daughte; Ruth, now Mrs" Kaloplastos, who with her husband and family^ are nn\v in Germany, and a son Tom, and three children of Lauren.- were not at the family gathering. Grandma Ella Dolan lives at the Vil/tlmm home. Mr'and Mrs George Ricke and family joined Mr and Mrs Arnold Stuflliek and family of Kanawha. Chuck Studer of California who. is visiting relatives in this area for two weeks, his three sisters, Connie and Eunice Studer and Mrs Bill Harriman and daughter. Mickey, of Albert Lea. for a picnic at the state park at Clear Lake Sunday. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge No. 1445 Presents Ralph Thomas Show Singing — Fun — Music — Comedy — Novelty At Algonct, la., High School Auditorium Tuesday, July 5, 8:00 P.M. No Admission Charge — Tickeis May Be Obtained From Various Algona Stores. NELS and KAY ISAACSON Announce: Coming at BROWN'S STUDIO CLOSING OUT 50% OFF Corner Store at LuVerne Hundreds of Items in Dry Goods S A L E 98 no *99 V P^mWKMt S.-5.95 Ki»»k VwH ' Safely First for Boat or Heath Men's & Ladies' Styles Also SPECIAL PURCHASE! We Goi 'em—You Name it! Reg. $3.00 Values in SPORT SHIRTS (With Cool Short Sleeves) CI AO '.'Two for 9li9Q Each ' $3.67 Nylons, Broadcloths, Batistes — everything ! Boat etsMM i'rrsli Kapok I'oait Guard Approval O 99 FISHERMENS SPECIALS 3-PIECE FISHING SET. includes S2.95 Reel, $3.95 Glass Rod, and $1.00 Line O*> Q|j ALL FOR ONLY NATIONALLY ADVERTISED at $4.95! Bronson "Fleetwing" All-Melal Reel, including 2-Piece 5-fl. Glass Rod and Line OK AC •• * VVivw ALL FOR ONLY 1955 "ZEBCO" $12.50 CASTING REEL, plus 2-Piece 5-Ft. Glass Rod and Monotilament Line, An $18.00 Value 014 CA ALL FOR ONLY Q I £iOU Mom! You Can't Backlash This! COLORED T-SHIRTS, nylon ... 88 ]$3.00 INDIAN BLANKETS .... 1.9< DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE CONSUM WATERME TEXAS BLACK DIAMOND CANTELOUPE , firm, ripe 29 C I SUNKIST LEMONS, dozen fireworks in used cars still on at SUNKIST ORANGES, 2 doz. for 59c • MEATS* BONELESS HAMS " "Gold Coin HALF or WHOLE C Ib. Bacon Ends, Pieces »b. box get yours this week! SKINLESS WIENERS .....3 Lbs. $1 GROUND BEEF __________ Ubs. $1 RIB STEAKS ........ ....Lb.39c BEEF ROAST __________ Lb. 3k FRYING CHICKENS ....... Lb. 5k BRAUNSCHWEIGER . ....... Ikt IN OIL SARDINES.. 3 Tins GIANT BOX WHEATIES...... ..Ea. 14-OZ. BOTTLE HUNT'S CATSUP 6—10 Lb. Bags SUGAR. 60 Lbs. 5.79 Butternut or Folgers COFFEE ....lib. 79c With $5.00 Order VEl. SURF 2 Boxes 49c . 2 Boxes 49c Hunt's Val Vita No. 2' 2 Cans SALMON LIBBY'SRED, 1 Lb, Can 69c LIBBY'S PINK, 1 Lb, Can 59c HUMPTY-DUMPTY, 1 Lb. Can 39c Serve It Ice Cold Now ! PEACHES ... 3 for 89c Pillsbury FLOUR, 50 Lbs. $3.98 Maxwell House 6 Oz Jar INSTANT COFFEE 1.39 Giant Size TIDE, Special at _69c "Remarkable" BarJlett No. 2'? cans PEARS 3for$l FRESH, LARGE Cucumbers»•5 C CALIFORNIA POTATOES lOlbs. 39c 100 LB. BAG $3.83 FROZEN STRAWBERRIES...30Ibs. $8.49 CHILLED CHERRIES IN NEXT WEEK CONSUMERS MARKET

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