The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 23
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 7, 1955
Page 23
Start Free Trial

Charles Ellingson W*d$, Formerly Of Ottosen Offd*«tt •** Announcement was made of the marriage of Beverly Donath, daughter of Mr and Mrs Waiter Donath, 236 Sullivan Ave., on Saturday, June 25. Miss Donath and Charles M. Ellingson, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ellingson, 31306 Scenic Dr., Cedar Falls, formerly Ottosen residents, repeated their wedding vows before the Rev. M. O. Herder in Trinity American Lutheran church. / the couple left on a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells and will be home,after June 30 at 205 Locust St. The bride is a bookkeepef for the Leavitt & Johnson Co. The groom attended Iowa Stale College in Ames and the University of Iowa in Iowa City. Presently he is employed by Hawkeye Steel Products, Inc. At SOth Anniversary June 19 Mr and Mrs Albert Ber- fium 'drove to Starbuck, Minn., where they attended the 50th ! wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs E. C. Landaas at the Lutheran Church at Starbuck. At 'the anniversary the Bcr- gums met old friends who were formerly Bode community residents, Miss Olga Lillegaard and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Eric Fuhrholmen from Illinois. Sunday, June 26 the Center School reunion was held at Lu- Verne. Minn. From this community those attending were Mr and Mrs Albert Bergum, Mrs Clara Solbrcg, Oliver Christiansen, Mr and Mrs Lcnhard Holden, Gilbert Holdcn and Mrs Art Brodale. Mrs Anna Longseth and Mrs Essie Cooper were hostesses at a coffee party Tuesday evening honoring Mrs Gordon Jensen at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper. Those present were Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Mina Wehrspann, Mrs Lawrence Holden and Mrs Morgan Hagen. Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen and family moved Saturday to Whittemore where Mr Jensen has a teaching position for next vear. The Presbyterian women's Organization will hold an ice cream social, Friday evening. July 8, in the church parlors. The family of Mrs Anna Longseth gathered at the Joe Long- si-th home at Nevada Sunday, June 26 for a reunion. Those present were Mrs Anna Longseth of Ottpscn. Mr and Mrs Harold Sun- '•"Hrt and family of Algonn. Mr and Mrs Melvin Longseth and family of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Alfred Lemke and family ot Ffint*nnelle and Mr and Mrs Art Longseth and family of Manchester. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards drove to Mankf to. Minn., Tuesday where they met their granddaughter Glenda Norman of Seattle. Wash.- The young lady will be on an extended visit this summer. Wednesday morning Mr and Mrs Richards attended funeral services for Mrs Francis Sittler at Livcrmore. THHT'5 R RUT AIR CONDITION^ CITY **ypa$* 'ttSiJUN* a< SM Al/WZIRSjJB tne,#6MO\*t OP AN i BETWEEN THE O1 THE INDIANS HAD A WORD FOR IT I7ne w3RO-tOT6M"cavi6S peart THE ALGONOU1N INIMN6. CONVINCED THSV WER8 PESC6NTCP FKJltt ANIMALS « PLANTS OS A\ONUMEWTS TO t UEI* ANCeSTOffi AMP WORSHIPPED THESE LONE ROCK NEWS U-D-M Want Adi Bring RtsuUf Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough and their guests, Mr and Mrs Harrv Reynolds of Tacoma, Wash.; Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller and Kenneth of Stan- Icy. Wis.; Mr and Mrs L. Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard enjoyed a family picnic Sunday at the Sylvania park at Fairmont, Minn. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Stevie, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and Ricky. Joyce and Lois Mueller of Stanley, Wis. returned home after spending a month here visiting friends and relatives. Rev. and Mrs Norcline and family returned home Sunday evening from a vacation. There will be church and Sunday school as usual next Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Hutchinson and family of Waltham. Minn, came Wednesday and visited friends and relatives here till Thursday evening. Jane Kissner relumed home with them. Dawn Marie Larson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leon Larson of Rowan, came Wednesday to visit the Merton Larsons. Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman called Thursday evening at the Carl Bonstt-ad home in Gractting- er. The women are sisters. Mrs Nellie Wilson of Lambcr- ton, Minn, an old school mate of Mrs C. E. Householder, visited several days last week with her. Coffee guests last week at the Clarence Kraft home were Mr E. A. Lee, Mrs Geo. Kissner, Mrs Marlin Bausman. Mrs Fred Genrich. Mrs L. V. Johnson, Mrs Jim Larson and Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. Jill Blanchard. daughter of the Jess Blanchards. has been visiting since last Tuesday at the Chet Alme home in Ottosen. Mrs Charles Householder visited with Mrs C. E. Householder Thursday afternoon. Angus Cotton Jr. of Chicago 111. flew home for the weekend to attend his grandfather. N. L Cotton's birthday. The Idle Hour club met Thursday with Mrs Ed Tigges. Mrs Art Person assisting. Sixteen members were present. The annual family picnic, which was postponed in June, will be July 24. Election of officers was held for the new year: Mrs Ed Tigges, president; Neva Thompson, vice president; Mrs Ode Cherland, secretary and treasurer; Mr? Art Person, assistant .secretary and treasurer; Mrs Alfred Schipull, historian and news reporter. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur took Mr and Mrs Ira Button .of Algona to Mason City Friday where they left by train for Texas to visit their son and family. Mrs Erich Seegebarth of Lone Rock and Rueben Groskreutz of Wells, Minn, were sponsors Sunday for Jeffrey Groskreutz, infant son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Groskreutz of Ware, who wa? baptized at the Trinity Lutheran church in Mallard by Rev. Crook. Dinner guests at the Arnold Groskreutz homo were Mr and Mrs Erich Seegobarth, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs August Groskreutz and Rueben of Welfe, Minn, and Rev. and Mrs Crook of Mallard. The Lone ftock Legion Team played Graetlihger there Sunday with the score 12-5 in favor of Lone Rock. Friday Lone Rock played Corwith, the score 7-3 in favor of Lone Rock. Sunday, July 10 there will be a doubleheader at Lone Rock. Lone Rock vs. Garner and Blue Earth. The first game starts at 2 p.rh. Mr and Mrs Eldon Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and family, Mrs Naomi Marlow were guests Monday at the Pete Marlow home at Burt. HOSPITAL June'29 — Mrs Eugene Kollasch, Bode, girl, 7-9. June 30 — D. R. Ludwig, Whittemore, surgery; Herman G. .Elbert, Whittemore, surgery; Dale R. Saxton, Winthrop, Minn., accident. July 1 — Mrs Alfred Serhon, Algona, medical; Arthur Bartlett. Titonka, surgery. July 2 — Mrs Edward Ltng, Algona, medical. July 3 — Clyde Shipler, San Antonio, Texas, medical; Karen J. Hirsch, Algona, medical. July 4 — Esther Hodgson, Burt, medical. July 5 — Mrs Robert Riedcl. Bode, boy, 7-6'<2; Mrs Wilrna Cooksey, Algona, medical; ,Mrs Lloyd Gerber, Algona, maternity; Mrs Gerald Gochenour, Fenton, boy: Mrs Chester Willey, Algona, surgery: Micha?! Hirsch, Algona, medical; Mrs Matt Kellner, Livermore, medical. la koto Circles Met Last Week Lakota—The Presbyterian' Circles met Thursday, the Miriam at the home of Mrs Hugh Lewis, assisted by Mrs Cart Rippentrop; Esther at the home of Mrs Wm. Schroeder, assisted fcy Mrs Elso Jansen. The Study of the book of Acts was continued by Mrs J«rry Heetland and Mrs Ronald Heetland in their respective circles. Mrs Harlan Kruse was hostess to the Mary circle at 8 o'clock and Mrs Jerry Heel- land gave the Bible study- Mrs Henry Steenhard and Mrs Harfz were guests. Mr and Mrs Cliff Buckcls have had a? their guests since Thursday Cliff's parents. Mr and Mrs A. F. Buckels of Oxford, who are enroule to their home after an extended- visit in Thief River Falls, Minn, with their sofl-ifi- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs G. A. Anderson and family. They all accompanied the Buckels to Lakota. The family group was made complete by the arrival Saturday of Mr and Mfs Bud Zimmerman of Oxford. Mrs Zimmerman will be remembered as Esther Buckels. The Gisle A. Anderson family attended a reunion of the Andersons at Thompson Sunday. Mrs Hattie Randall visited her niece. Mrs Merril Sparks and family in Blue Earth, Minn., Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland spent the evening in the Sparks £ome and Mrs Randall returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Carl Gerzema re* ceived word Sunday morning of the death of a nephew, Marvin Kettwick of Buffalo Center, who had been sick for two years with a rare kidney ailment" He was about ten years old. Mr Henry Dontje and Mrs Frankc Schadendorf accompanied Mrs Ed Dontje and daughter Eunice to Webster City and Kamrar where they visited relatives and friends. Mrs Homer Hendrickson, nee Rosalind Rippentrop. was honoree at a post-nuptial shower in the Presbyterian church parlors I July 1 at 8' p.m. Hostesses were the Mesdames, George Ennen, Ronald Heetland, Lakota; Walter Topper, Donald Topper, Alvin Rippentrop and Esther Huisenga of Titonka. Darlene Ennen assisted the bride in opening her many gifts. Rosalind, daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop, formerly of Lakota, was married June 5 to Homer Hendrickson of Ringsted in a ceremony performed in the Lakota Presbyterian church. The A. C. Schissel family is spending the summer in their Spirit Lake cottage. Layaun Barrett is having a vacation from nursing duties in Mercy hospital, Des Moines, and is now visiting her parents, the V. A. Barretts. Roberta Addy returned home Sunday from a visit with her uncle in Des Moines. Linda and Charles Hoeppner are visiting their grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner at Calumet. Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray have arrived in Lakota after a short wedding trip following their marriage, June 26, in Council Bluffs. The new Mrs Murray was Lois Brisben, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Brisbin of Council Bluffs. Mr Murray's parents, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray. Max Bierstedt and Mr and Mrs John Lundquist and Kay Murray attended the wedding. Mr and Mrs Lundquist were the couple'.? attendants. Kay Murray of Phoenix, Ariz, is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray. William Hippen took his mother, Mrs Mike Hippen, to Silver Thursday, July If, t$55 Algana (fa.) Upper D6s Mdinej-S City, N. M. Thursday where they were called by the serious illness of their sister and daughter, Mrs A. J. Hauglund. They went by plane. Mr and Mrs Russell TePaske and boys were at their home July 4. They ar6 living in Cedar Falls while Russell attends summer school. Mrs J. C. Blome left Wednesday for San Antonio, Tex. to visit her brother, Rudolph Brand, wlro is seriously ill. Mr and Mrs Fred Schroedef are attending a state mail carrier's convention in session from Wednesday until Saturday at Waukon. Fred is local rural carrier and his route meanwhile is taken care of by Ray Hertzke. Mrs Schroeder is taking a week's vacation from her duties as clerk in the local post office. Fiberglass-Insulated Therm-All Bag Usually sells for $1.98 NOW ONLY Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. Keeps food for picnics HQTor for * LARGE Slit- 17 x 18 INCHES * IDEAL SHOPPING BAG FOR FROZEN FOOD while til AW Switch to Power Tube/ess Safety for Summer B. F. Goodrich Tubeless Tires Protects against bruise blowouts — Changes them to safe s-s-slowouts AS LOW AS $1°° DOWN AND YOUR OLD TIM STRUECKER'S CONOCO SERVICE . V» Phone 1175 Algona 701 E. State St. B.F.Goodrioh & FIRST IN RUBBER - FIRST IN TUBELESS M APPETEASERS AT DASH 6 FOR DOG FOOD 89c HORMEL'S SPAM J9c Mrs Tucker's Pure Veg 3 Ib. Tin SHORT'NING . GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM Vt Gal, 69C GIANT OXYDOL 59c Regular Bottle JOY 25c Hilex BLEACH g». 49c LARGE 40 OZ, PKG. BISQUICK..J9c JACK SPRAT OLEO..,...5Lbs.$l FINE GRANULATED SUGAR ...tOlbs. We CALIF. SHAFTER POTATOES 20 Lb. 89C KOOL-AID 3 lOc VELVEETA LB. BOX CHEESE Place Your Orders Now For New 79c Chilled Cherries & S'wberries You get value for your meat dollar at Ray's I CUT AND READY FOR PAN 2 IB. AVERAGE Frying Chickens each 98c CHOICE ROUND STEAK U. S. GOOD CLUB STEAK Ib. 490 DECKER'S SLICED BACON FRESH GROUND HAM LOAF MIXTURE Ib. 59° PORK LOIN End Roasts Or CHOPS LB. 39' FRANKS (lib. cello bag) ...49c ALL-Msi! MINCED BOLOGNA .., Lb. 39c Lean Pork Barbecue RIBS LB. 49c ICE COLD FQ« YOUR PICNIC Block Diamond WATERMELONS VINE-RIPENEO JUMBO CANTALOUPE Each 25t LARGE SLICING CUKES Each 5e RAY'S

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free