The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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Elbert*Rahm Nuptials te.s. The wedding breakfast was served at the bride's home and dinner was served at noon at, the K. C. flail to immediate relatives and the bridal party. Waitresses were: Mary Hardg'rove, Annett Gillingham, Marjorie Schiltz ana Coleen Elbcrl. A reception was held in the afternoon at the K. C. Flail. Mr.= Ervin Elbcrt, aunt of the bride poured, Phyllis Elbcrt, cousin ol bride, cut the three-tiered wedding cake and Julie Elbcrt alsi. helped with the serving. Those in charge of the guest book were Marietta Zaugg and Janice Dooming . Shirley Lowman and Rochelle Johnson took care of the gifts. Mr and Mrs Rahm will he at home in the Bjustr'orn apartment on East Call street following a wedding trip to the Black Hills. (Photo by Ncls Isaacson) C.-r," Klb( .) Nil- Mu >. - C vt :, m :•.» J.-« p:-, ;-.ivi Mi> M t St. Cerr:l Ulie -'J ! . i ; • ; i •• • f i i • • : T-'-,- VM;I: :\f (i, •.<,- .-, ;, •••: -:i !'.:.•. ant li-ii.::: v, i! i .-Ui'Me-l ;c -r hr:d:,l accen'cd b rt. daugh'. !i.,cl Kibe !•.', .u : :nge LcWi- K,,!: ;.'i;nu> Rah i.V.v Ca!h<> i a.m. M.-.: iited i'! ' •,g . -up;<- wai 1 ./ ieng :!!>• !;,ce T ^was diap ''...uq'.ie! v. .- .• tephoiio er • t )V !1. I 1.- ..- fh t -i pe (i -* [ ] S and baby breath. Janic • Duei friend of thr vas maid of honor. The aid was Diane Rahm, sis- •.c bridegroom. st Mis Dwight Wagner, bride, was accompan- m nanist. Josie Me- Livermore Navy Cadet Ends Basic Flying Livermore — Gary W. Hin1<: completed Naval Air basic train- in.t; the 10th ol June at Pensacola. Kla. He is now s'ati'mf r.l -<t N. A. S. Corpus Christ!. Tex. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Hint/, of Livermore. Equality Club Party The Equality Club held their Mid-summer meeting at the home of Mrs Edith Jnhnson. Thursday afternoon. Mrs Carl Undorberu. the president, conducted the business meeting. Anna Altman gave a lesson on Dwighl Eisenhower, completing the series of lessons on U. S Presidents. Son For McCradys A son was b;jrn In Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady Monday at the Mercy (-.uspiJal in Fort D'.dge. the aunt 1' ri F.\-y The best :r,.in was William Ludwi.q and groomsman was Bob Arnd'.rfer. l/.-iiers were William Sch:!'.' and Wallace E:din;in Rnic'.ick Elbeit. brother of tne bride, and Bill Rahm. brother oi !!:e bridegroom, served as acoly- Moving Takes Place Mr and Mrs George Foth moved Saturday from the Cox farm into the former Joe Kuppen house in the north part ol town that the Foth brothers recently purchased. Mr and Mrs Allen Foth .who have been living at the Ernest Iloach home since his re- Y iftf^ '*'**"/ ' (urn from service, will move on to the Cox farm vacated by his parents. Delta Dek Club Mrs Jessamine Miller entertained the Delta Dek Club members and Mrs Anna Welter and Anna and Lena Altman at her home Friday afternoon. Auction bridge was 'the afternoon's entertainment. High prize for members went to Mrs August Paulson, and high for guests to Anna Altman. the travel prize went to Lena Altman. Birthday Party About twenty ladies attended a birthday party at the Ralph Hollinger home Thursday altcrnoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs Holliriger and Mrs Ernest Roney. The Rev. Luther Locsch of Algona is filling the vacancy as pastor at the Immanuel Lutheran church here until the congregation gets a new pastor. Sunday morning services are held at 8 a.m. Master Sergeant and Mrs E. A. Von Vories and five children, who have been stationed in Shagness. England, will return to the United States this week. They will visit Mr Von Vories | relatives in Ohio enroutc to i Livermore where they will visit Mrs Von Vories' mother, Mrs, ' Lizzie Nygaard. her sister. Mrs Virgil Smith, and a brother. Roy Nvgaard. After a leave here Mr Von Vories will be stationed at Forks Aii Base. Topeka. Kan. Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and Mr and Mrs Peter Zennet attended the funeral services of their brother-in-law. Mike Wagner, at Aluf'na. Wednesday. Mr and Mr- Culvert Johnson attended the funeral servie? ot Mrs Johnson's mother, Mrs Clara Johnson, at the Lutheran church in Bode Friday afternoon. Rasmus Olson, who was suffering with infection in his leg. was taken tr> a Fort Dodge hospital for treatment Wednesday. Mrs Dwinht Newton of Fort Dodge vis i ten the weekend here with her daughter. Mrs Alvin Berte. Mrs Lawrence Thilges of St. Joe was a visitor Sunday at the Mrs Anna Berte home. Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt and daughter ol Algona visited Sunday with her parents. Mr and Mr* James Hughe.-?. Mis Alvin Jacobson. R. N. of DCS M<ines spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr and Mrs Chester Orum. Mrs Jacobson and Mr and Mrs Ogan and fi-rnily were Sunday dinner :;uests at the John Jacobson home at Rutland. Carol Wagner, a student nurse ;:t Mercy hospital m Fort Dodge, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr and Mr.- 'Fed Wagner. Mr and Mrs Carl Groh of Lu- Verne were Sunday aiternoen visitors at the Henry Groh homo. Mr and Mrs John Groh of LuVerne were Sunday evening visitors at the Groh home. Mr and Mrs Charles Howard have gone Hiver. spend Dr. .-pen', p 'iis toson. Mrs Cora Greenwood, mother )f Mrs Gale Berryhill, who has •jecn il! at the home of her daughter, was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Friday tor treatment. Mrs Jake Michclson, who had been ill at her home for some time, was taken to Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last' Tues- fhursday, July 14, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des day. Mr and Mrs Joe Casella and four children of Now York are here visiting her Catherine Reed, at iam;; home. mother, Mi the Bill Will $6,640,621.99 a Year for Transportation by the Beer Industry i In most every field of Iowa business, the brewing industry is a substantial customer . . . makes a sizeable contribution to swell the wealth and prosperity of the state. In the matter ' of transportation, for example, the industry spent more than $6,640,000.00 in Iowa last year. This included: i SPENT WITH RAILROADS AND TRUCK LINES $3,467,604,30 SPENT FOR DELIVERIES FROM WHOLESALER TO RETAILER $3,173,017.69 $6,640,621.99 And the industry adds its part in so many other ways . . , another 3'/; million per year for rent, $23,000,000 per year for taxes, $30,000,000 per year in payroll, and so on to many more millions to swell Iowa's booming income. The brewing industry is, indeed, an important contributor to our state's growth and prosperity. HELPS BUILD IOWA to their cabin at Pine M:nn.. where Minni- Paul here M: Vidern Minn., V 1 - 11 . '.. L' Una.;in D.iM: the .-summer mon and Mr-: T. D the weekend in Mrs Rossir.g's m< •vl.iren during their a'o.- Mr r.nd Mrs G: ;-!,-i family of St. -pent the weekend .MI ,-, Videen's M.-tci i renee Ruhnke. j Mr and Mrs Denni.- D and Mr and Mrs Kenniil' j berg spent the weekend 1 luth. visiting at the home ; and Mrs Donald Berryhill. ' Mrs Jessamine Miller visite ; ; over the Fourth with her dautir.- i ter. Mrs Harl Gime.i an:l fan;- ' ily in Renwick. : Mr and "Mrs O. J. Cayuii. M: ; and Mrs Richard Sawyer and Mi> i Anna Welter spent the weekend : in the Cayou cabin at Stillwater. Minn. ' Sandra Sprung, who .-pent ;. month visiting at the M:-r!.ae! I Murphy home in St. Louis. M" ' returned home Saturday. Mr anii . | Mrs Murph.y bruuglit her home . | Mis Lucy Lillian of Bntt .-pen- several days here vi.-itmg at th. Mrs Hairy Clark home. Jerry Stiles is taking h..- v.,c: | tion from his duties at the !.:- j vermore State Bank. He !.a{gone to Minnesota to join ^i.i- j family, u ho are at Mrs St.le.-' | parent's cabins in Minnesota Florence and Pele Sweeney visited Sunday at the hum', oi their binlher. Frank Sweeney ; and wife in We.-t Bend. Orin Beardsley, who has beer, j in the navy )•>! the past lour veal's received his discharge a! San Diego List week and air.v ed home Friday. He i.- the S".; ' of Dr. and Mr.- R. W. Beard.-iev. j Mrs Matt Kellner is a patient ! at the Mercy hospital in Fi-rt ' Dodge. Mr and Mrs J. F. Hamin attended the funeral service:- of ; Mrs Clara Johnson at Bode, Fri- j day afternoon. j Mr and Mrs Fred Ilinf/ were- . 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