The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 35
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Cab Pile Ablaze Algonn's firemen extinguished ii blaze in a pile of cobs on the farm of Ken Brandow, ;i mill- west of town Friday iil'lernoon. Brandmv was burning tr.ish when the cobs ignited, causing a },\ K Dial \vns put nut \vilhonl ),' any diiimigc 1 . Ciii-ricr pigeons fly from 20 lo •'<0 miles an hour. . The earlh was once called Gaea, or Ge. liHTIBIIlt JIIW24 FARM SAFETY TIP Jiiiv 30 DON'T Permit Tiny Tots To Ride Dangerously On The Tractor PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO Seedhouse Jet. Hiways 169 and 18 Phelps-Krominga Vows At Titonka Ceremony Sunday Tiionka — Ruth Phelps. daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps, became the bride of Paul Krominga. son of Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga, in a pietl.v wedding Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiionka Methodist church. I'ev. Max Goldman performed the double ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with baskets of gladoli and other garden flowei s. Mrs B. H. Schwerin sang the "Lords Prayer" and "Because." The nuptial music was played by Mrs Wm. Karels of Bancroft. The bride, who was given in maniage by her father. WOK- a ballerina length gown of white net and lace over taff< la. fashioned with a Peter Pan color and long sleeves tapering to a point over the wii.-:ts. Her fingertip v-il was he-Id in place by a :-weot- hearl shaped half hat trimmed with rows of gathered nc-t. She tarried a bouquet of red rose.-. Miss Alvina Baade, a friend of the bride was bride-maid. Her ballerina length chess was of aqua polished cotton, and she wore a j head band ol aqua net. Her flow- j ei.- wen.- white and pink caina-l lions. Flower gul was Anita Moore, j cousin of the bride, and Harlar, | Krominga, nephew of the hrid.-- groom, was nngbearer. Diane ' Kiominga. the bridegroom's -is- I ter. and Virginia Hacker, cousin ; of the bride, wen- cand The bridegroom's bi other, er Kiomingii. was b. st Ushers weie Dean Kuchf m cuthe: and LeHoy Phelps. ernoriy a reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlois. The tables weie decorated in aqua and white, with a four-tiered wedding cake topped with twu Algona Girl To Wed Burt Youth On August 7 M 11 rind fnmily Tnosdny till • and Alice Pannkuk to Algona Sunday and had I'tnc dinner and met Mr and liaymond Pannkuk and fam- "f Iiippey. who brought their ;;ht'T Gloria along who will '.'. 'th her aunts foi a month's at ion. id Mrs Gordon Swan and and Mrs Virgil Miller were ;day visitors at Albert Lea. and Mrs Swan brought their i'.li!'-!, Carol Ann home after I'.ad spent a week visiting Mi- Mrs Robert Neilson and time. Mr and Mrs Herbert and Mrs Mary Fritz Tuesday until Thurs- in the South Dakota veiling at Spikenton and Andee. Mrs Hnmilton. Tlip Thissons nrc moving into their newly constructed home. Janice Paulson received a scholarship last week from Waldorf college. She expects to start in Mid-September on a normal course with a music minor. Janice is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Paulson. Mrs Herman Wise and Mrs Lawrence Baylor were hostesses Wednesday, July 20. to the "Know Your Neighbor" circle ol the Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Bill LauKrlhal and Cynthia Ann of Algona were Sunday guests at the parental, Carl Johnson home. Bill. Carl and "Cal" Johnson went fishing at Clear Lake Sunday afternoon Mrs Rose Wagner and claugh- | Mr and Mrs John J. Helmers, I ; Algona, have announced the en-| i tagemern. and appioa<hing mar-j , riagi; of th' ;r da'.mht-T, Mary j ,',V'7~ j Jean, above, to Kob',.rt B. Carl-i ••'"'• son. .-on of Mr and Mrs Axel i Ca; Iron of Burt. The couple will! be married in the Trinity Lutheran Church here, Sunday. August 7. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Mr and Mis Ho; lev Smith of Culver City, California, Mr und THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Doublc-Barreled Entertainment Robert Taylor Stewart Granger in "ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT" One of The Year's Beit DRIVE Academy Award Winner ''THE SEA AROUND US" 20,000 Thrills Under The Sea ! SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY For 3 Smash Hit Nites :ttle doves each holding a ling m Mis Karl Smith of Sioux Falls. S. its bill, m the center of the D.. and Mis .Tallies Smith of Hoi- bride's table. | land weft.- Wediie.-day guests of Mr- Gene Kuinunta and Mi K j the 1 . 1 ,' brother Cirady Smith and Hem-.- D. Haj ms c,,t and sr: v-, -d i wife. Hie 'cake. Mi- IK.ioki Ik-, .-ch poured and Mi - Leioy Phelps had charge of the guest book. Caroline Van HuVe arid Amv F"isher u!:\\ r i appin.: wet e !•) ch.il gt of the gifts. ~ Waitress-.- were Linda Nelson, Barb;!! a Hing.-dorf. Coi: me Zwe- fiel. Sharon Carroll. Janice ar.d Gljdy.- Hat::.>. Mr.- Ha/t 1 Car:oi;. Mrs Herman Hai ms. Mi.- Lu-.n- Larson. M:s Claus K: >dl. Mis L< .. Kichti-r. and Mrs Mennn Fuls a-- -isied \\ith the luiii hc'-n Handy inotlier siing two luimbeis at the : ecepl i<>n. The bride and bridegiourn be-'.h giaiiuate'i fiom the Titor.ka lligii .M'hooi. Mis Krom.i!f:;i i.- employed by the Farme:s and Tiade'rs Savings B.iiik ;n Bane; oil and Mr Krominga at the Titonka Lockers. AfU the Black Hills thev will hv..- in Titonka. Mis John Simon of A 1. conn visited her ci>u.-m. Mis Pierre Sartor. Monday. Mr and Mis B"') Can.pbell and d;:uu!:te: B.,ibaia '.f '.\';-... jtun. 111.. v.'eie Thur.'dav visit'-:- at til" 1-,-iiH- of Mr "and Mis \Vaitv- Haack. Mi.- Campbell and Waiter au- brothers and sistei.-. Janice Sir.it!-. .if Gieeiie. grand- dai.ul:ter of Mr and Mrs Grady Smith ;s .-I'leiiduru a mi lilh's vaca • t, .in visitin'- !u re. Mr and M:s David Ryder of Houston. Texas, cam-,: Tiiuisday and spent until Tuesday morning v.itii Mis Kydei-V [jaren'ts. Mr anJ Mr.-. Wry., d'vker. and MIJIC;- relative- here. Mi and Mrs I.vder will i;,, J-o:v,e in- \\'a\ p of Wu.-hin^tun. D. C. Th..- M, ibodi-t circles v.'ill nu'-et Wedne.-day, July 27. The Mary a week's wedding trip to [Circle will meet with Mis Ja^ ' Biuilong. with Mis L. C. lieiuu-'i Mr and Mrs Walter Ilanck attended the hmeial of Walter's ccni.-m. Kail H. Ha: twig o I)c:ii4e Tuesday. Mr and Mis "Herbert Viilen,•;;•-, and f.,:i:ily of Pawtucketl. H. I. aii -pending a two weeks vac^i I.I'M w:th Mi> \'i!ier.-:i;vi.'s ST.'.''!'. as co-ho--te>s. Mr.-. Charles Phelps will give the devotions and Mrs Wilbu: Schram the Usf-oil. The Elesta circle will meet with Mis Fo,-t|It,r.e Peters.,n With Mrs V;v:ar. j I Wubl'u-n ;.s ei.i-hostess. DeV"° oils •\;\\' ' will he mvin lj\- Mrs Ma.'.in Lar!;d the 1, ,v-o!l bv M. - L.'.l!< •n. Th.- Adah circle w:i'. ••.:, .-t M:~ M:ld:.. -1 Iv-.ler- '.vi'>- \:. i' ' i ' -.;i ,i> i. >i-!. '. t>'s. M:- GCI..K! Hadig and M; -' 1 ievi;. '• '.;,.( i-.-.'i-v,;,!! ":ia 'in- ^ .-'.-l':i Lo:.:.- Seegabarlh ul Lone Koer. : \<\ Mrs T- d Diiiimiie. we'i.- .'•'riday afternoon vi^.itur.- ..'. j Elmer Hick.-, son of Mr ant: M: s the r.orne o! tl'.iir ir.otlu-r. M;s ; Sinum Riek>. h.. : - !i«.i-n e jscii;-: \n\i Am,a A!i:e. i ( ; ,,m MH- an t-.ic, in 'i. x:-.- :.i!.-: Mrs Iiei.e Higgiu.- tnt(rta:nc:i j iuur y,,,;.- >: st;\-i..'v. He .ii:;ved ; her .>u(i i-'iib Thursday with Mrs i home Wednesday. ! Vei'e Schmidt being a extra} Air ar.<i M:s A: men IV id and uuest. P:ixi-s weiv won by M.> ! i-hiUiren Anita ana L^y o: South - Gciii-v., Thacke; and Mr- E.-thi r : S:o'.;x City. N-.-b:.. \s..ii \'.-:t;r. ; , Pi-teison. at tl.e hoiiii- o! M, ariu M: - Pa-.;V • <-k '• i ( Mr • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer -- Loretta Kopel and son i. of Haverhill spent the end here at tier sisUr's. Mrs Studer and family i>nd with ielatives. and Mrs Julius M;;t/. Rose and Charlotte wen: !n Ply- h Sunday to visi: the Joe ,,;n family. Mr Hihlman v lil. Mi's Hildman i.-. a sis' Mr Mat/.. - .Joe Krieps and Juckie, Mai-y Maix and Charlotte Friday at Leland with thei; s. Mi> Torn McGi'eevey and •. Mrs McGreevey is the : Ruth Mary Goet/. ,; if G'x.'tz. who is employed i.-s-in City is spending her .- vacation at the parental. 'n 'C',: home. and Mrs J. T. Meurer and nii Mrs A. M. Lemkee en- a p;cnic and fishing at Iowa Sunday. '> : Mary Gertrude returned -u':i Bend. Ind.. Thursday :• ll'iv.'ing a visit here with r UHT. Mrs Mary Otis and ..nd Mrs Lai'ry Lang and ••' were Sunday guests at the - Stuci'.-r home. The women :-!ers. Maicia Lang stayed longer visit. :.'.-. Lsnda and Karla New'-. daughters of Mr and Mrs Newbrough, spent last week ; 'me of their grandparents, ::: Mr, E. R. Newbrough. J '.".r.son and his sister. Mrs n Hamilton accompanied by >•;-usin, Robert Goetz. spent ;n Waterloo with the id Thissen family. Thev i.! home with them little .el Thissen. l'-j, who will be for this week by his aunt. DAVIS Frigid-Midget ICE CUBE TRAY Thurseltiy, July 2t, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper OM Mo?ft«~S Itr? of Minneapolis, Minn, spent family, last week with Mrs V" niece. 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