The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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2-Algono (la.) Uppar DM MolfiM Thursday, July 28, 1955 Irene Foertsch Of Wesley To Wed On Aug. 16 Wesley — Invitations arc on' for a shower to be held Sunday afternoon, July 31 in St. Joseph's Parish Hall honoring Irene Joan Foertsrh. She is a daughter of Mrs Theresa Foer- Iseh and will become the bride of Lyle Kuypcr of West Bend on Tuesday morning. Aug. Hi. Weekend Guesis Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeler and two children of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental L. H. Klcinpeter home. To Wed In California Irving Alne. younger son of Mr and Mrs Sam Alne. and Joan Whizin will be married in North Hollywood. Calif. Sunday. Aug. 7. Irving is employed in the Research and Design department of an aircraft company in North Hollywood where he has been the past three years. Mr and Mrs Alne plan to attend the wedding. Future Farmers Meet The regular meeting of the Prairie Future Farmers was held at the Lickteig schoolhouse Monday evening. July 18. 12 members answered roll call which was "My favorite summer sport". Leonard Arndorfer was a guest \ The group decided to rent a tent for sleeping quarters at the fair. Eighteen calves, one sow and two litters of pigs will be shown at the county fair by club members. Lunch was served by Billy Grant. Achievement Day Wesley Wizards 4-H Girls Achievement Day will be held in Center Schoolhouse Saturday, Aug. 6, from 1 to 5 p.m. Demonstrations on use of patterns and pressing clothing will be given. A style show will be held with each girl wearing a garment she had made during the year. One of the demonstration teams and the winner of the style show will compete with other groups at 'he county fair. Plan County Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening. Aug. 4. All members arc urged to attend as plans will be nitric for the county meeting which v.-ill be held here Tuesday nUei noon, Aug. 9. Mrs Viola Studer and hor mother, Mrs Jennie Luken had as their guests Friday and Saturday their sister and daughter Mrs Win. Flanagan and her husband of Phoenix, Ariz, and their granddaughter, P a t r i c i a Connelley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Emmett Connelley of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Roy lianscn spent Friday July 15 in Des Moines where Mrs Hansen had a medical check-up. Mr and Mrs E. M. Olson, Mary Kay. Bob and Mike drove to Council Bluffs Monday where on Tuesday morning they attended the wedding of their son and brother, Wendell Olson, t'. Valevia Spurgin. WendelJ is a student at Creighton University and had served four years in the navy. His sister and brother-in- law, Mr and Mrs Bob Pink oi Omaha, Neb. were the bridal couple's attendants. Mr and Mrs J. T. Mi-urer were ;il the A. M. Lemke home ne;,i Iivington for a family picnic t |i;i- J)er. Mrs Jim Lincoln and children nl Gi ninell cairn dav, July 2."i. tor ,, \ ; her parent^. Mi alii GenJes Mr and Mrs M:uti and her nephew. M sen attended a live picnic dinner Sunda\ the Luke Hamilton i, ( roft. Later in 1i. Martin;!ton- Michhc! to his p:iie;i TiiiSM'l! home II lowing hi> \\-eeK'- litons i ('turned hi Mr and Mis Don Ko Madison. Wis : Doiotl.v St. o! Lake Bel ton. Wi-' M, Blown of Tan,pa. Fla. In lefly Tiiursdhv w;lh Mr Loebig They 'v.-e;-,. , ,. ; , Algnni, to attend fmiei a! ? nf H relative. Mr- A .1 I;i ,-,.. n On Sunday. July !7. Mi - L -, b: ; iis her gue.-ls. M: aii-i M, John Chamber of Ki< ii i \i • :,M.I Mi.- Oioa J.,cob.- of t'oj •.'.-.<•• Mr and Mi- J J Jae J'ollll. Neljia i-verung and v. Mb tjjeo. d Walker and fa. Steven Walker ^;';iNrJ|j;ii en! - i, X'aejtioii Mi and Mrs iaiHily got h, and his mother, Mrs Olive E/d- inan at a picnic dinner in an Ames Park. Mrs Olive F.rdman who had spent 10 days in Cedar Rapids returned home with Alfred Krdmans. Methodist Ladies Airl meets at the church Wednesday aflernoon, August 3. with Mesdames Harold Price. Dwight Bruns, Bet tie Wester and Olive Erdman as hostesses. Jean Kraus will have the lesson and Mary Brad fir-Id will lead the devotion. Dolores Monson of Morning Sun is spending a month here with her brother, Wilbur Monson and family and with other i elatives. Mr and Mrs Joe Studer and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly and Audra attended the Wellik - Doughan wedding at Duncan Thursday, July 21. Studer's grandson was flower boy and Audra was bridesmaid. Kossuth County Bee-Keepers Association members and their families held their annual picnic m the I.O.O.F. hall Sunday. July 24. Mrs John Hildman was br'nuht home Friday from Mercy 'lospital. Mason City, where she had bt en for medical care. Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner and family spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs Marguerite Gardner of Algona and her hou••;•- guest, John Ramsay of New Zealand. Mr Ramsay is representing the 4-H boys as an exchange student and has been here several weeks. Mr and Mrs Joe Eiscnbarth of Franklin. Minn, spent Sunday and Monday visiting relatives here. They had visited her brother. Joe Hildman and family at Plymouth. Joe Hildman is very sick. The Eisenbarths visited the Ed Hildmans, Mrs Sophia Hildman and family, the Urban Neuroth, Reese Martin aiicl John Hildman families. Mr and Mrs Vincent Mat/ and Ronnie of Denhart were Sunday guests at the parental, Julius Mat?, home. They had also visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Haag and family at Algona. Mrs Sophia Hildman. Beatrice and Leo spent Friday night at the Matt Kellner home at St. Joe. Mrs Kellner, 70, had passed away on Tliuiscl.'jy find was buried Monday morning. The dec-eased was the mother of Mrs llildman's son-in-law, Cyril Kellner of St. Joe. Many Wesleyans saw Mr and Mrs George Kelch of Kanaw'pa. former Wesleyans on T.V. from K. G. L. O., Mason City, one night last week. They wore with a group who presented a square dance. Mr and Mir. Ca?per May r,f Milwaukee came Simony to visit several days at fie Juluis Mat/, homr. Mrs May is Mr Mat/.' sister. They had also visited a sister, Mis Joe Hildman and family at Plymouth and another sistor, Mrs Bud Decker and family at Clear Lake. Mrs Sam Alne spent this week visiting relatives at Story City. Mr Alne is doing carpenter work there. Bud and Kenneth Mulligan of Cullon, 111. came Sunday, July 17. to get their mother, Mrs Dane Mulligan who had visited her sister. Mrs Kalherine Downs who lives at the home of her daughter, Mrs Tony Hildman and family at Bradgale. The Mulligans also visited the Ed Downs family. Mr and Mrs Jack Bohn of Ames spent the weekend at the parental, Fred Bohn and Leo Bleich homes, Lorraine Bleich, a student at Drake University. DRS Moines. spent the weekend at her parental Leo Bleich home. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson had as their weekend guests, Rev. Olai Urang of Minneapolis. He is National Home Missionary Secretary of the Evangelical Free Church and was guest speakcr iit both the Upper Flat and the Evangelical Free Church Sunday morning. Ellen Loebig arrived Saturday morning to spend a month's vacation at her parental, Victor Loebig home. Ellen just completed her second year at St. Mary's Academy at Milwaukee. Father John Coady of Bay St. Louis. Mississippi visited several homes last week and showed slides of Mississippi flowers and of the Missionary work in China. Everett Ackerson is on vacation this week from the Robinson Produce Station and Stan Johnson is on a week vacation from the Exchange State Bank. Both will probably do some fishing. Mr and Mrs Jim Haverly and Karen left Tuesday for a visit with their son and brother, Keith Haverly, who is stationed at the Navy base at Point Mugu, Calif., a Navy Air Testing Center. Keith is a Photographer Airman. The Wesleyans also planned to visit Jim's brother, Pete Haverly anci wife at Coronado, Calif. Honor Lee Colweils, Wed 40 Years, At Sunday Picnic Martha Washington, wife of President George Washington wa^ previously married to Daniel Parke Curtis. Cl !•' P Ju Mr Mr thr n a \ p i.-:t v.itf. •i- li.miiy a! Mi- -, l! and M;s All i W:lh> went ' , A i '.'4. 1-- join t',. - (Jen,- \VoJ| .,.„; ai.n M;> Hi .-<• chd'h'-n o! For An Unfailing Supply of Low-cost High-efficiency Gas, Install This... LP-Gas Storage System by Rapid Thermogas Co. The wonderful convenience of LIMJas for cooking, water healing and house heating can be yours to enjoy, with a l)iilk storage system like this. Why not investigate? Its low cost may surprise you. CJas, the most efficient fuel, is also comparatively low cost. We provide the finest type of I.IMias avail- V»le, together with the hest-quality, Underwriter's Laboratories approved storage systems, to give you trouble-free heating and unfailing service. Drop in and have a look at these modern new conveniences! Have your dreamt; come true! No obligation. "Top quality materials and know- how go into our ENGINEERED INSTALLATIONS to assure maximum efficiency; lower operating costs; safe, dependable service." otuvtir Rapid Thermogas Co. Algona Irvinglort—Mr and Mrs L. E "olwcll were happily surprises Sunday when n crowd of relatives came to help them celebrate then 40th wedding anniversary. Al! came with filled baskets of e'atr and a fine picnic dinner was enjoyed. A four tiered wedding cake was baked by Mrs Colwell's sister. Alice. Many pictures were taken and the afternoon vvss spent in visiting. Ice cream and cake served at 4 p.m. and a purse of money presented the Colwcll? as a gift. Those present were Mr and Mrs Harold Colwell and sons, Mr and Mrs B. O. Davis and children, Mr and Mrs Lee Vander- Waal and children, Mr and Mrs' Charles Colwell and children, Mrs Mary Colwell, Toinmie and Timlin ic of Livermore: Mrs Claude Fowler. Mr and Mrs Harry Lair Mr and Mrs Homer Lan- ainl son, Mr and Mrs Ed •imi: and family. Mr and Mrs Mocek, Mr Jack Brennan Dorothy and Mrs Blanche . r. all from Jackson, Minn. liner Fowler of Fort Dodge, iiul Mrs Clement Fowler an?i of Barnum; Mr and Mr.s Quade and family and Mr.; Quade of Haveiock. Mrs Henry Scheppmann an-J i\h and Mrs Louis Scheppmann and family and Mr and Mr; Oeu. G,.<|e and Gary attended the C'-risloffer reunion at Fairmont, Sunday, July 17. Mr and Mrs Crane and children of Mont rose. Ark. are visiting at thc> A. M. Lemkee home Mrs Crane is the former Beltu Lemkee. On Sunday the Lemkees entertained their children ami families at a picnic dinner. Also attending were Mr and Mrs Joe Mouer of Wesley and Mr and Mrs L. Miller of Bode. Donald Frankl of Minneapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here and his mother accompanied him home on Sunday for a two week's visit at their home. They plan t" spend next weekend on a drive to Northern Minnesota. Janice Robinson of Algona spent a few days the past week with Annette Frankl. Pony riding was the main event. Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole and John spout the weekend at Lake Okoboji where they and the Menkes have cabins rented. Mr and Mrs C. E. Rose of Mason City spent Saturday at the Alex McLean home. B. S. Degree, Ames Deloris Trunkhill of Burl graduated July 20 from Iowa State college with a Bachelor of Science degree in general home economics. Only one stale, Washington, has been named for a U. S. President. TAKE A £R|f With Your OLIVER DEALER BRADLEY BROS, WHERE? - To The Big OLIVER FIELDI DAY WHEN? - AUGUST 4th. 1:30 p.m. at SPENCER, OWA WHY? - To Let You Operate the Following E O ul P men WHAT? - Oliver Super 99 & 5 Bottom Plow Super 88 & 4 Bottom Plow Super 77 & 3 Bottom Plow Super 55 & 3 Bottom Plow (mounted) Oliver Model 50 Twine Tie Baler Model 240 Semi Flexible Wheel Disc Model 4 Corn Picker Model 2 Side Delivery Rake HOW? — YOUR DEALER WILL MAKE ARRANGEMENTS Register Here! Be With Us August 4th 1 BRADLEY BROS. 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