The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 41
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4-AI06na (to.) Uppif fi«i Main** Thursday, July 2ft, 1955 Sharon Ringsdorf Bride Here Of Charles Elbert Sharon Lee. daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Ringsdorf, Algona, became the bride of Charles, son of Mrs L. A. Elbert, also Algona, in a double ring ceremony performed at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Monday, July 18. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the nuptial mass, the organist was Josie McEvoy and Kathleen Griffin was soloist. The bride wore a light blue suit, while accessories, and rhinestone earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by Betty Ringsdorf, a sister. John Elbert, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A wedding dinner for 32 guests was held at noon following tho ceremony at the Johnson House. Mrs James Kelly was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Glen Hildcbrand helped the bride open her gifts. Sharon is a graduate of Algona High School, and is employed as a local telephone operator, while Mr Elbert is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy now employed at Kent Motor Co. Following a wedding trip through the Black Hills, the newly weds are living in Algona. (Photo by Glenn's Studio). Achievement Day Dates Underway Twenty-four 4-H girl's clubs in Kossuth County will hold local achievement days during the next two weeks. At these achievement days — clothing exhibits, demonstration team and style revue girl will be selected to represent the individual clubs at the county achievement show to be held during the County Failon August 17-18. County 4-H girl's club com- mittee members who will serve as judges for the local shows arc —Mrs Henry Looft. Fenton; Mrs Wayne Keith, Burt; Mrs Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock: Mrs R. 7. Anderson, Lcdyard; Mrs C. A. Gutknecht, Lakota; Mrs Augusf Studer, Corwith and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Wesley. Mrs Bernard O'Donnell, Lone Rock, will also assist the committee. On Out. 3, 1941, Hitler announced that Russia was defeated, never to rise again. FDR held his Chat" in 1.0,33. first "Fireside were interred in tin beside her mother and Commifctl Service At Lakota For Bernke Winter Lakota — Memorial and coin- nntril rites for Miss Bernice Win- r WCIT conducted at Maple Hill •metfry at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jul.v 2-1. by Ri v. Harbin Kruse of th< I ,;>k"t;i Pr">byterii;n c h u r c h Bernice. daughter of Creorge Winter of Al.uona and the late Mn Winter pa-si'd away February 2-) in Chiciiy.) where services were !r Id f:>i|.,\ve'l by cremation. Nov. :he aslv- mily lot brother. BiTiiirr was born in German township but came with he; family to the acorage at the edge J.akota and soon after her graduation from the local high schooi he went to Chicago where she became a competent comptom- eter operator. Bernice was a victim of cancer at 48 years of ago These final rites were attend cd by her father. George Winter of Algona, her sister Laura. Mr.- Con Higgins and Mr Iliggin: Whittemni"; two nephews, Mr and Mr- Hubert Higgins anrl Vernon Hingins of Algona, a cousin. Hoy Schaper, Mrs Schaper and two daughters of Mankatn. Minn, besides loral relatives. Mr ;.nd Mrs Ernest Worlman were hosts to the relatives a following the ceremonies. • Trip To Florida Mr and Mrs Win. Schroeder are on a vacation trip with their first visit to be in St. Petersburg, Fla. with Mrs Schroeder's brother, Mr Coupanger and .family. Mr Coupanger is seriously ill. Then they will go to the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Worlman near Washington. D. C. Buddies Reunion Mr and Mrs Eugene Blome were hosts Saturday night and Sunday to Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson and daughter of Austin and Mr and Mrs Dunne Meyer at the Winston Schroeder home in Elmore. Minn. Eugene and Mr Johnson were together while in the navy anrl the two families lived neighbors in Paturxent. Mel. Meanwhile, the Schroeder family were visiting Mrs Schroeder's parents in Evansville, Wis. Presbyterian Circle The Miriam Circle of Presbyterian women met July 19 at the home of Mrs Frank Dontje in Swea City. The guest speaker was Mrs Clarence Brandt of Titonka who told of life in India. Since Mrs Brandt was born on the Mission Field in India and lived there until 9 years old she tells a vivid story. Sheryl Hertzke was hostess to the Lakota Luckies 4-H girls, July 19. Mr and Mrs Dennis Murray were business visitors in DCS Moines, Jul.v 19. Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder were visitors in Blue Earth Sun- cla$ evening after receiving word of (he sudden death of Mrs JEJda Sparks, mother of Mrs Schroeder's brother-in-law. Merrill Sparks. Another son Wilbur sparks is a former Lakota resident. Mrs Henry Greenfield was brought to her home last week •ifter several weeks in the Buffalo Center hospital following a -irok.o. Mrs Emma Smith is ai 'he Greenfield home. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder and Charla of Chicago were visitors Monday with the former's l.irother Fred, and sister Francis, and the George and Melvin Schroeder families. They drove up from Belle Plaine where they are visiting the Francis Adams fain- llv. Patagonia is at the southern end of South America. Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Leo Clark of Brit! visited at the Ray Fitch home Friday afternoon. Leo is a brother nf Mrs Fitch. Mrs' Minnie Sperring returned to Fort Dodge Friday, after spending a month with her daughter. Mis Bernard Phelps. Arthur Bartlell and lola Jacob son were married at !' o'clock Saturday morning at IFmuboMi Mr and Mrs Vermin Larson and girls visited at the Dwight Ruse home Saturday forenoon. Mr and Mrs Roger Page and Barbara and Mr and M'v Page-'? mother visited Sunday at the Louis Bartlctt home. Mrs Hazel Carroll and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home 1 of Mrs Carroll's mother, Mrs Fannie Albright. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch visited at the Bob Shilling home near Irvinglon Sunday afternoon. Mrs Skilling is the former Florence Fitch. The Larson family went on t picnic to Clear Lake Sunday Those present were Mrs Minim Larsen and Velma, Mr and Mr; Lewis Larsen and Nancy. Mr and Mrs Vcrnon Larsen and girls, Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family and Mr and Mrs Levant \joore and family. Miss Velma Larsen of Iowa City came home for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Jim Stevens am.' boys visited Sunday evening a', the P. W. Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Harold Bates and family left for Laton. Calif. Monday morning to visit Mrs Bates' folks. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Betty and Helen and Beverly Lar.-en were at Iowa Falls to visit one of Mrs Harms' cousins. In high altitudes the Llama is used as a beast of burden. The strait connecting the upper and lower New York bays is called the Narrows. UDM Want Ads Bring Results Many Years A nationwide second floor men's clothing business was built on the slogan. "WALK A FLIGHT AND SAVE $10" They felt that any customer walking a flight of stairs to buy merchandise was entitled to special price consideration. In this age of modern conveniences THIS IS EVEN MOKE TRUE! We at Fowlers wish we had an elevator to whisk you to our Children's Store. Hut we haven't so we've decided on the next best thing—a special price concession. WALK A FLIGHT AND SAVE 10% ON ALL CHILDREN'S WEAR Yes, that's right!! Starling immediately you will have 10% deducted from your total bill when you buy at Fowlers Children's Store. Think of the saving on Hack-to-School merchandise. Remember from now until January 1st. You save lOc out of every dollar you spend at ... FO WLERS Children's Store SALE! "WHITE STAR" BALER TWINE 50 LOT BALE 20 BALE LOT 6.00 PER BALE 15 BALE $£ LOT W. PER BALE 10 BALE $g 4Q PER LOT BALE 5 BALE $£ LOT W. PER BALE IBale «6.75 BRADLEY BROS. South Hotel Algona Phone 714 Limited Offer! 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