The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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6-Algeria (to) Upper Oes MoIhM thursdoy, August 18, 1955 Karen Clark Of Galbraith Will Wed, August 28 I.uVcrnr —Mr and Mrs Donald (""lark of Galbrailh announce the engagement a n d approaching marriage of their daughter. Karen Frances, and William Roy Nicholas, son of Mr and Mrs Norman Nicholas of Jamaica. The wcd- diritf will take place Sunday, Aug. 28, in Union Church at Jamaica. Live Wires Judged Achievement Day of the Lu- Verne Live Wires was held in the town hall Aug. 2, with Mrs August Studer of Wesley as judge. Mothers present were Mrs Harry Naffziger, Mrs John Voss. Jr.. Mrs William Prior. Mrs Dennis Carroll, Mrs Wilder Rock wood and Mrs Glen Braynard. Guest was Marsha Prior. Live wires to take exhibits to Kossuth County Fair are: Leota Ann Voss. Sally Prior, June H?irpcT. Shirloen Schnet/.er. Judy Naffziger. Elaine and Eleanor Rockwood, Rosemary C a r r o 1 1, Kathyrn Bockes, Jeannelle Schneider and Annette Braynard. Refreshments were served. A pot luck supper was served at town hall Monday evening, Aug. !) at the regular meeting followed Iiy a hay ride. Shower Honors Mrs Richard Taylor, Clear Lake, the former Janice Helti. was honored with a post nuptial miscellaneous shower Friday, August 5 at the home of her aunt. Mrs John Zimmerman, with assisting hostesses, Mrs Gilbert Hefti, Crystal Lake; Mrs Lester Anderson. Kanawha: and Mrs Peter Hefty, Renwick. About 25 guests shared the courtesy. Games were enjoyed. Assisting the bride in opening her gifts were Mrs Earl Zimmerman, Mrs Stanely Schipull, Renwick; Mrs Leland Swan of Hardy. Out of town guests included the bride's grandmother, Mrs A. L. Daggy, Humboldt. An Anderson family gathering was held Sunday in the Lu- Verne town hall honoring Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson and daughter, Melissa, visiting here from Sheridan. Wyo. A family gathering was held Sunday in the home of Mrs Bertha Hunt and son, Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt. Guests included their sons and brothers, Mr and Mrs Albert Hunt, Warren and Carolyn of Arcadia, Cal.; Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt and Lois of Algona, their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Cecil Neal and family of Mason City. Elmer Eager left early Sunday for Cheyenne, Wyo. Elmer, a victim of hay fever, expects to he there during the season of ragweeds and hopes to find employment while away. He is assisting his lather. Eli Baaer, with contracting: work. •lean Ann Churchill, 11-yenr- <>ld daughter of Mr and Mrs Burdette Churchill uf Reiner. Minn, has arrived for a vacation visit in the home of her maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Lloyd F. Smith. Mr and iVIrs William Horppner. Jr., Omahit. Neb. were Friday over-night quests in the parental, Mr and Mrs William Hoeppner, Sr., home. They made the trip by motorcycle and left Saturday to attend races of a club of which they are members at Spencer. Mr and Mrs Sam Zenlner, Jr., of Winnebago, Minn, were Sunday guests in the home of hi uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner. C. B. Huff is at a hospital in Rochester. Minn, for further med- cial treatment. Mrs Lee Walters. Michael and Karen of Long Island, N. Y. visited Thursday in the home of Harry Von Diaska. Mrs Walters, the former Gc'nevieve Higgens, was a granddaughter of the late Mrs Harry Von Draska. Mrs L. Six. Daryl, Rhonda and Sheryl and her brother Dorrance Thomas of St. Paul, Minn, were weekend visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas home. Daryl Six remained to visit in the home of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Richard Hewitt an<i Raejean. Mrs Anna Blumer and granddaughter, Shirleen Schnetxer spent the week visiting relatives in Jelfry, Minn. Mr and Mrs Wayne Ridenour and children and Richard Studer of Dexler, Minn, were Sunday guests in' the home of Mr anJ Mrs Harley Rusher. Mr and 'Mrs Albert Hunt. Warren and Carolyn concluded their visit in the home of his mother and brother, Mrs Bertha Hunt, Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt and returned to their home in Arcadia, Calif. Carolyn visited a month in the home of her uncle as hoi- family made a trip east. Mrs Elsie Steussy is a medical patient in Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson, Sonja, Karen and Jon of Osage came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs Emma Nelson, and with their friends, Mr and Mrs William Prior and family. Mr and Mrs Darrell Moeding, Dana, twins, Debra and Diane of Fort Dodge visited Saturday afternoon in the parental. Mr and Mrs William Moeding home. Mr and Mrs George Schnetxer and children attended a family gathering in Eagle Grove Sun- clay at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Fred Kraft. Mr and Mrs John Wilhite of Corwith visited Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Lloyd F. Smith. Mr and Mrs Cyril Woodsen of Eagle Grove called Saturday afternoon at the home of then daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Agard. Linda accompanied them home to visit. i Married At Whittemore Wyn. Dick experts in be rlis- cliur.aed later this year. Up just, returned from three years service in Germnny, July 4. The Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens and children attended family week of the Evangelical United Brethren church at the camp .-it Riverview park in Cedar Falls last week. Mrs Bernard Wolf and Mrs G. Johnson also spend the week there, representing the Woman's Society of World Service; of the Church. Others from the church were in attendance during the week and over the weekend. Whiftemore—In a double ring ceremony at St. Michael's Catholic church. Whittemore, Monday morning, Aug. 1, at 9 o'clock. Mary Knoer, R. N., daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Knoer of Rodman, became the bride of Holland Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Leo M. Johnson of Clinton. The Rev. William Veit officiated at the nuptial muss. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, James Knoer, of Irvington. Mrs Joan Voigt sang several solos during the service and was accompanied by Mary Jo Haag who also played the traditional wedding inarch. The bride was charmingly attired in a formal length while satin gown under illusion net, with a fitted bodice featuring Chantilly lace. Her bouffant- styled skirt had insets of lace, with net fingertip veil and long sleeves tapering to a point at the waist line. A pearl trimmed tiara headress and pink and white roses completed her ensemble. Her only jewelry was a cameo pin at the neckline that her great- grandmother brought from Ireland, over one hundred years ago. Helen Knoer of Emmetsburg was the maid of honor and Betty Lanhan of Beresford, S. D. was her bridesmaid. if takes to be "TOPS" STANDARD GASOLINES power,economy, and all'round performance ...and raised to the Highest Octane levels in our history Most modern high compression automobile engines call for increased octane to assure smooth, efficient, knock-free operation . . . and that's what they get with STANDARD WHITE CROWN and RED CKOWN (iasolines, raised to the highest octane ratings in oar sixty-six year history. But octane alone is not the whole answer. (Jood gasolines must be carefully balanced too — to take care of all the requirements of your car's engine, regardless of age or type. Standard (iasolines are balanced to give you controlled volatility- the right gasoline for the right season with 110 vapor lock even in the hottest weather; and to giv« you all 'round smooth, efficient, economical performance. Fill up and find out what a difference fhese gasolines can make. Stop at Standard today! You expect more from and get it! STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE Phon* 132 State ft Jonti The groomsman was James Dunn of Leeds, S. D. Best man was Pat Knoer of Rodman, brother of the bride. Ushers were James and Joe Reding of Rodman. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the "Plantation dining room for a number of relatives and friends. The bride is a graduate from the Rodman high school and St. Mary's School of Nursing in Rochester, Minn. Since graduation in Rochester, she has been employed at Fort Meade, S. D. The bridegroom is a graduate from the Clinton high school ana ut present is attending the school of music at Rapid City, S. D. The newlyweds are on a motor trip to the east coast after which they will be at home in Sturgis, S. D. Bancroft News Mrs II. K. Lampe accompanied Mrs Francis Wilhelmi to Topeka, Kansas where they met Sgl. Francis W i 1 h e 1 m i who has been stationed in Africa the past two months. Mrs Wilhelmi and three children have been with her parents, the Ralph Valentines, in Algona since his absence. They expect to make their home in Topeka, Kan. Mr and Mrs Robert McCarthy, Sharon and Keven left August 7 for Chicago, where they spent a week's vacation. Yvonne Doocy, student nurse of Council Bluffs, is spending a month's vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Nick Doocy. Shirley Goche, R. N., 'and daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Goche, returned Wednesday after a five week sight-seeing trip along the west coast, Canada, and many other places of interest She will spend until September 1 with her parents before going to Milwaukee, Wis. where she has accepted a position in the hospital there. Donna Bergman, Diane McGee, Joan Fox, Ann McGuire. Carol Lee Rahe, Phillis Mulligan and Alice Walsh spent last week at Lake Okoboji enjoying a week's outing. Charline and Tommy Gocha St. Louis, Mo. with Grafts who spent at the Ed Goche Doocy home nl Elmore. Mr Doocy fell Tuesday from a load of baled straw and fractured his shoulder and has now developed infection of his right lung. Mr and Mrs Jamfs Doocy and Sheree of Austin, Minn, were also there. If IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Two Algonans At Army School Two Algona Army Reserve Majors, Earl R. Legler and George W. Sefrit, have completed a two week course of instruction in a command and general staff college at Fort Riley, Knn?n.«. nnrt have returned to their home's. Mr Legler is principal of the local High school, while Mr Se- frit is vocational as instructor in the high school. One can be a V>ig shot without being a big noise. Summertime .... and the peaches are creamy! returned to the George j Wednesday home. Walter Thomas of Detroit, Mich, came Sunday for a three week visit here and at Mason City and will take his wife and three sons home. They have been here for several week visiting with her mother, Mrs Bfss Connelly. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bergman spent Sunday at the Tim • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Jill Freeman of Goldfield was a guest the past week in the farm home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt. Mr and Mrs Eli Bnger went lo ( Webster City to visit in the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stoddard and baby Mildred of Fort Dodge spent Sunday in the home of his mother, Mrs Murie Stoddard. Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen of Ventura were Thursday evening visitors in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen. Mrs James Neville of Ames visited Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler. Larry Lehman of Des Moines is spending the week visiting in the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle and family. Charles Merkle, accompanied his parents Mr and Mrs Earl Lehman and son Billy into Minnesota for a week's fishing. Robert Zimmerman is at the University of Illinois attending a two week driver's course as is required for his position as teacher in Hanover, 111. school. Mrs Zimmerman and buby Kim spent the time with her parents in Bellwood, 111. The Zimmerman family has spent the summer with his parents, Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman at the farm home of his grandfather, John Hefti, east of LuVerne. Mrs Doris Kimzey and James of Milo spent the" weekend at the home of their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett. John Selby of Des Moines spent the weekend with Mrs Selby. Delores Diekman of Hampton is visiting her friends, Elaine and Eleanor Rockwood in the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs Wilder Rockwood. David, three year old son of Mr and Mrs James Blumer of Lone Rock, is spending several weeks in the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs faul Blumer. Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Hefty and family were Mr and Mrs Walter Hefti of Britt, John Hefti, Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman of LuVerne. Their daughter Wanda Jean Hefty, who visited from Friday with the Walter Heftis in Britt, returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen and Larry went Sunday to get their daughter, Faith Ann, who had spent the past week on vacation at the Hoine of her paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Joe Rowen. Sgt. and Mrs Earl Detmering and daughters, Susan and Chris of Fort Bragg, N. C. have arrived for a furlough in the homes of their parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Detmering, Sr., and Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen and other relatives. A./1C Dick Nielsen has concluded his furlough at the home of hjs parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen and left Sunday for Fort Frances E. Warren, Cheyenne!, Lady Borden Plantation Peach Ice Cream is here! WE HAVE Lady Roixlen in:rm:.\M. Extrn-pood because it's ninile with extra cream ... uiul it lias golden pencil chunks ull through it! Get some today. At tin* place where you ^ee thid Lady Burden Ice Creum sign i We're slicing a melon with you... You Get A Profit-Sharing Bonus On The Trade-in Deal ^because we've stepped up our allowances to an all-time •**#« Vou Get A Bonus The In W- KV^ **» W HAT happens when a business lias a really great year? A bonus is declared — ri«ht? Well, sir —gel set for a windfall, because this is more than Buick's greatest year. This is the greatest. Not only is Buick outselling every car in America except the two most widely known smaller cars —but Buick is breaking every sales record in its history. Right now we're past the mark set in our best pill year—and we're; still going groat guns. So we're slicing a melon with you in the form of an all-out trade-in allowance — a profit-sharing bonus deal that beats even the big trades we've been giving all year. After all, we've gone way beyond onr expected volume —and can nuw afford to stretch our trade-in allowances to practically our break-even point. And that puts yon more easily than ever before in the driver's seat of the hottest-selling Buick in history ... The Buick with the boldest, freshest styling of the times—with the snap and ginger of record-high YS power—with the level buoyancy of the all-coil-spring ride —and iritli the elcctrifi/iiig performance of Variable Pitch Dt/naflow* world'.* first and onlif transmission using the snitch-pitch principle of the modern plane's propeller. Better come in and visit us tomorrow—todav, if vou can —and see for yourself that the thrill and the buy and the deal of the year is Buick, hands down. 'Variable, Pitch Dtjnaflow is tin' unit/ Di/nuflaw Uuirk bnttds toitaij. It is standard on HOAD.\l.\i>TLJi, ujjtiuiiul at //luJtvrt extra coat on other Series, Biggest-selling Buick in History! WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM 105 N. Hall BRANDT BUICK Algona, Iowa

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