The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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Oalcia'ndiBesnUsh r Mr and 1 Mrs Norman Henevlk of In a beguijfui ei&dleiight Cere- Elmore, 1 Minn. tind;'Mr. and Mrs, mony, 'Sujiday , ?venicfi,we,dding v J ' *•"*——• • •*-*•—-i« *«— vows werpjpoXen • tiyj Maria G, S3 vows \yerp spqk,e : by iata Oakland _and) Jerty: |C. Bearish a they, werjej uni.ted- m -marriage 'b ' F. ,J t • 'Lonergiiili, • jfprmerly Irtez Potter; and^ son :.Pat, of. WHitte- mbrei ! aray fWnyt at Algona, e . in'the ,u°' y 'S' e ^ ¥?'&' the: .Re.v,.| Kara;, , Methodist church a . double ring service was performed at 7:30 o' the evening; before 275 friends 'and'relatives* The; bride,, gjven ; in marriage by her father; wgre a peattt'iMly' fashioned .gown- i ,of. - imported Charstilly. lace^ndj satin* fitted bodice fa^hipned with'- a portrait; nedMine with mother-ol'-, pearl- sequin detail, long French sleeves and* a (floor length full bouffant .tulle skirt -featuring a lace over peplum whiqh fell into a drop train.'' H4r; fingertip veil fell from a 'tiara'of< mother-of- pearl sequin. She w ( ore pearl earrings and; ji}'^drfeage! of pink' roses. ' ' Miss Oakland ;^as'attended by Mrs Bill Clegg -as. hiatfdn <5f honor and Mrs Bill Kirisey and" Mrs Howard Stephensdri as bridesmaids. Mrs Clegg wore 'ah' ice blufe .cry- stalette ^oven-taffetai gown; with matching' hat.. - Theibrideshiaids wore matching, delphinium blue crystalette over;taffet gowns with matching hats. All-three women carried* j. ccJenial i b.ouqi pink} white 4 ahtl j blu<} alSQ wore pearl necklaces and earrings w.hich were gifts of, the biflde. . . -••"; '•' * ; j v , Bill Seidel aeted.'a^ hesti m^n\ arid Bill Kinsey and Jack* Lichjer, wei% groomsmen;' Cahdlfelighters' wpne John O6felalhdi.,brother,of} the*, bride, anfl'Jeliy Jensen, cdu-'j sin !bf the brtders ("j 'i •• ; , Mrs Vaudhni Rising played' te traditional! Tvedding'itiarcnes,and' Jcfeh Likybld pf Decpr'ah) a cou- si^ibf thef : brfde,' Was soloist.( |Sh'e r sahg "THrpUgh . Th^q iYdai-s" ?ahd "The Lories Pjrayet.T'j 1 : '•. • \ f}uests''e'njoyeid a| wedding; reception in'the. church'parlors following the Qe'remony.5 Jane Hicks played at'"the^pump, during Uhe recSption 1 an^d i Joa,rt s Fain, S^as soloist. The] guest'; book ; Jvas hahdled by Mrs'^aul. D|-ernm'el. Gqrtrude Aitke"rt and Ellert X-undh were in charge of th^ punch bowl. Mrs Elmer Hedstrom of Albert Lea.; aunt of the bride, < a.ndl Mrs Don. French, sister of the bride-- gr<)6m, poured.: Dining ' room hostess was IVJrs.iJame^ Hove, aunt of •'; the bride. '.. Waitresses were Pejjgy Pqjt|on, Mary; .LouJ Valentine, Mary! Lou iClawsori,^Sharon Tellier and Shirley. Shi'pler; -Gifts •we^fe opened by • plane' Hoover^ Rita Borinstett^r I and < Hahimer.;; : ? M--H?. ; H I".; [The coiipld left on B^tWo, week'4 trip to riprtherij Minnesota and Canada, j'^a. \-\>i ••/.>'>!; \. bnd§^ is'lhe'dm^ehJE.^ oi ] She».isia-. 1952 graduate of . yv - Algeria 1 high; school; arid; has been employed at the'lbcal office of:the Northwestern Bell'Telw p{idne Co. the past three years. , '-The bridegroom is the son of ME and Mrs R. L. Beamish of .Ajgona. He also is a 1952,graduate of the Algona' high schpol and is a senior student in aeronautical engineering, at Iowa State College,,., where they will make their home after Sept. 21. ' Double Coin Sh°wer •••>.'.. •JA double miscellaneous - coin shpwer was held for Mary Ann aod Theresa -Weydert Sunday. Aug. 21, at the KG Hall east of A : lgona. The honorees received rrtany gifts and the'afterhqon was spent socially. Bridge prizes^ w^nt to Mrs? Lawrence Winkel ajid -Mrs Peter-'Zeimet and. 500 pjlzes to Mrs Anton Becker ana Mrs Lawrence Thilges, Door prize vas won toy Mrs Ralph Red- jng. Mary Ann and Theresa, daughters of Mr and Mrs Matt Wey- deft, St. Joe, will become the brides of Clarence and John Gol- •\^j(zer, sons of Mr and Mrs John Qpjwitzer of Bode, Aug. 30 at St.- Cecelia's Catholic Church at 9? a.m. . Plathe Reunion •/A Plathe family reunion was held Sunday;", Aug. 21, at the Qrptto of Ths Redemption Park, Vfast Bend, Ja.. Those attend- ifi§ werd Mys' Katherine Thilgesj Algona; Mrs' E, J. Riley'and son, .ffihn, daughters,. Barbara Ann ana Suzette, Virginia Christman, all; of JanesviUe, Wis., Barbara Plathe, Chicago; Mr and Mrs Art D.lers, Arcadia; Iowa, Mrs Anna Steece and granddaughters, Kay smfl Suzy of Roseberg, Ore.; Charlei Plathe, Bode. All stayed over the weekend'With Mrs Katherine Thilges, and Mrs. Anna Steece re- ipained for a'longer visit. Aftei 1 45 Years and Mrs ' Alex Derrpand visited last week by a num- of friends, ; ime of whom Mr irmahd had'. not seen in 45 _„.., since th.e men; left their, jidtive Greece.' >The visitors were 0} s Hansen, retired hotel man fV im Cincinnati, Alex Moorijes of Ms Angeles,'Andrew-Rousias-of N|w York, Mike Hat^ios, of <?jaicag(, all former neighbors in th » old country. The grpup'hijs l)«^n meeting off and Ion for a numbei of years, but this is,thp fi&t time that all five have been together at the same tinie, in 45 HI wnlo: l At Mankato A. fai nijjr.ceuruoji, pf .the Hodge 's family was held at the ni- laid Park, Mankato, Suhday, A lg. 2|. Those attending th § area for '51' poV luijk l( w : re: 1 Irs HrfrJ If'ttef, P J> Zenter anl.1lfiWJs*,.& 8J d Gietchen, Mrs-Mabel Rentz «l (i chftdren, Marilyn end Dan? al of Algona; MivsjuTMrs, * — ajp Baas and children,;. piane of Wluttemore; s, C-Jletinda fiabrfelson, Beverly urch, Karen Alt, Ruth VanBuren, Judy Qerber, Ann Smith, Mary Broesder, Sheryll McNeill, Shef on 'figel and .Karen rt * *, .•,% i .•- ***i il: i_ * , 1 t i i- i t ; •: t ft ^ .: . i _: iTiuiicuii oii.cj.yii jugcri. uiiu rj^tiicii Sehultz, . Ifnfebfe 1 to? Attend 5 wet% •Patty PriebeY .'Kathy Bay.t Paula ParkihsvNancy 1 Rugi aha Roberta Schwendemahn. , gist ' Mrs Dora, Fraser was given a surprise birthday party, Aug. 13, honoring het 91st anniversary by her... daughter, Mary Fraser. Those in attendance were Mrs Mildred Fraser, Mrs Clarence .Ftaser ahd Katherine, Mrs Jack Fraser and Jane', Mrs Charles Schlievert and Barbara, "Mrs Elmer Potter and Mrs Don Fraser, of .Hurt; and Mrs Ronald Marble, i i . j j I ltJ Uer<J • . . f i,,.s— i. Joyce Hiebhoff^IZ t U. S.GOVT. GRADED CHOICE BEEF ROtJIS OTTO SALAMI WILSON'S CORN KING SlICED BACON"=.WALLEYED PIKE of Wifshin?, Ohio. To Serve Luncheon , The September Circle of 'the St. .Cecelfe's Guild is holding the monthly ''public luncheon in the school dining room from 11 to' 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1; '', A complete dinner will be featured the first Thursday of eaSh month from' HOW on. "Mrs Don Smith, Jr. and Mrs Ifa Kohl are chalrladies of the September group, . ! ; • Farewell Patiy , Faye Loss, Edith Christen&£>n ahd Sandra Medin' gdve a farewell party Saturday evening .for Janet Gurvfell wHb is sObn mov- ing'to Albert Lea, Minn. : Other 1 ,, . . ... ._ _._ guests _were Carol 1 Wlttkopf and p.m. It will be held at the C. W. Connie Lou Elliott. The honoree was presented with a photo and scrap book. After thff'picnic supper the group watched T. V. ------- •:.., i Humboldt Guests /! j l Mr and Mrs l4nf.f dinner guests Tuesday evening of their son and dau|htftr,-ln-law, Mr and Mrs Rjtflterd (Film at 'HiUn- boldt. Th£ H lyfalmg T r fpllc , ; have settled in their new hame and this is the first visit by the. parents- Richard and his wife' v\«ilh teaclj in the HUnYbpldt schools) lhi| ^a,i| Silver Wedding Donald and Ruth Bjustrom 'are Holding an open -house for their parents, Mi- and Mrs, C. W. Bjustrom, 'Sept., 4 from '2:30 to 5:30 Bjustrom farm home east of Lu- Verne, and is in observance oC the silver Wedding anniversary of the elder Bjustrom's. Hosls At Picnic Farrfily ' picnic hosts Sunday, were Mr arid Mrs ' Gail HaaW and those in 'attendance being Mr and 'Mrs Robert Thompson and Karen of Onawa;''Mr and Mrs Emil Thompson of'Eagle Grove; Mr$ Osta Thompsori and'Mr and Mrs MaUrice Thompson. ' BIRTHDAY ' At Betheseda,' the Lut.hbran church observed its 85th birthday August 21. Fire destroyed'530 buildings in YorK City ,in. 183$. Thursday, August 25, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper Oe* MoIn«*-3 around the burning field as fast as the tractor would go and proof of his, speed was ;shpwns by ,dirt from the furrow, which flew six. feet. His efforts were instrumental, along with prompt response of the A]gonn fire laddies, in saying a stack of.900 JiaJes of hay' and another of 600 straw bales. • . , ( ; • B . ; 'riflnielson.fWho ,was in jAl|ona' at thcs time ind ftfllowed thefire Borrows Tractor To Halt A Fire Last Sunday afternoon a "farmer hero' 1 really - got ' into action to help a neighbor. HurryJ JVoods, Whb tenants the John ' Crcfwell fawn j 5 mijesxeast of Algofci on 169J looked ;tfp saw flames and sjnpke dcross t the higbvirajf 'on the Arnold iDSniel- son| place. ,He jrUshad 'to' the scene* ,SBW tHat' a Afield .-of'. stfaw was irt flumei,' Hitched* a plow to the Danielson tractor and was ofl in a cloud of smoke.. VYoods -ploughed, , a furrqw trucks eiilito hisJplace,.is farmer Kvfio is thaiikful for Help' ful .rieJIhtfori ,'•! ,l< I M 1 , f ^ t L ! et us TYave ! peace" "dref the words inscribed on the tomb of General Ulysses S. Grant in New York City. . , • . . , from SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSING KRAFT'S ITALIAN FRENCH DRESSING STURGEON BAY R: S. P. CHERRIES BETTY CROCKER PIE CRUST MIX KELLOG'S SQUIRT GUN PACK FROSTED FLAKES tUv, MA BROWN'S OLD FASHION PICKLES... .....'- BRACH'S TOFFEE CANDY BETTY CROCKER - Choc. - Yellow - White CAKE MIXES Box LIBBY'S Cream Style Golden CORN 2 No. 3 c - ROSEDALE Medium Sieve PEAS 2 No. 303 Cans ADAMS Grapefruit Sections 2 No. 303 Cons SUNSHINE BANQUET CRACKERS CARNATION MALTED MILK ub, Jar 45° ADAMS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4c r s 450 NEW LINENIZED NAPKINS SCOTKINS Box Of 50 17C VETS POG FOOD........ 3 c .t 2SC For Dishes Giant Pkg. 590 FREE - Coupon For Giant Size AJAX in each Box FAB Giant Pkg. GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM * ALL FLAVORS 1EL10....3 & 23C Reg. Cans KRAFT'S VELYEETA Sunkist We reserve the ritjht to lirnif qUqritJties OPIN Friday and Saturday Evening For Your : Ke • *> 1 ' • - -S" ••

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