The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 25, 1955
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

4-Alflona (to,) Upper Da* Maine* Thursde -!•'• f II |iJfiiAiiit if^O^oM iib^l^ili| d if j&tierbii ^-' in a double ring cereniohy peYrbrrrted by Rev. J H. Sehulte? in t St; John's Catholic' Chtifcri; Wednesday movnih'g Miss ( Ruth >Arin Bjecker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ja'mes Becker, becarhe the bride of Gene Elsbecker, s6n of Mr .arid 'Mrs ' Clem Efebecker; • ' . ; ' Attenefing the young couple were their' brother and; sister.', Annette Becker and' Betty Elsbecker, Richard Elsbecker and Marvin Beckdr. • Ushers were- Phil Elsbecker and Bern'ard Kramer, Algona. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white, dress of net over satin with a lace jacket arid a finger tip veil. The bridesmaids dresses' were green and orchid taffeta with lace jackets. Ninety guests were entertained at the dinner at St. John's Hall, and in the afternoon A reception \vas held at the home of thei bride's' parents. In the evening' they entertained their many friends a't a dance. After a wedding trip they will be at home here oh North Main Street. Both are graduates of St. John's high school. The bride is employed at the Droessler Market and the. bridegroom at Welp*s Feed Mill. t rjndsyi I tej Kirfcdl ivefl; '-ii cards, ** „ r ,_jensi1 efejic with herffCandpa iehard Menk&fand A| fifteen iadi<Sfd(rJ3ppedfi Wed On Saturday Saturday morning Mrs Mary Ferguson, daughter of Mrs Mary Smith, became the bride o1 Maurice Froehle, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Froehle. Rev. J. H. Schultes performed the ceremony in St. John's Church. Mr and Mrs Don Elsbecker attended the couple. The newlyweds will make their home here where the bridegroom is employed at International Harvester. Donald and Kenneth Lampe returned Saturday from Cedar Rapids, where Kenneth was employed for the summer, visited his sisters. Donald Mrs Marie Hill, Cedar Rapids, is here for a visit with her brother, Al Meyers, and-sister, Mrs Carl Steinicke. Mr and Mrs Walter Thomas and sons, Detroit, Mich., and the letter's mother,' Mrs Bess Con-' nely, attended the wedding of Mr' Thomas' brother at Mason City, Saturday, and spent the weekend The infant daughter born to Mr and Mrs Harold BoeckhpU recently, was .tffketv tq Ipwa City shortly after birth, Mrs O^to Qlawe, the -baby's grandrnotheri Is also a- patient; ( sft University jipspital, lotoa: City. ' Whittemore flews Rev. Paul G.,'Weinhold, Teacher Reuben Butzke, and'Herman Zumach left' Sunday afternoon for* West Okoboji where tHey will attend a conference of the Iowa D'istrict West at the Walther League Camp from Sunday, until Friday. Visitors at the Edmund O'Brien lorne the past week were Mrs Eva Stolz 9f v Nprwalk, Conn.; Mr and Mrs Bernard Hurley and fam- ly of West Alljs, .Wis.; Mr and Wrs Harry White' of Rockford 1 , 111., and Miss Angels Hurley of EnWdeF.-'*' V ' Mrs Paul Krueger of Titonka and daughter Marie Krueger, of Kansas City, Mo.** and Miss Dora liggert of Algona, visited.at the home of their sister, Mrs Frieda Zirnmermann in Whittemore Friday. Sunday evening .visitors. at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were Mr and-Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heldenwith and son Lyle, and Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichteridahl and'son Vernon of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Mike Becker and son of/New Richland, Minn.- Mrs Louis Braatz and daughter Ruth spent the weekend with Laura' Braatz In Mason City. Louis Braatz returned home from Iowa .City Monday evening where he was for a.check up at University Hosiptal. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, and Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited with Mr and Mrs Elmer R^uhnke at Lotts Creek Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs William Schwanke and Mr and Mrs Eugene Schwanke and family of Cedar Falls spent the weekend at the Herman and Archie Voigt homes: Twin daughters were born to Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber, and a son to Mr and Mrs Cletus Salz last week at St. Ann hospital. ^•M Pehfon — Mr and .Mrs Fred Mortenson -and .Mr* arid. Mrs, Ray Priebfe (atterftted. ,the graduation Review's 5 ! the 'Great Lakes NaVal erfteiVHditald Morten- was a member of the' Drurn and' Bugle Corp. 'Ronald MOrten- Sqn and Donald -Pfie'be . returned :iome with their parents, while erald Geitzenauer and Richard flfatt came by 'train. • The boys' furlojigh j will terminate 1 Monday 1 . Hiatt ; and .' Priebe* ..will; Attend Ftadio school at Norfolk, Va. Mortenson will 'go to' Electricians school at San Diego arid Geitzenr auer will attend Builders school at Los Angeles. AT SHUTS' W ARRIVALS For This Fall & Back-to-School! Air-Step Pumps, Straps and Ties.... The newest styles in all heel heights, widths and lengths, from size i (o 11 inclusive, AAAA's (o E's. All new footwear ideas at the new lower prices. For School or Anywhere.... Glamour Dchs lead the parade in red, walnut, black, blue ffrcy, brown and tan. All widths, all si/.es, all lengths, from AAAA's to E's. Buster Brown for Al! Ages.... from the baby on up. All widths, all sixes, all lengths. See the newest "styles and colors. Straps, loafer's and tics. . ,. , a For the Young Man.... going- to high school or college, we have the latest ideas in I'edwins and Koblees. All widths, all sizes, all prices and all styles in loafers, gore loafers, ties and oxfords. All in the newest colors and styles. BROWN bi!+ SHOE STORE ALCONA IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF V(MfEET filmier . . Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer en- ertained Sunday in- • honor of David's confirmation, Rev. and ATS W. H. Friedrich- and. Robert, and Mrs. Martin Friedrich and family ? of-' Texas} Mrs Minnie "Mr and ' Mrs -Henry • Tieman, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer nd Roger, Mr and 1 Mrs Darreil )reyer arid 'family, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry, Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Dakota; Mr and Mrs -Richard Hengel and Karon of 'Amboy, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Alfred Schmidt and ' family of Corwith; Mr and Mrs ..Duane Dreyer of Algona; Bonnie Peril and Dennis Schmidt. Return From East . Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and 'girls returned home Sunday from a two week's vacation spent in Eastern Uni.ted States and Canada. They visited in the Howard Boring- home at Derry, Penh;, the William, Rayrhp home at Roch- he parenM B; O. • BefkelSnd horhe.' ; •' Mi" aftd 8OQ" 5V"»«-'* •' *•*!*» ••» »•*•* wvAiajr | u v; vAii „ Vfsltph ,6f tfo. and Mrs MaUfJ ee; saterft ;^t ,'f ^h'et 1 j Mif'l ^*itf' ;Mt»}),iJL_ ._._.. AHcj. HMt|fm^h)f 6f ,'^lto 4\lef tf^ Mliief .slenti laS^' With Jiehtdrii rel^y^i i They -are \fi»ttil~ ¥inn; "^rarid^iJrliTil^ell Han^' ;lma*« ^nd%s6n; SteVefti jbf Kifksj nian'.:pli' I®£th> Manchest'eF.S fed. """ ^""tofllast ester, N. Y. pnd /the Roland Gauthier home at< Winchehden, Mass. All three men are friends whom Dale was with in overseas service. The Weisbrods enjoyed a sight seeing tour of Niagara Falls, Montreal, Canada and the St. Lawrence River. . Misses S45 William H. Jentz was- not in Fenton Saturday to claim the $45 his (narrie (was caltedl for at the Saturday night .drawing... A name Will "be: drawn, for the sum of $60 this Saturday evening at 9:30. , ? . . . , Picnic Supper Hosts ,j Mr : and Mrs Merle Foigt entertained at a picnic supper Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Joe Thompson of Albuquerque,' New Mexico; Mr and Mrs Ed Br,uhn, Mr- and Mrs Martin .Hantelfrian, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, and Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman," Eunice and Paul. Evening "guests were Mrs Wilmar Hantelman of North Manchester, Ind.; Mr and Mrs Lowell .Hantelman and son Steven, of Kirksyille, Mo. and William Voigt, Lois and Peggy. Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw and family spent last weekend in Des the parental Claude Shaw home. Carol and Ricky remained for a week and returned home with their grandparents on Saturday. Mrs Kathleen Rilchen of Carroll and sons Clyde arid. Jerry of Oskaloosa have been recent visitors in "the H. C. Lindsey home. Mrs L. C. Pilman and Kalhy spent from Monday to Thursday evening of last week in thejMian Bellinger and Arthur Hengel homes, .and Friday in the Frank Scliattschncider home; at A-l- gona. Saturday jnorning Mr Pitman carne to Algona to get his wife and daughters Mr and Mrs George Green and children of Des Moines spent from Thursday to Saturday of last week at the- Donald Shaw home, . ,. , • Mr and Mrs Arlo Voigt and (amily, Mr arid Mrs Derwood Vujgt and family and Mr and Mrs Art Voigt were Sunday guests in tht.' Dak- Voigt home. The August meeting of Ihe Depew Fellowship circle; was held in the Fonton park with their observance At annual guest day. A short program / was presented. Mrs Albert Mitchell was in charge of devotions. Doris Jean Mortenson began work Monday at the Diamond Surplus store in Algona. Beth Ann Newel underwent an appendectomy Saturday at the Holy Family Hospital at Esther-' viile. Miss Leona Weisbrod of Banner, Okla. has spent .several .days visitiiifi Fenton relatives. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenoui; atid boys spent Sunday afternoon at the Magnus Larson home at Bradgate where they visited Mrs Jerry Paulson and infant son, J'.-tlry Lee. In th« evening they visited Mr.-, Hose Gochenour and Clifford Steyunson Mr .and Mrs at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Roy Valentine an4 son l.fislie, of Omaha, Neb. are visiting in the parental, John Grainen/, tioiue. Sandra and Elix.a- beth Watson have also beun guests in Die Gntmvnz home. Other guests in .the Gramenz home for Sunday dinner were Mr and Mrs Holland Watson ynd family of Pocahonlas; Mr and Mrs Harold Grameiw of Garner; Mr and Mrs Ray Tietz'and famiJy oi Spii-it Lake. * Miss Luella Newel has concluded ;i five week visit in the C!ay- tpn Ditsworth home. E. J. Newel and : Paul : Tornquiat ot Dave/iport have jjcen at Fenton on business, and .Miss Newel accompanied them tb Davenport and will vi.-.U in I ho. Nevwl home foi -I'V-r.-.l rt.-i\-F hf'1'..ir; rtlUlllill:.; lu 1 liumc at (Jhieuuu. toebfer,? R6tiriie'. jeitzeriaUerf D£fini§ wansori '•a'nd R^'eri S St6rn|3*e| l g"er rtoplt wimmingj: in. th^f aft ten feer.ved •*^ntfhV.to^tHg»vgr'pup\ "^fter ieturnlrii TOme.'" : :-t"' v - > Friday afierhoin guests,'Of Mrs* Albert MitcHeil' v^ere |l?Ti l s r Nyles Heggen -ahtf David,. JamesiRifiWrd Voigt, Mrs Williarhf DeWall, TWrs Paul Zumach arid , Deora, Mrs Kenneth HalverSon, and 'Mi's iRichard UnderWob^ and Lynnora 'Ann. ... ; , A ^.. :s ," Mr arid Mrs " KtervirJ Rriebej .Steven and-Janicef spent Thurs 4 day and, Friday atj.Sifafey/.JO^a. where, [they enjoyed, the .Rodeo. Diane" arid' Max PrTeb| stayed at the Lloyd, Berklarid honie. ; ' • Mr and Mrs John Theesfield were Sunday dinner guests in the Theodore* Chfistiartsen"horrte' at Ririgsfeji. -if i -: ,/ h-;-rt ; " «Allan BollSnger .le^t. for .Chicago and" Evan_ston, 111. by ; train'a week ago Friday to visit his son, Floyd, who is attending Northwestern University. Sumrher school being over that, weekend, Floyd drove to Des Moines : accompanied by his father,and William Stoeber, who they" visited briefly at Anies, also ac'comppn- ied them to Des Moines to visit in the L. C. Pitman home. William Stoeber returned to Ames lhat, evening, and the Bellingers' accompanied by Mrs L. C. Pitman and Kathy returned to Fenton on Monday morning. . , Mr and Mrs Harlan Askland and family of Estherville were Monday evening visitors in the Donald Steinberger .home. Mr and Mrs A. E, Nelson and Mr and Mrs Fred Brown were Monday evening dinner guests in- the John Theesfield home. ,' , Mrs S. E. Str'aley spent sew-: eral days this past week in jthe Donald Void home at'Lake Mills. Mrs Void • recently, underwent surgery at the Naeve hospital^ they will- rft&kfe . rry'at tiWlll serv| his -intern -at -the Lutheran -cHltr ch Tt R«?v. and Ifcte Mi ^F<fejif Jngei! pi -Ruthxen ajre parents?of twin laughters bprn Sunday ati pie Em? rnetsb,urg hospital. Mrs} Louis Egfh^ is- the hiaternal grandrrto ther*, . ' ' * : '; - .Mrs Harold; Derksen and chil drcn ol' Heron* Lake, 4 Minh. are spending this' ; week ;int the OscaV Sorerfsbhihome. . .**•_...',, ^ ,Mrt' and Mrs • Lloyd Bcrkland and fam ily': were : Sunday dinner guje'sts in th,e AjtiBerkland home' at Rodman.; ; ,". • , Mrs Arid Mrs Morris Mitchell ate spending' several days in thfe Arnold Hallef 'home at Marble Rock. ., ' ., ; ,'„'*..••.Mrs Kale iW6gener of Algona was a Monday and over night guest ;in. the Clarence Wegener iome.i.', I. • .,. •• „ -. ., I . .,, 'Mr and Mrs Robert Chestnut- wood of Wiriterse't'are; the par,- eriti'of'a 'son' born'Ff'ittay, Aug. 19, at Madison County Memorial Hospital, Winterset. He has been named Donald Levi. Mr and Mrs D. .Weisbr,o,d, of .Fenton are the maternal grandparents. Mrs"Weisbrod' Wht tb WlritWset Wednesday. ..-,,., Mrs Ronnie Hall (Dorothy De- Sart) of Fairmont was honored at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening at the George Mienke •home. Mrs Fred Mortenson was In charge of the program. Donna DeSart read an article on Advice to a Bride and Mrs Ray Priebe read humorous items. Mrs Mortenson conducted three games. Hostesses j*vere Mrs Geo. Mienke, Mrs Everett Dreyer, Mrs Fred Mortenson, Mrs R. F. Laabs, Mrs Everett Hartman- and .Miss Amanda Schutt. , Mr and Mrs Chester. Skaar, Alice and 'Bernette of Primghar and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell visited in the'Ervin .Wessel home at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Honier Malthiesen and family spent the weekend with Mi- and .Mrs George Hildreth near Des Moiries. Robert and Katie'' Bean returned to Fenton with-them for a : week's visit. Mr and Mrs Bill Maase .of Scrir FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOH^ DEERE DEALER But. Phone 3 Res. Phone 40 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S. GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE ...forallyoiir BANKING needs We're ready at all times to heljr every member of this comnjunily with loans for all' needs, savings pljins ana all bari% services* May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important' For Your Future I And, important to local progress! This: helps us» make lojns to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community tot your future I It's poP«V Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business or householft bills -- is your permanent recepit. Open' a convenient checking' account, here J Fil-HrTrire! & Savings Bank - Fenton and Iowa ^College,; Cedar Fplls.. Their -.dauf f Htei> and. son"iii l -la^, Mr aftd Mrs Ugene .Hiskey, were' Both mem} fcerif of the 1 ' graduating ela'ds. Mrs Hiskey received ner—,four yeflt' and iq jLVAaobc^ o ; *i"^6* 1 - v -» *»*»• 7**?^ tiskey have left for Pfirerto where: th'ey will both teach "in United States. Government school. Doming 'Thursday, Aug. 25— WMF at St. John's Lutheran' church,' Depew; D.orpthea Circle of the . WSCS. . . ' .Monday, Aug. 29 — \ Corker's Conference. . , . . , , •, •[' Thursday, Sept. 1 •*•= Woman's' Society of Christian- Service. ' CABB C3F THANKS I would' like to express my sincere appreciation for the many lovely cards' messages and letters I< received during my ' recent illness. Mrs ArnolduHansen 34* You need STAMP PADS, ink, . rubber stampSi daters, etc; at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Cc; office supply checkwriters, office supplies, at the Upper Des Moines, Algona. THOMAS FUNERALCHAPEt 'Fenian, Iowa ' Experienced Erhbalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour ' Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred to Us Witti Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 'I i 20216 6Vr6ftbW VUR NEED FOR YOU .'. : ,'.' ' ... . .'. , ,,• .. ' ,t S i ^-:i-'. Y OU'LL LOOK BETTER, feel better, actually Be better. ;when you drink enough inilk: Ade^ate" Intake . ,of milk "does four xvbndefful things for you-^- mdkesj you sleep better ... eases nervous tension-. . ..etfUf calcium starvation .. . and builds strength, not-fat! Drink at least three glasses everyday. It's the healthi- • est habit you can have. ( •' ; , ' . r , •; Fenton Go- "A Good Creamery In A Good Ttfwn" Fenton, Iowa ' . IN HISTORY predicted for Iowa this autumn! Experts give it as their opinion that there will be an exceptionally high pollen count this faJl—due to unusually favorable weather conditions for extremely heavy growth of ragweed, goldenrod and similar pollen-bearing plants. t> . , THIS IS YOUR BANK Now is the tim'tf fb assure the fvfiire Comfort of those sensitive, fo pollen with a ROOM AIR Seeiyour favorite applia'nce dealeV jiow ;, y Jet him * select an air conditioner for your h'ome which will Kelp your farniiy enjoy greater comfort at this timeV Your, air<-coijdi* ^ tiojier^wUl filter the air'ih your Mrtier.;; p|eansing it ffitiiiiBb, pollen aM Qther iinpiu-ities and miking it fool an^erlsj)/ • : ..,.••.','. "•>•;''• i,i u • " ? .;• ?•? - ; r •' •• - '. v»-;•;;.» • ' ' 4>

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page