The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1955 · Page 37
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 37

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1955
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August 25,1955 Ittsora flipper Beg August 25,1955 LuVerne Fire Department Kept On The Jump ACCIDENT , mayor of Massena, Dale Wolford, was hurt in a freakish nccident there recently. Ho slipped on some loose dirt in the city park, and fell against a post, injuring his jaw and loosening several teeth. The mayor's welcome to Massena homccomers was called off. We've Got 'Em! Original AUTO-LITE Service Parts Advertised in this month's FARM A HOME Section PERCIVAL MOTORS Judith Greinert Bride Of Jos. Kollasch, Whittemore WhiM«mdre—Judith Ann Greinert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Qreinert of Whittemore and Joseph KoJIasch, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch of Algona, exchanged wedding vows Tuesday evening at 7 p.m., Aug. 23 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, the Rev. Paul G. Weinhold officiating. Preceding the candlelight ceremony, Reuben Butzke played or] Ran nuptial music and accom- I panied Edward J. Butler, uncle of the bride, of Elmore. who sang '"The Wedding Prayer", and "O Perfect Love." Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attractive in a floor length gown of white schiffli embroidered nylon tulle, over blush pink taffeta. Her fingertip veil fell from a crown of sequins and pearls. She wore Last Time Tonite! "Blackboard Jungle Juvenile Delinquency Shocker! ALDONA^v FRIDAY & SATURDAY THE SENSATIONAL FIRST HIT By. Iowa's Own Young Hollywood Producer — PAUL GREGORY! Acclaimed At Recent Premiere Showing in Oes Moines! PAUL GREGORY ROBERT MlTCHUM SHELLEY WINTERS COStjrnng LILLIAN GlSH :,r JAMES GUtsoN . EVELYN VAROEN- PETER oiuvts BeJdoe -Glor.i Cjstno • B >'/ Chlpm • Silly I AIIOUTHM Sc'.Mp^b, JAMES AGE LHUUn I Ull DAViSGRUBB . PwlwM »i PAUl tiuu UNITED ARTISTS PLUS THIS "THRILLER" THE STRANGE APVf NTURE OF TWO RECKIESS MCN! RORY CALHOUN JULIE ADAMS RAY DANTON a necklace of pearls and matcii- ing earrings, a gift from the bridegroom, and carried a crescent bouquet of pink roses and stephanotis and tuEe. Matrons of honor were Mrs Eugene Maahs of Duluth, Minn, and Mary Greinert, sisters of the bride .-md Lael Pettit, a friend Susan Vaudt, a cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Eugene Maahs, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. Groomsmen were Roland Pettit and John Leinenger, friends of the bride and bridegroom. Ushers were Edwin Behnke and Dean Wehrspann. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Buffet servers were Sandra Vaudt, Suzanne Stokka, Lucinda Mogler, Carol Zirmach and Mary Hanover. Mrs Elmer Maahs and Miss Clara Vaudt poured. Mrs Fred Greinert served the blush pink wedding cake. Mrs Anna Behnke was dining room hostess. The bride attended St. Paul's Lutheran parochial school and graduated with the class of 1955 Irom the Whittfmorc- High School and is employed at Fowlers a' Aleona. The bridegroom graduated at Presentation Academy in Whitternoie and has been farming. After a week on their wedding trip in Chicago they will be at home at the Hillcrest Trailer Court, in Algona. Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Arthur Mather observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with open house at their home northwest of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Mather were married Aug. 22. 1930 at Algona, and started farming a Rolfe, where they lived several years. They then moved west of Whittemore to the Spilles farm. After several years there they bought a farm known as the Boevers farm north of town. They have one daughter Arlene ai home. Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, ac companied by Mr Meyer's parents, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr.. and Mr and Mrs Erwin Struecker left Saturday morning for Arenzville. 111., to attend the wedding of a nephew and grand- son, Edward Meyer of Garner. Edward Meyer who attended Concordia Seminary at St. Louis will serve a mission congregations at Charleston, W. Va., for one year. He will then return to St. Louis a year to graduate in the ministry. Second Lt. and Mrs Eugene Maahs and sons of Duluth, Minn, are visiting at their parents homes. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert, and also to attend the wedding of Miss Judith Greinert and Joseph Kollasch Tuesday, Aug. 23. Mr and Mrs William Boettcher (if Fenlon and Mr and Mrs William Boucholz of Wilmar. Minn, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher last veek Tuesday evening. The men are cousins. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bergeson took their daughter Janet, to Mason City Sunday where Janet enrolled Monday at the LaJames College of Beauty culture. Rev and Mrs Erwin Vaudt and family of Ada, Minn, arrived here Monday for a week's visit at tne Louis Braatz. and Mrs August Vaudt Sr. homes and to attend the Greinert-Kollasch wedding Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles attended a reunion of the 1950 nurses graduation class of St. Joseph's Mercy hospital of Sioux City held at the Municipal Park at LeMars Sunday. Mrs Spilles was a member of the 1950 class. This was their first reunion. Donna Mae, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Dale Mains, was baptized Sunday morning at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Sponsors were Mrs Herman Behnke. Mis.s Lola Struecker and Ernest Meyer. And also in the same service the infant son, Donald James, of Mr and Mrs Carl Lentz was baptized. His sponsors were his twin sisters, Lorraine and Lois Lentx and James Chapman. A picnic^, supper was held at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs George Wichtendahl farm Friday evening. Following supper the Wichiendahi daughter, Selma, became ill at nine o'clock and was rushed to St. Ann hospital for an appendix operation. She is reported as getting along nicely. Mr and Mrs Harold K'jecktT and daughter Joyce, and son Jay. accompanied by Jill McKean of Algona. visited at the home of Mrs Kueckei"s brother and family. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker in Albert Lea, Friday. Their daughter, Mrs Jerry McKean of Alguna, who had spent the week .it the Walker's accompanied them CRAZY GOLF IS RIGHT! ALCONA SUNDAY-MONDAY Top-Notch Double Billing I RAGING OVER THE PLAINS History's first grtat outlaw« infamous R*no Brothers, braced for th« bulUrs of history's first grtat outlaw huntorl EDGAR BUCHANAN HOWARD PETRIE ^^ , W VHELAN , tf&Wi.cov .TfflkeluBH ,"SfflfiG"lT And Those Rip-Roaring Screwballs ''Crazy golf" was the order of the clay on Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Algona Country Club when members of the three service dubs—Lions, Kiwanis and Rotary —met for a golf tournament. The Lions' delegation proved to be the "strongest in mind" as they surmounted the turned in the low of 398 strokes for ers. Rotarians with 404 while bers. lacking two to complete the team, placed third. The high scores can be attributed to the manner in which the golfers were required to play, a.- evidenced by pictures here. handicaps and combined score the eight play- placed second Kiwanis mem- Driving off on No. 1 was done with a "small" baseball bat. In the upper left hand corner Jerry Ferris takes his turn at bat. Jim Milder showed his baseball abil- ; ty when hu walloped the golt ball about as far as his drives. On the other hand. Clair Blossom wore himself out before he even got started when he whiffed eight times. Bermuda shorts, which have gained popularity this year on the golf course, lent a colorful appeal v.-ht-n Frank Moulton. Harry Grt-enberg and Murray Mowers, pictured above at the right. demonstrated the golfing ability. Herb Hedlund, is shown above as he sunk a putt with a marble, another of the "crazy golf" handicaps, as Ralph Miller looks on. Taking ^ife a little easier are Joe Lynch and Fred Kent, pictured above, as they coasted around the course on a motor scooter. One of the more tricky obstacles in the tournament was the requirement that approaches to No. 3 green had to be made through a drain tile. In the picture above Herb Hedlund takes his turn at hitting the ball through the tile while Ed Sindelar and Dwaine Lighter look on/probably taking a few pointers for their "rry. • Another stunt that kept adding strokes to the totals was the usin" home. Mrs Paul G. Weinhold left Saturday morning lor Denver, Colo, to visit with her daughter. Miss Jeane Weinhold for a week. a croquet mallet for a putter DRIVE IN Tfuuzhe THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY BOTH IN TECHNICOLOR final hole, players Pic- Jeanne Grain in "CITY OF BAD MEN" Marlene Dietrich in "RANCHO NOTORIOUS" on Xu. 4. On the used a pool cue for puttin Hired above Craig Smith takes can-fill aim a.-, ho trys tu sink the ball. Yes. it was a crazy game and a crazy day, but the i-vening din- nei and program brought the 29 i-ompelmti players back to normal a^ain. And the Lions roared burnt? with the "little brown jus" trophy. —Upper DK< Moines News Photos. SUNDAY-MONDAY iiWilffl W^M^^ ^W ^^P*^ ^^^_^_ - vmjA WK^P ^H^ *^^flBiiPR§ TEMPTATIONS OF A FIGHTER! M-C*M present; n UCITIKG COiOl ;HAMP MMMMf SNUIEV WINTERS uuiiWYNN mil MARTIN M (Mr* PICTUSE SCHOOL STARTS 2 "$©«ko" Filim Color Cartopns and also SAVINGS STARTS The start of a new school year is a good time to begin a regular savings program at Home Federal. An account can be opened here for young or old. and to it we add regular dividend payments twice a year. Make it a habit to save regularly in a savings accounts here. You can save by mail, too! NOW PAYING 3'- Savings & Loan Association Home Federal Sinct 1917 Iowa Aceognts Injured Up to $10,009 Dry Weather Makes Grass, Weeds Tinder LuVerne — The LuVerne Firo Department has been busy answering fire callK. They were called to the Hurley Rusher farm Friday afternoon, to extinguish fire in a hay stack that was located between n cattle and machine shed. No damage- was suffered to the buildings. On Saturday, a trash fire on the M. and St. Louis railroad looked to be getting out of control. It was taken care of. Monday afternoon a call came from the Lewis Merklc tenant farm, west of town. As corn leaves were being raked together ready to bale, sparks from the tractor exhaust sot them on fire. This was near the hog house which was on fire but not damaged too badly. W. S. C. S. Meeting The general meeting of the W. S. C. S. was held Wednesday, August 17 in the rooms of the Methodist church. Mrs Lloyd Larson, general chairman, presided. Devotions, Mrs Larson and lesson study, Mrs J. L. McClam- roc.k. After the business meeting refreshments by the hostesses, Mrs Elmer Rubly, Miss Grace Lichty. Mrs Ralph Davidson, Mrs Nt-ls Jensen, Mrs Irvin Jergensen and Mrs Harold Franger, were served. California Guests Mr and Mrs Levi Krutsinger. South Gate. Calif., son Jamrs Krutsinger, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, called in the Mr and Mrs William Bigings home Friday evening. Mr Krutsinger is a cousin of Mrs Bigings. Going to Labrador M/Sgt. Robert and Mrs Bierma, sons, Kerry and Steven of Dayton, Ohio, arrived Saturday evening to visit in the homes of hoi- brother. Harold Tranger, LuVerne, James Tranger, Livermore, Merlin Tranger, Cor».-ith and families. M/Sgt. Robert Bierma was ordered for service in Labrador for two years. He will take his wife and sons to California to visit her father, Guy Tranger and brother, Leonard Tranger families. Mrs Bierma and sons will follow Mr Bierma later to live in Labrador. Mr and Mrs George Johnson returned from South Dakota Saturday where they had visited. Mr and Mrs Richard Wei niersen and children of Sioux Falls visited over Sunday with his sister Mr and Mrs John Ramus and also her sister, Mr and Mrs Orville Anderson and three sons at Corwith. Mr and Mrs Loyd Larson and children spent the week at Woman's Lake in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Burdette Churchhill and son Jimmy of Reiner, Minn., visited over Sunday in the- home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Smith, James and Jerry. Jean Ann Churchill returned home \vith her parents. Mr and Mrs Clair Champine, teachers in LuVerne high school have now returned home. During the summer they visited his parents in Round Lake, Minn., and relatives in Evanston and Gilrnan, 111., her parents, Mr and Mrs John Rife in Emnietsburg. Mr and Mrs Arthur Bartz and children of Adrian, Minn., wen- Saturday and Sunday guests in the home of her niece, Mi' and Mrs Stanley Genrich. Mr and Mrs Donald McClellan of Detroit, Mich., arrived Sunday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan and other relatives. Mrs Herman Heinz, daughter Ruth Ann accompanied by her sister, Mrs Orville Ramus and children of Fort Dodge spent the weekend in Brookfield, Mo., visiting. Mr and Mrs Walter Schipull and daughter Sandra of Washington, D. C., were recent visitors here in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Albert Schipull and their children the Everett Schipull and Robert Barber families. Esther Merkle returned Tuesday from a five week's vacation spent with cousins in Oregon City, Oregon, and her brother in Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips took their weekend guests, his brother, Mr and Mrs Harold Phillips of Bayard to Stewartville, Minn., Sunday afternoon. They went to see the farm Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips purchased recently and they move March 1, 1956, to make their home. Mr and Mrs Earl Janssen and children left Saturday morning on a vacation trip to Ohio and Pennsylvania. Mr and Mrs Harold Phillips and .-on of Bayard were weekend visitors in the home of his brother. Mr and MIS Paul Phillips. The Harold Phillips family have purchased a home in Des Momes where they are moving now. Mr and Mrs Merlin Tranger and children of Corwith were Sunday visitors in the home of big brother, Mr and Mrs Hvold Tranger and sons.. Mr and. Mrs Bert Putzstuck ac- corapajiied their daughter, Mr and VIrs John Hamilton aod children of Titonka to Lake Okoboji Sunday.

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