The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 3
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Wed Aug. 27 At Wesley Mr and Mrs William H. Clements are piclured here afler Iheir marriage August 27 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Mrs Clements is the former Marlene Theresa Bauer, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer of Wesley. Clements is the son of Mr and Mrs W. B. Clements. The bride is a senior in Elementary Education at the State University of Iowa. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omeqa social sorority. Mr Clements will continue pre- dcnlistry studies al the State University of Iowa, where he is a member of Phi Kappa Psi social fraternity. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) lelu Campbell Rites, Seneca, Held Last Week Seneca—Funeral s'-i vic< s v, - t :<• ' t-M Thursd.iv afternoon ,it the Ralph fas: Church f >; Mi .-. i : -i>. -,vh., p ,,•-.-! • :.! S. neca Mo.-v Ti;e tv v. Call,,:,; ; n u'fn ;,i:> d :-t 'hi :viic ,,nd ml'TDK n! v.\i~ in ii: Laur-'I Hill cemetery at I; v- | :iu;!->n. hi-.'.-a. I l'. ; ;:h.ea!c;.. wei- C. O P:,i!ey { Oftedahl. . I.ela Geneva Brass was born | Oct. 4. 1 W4 at Ii-vm«ton. Iowa. ! a dauKhler «'. Mr and Mrs Joseph i Bra.-. I She was married to Ralph C.impix-ll v,n May ij. Hill at Alm-M;-. Iowa. They lived at Alt;<<na and Lone- Rock before mov- m;.; in Seneca in 1915 and have mafic the;: home here for the past -I-') y..v:>. Shi. is suivivi/d \i\ HI.T hus- h'-.iu) and the;i' !:v,ce clukiien I.)u.i;v.' o| Sv.-ea City: Kenneth of B.i: nes City. Iowa; an(i BeiriKc Op'-a! "f Ai-|!i?ii onf.:: also lie; mo- he;. M:> Alice D-jryea of Irv r.j;1on: 'h.ree sister-.. Mrs Sarah \e!.-m <«f Fort D-.di^e: Mrs Blan- I.n:e of Iivin;:'on, and Mrs •"rni : i.V, e , f Watci ;•••. Sh- had Lakota P.W.O. Holds Annual Election Officers Lakofa — The Presbyterian Women's Organization met in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. • Mrs Cbark'.s Gulknet-ht road afternoon. Mrs Charle.s kjutknecht read a paper prepared by Mrs Hugh Lewis and Mr* Jerry Ukena. New officers elec'ted were- president, Mis Carl Geiv.ema; vice president, Mrs Corl Rippentrop; treasurer, Mrs Elmer Faulsen; program chairman, Mrs W. E. Ley. An officer's training school at the Presbyterian ctiurch in Irvington was attended by the Mesdames Aivin Rippontrop Gereina, Russell Winter Jerry Heetland. Car) and Mr and Mrs Winston Sehroeder and family movctd into their apartment over the Ideal Cafe, recently vacated by the Glenn Wilson family. The Schroeclers had been living in El more. Kenneth Patterson has returned to his home at North River- sidy. III., to resume his teaching duties. Mrs Patterson had left earlier as she also teaches. Kenneth had been assisting his father Dave Patteivon with the farm work because of the absence of another son Dale, who w;.s called for Army duty. Tlio f r f 1 r Smorrja 1 Ivird nt nr;ick's Super Vaine Wi'dm.'sclii.v fi~um a (o 8 was a hugh success. i.:i'J2 persons weri; st-i vt'il. Mr and Mis, John Lu.'KM.iisf and childi en who had been living h<;re this suminer returned to Io\va. Cily Monday where tie \viil 11 % . nine his studies. Mrs Lund- Cjiiist work.- in UK- Utiiver.-iH Hospital. S!ie is a i •';;is'"/"-.i nurse. Mr and Mrs William Sclnoedei returned Tu -.-da;.' iroin ;.n ex- leiick-1 nintor tVip. About Uvv months afio tliey left (or Fort Lauderriale. Fla. to visit Mrs Schroecler's brnthor, and family llicn to Wji'-liington, D. C. Mrs Clur iue NI-^.JI of Tul.sa, Ok la., w;u a guest the past wetk of her mother, Mrs Ida Ukr na. The Band Motliei,-, held their first nieeimK in tin ll-.-t Lunch loom Monday at 8 o'clock with 13 pie.-e.nt. The Mes lame - Khnei Faulsen. Melvin Sciii 01 ,-!>•]• and John Kippcntrop w(;v ;.-;e hostesses. Lavaun Banett of [}"s Moines was an ov.-rniRht vi-itoi. V.'f.-dnes- day witli !if-r paren'-. Iv'rs Barrett took her back to L)e> Momcs I'hur.-day. Luvaun i- a .-'.ude.nt The Louis Lappe family movoci Monday into the Mctin'.u.-t Parsonage and the Vv'ai hur'"i: iiou-i. 1 wheie (hey had h- --j !,\'in;; \viii be tenan'.rd by a Key, InVi-.-tat'j Power (-ompany eir.p! >\-'-e. Mrs Ida Siriit! 1 . \-i-il iii;j in Excelsiur. Minn., with her daughter, Mrs Ward D;,\v ,n The Messeis Henry Bo'-Itche: finr] A-''-';,"? poppo vNi'rv! from Sun.ii..; ii.ii:! M-mday in Pipe- slor/e. .M:r, n . with Mr 'Bnettcher's :-1. : I (• i Mi .iiid Mrs Robert Nelson and f) hi)-' ! \V\ilerlr,,) were guests the p.!-: \vick with Mrs Nelson's '.;-• ."i :i!.->'.'i;-i-. Mis Zilphu Lester. I'h" A;« !>•> Hans and Adolph I\ip- .P' 1 I.. 1 :..!,' •.',•'•!<• Sun-rliiy dinner .ile-' • '1 . ri'l Mr.. A. K. Weaver are in I! • : '•.•'!•, . Minn, where Mr going through the • i Sl""nhard has returned •i '• 1 C'-illege. !• orest City ' •••ond yeur. ... Lewis and Gerald Bier;•'<''.!' :.;; Saturday for Decorah ;ii:<\ I., : ;•>• V.'mter begins his first ye;:; ;;! i'l'.Vit S'UltC ID AmtV. F.e :••• i Ctinst h;is enrolh-d in I-iv. ;• I. :':;(:r;m hospital for nurses tra;ni!i.;. She graduated from the loc fi : ..:; school List spring. M.' .1. C. F'lome n;ceivt'd word of ' .• df ,!i;: oi her brother. Rud- olp.i !3,and at San Antonio. Tex., Fi.-.'i..' night. H? had been suf- fc-;;v... v.'ith cancer foi- several me.'.' -. M. and Mis Robert Hamilton an:i -••!) Robert, went tij Roch- t-. ;• : 'i ; :ur;-day. wheie Koberl Jr. uii't' , -.ecnl a major operation r'no:.--- nif>rn-.ng. He is recover- in;! -atisfactoi ijy. LEDGERS. LEDGER SHEETS, colua.n ir books und pads, general bookkeeping supplies. Many form? carried in stock, and quick service -jn those wu may not have. Upper Des Moines, in tt>e NEW newspaper liuiiding, Algona. la Portland Club Will Meet At Lampe Home Portland — The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday. Sept. 15 at the home of Mrs Ben Lampe. A committee meeting was hold at the horn? of Mrs Ben Lampe hy the hostesses-to-be, for the Portland Progress Club meeting to be held Thursday. Mr and Mrs Frank Walton and children from Plover. Iowa, spent Monday evening at the Bernard Phelps. Mrs Walton is a sister of Mrs Phr>lps. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family drove to Brooten. Minn.. Saturday and stayed Saturday night at the Dillis Marlow's. Sunday the two families' drove to Willmar, Minn., to attend the Thursday, Sept. 15, 1955 Algono (let.) Upper Des Moine*—3 Marlow family reunion. Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe spent Saturday afternoon visiting their son and family, Mr and L'Minard Lampe al Corwith Mr and Mrs Dick Mein/ei familv spruit Sunday at th:> Larnpe hunie. Mi- and Mrs L. Rurt v,'('re Siinda at t)-,e Bernard Mrs and Ren R. Daniels n£ dinner «uPsis and Charles !e-; Plie!n> home. Mr and I'ernaid Ph"ips and Air and Mrs ].. R. Daniels dif.ve to Kl- mo'-o Sunday atlernoon If) visit thf: Clarence Cunningham'^. Mr and Mr- Herbert Nelsen \vere host and hostess at a picnic, dinner Sunday in honor of an uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Cyrus Heifner also Mr and Mrs Cyius Heifner Jr., Dean and Betty, all of Rosholt, S. D. Mr and Mrs Leni Stockwell visited Mrs Kli/.abi-th Kenn'-dy last Sunday afternoon. Glen Larsen filled Silo Sat- u relay. Lloyd Bartlett called at the Glen Larsen home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs F^irl Shipler went to DC . Moines Sunday to visit Earl's brotlu-r-in-'itiw, who is in the Veterans hospital, after undergoing major surgery. Mr and Mrs Harold Gingrich and family v,sited Sunday even- mu at the Glen Larse.n home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson and son of Rodman were supper guests Wednesday evening of Mrs Eli/aboth Kennedy, on Mr Erickson's birthday. Mr and Mrs Gene Lampe and Mrs Lampe's sister. Mr and Mrs Donald Barons from Washington called at the Ben Lampe home Sunday afternoon. 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