The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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Orm Miller, Livermore, Rites Held September 18 Livermore— Funeral services lor Orin Miller, who passed away early Friday morning at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge following a heart attack,.Labor Day, were held at the Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon, Sept. 18, at 2:30 p.m. Burial took place at Union Cemetery west of town. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Mrs Robert White of Liyermore, and one sister, Mrs Maurice Bartholomew of Algona. The Bogaard Funeral Home of Humboldt was in charge oC arrangements. Honored At Shower Gertrude Larson of Washington, p. C. was guest of honor, at a miscellaneous shower in the Fellowship Hall of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Wednesday evening. A welcome was read by Mrs Daryl Frederick and readings were given by Mrs John Olson. A silent wedding was presented Mrs Daryl Frederick impersonated the vocalist, accompanied in pantomime by Mrs Ernest Haack. Mrs Charlotte Groves was the bride, Mrs Laurence Ruhnke, the groom, and Mrs Oscar Olson, the minister. Refreshments were served by the committee composed of Mrs Ernest Haack, Mrs Wanda Emrick, Mrs Alfred Smith, Mrs Laurence Ruhnke, Mrs Fred Pooch, Mrs Daryl Frederick, .Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs Oscar Olson and Mrs Charlotte Groves. Band Mothers Elect At the meeting of the Band Mothers Club in the school Monday evening the annual election of officers was held. The following were elected: President, Mrs Harold Stoddard; vice president, Mrs Dick Schultz; secretary, Mrs Ralph Hollinger; and treasurer, Mrs Harry Rutz. • Eastern Siar Honors The Eastern Star members held their first meeting of the year in their hall Tuesday evening. At this meeting they honored 40 twenty-five-year members' and three fifty-year members. They were presented with certificates from the chapter. A duet was given by Sharon Stoddard and Mrs Rasmus Olson. Mrs Harold Wolf of LuVe^ne sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs Loraine Gergerson of LuVerne. Several readings were given by Mrs Cecil Baker. Catholic Guild Meets The September committee of //'5 Were NOW/ NEW, TUBELESS "Royol-T" " 3 -TRANSISTOR HEARING AID Operate! a momh on one lit "A" battery! No "B" battery. Greater clarilyl By Maken of Zenith TV and Radios DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING Algona Hotel TUES.. SEPT. 27 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON Batteries and Service For Most Makes You Are Invited To Come In IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 16 Years 611 Fleming Bldg., D. M. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer Farmeis- planted over600.000 more bushels of Pioneer this year than 3 years ago Aaron Steussy Algona R. I. Mawdsley Algona C, L. Bailey Algona Eugene Kollasch Bode Harold Jones Swea City T. 0. Johnson Swea CiJy Wm. Martinek Wesley Walter Vaudt Whittemor* the Catholic Ladies Guild enter' tained guild members in the parish hall Tuesday afternoon. The president, Mrs Richard McKenna conducted the business meeting. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing 500. High prize went to Mrs Clifford Baker and consolation prize to Mrs Johanna Smith. Refreshments were served by the following committee: Mrs Milton Bergum, Mrs Wilbur Reed, Mrs Clyde Smith, Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs Ed. Steil, Mrs William Steil, Mrs Ernest Dawson, Mrs Vernon 'Toohey, Mrs Frank Welter, Mrs Tom rarman and Mrs Rose Nelson. Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and VIrs Mike Wagner of Algona attended a wedding at Tracy, Minn., Saturday. Enroute home ihey visited their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Joe Gisch at Mountain Lake. Mrs RSbert Wonderley entertained members of the Deal and hat Club at her home Thursday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Keith Logue, second high to VIrs Leonard Wilson and consola- ;ion to Mrs Donald Armstrong. Mrs Joe Sanders was hostess to the Delta Dek Club at her lome Friday afternoon. Auction Bridge prizes were awarded to VIrs August Paulson, Mrs Harry Zigrong, and Mrs John Houck. Mrs Houck was a guest. Mrs Elmer Gronbach was ess to the Just For Fun Club at ler home Friday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Clifford Baker. Dther prizes went to Mrs Herman Gronbach and Mrs Norman Scott. Mrs George Lenertz was hostess to the Contract club members Saturday afternoon. High prize for Contract went to Anna Altman. Other prizes went to Mrs Ted Wagner and Lena Altman. Mr and Mrs Bill Smith and family of Rock Island, 111. spent the weekend here with Mrs Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs John Olson and attended the wedding of Mrs Smith's brother, Maurice Olson, at the Lutheran church in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs Clifford Larson and family of .Barnes, Kansas, Virginia and Donna Larson of Washington, D. C. and Mr and Mrs Ted Horst of Toledo, Ohio, spent last week here with their parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Larson. They came to attend the wedding of their sister, Gertrude Larson. Mrs Anna Welter entertained a few friends at a Samba party at her home Thursday evening. The Pinochle Club members were entertained at the home of Mrs-. Frank Hoffmann Friday, a-ffernoon. High prize in Pinochle went to Mrs Herman Gronbach and consolation prize to Mrs Elmer Gronbach. Refreshments were served after the games. Tom McKenna, who has been ill at his home, was taken by ambulance to the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday, and underwent surgery Thursday, Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig attended the Clay County Fair at Spsncer Monday. Mrs Wilfred Gisch and son, Daryl, who spent a week here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Claus, returned to her home in Glenview, Minn, Sunday. Mr Gisch came after them. Mrs Richard Foth and infant son, born last week at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge, are spending a few days at the home Of Mr and Mrs George Foth. Mr and Mrs Cletus Streit and family of St. Joe were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs Anna Berte. Jean Marie and Ruth Ann Streit remained for a few day's visit. Mr and Mrs Robert Fisher and family of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Henley and family of Lehigh were Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Mr and Mrs Dave Fisher. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes were supper guests Wednesday evening at the Alvin Berte home in honor of the sixth birthdaj of their daughter, Marcia. Mr and Mrs Orin Beardsley left Monday for Iowa City where they will make their home. Mr Beardsley will attend the University and Mrs Beardsley has secured work in Iowa City. Mr and Mrs M. P. Bressler of Gordon, Neb., arrived Monday for a visit at the Ole Sittler home. Mr and Mrs Karl Baessler and family and Mr and Mrs Keith Baessler and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Dean James home near Hardy in honor of the birthday of Mrs Karl Baessler. Mr and Mrs Herman Vaudt and family of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors here with his brother, Art Vaudt,, and family. Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner and Orville Wagner left Sunday morning for Park Rapids, Minn., on a week's fishing trip. Mr and Mrs Ernest Logue returned Wednesday evening from Biloxi, Miss., where they took their daughter, Mrs Larry Stiltz, to join her husband, who is stationed there. Mr and Mrs Lyle Nelson and Mrs Lucy Conley left Saturday for Elko, Nev. where they will visit with Mr and Mrs Ohey and daughters. Mrs Conley will remain for a two month's visit with her daughter. Mrs George Lenertz and Anna and Lena Altman were supper guests Sunday evening at the Alvin Lenertz home and helped Mrs Lenertz celebrate her birthday. Kim Andersen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fritz Andersen, who re- cently underwent surgery in an Iowa City hospital, returned home Friday. Her father went to Iowa City Thursday after her. , • Mrs Lois Behounke left Wednesday for Minnesota where she spent a few days at the home of her brother, George Zeman and assisted with preparations for the wedding of her niece, Rita Zeman. Larry Coleman has gone to Eagle Grove where he is attending Junior College. He is a 1955 graduate of Livermore High School. ; Mr and Mrs Nick Klein were Sunday evening visitors with Mrs Klein's father, Frank Hilbert, at St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Harold Gjerstad and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Delmar Lane home in Fort Dodge, Donna Ruth Bolie, Burt, Bride Of Soo Rapids Man Thursday, Sepf. 11, 1955 Algonn (lo.) Upper Des Wedding music was furnished by Mrs' Ben Fish, Mallard, and Mrs Kenneth Dunn, Rolfe. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held in the Methodist church parlors'. Those assisting were Mrs Weldon Bolie, Ruthven; Mrs Creighton Millard, Storm Lake; Mrs David Bolie, Titonka; Mrs Kenneth Bolte Burt; Mrs Ivan Thompson, Sioux Rapids; and Marlene Mefferd, Rosanna Thompson, Betty Thompson, and Mrs Don Dubois. The bridegroom graduated from Moorhead high school and served in the armed services for 4 years. He is a machinist - mechanic. The bride graduated from Burt high school and attended Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, and a beauty school in Boise, Idaho. She is employed as a beautician. After a wedding trip to the Ozarks, ths couple will be at home in Sioux Rapids. 61 YEARS Charles Bier of Greene has completed 01 years as a business man there. His first business venture was in a harness shop, u-hich he founded in 1894. IF IT'S NEWS •— WE WANT II Are Your Neighbors Tired of Seeing The Same Old Face? (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Donna Ruth Bolie, daughter of Chris Bolie of Burt, and Marreld C. Millard, son of Mr and Mrs Will H. Millard of,Sioux Rapids, were married Sept. 4 at 6:30 p.m. Elder Blair Richardson performed the double ring ceremony in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Mallard. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white embroidered nylon tulle over bridal satin. Her fingertip veil was attached to a .tucked tulle cap-and she carried a lace handkerchief made from her mother's wedding dress. 'She also carried pink and white roses on a white Bible. She wore a single strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. Matron of honor was Mrs Faye Bolie, Corwith; Miss Roberta Hamilton" of Burt was bridesmaid; Creighton Millard of Storm Lake, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. The bride's twin brother, David C. Bolie of Titonka, was groomsman. The ushers were Paul Bolie, Pleasam- ville, and William Hubbard, Sioux City. Figures show that only 4 out of 10 homes in this area have television. While neighbor relations are still good — why not stop in now and pick out your own T.V. set. Beecher has the largest selection in Algona! 6 Different Makes Dozens of Models (Some 1956 Models Now On Display) • Westinghouse • C. B. S. o Admiral • Sylvania • 5f com berg Carlson • Motorola COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF T.V. & RADIO WATCH THE WORLD SERIES ON T.V. Stop and Shop with the Wildest,Trader in..Town LANE APPLIANCES Auction OF 160 Acre Farm SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st 2 P.M. Sale on the Premises In order to settle the Estate of the late Birnie M. Burlingame, his heirs will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate situated in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wit; THE NORTHWEST QUARTER (NW/4) OF SECTION TWELVE (12), TOWNSHIP NINETY-SEVEN (97) NORTH, RANGE THIRTY (30), WEST OF THE 5th P. M., KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. This farm is located 1 !/2 miles North and 1 mile West of Lone Rock, Iowa; or 16 miles Northwest of Algona, Iowa. POSSESSION MARCH 1,1956 TERMS: 20% cash on date of sale and balance in cash on or before March 1, 1956. Abstract and clear title with 1955 taxes paid will be furnished to the purchaser, except for formal closing of the estate probate proceedings. This farm consists of Webster and Clarion loam soils, is well fenced and has reasonably good buildings. Basement barn only 2 years pld. M, P, BURLINGAME, Agent for the Heirs COLWELL BROTHERS, Auctioneers i Have You Stopped at Bradley Bros.? TO ATTEND OUR BIG And Save Yourself Big argains on As We Are Too Busy Taking Care of Customers To List All Items Individually + * * * * * WE NO DOUBT HAVE JUST THE ITEM YOU ARE LOOKING FOR And We Will Meet You On Price! YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED i We Demonstrate - Trade - Finance & Service What We Sell BRADLEY BROS.

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