The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 30
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Z-AI§6«a (la.) Upp«f DM Molnti Thursday, Sept. 22, 195S 200 Attend Reception At Swea For Captain Fischer Swea City—Over 200 friends and neighbors attended the open house and reception for Captain and Mrs Harold Fischer Jr.. at the Harold Fischer Sr. farm southeast of Swea City on Sunday afternoon. Sept. 18. Among the guests were Mrs Portia Howe and husband of AI- den. Minn.; also two families who have sons, jet pilots, missing in action. They are the Rev. and Mrs Jacobson of Elmore, Minn. and Mr and Mrs Frank Nieman of New Ulm. Minn. Friends who assisted Mrs Fischer Sunday included Mesdames Sylvester Kockler, Andrew Stafanski. Rudy Hardt, Selmer Uhr, Opal Sheirholt. Ft. Dodge, Cecil Godfredson, Kenneth Mullarky and Vernon Frederickson. Nancy Mino and Sharon Frederickson had charge of the guest book. Captain Fischer will be guest speaker at a Consistory meeting of the Masonic Lodge, in the Consistory Temple in DCS Moines Wednesday evening. Among those attending from here are Harold Fischer Sr. and Dr. R. F. Snyder. Parents Of Son Mr and Mrs Richard Stevens became parents of a son. Lynn Charles, on Thursday, Sept. 15. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 4 ounces, and was born at the Stauder nursing home at Bancroft. Called By Illness • C. H. Kesler was called to a hospital in Ames, Friday morning, to the bedside of his brother, Albert Kesler, of Radcliffe. From Ames Mr Kesler drove to Tipton to visit his daughter Dar- I'enc, and lamily, the Duane Donahues. Showers Honor Gwendolyn Link, To Wed Oct. 1 Swea & Eagle — Gwendolyn Link was honored at two miscel- leanous showers. One held Friday night, Sept. Hi at the Grant School. After a social time. She opened her many gifts. A number of ladies were hostess at a lovely luncheon. Titonka Girl Is Bride Sunday Of Waterloo Man Tilonka — A miscellaneous sluwiT \v;is hi'lil Krirliiy evi'iiiiifZ in the- Ci«in(l Hn{K- Lutheran church p;ii'i(irs for Miss LaVnnne Huekelnian, who became the bride of Keith fries of Waterloo Hun- day afternoon at 2 o'clock. The pp'giiiin was opened with a song of welcome by Marleno Sleeker, Boris Hipp. Virginia Fritz. Kylvu- Van Move, and Vtorla Brandt. A leading was ^is'en by Belly Brandt, and another by Sylvia Kden. A snlo was presented by Virginia Frily. with Doris Hipp accompanist. A reading was given by Dailene Sleeker and then the i;nis san.n a closing hymn. After the program the bride-to-be opened IKT many lovely presents wiili her sister Ma reel I a assistini; with the unvvi appin.U anr.l her two smaller sisters Diana and Marilyn carrying Hie gifts to her. Hostesses were Mrs Henry Sleeker, Mrs Telku Steck-r. Mrs Carl Krause, Mrs Win. Boyken and Mrs Lester Callies. Jne Kline Jr., who lias bed 1 , nth-mimi" the Midland Linotype School, in Charles City the past 17 weeks finished his cour.se and has accepter a position as Lino- typist, on "Tlie Broadcaster" a weekly paper with a circulation of 4501) at Viroqun, Wis. He left Sunday p.nn for his new location. Mr and Mrs Louis Nath and Sandy returned home from a trip to New York State and Canada Sunday evening. They accompanied Mrs Nath's parents and daughter, RI.-V. and Mrs Bob Gardner and Audrey, who were going to Johnson City. N. Y., where Audrey was to enter the 1 Baptist Seminary there. They visited Niagara Falls and points of interest in Canada. They left here Sept. 10. Mr and Mrs • Leonard Callies were Sunday visitors at the home of Dr. and Mrs Frederick Raymon and family of Austin, Minn. Cynthia Easton, 7, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Easton, underwent an appendectomy operation at the Bultalo Center hospital Tuesday noon. She will stay there about a week. Mr and Mrs Clarence Loals, twin gills Joice and Janice and Jimmy of Haleigh. N. C., left Monday morning for home after a week's stay with Clarence's parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Loats. Kenneth Loats who is attending school at Mankalo was home Sunday lor the day. Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop accompanied Mr and Mrs Arnie Ricklefs of Algona to Woman's Lake, Minn., Friday morning to get in a little fishing. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker is staying at the Rippentrop home and caring for the children. Lieutenant and Mrs Dale Felkor of Lawton, Okla., left Tuesday after n week's visit with Mrs Fel-' kci's parents, Mr and Mrs Sophus Nelson and son. Mr and Mrs Felkev will go to ElPaso, Tex,, where he will report for duty there. Mr and Mrs Jim Van Hove and Gretchen of Ackley; Mr and Mrs John Van Hove and family n! Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove and family were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family. Mr and Mrs Louis Olsen of DCS Moines stopped at the Ted Hove home Sunday evening picked up their son Dick, had been visiting here for a few days. Sylvester Van Hove and Harris Sonnenburg were home over the weekend to visit their parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove and George Sonnenburgs. They both attend college at Waverly. Mrs Alvin Honken is a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital where she had major surgery. The Tilonka Federated club held a Buffet Supper luncheon at the hot lunch room of the Ti- lonkfi high school Thursday evening in honor of the Teachers and Teacher's wives. About 40 was in attendance. A family gathering of the Swan families was held Sunday at the Kenneth Swan home. Mr and Mrs Arthur Loats and family of Spencer attended the family reunion held at the Tom Loats home in honor of Mr and Mrs Clarence Loats of Raleigh, N. C., who were visiting here. Rock Island Is Loser In Fight To Drop Trains Towns along the Rock Island between Eftherville and Cedar Rapids—including West Bend, Ottosen. Bode and Livermore in our own area—will continue to have passenger train service. The Iowa State Commerce Commission last week turned down the request of the railroad to discontinue trains 19 and 20 which serve 31 communities in 11 counties. Protests. In hearings at Grundy Center. Clarion and Kmmetsburg earlier this year 125 witnesses voiced protests against granting permission to drop the trains. A summary of the decision which the commission released said it is reluctant to grant such applications unless the railroad company is faced wilh "a hopeless situation." The summary also said: "It was the feeling of the commission. . . that there is evidence to warrant the conclusion that the railroad company is largely responsible for the decline in revenues in that it has not made a sincere effort to better the service offered the public and to retain the mail contract, which was lost on Sept. 30, 1954." Potential. The commission said "cost experience regarding the two power units used to handle the train was seriously questioned. "There is potential passenger patronage available in the territory lo make the opera- lion ot the IW6 pfts»«ng*f trains either a profitable ot break-even propoilHon," it added. The Rock Island had contended it suffered* financial loss in operation of the trains during ] 952, -1953, 1954 and the first two months of 1955. To Become Nurse Burl—Barbara Fairbanks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Luther Fairbanks, is a student of nursing at the Iowa Methodist hospital in DCS Moines. Barbara is one of the 1955 graduates of Burt. Hotel Algona Coffee Shop NOW OPEN WEEK DAYS 6 A.M. to Midnight • • • • SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Delicious Steaks and Chops Served from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. the way u like 'em I Friendship Night A Friendship meeting honoring members of the Masonic Lodge was held at the local Masonic hall Monday night, the hostesses being members of the O.E.S. Following the informal opening, special honor guests were presented by Mrs Margaret Johnson and Mrs Ruth Hulburt. The Grand chaplain, Mrs Muriel Vetters. presented two vocal solos: Mrs Maude Barrett, Lakota, gave a reading; three high school girls sang a trio with Mrs Brycc Johnson accompanying; a short skit was presented by Mrs Murray Elmore and Mrs Harold Fischer; and the program closed with a solo by Murray Elmore. A sociai hour with refreshments was enjoyed at the close of the evening. Lorraine Youngquist, senior student at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn, came home to be present at the 80th anniversary of Immanuel Lutheran church. Lorraine served at* organist for the day. ' Rev. S. Hammer announces the- first quarterly conference for the Swea City and Grant Methodist churches, will be Thursday evening at the Grant church. FiTday at 4 p.m., Sept. 23, the Junior Mission Society will meet at the Methodist church parlors. Mrs Dean Swanson and Mrs Jeaii Tague will serve refreshments. " A committee of eight families will serve a Fellowship suppvr Sunday evening at the Methodist church parlors. Those on the committee include the Lynn Lu- Ivers, Russell Strayer, Richard Hesvicks, Win. Shoenhairs, Murray Elmores and Lee Alwards. Sunday, Sept. 25. will be Rally Day at tlie Baptist Sunday School. There will be a short program and pupils will receive I'C'ftificates o! promotions. Baptist Guild groups will meet Friday, Sept. 24. at the following homes: Group I at Karl Bergs. Group II at Aiflen Jnngln'rgs, and Group III at tlie Francis Torine home. Mi>: Angle Hubb.ird of Bancroft vi-titecl Thursday at the Glen Curtis home. Thursday |)-m. Mi> Curtis with Mrs Hubbard, d.'i.ve to Gerl<-d to visit at the home of Mis Iris Finn. On Tuesday evening she was given a shower at the Baptist Guild Hall. • Eighteen ladies acted as hostesses'." Miss Link and Tommy Preston wedding will take place Saturday afternoon. Oct. 1. Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and son Larry, were Sunday visitors at the home of his sister and her husband. Mr and Mrs John Guy at Dexter, Minn. Wayne Thompson,, Walter O'Green and Albert Anderson and Verlie Niccum. vocational agriculture instructor at Swea City school, attended lhr> Iowa Animal Nutrition school held at Ames on Thursday, Sept. !!. Swea Homemakers met Friday afternoon, Sept. 20, with Mrs Deftmer Thompson wilh Mr:, Rudy Peterson the assistant hostess. Mrs Opal Nygaard gave a talk of safety. Mr and Mrs Frank Waid oi Charles City spent weekend at the home of her father, William Barger, and her sister, Mrs Glenn Clark and her family. Mr and Mrs Tankard Carlson and,, Me and Mrs H. Gangstead wer*e Sunday afternoon visitors ut'IvIauricT- Carlson's. Mr and Mrs Dorf Larson and their three children of Atlanta, Ga. came last week Monday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs Otto Larson, his brother, Harvey Larson and sisters, Mrs Orville Thoreson and Mrs Walter Goracz- kowski. The above nainvd and their families, and Mrs Christina Swanson, Harold and Donna and Mr and Mrs Alvin Swanson were Sunday evening guests at Harvey Larsons. Mr and Mrs Gordon Thompson of Sheldon visited Saturday until Sunday at his parents, Mr and Mrs William Tnornpson. Mr and Mrs W. Thompson entertained a number of friends Sunday afternoon in honor of Mr and Mrs Gordon Thompson. Mr and Mrs James McCau.-lin and twin sons of Oskalonsa were weekend visitors at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs C). L. Thoreson, other guests at iln- Tlioieson home Sunday noon were their sons and their families, Mr and Mrs Ci cil Tli'iiirou and Mr and Mrs Orvillc Thon-son. 4-H Weiner Roast The Plum Creek Hoy's -Ml Club met ui Call State park, Wednesday, Sept. 7. fur a w:enei ioa>t Mike Kain joined as a new mem ber. Vf'tSf* Modern Home Appliance Whittemore, Iowa Phone 3111 IH Freezers and Refrigerators Maytag or Norge Appliances Uuy Your Television Antenna Before the Raise ! SYLVANIA - and - DUMONT Or You Name It and We Will Get It (ALSO USED APPLIANCES) Expert Service & Repair on All Makes & Antenna Installation Pratt's Radio & TV Service Ph. 3111 Whiltemoro Sparkling polished 100 Lbs. One - Semi - Load U. S. Good Size V>— -^ COUNCIL OAK'S PRICES FMSe?T.23*/+24tit. 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