The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 31
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UPPER DES M O I N. E S ccvc Pledges Sorority __ Mary Mawdsley has pledged --; •/ inr.- K (t "-'H 1 - u Omega at thp Iowa Slate She is the daugli nd Mrs Clarence .. Ames. ter of Mr Mawdslov. Guest At Scanlans Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan an i".'ing visited by their daughter Virginia, who has been employed as buyer m a stoi,, at Oakland <-aUI. Last week the other daughter June Ann, Mrs James Ras".v, ot Do.s Moines was heir following a vacation wilh her tins- band and another couple from De« Moines the time being spent at the Okobojis. During the parents sojourn there, Dr. and Mrs the Rasley's Scanlnn cared for daughter Carole. Cresco M-D Club The first meeting of the Cresco Mother and Daughter club was ;ield Sept. 14 at the home of Mrs John Simon. Assisting hostesses were Mrs Joe Buscher and Mrs Harold Sabin. Secret sisters were revealed. Old officers lin- ;hed up old business and new of- For An Unfailing Supply of Low-cost, High-efficiency Gas, Install This... 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Shierk, and Richard Roy Mathes. son of Mr and Mrs Lyle Mathes, were married Thursday. Sept. 15 at 2 p.m. Rev. M. H. Brower officiated at the double ring ceremony at the Algona Presbylcriar church. Music was provided by Mrs Rex Taylor and Mrs Delber't Carver. The bride wore her mother's wedding dress of white imported Alencon lace. It was Elizabethan in style. Her white illusion veil was attached to a cap of seec pearls and she carried an arm bouquet of white mums. Jeanne Capesius was the bride's attendant. Herbert Mathes wa.- best man for his brother and the ushers were Warren Nelson and Cameron Shierk, III, brother ot the bride. A reception was held in the church dining room with the following assisting: Mrs Gene Schattschneider, Kay Brayton. Barbara Bourne, Nancy Virgil, Kathryn Hutchins, and Mesdames Win. C. Steele, Hablert Long. E. H Hutchins, Vic Parsons, George Powers, and Merle Webster. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills the couple will live in a Misbach apartment. Richard is employed at Kossuth Motors and his wife at Kirkland's Shoe Store. Weds Arkansas Girl Sgt. and Mrs Wm. O. Brown of Hot Springs, Ark., announce the marriage of their daughter. Ruthey M. to Ray O. Walker, son of Mr and Mrs James W. Walker of Algona. The wedding took place Saturday afternoon. Sept. 17 in Algona, and attendant were Mr and Mrs Jim Walker, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Supper guests at the James W. Walker home in honor of the bridal couple were Mr and Mrs Dave Strain and Joan Wilson of Webster City; Mr and Mrs Joe Johnson of Alden; Mr and Mrs Gilbert Fosnaugh and family of Gothenburg, Neb.; Mrs Nettie Fisher and Mrs Nora Garner of Burt; Mr and Mrs Walter Klinker and family and Mr and Mrs Jim Walker of Algona. Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at Hi Lake in honor of the birthday of Mrs Harry Yahldit-ck with those in attendance beine members of the family, Harry Vahldieck. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg of Fenton; Mr and Mrs John Johannasen of Lone Rock: Mr and Mrs Joe Presthus, Mrs Anna Presthus. Mrs Bertha Pom- mt-r. Henry Looft and the respective families. i Notice to Taxpayers! TAXES DUE! The .second installment of real estate and personal property taxes will become delinquent on October 1st. 1'enalty is % of one per cent for each month. Delinquent list will be published in November as provided by law. NEW LAW A bill passed by the legislature requires that County Treasurers SHALL advertise delinquent personal tax in two issues of the official county newspapers in November. If the tax is not paid within ten days after the last publication, distress warrants must be made by the Treasurer and given to the Sheriff for collection. The Sheriff will then seize and sell personal property sufficient to pay the tax, interest and costs. Rosella Voigt KOSSUTH COUNTY TREASURER Plum Creek Homemakers Plum Creek Homemakers met for their organization tea at the home of Evelyn Mawdsley. Florence Kain, Ann Drone and Ardeen Sampson were assisting hostesses. Violet Benscholer and Helen Harrison presented a Safety program. New officers elected are: rJ fried a Clark, chairman: Blanche Long, vice chairman; and Ardeen Sampson, publicity. The next meeting will be Oct. 26 at the home of Mai eel la Garman. Madelyn Priebe and Deulah Seely will have the program on World Trade. Mawdsley Reunion A Mawdsley family reunion dinnur was held a week ago Sunday at the Johnson House for Dr. and Mrs Howard Mawdsley of San Mateo, Calif., house guests of Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, who also entertained at dinner foi Ed Mawdsley, Mr and Mrs Clarence Mawdsley and Mr and Mr? Ear] Crouch, "of Fenton. Rescue is a brother. From here the doctor and his wife went to Now York and will stop at New Orleans enroute home where he- will attend a medical meeting. Birthday Party Mrs M .W. Lindhorst gave a party Saturday for her son, Arlen whose seventh birthday was being observed. Guests were Dean and Denny Buscher. Tim and Torn Hutchins, Danny Merryman. Randy Plait. Glen tschcller. Joel Taylor, Larry Scobba, John Sny- dtr. and Eddie Weishaar. Mrs Francis Plait assisted Mrs Lind- horsl in the picnic which was Held at the Ambrose Call Stati park from three till five o'clock. afternoon. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family joined a family group at the Alfred Jen.- : "n home at Rodman to celebrate- two wedding anniversaries. Mr and Mrs Alfred Jensen were i/r I'.'biatmg their 40th wedding anniversary which was Sept. Hi and Mr and Mrs LeRay Waite were cd'/brating their 17th wedding «nnivf.Tsary which was Sept. 17. Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf were v.-.tkend visitors at the Dick Skivers homo at Little Rock, la. Sunday evening supper guests at t.'ie Magnus Bratland home v.-i ::• the;r son-in-laws and daughter. Mi- and Mrs Richard Chnst- ii.m.-on, Mr and Mrs Sherman Sil- bau.Mii of Humboldt, and Mr and Air- Harold Dale and Debbie ot Dakota City. Mr and Mis Percy Watnem and family weit' Thursday evening dinner guests at the Stanley Keith home at Poeahontas to ecu biatu Mrs Keith's birthday. Mrs Hannah Hellickson of Hardy was a Sunday dinner guest tit the Glen Helhc'kson home. Mr and Mrs Severt Stackland and family of Esthervilie were Sunday afternoon and evening vi?i'.'..rs at the Howard Hellickson homr-. Marsha Bayse of Humboldt is spending this week at th(- Howard Hellickson home. Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna attend- 'd tin.- wedding of their niece, Mihlri'i Ki-mna, to Edward Conway at Plymouth, Monday. Mi.-:. Oliver Kinseth and son. Jerry, spent Saturday and Sun- day visiting hor mother, Mrs Rachael Floen in Omaha, Mrs Kjoen celebrated her 841 h birthday Saturday, Sept. 17. Mrs George Kemna and son, Stephen, of Martinsburg, Mo. were overnight guests Friday at the Ed Kemna home. Those- enjoying a pot luck picnic dinner and trail ride from the Oliver Lee home Sunday wer>_- Maurice Halsrud and son Dennis of Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud and family, Mr and Mrs Harry Dasen and family, Mrs Jerry Christian.son, Sharon Bjornsen 'and Mr and Mrs Olaf Halsrud all of Bode and Mr and Mrs Pete Stamper and family of Gilmore City. Mrs Donald Larson and daughter Marilyn, Mrs John Vinaas and daughter Janice and Ronald Vinaus attended the wedding of Jimmy Nash and Shirley Wesley at the Sacred Heart Church at Owatonna, Minn. Saturday. Attending the Sunday Schoo 1 Teachers Instilute at the Lutheran Church at Bod:; Sunday afternoon and evening from Trinity Lutheran Churcn in Ottosen were Pastor and Mrs Harold Mounlain. Wanda Jacobson. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and several boys from Mrs Holt's class, namely, Randy Watnem, Larry Trub. Steven Evanson, Gary Seh- ullz and Douglas Daniel. Friends of Mr and Mrs Maurice Salern of Esthervilie will bo pleased to learn that the couple are the parents of a daughter born Aug. 26. Maurice formerly lived in Ottosen. Thursday, Sepf. 25, 1955 Algdfia (la.) Upper 8§i M«!ft«S-"S Olvin Haug is a patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, where lv> underwent emergency appendectomy early S u n d a y morning. Robert Kemna, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna left last week for Iowa State College at Ames where he will begin his second term in Agricultural Engineering. A Congregational Picnic will be held Sunday. Sept. 25 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Oltosen. 'Mr'and Mrs K. R. McLuen attended the Denver-Iowa Stair PVx.itball game at Ames Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and Mr and Mrs Chester Alme entertained a group for dinner Sunday at the Schult/. home. They were Mr and Mrs J. M. Blanch- ;nd. Jr. and family. Mrs Hulda Scliuit'/ and Mrs Maude Blanchaid all of Lone Rock. Tire local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr? Essie Cooper for a regular meeting. Guests were Mrs Donald Cooper and Mrs Anna Longsetii Back From Korea Burt — Cpl. Richard L. RHS- mussen arrived in the states Sunday on the Gen. Wm. Mitchell transport, at San Francisco, from Korea. Richard entered the service November of 1953. Cpl. Rasmussen is a son of Mr ana Mrs A. L. Rysmuss*-n. When You Feed \\ GRpvt i r 4*4 HOG SUPPLEMENTS Eugene Huber Algona Phone 12F32 Dinner Honors Guest Mrs Rhoda Bonar, Helen Dingley. Mrs Marie Run?, and Mrs H. M. Smith gave a dinner Tuesday evening at the Johnson House for Mrs Howard French of Phoenix, Ariz., guests being .Tiemberp of a card club to which the honoree belonged when living at Ti'.onka. Cards were played following the dinner. Delphian Society The Delphum society met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Llovd Robinson. Ottosen Band Mothers Add Six Uniforms Otloscn—Mrs Percy Watnem, new president of the Band Mothers, .took charge of the first meeting for the new year when that group met Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse. Other new officers are vice president Mrs Raymond Wehrspann:. secretary, Mrs Fred Kampen and treasurer, Mrs Silas Banwart. The group voted to buy six new band uniforms for the new members coming into the band. They also voted to serve dinner for the Progressive Club Anniversary Party Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann were hostesses. Birthday Party Dwayne Haug celebrated his 7th birthday Saturday, Sept. 17. with a party at the parental Olvin Haugh home. The following little fi lends being present: Jimmu .N'ewton. Arland Jacobson, Beverly and Joan Mogler, Btvky Banwart. Pamela Cooper. Martha md Rachael Holt, Bobby Cooper. Ronald Struihers, Richard Salz. Dennis and Kathy Fehr, David Welter. Jimmy O'ppedahl, Anthony Oppedahl, Beverly Kampen Mrs James Barber and Ronald and Donna Lou of West Bend ana Mrs Marie Haug of Bode. Ladies Rural Club The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian Church parlors with Mrs Bob Trueisen hostess. Mrs Kermit Fowler read Scripture- Mrs Mike Coyle had the lesson on South Carolina and Mis Karl Long had charge i.-f leciva'.ion. Sunday afternoon the Antone Spelch h.'ir.i- wi°r< Mr and Mrs Eldon Walter ana Mrs Fannie DeMooy of Renwick Last Monday Edwin Speich went to Des Moints w!ie:x- lu joined a group of other nun from Farmers Co-Op Elevators and lie toured the new gram elevator a! Avon. Randy Olson of Gilmoiv City spent the weekend at tin.- Ted Underberg home. Sunday evening supper guest;at the Albert Bergum home were- their sons-in-law and daughters and their families, Mr and Mrs Bernie Bjornson and family of Bode, Mr and Mrs Raymond Holland and family and Mi and Mrs Don Piltman and lan.i'y al, of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs John Vinaas and ] daughter Janice and Marilyn Larson were Sunday dinner guests at the Alt Lee home near Britt Mr and Mrs Louid Dippel o! Belmond were weekend visitors at the Percy Watnem home. Saturday evening visitors at the Wat nem home were Dr. and Mrs H J. Classick and daughter Carolyn. of Belmond. Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson werf Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgivn at Gilmore City. Mr and Mrs LeRay Waite and family of Rodman were Sunday evening visitors at the Hoi!:.Cooper home. Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and Susan of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel visited at the home of Mrs Leona Daniel in Humboldt Sunday LANGMACK BEN FRANKLIN W ill Be Open GHTS UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience of Our Customers 3HOP AND SAVE With These Every-Day Low Prices MEN'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H-Y NYLON SOCKS $1.00 Values SINGLE CURTAIN WHITE Adjustable ANGLE WRENCHES 8 inch - 69c 10 inch - 89c 6 inch - 59c ENGLISH BICYCLE with 2 WHEEL BRAKES 3 SPEEDS SPRING SEAT $57 Value Sale Price $3795 BLACK PEPPER 1 oz. Can o c BOY'S SOCKS STRIPED NYLON REINFORCED HEEL AND TOE 5 Pair 79° TRI-CYCLES ALL WHEELS WITH BALL BEARINGS 10 inch 13.49 12 inch 13.98 16 inch 14.95 CHEAPER MODELS from $9.49 to $13.49 LADIES WASH DRESSES 80 SQUARE COTTON Close Out Price 88c LILT PERMANENT WAVE REGULAR - SUPER - GENTLE $1.50 Values «8c LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN x'x.w..y.A/xx^^^

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