The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
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4-Alflono (la.) Upper Bet Maine* Thursday, Sept. 29, 1955 LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter and Barbara were guests Sunday at the Fred Chi istoffer home in West Bend. Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family called Sunday evening in West Bend at the Art Andeison home. Mr and Mrs Emil Person, Pattj and John spent Sunday afternoon in Ledyard at the Carlo.-; Engelby borne. Mr and Mrs Ralph Ilammer- strom and girls were dinner guests Sunday and spent the afternoon at tho Dale Upward home in Carroll, la. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! ALGONA SPECIAL One-Hour All New CARTOON SHOW SATURDAY —OCT. 1 (Hand Festival Day) (' () N T I N U O U S F It 0 M 11 : (I 0 A. M. 'TIL 2:00 P. M. Conic in anytime after 11:00 a. m. and ..see the complete cartoon show anytime up 'til 1:1() p. m. ADMISSION ONLY lOc & Children Under 12 For All Others (11:00 a. m. 'til 1:10 p. m.) THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY (Daily Bargain Matinees—2 I'. M.) JAMES STEWART'S TOP ACTION HIT! EVER* PAGE, EVERY PASSION" of one of the most powerful adventures ever printed in The Saturday Evening Post ... now doubled in impact on the mighty CINEMASCOPE and TECHNICOLOR screen! Ci, iun.f.g Cathy Arthur Donald Cathy Alex **?. Aline - -> KENNEDY-CRISP-O'DONNELL-NICOL-MacMAHON- u\<;oo & NK\VS Ottosen Man Weds Kasson, Minn., Woman Oifosen—A( South Zumbro Lutheran Church at Kasson, Minn., Mary El Ion Stensland, daughter of lU-v. and Mrs O.-mund Stcns- lnn<i i'f Kassen. Minn, and Eklon V. llundrrlmark, .son of Mrs W. K. Himdcrtmark of Oltosert, exchanged wedding vows on Saturday evening, Sept. 24. Rev. O. Stonsland. father of the l.iricle, of- lic'ialed. Airs G. M. Stevens of Rochester. Minn., sister of the bride, played flu- 1 nuptial music and Carolyn Kgertson of Jewell, Iowa, a friend of thr bride was the soloist. Mrs Harris Olson of Drayton. N. D., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs Ernest Lorenc of Hastings, Neb., sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs Richard Kropf of Ottosen, friend ot the bride. The bridegroom was attended by a friend, Richard Kropf of Otlosen. Ushers were Dr. Ernest Lorene of Hastings, Neb., brother-in-law of the bridegroom and Dr. G. M. Stevens. Rochester, Minn., brother-in-law of the bride. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Miss Lou Ann Ramsey and Miss Ruth Carlson both of Buffalo Center, Iowa, had charge of tin; gifts. The bride is a graduate of the Kasson high school and Waldorf Junior College at Forest City. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ot- tnscn hjcih school and Iowa State College. Following a wedding trip to Northern Minnesota the couple will make their home on the Strulhers farm southeast of West Bend. The bridegroom is engaged in farming land located west of Ottosen. Progressive Club Party The Progressive Club held its annual anniversary party in the Commercial Club Buildings in Ottosen. Husbands of the club members and members of the local school faculty and their husbands and wives were guests. The Band Mothers served the seven o'clock dinner. Mrs liar- old Mountain, president of the club, gave an opening Welcome. The committee planning this entertainment and also decorating the tables were Mrs Donald Cooper. Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Fred Karnpen. This group will hold their next regular meeting Oct. (i. Mrs Caroline Telford and Mrs Essie Cooper were hostesses to the P.W.O. Friday afternoon. Mrs Ralph Richards gave the lesson. This group will attend the fall rally at Burl, Oct. 5. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher and family attended the Usher family reunion held at Wilclwood Park al. Charles City Sunday. About af) relatives were present. A group of 15 ladies from Bode were Saturday afternoon visitors al the Earl Olson home. Mr and Mrs Louis Dippel of Belmond wore Saturday supper and evening visitors at the Percy Watnem homo. Sunday evening supper guests at the Watnem's wore Mi and Mrs Merle Faulk and :on. Monte of Estlierville. Mr and Mrs Stanley Keith and fum- ilv of Pocahontas and Mr anu Mrs F.rl. Nessen and family of West Bend. Mrs Oliver Lee and daughter, Mrs Willis King, and daughter, Vickie, attended the wedding of Kli/abeth Luring Reinde.'K at the Catholic Church at Saturday morning, groom is a nephew of Mrs Lee. Olvin Hang returned home Friday afternoon after being a patient al Lutheran Hospital. Fort Dodge. Following an appendectomy earlier. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth .•'re the paients of a boy born Saturday. Sept. 24 at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The baby weighed nine and one-half pounds :niil h:>s been named Byron Ray. The Kinseth have three other ehildren. tw-i boys and a girl. The paternal grandmother is e-iring for the children during tho time their mother is in the hospital. The paternal grandnarents are Mr and M'~ Oliver Kinseth and iho maternal grandparents .re Mr and Mrs Raymond Loo.-- li'ih of Ottiisen. West Bend Bridal Couple Of Sept. 6 Gr'parents Twice In One Week Lakola — Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe became grandparents twice last week. Mr and Mrs Albert Goet?. became the parents of a son, Keith Frederick, on Sept. 19. He weighed 5 Ibs. 8 07,. Mr and Mrs James Mayne of Led.yard became the parents of a daughter, Jolene Ann, on Sept. 20. She weighed 7 Ibs. 9 oz. Mrs Goet/ and Mrs Mayne are sisters and both were at Holy Family hospital, Estlierville. and James Assumption Emmetsbui'g The bi ide- 4'. Maurine Layton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Lipp of West Bend, and Richard Bonnstctler, son of Mr and Mrs Mary Bonnstetter of West Bend, were married Wednesday, Sept. 0 in Sts. Peter and Paul church in West Bend. Msgr. Schultes officiated at the 8:30 a.m. double ring ceremony and nuptial high mass. The bridal couple is pictured above in a photo by Nels Isaacson. Marlene Bonnstetter, sister of the groom, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaid was Shirley Hinncks and Linda Bonnstetter, the groom's niece, was flower girl. LeRoy BonnstoUer, brother of the groom, was best man. Groomsman was Bill Baas and acolytes were Gene and Ronald Bonnstetter. cousins of the groom. Ushers were Byron Boos and Bob Brie- holz. After the ceremony a breakfast for the bridal party was held in the home of Harold Baas. A reception was held in the Legion Club with the following assisting: Mrs Vic Robinson, Barbara Baas, Shirley Ellcr, Janice Goodchild, Mary Dell Miller, Margaret Wright: Mary, Carol and Shirley Miller and Gayle Berninghaus. Dinner was served in the Legion Club at noon to 35 guests. Assisting were Mesdames Ray Thompson, Howard Jergens, Chris Bonnstetter, Don McCarty, and Janice Otto and Dorothy Thompson. After a wedding trip the couple will live on the groom's farm 'of "West Bend. ; • -. • Ray Huber, 51, Rites Saturday Wesley — Weslcyans who attended tlu> funeral of Ray Huber. 51, al the Buffalo Center Catholic church Saturday morning, Sept. 2-4. included Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig, Mr and Mr:; Leonard Arndnrfer, Mr and M'.v Elmer Douglnm, Mrs Jack Lick- Ic-ig, Mrs Al Loebig and Mrs Tillie Loebig. The deceased was a son of Mrs John Huber and the late John Huber and is survived by his mother, wife and four children. He- died of a throat ailment. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Livestock Talk Here On Oct. 4 One of the most important farm meetings to be held this fall is scheduled for Tuesday night, Oct. 4 al the Algona High School Annex at 8 p.m. County Extension Director, Dean Barnes of Algona expects a large group of Kossuth County farmers to attend to discuss livestock and feed problems with Richard McWilliams and W. J. Turner from Iowa State College. Each farmer attending the meeting will receive a copyrighted chart which he can use in figuring the price he can afford to pay for feeder cattle, Barnes says. With lower feed prices and narrow margins, Kossuth farmers will need to do careful figuring in planning their 1955 livestock programs. Turner will show how to figure the price a farmer can afford to pay for feeder cattle. He will also discuss prices farmers can expect for grains, soybeans and hogs J&L Used Cars 1953 CHRYSLER Hardtop with R & H 1953 DODGE 4-Door V-8 with R & H 1951 CHRYSLER Saratoga 4-Dr., with R & H 1952 DODGE With Radio & Heater 1951 FORD 4-Door with OD, R & H 1950 FORD 2-Door, with OD, R & H See Them at J&L this fall and winter. McWilliams will explain results of latest feeding experiments at Io\Va State College. And he will outline feed requirements for different feeding programs. WELCOME TO TH6 BAND FESTIVAL The Women of fhe Moose are serving a lunch at the Moose Hall from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hamburgers, hot dogs, chili, pop and milk. Be sure to come in and see us. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends ir IT'S NEWS - WE WANT If —_ ——— * HELMKE'S ANNUAL DUROC BOAR AND GILT SALE Sot., Oct. 1, at 1:00 p.m. OAKDALE FARM — 2 miles norfh on 60, Ihert 1 mile east of Renwick, Iowa — Lunch on grounds. _ Selling 50 Boars; 30 Gilts These are the cream of our crop of 316 head. They will be well grown and big, from the best Hrfe of breeding in the Duroc breed. We believe that the trend for more length with less back fat is here and we have bred for this the past few years and know you will agree when you see this offering that we have them for your approval. We'll have new breeding fdr our former customers. Our herd Bangs free, accredited No. 172. Everything vaccinated. W. H. HELMKE & SON Cols. Hall and Nelson, Aucts. A. H. 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You are most cordially invited modern Funeral Home in Bancroft and the grand opening to stop in either afternoon or evening of either day t agd open house to be htla 1 from 2 o'clock in the afternoon look over our new buildings and facilities, until 9 o'clock in the evening of Saturday and Sunday of FUCHS FUNERAL HOME Complete Funeral and Ambulance Service Phone 4823 SINCE 1916 m Bancroft, Iowa \ ^

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