The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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JKIrtt'.t Nancy Doughan Of Wesley •;»K\< fide Of Wist Bend J Out u a a ni *l <a •n *» LftWle to Philib L. 6f Mrs. V. A, Robinson e'. WlC LyJe Ballard of feM, en Saturday, Oct. i tt; lh St. Joseph's Catholic in" Wesley. . . ^W: -''li. N, Klein .officiated at ring cererndriy ahd the . . iB bridfc, "given in marriage tether, w'Ore a gown of Iac6 and tulle over sllb* .. The fitted bodice had rih" collar and a yoke d' J in. 'seed pearls. The . were long and tattered to •pver: tho: handi The 1ij> veil was held in pkde headpiece of ;cage<}j... ift seed .„ '".cftrtied a white orchfd :sUw l bWj,ded by frenchejd caJrha* ;t»fts;;,a«d ,' a - white fray* ' bo6k, ,lMj<v gift .pf the 'bridegroom.-. ^;The bride Was attended by her %tefcin;.)aW( TBetty, Doughan oi C}» jpri^Bs matron of honor, and !Wsjftino"Bft]lard of Ft. Leonard Wdod,- '.Mb?- as "bride$niaid. :,,'pger" D.oughari' of Clarion, blibthbf of the bride, was best :mah';aiid/K;cith Ballard, brother af^the^ bridegroom; .was grooms- M- ";/•-,•;-.>. ,- , .'"•' .. .and (rs'f w ; ere' Richard ,Douehan igor-Fulton of 'Montezuma. ~ r ? Jf *3s were Stephen .Doughari, Illy -.Kuriz, • Jimmy Walker and ^yld Ifilbert. ' •'•...-...". t •,|Ai'R-pdding breakfast was serv .to'the. bridal! party by Mrs L Juffalo Center 6lllTo«ii^ ledyard Youth f 'Atihobn a dinner wqs served t. iOff guests at St. Joseph's Paris! Hall-;By, friends Of the bride. ' Waitresses" Were Audra, Betty and Cora poughan, Joann Becker Jylla-. J.flihhdn • and Mary' Anr ; >> one ,at" •lqw Wb'.; JS v'^ plj:; •JdJV.'. -,. —.liW; M&re'evey. of Le^'••had '.ijha.rgo* of •'the' gues hd the' gifts were openec i.Rull-'Crotty of Havelock ^.-rSlDbrtJ Vogel of Adaza. iQ.JJride is a graduate of Wes- *h|g>iV,school. She attendee ,yeaf at : Bctar_Qliff College iipuic City and orievyear at i ; .State Teachers .College. She '"" .in the West Bend public .- .and at present is teaching I'^rade Jn Burt, ;'•" e ibridegrbom graduated from .'. Bend 1 'high, school,' served years in the Air 'Force and " "'employed by'"Standard .illpwing a short wedding .the couple will be at home . '-^er meeting- of the S*i&?U c ' ; .'Pe u ghters . of America - ny.oi.uwi^!,; slides and gave a fk:,hefe'4ast winter. The next Cretin/will rbe Wednesday cvcn- ^'erycrs.jyiiliibe Mary Forbur- '*"», '.vNtll: Frimnil, Clara Goetz, sjorie Goetz,- Jronc Hanig am . and Mrs O. M. Ellingson, Buffalo Center, announced . the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Bon iie Lou, above, recently. Bonni jou will wed Jim Goet/:, s"on b Mr and Mrs Herman Goetz, Jr. Ledyard, in the Bethlehem Lu theran Church at Buffalo Center Sunday, Oct. 23. (Photo by Nel B Isaacson) ^»Bf.r 4 '"-'vv^V' f'Oh :the. entertainment commit- te^iWill,-be; Pauline Pfeffcr, Mild- retl' VJtzthum, 'Anna Mae Hir- rleTi'f'Esther Khccht and Bridget' fitviifh •. : . ' -Mrs' Charles Nygaard a^t_d-iiamuy. spent .the Sept. 25 fl-. fn,,Chicago, 111. e and Anna Mae Hirncr q.'phieago, IU. Thursday g to visit a cousin, do some g and sightseeing, :Metliodist Sunday School ed Bally Day Sunday, Oct. 2) .'-with a program of readings, songs and poems arranged by the Mesdames Charles Nygaard and Don Kraus. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb will f. e J"{n Ms week from vacation in, Michigan and cliurch services next Sunday will be at the' regular time. Eighteen employees and direc- tors'of K & H Oil Co. attended a-sales meeting at Vets Club in Clear Lake, Sept. 28 given : JV Dupont Co. •George and Joe Goetz returned Wednesday from Henipen lil where they had attended fum>rn'i services for an uncle, Henr\ Bruer, Mr and Mrs Edward Johnson entertained a.t a family dinner party Sept. 29 in honor of theii son, Jerry's second birthday Guests were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Winger, Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton, Mrs Helen Johnson and Joe. Joy 'Cumin, who will marry Don Hanig on Oct. 18 in St. Joseph's Church, was honored at a bridal shower Oct. 2 in parish liall. •Rev. and Mrs Axel Gummeson M Gaylord, Mich, and her twin srothers Russell and Roger Nci- son of Clear Lake were Thursday supper guests of their grandmo- her, Mrs Eunice Nelson. ' Joe Johnson returned Tuesday rom several days visit in Chicago as guest of Republic Steel. The Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlson attended a District Conference at Rapid City, S. D. Sept. 6-30. Mr and Mrs John Amesbury and niece, Ruth Kvogh, of Nora Springs visited Emma Studer and others Saturday afternoon. Amesbury's are former Wesley' residents. -Mr, and Mrs Don Vogel of Adaza spent the weekend at the arental J. T. Meurer. home and ttended the wedding Saturday of Nancy Doughan and Phil Bal- 'lard. .Mrs Ben Faurot left Thursday of last wedk for. her home in Los Angeles, Cal. and Mr and Mrs Richard Hammond returned to their home at Racine, Wis., Friday. They had been here during the illness and death of the women's mother, Mrs Thekla Eisenbacher. Father Linus Eisenbacher of Armstrong spent last week here in the home or his late mother, Mrs Eisenbacher. Harriet Beenkcn of Albert Lea, Minn, came home Tuesday for a three week's vacation at her parental Hans Beenken home. She had an appendectomy Friday night at the Albert Lea, Minn, hospital where she is takine nurses training, Mr and Mrs Alfred Erdman and VVilly were- Sunday guests of Mrs Martha Albrecht and family at Rockwell Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan, who had a sale Saturday afternoon at thtir home in Hutchins noved over the weekend to Spirit :iko wlu-re they had purchased a home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Donovan and Paul of Lake Park, Minn, spent several days over the week- en:! at the parental, Hans Engen 1500 Cattle For Sale Monday, Oct. 10 350 choice twos' and threes'. 160 spaded heifers. Balance good & choice steers and heifer yearlings. Consign direct from rancher of the Berthol Indian Reservation of Western North Dakota FlYNN COMMISSION COMPANY STOCKYARDS Sioux City, Iowa aftd Waliaeejfioiiovan homes. . Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt o LohrviUe spent the weekend a the' parental, A. R - Richtsmeie? home. They-attended the Dou. ghan • Ballard wedding Saturday Mr and Mrs-Rote* DbUfhan o Clarion spent the weekend at th< parental Tom Becker and Vincen poughan homes. •• They were attendants at the Ballard-Doughan wedding. Earl Robinson, Son of Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson and Perrt FiUenworth of Britt were married Friday-By a Justice of Peace at Mason City. , His brother and Sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs .Bill Robinsott^ Were ,attendants. The young coUpfS:4ai*,.living at the parental, Rdbinstiri-t home. Bill is cream hauler fof tHe Farmer's Co-Operative Creamery Co. Mr and Mrs. Bud Haupbnan and family of Bancroft were Sunday callersat the Mrs Anna Reno and Oayle Studer homes. Mrs Dorothy Snooks and son David, of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the R. E. Newbrough home. Mrs Ethel Hutchinson of Mason City and Mrs Lillie Benskin of Qrinnell called on friends her Saturday. LONEROCK NEWS By Mfs Clarence Kraff Delbert Blanchard, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, has'just completed a course at the Midland Linotype school at Charles City ahdJias now, accepted a job on .the Nevada ^Evening Journal at Nevada, la. starting tlifs week. Mfflnd Mrs "Delbert Blanchard and •"ifrh~Ridk Lee moved ast week to Nevada. Mr and Mrs RichaM.,Gross af£ >arents of a baby daughter born Sunday, Sept. 25, at St. ArmJios- ital. The new arrival weighed: Ibs. 12 oz. and has been named Cynthia Sue. She has four sis- ters. , Mrs Lem Marlow became '11 Tuesday and was taken by ant bulance to St. Ann hospital Where she is still a patient. « Mr-.andivMrs. Andrew Thomson and Mr jaad .Mrs Dave Lynch called •jThvifsday evening at the Ralph-Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt and girls':•. spent the weekend in Vermdlfon, S. D. at the parental Walter '-Siaudt home. Mr'.and-Mrs George' B. Long called Sunday at Wesley af the Clarence Aekersofl home. Don Marlow "was a supper guest Sunday and spent the evening at the Erich Seegebarth lome. . '"••' . Mrs Glenn Hughs, Connie and Beckjf of Sac City, Mrs Gfoves and girls of Newell, la. Wefe dinner guests Sunday of Andrew lipmseris. ' . • ,' Mrand Mrs Fred Iversoh and amily'of,Belmond,visited Sunday at'W) G. Flaigs. ' Mrs Grace Ramus of* Algona pent the weekend at Leo Rartlus onie. Mrs Minnie Hines of Al« ona visited Sunday.'. a»d Mrs Gordon'•.Blanchard and. family ^ of .Mason .City, and Mf Mather,*Mri ^Smlth .were is.c Siinaay at the home of S r Maude' ! Blanchafd. ... Mfs Adolph Pertl of Fffiitort afid Mrs RdSe Kraft Visited Mrs Alvina Sehultg at Emnietsburg Sunday afternoon. • •,. jMr and Mrs Fred Genrich spent the weekend at Fayette, la. •- with their daughter and family the D. L. Hanson's. Mr and Mrs Ted Nelson of Cylinder were dinner and supper guests of the .Milfred Mitchells Sunday. Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder and family were guests Saturday evening at Owen Berhows. Sunday for dinner the Berhfcws were quests of Mr and Mrs Otto West- ,ing of Algoha. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meier of Sacramento, Calif, returned home Wednesday after spending a month visiting their daughter and amily, the Howard .Bierstedts and other relatives. Tuesday svening the Bierstedts. called at he Orvllie Kressin home to'help Mrs Kressin celebrate Her birth- ay. Mr and, Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan visited- Suftd^ ing at Roy Chrisohille|;hoffte'in Fenton. . ., •','; V : './r ii >. *»'Mr and Mrs Kenneth KjeHafdS and Billy of Jagie/QfdVe ^ere, Sunday dinner and'SUpfieF gflests at the- M. 0, RichttfdS horfte, • Mr-and Mrs Hermah Kramer spent over the weektndj ifi: MM* neapolis at the homCqi.theif adih and fahiiiy, -.the Ray 'Kraniet s,•,:^ Mrs Eugene Pfiiut-ah'd :David, Mrs Clifford Behrehds 'MA Mark visited Friday* afterhoeMiwith; Mrs Bernard Miller. 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