The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 32
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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I^AIgtA* (ft.) UpMf 0* thufiday, Ottebtr 6, IMS Nancy Doughan Of Wesley Bride Of West Bend Man , Ann Doughan, daughter of Vincent Doughan and the late Margaret i.»wlcr Doughan, was married to Philip L. Bal- Wrd, son of Mrs V. A. Robinson and the late Lylc Ballard of West Bend, on Saturday, Oct. 1, at 9 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic CKurch in Wesley. flev, L. N. Klein officiated at th« double ring ceremony and the nuptial mass. The bride, given in marriage her father, wore a gown of lace and tulle over slip- satin. The fitted bodice had A .maftdarin collar and a yoke tnfrirned in seed pearls. The nvcfc long and tapered to • over the hands. The tip veil was held in place a coronet headpiece of it ill}* lace edged in seed pearls. 7 She' carried a white orchid FtifroiuSdM by frenched carnations and a white prayer book, the gift of the bridegroom. The brjde was attended by her sister-in-law, Betty Doughan 01 Clarion as 'matron of honor, and Jtosanne Ballard of Fi. Leonard Wpod, Mo. as bridesmaid. .Roger Doughan of Clarion, hwother of the bride, was best. diian 'and Keith Ballard, brother d! -\\\c bridegroom, was grooms- nXaru . ^ ' Ushers' Richard Douuhan and, Roger Fulton of Montezumu. Aeplytes .\vero Stephen Dotighan, Billy Kunz, Jimmy Walker arici Bafv'id Hilbcrt. .; A .'.'(Hiding breakfast was serv- ed'to. the bridal party by Mrs L. tt. • Klcinpetcr. ' At noon a dinner was served to .100 guests at St. Joseph's Parish Hall by friends of the bride. ' Waitresses were Audra, Betty arid Cora Doughan. Joann Becker, 'Julia Johrton and Mary Ann Rutherford'. ; -Mrs Thomas MGroevey of Leland had. charge of the guest frook and the gifts were opened by Mrs P-aul .Crotty of Havelock and M,rs Don Vogel of Ada/n. 11 The bride is a graduate of Wesl£y high school. She attendee one year at Briar Cliff College at Sioux City and one year at JbWa State Teachers College. She 'taU'grU in the West Bend public schtool and at present is teaching ihfrd'grade in Burt. i The bridegroom graduated from W.egt Bend high school, served twx>. years in the Air Force and is '"now employed by Standard OU.' : Following a short wedding trtpV the couple will be at home irv. AJgona. <XD. of A. Meets • "At'thc regLfjar meeting of the Cfltholk -Daughtefs of America hold Wednesday,' 'Sept. 20. the group, voted to give $25 Jo Father .Coody, a Missionary Father. who .showed slides and gave a talk here last winter. The next frteeifng will be Wednesday even- i:rJ,-Oct. 12. ',' 'Servers will be Mary Forbur- «r, ."'.'Nell Frlmml, Clara Goctz. Mifjorie Goetz, Irene Hiinig and Haiel'Studer. vOn the entertainment committee will be PauJine Pfcffer. Mildred Vitzthu'm. Anna Mae Hir- nfj:, Esther Kncchl and Bridget', Srriith. ' -Mr'and Mrs Charles Nygaard find .family spent the Sept. 25 weekend in Chicago, 111. .,-.Lu,cillc and Anna Mae Hirner 3 -Chieago, III. Thursday to visit a cousin, do some . ,...,, g an'd sightseeing. ? .'The Methulist Sunday School of>$er.veo! Rally Day Sunday, Oct. 2,' with a program of readings, songs cuid poems arranged by I he Me>dames Charles Nygaard and Don Kraus. •'Rev. and Mr.- F. A. Webb will return this week from vacation in MieJiigan and church services next Sunday will be at the regular time. 'Eighteen employee^ ,m<l directors of K & H Oil Co. attended a sales meeting at Vet.- Club in Clear Lake, Sept. 2!1 fjiven ny Dupont Co. • George and Joe Gnet/ re!uruc:l Wcxinesday from HcnJ|v.-n. 111.. •whore they had attended turn ra! sei-viec-.- lur an un.-ie. Hemv Bruer. Buffalo Center Girl To Wed Ledyard Youth Mr and Mrs O. M. Ellingson, Buffalo Center, announced the Engagement a n d approaching marriage of their 'daughter, Bonnie Lnu. above, recently. Bonnie L'ou will wed Jim Goet/., son of Mr and Mrs Merman Goetz, Jr., Ledyarrl. in the Bethlehem Lutheran Church at Buffalo Center. Sunday. Oct. 23. {Photo by Nels isaacson) - • Mr and'Mrs Edward Johnson entertained at a family dinner party Sept. 20 in honor of their son. Jerry's .second birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Winger. Mr and Mrs. Martin Hamilton, Mrs Helen Johnson and Joe. Joy Curran. who will marry Don F-Ianig on Oct. 18 in St. Joseph's Church, was honored at a bridal shower Oct. 2 in parish hall. Rev. and Mrs Axe! Gumlneson of Gaylord. Mich, and her twin brothers Russell and Roger Nelson of Clear Lake were Thursday supper guests of their grandmother, Mrs Eunice Nelson. Joe Johnson returned Tuesday from several days visit in Chicago as guest of Republic Steel. The Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson attended a District Conference at Rapid City, S. D. Sept 26-30. Mr and Mrs John Ame.sbury and niece, Ruth Krogh, of Nora Springs visited Emma Studer and others Saturday afternoon. Amesbury's are former Wesley residents. ' Mr and Mrs Don Vogel ol Ada/a spent the weekend at the parental J. T. Mcurer home and attended the wedding Saturday of Nancy Doughan and Phil Ballard. Mrs Ben Fuurot left Thursday of last week 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 Eiscnbacher of Armstrong spent last week here in the home ot his late mother, Mrs Eisenbacher. Harriet Becnken of Albert Lea, Minn, came home Tuesday for a three week's vacation at her parental Hans Be-onken home. She had an appendectomy Friday night at the Albert Lea, Minri. hospital where she is taking nurses training. Mr and Mrs Alfred Erdman and Willy were Sunday guests of Mrs Martha Allmvht "and family at Rockwell Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan, who had a sale Saturday afternoon at t!u ir home in flutehins moved over the weekend to Spirit l.dke where they had purchased a home. Mr ami Mr.- Clarence Donovan and Paul .,!' Lake Park". Minn. -pen; rev. ral days over the Week'-' L ' at the parental. Hans'Kngen 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 and Wallace Donovah homes. Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt of Lohrville spent the weekend at the parental, A. N. Richtsmcicr home. They attended the Doughan - Ballard wedding Saturday. Mr and Mrs Roger Doughan of Clarion spent the weekend at the parental Tom Becker and Vincent Doughan homes. They \verc attendants at the Ballard-Doufihan wedding. Ear) Robinson, son of Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson and Fern Fillonworth of Britt were married Friday by a Justice of Peace at Mason City. His brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bill Robinson, were attendants. The young couple are living at the parental, Robinson home. Bill is cream hauler for the Farmer's Co-Operative Creamery Co. Mr and Mrs Bud Hauptman and family of Bancroft were Sunday callers at the Mrs Anna Reno and Gayle Studer homes. Mrs Dorothy Snooks and son David, of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the R. E. Ncwbrough home. Mrs Ethel Hutchinson of Mason City and Mrs Lillie Benskin of Grinncll called on Saturday. friends LONE ROC NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Dclbcrt Blanchard, son of M' and Mrs Ed Blanchard, has m-' completed a course at the M .!land Linotype school at. Ch;:i'' • City and has now accepted a •" on the Nevada Evening Jouiiiii at Nevada, la. starting t :-,!.week. Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and son Rick Lee moved last week to Nevada. „ Mr and Mrs Richard Gross ;iio parents of a baby daughter born Sunday, Sept. 25, at St. Ann hospital. The new arrival wei;.'ln- ( i 1 Ibs. 12 oz. and has been ruin,'. 1 Cvnthia Sue. She has four MS- MI:- LI-MI Marlow became ill i ii. d;iv and was .taken by am- i.nii i ML-'.: to St. Ann hospital where iir :- still a patient. .\1; and Mrs Andrew Thomsen i.d Mi and Mrs DaVe Lynch -.'u-a Thursday evening at the K.ilpii Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt and spent the weekend in V' miillion. S. D. at the parental iV.-ilfer Stand) home. Mr and Mrs George B. Long «.'lh'd Sunday at Wesley at the '. 'i.i!viicr Ackerson home. iii'ii iUarlow was a supper Mir-t Sunday and spent the ( \\ nin.:; at 'the Erich Seegebarth I:..;, i', . Mrs Cik'nn Hughs, Connie and larky of Sac City, Mrs Groves and girls of Newell, la. were dinner juicsls Sunday of Andrew Th'>ms(:-Ms. Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson and familv oi' Belmnnd visited Sunday at .Vv r . G. Flaigs. Mrs dare Rtimus of Algona spent the weekend at Leo Ramus home?. Mrs Minnie Mines of Algona visited Sunday, Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard nnd family of Mason City and her mother, Mrs Smith were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mrs Adolph Pert] of Fenton and Mrs Rose Kraft visited Mrs Alvina Schultz at Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich spent the weekend at Fayelte, 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 Milfrcd Mitchells Sunday. Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder and family were guests Saturday evening at Owen Berhows. Sunday for dinner the Berhows were guests of Mr and Mrs Otto Westling of Algona. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meier of Sacramento, Calif, returned home Wednesday after spending a month visiting their daughter and family, the Howard Bierstedls and other relatives. Tuesday evening the Bierslcdts called at the Orville Kressin home to help Mrs Kressin celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan visited Sunday evening at Roy Chrischillcs home in Fenton. _ Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and Billy of Eagle Grove were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer spent over the weekend in Minneapolis at the home of their son and family, the Ray Kramers. Mrs Eugene Pruitt and David, Mrs Clifford Behrends and Mark visited Friday afternoon with Mrs Bernard Miller. Sunday Mrs Wayne Miller and family of West Bend visited at the.Miller homr Sunday dinner guests at iho sArden Hovey home were Mrs Glenn Teeter and daughter of Burt and Mr W. H. Meyer of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Wilford Radig attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Hugh Mi1ta.c at Webb, la. last Sunday. Mr* Radig was the organist, and accompanied Eunice Meyer of Bm t who sang. RUMMAGE SALE In the Kohlhaas Bldg. 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While the car shown above is in the Cuitora Royal scries, the same i.oay siyiL- i> ucin<< offered m the lower priced Koyal and Coronet series. You ore Invited to Enjoy Coffee and Doughnuts with Us All - Day Friday

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