The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 38
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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2-Algeno (la.) Upper 0« Moin«» Thursday, October 6, 1955 2 Post-Nuptial Showers For LuVerne Brides LuVerne— Mrs Edwnrd Edgo. Humboldt, the former Blythe Larson was honored with a postnuptial miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Methodist Church. Hostesses were Ihe Mesdames Joseph .Thorn. Harold Wolf, J. L. McClamrock, Earl Delmering, Van Hansen, Milton Wilhelmi, Earl Neal. Harry Lidity, Alvin Weber, John Ramus. Edward Hof, G. M. Will. George Wolf. Jesi Jorgensen, Edward Del-inert, William Goetsch, Jessie Sanford, Albert Genrich. John Voss, Jr., Ralph T, Davidson, Norma E. McClaran and Ray Stone. About fifty shared t'.e courtesy. Mrs William Hardcopf, the former Patricia Werner, was REVIVAL SERVICES Starting Sunday, Oct. 9 7:45 P.M. Soul-stirring messages from the "Word of God". Inspirational singing and special music. Well-known visiting speakers. • Week nights, Monday through Thursday. You, your family and friends have a cordial invitation to attend. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Rev. Joe Strobbe South & Harriet hoored with a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower, Sunday afternoon in the town hall. Hostesses \verc Mrs Guy Andre, Miss Virlaine Johnson, Mrs Geo. Grinnsehl, Mrs Robert Hardcof, Mrs Dennis Carroll, Mrs John Carrol], Titonka and Mrs Arthur Rosenmeyer, St. Benedict. About 40 shared the courtesy. Mrs Hardcopf was assisted by her sister-in-law, Mrs Guy Audre in opening her many gifts. Mr and Mrs Tom Schneider of Monticello, Wis., arrived Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs George Grimsehl home. They were en- route home from a vacation" trip to Colorado. Laurel Benlley of Kansas City, Mo. spent the weekend in the Mr and Mrs Phil C. Lichty home. Rev. J. Paul Stevens, pastor of the local Evangelical United Brethren Church returned Monday morning to Cedar Falls, where the past several weeks he has been building a cottage at Riverview Park Camp. Mr and Mrs James Mallory had guests over the weekend Friday evening guests were her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs R. C. Adams of Des Moines. Saturday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johanses, Lone Rock; and Mr and Mrs John Struecker, Fenton and families. Mr and Mrs Henry Studer, sons, Marvin and Richard of Rock Island, 111. visited friends here Saturday. They visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Juluis Studer in Corwith and her mother, Mrs Alice Anderegg in West Bend«. Mr and Mrs Wayne Marly of Greene, Iowa spent the weekend in the parental Mr and Mrs Mehr^ Marty hortie. ''' Mr and' Mrs Herman Meyefs had as dinner guesls Sunday, Mi? and Mrs Lofeh Larson of . trv.i inglon. The occasion honored the, anniversary of Mr and Mrs Laf- son wTiich was Oct. 5 and the! birthday of Mr Meyer which wa$' Oct. 6. •' • ' ! Mr and Mrs Max Patterson and daughters visited her mother,. Mrs D. D. Broadie in Granger: Sunday. Mrs Broadie accompanied them home for a two weeks visit. : i Mr and Mrs A. D. Roos and sons, Hospers were Sunday visis tors in the home of their son, $lr! and Mrs Jack Roos. ,'•"• Mr and Mrs John Zimmer 1 -' man had as weekend guests, two! colored boys, Roosevelt Harve^ and Mervin Thome, college friends of their son, Bob Zimmerman. They are students at the University of Dubuque in Dubu* que. Mr and Mrs Bryce Wickett and son Johnny visited relatives over the weekend, in Lacona and Milo, and Indianola. "'., Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman and her father, John Hefti spe'rit Friday visiting their sister anil daughter, Mr and Mrs Dudley Blesic, LeRpy and Willa Rea at Petersen, Minn. They report Mrs Blesie resting comfortably at net home after medical treatment at Rochester. Mrs Curtis Morgan, a patient in the General Hospital in Des Moines, underwent major surgefy there Saturday. Mr Morgan reports her condition satisfactory. LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN Will Be Open UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience of Our Customers SHOP AND SAVE With These Every-Day Low Prices BOXED STATIONERY FOLDED SHEET & ENVELOPES B9c VALUE 59C DUTCH MAID SUGAR WAFER STRAWBERRY & VANILLA FLAVORS 1 Lb. Package SPECIAL AFTER DINNER MINTS 1 Lb. Bag 27C NAPKINS 80 COUNT - WHITE CARD TABLE REINFORCED TOP - STRAIN RESISTANT Regular Size 339 ALUMINUM COOKING SET WITH CAKE & PIE MIXES NEW DESIGN UTENSILS $2.98 Value - This Weekend Only 1 CRAYOLAS 29c 8 COLORS Kindergarten Size Quanlily Limited 2lc TYPEWRITING PAPER 50c TABLET BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Sue 2 to 6x MEN * >OY'$ ARGYIE SOCKS Anklet - Fejnsy PpHern Size 10 '/a to 13 3 LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKUN Mr and Mrs Etldie Gleason and sons of- Shell ;Rock spent the weekend frith hfer father and bro* ther, r*red and Oseitf BKhifiken' dorf. Mr and Mrs Joseph Norcross and family had as Saturday evening gUesfs Mrs Sarh Mickelsian, Mr and Mrs L&rfy pr^oftwood and Sharon Mickelsbh 6£ Belmond. Mr and Mrs Jerome Stripling, Debra and Jeffrey of Cedar Falls visitexJ their' rrtotHers, Mrs Jessie Stripling' and Mfs Glenftiss Harper families' Saturday artd Sun- ( day.. , - . * Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker visited over the weekend iff Washington with thfeir son'. ' Mr and Mrs Herman Warmbier, Mrs Clara' Sankey, Mrs Freda Steussy, Mr'and Mrs Marc Moore, Dr. and Mrs H. D. Meyer of Algona, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppman of Irvihgton, Mr and Mrs Frank Hoffman, Mr and Mrs Fred Hintz of Livermore attended the annual harvest dinner Saturday evening in the j;ooms of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk were dinner guests Sunday in the parental, Mr and Mrs Claire Jones home in Royal, visited his mother, Mrs B. F. Jones, Linn Grove in rest home in Alta and with his sister, Mr and Mrs C. R. Kremen- ack in Newell. Mr' and Mrs Cyril Woodsen of Eagle Grove were Monday evening dinner guests of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Agard. Mrs James Neville, daughter, Diane, of Ames: Mrs Vera Andrews, Mark and Donna, Don Irey, Cedar Rapids and Gerald Hebener of Masoi> City were Sunday euests of Mr and Mrs Arthur 'Dimler. Hulda Fritzemeier of Waverly Was a weekend visitor here, Miss Fritzemeier teaches English in Wartburg College. Mr and Mrs Robert' Bigings, Lynn and Bradley visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Wendt and family in Bode. Mr and Mrs James Mallory attended the funeral of John Homann in Fenton, Thursday. Mrs Amelia Behnkendqrf was entered in Lutheran hospital. Ft. Dodge, Sunday afternoon, where she is under observation. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David of Algona visited in the William Goetsch home Saturday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs William Goetsch. Mr; Goetsch has'been confined to her bed and home the past month due to illness. , Young Lakotans t#!JS0!W Vows On Oct. 1 »* -4* (fv- 1 . <fr_ ' ,.' ".£{ -^ * .• •- * '. -, . - -1 Lakoia — Sharon Dbrenbush,- daughter of Mr and Mrs John A. Dorenbush and Harlan, son of Mr and Mrs Maynard Hertzke, were united in marriage at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1. The ceremony was performed by,Rev. Laveijne Miniecke in St. Paul's Lutheran church. The couple .was attended by Barbara Peterson, Lakota, and Harley Harms of Buffalo Center. The new Mr and Mrs Hcrtzko were both members- of the 1955 graduating class of the Lakota high school. 1 Harlan is employed with n carpenter crew and Sharon is working for the Johnson Produce. They are at home in an apartment in the home of the bridegroom's parents. Wallentines Hosts Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentinc were hosts to the Ledyard Township Farm Bureau Wednesday. The evening was spent in discussing the Resolutions. Officers Installed New officers installed at the Westminster Fellowship Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church were Helen Mamminga, Moderator; Donna Hippen, vice Moderator; Gerald Hcetland, Stated Clerk; and Luella Mamminga, treasurer. Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby and family and Mr and Mrs Wayne HeeHand attended funeral services for Mrs Henry Ploeger at the E. and R. Church in Ledyard Friday afternoon. The deceased was Mrs Ruby's mother and grandmother of Mrs Heetland. ^ Mr and Mrs John Cuneo of _Memphis, Tenn. have been guests the past twq weeks of the latter's mother. Mrs Mary Zollor. Mvs Cuneo is the former Novella Zoljer. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blomc were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Brand at Hollandale, Mirm. Miss Arlene Ruby of Mankato W9S a visitor at the parental, Qfville Ruby home, Thursday and ffiday. She came to attend funeral services for her grandmother. Mrs Henry Ploeger ,at Ledyard. Mrs John Gnadke of Good Thunder, Minn, was a guest of Mr and Mrs L. A. Nitz Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Gnadke is the former Esther Schneider. ||Jr and Mrs Al Buckels of Oxford were visitors several dav> last week with their son, Cliff and family. Edw. L. Gutknccht arrived hoipc last week from La Porte, SgsJtt., Canada, where he had sp^ot the summer on his farm. ^ seven pound daughter was bcyn to Mr and Mrs Morris Wort- liwjn; Sunday, Oct. 2 at the Britt Haspita). She has been named "•'"-~'e and is the first grand- for Mr and Mrs Ernest A. i. Mr and Mrs Lee OJ- are the maternal grundpar- Ends Engineer Course 1n Army FOftt SELVOIR, VA. — Pvt Fay A. Asche, 22, whose wife, Margery, and' parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Asche, Uve in Lakota, Iowa, recently was graduated chines, from the teh-week surfacing machine operators course at The Engineer -School, Fort Belvoir, Va. . . The course offered training m the operation and maintenance of roads and airstrip surfacing ma- . The man of few words, doesn't have to take so many back. 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