The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 2
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S-Algond (la.) Upper D« Moinfti Thursday, October 13, 1955 Bancroft Wedding Mr and Mrs Roger Wilhelmi. pictured above, were married Sept. 20 in St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. The bride is the former Denise McGee. daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan McGee. Roger is the son of Mrs Eva Wilhelmi. Following a wedding trip, the bridegroom will report for service in the air force. . . AROUND ALGONA' ' Mrs William Sleele is entertaining her bridge club this evening, (Thursday). Mothers of the first grade room at the High School building met with the teacher. Mrs Isabellc Dnhl for a gel acquainted party on Wednesdav afternoon. Mrs Orlan Oti entertained her bridge club on Tuesday evening. Prix.cs were received by Ruby Murtha. Mrs James Merryman and Mrs William Specht. —0— Mrs Dick Post entertained her bndge 'club Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs A. J. Ricklcfs and Mrs Cecil Will. Prizes were received by Mrs Will and Mrs Tom McGraw. Mrs Leonard Meissner gave a birthday parly Saturday for her son. Lennie. who was five years old. She was assisted : by her daughter Judy. Guests were Jack and Steve Waller. Doug and Greg Cook. Randy Rieclmgcr. Jeffrey Picked and Bill Miesnner. Mr and Mrs Leon Martin and Mr and Mrs Don Asa were hosts Monday evening at a meeting of the Mariner's Club at the Pres- j bytenan church. Following the j pot-luck dinner, the Rev. Gene | Sk-kmann of Dubuque was guest | speaker. A group from Lakota was H!M) in attendance. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl had as their guests over the weekend. Mrs Dahl's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratl and Bob. John and David 'of Fairmont. Minn. Mr and Mrs Arthur B. Olson and children spent the weekend with Mrs Olson's parents. Mr and Mrs Elmer Christian near Albert Lea. Minn. They also attended Homecoming activities at Waldorf College at Forrest City. —o— Mr end Mrs Walter Schild- knrcht went in Sibley on Tuesday to attend an air conditioning meeting at the home of Mr and Mrs Cliff Wier. Mrs Schildknecht was one of the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Verner Sands and .--on Jim of Hartley spent Sunday here with Mr Sand's mother. Mrs Mary Sands and with Mr and Mrs Russell Sands. The occasion was the seventh birthday of the Russell Sand's daughter, Linda. The Wednesday Night Youth j Club of the Presbyterian church held its first meeting this week Teachers arc Mrs Willaul Grog- son. Mrs Leon Martin. Mr* Wiui- C'olwel! and the Rev. M. H. Browt-r. Xi-Xi, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tu< .-ii.-,v evening, Oi-t. Hi at tin- home • >f Mrs David Smith. The pro- 'j.ra:n. "Some Ha!!.- For Learn- harge of Barha:a Hap- Staff Sergeant and Mrs Gordon WcRener and daughter Christy, arrived Friday from Greenville. S. C. for a visit with their parents, Mr and Mrs Fred < Wegener and Mrs Frank Lewis. Mrs Wegener is remaining here for two weeks while her husband goes to Cheyenne. Wyo. for an army school. On Sunday, Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener entertained at a family dinner in honor of the visitors. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner had as their guests over the weekend, Mrs Edward Boyce of Des Moiiv-s. She is the youngest Turner daughter, Ruby and she expects to move soon to Toronto, Canada where her husband has a position with an insurance company. On Sundav, the Turners had as their —-o— A neighborhood party was Uivcn Wcdni'sdiA 1 evening :i\ t''H- !;nme of M:> Edw.n \V'V;!c-ipf \'- :th M!> llvX V-.IV:e- .i- .'".''!!'>!'t'f. C.ifd> \ve:e the c.nU-: t.'iin!i;t-::! ,md ;,!:••, Vi-vier >v;:- L;\ rn a s'..'ik The Young Mothers Circle of '.'":• M I.-'.' 1 ' ••.:>! Church me! \Vid- ! :.•-.-.i.-.v •..•v.-mr-u L,: '.'••.. ;-. ,-:n-.- >: M;- B.'.'u p.-.tu-r M:> E,r! Le^. ; ' v.. ; > ... i,'-':. .-I-.-- M.> !. L , S:-v..H-r p:..--. r.I. ..i :'::•„• ir.' _: ;.;i. "Why G ,: C-.i'.-.-d P.iJ". : The Ruth Circle of the Pres- we have it/ VetStrep for BLUE COMB and CRD Honsbruch Drugs •-..'.:- M. f J,-,iO: S., :-. K., : .,:•'.: BUM iii:1 M.s Clara Prall and Mr and U:I.!~ Sfir..!n.>.-:i-i . t:.. h:'u . ^V!.;^;^.•!:^(.^^'. >p--nl S;:i,,:, , P -\ Mrs J. F. Milder gave a birth- . !..<•>!.- 'AvA .Nfi ".-.!•.',: l \r~ L.' i-7'.-. :._-;>:.. : , = :.--: M; ..i.d M-> •' K ' ' S * - , '. ^ Dr. and Mrs N. J. Keliey have -• -vtd :n;i i tht-i r.i '.v v , . .1; -•.! i ,1 t- bt ::i^. U;..,md bv M; .::.-; V. : :v^*.-!t Si'.'n.hx M. S ::.:r./ :.- .. !,'...H-hi.-I a', til..' f' :iHi .; l.)i.K .-l.i!; ,:iu Mrs Sthi.iJz :- a >.-u . o: M:J 41 . Bj.yd.K-y. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 1T< MORE NEWS! MENS- BOYS -GIRLS Jack'ts From Reversibles To Parkas! Sizes 4- 54 Special! Just 24 MEN'S ORION SLEEVELESS SWEATERS 273 Firit qudhly! !n charcoal grey shades, yellow, blue- pink ! 3-M L. These will sell OK DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE guests, Mr and Mrs Cornelius DeKruif and son David of Sheldon. Mis DeKruif is the former Pauline Turner. Mrs Jones, 63, Funeral Tuesday Funi'Kil services for Mrs Ethel Jones, (i!?. resilient n! Aljjona t"i :i qiiiirter century, were held in the First Baptist Church Tuesday at 2 p.m. Kcv. Kuland Andrews officiated and burial was in Riverview c e ni e t e i y. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in cliargc of nrrangi^nents. Mrs Jones died suddenly at St. Ann Hospital Thursday, 'Oct. (i. of a heart ailment. Ethel Rosine, daughter ot Fredrick and Eva Worcester, was h.orn at Clarion. April 22. 1392 and came to Algona 26 years ago. She resided at COO South Dodge street and was a member of the First Baptist Church. Mrs Jones was well-known as a cook h?re Five children survive. They are Erin a (Mrs Don Elphic). Los Angeles: Edna (Mrs U. S. Lund). Des Moines; Elsie (Mrs Floyd Shackelford), Davenport: Jean (Mrs Don Craft) and Eunice (Mrs James Sheridan), Algona. Other survivors include nine brothers and sisters. They are Lola Pearson. Walter. Clayton and Clifford Worcester, Walker, Minn.; Ma2el Seifert and Grace Hayworth, Armstrong; Bess Mix and Ivfcr Worcester, Seattle, Wash.; and James Worcester, Esmond, S. D. Two sons. Earl and Ernest, pre* ceded her in death. Pallbearers at the funeral were Bob and Jim Sheridan. Donald Lund, Bob Mann, Clayton Bilyeu and Gerald Warner. 106 F-B Women Plan For '55-'56 Plans and goals for the 195556 year of acivity were discussed during a meeting of 106 Farm Bureau women from all over Kns- sulh County at the KG Hall Friday. Township chairmen, vice chairmen, publicity chairmen, f four urea representatives and several .eiicst speakers were present for the all-day event. Twenty-seven of the 23 townships in the counts' were represented. Mrs J. S. Van Wert, Hampton, district committeewoman, was introduced by Mrs Charles Nygaard. county chairman from Wesley, and was in charge of t;ie business meeting. Other county officers are Mrs O. T. Cherland. Lone Rock, vice chairman, and Mrs Louis Wingert of Buffalo Center, miblicitv chairman. During the day's round of business, Mrs Van Wert presented a questionnaire on Farm Bureau Work; a movie on parliamentary proceedure was shown: Wayne Keith, Burt, district committeeman, explained the soil fertility bank: Owen Hurt, county field- man, explained extension-Farm Bureau relationships; and Don Smith, Upper Des Moines reporter, delved into news and its value to the newspaper. New Titonka Doctor TiJonka — Dr. John J. Lesiak started his practice of medicine in Titonka, Monday, Oct. 10. He is located in the front of the old Titonka Bank Building, next to the present bank. Dr. Lesiak was a former doctor at the Buffalo Center hospital. At Plymouth Prevue Clayton and Ken Percival, of Percival Motors, and Larry Higinbotham and John Dunn, of Central Motors, are attending a special prevue of the 1956 Plymouths at the Sioux City municipal auditorium on Friday evening. Bob Chambers and Bud Zender, of J & L Motor Co., saw the new car at a Des Moines showing a few days ago. Boulders in our paths can be stumbling blocks or stepping- stonss. 17 Motor Cases In J. P. Court Justice C. H. OsUVinkle tried 17 traffic violators in his court the first three days this week. Roger W. Eimers, Ringsted, and James F. Jentz, Fenton, each paid $10 and costs for consuming beer on a public highway; Merlyn J. Pollock, Dakota City. Edwin V. Albers. Buffalo Center, Paul A. Carlson and Larry Manu.s, Burt. Philip F. Vaske and Kenneth A. Goche, Bancroft, and Jerome Penning, Wesley, each paid $5 and costs on muffler counts, and Oscar Romer, Algona, was bound oVer to the district court on a check charge. He failed to have bail, so is in the county jail. Glen C. Householder, Lone Rock, paid $10 and costs for faulty truck brakes; Lee L. Schenck, Algona, paid $10 and costs for faulty truck equipment; James J. Stahl, Livermore, paid $20 and costs for speeding; Gordon J. Dudding. Bancroft, paid $5 and costs for no cnauffuer's license; Clair E. Thomas, Algona, was assessed $5 and costs for driving with an expired license: John G. Harms, Titonka, way fined $10 for operating a vehicle without a license; and Margaret E. Harms, Titonjca. paid S10 and costs for allowing an unauthorized person to drive. A total of 37 violators paia fines in justice court daring the week. Wins I-H-C Prize In Sweepstakes A Buffalo Center man was one of three winners in the Mason City district of the International Harvester Co.'s $200,000 refrigeration Sweepstakes, according to Mr R. W. Schultz, IH district manager. Winning his choice of an IH re- frigerator, freezer, or room air conditioner worth $400 to $500 is Dick Geiken. Other winners were Donna Horton of Charles City and J"im Leonard of Mason City. International Harvester dealers in Kossuth County took part in the Sweepstakes contest. Mr and Mrs James Hughes and Esther Mackintosh attended the band festival in Algona Saturday. Larry Coleman, son of Mr and Mrs W. L. Coleman, is quite ill at his home with the mumps. 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