The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 17
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November 3,1955 U , pper Des Molnes «. circula t i °n in Kos suth county of any publication KEN & LEO'S "Don't tell me*' your cor won't start . . . after that tune-up I did. Our customers always come back I ItO'S Phillips "66" Service Phone 967 East State St. Whittemore Girl Bride Of West Bend Man On Oct. 30 WhiHemore — Sunday evenirig, Oct. 30, at 7:30 o'clock, the West Bend Methodist church was the setting of a wedding which united in marriage Geraldine Grimm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Geralc Grimm of Whittemore, and Holland (Pete) Krug, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Krug of West Bend in a double ring ceremony per- FREE AIRPLANE RIDES FOR ANYONE ON THEIR 100th BIRTHDAY \ McCullough AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE ALGONA formed by Rev. H. N. Olson of West Bend. Steve Williams, organist of the church, played the nuptial music and also accompanied Lael Pelt- it, who sang, The bride was.attired;'!ii a blue suit with matching accessories and wore & rhinestofle necklace with matching eflrrlngs. She wore a corsage of pink and white carnations. Darlene Wagner, a schoolmate of the bride, was bridesmaid. John Krug of West Bend, a cousin of the bridegroom acted as bestman. Ushers were Wilma Wagner and Mrs George Krug. . A reception was held in the church parlors for 90 guests at 8 p.m. , i ' Beverly Zumach was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Martha Studer of Mallard, cut the cake, Janice Balgeman poured,' Wilma Wagner and' Janice Balgeman were in charge of the gifts. BUf- fet servers were Mrs Conrad Hig»ins, Mrs Margaret Rusch, Mrs tfarry Balgeman and Mrs Sam Montag.' The bride grew up in Whittemore and attended the Whittemore Public school. The bridegroom' attended the West Bend, jublic school from which he grad-j .lated, and served in the'army for three years. He is at present employed as a carpenter in West Bend where the young couple wil live upon their return from theii wedding trip. Mrs Friders Is St. Joe Hostess To Farmerettes St. Joe — Mrs Martin Friders entertained the Farmerette 500 club in her home on Wednesday evening with Mrs Edmund Friders as guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas, high. Mrs Edmund Friders, travel, a'nd Mrs William McGuire, low. Mrs Delmer Plathe entertains the club in her home on November 30. Long Distance Call Mr and Mrs Peter Kayser received a telephone call from their son, Sp/3 Norman Kayser. Norman, a 1951 graduate of St. Joseph's high school has been staX tioned on a small island off Japan on a U. S. fuel base the past year. The Berte Trio entertained at the annual Farm Bureau Meeting at Clarion last Monday evening. The trio consists of Cecelia, Lo rine and Gerald Berte, children of Mr and Mrs Joe Berte of here Cecelia was a 1955 graduate of St Joseph's high school, Lorene i sophomore both playing aecordi- nns and Gerald plays the electric guitar and is a Gth grade student in St. Joseph's school. Betty Friders, daughter of Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders, had her tonsils and adenoids removed in St. Ann hospital in Algona on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann and family left on Friday for a week's visit with Mr and Mrs Math O'Conner and family in Parsons, Kan. Mrs O'Conner is a sister of Ed. Parent-Teacher Conference is scheduled in St. Joseph's school for this week on Nov. 2, 3, and 4. This is the first year that this system is introduced to replace the report card and to give the parents the opportunity of .meeting the classroom teacher to confer with her. These conferences will be limited to ten minutes. Mr and Mrs Laurence Thilt?es and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Schneider spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Peter Hoffman at Masonville, Iowa. The Thilges boys stayed with the Cyril Kellners of here and the Schneider boys Bancroft Boy, 9, Injured In Fall From A Hayloft spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Alphonse Thilges of near Algona. Seneca Spdrklers Install Officers Seneca—The Seneca Sparklers 4-H Club held' their October meeting at the Seneca School. Vew officers were installed, Bonlie Mclntire as president; Mary Sngland, vice president: secre- ary and treasurer, Carol Hanisch and photographer, Susan Sullvan. The group initiated the new member, Coleen Smith. The following mothers were uests: Mrs Elmer Hanish, Mrs 5arl Mclntire, Mrs Martin Wil>erg, Mrs Francis Sullivan, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Alfred Petersen and yirs Verle. Smith. Mrs Henry was "also a guest. Bancroft — Joseph Rolling, 9 year-raid son of Mr and Mrs Peter Rolling, fell from the hay loft at the parents home Thursday. He received lacerations across the back of his head, which required ' several stitches. He is a patient at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. A party honoring John McGuire, son of Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire, was held Sunday evening at his home. John left Monday for Des Moines where he had enlisted the air corps. 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