The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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Moving Takes Place Among Wesley Folks Wesley — Mr and Mrs Julius Matz, Rosemary and Charlotte, moved last week into the residence they hdd purchased from 1ho Ivan Johmons. The property had for years been the home of the late A. A. Studers and was bought and occupied by the Tom McMahons, now of Pocahontas. They had sold it to Ivan Johnsons, who have done considerable reconstructing and redecorating. The latter family had moved several months ago into their newly-constructed ranch - type house just south of their former home. Matz had sold his farm just north of Wesley to Lee Goo I/'. Lone Rock Girl To Wed Dec. 11 odist church. C. D. Of A. Meeting At the regular moclinR of the C. D. of A. Tuesday evening. Nov. 8, the date for nn initiation of new members was tentatively set. Members are urged to ^et candidates. Bridget! Smith, lochirer nave a talk, and Father L. N. Klein spoke briefly. The next mwting will be curst nifihl on Wednesday, Nov. ,'10. The Christmas party will be held on December 15. Mary lioi-kwood received the cash door pri/e. Will Move To Wesley Mr and Mrs David Kloinpeti-r "f DPS Moines were honnivd at a farewell courtesy. Saturday r.ieht. Nov. 12. The Kleinpetc-rs will move to Wesley about Jan. 1. A New Daughter A babv cirl was h .111 !•< M: and M: > Tony Brown Ki ;day, N;>V. 11. in St.. Ann ).-'.-pit;,!. They now have a family <<f on'.Min and three dau.tjhsei's. Jan and Julia Ann wore a! tl •• I .•• K<iV F<:ck'.' h>>tiic si-vdal '.i.'i*. r a:-,-i the young s'on \ with ;-,)> yrandmoiher. Mis Car! B:o\vn <•' St. Benedict. Basket Social Held The regular meeting «f thr \Veslev Wizards wa? hvl<l S.ttur- Mr and Mrs Arthur L. Baker, Lone Hock, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Mr Charles G. Sehult?..' son of Mrs Ruth Schultz of \Vbittem- more. The wedding will take place December 11. day. Nov. 5. at the Center school house with Julia and Ruth Wubben ;i? hostesses. Plans were made f"r the basket social which was held Wednesday evening. Nov. 1C. Carol Goet/ and Loui.-x- Skow were ap- pointi'd to U'.k;' the baskets at the door. Baibara Leek was appointed to unwrap baskets and number them. Mary Girres ann Patty G-.'etx to help auctioneer Nancy Tjaden and Mary Trunelle to take money. | Infant Bapiized \ The baby b:<y h• •: n tn Mr and J Mr- Dt>n'-'Y;<:i SHriu- S.-iturctay. I .V'.'V. 5. \v;<s bap! :.••!• I S'jndr.v in ; St. Josepl-.'s Cat!,-•!;;• Hunr!) by j Rev. I.,. X. K't-.i; .'-lid !iarr.(-fi M.ciiae! D-n-van. The infanf:- t'-'iandpartn's. Mr! Mr^ Her'• man StiiJe;- -,vi ; < 5n •]-,.- •','.-. I J i Thanksgiving Services ' Ui):'-:i Ti;.inksi.:;\-;n,; *ervic<. . c j at t!.i. ftvang-'hc.-i! Fret 1 C'vurci; • \vil! b" ht.-id Wednesday j Hi-, NI.V. U3 at 7:-I."7 oVl-ii-k I Th.- J'-hn We<;, v lihr. will In ! -!-.,,wn DtC'.-n-.ber 4 ::-, tin- M'.-th- Erects New Quonsei J. A. H&uptman is having a.34 by 84 foot steel quonset erected at the fast end of mam street on lois IK- purchased from Art Obrecht ut" Aigona and Carson Simpson. He will continue to operate the Wesley Auto Co. for garage, sales and service as the company has done for 45 years. Weekend guests of Ed nnd Jot Eisenbachcr were their cousins, Kupert Simon and Herbert Wolf of West Bend, Wis. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlssor. had as their pheasant hunting weekend guests their son, Allan Carlsson and his father-in-law, Ivor Carlsson both of Chicago, 111. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Des Moines and Ames spent the weekend at home. Bill Goetz, Mike Vitzthum, Art Beenken and Richard Ricke represented the Wesley Legion in the Veterans parade at Aigona Friday, Nov. 11, Veteran's Day. The Reese Martin family had as their pheasant hunting weekend guests his brother, Russ Martin and Morris Murphy and Benny Saxer of Kcosaugua. Thursday evening, Nov. 10 callers at the Alvin Swanson home to help Judy Ann celebrate her first birthday were Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Harle, Mary Jane and Alfred of Britt and Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson of Wesley. Sunday guests in the Carson Simpson were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber and family of Ai- gona, Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Donovan and family of Spirit Lake. Robert Kirkpatrick of Omaha spent the first pheasant hunting weekend with i datives here. Mr? Robert Lewerke spent last week in the parental Carson Simpson home. Mr and Mrs Lewerke moved lecontly from Mason City to Britt where he is employed in the Chevrolet gar:.{•..•. Scott Davis of Ottumwa is visitiim in the home of his sister, Mr.- Carson Simpson and. familv. The K.Y.N. Circle met Wed• iT'.'S'iiay. November 1(>. ;it Fred I Kdrns. The Mary Circle met ! that day a'. Erling Florn?. | Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe of j Ames became parents of a babv j £iri. Saturday morning. Nov. 12. j Mr Wolf, brought their oth:-r ivhiid. Barbara t<. the home of her grandparents, the Alfred Erd-' mans. Mrs Wolfe is the former Patty Erdman. Luther and Charles Nygaard and Glen Gabrielson attended a dinner and program Tuesday evening, Nov. 15 in Aigona high school annex, sponsored by the Presbyterian men. Mr 'and Mrs Wilfred (Smokey) Flaherty of Chicago and the Geo. Rheinharts of Ames spent the weekend here with their mother, Mrs Catherine Flaherty and their brother, Paul Flaherty and family. Mr and Mrs George Ricke went to Waterloo Thursday tc visit Mr and Mrs Al Soppe and the Edward Thissen family and also visited the Lawrene Ricke family at Williams. They returned home Friday. Mrs John Huff was lucky winner of the $25 at the Silver Dollar drawing Saturday afternoon. Another $25 will be given Saturday afternoon to some adult who has registered at one of the participating stores. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel, Adaza, spent the weekend at the parental, Joe Meurer home. All went hunting. Mr and Mrs Ed Farnum and family of Shenandoah spent thr- weekend at the parental P. C. Haynes home. Mr and Mrs Jack Hayes and two children were weekend guests at the parental, John Richter home. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner and children spent the weekend in Des Moines. Mrs Morton Larson and children, Mrs Lee Hunsley and children and Mrs Charsty Anderson all of Britt were Sunday visitors in the Henry Swanson home. Mr and Mrs Darrell Lane and three children, Billy, Lorraine and Roger of Princeton, 111. came Friday afternoon to spend the weekend with Goetz' relatives. He is a cousin of Joe, George and Leo Goetz and Mrs Helen Johnson. Friends and relatives who have called at the Alvin Swanson home since Mr iSwanson was brought home from Mercy hospital, Mason City include Mr and Mrs Russell Swanson oj Wesley; Mr and Mrs Earl Schulz. Lyle Fox. the Jerry Fox family, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Harlan. Jane and Alfred all of Britt; Me and Mrs Leon Swanson and Kathy of Masr.n City, Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson and Arvin Larsons of Wesley. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT home. Mr and Mrs Emory Smith had as their guests Saturday and Sunday, Mr and Mrs Glenn Selby and three children of Des Moines. Pneasant hunting was the attra- tion for these visitors. The Messers and Mesdamcs Cliff Buckels, Ray Hertzke and Edward Sheldahl attended a Ludefisk Supper at the Lutheran Church in St. Peter, Minn. Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Cecil Anderson .ook their son Gary to Rochester Monday for a check-up on his inn which he had broken over a year ago. Mrs Mary Zoller stayed on the farm with the other children. DOLORES DANCES . . . Rroorf. tray anil /xjru/mi's stage farorite t Dolores Gray, makes her motion, picture debut in a dasslinf srtnp* artil-dancc role in Af-C-M'a "/t'» /tlirays Fair FTVat/ier." (lene Kelly, Dan Dnilry. Cyd Charifsc anrl Michael Kidd also star in the neic offering, filmed in CinemaScope And color. •LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heetlond Thursday, Nov. 17, o'clock. MAITHonka Banquet Honor For Grid Team Portland—Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunkhill, Richard and Jack and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Barllett and Merlin attendee! a banquet Friday evening at the lunch room at the Titonka high school, for the football boys. Each family was seated together. As each boy's name was called, he arose— also his parents. Ninety-two were served, after which several good speeches were made. All departed for home around ten Mrs Hazel Carroll and family called at the Lloyd Bartlett homo Sunday afternoon. Seven men from Council Bluffs and Omaha were dinnci and .supper guests at Lloyd Bart- left's. They came up to hunt pheasants. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen visited Sunday afternoon at the Levant Moore home. Mrs Minnie Larsen and Velma were also callers in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs S. R. Parsons near Burl are building an addition on their home, a new bedroom, kitchen and half bath. The Glen Larsons are building a new chicken house. Orlo Zwiefel is doing the work for them. Visitors at the Dwight Ruse home Saturday afternoon were Mr and Mrs Andrew Miller and little son of Fairfax, la.. Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family. Mr and Mrs George Hix and Mrs Victor Fitch and children. Mrs Bernard Phelps and Mrs Charles Phelps called on Bertha Stow of Burt and helped her celebrate her birthday Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Henry Radamaker visited at the Donald Ringsdorfs home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Jack Sodrel and little son of Greenwood, Ind., Bob Sodrel of New Albany. Ind.. and Mr and Mrs John Coultas of Derby. Ind.. are visitors at the Tom Trenary home. Mrs Chas. Sandage accompanied the Coultas' and will visit her daughter, Mrs Bill Trenary. Mrs Mary Michaelsen visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson. Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen were callers of the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson and Mr and Mrs Lowell Jaspers and family of Carpenter, Iowa were Sunday dinner guests at the Verle Nelson home Mr and Mrs Leo Clark of Britt were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Fitch home. Howard Clark of Minnesota was an over- ni^ht guest. He will take Mrs Lillian Bunkofske back with him. She will keep the children whilfe Mr and Mrs Clark go to Califbrnia for a visit with Mrs Clark's father and brother. Mr and Mrs Harold Bates and family left Monday morning for Calif' They took the southern route and will stop overnight nt the Wyatt Stott's at Lebanon, Mo. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson spent Friday evening at the Owen Berhow home. Sunday callers at the Berhow home were Mr and Mrs W. M. Rotterman of Elmore, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and Cheryl of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Ernest Fischer home. 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