The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 46
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«~A!feftt (In.) Upptr Das thuriday, 0«§rnbef 1, 1955 Foin-Bemardo Nuptials Mr and Mrs Vincent J. Bernardo, recent bridal couple, are shown above. Mrs Bernardo is the former Joan Fain daughter of Mr and Mrs M. H. Fain, Algona, and Mr Bernardo is the son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Bernardo, Emmetsburg. They were married Nov. 19 in a double ring ceremony performed by Father Harold Cooper in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. ., ,,,# Jane Hicks was maid of honor and best man was Gene Thompson. Homer Mileham, Jr. and Bill Fain were ushers, John Hood and Bob McMahon, acolytes, and Mrs Vaughn Rising, organist. Mrs Bernardo is a graduate of Algona high school and is employed as secretary in the principal's office. Mr Bernardo graduated from Emmetsburg Catholic high school and attended Emmetsburg Junior College. He will report to the army soon. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Past Masters, New Masons Honored At Burt Banquet Burl—Kossuth Ledge No. 540 A. F. and A. M. observed Past Masters Night at the hall Thursday evening, Nov. 17. A seven o'clock dinner was served by the Eastern > Star to 43 guests, including 23 Past Masters, and new members. New members are J. D. Andrews, John Cotton, Larry Hinckley, Norman Mitchell and Do Molays. Masons attending were from Algona, Fenton, Lone Rock, Swea City, Titonka and Burt. 'Glen' Harms, owner arid man"-" ager ol the former McMullen store, has been hospitalized by illness but is improving at this writing. sft!r«^s^t»Sre«ir«^^ A Wise Santa u> knows that the best in clothes dryers is a NORGE! A/owOv/y BUYS A BRAND NEW '56 NORGE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRYER Modtl AE-400A th »*'fwlly ... """ley . • 1 ""'' • Cat r*»d*U olio ovailobli f ••-—..., J NEEDS NO VENT! COME IN AND SEE IT TODAY! Hiram Ackerman returned from Iowa City last Week. Recent visitors at the- William Meyer home were Mr and Mrs Henry Meyer and Mr and Mrs Lester Meyer ot Crystal Lake. The men arc brothers. Win. Meyer who has been ill is improved. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Alcock, of Ames, Iowa, were at the nome of the miter's parents, Mi and Mrs Guy C. Giddmg.s on Sunday. They were enrouie nome Irom Osakis, Minn., and were accompanied by daughters, Mikireu, Donna and Mavis. Clil- tord Pannkuk is spending several weeks witn his grandparents. Mi- and Mrs Don Reimers are parents of a son born to them at St. Ann hospital, Nov. 21. The baby weighed seven pounds and three ounces and has been named Russell Dean. Mr and Mrs Wm. Madsen br., and Mrs Ann Keimcrs are the grandparents. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton home were Mr and Mrs orge Hawcott, Mrs Bertha Wallace, Mr and Mrs Wallace Hawcott, Sheila and Kenneth and Mrs Holclrcn. Guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller on Thanksgiving clay were Mr and Mrs H. A. Mille^-ot' Hoyal; Mr and Mrs D. C. Miller with Mr and Mrs Bob Mathers and son of Laurens; Mr and Mrs C. B. Miller of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Clark Miller and children, Titonka and Mr and Mrs S. C. Mi lens ol Chariton. Mrs Glee Bullock with her mother, Mrs Carrie Larson, were accompanied to Clarion Monday by Mrs Ella Sigabee and Mrs Clifford Waltman where they spent the day with Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson. Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Ball and Harold were Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs K. J. Bait. The V.F.W. Auxiliary Sewing Circle group will meet with Mrs Mayme Schrader Tuesday, Dec. 6. Grand Opening of the Kiniber Variety store held last week resulted in gifts given to Diane Gifford, Lulu Hawcott, Mrs Ray Fitch; Luclla Schenck and Olive Thompson. Mr and Mrs John Miller and children moved Monday to the farm east of town. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller are in Algona where Mrs Miller is caring for her mother who is ill. Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard Sigsbee were among the Thanksgiving Day guests at-the Seib Behrends home near Lone Rock. Thanksgiving weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller were Mr and Mrs S. C. Milens of Chariton. Mrs" Milens is an aunt of Mr Miller and they visited from Wednesday till Monday. I : ' :. Friendly Four Club will meet with Esther Miller Thursday afternoon, Dec. 8. Ella Sigsbee and Lydia Schwietett will Mv« games, ' ' ' Mrs Anna Reimers entertained members of the Friendly Birthday Club at her home Tuesday, Nov. 2V., in observance of her birthday. There were two guests present. James Smiths/ Lakota, Observe 45 Years Wed La kola—Mr and Mrs James .F. Snyth observed their 45th wed" ding anniversary Sunday with open house from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Presbyterian church parlors. The courtesy was pjanned by the daughters-in-law, Mesdames Ver* non and DeVere Smith. Shirley and Janet Smith accompanied by Mrs Vcrnon .Smith sang, and John Smith, brother if James, reminesced on early days. Rev. Harlan Kruse gave a short talk. Mrs Pete Theissen, sister of Mrs Smith and Mrs John Smith poured. James F. Smith and Lena Kicnitz were united in marriage Nov. 29, 1910, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Kienitz. Their attendants, were the bride's sister, Carrie, now Mrs Pete Theissen, and John Smith, both of whom were present Sunday. Shirley and Janet Smith, granddaughters, were in charge of the guest book and gift table. Ninety relatives and friends gathered at the church to offer congratulations. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid. Allen and David of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs John Vodraska and boys of Cherokee visited from Saturday until Monday with their parents, Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska and Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson. Carol Winter, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter, left We have 'em! Original AUTO-LITE Service Pqrts As Advertised in this month's Tarm and Home Section Percival Motors from Mason City last fhursday evpftihf for a free trip to N«lt* ional 4-H -Club Coh^fes^ ift Chicago. She returned Tuesday. Merrit and Ruthie Ploeger of Ledyard visited Friday,afternoon with Mr. and Mrs Wayne Heetland. Merrit \vas spending his Thanksgiving vacation with- his parents. He attends college in Milwaukee. Sunday dinner guests in the C. C. Gerzema home were Mr Gerzema's parents, Mr and . Mrs John Gerzema of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs 'Carlyle Gerzema. Carlyle Gerzema arrived Saturday from Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. for a two week furlough. Frank Lewis, Howard Le\Vis. Mrs Wilson Brack and Roger went to Des Moines for Thanksgiving with Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Hassebrock and family. Mrs Hassebrbck is the former Fern Lewis, daughter of Frank Lewis. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Guy Beemer home were Mr and Mrs Orville Hartwell, Wilfred and Douglas of Albert Lea, Mr and Mrs Robert Beemer am) family and Bill Beemer of Sioux City. At the J. C. Blome home were the Arlowe Blome, Eugene Blome, and Winston Schroeder families and Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford and Tommy of Yank ; ton. S. D., and the Vernon Smith and Elmer Paulsen families were guests of Mr and Mrs Jerry Heet- laftd. * Mrs Burdetle Hoeppner received wofd Sunday of the sudden death of her step-mother, Mrs Brewer at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Elso Jensen attended a belated Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr ana Mrs Allie D'e Neui in Elmore. Mr and Mrs Elmfir Victor oi Iowa City visited Friday and Saturday with their daughter, Mrs Robert Beemer and family, The Rcvbert Beemer family moved Wednesday into their new home at the south edge of town. Mr and Mrs Ttfti Thilges, Craig and Vickie were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Wayne Gardner near Hum bold t. Mr and Mrs Russell Winter and Larry were Thursday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Steiner Ree at Thompson. The Orville Ruby and Wayne Heetland families were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger at Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Russell Rugg of Cedar Falls were guests Saturday at the Vernon Smith home. Sunday visitors in the Lauren Thompson home were Mr and Mrs John Vodraska, Mr and Mrs George Wempen, Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Everett Thompson of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Maynard Koppen, Kathleen and Daniel of Oskaloosa visited from Thursday evening until Sunday at the parental Petef L. Koppen home and &ith Maynard's brothers, Irvm, Leroy and Paul. Peter L. Koppen returned home from the Buffalo Center hospital Friday. He is recovering nicely from recent surgery. Mr and Mrs Ronald Heetland, Gary and Kathy, O. J. Rippon- trop and Joe Rippentrop were Sunday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Brandt of Titonka. Mrs Brandt, granddaughter of O. J. Rippentrop, was observing her birthday. LUVERNE NEWS Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and S6ns entertained at a post Thanksgiving dinner in their home Sunday. Mr and. Mrs Albert Hcfti had as holiday weekend guests their daughters, Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and Robbin of Crystal Lake and Jean Hefli of Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Carl Schipull, Mr and Mrs John Schipull of Goldfield were Sunday evening visitors in the home of tneir brother, ;.1r and Mrs Albert A. Schipull, Mr and Mrs Glen Rinncy and Penny of Minburn were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr and Mr* Earl Manning home. Other dinner guests were their daughter, Mr and Mrs Donald Morriss. Philip and Debts. Mrs Glen Braynard carrto home from hospital in Rochester, Minn. Wednesday after spending three weeks undergoing major surgery there. , George Tiede, Fairmont, Minn, was a holiday visitor with Mr ;md Mrs Lawrence Miller. He attended the funeral of His aunt Mr.i John Ticde. ' Mr and Mrs Howard Willc'aiid children of Rock Island, 111 spent the holiday weekend visiting their parents, Mr and Mra Otto Willo arid Mr and Mrs Julius Studcr in Corwilh, STAMP PADS, ink, ftibbet stamps, daters, eta at the Uppef Des Moines Pub. Cc , office supply checkwrirers, office supplies, at the Upper Des Moines, Algona. Free! 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