The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1956
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Wayne Johnson Of Livermore Weds Feb. I Livetmofe — Wayne Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Culvert Johnson of Livermoie, was united in marriage to Betty Samuels, daughter of Mrs Peter Simonsen and the late Peter Simonsen of Humboklt in the First Lutheran Church in Humboldt Friday, Feb. 3, by the Rev. Wesley Andersen. Mrs Vernon Nyby was the bridesmaid. Gary Hint/,, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man Ted Simonsen was usher. Mrs Everett Andersen of Livermore was organist. A reception was held for fifty relatives" at the home of the bride's mother following the ceremony. Mrs Ted Simonsen cut the wedding cake and Mrs Harry Simonsen poured. Mrs Jens Simonsen was in charge of the gift table. The bride is a rural school teacher. The bridegroom is employed in Fort Dodge. They will make their home in Humboldt. There was a family gathering last week Sunday at the John Seger home in honor of their 44th wedding anniversary. Rex Cottington of Council Bluffs was an overnight visitor Monday night with his father-in- law and mother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ernest Logue. Mr and Mrs Orin Beardsley of Iowa City spent the weekend here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley, his sister, Kathy, who was homo from Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Francis Murphy who spent a week attending a cattle convention in Texas have returned home. Mr and Mrs Nick Klein received word^thal their son, Edwin Klein, who is stationed in Germany has been promoted to Specialist third class. Eciwm is a motor mechanic. Mr and Mrs Herman Larson accompanied Mr and Mrs Glen Williams of Des Moines to Gract- tinger where they went to attend the funeral services of Mrs Roy Young. Mrs Young passed away Wednesday at an Iowa City hospital. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker were supper guests Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Kramer in Algona. Oscar and Ida Riley of Wost Bend visited Saturday at the home of his nephew, Ray Salmon. Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker und Daryl and Janine attended t.i? Moral ••! ..'!(•••> ol iv '-;•; ter at the Methodist Church in Fort Dodge Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Louis Bchounek received word of the birth of an eight pound ten ounce baby girl to Mr and Mrs Roger Uhlcnhake of Charter Oak at a Deniaon hospital. The Uhlenhakes now have three daughters and two sons. Mrs TJii'enhake is the former Jean Behounek. Francis Berte, who came home from Okinawa, his mother, Mrs Anna Berte and his sister, Agnesr were supper guests Monday evening at the Altman home. Mr and Mrs Robert Wonderley and Carol and Jeanne Reding went to Des Moines Sunday where they attended the sprinp. fashion show at the Fort Do.- Moines Hotel. Mr and Mrs Norman Scott accompanied Mr and Mrs Robert Scott of Algona to Storm Lake- Saturday where they spent Sunday at the home of their son, Gordon Scott and family. Guests Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Clifford Baker in honor of her birthday were Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona; Mrs Joe Melavin of Humboldt; Mi's John Altman of Trvington and Mrs Frank Cox. Mr and Mrs Ray McCoy, who spent two months in Florida and other points, have returned home. Carol Wagner, who is taking nurse's training at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend here .with her parents, IVJr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and family were Friday evening dinner guests of his mother, Mrs John Becker, in St. Joe. His nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Richard Becker of Alabama, were also guests at the Mrs Becker home. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Vernon Opheim home at Bode. Donald Larson left Monday evening for Minneapolis, Minn. From there he took a plane Tuesday for Washington, D. C. where he will visit his three sisters and a brother-in-law. Marvin Zeimet, who is stationed in San Diego, Calif, is spending a furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet. Everett Raney is confined to his home suffering from a stroke that occurred Wednesday, Dinner guests Wednesday evening at the Mrs Anna Berte home in honor of Francis Berte, who is home on a leave were Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and family of near LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Cletus Streit of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs Alvin Berte and family of Livermore and Joe Freilinger. day. Mrs Willadsen and Sandra went to Inwood on Wednesday to attend the funeral of her aunt. The W.S.G.S. served the Community Club supper at the church oh Thursday evening. Mrs Marie Halvorson entertained the G.O.F. Birthday club at her home Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs N. A. Pingel's birthday. The afternoon was spent visiting and the guest of honor .vas given many nice gifts. The grouse is known for its drumming sound caused by beat- ng of: its wings against its body. Sweo-Harrison 4-H Club Met Swea Ciiy — The February meeting of the Swea-Harrison 4-H club was held Monday evening, the sixth, at the home of Bill Lawrence, with the Kaltved brothers assisting. At the close of the business meeting awards were presented to Dee Ann Swanson, Betty Clark and Duane Jensen. Bill Lawrence talked on "Physique"; Ronnie Li/ide and Maurice Anderson gave demons- trations as did Kenny Schmirk- ing. Bob Wiskus re-purled on tl\c recreation party at Burl and lunch was served by Mrs Kaltved and Mrs Beck. LuVerne Soldier In Tank Unit Fort Benning, Ga. Army M/Sgt. Gordon J. Ditnler, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph W. Dimler, LuVerne, recently was assigned to the 3d Infantry Division's 3d Tank Battalion at Fort Benning, Tuesday, February 14, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 Gn. Dimler, whose wife. Joy, is now living in Columbus, Ga.. is a company first sergeant. Amon;; his 1 * decorations are the Bronze Star Medal, the Combat Infantryman Badge and the World War II Victory Medals. In the Army for more than 14 years, the sergeant served witli the 3d Division's 10th Field. Artillery Battalion before his present assignment. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Wool Growers Meet Howard B. Socly of Algona, fi director of the- Iowa Shpr-p and 1 Wool Growers Cooperative, will' attend the Annual meeting of the Co-op at the Kirkwoorl Hotel in Des Moiiv.'s on Feb. 25. The Association has over 4500 member? and handled more than 1.650,000 Ibs. of wool in 1955. The first Prohibition law in the V. S. was invoked in Kansas in 1880. Correction The featured seltin§ Kay Whitney eottefi dres*«* in the advertisement of G>ahanV* Dept. Store last week ihould have read $5.98 - instead of $5.88. LEDYARD NEWS Attend Nephews Funeral Mr and Mrs S. L. Powers returned early this we"ek from Buffalo, N.Y., where they atlended the funeral of their nephew, Michael Powers. He was the eldesl son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Powers of Buffalo. He was 20 years old and had served 2Vfe years in the Marines and died in the Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Virginia of a recurrence of a suborchanoid hemmorrhage. Mr and Mrs S. P. Powers and Mr and Mrs S. L. Powers went to Buffalo by plane. Michael had spent several summers here visiting. He is survived by his parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Powers, three brothers and two sisters, his paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs S. P. Powers and his maternal grandmother of "Buffalo. Friday evening, Feb. 17, Ledyard boys first and second teams will play the two boys teams from ' Plymouth. The Plymouth teams are coached by Lowell Thomson, a former Ledyard coach. John Hartshorn was in Webster City last Wednesday to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs Edith Kramer. Mrs Kramer has been ill for some time but death came as the result of a heart attack which she suffered last Sun- L. S. BOHANNON You should have seen our television picture dance when the wind blew down the aerial. You should have seen our neighbor dance when he saw our TV aerial slicking thru Ihe lop of his car! Will our Personal Liabllily insurance pay the $280 damages to his car? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. ow interest rate Iways dependable 0 fees or commissions ividends reduced interest rott i est possible service nnual stockholders meeting! 1 otionwide farmer cooperative nown for fairness to members ong term wned by farmers and ranchw gricukural loans sine* 1917 ormal income basis for repayment ee your National Farm loan Association today for d 4%, loan on your land. Eugene H, Hulchins Secretary-Treasurer 110 South Dodge St. Algona, Iowa FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM LOANS in Kossuth County National Future Fanners of America Week FEBRUARY 18 TO 26 We Salute the Algona Chapter FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA • THE 57 FINE YOUNG FELLOWS PICTURED HERE « SITTING, FRONT ROW - David Seller, Sentinel; Jerry Ferstl, Secretary, Richard Rochleau, Vice President; Harold Bjustrom, President; G. W. Sefrit, Advisor. SECOND ROW, left to right — Roger Rochleau, Donald Hansen, Robert Arend, Arnold Braun, Alan Walker, Jim Moxley, Jim Kain, Terry Strucker, Mike Seller, Francis Bjustrom, Paul Opheim, Dean Benschoter, Larry Scheppman. THIRD ROW, left to right - Richard-Olsen, Larry St. John, Dennis Schoby, Albert Fosnaugh, David Erickson, Gordon Braun, Gary Jennings, Daniel Skow, Vernon Reisner, Bill Rich, Lloyd Broesder, Daryl Arend. ALLIS-CHALMERS South Hotel Algona FOURTH ROW, left to right — James Adreon, Edward Berninghaus, David Johnson, Carl Brown, Roger Keith, Gary Bernau, Donald Hum, Robert Pingel, Robert Schmitt, Duane Kueck, Victor Seely, Ronald Wyatt, Robert Von Bank. We at Bradley Bros, deem il an honor to pay this tribute to our community's 1956 Future Farmers of America — 57 strong, and Ihe largest group in the history of the Algona Chapter. II is fitting that recognition be given these young men who are preparing for careers in farming, and are preparing themselves now by hard work and solid achievement as Future Farmers of America. We also salute the outstanding work of their advisor, G. W. Sefrit, who has over the years supplied invaluable guidance to FFA boys. The young men pictured above will be among the successful farmers of tomorrow! MASSEY-HARRIS GMC TRUCKS DE LAVAL • GEHL SERVING THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMER Algona, Iowa

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