The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1950
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Bride, Groom At St. Joe Emily Steier, Whittemore, Becomes Bride At Omaha Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kayser, who were married Feb. 8, in St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe. The bride is the formpr'Irma Becker. (Photo by Brown's Studio). |Ole Johannsens, Bancroft Farmers, Wed 58 Years Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johannsen celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary at their home Feb. 14, with friends and neighbors dropping in with their good wishes, and their children also calling on them. Mr. and Mrs. Johannsen have lived on their fai*n west of town for many years. Their daughter, Hilda, is still home with'them. Optn House Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ricker held open house at their home Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6. A mass was held in their honor in St. John's church Sunday morning, and their children were all home for the day, Mr. and Mrs. Frank of New Hampton; John and family of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Holding, Royal, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nemmers and family, and J. C. and famly, who Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harpmer- strom returned after several days' vacation in the south. Mrs. Don SheHington entertained several ladies ot a card party Taesday evening at her homo. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hobson and Marelda Schiltz, Spokane, Wash., spent a few days last weekend with the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Schiltz. Mrs. Hobsoa was Alice Schiltz before her marriage. Hamilton Buys Wesley Hatchery Bancroft — H. G. Hamilton has g irchased the Wesley Chick atchery from Wm. Ryan and his son, Martin, now a student of Whlitemore — Miss Emily Steier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John P. Steier of Whittemore. became the bride of Ladislav Mach, sort of Mr. and Mr*. John I. Mach of Omaha, on Feb. 11 in St. Peter's Catholic church in Omaha, at 8:00 a. m., the Rev. Daniel Sheehan officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was very attractive in an exquisite gown of rich white satin, fashioned with a square neckline, beautifully embroidered with seeded pearls and beads in a paisly mote. The long fitted sleeves were pointed at the wrists. A tight waistline effect was highlighted by large puffs of satin over the hips, accentuating the fullness of the skirt that flowed into a 2V4 yard train. The fingertip veil was fastened to a satin braided band trimmed with seeded pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations. Mrs. George Brodston, a friend of the bride, was matron of honor and wore an aqua taffeta gown. The smooth fitting bodice Was adorned with a shirred bertha collar and sheer marquisette yoke giving an off the shoulder effect. Large hip puffs gave added fullness to the graceful lines of the skirt. Her bouquet was of Johnna Hill roses and aqua carnations. Miss Kathryn Steier, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. She also wore an aqua taffeta gown, identically fashioned to that of the matron of honor. They both wore matching halos. Her bouquet was of yellow roses and aqua carnations. The groom's attendants were John Mach, a brother, and Raymond Menichetti, a friend of the groom. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the groom's parents, and a dinner at the Hotel Paxton for the relatives at noon. After a motor trip through the south, the Mach's will live in Omaha, where Mrch is in business. Former Resident Burled Funeral 'services for Mrs. Sadie 'Lord were held Tuesday afternoon at Cherokee, and burial was in the family lot here on Green View cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Lord were former residents here, operating a restaurant on West Main street. She is survived by two brothers and one sister, Geo. Munch and Susie Engler of Spirit Lake, and Roy Munch of Waterloo. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Munch, who were also Whittemore residents. at West Bend to determine which student* and play will enter the sectional contest at Rolfe. Nick Geelan Passes Nick Geelan, father of James B. Geelan and brother of the late Henry Geelan of here, passed away at his home Wednesday afternoon near Ruthven. Mr. GeeJan was well known in this community. To Mardi Gras Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspan and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade left Tuesday morning for New Orleans, La., where they will attend the Mard Gras. '1'hey will also visit in Miami and Key West, Fla. Mrs. Ernest Meyer of Chicago is visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberry, Mr. and Mrs. William Clayton and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Mason City visited at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck. . Mr. and Mr?. Richard Hansen of Des Moines spent the weekend with Mr. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LOrenz Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson were in Des Moines last week where they attended the Hardware Convention, held from Tuesday until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter, Kay Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and son, Eldon Rae, and Janice Schultz visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and family in Manchester, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family, and Mrs. Fted Struecker, of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker of Aigona were entertained Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker on their 22nd wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and the former's mother, Mrs. Fred Struecker, spent Friday with the latter's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, in Garner. Dinner guests at the Elmer Ostwald home Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson and daughter, Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Broderton and daughter, Leslie Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heinrich. Milk Records Set By D.H.I.A. Corwin Peer of Aigona took top honors during January in records kept by the Dairy Herd Improvement Association when one of his junior four-year-olds produced 101 pounds of butter fat. Two of his senior three-year- olds each produced 95 pounds of butter fat. Dave Smith, Aigona, had the best milk herd average increase with 102 pounds of milk during December and 12.6 pounds of butter fat, and in January this was increased to 1217 pounds of milk and 45.8 pounds of butter fat. Milk production was up over ten times the December figure. Alfred Meyer, Whittemore, with a herd of 15 Holsteins, recorded a herd average of 1058 pounds of milk and 56.7 pounds ot outter fat. The association now has 23 COLLISION A runaway grain elevator collided with an automobile near Clarinda recently. Mrs. Richard Weepie and daughter were driving west when she saw the elevator break' loose from a tow- truck, rolling toward her. She swerved her car but saw a 20- foot embankment, so pulled back into the path of the elevator. It knocked her car over the embankment, anyway. Nobody was hurt. TYPING PAPER. Aigona Uppei Des Moines. phone 1100. lived for many years on a .: east of town and a few years ago moved to town to enjoy the rest of their days. They are both enjoying good health and are able to attend church every Sunday. During the afternoon many of their friends called and wished them many more years of happy married life. They received many cards and gifts for the occasion. Hatten Signs Joe "Lefty" Hatten has signed his contract and will again play with the Brooklyn Dodgers. This will make the fifth year for Joe with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Joe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hatten. He and Mrs. Hatten and daughter are spending the winter in California. To Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy left Sunday for a trip to the Mexican border, Phoenix, Ariz., and to Los Angeles, Cal., where they will visit their son, Ray and family. Mrs. Thos. Larsen and Joan came home from Mt. View, Ark., and will visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutler, and while here, will be employed in the V/elp Hatchery. ing these two hatchery*, has the hatchery at Titonka, which is in charge of another son, John. ART METAL tieel office furniture. The Aigona Upper Des Moines U an authorised dealer for this outstanding line of office equipment. Wins Speech Contest In the speech contest last week at the public school. Jeanne Weinhold won first wiihjs "White . Cliffs" in interpretivflfreadlng, ^ First also went to Marilyn Schmeling in declamation for the humorous "At the Swimming Pool," Eileen Maahs in dramatic, and Marilyn Maahs in oratorical. Of the two one act plays, "It's a small World" took first. The local winners will participate in the preliminary contest is roui? PLOW READY TO GO? Let us chack it over TODAYI SPECIAL SERVICE OFFER! THIS MONTH ONLY Complete plow Inipectton, elt tightening and repainting for only $16" Parti and ImlaflaHon extra Tueiday, February 21, 1950 Aigona Upper DM Mo!nw-7 member herds, with Roy Sarchet of Aigona and Louis Cink of Wesley as new members. Herds in the association produced 282.000 pounds of milk and 11,349 pounds of butter fat. The average is 766 pound* of milk per cow and 30.8 pounds of butter fat. Herb Weydert is the D.H.I.A. supervisor for the south portion of Kossuth. SWEA & EAGLE Mas Tonsilectomy Judy, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt, underwent a tonsilectomy at Esther ville, Friday. Hostesses To Guild Mrs. Joe Preston, Mrs. Maynard Jenson, and Mrs. Roger Linde were hostesses of the Baptist Ladies Guild Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jennie McCrary had charge of Missionary lesgon, and Mrs. Chester Farrington sang a solo. Killed By A Tree Mr. and Mrs. Win. Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Johnson, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Thompson attended funeral services Sunday, Feb. 5 for Jack White, 20. of Esthcrville, who was killed Friday by a falling tree. White was a cousin of Mrs. Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jcngberg and son, Calvin, were Thursday visitors at the Ernie Halverson's, Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Mary Johnson visited Thursday at the home her daughter, Mrs. Arden Jongberg. In the afternoon they drove to Faira- mont, Minn., to visit a sistnr of Mrs. Johnson, who is in a Fairmont hospital. Forty-eight guns, one for ench stnte, constitutes a national salute. Here arc (be points on your plow that we will check with yon: MOLDBOARD PlOWS-Beami and Braces • Shares and Bottoms • Colters and Jointer. • Levers and Quadrants • Linkage • Lifting Springs • Wheel*. Axles and dutch. DISK WOWS-Steering Rods • M«io Frame and Beam* •Bearings « DUk Blades • Scrapers • Axles and Axle Brackets •' Whee^ and Clutch . Adjusting Cranks and Gears • Levers and Quadrants • Lifting Springs • Lubrication Fittings. Per Star performance in the Field, Get IH 4-Star Service In Our Shop Aigona Implement Co. Commerical St. Phone 52 SAYS: °vm COST F«T FINISH %u*±^JL^44^^~ SWEET LUMPS Meieiwiic* Soft r»Uenlnt «»ttle, dairy cows. ••««» ... all crave thei« *w«et tWtlof, *Q(t p«IUt«. M»k« '«ra t»t more 19 (tilt fMUJ; #*!>?* • *r* Your cturie* »l }*% «f • M* P r «- Uln «w«»t l,uo»p». try «»«« la t*tay. SARGENT 4 CO. Algenci Or At Yew Sargent SEHSATIO SALE! BUY ONE ROLL OF ANY WALLPAPER IN OUR STOCK AND RECEIVE A ROLL OF CEILING PAPER FOR 1c! 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