The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1950
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6—Algona Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, March 7, 1950 Geneva Hans Is Bride March 5 Of Lakota Man Lakota — Mesdames H. D. Mussman, Hilmer G. Hansen Ray Smith. J. A. Dorenbush. L. A. Nitz, A. C. Klocke, Mary Zoller, Anna Heidecker, V. E. Lester, George Ennen, Louie Miller and Miss Louise Thaves honored Geneva Hans at a pre-nuptial shower at the city hall, Monday, Feb. 27, with between 150 and 200 guests present. A style show was featured for entertainment with Wanda Heetland, Audrey Ruby. Marilvn Meyer, Barbara and Kathy Peterson, Me.sdames Ray Smith, W. D. Ley, Hilmer Hanson, and Jake Peterson acting as models for several wedding gowns, old and new, flapper gowns, a black suit with high-laced, pointed-toed shoes about 50 years old, several dresses from the years of 1900 and a lace dress, cape and other accessories of more than 100 years ago. Little Carmen Cook and Kent Gerzema put on a cute valentine act and song. Margaret Dahlberg announced the show which was much enjoyed. The bride then opened her many lovely gifts, and lunch was served. Geneva was assisted in opening her gifts by Tressa Schaumberg and Mesdames Richard Zierke, Robert Zierke and John Berschman. Mrs. Beschman had charge of the guest book. Geneva Hans and Adolph Poppe Jr., were married at the Lutheran church Sunday, March 5. Honor Past Matrons Hiawatha Chapter 110 of the Order of Eastern Star at Elmore honored their past matrons and patrons of the Chapter and all Master Masons at the hall in Elmore last week Tuesday evening, Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Mussman attended as Mrs. Mussman is a past matron. Beverly Blome Weds Beverly Blome, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Furst, Lakota, was married to Lynn Gordon, son of Mrs. Nellie Gordon of Carpenter, la., Sunday, Feb. 19, at Mason City. They will be at home in Carpenter after March 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Furst gave a farewell party Sunday evening, Feb. 26, in honor of their daughter and her husband. Lakota Luckies Meet Lakota Luckies 4-H girls club met Feb. 20, with Carol and Barbara Winter with nine members and one visitor present. Roll call was answered with new health When to Buy 01 Sell REAL ESTATE The Time, we believe, to buy a farm, a home or business property, is when one really want and needs such a piece of property and when he can find such property to buy, to meet his present and future requirements, and when the prices are within his ability to pay, without undue drag on the family budget. If you want to SELL or BUY; consult any of the following Brokers, who are experienced in handling Real Estate problems and who are members of the Kossuth County Real Estate Board: H. D. Hutchins, Algona Joel M. Herbst, Algona I. E. Wortman, Lakota E. H. Pittman, Algona E. J: Hough, Algona A. J. Bilsborough, S. City A. W. Kennedy, Bancroft Tice Brack, Ledyard J.J.Sherman, Armstrong J. A. Nelson, LuVerne D. D. Monfux, Algona Edw. Capesius, Algona C. W. Nicoulin, Algona A. M. Petersen, Titonka Emmett Knary, LuVerne C. R. LaBarre, Algona Karl G. Ewoldt, L. Rock C. H. Ostwinkle, Algona we are pleased to Announce.. ARNOLD ELBERT • is now associated with KOHLHAAS HARDWARE ARNOLD ELBERT was formerly with the Copper Clad Range Co. of St. Louis, Mo., and also formerly managed a hardware store locally. He is well equipped to be of real assistance to our patrons. Mr. Elbert is married, has seven children, and the family resides at 603 East Oak St., Algona. Kohlhaas Hardware Ed and Pat Cullen hints. Papers were read by three girls, Care of My Room; Juanita Lester; Mitred Corners, Caro Winter; A picture study of th< Sistine Madonna, Virginia Me Kean; a lesson was given on buy ing things for our rooms, by the leader, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht Virginia McKean was given a gift as she moved March 1 to Minnesota. Moves To Ft. Dodge The Percy McDowells moved from the Lewis house id Ft Dodge, March 1; where Mr. McDowell will continue his trucking business. Vance Lesiers Move The Vance Lesters moved from a farm southwest of Lakota to the Lewis house in Lakota, Mar, 1. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Johnson, near Ledyard, moved from the Weaver farm near Ledyard and are storing their household goods for the present and will visit With their children until their plans are more definite. ^ Hear State Leaders Mrs. Jerry Heetland 'accompanied Mrs. C. C. Inmann, Bancroft, to Mason City last week Tuesday to attend a District Farm Bureau meeting in charge of Chairman Ernest Schrogge. Among speakers were State Secretary of Farm Bureau, Kenneth Thatcher of Des M&mes; Fay Meade, State F. B. Fieldman. Weds In Alaslte Announcements are out for the wedding of a former Lakota girl, Beth Hamnquist, who will marry an air force major in Alaska in March. Her mother, Mrs. Richard Hamnquist has gdne from Des Moines to Alaska to make the wedding gown and attend the wedding. The Hamnquists lived in Lakota several years when Mr. Hamnquist was public school principal. Beth has lived in Alaska for several years where she has been a government employee at Anchorage. A New Employee Marilyn Meyer has been employed in C. R. Smith and Co. store to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of the former Geneva Hans who was married Sunday. Geneva has been employed in the store since her graduation from high school in 1948. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman and her mother, Mrs. Nettie Keister, of Elmore, drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday where Harry attended a business meeting. They returned that evening. Lou Thaves returned home a week ago Friday from Des Moines where he spent a week at the Veterans hospital, where he went for a checkup. Adolph Poppe Sr., returned last week Tuesday from the Buffalo Center hospital, where he was taken the previous Saturday,' after he fell from a ladder at his home, cutting a deep gash in his head. Mrs. Rose Rahmstock, who has bepn sick for the past three weeks. is recovering nicely at this time. The A. E. Andersons were last week Sunday visitors at the John Johnsons at Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Herbert Patterson of Buffalo Center visited a few days with her daughter and family, the Percy McDowells, who moved to Ft. Dodge last week Wednesday. A farewell party was given last week at the home Qf Ray Steele by neighbors as he moved to a farm near Elmore, March 1. The August Schaunbergs moved to the F.rl Wirtjes farm vacated by Ray Steele. GUAM AlvQ Ehtington. rural mail carrier of Marshalltown, recently enjoyed a conversation with his son Bernard, now stationed on Guam. The call was made on a combination telephone and short wave radio hookup, through a radio station in Sioux Falls. 2 Seneca Clubs, 4-H And Mixers, Hold Meetings Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmery 4-H club held its February meeting at the Robert Petersen home Wednesday evening, March 1. Seventeen members were present. During ths business meeting, the -group discussed the 4-H county tournament which will -open March 22 at the Grant high school gymnasium. The group voted to send $5.00 to the 4-H state'camp fund. , Following the business meeting Roger Osborn and Robert £peth gave a demonstration on the proper methods of pulling nails. The group then enjoyed the refreshments served by the host's mother. Jerry Crouch will be the March host. Modern Mixers Meet The Seneca Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn Wednesday afternoon, March 1. Mr£. Art Paulson had charge of the entertainment which consisted of various guessing games. Guests included Mrs. Clarence Petersen and two sons and Mrs. Emma Petersen of Ringsted. • Mrs. Alfred Godfredsen will be lostess to the group in April. The entire Seneca boys 4-H club are participating in the ractor maintenance school Held jy the Linde Implement Co. of Swea City in -conjunction witfi he Iowa Extension service. The junior high school basket- jail teams from Haifa played the Seneca teams at Seneca Tuesday evening. The Seneca girls de- 'eated the Haifa girls, 24-8, while ;he Haifa boys downed the Seneca quint, 17-15. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill md Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 'atterson and Mary, and Mr. and Wrs. Otis Opsal were last week r riday evening dinner guests at he Ralph Campbell home. Mrs. Ralph Campbell, Mrs. Oscar Patterson and Mary were ^airmont shoppers last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch are he parents of a baby son born Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Holy Tamily hospital at Estherville. The Lynches now have a family of three sons and one daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benzin lave a new daughter. She was )orn at the Holy Family hospital ;arly last week. The Benzins have hree daughters an5 one son. Mrs. Ralph Campbell and Mr. ind Mrs. Francis Foley accom- janied Mr. and Mrs. Williard Thompson to Mason City last Tuesday where they visited at he W. D. Lattimer home. Mr. •"oley then accompanied Mr. Lattimer to Excelsior Springs, Mo. The latter has not been enjoying the best of health recently. Mr. Foley plans to return home during the weekend. Mrs. Foley is Mr: Lattimer's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell were hosts to the Jolly Jokers club at their home a week ago Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley and family were a week ago Sunday dinner guests at the A. H. Speth home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and family of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests at the Francis Foley home. Mrs. Max Patterson has received word of the birth of a Baby daughter, Brenda Jean, born, on Saturday, Feb. 4, to her brother- 'n-law and sister, Dr. and Mr» H. R. Brown, in Philadelphia They now have a family of three daughters. Mrs. Brown is the former Sally Broadie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Broadie, former residents of LuVerne, now living at Granger, la. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT ITI FLORENCE McGUIRE Daughter of Mr. and Mis. Mark McGuire, Bode, Iowa ALGONA", IOWA March 1 Moves In Sexton Area Moving was going on in Sexton, Friday when the Merlin Baker family moved from the John Jennings house in the west part of town into Algona into a home they have purchased on Church street. The John Jennings family returned to their own home after spending six months With their son, Virgil and family. Mrs. George C. Olsen was a Friday dinner guest at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter, hear Algona. Mrs. Wilford Ward and Joan left Tuesday morning for Colorado where they spent the week at the parental Weir home 1 . Mrs. Nell Opheim visited on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.'Joe Cink. Mrs. George Olsen .visited Friday afternoon at the home of her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Will Nelson, near Algona. Mrs. August Kirschbaum has been ill the past week, and confined to her bed. Mrs. Arch Burger and Mrs. Nell Opheim called Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Deibler, west of town. LuVerne Girls See State Meet LuVerne — Coach Bryce Wickett, Walter Hefti and the Rev. Robart Phillips drove the Lu Verne high school girls' basketball team to Des Moines, Thursday, where they spent the day attending the games of the girls' state tournament in session there. Attending were Marilyn Hefti, Sally Shirk, Joan Hinz, Donna Meyer, Virginia Patterson, Rita Larimer, Lois Schipull, Joan Phillips, Patty Hansen, Nancy Ranius, Irene Wegner. Sandra Stripling, and Nancy Will, manager. " Titonka Couple Home From Trip Titonka — Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French returned home Wednesday after a month's vacation which they spent in New Orleans, La., Miami, St. Petersburg, Key West, and other Florida cities. On the return trip they spent a few days in Chicago with their daughter, Jean, who is employed in the personnel department of the Fair Store, Chicago. RUBBER STAMPS, four das delivery. Algona Upper Des Moin- ss NEW newspaper building, 111 t. Call St.. AlKona. Iowa. 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They had attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kin Fox at San Diego. The three families moved from here last year. tF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT! PLANTATION BALLROOM Friday, March 10 EDDIE SKEETS Sunday, March 12 LYNN KERN Friday, March 17 BABE WAGNER No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:00 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA you should start thinking now... ABOUT- REMODELING THAT KITCHEN! Here at Botsford's you'll find the competent workmanship and the "Know-how" of experience that can turn your kitchen into a new dream-world all your own .... It doesn't take long for the good job we do— and it really doesn't take much money, either. You, as a housewife, will reap the rewards in cleanliness, newness, and all that goes with a beauty of a kitchen ... Contact us soon, won't you? • IN YOUR NEW KITCHEN YOU WILL ENJOY MORE BEAUTY MORE CONVENIENCE ANDMORE LIVE-ABILITY —FHA LOANS CONVE NIENTLY ARRANGED —FREE ESTIMATES BOTSFORD lvm * COMPANY 121 W. State St. Phone 256

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