The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1950
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6-Algono Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 7, 1950 Bancroft Girl Is Bride At Rockford, III. Bancroft — At 10 o'clock, Feb. 18, Shirley Nemmers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nemmers, became the bride of Frank Bauer of Rockford. 111. The ceremony was performed in St. Mary's Catholic church, Rockford, 111., with Rev. Grady performing the ceremony. The bride and groom are both employed at Rockford. THb bride was attended by her sister, Delea Nemmcrs. The groom's attendant was Frank En- gelbrath of Rockford. On Sunday, a reception was held for their relatives and friends at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Paul Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer will make their home at Rockford. Relatives from here at the ceremony were the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nemmers, and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Grayton and family. Mrs. N. J. Nemmers remained at Rockford for a week's visit with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer brought her to her home here Sunday and spent a few days with relatives. | W.C.O.F. To Elect March 9, the W.C.O.F. will hold its March meeting at the C.O.F. hall with election of officers. Africa. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peterson entertained the choir and prayer meeting at their farm home. A. W. Schiltz and daughter, Marilda, and Mrs. V. J. Lattimer spent Monday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nurre are the parents of a son born Saturday. Alfred Barslau returned Monday after a two-month vacation: in Arixona, Texas and Denver. The Busy Bee 4-H club held a bake sale Saturday afternoon at the Coffee Shop. The proceeds will finance a girl's trip to the club camp this summer. Mr. and Mrs. McClane and Patty left Tuesday evening for Des Moines where they will visit relatives and look after business matters. Dean Joseph is the name of the new son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blocksr are the parents of a son born Tuesday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Geo. Miller received word of a new daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. James Meade. Mrs. Meade is the former Irma Miller. Shirley Kennedy, student nurse at Rochester, came Sunday for several days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy. A. J. Berens left for a two- Baptist Ladies Guild The Baptist Ladies Guild met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Hanson with Mrs. R. E. Weber assisting hostess. The ladies did white cross work and made plans to send a box to ' Des Moines, phone 1100. week business trip to Chicago. Dr. T. J. Egan returned Saturday after a two-week refresher surgery course in Chicago. Purchases Home Whiltemore — In a deal made recently, Milton Espe bought the late Frank Balgeman home on the south side, and Raymond Kollasch purchased the Milton Espo residence in Highlawn addition. Both parties moved to their new homes Feb. 22. Busch-Larsen Nuptials Irene Marie Busch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Busch of Bancroft .became the bride of Marlin R. Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel M. Larsen, of Algona. The couple was married Feb. 5 at the Congregational church in Algona by the Rev. Hallauer in a single ceremony. Bridesmaid was Lillian Tweedt and the best man was Irwin Busch. A reception for the immediate family followed the ceremony at the groom's home. (Russell Studio Photo). TYPING PAPER. Algona Uppei PIONEER This year, it's more important than ever to wake every corn acre count That's why more fanners have ordered Pioneer seed corn this year than ever before. See your Pioneer Salesman now. C. L. BAILEY, Algona JOHN BORMAN, Bode R. I. MAWDSLEY, Algona A AD/"Mil CTriiccx/ i \.i i»ci«ri, jt-ny jeubt-ji, D average, AARON STEUSSY, LuVeme Denn is Priebe, Bonnie Black, Lone Rock Nets $75 On Tuesday Algona, Bancroft Lone Rock — The Lone Rock community thoroughly enjoyed a wonderful evening Tuesday at a music night given by the Lone Rock band and their mothers. The band opened the evening wijth several selections, followed by a clarinet quartet, Janet Kruger, Marjorie Houck, Janet Newbrough, and French horn Barbara solo by Quinn: Delores Schmidt; saxophone quartet, Dean Culbertson, Dennis Priebe, Elnora Schadendorf, and Dale Schroeder; cornet duet, Michael McGovern and Joe Culbertson; cornet quartet, Dick Jensen, James Marlow, Fritz Newbrough, and John Cotton; clarinet quartet, Carol Thompson, Dolores Marlow. Delilah Marlow, and Patsy Marlow; baritone-trombone trio, Leon Marlow, Marlene Anderson, and Jerry Jensen; trombone auartet, David Johnson, Janice Bierstedt, Marilyn Bollinger, and Kern Marlow, bell lyre solo by Shirley Mitchell. Kay Hamlin then gave a fine exhibition of baton twirling with a surprise feature direct from Hollywood ending the program part. The evening ended very successfully with the Band Mothers serving coffee and doughnuts. The total amount of money made that evening to be used for payment of the new band uniforms, which made their first appearance that evening, was $75.20. Lone Rock Honor Boll The following is the honor roll for Lone Rock public schools for the fourth six weeks: Straight A students, Carol Thompson, Dick Jensen, Leon Msrlow, Marjorie Houck; majority A and rest B, Patsy Marlow, Betty Shaser, Dean Culbertson, Shirley Baker, Madonna Marlow, Judy Newbrough, Sharon Gardner, John Cotton, Janet Newbrough, Doris Rath, Joe Culbertson, Virginia Marlow, Verna Schmidt, Wanda Wetzel, Jerry Jensen; B average, Barbara Quinn, Rodney Priebe, Janice Bierstedt, Jerry Ward, Mary Ann Dittmer, Sandra Marlow; First and Second Grade Honor Roll, Jerry Newbrough, Edward Schmidt, Gary Schultz, James McGovern, Marlys Radig, Sandra Schadendorf, David Weber, James Jensen, Donna Knoll, Susan Montgomery, Gail Pettit, Jeanette Hanna, Barbara Marlow, Auxiliary Meeting, Parly The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall on March 1, 1950, with the following hostesses serving: Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Merton Larson, Mrs. B. L. O'Donnell, and Mrs. E. M. Jensen. The meeting was called to order by the president. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Motion was moved and seconded to have the April Auxiliary meeting in the evening instead of the afternoon. A motion was made and seconded to send $5 to the Red Cross. A "500" card party was held at the Legion Hall Thursday sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. There were seven tables of guests there. Prizes went to Jim Long for high for men, Roger Jensen low for men, Mrs. Roy Bierle high for women, Mrs. Jim Long low for women and Arnold Groskreutz winning door prize. See State Tourney Mrs. L. A. Newbrough and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard and Janell Newbrough, Frank Geyer, Helen Jensen, Dolores Marlow, Rita Hurlburt, Verdabell Behrends, Delilah Marlow, Kay Hamlin. . Carol Thompson, Norma Bierle, and Patsy Marlow and Don Jensen all attended the Girls State Basketball tournament at Des Moines this weekend. Mrs. Newbrough and Janell and Mrs. Blanchard are visiting the Howard Blanchard and Albert Thompson homes there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geyer and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, the latter of Fenton, are attending the Ice Follies at Minneapolis, Minn., this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ohm attended the silver wedding anniversary in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benson of Ringsted at the St. John's assembly hall east of Ringsted, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson Host to busy shoppers... when footsteps lag/ refresh at the familiar red cool*" Ask for it either way ,.. both traJe-markt mean the samt thini. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHOBITV OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IV MINERAL SPRINGS BOTTLING COMPANY-HUMBOLDT, IOWA O l«0, Il» Ceca-Col* Company and family spent Thursday evening at the parental A. H. Hutchinson home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family spent Monday evening at the Gerald Sprong home at Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Wichtendahl entertained at a ."500" card party at their home Tuesday evening. There were four tables of guests present. Prizes were won by Harold Colwell high for men, Raymond Kading low for men, Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes high for women, Mrs. Victor Faulstick low for women, and Mrs. Marie Colwell and Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes winning travel prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer helped Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel move to Amboy, Minn.; Wednesday. Joann and Jayne Dreyer spent the day with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Tieman, at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Madsen spent Friday, evening helping her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald, celebrate their 59th wedding anniversary at Whittemore. Mrs. Glenn Householder and Mrs. Geo. Pdttit tooki Dennis Howe home to the home of his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Howe, at Emmetsburg, Tuesday. Delmar Angus, Bob and Joyce, of Burt, spent Thursday evening visiting the R. T. Angus home. Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt of Algona, Ivan Schmidt and Melvin Baas of Algona were Tuesday evening supper and evening guests at the Ray Wessell home in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Donald Nelson and children of Rockford are spending this week at the parental Emil Person home. Mrs. Frank Flalg and Mrs. Emil Kraft attended a Red Cross meeting at Algona, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman attended the wedding of her cousin, Cora Sorenson, at the St. John church near Ringsted, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Champion and children of Algona were Thursday evening supper guests at the Harvey Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath and family and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and family of Fenton spent the evening there. St. Benedict Folks At A LuVerne Farewell Party Si. Benedict — Many friends from this vicinity attended the farewell party for the Niclc Eischens held at Lu Verne Sunday evening. They moved near Hobarton March 1. • Mrs. John Schmitz of Halbur and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malloy, Tommy and Susanne, of West Side. la., were Thursday visitors at the J. O. Downs and John Raskopf homes. Mr. Malloy is a producer and distributor of a hybrid seed corn, and while he went to Bancroft and Swea City to transact business, the ladies remained here. Mrs. John Raskopf and Mrs. J. O. Downs visited Mrs. Thersa Hammer at the Merntt Rest Home in Algona last Monday. The Hammers formerly lived in this vicinity; Mr. and Mrs.. Vernon Daley and children have moved .to the John McGuire farm nea'r Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, Darrell, and Nancy were Saturday shoppers in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson drove to Dows Sunday and .spent the day with the letter's mother, Mrs. Mary Sehenfelder. It was the occasion celebrating Mr?. Erickson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson attended the Rural Teacher-director banquet at the St. Cecelia Academy hall in Algona Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olsen and children of Mason City called at the Fred Erickson home Sunday and visited with Eugene Erickson. They recently returned from a trip to Utah. Mrs. Mary Studer was brought home Wednesday and is being" cared for by her daughter, Mrs. Dorr. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Young- NERVOUS STOMACH ALtlUIN nltarc* distnttb* •jrmptomi of "nerroui •tom»ch"—heavineu after mcali, belching, Wonting and eollc due to RU. AtUllItntubMBtcIcnUflcally tortcd bydocton nd found highly effectire. World f *ri<roi-mow than «iS billion aold to data. ALLIMIN Garlic Ta I. A. TIGGES, DRUGS 5 East State St. Algona, Iowa wirth, with Robert Simons and Jean Penton, spent Saturday in Des Moines. ART METAL Heel office furniture. The Algona Upper Des Moines ic an authorised dealer for this outstanding line of office equipment. 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