The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1956 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 20, 1956
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4-Algona He.) Upper DM Mo!n« Tuesday, November 20, 1956 Chris Brandts, Titonka, Have 45th Anniversary Golden Wedding riov, 2$, For A Bancroft Couple Titonka — Mr nnd Mrs Chris Brandt of Titonka celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary by entertaining their children nnd grandfhildron at a dinner held at the Johnson House ii: Algon;i, Thursday evening, Nov. 15. Their children, Mrs Mario Bart lot. nnd husband Harry and children Merlin and wife Darlono, Keith, Wayne, Lloyd, Dale ano Glenn; Hurley Brandt and wife, Elidn and children Ardith, Margaret Ellen, Dorothy, Robert and Bonnie: Edward Brandt and wife. Bitty and children, Sarabeth, John and Brenda; Clarence and wife, Lois nnd Rev. and Mrs B. H. Schwerin were all present for the occasion. Mr and Mrs Brandt were married at the home of Mrs Brandt's parents, Mr and Mrs Boyd Farm- kuk. Nov. 15, 1911. by Rev. G. .Haken. They have spent all their married life on a farm near Titonka until 1948 where they retired nnci moved to town. They .have four children, all living on ' farms near Titonka. The table was decorated with fall colors centered with a beautiful wedding cake. The couple was presented a beautiful corsage by tne children nnd families. The program was planned by the children and grandchildren with music, and Rev Schwerin read scripture and prayer and gave a short talk. The festivities of the evening were brought to a close when the couple was presented a large bouquet oi white Chrvsantheniums. 83rd Birthday Mrs Ben H. Meyer of Titonka celebrated her 83rd birthday Wednesday evening Nov. 14 by having her children present to celebrate. They are Dick and family of Algona, Wesley and family of Elmore, Minn., Hurt and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs John S. Rippentrop and family of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Harm Kettwick. Mrs Ollie Bruns and Mrs Raymond Baacle and son also attended. Birthday cake was brought in by •the family as well as the lunch Football Banquet A banquet honoring the Titonka football players was prepared by the mothers and served by the Home Economics class Monday evening, Nov. 12. Mothers, fathers, Coaches Ophiem and Rood, Supt Truesdell and Principal Thiesse and Rev. Schwerin and their wives and also the honorecs were present. Guest speaker was Andy Butts of Rodman and Supt Truesdall was master of ceremonies. Decorations were gold football posts and miniature football players and footballs. Band instructor Phillip Faaborg and other members furnished the music. Mr nnd Mrs Delbert Rusher of Vincent, Mr George Rusher of Des Moines and Rev. G. McDonald of Fort Dodge were pheasant hunters Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Vunllove. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga of Rockford. 111. spent the weekend at the parental, Amos Krominga nnd Bernard Phelps homes. Mr and Mrs Don Farris and son Donald of Ames were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Farris' parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Orthel. Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs John Quinn of Woden were visitors. Mr and Mrs Bob Davis and baby of Lehigh were weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Girard and Gtn'l, Mr and Mrs Eddie Scott anct son Daniel of Harrington, Kan., and Hollis Scott of Elkhart were weekend visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Dale Higgins. They also got in a little pheasant hunting. Mrs Martin Brandt underweiv major surgery Monday at , tlu Buffalo Center hospital. Debbie Sachau, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Sachau, celebrated her first birthday Saturday, Nov. 10. Mr and Mrs Wm L Rode, her sponsors, wore oyster supper guests and evening cullers were Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann, Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family and Mr and Mrs Sonus Ise- brnd. Sunday callers wore and Mrs Wtllard Charleston Forest City and Mr and Mrs J Intermill and family. Mr Whittemore Is Winner, Loser Whitteniure's girLs won, 37-34 and Cylinder took the boys game. 52-40."at WhiUemore, Nov. 13. Uonna Wood led a second-hall surge that t;ave the home girls their victory its she pumped in 2tf point* Cylinder swept intu a 13-£ lead in the first period, ran the count to 22-15 at the half, but couldn't hold on a* Coach Gordon Jensun's sextet came roaring back W take a 32-28 three- quarter lead Freeman topped Cylinder with 18 poiius 'The first half of the b,.>ys game was cozy. Whitlenv.'re forged a U-12 lead in the first period only to see Cylinder come back and take u 22-19 haUuine edge. The winners put the game out of jeuch in the third stanza, -it-27. and won handily, despite a. 2-1 point outburst by Whittemore's Paul Lauek. who was also sharp on rvbounds MexT led Cylindei w.*h 38 point> '"RUBBER TYPE LETTER AND KOTABY SJEALS ma<ie to i>rder at Upper Des Mo'uies Pub. HOO, A Bancroft—Mr and Mrs John W. Sfhiltz will observe their golden wedding anniversary, Nov. 25. The day will start with Mass at 3:30 in St. John's church. Dinner will be served at noon for family nnd relatives. A reception will be held in the St. John's Hall from 2 until 5. No invitations are being sent for the reception just open house for friends and relatives. Two New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Raymond Goche are the parents of a daughter born Monday, Nov. 12 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Charles are the proud parents of a ter born Sunday, Nov. 4 Ann hospital in Algona. Ingalls daugh- at St. Wins Essay Contest David Welp, junior at St. John's received word recently that he is the .Kossuth County winner of the Iowa Good Road's essay contest, David received a pen and pencil set as a prize for his essay. Mr and Mrs Richard Chipman attended the funeral of Mr Chip- mnn'a uncle, C. B. Chipman of Hurt. Services were held at the Burl Methodist Church and the Garry Funeral home was in charge. Mrs Richard Menkc, Mrs Lawrence Bergman, Mrs Cletus Dorr, Mrs Clarence McGuire, Mrs Roy McGuire, Mrs George Doocy and Mrs William Doocy attended the miscellaneous shower for their niece Shirley Doocy of Ledyard. Shirley will be married December 22 in Sacred Heart Church at Ledyard. Missionary Service A missionary service consisting of musical numbers and testimonials will be held Wednesday, Nov 21, at 7:45 p.m. at the Open Bible church here. Rev. and Mrs John Heck will conduct the revival. They are sailing from Seattle for Japan,So January to serve Un- church. Portland Twp. Club Meeting Portland — The Portland Progress Club met at the: home of Mrs A. L. Kasmussen with Mrs Ella Mover, Mrs Herb Weydcrt and Mrs Howard Sparks, assistant hostesses. Roll call was answered by about 17 members, Mrs Lloyt Uartlctt is a new member, Mrs Robert Collett was a guest. Mrs David Bolio gave a talk on retarded, children and Mrs S. R. Parson and Mrs Ben Lampe had the lesson. A pot luck supper and Christ- mns party was planned for Thursday evening, December 13 at 0:30 at the Portland Community Hall. At the close of tin meeting a delicious lunch was served bv the hostesses. Zaugg Sisters Cresco 4-H Hosts Cresco Chums met Nov. 5 at the home of Cathleen and Karen Zaugg. The meeting was call ed to order by the president, Deloros Eisenbarth. Leaders were Mrs Chamberlain and Mrs Gerber. The club drew names for Christmas. Demonstrations were given by Madonna Gisch and Jeanne Friederes and Alice Patterson. Eunice Gade showed the members how to tie 4-H ties, Mrs Zaugg served a delicious lunch. TYPING PAPER, 500 SH1GTS 8%' : x 11, only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. 7t£n "The Wildest Trader In Town" IS AT IT AGAIN ! PRICES SLASHED Beyond Belief On New Westinghouse TV WED., NOV. 21sl Rock n' Roll Teenage Party KEITH KILLINGER And Orchestra Bob Lutz Your M.C. 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