The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 6, 1948
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<*jU-' I W P,&i5*' T i'ifry'"t % 'Jv.,t';v"' v i ,<*'! > « *'N' * / •" >' •?' t* ,' "t^ mA "kv- T, ^ ; "JV'!,:<, * •• v,. •, " • • «/••'»> / fct,?/^ ,.. /, !,".- '. -, ^ , / , - , • , r«i f "A" . , " ' * ' i • ' , fw, . ( t ' I 4ll <«. ' 1 < . «,, \ . f '£n|,i ? ^i- , •*'v_j^t «. .,•'*' »'*'' •"• i • * , T -ff#0ra Couple United In ftlpVl*»<. •'-.' s >-; \ i r ; ' ! »'' !.*%'< — ' rfe .jgtfemony',H® IdOn G chui-ch Was the - j~~vty candle 1 light T.Uesdfey SVenifig> D6d. Mai-veilft, Johnson ahd JeehKetiwere'United ih „- ' ReV. E. F< Nuss per-- the double ring ceremony* •Beenken is a daughter of i aiid Mrs, Ralph Johnson, and '. Bfeeh-ken ti & s6ft of Mr. and • ; jvart, Warher Beenken. CW; x "iS"^ 1 ?,^^' 6 Attended by , .Mrs, Arthur Wirtfes, sfatet bf the . VjOndSj and Orvllle Beenken 'V,brother of the grdom, u Gilber j, Beenken sattg "Because" ahd Wl u£ **f or & s pl ' a yer" accompanied I by,Miss Norma Logeman at the { ( piano. The ushers wore Leonart •^Beenken and Merritt Ploegef. . 'The'bride was attired in \vhite t'^lFrft with a finger tip veil, and f cafreid an arm ^bouquet of red Jroses, She wore a necklace of •"fgfearls, a gift,of the grbom. The matron of honor wore a blue mar- «)1kC|Uisette gown and carried a bou- \Uet of mixed-flowers. The bride's "i&ther wbre a medium blue accessories .ler^wore a , »ri— ^MC gown with black HO refssorles,' and both ladies wore a , corsage of roses and mums, <•«*"' ^ After the Services in the church, turecdption Was held in the church Abasement for about 80 guests. The , bride's table Was attractively doc- l omed in blue and white, with ^•Wedding bells and\ a three-tier Wedding cake. Waitresses includ- -i-ed Mrs/ John Brandt. Mrs. Arthur [ Ruhksmeier, Mrs, Wm. Fenema, v^taMiss Norma 'Logeman) Eunice v fDontje, Pearl,Beenken and Ruth •I Jphnson. ^Vr'-jThe young couple will live in ; mis neighborhood, having rented 5,'^the Ralph Johnson farm. -. , .Home From Hociiesier 1 s '' Chris Gelhaus drove to Rochester Tuesday and brought Mrs. s<tJ;. H. Welfare and her daughter Mrs. Eldon Bannicksen home. ,,^Mrs. Welfare had undergone a ' "major operation there two weeks before. Mrs. Welfare will remain v'lhere with her sister Mrs. Gelhaus fbr a week or tWo before 'return- Tuegday at the (Mrs, Alice Garry home{ being .here to attend .the w-eaairtf, of Thbrfias Garry.) ; Sgt; and Mrs. Thomas' Wjrry left toft Saturday for Denver.: Colo? where they will make their home Thomas is sergeant in the* I ah corps at Lowry Field, "' ' The Methodist Women's Society will -meet Thursday afternoon Jan. 8 at the church for their annual business meeting. There is Mb hostess but a committee 1 will serve coffee 1 , > v A.Singspiration will be tfeld at the Methodist church JariuarjHl at 8 p. m. T>vo religious films will be shown and many special numbers will be enjoyed. Mrs. Fred Dutton came home from the Buffalo Center hospital on Tuesday, />•"&•, The Women's Guild of 'the'.Ev. & R6f. church will meet ort-Ttturs- day, Jan, 8, one week later, than the usual drfte. The hostesses are Mrs. Fred Selberg and Mrs, Henry Selbei-g. ' " • " '- • Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Beenken and son David are spending a week at the Warner {Beeriken home. They, also visited at the home of Mrs. Beenken's parents at Mason City. ' , Rev-, and Mrs. Edw, NusjStWere Sunday dinner guests at the" ftome of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Junkermeier at Burt. Neoma was home" for a two weeks vacation . from* her teaching duties at OskalooSaj ahc' Alma was home over thfe -week end from Estherville. •-•+••. M ti LX.JI. \ji vvv \J tJt.J-WJ. C JL CbU ,,4ing to her home in Ringsted. j ,H Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lutter J ^ ffintertained a group of friends New Year's eVe'at & tiai-d party. '>. >t;> Jerry Kellirig sp'ent several days over Christmas visiting his • v i$mother and "other relatives at 'Renwick. ' . ' t , , . / Mr, and Mrs. : W. E. Wiemer 11 fdrove to Redding Tuesday ,and Visited >Mi-s. Wiemer's parents Mr. and Mrs. >E. E. Williams. They returned Wednesday. ,; Mr. 1 and Mrs. Kenneth Busch and childt;en went to Hudson Friday to visit Mrs. BusCh's sister 'ahd x iamily,' l -the George Lo'onans. lr.,Busch returned Sunday. Mrs. >usch and children remained for [logge^M^^.-U^r^f' • '' A >, Mi v' afidtfcs-JrFloyU.*Shell en-' y4ertamed the' school faculty*Wed- 'nesday evening at a'New-Year's "< party. /^ ,,' v , I'Mr. and Mrs: George Thompson A Attended'a'family gathering at 7f thc home pf'Lottie and Janette ' Mason m.LuVerne on New Year's *> 'day. • t 3-Mr. and Mrs. Kaymond Walsh V T ! and .daughters Marlene and Pat, > Mrs. Earl Stanton ,of Rochester; •»rMr. and Mrs'. Dean Anderson and ; ^Mary of Fairmpnt, and Mrs. Paul > ^ Garry of Bancroft were guests Seneca Teachers Hosts At Dinner Seneca: The members of the Seneca school faculty who live it the Seneca Teacherage were losts to their do-workers at dinner Wednesday evening, Dec. 24. In addition to the faculty other quests; included Mrs, James Arbogast, Mrs. John Welzler, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod, Les Ander- 'son and Jim Bill Arbogast. :Christmas .gifts-were exchanged with' little J'immie Bill being master of ceremonies, i Most of the faculty whose homes are out of the vicinity are spending their holiday season at their respective homes. The James Arbogasts drove to Centerville, Thomas Curtis to Letts, Marianrie Schrietmiiller at Kiester, Minn., Miss Haltom at Larnoni, Mrs.-Anderson' at Swea City and Mrs. Raleigh at Estherville. „ „ , The Seneca school opened again on Monday, Dec. 29. Soldier Held In ... Fatal Accident Fenton Woman Is Guest Of Honor, 80th Birthday , F'enton — Mrs. Art Krause en- tertdirted at a birthday party on Wednesday afternoon honoring the 80th birthday of Mrs. Herman JSrause, Twenty guests were present for the occasion. The afternoon Was sp^nt playing various games, after which Mrs: Krause opened her many loVely gifts. Lunch was served by the hostess. Veteran A Visifo* Corporal James Heller of Fonda, recently returned from duty in Italy, visited from Christmas day until Tuesday at the home of his friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Triggs and family. Infant Baptized ;* Dorm , is 9 harles ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walton of Ankeny, Was baptized on Sunday, Dec. 28 ill St. Luke's Lutheran church. Rev. Rehder officiating. Sponsors were Delond Bolte and Mrs. Donald Radig of Lone Rock. » Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte entertained at a dinner honoring the ,occasion. Guests Were Mr. ?? d %?;,P onald Rad te- Mr, and Mrs. William Boettcher of Lohe Rock, Mrs. Clara Gremmcls ahd Timmy Gremmels, the latter of Cedar Rapids. —jvermre: in^.u,.^';,. '20, ".Livermore soJ9ie.r L ' home on furlough fr'o'm' the-Panama canal zone, to the grand jury at-'FpfM)od|e, recently, on charges -^^manslaughter growing out of£ijn a*u- tomobile , accident in which Carl ,Dokken, 47, of Badger, w*as killed. Wonderly entered a plea j>f innocent in police court, ;Wa,"rwd a preliminary hearing, and'-was 1 released on bond of $5,OOOJ||.'A WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS INCOME TAX SERVlGff . Tax returns made out—Notary Public—#'.'!>• llookkeepiiig:—Accounting—Tax Counselor r At your place, of business or at my lioine. K1RKER ; V CoWan Apart»iout, ? Algo'na 'Phone •^ BETTER HOT-FOOT IT OVER HERE FOR TODAY'S HOTTEST T:. ^r ,7 'i> 4 > £ Bf t r ^^^ ^^w ^^^^BBI f^<**i"*ff¥'^ t ' PRESENT TIRES QN .' ? w : ^n^.^ New Year's Host Duane Drdyer entertained at a New Year's party from 2 to'4 p. m. on New Year's day at the parental Everett Dreyer home., Those enjoying the courtesy were* Carol Bierstedt, Robert and Christina Friedrich,.Marilyn Jen- Iz, Marvin Bellinger, Mark Fin- lestad, Sharon and Judy Eigler. Marvin Bellinger won a prize for a contest which was part of the afternoon's entertainment. A unch was served at the close of he afternoon. Mrs. John Kohlwes visited on Wednesday and Thursday at the Everett Dreyer and Paul Eigler.. homes. Mr._ and Mrs. Ben McKinny of Illinois have been recent visitors in the Leo Woods home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Woods of Hampton-'visited New Year's day and Friday at the Leo Woods home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman entertained at a turkey dinner on Sunday, Dec. 29, honoring the 4th birthday of their son Terry. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz and Bobby of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch and Agnes Goetsch were • New Year's eve visitors in the Frank Behne home. Sunday dinner guests in the Albin Nelson home were Mr. and man^and, family,,^ aror. and ; TV[Fs? < Leo Egffl? inger and family of Whittemore, Mr..,and Mrs. Herman Gielenfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and family and Henry Wilberg. Mrs. Wilberg and son Vernon were unable to be present because of illness. '- L , Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lelninger and family returned home Saturday after visiting through the Christmas holidays with relatives in North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Silrum returned to their home at Mankato on Thursday after visiting during the Christmas Holidays at the parental Morris Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank,' Behne, Layton and Janet were New Year's day guests in 1 the Richard Goetsch home. j Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Leroy and Deloris of Ringsted were Sunday evening guests. at the Kenneth Halverson home." Monday'evening dinner guests at the Herman Norland home were Mr. and Mrs, Albert Mitchell and Benora, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Date; Rev. and Mrs, Gilbertson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Silrum of Mankato. "' .' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laffey and family of Armstrong and Miss Dorothy Nielson of Ringsted were dinner guests on New Year's day at the Oliver Stoeber home. - Mrs. Mae Voigt and daughter Esther of Ceylon visited with Lilas Boevei;s on 'New Year's day. Guests in the Morris Mitchell home on New Year's eve were Mr, ( and Mrs, Albert Mitchell'and Benora, Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell and family of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and family, Mr, and- Mrs. Frank Behne, ytpn and J.anet visited, from aturday through Tuesday with relatives at» , Nora Springs \ and Rqckford, Sunday dinner guggts jn the home of Mr. and JVfrs, Raymond Stpeber were Mr, and Mrs,' Wil- fred'S^oebev, Janice ai?d-Wayne and-Mr,-and Mrs, Oliver£tp«fber and-'family, " • »",T '' M r «* 8n4 Mrs. Raymond' Thf es- fieU were'Monday evening gue§|s at the gob'Anderson home, end Mrs. Gerhard'" Christmas day dlrtridf gu'cfstl at the Raymond Stoeber home Were Mr. and Mrs. L.,J. Rfeid'Mnd son Jimmy of Algofta, Bdfe;|leid of Cedaf Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hass and family bf LuVerfie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ba^sett^ahd spri Timmy, Christmas day dinner guests at the Frank Humphrey home were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hantelman and family, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and family, and Dr. and Mrs, J. R. Wafte and son Jerry. Mr. ana! Mrs. F. S. Whitmore of Rolfe visited last Friday at the Rex Wolfe home. Ka£ Whitmore Visited with her friend Beverly Cody, who is home on vacation from Augustana Academy at Canton, S. D. Reba Ditswoth of Estherville visited with Fenton relatives during the holidays. The Legion Auxiliary will meet t>n Friday, Jan. 9 at the home of Mrs. Sam Warner with Mrs. Martin Ohm assisting hostess. Christmas day dinner guests at the Rex Wolf home were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder and sorts of Lohe Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz and Bobby of Lakota, Mr. ahd Mrs. Frank ttroyer and family of Lone Rock, Mr, and Sirs. Henry Tiemari and Mr. ahd"Mrs. Jack Tieman and sOri Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Beth Ann were dinner guests on Christmas night at the Rex Wolf home. 3 Bode Boys Pass Tests For Clerks In F.B.I. Bode; Wayne Opheim, Gene Benjamin and Gene Bergum have passed the qualifications and physical tests given by a F. B. I, agent in Fort Dodge and they report for clerical duty in the off ices'of J. Edgar Hoover, Washington, D. C., Jan. 5. Living quarters have been arranged there for them. All three boys are 1947 graduates of the Bode high school, Miss Mona Larson . spent Christmas week in 'Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs, W, R. Wilson. Richard Olson, son of Olaf Olson, came from the west coast Saturday to spend the Christmas holiday at'his home he'fo, Alvin- Rollahd and Gcraldinc Rolland are spending the hdli- day vacation at the home of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Archie Rolland. They are students at Iowa State Teachers college. First Lieut, and Mrs. Ralph Butler and baby Joan have returned to Scott Field, 111., where Lt. Butler is stationed, after spending the Christmas holidays at the home of Mrs. Butler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hastings, Miss Jean Hastings, R. N., of Colorado Springs, Colo., was also home during the holidays, as was also a younger sister Lois, who is attending Hamilton's business college in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Olson of Dccorah, la., arrived Monday from Rock Island, 111., fltor a week's visit at the home of Stanton's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Andy, Olson. v i;hey spent the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Olson's parents in Rock Island. Bob Ellingson has returnee from Northfield, Minn., where he spent trTevV'days with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Keith Na'sby en tertained at a/ 1 . o'clock New fuesday, January 6, 1048 , Algeria Upper D I '-'-"^' -- ~ -• ^ . . ^ V ... ? .*L ,,! BV , t ^ = ,J, J (,. < ,£« Year'$ dinner at their, home Thursday, Guests included members of the N. A. Nasby families. , Mn and Mrs. E, Malahd, who •were gUests for a few days at the W, N. Chantland home, have returned to their home at Prairie Farm, Wis 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood, Glenda and Ruth, have returned from a holiday trip to Lamoni, la., where Mrs. Rood's parents live ahd > entertained inlh<Tn afld Mrs. Roy Holiday gUcstsi M. Rossing hom holidays were: L, Vinton, Viroqlia, and Mrs. Meal M Moines. Df. and Mrs. iny and Mr, and MM, er, Livermore. »rn in Half! r Get Better Hogs - Use Half the Corn with MEAL The government, the farmer, the hog raiser are all mighty interested" in saving corn. 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