The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Upper D« Metnei Thurfrfay, July 11, HERE'S A CORNY AD POPCORN 1 Oca Box or TWO for a QUARTER At The Home With Japanese Bride Whillemore—Mr and Mrs Willis Wehrspann arrived here Friday morning from Japan, to spend a 30 day vacation here at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Louis Wehrspann and other relatives. Wiljis Wehrspann and Keiko Murata were married on October 13 last year by the Rev. Ide, at the Kyoto' Lutheran church, in Krasuma Shako, Kyoto, Japan. Mr Wehrspann is a Wbittemore boy and attended the St. Paul's Lutheran church here and graduated in the Whittemore high school. He attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, and for the past three years he taught in the American Independent schools in Japan. Mr and Mrs Simon Weber, Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and Mr and Mrs Carl Reed attended the funeral of Allen Thilges Thursday morning held in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algonu, Allen was crushed to death under a semi-trailer Tuesday afternoon. Ralph Sebers, Eunice Maahs and Edward Maahs Jr^. visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Terry B. Behlmer in Clarion Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Ronald Weber and family of Morrisville, Penn. arrived here Friday afternoon for » two weeks visit at the home of Mr Weber's parent;;, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber, and oilier relatives. Mr Weber is working at the building tiadc in Morrisville. A picnic dinner was held at the home of Mrs Ruth Schult?. and Mr and Mrs Norman Sennit*, Thursday evening. Present were Mr and Mrs Charles Scluiltz, Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mrs Mamie Kueeker and Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons David and Dean of here, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Erwin Schrneling and family of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs John Abbas of West Bend, Former Burt Youth Victim Of Drowning In Michigan Burt —. Mrs Erwin Schwieterl returned Sunday of last week from Flint, Mich. She had accompanied a brother Marvin Baum of Nevada to Flint after receiving word of the accidcnuif drowning of a nephew. Larry Bflum, 20, with friends of Flint area was on the hike, when tin- boat ciipsized. Help reached the group and while the others were saved Larry was missing and at this time no report has been received by Mrs Schwietert that tin- body has been found. Larry was the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Art Baum and was horn in Algona and lived several years in Burt. Mrs Wm. Hines arid Mrs Tesdal of Ames, sisters of Mrs Baum, were also with the family in Flint. The Baums have a son Freddy, Ruth Zumach Engaged To Wed THURS.. JULY llih The Fabulous FOUR LADS With DAN BELLOC & ORCH. FRI U JULY 12th ANDY DOLL And His Ridge Riders SAT., JULY 131h Midwest's Finest Dance Band JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra TUBS* JULY 16th Teens Disc Hop Dick Co-Ette Here to Spin your top 20 — 3 Hours of Record Dancing, Adm. 50c PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Sun., July 14 DON SHAW Fri., July!? Western & Old Time KGIO TV Dude Ranchers Sunday, July 21 TONY BRADLEY Sunday, July 28 BOBBY IINDEMAN Sunday, Aug. 4 HENRY CHARLES No Adv«Kt Booth Rs&ftrvations - DOOM Open at 8;30 Mr and Mrs Arthur Zumach of Lone Rock announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth Marie, above, to Charles R. Hallbauer, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Hallbauer of Cherokee, recently. The young couple plans a fall wedding. RETIRING At Osceola, Dyle Foster has .•etired, after 36 years of service on the postoffke staff there. Farewell Surprise Parly Mr and Mrs Mike Arcnd are moving to their new home in Algona in the noar future and a neighborhood farewell surprise party was given at their farm home Sunday evening. The guests of honor were presented with a table lamp for the new home. The evening was spent at five hundred with awards going to Mrs Robert Harvey, Mrs Robert Sarcliot, Mrs Mike Arcnd, Paul Weber and Fred Davis. A basket lunch brought by the visitors was served,' The Miko Arends have lived nh the Portland Township farm many years, where Mr and Mrs Paul Arond will continue to live. Weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Steward were Mr and Mrs Ona Steward of Glenview, 111. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Steward of California are visiting the Harold Stewards, the Walter Stewards and other relatives in Iowa. A family gathering was held at the J. D. Graham home on the Fourth and attending were; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Graham and children, Mr and Mrs John Em- mcrts and children of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Christy Olson and children, Mr and Mrs Raymond Mitchell "and family of Blooming Prairie, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Paul Bey and children of Washington, D. C.; Mr and Mrs Leslie Graham of Manson, who are attending school in Cedar Falls; Mr and Mrs Glenn Graham nnd Gary and Mrs Paul Wille of Algona. Mrs Olson and children and the Paul Beys remained until Sunday. Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels with Mrs Bertha Stow spent July Fourth with the Charles Phelps near Titonka. Mrs Herman Putz is a patient at St. Ann in Algona following a fall at her home Monday afternoon. Mrs Putz who is 84 years, had been working in her flowers when she fell and fractured the leg bone above the knee. Mr and Mrs Allen Hinckley and family spent the Fourth in Minnesota. They attended a family picnic at Waldorf, in honor of Recent guests at the George Hawcotts were Master Sgt. and Mrs Jack Wallace and family of Tacoma, Wash. Mr Wallace is a grandson of Mrs Bertha Wallace. Rev .and Mrs Ssmek and small daughter visited with relatives at New Hampton on Monday. IT'LL bE riDIKaLUs oN 'RldiKALUs DaZE' - but DoN'T FErgit To EAT! ALGONA CAFES sAy: IFFEN II DON'T LIKE WHAT WE GOT, BRING YER LUNCH. WE'LL GIVE YOU FREE EATIN' SPACE, AND A GLASS-a-WATER TO BOOT Mr and Mrs Hart and family of Portland, Oregon. The Birthday Circle will meet Friday afternoon, July 12, with Bertha Wallace. Mr and Mrs Watson Hamstreet with sons Thommy and Bobby visited recently with Dr. and Mrs Hamstreet. They returned to their home in Detroit, Mich. Friday. Mrs Williams of Havelock spent last week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Davis and family. Mrs Charles Scott entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club, July 9th. The time has been changed for Sunday services at the Methodist Church in Burt. Morning worship will be at 8 a.m. with Sunday School at 9 a.m. for the summer weeks at least. The Goodwill Truck will be in Burt Wednesday, July 17. Materials are to be left with Mrs Lee Cole before that date. LuVerne Man & Bride How About A Deelichus Pickle & Macaroni Ice Cream Sundae? Only 15c ALGONA HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil Larson Margieann Jergenson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ode Jergenson of Eagle Grove and Delmer Voss, son of Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. of LuVerne, were married Sunday afternoon, June 23, at 3:00 in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Eagle Grove with Pastor K. R. Torvik officiating at the double ring ceremony. Miss Judy Gray of Mason City served as maid of honor and Miss Leota Ann Voss, sister of the bridegroom and Yvonne Campbell were bridesmaids, Linda Jergenson, cousin of the bride was the flower girl. Willis Jergenson, also a cousin of the ?ride, was ring bearer. The bridegroom was attended jy MHo Muhlenbrueh of Latimer a» best man while Qrviile Mai> d of Dumont and Frank Cox of Ayrshire served as grooms? men, Shortly after the ceremony, a reception for approximately three hundred was held in the church parlors, Dining room hostesses were Mrs Art Jergenson and Mrs Chris Jergenson, aunts of the bride. Waitresses were Anita Tokheim, Judy Schrage, Ruth Wise, Elaine Skadburg and Gloria Wise. The bride is a 1955 graduate of Eagle Grove high school and attended Eagle Grove Junior College for one year and is at present employed as secretary at the Ellsworth Freight Lines. The bridegroom is a 1954 graduate of LuVerne high school and 1950 graduate of Eagle Grove Junior College. He also attended Iowa State College in Ames. He is at present engaged, in farming. As they left for their wedding trip through the West, the bride was wearing 3 lavendap dress with white accessories. Glen Clark, Ervin Link, Wm. Barger and Martin Tokheim spent several days last week fishing in northern Minnesota. Pat Martin was given a miscel- leanous shower Saturday, June 8, at the home of Mrs Ronald Johnson. Guests were Pat's former girl classmates, Mrs Don Martin and Mrs Sam Larson. Mr and Mrs Merton Roalson and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wallace Dawson, Dunnell, Minn., were in Minneapolis Friday and Saturday. Howard Roalson and Ronnie Kaltved visited from Sunday UQtil Monday with Rev. and Mrs A, M. Youngquist. Mrs Wm. Brown of Georgia is expected here Friday for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John W. Thompson. Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson and three other couples were guests of Mr D. B. Stephenson, Fort Dodge of the Ohio National Life Insurance Co. at an outing at Brooks Resort, Okoboji Friday until Sunday. Alfred B, Smith, unsuccessful candidate for the presidency in 88, served New York as governor f$y four terms. MEBBE EVEN A NAPKIN own: Eat 'On The Hill', Amid Refreshin' Breezes - Bring Yer Own Food an' We'll Lend You a Booth CHROME CAFE Free Drive-In Service For Commercial Moving Vans AT VAN'S CAFE-DRIVE-IN Meals 'On The House' Friday & Saturday - Just Bring A Ladder & Eat On The Roof CLUB 169 The Name Has Changed But The Coffee's Still No Good- WAIDRON'S CAFE Try Our Rhubarb and Lettuce Plate For Vegetarians - It's Sumpin' Different FRANK & EM'S 'it 4itt We Have Free Ice-Water For Everyone If Yah Bring Yer Own Glass DAISY'S DIAGONAL CAFE prised Mrs Jule Sellers on her birthday. Mrs Soren Didricksen celebrated her birthday Friday, July 5. Several friends called. Among them were Mrs Cornelius Larson, daughter Frances, Julia and Helen McEnroe, Mrs Leo McEnroe, Mr and Mrs Earl Zeigler and sons, Mrs Wilbur Zeigler, Mr and Mrs John Seeman, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe and Mrs Philip Arndorfer and Jane. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer Mr and Mrs Omer Kunkle and family of near Forest City were July 4th dinner guests of Mr and Mrs George Kunkel. The Philip Arndorfer family motored to the Julian Arndorf- ers in Waterloo July 4th for an annual picnic. The Clarence Siemer and Bernard Capesius families were there, too. Rita Arndorfer, younger daughter of Julian Arndorfers returned for a visit. Another daughter, Joannie came back, too, to make an extended trip through the western states with Jeannie Capesius and two girl friends. They will be gone two weeks. Mr and Mrs Al Rosenmeyer returned from the coast recently. Frances Stevenson and her granddaughter, Suzanne from Chicago also went, and Jimmie Rosenmeyer and August Huschka. On July 7, the Philip Arndorfer and M. H. McEnroe family enjoyed Sunday dinner at the Julia and Helen McEnroe home. 'Mary Cink won the "500" high prize at the Regina Froehlich card party. Mary will be hostess Thursday, July 11. On Saturday afternoon, July 6 Mrs Henry Arndorfer, Mrs Lee Seefeldt, Mrs Art Rosenmeyer, M>s Ben Dorr, Mrs Everett Steussy and Mrs Orville Downs sur- 20 Herd Tests In June D.H.I.A. Twenty herds were tested on D.H.I.A. and 17 on owner-sampler plan during June, according to Forrest Hofbauer, D.H.I.A. supervisor for the north unit. Some of the higher herds tested were those of: Ralph Walker, Jr., 1487 Ibs. milk, 48.2 Ibs. B.F.; Leander Menke, 1401 Ibs. milk, 43.1 Ibs. B.F.; John Ruger, 1196 Ibs. milk, 42.3 Ibs. B.F.; Glen Grouse & C. M. Gross, 1153 Ibs. milk, 42.1 Ibs. B.F. Walter Campney, 1273 Ibs. milk, 41.0 Ibs. B.F.; Sidney Payne. 1278 Ibs. milk, 40.8 Ibs. B.F.; Donald Hofbauer, 1214 Ibs. milk, 40.4 Ibs B.F.; Erwin Gremmels, 1119 Ibs milk, 36.4 Ibs. B.F. A few of the higher producing individual cows were owned by Leander Menke, John Rugei-, Herman Soderberg, Ralph Walwer, Jr., John Ruger, Martin Harms, and Ralph Walker, Jr. Oofs Plot Tour Booked, July 17 Fifteen different oat varieties will be on display at a twilight meeting scheduled for 7:00 p.m Wednesday, July 17, at the variety trial plots near the Good Hope Church, according to Dean Barnes, county extension director, Algona. The plots on the A. L. Baker farm ne#r the Good Hope Church are located 2 miles west of the Pioneer Plant Corner on Hy. 18 and 4% miles north on the blacktop. These plots are planted in cooperation with and supervised by the Iowa State College Extension Service and Kossuth County Extension Service. There are many new varieties on test including Burnett, which is just out this year from the college. Planting all these varieties side by side provides a fine opportunity for a person to compare their strong points and weak points. Varieties in the plots are Putnam, Richland, Cherokee, Bonham, Minhafer, Payette, Burnett, Logan, Clintlan'd, Clarion, Waubay, Newton, Beedee, Sauk and Garry. Hot-twl Hony ATR-CONDrn ONER UNITS AUOt OtT IN ON WiSTBN AUTO'S 'StMWAU STAMHDT At a Heck Of A LOW PRICE Vz « 1 . 2 • Ten Sizes

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