The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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6-Atfana fla.) 0« MoTnw Thursday, Jefy 25, 1957" Wed June 30, Ottosen Marie Gail Speas, daughter of Mrs Goldie Speas of Gilman, Iowa, became the bride of Orville Ellingson, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson of Ottosen, in a ceremony that took place June 30 in the Trinity Lutheran chumh at Ottosen, with Rev. Harold Mountain officiating. A reception was held in tfte church parlors after the ceremony with 130 guests present. The bride had been employed as an operating room technician at University hospitals, Iowa City. The bridegroom is employed by Sanitary Dairies, Cedar Rapids. The couple Is at home in Hiawatha, Iowa. (Photo by Glenn's Studio — UDCM engraving). Ramus • Richardson Vows At LuVerne On July 20 LuVerne — Before the altar of the Methodist Church decorated with vases of pink snapdragons the wedding vows of Nancy Ramus aqd Dale Richardson were exchanged at 8 p.m. Saturday evening, July 20. The double ring candlelight service was read by Rev. Worthie Usher as Mrs Usher rendered appropriate soft nuptial music. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John A. Ramus and the groom, the son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Richardson, all of Lu- Verne. The bride, escorted to the altar on the arm of her father, was attired in a white brocade nylon on taffeta sheath dress with pearl trim and white accessories. She carried a yellow throated white orchid on a white Bible with ribbon streamers. She was attended by Miss Kay Richardson, sister of the groom who wore a pink sheath dress with white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Larry Henderson, LuVerne, a friend, served as best man. A reception followed in the church rooms for the families of the young couple. The bride and groom are both graduates of the LuVerne high School. After a honeymoon they r/ill make their home in LuVerne. Clear Lake Guests Mr and Mrs George Marty of Mason City entertained his family Sunday at their summer home at Clear Lake. Attending from LuVerne were his brothers', Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, Marie Kay and Margene Merkle, Mr and Mrs William Marty sons, Kenneth, Melvin and friend, Marian Keyser, Humboldt; his sister, Miss Emma Marty; sister-in-law, Mrs Ann Marty, sons, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty and Norjnan, Mr and Mrs Donald Marty and Barbara Dee, Guests Friday to Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Roland Walline and Sharon w*re Mr and Mrs Ray Wuestenberg pf West Liberty. Mr and Mrs Elwin Ellston and Deone, Des Moines, were Wednesday overnight guests in the home of her uncle, Mr and Mrs John A. Ramus. Mr and Mrs William Ramus and Kay, Des Moines, on a two weeks vacation are visiting their mothers, Mrs Dora Ramus and Mrs John Thorn, Sunday visitors in the Ramus home were another son, Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus, son, Don and his friend, Shirley Hiekey O f Des Moines. They had attended the Schul? family reunion, family of Mrs Ramus in Livermore, Mr and Mrs Norman Hinz and baby daughters Laurie Ann of Memphis, Tenn, concluded their .three weeks leave here with their families, Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz and Mr and Mrs Lester Quinn and left for Alameda, Calif., where Norman in the navy has a permanent assignment. kester Quinn has returned home from Reading, Calif, where hj flew to attend the funeral of tlis stepfather, A. C- Hayes. 2 LuVerne Boys Hove Surgery LttVerne — Michael, seven year old son of Mr and Mrs John Pergtande underwent • major surgery at a Rochester, Minn, hospital, Wednesday, July 17. He entered the hospital on Monday and his condition was thought serious^ After the tests it was found (that a tumor on his left knee was to be removed!. He is favorable and had his seventh birthday there Sunday, July 2L. Mrs Marie Brown, Omaha, Neb., mother of Mrs Pergande came to care for the children as she remains with "Mickey." •, Junior Worby underwent emergency surgery late Saturday in the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. The son of Joseph Worby, his condition is reported as favorable/ Bill Rich, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Rich, , was honored at a farewell party Monday night, July 22, at the George Rich home. He was presented with a gift of money by the 37 persons present. Bill is joining the navy. Former L-Rock Girl A Bride In Wisconsin Lone ftock — Barbara Ann Miipllor, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford A. Mueller, former residents of Lone Rock, and Joseph Stuttgen, son of Mr and Mrs S. Stuttgen all of Stanley, Wis., were united in marriage on June 22 at St. Anne's Catholic church in Stanley. Rev. Edmund Cramer read the double ring ceremony. White lace and nylon tulle fashioned the gown which was worn by the bride as she was escorted to the alter by her father. The bodice featured short sleeves and a round neckline and the ac- cordian pleated skirt of nylon tulle and net over satin was floor length. Her finger tip veil fell from a crown of sequins and pearls and she carried a bouquet of red and white carnations. The brides jewelry was a gold locket and chain which her grandmother had worn at her wedding forty-seven years ago. The maid of honor was Miss Janice Moore. Ray Haase was the best man and Wayne and Gordon Mueller, brothers of the bride were ushers. A reception was held for approximately 100 guests at the Stuttgen home. A dinner was served there at twelve o'clock for about 80 relatives and close friends. Present were the bride's grandparents, Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, of Lone Rock. The young couple left on "a wedding trip through northern Wis. They will make their home on a farm. Guests were present at the wedding from Wisconsin, Rapids, Gilman, Lone Rock, and Fenton. Family Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday at the Ronald Christenson home with Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Gowrie, Mrs Louise Godden of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Albert Krueger of Fairmont, Mrs Harlan Lenardson and family of Midland, Mich. Miss Ruth Krueger, Mr arid Mrs Chas. Morris, Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson and Paul Kingma attending. Mrs Radig Hostess Mrs Wilfred Radig entertained the Friendly Birthday club Tuesday at her home. Mrs E. L. Whitt- kup of Marcas, la. attended and resigned from the club. Mrs Eugene Meyer of Hurt was a guest. Dinner Honors Visitors Mr and Mrs Wm. McKay and five children of Chicago Heights spent, the weekend, here visiting; 17 , Sunday a dinner was held in their honor at the Johnson House in Algona. Attending were the McKay family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and girls, Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Tqni, Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Susan, Delmar Angus and Bob Angus. Community Farewell There will be a farewell community party for Ihe Ronald Christenson family Sunday evening, July 28 at 0:30. It will be a pot luck supper to be held at .the Lone Rock church parlors. All friends of the Christensons are cordially invited. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family will be moving to their farm at Belgrade, Minn. Aug. 1st. Circle Meetings The Maxine Circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Florence Schrader. Mrs Donald Blanchard was assisting hostess. Mrs E. A. Lee had the lesson. Guests were Mrs Sarah Fischer. Mrs Ed. Ohm and Mrs Anna Prestus. The Lu Circle met with Mrs Lawrence Newbrough With Mrs Andrew Thomsen assisting. Mrs W. G. Flaig had charge of the lesson. A report was given by the circle chairman, Mrs James Marlow, on the elevator lunch served recently by the circle. Lawrence Geitzenauer attended a dinner and a meeting Thursday evening in Algona held at the Johnson House, sponsored by Northrop King Seed Company. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper went to Perry Wednesday evening to meet Mrs Dick Ganley and four children who arrived from Long Beach for a visit. Mrs Ganley is a sister of Mrs Klepper. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton went to Minneapolis on Tuesday where they attended the International Shrine Convention and parade. Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends entertained in honor of the birthday of Mrs Ella Sigsbee of Burt, Thursday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich, Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Lucille Behrends and family, Mrs Lizzie Behrends, Howard Sigsbee, Mr and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee and family. Mrs Alice Bierle, Mrs Roger Palmer and Norma Bierle returned last Wednesday after visiting for several weeks in New York. Mrs John Munch, Mrs 'Chas. Osborn, Mrs Ronald Christenson and girls were guests Thursday afternoon at the Milton Madison home in honor of Kent's second birthday. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Heiter of Leaf River, 111., arrived Saturday and visited with W. C. Heiter and Mr and Mrs Clair Bollinger and family. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Willard Menz and family visited at the Clair Bollinger home. Creamery Mgr. Leaving S-City Swea City — Ed Aschenbrerr- ner, manager of the Swea City Cooperative Creamery for the past four years, has bought an interest in a creamery at Opole, Minnesota, which is about 14 miles northwest of St. Cloud. Mr and Mrs Aschenbrenner plan to move to Opole in several weeks, as soon as he can be replaced at the creamery. They have two children, Gary, age 4 ,and Carol, eight months. They haye sold ..their home in the north part of town, to Mr and Mrs John Ecklund, former residents, who have been farming near Estherville. Has Appendectomy An Algona druggist, M. H. "Dutch" Honsbruch, underwent surgery for the removal of his appendix at St. Ann hospital Tuesday night. He didn't feel well v/hen he got up Tuesday morning, and despite the fact his appendix hadn't bothered him previously, surgery was decided upon. Mr Honsbruch is now convalescing at the hospital. fffffffftffffffffffffffr YOU DONT HAVE TO SWELTER THROUGH ANY MORE OF THESE HOT DAYS! JUST CALL CY 4-3613 And Get The Full Story on WESTINGHOUSE AIR CONDITIONING YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE BEECHERLANE 315 f, STATE APPLIANCES AlCONA vrsffsssfssssssss^^^ LOCALS Mr and Mrs Marvin Sabin, Chicago, are visiting his brother and sistor-in-law, Mr and Mrs Glen Sabin. A baby boy, weighing 9 Ibs. 1 oz. was born to Mr and Mrs Wayne Wiese July 21. He has been named Daryl Wayne. Mr and Mrs Jim Schneider and family are spending a two weeks vacation at a cottage near Park Rapids, Minn. Jim is manager of the meat department at Hood's Super Valu. Carl McBride, son of Mr and Mrs Walter McBride of .Algona arrived home Monday for a short visit. He has been working at the Stokley Van Camp freezing plant in Winnebago, Minn, this summer. Carl attended Abilene Christian College in Abilene, Texas last winter where he earned a B plus average. During the school year Carl was an officer in the Abilene Rocket Society. He plans to return to Texas this fall for his sophomore year of college. Mr and Mrs Roland Weber el Morrisville, Perm, spent the past two weeks with Roland's paf- ents, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber, Whittemore, and other relatives and friends. They also attended the Mertz-Haupert wedding at Bancroft, July 17. Union Mothers and Daughters Club met at the home, of Mary Lichter with Frances Dodds and Julia Taylor assisting. The meeting opened with the singing of the club song. Roll call was answered by 24 members on "A bit of Humor." A panel discussion was led by Mae Schenck with Harriet Schlichting, Neva Shipler and Irene Nitchals assisting. Miss Margaret Durant spent last Saturday in Decorah attending a meeting of Iowa Pen Women. At the close of the afternoon session, she conducted a poetry work shop. The featured speaker was Helga Lund Algyer, radio and TV script writer of New York City, who is spending the summer months in Decorah. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wiltgen entertained at a birthday party July 17 for their daughters. Mnry Anne who was seven years oH July 13, and Ruth Anne tvho was one year old July 22. Afternoon guests were- Kathleen Wibben. Cindy and Tommy Laing of Algona; Mrs Ralph Koppen, Marilynn, Bobbie and Paul, Whittemore, and Mrs Michael Wiltgen, Livermore. Evening visitors were Mrs Anne Cudnik, Mr and Mrs Ervin Wiltgen, Carol Henton and Mrs Clarence Priebe of Algona and Mrs John Wiltgen, Livermore. 2 Wesley Tots Receive Injuries Wesley — Two 3-year-old Wesley girls received injuries this past week in accidents. Donna Fox, daughter of Mr and Mrs Franklih Fox, received first and third degree burns on her feet last Friday evening. Mr Fox had just returned home with his gravel truck and the child crawled up on the vehicle and stepped on the hot muffler pipe between the cab and the gravel box. Bettv Weiland, daughter of Mr «nd Mrs Orville Weiland, received a bad cut on her forehead Friday evening. She was running around the house and ran into a fuel oil barrel. Two stitches were required Old Settlers Of Grant To Picnic Swea City — The Grant Township Old Settlers picnic, an annual event, is scheduled for Sunday, July 28, at the Grant gymnasium. There will be a business meeting, election . of officers, prizes for various distinctions, such as individuals who came the greatest distance, etc., and a program is being planned. Coffee, lemonade and ice cream will be-provided at the school building. ^ Elmer Potter, who lives at 309 west McGregor st., suffered severe bums on his chest, an arm and shoulder when his clothing caught tire while he was lighting a stove in his home at 6 a.m. The Big Sale Is Going Full Blast at The CHRISCHILLES STORE Regardless of the scorching weather, the big- sale got off to a tremendous start, breaking all existing records for a summer sale. (And that covers a lot of ground.) But there isn't more than a small dent made in our stock. There are still ample quantities of desirable merchandise left in all departments. So come in this week—you'll find bargains like you never dreamed of. And remember, no matter how hot it is out side, it's always cool at CHRISCHILLES'. BARGAINS You May Have OVERLOOKED Ready-to-Wear The second floor has been having a "field day" during this sale. There are still over 300 summer dresses from which to make a selection—all sizes and good prices ranges too. Here you may buy seasonable voiles, dacrons, sheers at prices which will amaze you. All excellent styles. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY one group of $9 dresses OQ QQ —while they last only vOi%fO All sizes. There are just 10 Spring coats left—all this seasons styles in small, medium and large sizes, values to $50 at HALF PRICE AND LESS. 8.98,14.98,19.98 & 24.98 GLENHAVEN SUITS—the world's best—just six (6), all sizes 12 so if'you wear this size, we can assure you a perfect fit. $25.00 values for just In addition there is one size 16 and 2 sizes 18 (all three in navy). No hats left but broken lots of smaller groups are available. ma siic, >ve $12.98 Some Added Specials SUMMER JEWELRY—the best assortment we ever showed—your choice for just HALF PRICE, Don't overlook these silk scarfs and hankies- ideal for showers and small gifts—and it is all NEW STOCK and NOT soiled, HALF PRICE. AND THERE ARE OTHER VERY SPECIAL BARGAINS ALL OVER THE DOWNSTAIRS STORE. COME IN AND SEE WHAT AN 87- year-old store can do in the way of sales. From Downstairs Store "Once-in-a-blue-moon" CURTAIN SPECIALS! Lowest prices in years! Buy now! 42x81 MARQUISETTE PANELS, 7Q $1.45 values for ---------------------------- only I%fC 48x90 LACE PANELS, Q4 Aft $2.45 values for _________________________ only $••£<«/ 52x81 LACE PANELS, £4 J-Q $2.95 values for __________________________ only V I -0*7 RUFFLED CURTAINS, fine quality— 50x81 EXTRA FINE, $11.95 values for ________________________ only 50x81 100% NYLON $5.50 value for WHITE ORGANDY, COTTAGE SETS $3.95 value for 50x90 RAYON MARQUISETTE, $3.95 value for -------------------------- on i y And here's a list of super bargains that set a new record for this store for price slashing! UMBRELLAS .don't take a chance of getting wet CMI AO Values to $6.95 for ______ ____ __________ only V*-vU 59c LINEN KITCHEN TOWELS, AA nice for showers _____________________________ ZvC Entire stock of WHITE SUMMER PURSES, good shapes and fine C1 *A quality choice of the lot for _______ _______ only yLf 9 We have never reduced our REMNANTS to less than 1/3 off the marked price but for this sale we've "shot the works". You can buy them for just HALF PRICE. Look 'em over—wonderful buys. A-f An yl-vU There Will Be Choice Bargains All Month New Items Added Every Day The CHRISCHILLES STORE ;•; ^ ;.; ;.; =>; ^ ;,; ;.; DAYS ONLY AT COWAN WALLPAPER BLDG. SUPPLY THURS., FRI., SAT. - JULY 25-27 REGULAR $8.95 9X12 LINOLEUM RUGS Special $5 a5 2 ROLLS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PLUSle FREE- Pure Bristle 4" Brush Given With Each Purchase of 5 Gal. or More of Pratt and Lambert HOUSE PAINT

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