The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
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Cfe.) Upp*r DM Main* Thursday, August IS, 1957 St. Joe People At Weyderts Reunion, Ventura Sf. Jo* — The fourth annual Woydcrt family reunion was held August 11. at the Pole Wt\v- dcrt home near Vonlura with the fdlowing from here attending: Mfith Zciinet, Mr and Mrs Eugene Ztimct find family, Marler.e Fri- (ters. Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wcy- dert and family. Mr and Mrs An- tmi Wcydri-l and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Bormann and son Denny mid Kalhy Elenz. the week Bormann remained her sister gathering was held ritJy,- A sters i Marvin Kohlhaas, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. observed his sixth birthday Satur- August 10, with 15 young- in to help observe The occasion. The afternoon was spent at games with ice cream and birthday cake the hj*gh light of lLu> afternion. Marvin also received birthday Rifts. Those attending were Mary and Larry Reding, Louis Bormann. Yvonne, Sandra and Jerome Kohlhaas, Dwight and Barrel Kohlhaas, Krisline, Kathleen and Darlene PJathe, Jan and Mike Ferstl, Marion and Allen Kohlhaas. LMr and Mrs Joe Dockendorf from Cold Spring, Minn., and Mr ajjd Mrs John Backus from St. I^icholas, Minn., were week end visitors here in the Ernest J. Gnlcs ho?ne. Mrs Gales is a sis- ttfr of Joe Dockendorf. • Math Zeiraet and grandson Robert Zeirnct returned home on Sunday from a three week visit in the Ed Andrelinas home at Medicine Lake, Montana. Mrs Andrelinas is a daughter of Math Zjeimet. Marlene Friders, daughter of Mrs Andrelinas and the late Prosper Friders accompa- njed her grandfather, Math Zei- njet here for a weeks visit with relatives and friends. Marlene is also the granddaughter of John Ffriders, also from here. Mr and Mrs Dt-lmcr Plathe and son, Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges, Marilyn and Kenneth and Mr and Mrs Jim Putzstuck and family attended a Felton family reunion in Todd Park, Austin. Minn., on Sunday. Mi and Mrs Adolph Stessmann and family. Mr and Mrs Leonard Stessmann and family and Veronica Stessmann spent end here in the John home. Miss Stessmann for a longer visit with and family. A Bormann family and farewell courtesy on Sunday in St. Joseph Parish hall for Thomas Bormann, son of Mi and. Mrs John Bormann, with 90 in attendance. Tommy will leave on August 14 for Army induction from Algona. He was presented a Pen-Pencil set from the Kronp. Mr and Mrs Math Bormann and Barbara Kellner from St. Benedict were Sunday evening visitors in the Anton Weydert home. Bonnie Weydert. daughter of Mr and Mrs Anton Wey- riert is spending this week with Barbara in the Bormann home. Mr and Mrs George Wagner and son John spent the weekend in the cottage on Fox Lake, Minnesota of Mr and Mrs Chris Galehouse of Lcdyard. Ben Gisch, father of Mrs Henry Zeiniet and Mrs Clarence Eisenbarth is a patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona, since Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Paur jSrpelding and family returned home on Sunday after a vacation of 9 days that look them to the home of Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel and family -at Blomkist, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Bill Becker and family at Wntkins, Minn. They also were at the Linn Wood Rcsouton Lake Osakis, Osakis, Minn. Roger Thul attended to the duties on the Erpelding farm. In a deck of cards, the faces of the Jack of Spades and hearts are shown in profile. WORLD'S BIGGEST LIVESTOCK FAIR Over 8,000 fine animals. AUTO RACES Year's greatest speed events. BIG CAR RACES AFTERNOONS - AUG. 23, 25; "MITES-AUG. 29, 30 JALOPY RACES AFTERNOON —AUG. 24 STOCK CAR RACES NITE —SEPT, 1 of Lawrence Welk Show (Aug. B/endaLec (Aue. 23-24), other »tar». Hit show of-67. THRILL DAY America's wllde»t daredevil —*-* "HORSE RACIS AFTERNOONS-AUG. 27, 28 FUNI f UNI <•» Hippodrome shows, sideshows, rides, flreworkj, »cr«» of pleasure I MARVELOUS EXHIBITS Farm and crops exposition, women's exposition,) jarden show, homes show.nsh and game, new. est farm macHinery,gadget show, hall of science^ 4WH W<} FFA Fair,,. thousands of other thrill- ng features. ORDER ;, RESERVED SEATS NOW! Grandstand SI.SO, ;; and ?2. ;. Box scats $2.50. Send cash or money order to 'Treasurer, State Fair Board, < ^ Des~ Moines, . Iowa Bernhard-Goche Vows At Bancroft, August 10 L Bancroft — In a beautiful wedding Saturday, 'August 10, Mary Celeste Bernhard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice Bernhard, became the bride of William E. Goche, son of Mr and Mrs Art Goche in a ceremony performed by Father J. H. Schultes in St. John's Catholic Church. The bride, "given "in marr'iag'd by her father, wore a floor length gown with a chapel train of imported lace and nylon tulle over satin . The closely fitted bodice and long pointed sleeves were of the lace. Neckline featured a stand up collar edged in sequins and ' seed pearls. The bouffant skirt had a wide front panel which was made of alternate tiers of accordian pleated nylon tulle and lace. The border lace .of the train was also accented with irridescent sequins and seed pearls. Her veil of pure silk illusion fell from a headpiece styled as a Juliet cap which was covered with sequins and seed pearls. The bride carried one purple orchid. Mrs Charles Waldum, classmate at St. Theresa's College, Winona, Minn., was matron of honor, Miss Shirley Goche, sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Kenneth Gqche, a brother and Philip Bernhard, brother of tho bride." Bill Droessler played and Bill Schiltz, classmate of the bride, was soloist. Breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, wedding dinner and reception was at the Plantation in Whittemorc. The couple will take a honeymoon through Park Rapids, Minnesota and various points of interest in northern states and will go on to San Diego where the bridegroom is in the Navy. (Nels Isaacson Photo - UDM Engraving) FRACTURES ANKLE Mrs Frank Meyers fell Sunday evening at her home fracturing her ankle. The injury was treated by Dr. P. J. Egan and she is getting along fine. Mrs Sereal DeGeeter slipped when coming out of the door at her home Tuesday injuring her ankle. The injury required medical treatment. At The Humboldt County Fair Tues. & Wed, AUG. 20-21 Mprk and Pel Insko will be on hand with a fast bunch of horses. Del races out of New Qrl$en« qr»d has wen $29,000 b> 50 races last year. Fait horttf from Iowa, the Dajtotas and Minnesota, are entered in this big iwfi'day racing program. ' The racing program is as follows TUESDAY, Aug. 20 Pace 3:%9 Trot f . F. 4. !»«£• WEDNESDAY, 2:26 Trot 2:2Q Pace F. F. A. Twt 21 If You Lik? Harness Racing You'll Like These Humboldt County Fair Mr" and. . Mrs 1 'Richard Menke and daughters spent from Wednesday until Friday in Wisconsin sightseeing in the Dells and 1 attending ball games in Milwaukee. Miss Madeline O'Brien of Minneapolis is spending the week at the Wm. Fuches home here. Merredith Bergman returned to Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs B-, H^'-Sudrnier to spend from "PvJesday"until Saturday there. George Doocys received wor^ of the • injuries of their son George Jr., Titonka. He received back injuries but, is recovering. George was injured in an accident Friday night. Mrs Frank Merron of Davenport spent the first of the week with her son and .family, Mr and Mrs George Merron. Mrs Lawrence Bergman entertained several friends at a party Tuesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Cletus Dorr, Loretta Weber, Mrs Art Long and Arliss Dorr. Has Heart Attack Bancroft — Frank Wilhelmi suffered a heart attack Sunday evening while watching the State Junior Legion tournament between Bancroft and Ames. He was taken to Holy Family hospital in Esthorville. TITONKA NEWS Mr nnd Mrs George Sachau and family were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rmic and Linda Lou Sunday evening. M:- nnd Mrs Clarence Mechler left Tur.-'day morning for a trip 'to Canada. They were accom panird by friends from Illinois. Rrv. and Mrs Max Goldman and family left Tuesday for Indiana where they will visit Rev. Goldman's mother and brothers and sister there. Mrs Ollie Bruns accompanied | Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krantz «and Dvepg and Noel Krantz to Omaha to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Dale Bruns Saturday. Dvorg and Noel will spend the *etk in Omaha and Mr and Mrs Krantx c a in e home Sunday While Mrs Bruns took the train to Salt Lake City, Utah, to visit her daughter, Geraldine. From there the two will visit Mr and Mrs Keith Bruns and new son Darrcl Lee of Portland, Ore. Mrs Bruns expects to be gone a month. Harm Kettwick left Sunday nnTiling at 2 a.m. from Minneapolis for New York and from there he will take a plane from Idlewild airport to Oldenberg, Germany to visit his two brothers and six sisters. He expects to be gone a month. Mr and Mrs C. B. Giesking and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Mayland and family spent a week at Alexandria. Minn., camping, fishing and sightseeing. The Dr. J. K. Hill family spent t week at a cottage at Clear Lake. • Mrs Ray Bartlett accompanied Mrs GeraM Radig of Lone Rock and some other ladies from Burt to Minneapolis Wednesday aftd Thursday where they attended the Ladies Missiontry Convention held at the Letfftrhgltm Motel. Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand Mr and Mrs Telko Stecker and family, Mr and Mrs Lowell Schmidt and family, Chris Brandt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Brandt, Mr and Mrs Carl Giesking, Mr and Mrs Sever-Pannkuk, Mr and Mrs Harry Bartelt and family, Mr and Mrs C. B. Giesking, Mr and Mrs John Pannkuk and family and Alice and Minnie Pannkuk attended the Pannkuk reunion held at Clear Lake Sunday. • Jack Easton, Titonka's English teacher, completed an 8 week course at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls last week. Mr and Mrs George Sachau, Phyllis and Debbie were Sunday afternoon callers at the Gordon Swan home. Mr and Mrs Walter Haack, Marvin and Carol drove to Austin Thursday to visit the Hugo Planz family and to get their daughter Beverly who had been visiting there the past Week. Byron Raeburn, his ffoftce aftd mother of (Sioux City vlsfited Saturday with Louts Oester- reieher and the tit. Pierre Sartor family and on Sunday Louis and Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City accompanied them to Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Clarence Loats Jim, Janice and Joke of Raleigh, N. C. arrived Monday for a week's visit with Clarence's parents, Mr and Mrs,Thomas Loats, and other relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Earl Stott attended the Pink family reunion Sunday held at Defiance Park in Estherville. Sandra and Diane Gartner returned with their parents after a vacation visiting at the home of their aunt and family in Detroit, Mich. Mr and Mrs Claire Heifner and Beth, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heifner and children and Grade Heifner were home Sunday to help Lew Heifner celebrate his 72nd birthday. Mr and Mrs Lester Callics and Sue are spending the week visiting relatives in Minneapolis. 19 Herds Tested In July D.H.I.A. Nineteen herds were tested on D.H.I.A. with 319 cows in milk and 46 cows dry, acco'rding to Forrest Hofbauer, supervisor for the north unit of the Kossuth D. H.I.A. These 19 cows produced 330,220 Ibs. of milk and 11.263 Ibs. of butterfat. Cows completing lacta* tions were: Ralph Walker, Jr., Swea City- Babe Ruth. 305 davs, 13870 Ibs. milk, 545 IDS. fat; Leander Menke, Swea City—Dolly, 305 days, 15410 Ibs. milk, 529 Ibs. fat; Jonn Ruger, Fenton--Clover, 304 days, 14460 Ibs. milk, 515 Ibs. fat; Ralph, Walker Jr., Swea City—Ryetail, 305 days, 12460 Ibs. milk, 466 Ibs. fat; John Ruger, Fenton—Til lie, 237 days, 12710 Ibs. milk, 454 Ibs. fat. The high herds for July were: Sidney Payne, Ledyard—1224 Ibs. milk, 40.4 Ibs. fat; Leander Menke, Swea City, 1257 Ibs. milk, 38.2 Ibs. fat; John Ruger, Fenton, 1)71 Ibs. milk. 38.1 Ibs. fat; Glen Grouse and C. M. Gross, Lone Rock, 1117 Ibs. milk, 37.9 Ibs. fat. DRIVE THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY COMING Tues.,—Wed. Aug. 20-21 CHILDREN'S MATINEE WED. AUG. 21 Enchanting , Entertainment!' Bubbling over i \\ Laughter/... I Excitement L.' IN COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR® 6 SONG HITS! Ends Thursday - "SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS" FRIDAY n«v & SATURDAY He called himself the'Preacher'...and he wrote his sermon in leadl JAMES CRAIG'ANGIUJCKINSON Thl| The new thrill story f| Iftbin Hood! . , , "MEN OF SMEJUAffiOB FOREST" fl^P^^^*-w ^p * ^pP ^HWIBIBp^plPSIp ^^ * ^I^PINIpflF •* with Don Taylor *»"liletn Moore Blood-curling thrills . . . JOHN PAYNE ROD CAMERON "SANTA FE PASSAGE' Fast-moving action . . . TONY CURTIS PIPER LAURIE in "JOHNNY DARK' SUNDAY and MONDAY (2 Great Days) STAR OF HUGH O'BRIEN On Deadly In His Aim! ^^r\ / j screen w/flj ; MOT-GUNFU&YL SUNDAY! for 2 days THE UPROARIOUS STORY OF THE HILARIOUS HEROES WHO 'TOOK" TOKYO WITH LAUGHS AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HIM BEFORE as the hilarious "hero" who turned Tokyo upside down in BMQHO/ AUDIE MURPHY 'GEORGE NADER KEENAN WYNN KEIKO $KHOHN AGAR. CHARLES McGRAW FRED CUB,* BURGESS MEREDITH ty» w«SK WWS tWHHtt W W <mw, JACK SHER w MARION HARGROVE PMTOO B» AARON TOPS »^W«SM-K,II«NAI«MI picfu« FUN I Cartsen In §9l»r "PACtWC f P$fT«

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