The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 2
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Upper Des Molne* Tuesday, Aprtl 6, !94fJ EMu-ltuhnke Mrs. John Hopkins, \Mrk tUls- sell Pickett and Georgia Gerhart gave a linen shower on \Monday ?vening for Katherihe \Schoby, who is being married Api:il 18 to "Bud" Anderson. Guest.fc were Mesdames William Ban'y Jr., Mitch Taylor, "Bud" Morck, Pr>ink Moulton,-Wayne BoW T. T. Elliott, and Bob .ChrisAejisen qnd Dick Noonan of Eagle Citrove. The evening was spent at g-ames and after the nooning of gifts, unch was served. \ Horftemakefs— Next meeting of the Irvington Homemaker's club Will',be April 22 at the home of Mts. Clarence Ma^dsley, Mrs.- Mabel Haf- greayes assisting. Th^re'wlll be ole'etioh of officers ahd all members are urged to be present. For roll czlll there will be a bulb and seed exchange. The lesson will be'on consumer education. Honored, 60th Birthday— A family dinner was held Sunday, March 28, at the home of Mr. and Mrs... Joe Buscher irt celebration of the 80th birthday of the former's father, Fred Buscher.' Those attending were Messrs. John Buscher, George Buscher, Humboldt; Carl Buscher, Chicago, 111.; Jay Passow, James Fitz- gerald Jr., all of clairej Melvin. Overhelm of Barhum,,, " Buscher, New HamptonS- ' Gilbert and fcoberL fafie Qfovfi Tdhy • LylJ, m<ftrrt L&ker Alfpna; and the i-eip&tiVf ; ilie§; and Francis Bugbbefr sorts, Humboldt. In all, there were 57 guests, '. Mts. 1. W, Nelson Hostess— . Mrs. I. W. Nolsott' entertained a Rural Sewing Girdle" froTrt Lone Rock at her home hefe lff§t Wednesday, March '31. GileSts included Mrs. Vern Storms and Mrs. Cora Bacon of Algona, Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mrs. Dtmald Nelson and the latter's daughter Rosemary, all of Lone Rtick,,Mr. and Mrs. Nelson formerly lived * I ' . ... iS 'Kottk.*i A moved to Algafifi they ,f""" t'.if -',,': • ,;, •l-'.-rr v ^ ,*k' -"£'«'- tft ago Dinner Quetfi*«ii But**. " Mr.naMi. M&.V.Cf&rles Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips and the Tailor's hioWerrMfs,' Fraftk Harvey, .Went \ td .BUf.t, Suhday, where they -freie .dlftfter < fitests of Mr. and Mi's, Hehry Sritith, the 1 gathering'being* 'iti 'cetebtfai- lion bf-the birlhasy o? J lftf§;(H6b- ert Cdgdll, rrt6tB'et.,6f Mrs, Smith and '-atini of Mr,ir • Harvey <• arid Mrs. Phillies. ' Pailfr, Fifth filfihda —»* T j*"*-*'**ij «*4v«. UaHGt w«si/«j i, Dbr^thy ttagg and .hef guest Merna'Lou Latch" ot _,.-....if, MafWrt Milled flfid D6W*' na Akte. Judy and Bonnie Anderson were unable to attend. Oafries were playfea did" at Wi &C&G i of, the tfterAoori,, Birthday cane and ice creffnt wefe'BeCVea. lV8*fy— .-•Wr. --aftd MML Clinton Lighter ob^9>ved their 32nd wedding en- «ive¥sary \Sun'day and hit hotfoj,' tit the, occasion they were talned M6W6fS efttir- merrtber^ of her bridge 'Mrs. ft iurtah ! 'ay filla at dinner , duests \»»e|6 ames E. W, hlns, H. R. M»» / and tfc ReV. andMMrs, 7ftMn, Clyde, TKe 6Vfenih| .WSOpent soclalTy. '/• tejfofi'Mritt club Miller «ml!ejj)?t v t J&d'n* the Blue Bosk Wll%ivert'by Mf§;, Harold MartlJtek, 'Mt* &m$f also^gave art outline of the .ctitimy meetihg to b& held Attril 20 'arrltoftka, > lite flext meetlfig 'will be -held • Wednesday, April 21, with/Mr^, Leaftder Seefe!dr<' <\ - Thr- marriage of Evelyn Dau and Wilbert Ruhmce of Whittemore was solemnized Sunchiy at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church hctie. The Rev. L. H.. Loesch performed a double ring ceremony in the presence of J30 guests. Nuptial music was played by Mrs. Loren Brown. Preceding the ceremony Miss Jonn Balguman sang "O 'Perfect Love" and follov/ing the exchange of vows, "The Lord's Prayer". •Miss Dan's wedding gown was of ivory slipper satin. It was made with a sweetheart neckline, long sleeves pointed at the wrists and a senior train. A finger-tip! length veil was topped by a seed pearl studded tiara. The church sanctuary was decorated with palms and candles. The maid-ol'-honor was Lorna Ruhnke, sister of the groom. Her dress was of blue taffeta with matching gloves and blusher. Kathleen Rusch. the groom'--cousin, was bridesmaid. She wore a pink dress with matching gloves and blusher. Bill Dau, brother of the bride was best man and Robert Sorensen of Walnut, the bride's cousin was groomsman. The ushers were Leonard Pompe of Whittemore, cousin ol the bride, and Elmer Ruhnke of Cylinder, brother of the groom. Following, the ceremony a reception was held in the church hasebent. Waitresses were Alice Zumaeh of Whittemore- Phyllis Genglor, Lotts Creek; Esther Ruhnke, Mason City; Dark-no Sehroeder. Ledyard: Phyllis Kain. Algona; Nelda Gade, Whittemore. Marlayne Sornsen, Walnut,was at the registration t.abje. The bridal colors were blue and white. Mr. and Mrs. Ruhnke both are graduates of the Algona high school in the class of 1944. The groom is engaged in farm mg and the bride was previously employed at Fort Dodge. She i« a member of Beta Sigma Ph business girls sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Ruhnke will*live on a farm near Lotts Creek tr which they will go on return irom a short honeymoon to undisclosed points. Parents of the couple are Mr ,3m.l Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, Algona awd Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rulmkt ' * Whittemore. ''."{.Out-of-town relatives and K.i.ends at the wedding were Mr niJHt Mrs. Oliver Lents and family of Sac City: Mr. and Mrs. . Vf m. Rusch and 'family, Cedar Fplls, Mrs. Augusta Sor'ensen and Mrs. Elma Sornsen and family family, Cedar Falls; Mrs. Clara Ti-ainm, Council Bluffs; Mr and Mrs. Fred Engel, Davenport' Miami Mrs. Otto Sornsen, Harlan Evangelist Here— The Rev. L. H. Fisher of Benton, Kans., pictured above, ;i nd Mrs. Fisher are to begin a series of evangelistic meeting at the Baptist church here this evening The meetings are scheduled to hold through April 26. Children's meetings will be held nightly at 7:30 p. m. preceding the adult meetings, and Monday and Thursday afternoons. Sleight of hand tricks, magic and object lessons are used in teaching. The Fishers came htfre from Denver. This is a return engagement for them as they were here in 1946. Mrs. Fisher is a harpist and Mf. Fisher plays a trombone. Mi's. Muckey Hostess— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained. the members of her bridge C\ub Wednesday afternoon. Party-Mrs, George Stewart Sr. entertained her birthday club members Tuesday afternoon. JUST A STOREWIDE EVENT OFFERING EXTRAQRDjHARy RAVINGS ON EVERY SPRING NEED . Regular 1.98 Girls' Dresses Wide selection of gay and colorful 80 square cotton prints and solid pastels. Flattering wide - swinging skirts. Also dresses in poplins and broadcloths. Sizes: 3' years to 12 years. 1.57 Women's 2^98 to 3.49 • • . i, Cotton Dresses Nicely made, full cut; some with handy zipper fronts. 80 square percales in fast color, pre-shrunk cot tons. 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