The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 6, 1948
Page 16
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_4-AI0arta Upper D«i Me!n«« , April*','1944 Af Whiit.em&r&, March 31 In a double ring Ceremony Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Rev. P. G. Weln- hold united in marriage Kathleen Maahs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs of Whittemore and Mil ford Gade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade of West Bend in St. Paul's Lutheran church. The bride was most attractive in a white satin lace dress entrain and sweetheart necklinci Her fingertip lace veil with cap effect was adorned with pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow daffodils and white sweetpeas. Lorraine Gade. sister of the groom was bridesmaid. She was dressed in a yellow satin gown with net, and carried a bouquet of salmon color gladiolis. Donald Maah, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Prof. W. G. Brace played the organ at the processional and recessional. Mrs. George Maahs was attired in a black dress and Mrs. Werner Gade was attired in a blue gray suit. Both women wore pink carnation shoulder corsages. Ushers were Eileen Maahs. who wore an aqua formal, and Dolores Gade, wearing a blue formal. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at 5:30 p. m. to 00 relatives and friends. Table waitresses were attired in black gowns and were as follovys: Jeanette Vaitdt. Dorothy Quinn, Eldora Maahs, Gladys Struecker, Harriet Schmeling, and Verona Zumach. Both Mf. and Mrs. 'Gade attended the Lutheran Parochial school, and have helped at the home of their parents after their school clays. They will live on the John Dorweiler farm, where the groom is employed. Easter Visitors Mr. and Mrs. William Raker and twin daughter, Quincy, 111., arrived here last week Thursday to spend their Easter vacation with Mrs. Raker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding. They will visit at the parental home for several weeks. Others who were Easter dinner guests with the Redings were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. Herman Thilges, LuVerne, Maureen and Vernon Bonnann, Mrs. Grace Mueller and Mrs. Harley -Will and Zita Fandel of Whittemore. Others' who spent Easter vaca- tio>} and Easter Sunday with their respective parents were: Louis Elbert, Algona. Gladys Elbert, Spencer, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert, Leland Alig, Estherville, Emeline and Donna Jean Alig, Algona, and Mervin John, Burt, at the Conrad Alig home, Nevin Woodward, State University,, with Mr and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Willis Wehrspann, and Arthur Potratz Students at State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H Wehrspan and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz. Durwood Walters and Kenneth Steier, Drake university students at Des Moines at the Leo Walters, and John Steier homes, Ruth Ann Benke at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke, Dorothy Braatz, who teaches at Westgate, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. Fifih Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson entertained a number of their neighbors, Sunday evening on their fifth wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ever£" Wl tham, Henry W. Schultz, Wilham Voight, Mr. and Mrs. *T? , SriePPard, Ml . and Mrg Nick Mergen, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helmers, and Mr. and Mrs. John AUNT HET BY ROBERT QUILLEN "Men are |«nny Ihings. Pa is embarrassed if he's caught be* ing kind, and he feels all puff- eded up if somebody thinks he's tough." Spring house - cleaning lime is here — for your car. we mean! Let us have it for 9 lew hpurs and yie'll see you out with the sal- isf notion of driving a car primed with Spring smoothness. Let KQS- SUTH MOTOR do it KOSSUTH MOTOR Monarch. Five hundred was played and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard, ^taking both high and travel prizes. Mrs. Simpson served a luncheon at the close of the evening. Barmy of Matrimony The banns of matrimony were announced for the first time Sunday in St. Michael's Catholic church of the approaching marriage of Bonnie Brogan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brogan and Duanne Germann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Germann. which will take place in St. Michael's church April 12. Besch "500" Card A 500 party was held Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Besch, Mr. and Mrs Herman Voigt winning high, Walter Fandel, low. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig, low. A Mr. Erd- mah and Mrs. Nick Mergen received the travel prize. Mrs. August Elbert and Mrs. Edward Besch served the lunch later in the evening. Meyer, and ily Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughters Mrs. Milton Espe, Whittemore. and Rosella Voigt, Algona, were Mason City callers Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer entertained a number of young people at their home Friday evening. Five hundred was played at four tables. Elmer Ruhnke and Mrs* Harlan Balgeman were high Don Hurlburt and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, low, Milton Espe receiving travel prize. A lunch was served at the close of the evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and family of Albert Lea, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, in Whittemore, from Thursday untiT Suft'day. Mr. and Mrs, v Geor Mr. and Mrs. HermaA , Mrs. Ruth Sehutta and family visited Friday evening at ijhe Af> thur Heidenwith home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grelnert had as dinner guests at their home Sunday in honor of their daughter Mary's birthday: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler and family, Elmore, Minn.; Clara Vaudt. Ea- therville; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr. and family; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter • Vaudt and family. Mr. and. Mrs. William Meyer Jr. and family were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke, it being their ninth wedding anniversary. And on Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke and daughter, Ruth Ann, were dinner guests at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Lenhart. and daughter of Storm Lake and Bonnie Biseniua of Fort Dodge spent the Weekend in the honne cf Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius. Bonnie was accompanied to the home of her parents by Roberta and James Hutchinson and Robert and Janet Rist, all of Fort Dodge, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Dahlhatis- <->• spent Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Joynt, near West Bend. The Joynts and their little son Patrick Joseph had taken the day off to spend it in Clear Lake, visiting with Mr. Joynt's father, Thomas Joynt, who is ailing at his home. Ferdinand Schultz, Ventura, spent from Wednesday until Monday here with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz. Ho^also attended the 50th wedding" anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin of Algona. Prof. W. G. Erase drove to Lidderdale early Monday morning. He was accompanied by Prof. W. H. Behnke of Whittemore, Prof. G. M. Wolter, Lotts Creek, and Prof. E. C. Roth, Fen- Extra Selections—Extra Savings on Iy r* - • Furnifufe—CompJetesuilesofnewcstsly|ei A. ^si*--^ and occasional pieces. • Floor coverings—carpelry—rugi— scatter rugs. • Draperies—-curtains—bedspread j— slip covers, • Clothing —latest styles for all (he family, end a special section for the hord-to-fil. Cook With All-Gas What you want.... the new Gas Ranges Have .Automatic Lighting . . . Automatic Heat Control . . Instant High Heqi... Instant Shut-off . . Non- clog Burners . . . Extra Insulated Oven . . . Streamlined Design . . . Not a few, but hundreds of top-burner heats. These features together with the skilled services of your AlltGas Dealer, makes cooking a plea* sure. And remember! All-Gas Cools as well as heats. See the new Serve) Gas Refrigerator. No moving parts-nothing to wear out— It's Silent Tool Gas Brooders Installed and Adjusted. Phone 16 Harms All-Gas Co. i Algona, Iowa After Hour Service Herman Waller Glenn Hwms ton. .the irtfert sttefidecf .a>'n- fetenbe at Lidderdale, Moftday and Tuesday, of the southwest district, A daughter was bflM 1$ Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swansbii a"t« the Park hospital in Mason tiity, Friday afternoon. They hft^ - one other child, a son. »*• Rosella and Harold "Vtiigt, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Miltoft Espe and son Srian were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vfiigt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller of Storm Lake were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisele. Mrs. Conrad Alig was in Buffalo Center last week with her daughter helping take care of the three months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George,. BescHy' who has been ill but is improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade of Wesley spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Bode's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele, and Mr, ^and Mrs. Daniel Foley. ^ Arthur Dahlhauser, -soft-of-Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Dahlhauser, was discharged from the army in California last week Tuesday and arrived here Friday, thus being able to spend Easter with his parents. Arthur came to Omaha oh a fast train and with him was Harley Bruellman of West Bend. The two boys were met by BrUell man's father, George Bruellman, and all returned home the same evening. . , s Mrs. Edmund O'Brien won tint: door prize at the Kossuth county "Rural Women's Day", held in Algona, Monday. Her award was a $12 sunbeam electric fron. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Finnell received word here Monday that a . e ofife" fftnef and a hall to ason y as wee, Visng at the home of ,ijhfclr daughter;. Mrs, Gertrude Hockfettljerty. They retitrhed horiie Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs.. Karl Ejbert en,- tertained a number of relatives at a breakfast ort-Eastdr Siihday morning. They wete Mr, ana Mrs. Bert Fuchsen aftd' daughfel- Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. 'Qrville Fuchsen, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Vaughn, Mr., and Mrs". Leo Walters and son Durwood and daughter Janice, Mrs.' Rdse Schumacher and ISleahor"'.Flem- ing. , Mrs. Harry Secly returned home from Rochester, Minn., Wednesday, where she under* went an operation, at I St. Mary's hosbital two weeks ago, aftd is getting along fine. Mrs. Archie Voigt, who is a patient at the Colpnial hospital in Rochester, underwent surgery at that place Monday morning. At last report she is on the road to recovery. Charles C.' Baas .underwent an operation for a tumor at the Si Mary's : hospital Hn Rochester, Wednesday, and his condition is reported its fair. \ • \ ,22 Years , * Eldora had a visitor last week. 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