The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
Page 11
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SttdETI? 1 A regular fownsend club meeting was held Wednesday -fiveWngj April 7, at the hall. FiVe nundreci was played following Inc. meeting. * High, score for men was made by Duncan Frasier and second high by William Carney; for women, Mrs. Lillian Palmer had high, Score and Gusty Muckey *as second high. The next meeting will be ,Apr,il 21 at a new time, 7:30. Following business there will be a birthday party for all those Whp nave birthdays in January, February, March and April. Gelebtation-* Mr, artd Mrs. Henry Phillips ancljMr. and Mrs. James Stebbins end; their, daughter Alice Jean tycnt to Woden, Thursday even- gY Id' Kelpy celebrate the bir.thY day of th<* Phillips' daughter,, Mfg. Garnet Pickard. Mary Ann Pieltard, returned to spend the weekend- with her grandparents aftd'Sunday her parents, came for Wei*. Mr. arid Mrs. Pidkard formerly farmed near Whittemore but fait December they moved .to .Woden, where they have a store partnership with the latter's brother Andy Phillips. M?e. Mrs. Hnrry Greenberg entertained at a bridge foursome on Wednesday • evening, guests being Mrs. "Chick" Lbfig, Mrs, •Murray Mowers. arid Mrs. G. D Allen. Mrs, Allen won the high score prize. ' Mrs, Praii Hostess- Mrs. Lloyd Pratt will entertain the "Ruth* Circle of the Presby- t6rian church Tuesday eVerilng (tonight). Mrs. Gilbert Kuyper will give a talk on "A Mother Looks at Alcoholism". / SATURDAY, 17, 2 P. S~f ffytohinson, Homer Anderson, aftdFVin Rechess. The afternoon fy& S§ent socially. A filrlhday Patty— ' Mfffc. James Potter gave a surprise birthday par.ty> Friday- evening, for her hushed. G.uests Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles, and Mrs. Bill West, Sgt. IB. Mrs. Bernard Culver, arid f, and Mrs. Milton McBride. ' . evening was spent at 'cards, 't Culver winning the high score prize and Bill Will, received Ihe low score prize. For Arizona— , . ,and .Mrs. James l^Iurtagh ettfe'rtained Mr. and Mrs. Harry MaaSe, Fenton, at dinner last Week^. Thursday at the parental 0. fiy'.Murtagh home. The James Muirtlghs hav'e. gone to Tucson, Atif.; where they expect to lo date. 622 E, State St. Mrs. S. EL Rabmson-Soitow Living Room Suite Electric Radio Dining: Room Suite 2 Rocking Chairs * Kitchen Cabinet Sewing Machine Folding Cot Electric Washing Machine • 1 Dresser Breakfast Set : 2 Commodes Wash Tub Ice Box Hot Point Automatic Elec. Range 1 Bed with Innerspring Mattress 1 Twin-size Bed, with Innerspring Mattress Curtains Stovey and Clarke Piano and other articles too numerous to mention. Lon Matern, Auctioneer Security State Bank, Clerk (No Properly To Be Removed Until Settled For) Club Met— .•iyfrs. J. H. Brechtbill entertained her sewing, club members Monday afternoon. Bells Wed 36 Veafg— Sunday, April 11, was the 36tll wedding anniyersari? of Mr. and; Mrs. Robert Bell, in observance of which the following relatives spent the afternoon with them;* Mr. and Mrs. Ed\var,d Wittltopf and Harlah, their son-in-law att'd daughter and grandson, Walter Schemel' of Webster City, brother of Mrs. Bell, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bruhn Of Emmets* burg, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, Burl, brothers-in-law and sisters of Mrs. Bell and Loren Bell, their son. V. E 1 . W. Installs— V. F. W. Auxiliary officers for the ensufhg year were installed Friday ni.ght at ceremonies at the V. F. W. hall. Mrs. Leo Immerfall, president of the Burt unit, was installing officer. Following installation there was a pot luck 'lunch. New officers are: Mrs. Fred Plumb, president Mrs. Herman Funk, first vice- president; Mrs. Alfred Larson second vice-president; Mrs. H. S. Tu^ddy, April t3, 1948 Montgomery, secretary; Mrs, Glafa Dray ton, treasurer. Ap- poifjtive officers are: Mrs, Ernst Theile, chaplain; Mrs. E. S. Kinsey, conductress, Mrs, Lucille Johnson, patriot! instructor; Mrs. Cora Smith guard; Mrs. Alta Steven, Mrs., Walter Zeigler, bearer; Mrs, historian; musician. Color _ Steven, Mrs. Curtis Emma Hagg and Mfg ley. Mrs. Flo d "M publicity chairman Mister, this Oil gives you Brown's Studio photo. Pictured herd are Mr. artd Mrs. Frank Schallin of No. Minnesota street who observed the'ir golden \yedding, anniversary, March 24. They were married Majch 24, 1898, irt the Lutherari church at Lotts Creek. The ceremony was performed by. the Rev. M. Furs- 'Mr. Schallin was born'in' Milwaukee but has lived in Kossuth county for 74 years. His bride of long ago was born in Lotts Creek township and has resided'in the county '60 years. When the couple •married they started homemakmg on a farm, in Lotts Creek and liv>d. tnere continuously until they moved to: ; Algona 25 years'ago. They haVe four children all of whom were, present for" the anniversary party. THey are: ,,,.. 4 v ' Mrs. Frank Shelle'ivDickens. la.; Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Whittemore; Mrs. John Callaway, Minn., and Fred Schallin, : Petaluma, Calif. , ,.., The colder) observance was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch in the Lotts Creek vicinity. A 5 o'clock dinner was served at a candle-lighted table to the following: .... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheller, Dickens; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Kathleen and Franklin, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schallin and Dean," Petaluma. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Henry, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Krusc, Royal; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Fenton; Vernpn Finnestad, Fentpn, and the Rev. Luther Loesch and'Mrs. Lbesch of 'Algona. In the evening Mr. Loesch had a short service for the couple after which lurich was served to 100 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Schallin have 10. grandchildren and- three great-grandchildren. The children and grandchildren presented the honorees with an electric refrigerator. • Compliment a Visitor— Mrs. Bob McCullough entertained at dinner at the Country Twin Dollar VolM for f( Twin Dollar Friday and Saturday at CLOVIRtEAF HATCHERY and Oil Chan Using Regular 40eOii Htm Is. Allen M«t«rfs cQHtriution t9 big pared* af Friday end Setwrdeyl' We will «errtp(«Wy for tht P 9 l) gr ,p fl yipri« «f $2,POI Drive In club Friday evening in compliment to her sister-in-law, Mrs. Linn Mills of Medford, Ore., who s visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough. G.uests were Mesdames W. F. Steele, Leighton Misbach, Phyllis Kelly, Richard Norton, Craig Smith, Al- e'ri Buchanan, Bob LaBarre, Bob Williams, Bob Richardson, Geo. Harris. E. J. Zender, Dick Cowan, Murray Mowers, "Bud: 1 Morck, G. D. Allen, Dean Schlick, Harry Greenberg, Bob Dewel, and John Ferguson. The evening was spent at cards at which the high and second h,igh score-prizes-were won by Mrs. Bob Dewel and Mrs. Bob Richardson-' respeotively-and- Mr-s;- fhyllis TCelly won the travel prize. Honored at Shower— Mary Jo Esser, who is to be married in May, was giiest of honor at p pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower, Sunday' afternoon', at St. Cecelia's academy hall.... „ Hostesses were her mother, Mrs. Otto Esser, and the bridegroom elect's mother, Mrs..- Lucille Kirkpatrick, Wesley. "" ! Assisting them, were Beverly. Stebritz, Mary Alice'Fox, Coletta Forsburg, Carol Reno,, and Mrs. LaVonne Murray of -Des Mbines, After the gifts had been opened the afternoon was spent-, at "5.00" and chinker che'x, following which lunch was served/The bride's table was decorated in •pink and azure blue, and a bowl ; of- spring flowers. There were 125 i invited guests. JTp. Wed April 17— _ ! Mrs. Albert Welshaar and idaughters Gladys, Geraldine, and Mrs. John Rudisill of Woden, .Mrs. A. J. Cogley, and Mrs, 'Ar.chie McDanel gave a miscel- llarjeous shower Sunday after- iijpon for- Grace Scott, who ;s be- iing married Saturday morning, 1 April- 17; to Edwin Weishaar, afc 1st.'- Cecelia's Catholic church; )They will be at home in a'Mur- •phy apartment. Thirty guests 5 jwere present, at the shower and, (the honoree was presented w.i.iQ- 'a set of dishes. , ..'•'; Miss Scott has tyjen employed.; at;- the Loebig taxi office, Janet Cogley, Seyeri i ^ ' ^Mrs. A. J. Cogley gave a. partjr Saturday afternoon in QelebrA' tibn of her daughter Janet's, sev* enth birthday. Most of.- the guests were, her classmates, in 'first grade at school, the, com- 'plete list being Margaret and. i Mildred Wi.Uey, Marian iDeanna Lud\y,ig, Sue L ijanice Kinsey, Joan Bur., .Joan Flynn. Kstherine. 1^^~. 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