The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
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2-Aleena Upper Des Tuesday, 194ft Society Motes Suil»i«* oift Mrs, Clifford Johnson was given a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening. Attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Jas. Walker, Kenneth Pryor, Andrew Haiisen, Jim Walker, Evroul Loebig,. tUtph Stodd, and Dennis and Clarence Nielsen, Corwtth, Mrs. Victor Rademaker and Corinne, Mrs. Johanne Hanson and Sandra Hudson and Mrs. John V. Hardgr.ove and Barbara. The honoree was presented with a chenille bedspread and other gifts, line fvening'Vas spent socially, after which lunch, which the guests had 1 brought, was served. her sister Jedrt Barrett' of• Syracuse, N. Y,, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Finch and two children of Cap*<MV Okla., Mi?: and Mrs. Gewge Venton, Minneapolis-, Mlna;,* Mfs. j t C. Jdssey, BttrMngt«n> aftd Madge Benton ( Fayette. Bbb lte«d Wid*^ Mr. and Mrs. L» JV Reed left Friday for Waterloo, where they attended the weddiHg Saturday of their son Bfcb to Jeanette Rogers, daughter of > MA and' Mts. Rtty Rbgets, Mosdarhos Harold Fristodt, T. C. Hutchison, Joe Lowe. Eugene Murtash. K. K. Richardson, and Gay lord Shumway entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Tues- dav, June 1, at the Country club. The afternoon was spent at Gin Rummy and Bridge. Pri/.e-vvin- ners at rummy were Mesdames Don Hutchison. W. E. Hawcott and Luella Baker. Bridge winners were Mesdames Frank Hux- tablc, Herman Hauberg, and Wesley Bartlett. hi.yh; second high and low, respectively in each group. Reunion at Clydes— A family reunion was held Sunday at "the Rev. J. P. Clydes, the guests from a distance having arrived Friday. 'Mrs. Barrett, of Syracuse, N. Y., mother of Mrs. Clyde, came last week Friday. Others who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bennett of Oklahoma City. Okla., daughter and son-in-law of Mrs. Clyde; her son Eugene Clement of Fayette, W. S. C* S; Lin4eB«ort At the W; S. C. S. luncheon at the Methodist church, Thursday, the playlet "Ma Reaps a Reward", written by Mrs. Marian Sigsbee, was given bv members of thf young mothers' Circle XI. Mrs. Bob McCuUough gave a vocal number. Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Mrs. O. J. Strphenson, Santa Ana, Calif.. both prominent members of the church when living here, gave brief talks. Wed 25 Years- Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Irelan celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary June 3, at Clarion, with their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middleton at a family dinner. The Irelans had spent from Sunday until Wednesday at Ottumwa with Mrs. Irelan's mother, Mrs H. C. Black and with Mr. Irelan's father F. M. Irelan, and other relatives, and at Des Moines with Mr. arid Mrs. Ear' Fane, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Irelan. leaving there to be at the Middletons for the late afternoon and evening. Trip to Black Hills- Mr, and Mrs. James Kelly left Sunday for Kadoka, S. D., thence to Rapid City and the Black Hills. They will return via Storm Lake to visit relatives, and since James has a two weeks vacation they will perhaps include other points on their itinerary. Mr and Mr fe,<i6 Geotge Cale, EJiqfeotj. are fettjoy* •rhe bfkJSgrotfftl«is a ~ rv .,, --— service representative* with Wet- denhoff, Inc., and the bride has feeett emgkiyed thete the past ,$everal months as parts clerk. Mrs Erickson resided at Whitte- rtiore the past several years in the George Elbert home and she Is a graduate of Presentation Academy,-class of '46. The past year she has been employed in he Meyer Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson will make their home in an eastern ity, a service depot of the Wei- lenholf company^ 33 itv Pfafio ffecilal— Marilyn Tuttle will present a Toup of 33 piano students in a recital ' tomorrow,- Wednesday evening, at the Congregational church at 8 p. m. All friends and relatives, and any others who might wish to attend, are invited. Piano selections will be alayed by: Alvin Christiansen, Edith Christiansen, Judy Cowan, Mar cia Cowan, Ann Craig, Cleone rrawford, Jody CUtler, Kather ine Dermand, Lois Friesner Louis- Guderian, -Donn Hutchins and Sandra. MeCorkle. Evelyn'McKim; Mary Jean Me Kim, Janice Miene, Joan Rech ess, Margaret Rechess, and Shir- Tuesday - Wednesday June 8-9 Co-Hit Tim Holt in WESTERN HERITAGE // Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. June 10-11-12 WANDERING MINSTREL - of the WEST! a round-up of new tunes and thrills! Have Weekend Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sawyer had as last weekend guests the latter's sisters and brothers-in- law. Messrs. and Mesdames Walter Schlievert of Fort Dodge, and Harold Jensen and Gene idgo of Humboldt. Bible Searchers Meet— The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church is to meet with Mrs. Edna Smith. Tuesday afternoon, June 8. at 2:30 p. m. Birthday is Honored— Mrs. Dean Schlick gave a par- tv Mav 26 in honor of the fourth birthday of her son R.onald. Guests "were Toby Allen. Gretchen Zendcr, Sharon Kenyon. Clayton Mowers, June and Claire Roepke, Bucky Buchanan, Sandra Phillips and Janice Estberg. ey fteeheds»~; Allen 1 R&idL ,-?• — ^egatroffi;'Mattel Stt.. on Stmyer, Steidaft oan Ueoh, P.atrtgifl.y- Iheryl ** '~ ***"" Johtt _ <$fK)£' 6(jI0i lit. «-*^ »»*-.«-. recital. Thefe mil M x _ .„._ ; attort of diplenias 1 aft'er tRS cital. / - Marcella Thill entertained fit a personal shower Wednesday evening for Annabfelle Senion, who wiU be martied Jiine 18 to Loren Courtney, ttfttertainmen was furnished with prizes golrt| to June and Ruth Forsberg and VeraMae Semon, -Lunch was served on' trays, with the bride- elect's having a miniature bride as decoration. John Meldjsen Weds— Announcements have been re ceived of the marriage of John ALGONA tfPPERvDES . Published by the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co J. W. Haggard, R. B. Waller an C. S. Erlander Entered as Second Class Matter a the Postoffice at Algona, Iowa under act of Congress of March ' 18?9, Issued Weekly. rrr. Maxine daughter of Mr. and Mis Nick Bormann, became .-the ride of Norbert" Knecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore' Knecht ^ /hittemore, in a ceremony performed May 25 at St. Josephs church, with Father Geo. J. Theobald officiating. . Mrs. Knecht is pictured.above. '• t The bride graduated from St. Joseph s high school and had been employed at the Kent Motor Co., Algona. The bridegroom is a graduate of Presentation Academy, Whittemore, and is employed at:the West Bend lockers. . , ..._ 1T , , i The young couple will make their home in Algona, at o Ji.. Uaii si. FOR LASTING Jergenson wer'e unable to be present. The afternoon was spent at games, after which ice cream and cake was served. Mrs. Pete Willey. aunt of the honorees, assisted in the serving. Wed Here Thursday At the St. Cecelia's rectory, Thursday forenoon- at 9tOQ o'clock, the Rev. Father Bauer joined in marriage James* Erick=on of Red Lake Falls, Minh;; and Rosella Kreutz, daughter of Mrs. Ella Kreutz, 1000 E, Sixth- street, Des Moines. Following, the ceremony a wedding dinner was served for many friends of the At Teacher's Wedding— Glen Hay Strayer. more familiarly known as "Butch", and Bob Brown, nine and a half and ten-year-old sons of Mr. and Glen Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, went by bus recently to Colo, where they took part as ring bearers at the wedding of Velda Thornton to Herbert Larson of Story City, at the Colo Methodist church. The ooys, both "red heads", were pu- siis of Miss Thornton in the ourth grade at the Bryant building the past school year, and to complete the "color scheme", the :ittle flower girl was also a "red head". The boys were clad in long brown trousers, white coats and blue plaid bow ties. Upon their return home, the boys were met at Fort Dodge by Mrs. Strayer, and their reports of the entire trip and their social debut were most enthusiastic. Ice Cream Mrs. Gilmore Hostess— Mrs. H. L. Gilmore entertained a few friends at cards Wednesday afternoon, May 26. Mrs. Harold Lampright won the high .score prize. A MON008AM PICTURE Co-Hit Freddie Stewart in 'CAMPUS SLEUTH' Added Serial "DANGERS OF THE CANADIAN MOUNTED'' Chapter No. 2 Birthdays Observed— Mrs. Chester Willey gave a party May 28 in celebration of the birthdays of her twin daughters Mildred and Margaret, who were seven. Guests were Marian :,nd Katharine Roth, Karen and Lee Haase, Karla and Inez Knecht, Janie Carney, Faye Loss, Bonnie Lou Elliott Janet Cogley jnd Bob Pech. Becky and Janet 1" for that ctfternooti Lunch Sundaes, Sodas, Malted Milks, Cones . ... try ou delicious ice cream served any way you choose. We also serve cake, cookies and coffee. Packaged ice cream in many flavors. Take home some today. 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