The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1948 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
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4 r Af§drtd Uppay Pat Joift 22, 1948 Mrs. Ball is Hostess— Mrs. Wade Ball was hostess to the following guests on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sorenson of Olenclale, Calif.; Mrs. Harvey Reed and hor son Donald of Algorta; Mrs. I. E. Wortman and her son John of Lakota and their guest Mrs. Robert Brown of Kansas City, Mo. Tlfc Balls live on Mrs. Katherine Parks' farm south of Algona. Marjorie Osborn Weds The marriage of Marjorie Osborn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn of Fenton, to Robert Peterson, son of Dr. R. F. Schweizcr and Mrs. Schweizer of Miison City, look place at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Sunday, June 13. at the Baptist church in Bancroft. "'•Rev. Lowell Young of Mason City officiated in a double ring (Tiemony. Mrs, R. E. Weber was and Mrs. Evans Carmean sang '"Because" and '"I Love You Truly" before the ceremony and "Together With Jesus" as the dedication song. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was at- in a white bridal satin i fashioned with a long The form-fitting bodice a lace yoke finished in a sweetheart neckline. A fingertip veil fell from a tiara of pearls, and she carried a colonial bouquet of white and pink roses with white 1 streamers. Miss Osborn's only jewelry was ;\ single strand of pearls, a gift li'oni the groom. Mrs. Milton Madison was matron of honor. The brick-groom was attended by a personal frien. Roland Juhlin of Mason City. The front of the church was decorated with a panel background of white from which hung pink streamers supporting nosegay bouquets of pink rosebuds. • The- base- of the panel was of srren foliage, and on either side nf the panel there were potted palms and bouquets of pink and white peonies. Foih>\vin ri the cvrcmony a reception, attended by 220 guests, was held at'the church. A buffet luncheon was served from a table rente-red by a three-tiered wielding cake. Mrs. Clct Muller of Whittemore poured, and Wilma Peterson of Waterloo cut the bridal cake-. A reception program preceded tne luncheon, the Rev. John DeBoer acting as master of ceremonies. There was vocal music by Mrs. R. E/Weber, Mrs. J. E. Carmean, and Miss Lois Madsen. There were short talks by the Rev. John DeBoer, Rev. Oswald Summers and the Rev. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson xvent to Grey Eagle, Minn., on a wedding trip. On their return they will reside at Mason City, where Mr. Peterson is employed by the Standard Oil company. First Birthday Party- Diane Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levant Moore, was a year old Tuesday, June 15. To celebrate the occasion her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Larson and Velma Larson, uncle and aunts, helped eat birthday cake and ice cream. The Moor'cs live in Portland township. Double Surprise Party— A double surprise party was held Wednesday evening at the Win. Gecring home on W. 'Nebraska. It was especially for observance of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jr- vin Morey of West Bend. The Moreys have a daughter, Mrs. LaMar Climpson, who lives in a trailer home here. After" prayer meeting at the Baptist church everyone at the meeting was invited to Geering's by Mrs. Climpson.who had made previous arrangement. Mrs. Gecring was celebrating a birthday and she was included in the surprise. There were 42 at the party and ice cream, coffee and cake was served to all. Washington, 0. C. The group's usual Fsurth-of July picnic wilpnot be held this year. Instead* they will •meet at the reunion of Co. C. 62hd Iowa volunteers on Aug. 8 at Cherokee. Duncan post was organised at Emmetsburg and members are veterans from surrounding- court* ties. ' Bride at Spanish War Auxiliary— Duncan Auxiliary of the Spin ish-Americnn war veterans had a business and social meeting last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul Wille, while post members were attending a dinner in their honor given bv the VFW at the Algona Country club. The women brought food for a 7 o'clock pot luck dinner following which n financial report was siiven by Mrs. Clark Armstrong of Britt. Mrs. Wille and Mrs. Fred White of Spirit Lake were the auditing committee. Busi- IT-SS was followed by election of officers. Mrs. L. P. Stillman of Dolliver presided and installed these new officers: Mrs. Amelia Vescelius, nrcsident. Britt; Mrs. Eva Wille, vice-president, Algona; Mrs. .Mabel Armstrong, secretary-treasurer. Britt. Mrs. Fr-jcl Stoi-v of Esthervillc was named delegate to the national convention which meets in Plumbing and Heating Irons' "Irons" Are Always in the Fire NO. 57 TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1948 'RE ALL BACK ON THE JOB After a full week of vacation loafing and fun, lhat a'arm clock nave all of us a bad time Monday morning. But everybody made it back out here st Iron's, and there were some wild fish stories. The whole shop is back at work on plumbing and healing jobs, everybody feels tip-lop (even with a little sunburn i and we're ready for another year of serving you in Ihe besl way with Ihe best. during lhal week we picked for everybody's vacation, and when we Iried to lake a swim one day, we couldn't help but Ihink how nice a smooth - running furnace v/ould have fell righl about ihen. Then we thought about the many folks who are going lo need repairs on their old furnace before Fall, and we could hardly wait io gel back to work. And we're already going strong on furnace work. SO NOW WE'RE SHOUTING IT FROM OUR SHOP-TOP Thai Irons' is all set lo go on YOUR plumbing and healing needs. That means everything from furnace- work and new furnace installation right down the line to hot water healers, bathroom fixtures and general plumbing and healing work. New merchandise is arriving at Ihe shop out here just about every day. Drop in and lei us talk over your ideas with you. HEATING ^ PLUMBING Lelghton Mlsba6n>an1f'fibb Hams." ."*„ * St. Joseph's church at St. -Joe was the scene June 15 o the wedding of Miss Martha Thilges, and Herbert Kayser. The nuptials were performed by the Rev. George Theobald, parish priest. Attendants were the bride's sister Mary and the groom's brother, Robert. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the groom's aunt, Anna Kcyser. A wedding dinner was served by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges at their home to 125 guests. A wedding dance was given Tuesday evening at the Figueroa ballroom at Livermore. The couple will reside on a farm northwest of St. Joe. : family BiHHtfta Mr. and MfS. LeWtfartin' at tended a family dlfinef last week .Sunday at Ann Hdgefneister's, Mr. MartlhV In tJeldfield. Others -attending Wejfe'VMti Mar- H ft 's niothc'rTMw. Grace Martin all of Eagle Grove, his sister'Cleft, attfl his brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs;'Don Martin, all of Eagle GroVb, Bridge Club Hostess— Mrs. O. E.'Hott qntertalned at bridge Friday afternoon, 'two tables beirtg^ in 'pl«y^Guests were Mesdames Tom Ddiley, Jess Hill, Bert Cronan. 'Elmer Phillips, Meda Redfibld, Clara Sankey, nnd- Dcna KdhlHaas, Mrs Phillips won the hi<*h' • score prize, Dcna Kohlhaas 1 the'-second high prize, and thfe Into "-score prize 1 went to Mrs. Hill.-'Mrs. Cronan won travel prize,' ''• Is Luncheon Hostess- Mrs. Campbell Humphrey eiv trained at a luncheon Friday at the Country Club. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. F. H. Pruyn and Mrs. Don Alt of Des Moines Following the luncheon, cards were played at Mfcs. Humphrey's with prizes bein»*won by Mrs Pruyn Mrs. G. W. Stillman, and Mrs. Harry Greenberg. Naomi Circle 'Meets— The Naomi circle m.ct Friday afternoon with Mrs. A. W. Bchr- ends. assisted by Mrs. Wayne Riddle and Mrs. Hugh Post. Party On 8th Birthday—* , Mrs. Raymond Gilbert v gave i ! party last week Jtt&ridajV ai'tartf noon to cclcbrafl|F«~the ' dightH birthday of her daughter PathS Guests were Janet and., Beckjt Jergenson, Bryan Simonsen, ; Bilti Fi-ascr, Beverly, St. John, borothu M Jl (TiT Tin t'l/^X A Cri. «.«•« i. T i" Vv -\ .l^K'yt*' 1 ;'' s '-Vi,'/, ''> '-;• , ;-^-,'' " . i,, Judy oH. Gamds the close of me close 011 {•efrcshnientsi Cresco Chums Picnic — The Cresco Chums 4-H club held an all-day meeting and . a picnic dinner, Monday,' June 14, •at>Gall' ! PWa'te»)}aH-k9 i Roli l cafl was answered by naming a favorite pet. . Laura Jean Barr and Marjorie Kollasch were chosen for the' club's demonstration team nt. the ! fair. Patricia VanBuron will be ] delptate to the state convention at Ames. Donna Chamberlain and Laura Jean Barr gave a demonstration and Marjorio Kollasch gave a talk on nutrition. Laura Joan Barr and Marjorie Kollasch, club delegates at Clear Liike. reported on their camp activities. Mrs. Chpmberlain, club leader, distributed booklets on the story of food preservation. The next meeting will be July 19 at Joanne Rochleau's. _ . Darlccn and Bonnier i were played a, the afternoon \\ were served^ ' ' !,». I 1 J '. Mrs. Wilhelmi ftos1e*ss— * . , Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi was hostess to the members of the "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. High KCO e prizes were won by Mrs. Clara Pratt'and Mrs. Beecher Lane. Card Club Hostess— [ Mrs. Russell Waller entertained her card club members; Wednesday evening. Mrs. , Harold Youngbloocl won the nigh, score prize and Mrs. Thomas" Sawyer the second high prize. Mrs. Merle Pratt was a guest of the club. At Seneca Shower— . ; Mrs. Alice Duriy,eia anci her! Daughters Mrs. Elmer Dye and Mrs. Blanche Lage--attended- a- miscellaneous shower last week Monday given fpr^Jvlan Thomp-i son at rieneca consolidated" school. 1 She was marriecjLSaturday at her home in Dep'ew ?fo' K'3iinet)i Campbell, son of "Mr. and Mrs. Ralph CampbelKand:grandson of Mrs.,ide was graduated from the"'- Cylinder -f'liigH : schooP'tlfis Spi'irtg. The groom is tei-ewioly tebfc atufaly In St. John's' Lu church and was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents. At Lakoia Christening-Mrs. Dan Engesser-and Dahnjr were at Lakota Sunday attending the christening of Margaret Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Steven Powers at which Mrs. Engesser was god-mo v ther. From there they went to Bancroft and remained till Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs, I,,,,|T, 'Engesser, grandparents of ,panny if • ' . ' • ''•:')(.;' "jV' ••• ••*." '• *' Mrs. Specht On -Visit— ., Mrst C. , F. Specht .visited 1 her daughter tmd son-in-law, Mr. and Mra. Harry Larson at Forest City several days last week, and before returning home Tuesday went to Buffalo Center to visit relatives. ' ' Guest Mere— 'Ellii Dooley, of Fonda, aunt of Mrs"; Dan Engesser, was her overnight gtlest here Wednesday at the J. J. Dooley home. Mary Sireii Returns — Mary Streit returned last Week Tuesday from Philadelphia, Pa., where she visited Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Streit. At Oxford, Mich.. she visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Streit and from there went to other feltf ..*, an^%S."ftofflef Cl4rk „.._ children of CHhienVllle, Wis., are expected this week to visit Mrs-, Lenore Peek and ether relatives- Mfs. Clark Is the former Ann Ste* brlt*. ddushter 1 of the late Mrf? Prank Stebritz and her. husband, and Is a granddaughter of Mrs. Peek. LOCALS M>, and Mfs. L. C, Hanson Had as guests Friday, Mf. and Mrs. Enid Jensen of Des MolnSs. Mr, and MM, Vernon Jensen spent Sunday at Swea City with Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. DoUrte, parents of, Mrs. Jensen. Louise Pmthus and Maxine Peterson left Sunday, June 13th, to attend Lutheran Bible camp at Lake Okoboji for a week. Dr. A. J. Eason. Beecher Lane, and Mike Rentz left Saturday for Leech Lake, Minn., and will be gone a week on a fishing trip. r ! Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Roelfs and daughter Mrs. Margaret Reeves and son Tommy of Emmetsburg spent Wednesday at the Andrew M. Hansen's. Mrs. Augie Romer of Armf strong spent Thursday afternoon with her sister Helen McMahon. Introducing % HE NEW STRATON 'URDEZfi! .'B'INING THE N ESS OF A FLEXI- COMFORT A'i SOFT MOCCA- S&L LOW PRICE $Q95 New ^ "New r>'. New i /,: ,- .New ..'.>• New ANTIQUED MELLOW TAN SHADE MOCCASIN ALL-TOE STYLE GHILLIE TIE WITH RAWHIDE LACES THICK, GROOVED LONG-WEARING SOLE NOTCHED WELT FOR ADDED STYLE •• Sizes' 7 to 11 1 !;••••• • • . '• ' At Niece's Wedding- Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp. their dnughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett and family, and another daughter, Mrs. Sterling Logue and Michael of Livermore. attended the wedding at Armslrom: of Donna Jean Sand, niece of Mrs. Kapp, to Edwin Strauz of Fairmont, Minn. Clarence Sand and son Richard of Dubuque were also in attendance •Mid fnine here for a visit with the Kapps and other relatives. The senior Mr. Sand is a brother of Mrs. Kapp, Father's Dav Guests — Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg were dinner guests Father's Day of their son and clauehter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Maluec. The orevious Sunday the Malueg families w-M-e dinner guests of; Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris Long, sister •i'iH brother-in-law of Mrs. Irwin Malujg. Si'-'day Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Living«»on and Mr. and Mrs. Frances Liv- ''nw.ston and children and Mrs. Margaret Reinhart t)f Cresco. w°re dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Mink Sanders at Spirit Lake. The dinner was giv- in honor of C. L. Livingston father of Prances, Mrs. Sanders nnd Mrs. Reinhart. Vi"ars Fami'-' Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. William Vigars -ntertained at. a familv dinner, Tuesday cvenine. June 5, in cel- '.•bration of their 45th wadding anniversary. Gimsts wore Minnie Morse of Sioux Citv, and Mrs. Emma Olson of Pocahontas. -inters of Mrs. Vicars. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson of Madison. Wis., nephew and niece-in-law of Mrs. Vjears. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., parents of Mrs. Ed Olson. Picnic Honors Visitor— A nicnic was given Wednesd-iv -.t the C;ill State park comnli- menting Mrs. Don Alt of Des Moines, Mrs. Audrpv Lerman of inmnn and Mr«. Linn Mills of Medord. Ore. Others attending wei-p Mesdames Bob LaBarre, B hvili s Kellev, Richard Norton, William Steele, Allen Buchanan, IN TIME FOR YOUR 'TH OF' JULY HOLIDAY Smartly style for coolness, good look, and free-swing action. Long sleeved styles in a cotton-rayon fabric. San- forized and vat dyed. All sizes. MEN'S SANFORIZED SLACKS Summer weight in a houndstooth plaid. Deep pleats and zip per fly. Sixes 28-42,,.-.,-.;, j * » I ,< i • • Slacks LUSTROUS, FABRIC I.N INQ WOOL BLEND. . *9,.<vrj". , ... 7 95 Newest colors! For weor NOW and the year «* round! Pleated or conservative styles With zipper closures, Baylor accompanied ^. ..elland, Bill Wellaftd ....d r John Smith of Britt returned Thursday from Cass Lake, Minn., jjfhetjfe they had beett since Sun- Say Jin a fisllhlg trip. i Mis. Oswald Latller returned f»orff St. Benedict, Sunday, where she'has been assisting at the Alfred*'Nielsen's during Mrs). Nielsen's. sojourn at the; Lutheran hp&pital, Fort' DodgeV Mr, and Mfs. Catsen Taylo* were taken to Mason City, Thursday, by William Steele to visit Mrs. Taylor's father. A. L. Long, at the-Park hospital, He had re; cent surgery and Is recovering very well. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob 'LaBarre SVent t'o Caledonia, Minn., lo at- ,l6"Hd the wedding Saturday of ,-Blrdie Bouquetj former roommate '6* Mi-o Lft'Rarrp when both 1 were attending St. Theresa's 1 school at winona, Minn. Delores Jensen, Marilyn Miller, and'Betty Dearths, daughters of •Messrs, and Mesdames Wendell JiJHilen, Earl .Miller and C. E. Dearths respestively, left Saturday '/for a week's vacation at the girl scout camp at Clear Lake. Mr, and Mrs, Geo. Sefrii and Mf/ and Mrs. Carl Morck are at Winnibigoshish, Minn., on a fishing trip but are expected home this mid-week. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey .jivent to'Park Rapids, Minn., last week and were joined there by Mr. and;Mrs. Tom Reid and Mr. and;-MrsI G.iR, CodfcL'on a trip to Manitoba, Ca'n. The^i expected t6 "be gone three \^eeks. Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Munger had; as dinner giiests, Sunday, me ' K j|te^'s sister ttrfd '^)r,0ther-in-law, "r Sand'Mrs. Robert Truclsen of West Bend. . . Wanda ; Sherman, daughter- of. : : Sherman,- frofn employee ShS wil , . Vifginl . -lermaft, he and her ' - Mf, Jftd Mfs» Watts* Hi sfleflt jlttef jWiekendc^St. Cloud Mlfift., Ivitft' Mr.-' arid' Mrs. Hube? Pohlman,-former Algonians* MA POhlmaln .toeing •'fernprpted at th Kenl'Wheler'"flifof hire. Thci did some fishing, with the Pohfl .m'ahs. During their absence the! sons, Jack ahd Bavid> were caiej tor'.oy their,aunt Betty,Elbert of Whittemore.;, • . , k • Mrs. Raymond Gilbert an" Patty went to Jackson, Minnl Tufesday, to visit Mr. Oilboit 1 ! parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilt' pert., Upon arrival there the* learned, of .the serious injury suf* fer.ed, by" the 'daughter Beulah iij an auto • accident while en rout£ from' Sca,ttle. ,Wasjt< where sht te'acheS,.. to Jackson, where shL had expected to spejiid her vaca* tion. With her parenjts, She is in i hospital at Sheridan Wyo. Mrs! Raymond-.Gilbert took her moth' er-in>Ia'W to Sioux" Falls, S. D*. where she left for Sheridan to b * with her daughter. " , ,'6U*LITY CHCKP JCE CREAH\ ASSOCIATIOIj Your Summer Shoe Problem is Solved at S&L DRESS SHOES You'll have an'easy time selecting Vh e ones you want from S&L's delightful, summer array. How wide •the fashion 'scope! . Slender, delicate flattery from airy white ,.-* .*.».£..~t ^i, '. n > - -. ., i'- t «'^ t to brialliant cofor^. $7.95 PLAY SHOES Cool as :.5n ice cube , . bare bequtifuf'';'„. . and becoming • . .. Shoes you'll love to wear everywhere all summer, v '* White . . , crisp white to go- with everythingl Top quality soft elk leather sandals to enchance and trim>our ankles. Also colors. .60 COLOR Qgy pnd bright P5 f? rainl?BW qre the $9h err yew'll find in 5&1 AH «nd sling, In dine snd pythpn fin? iih, $2,99 V ,

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