The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 29, 1948
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J "• $>V i« i*" 1 * t> V ' •> Ii" JSP.L u-iJi is.;:,, j r " ^ -Thfr seebfitf CoUfitry tltib dflhfrc of the seesaw will be held at the SVlVi Wedh&fiday, June 30. Vdrft Wjft{HiMton'8 band bf -Mlnneaijfolia # lay / w the dtmde - ™ ls lfst- nftpt-aranee • here this bqt he was well, received, in two; dances last year.' ickets are now on sale at $3 a »8 1( i' S ai } ciH £ will be from" 9 unt .» K Bud Zender is chairman of the dance. s t Tic .Tuesday morning, -June 22, In 1? 8 Catholic church-at of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink, a Louis J. Ferstl. son of George y 'Ferstl, were 1 united in marriage;. o.i a double ring ecFerrioh'y. .iJSffi £$?, ^^by;playfed"the », i soloist, The bride's gown was d -. with .; a lace-trimmed •.. e, long sleeves: and a fit r led bodice of satin /from which Ml a full sheer skirt and sweeping tram, A lace edged fingertip- length veil was held in place with a tU n.rajf Crystal beads '.and she carried a bouquet of pink .roses, The bride's sister Helen was maid-of*honoty and another .sister Phyllis, was bridesmaid. Roland and Jarrtes Haas Were thd bridegroom's attendants. •. The bridal party was .served breakfast .at the Fcrstl home, the wedding dinner- -was held 'at George s ; cafe for 50 guests and was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents wnere a buffet supper was served to a large group of relatives and friends. : / ! . t,, A wedding dance was held at Floral hall at Algona. 'The bride, was .graduated from s j- Cecelia's academy 'in-the class. of 1940. She has been employed by. the Bell telephone company here. ;' The" groom is engaged in farming The couple spent a few days at Iowa lakes but later will take a trip to Wisconsin and points aast. ' . . ' . - . . . _.jfmpljtamlty feuftlbifi was at Itos' Elmf f. Pfltif Home, _-.ay> June.'27,-. Despite the i there wefie 98 in attendance. Those, fittefidihg from this area wfere Mrs. Cora Raftey>bf. Algona. Mrs. Leila Kahey fifld ' Everafd *«d the, Ernest afid'Guy Raney families of Liverfhorfcji the Rasmus Olson family, • Ottosen; Mrs. Vivian Nelson and children, of Miniated; Mrs. ftoberirMoofe and Aria, Burt; the \DwTg1il < Potter family, Mr. afid Mr& drop. rfohn* eon, Mr. and Mrs. Hay 'Fitch, all $ , Burt; the ftr,- "H. H. Raney family, of .Wesley; the Hugh Raneys, the Lyle' Raneys, the Dblph Raneys, th,e Glen Raneys, Mr. and -Mrs. Ebb Holtz- hammer, the Ben PotteTs. the Richard Potters, the \flc Apple- gates, the Newton Meiters. Mrs. Joe Fraser, Lois arTtf"ESUis, the Ron.Fraser family, and:the Rus^ sell .Walker family, all of the Algona vicinity. Stuari Sander* Weds— ..Stuart Sanders, son of Mr. and rS;.'. Arnold Sandersriof Swea City Was married Sunday at Eagle Grove to Miss-"?Joan Mel- £reni The ceremony was performed at 3 o'clocltjy|ft4he Methodist church- Relafi^^tfrom Al- goha Who altendeKl^f wedding were Mr. 3nd Mrs.iRobert Chambers and their son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riddle, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Riddle 1 and their daughter Janice, and Mr. and Mrs. C. 0., Riddle, Hayfield, Fosnaugh Reunion— A family reunion was held Sunday, June 20 ,at the Joe Fos- naughs. ThoSe attending were Messrs..and Mesdames Guy Giddings and Ed Wolfe,-of Hurt, Guy Carlson of Wesley, John Van Hove of Wesley, • Rodney Giddings , 0 f Spirit -Lake, Harold Woife of LuVerne,-«;and John Gid- dmgs of Burt. Guy.Giddings and Jr of LuVerhe, and Mrs. Kenneth Zimmerrrian, and the respective families.. ., "".?• L - 'A- Wmkel. entertained the "Laf-a-Lot" Bridge club Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. O. E. Hott and the low score prize went to Mrs. Jess^Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fandel ,( . Pictured here are Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fandel,of.Whit- temore, whose wedding Was reported,in last week's paper. Mrs. Fandel is the former Phyllis Crawford of Algonai The wedding was first dated for March but because of'an accident m which Miss Crawford was hurt, it was delayed Until she was fully recovered. The couple will reside ori'tf farm near Whittemore. Kenefick-Quarion Wedding.—' Announcements 'Were received last week by friends of '.the marriage Thursday, May 20, at Brunswick, Ga., of Mrs. TVlar- ;uerite Kenefick to Sumner Juarton, both former well known Algonians. They will be at home on Sunset Beach, St. Petersburg, Fla. •''.-.. 49 COLD PACK CANNERS f • ^Complete With Coast-to-Coast Store JOE BLOOM, Owner CHUCK KOHORST, Manager Second Birthday— Mrs. W. A. Barry Jr. entertained informally - Thursday afternoon in celebration of her daughter Mary Kay's second birthday. Guests were Mrs. R. G. Waldera and Ronnie, Mrs. Al Lichter, Pat and Mike, Mrs. L. A. Tigges and Mary, Lou, and Margaret Ann ''Beartlsley. The afternoon was spent socially, and light refreshments were served. Sunday Dinner Guesis— Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred, St. .John last week Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Minard- of Fort Dodge, the family gathering being in honor of Fa Mihard. Fenton Girl Weds— ster City.; • , Mr. Einspahr attended school in Flagler, • Colo., and=;Concordia Teachers' college, SeWard, Neb. He is employed by Jahhcke and Niebauhr in Webster'City. On return from a wddding trip to Yellowstone the couple will reside at 809% Bank street, Webster City. Poller Reunion— The annual Potter reunion was held at the Cresco Community hall Sunday, June , 20. Those attending were: Mrs". Eva Potter, Sioux City; the Cecil Fosters, Galesburg, 111.; the Harold Fosters, Moline, 111.; the A. L. Powells, Shicago; the Otis Stocktons, Luana, la.; the Raymond Heinz- ers, the R. J. Westlunds, of St. Paul; Mrs. Mary Potter, Chicago; Mrs . Dallas' Alderman and daughters, Omaha. The Ray Miners, Walnut; Mrs. Myrtle Hayne, Webster City, the D. E. Potters and the John Potters, Fort Dodge;, the Don Mc- Donoughs, of Shaller; Mrs. Vivian Nelson and children, Ring- sfr>d; the Clarence Gardners, Swea City; the Donald and Charles Steils, Charles City; the Bert Potters. West Bend. Mrs. Pearl Potter, the Harry Potters, the Elmer Potters, the B. H. Potters, Ray Potter and Don,- James Potter, Mini Potter and son, and the Victor Apple- gates. , 4S at Ladies' Might— "Ladies" Night" was held last week Tuesday at the Country club. Forty-five women were at the dinner Which was followed by cards. High score prizes for Gin Rummy" and "Bridge" were won by Mrs. Chet Williams and Mrs. Luella Baker respectively, and Mrs. Joe Greenberg won the door pVize. Mrs. Bob Richardson entertained a few neighbor children at an informal birthday party Tuesday afternoon in celebration of her son Bob Jr.'s eighth birthday. A family birthday supper was also given for him, at which guests were his grandfathers, Roy Richardson and the Rev. D. M. Simpson of Kenosha, Wis. Bridge Mrs. Walter 2enther was hostess to the members of her bridge flub Wednesday afternoon. , The high score prise was Won by Mrs. Harry Herr and the low score prize was won by Mrs. Theodore Goeders, At Ames Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pousch went to Ames Thursday to attend the wedding of Margaret Borgmeyer to Marvin Miller. The couple wijl farm near Ames. The bride formerly taught home economics and home-making in the high school here and made her home with the Steeles. Presbyterian Circles— _____ The Circles of the Woman's association of the Presbyterian cjiurch will meet Thursday afternoon, July 1, as follows: A—Mrs. Ben U. Meyer; 3—Mrs. Tom Dailey; C—Mrs. L. W. Gillespie; D— Mrs Fred Geigel. Mrs. Spongberg Hostess— Mrs. A. L. Spongberg entertained the members of her birthday club, Friday afternoon. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 29-30 Jackie Cooper in James Stewart . "FRENCH LEAVE" "DESTRY RIDES AGAIN" ACTION-THRIUEDI MM* TOM CONWAY , X, M BuMif DramiM! Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday July 4, 5, 6, and 7 Holiday Hits! Matinee 1P.M. SHADOW STRIPED TAILORED GOWN B«0vjtifv!ly fitted goWn of in?, In bluih pinV Russell Studio Photo. ' The marriage of Dorothy Dreyer and Orval Einspahr ,,was solemnized at 3 p. m. June 20 in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. The Rev. W. H. Friedrich performed the ceremony; i • Miss Louise Bla/ikenbuehler of Webster City was organist • and Don Fleischer of Webster City sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's. Prayer". The bride was given in marriage by her brother Raymond,""" . •. The brid6 wore a slipper-satin gown fashioned with a sheer marquisette yoke ; outlined with ruffled Chantilly lace,»The bouffant skirt ended in a senior train. A fingertip length veil was arranged qn a coronet embroidered in seed pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, For "something old" she wore her mother's engagement ring. Mr. Einsphar's gift to the bride was a strand of pearls. Miss Dreyer's sisters Lorena ad Mrs. Glendora Skrum, both of St. Louis, were maid and matron-of-.honor respectively. Miss Ruth < Krisrwn of Adair and Miss Caroline, Friedvich of Fentoh were bridesmaids, LaVern Einspahr of FJagJer, Colo., was best man for his brother. The'ushers were"Uar- old Dreyer of Fenton, the bride's brother, -and Pejbert Janckjs of Webster City, • • An infoi-mal reception was SCYTHE \ j *'<'•, 'MS and/riips'iali tall;growth I'M. (torn ground. Cuts where other mow* ers won't—close to trees, under l&w branches, under fences and around all obstacles. 36" sickle follows ground contour. Light weight, self-propelled, easy • to handle. Excellent for" farms, parks, roadside * ' and golf course care. ?iXl SALES * SERVICE Kortli Central Iowa Feed&Pai^Co.[ PHONE 628 ^606 DIAGONA^. Open Saturday NighfrUo 9 P. M, Co-Hit 1' .o- !|opgj6ng Cassidgy in "SILENT CONFLICT" •-c ,en at the church for 100 guests. The,bride's table was centered with, g.weeding pake, and other gecpraUons; were white roses and lighted candles, ' •Assisting hostesses , y$ re Mes- arne^ Ate^, Rjidinj, • Sveret| reyer, Art gr8)i§e^Ed M>ye^ tl BoUwffin tew 8!uJ , a »wl Anna Meyer of F 'ton, also MFS, WfUef If rawse Verafta ^w«j y*^ays Brady, T«ira»Qjrt; and iMnise Kraulejois' $aft r>nr)B<* oil n«,,ol«n „* 4U_ UC:J_ 4th of Jlly Closing ' .' * : ^ C, All Business Firms, Banks and « • . **•*» / if . ., Professional Offices »JfJ^fj*»is^^ ' ' '. ,"" V ' t "< ! V"i ,.# fuiitfay, Juni M, t948 ~"*"~ Afgen8 A Pinch In Newsprint A pinch in Ite newsprint supply of ihe Algona Newspapers forces the papers io condense news material to some extent for the next five or six weeks. The next carload of newsprint is slated for August, and this means that it/will be necessary to use the paper's present supply sparingly if all issues are to be met prior to arrival of the new print. Kossuth 53rd In Sale Of Bonds Kossuth county dropped back into 53rd place in the 'state in the percent of Security Bonds sold since the drive began. Kossuth had purchased $585,425 of its $1,204,637 quota, or 48.19 percent, A meeting of township chairmen for the drive is slated for this evening, June 29, at 8 p. m. in the courthouse, Chet Kurtz, county chairman, said. ALS6NA Published Upper Des'Moinel J. W. Haggard, R, C. S. firlft Entered as Second Clara the Postoffice at AlgdRl under act of CdttgPesS 1879. Issued Weekly* CLUB 16 Announcing New _,._. Hours 6 p. m. fo 3 a. Wnl Sunday rrom 11 a. 9 p. m. Entire private floor for group gatherings, I eons, weddings, etc; Call 69-R2 For Reservatiol Best of Food Best of Sef One Mile South Algont (Watch for Formal Operif • •?? •N,! Tuesday and Wednesday, June 29-30 Tlic Most LovaWe Family Ever to Win' /our Heart! IRENE DUNNE I Remember " Mama co-starring Barbara Bel Geddes Oscar Homolka . Philip Dorn CedricHardwicke- Edgar Bergen =m vj Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 1-2-3., -j F3 ^-fiiZfiS ^VSi.i%fi_i>/*V4' THEDAME^ARE ON'THE MAKE' HER DADi ' MAKGIE '."KISS 5 TELL' a«A "DEAR RUTH "i H .LOBS BJJTL€R. ft«<< BILL GOODWIN'IREMP MEOuc* tIATTIE McDANI . »• hgM,*, P,odu,M« V WILL BE CLOSED • i , July 5th es b Sundqy, Monday and Tuesday, July 4-5-6 '3 MIGHTY DRAMA OF AMERICA'S WESTWARD SURGE... ALGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ,&-.'. . '. i- „ it , v; <;.-»* wi. *\1 £&&*•<*&&:'& li^f«jf^T«*

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