The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1948
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at Wicks Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks nave had as guests Mf. and Mrs. Vance Vasier of Lo$ Angeles, calif., who came last week Wednesday, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hall and Donna Lou cattle from Englewoocl, Calif. Mrs. Clara Holm* mother of Mrs 1 , wicks, of Oakland, Calif,, has r-lso been a guest of--the Wicks, and Wednesday, a kinchcon 'was Tuesday - Wednesday July 13-14 Randolph Scott in "Where the Dulton's Rode" Co-Hit-W.C. Fields In "You Can't Cheat An Honest Man" given hM, guests being 12 ladies ttm out of town, friends of Mrs. Holm whom she had ' inert' for- Thurs. - Fri. - -Sat,, July 15*16-17 FIGHTING A KILLER'S MOB! Co-Hit KENT TAYLOR • PEGGY KNUDSEN Directed by WILLIAM "f. CLAXTON Serial—"Dangers of Canadian Mounted" Sun. - Mon. -Jues. - Wed., July 13-19-20-21 GENE TIERNEY in Tobacco Road !enti)ry-Fox Encore! Co-Hit HENRY FONDA i«v THE CRAPES OF WRATH , Thursday,, Mrs. Wloks, accompanied by her inothei', 'wfent to Kahawha to spend the rest of the week. Mrs. Holm will' accompany tho Halls back t& California early in tho week. Guests at Okobdji •Mesdames W. A. Hall, L. W. Smith and W. K. Laivell were guests of Mrs. H. J. Gowan at Lake Okoboji, Wednesday. Family Picnic at Lake- Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold spent Wednesday at Clear Lake, where a family picnic was held at the Leo Edwards. Others attending we're Mrs. William AaU derks of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Aalderks of Cincinnati, Ohio, Garden Club Picnic— ) .Members of the Garden club planned an annual pihpic today, Tuesday, at 6:30 p. rrt. at the shelter house at Call State park, members are to bring -sandwiches, a covered disli-'and their own china and silverware. Gift for Hasle?s— " Mrs. H. S. Montgomery entertained at her home 'last Wednesday evening .Instead of the usual hostess gift, she 'was presented with the gift value in cash and that she donated to the Auxiliary of the VFW. V, F. W. Auxiliary Party— .' Mrs. Fred Plumb will be hostess to VPW Auxiliary members at a party Wednesday eve.ning at her home in Union township. Losers in a membership campaign will entertain, the winners. Riverdale Friendly Glut _ •'.' The ' Riverdale Friendly club had a family picnic the Fourth- of-July at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker, with a bountiful dinner. Club guests were Vlr. and Mrs. Australia Grace of Jes Moines ahd Mr. and • Mrs Ray Fitch of Hurt. 'Club families present included thev Peter Halsruds, Wm, Bold- rld ges Sr., Verl Pattersons, Howard Scnobys, Lyle Steeles, Raymond Metzens, August Bernaus, Julius- Capesius, Anton 'Weyderts, John Lentschs, Wilfred Schnei- F G M,' A vL™ d Gri11 and son ' a »d" Eddie Thnges. Leave On Vacation-r- : Mr. and -Mrs. Harold Frisledt and, their daughter Virginia left ihursday for a two weeks vacation. They were to. stop for a tew days with MrsJ^.-abistedt's mother, .Mrs. Clara • 'iBrinl, at Clarence, where Mrs. Fristedt was to remain since her mother; ™ in _P? or health. From Clarence Mr. Fristedt and V Virginia were to go to Burlington for the remainder of the vacatiSnfWtth his aged', parents.. ReturjMfil 1 they will stop for Mrs. Fnftettt. Here On a Visit— fc , Rebecca Davis ."of Baltimore spent last Tuesday and \Weanes- oay with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holzhammor.' Miss Davis, a former Episcopal college w.orker at -Iowa City, is now 'director of Christian education 'ofrthe Iowa aiocese. She was a friend of the Holzhammers at Iowa City. Plum Creek Meeting— ' ; The Plum Creek Woman's club ill meet Wednesday,. July 14, at 2:30 p. m. at Mrs. Wm. K. Fergusons. '; : The hostesses will be Mesdames Hugh R,aney,', W. 'C. Nelson, and Robert Loss.. ; -. .Roll call wijl be answered by giving hints on relaxing.* • This meeting is the only strictly social meeting of ' the club year, at all others a 1 'study program is 'included. In charge of entertainment' . are .... Capitola btrayer, Jean Benschoter and El gena Baas. . Next meeting of the club will be on August 11, (uests of Klamps— - ; Mr. and Mrs. WaltW Klamp iad as dinner guests Thursday Wr, and Mrs. John Crawford of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Iliff and Mrs. Lottie Graham of Biu-t end Ms. Emma ; Dehnertij-' ; -fOX PNCORITWUMPHI •» glo, Marry Orccnbcrg,, G. D. At- Icn, Mrs. .Virgil Smith,, and K. S. Cowan; V» PV W; Auxiiiaiy— The V. F. W. Auxiliary had a regular'monthly meeting at their hall Friday evening. Routine business vvas conducted, and in addition members were handed materials which are to be made into handkerchiefs and sent as Christmas gifts to elderly women at the* Old Soldiers Home at Marshalltown. Mouse Quests 'Here- Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Marking had as house guests last week the former's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marking and their son Darrell of •Dassel, Minn. Dinner for Teachers— . Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Wood entertained a group of last winter's Algona teachers at Sunday night supper. Mrs. Kirk Hostess- Mrs. John Kirk, with assistant hostesses Mesdames Melvin Burns, Bess Buckley, and Thelma McBride of Rock Rapids, gave a miscellaneous shower and tea' Sunday at the Kirk cottage at the Dkobojis for Eva McK'iseck of Rock Rapids, who is being married July in to Hobart Jensen. Sixty guests are present. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk expect to attend 'the wedding. Putzsluck-Bilyeu Wedding— The Sacred Heart church at Livermore was the scene of the marriage, June 28, of Jean Putz- stuck and Milton Bilyeu, both of Algona. A double ring ceremony was performed at 9 a. m. by Rev James Duhigg. . Mrs. H. G. Hamilton of Bancroft played the nuptial music and was accompanist for her son Martin, who sang, "Ave Maria". Other selections were sung by members of St. John's choir from Bancroft. Miss Pulzstuck wore a gown of white ninon made with a satin yoke and peplum'. A fingertip length veil was arranged on a tiara of beads and orange blossoms. / ..... Her sisters, Marjorie and Alice, were bridesmaids. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at George's in Algona. The new Mrs. Bilyeu is a graduate of LuVerne high school and Hamiltons School of Commerce at Mason City. For the past th'ree years she has been employed in J. D. Lowe's law office in Algona. Mr Bilyeu is an Algona high school graduate and is currently employed' at the Weidenhoff plant at Algona. On return from their honeymoon they will reside here. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck of Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Milford' Bilyeu of Algona. , , Mrs. Kunz Hostess— Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained the members of her card club- Saturday afternoon.'All are residents of Wesley. Guests were Mesdames J. M. Kunz, Lyle Root Hoyt Raney, Harry Braley, John Hutchison, Joe Meurer, . and Francis Hauptman. Has 10th Birthday— Mrs. W. K. Laivell is entertaining at a theatre party this afternoon (Tuesday) in honor of the 10th birthday of her daughtei Sara. attests are Lynn Ann land. .Lois Freisner, D Skogstrom, Kalhy Uefttiaftd, Sandra Yeoman, Judy aHd Mar* da Cowan, Jane Casey, Pete Meidke, David Kouae, Mb Harms, Jean Hall, 'and the honoree's sister Judy. . After the show, the guests will return to the Laivells, where games Mil be played and refreshments served, Avis Johnson Weds— In a candle-light service at 7i30 o'clock Saturday evening, June 26, Avis, daughter of Mr, ' and Mrs. Hugo Johnson became the bride of Wallace, son of Mr. ahd Mrs. Herbert Adams, the double ring service being performed by the Rev. Gilbert Kuyper in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amunson. Only the members o'f the immediate families and-a few friends were guests. A reception was held after the rites. Nuptial music was played by Jacqueline Zentner. The bride Was 1 attended by her sister, Mrs. Doris Clatissen. The groom was attended by Bob La ing. Th(! couple will reside here and Mr. Adams is employed with Leslie Fabcr. Class to Picnic— The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church is meeting Tuesday (today) with Mrs. E. N. Taylor. A picnic lunch is being served. Missionary Society— The Missionary society of the First Lutheran church met Friday afternoon, hostesses being Mesdames August Huenhold, Alfred Peterson and Ed Wolcott. Mrs. Hans Presthus had charge of Die program. Tributes to the late Mrs. Ole Allison were given by Mrs. Alma Nelson'and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, readings were given by Mrs. August Huenhold and Mrs. Emil Benzon, -and a report on missions was presented by Mrs. Ross CalhbUn. Guests were Mrs. Max Bast, Mrs. .Robert Liesner, and Mrs. Luther Loesch. Schuliz-Miner Wedding Alma Schultz and Melvin Miner were married Sunday after- Hampton. The ceremony took place at the Congregational parsonage with the Rev. Briggs in charge.' The couple ,was attended by Geneva Scharlach and Bill Hilton. They left Monday afternoon for Chicago on a wedding Tu«»clay, July t3» 1948 AI06na t/ppai 1 trip and will be back the last of the'week. > The bride is a daughter of Mrs. George Schultz of Cedar Falls. For the past two years she has been home economist for Kossuth county. She is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers college and during the war served With the Red Cross. Melvin is a son of Mrs. Edith Miner. For several years he has been employed at the Hub Cloth- lure; During thef' tya? ns< with the arniy ifu thS^'j Gulf area. • v ,/*! * . _. jrSI Sigwell WobiS fit Minneapolis recently, was graduated from If ity of Minneapolis. Last t w%§l sprnt fishing at the Okobtfjr Spirit Lakes and expects !ti until school resumes n6$i wherl he returns to the tififf) ity to complete a law (SOU? " That Cannot • ••^* . • "_1_ .L" ' ~" f ~" >*«- -» fr The greatest inheritance you can bestow on your child is a sound mind and a sound body. Robust health of body is reflected inevitably in the spirit; Careful nurture through the trying period of infancy and watchful c^re in childhood and youth are essential,.Indispensable to the child's welfare is your family doctor. His competent guidance will skillfully guide your child through the health hazards of the early years.' Consult him frequently. The expense is trifling, the dividends in well-being immeasurable. >jr, • For reliable prescription service, call on us; P T IONS PHONE 252 s P;B c i ALGONA, puJn n e|- Hosts— 1 , v/ Mr, and Mrs.- Fred Jtent • Jr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith gave a rout dinner Friday evening at ne Country club. Guests were Messrs. and r Mesdames Rex Tayor, Bob Dewel, Murray Mowers, Job LaBavre, W: A. Hall, W. K. , B W c( Morck, Claude Sla- Our V-BELT Experts Can help you get Maximum Efficiency from year . —Ham* —Farm and t —Shop Mochlntt . \ You may bo using too tight a belt. Let our experts help you select the exact Gates'! V-Belt you neeO. . ' ' PRATT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Children's 2nd Floor-is Now Shop in wonderful cool comfort for your children's clothes on our roomy second floor department. 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Tailored button-front , styles . . . zipper styles, all lavishly trimmed J with eyelet or rick rack on fine quality 80- square percales, poplins, or broadcloths.' Sizes for everyone. FABRICS SALE... Summer Cottons ^•r^Tr: REGULARLY 49c to 59c YARD 'M* ! "' *J &• Broadcloths, plisse crepes, percales, shirtings', Swisses . , . all 36 inches wide. Another ex- ample of better quality at a lower price at S & L. '' i ' • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^^^•^•^^^^^•^^••p'ww^^f^piimm Coming Next Friday and Saturday, July 16 and 17 ' -v • . v,.i«. . .' - >• • L ,-,':-'-.-•» T W ~ ",» -V -GRAND OPENING! G'S f "_ j , "jsK r-4J; /*' 'I ^ .}'." > 4 '' I a*» 'i--'i?, ,-v » J s >-t rc^PT" ,<,*

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