The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 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, July 13, 1948
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inner LuVerne A Bride bride : i also of Hum- Russell 'of _... Rev. Charles R: Buckwalt-, 01, pastor of the church, pcrform- ; cd the single-ring ceremony in the presence of more than 250. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Albert Morehouse, aunt of the ; groom, played a medley of nuptial music. ' After lighting the candles the two ushers Edward Snyder and Gordon Johnson, friends of the couple, ushered the eWo grand- f mol ! le l s ' Mrs. Ella Ellis and' Mrs. Is 1' red Boyden, to their places and t returned for the bride's mother. I(V tcr Mrs. Zentner was seated, I Mis E..F. Green way. aunt of the I.-'. e ' sa "k' "Because" and ; "I Love Von Truly." •The bridal party -entered trio church to the strains of' Lohfn Iron's weddjfig march. Miss Matirine O'ConncIl attended her sister as maid of honor. The Misses Donna Knterem of Des M6ines and Lana Engslrorri of Humbdldt served as bridesmaids. I 'Ralph' Mlnfort, Humboldt,' 8e"rV," &d"as best man. The other attend", artts Were Nathan' Johnson and Phillip 'Hanson, both of vjtufn- boldl. , Following-the ceremony- A re- eep-tlo-n Was held'in the church fboms.-Mrs;''Morehouse 'and Mrs. OrdenWay acted as hdstesses. Acting at' the ' tea' table Were Miss 1 Avei-ill Opfiedahl, Miss Delores 'Harisen, Miss Gloria Hel- wk and Miss Marilyn Solbeck. Migs'- ThelmA Fevold had charge ot the guest book. ' : Both Mr. and Mrs. Russell nti- tended the Humboldt high school, graduating with the class of 1943. ..irs. missell Was graduated from Tobin Business college in-Fort Dodge and at present is employed in the Farm Bureau office. Mr. Russell'Spent a year in the navy, rle maintains a sound and recording establishment with headquarters in Humboldt. After "a two Weeks trip to Colorado Springs, they will reside in Humboldt. -.-••'• '(juesis irorri this area were; ' Dr. ^and Mrs. T. L. 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William In Churet The Ladies Society of the 2hm Evangelical Lutheran church met in the church rooms, Thursday .afternoon, July 1. Games we>6 in 'charge of Mrs. Hugh Shirk, Mrs. Henry Porgande and Mrs. Martha Schneider, A. picnic "in the park had been planned, but due to weather 1 the pot-luck lunch was served irt the church. The kitchen committee was Mrs. Paul Phillips, Mrs. Edward kamus and ^Mns. William Ramus. . ^ Present Church Playlet The Women's Society of World Service of the Evangelical United Brethren church held : Its regular meeting in the church rooms Thursday afternoon, -July 1. De* votions were led by Mrs. Fred Merkle. The lesson Was 1 in charge of Hulda Fritzemeiei 1 . A playlet was given' by Vera Marty, Delia Jean Hefti, Marilyn Hefti, Marilyn Miller, Janice Hefti, Beverly Franks, find Pamela Lowenslein. Lunch was served-by the hostess, Esther Merkle. Cemetery Meeting The LuVerne Cemetery Society will meet at the town hall for a regular mooting, Thursday, July 8. Hostesses will be Mesdames Elsie Steussy and Martha Schneider. N • J Birthday Club Hostess Mrs. Steve Baker entertained the members of tfle Birthday club at her home Monday evening. There wore three tables of bridge in play. Mrs. Duane Neal won high score, Mrs. Hugh Shirk second high, and Mrs. Harold Sorenson low score. Live Wires Met The LuVerne Live Wires rrie't Thursday'at the home of Bonnie Fett. Sharon Waltman and Feeta Fett .gave demonstrations. The club held a bake sale at the town hall in Corwith Saturday, July 3. Doris Fett reported on he.r recent attendance at a camp for 4-H girls. Wallher League The Walther League of the Zion- Evangelical Lutheran church met Thursday evening, July 1. Mrs. Kenneth Wittenberg and Nadine Wittenberg were in charge of'the entertainment. Dennis Wilhelm was host to the group and served, refreshments. The Rev. and Mrs. Ray Baker returned Friday from ' Gordon, Neb., where they visited'relatives and friends. While there the Rev. Baker officiated at the wedding of a niece. Johnny Lewarne returned to, his home in Fort Dodge Sunday after spending two weeks at'the home of .his maternal grandpa-' rents Mr.'and Mrs. H.' E. Rogers. >•• Sharles -Lau-.'ql -Humboldfr *iir spending a few-days visiting his brother Max .Lau and sisters Mrs. Fred Wolf and Mrs. Edward Ramus. - , '" . ' IVIrs. Earl Gronbach returned to the Frank Gronbach home Mon- day from' the Lutheran hdspital in Fort Dodge. ' : „ Mr. and Mrs. Cyril WdocUen''o£ Eagle Grave;spent Mon'day at the home of their daughter. Mrs, Ray Agard and family. Mrs. Merlin' Baker and Soft Bruce Went to Lake Okoboji, Tuesday for a few days with hor •parents the John A. Nelsons and her Visiting brother Norton Nelson atid wife 'of Hollywood, Calff. at'the Nelson cottage there. in the building orr main street that they recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc-e Stm-- derson, C. 0. McClellan and son Jack and Gordon Hinkel went to Detroit.- Mich., to visit tho son and brother Donald McClellan. They droye a new Studebaker home. : The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Joan and Dean returned Monday evening from their two weeks Vacation Chicago, Ozarks in Missouri and Black Hills in South Dakota. Dr. and Mrs. .Edward Green* way of Chicago, Dr. Greenway's: parents Mrs.'W. H. Ellis and Mrs. Lloyd 'Zentner of Humboldt called on old friends here Monday. ' 'Donald Meyei'i who has been attending the'Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis, is now home for several weeks with his parents •Mr; 'and Mrs. Henry Meyer. ' -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hefti and daughter Betty and' Mr. and Mrs. William Hefti and family of near Goldfield'spent the past weeek on a fishing trip to northern' Minnesota. - Sgt Nicholas Wolf stationed at Kansas City spent from" Monday- until Friday with his v/ife . and two' daughters at Mrs. W ; olf's mother, Mrs. Mabel Thompson. Janice Burgar'dt returned., to Lime ' Springs Thursday after spending two weeks at the home of her grandmother Mrs. Mabel Thompson; and aunt Mrs. Nicholas Wolfe. Mr.' and Mrs.. Julius Studer ac-'"M''s Frank St-uder of Canbda went to ;Iowa' Falls Mon'day to visit at the Jake Studer homp. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace went to l New Hampton to visit Mr; Brace's aunt Mrs. Fred Doty who was in the hospit-al there/ She passed away- Thursday -arid. tro funeral was held Sunday at Frederickson. • Melvin Marty and-Arttold :Per- gartdc left Wednesday''to attend the! Evangelical United' Brthren group in the camp at Riverview pafl<, Cedar Falls. Mrs. Harry Thiges spent A few days at the home or her parents Mn and Mrs. Albert Kressih of SWea City. •Mr, and Mrs. Albert Kressln' and Mrs. Manford Peterson of Swea City, Mrs. Eleanor Pompe ctf Waterloo and Vernon Ohm of Cedar Falls Were Thursday Vis- itots at the Harry Thilges home, ' Lila Jones of ' Rockwell ' City Wjajf a recent guest at the home m'Mr. and Mrs. Fred'Buske: Miss 'Jdnes is a twin sister of Mrs. BUske. ., ,B5llv, small son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Frances Safjford of Badger 'Sfj'elll a week visitin'g his grand- ftlbther, Mrs. Frank'Sanford. ".Freda Porgande has gone to St. Paul, Minn., for a few days' Visit with h<>r friend Mrs. Roger Bauls. the former Bessie Schmidt. Mrs John Skogmo and daughter Cassandra spent the past Week with friends in 'Des Moines. ^Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Lichty Sunday and Monday Wert Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Legler and Mrs. Elizabeth Babler of Mqnfoe. Wis., and Mr, and Mrs. hartley Blattic of New Hampton, Iowa. 'Mrs. Mabel Thompson.-returned .Thursday from two week? sp^ent with her son Merle and 'wife in JVIadison, Wis., and her daughters Mrs. Merle Parsons and Mrs. Erickson, Elroy and Waterloo. Wis. "Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Lichty of Chicago arrived Friday. On Saturday accomnanied by Mr. Lichty's sistei'. Miss Grace Lichty, they left for a trip to St Agatha. Canada, where they 'Will Visit their sister Mrs. George Harrison and family. Mrs. Harrison is the former Beatrice Lich.ty, and they are children of the late'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lichty. Mrs. Harold Phillips left last week end for Brighton to visit her mother Mrs. H. W. 'Helmick. She will aso attend' the wedding of BE IN THE SWIM X\NO DEAL WITH -SO, SON-YOU THINK YOU CAN SWIM BETTER THAM A FISH? THE SATISFACTION OF.THEIR PU5ASED CUSTOMERS CAN BE YOUR CU1DIN6 StAR : MJCMAMPLIN SERVICE I PHONE 1086 • 302 ESTATE • Baseball Doubleheader 1:15 f. M. Lotts Creek vs. Whittemore 9 ' t 3:00 P. M. - Lotts Creek vs. St. Joe **** " k < Bath of these games ar^ Kossyth county league >games . , , , * '1 - * These gqmes^are between three of the' best amateur teams of . Ko$syth,(;cj^n*y artd goodgames qre assured, , and Ro?edab!c9 Cream will -;• • .." '*,' r-'' e *'' ! V '"* »."*",• - ¥ *' >he goniei by tlvd-Bwedala Chwie Fswtery of UttlCreek. her brother Charles Holmick at Brighton Sunday, July 4 to Alice •yrns,' Birmingham, England. , Mr. -and" Mrs. Leonard 'Hcrtder-,. son'and daughter Joan of Chica- Kjj have arrived for a visit at She P^iil Henderson home and 'at the hbmff/Of Mrs.-Henderson's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett of St/'Ben'edict. * Mr., and Mrs. Edward Manffev and «on of Janesville, Wis., arrived- Wednesday to visit Mrs.Wan- tey 1 ^ father, $Ved Tjede, and'her sisters Mrs. -Edward' Lenz Mrs Tiwsday, July !3, Paul PhlW^s ''df! tUV*Hle _.„ 'Mrs.' Hafry Fleming 'of''(3orWln •and Weir 1 fafnilies. * 11 Mrs. 'M,'P. Ooehrahe" aritf-soft T«-Sgt. 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