The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1945 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1945
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3^^ *' ? ** ', ; ^ / " "''I-''-,.,!'i\ * !«„'"- ,/j ', ' ?' ','* : ' -,** ' '. j pmfa&t*' v '» >''•') i < ' t" 'I IETY Elizabeth Jeanne Buthman And William Holdrcn Wed— Elizabeth Jeanne Buthman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John D. Buthman, 3811 Garretson Ave., Sioux City, and William J. Holdren, son of MilfWd Holdren of Algona were married Thursday evening, August 2, 1945, at 8 o'clock in the Methodist church at Algona. Dr. Buthman, father of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony which was performed in candlelight before an altar surrounded with garden flowers. The bride was attired in a white marquisette gown with heavy lace insets, long sleeves, train, and fingertip veil of net-lace trim. She also wore orange blossoms and seed pearls, the latter a gift of the groom. She carried a bouquet of white gladioli. The matron of honor, Mrs. John Kingman of Collins. and the bridesmaid, Marian McGuire, of Algona, both wore pastel gowns. The bride's mother wore a white, 'embroidered, eyelet suit with rose accessories. The best man was Pfc. Edward Skilling of Algona. Meredith Raney furnished the organ music and also accompanied Carol Johnson of Pomeroy as she sang "Because", "O Perfect Love", and "The Lord's Prayer". Ushers were Vesta Feller of Spirit Lake, Phyllis Snyder of Storm Lake and Connie Hairghurst of Fort Dodge. The receiving Ifne consisted of the bride and groom, attendants, Dr. and Mrs. Butham, Mr. Holdren and Mrs. A. B. Holdren, grandmother of the groom. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church parlors. A buffet lunch was served by the chairmen of the Methodist W; S. C. S. A four-tier white, wedding cake and a crystal bowl of snap dragons adorned the table, and pastel candles were set in crystal holders at either end. Reception hostesses were Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mrs. Glen Roland, Laura Heide of Pomeroy, LaVerlle Long of Algona, Marlys Engstrom of Renwick, Deloris Dunlap of Cedar Falls, Irene Wickershiem of Cedar Falls, all sorority sisters from ISTC, Cedar Falls, and Pat Lynch and Betty Jane LeBarre of Algona. Mrs. Holdren is a 1943 graduate of the Algona high school, and has attended Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, the past two years. While there she affiliated with Pi Phi sorority. She Will teach first grade this fall at Alta. Mr. Holdren is a 1943 graduate of the Algona high school. He enlisted in the army air forces following graduation. He will report Aug. 18th to Los Vegos, Nevada, for gunnery school. The couple is honeymooning for a week or ten days at Lake Okoboji. Attention Farmers! Be Sure You Read This Ad New' and Used Implements - Supplies New rubber tired farm trailers. Steel and wood tank wagon boxes. . .... New Idea portable and Kiwanee speed jacks for elevators. Manure loaders. Tractor high-lift buck rakes. Jay Hawk stackers. Steel and-wood water tanks. Hog feeders, chicken feeders, turkey feeders. Steel gates. Pre-war 3-8 and % in, rope (limited supply). Barn rope. Heavy Duty Oil. v Medicated hog oil and oilers. Passenger implement tires and tubes. "*• USED IMPLEMENTS 15-30 International tractor. Manure spreader. Speed jack. V^ Good 1935 Ford truck. * 3; fSPECIAL PRICE ON TANVILAC FEEDS ~ See us before you buy. • Taylor Implement Co. Phone 257 Algona Vlvlaft North CatBllftA Mftft—- Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy firapser 6J Algona have announced the mar* rlage of their daughter, ViVMSfa, to Richard E. Walker, S'dn of Mf. and Mrs. Richard S. Walker, of Kannapolis, North Carolina, on Wednesday, July 25 at the First Baptist church, San Dleso, Calif., With Rev. John H. Osteen officiating at the double ring ceremony. New Machines For Sale Hay loader. "H" lift all pump. Hose and cylinder for Farmall cultivator. Disk hillers for cultivator. . 3-5 h. p. engine, radiator cooled. J /2 h. p. 110-220 electric motor. Double and single unit milkers. Electric cream separators. Fertilizer attachments for tractor and horse planters. Tractor hitches for horse planters. No. 62 combine pick-up attachment. 25-tooth spring tooth harrow. Fertilizer attachments for plows. Power take-off attachment for Farmall "H". Tractor wheel weights. Grain tank wagon boxes. Hammermill belts. Mechanical and hydraulic manure loaders. Farm-Oyl Lubricants Firestone Tires Used Machines 2-14 Little Genius plow. Exchange magneto. Electric cream separators. Algona Implement Co. McCormick Peering Sales and Service Phone 52 State and Jones The bride wore the white dress uniform of the WAVES and carried a white prayer book mounted with a bouquet of sweetheart roses and white stephanotis. The bride's ..attendant, Edylhe Taylor, was attired in the dress blue of the WAVES and wore a corsage of tuba begonias. The groom was attended by Price Farmer, U. S. N., Stationed at the ra'dio station, Imperial Beach, Calif. '• ' Mrs. Walker has been in the WAVES two years and is a communications specialist at the' radio station,,Imperial Beach, Calif. She is a graduate of the Algona high school. Vivian received her boot training at Hunter College, New York. Mr. Walker is a discharged veteran of this war and was a staff sergeant in the U. S. Army. Sixty months of his six years in service were spent in Hawaii. He was discharged on the point system and is now employed by the government at Fort Rosecrans, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Walker will live in San Diego, Calif. Marie Semon and Capt. Wcrp Wed— '' In a .double ring ceremony Tuesday morning at 9:00 o'clock at St. Cecelia's church, Marie .^Catherine Se- -*mon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred <s S e m o n, and 'Capt. Romuald W. Welp, son o£ Mr. and ?Mrs. R. J. elp of Ban- oft,. wer.r. united in mar- -iage by Fath' F a n d el of Sanborn, uncle of the bride. 'The bride wore a white chiffqn .gown with fingertip veil and carried a prayer book, bouquet nf roses with a streamed of sweetpeas and a white Mother of Pearl rosary which the groom had brought from Jerusalem. She also wore a double strand, of pearls, a gift of the groom. The bridesmaid, Vera Mae Semon, sister of the bride, wore a blue chiffon gown and carried a bouquet of pink and white astors. Donald J. Welp, brother of the groom, was best 1 man. Mothers of the bride and groom wore dark dresses and corsages. The bride ,was given in marriage by her father. Stanley Hogan and Guy Reynolds were acolytes. Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Josie McEvoy who also accompanied Evelyn Elbert, cousin of the bride, who £ang. A three-course dinner was served to 35 guests at the Ferguson home following the ceremony; A lovely three-tier cake adorned thu center of a beautifuly decorated table. Out-of-town relatives at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Semon, Marie Hogan and Mary Rae Stanley, of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Ken ,Wilcox of Chicago, Betty Shillington of Bancroft, Eugene Welp of Minneapolis, Mrs. Herman Fandel and daughter Mary Catherine of Manson. Mrs. Welp is a 1940 graduate of Presentation Academy, Whittemore, and for about two years has been employed at the Star Beauty Shop. Capt. Welo is a 1938 graduate of St. John's Academy, Bancroft. He is with the army air forces stationed at Perry Field, Fla., and the couple will make their home there temporarily. Townsend Club—Members and friends fo Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at Townsend Hall Tuesday evening, Aug. 7. The meeting was opened by Mrs. A. M. Anderson, club president, followed by a devotional reading rendered by Mrs. James Magonegil. The audience sang "America" and gave the.pledge to the flag. It was reported that recent members on the sick list are "Miss Deloris Lallier, E- T. Taylor, Tom Steven and John Flora. It was announced that the Town send Sewing group would meet Monday afternoon, Aug. 13 at the club room with Mrs. Jessie • Edwards serving hostess. Also another benefit 500 party would be held on Friday evening, Aug. 17, with Mr. and Mrs.-Chester Willey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson-and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Muckey as hosts. The next regular meeting of the club will be on Tuesday evening. Aug. 21. This will be guest night with a covered dish lunch. Each person attending is to bring one or more guests, a covered dish, and a few sandwiches. Following the business meeting the group enjoyed playing the corn game and this was followed by a light lunch. Mrs. Wm. Ladendorff gave an original Bible story which was enjoyed by all. Cresco Mothers and Daughters— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club met at the home of Mrs. C. H. Poster in Hobarton Wednes T day afternoon. Mrs. E. C. Potter was assisting hostess. Roll cal} was first aid With 28 members fifl- SW&fIflrf* vtti&Slii Of tnfif. ClClD Wtfft Mrs*. Lloj>d Stebbinsrtof.8". dlaf- ence McDonnell AM Mrs. Ellft Bell A card of thanks was read ffohi Mrs. Charles Lfchman 6f VlntoH A letter was r*ad -from Wayne 1 Moore, who is at present' home 1 from India-Burma. 'His home Is al Ames and he is the son of Mr. ahc Mrs. O. S. Moore. New members are Mrs. Sarah Douglas and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. This was the last meeting for the year. Mrs. Bell of Eldridge, N. D., donated $1.00 to the club. The next meeting Will be held Sept. 12 at the home of Mrs. John Fraser with Mrs. Kathryn Sparks assisting. Alma Noble The August meeting of the Alma Noble Guild of the First Baptist church was held Monday evening, August 6, at the Home of the counselor, Mrs. Robert Black. There were 13 girls present, nine of them regular members, three visitors and a new member, Jean 'Spilth, who just moved ot Algona and who was welcomed into the group. Members present were Georgia and Kathryn Richardson, Donna Jean Engstrom, Charlotte Black, Pauline Bowman, Phyllis Richard^so, Arlene Etherington, Mrs. Black and Bonnie Snyder. The visitors were Kathryn Combs, Mrs. Ray Richardson and Edna Mae Sill. The -devotions were given by Georgia Richardson. Kathryn 'Richardson gave an interesting account of James Hudson Taylor and his career. Lunch was served by the hostess later in the evening; Jean Ericson and Robert Bolenus -WeB— Jean Ericson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ericson of Mftson City was united in marriage to Robert L. Bolenus, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus of Wesley, on July 20th at Clear Lake. Mrs. Bolenus is a graduate of the Mason City high school and attended a girls' school in Missouri for two years. • '•' • • ' . , Robert is an Algona high school graduate. He was given an honorable discharge from the arhiy 2V years ago. Following the ceremony , th couple spent their honeymoon in Minneapolis, Minn. They will make their home with-his parents on a farm near Wesley for the time being. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus expect to retire from the farm in the near future. Rural Youth Meeting— Thirty-five rural young people met at the shelter house, Ambrose A. Call state park, last Wednesday, August 1, and heard Mr. Ruppert of the branch summer school speak on the world peace plan as it was worked at the San Eran- cisco conference. Other guests at the meeting were Mrs. Ruppert and Miss. Moore, physical education director of the branch summer school. She taught the group some American country dances. Lunch was served by the committee, and ^he.remainder,?o-fithe evening was' spent Jn sbcialJdaBC- Plans were made for .members to go to the lakes later in August. Family Gathering at ,;' • . O, A. Campney Home— -v. • A family gathering was held Sunday at the O. A. Company farm home for 18 relatives. The occasion was in honor of three relatives who are in the armed forces. Sst. Hubert Campney of Ruthven, Pfc. Harold Campney of Algona, and Pvt. Roy Ennerson of Estherville. Hubert just recently returned from Germany where he had been a prisoner of war. He is on a 60-day furlough and will report Aug. 18 at Miami, Fla. Harold, son of the O. A. Campneys, is on a 30-dav furlough and will report the 19th of Aug. at Jefferson Bnr racks, Mo. Roy is on a 60-day furloueh from the hospital at El Paso, Texas. Townsend Benefit Party— Members and friends of Algona Townsend Club .No. 1 met at Townsend Hall, 108 S. Hall St., Friday/evening, Aug. 3, to participate in a, benefit party for the club. Serving hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Dan McMurray, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goedders and J. M. Weaver. High score went to A. M. Anderson, low score and lucky num- per to Henry Stehle, travel to Mrs. Frieda Willey, table prize to Mrs. Huff and door to Mrs. Frances Moe. The next party will be held at the hall on Friday evening, Aug. 17 with Mr, and Mrs. Chester Willey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Muckey acting as hosts. '. Mary Jane Neville to Wed— Word has been received here of the announcement by Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Neville of Emmetsburg, that their daughter, Mary Jane, will be'married September 9 to Gerald K. Chinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Chinn of Des Moines, at the Congregational church in Emmetsburg. Mary Jane, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Neville cf Algona, is a graduate of the Algona high school and of the State University of Iowa. Graduating this April from the university she had been prominent in activities at the college, especially in the radio and speech departments. Portland Progress Club— ;~ The Portland Progress Club is to meet Thursday, August 16, at the Burt Hotel. Hostesses will be Mesdames Clifford 'RJngsdorf, Howard Sparks, Verna Larson and Will Grover. A good program is planned and all members are urged to attend. Mr. Chinn is a senior law student at the university. TJie brjtte,-slect has been in New York the past few months servr ing as personal secretary to the state director of education. She will return to Iowa next week and will visit a few days at the Chinn home in Des Moines before going to Emmetsburg. Joe Hocnk Celebrates Birthday— A birthday party was held Tuesday afternoon at the Howard Hoenk home for the. son, Joe, who celebrated bis W* birthday. This was Joe's first bjr£l)tday party, and h.e received same lovely gift? Lunch was served by Mrs. Hoenk. Those pre^eni'wfraShefy} Jmper- falli Tommy -B^ugcb, Ma^ry [.jMpy^ ~ y Macwpbjr, rgjii Norton, t?fs%lil €a$e# arrington, Michael . Kellcy " Ctob '" the largest firewtf at the s6a"Soit attended tMff two ball mixed foUf* some and dinner Sunday afternoon and evening at the country blub. Places were set fbr 136 persons. Joe Bloom and f . M. Chfischllles had charge of a short program following dinher. There .Were a few musical numbers, the awarding of prizes, and a chalk talk by Mr. Chrischilles. The remainder of the evening as spent dancing to the music of Cook's Rhythm Clute. Courtesies Extended Mrs.*'L«e Weldon— 1 M& H. M. Smith and Mrs. Raymond Norton entertained twelve guests' at. a bridge tea last WedneV 'day. in honor of Mrs. Lee Weldon wflto Is"' visiting here from Grosse Point Farms, Mich. Mrs. Weldon is a niece of Mrs, Emily Spencer. Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs. N. C. Rice entertained 12 guests at a buffet supper for Mrs. Weldon and Mrs. Louis Verveer last Tuesday evening. Richard Potter Weds North Dakota Girl— Maxine L. Walburg of West Fargo, 'N. D., and Richard ,Lyle Potter, U. S. N., 'Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H, Potter, were married Wednesday afternoon at' 5 p. m. at the Potter home. Union Mothers arid Daughters — . The" Union' township Mothers and Daughters Club will hold It's annual -picnic Sunday, August 19, at the '--Glenn Jenkinson • farm home. (Following the picnic there will be a program. • ' Rebekah Lodge— > • •• '-•'••' The ; Rebekah Lodge. will meet Tuesday, August 14, at 8 o'clock at the V. F. W. Hall. There will be initiation. , BfUnlSW Mtfttiftf «*" fni day e with 16 girls pres : Hotel for>the-busl* J U HOSPITAL 1 H NEWS GENERAL HOSPITAL July, 26: Mrs.- Cams Johnson, AlgonA medlcali * July 28: Duane Hanson, Algona, surgical. July 29: Mrs. Elmer Anllker, West'Bend, girl. JUly 31! Mrs. Max Stratton, Algona, boy. Aug. 3i Mrs. Ralph Andersen," Algona, girl. Aug. 6: Milford Bllyeu, Algona, medical. KOSStmi HOSPITAL July 26: Kenneth Fraser, Lu» Verne, fracture; Robert Welter, Wesley, medical, died. July 27: Chanene cloche, James Goche, Bancrofe, tonsllectomy and adenoids; Luella Augustine, Algona, tonsllectomy and adenoids. July 28: Evelyn Becker, Bodii tonsllectomy and adenoids; Delores Lallinger, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Harold Brandow, Algona boy. July 30: Jean and Lucille Farrell,. Bancroft, tonsilectomy . anc adenoids; Mrs. Joe McGuire, Algona, baby, still born; Mrs. W. J. Ball, Algona, medical July 31: Mrs. Joe Ford, Bancroft, boy; Mrs. Dean Jergenson Algona, boy; Mrs. Clarence Stephens; Algona, girl; Mrs. Earl Lauritzen, Algona, medical; Mrs. E. E Brandow, Algona, girl., , -Aug.-4: Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee,Algona,. boy, expired; Madonna Trenary,-Bancroft,-, surgical.' Aug. 6:'Mrs. Tony Ptaeek, Coiv wlth, surgical; Mrs. Ivan Johnsohv Wesley, boy; Mrs. Irvin Malueg, Algbna, .girl. ,- ;,. 1ft, Gffifolftafnv $«oiii f -r^'A A^icb- ..' *k« ***** >* WALSH FENCERS BATTERY TYPE 110 VOLT TYPE Combination For Both High Line And Battery. •»! S FENCER EQUIPMET '<. '^ Tw * *' .Kohlhaas Hardware. .*•>•>.. 'ffe l- 53 ^. .' . ;' THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 CHOPIN THRILLING As Plaqed 84 ~ JOSE ITURBI LEE TRACY- BRENDA JOYCE * -' ' ~ IttMOND WIBIHH IUNC PIEISSCI THONU CONU "Coming Saturday, August 18 LAUGHS WHOLESALE! • Prices; Children 20c, Adults 35c sonc TO REIHEIT1BER CBERON WILDE COULOURIS For the Heart . For the Ear o£ You Who Crave Ibs Very Beit In StunnlnQly Hondsotne Melodious Tbrtlbl » ..._ Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 12-13-X4 r- r< H ^7 + ih r * J '* *\ * t't-'A -v sea* *-, ,"& " V v _ia4, & ,= *, i., Masks

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