The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1945 · Page 6
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HP SENECA CTRL WEDS JOHN DIXON % Seneca: A wedding of interes to all Senecans was performed a the Sunberry Rec\ory at Blackstone, 111., Friday, August 3, at 9 p. m., when Ruby, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Art Paulsen, and John Dixon of Lone Rock, were united in marriage. The single ring ceremony was read by Father Joseph Farley. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lippold, sister and brother-in-law of the groom. The bride wore a two-piece rose dress with brown accessories. Her attendant was attired in navy blue with navy accessories. Both wore shoulder bouquets of white gladioli. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon spent a week honeymooning with relatives in that vicinity before returning to the Art Paulsen home where they will stay until their recently pur- phased home at Lone Rock is ready for occupation which will be some time this fall. The bride has always lived in this community and is a graduate of the Seneca high school. The groom has lived in the Lone Kock community for many years. and also helps as Mechanic at the Frank Flaig garage at Lone Rock. Wayne Witbefft* Honored Wayne Wilberg and Mrs. Wilberg weffe guests if honor at a postnuptial shower held at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday evening. A program was given which included group singing; devotions led by A. E. Nelson; vocal duet, Mrs. Linus Jensen and Bobby Ullestad; reading, Harriett Olsen; clarinet duet, Delores Wilberg and Jackie Loeft; and piano accordian selections by Mrs. Lawrence Jo- rtannesen. J. H. Jensen presented the honored couple with gifts and a purse to which they graciously responded. Refreshments were served following a social hour. Donald Johnson Returns Home Mrs. George Johnson brought their son, Donald, home from Rochester, Minn., Monday evening. Donald first submitted to a goiter operation after which he contracted scarlet fever. the Bergum home Moftday even ing for a charivaM oft the newly weds. tf; S. W. W6rk fteetinf The United Service Women held a work meeting Tuesday afternoon at the J. M. Jensen home. The women are working on lap*robes, also a quilt for the U. S. W. bazaar which will be held sometime this fall. Raymond Bergum Home on Leave Raymond Bergum, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Iver Bergum, is enjoying i 30-day leave with home folks. He was recently married to Ellen ensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -ars Jensen of Ringsted. He will eport it Philadelphia on Sept. 1. Friends and neighbors gathered at THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23-24-25 3 BIG DAYS 3 Reports by Call Theatre Patrons Having Seen This One— Great Fun—It's A Knockout! MAtMURRAYI ] oo*t ft"** LESLIE-HAVER, I .'••' ... In The funniest Picture Ever. Ss-t To Music! • \ A WHERi DO WE SUNDAY, ftlONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26-27-28-29 Extended Run to 4 Days EXCITING LOVERS! Marcia Davenport's flaming story of the red-headed serving maid and her romance in the home of the steel king! DONALD LIONEL PRESTON MARSHA CRISP - BARRYMORE • FOSTiR • HUNT qtADYS COOPER * REGINALD OWEN < DAN PURYEA JESSICA TANDY « BARBARA EVEREST * MARSHAL!, THOMPSON &?*«!) Mj»y by Jefcn M«»hqn ond %wiyo Uviwi » Bo»»^ on lh« Novel by Marclq Ogvtnport CAUNfTT fn»tut»<i by fDWIN H. KNOPF ' '"4 MfigQ-GOtDWYN-MAYEB PICTURE Lorraine Oftedahl Honoree Lorraine Oftedahl was guest of honor at a birthday party at her home Thursday afternoon. Guests were Janice and Janet and Shirley Madsen, also Jimmy Osborn and Lynn, Sue Ann and Armand Gowan. Glen Crosleys Have New Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crosley are the parents of a daughter born at the Forbes hospital at Swea City, Aug. 5. The new baby has been named Susan Kaf. They have another daughter Diane. Mrs. Henry Crosley and daughter Gladys of Ames, are visiting there. The former is Mr. Crosley's sister. Lloyd Osborn Host to 4H Club The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4H Club held their August meeting at the home of Lloyd Osborn Wednesday evening. Roll call was answered by naming a safety precaution around machinery. A round table discussion followed on suitable fair entries. Refreshments were served following the business meeting. Seneca Saddle Club Entertained* Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen entertained the directors and officers of the Seneca Saddle Club at their home Sunday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quin and children of Lone Rock, Dave Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jensen and Virgil Moore. Following a short business meeting Mrs. Jensen served refreshments. Mrs. Russell Jensen is spending a few days at the home of her parents at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paulsen and daughter of 'Grant spent Sunday afternoon at the Art Paulsen home. The Vern Shiplers of the Burt community were Sunday dinner Gafcet Weds— Ledyard: Ufa. Martha Gabgl received a telegram Monday announcing the marriage of her youngest daughter* Marjorte Cfirb) to Lt. Paul Madsen of Ringsted at Santa Barbara, California. No 'urther details of the wedding or heir plans were given. THe ne*t benefit 600 piftT Witt be held at the hall 6« FfJda fehiftg, Aug. 31, with Mr, attd , Leslie Boss and A, F» curran as hosts. Another one 6h the com- mlttee will be named later, " ' at the Alfred Godfredsen WOO SHIPS Includinqlask Force 58-Closinqin On OKINAWA! JAP KAMIKAZE tfuicids) SMASHING AT OUR FUET! I Off.. OUR COUNTER ATTACK METHODS OUR ROCKET_ SHIPS'.... guests home. Mr. and Mrs.' J. H. Jensen spent Sunday at a family gathering at the E. L. Erdahl home at Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs. Eula Williamson spent from Friday until Sunday visiting at the home of her son A. R. Williamson at Estherville. The Alfred Godfredsens enjoyed a visit from their daughter, Mrs. LaVerne Bryan and children, of Stickney, South Dakota, last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Williamson of Estherville were Sunday dinner guests at the Ole Oftedahl home. Mrs. Eula Williamson was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and daughters spent Saturday and Sunday of last week at Mason City visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Williamson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ullestad, the latter of Ringsted, attended a Bible conference at Elmore Sunday. Neighbors and friends gathered at the Art Paulson home Tuesday evening for a charivari on Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon. The newly weds served refreshments to the self invited guests later in the evening. Marjorie Is a graduate of the Ledyard high school and since graduation has been employed In St. Louis, a year In the Ledyard State Bank and for the past yefir at Douglas Aircraft Corp., at Long Beach, Calif. Lt. Paul Madsen has just received his discharge" on points. He just recently returned from overseas duty. Algona Townsend Club— Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at Townsend Hall, Tuesday evening, Aug. 21, with the feature being guest night. Mrs. June McMurray gave a prayer of Thanksgiving, A special meeting was planned for Thursday evening, Sept. 6, at which time there will be a program; and guest speaker for the evening will be Dr. H. Truman Gordon of Wisconsin. The Iowa state manager of Townsend Clubs John H. Miller will also be present. 0rr Your farms ! In \bur Towns ! ; ncFfell |n Love AfThe\lbwa A nominating committee composed of Mrs. Mary Heard, H. E. Miner and W. R. Carney was appointed to name a chairman -for the social committee recently vacated by Mrs. Lena Magonegil, who has moved out of the city. It was announced that the Townsend Sewing Circle wou.ld meet at Townsend Hall Monday afternoon, Aug. 27, with Mrs. Clara Maasdam serving. H. E. Miner gave a comic monologue called "Takin 1 . in the Sights". ' • •; !' -^ '•• • ; held on Friday evening, Aug. 31, The regular 500 party is to with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross, Mr., and Mrs. Clyde Cooper and A. F. Curran as hosts. : The next'regular club meeting will be on Tuesday evening, Sep- J tember 4. . ]'. Plum Creek EliteClub— '' The Plum Creek Elite Club held 1 its local achievement day Tuesday, 1 Aug. 7, at the Plum Creek Center school. There were 39 present. A business meeting was conducted by Phyllis Kain, president. Roll call was "Number of Bonds and Stamps Purchased Throughout the Year." The vice president reported on the total number of bonds and stamps purchased by the club members. Three new members were initiated by the officers and other club members. They were Shirley Shipler, Jacqueline Woltz and Shirley Miller. Following the initiation talks were given by Mrs. John Gisch, county committee woman, Lillian Peckham, new H. D. A., and Mrs. Pratt, former H. D. A., now living at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Pratt judged the articles on display. Virginia Zeigler and Harriet Grubb lighted the candles on the club's birthday cake. The meeting adjourned with games being played later and a lunch served. Townsend Benefit Party— Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Muckey sponsored a benefit 500 party for Town, send Club No. 1 at Townsend Hall, Friday evening, August 17. A large crowd attended. The guests were served a delicious lunch. High score went to Mrs. June McMurray, low to Martin Kruse, door to Naomi Circle The annual Naomi circle Picnic will be held Friday at 3:00 o'clock at the state park. All Rebekans and their families will have a 6:30 covered dish lunch. Bring your own dishes and sandwiches. In case of rain the Meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Maasdam. farewell Party-— A dutch lunch party was held Thursday evening at the Algona Country Club by members of the Rhythm Club Band as a farewell courtesy for the Orin Spaldings Who left Monday for their new home in Chicago. Mr. Spaldlhg was a member of the band. D. D. Paxsons Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson entertained at a dinner Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman and daughter Joanna, of Knoxvllle, Tenn. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mr. and Mrs. Mart McCall. Women's Party at Country Club- women of the Algona Country Club held their weekly get- together Tuesday evening for golf and dinner. A white elephant party followed the dinner. Mrs. E. A. Genrich was in charge of the arrangements. Vanguard Class—The Vanguard Class of the Baptist church met with Mrs. H. Snyder Tuesday, August 14. Mrs. W. H. Combs was assisting hostess. Mrs. Paul Richardson led in devotions. Thirteen members were present. Sewing Club— A luncheon was held Tuesday noon by the sewing club at Cook's dining room. A farewell gift was given Mrs. Orin Spalding. Members attended the movie following the luncheon. Mrs. Bartholomew-Entertains— Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. This is "Bridgette" club and eight members. called the consists of District D. A. R. Meeting— The sixth district meeting of the Iowa D. A. R. will meet at the Algona Country Club September 6. E. X. W. Bridge'club- Mrs. Elmer Phillips entertained the "E. T. W." bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Boys' Corduroy Bib Pants 1.92 ea. Pin wale curduroy Bartacked al strain points Finely tailored PHONE George Yager, travel to Mrs. Martra Geilenfeldt, and the lucky chair was held by Mrs. George Willey. The lucky cake went to Mrs. Harold Rath. The ALL-NEW | Rcturizafion Of PHILSTON6'5 Novel! Sfl.tb oqers \ HammeKsIf ins MUS1C 1 Tlitq Wroft ThoiE 'OKLAHOMA" Sonqs DANA ANDRCWS JEANNE C12AIN DIC1< -MAVMES CHAS.WINNIN6EK ' '«* Second Operation At Rochester for Sister of Mrs. Bestenlehner Mrs. Joe Bestenlehner Tuesday night seceived a telephone call from Minneapolis stating that a sister, Mrs. Florence Witte, was to be operated on Wednesday morning at Rochester for brain tumor. Mrs. Witte who had visited here and is known to many persons had a similar operation more than a year ago. Mrs, Wimmer Hurt When Swing Breaks Mrs. Jay Wimmer received painful injuries Sunday when she was struck by a swing which broke and threw her against a tree. She had to have four stitches taken in her head and cracked some ribs. Mr. Wimmer and their two children, who had been visitng in Bozeman, Mont., for two weeks, arrived home Tuesday evening. Ma* Napoleon Takes First in 11 Heati Max Napoleon, Vyesuvold green pacer, won first place at West Liberty Tuesday when he paced a mile in 2:10. The horse is owned by p. s. Pattpn, Upper Pes Molnes linotype operator. Max Napoleon has won first place U times out of 12 heats. So far, to Ws first year of racing, he has been enter at gagle Grove, All and West Liberty. ' MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS STOMACH FOB 10 YEARS One man recently stated that for 10 years he felt like he had a brick in his stomach. 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