The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 15, 1945
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p IS: _ALGONA MARY JANE REDING BRIDE OF ILLINOIS MANJplER 5 On-Monday, Nov. 3, a wedding of interest to many people took place at Whittemore, Iowa, when Mary Jane, daughter^ of Mr., and Mrs. Mike Reding, and Wm. J. Rakers, Chicago, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rakers, Quincy, 111., was solemnized in- St. Michael s church, at.'8:30 With the Rev. Wm. Veit officiating. The altar was beautifully decorated with yellow mums and dur- Ihg the mass Mrs, Herman Kpl- lasch sang Shubeft'S "Ave Maria" and St. Michael's choir saftg 'Oh Lord, I Am Not Worthy" accompanied by Sister Mary Leo. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs. Cletus Reding if St. Paul, Minn. Raymond Rakers, Springfield, 111., brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Robert Reding nnd Maurice 'Reding, relatives of the bride, were ushers. At high noon, dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to 35 close relatives and friends. Table waitresses were Mrs. Rozella Frieders, West Bend, Lilly Fuhrmpnn,' Chicago, and Pat Reding, Ottosen, friends and cousin of t'he bride. . Mrs. Raker is a graduate of the Presentation 'Academy of .Whittemore" arid''attended Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, one year following which she'was employed at- the .Congressional Library, Washington, D. C., and the Dept. of Interior ' at Washington, Chicago and Denver. Mr. Rakers is a graduate of Quincy College Academy and the Gem City Business College. He has been employed the last six years by the Dept. of Interior, three years in Washington, p. C. nnd the last three years in Chicago. .. After a short honeymoon, the young couple will reside in Chi- Oiit of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rakers, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MiddendorC, Quincy, HI Miss Elsie Rakers, Chicago, Mr and Mrs. John B. Reding. Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller, Ottosen. DINNERGUESTC AT BURT, SUNDAY Burt- Mrs. P. N. Sarchet entertained Mr; and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, and Mrs, Kate Annis and daughtei Beth of Algona, at a dinner Sunday In honor of Mrs. Dittmer's birthday. Son For tieilenfelds— A son was born early Tuesday morning, Nov. 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey- Gellenfeld at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrifield, Algona> and Mr. and Mrs. C S. Coffin were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Hamilton home. The Herman Bussies, Emil Eimers, Odey Cherlands, C. W. Reynolds and R. A. Bleich were Monday evening guests at the Walt Faulstick home in Algona. Pvt. Wayne Ollom, who has been stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark., is spending a few days at home. His sister Mrs. Robert Keables, Marshalltown, was hero a few days also. The Glenn Grahams, John Em- merts and Mrs. Joyce Graves, Mason City, spent Sunday at the Jay D. Graham home. The Glenn Grahams also visited E. O. Chipman. Mrs. Graves remained for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Graham. G.I Hem* Comfort thai Lull • Houictim* with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon* ui ted«y CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 375 ALGONA, IOWA Algotians Trip To ' One Macte to ith A lettered the Upper Des Moines from O.tto Nelson, now • at Portland, Oregon, brings word of that Alfeori&n .'and other . former residents, nbw'in that area. Mr. Nelsfen, his Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillies and <i niece of the latter, agreetl on Ahort notice to make n motor trip to the west coast. After four 'days and two nights of driving they reached Portland. ' • . ' This trip was compared by Mr. Nelson with n trip he made in 1925 which took 17 clays in a 1916 car. The ..Algpnans were there during Navy \veek ahd saw many battle scarred Pacific veterans. They visited the .Johii Nordstroms while there. John has been working in a shipyard. The party also visited Otto's brother, Loren, at Woodburn. Home On Vacation Amy Soefeld'came home Tues day from Toledo, Ohio, for two weeks of vacation at the home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefekl. She is a radio operatoi for the United Airlines at Toledo, Weekend in Waterloo Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk and son visited from Saturday until Monday at the home of Mrs. Kirk's sister and husbarid, Dr. and Mrs. D. Winder at Waterloo. SHOWER, NOV. 18, FOR Z1TA ML St. .toe: Invitations were received here for a prc-nuptial shower for Zita Thill in the St. Benedict hall, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18. M'lss Thill Will be the bride of Richard (Scolly) Hoberar of Lindsay, Texas, on Nov. 27 in St. Benedict church. Return To Canada- Ed Froehlich, Gene Thul and Joe Tchurner left Wednesday for their homes in Sask., Canada, after a visit here with relaHves and friends. Charles Plalhe and Louis Fuhrmann Jr. spent last week >in Soitfh Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, Rita and Richard and Bill Henderson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Anna Kayser. Mrs. Nick Thilges left Thursday morning for Waterlown South Dakota, for a visit with hei parents Mr. find Mrs. Jake Zeller and other relatives. Mr. .ind Mrs.. Adolph Fuhrmann and family and Mr. am Mrs. Sylvester Wagner wore Monday evening visitors at the Join Thill home near St. Benedict. Eugene Ziemct returned horn Thursday from several years over seas duty. He is the son of Math Ziemet of here. His wife and son made their home in Whittemore while he was in service. Mr. and Mrs. John , „.., arid Richard,, Mr. JndMssY Rny mond Jtonihrtas, Doris Ann and ; Iowftrd asd Bill JtendefsOfi were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Peter Kayser home, ; Raymond .Fuhtfmann left-, last week for Winnipeg, Caanda* Where 10 expects to get employment, Raymond is the soft 'of Mtv find Mrs. Val Fuhrmann ot -Nelhev Hill, Canada, and has been visit- iny here the past rttorith, > . Two At Iowa State Join A Fraternity Ames, Iowa, Nov. l2-~K,entieth Dudley Brown, son i of V; A. /LA Brown, 600' East North,. SAlgoh'i and John E. Btowneil, jon of R A. Brownell, SOJNortl'tlHiMhave' been selected as .pledges! CleDettij Uipsilon, social fraternity at Iowa State College. " : '; Brown is a -freshman in the Forestry Department. "• Returing servicement arid in creased enrollment have enabled 23 fraternities to re-open their houses. Since the beginning of tin fall quarter, 25'7 new men hav* been pledged.' Men's fraternitle hove no formal rushing period nnd prospective pledges may b rushed any time during the year Buttermaker Resigns Bode: Floyd Dodd, butterm&ke at the Bode Creamery for,the, past two years, has resigned MS position and accepted a similar one at Garner. 16WA- OBSERVE ARMIST'E ku Verne! 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