The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1946 · Page 4
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iife: Johanna Recker Weds— Johanna Recker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Recker of St. Benedict, became the bride of Ed- Ward Licktel'g, son of Mr. 'find Mrs. Lotits Lickteig of Wesley, in a c'ereftvony performed Monday, Feb. £8, by Father John Neppel in St. Benedict's Catholic church, at 9 a. m. The double ring ceremony Was vised. The bride wore « satin bodice dress with a marquisette yoke trimmed with a wide lace ruffle and long satin sleeves and a full marquisette skirl and long train. She wore a beautiful ruffle-edged knee-length veil held together \vith a crown. Her bouquet was of red roses centered with a corsage. She also carried a pearl rosary, gift of the groom. Her bridesmaid was Marie Recker, a sister, who wore a light blue taffeta gown with matching head dress. Her bouquet was of pink carnations. Robert Lickteig, brother of the groom, acted as best mar.. The couple's mothers wore dark dresses with corsages of red roses. Following the ceremony a reception was .held at the home of the bride's parents with about 50 guests present. A three-course dinner was served. The table was centered with a three-tier wedding • cake with a miniature bride and groom on top. The couple entertained their friends at a wedding dance in the evening at Wesley. Following the danc§ they left for a week's wedding trip. The bridegroom was discharged jn January "after spending four ' years and three months in the army. He will be engaged in farming. four and a half years on the islands in the south Pacific. Weds in California— At the First Presbyterian church in San Diego, Calif., Dorothy Ellen Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood of LuVerne, became the bride of Sgt. Wilbur Martin of .the U. S. Marine Corps, formerly of Britt, on Saturday evening, February 16th, at 7:00 o'clock. The Rev. Thomas Coyle officiated at the ceremony. The bride was attired in a pale blue street-length dress with black accessories and carried white orchids. Her attendant, Mrs. Lyle Jenkins, of San Diego, Calif., wore an old rose street-length dress with black accessories and purple orchid. The .groom was attended by Pfc. Sam L. Mathis, also of the U. S. Marine Corps. A wedding dinner was served at a San Diego hotel. •Mrs. Martin will remain with her husband at Oceanside, Calif., until he receives his discharge in May. Sgt. Martin has been in the Marine corps six years spending Kathleen Kimkftl Weds— St. Benedict church was the scene of u beautiful wedding Tuesday Feb. 26, when Kathleen Marie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Kunkel of LuVerne, and William George, son of Mr. ;url Mrs. Anton Becker of Mode, wore united in marriage. The single ring ceremony was used and the Solemn High Mass was said by Rev, N. P. Becker, uncle of the groom from Koyai, Iowa. Rev. George J. Theobald, deacon, from St. Joe, and Rev. J. J. Neppel, sub-deacon, from St. Benedict. Acolytes wore Conrad Kunkel, brother of the bride, and Harold Eischen, cousin of the groom. The bridal couple approached the altar as Marie Seimers plnyec! the organ. The bride wore a white satin gown with lace inserts and a long tulle veil with a lace trim and a lace and seed pearl crown. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift of the groom. She carried a shower bouquet of Madonna lilies and pink roses. Helen Becker, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. She wore a 'blue celanese rayon gown with white frosted flowers and a white sequin cap .and veil. She carried an arm bouquet of jonquils and red carnations. The 'best man was Virgil Kunkel. brother of the bride. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress, and the groom's mother wore a black sheer dress. Both wore corsages of jonquils. A three-course dinner was served at the .bride's home. A three- tier wedding cake was centerpiece for the bride's table. Decorations were in 'blue and white. The couple is entertaining their friends this evening at a dance at Livermore hall. Out-of-town relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Spungler of Janesville, Minn., Pvt. Bernard Kunkel of Fort Leavenv/ortli, Kansas, and Pvt. Albin Kayser of Fort Hancock, New Jersey. The couple will be on a farm FIX. miles east of West Bend after March 1st. Algona 4-H Club flleetinff— The regular meeting of the Algona boys 4-H club met Monday evening with Dick Sarchet as host. There were nine members and one visitor present. Plans were made for a party with the boys acting as hosts. An interesting speech was given by Gerald Brown on "What to Feed Livestock". A talk was also, given by Harold Bosworlh on "Kinds of Hay". A discussiori Mlowed both talks. ,..,..., v Following the business .frteeting the boys wore served a lunch by Mrs. Sarchet. —o— Royal tolehbdt Parly— The Royal Neighbors of America will have a pop'ular game party Thursday night, Feb. 28, at 8:00 p. m. Degree of Honor members put a circle around March 4th— pot luck supper at 7 o'clock. Plum Creek fellte Club— The monthly meeting of tho Plum Creek girls' 4-H club was held at Joan Bleich's home on February 9. Nine members were present. At this meeting the girls decided lo give a party for the 4-H boys on 'March 1 *t the Center school house.. Pictures for picture study were distributed. The girls drew names for secret sisters. A program for Farm Bureau was discussed. A new constitution for trm club was planned. A program followed adjournment of .the meeting. Joan Bleich .gave a demonstration on cleaning upholstery and carpeting. Shirley Miller gaye a picture study on "Feeding Her Birds". Mrs. Long led a discussion on personal grooming. Marian Zcigler led the club in singing "Oh What a Beautiful Morning' after which lunch was served by the hostess. Honored On Birthday— In celebration of her birthday, Feb. 20, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz entertained the following guests at a duck and chicken dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Higgason and daughter Rita Rae o£ West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dyer and grand-daughter Peggy Ruslon, Emmelsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Dwiglit Webster and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson.,The evening was spent playing "500. Mrs. Rentz received many nice gifts. Patty On Birthday— In honor of her little daughter Janice Marie's fifth birthday, Mrs. Wendell Jensen gave a party for her Thursday afternoon. The guests were Danny Engesser and Mary and Jimmie Hardgrove. Entertain For Visitor— Mrs. Minnie Gilmore and Mrs. Ruth Kintigh entertained a few ladies in compliment to Mrs. John Buthman of Sioux City Wednesday afternoon. Othei guests were Mrs. W. C. Irelan, Mrs. Roy Christensen, Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. Nelson Price Mrs. Alyda Allen, Mrs. Edward Blumer'and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Bridge Club Hostess— • Mrs. Richard Norton entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. High score prize winner was Mrs. Robert McCullough, second high score prize went to Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. Jas. Morris of Kansas pity .was , a guest*.' "•&•/• r.."i-' Sir .^^ss^uSi? Mr. and Mfg. Russell Gbok entertained nt a family dinner Sunday in honor of the birtKaay of the letter's sister Mrs. John Wheelotk. Guests were Mf. and Mrs. John Wheelock, Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Gillingiham of Em- melsburg. Mrs. Gillingiham is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wheelock. "E. T. W," Sfidg* fclub-^- Mrs. George Mahofiey entertained the "E. T. W." bridge club Wednesday afterntiott. High score prize Was won by Mi's. O, E. Hott, second high score prize to Mrs. Bert Cronafi and low prize went to Mrs. Mahonoy. Losers Are Hostesses— The low score members of n contract bridge club entertained the high score members at dinner at George's Cafe, Wednesday evening. Following the dinner the ladies went lo the home of Mrs. G. D. Brimclage, where cards were played. Mrs. L. E. Hovey won the high score prize. A farewell gift was presented to Mrs. Jess Deen who is leaving town March 1. Members of the club are Mesdames G. D. Brundage, James Burns, Leon Merrill, Henry Becker, William Dau, L. E. Hovey, John Dutton and Jess Deen. Neighborhood Parly— Mrs. L. W. Keith entertained at a neighborhood party on Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames D. L. Lefert, W. A. Foster, C. L. Ingersoll, H. R, ^otfgins, Glen Roland, Jerry Helgens, ' Karl Willasson, 'Robert Willasson and daughter Barbara, L. Maasdam, James Kelso, and Miss Anna Ingersoll. Thimble Club Meets— Townsend Club Meets— Tho Townsend club sponsored a "500" party Thursday evening which was well attended. Paul Richardson won the high score prize. Mrs. George Willey won the low score prize, Mrs. Goilden won the door prize and the chair prize vvas won by Henry Stehlc. Hostesses were Mrs. John Briggs and Mrs. William Muckey. The next meeting will be March 7, at which time Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson and Edward O'Neill will be (he committee. . Ill'-yitfWMfjf-'itfl^i-"- ,>:•...;: . i• 'v•. : • - ^•-•^•-:.,.^.-^^:^^ I, • ™t&£m&m- BMWA4W : .-. ,,-,« r^.. i .A.-.^ i &S!&BS' ... ^testes- will meet Tuesday 20, at *>:3t> At, tfte Vi " ' eveni«,Peb. eld the •jfhe ftfSt jneeiiftg ttfMA P'reaching Mi&ibrts wilt fife Stihday everting *it 7:SO &l Presbytetlah chU«>h, The will be Dr." Lloyd A. Qufetafstm. 6t the First iMgthodist church Irt Ma* son City. His Sermon will be "Ser vice in All Directions."- . fidde Creamery See Your Dealer Do Not Delay! Silver Wedding— In celebration or their silvei wedding aniversary, Mr. anc Mrs. Jess Deen entertained at a card party Friday evening. -Four tables were in play. The prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Deen were presented with a gift o silver. As a farewell courtesy ,lo Mrs. Forest Woods who is moving to Kansas City th,e latter part, of February, a theatre party .followed by lunch at George's Cafe .was given for her Friday evening. The ladies were Mrs. Grady Phillips, Mrs* Glen Hanna, Mrs, Ray Andersoh, Mrs. Roger Phillips. Because of illness Mrs. Glen Kittleson vvas unable to join the group, Schumachers Ate HosiS*" A "500" party Was .held at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Lewis Schumacher, Friday evening. In honor of the .birthday of their sori-ih-law, Earl SHettpafd of Whittemore. SeVeri tables were in play. Mrs. Simon Weber df Whittemore won the high score prize for this ladies. John Orn- fer won the high score .prize for the rrieri and George Kohl the low score prise. Mrs 1 . George Kohl was Wiriher of the travel prize. Past Matrons Luncheon— The Past Matrons club "meets' Tuesday at a One o'clock luncheon. The hostesses are Mrs. O. F. Peterson, Mrs. Clifford Ben- sc'ho'ler, and Miss Lola Scuffham. Mrs. Eva WiHe will be iniliaied into the club, having recently completed her year as matron. Mrs; L. F. Rice, president of the club, received a farewell gift from the ladies. House Guests Leave— Miss RuUi Strandberg and Her fiance of Los Angeles have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker the past week. The couple left or Los Angeles, where they will be married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. EdWard Hmdc the latter being a sister of Miss Strandberg. Miss Strandberg was employed at the Cummihgs store about a year ago before going to Los Angeles. • Mr. and Mrs Claude Corey of Des Moines alsO visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker last week. They formerly lived in Algona. disk's fialry, the flHly daMr'y ftttilMWftf In trl$ tOWh "Vgftrtttr'S totiay nrtilbUHc'gd tH6 SHIC of its bUiHess ,t» the gotffe Cfeatnery effective .March i. According to the terms of Ihe sole the creamery agues to collect the milk daily from Clark's fai'm, take it to Bode to p'asteurlie it, and re- tulh it to trie 'business WdUs'eS in, Livermore for distribution. This gives Liverfhofe- tfasleurteed milk fOr the 1 first time in its hislofy. Thus ends a business slotted more than 26 years figo wWrt Ross Clark, seWo? mewbef 1 of the fit-fn, bought a smriil acreage on the east edge of Livefffibre. At Mie timo he moved onto this acretige he was m poof health and was-attertipting to t-egalrt his aitld at the same time .provide a living for his wild and two childreh. He had Only one covV to supply his family. When a fieigHBOr lady came and wanted to buy milk «e .hated to, turn her doWn so agreed to furnish her with milk. It wasn't long until he was besieged wilh orders and he soon had six cows. His son Don and his daughler Owen assislert him. His business as well as his herd of cows gradually increased Uhtil he lad a 'herd of twenty cows and was surJplylrtg 'most of Ihe lown with milk. Mf. Clark's -two .chdldreh con tmited; to. ^^tt^^Cjjjf they graduated. Jfrorn hign scrWoI. THfiirt 0^6"^! 16*t IttfltiC Hut* UOn joined m father as, a parWer artd CBfttinued in the delivery, ,Fot the last twtt years they navfe utJefated the bhly dalty In Liver* m«re besides tending 16 .their farming interests as we 1 as,toeint, Bucce-ssful hog and poultry rniSers. Don's wife .played no small part simce coming into the finrn five year's 4&o. She took •->•— *>" u ^ siderable expense. «»•>-;." -,."--1 not prep-afed ,tfl. Iftk* «1 ^fA'J?; We had too good an offer to pas.-, up.". • . . : ' ' ^Mr^ Chic PRHSCRIIIIONS® SLOWLY OUR Pliarma- I knows lliat "hasie riiakea Thai's why lic'll neyer. hurry a prescription. Yet lie' knows tht urgency of his job. Thai's why you can rely on US. for dependable prescriptions .... dispensed as quickly as accuracy will allow. t Yoltr., Registered Pharmacist Ohriesorge Drug Phone 318 5 E. State St., Algdn .Store Gti&nmtee 95% LivaMlity at 21 Days,,. : Sevferal thousand h&Ve beeh Sold sihtfc Iti^ ftrist Jtatch on Jan< 18th iVith a death loss dMess ihaii 1&. Surplus Bargains in Batteries 300 W. Rock Cockerels. ....................... Matched Feh 20 250 Leghorn Cockerels ........................ Hatched Feb. 20 275 Special New Hampshire*; Hatched Feb. 20 600 Leghorns ....... '. .................................. Hatched Feb. 23 Day did Leghorn Cockerels .................... $1-30 per IpO x Hatches Every Wednesdaj' and Saturday. a Around Service Nealy Hurt Phones 58-77 Royal Neighbors Parly— The Royal Neighbors are having a party Thursday, February) 28. Each member may take a guest. Tuesday and Wednesday February 26-27 Gene Autry in "GUNS & GUITARS" —Co-Hit— Parts are slow coming in. Spring is approaching. Delays are expensive when spring work starts. Check your magnetos and various other parts of your machinery to know they are in good working order before spring work starts, so there will be no delay when you are ready to start in the fields. We are authorized service station for all magnetos and carry all original parts for repairing them. We also resurface va'ves, grind valve seats, grind brake drums, reline brake shoes, etc. We carry a full line of TRACTOR, TRUCK AND CAR PARTS. All work and material guaranteed—insist on them. Thompson Distributing Co, Phone 124 Algona Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 28-March 1-2 V' •' ' '. ,.. ' •-- . '. ...'..-•••''^ ' -.g-' • •- H% '"; 'v'•'••' You Are Cordially Invited to See The Latest, Greatest PLYMOUTH On Display Saturday, March 2nd at the Showrooms of Hoenk Mot Jlft ^^^ CHARLES 8TARREU at The Durango Kl irnt ifyjiii ..... 'iM^1Ux»WMtMt»iii. llli ' with TEX HARDING • Dub Ttylor • Ot«l« Mtthiwi , and BOB WHIS and His Texas Playboy* i —Co-Hit— Margaret Lindsay in "CLUB HAVANNA" Plus Serial "Federal Operator" West of Court House Algona, Iowa Percival Motor* Dodge and Nebraska Algona, Iowa 207 E Algona, Iowa •• ' -•/• : ';•'.'"•'• •"'•' "4'i. 1 .'..-: ! -;'i 1 . ; fS'Vt'ijvSiS i ~;5Sstf'-.fcf^ft;|^i54|S;^MwSS^

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