The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
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1 « PAGE TWO tlfiy fchilb bji Opening date for the Algona Country. Club lockers- and downstairs has been set for April 20, and for the dining room and up- stairs portion 6n May 1, it Was stated here this \Vetik, Eafly-bird golfers arc; already playing the course, howfvor. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! " WMPMHMP •. Jiw^^BBBk WWMWf^ _ ^^WBiBf Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 9-tO-ll THE NEWEST SINOINGSENSATION! OF ^. NBC's "SUPPER. CLUfe" Extra Added Attraction, March of Time, "Life With Baby" Friday and Saturday, April 12-13 *•**• BRENNAN WARD BOND OHAMUWON Beware of Red Heads" "Lonesome Lenny" Sunday, Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, April 14-15-16-17 IT'S THE 'LATEST AND GREATEST] OF ALL THEIR " SHOWS! Arlihe Smith Arline Smith, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil C. Smith, this morning became the bride of Paul C..Owens, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Owens of Clinton. The single ring ceremony was performed by tine Rev. Fr. J. M. be Wednesday, May .1 ift Mrs'. Raymond MeteeVi's with Mrs. Ornie Behrends assisting. . Betty Jane Detrick \vas .-bitter* tained Saturday in .honor of her eighth birthday. tJffmes \vfet% played artd lutich wjftS served bV her mother. 'Guests , \vere Rttm Fox, Mary ttardgrbye, Bartifoffc Barton, Nancy Mcfihroe, Iftta Jane woodcock, Karen Erickstfft, Carolyn afid Betty fieisbh, ShW- on and Sheridan Mallinger at St. Cecelia's Rectory at 9:30 in front of the fireplace which was decorated with candelabras. palms and ferns. The bride wore an egg-shell faille street length suit with brown accessories and a corsage of orchids. Her attendant, Mrs. R. C. Eaton of Davenport, wore an eggshell dress with pink gloves and black accessories, and her corsage was of carnations and roses. Mr. Owens was attended by his brother-in-law. James Dohorty of Clinton. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Hotel Algona to 35 guests, and the young couple left on a wedding trip to Minneapolis. The bride attended the Belle Plaine high school and is a graduate of the University of Iowa school of nursing. Mr. Owens, who holds a commerce degree from the University of Iowa, returned from the ETO in March and will enter the law school at Iowa City this fall. Attending the wedding from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Leonard, Galesburg; 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Owens, Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Janies Doherty and Jeanne, Clinton; Mrs. Claude Single, Milwaukee; Amy Yeakel, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bathke, Belle Plaine; Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Johnson, RajJcliffe: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buntenbach and Mrs. Loraine Wicks, Klemme; and Mr. and Mrs. Gayl Johnson, Swea City. • Women's Bible Class— The Women's Bible Class of the Congregational church will meet Wednesday, April 10, at the home o'f Mrs. A. L. Long. Members will bring a covered dish. The. husbands aro iilso invi'.eil. Sorority Girls Entertain— The Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained 16 girls Thursday evening at th^ home of Mrs. Merril Bacon. Thirty members and guests were present. The committee in charge of the party was Mrs. Tom Sampson, Mrs. Julius Baas, Mrs. Gordon Schmidt, and Mrs. Merril Bncon The theme was carried out as a "Kid's Party" with prizes of balloons, suckers, whistles, and candy toys. Prize for the best costume went to Martha Lou Pelisek. Guests of the club were Ruth Bruellman, Evelyn Dau, Martha Lou Pelisek, Mrs. David Smith, Mrs. Eleanor Peterson, Mrs. Frank Moulton, Mrs. Robert Pink, Ellen Meyer, Jean Putz- stuck, Emma Jeanne Metzger, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mary T. Van Allen, LaVonne Wolcott, Billie Mitchell, Edna Youngwirth, and Ruth Youngwirth. Riverdale Friendly Club— The Riverside Friendly club met Wednesday afternoon, April 4, at the courthouse where Clara Walker, county recorder, explained the duties in the recorder's office. The club then went to the private dining room of George's Cat'c for refreshments. Secret Sisters in the club were revealed at the meeting. The new officers were hostesses for the occasion. The next meeting will Hazel Jenfelnson Weds— Hazel. Louise Jenkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Glen W., Jenkinson, became the fcrfde of: Harold Gallon, son Of Mr. a%d : Mrs. Harry Gallon of Reading, Minn., Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The ceremony Was performed at the Good Hope church by the Rev. Ralph Kittermanh, church pastor, in the presence of the immediate relatives of ' the couple. The single ring ceremony was used. The bride wore a wool powder blue street length dress .'^with black accessories and hep: corsage was of red roses iyrit})^lyhite sweet peas. Her sister Margaret, R. N., Davenport, was 'bride's-' maid, and wore a dress '6f 'rose coldr 'with' navy 'blue 'accessories and a corsage of white, rdses! with pink sweet peas. Mr.' Qh.ttdn 1 was 'attended by -Junior" i Woods. Helena Weisbrod played' the wedding march. The bride' has been one of tVi'e Kossuth county rural school teachers the past few years and. Mr. Gallon has been employed as a farm worker. They are now at home in the tenant house at the Dick Kain farm. Sewing Club Meets— ' Mrs. Russell Picket entertained her sewing club last .Tuesday afternoon. Members of the club.are Mesdames Clara Pratt, -Mildred Waller, Helen -Pratt, Mary Muckey. Josephine Hard, Bernice Lee, Ruth Conklin, Goldie Gu'derian. Mabel Lane and Frances Nealy of' Burt. —o— Thimble Club Hostess— Mrs. W. G. Curtis was hostess to the members of her thimble club Monday afternoon. Galbraith-Aniunson Wedding:— Before an improvised. altar of palms, pink and white flowers and candelabra at four o'clock-Friday afternoon at the home .of the bride's parents on South Ridgley i!t^ Jit 'Pertained i^spieits tit'.a scavenger WOW tfft8r"wmSSn^fSm'SS wWS play* ed and reffSshnients wefe served, fritting gatheriri ufirS Of 1 ft. Brun'd'agtTald Mrs. wTfliaSi. Vignrs. • " The. .other, members are" Mrs. Arrfo'h ETdrffcs«nt .Mbs. '-&e6vjg& OUrikllrt, Mfkl Lloyd Muckey, Mrs. We'd TSarthblomew 'and, Mrs, Rijsr sell Cook, The la'dfe's enjoyed a'oHe o'clock: Ittncheott. at Selza« and :foll6%lhM-thlS,;tKfe^ $&&'• to the K6me d^'Mrt. '^terrflt wrfe're, fte hdrioreet jwere; Resented with gifts tth'd Ufe jiheriiafQh was ^spe^ftt pw- fti iitify Tfre I'inil fa'mtly sup^e* wut'be held Wednesday,, April. 10, at6!30 at the Methodist church. Bring sandwiched and, dessert for yourself and. another. ,!Please Iwtifyi Mrs. L. J. Reed if ybii plaft to attend. " ' v ' The lows entertained the. highs of the Eight Specks bridge club at a chicken dinner at Selzafs Wednesday evening after which they Went to the home o'f Mrs. Esth'er Helb'e'rg 'for cards, Mrs. T. H. Vaughan being the high 'Score prize wihrieY. The lows who were htfst- esse's •were 1 - Mesdames Clara P.fatt. Esther. .Helberg, T,. H. Vaxjghart nnd'.'R. H.Guderian.'.The.high score guests AveVe Mesdames 'Milton Dahl, \VyJl' Sigsbee,' John lJutton and Befecher 1 Lane. . , EhJteHiiln" 1 tor' Don Ortoiis— . Mr. 'and Mrs. Hehi-y Phillips en-' 'er^ai'nea info, f6r Mr..'.aWd Mrs. prin* : prtOn,,' Wednesday' evening. ; OtHe,r guests were Mr., and Mrs. Jfarne£Stebbins, Mr. and MrS- Garriet'Pickard of Whittemore and Mr. arid .Mrs. Andy 'Phillips, pnd Milton McBride of Burt. The evening was spent socially and light refreshments were served. Celebrate Three Birthdays — In •honor of "the "birthdays of Mrs. Sarah Wise, her : son W. S. Wise of Mason City, and Mrs. Garnet Plckard, her' granddaughter, a iarhily reunion and dinner was held at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise at RenWick Sunday. This was Mrs. WiSe's 79th anniversary. . •''.'.,' • . - Family A dinner was given Sunday at the Gale g'to'ckwell -hdrn'e in honor of Sgt. -and ,Mr. Henry Nelson and -son .Lorn. Other, relatives •present were Mr. and Mrs.* .Win. DeKruif 'and two children, Billie and' Bobbie '/of .Mason Gity,, Mr. 1 and : Mrs. Wni. Tollman of Fort ''Mr. -and Mrs., Fred Las 1 - street, Mildred Galbraith, -daughr:ir/4 a vvv-- ter o£ Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Galbraiihi, " ' beame the bride of Robert Amunson, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson. The Rev. Gilbert Kuy- pe'r of the Presbyterian church performed the double ring ceremony. The nuptial music was played by Ruth Ann Clement and Ernie Anfinson sang "I Love You Truly" preceding the riles. The bride wore -a blue' ; suit with brown accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. She was attended by Ruth Forbes who wore a pink frock and corsage of -pink roses. The groom's attendant was Firman Laing, Jr. Following the ceremony a dinner was served to the guests-and bridal party, 23 in number, in the private dining room at George's cafe. Mrs. Myron Knutson pf Jewell, sister of Mrs. A. M. Amunson, was the only out-of-town guest. •Mr. and Mrs. Amunson left Saturday morning for Starbuck, Minn., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Harris V. Tessem, the latter being a friend whom Mr. Amunson met while in service. They will also visit Mrs. Amunson's father at Minneapolis since he was unable to be present at the ceremony. After a visit i.n Wisconsin and Chicago they will return at the end of about a week and for the present will be at home with Dr. and Mrs. Amunson. Shower for A'rle'ne Patterson— Mrs. C. L. Bailey and Mrs. Hugh Raney gave a miscellaneous shower for their niece Arlene Patterson Friday afternoon. The engagement of Miss Patlerson to Tom Bowles of Richmond, Va., was announced recently and their marriage will take place in the near future. 500 Card Party— Mr. and Mrs, Ben U. Meyer entertained informally Wednesday at a 500 card party. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurtburts, Mr., and Mrs. Dick -B. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl On Tuesday sohh of -AlgOna. Sgt.' Nelson left for Camp Robinson, Ark., 1 : Mona s ;so6ri ; 'as.-sc'h6bl' is>out;' T -: ' - • ' ''''' Men's Club /fe'elinflr- , The. Presbyterian Men's club will' -meet" .Wednesday evening, April 10, at 6:45, p. m. at the church, with a supper and pro- grain to follow. Don Hemmingsen, veteran, will relate some of his experiences as an army bombardier. - '•-•'.-' "So You Think You're AUerjic" Mouse Meet* Bad 9111 Bunyon" VARCON RADIATOR SOLDER AND ClEANtR Our Reg. Low Price, 10cE*i J . 'i i "* SALE PRICi or both Solder «nd Cfonti both powdw typ*. Kttp you' c6olin$ iystta «Hici«nt 4w #*,*•.** The Friendly -St V. F. -W. 'The Algona V. F. W. Post will meei Wednesday evening for installation,of officers. A banquet is being planned for April 25 with the-V.'F. W. as hosts to the Spanish-American war veterans. This is-an annual. affair. Nealy Under Knife Robert N. Nealy, newly elected Burt' councilman^ was rushed to. Fort 'Dodge, Sunday evening, for' aii emergency appendicitis pperatiOrt. • N6' further wbrd of •his condition -has been received, as of this.hiornihg. Whitle and :, Mrs, Mr. yer of e' 'ffifrriage of tWeVf Mughter: Gertrude AI- Vifta 'td fiTihef -Ruhnke, s6n 6f Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rtihnke, Lolls Creek Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whitlemore. Rev. Paul Weinhold, lotal -pastorj officiated, Mis. Elmer Ruhnfee. at the . double ring ceremony. While the bridab couple marched down; thi> aisle, Lorna Ruhrike, sister of N ihfe groont, gang '"The Lord's Prayer"; Prof. W. G. Bras'e, Who preside'd at the organ, -played Mendelssohn's 'March as: the processional, and Lohengrin's at the recessional. The attractive bride wore a whit6 satin-fitted' bodice floor length gown, with sweetheart neckline. Her veil was lace edged -fingertip, and a beaded' heart shaped coronet adorned her head. She carried an arm bou- Quet of pink roses and white sweet peas, arranged around a center of White satin ribbon. She 'also Wore a brooch and a string of pearls, a gift of the groom. The maid .of honor was Miss Evelyn' .Voigt, cousin of the bride. The groom was attended by his'brother, Wilbert Ruhnke. Mrs. Meyer worfe a navy blue dress, and Mrs. Ruhnke wore a black- dres; both wore corsages of roses. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for 55 guests, at 6 o'clock. The dining room and tables were decorated in pink and ' "white, the bride's colors. A two-tier wed- dinff cake trimmed in pink and white, mounted by a miniature brl'dal couple, was the center- jJiece of the •bride's lable. .•' ; T^ble -•w'art're'ss^S".were i Borna' •Ruhnke,,tister"6f the groom, 'Sihd^ Phyllis Gehgler, cousin of the 'groom. Mrs. Ruhnke attended the Lutheran parochial school, and has been employed as clerk in the Swanson Furniture Store and the tohr Grocery, arid the _ past year she has been clerking in lW» H. W. Geelan department store. Congregational ftUMMAGE SALE Safcurdky, April 13 Masonic Teniple / Doors open at 8:30 a. m. ie |r$iim attended t rV-- * 1 at LmtS^feek, and w.hs -~ cttar£4U v fftWt the army^ Itv ,pe-| cfernber, "serving 44 nioriths, ofj Which onfe year and nine-jrno"* 1 " 1 was ifi the South Pacific;. ,1 will livfe, ftrte'-rtslte.SolitH flifH groom Is employed oh a farm. .; .. '.• - '."'. >...,.» . .<•'• .-.: '• ' LalM, 130 I Mr.$ihd Mrs. '\ ... Observed their' ., D ;ariiVert(ary Sunday!,.™.. a fcHal -Sf 136 attending '6pen hoiis.e, at the Warburton,...hbme,: and many others paying respects at. a «66ri 'dirihe'r at the hbrtie ;of Mr. -'aKd Mf%. GUs.Tprjfte, 1 ,a. 'sup- per'at 'the town hall and 0 p.. hi. church T servlc'«! at the MetMdist church. • • , .••«.• Guests were.present from Atn- ery,. Wfs., Belle Plaine, Ia.,.Estherville, Afeona, Klefrime, ,Red River Falls, Minn., and other places closer to Lakcta. In addition to many floral ex- jL^es&bns of 'respect, .a purse > of money arid many other beautiful •gifts Were presented to Mr." and Mrs. Warburton.- .On Bomb Test Job, s file's Russell E. McVeigh;.son o'f C. R.' McVeigh, Algona, -is now at the Clovis, NeW Mexico, 'army air field r a member of a force'jhat had b'eeri preparing to carry but part of the-"at'pmic bomb tests. JVhether the test comes 6'ff remains to be seen; if it does. Russell will be In '' -•; ' Opening WedJnestlay (Under White Front Bar) Size Photos Made While You Wait Iffc each, 8 for $1.00 TDonna's 2 Min. Photds VPI? 1 ^ girls' ttoilten Dresses A'sttinttittg Selectteh 61 gay colored little cottoji flocks in stlriiies, checkj and floral prints. 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