The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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RESBYTERlAl AT pERNE ELECT ttCH OFFICERS LuVernc: The annual congrega*- 6nal meeting tdVM Presbyterian Church was held Tuesday evening ;|n the church. Officers elected •Were: trustees, Walter Engel and Guy Trauger; elders, Curtis Morgan and Ralph-StoU; church tfeaa* '»^ e rL Fr «. cl Hagist; secretary, J, L. k, ty v9 h0l £ dir ectors, Mrs. James Doak, Mrs. Walter Engel and Mrs. Guy Trauger; Ushers, James Doak, Art Riley, CUrtls Morgan and RalplvStoll. Lyie Hersome was elected as Sunday school superintendent and Marilyn Nielson was chosen as treasurer. Rev. A, ft. Smith, pastor of the church, presided at the meeting. Grandson Weds— Mrs. ^H. E. Peitzke has received word of the marriage of her grandson James Peitzke, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Peitzke of Waterloo. James was united in marriage on March 24 to Miss Ruth Ann James of Wellston, Ohio, in the Methodist church in Wellston. His parents attended the wedding. He Is employed in the civil service offices at .•Columbus, Ohio. The Peitzke fam- ••ily arc former LuVcrne residents. Cemetery Ass'n Meeting— 'The Cemetery Association met Thursday afternoon in the city hall with Mrs. Wilson Legler, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Miss Grace Lichty ,and Mrs. William Larmier as hostesses. Mrs. Ervin Barton, president of the association presided at the business meeting. Following the business meeting the remainder of the afternoon was spent soci- , ally. Lunch was served at the close of the mooting. Tuesday Club MeetliJgr— The Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon at 'the country home of Mrs. A. A. Schipull With Mrs. <3. M. Hill as the assistant hostess. Fifteen members and one guest answered roll call by giving ''Suggestions for next year's program." Mrs. H, E. Peitzke interesting paper on "Notable Women of the U. S. A." After the business meeting and program the afternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of"the afternoon.- The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson with Mrs. H, E. Pietzke as the assistant hostess. The program committee will be Miss! Florence Hof, Mrs. A. A. Schipull and Miss Anna Wioto. Special .Church Services— Special worship services were held every night this week in the Methodist church with the Rev. Fred M. 1 Schultz of Goldfield conducting the services. Special music' was given Monday evening by the Rev. Robert Phillips who sang a, •vocal'solo. ' Tuesday evening the' high school boys quartet composed ot.Maynar' " ' * ' - — Sorensen, sang arsse'lectipri.' ncsd&y evening jthb:giHs glee, cjub from the high school ;SO,ng a r '.special number; Thursday evening the junior choir of the Methodist, church sang and Friday evening the ;choir 'from the Mothodis church in Goldfield furnished the music. Father, 88, Passes On— 'Friends here have received won rvf the death of George Kabele, age 80, of, Goldfield, who died Thursday' of a heart attack While walking home after .visiting a neighbor lyliY Kabele was the father of Mrs, Irvln Chapman, '; Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf spent Frjday in Algona visiting relatives and friends. . Mr, and Mrs. Hugfi Shirk went to Royal Friday to atitend ! "the f u- , heral of his grandmother. • Mrs. Willard Zieglar and daughter Francie of Algona visited Friday at the home of her parents Mr, and Mrs. O. S, Lund, Mrs. Walter Hefti and daughter Marilyn and Mrs. Hygh Shirk and dauohter Sally wore Mason City shoppers on 'Wednesday, The Presbyterian ladies association will meet Wednesday afternoon. April 17 at the home of Rev. A. R. Smith in Llvermore, : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson visited Frjday at the home of his brother and sister-in-law Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson in For- 'est City. Emnjett Knary arrived home Friday afternoon from the Lutheran hpspUal in Fort Dodge where he had been a medical .patient since Tuesday. Those pupils on the, 7th and 8th : grade honor roll are: Marilyn : Hefti, Sally Shirk, Virginia Patter- spn, Charlene Henry, Bean Kamus end Jerry WoJ|e. ; ;Mrs. George Tiede spent several days in Minneapo)js visiting relatives and friends and also in Fair- jtiont visiting her hi4sbtmd who operates a grocery store there, i : Bob Bjgings who hs§ been help*, jijg w$ father in the carpentry biisiness since bejng djseharged from the nervy, is now employed in mil's lockers end west market, :/fMr. and Mrs. arijce £p.wenstejn wtre4p Oes'Mpinej f^ay where Mp, Lp,wen§te|n spoke over tfce YimnKer prpgrsnP feeing inter* viewed by $$«» Web?r t ibput his IfarkuV slveep Wjwh ftp fafses. on his isrm. •'".•;•,•• HLep Chapmsh of §e«ttl?, Wash,, arrived Saturday to ylsft days, at the hpmjs pf MS* •r, and Mrs, Frsnfc C hjgen on a -' ESTABLISHED 1865 , IOWA, TUESDAY, APRIL 16,1946 Second Section VOL. 81— NO. 15 ly in San Diego, Calif., after spend^ ing several months overseas. The Band Mothers club • met Wednesday evening in the school house with Mrs. Ernest Meyer and Mrs. Phil Henderson as hostesses. Mrs. Frank Gronbach, president of the club, presided at the business meeting. Entertainment for the .evening was In charge of Mrs. M. J. Stripling. (Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the meeting. The Lutheran Parent-Teacher association met Thursday evening in the church parlors immediately following the special Lenten services. Mrs. Herbert Will and Miss Ruth Wegner were hostesses for the evening. Following the business meeting the evening was spent socially and lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Werner Horn, teacher of the Lutheran school, will teach in the schools in Homestead next year. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church held their general meeting Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Phil Lichty, Miss Grace Lichty, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Guy Giddings and Mrs. Harold Phillips. The devotional period was led by Mrs. C. O. McClellan, the lesson was given by Mrs. Arnold' Hjelle and Mrs. Howard Smith. Lunch was served by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. Harold Reddel, PTA Head. Lutheran Unit LuVcrne: At the meeting of the Lutheran P. T. A. Thursday evening election of officers was held. Officers elected for the coming year were: president,.Harold Reddel, and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Albert Schneider. Plans were alsor-mado for the annual school picnic which will be held May 19 on the school lawn. Most Treasured of all Through the years no gift is more treasured than the diamond you give her 4 for her engagement ring. You may have full confidence that ;every diamond purchased in our store is a perfect stone. Each diamond of $100 value or over purchased from us carries a free insurance policy for one year against loss of stone, loss of ring, fire and theft. t* V^7*->t-t*'» ,•}/ Lusby & Giossi = rug at Her Heart Siring With Jewelry. Ottosen Teacher, Easter Bride, Honored at Shower, Sunday Ottosen; :Mlss Marguerite' Gilder* ian : was ; .Kp'r>.?f?<i' at a miscellafi-> eous 'shqwcrSunday afterndori'itv. the'Lutheran church parlor'sv'ift' Gilrnore City. Miss 0uderian,is a member, of:the lacuIty. in •: the";Qt- tosen school. The -r'po'm .and Tibbie was beautifully"decora'ted' in'.the-, bride's colors ol ,'Ui6 rainbow. TH6 bride,-her mother-Mrs. F..H. Gud-. erian, Mrs. Bundy and' Miss Ann, Kurhling, aunt of Eugene Buridyy ithe ibridegroom-to'-be, " were .presented with corsages from thti hostesses. Mrs. fiundy was, unable' to attend because of illness. Rosef bud Stallcup wtos in charge of the, program. Mrs. Fred Black of Gilmore City sang.a solo. Rohiona Loos played a clarinet solo arid.i Mrs. Ralph Richards gave several humorous readings. Romona Loos sang "Always" and "I Love You Truly", accompanied by Lester Bundy who also played two piano Solos. Miss Evelyn Bales gave a reading and Arlys Halligan gave a piano solo. The bride was assisted by Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Rosebud Stallcup, and Misses Helen and Marian Jensen in opening her many lovely gifts. A lovely two course luncheon was served to 178 guests. Hostesses were Mesdames Elmer Jensen, Lester Applegate, LeRoy Feaster, J. A. Guderian, LeRoy Guderian and E. F. Stallcup. The couple will be married at 7 o'clock in the evening of Easter Attractively packaged, practical gifts that will be appreciated for their usefulness and their fine quality * 5HAVI SST Alter Shave J.pUpn, PoilojiMtJ Talcum and choice of briuh 9- brmhltw Shavln? Cfeam,,... „.» ,.,...i...,,,,,4'|,jp A-rtK? Syn-Kro-Nized COSMETI Sunday ait the First Lutheran church in Gilmore City. Mr. Bundy is a veteran of World War II and a graduate of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. He is employed as an architect for the Thorson & Thorson firm of architects of Waterloo. Alter June 1st <the couple, will make their home in Cedar Falls. Those attending the shower from here were Mrs. Fred Kampen, Mrs. Loren Daniels, Mrs. Roy Enockson, Joan Enockson, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Oscar Movick and Charlene, Mrs. Edward Zinnel and Muriel, Donna Mae Movick, Marguerite Strulhers, Mrs. Raymond Loos and Ramona, Phyllis and 'Ruth Larson, Mrs. Egon Kjcer and Miss Evelyn Bates. . «„»«.« ,»««.,.»,« ,, , , ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines Grace Beenkeh Of Tltonka Bride Of John Pankuk, April 3 Titonka: On Wednesday evening, April 3, at the Ramsey Reformed church, Grace Bennken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beenken, became the bride of John A. Pankuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Pankuk. As the organ at which Virgil Wdrtjes persided, played the bridal chorus, the pastor, groom and his attendant Harold L. Benken, brother of the bride, marched to the altar, where they awaited the bride and her atendant, Mrs. Dick A. Beenken, sister-in-law of the bride. "Where He Leads Me", was sung by Minnie and Alice Pankuk, sisters of the groom, preceding the ceremony and "Blest Be The Tie That Binds" followed the cere-' mony. The double ring ceremony was pei-.formed by the Rev, F, Snultjer. As the organ played the wedding march the bridal party left the church and entered the vestibule where congratulations were extended to the young couple after which they went to the toride's home where a reception was given for the immediate families. A two course luncheon was served followed with ice cream and wedding cake. The home was decorated in the bride's colors, ar/ti a 'three-tier wedding cake centered the table. The couple will make their home on a farm south of the Ramsey church. TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a long Way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want adsl Give your natural. lovelimn: en*. ; trancing beauty... with these fine cownetics which glorify your own «kin tones and compliment each other, Sit' to $1.00 ' F«ca Powder with Matching Foundation Cieme or Lotion Cleansing Crem» Hand Ciame • Night Crezne Lipitick with Matching Cteme or Dry Rouge Skin Freshener • Lotions - Shampoo* • Cologne* MODART SHAMPOO •.. for hair that women envy ana men admire For an Easter Gift she will love one of our beautiful lapel pins to to wear with her new spring outfit. These handsome, artistic creations by Speidel, Curtis, Simmons, Iskin and Van Dell are to be found in yellow and rose gold and , silver. Many are set with semiprecious stones in a lovely color as- s.ortment. Some have matching ear rings. The pins are priced from;$7.50 to $25 and the sets from $15 up. Buy while selections are complete. OTHER GIFTS Richelieu and Deltah Pearls, Cameo Brooches, Set Rings. ^ " ' •' ' t 1 |l|ii3i3'K'.-,§;' CHOKERS AND PENDANTS One of the new style chokers which are so smart would be a lovely gift. Or a dainty pendant set with semi-precious stones. The pendants are $5 up and the chokers $20. C***^ , » .•••JjsLaiy--'"-"^ ' wa^ ' P EARRINGS For that little extra touch of smartness or maybe because she is a collector, why not give a pair of ear rings? We have them in gold or silver, set with almost every kind of semi'. precious stone, $1 up, Tug at b,er he^rt strijig§ w :•:•",,v ? v§igga:a«gps| • --... .y's'v-? :':'«,•/#•'•, ^•••-•TSssiifeijsxsWi *ia

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