The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 14, 1946
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fe--^'t^:"W' V §S^ ./^•jfotyj^^ yeaf' AUvV tm 426 iftehl O f Mitvauktt w she gives henelf a va youranlf n fonll .ov«[y, jonn-lMdng. Quick dud eauy to do. K.D. James Congregational Circles— The-CohglfegatloiiAl circles will &it 6ft Thursday as follows: Circle 1, at I:l8vwfth Mrs. Charles Patterson,' Cfrcle 2, at.2:30 with Mrs. W. P. Weaver; Mrs. Jean WadsAyortn - •assisting; Clttic &, at 2 p'c/oek.wltn- Mrs. ClflrK Scuff- n'am, Mrs. Clifton Behschoter assisting; Circled, at 2:30 with Mrs. A. Reed. '..."...' ; Zumah-DcBean Wcddlnff— Clarence Zumach of Lotts Creek and Jo DeBean of Sandusky, Ohio, were married Saturday at >Emmetsburg. The bride word a light gray suit and had tt cofsagfe of pink roses. Her attendant was Clarice Rlebhoff who Wore a ..light gray suit 'and corsage of dark red roses. yBrwIrt Luedtke of Fcnton was best man. " V • ( ; i Following'the wedding a reception was given by the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach. After a short honeymoon the newlyweds will be at homcVon the Carl Zumach farm: Country Club Activities— , ; About -160 attended the opening dinner of the Algowa Country Club held Sunday evening. Directors of JAMES Has Plenty of " • ' ; 1 . • ( ' • for the Graduate IV If *> For the Girl Graduate D Fountain Pen & Pencil Sets D Brooches and Bracelets > P Necklaces, Lockets, Clips 0 Clip and Ear Ring Sots D Lovely Gift Soaps . • •• D Dresser Sets •'••; • ."„."• : .,'-,:. • , : P Compacts . ;..'.'.;.;••;"'' , ' r D Leather Photograph Frames P Gift Colognes , ' P Toilet Waters ^ "•' • . P Path Crystals ; ' :\ -* , P Sweet'SmeUing Sachets «•'. ' ' ' ! CD Nylon IfairJBriisshesf . P "Chen Yu". Firefly S0t lor Nails and Wps P Revlon ^Bachelors Cairnatio^'', for Nails and Lips P LenthjiHc^ £uciej(» Lelohg, Cara Nome, Evening in Paris, Old South, DuBarry the club were hosts and hostesses for this occasion. ,. T'! T m,*' irst ladies P art y will be held Thursday evening with a sev- eft o'clock dinner, which will be free to members. A schedule of other country club activities for the summer will be announced 'in the near future. Delia Welter is soial chairman this year. . Torkclson-IIarlaii Weddliig— _ In a • double ring ceremony Thursday morning at 11:00, May 2, at the Good Hope parsonage Comi Lee Torkelson and Verle Marian Were united in marriage by Rev. R. F. Kitterman. Attending , the • couple were Eugene Simpson and Marth Lou .Pelisck. - The two 1 couples had a wedding cTinner at George's Cafe after which Mr/ and Mrs. Harlan left for 'a few days >at Lake Okoboji. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Marie Torkelson of Hudson, S. D., is a graduate of the Hudson high school and of business school at Grand Island, Nebr. Miss Torkelson was employed in Washington, D. C., >at the time she met Mr. .Harlan. Verle was stationed at Ft. Belvoir, Va. , ' The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Harlan of near Algona. He is a 1941 graduate of the Algona high school. Beford entering the army he spent a year at Iowa State college, Ames, -and a year at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, from where he entered the •service. While in service he was 'attached to the 'army engineers and spent over two years in the European theatre of operations. The couple will live here with his parents until fall iwhen he will again resume studies «t the university. Rebckah Lodge Meeting— • All staff members of the Rebekah lodge are requested to be present Tuesday evening, May 13, v at the Rebekah hall at 8 o'clock for the purpose of practicing for the 55th district convention to be held here May 21. Crcsco Mothers-Daughters — The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met May 8 with Mrs. Veronica ;Roethler, Mrs. Jeanne Roethler assisting. There were 23 members and ten guests present. Miss Von Bank played several- ac- cordian numbers 'and Arlene Spilles sang two yocal numbers accompanied 'at the piano by Jeanne Loss., . ; '•;-/• ' ••Mrs.' John Wcydert, • Mrs. Wm, Tjaden, Mrs, Maxine 3?lattv Mrs'. ' mm Arlene. Pattcrnson Bowles , '-.. ' ''• , ''."'.'; —Brown's Studio Photo Pictured above is Mrs. Thomas Payne Bowles, Jr., who before her marriage May 6 was,'Arlene Patterson, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson. .After.a wedding trip to Quebec, Canada and through the New Englarid:State^,.Mr. and Mrs. Bowles will be at home in Richmond, Va.,-where/Mr/Bowles'Is in the actuarial department of the L:fe Insurance Co. ofyirgihte. 25th anniversary and guest day which will be held June 12 at the Cresco Community hall. • , M. -M. Bridge Club— The M. M. bridge club, is being entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Tony Schmidt and on Thursday it will meet with Mrs. Lewis Garmann at Whittemore. • tt GRADUATION GIFTS Parker Fountain Pens ......:!.......... Parker Pen and ' Pencil Sets. .,.,$( 2.75 (No Federal Tax) Bill Folds SI.50 to S7.50 Mirror Chest and 21b S .Candy Mechanical Pencils flflft i .. Identification Bracelets (sterling silver) ,..,« 1 0 Scrap Books............ J I AQ Stationery ' Teacher Gives Dutch ;Party— Miss Sophia Heer^n gave a> Dutch dinner party last Thursday evening in the home economics; room-at the high -school to 27i guests. . Dutch foods arid-Dutch, pastries were served , and; :.favor^l were tiny wpqden shoes carved''by. Miss Heeren's. grandfather. George' Heeren who ds a cabinet maker at Pella. Her father has also, follow 1 -' ed this line of business.'Miss.Heer- ; en wore, a Dutch costume, the wooden shoes, of that ^cburitry. and wore a head-dress : which. dame': .from the Netherlands/..'.' . / •' " ': •', . Circle D of.' the Presbyterian •church 'vyi th Mrs.. Charles. a»dem'-.- ske as chairrnan, is ,'••.. serving -/a breakfast Thursday, Miy 1(5 at ihe rhome -of Mr." and" Mrs..'' J."j; .V^ad- 'leigh,;302.E. Kennedy street.'.This! •brea'kfast Is for"any^rie '-"''"''' "''" "" s Presbyterian Circles— .;Circle B of the Presbyterian church, with Mrs. Hugh Colwell as ch'airman, will serve >a tea Wed- Lnesday afternoon, May 15 at 2:30 in the church dining room. Guest ;speaker will be Mrs. William Paden of Fort Dodge. The Usual .meeting day is Thursday but due to a previous engagement Mrs. Paden could be here only on Wednesday. nine ! to'eleven. Mrs. Button Hostess— ' .'Mrs. John Dutton entertained the Eight Specks .card club Thursday evening. Travel prize was won .by Mrs. T. H. Vaughan, and the •high : score prize was won by Mrs. -Clara Pratt. •Open House for Mrs. Minklcr— :>$^{Jperv, house wjasi^held Thursday o'clock' at .: on. south' es street,:4h"celebration of Mrs. Ida Minklcr's 89th birthday. Thirty friends called and left gifts of candy, flowers, cards and handkerchiefs. Because of the accident which her daughter Mrs. Hutchins suffered last week, the party was somewhat impromptu. Mrs. Carl Hutchins and Mrs. Lawrence Hutchins were hostesses. There were four boys and 'two girls in the Fields family, all of Whom lived here a number of year and will be remembered by the old timers—John, Dick, George Frank, Mary and Ida. Mrs. Minkier's hustmnd, who died 47 years ago, had a general store on the site of the west end pool hall. Later ho took up paper hanging, painting and carpenter work. K. C.s Entertain— Members of the K. C.s entertained their wives and friends Sunday at a Mother's Day party. Bingo furnished the amusement and light refreshments were served to the 150 persons in attendance. Teacher Entertains— Kay Walk, local teacher, entertained at bridge Friday evening at the N. C. Rice home. Three tables were in play with Mrs. Marian Conkling winning the ;high score priz?, Glendora Burbank the low score prize and Hattie Wilson and Leona Smith winning the travel prizes . Party for Mrs. E. N. Taylor— Mrs. Merle Webster gave her mother Mrs. E. N. Taylor a birthday surprise party last Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames Harold Lampright, William Sengs- •busch, Edward Carney, Leo Best, D. L. Driver and Gail Towne. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Webster. Mrs. Kelley Is Hostess— Mrs. Phyllis Kelley entertained her 'bridge club Thursday evening. Guests of the club were Mrs. Jean Simmons Greenwood of Mobile Ala., Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs. Walter Freisner and Mrs. Alle.i Buchanan. Winner of the hi"h score prize was Mrs. Craig Smith and second high score prize went to Mrs. Allen Buhanan. Teachers Arc Hostesses— Leona Smith and Margaret Ann' Beardsley were hostesses to a S r ° u P of friends Saturday at which bridge and Shanghai rummy were played. New Section Foreman Fcnton: Theodore Sekipper of Peterson, Iowa, has takeh over the duties of section foreman for the Northwestern Railroad. He began work here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sckipper have three children, all of pre-schoql age. The family will reside in the section house In the north part of town. Loren Skare, who has been foreman of the local section crew for several years, has been moved to Dotson, Minn. George Olmsted To Be Here Wednesday George Olmsted, republican candidate for the nomination for .governor, will be in Algona Wednesday, May 15. Local Olmsted boosters stated that there would be a Dutch lunch meeting at George's Cafe, at 0 p. rn. Wednesday, to whicn anyone is invited. will sptak briefly aftar the lunch, it was stated. FOR YOURSELF Make this simple test today for safety's saktt CHECK THE BRAKES If you can push your brake pedal closer than one inch from the floor, your brakes need attention. WE RECOMMEND ONLY NECESSARY SERVICE ' Algona Implement Co. Walt and Deb Hall Phone 52 State and Jones $4.95 Triksherts* brief, becoming with figure fit. Fold them, roH them, they magically replcat. 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