The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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PAGE ,TWO_ =•• Y •••*»«••»* y Larson Weds Meredith Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, became the bride of William Bell HobbiriSf son of Mr. and Mrs. Willianrjj S. Hobbins, Madison, Wis., it\'*a ceremony performed at 5:00 p. ,m. June 7, in Grace Episcopal church, St. Luke's chapel, Chicago. The service was read by Esther William Travis before an altar of white peonies and lighted tapers. The bridegroom's brother Edmund acted as Crucifier. The bride approached the altar on the arm of her father. She was attired in a white suit and feathered hat. She carried the bridal handkerchief of the groom's maternal grandmother. Her corsage was of purple throated white orchids. Miss Dorothy Rasmussen, Kcn- osha, classmate of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore ;in aqua suit with brown accessories and a gardenia corsage. The bridegrooms sister, Audrey, carrying an old fashioned bouquet, was the flower girl. Frank Milloy, Phoenix, Ariz., a classmate of the groom, was best man. • .• Dinner was served at the Edgewater Bench hotel for 25 guests. Those attending in addition to the wedding party were Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Hobbins. Madison; Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Fischer, La Porte, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gormley, Chicago; Miss May me Su'hr, Gary, Ind.; Mrs. Bertha S. Hobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Bell, Mrs. Elsie Suhr, Mrs. Arthur E. Wegner' and son Arthur, Miss Erna Reinking, and Mrs. Marie Bryce, all of Madison. - 'The bride- is'a recent" graduate of St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing, Chicago. Mr. Hobbins, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, will complete his medical studies at Northwestern Medical school in December, 194. He is a memebr of Beta Theta Pi social fraternity and Phi Beta Pi, medical fraternity. Dulion-Nelson Vows— In a beautiful candle-light ceremony Sunday evening at 7 o'clock Domia Jean Dutton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton of Burt, and Raymond Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williajn Nelson of Lone Rock, were united in marriage by Rev. F. Earl Burgess of Al- gdha in the Methodist church at Burt. Rev. Heddle, pastor of the church, assisted in the double ring service. CONCRETE PAVEMENT for Low-Annua/-Cosf The strength and stamina of portland cement concrete . pavement enables it to give long years of all-weather service under the heaviest traffic. ;Ppf'all but the lighter traffic, concrete pavement usually costs less to build than any other pavement of equal load- carrying capacity. Although the smooth-riding and all-weather safety of concrete generally attracts the heaviest traffic, records show that annual maintenance costs of concrete pavement are generally lower than for other <ypes of paving; Lew first cost, low maintenance expense and long life mean low trnnnal cost— the rea- 900 why concrete is the logical pavement for new principal urban highway* «nd streets. PORTLAND CIMINT ASSOCIATION The couple was attended by Mrs. Kenneth Bates, sister of the groom, and Wayne E. Schichtl, cousin of the bride. A niece of the bridegroom was flower girl. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for 100 guests. On their return from a wedding trip they will reside on a farm northwest of Burt. Martiage Announced— Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Schlot- felt of Keosauqua, Iowa, have announced the rrfarriage of their daughter, Harriet Jane, to Wayne D. Grantham, son of Mrs, Frnrt- ces D. Grantham of Algona, la. The marriage took place December 22, 1045, at 7 o'clock at the Calvary Evangelical church in Lincoln, Neb Both .families formerly lived in Vmton. The bride graduated from the Vinton high school in 1040 and for the past three years has been employed by the War Department. The bridegroom itlenderl school in Belle Plaine and graduated from the Vinton high sdhool with the class of 1933 and in 1940 he enlisted in tho navy. He served aboard the U. S. S. Saratoga for three ycnrs in the South Pacific, and for tho past two years has been in naval a:f- ficer trailing at Doane college, Neb., and the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. He will receive his discharge from the regular navy this June, so that he can accept a commission in the naval reserve. After the bridegroom receives his discharge the couple plan to ALGONA visit their families and ffiliWin Ibwa and KaiisM They will make their ho'trie in Deiiiiver. Colo., where the bridegroom will attend the University 6l Deriver this fall. 'A Kalhryn Mills Kathryn Mills, daughter of Glenn Mills of LcGrand, and Wesley Jones of Pittsburgh, Pa., were united in marriage Saturday, June 8, at 5 'o'clock in tho campus chnpel at GHnricll. Rev. Mann performed the', double ring ceremony. , The matron of honor, was Mrs. Donald Arns of Algona. A reception for 125 guests was held following tho 'ceremony at the homo of the t bride's aunt, Mrs. G. H. McCarel The bride is a .; graduate of Grinnell college, and taught here for three years. She' instructed English and dramatics. The past year she has taught inlthe Mnson City 'high school and ji/nior college. Mr. Jones is studying ministry in the Presbyterian church at Pittsburgh, Pa., where the couple will make their home following their honeymoon Chester Long Marries—Mrs. Minnie B. Long of San Francisco, Calif., has announced the marriage of her son, Chester, to Marilyn Jane Williams on Saturday, June 8, .at the University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, in the Sigma Nu #K>lifeei ; , CrescoClub test The CreSCd Mothers ahij DaUglitiiti rfub brated its silver anniversary Wednesday of vveek in the Gresco township hall. - There were nearly 50 guests present, _,. ' ' At Ohe guest te'ble wfere -club ftiembers from a listance, and Mrs. Mary Woodward of Whltterribrei sixth district chairman, 'and Mrs. Inez Wolfe, Kos* iiith Federation of Women's Clubs secretary, The,CreSc6 club was organized in October, ISSiO, and was fifsf Called the Idle flbtir club, but In 1B21 'his name was changed to the present one. Fdrst officers were Mrs. Mary .Miller, president, : attd Mts. Nell Potter, vice president, Both iwefe present tit ;he anniversary* party. : . ' Present officers are Mrs. Ardris Bradley, presi- •:'!. ~ : — i~~. -xMTfe 5 : % ',•' .«, .•;•,;*, IV i^'~ - ; 'fc'i. >.^.if» M^ftie"ttayriei se£&fid Vice" president) Mi's, Leoha ,Hettfyj:swret&ryrah'd,:Mfs.-.N611ie'.,BoS^prthi>'tr8ia8* urer. :. '' > •• -• •;.••;./ ;•>•*•': : •.-•:• '>-\:•••••:• '^ There is now;a club m6mbdf9nl(): ,;6f •42,:; a^d 'there are 61 former members, waking a total life- .tlme;-inetrtbersWfii^l .10^, .OLthial' •mefftber^ feughi^isM^tfyjoiag "thahl club in Kessuih tseunly/a'na^,eattlea ;a any.athef , . The anniversary tterVince eoniirilttee mgedtthVarMr test week included Mts. Buiahen Mrs, ' A; tti LdHmfln : aM; •MrS, MMle ffayhet assisted by Mrs'rOMiglas Wilsbrti Mrs. ftalph Morgan, Mrs. W. M. Bbsworth and Mrs. Nell Potter. The Rev. Willard E. Stanton, pastor of the Methodist church of Moscow, officiated at the dou* ble ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Polly Woodcock of Coeur d- Al&ne, Idaho, as .bridesmaid and Ray Davis of Spokane, Wash., as best man. The bride's mother, Mrs. Sue Newton of Salt Lake City,- and the bridegroom's mother and 24 guests Were present. ' . The newlyweds are spending a mont'h at Midway Beach'Cot- tages, Rockaway, Ore., care Mrs. Geo. E. Hodge, Box 63. Methodist Circle— The W. S. C., S. circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday, June 20 as follows: No. 1, met this week. Circle 2 with Mrs. D. L. Leffert, 404 S. Minn.; Circle 3 with Mrs. Don Nelson, Caldwell apartments, S. Minn,; Circle 4 with Mrs; Raymond Reid, 217 N. Thodngton; Circle 5, Mrs, Walter Johnson; Circle 6, Mrs. John Kirk, 716 S. Jones; Circle 7, Mrs. Clarence Morrall, 30+ N ( Phillips; Circle, 8, Mrs. Neal.Smith, £ State; Circle 10, Mrs. Albert Ogren, 623 E. State; Circle" D will meet Wednesday at two o'clock with Mrs. G. L. Vans, 221 M. Hall. Celebrate Anniversaries—' Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson and their daughter and son-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freisner celebrated their 30th and 9th wedding anniversaries respectively, Friday. A family dinner was field: aV which they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson, the former a son of the Hershel Thompsons, and 'Mr . and Mrs. Merwyn Allen and" daughter Liri- nea, -who we're house guests of'Mtv •and'Mrs. Hershel Thompson. Patty ie>t isfcs. Paine , Mrs. Bob James entertained a party of ladies 'last Friday afternoon at. a luncheon in honor or Mrs. Laura Paine who is visiting here from her home in Los Angeles, Calif. 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