The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1946 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 6, 1946
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and Mrs, o 1 &\& 3> e ; B s jan- the" eii- gagefnent o f< their : d&ugiiter Verne to Jfimes Casttesa; of New Vork C i t y. Verne -Is .-em-' •ployed at Cape ,Grott v .Mo.,.,and was previously employed i n Chicago. foi- Mrs.,,;jMtower8— ... LaBarre, and Mrs. Dick' 'fire hostesses at a showerj fiMrs, \Miirray 'Mowers; fat, a 1,:15 o'clock lunch 6i town guests were Mrs. Mower&.'.'.trf Northwood,' th-iaw of Mrs. Murray M.; narid Mrs. ttaV Sturgess of: pity. The 'aftern6on was: bridge, Mrs. Al Llchter high.-score .prize, Winner (Murray Mowers ."Winning' rid-high.,score,prize. : i| Club Shesday .was "Ladles - Night ,wp country club, .with a very Sjkltenclance; Door p'rlfces < were? by.;;Mrfi.«A/'rM.' ArnunsOn, Who vpairvqf nylon h|0se, and sec-; linen 'towel, was won, ' •' A laiirtily picnic dinner was held Sunday at'the home of Mr. and Mfs.i-Ray LaflendorfE, In honor ot Lora-Allen, Pittsburgh, ,Kan., a cousin, Who for 25 years-has been principal of the grade school there. .Guests vve're'Messrs. and Mesdames Lloyd Bartlett, Louis Barllett, Titonka? Attdre\v C. Mansen,,Sexto)i; J.-R.? 'Lappin, Minneapolis, and William Ladendorff, Marcella Sai'ftlett, and Dolores Devlin. Miss Bartlett, daughter of " the Lloyd Bartletts; is leaving soon to attend a college at Mank-ato, iMinn. • Mrs. ftaymond Reid, a relative of,the. guests, a patient at the Kos- su'th •.hospital, was remembered With a.letter from each of the g'Uests,. wiitten during the afternoon. e : ,W.,C. T, U. will meet;Wrd- |ay afternoon at 2:30 .with Mrs! *.-^aylbr. 'l^rs? Newtpri .Heiter haVe ch'arge pf deyodbnS) ' w;lll tie;'file'pti,on of offic;ersi y ; oy.les Weds— . : orma''Voyles, daughter of Mr, M^si 'Qlerin '.Crilly,'.became the ,e i.M.. .Dp^ajd, •Eng'strom in a /'performed Sunday ^ev- |ing at eight o'clock -in the Pres- ";er|an!'church: toy the-Rev. Gil-? . Kuyper., The'couple "was at- rided by Mr. and Mrs. Lester ne bride wore, a street dress of ach :: tah with- black accessories: |ce hen graduation-from the Al- Hajhighf school.last year, she has fniemployed part time at the Appliances. ^ ^ : .....,.,j5Jngstr!^m,'.vwho. ; .'.iS?a .son of |f arid Mrs._Lester ; Engstrom ojf "'^ngeifeSi.cwns graduated 'from gona high school .in 1042 and , tlir,ee. : ^a^d.pne-^half. years in i^Sbuth Pacific with the maf _ies. 'He is now employed at the fift'Clothiers v The Qpuiile ,'w.ent. .to,.Okobojl for few days and will t^en be at home at 523% South Jones street. • f lQ wa |club /will meet JDemocraitiC •Friday evening, \ August 91' the jhome of Mrs. ) Mgg\nn , '•Patricia Higgins and Edwin Albers 'Were joined in holy matrimony. Thursday, August 1, 1946, in St. Peter and Paul's church al West-Berid. The Rev. Father Graven. ^officiated. Mass servers were a brPlher, i .Thoinas, and a friend, Jimmy 'Frosythe. - The couple was attendee! by her .sister Alice, and his : brother Merle. -The bride wore , a nile green twonplece dress with white accessories. The bridesmaid wore a rose dress With .White accessories. Both Women wore, corsages. Avrreception was held at the •house' for, about 45 relatives, and friends. The table was decorated with, a 3-tier wedding, cake and the ibrjde's colors of /white and green. .Birthday Party— /Tommy Zeigler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ze'gler, celebrated his second birthday Thursday afternoon, August 1, by entertaining , sevari'-'neighibor chijdren.and their; jnothers at >his farm home in Plum Creek tbwnship. Those present-': were Audrey Gardner, Harriett and Ruth Benschoter, Gary Priebe, jan'ce and Allen Bode and Franc's Zeigler. .AlsP attending were Tommy's i grandmothers, Mrs. Vic iHeiserpdt and Mrs. .•. Zeigler 'afterno >,'s. Ed Hildm •XJghter Mrs. threshers ' Mrs. Tillic •:' Royal N^ i • nomc Thurs^'" Mrs. Dclbt'arson s>4 : |_ F ^"c/fe t^^ arid his-J>w6 -great grandmothers,; •Mrs. -Martin 'Didriksen and Mrs,' Oscar Norman and one ^ great grandfather Martin Didriksen. { 3hower For Recent Bride— With about 45 to 50 present, ;,Arlet>e Bast was guest at a pre- .nuptial shower .held July 25 in the rTrinity Lutheran church parlors. "Miss Bast became a bride Sunday, July 28. •Hostesses were.Mrs? Ernst Thiel, <Mrs. Martin Geilenfeld of Clear Lake. 'Mrs. Vernon Ristau of Gar- ^ner, Mrs. Julius Baas, Sr. and (Helen, Dolores (Potratz. and Evelyn iDa.u.••••:•.'•- • .' -' Mrs. .Vaughn 'Rising offered sev- yocal solos as part of the pro' ' ' honor^e .received •giftS.f^l*; . V I -• '-' ?-^''^W?:'fci*> " >*<olS Jergenspn^ gave a "farewell party-Friday af- 'for.''Mrs--3., A-, Galbraith, leaving soon for Deming, W-f-fm-j io\join:3VIr. Galbraith. The i',';7iests were neighbors . gram, and, the .K% Serial" of Time Jhes from Dean's •Ladies Watches Tiny, dainty designs of superb craftsmanphip.iA fine assortni^nt frqm. ',.-,•••':"' '•.'.'• ' • . ' • Men't'DreM ,W»tth«» S . ' . - y .- •, • " "• '--•':• /.' • • •• Outstanding lot accuracy.., rolled gold-plat^ Staiii' r less ste^l back, t | Domestic and Imported Leather '•) -j- : \ Ci fS WATCHES WATCH REPAIR FOB ONE. PAY ,10 A.' M. to 5:30, P. M. A Speddl Showing of New 1946-47 Featuring ti&rs in All Price Ranges—<Mlor<> Than 200 Fur Coat Beauties All! * Would yotf like to $ee, and try on, a beautiful mirtk coat pf iced/it $2,000? Yes, such coats will be in this showing—and many, many i new 1946-47 fur coat: in all price , ranges, all beautifully sityled, all beautiful in fur quality! Here- coming to Kressnsky's ! for THURSDAY ONLY, is the fur show every woman.wiH want to attend. It will be a grand opportunity: to see "what!s what", in the new furrcoats-r^the new immense sleeves; 1947 rich with fullness? swaggering short coats or full-length coats! :Come—if just to see what bauty furs can bring—remember, for THURSDAY ONLY! by the Aji*ers v <l>f-v ' O;ie:of -ti\e -North's <Jreat*st ; Manufacturing '•tf'iirfltsri c; ' > An -Expert Ftirritir ' WlH v jSe i I'lTT-cnt To, Talk To- Y<»i About i, Furs,. Skins and Coat Quality, ? m i Mi « M. M W M HERE IS THE REASON; ADVANTAGE OF OUR Kresensky's fur prices are consider, aWy; quotations £or many pf these saine £ur^::This;i&j^^ojt^e fact of early purchassis; the majority of;the ensky's stock were purchased back in, Jaiiuai tion of this advance selling. You willvseerthatfatipt ed in plain figures, when you read the price ensky's Furs. •.You can,be.a vision,of glamour and beauty in one pf;;thescj.lqxur;ioiis, .'new-fashion fur coats! And,yo.u cajn(.lose;y,ftur heart,to 6ne.0f ithegc . cpats, and know.JhaXit i^p^ked.rlgUt. VWh<5ther..yoiU ; fayo.r:9r^n • ^m|^ackjf^^or^Gr^ijy.pi f ,au4allduring,oiir, Advance August selling. H If you;need,;a'fur;cq0t rT-comejnr—take advantage,of.our August,prU:e's-^-arid choose a'coat. you'll love from this day forward! ; • '. • <of In i. iipMMcC©NEy .;-..... ifAw; : ;,;,. ,. / ;. . rj^^M^NK ... . .,, JJ|T!@N LAMP . - J SEAL (heads),. Sl^BO IBLACK PERSIAN PAW •; . . . $232 tjlREYKID SKIM . .. . . $234 .... $240 / . . v$270 DYED WUSKRAff . . ^294 GENUINE MARIVIINK , . . ^2 NATUBAL JERSEY IVIUSKRAT . $462 iff:'": V-^C''-?:-.;/" •'.•'*>;' ''<-.', . . &.' - ' ' "'•"'•'••' : ^t/ialKrei€niky f $ Pltn you §»§ ir: ; »tf i! : >kSi'-v'-Mr.; l i,'«\'' '>»« ; J . : •• f

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