The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 'Jacftlc Williams Celehrates—. Mrs. Bob Williams entertained m a party Wcdncshday afternoon celebrating her son Jackie's first birthday. 'The guests, with th'eir mothers, were Judy and Jimmy Pickott, Joan and Nancy Muck'ey, „..,., -Lee.- Tucsday and Wednesday, October 15-16 "•ilffl-' ^Co-Hit- North Wes ounfed Nic 'tou&Oe. GODDARD MADELEINE CARROLL i k PRESTON FOSTER 1 « RQBT. PRESTON' 1 jpfjS. AKIMTAMfflOF Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 17-18-19 Wl Range Gangsters Scattered -ffj^ Like Rats On The RUn \yhen Rangebuster Law ; C£itie To Town!! Serial, "Scarlet Horseman" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday'^We4fpda,y, Oct. 20-21-22-23 J*Afffi VffftMfl I Mr. and frlrs. John S. Hertz of West Bend anno'unce the marriage 6f their daughter Florence Celia, above, to Charles Lane Clegg, son of Mrs. Nancy Jane Clegg and the late Charles E. Clegg of Henryville, Ind. The ceremony took place Sept. 14 in Alnmeda, Calif. Mr. and'(Mrs. Jess H.:Farfis, Alameda, were the attendants, Mrs. ""arris beinc a sister of the groom. Following-the ceremony a wedding .breakfast was served at the Clnremont Country Club Hotel. The <bride attended 'Mt.' St. Mary's College in Cherokee, and the past year has been secretary to the assistant to the president of Key System, Oakland, Calif. Mr. Clegg attended Hanover College in Madison, Ind. He recently received 'his discharge from the army after serving four years in Alaska, China and India. He is now with the War Assets Administration in Alameda, Calif., Following the breakfast the couple motored to Sonoma Mission Inn in the Valley fo . the Moon, Boyce Springs, ^Calif., for their honeymoon. Upon their return they will be at home at 21G7 Clinton Avc., Alameda, Calif. Lone Rock Lively Rockets— On Tuesday evening, October 0, a very enjoyable 4-H meeting was held at the ihome of Carol Ann Thompson 'by the Lone Rock Lively Rockets. New officers were installed by Miss Schultz, county home demonstration 'agent. Those installed were Lucille Decker, president; Betty Shaser, secretary-treasurer; Carol Ann Thompson, vice president; and Betty Person, historian and reporter. . , ; .The girls ; decided that their meetings, '•jfrpUld,-. 'be ijteld -on the second Wgdnesdiay-e\6Sftin ; f£ in >the i^lh,v^&S^^^^W.'^ier^, after during 1 the; summer .^months it would (be held'on the second and fourth Wednesday afternoons. The group was represented at the training school held at Bancroft and also the organization meeting at Burt. Union Alethean Club— , The Union Alelhean 4-H Club held a supper picnic at the Black- 'ford Parlc on the evening of September 30th. All members were present. Lavonne Hanselman of Algona was a special guest. Following the picnic the group attended the movie. Sfttftt&rs-WUley Swea City: Fern , daughter ot Mr, and Mrs. Do'y'a) Sanders, and Paul Willey, son.oi Mr. and tilts. George WilTeisVWlre married Wednesday, Ott6tt6r' : 9, at )0:30 In the mb'fnMg At tne froftle of the tortdc's iparents. fft'e ffv. S. Hammer reftd the ddutoTe ' ring service. .-, The bride wdfe a fl6fer tefi|th gb'Wn of white an'd carWfea 'a'tfeli- quet of white an'd mAk lio'ni'ppni chrysanthemums. Her braSsiWaid was Patrfcla Glimpse, niede 'of'the bridegroom. Mr. Willey -Wds.^t- .ten'ded by Wayne Sanders, ibfolft'ef of the torlde. A wedding dinner was Se'ri'eci.at one o'cloclj: at the Sanders' home for 28 telatives. Miss Sanders was graduated fr6m the Lrtne Rock high sch'6'oV.in the class of 1044, The past $0ar she has been e'rriiiloy'pd'ln ATfo)ia. Mr. Willey Is n welder in a 'BlaCk- smifh nhop in Algona. After a wedding tiip t'o apolis, the couple will -be at h'ome in Al'gona. d CIuT) — Algona Townsehd Club No. 1 niet Oct. 8 at the home of Mr. . and Mrs. W. R. Carney for regular business and social time. Mrs. A. M. Anderson gave instructions on how to hold a club council election. T\volvc of the following nominees will .be'electcd to act as club council for the ensuing year: "H. E. Miner, Mr. and. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W...R. Carney, Mrs. Cora 'Holdr'en,-'Mrs. Minnie C. Jones, Mr. and.<Bi£B. Loyd Haubdch, Kenneth Dobley, Mrs. Mary Heard, Mrs. Ellen Bjustroni, Mrs. June MoMurray, .Jrtrs^.fRufe'y Goeders, Jean Holdren, "J. M. Weaver, Mrs. Frieda Willey, Bernard Weaver, Lyle Black;;'!' Mrs. Edna Danielson, Mrs. John Krarn- er, Melvin Lauck, James -Eraser and Mrs. Jessie C. Edwards. Birthday Celebration— A dinner and supper was served 50 /guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding, east of Algona, on Sunday in celebration of Mr. Erpelding's 73rd birthday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend arid son Paul, ot Burt;-Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krieps and George of Wesley; Mr. "and Mrs. Tom Fonburger and family of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zigrang arid family of Liv'ermore; Mr. and Mrs. Al Erpelding, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willlfihv Erpelding and family, Syly^ter Erpelding, all of Bode; J. Bi'rErpeld- ing, Christine and Rose Arend, Josephine. Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. William Enpelding and 1 * family, Florence Fisch, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and'siamily, John Schier, of Sexton{ t; Mr. 'and Mrs,/William, Durilap.Vaftd Allie and Marie-Erpelditjgt of-'Algpna. ' Al*,.' ^iijL^..- -'• ' '• '£*ii:w ' -^-^»< .'.•»-• :t ,' ^ry.Wicks-is.Seven^— , , • ;/./ Mrs. Orvllle Wicks t(ave ^''stir- prise birthday party Wednesday Cor her son Larry in celebration of his ,7-th anniversary. 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