The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 8
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Wedding Shirloy Jenn Ethmngton of Algonn, dauphtcr of William EtherinRton of Sioux City and Paul Gerard Strbritz, son 'of Mr and Mrs Frank Stebrifz, were married Thursday. Jan. 31. at 9 o'clock at St. Cecelia Catholic church with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a striking sheath bridal gown of imported Silk lace with an over-skirt and chapel sweep train of bridal satin. The gown, fashioned with satin girdled Empire waist had long sleeves ending in bridal points at the wrists and Sabrina neckline. The lace bodice wac trimmed with seed pearls and ir- ridescent sequins. The traditional "something borrowed" wa.i her veil of illusion edged with lace, held in place by a satin tiara with seed petttls and irri- descents, loaned by Mrs William Foth of Algona. American Beauty roses on a white prayer book completed the picture. Karen Etherington of Estherville attended her sister as maid of honor. Sharon Gardner of Lone Rock was bridesmaid. Attending the groom were Donald Glaser and Marvin Lallier. Ushers were Wayne Goodman, uncle of the bride and Thomas- Stebritz, brother of the groom. Following breakfast at Van's cafe given by the groom's mother, a reception was held at the V.F.W. hall for 100 guests. The bride's table was decorated with f white roses and tapers and centered with a three tiered wedding cake. Serving the guests were Mary Lou Dimond of Wesley, niece of the groom, Mrs Charles Rolling of Ceylon, Minn., and Mrs Homer Clark, sisters of the groom. Mrs Charles Redemske cut the cake. Mrs Jerry Kramer of .Bancroft had charge of the guest book. The bride graduated at Siou>. City in 1956 and has since been employed in Algona. The groom is a graduate of St. Cecelia' academy and spent three years in the armed services with 27 months of overseas duty in Austria. He is employed at the Council Oak store. The couple will be at home at 513% North Thorington street following a short wedding-trip Thilges Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Will Thilges of Algona observed their golden wed ding anniversary Tuesday, Jan. 29. Features of the day included a high mass in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating, a dinner at noon at the Johnson H»use- and a reception from 2 to 5 p.m. in the home. Mr and Mrs Thilges were married Jan. 29, 1907, at Spring Brook and made their home on a farm two miles 'west of St. Joe until 1949 when they retired to their home in Algona. Ten of their 11 children are living, and all but two attended the anniversary observance. They also have 39 grandchildren. Valenfin* Tea St. Ann hospital auxiliary will hold a Valentine Tea on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 2 p.m. at St. Ann hospital. Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter, program chairman, will present Dr. Isaac H. Shohet, now practicing at Bode, formerly from Iraq. He is a graduate of Medicine of the University of Lebanon and he will give a history of his medical career which will be followed by a discussion period. Following a short business meeting there will be a tea honoring nexv members, served by the social committee of which Mrs Don Prieskorn and Mrs James Milder are chairmen Susan Bode, 10 Mrs Roland Bode gave a party Saturday honoring the tenth birthday of her daughter Susan Guests were Mary Lou Brown, Lucinda Bradley, Kathy Besten- lehner, Gerald, Russell, Diane and Patrice Bode, Constance Cassel, Suzanne Elbert, Linda Froelich, Virginia Gisch, Janet Erpelding, Betty Lichter, Ramona Larson, Gerald Miller, Judy Meissner, Jean Mescher, Paul Ostwinkle, Connie Prothman, and Janice Robinson. Family Dinner Party A family party was held Sunday evening at Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder's in honor of the former's birthday. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Robert Walker of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Verr Walker, Mr and Mrs Merlin Walker, Mr and Mrs Cecil Bjustron and Francis of Whittemore, Mand Mrs Orville Holdren am Shirley, Laura Broesder and Jir Voight of Whittemore. The tinv was spent socially and refresh ments were served. Pot Luck, Plum Creek The Plum Creek Women's Clu will hold a potluck supper fr their families Wednesday ev ning, Feb. 13, at 6:30 p.m. in t v social room of St. Thomas Epis copal church. Mrs Max Goldman of Titonk will be the guest speaker. .Each family is to bring covered dish, dishes, silverwar and sandwiches. Luncheon There will be a Valentine luncheon at Algona country club Thursday, Feb. 14, at 1 p.m. Spring hats will be the theme and bridge will follow the luncheon. Members may bring guests and reservations are to be phoned in to the club by Feb. 12. Mrs Gronbach Services Monday Funeral services for Mrs Paul Gronbach, 22, were held Monday at 2;30 p.m. in the Presbyterian church at Irvington. Rev. M. H. Brower of Algona officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Mrs Gronbach was the victim of cancer. She died at 4:30 a.m Saturday in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Newton Scott, former Algona residents, at Gilmore City. She had b'een with her parents after examination and hospitalization at Iowa City in December. Naomi Scott, daughter of Mr and Mrs Newton Scott, was born July 8, 1934, at Rembrandt. She moved with her parents to Algona from Rembrandt, where she spent her childhood, in 1942. finished her schooling here, graduating from high school in 1952 She was married August 1, 1952 to Paul Gronbach. The couple had three children, Paul Jr., David and Naomi, who with the husband, survive. Other survivors include her parents, four brothers and two sisters. Ex-Whittemore Resident Dies Whittemote — Fred Fish of Lake View, Oregon arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Woodrow Russell Monday. Mr Fish came by plane to Minneapolis, to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs Maude Fish, 75, who passed away in Balaton, Minn., Thursday, Jart. 31, where she had been making her home with her sister since she left Whittemore. Mr and Mrs William Fish and family moved here from Burt and Mr Fish operated an implement shop for a number of years. He preceded his wife in death about 17 years ago. Funeral services for Mrs Fish were held Monday forenoon ir. the Presbyterian church in Balaton at 10:30 and a short service was held at the Burt cemetery at 4 p.m. with interment in the family lot. Mr Fred Fish attended the Whittemore school and after his graduation from high school attended Iowa Teac'iers College at Cedar Falls and is now one of the faculty of the Lake View school in Oregon. He is a brother-in-law of Mr Russell and Paul Potratz. At Convention Raymond Laabs of the Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator attended the Farmers Grain Dealers Association convention as delegate and Andrew Thomsen as alternate to represent the co-op at the fifty-third annual meeting of the state elevator cooperative. Others attending the three-day convention from Lone Rock were Delmar Fischer, Henry Schroeder and L. W, Geitzenauer. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 On Dean's List Miss Elaine Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner of Bode, has merited a place on the Dean's List for superior scholarship during the first semesten To achieve this distinction a student must have carried a minimum of fifteen semester hours with a grade point of 3.4 or above. Miss Wagner is a freshman in the Liberal Arts Department of Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids. St. Joe Trojans The monthly meeting of the St. Joe Trojan 4-H club was held in the KC Hall Jan. 30. Record books were given put and lunch was served following the ing by Mrs Eugene Zeimet. Seventh Birthday Mrs Donald Jorgenson gave a party Saturday afternoon honor' ing the seventh birthday of her son Jim. Guests were Paul Ghristensen, Douglas Jones, Brocke Laws, Gordon Odor, Randy Snyder, Craig Taylor and Paul Watkins. The children went sliding in the country and returned to the home for refreshments. In further celebration of the birthday dinner guests that evening were the grandparents and grandmother, Mr and Mrs Geo. M. Jorgenson and Mrs Clara, Early, and the uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs George O, Jorgenson of Fenton, Scout Leader Speakers Mrs Kjrby Webster, national field, staff worker of the Girl Scouts, was in Algona Jan. 29 and fpoke before the Lions Club at their noon meeting. She also met that afternoon at the Dr. John Sehutter home with the personnel committee which includes Mrs Schutter and Mrs Dick Norton. Mrs Norton and Mrs Helen Mikes attended a meeting .at Ruthven pertaining to Qirl Scoyts, Monday evening. Square Dance Party Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor en tertained a few friends at thei 1 home after the square dancir club meeting last week Wedm- day evening at the Annex. Cue? were Mr and Mrs George Bq'ln' Mr and Mrs Glenn Jones, Mr anc Mrs Ed Mino, Mr and Mrs Ly Reidinger and Dr. and Mrs Joh: SchilttSr. Guests At Local Home Mrs Kate Wegener had a^ uests Friday afternoon .her cousin, Mrs Hulda ' Hemphill o' Pasadena, Calif., her sister, Mrs Emma Reimers, daughter, Mrs E. K. Johnson and Mrs Alec Radig of Fenton and Mrs Emma Betcher and sister, Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld. Surprise Party Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell and Mr and Mrs Alton Rochleau gave a surprise party Sunday evening • for Mrs James Will The guests provided the lunch. A HUB Valentine! Couples Club Met The "Couples Club" met Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton. Mrs Winkel Hostess Mrs L. A. Winkel was hostess to the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Eastern Star Meets Algeria's Eastern Stars met Tuesday evening, Feb. 5, with new officers in charge. Dorothy Laird is the Worthy Matron and Charles Hardgrove is Worthy Patron. Other officers are Darlene Claude, John Claude, Clara Shilts, Joyce Hayden, Lila Potter, Evelyn Thompson,. Leona Carver, Helen Reidinger, Ethel Loss, Valeria Nelson, Dorothy Hardgrove, Marguerite Guster, Atha Hardgvove, Jane Asa, Betty Schildknecht and Warren Nelson. A school of instruction is planned for this evening at 2 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, and Bernita Rusk and Carol Finn are to be initiated. WEMBLEY SUPERBA NECKWEAR STRIPES are making "news" in ties . . . and we have the news-making stripes, lots of them! Next come boldly-figured ties . . . singing of Springl We have at the Hub a grand tie-picking assortment for you gals who want a 'right' Valentine ... all made in the perfection manner o f Wembley and Superba. 1.50 up AUTO - TRUCK Service We can give you whet you need. 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