The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1957 · Page 8
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S-Alfldfta (la.) Upper Dg* MoinM thundery, E»b. 28, 1957 Post Nuptial Shower For 1 iiVerne Bride LuVerne — Mr? Joe Guy. the former Eleanor Ann Sclnvidcler was the honored guest Saturday efttrnoon at a post - n u p t i a'l ?hower held in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, with 3r> sharing the courtrsy. Hostesses were Mrs Andrew Marty. Mrs Dornld Martv. Mrs Henry Marty. 7.-? E. C." Martv and Mrs W. A. Marty. A short musicial program consisted of a flute solo by Margene Merklc, vocal solo 'bv Janice Heine, accompanied by Mrs J. Paul Stevens and two appropriate readings by Mrs Fred Merklc. As?isting in opening (he many gifts w.is Mrs Kenneth Fuhr Goldfield. the former Norma Jean Hefty, classmate of the brkle. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons entertained guests for dinner Sunday in honor of the fifty- ninth wedding anniversary of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Geo. Bronleewe of Clarion. Guests were a son, Mr and Mrs Ben Bronleewe also of Clarion and two daughters Mr and Mrs Raymond Larson and son Ronald of Renwick, Mr and Mrs Albert A Schipull, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Richard Larson of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Everett Schipull and sons of LuVerne. Linda Ray Agard was honored Sunday in the home of her parents,. Mr and Mrs Ray Agard on the occasion of her twelfth birthday. Guests for dinner were Raeann Brink, Linda Mae Schnetzer, Sheri Ramus and Cassandra Skogmo. After dinner Linda Ray opened her gifts. Mr and Mrs Agard and Gary took the girls to the skating rink in Algona for the afternoon. The LuVerne Live Wires met Tuesday, the 19th at the home oi Annette Braynard. Mary Daley transferred from the Irvington Ideals to the LuVerne Live Wires. Mrs Jack Roos entertained the Bid-N-Bye club in her home, Friday evening. Guest substitute players were Mrs Bert Sankey of Renwick and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus.. Mr and Mrs Giiy Andre were hosts to the Bid Nine Club in their home Saturday evening. Guest substitute players were Mr and Mrs Alvin Hardcopf. At three tables of 500 high and low Mrs Alvin Hardcopf, Mr Alvin Hardcopf, Mr Clifford Holmes, Mrs Clifford Holmes and Earl John. General meeting of the WSCS i was (held February 20. Hostesses were Mrs Harry Lichty, Mrs Norma E. McClaran, Mrs Jessie Sanford and Mrs Irvin Jergensen. Devotions were led by Mrs Percy Brink and lesson given by Mrs Glen Braynard. Mrs Loyd Larson, general chairman, presided. Mz- and Mrs Loyd Larson, Gerald and Carolyn had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs Emma Larson, Warren Larson, Mr and Mrs Edwin Edge, Dana of Humboldt, Donald Larson, An\es, Mr >and Mrs Marian Larson. Visitors in the Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Arthur Henry of Pocahqntas, Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston and dau- 'ghters of near Irvington. Mr and Mrs Peder Hjemeland drove to Iowa City Sunday and brought their daughter Aslough home after she spent , the past . week in the University hospital receiving medical t r e a t m e n t. They will now take Aslough to hospital in Fort Dodge for treatments, Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, daughter, Margene and niece Marie Kay Marty spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines visiting in the home of her brother. Mr and Mrs Wilder Rockwood visited Friday to Tuesday in Chicago, 111., in the home of his brother. Bill Bonnstetter has been employed the past month in the Department of Agriculture in Chicago, 111. He is also taking a night course in Geometry. Bill, son o: Mr and Mrs Ernest Bonnstettei Of LuVerne was a 1956 graduate of the LuVerne Community school. Mr and Mrs Fred Bily had as visitors Thursday, his mother, Mrs Joe Bily and -Mrs Linus Weist, sister of Mrs Fred. Bily of <?aUnar. They brought the three S oung children of Mr and Mrs ily. Mr and Mrs Bily and son D.uane moved here the past week from Lament, Iowa. Mr Bily is the new manager of the Thomp- gon Yards. John Schmidt, employed in the Thompson Yards in Forest City spent the weekend in the home Of his mother, Mrs Emma Schmidt. Mr and Mrs James Slater re, turned Saturday from their Week's honeymoon trip east and d in the parental, Mr and William Prior home, and Mrs Guy Giddings at- d the banquet and meeting the district rural letter car- rs in Garner, Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley Hid daughter Dawn of Fairfield Cpae Saturday evening to visit J - *e home of her father Phil ' ty. They came to help M* celebrate his birthday Feb. 25, Qroh, attending the Dun- Institute in Minneapolis. r the .weekend .-with his iffftp 4wppW 4P*w ^ %r*iipw* TJP>W VT* ' and Diane. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and daughters of Cedar Falls were weekend visitors in the parental Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti home. Mr and Mrs Loren Larson o1 Irvington were- Saturday afternoon nnd evening visitors in the Mr and Mis Cecil Jolliffe home. Mrs Jessie Sanford of Badger came Friday for the weekend in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs James Trauger and family. Mr and Mrs Eddie Moore of Hardy were Wednesday evening callers in the Mr and Mrs Cecil JoHiffe home. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner were Saturday overnight, ana Sunday visitors in the home of the former's sister. Mrs Minnie Dickie in Mason City. , Mr and Mrs Frank Hundermark of Livt'iTnore were Monday evening callers in the Cecil Jolliffi home. ' Mr and Mrs James Mallory had as guests Friday to Sunday their friends, Mr and Mrs Bernard Manchester of Minneapolis, Minn Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly ana Dale had as guests for uinnei Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll and son Dennis of Ren wick and his friend Miss Naomi Strayer of Algona. Thu occasion was to observe the wedding anniversaries of Mr and Mrs Stoll and Mr and Mrs Kubly, Feb. 10 and 23. Mr and Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas visited her sister, Mr and Mrs William Welter and family in Mason City Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas and family visited her parents, Mr and Mrs George Arndorfei in Wesley Sunday afternoon. Tuesday evening dinner guests of Miss Verlaine Johnson, honoring the birthday of her friend Junior Hardcopf was his sister. Mr and Mrs Guy Andre, daughters, Michele and Kathy. Mr nnd Mrs Laurel Bentley and daughter Dawn of Fairfield were Saturday overnight and Sunday visitors in the home of her father, Phil C. Lichty, They came to help Mr Lichty observe his birthday Monday, Feb. 25. St. Benedict CDA St. Benedict — The Catholic Daughters of America held their meeting Thursday, Feb. 21, with Grand Regent Stella Eischen presiding. , • A new treasurer, Violet Pleme was elected taking the place p Donna Brown who has moved. Following the meeting cards were played. Prizes went to Agnes Rosenmeyer for high Violet Plemel, fqr plate, Antoinette Dorweiler for birthday and Stella Eischen for door. Lunch was served by the com mittee with Betty Daley, chairlady. Chairlady on entertainment was Violet Plemel. The next meeting will be held March 21 preceded by pot luck supper at 6:30. OF FITTING SERVICE DIPLOMA The above diploma Is awarded only to corsetleres who graduate from Gossard'* Corsetlere Training School. It mean* that we are experts In figure analysis and fitting. , It means, too, that we art qualified to help you discover a new and more beautiful YOU* The Gossard Training Course also Included maternity fittings. Yo ( ur physician'! prescription will receive expert Attention, Mrs Mildred Miller hat completed the above course as given fey the H. W. Costard Company of Chicago and if now a GRADUATE CQRSETIERE in the fullest Mint of the word, Mrs MUltr will be glad to givt you a fitting and personal advice about your foundation garment preb* lemi. 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