The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
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2-AI§6na (la.) Upper 0tt Moirm Thursday, Sept. 49, 1955 Peirce-Harmon Wed Sept. 17 Mr and Mrs Charles Harm.on, pictured above, were married Sept. 17 at 9:00 a.m. Father Cooper performed the ceremony in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Mrs Harmon is the former Betty Lou Peirce, daughter of Mr and Mrs K. T. Peirce. Charles is the son of Mr and Mrs Chester Harmon. Marbel Immorfall. Irvington. was the bride's only attendant. Walt Mesc.'her was best man. Only members of the family wore present. A wedding dinner was held at the Algona Hotel following the ceremony. The couple arc now nl home al Route- 2, Algona. ' where Mr Harmon is engaged in farming. Society Mote? Weds Al Dubuque Maurna Ruth Murphy, daughter of Mrs David Murphy of Dubu- cjuc, and Gerald J. Donovan, son of Mr and Mrs George Donovan of St. Paul. Minn., wore united in marriage in a ceremony held Saturday at St. Rafael's Cathedral in Dubuque. Mr Donovan is manager of the 1 ; North Central Public Service Co. in Algona, and following a wedding Irip into the west, the; couple will be at homo in a Morck Apt. on North Phillips St. A number of Algona folks attended the wedding, among them Mr and Mrs Luke Linnan, Joe Lynch Sr., Mr and Mrs Leo Im- morfall, Mr and Mrs Richard Crirr, Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley, Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman and Mrs Curl Morck Sr. Si. Benedicl C. D. of A. The St. Benedict C. D. ..f A. met Sept. 22 at, S p.m. with Grand Regent Betty Daley presiding. There had been no meetings dur» ing July and August. Five hundred was played after the meeting with Rcginn Froeh- licii winning high prize and Agnes Ro^enmcyer winning low. Additional prices were cup prizi; won by Fidelia Ricke and plate prize by Louise Arndorfer. imo- {;cne Hobscheidt was called Tor i.ttendance prize but she was absent. Chan-lady tor entertainment was Verna PI'etfer. Refreshments were served by ;i lunch committee with Juanilu Balk as chairhidy. .Next meeting will be held Oct. 20. A bake sale will be sponsored by Die C. D. of A. Sunday Oct. 2, after both Masses. Mr and Mrs Andrew Johnson, Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan, Mr and Mr? Gerald Ferris. Mi Mrs Walter Jensen. Mr and Claude Single and Delhi Edith Welter entei tained party Saturday evening at the Johnson House prior lo the dance al the Country Club. Mrs and al a Church Circle Mel The evening circle o'f the First Lutheran church met Tuesday evening. Those on committee were Mrs Harold Erickson. Mrs Don Frederick and Mrs F. M. Holt. Guild Luncheon The Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist church met Monday evening for a dinner served by the September circle of the WSCS of which Mrs Don Nelson and Mrs Max Bartholomew are chairman and co-chairman respectively. Viola Douglas is president of tii<; Guild. Honor Miss Sorcnsen Airs Irma Lee Deim, Mrs Celia Deal, Mrs Paul Parkins, Mrs Raymond LiivC'iill nf Lei oy, Minn.; and Mrs Robert Simonsen oi Grao.ttin^cT gave a .shower Monday evening fur their niece, Judy Sorensen engagement ami approaching marriage to Don Naumun has been announced. Guests were Mrs Casey Loss, Mrs Hay Cook, Mrs Robert Deal, Mi.s Gene Furst, Mrs Henry Furst,, Mrs Gilbert Hargreuvcs, Mrs Julia Hcntges, Mrs Hill Norman, Mr.- Hich.ird McGinms, Mrs Ernest Naumtin. Mrs Albert Richardson, .Mi;, Dirk Sorensen, Mrs Max Stratt'in, Mrs Willard Zeiglcr and Gretcbcn and Jon Deim. Birthday Picnic Mr- Mary DeGraw's birthday was ei'lflj! atcd Sunday at Hump- j where sin- and .Mr aii.M Mrs I Cecil McGinm.-. Mr and Mi-, Karl Tavlur. Mr and Mrs Halnh Tuylnr anil Mr and Mrs Mayn:.i'rd Stephensun and .-mi n| Manchc's- ter ir.<-t l.ii a pirnn.- dinner. Mrs McGinn is. Mi.-, Karl Tayloi and Mi.') SteplK-riMJii are daughter-. ,.i Mis JJeGraw. First Birthday -Mr* Cilcn Snulli n.ivr a \mr\\ S.,luni;,v aflciTioon , n nij.-ci'vam . i'l the Jirsl birthday of |, ( -|- M ,n 'J ''iniiny. C;u< -t.- \vi-i c Mi.- llu-h C,.rr ,11. Mi- Wai;.-n Audi.-a-..n aiKl K;,!!,v M:-s A II. Mi-.Mun.,v. Mi.- Hf:lj(-it W.iilacc Kirki'v -mi Jcii.\. Mr- JaiiR--. Ul'.. Ma.^ai./l. Jin. and Dcbijv, Mr.-. l.;,\;Tenet' j Milic:. Kathy and David '.,nd ' Mr.- Darri-ll S\vaitx. Ladies "Slag" Party at It,.- C:.unliy Ch;tj \Vidn. -da\ S.i.n.i, v. •„;, t-i.aii Mian, Mr,-, C'lauii. i oJa;;lc v.a. C'l-ciiji; it,.,n ,,iid lln.-i'L '•I! nji.'.li.itli-r v.'i.-i r Mi.- J.iiii ' K'/idiiaa-. Mi- (;..-:aid K(-i i .... M,^ ; Ln\vi--li Sinilii. Mi.- I', a i iic- ! Frank], Mr.- Me-! Gi.iiiii. Mr.- C / ''j i| Ii'dyj, uKd Dt-!iu ai.'.i Ed.u. V,.,;.j| Mrs Morck Hosless •' Mr.- Cail Mr.rck Jr. i, : :,.. club Thimble Club Hosless M: B. & P. Women Week National Business Week is being observed by the Business and Pi nfessinnal Women from Sept. 20 to Oct. 1. The local organization is having guest day Wednesday and a dessert lunch will be served at 7:30 o'clock in the Algona hotel. Al Chufch Meeting The Rev. and Mrs Gerald flail- auer, Mrs Albert Gfdn^ow, Mrs Hazel Lusby and Mrs August Slagle attended (he North Iowa Congregational conference at Rockwell Tuesday. Here For Anniversary Mr and Mrs Leo Thilgcs had weekend guests who came to al- tencl the golden wedding an- niverary of Mr and Mrs John Thilgcs' at West Bend, Monday, Sept. 19. Mr and Mrs Milton Will entertained the "Couples Club", a card playing group, Sunday evening. Auxiliary Host To Gold Star Mothers, Whitt. Whittemore — The American Legion Auxiliary entertained the Gold Star Mothers at the Legion Mall last Tuesday evening. Mrs Marion Hyink, president of the Auxiliaryi was in charge of the program. Mrs Elmer Elliot and Mrs Marje Laivipright gave very impressive talks on the auxiliary and the work they are doing for disabled veterans. Free year membership were given to the honored guests Mrs Amanda Ruhnke, Mrs Frank Piekarski, Mrs Simon Weber of here, and Mrs William Schmcl- ing of Windom, Minn. Cards were played following the program, Mrs P. J. Fuchsen, winning high, Mrs Louis Braatz low, Mrs Elmer Elliot, plate prize, and Mrs Emma Knecht winning the door prize which was also a free membership for a year. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Annette Arend, Mrs Ella Kollasch, Mrs Olga Braatz, Mrs Emma Knecht and Florence Kollasch. Hecuperaling Slowly Mr and Mrs Herbert Polralz were at Mason City last week Tuesday whdre they met Mrs Loran Barker and family of Cedar Rapids, who came to help take care of her mother, Mrs Richard Potratz, who suffered a slight heart attack two weeks ago. She has showed a slight improvement lately. Mrs Barker came here Saturday to take back his family Sunday. 15ih Anniversary Relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Al- gona gathered at their homo Wednesday evening lo celebrate theii* 15th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Archie! Voigt, Mr and Mrs Wil- Jinm Meyer Sr., Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, 'Mrs Dorothy fcosendahl and daughter, Kay Frances and son Danny, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mr' and Mrs Milton Espe and family, all of Whittemore; and Mr and Mrs Floyd Gardner, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt and Miss Rosella Voigt of Algona and Mr rfnd Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock. OIL fACH UNIT OF CANNED GOODS IN A TOTCMHOMfBA&'BVYABAGFtJLL / APRICOTS.. SUPERB GRAPEFRUIT WARTS 4"c# 5 $l 6*«# OWNfO 0000$ -SAtf LASTS THRU OCT. 8th.. amen rrem FOR sen son and OCT. M ONLY f ' HERE* THE SECOND CANISTER. 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