The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1955 · Page 19
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PEG AAQ I . N Bode Golden Wedding Bod* Golden Wedding On Doc. 27, 1905, Miss Ella Ziegler became the bride 01 Jiar.y J. Bode jit St. Cecelia's church in Algona with Kathei Hatpin officiating. Last Tuesday morning, St. Cecelia's church now in a new edifice, was again the scene of a High Mass in celc- biation of the f>Ulh anniversary 01 the event. Mnn.signor Gearcn officiated. , Attendants of tlie bridal paii were Mrs Julia Benson, durum and Frank Bode of McLean, 111 jost as they were 50 years ago. St. Cecelia's high school ehoii X- was a wedding couple's daughter, fcvt'lyn sang Schubert's, "Ave Maria." Mr and Mrs Bode, by .special permission were seated ir. the sanctuary during the Mass. The bride of 50 years was attired in a powder blue dress arrd hat and wore a corsage of golden chrysanthemums. The ensemble was purchased ut the same store that furnished her with the material for her wedding dress Following the church services. dinner was served at the John son Hou.-e !u tin- bridal party. their immediate family a n d special guests. Among'the 80 persons at the dinner were Mon signor Gearen, Father Cooper Father Ahmann of St. Benedict and Father Dentlinger, Chaplain at St. Ann hosoital. Decorations wi>re many bouquets and baskets of golden chrysanthemum.-;. A reception for relatives and friends was held in the afternoon. Featured on the tea table was a five-tiered wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs A. Johnson who ai.-o ar. anged the other decorations of .smilax. flowers and tiny golden slippers. Lula Richards. Blue Earth, Minn.. Marie Bode, Klma, Iowa and Leola and Mildred iitegk'i of Algona poured. Aileen Martinek played music- cm the Hammond Ufg-m during dinner and at intervals during the reception. Jam-lie Rook u: Rockwcil City, n former pupil < ! Evelyn Bode's played and sang and the grandchildren of Mr and Mrs Bode presented a Christmas pantomime under the direction of tietty Coady. The guest book was presided over by Mary B ale. Marjoiy Bode, Regina Bode and Emily Bode. Among the out-of-town guests not previously mentioned were Walter and Mable Bode 01 McLean, 111.. Mr and Mrs Theodore Pech. Walker. Iowa, Fred Pe£h, Fairf\dd and Dick Robinson, Clarion. Mr and Mrs Bode have lived all of their married life in this community and only recently re- jred Jrom their farm home to a tou.-:e in Algona. Their children are ( Mrs Pauline Coady, Burt; {•-Tinan Bode, Wesley; Evelyn, at home; Calvin, Floyd. Roland and lai'oJd of Algona. They are nuch respected and loved by heir friends and acquaintances, a arge number of whom called Tuesday to wish them well on their golden wedding anniversary. Balgeman-Shey Nuptials Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs f. W. Baigeman, West Bend. was married to Jerry Shey, son of Mr " "' Church. Dec. 17 at 9 a.m. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ;in;.Jlo ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a floor-length gown of Skinners satin, which had a portrait neck- lino, lace collar with irridescent iL-quirt a:u; pearl trim .with lace above :\ ;.pi-ending flounce ol nylon tulle. .She w.ire n linger- tip veil and a pearl choker, and carried a white prayer book bed- ^ck'xi with red roses. Mrs Leroy Bonnstetter, West Bend, served as matron of honoi and best man was Don McKenna, Mallard. Gene Forev, W e s t Bend, and Paul Crotty, Mallard were ushers. Dean Dodds and Mark Capesius were acolytes and Gene /'i.'nder was soloist. A wedding breakfast for the bridal party was held at the home of Dr."and Mrs J. B. Winkel and a reception for 100 guests followed ;i t the KC Hall. Jean Lensing was in charge of the s;i:est book. Mrs: J. B. Winkel cut tin- cake. Mrs Lyle Anderson and Mrs Corivin P-er poured. Mrs Paul Crotty and Mrs Rob.-rt (.>r:;jib.)( h were in charge of gifts, C<"rH and Mary Miller served as waitresses and Opal Kern was IT, ,:n .!£•' ol flowers. Thv newly weds will live at 511 E. State following n two-week .vcichr.^ trip to New Orleans Mis Shey is receptionist for Dr. Winkel and Dr. Shey is :-i vo'.'-rin.irian with Dr. Winkel. Wed Hero Tuesday KjthiTine L. Hutchins and Donald E. Meyers were united in niarriage Tuesday evening at 7 p m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church with Father Cooper of- ficiqting. Deannn Eisenbarth was hndfjsitiaict and CliarJes Elbt-rl be.;! man The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Hutchins of Algona and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyers. The bride wore a white knitted suitb with turquoise accessories, and the bridegro'om, a private First Class, wore his uniform. After the ceremony, attended by the immediate families only, an 8 o'clock dinner was held at the Carl Hutchins home, after which the newlyweds left on a honeymoon, destination unknown. Eugene has to report back to Ft. Bliss. Texas by January 3 and has another year to serve in the army. Kalherine will remain in Algona for a time. She is employed in the office of G. D. Shumway. Family Christmas Party Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and family were hosts to his parents, Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith and Don Smith, Jr. and family Christmas Eve. Following a buffet dinner, the group opened Christmas par- .•els. Visitors during the evening .vere Mr and Mrs Dick Cowan. The Craig. Smiths spent Christ- nas Day with Mrs Smith's parents. Mr and Mrs J. M. Fleming, at Whittemore and Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith were guests for Christmas dinner at the Don Smith, Jr. residence. Over Christmas Guests Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt had as their guests for several days over the Christmas weekend. Mrs Pratt's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank McGahey yof Victor ana her brothers-in-law and sisters. Mr and Mrs Dean Iverson and two sons and Mr and Mrs Robei 1 Edelen and two sons of Indianola. Home On Leave Richard Moe is spending a 20 day leave from the Navy here with his parents. Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe. Richard has been in the service for a year the past six months of which was spent in the Mediteranean area. He came to Algona from Norfolk, Virginia and after the fir.it of Ihe year will be stationed in Cuba. family Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs H. M. Colwell en tertained at a family dinner Monday at their home. Guests were their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and family of Adel and their son nnd daughter-in-law, the Willis rol-.vella and their three children Monthly Luncheon The Catholic Action Guild will hold its monthly public luncheon in St. Cecelia's Academy hall Thursday, Jan. 5. .Serving will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Chairladies are Mrs George Hubbs and Mrs Edmund Fridercs. Hostess To 40 Atha Hardgrove was hostess to about forty friends at an open house Monday afternoon between the hours, of f two and^six at her apartment. "'-: St. Benedict By Mr» Philip Arnderfer Mr and Mrs Charles Nordstrum and family of Emmetsburg spent Christmas day at the Henry Arndorfer home. Mrs Nordstrum is the former , Deloris Arndorfer. Deloris and the children visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich on Dec. 26. Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara, daughter and son-in-law of Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlich spent the week following Christmas in the lalter's home. They have two small sons. Jim teaches at Castana, la. The Simons family Christmas dinner was at the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Kutschara and their daughter, Ida Mae. The following people were there. Mr and Mrs George Simons and daughter Virginia, another daughter, Anita and her fiance, Bill Degan of Whiltemore: Mr and Mrs Jake Simons and daughters, Marlcnc and Neva, the latter from Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Leo Lucl- wig, Warren, David, and Mary Ellen, Mr and Mrs Ralph Simons, Mr and Mrs Bob Simons and family. Bud Kutschara. Bobby Ann Froehlich. and Harriet Simons. The entire group had the evening meal together remaining for a few more hours of good fun. Leo McCarthy, a sophomore at Lor.-if. Dubuqup, nnd Dnrrell Downs, a freshman there have arrived home at St. Benedict to spend their Christmas vacation. Both are graduates of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona. Joe Hanig arrived home from the S.U.I. Hospital Dec. 18, bav- ins been there since Nov. 29. He seemed to be coming along alright but was weak of course. He will return for a check up in two months. The Philip Arndorfer family spent Christmas Day with the lattfi's parents, Mr and Mrs M. II. McKnroe of Algona. Jane remained for 1 a few days. On Dec. 26 the following people were at the home of Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer: Julia and Helen McEnroe, aunts of Mrs Arndorfer and the following cousins. Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt and four daughters of Spencer, Dorothy Higgins and son, Bill, and Betty Ann McEnroe. Dorothy Arndorfer and son, Ronnie and daughter Marlene had Christmas dinner at Dorothy's mother's home, Mrs Isadore Eisenbarth of Algona. Dorothy's daughter and son-in-law arid granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Bob Hardcopf and Jan of Ames were home for the holiday, too. Sharon Decker, Whittemore, A !de Here Dec. 13 Sharon Margaret Decker, THE SMOKE SHOP daughter of Mr nnd Mrs William Decker, Whittcmore, became the: bride of John Morton Christiansen, son of Mrs Oscar Christiun- son, Bode, in a teremony pcr- formcd in the Methodist Church, Algona, Dec. 18. Rev. Harry Whyte officiated at the single ring reremony at 2 p.m. The bride wore a full-length white gown of silk nylon net with imported lace, trimmed with pearls and sequins. Her veil was a % length nylon with a pearl head crown, and her pearl necklace v.\is a gift of the bridegroom. Maid of honor was Mary Christiansen, Bode, bridesma\.l was Ruth Decker. Whitternore, Judy Decker was flower girl, and Bobby Kohlwes. Algona, was ring bearer. Dwight Decker was best mail, Donnie Christiansen and Orville Hanson, groomsmen, and Eulan Schuller and Roger Roncj- ved were ushers. Organist was Darlene Skogstrom, Algona. and soloist was Mr Vige of Bode. A reception for 100 guests followed the ceremony in th< church parlors. Viola Bcrning- haus, Lone Rock, was in charg" of the guest book, the ladies 'of the Methodist Church cut the cake and poured, gifts were in charge of Sharon Sabin. Algona. and Sandra Elwood, Irvington. and Irene Opheim. WhitU-m»re. Dorothy Beisch and Marilyn Jns- person," Algona, served as table waitresses. Thursday, December 29, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 The now Mrs Christirmson attended 1 Algona high school and M; Christian.-on went to school at Bode. He will soon enttfr the armed forces. The young couple is living at Humboldt. By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and family aUcnded Hie v.-cdding an-- rec'i'plion of Ph'-lv.'t Bci'ge. daughter of Mr and Mrs Env:;' Bei.uf and Ja:iif". Smith, in Bode on Sunday. Dec. IS. Mr and Mr-- Sam T'.irnabMnc are p:sn n!s cf tl"Mr tsi'-t child ,1 ? /n born fin D r .-c. 19 in St. J.-.i-op'i's Merry H"spii:i! in Fort Driduc. Mr- 'T••rnabane i.- thf f'/t i:-i ( i- Kaih-yn Kirsch, <l iiu':;- ••. i- <.f Mr arid Mrs Math Kir.-cn. •;:v! tfii-'. i- i:u-:i I'l-'t ;.',:'ur\- Ichild Mr and Mr< Nirh.'hr- Wey di:rt f-n',' •.'tjihi'd ;•; t!inner and -upnt r ::'. th"ir h<.me Sunday. Dec. li.!. Mr and M : 'S Connie Kohlh:m- of Ah:.inn. Mr and Mrs Harry Th ; .!f;e.-- of Galbralth. Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien and family and Mtr and Mrs Lawrence' Thilges and sons of. here. Harold Reding attended a State District Deputy Knights nf Columbus meeting in Ames on Sunday. The meeting of the Riverdalo Rustlers was held on December 20 in St. Joseph's School Hali. I'he club was honored to hav-j Mary Staudt, home economist, as a guest. The evening wns spent j,lav ;ng sjames and group singing ,f (.'hris'.nias songs and a gift ex- ch'inge. A delicious lunch wns scivi'd by Joan Welter. Ruth Ann K!"in. i'atsy and Mary Alma O B/ii.-n. Ann and Mary McGuire m.d Karr n Wingert. 3 Drivers Fined Three drivers paid fines in May.'i- B. P. Richardson's court '.hi.- week. They were Sidney A. Gibson. Cedar Rapids, and Richard P. Yegge, Mason City, ,v!v) paid $5 and costs each fur .'.•Mini! through school flashers, ,,'H Richard C. Simpson. Lone K'.-rk. who paid $6 and costs for Nb;tD PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Pub. Co., Algona. EHf-Liiii CHICKS ALGONA "Your HY-Line Chick Dealer" WESLEY MEAT SPECIAL PORK LOIN END 294 PORK FRESH LIVER lb. PORK WORRELL'S PURE ausage 1 Lb. Roll Mcrreii's Ready-fo-Eat Decker's Value Sliced LEAN, MEATY BEEF ROAS1S lb. 290 HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT MINCED lb. u FRESH HOME-DRESSED DUCKS - TURKEYS Roasting & Frying Chickens - Capons ALSO FRESH SELECT OYSTERS JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO... 5 Lbsjt JACK SPRAT PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING.. Kb. Tin 69c JACK SPRAT 46 OZ. CAN TOMATO JUICE....2fqr«c SKYLANO COLORADO NO. 2Vi CAN ELBERTA PEACHES...... 39c 1 LB. CAN HORMEL'S CHILI 2 for 49c Soaps Cleansers PINK DREFT Reg. Pkg. 23c : 59c SWEiTHIART SOAP 4 Reg. Bars 25c visit our cheese case for your NTs Snacks - 60 Varieties PICKLED, SKINLESS, BONELESS 14 oz. Jar Spiced Herring Cutlets . 69c BOSEDALE BUCKET JAR STUFFED OLIVES 39c FANCY 3 CANS OIL SARDINES 25c LARGE PKG. RITZ CRACKERS.... 35c LADY BETTY PT. JAR Sliced Sweet Pickies ._. 19c AGED 2 YEARS OLD CHEDDAR CHEESE . lb. 69c BUSTER 1 LB. TIN Salted Mixed Nuts .... 89c FRESH HILANP LG. POUND PKG. POTATO CHIPS FRESH JUMBO HEAD LETTUCE 2 for 29$ Ic SALE SPRIG Buy One Ctn. at Reg. Price Second Ctn. / \ ^ V / V^- *v^ J —:-J?H "NO WORK" DINNERS For Monday! MORTON'S FROZEN TURKEY - BEEF - CHICKEN CHERRY - APPLE * GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM 'A gal. 690 . _ ,^

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