The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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She wore a pearl necklace, a gift ot the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds center- ud with an orchid corsage. Connie Priebe was maid 01 honor and Donna Nauman and Dianne Hoover served as bridesmaids. All wore identical gowns. Mrs Loren Brown was at the organ and Martin Huber sang "The wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer." The church was decorated with chrysanthemums, puinscttas, and two huge Christ- inns trees. Michael Kain and Gary Priebe lit twin candelabra. Mr James Siorijohann o£ Reinbeck was best man. Eugene Druger and Everett Juhl of Reinbeck were th<_ groomsmen. James Kain and Harlan Haase served as ushers, Mrs Janelle Hormsen of Dinsdale took care of the guest book. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the K. C. hall where Irene Drager, Helen Wirui and Julie Plaehn opened the many gifts. Mrs Martha Dragei cut the wedding cake. Roseita Ohlmann served the punch and Mrs' John Craig of Cedar Falls and Mrs Earl Plaehn of Gladbrook poured. Waitresses were Paula Priebe, Roberta Grayling, Marilyn Reines, Janeen Plaehn, and' Mrs Donald Larson. Mrs Berl Priebe was dining room hostess. The bridal tables were decorated with red candles, holly and the bridal cake. Out of town guests included Mrs Leonard Philip, Dinsdale; Mrs Henry Plaehn, Reinbeck; Mi and Mrs Kenneth Plaehn, Reinbeck; Mr and Mrs Earl Plaehn, Gladbruok; Mr and Mrs'R. C Hauschildt, Grundy Center; Mr and Mrs Clarence Arp, Glad-* brook; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Plaehn, Reinbeck; Mr and Mrs Craig, Cedar Falls; Mr and Mrs Donald Harmsen, Dinsdale; Mr and Mrs Harold Plaehn, Reinbeck; Mr and Mrs Paul Plaehn, Reinbeek; Mrs Ethel Ohlmann, Thompson; ivl'r and Mrs Gene Abbey, Joico; Mi and Mrs A. W. Young, Cleat- Lake; Mr and Mrs Everett Juhl, Reinbeck; Helen Wirth, Garwin: Mr and Mrs Chuck Pl'aehn, Reinbeck and Mr and Mrs Jack Ramsey of Gladbrook. The bridegroom was recently discharged from the navy and ihu bride has been teaching at Iowa FaJls. Following the honeymoon the couple will* be at home at jieJnbeclt, Iowa. (NeJs Isaacson Photo) Crapser-Iverson Miss Dorothy Iverson, daughter q.f Mr and Mrs Hans lyti'son of Crystal Lake, became the bride of Lt. Charles Crapser. son of Mr and Mrs Lcroy Cnrpsoi,' of Algona, in a ceremony Sunday, Dec- 1L' at 3 p.m. iriiMb" Methodist parsonage at'-- Crystal Lake. Mr and Mrs J.ick Dutf'on of Algona, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, i were the attendants. The bride, a graduate of- the Crystal Lake .high school, was employed as a clerk in Lyle*s Shoe Store here and recently has been a telephone operator in Des Moines, 'Lt. Crapser, an outstanding athlet T e*"*fohile in Algona high school, 'attended the State University of Iowa and Drake University befpre enlisting in the army in 1950. He spqnt 25 months in Korea and Hawaii before returning home in November. He will now be stationed at Loring Air Force Base at Limestone, Me\, with the Strategic Air Command and plans to make a career of the service. Lt. and Mrs Crapser left on a wedding trip' and will be at home in Maine. Birthday Honors Mrs John Mahoney entertained at a party Friday evening in observance of her birthday. Guests were Mrs William Ludwig, Mrf Veinell Ludwig, Mrs Mary Nelson, Mrs Mary Garman, Minnie Schick, Ada Schick, and Leona Ferstl. Five Hundred was play- od and Mrs Nelson won the high score and guessing pri/os. * The low score prize went to Ada Schick. Townsend Club Members of the Algona Townsend Club met at the home of Will Muclu-y for their regular meeting and post-Christmas party recently. > An auditing committee, consisting of Mrs Williarf) Carney, Mrs Chester Willey and Mrs A. M. Anderson, was named. There was a gift exchange and games, followed by a pot luck lunch The next meeting will be Jan. 10 at the Chester "Willey home. Congregational Women The Women's Fellowship of the Congregational c h u r c h met Thursday. Jan. 5 for a 1:15 desert luncheon. Devotions were given by Mrs Allen Buchanan The lesson was on "In a" Revolutionary World," with forugin nations as the blackground. Plan Dessert Luncheon Women of the First Lutheran church iiu-t. Thursday, Jan. 5 for a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon. Hostesses wt'iv Mrs O. Leonard Nelson, Mis Harold Erickson, Mrs Betty Galbrailh and Mrs G. D. Brundaye. Methodist Luncheon The Methodist W.S.C.S. met Thursday, Jan. 5, for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs Maruaivt Reid and Mrs Robert Schoby are chairman and co-chairman. Mrs Kenneth Medin lias cliai'ijc' of the Silver Anniversary Open house i.< being ht'ld in the basement of tin- Algona Meth'nj- i»t Church from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Jan. ii, ly5(i in hunor ul the iiatli wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Victor Applegate. All friends and relative:; are invited. Announce Engagement » Mr and Mrs Bill Amun have announced 'the enyayenu-nt of their daugher, Nancy, to George Helmers, sun of Mr and Mrs Harm Helmers. The couple expect; I" be; married tin; lilt let 1 part of the summer. GdiiHere Iliffctli m Dean Marlin and Jerry Lewis turn their laugh bar- range on Ihe comic book field in Hal Wall is' gorgeous girl and gay music-loaded "Artists and Models," dtie Sunday al iKe Algona Thealer. Shirley MacLaine, Dorolhy Malone and Eddie Mayehoff co-star in Ihe madcap pair's funniest to dale. . Children^ Show Saturday : The second of the seriesrof.Al- gdria theater Saturday morning children's shows will be presented'*at the Algona theater this Saturday morning with "Annie Get Your Gun" as the feature«at- traetion. Two color cartoons will also be shown. Season tickets for the remaining seven shows will Still be on sale to all children through the eighth grade at $1.00 each. Single admissions are 25c and 50c. "Annie Get Your Gun", produced in technicolor and starring Betty Hutton, tells the famous story of Annie Oakley, the world's best woman marksman. The picture is packed with action and laughs, and is highly recommended as children's entertain- iient, being a Chiklrcn's Film Library selection. • LuVerne 'By Mrs. Fern Bigings this .ji ^SjlSfl^ AH.4 "Hf •yoi|^ id ffill^isiahiling 'mbvfSTbT ih'e&iS'eJMt/ • "Ariisls' and,, Md*,; dels,-'* 1 playing al the AlSoHftj i Thiaiir-' Sunday.. Just f§if 6j.. yfHifWift* 'al ihe faa* offl'eiS;! .v,.fMts'T*ank .-Rtfab.. .•• : : ^SitlttiOuf.. Reding --•'•- Ernesl krarrtt* • v Francis McConrtell Mis 3..T. Behlmer Mr* end Mrs Edward Dehnert: arrived home. Tuesday from spending tfie holiday in the home of theft- daughter, Mr and Mrs Johrrffi Deters and children in; EtinkTsk, N. Y. A,daughter, Mr} AM Mts Jerry Hargfoves, Kirk: aHS Lbirle of Denver, Colo., ai 4 * rived Thursday tcS visit over NeW- Years with her parents, Mr and Mrs Dehnert. .Miss Esther Merkle, her niece, Miss Marilyn Hefti of Britt spent Wednesday in Cedar falls visit- Ing friends. They called at the Western Old People's home and Visited wives of lorrner Evangelical United Brethren Church pastors, Mrs E. A. Schroeder, Mrs David Lang and Mrs J. Bi-aun.: Attending a family dinner in the Jess Jergensen home were children, Mr and Mrs J. R- Jergensen, Marsha and Elaine, Chicago; Mr and Mrs Charles Bastian, Nahcy and Jane, Vincent; Mr and Mij> Kenneth Lar : . son, Sandy, Des Moines; Sgt. 1/C and Mrs Earl Detmering, Susan and Kris, Fort Bragg, N. C., Jack Jergensen, Aides; Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith and) Craig, Mr and; Mrs Irwin Jergensen and Judy of LuVerne. Miss Esther Merkle, her nephew-. Marlin Hefti Of brill visited Friday and Saturday in St. Paul and Minneapolis in the homes of Walter Merkle, ,Elmer Merkle, and James Paulson and families. Mrs Martha Godfrey returned to her home here Wednesday night from an extended visit in Everett, Wash, with her daughter Dr. and Mrs-Howard, McMartin. and family. - . 1 Mrs Stanley Riedel left Thursday to visit her-husband Stanley Riedel in Gainsville,.Tex. Stan-, ley has a fleet of his trucks down there ' on road 'construction. David Riedel is with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs W. H. Riedel in Burt. Steven and Marcia are with their maternal grand,-: mother, Mrs Emilia Behnkendorf here, , ,„Ests in the home of Mr an S/Sgt. Otto Hanscn, Anchorage, Alaska visited tho past week in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen. Otto, a former LuVerne boy has served 3 years in the army and just reenlisted and will report back to Orlando, Florida. Lt. Gordon Heinkel,'Reese Air Force Base, Lubbock, Texas, spent Ihe Christmas holiday in the homo of his parents, Mr anct Mrs Charles Heinkel and family. Jerry Williams in Air Force, Greenville, Miss, is enjoying a furlough with nis parents, Mr and Mrs Cecil Williams. Mr and Mrs C. C. Anderson and her sister, Florence Godfrey of Red Cloud, Neb., visited Friday to Monday the past week in the home of their mother and sister, Mrs Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubye' Godfrey. Mrs Wiliam Moeding spent Monday in the home of her brother, Mr ana Mrs Ed Skow and family at Rutland. Other guests wefe their parents, Mr and Mrs A. T. Skow of Humbcildt and a sister. Miss Inez Skow of Foit Dodge. Mrs Thelma Miller and tick of Webster City spent Friday visiting old friend:; hero. ' Mrs Albert Schneider, daughters Jarine and Janelle. her mother, Mrs Martha Schneider, visited Monday in the Elmer Richardson home in Slater. Mrs Schneider is a sister of Mrs Richardson. Mr and Mrs H. J. Langman of Green Mountain visited recently in the homo of their daughter Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and children. Mr and Mrs Joe Madden of Fenton visited Monday in-'tlu Koine of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James MalW.v. Mr and Mrs Arthur Foal visited recently in the home of her uncle. Mi- and Mrs Henry Kubly. They were enroute to llU'ir home in Flasher. N. D. from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where Mrs Foal was a .surgical patient in a hospital there. * Guests in the Mr and Mrs Car! Goctsch home in. Algona for the ho;id«y dinner were his mother. Mrs Anna'Goetsc-h, brothers Arlie Goc-tsch, Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja and Sheryl, friend-:, Mr and Mrs Arthur Riley, Mr and Mrs James Doak and Nita Sue of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and' David of Algona. Guests in the home of Mr and Mrs William Gyelsch and daughters Monday were her cousins, Mr andlMrs Viator Sween, Jimmy, Arthur and Vickie Ann of Furl Dodge. Mrs Edith . Prior visited in the Ki'ine of her :,ori the William Prior family over the holiday. Mrs'S. .R. Baker for the holiday' were their children Mr and Mrs? Dwight Baker and family, Washington; Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker and sons,' Corwith; Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker and family, Livermore; the Al Porter children, Ft. Dodge; Mr and 'Mrs Walton .DeWitt, Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker families of LuVerne. Mr and, Mrs Lewis V. Block and children of Gilmore City spent the holiday irr the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Max Block. , •'•;?: , The Misses Beulah and Doris Eggleston of Des Moines spent the holiday weekend in^the par- e'ntal George A. Eggleston home. Mr and Mrs Albert Volentihe of Burt visited in the home pf their daughter, Mr and Mrs .Walter Ruger and son Tommy over the holiday weekend. Mrs Tillie Meyer has gone to spend some time in the home ot her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer in Whittemore. Geraldine Ha«ck of Livermore was a recent visitor in the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd F. Smith. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sorensen were Sunday pnd Monday guests in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Swanson in Lakeview. SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn and Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn wore Christmas Day dinner guests at the Arnold Kuecker home tit Buffalo Center. Mrs Lawrence Mueller spent Christmas day and the several tnsuing days at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. She suffered an accute attack of ap- pendicjtes Christmas Eye and tHibiuittud to an appendectomy tiirly Christmas morning. Reports aro that she is recuperating satis- facturily. Mr and Mis C. O. Bailey were Christmas Day dinner guests al thu Dr. and Mrs ». K. Bahn- SOP liome at Burt. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and family were second day Christmas dinner guests at the Zoitus home at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs E, Mittag of Des Moines wore Friday visitors lit the Bernard Jensen home. Mrs Jensen and Mrs Mittag are sisters. Mrs Carrie Jensen spent Christmas Eve at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, the A»'t Classens of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen and Mrs Carrie Jensen were Christinas Day dinner gut-sts at the Calvin Jensen home at Armstrong. Pictured above are Mr .and. Mrs John M. Christiansen, who were married here Dec. 18 at the Methodist church by Rfv. Harry Whyte: The* bride is the .former Sharon Decker, daughter of, Mr and Mrs William Decker of Whittemore. The wedding story was in last week's Upper Des Moines. > The young couple will make their home at HumboldtX Photo By ,Nels Isaacson) • , s Jolly Neighbors Party, L-Creek The 'Lotts Creek'Jolly Neighbors held their'Christmas party at the hdme of Mrs Ray Kadtng, Wednesday, Dec. 28, Mrs Bob Kitnet was assisting hostess for the pot luck lunchebnr ':-. Games were ~> played, .names rawn f or > secret;, club pals. ChriStrh'as gifts ^exchanged and Mrs ' Caroline v-Kfcessin ; jshowed, slides of' the Halloween, party: A new member, Mrs Jo ',_ Zumach, and-Mrs Ernestine Kadihg of Al- epna ,wa's a guest. ,, Airrrtah Schmitt * Home On Visit 1 A/1C K-evin Schmitt of the air force is spending a leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt. He has been stationed at Udine, Italy' for the past 13 WA'S WONDER SHOWPfcAC! he CLEAR LAKE , »OWA FRI., JAN. 6 FRANK BUHR And Hjs Mid-West Ramblers SAT., JAN. 71h PON _HOY_and_ORCH._ r ~~~ TUBS.. JAN. iO Farm Bureau Families Fun Night MALEK Accoidian Band CHILDREN'S DANCING LESSONS Ballet — Tap -' Modern " Starting Sat. Jan. 14 MOOSE HALL Register before Jan. 12 by phoning 734-W HELEN FRENCH 1-2' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cook with Terry j oe spent Christmas with the Ervin Olsons in DCS Moines. Mr and Mrs'Milton Mc- Bnde and son were at the Olsons thit day. Hei-jnan Schroeder was with the sou and family, Mv awl Mr.-; Ocois... SrhrocdcT in Musujd City for Christmas. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHJTTEM6BE, IOWA Friday J«n, 6 'e French .Sivier'ar- iFoll ii. reave|,.helMlli/repott City for ^hJg}€iachafge. Jo. fVeifmoi'e -r-Stineral services G&cSf. Olsftrtj -82, a retired fafrnfer, who psissed a\vay at his home Saturday "nibrnin^ Dec. 24, ': MA P ai"-3 . church, f at l- Mr blsbn'>as bb'rn : ih nilrtb'is • ti we; ,;!* south ;DafibtaV V MS ^ , insthis ; corrt- fntjnfiyv tftSai •••$& Ms' Met ^ ••;.••' v '-•: •:•'• 's He- . • v/a& rTSwSeti'. ; r>te ; ; ' Jessie /Uriletbefg^.wM survives;! I They celebrated their 6lst Wedding an- •niVersaf^' -last Januaifyt V He is also survived 'by three sbns.xJohn and ' Carl of Livermbr.e, '.', ' f =ahd, Arthur of Middletpn, wls.;, thre'e Sunday/ Jan. 8 < PON ,HQY Friday, Jan. 13 RAY STOUJNBERO Sunday, Jan. 15 PON SHAW »?."•.!.« I • - '- ' ' Friday, Jan, 20 KgNNY HQFIB THRUWiB, THE BEAUTY WHO tiVElJ Alt tW. NOW TEtlS'AUW '''• X' Thel?ise..Jhe|allbf Evelyn Neslwtthaw! From'penniless model to mistress of $40,000,600! ZOtli Century-!• ox presents "THEGlRLlN THE RED I VELVET ;:l SWING" iDeorers. were.-.JKla.Ufict-i 01;-; :OenHfs;'Sw6eney, ; /,:jF16yd i; ,Max* : Gft>ve8, JN STEREOPHONIC SOUND tturring COLOR by DE LUXE RAYMlLLAND-JOAN COLLINS-FARLEY GRANGER PLUS:"The Little Red Hen" (Color Cartoon) and LATE NEWS , COMING THURSDAY - 3 DATS Kelly Ryan Bill Williams "THE OUTLAWS DAUGHTER" Joan Collins in "THE ADVENTURES OF SADIE" ' A Paramount Picture In 'Color by Ttchnlcolo* and VliUVItloo Barry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published eachHweek Jhrough Courtesy of MorcU Dist.'Co. & Storz Brewing Co. HAWKEYE LANES Western League W I, Swartz Hdwe --49 it) Titonka 48 20 Pioneer Hibred 4(5 22 Burt 44 24 Mutual of Omaha 40 28 Plantation ,.. 39 29 Sjogren's ' 35 33 Sargent Feeds 31 37 Albright Aero-Serv. -.28 40 Rapid Thermogas 21 47 Kossuth Motor 14 54 Thomas Skelgas 13 55 Classic League W L Hamms 4'8^ 19'A State Farm Ins. 47 Vi 20 % Beecher Lane 46 22 S. & L. 46 22 Plantation .-.40 28 Titonka .37 Hub' - 29% Seeley Farms 28 Root Hdwe. 25Vi Scobba Skelly Serv. --21 '/a Miller High Life 2U'/ 3 Burt 18 BARRY'S Monday Men , W Bcde Billiards - 37 KCs 36V,. 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