The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
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'' 4 '*,» WHERE TO GO WHAT 2-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moines Tuesday, January 3, 1956 .. ..... .. . U>P E R DES .' AAQ.J N ..... E,S Beverly Kain and Leonard Plaehn Wed Here Dec. 27 Trinity Lutheran.* Church, was the scene of a beautiful wedding when Beverly Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Kain, became the bride of Leonard Plaehn, son of Mrs Emma Plaehn, of Reinbeck, Iowa. Rev, L. H. Lpe- sch officiated at the double ring ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 27 at. 2 p.m. The bride was . radiant in a hand-made gown of white velvet, lace and satin. Her gown was fashioned With a white velvet bodice and overskirt and- long sleeves tapered to a point over the wrist. Seed pearls edged neckline and sleeves. The bouf- fanj, skirt was made of lace tiers caught up with pearls, and irri- descent sequins over bridal satin. Her short veil fell from a lace cap also edged with pearls. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift ot the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds centered 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, poinsettas, and txvo huge Christinas trees. Michael Kain and Gary Priebe Jit twin candelabra. Mr James Storijohann of Reinbeck was best man. Eugene Drager and Everett Juhl of Reinbeck were * the 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 Wirth and Julie Plaehn opened the many gifts. Mrs Martha Drager cut the wedding cake. Rosetta Ohimann 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 Bed Priebe wcfs 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; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Plaehn, Reinbeck; Mr and Mrs Earl Plaehn, Gladbrook; Mr and Mrs R. C. Hauschildt, Grundy Center; Mr and Mrs Clarence Arp, Gladbrook; 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, Reinbeck; Mrs Ethel Ohimann, Thompson; Mr and Mrs Gene Abbey, Joice; Mi and Mrs A. W. Young, Clear Lake; Mr and Mrs Everett Juhl, Reinbeck; Helen Wirlh, Garwin; Mr and Mis Chuck Plaehn, Reinbeck and Mr and Mrs Jack Kamsey of Gladbrook. The bridegroom was recently discharged from the navy and the bride has been 'teaching at Iowa tails. Following the honeymoon the couple will be at home jit Rembeek, Iowa. iNels Isaacson Photo) Dec. 11, at 3 p.m. in the Methodist parsonage at Crystal Lake. Mr and Mrs Jack Dutton of Algona, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, 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 DCS Moines. Lt. Crapser, an outstanding athfete*T'While in Algona high school, attended the State University of Iowa and Drake University before enlisting in the army in 1950. He spent 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 Ait- 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, Mr? Vernell Ludwig, Mrs Mary Nelson, Mrs Mary Garman, Minnie Schick; Ada Schick, and Leona Ferstl. Five Hundred was played and Mrs Nelson won the high score and guessing prizes. The low score prize went to Ada Schick. Townsend Club Members of the Algona Townsend Club met at the home of Will Muckey for their regular meeting and post-Christmas party recently. An auditing conimittee, consisting of Mrs William 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 Tlie Women's Fellowship of the Congregational church 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 fore-gin nations as the background. Plan Dessert Luncheon Women' of the First Lutheran church met Thursday, Jan. 5 for a 1:30 o'clock ' dessert luncheon. Hostesses were Mrs O. Leonard Nelson, Mrs Harold Erickson, Mrs Betty Galbraith and Mrs G. D. Brundage. Nupitals Mi&s Dorothy Iverson, daujjh- U?r ,of $ir and Mrs Hajis Iverson of Crystal Lake, became the bride uf 14.' Charles Crapser, son of Ijjir jHMl-liJrs Leroy Cr«pser of Al- jjuna, ill a ccrumony Sunday, Methodist Luncheon The Methodist W.S.C.S. met Thursday, Jan. 5, for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs Margaret* Reid and Mrs Robert Sehoby are chairman and co-chairman. Mr.s Kenneth Media lias charge of the lesson. Silver Anniversary Open house is bt-iny held in the basement of the Algunu Methodist Church from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. U, 195U in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Victoi Applogate. All Iriends and relative^; Sro invited. Announce Engagement Mr and Mrs Bill Amo'.i have announced the engagement of their dauyher, Nancy, to George Htlmers. son uf Mf and Mrs Harm Helmers. The couple expects to })'.:• tuarrioi.l the Killer p^rt oi the summer. Comics Here ARTS & MODELS IB Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis turn their laugh bar- range on the comic book field in Hal Wallis' gorgeou? girl and gay music-loaded "Artists and Models," due Sunday at the Algona Theater. Shirley MacLaine, Dorothy Malone and Eddie Mayehoff co-star in the madcap pair's funniest to date. Children's Show Saturday Morn The second of the series of Algona theater Saturday morning children's shows will be presented at the Algona theater this Saturday morning with "Annie Get Your Gun" as the feature attraction. 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 Huttori, tells (he famous story of Annie Oakley, the world's best woman marksman. The picture is packed with action and laughs, and is highly rccoiri- mended as children's entertainment, being a Children's Film Library selection. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings S/Sgt. Otto Hanson, Anchorage, Alaska visited the past week in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen. Otto, a former LuVerne boy has served 13 years in the army and just reenlisted and will report back to Orlando, Florida. Lt. Gordon Heinkel, Reese Air Force Base, Lubbock, Texas, spent the Christmas holiday in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Heinkel and family. Jerry Williams in Air Force, Greenville, Miss, is enjoying a furlough with his 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, Mr.s Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubyc Godfrey. Mrs \Viliam Moeding spent Monday in the home of her bra- ther, Mr ana Mrs Ed Skow and family at Rutland. Other guests were their parents, Mr and Mrs A. T. Skow of Humboldt and a sisler, Miss Inez Skow of Fort Dodge. Mrs Thelrna Miller and Dick of Webster City spent Friday visiting old friends here. Mrs Albert Schneider, daughters Jarine and Janelle, her mother, Mrs Martha Schneider, visited Monday in the El-mer 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 Mr.s Joe Madden of Fent'on visited Monday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Mullory. Mr and Mrs Arthur Foat visited recently in the home of her uncle, Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly They were enroute to tlieir home in Flasher, N. D. from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where Mrs Foat was a surgical patient in a hospital there. Guests in the Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch home in Aliiuna for the holiday dinner were his mother. Mrs Anna Goetsrh, brothers Arlie Goetsch, Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja and Sheryl. friends. Mi- and Mrs Arthur Hiley, Mr and Mrs James Doak anfi Nila Sue of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David of Alj;ona. Guests in the homo of Mr and Mrs William Goelseh and dauyh- H'ls Monday were her cousin's, Mr and Mrs Victor Swoon. Jimmy. Arthur and Vickie Ann of Fort Dodge. Mrs Edith Prior visited in ihe !i"iVif of hn .vi-in the Willi.nii Prior famih- over the holiday. Be sure to read this page thoroughly arid' It y«5u spel your name individually, you will receive free admittance to the outstanding movie of . the week, "Artists and Ma*. dels," playing at the Algona Theater Sunday. Just give your name at tha box office. Mrs Agnes Thllges • Mrs Frank Rueb Delmar Reding Ernest Kram«r Francis McConnell Mrs J. P. Behlmer Mr and Mrs Edward Dehnert arrived home Tuesday fro m spending the holiday in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs John Peters and children nh Dunkirk, N. Y. A daughter, Mr and Mrs Jerry Hargroves, Kirk and Lorrie of Denver, Colo., ar* rived Thursday to 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 visiting friends. They called' at the Western Old -People's home and visited wives of former Evangelical United Brethren Church pastors, Mrs E. A. Schroeder, Mrs David Lang and Mrs J. Braun. 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. Nancy and Jane, Vincent; Mr and Mr.s Kenneth Larson, Sandy, Des Moines; Sgt. 1/C and Mrs Earl Detmering, Susan and Kris, Fort Bragg, N. C., Jack Jergensen, Amos; Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith and Craig, Mr and Mrs Irwin Jergensen and Judy of LuVerne. Miss Esther Merkle, her nephew Marlin Hcfti of britt 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. Mrs Stanley Riedel left Thursday to visit her husband Stanley Riedel in Gainsville, Tex. Stanley 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 grandmother, Mrs Emilia Behnkendorf nere. •""•Guests in the home of;, Mr and,. 'MrF'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 in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Max Block. The Misses Beulah and Doris Egglestpn of Des Moines spent the holiday weekend in the parental George A. Eggleston home. Mr and Mrs Albert Volentine of Burt visited in the homo oi their daughter, Mr and Mrs Walter Ruger and son Tommy over the holicfay -weekend. Mrs Tillie Meyer has gone to spend some time in the homo of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs, Ernie Meyer in Whittemore. / Geraldine Haack of Livermore was a recent visitor in tho home 6( Mr and Mrs Lloyd F. Smith. .Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sorenspn were Sunday and 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 were Christmas Day dinner guests at the Arnold Kuecker ' home at Buffalo Center. Mrs Lawrence Mueller spent Christmas day and the several ensuing days at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. She suffered, an accute attack of append icites Christmas Eve and submitted to an appendectomy early Christmas morning. Reports are that she is recuperating satisfactorily. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey wore Christmas Day dinner guests at the Dr. and Mrs B. K. Balm- so n homo at Burt. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and family wore second day Christinas dinner quests at the Zeites home at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs E. Mil tag of Do.- Moines were Friday visitors at the Bernard Jensen home. Mrs Jensen and Mrs Mittag are sis- tors. Mrs Carrie Jensen s p o n t Christmas Evo at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, the Art Classens of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen and Mrs Carrie Jensen were Christmas Day dinner guosls at the Calvin Jensen home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cook with Terry Joe spent Christmas with tho Ervin Olsons in DCS Mi.'inos. Mr and Mrs Milton Me- Bride and son wore at the Olsons that day. HeVma,n Schroeder wa.> with the sun and family, Mr and Mr- Oroide Srhrofk'r in Musnjt' Cily for Chri.i.nia.s. Wed Here Dec. 18 Pictured above are Mr and Mrs John M. Christiansen, who were married here Dec. 18 at the Methodist church by Rev. Harry Whyte. The bride is the former Sharon Decker, daughter of Mr nnci Mrs William Decker of Whittemore. The wedding story was in last week's Upper Des Moines. The young couple will make their home at Humboldt.( Photo by Nels Isaacson) Jolly Neighbors Party, L-Creek The Lotts Creek Jolly Neighbors held their Christmas party at the home of Mrs Ray Kading, Wednesday, Dec. 28, Mrs Bob Kitner was assisting hostess for the vpot luck luncheon. Games were played, names dravyn for secret club pals. Christmas gifts exchanged and Mrs Caroline Kressin showed slides of the Halloween party. A new member, Mrs Jo Zumach, and Mrs Ernestine Kading of Algona was a guest. Airman Schjnitt Home On Visit A/1C Kevin Schmitt of the air force is spending a leave with hh parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt. He has been stationed at Udine, Italy for the past 13 IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC The SURIF CLEAR LAKE . I O WA FRI., JAN. 6' FRANK BUHR And His Mid-West _Hambler_s_ " SAT;; JANTvih _DON HOY and ORCH L _ TUES.rJAN. 10 " Farm Bureau Families Fun Night MALEK Accordian 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* PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA Friday Jan. 6 ANDY DOLL Sunday, Jan. 8 DON HOY Friday, Jan. 13 RAY STOLZENBERG Sunday, Jan. 15 DON SHAW Friday, Jan. 20 KENNY HOFER Sunday, Jan. 22 CLEM BRAU No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 months.. , ,, Y While overseas, Kevin visited Paris, Rome, Vienna, Monte Carlo and the French Riviera. FolloVp- ing his leave, he will report to Sioux City for his discharge. Livarmore Rites For Oscar Olson Livermpre — • Funeral services for Oscar Olson, 82, a retired farmer, who passed away at his home Saturday morning, Doc. 24, were held' at 3 p.m. fliesday at, t h e Immanuel Lutheran church. The Rev, L. H, LoeScn officiated. Burial took place at Union cemetery west of town.. Mr Olson was born in Illinois antl.JiVed a,"short time in South Dakota!" Me 1 lived in this community most of his life. • He wtts «s. married to Jessie •Underberg( v "\y.hd survives. They celebrated theh*Blst wedding anniversary last January. He is also survived by three sohs^John and Carl of Livel'moi'e, and Arthur of Mictdleton, \Vis.; three ALGONA6 - NOW THRU WED. THE BEAUTY WHO LIVED ALL . ... NOW TELLS ALL'! . I The Rise...The Fall of Evelyn Nesbit Thaw! From penniless model to mistress of$40,ooo,ooo! CINEMASCOPE* IN STEREOPHONIC SOUND starring daughters, Mrs Guy Raney of Livermore; Mrs Gene Sweeney of BrUt: and Mrs Wayne Broves of San Francisco, Cal. Pallbearers were Maurice Olson, Dennis Sweeney, Floyd Raney, LeRoy Gronbach, Max Groves, and Alvin Olsoi 20th Onlury f•'( THE GIRL IN THE RED \ VELVET ! SWING" COLOR: V DE Luxfc ; RAYMllLAND-JOAN COLLINS-FARLEY GRANGER PLUS: "The Little Red Hen" (Color Cartoon) and . LATE NEWS COMING THURSDAY - 3 DAYS Kelly Ryan Bill Williams "THE OUTLAWS DAUGHTER" Joan Collins in "THE ADVENTURES OF SADIE" A Paramount Picture Color by Technicolor and VltUVftlo* COMING ! 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