The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 41
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 41

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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April 10, IfU 9lgona The first organized life saviftg group in the U.S. was maintained along the Mass, coast in 1786. ; AS - T( KEN & LEO'S "Mother .... Daddy's looking at that sparkplug calendar again." If you're interested in figures , , . you'll appreciate our LOW PRICESl KM G- LtO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Wm. Everding, Titonka, Wed At Lake Mills Titonka — Shirley Jean Hodson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay A. Arnold of Lake Mills, and William Everding, son-of Mr and Mrs Menno Everding, were married. Sunday, March 25, at the Methodist church in Lake Mills. The Rev. Ellis Vlland read the. double ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m. The church was decorated with pink and white snapdragons. Music was provided by Mrs Ralph Johnson as pianist and Richard Johnson, vocali-st. The bride chose a blue suit with navy blue accessories and she wore a corsage of pink roses. Her necklace and earrings were a gift from the bridegroom. The couple's only attendants were Mr and Mrs Louis Arnold, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. The reception was held at the bride's parent's home for immediate relatives and friends. Following a short wedding trip the couple will be at home on.a farrrr near Titonka where the bride- groom farms with his father. The bride is a graduate of Charles City high school and was employed in Forest City the past few years. The new Mrs Everding was honored with a shower at the Ramsey Reformed church parlors with about 45 guests present. The bride's table was decorated with pink and while and hanging above the table were four wedding bells. She "was assisted by Ruth, Katheryn and Clara Everding in unwrapping the gifts. Margaret Everding poured coffee at the end of a beautifully decorated tables of an archway placed over a mirror and a miniature bride and groom under .it. Hostesses were Mrs Henry Van Hove, Mrs Wm. L. Rode, Mrs John Rippentrop, Mrs Raymond Kruse, Mrs Lawrence Balvance, Mrs George Sachau, 'Mrs Arl Rode, Mrs John Rode, Mrs Waltei Tapper and "Mrs Donald Tapper. Dr. and Mrs Guido Sartor and family spent Easter Sunday at the homes of Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor and J. L. Intel-mill's. . Mrs Alton Swandt and son of Mineola arrived for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs Anna Alke, and other relatives here. Rev. Swandt will come Wednesday to stay a day or so and then take them home with him. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan spent Easter Sunday afternoon I visiting his mother, Mrs Viola I Swan, at Britt. Mrs Wilbur Sexton entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with three tables. Mrs Wm. Girard was a guest. Mrs Loren Hans and Mrs Ollie Bruns re- cieved prizes. Mr and Mrs Jerry Boekelman arrived home after spending a few days during Easter vacation visiting Mr and Mrs Bob Weaver of Kansas City, Mo. and getting acquainted with their new grandson that was born Saturday, Mar. 31. The baby weighed over 9 Ibs. and the mother is the former Marcella Boekelman. Mr and Mr? Keith Pries of Waterloo accompanied Mr and 'Mrs Boekelmar. on the trip. This is their first grandchild. Easter Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop were Mr and Mr.« Jay Budlong, Correne Zwiefel and Keith Van Hove. They all helped Mary Ann celebrate Jier birthday. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker Jr and sons of Rock Rapids arrived Easter Sunday at the home of Mrs Thacker's mother, Mrs Anna Alke. Mr Thacker returned that evening and Mrs Thacker and sons will stay for a week's visit before going home. Rev. and Mrs Kenneth Cordes )f Gardner, N. Y., are the parents jf a baby girl, Joye Ann, born April 3. She weighed 8 Ibs., 10 07.. Mrs John Cordes is the paternal grandmother and this is her ninth grandchild. Mrs Wm. Kardoes underwent major surgery Tuesday, April 3, at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Jay Budlong arrived home from Long Beach. whore they have been spending the past three months of the winter. While there they visited at the homes of Mr and Mrs Everett Bissell and family and Mr and Mrs David Roberts and family. Collene Rippentrop also spent a few days visiting them while in California. Mr and Mrs Earl Stott were Easter guests of their son and family, Mr and Mrs Keith Stott, at Freeport, 111. 1 94 Guests For Womens' Club Meet, Livermore Livermore — Ninety-four women registered at the County meeting of the Women's Clubs of Humboldt County in the Legion Hall here Thursday, April 5th. Mrs Etta Underberg of Livermore gave the welcome, to whirh Mrs Otis Thompson of Corwith responded. Mrs Royal Bennett of Hum- boldt and Mrs Wayne Miller of Humboldt gave reviews of the falj and spring council meetings held in Des Moines. All 15 clubs presented reports on their year's activities. Special musical numbers were presented. Phyllis Mackintosh played a flute solo; Mrs iBell, Livermore grade teacher, sang a solo and two women from Bode gave a musical reading. The principal speakers of the day were Mrs E. J. Hennings of Arcadia, sixth district director, and Mrs George Palleson of Ringsted. Reports were given by the County Chairmen. A display of crafts was on exhibit throughout the day under the direction of Mrs Jessamine Miller of Livermore. Every club made contributions. Mrs Paul Himrod was named delegate to the National convention. Wed In San Diego At Ringsted Rites Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen, Don and Jerry attended the funeral of Hans Jensen of 'Hackensack. Minn, who was buried Saturday at Ringsted. Mr Jensen was buried in the cemetery on the farm that his father purchased for five dollars an acre when he came to this country from Denmark many years ago. Prison population of the United States at the end of 1953 was 172,729. Ida Rose Fandel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Fandel, was married to Robert Barone. formerly of Long Island, New York but now of San Diego, at St. Patrick's Catholic church in San Diego on Jan. 28,- 1956. The bridal couple is pictured above. Mr and Mrs Stanley E. Fandel were attendants and Ralph i-andel Jr. gave the bride, his sister, away. A reception for 50 guests was held m the church following the ceremony. The groom is employed at Convair Plane factory and Ida Rose 'works in the wavy Exchange at the navy base. They reside at 3373, 30th St., San • -. ; . " • • i ^^**^m Thrifty Shopping Tips FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE Many Of Our Loveliest Customers Tell Us: Diamond Ring Beauti- BEAUTY SPECIALS INTERLOCKING DIAMOND RINGS MAKE CENTER DIAMOND LOOK 90% larger .. .87% more brilliant You'll never believe your eyes until you see "Beauti-Glo" ... the world's newest most brilliant diamond rings . . . w ,th a center diamond that looks more brilliant . . . much larger! 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