Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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PAGE TEN Wedding al Trinity Church- Gertrude, daughter of Mrs. Louise Peter, Algona, and Johan Olson, Thor,were married at noon Sunday at local Trinity Lutheran church. The Rev. P. J. Braner, pastor, performed a double- ring ceremoriy. Mrs. Braner played Lohengrin's wedding march and as recessional Jesus Still Leads On. The congregation sang The Lord is My Shepherd and Let Us Ever Walk With Jesus. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother Carl, was attired in a long gown of white marquisette made in princess style, with a white fingertip veil held in place by a plaited tulle halo trimmed with orange blossoms. She also wore a string of pearls, gift of the bridegroom, and carried her mother's wedding handkerchief. Her flowers were a shower bouquet of calli lilies and roses. The bride's Peter, Algona, Mrs. Charles Potter assisting, and 14 members attended. The meeting opened with Star-Spangled Banner, Mrs. D. S. Wildin at the piano. The program consisted of the making of original hats, and Mrs. A. D. Lehman won first prize. Hers was made from a small lamp shade, and was decorated with carrots and radishes. The prize was a defense stamp. Mrs. H. R. Clayton placed second. Club guests were Mrs. Harold Dains, Mrs. Simon Hanry, Hobai- ton; Mrs. C. T. Conlon, Hum- joldt, and a daughter; and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. The next meeting will be held April 8 at Mrs. G. E. Hayno's, Mrs. Lehman assisting, and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona, will give a tslk. Campfire Girls Get-Together— The Otyokwa Campfire group held a council fire last week school in 1938, and has Since been employed in Algona. Mr. Khut- sen is a farmer at Swea City* near which town the couple Will live. _ Service Guild Pledge Night— The Methodist Service Guild observed pledge night Monday I^HIS IS Tuesday evening at the library to __ , . , (which the Wetomachick Camp- THE former Helen | fire group was invited. The 30th evening at a 6:30 dinner at the home* of the sponsor, Mrs. S. W. Meyer, and there were 35 members in attendance. A worship service was led by Mrs. J. C. Buthman, and was followed by a business meeting in charge of the president, Lucille Black. Mrs. Robert Smythe, Fort Dodge, conference officer of the W. S. C. S., 1 on the' work of the Guild. meeting closed with the pledge service. for- wore a pink satin gown with a ust last year had grown to $829,pink shoulder-length veil and carried a bouquet of mixed carnations. Olea Olson, Fort Dodge, sister ~ — ——«-•—•— — •——-—" . JIA*. t gi. uu^s VT cio ill VllCUt .1 lie Gl/til Frankl, who was married; anniversary of the Campf ire girls ,!»„ *„ n.,..«ii v.—i. t — was commemorated and a small Victory program was given. It was also the Otyokwa's first anniversary. Mrs. H. W. Pletch is , Sunday to Russell French, sister, Caroline i merly of Tilonka. maid of honor, 500. This fund had helped more than 8,000 college girls. The sisterhood erected a $100,000 me- of the bridegroom, was brides- Imorial library building On the tomachick's ar Wa-lan-Yans Hear Travelogue— The Wa-Tan-Ye club had 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening at Ag- io's Grill, 25 members attending"'. Rose Lampe, president, presided for a short business session at which it was decided to purchase a defense bond for the club. Adah Carlson was chairman of the program committee, Mrs. Lulu Huenhold Samson and Stella Mae Breen assisting. The program consisted of a travelogue by and • — __ — j -_ ^ .*.„_„..»£, v . fc ...*. io d ncwij' uiKct-iii£cu tiuu, cinu a lace-trimmed'Iowa Wesleyan campus some 'there are another eight girls en- 3Tin PaTTlPfl A trt\fti+ci nrrn n*-i J I* J- J.l 1 . e **s\11nJ maid, and wore _ ' , —«...*, ,, ww.**.^ u*« ^.tui iMV4<3 ov/ific r «•••«-••*blue satin go\vn and carried a yea rs ago, and it is the home of rolled, bouquet of mixed spring flowers, the sisterhood's executive offices Shirley Mae Peter, Burt, niece There is also a "home" at Mt Campbell Humphrey. This latter is a newly organized club, and of the bride, was flower girl, and was attired in a floor-length white satin gown with pink and blue bows and carried a basket of spring flowers. Robert Gene Peter, nephew of the bride, was ring-bearer. Carl Olson, twin brother of the bridegroom, and Harold Peter, brother of the bride, attended the bridegroom. Albert Peter, brother of the bride, and Kenneth Sandwen, cousin of the bridegroom, served as ushers. The new Mrs. Olson, who attended the Boone county schools, had for four years been employed at Sperrv's drv cleaning plant at Fort Dodse. The bridegroom, who attended the Thor high school, is now farming his mother's farm near Thor. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's mother. 70 relatives and friends attending. The table was centered with a white wedding cake (made by the bride's mother) topoed with a miniature bridal couple. Vases of sweet peas also decorated the table. i Mr. and Mrs. Olson, who left on a two weeks wedding trio; will be at home near Thor after April 1. The bride's going-away costume was a beige and~ black dress, with beige and black accessories and a corsage of calla lilies. The bride's mother wore a blue dress with a corsaee of spring flowers, and the bridegroom's mother a dark dress with a corsage of spring flowers. Mary Jane Hofius Weds Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, and Knut T., son of Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl. all of Ottosen, wpre married Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Ottosen Presbyterian church. The Rev. Mr. Schenck performed a single-ring ceremony bpfore an altar decked with palm leaves and ferns. Mrs. Frank Thompson, north of Algona, aunt of the bride, played Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus as the bride entered the church. Mary Jane was given in marriage by her father. The bride was attired in a navy blue silk suit with white l»re trim and beiee accessories. Her corsage was of yellow roses and gardenias. Her shter, Eugenia Mae Hofius, bridesmaid, wore a light rose silk dress with white lace trim and a corsage of red roses. The bridegroom's brother, Bjorne Oppedahl, was best vrp.n. Ushers were Oscar and Harold Oopedahl, brothers of the bridegroom. The new Mrs. Oppedahl was graduated from the Ottosr-n hieh school in 1941 and attended the Tobin business school, Fort Dodge. She is now employed as stenographer at the Alrona Chambpr of Commerce office and will continue. Mr. Onnedah who attended school at Thor, is salesman for the B. & F Sale Corporation, Fort Dodge. A reception followed the ceremony at the church, 60 relatives and friends attending. A color scheme of pink and white was carripd out. Mrs. Lawrence Holden. Ottosen, had charge of the re- CPntion, and waitresses wpre Marilyn Kinse'th, Mavis Hnlt Rprtha Lon^seth, Eva Marie De- Srnirit, LaVonne Hansen, and Glarlvs Axne. Out-of-tnwn puests WPTP the Jpsse Hphensteins, of Amboy Minn.; the I. W. Nplsons. Lone P-nrk; Mr. and Mrs. Newton Mack, Twill; the Lloyd Elstons, Gilmore City; the Thomas Rni?- noss family and thp Ira Lees Thor; Mp^dames Cora Bar-on' Mavme Hofius. Robert Leason,' and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomn- snn, son Stewart, all of Aleona; Mrs. Carrie Blossom anH ,Tormi° Thomnspn, Burt. Mrs. Bacon is thp bride's grandmother. Thp cnuplP ar p now at home in STir*^! 1 ? Millpr apartments on North Phillips here. Hisiorv of P. E. O. SislertioM— Local members of the P E O sisterhood will find a H-cage stnrv nf -P K O. Beginnings' in the March Palimpsest. This is a small magazine issued monthly by the State Historical SoH°tv It can be borrowed at the library, or _™ e editor has one to lend. , The sisterhood orjuinol amon?' girls who were Iowa Wesleyan college students at Mt. Pleasant In 1869. The Palimpsest gives two pppes of pictures of seven of K£ *l ^ idea later s P read beyon the college camons. and 2TE r 6 S. ow «? 100 ^apters in 44 *-*-,. the District of Columbia. Hawaii, and Canada. The m £T * VliD exc e«"ds 72000 The sisterhood has built up an educational fund which by Aug- Pleasant where elderly members Ruth Hendren is Bride— Ruth, daughter of Mr. and _, o j . c who need its shelter are cared' Mrs. L. J. Hendren, Algona, and c™. TU— ,__ ,.u „ ,.. , Ernest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric The sisterhood tains at Nevada, for. There are also "homes" in Nebraska and California. further main, Mo., a college for girls which was presented to the society in 1927. Cresco Club Makes Hals— The Cresco M. & D. club met Knutsen, Swea City, were married March 16 at Bethany, Mo. The bride was attired in a pale green street-length dress, and was attended by Louise Booth. The bridegroom's attendant was Cecil Murron, a friend. The new Mrs. Knutsen yesterday with Mrsf" iuescherl graduated"r^Tthe was high Shower for Recent Bride- Mrs. Merle Pratt, nee Shirley Vinson, was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening given by members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority, of which she is a member. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee, with Helen Corey as assisting hostess. Eloise Hoaglund had charge of the program, after which Mrs. Pratt opened her gifts and lunch was served. Music Club Has Program—The Bel Canto music club met at 2 p. hi. yesterday at the 11 brary, with Mrs. E. E. Attteson and Lucia Wallace as hostesses Mrs. Ralph Weber, Bancroft gave a paper on Argentina and Uruguay, and Mrs. Paul Lindholm, Algona, gave current events. The musical part of the program consisted of a cello solo by Mrs. E. C. McMahon and a vocal solo by Mrs. W. W. Sulli van. Dinner-Bridge Club'MMis— Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clement em tertained their dinner-bridge club Tuesday evening at 6:30 dinner. Members are Messrs, and Mesdames Frank Sterling, *. R'. Hutzell, Harvey Reuter, and the Clements. Prizes in defense stamps were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reuter, John Lynch, barber at Clement's Barber shop, was a club guest. • Four-H Training Schools— Two 4-H girls' club training schools have been held this week —one for the south half of the county Monday at Mrs. Clark Scuffham's, the other for the north half Tuesday at Mrs. E. C. • i. Weisbrod's, Ponton. Nell Thomp soft, of the Atnej extension m-~ vice, conducted them, and club leaders were in attendance. The topic was nutrition. ; Red Crow Announe»m*n*- .: The Legion hall is now open every Tuesday and Friday W Red Cross knitting. Previously it had also been open every afternoon for Red Cross sewingY bin material for the present has all been used. Mrs. T. L. Larson, co-chairman for the Red Cross, will notify the women when more material arrives. Birthday U Celebrated- Mrs. Mary Guderian was honored by her Birthday club Tuesday at 7 o'clock dinner at Selzer's, followed by bridge at Mrs. Frank Ostrum's. Mrs. Esther Hel>erg was hostess. Two tables were in play, with Mrs. James Allen winning high, Zelba frown, second high, and Fern Hardgrove, low. Chang* in W. S. C. S. Meeting— The regular meeting of the Wtethodist W. S. C. S., usually held on the first Thursday of the observance «f A W s ft meettrtg Wjddlng.1 .^u Sunday at McNary, , V riz bride is teaching at Tucson, Mr. French is employed at Me Nary. Girl is Seven) Party , M ^,'L 0 Murt h» entertained 1? girls tFriday from 3:30 to 5-30 „ m. in honor of her seventh birth' day anniversary. Games played and lunch served Jo is the daughter of Mi Mrs. Matt Murtha. . OTHER SOCIETY. The Catholic Daughters Study club will meet this - ay (Thursday) at Mrs. Wiilij r ?u. Sr ;u The study wi » consist of the liturgy for Holy Week! ++»e»e»e»eee ; ,. ' ^^ Hart; Schaffner & Marx Clo IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIW 1 All Aboard f °«- Easter" | • CHRISCHILLES STORE - Swank flllGATOR ***<*' Leu-Cloir Mt-£ f y-i ' . > 1 K \$ FiskHats We are exclusive Algona agents for the famous F i s k hats— known for their quality and distinctive styling from coast to coast. We have a lovely selection and they are priced from $3 to $6 f*m1 •.J"; *• *&'. ,-s^ I'fV L^J* ;*>*;Hy >&J ^ • V' i'fe r-ftf fam .^V' w ^fc r».i, ft .35® I ^teSr i cjy i^xxfe = ^AYl./^-^.—^, Jacket dresses and redingotes are here in wide variety of styles and prices-some with printed dresses and plain jackets—others all same material. 9 New Dor,* Dodson Junior Dresses are «>e Here nere Spon Thi sntfi s sh i acki mbe hter »t di i'o g< ovr t jes. Shirtcraftai . 4., ^^mBDRp/.a,:,?] ^^rard!;bi :;'the; Kint< n^J 1 this iH! TOM Clothe.fi 1 ~m m Step Out In Good Company this Spring w. Let &V6 ••10* MADE ^V^- „, • iii""l Official Boy Scout Equipment W *Jftto & S' 1 w V .& 5 i tEUTHO U>-WIUJ^ S

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