Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1945 · Page 3
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MX. Tiionka Couple Married— ^Dorothy, daughter of Mr. George Peterson, was and mar- Arthur Loats, son of of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martinek, Ore., and the y^ung couple will farmers in the Doan neighbor-; live at Coos Bay, where they are hood, were to be married by Fr.' at home at tie Myrtle Arms L. Klein at a high mass at St. Joseph's church, Wesley, this morning at 9:30. apartments. The bridegrooln was graduated from the high Sister M. Georgella was to play 1937. He had tv thc Bedding march, and the serv coin New mixed choir was to sing the wedding mass. Church altars were school here in ro years overseas r«t * , f, i « 1I >6 inwoot wiiu,ii,ii nitidia vvtric • Thomas Loats, Sun-1 decorated with baskets of garden Former Algoniaii Weds Here— i HI 9TTnAliFm i ilroj>« • * >i . " . » « « . ... Methodist church. . 3t the Tltonka performed by the Rev. T. J. Loats, of Forreston, 111., uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the resident pastor, the Rev. W. L. Patterson. The church was decorated with baskets of white gladiolus and was lighted by white tapers crystal guests flowers for the service. The bride was to wear a whilte, lace-trimmed, satin dress made with a train and a full- length, lace bound veil with blusher. Her flowers were to be pink roses. Aline Martinek, sister of the bridegroom, was to be brides- • _ maid. Her dress was a floor in ' length Alice blue sheer, with a shoulder veil and she carried stationed 0(1 thc west coast, j wedding cake was"served. A large number of invited Rucsts, including Mr. and Mrs. — — — r I «.»*_«.T»,U) *(iwau\.i * ' '£) J-?A1 t CllIVl ATil 3, " 1 S I *-'>-'l I I V/VV.1. bus. »_«» VJ*. ^Jt uuv» »* I James R. Petiirson, son of the \y m . C. Dcwel, Algona, attended is greatly in need of more work- 1 -«" Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peterson, •• • ° -- ' and Ethyle Pet neapolis, were srsqn, both Min- suit with match cs. Mrs. Vaught Barnett, of Waterloo, played nuptial music. Preceding exchange •of vows Margaret Morgan, of Ames, sang, Because, and, I Love You Truly. As Mrs. Barnett struck the chords of Mendcls- numbers, accompanied by Fred Gcigcl at holders. While the 200 assembled Mrs. Verna pink ast ers. Bernard Hauptman, brother of the bride, was best man. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress with matching t accessories and the bridegroom's A. E. Clayton s mother wore a black dress with . dinner to the r ewlyweds, relatives, and friends. Mr. Peterson KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA church. A sister of the bride and' Sacks, Dress the Vanity, the latter's husband, attended the . Lunch was served by the hostess and Wanda Steele, assisting at the' hostess. The next meeting will Allwell parsonage following thb be held September 14 at Miss Stcelc's. couple. A reception took place ceremony, and after refreshments the bride and bridegroom Hebrides, but is : unwrapped many gifts. A large • Red Cross Workers Needed— Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, chairman, reports that the Red Cross sewing room over the S. & L. store the'event. | crs. Headquarters reports tell of - . The bride, a former reporter; necessities and comforts needed married at the for the Advance, is now manag-! for hospitalized service men and Methodist church here Saturday ; ng editor of the CreSton DaUyi women,'also for millions of over- 3 clock, the Rev. News-Advertiser, and the bride-! seas civilians, victims of war. afternoon at 5 N. A. Price, pastor, performed a single ring ceremony. The bride wpre a ligh blue i groom is employed on the same newspaper. ng hat, and her; Joint Missionary Meeting- corsage was of gardenias and ros-| The women's Missionary soci- _ . , | -..»«»- T>W1IIV.1L U »»i JOOlv/llCIL V OVJ^l Rising,sang two c lies of all Algona protestant Mrs. Mrs. the organ. A. E. Clayton and Elmer Peter- nttonded this couple. Following thej ceremony Mrs. churches will meet at "the First Lutheran church Friday afternoon at 2:30 for World Community day. The main speaker will be the jrvcd a wedding R CV . j. V an Kommer, pastor of black and white accessories. Both matrons had corsages of pink sweet peas and roses. Follo\ying the ceremony a wedding dinner was given by Mr. ' neapolis, and hii and Mrs. Hauptmann, at St. Joseph's hall, to 60 relatives and friends. A wedding dance is to be held this evening at Klcin- petcr's hall. The bride is a graduate of Wesley high school and thc Mankato business college. Mr. Mar- has for I thc Bancroft Baptist church, I whose subject will be World many , Community. Pastor Van Kom- ycars been a member of the fac-' mor S0l . vcd ' as „ serv i ce chaplain tilty of Dunwoocy Institute, Mm-! t wo years neapolis, and hii bride is a pub-! short talks will also be Riven lie school nurse n the city. They by John Spongberg and Donald "'--" *" continue their occupa-| A rns, both of whom recently returned from German prison is ci uruLiiur ui Mrs. Clayton, Dewel, and Ida also of Elmer Pi plan to tions. Mr. Peterson all of whom at' tinek was graduated from Al- ding. Another gona high school and attended Junior college at Britt. Tiionka Soldier is Married— S.-Sgt. Arthur W. Boyken, son of Banker and Mrs. Wm. Boyken, Titonka, and Mildred, daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harris, I were married Thursday at thu post chapel at Craig Army Air Field, Selma, Ala. Thc ceremony was performed by Chaplain No- near Wa brother Wm. tcrson, Corwith, ended the wed- ' brother of Mr. 1 Peterson and flrec other sisters camps. . Each church to have a repre- Pctcrson here,. sentative who will give either a musical number thc program. or a prayer on reside elsewhere. The newlyweds left for home Sunday. Newspaper Won,an Weds— At the Methodist church Dun- crloo, took place Riverdale Four-H Girls Meet— The girls of he Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club met last Wednesday at Thclma Bormann's and Miss Pcckham, county home economist, Mrs. Matt Kirsch, and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas were guests. The Quilts in particular arc wanted, and women who have been making laprobcs are urged to change to suilts. Women who will help moot these needs arc asked to call at the sewing room or phone 505 or 602. The sewing room opens at 1:30 p. m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Gathering at Muckey's— Mr. and Mrs. Win. Comp, son Russell and his wife, all of Win- tcrset, spent thc weekend at the lap robes, and four afghans knitted or made from wodl squares. Birthday is Obwrrtd— Mrs. Clara Hagg celebrated her 78lh birthday anniversary Aug- was served picnic fashion in the Muckey yard. Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton, another sister of Mrs. Muckey, was unable to attend-, for her husband was abed with an attack of sciatic rheumatism. D. Ar R. Chapters Conference— D. A. R. Chapters of the Sixth district will meet Thursday, __ _._ o ._._. ____________________ Sept. 6, at the Algona Country lhc R CVi anc j Mrs. E. K. Nelson, club clubhouse. Mrs. D. D. Pax- Mcsdames Geo. Spongberg, Alma son will be in charge of rcgislr*- ( Ne ] sori) Rose ' Mayer, Ole Allison tjon, Which will begin at 10 a. m. an d Anna Bohannon. During the . TUESDAY, Picnic for Birlhda A picnic was brose A. Tuesday 2§ the i ust was a i / rhori , n 8ton .,,,,,, [ ?^J" L 1 ?™' "f Mr. bifid 16 and in the afternoon she i L° wis Hist, Eau Claire ' surprised by a group of' T " m ",,,,„,.. -• IC ' friends 1 who brought lunch with them. She also received many cards and gifts. Guests included A morning session will open at M.rs, Hagg's sons Edward, ., 10:30, and luncheon will be Albert, and Fred, with their fanv served at 12:15. Reservations for jij CS) visited her. lunch may be made with Mrs. Paxson no later than Tuesday, • Sept. 4. An afternoon meeting i will begin at 1:30. I Mrs. C. A. Garewek, of Fort Dodge, state regent, will give the principal address, her subject to be D. A. R. projects. U. S. W. Quoia Doubled— United Service .Women here last week received a letter asking that the August quota of Honor Degree Has Picnic— Thc ]ocnl Degrce of Honor had P icnic ' attended by 30 evn visiting Housewarming Given- Mrs. Viva Peterson v by surprise Monday when eight friends i a prepared dinner k housewarminR in H Ill!W , ment on South Dodoc Vh ing was spent at bridge ' OTHER SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. W m . R,, L. S. Muckey home. Mrs. Comp work and supplies be doubled to and Mrs. Muckey are sisters. Other Sunday dinner guests of the Muckeys were Messrs, and Mcr.clamcs John Wcrmcrscn, Britt, George Weiland and Leo Stevens, Worlcn, Everett Hodgin, meet the growing needs of returning hospitalized .veterans. Workers are urgently needed to make the additional supplies in thc few remaining days of thc month. Asked for arc 20 pairs tion furnished coffee and ice cream, and guests brought sandwiches and covered dishes. Helen Webster is Degree president. ' ^1 Dinner Honors a Girl— Mrs. L. G. Baker entertained a group of girls at dinner last week Tuesday night in honor of apolis. „ L i Tho Soxt °n Methodic MrB. announce that they arc rP Thursday, Oct. 4, for n nunl bazaar and supper Thc Rcbekahs will mi> P Ui,, V. F. W. hall tonjehUU ' THRESHING HAMPEREB I »-'-• Aug. a7-FarmS :l Greenville, Husscll Pickett and of slippers, 100 wash cloths, 200 Bob Williams, Algona. Dinner! handkerchiefs, 20 cotton or wool • gona on many occasions. rs her niece Peggy Goodnow, Iowa, had not combined their oats City, who was her guest. The were threshing this week Goodnows formerly lived here, I account of heavy dew and Peggy has since visited Al ' ""- ' ' fits worked only in noon and evening. some fid thc Young America Heralds The New School Season Sunday afternoon the marriage! The girls showed canned of Esther Allwell to Robert' fruits, vegetables, and other Flowers. . .j poods which they, will have at The ceremony] was performed i thc county 4-H" fair. Miss Peck- -., by the Rev. Doctor Baker, Meth- I ham discussed 'the fair with the i sohn's wedding march thc bride ble Sack, who was at Bainbridge, I "jj , ",. . .'/—r-. — • — .-• . entered thc church on the arm of Ga. t and Fort Myers, Fla., when od I st . district superintendent, as-1 girl her father, who gave her in marriage. The bride's dress was white brocaded satin with a fitted bodice, and wrist length sleeves. Her the bridegroom was stationed at those points. Preceding exchange of vows Lt. Paul Sprowl sang O Promise Me and I Love You Truly. sisted by the b Rev. P. J. Allwi icle's father, the :11, pastor of the . _ . Miss finger tip veil was held in place Harris was given in marriage by by a Juliet cap trimmed with . her father, seed pearls, and her flowers were a sheaf of white gladiolus and white roses. ' Bridesmaid was her sister Lorraine, who wore a floor-length 'dusty pink lace dress and carried a colonial bouquet of pastel 'colored flowers. The bridegroom rose gabardine with black acces- The bride's dress was air force- blue wool sheer, and her flowers were lavender orchids. She had a fuchsia feather hat and gloves, and other accessories were black. Virginia Morgan, a friend, was bridesmaid, and her dress was !wore his army uniform, and his brother, LeRoy Loats, was best man. Ushers wore Clarence Loats and Gene Peterson. | , Mrs. Peterson, thc bride's mother, wore an aqua jersey dress with black accessories, and Mi;s. Loats, the bridegroom's I mother, wore dark blue with self color accessories. sorics, her flowers pink rosebuds. Sgt. Lucicn Mahew, Hartford, Conn., was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Boykon made a three-day trip to Montgomery, Ala., and are now at home at 519 Lauderdale, Selma, Ala. Mrs. Boyken was taking cadet nurse training before marriage. Mr. Boyken, a graduate of thc .;. Following the ceremony a re-i Buffalo Consolidated high school, ception, given by Mr. and Mrs.' attended Iowa State college two Peterson, was held in the church years. He was employed • at the z -" i - 1 ---^ Assisting at the recep-1 Titonka Savings bank till mid- tibfi'.were Marie Zents, .Omaha, winter of 1942, when he was in- and cousins of thc bride, Mrs., ducted into service, tucille. Koppen, Lakota; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins announce the marirage of their son Russell D. Hutchins, AMM l-c r United States navy, to Elaine Lakota; ...... Lela Bentley, Calif.; Mrs. Deloris i Russc " Huichins Married— Ricklefs and Marjorie Peterson, Titonka. -"Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Johnson, Cedar Falls, and Sgt. Harold Kinnaman, Indianapolis. :, :The new Mrs. Loats was graduated from Buffalo Consolidated High school in 1938, and from Ipjya State at Ames in 1943 with a 1 'home economics major. For the fast, two years she worked in the engineering department of Glenn ji..;Mar'tin Co., Omaha. ••'-. Mr.; Loats is a graduate of Buffalo consolidated high school and 'till induction into the army in Oct. 1942 he was employed at Ma«on City. He had been overseas the past 22 months with the Eighth Air Force in England. Home on furlough he will report at Jefferson Barracks Sept. j 17 and will be sent from there to j Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Loats' will remain with her parents till j an apartment is found at Sioux Falls, at which time she will join her husband. East Kossuth Couple Wed— Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauptmann, farmers near Wesley, and Harold, son Norlin, Sunday July 22, at Gardiner, Ore. The new Mrs. Hutchins is employed at a bank at North Bend, Leather JACKET Top grain leather jacket endowed with a comfortable fit. Perfect for an active outdoor life all through fall and winter. Men's 9.75 to 16.75 Boys' .- _9.75 to 12.75 Clothiers LEUTHOLl).WILLIAMS COMPANY and indeed entries. Thcl- | SS5' ma and Betty Jarie Bormann i -5S gave their demonstration, Feed Ml Love these JUNIORS Made for t. le American junior's way of life, they're yours to wear with a sparkling air. Every one just as perfect as the riext because Jaunty Junior keeps to strict sti lively suit ndarcls. Typical of our collection is' this vith striking shoulder treatment. In an. all-wool fabric. 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