The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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6-Algono Upper Dot Moinw Tuesday, January 10, 1950 ; jchmidt • Messingham Nuptials . Miss Mary Darlene Messing ham, daughter of Mrs. Mary 'Messingham. of Waterloo, be. came the bride of Eugene Matthew Schmidt, son of Mr. anc Mrs. E. K. Schmidt, of Fenton Dec. 26 at St. John's Catholic church in Waterloo. Rev. Fr. Ccci McSweeney performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Harold Messingham. Mrs. Velma Whited a-' ,as her sister's matron of honoi and Miss Marilyn Webber was 'bridesmaid. Both wore American ,Beauty velvet gowns and carried !sprays of chysanthemums. Miss .Kathleen Webber, organist, ac companied Lawrence E. Casey, who sang "Panis Angelicus," "Our Father" and "Ave Marie." Best man was John Schmidt of Fenton. brother of the groom. The bride's brother, Donald Messingham, was groomsman. Ushers were Multon Bunger and Raymond Mount. The bride's gown was of white transparent velvet, with an elaborate yoke of imported Venise lace sprinkled with rhinestones. The dress had a fitted bodice, long, pointed sleeves and satin waistband of Venise lace and rhinestones. The full gathered skirt terminated in a presentation train. A wedding breakfast was served at noon at Neely's Cupboard and from 2 to 4 a reception was given in the parish hall of St. John's Catholic church. A three- tiered cake centered the table: the top tier was massed red roses. Wood whose engagement and approaching marriage to Carol Ernst of Humboldt has been announced, the wedding to take place Jan. 22. Guests were Mrs. Charles Ulfers. Mrs. J. M. Elmore Marjorie Arndorfei-. Gladys Weis haar, Ruth Ann Elmore, Delore Valentine, and Mrs. Leo Woo and Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus o Whittemore. The evening wa spent at "500", high and low scor prizes being won Dy Miss Arn dorfer and Mrs. Ulfers. Honored On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hari, erlertained a group of friend Sunday at their home in hono of Mr. and Mrs. August Hari( who were celebrating their 43n wedding anniversary. A buffe dinner was served in the evening and the honored couple was pre sented with a gift. Guests present were: Mr. anc Mrs. August Harig, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Harig, Merle Ann and Julius Harig, Mr. and Mrs. Doug- 'as Wildin, Adrian Harig and Mrs. E. W. Hansen. The groom received a degree in biology from Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls, and is now working on his master's degree in zoology at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. The bride will reside with he» parents while the groom continues his studies in Iowa City. Pre-Nuptial Shower Mrs. Walter Boeckholt, Mrs. Dale Yungeberg, and Mrs. Nell Wicke gave a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening- for Katherine Cathrin M. Green Weds Cathrin M. Green of Gridley, Cal., a daughter of Barney Casler of Algona, became the bride of W. W. Jaster in a ceremony performed Christmas Eve at Reno, Nevada, according to word received here this week. Mr. Jaster is a contractor, and Mrs. Jaster is in the insurance business in Gridley. Mrs. Cleo Black of Burt and Mrs. Lyle J. Black of Algona are sisters of the bride. To Have Open House Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Davidson will hold open house in celebration of their fortieth wedding anniversary Thursday, Jan. 12, from 2 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 10 p. m. All are cordially invited to their home at 509 E. Elm. Plum Creek Banquet Members of the Plum Creek Women's club will entertain their husbands at a banquet, Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, at 6:30 o'clock at George's cafe. ALGONA Church GUIDE SUNDAY 1 JANUARY 15 ST. CECILIA'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father P. P. Gearen, Pastor Father Leo Kelm, Assistant Mass at 7:30 a.m.. 9:00 a.m. 10 and 11 a.m., with children's choir. On Holy Days at 6, 7, 8 and 9 a.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Luther Loesch, Pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rt.V. R. F. Kittrell, Pastor Sunday School, 9 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. guest pastor. Evening worship, 8 p.m. guest pastor. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. E. Benzon, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m., Sermon Topic: "The Samaritan Wuman." NAZARENE CHURCH Rev. L. E. Page, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed., eve. 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon Topic: "The Eternal Decree of God." Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. 7:30 p.m., Youth Fellowship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. O. W. Brand, Pastor Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Sermon Topic: "Stretch Forth Thy Hand". Special music by choir. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Senior High Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Gerald Hallauer, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Rev. H. Van Duyn, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon Topic: "The Oil of Gladness." 8 p.m , Evangelistic Service: Topic: "The Sin Question." ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL Win. Tjaden & Glenn J. Shore Lay Leaders Morning Prayer, 10 a.m. Attend the Church Of Your Faith Next Sunday This Church Calendar Published Weekly in This Newspaper Through The Courtesy of JOSEPH WEIDENHOFF, Inc. Plum Creek Women's Banquet The Plum Creek Women's Club will hold its annual banquet Wednesday evening at a 6:30 dinner at George's Cafe. Mrs. Harry Felter is in charge of the program. At Alumni Party Mr. and Mrs. Russel Rentz attended the party given by the Lone Rock high school alumni at the Plantation Inn Tuesday, Dec. 27. New Years Supper Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynlc, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mrf. Esther Helberg, Ralph Morgan tutiA Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber of Lu Verne went to Club 169 New Year's night for supper, after which they went to Mrs. .Helberg's to play "Canasta." Townsend Club Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 3, a social meet- ing of the Townsend Club was held, and matters of business also attended to. Greetings were forwarded to Helen Bassett, a hospital patient. Loyd^Haubach gave a five minute talk, and lunch was served at the close of the meeting. The next gathering will be at the home of Mrs. A. M. Anderson on Jan. 17. Rebekah Lodge To Meet The Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the Algona Hotel. Ho*te«s To Board Mrs. R. A. Davidson, president of the Methodist W. S. C. S., entertained the church executive board members last week Thursday. Thirty were in attendance. Mrs. Davidson was assisted in the serving by Mrs. William Finn, Mrs. Don Hiller, and Mrs. Clyde Adams. Birthday Surprise Mrs. Margaret Caughlin was given a surprise birthday party Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Kate Wegener, Mrs. Emma Uptagf aft. Mrs. Elizabeth Funk, Mrs. Fred Will, and Mary Streit, who took refreshments and presented Mrs. Caughlin with a gift. Holiday Guests New Years dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Zenor were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Abbott, of Eagle Grove, Mr. arid Mrs. Dale Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Abbott, of Vincent and Mr. and Mrs. Doug las Algoe, of puneombe s find the respective families; Dr. and'Mrs. L. L. Snyfler had as dinner guests New Years day Mr. and Mrs. James Gurwell and children Patricia, Barbara and Janet. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAHT If The Annual January Clearance is traditional with this store. It combines the usual end of the season clean-sweep of all winter merchandise—ladies fine quality ready to wear, piece goods and accessories—with special prices on brand new specially purchased staples—sheets, cases, towels, bed spreads-which are sold at greatly reduced prices. Don't pass this sale. Supply your immediate and future needs. Read this advertisement carefully and then come to the store and BUY, BUY, BUY liberally. Two Weeks Only-Jan. 11 to 25 Hemmed Tea Towels These are in new material, large size and all fully bleached. 4 For Linen Toweling IB inches wide, red, green and blue borders. The old reliable "Stevens." 3 1 Worsted Wool Yarn Colonial Knitting Worsted — an old standby brand—in full four ounce skeins. 4 Ounce Skein 79c BLANKETS BUY ONE YARD And Get ONE YARD FREE! DRAPERY REMNANTS AND BY THE YARD OFF THE BOLT ... all 48 inch in pebble cloth, home spuns and momme cloths. These are in both printed and striped patterns. Buy 1 Yard and Get 1 Yard FREE!HI J 7 ™° < 7 * % w «" wi » h **** binain 9 )—- We have about one dozen heavy wool blankets in choice of blue or rote. Going at special prices. A ~ 80x90 (100% pure wool) WHITE SHEET BLANKETS Fine Bleached Quality- Extra Soft and Heavy 70x99 Inch 72x108 Inch 81x108 Inch $1-95 $2-45 SHEETS BRAND & TYPE WEARWELL (Type 128) GOLDENGATE (Type 140) DUROCALE (Type 180 Percale) 83 x 108 In. $2.09 72 x 108 In. $2.19 2.48 2.98 81 x 108 In. 42 In Case* $2.29 2.79 48c Eo. »9c En. 3.09 69c Eo. 54-Inch Dress-Suit FABRICS That Sold For as Much as $4.95 Yard 1 Here are wool plaids- checks—wool crepes—wool failles and rayon and wool gabardines. COATS - DRESSES - SUITS Coats.... TO '39.95 TO '49.95 TO '75.00 29.95 35.00 45.00 We still have a very large group of the bast in Winter Coats—all wool in evory color including black, brown, green, red, wine and tweed. There is every size from size 7 to 42. Some with zip-out linings and others with heavy quilted linings. There is one special rack of Junior Dresses sizes 9-17 with values to $14.95 .... evrything on the rack goes for only $5.95. There are corduroys, crepes, cotton*, failles, taffetas. Limited number of 40 dresses so see these first I I I I We are putting ALL of our "better dresses" out at $10.00 off marked price. These were from $19.95 to $35.00. Every better dress included in the group. One other group of dresses with good value* to $14.95 at only $8.95. Good selection in sizes 10-20. SKIRTS... BLOUSES ... fifteen only in sis** 24-30—two groups—12.88 and $4.88. There are sharkskin, gabardine and wool plaid material* in the*e group*. All new ihi* falL .. All wool jersey. Other* in tissue faille. Silduka crepe and flai SUITS ... PURSES . . Flutfc eleven only. Sim 10-18. ell colon . . . $20.00 oif marked price. lain., Lot 1— value* to $2.8*— $1.85 Lot 2— value* to $5.8S-$2.85 Lot 3— v»lu»« to 110.00— $5 95 CHRISCHILLES STORE

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