The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1950 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 31, 1950
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Bancroft Girl Bride Lone Rock Man On January 22 Lpn* Beck — On Sunday evening, Jan. 22, a very pretty wedding was solemnized in the Methodist church in Burt, when Char* lolte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ditsworth • of Bancroft, and Frank, *on of Mr. and Mrs. M, O. Richards of Lone Rock, were married in service. . The bride was goWn of white sli with a fitted t» a candlelight attired in a er satin, made ice, net yoke ami long sleeves that came to a point over the hands, and the skirt fell in a long train. She were a finger tip veil. She was given in marriage by her father. She carried a age b; white prayer book with a shower of carnations and staphanatas. Mrs. Gladys Keller attended her sister, as matron of honor. She was dressed in a pink formal and carried a hand bouquet of blue carnations and ste- phanatas. The groom was dressed in a grey suit. He was attended by his brother. Guy Richards, who was dressed in brown. They both wore carnation boutonaires. Jerry Webb, cousin of the groom, was ring bearer. He was dressed in a white suit and 'carried the^ink on a white satin, heart . shaped pillow. Deanna ^"-worln, Hitece of the bride, ..__ flower girl. She was dressed In a floor length dress of .blue silk and G**rii3 her petals in a white croChetedl basket. Mrs. M. L. ' Bllsborough, aunt of the groom, marched Kenneth ... Love You, the' wedding . accompanied vtKo sang "I y" and "Because." tee. Mrs. Art Person and Mrs. Melvin Faber had charge of the prpgram Thursday afternoon, and priees were won by Mrs. Voet. man, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. McArthur, and Mrs. Vollmar. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Tigges, with Mrs. Jes. Coady assisting hostess. Birthday Surprise A_surprise birthday in honor ln r, A reception Wat held in the din- room' of .th* church, 'our "girl friends of the couple served. Mrs. Albert Cutler poured, and Mrs. .E. .Seeney cut the wedding cake. Miss Ila Bilsborough had charge of the guest t „ _ * ' __J ** MfH*_i_J f*l**f*~. gu '.hi book, and Mrs. Wilfred Chafee had charge of the gift table. 8«M•barih Quest* Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow were Sunday dinner guests at the Erich Seegebarth home. Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary sponsored a card party Thursday-evening at the Legion hall. There were three tables of players present, prize* were won by the following: C. F. Schultz high for women, Mr*. Fred Genrich low for women, Leon Larson high for men, and Fred Genrich low for men, with Sieb Behrend* winning the door prize. ,' Bridge Club fcfeetT The Idle Hour bridge club met Thursday, Mr*. M. O. Richard*, of Ralph Richards' 15th birthday was held at the Methodist church after choir practice Thursday evening. All the members of his Sunday School class were present. Fractures A Bone Mrs. Wm. Schrader had the 'misfortune of falling while going outside Wednesday evening and is suffering a small fracture. She is at St. Ann hospital at Algona. Mile Society Meeting The Lone Rock Ladies Mite Society general meeting will be held next Friday afternoon, Feb. 3 instead of Thursday afternoon, Feb. 2, as scheduled. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. Ronald Christenson, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mr*. C. F. Sohultz, Mrs. Fred Schultz, and Mrs. Emil Kraft. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cotton left Thursday evening to visit in Chicago, III. N. L, Cotton left Thursday 'afternoon to visit his daughter] Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shel-* lito, at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Larson, Craig and Juliana, Mrs. Art Priebe, Dennis, Rodney and Joel, spent from Friday till Monday at the parental Martin Larson and Mrs. Idella Hallman homes at Decorah. Juliana Larson was baptized there on Sunday. Mrs. Mary Hemerson suffered a heart attack the first of the year and is in bed due to a heart ailment at the home of her daughter, Mr. , and Mrs. H. A. Holmgren. . Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna arrived home Thursday evening, after (.pending the past three weeks in Arizona, Mexico, and California.' ' Mrs. Lydia' Wetzel attended a low home. Mr, and Mrs. LaVerne Hammerstrom and Eileen were Wednesday evening supper guests at I home Jh .honor of their son Kenneth's 10th birth- ng si lefel the Ray Zwiefel home Jh Mrp. Robert Hanson end borfth of Ames came Monday t send a few days at the Don .ouck home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt spent Wednesday evening at the Frank Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nurre and family of Bancroft spent Friday evening at the B. L. O'Donnell home. The Emil Person family spent Wednesday night at the Ralph Hammerstrom home in honor of his birthday, • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reidel of Burt were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Waiter Dacken home. Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and Rachel and Meredith spent Friday afternoon at the Albert Shaser pent Mil- Sanford Mitchell and Kenneth Thomsen, students at Ames, s the weekend at the parental fred Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath returned home Thursday after enjoying the temperature* of 76 and 85 degrees for the past two weeks at Tampa, (Miami, and Key Wwt, Fl». „ „ . Mrs. Roy Rhinehart and Stevie of Storm Lake spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elsbecker. same hospital for several weeks, was brought to her home this week and is being cared tor by her daughter, Mrs. Ray Welp," and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welp. Carol Club Concert The Carol club of St. John's school presented their concert for the school pupils Thursday afternoon and for the public in the evening. A large crowd was on hand. There were 79 in the boys and girls vocal groups. The program was under the direction of Sister Mary LaDonna. Mrs. Chas. Baker and Mrs. Bess Connelly returned Sunday after several days with relatives in Mason City. Mr. Baker and Monica spent Sunday with relatives there, and Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Connelly returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Farrow, who have spent several months visiting in Minneapolis and Brainerd, Minn., returned to their home Ed Farrow brought them home and spent the weeKend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr anc Arlis spent Sunday in St. Bene diet with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr There was no school in either Initiate 8 In Bancroft V.F.W. Auxiliary Post Bancroft — Ladles who were initiated into the V.F.W. Auxiliary at their regular meeting Thursday evening were Mrs. F. J. Welp, Roselyn Augustine, Mrs. A. W. Kennedy, Mrs. Richard and Henry Menke, Loretta Merrill, Mrs. Joseph Fox, Mrs. Ralph Caylor. Mrs. Richard Welp also was present but was not initiated. The club now has 66 members. .«___• **< Home From Hospital Mtrs. Josephine Becker, who has been a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, returned to her home this week and was taken to the home of her son, Edward Becker, of Swea City. Mrs. Joseph Baltz, also a patient of the school Wednesday afternoon, due o road conditions. Maxine Farrow is spending a month with her sister, Mrs. Laur- mce Blocker, and her brother, tfarold Farrow, at Spencer. Mr?- J. M. Stover and Donald of Emmetsburg spent Monday with the former's mother, Mrs. Johanna Bergman. rg M Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Robinson have left for an extended trip through Texas. Mrs. Kate Bolster came home for a week's stay, after being with her daughter, Mrs. O'Neil, and fister, Mrs. Anna McGuire, at Spencer since Christmas. Mrs. Bolster will again return to Spencer Sunday and will remain for the winter months. Frank Baker, Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baker, supervisor in the R. L. Bailey Mason City agency of Banker: Life Co., has won recognition a a member of the company's quarter-million dollar club. Wm. Farrow, who entered a hospital at Ft. Dodge Tuesday for an eye operation, was returned to his home again the same day Mr. Farrow, who hasn't been well for some time, will have to remain at his home until his health has improved. Mrs. Far row, Lucille and Verdon, anc Mrs. Nick Sandt went with him .to Ft. Dodge. USE THE WANT ADS Tuesday' January 31, 1950 Algona Upper De* MatnM-S Retail Sales Harry Herr has become associated with the North Centra! Iowa Paint & Feed Co., it was announced by Ralph Tice, owner. Mr. Herr was formerly associatc-d with the Algona Hardware, He will have charge of retail sales. One hundred and twenty men accompanied Columbus when he discovered America. Notice Annual Meeting Postponed Until February 9, 1950 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders and subscribers to Capital Stock of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, according to Article Ten of the Articles of Incorporation, shall be held in Algona, Iowa, on the last Saturday in January, 1950, for the purpose of election of directors for the coming year and for receiving and, if approved, ratifying and confirming ali the acts and proceedings of the Board of Directors of the corporation done and taken during the preceding year, properly come before the meeting. At a meeting of the Board of Directors on January 14, 1950, it was unanimously agreed upon to postpone the annual meeting of ;he Algona Cooperative Creamery to February 9, 1950, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening in the Algona High School Auditorium. THe board unanimously agreed hat they would meet in the Al- ;ona Cooperative Creamery Com- 3any on January 28, 1950, and transact the postponement of the annual meeting to February 9, 1950, at Which time the superintendent of the Algona High School has agreed that we may use the high school auditorium. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY M. P. Christiansen Secretary 3-4 PHONE 229 O. T. land, hostess and assisting P the annual;,,--,--.- __ •-, -.^ -^ held Tu£d*y. feb; 77-at the Ja*. Coady home. Mr*, Fred Ti Mm, Art Person, and Mrs. Jas. Coady are on the menu commit- birthday part Zumacn at ty i his in honor of Art home Tuesday evening. Judy McMahon of Algona spent -a&?, weekend with Mrs. Lydia Wetvel. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Art Person spent Thursday evening at the Willard Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Marlow, Ida Riley and Oscar Riley of West Bend Were Sunday dinner guests at the Merwin Marlow home. The Lyle Marlow family spent the axterhoari" there. 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