The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1950 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1950
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4-Algona Upper De« Molnas Tuesday, February 7, 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Enquist of Boone spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Hawks. William Schrader and family and Mrs. Emma Geesman of Lone Rock visited Sunday with Mrs Lillian Hawks and also with Mrs. Schrader at bt. Ann hospital. Kevin Schmitl and Paul J. Thilges, who are attending St. Ambrose college, returned to Davenport Wednesday evening to start the second semester at the College. Mr. and Mis. Heinle Fisher visited the Kaiser-Fraser plant in Yysilanti. Mich., recently, where they attended a dealer preview of the new Kaiser-Fraser models. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hice have as a guest their daughter, Mrs. Charles DuCharme II of Gross Point Farms, Mich. Mrs. Rice has been sick the past few weeks with a sinus infection. . Helen Dingley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz to St. Petersburg, Fla., and had planned to go from there to Ohio to visit her aunt, Kitty Cordingley, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bonnstetter of Whittemore are parents of a girl born Thursday, Feb. 2, (Groundhog Day). She has been named Mary. The Bonnstettcrs have two other children, a girl seven years old and a boy four years old. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Vaicoe, formerly of Emmetsburg, are for the present making their home with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast. Mr. Varcoe had been in partnership with his three brothers in the lumber ana construction business. Recently, he sold his share, but till all details are arranged, he is commuting and assisting in the business. Mr. and Mrs. Varcoe plan to locate here. To w. in lh!i HM hot l flowtr. o tcorf i b/ c onging a Mrs. George Conklin is confined ito bed with asthuma, to which she is subject. Mr", and Mrs. Harold Blinkman spent Thursday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe's. Rene Authier, salesman for Swift & Co., was sick with the flu a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rents and daughter of Ft. Dodge were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Milo Rentz and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rentz of Burt. Charles "Pal" Cockerell was in DCS Moines last week Monday and Tuesday attending a Chevrolet school of instruction. Jack and Jill Clapsaddle al tended a meeting Sunday of the "Good Luck Motor Cyde" at Charles Gollner's at Wesley. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson will leave Thursday, Feb. 9, for a vacation trip to New Orleans, •La. They will return Feb. 20. Tommy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush, returned to school last week after an absence of a fortnight while sick with tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain were visited Saturday by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Chamberlain of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cockerell were supper guests Wednesday of the latter's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Munson, at Livermore. Josie McEvoy ailepded Ihe wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John Grace at Emmetsburg Monday. The couple was married in the St. Thomas church. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sprague are C arents of their fourth child, a oy, born Jan. 30 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs., 5 oz., and has been named Steven Earl Sprague. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bonnette and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske, spent last week Sunday at Northwood with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnette. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colberg had as guests Sunday tneir daughter, Mrs. Gerhard Norem, and sons, Marvin, Roger, and Verle, of Alden, and the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leininger and daughter, Carol of Williams. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Carney have received word of the birth of a son in the Methodist hospital to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Carney of Des Moines. The infant weighed six pounds and was born Friday. He has been named Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen were guests last week Sunday of the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hamil-' ton, at Irvington. Mr. Hamilton has not been in good health of late and has a nose aliment which he will perhaps have corrected later. Mrs. Wade Sullivan accompanied her mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly, and brother, John Kelly, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudsen of Emmetsburg, to Houston. Texas, last week. Mrs. Kelly will remain for an extended visit with relatives, but the others will return home after a brief visit there. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson attended the basketball game at Webster City Friday evening and brought back with them Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Lottie Wheeler, who remained here till Sunday. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs Anderson and Mrs. Wheeler attended the final rites at Corwith for Mrs. Mattie Beers, 86, great- aunt of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, ac companied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ger ild Voigt of Fenton, spent th veekend at Iowa City where the;, attended the graduation of Bol Geigel, who majored in physica education. The class of 714 was the largest in the- history of the university. Hub has won distinction in wrestling and football, particularly during the past two years. Mrs. Fred Powell and Mrs. Almira Green left Thursday for California. Mrs. Powell will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kail Burns, at Glendale, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Christensen. at San Pedro. She expects to be gone- three months. Mrs. Green will visit friends at Burbank and possibly remain longer than Mrs Powell. Prior to going to Call forma, Mrs. Green spent a couple of weeks at Mason City with hei son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green. Mr. and Mrs. Don Boeven have purchased a farm north of Fenton and plan to take possession March 1. Mrs. Lawrence Gillesple had as weekend guest the latter s mother, Mrs. Bertha Mansmith of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burt had as guest last weekend Leonard Hary of Cedar Rapids, brother of Mrs. Burt. Homer Anderson and Richard Johansen were at Des Moines last week attending a sales meeting of the Sargent personnel. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns and daughter, Ruth Ann, spent Sunday at Estherville with Mrs. J. B. Burns, mother of J. D. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Don Busch have as guest an aunt of Mr. Busch, Mrs. Christien Meier of Postville. She will be here several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom had as guests last week Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardel, and son, Dannie. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Briggs had as recent guests the latters brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Wermerson of Fort Mr. 6 'and Mrs. Waller Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley have had as guest a few days last week, Carl Davis of Barnum, cousin of the men. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich had as guests Sunday the latter s father, Charles Johnson, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Jorgensen of Adel Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Foster of Ft. Dodge spent Friday here with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster and a part of the time with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. Delores Bowman, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, who is taking nurses training at St. Joseph's hospital, Sioux City, will spend from Saturday till Monday with her parents. Mrs. Arthur Ferguson ol Keokuk is spending a fortnight with her mother, Mrs. F. S. Norton. Mrs. Norton has not been in the best of health of late but has improved in the past few weeks. Friends have received word that Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher of Wellsville, Pa., have recently returned home from a visit at Clearwater, Fla., with Mrs. Pitcher's father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mrs. Mary Buenger had as dinner guests Friday her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buenger, and her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wlchtendahl, and the families of West Bend. Mrs. Beecher Lane was hostess to the members of the "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Henry Johannsen was a guest. Prizes were won by Mrs. Clara Pratt, Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi, and Mrs. Johannsen. Friends of Mrs. Dell Holland s now at Phoenix, Ariz., with her Marjorie Ann Schmidt Weds— • _ Marjorie Ann Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Schmidt, became the bride of Palmer B. Rurup on Sunday the twenty-ninth day of January at two o'clock in the Immanuel Lutheran church at Titonka. A reception was held at the bride s home following the ceremony. (Russell Studio Photo). ary riends, imith. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby having spent several OIIllllI, Having Dt ,~... ~- -— — weeks with them in California. She plans to return to her home at Ottawa, Kan., in mid-Febru- •y Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell pent last week Sunday at Mason City with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William DeKruif. This week Sunday they visited another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry kelson, at Havelock. Joe and Walter Bradley allend- ed a sales school of the Allis Chalmers Co., at Mason City last week. Others from the store here who attended were Wendell Jensen, Oran Hudson, Howard Still- Mr, and Mis. John Buscher had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enerson of Estherville, cousins of Mrs. Buscher. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell and sons' Jimmy and Gary, spent a week ago Sunday at Clarion with Mrs. Col well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Day. Mrs. Agnes Eischeid had her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schimmel, and daughter, LaVonne, of Blue Earth, Minn., as guests Sunday. Mrs. William Draylon entertained the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Harry Herr, and Mrs. Agatha Goeders was low score prize winner. Arnold Elberl and L. J. Nelson are attending the "Copper Clad" company convention being held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Des Moines. | The men are employes of the company. Mrs. Clark Orion and son. Dennis, are at Omaha, Neb., this week visiting the son Knute, a student at the Bible institute there. A convention is being held there this week, which Mrs. Orton and sons will attend. ' Mrs. Clark Orion has received word from her mother, Mrs. Selby Hart of Brazil, Ind., that Mr. Hart, who has been in serious condition for some time suffering with a heart ailment, is now confined to bed and night nursint, care is necessary. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brando* have received word of the birth ter, Elsie, of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Raj Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carroll had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs._Oliver Carroll and daugh- ..„. _—. Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements left Sunday for a vacation of a fortnight at New Orleans, La. Jacqueline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zenter, has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital, following an appendectomy, Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Culbertson were supper guests Sunday of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Salisbury, at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, who are traveling in the south, have recently written friends that they are now at Clearwater, Fla. 21. of a daughter Jan. 30, to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Branuow of Hum boldt. The infant was born in a Ft. Dodge hospital. This is the second child, the other being a SAVE FUEL- GET MORE HEAT with CIRCULATEAIR Do you have rooms in your home that are not properly heated? Is your air sluggish? Like stagnant water? Circulateair can be installed on any gravity type furnace in three hours. Let us tell you more about it. Sigsbee Plumbing & Heating Phone 1070 4-5 man,"and Bob'Ma'rcy. L. L. Rit- of age. er, block man, also attended the school. . Hugh Carroll is repairing the interior of the house owned by him and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hegarty, which was badly damaged by fire three weeks ago. The cause of the fire- was not determined as the condition of the place was too damaged for definite aecisions. Mr. and Mrs. William Holdren are parents of a daughter born Friday at a Charles City hospital. Mrs. Holdren is the former Jean Buthman, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. John Buthman, former Algonians when the Rev. Buthman was Methodist district superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Hold- x-n live at Floyd where he is coach in tiiu schools there. Mrs. Neltie Rich came home Tuesday (today) from the west toast where she had visited relatives u few months. At Seattle Wash., she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ro bert Ward and at hcdonda Beach Cal., she visited her granddaugh ter and her husband, Mr. ' and Mrs. Elwood Richter. Mrs. Richt er is the former Doris Drayton. Mr. and Mis. Hugh Colwel were accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colwell, and daughter Geraldine, and Mr. and Mrs Burtey Davis of Irvington, to Humbuldt, Saturday, where they attended the- wedding at nine o clock at the Catholic church of ! Mary Slieean to Eaii Colwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell, ail of Humboidt. A reception was held at une o'clock in the Academy hall there. _ Mr. and Mxs. C. A. Geuenfald and their son and daushtw-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld, spent Sunday ut Forest City with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Donuhue, son-in-law and daughter oi the senior Mr. and Mrs. Geilenfeld. Mr. anu Mrs. Verat-11 Brunsvold of Ottumwa son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld, stopped at the parental home Sunday morning, en route home from a visit with Mr. and Mi's. Donvhue at Forest City. , son, Roger, four and a half years Mr. and Mrs. John Deim spent Sunday at Clarion with Mr. and Mrs. Al Colman, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Deim. The ^oleman children are recovering 'ram the measles. Mrs. W. G. Curtis and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ray Curtis, plan to spend Thursday at Ft. Dodge. En route there, they will stop at Humbpldt to visit Mrs Ray Curtis' sister, Mrs. Charles Schick. , Mrs. I. E. Hutchings was accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Dearchs to Fairmont, Minn., Thursday and visited brothers and sisters- in-law of Mrs. Hutchings, Messrs, and Mesdames George, Joe, and Clair MUSSLT. Mr. and Mrs. Fr.-nk Butts had as guests Sunday the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butts of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stotts of Garner, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Frank Butts. Mr. MM! MM. BUb M«ta« daughtf, Ellen, hate I "°*?9 "JCi from Masort City, and .for the present are t making their home with Mrs. Main'sjp^efils, .Mr. and Mrs. L^Roy j Graps6r. Mr. Mains is employed with the Krfk A Mr. C and Mrs. JS^lard Snyder. accompanied by Kzr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanseft took Mrs. Herbert LeDbw and sph Bobbie, to the home at St. Paul, Min n -iJ?r lowing a visit he>e since Wednesday, when MK LeDow brought them here. Mrs. LeDow is the former Bonnie Snyder. The party left Saturday and returned home Sunday. Marilyn O'Brien Bride Of Robert Mousel, Feb. 6th WhUtemore — In a pretty double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Raymond Pick in 5>t. Michael's Catholic church, Monday morning at 8:30, Feb. 6, Miss Marilyn O'Brien, daughter,of Mr and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien of Whittemore, became the bride of Robert Mousel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mousel of Ft. Dodge. . , . . Mr. O'Brien gave his daughter in marriage. She was beautifully attired in white satin bridal gown, with tiers of lace on a senior train, and a fitted bodice. Her gown had long pointed sleeves edged in lace and a high net neckline set off in ruffles coming to a point in the pack. Her fingertip veil fell from a seeded pearl tiara, and she carried a bouquet of American beauty roses. She wore a three-strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. , .. » Wilma Kollasch, cousiri of the bride, was bridesmaid. She was attired in an American beauty satin gown. She carried an arm bouquet of white carnations. Charles Hiltz, a friend of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Both men wore brown suits with white carnation bouttonaire. Dennis O'Brien, brother of the bride, and Billy Dudding of Bancroft were ushers. Mrs. O'Brien chose a navy blue dress for her daughter's wedding, and Mrs. Mousel, mother of the jridegroom, chose a beige dress. 3oth wore corsages of pink carnations. Following the ceremony, a dinner and reception was held at the Plantation Ballroom to 80 relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mousel entertained their rela- relatives and friends at a dance at the Plantation Ballroom in the evening. e^^b^hlr^P^Attefta- Yw!?£ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mey* *s£, Mr- and Mrs. Elvin Meyer Mr.- and Mrs. Ernest MeVM and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs- W"^? , », * IJUestad of Algona became parents of a daughter, their first chil<fc Wed-' ttesday night of last ^Ik. Mr. Ullestad is cashier at the Savings Loan here. • . . . '-.•;.. rrrT'Meyer 1 Jr., and 'family, Mti an^' Mrs Leonard Meyer and family Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer^ Mr ahd ? Mrs. Henf f Latick and family, all of ..Wttgnore; Mr ahd Mrs. Edwin Ljeb and familv of here. "500" was played ^entertainment, and high score prizes went to Henry Lauck and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, low to Mfs. Hugo Meyer, arid travel to. Ernest Meyer. Sorority Honors Shirley W eber > daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John F. Weber of Irvington, has been elected corresponding secretary of Kappa Pi Alpha sorority at Morningside **+*+&*+ ft DI ft/2 college, Sioux City. She is a jurt- | |QCaC.S> tJHUW ior. oly eat this deltoous Vite- L and i Mineral Candy S"ed ? AYDS. before meals a. AYPS check your automatically rally. Absolutely rally. so tainno reducing drug.. Money refunded If you doh t lose ' refunded V^twit Bupply *2.89 . Month's . The young couple left for Chicago where they will spend two VALENTINE SPECIAL! "Cavalier" Masterpiece* of fine construction and handsome staling — thesf chests, designed by "Cavalier"— will truly express your love and endearment. AH are lully cedar- lined, with inner Irays. lock, and other wanted features. Make your selection now! 50 weeks. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Glenn Opheim To Wed On Feb. 12 Lotis Creek — A miscellaneous shower was held Thursday afternoon at the Severin Opheim home in honor of Margaret Koek- enhoss of Emmetsburg. Miss Koekenhoss will be the bride of Glenn Opheim on Feb. 12 at the Emmetsburg Lutheran church at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and Willis visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ristau at LuVerne. Mrs. Ristau is in poor health. Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Meyer, has been a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer THANKS EVERYBODY Capture Her Heart on Valentine's Day With beautiful flowers for coming to our opening ... it was really gratifying to see so many friends-and to hpve so many of you wish us "good luck!" And thanks for the flowers, too. We'll be happy to see all of you again —and often—whether it's for coffee time, lunch, dinner or just a snack. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnston Johnston's cafe (formerly Th? "OK Cafe") Whether she's a brand new "interest" in your life or the, wonderful woman you married • ... remember to fend her beautiful flower* on Valentine's Dcjy. Yoyr own p.fffoiial Valentine greeting can be expressed on the accompanying card. Member Flori«t» Telegraph Delivery Assn. We S«nd Flowers Valentine's Day Special frafrenj, long-stemmed Better Times Roses, boxed and gift- wrapped. $6.00 Algona Greenhouses ^*^£f?^wf $ $ COMING! Algona Merchants Will Present Winter's Biggest Value Event

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