The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1950 · Page 6
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6—Algono Upper Des Mofnes Tuesday, February 7, 1950 Fenfon Folks Celebrate 3rd Anniversary Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained in honor of their wedding anniversary Wednesday evening. Feb. 1, which was the third. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoebei, Mr and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Mr. an<? Mrs. Shelby WeisDrod, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler; Mr. and Mrs Day Khyl, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborne. Bridge was played? High prize for the men went to Paul Eigler. High prize for the women went to Mrs. Clarence Osborne. The guests presented Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber with a gift. W.S.C.S. Meeting Thursday «/£ h £ February meeting of the W.S.C.S. was held at 2:30 on Thursday, Feb. 2. After the business meeting, the worship was in charge of Mrs. Frank Behne. Assisting her in this service were Mesdames Clarence Underwood, Frank McFall, F. E. Flowers, John Theesfield, O. H. Stoeber, and Lester Weisbrod. The program, The World Learns to Read," was led by Mrs Clarence Osborn, assisted by Mrs F. P. Newel and Mrs. F. E. Flow- ers. Mrs. Arlo Ranney had charge of the fellowship feature, which was a vocal solo by Pamela Weisbrod. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mesdames Wendell Rusch Dale Weisbrod, Fred Mortensen, and Lyle Newel. March 2 Hostesses are Mesdames C. C. Voigt, Joe Madden, Russell Jensen, and Floyd Duncan. •• Homebuilders Class Meet The Homebuilders Class of the Methodist Sunday School had their February meeting Thursday, Feb. 2, in the church parlors Mrs. John Theesfield led the devotions. A missionary playlet was given with Rex Wolfe, Mrs. A. H. Meyers, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood taking part. Entertainment was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, and Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield. Hosts and hostesses were Mr and Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Widdel, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. Ladies Aid Meeting The St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. The program consisted of the topic, "Our Com- Tiunion Service," given by Rev. Tredrick. The program committee was Mrs. George Jentz and Mrs Marvin Luedtke. Mrs. Seely sang wo vocal solos, "Bless This House' and a novelty number. ; uests were Mrs. W. B. Schmit- ke, Mrs. Mary Hansen, and Mrs Arlo Ranney. Hostesses were Mesdames Weber Yager, Roland Watson, and Clarence Wagner. Dennis Khyl Honored Mrs. Ray Khyl entertained a few little friends in honor of Dennis' sixth birthday. Guests were Dennis Newel, Rodger Knutsen, Billy Weisbrod, Vir Jean and Arden Norland, and Terry Tieman. Dennis received many gifts. Games were played, after which lunch was served. Bridge Club At Paul Eiglers The Thursday Evening bridge club met with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber were substitutes. Mrs. Mrs. Charles Newel won high prize for the women. Mr. Tatum won high for the men. Mr. Frank Behne won travel prize. Melvin Berklands Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland are the parents of a son born Friday, Jan. 27, at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. He weighed 7 Ibs., 2 oz., and has been named Marlin Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were Wednesday supper guests in the Willard Menz home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Otto WichtendahJ were recent visitors at the Tom Fickbohm home at Forest City. The Hook and Eye sewing club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Mrs. Hans Baago was a guest. Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke returned to her home at Morristown Minn., after spending two week in the Wm. Hantelman home. Mrs. Lena Zumach underwen an operation Monday at the Em metsburg hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall Frank Humphrey and Geralc Voigt spent Wednesday in Ft Dodge on business. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber Susan and Bill, and Ordeon Kal- brick visited Tuesday in the Ray Hurst home at Estherville. Mrs John Verbrugge returned with them to Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown left Friday for Kansas where they will visit relatives and Leslie, Ark., where they will visit Mr. Brown's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman Jeft Friday for a three-week vacation trip to Florida. Ray Kyhl spent Monday in Wason City on business. The Walther League met Wednesday evening in the church jarlors. VALENTINE GIFTS that go Lakota Business Men Guests Of Farm Bureau Bd. Lakoia — The Lakota business men were guests of the Kossuth Co. Farm Bureau board at dinner last week Monday noon at the city hall at the first meeting of the new year. Albert Johnson County Farm Bureau president, gave the Welcome to the guests and also explained the relationship of the organization and the Extension Service. Seven new directors were present. A committee of Legion Auxiliary women served the dinner to 32 men. Ifene Youngwirth, Kichard Kohlhaas, Wed February 7 Cars Bong Up Fenders, Ledyard The Forest City sub-district Men s Brotherhood will meet in Ledyard, Monday, Feb. 20, at the Methodist church. Dinner will be served at seven. Rev. L. Kingma of Lone Rock will be the speaker. Whiitemore — A fashionable Whittemore wedding of the midwinter season took place Tuesday morning, Fe.b. 7, at 8:30 o'clock when Irene Youngwirth of Whittemore became the bride of Richard N. Kohlhaas of Livermbre. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Youngwirth, prominent farmers south of here, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas of Livermore. The Rev. William Veit read the double ring ceremony before a large audience of relatives and friends, in St. Michael's Catholic church. Sister M. Leo, church or- janist, accompanied the soloists, Louis Kollasch and Joan Kelly. Mir. Youngwirth gave his daughter in marriage. She was beautifully attired in an ice blue, southern belle styled gown, with matching lace bonnet and finger- ip veil. Her gown had a chantilly ace tunic and bodice, and very ull skirt, with double ruffled seeking petticoat of tissue net, mffed, laced sleeves and scallop- d, ruffled neckline. She wore ingerless gloves and carried a Douquet of red roses, centered with a white orchid. Her jewelry onsisted of pearls. Darlene Kohlhaas, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. She was attired in a peachbloom rayon marquisette gown, with fitted bodice and full skirt and fitchue collar, and headdress matching her dress, and wore fingerless gloves and carried muffs covered with falling roses. Her jewelry also was pearls. Dolores Fischer, a friend of th bride, was dressed identical to the maid of honor, and also wore jewelry of pearls. The bridegroom was attended by Victor Youngwirth, brother of the bride, and Howard Weydert a friend of the groom. The bridegroom and his attendants wore midnight blue trousers and white dinner jackets. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Youngwirth chose a navy blue dress and .wore an-priehid corsage. Mrs. Kohlhaas also wore navy blue and an orchid corsage. A reception was Held at the home of the bride's parents to 130 relatives and friends of the couple at high noon and at supper. The bride's table was decorated with her chosen colors of peach and white. Table waitresses were Jean Lensihg, D6f/othy Hey- nolds, and Beverly Wifhelmi, friends of the bride. . The bride graduated from Presentation Academy with the class of 1945 and.has since been employed with the Bell Telephone Co. in Algona. Mr. Kohl- lass attended St. Joe school and graduated in 1947, and has been farming with his father. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas will live on a farm near St. Joe after their return from their wedding trip in the south. They entertained their many relatives and friends at a dance at the Plantation Ballroom the same evening. New Store Planned The Western Auto Supply is opening a store in Algona sometime next month. It will be located in the corner of the Algona Hotel building, it was learned yesterday. dtfrs were considerably damaged in an accident, Sunday morning, in Ledyard. One car was driven by Mary Ann Lynch of Ledfyard and the other by Raymond Worden of Bancroft. Front ends of both machines were damaged, but neither occupant was hurt. Don Woods, deputy sheriff, investigated the mishap, caused by a skid on an icy corner. Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday, February 7-8-9 Change of Program BRING YOU THE LAUGHI? K LOVIN IN YEARS! For Valentine ammunition that finds the soft spot in his heart, choose a gift a man can't resist accessories for that dress-up date with you VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS TALK A MAN'S LANGUAGE! 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