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8—Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Schmidt-Rurup Nuptials Miss Marjorie Ann Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Schmidt of Woden, became the bride of Palmer Boyd Rurup, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Rurup of Colfax, N. D.. at a double ring ceremonv performed Sunday, Jan. 29,"at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Titonka, with Rev. William Plan?, officiating. Gold jonquils decorated the altar with candelabra on each side, and , during the ceremony, music was provided by the organist, Mrs. William Planz. The couple was attended by Mr. und Mrs. Bernard Schmidt, brother and sister- in-law of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white slipper satin wedding gown made with a long train and having long sleeves, coming to a point at the wrist and a fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and her only jewelry was a gold choker, a gift of the groom. The matron of honor wore a floor length blue satin formal and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Mrs. Schmidt, mother of the bride, wore a dark green dress and had a corsage of pink and white carnations. The groom and best man wore blue suits and white boutonnieres in their lapels. Ushers were Wilfred Schmidt, brother of the bride, and Lawrence Loeschen, cousin of the bride. Joyce Bruns and Delores To Wed February 15 Franzen sang, "O, Take My Hand, Dear Father" before the ceremony and "The Lordls Prayer" after the ceremony, accompanied by Mrs. John Ostermann Jr. Following the ceremony, a reception was held a* the home of the bride's parents. A two-tier wedding cake centered the table. Mrs. Rurup is a graduate of the Buffalo Center consolidated school, and Mr. Rurup attended school in Colfax, N. D. Mr. Rurup served two years in the army, one year being overseas in the Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Rurup are living in their home in Algona and are both employed at the Algona Hotel. Birthday Party Judy Mittag, daughter of Mrs. Rena Mittag of Lakota, who is spending some time with the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken, was given a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of her fifth birthday. Her mother came to assist Mrs. Bakken and brought with her the sons Dick and Ronnie. Those in attendance were Sheri Scott, Jacqueline Rowley, Mary Ann, Ida May and Clara Hansen, Judy Adams, Sharon and Judy Braun. Sharon Miller, Mary Zittr»\sch, and, Mrs, Kenneth Bakken. Other* from Lakota were Mrs. Fred Schrader and granddaughter, JuLe Ann. I Ruth Hauptmann, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hauptmann of Wesley, and Virgil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel of St. Benedict, will be married Wednesday, Feb. 15, at St. Joseph's parish in Wesley. Townsend Club Meeting The Algona Townsend club met Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, for a valentine party. Get-well cards were ordered sent to Jake Weaver and Mrs. Adeline McMahon, and a card of sympathy to the Jerome Hawkins family. There was a valentine exchange and each person also brought home-made valentines for a contest. Marie Pedersen had the funniest. Mrs. Wilbur Holdren the prettiest and Mrs. A. M. £«• derson the most novel. The next meeting will be Feb. 21 at the Wilbur Holdren home, with a benefit card pasty at 8:15 o'clock. Adah Carlson Weds Miss Adah Carlson, Algona city clerk, became the wife of Byron P. Richardson, mayor of Algona, in a ceremony performed Friday at 11 a. m., in the Grace Lutheran church, Fort Dodge. The wedding ceremony was condu C. L. Lindberg, past church. Attendants were Mrs. Lindberg and Miss Fern Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson returned to Algona Sunday, and will live in the Richardson home at 704 Park Ave. Mrs. Richardson has resigned her city position as of April 1. She has been active in the Wa-Tan-Ye group, and in civic affairs for a number of years, and a host of friends offer congratulations to the couple. Father - Son Banquet The Congregational Father and Son banquet will be held Wednesday evening, Feb. 15, with Mrs. Frank Zender as chairman. Esther Eischeid Married Miss Esther Eiseheid, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Aloysius J. Ei- seheid of Algona, became the bride of Herbert E. Knecht, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knecht of Whittemore, today, Tuesday at 9:00 at St. Cecelia's' church in Algona, Father P.P. Gearean officiating at the single ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Irene Eiseheid, sister of the bride, and Wilbur Knecht, brother of the groom. The bride's dress was of ivory satin with senior train and she carried a bouquet of red and white carnations. The bridesmaid's gown was of orchid and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and yellow roses. The bride attended St. Cecelia's academy and the groom Presentation academy in Whittemore. Later Mr. Knecht served in the army with some time spent in Korea. The young couple will make their home on a farm near Algona after March 1. Sixth Birthday Jimmy Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Finn, celebrated his sixth birthday Tuesday, Feb. 7 and in honor of the anniversary he was host to the following friends after school: Jimmy Anderson, Gary Adams, Michae' Brayton, Sharon and Jimmy Graham. Patty Hurt, Jimmy and Arden Thompson, Delores and Patty Thompson, Sharon and Bob Schneider, and Tommy Vinson. The time was spent at games after which lunch was served. i^d by Rev. astN of the Honored At Shower Mrs. Lowell Smith and Mrs. Carl Morck Jr., gave a shower Wednesday evening, complimenting Mrs. Ted Chrischilles. Those in attendance were Mrs. Theo Chrischilles, Mrs. Harry Greenberg, Mrs. Bob McCullough, Mrs. Bob Williams, Mw. Jerry Allen, Mrs. Murray Mowers, Mrs. Bob LaBarre, Mrs. Fred Kent Jr., Mrs. LeRoy Lee, Mrs. Dick.Post, Mrs. John Ferguson, and Mrs. Rex Taylor. The evemng was spent at canasta, prizes being won by Mrs. Mowers, Mrs. McCullough, Mrs. Lee, and Mrs. Post. Congregational Circles The Congregational Women's Association circles will meet as follows: Circle 1, Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, at eight o'clock, Mrs. Don Hutchins, chairman, assisted by Mrs. W. H. Sharp, Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, «nd Mrs. Dick Norton; Circle 2, Thursday, Feb. 16, at 1:15, with Mrs. C. R. La Barre, assisted by Mrs. Myrle Griggs and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley; Circle 3, Thursday, Feb. 16, at 1:15, with Mrs. Ted Larson, assisted by Mrs. Glen Buchanan and Leola Zeigler. SO At Post-Nuptial Shower Fifty friends and relatives attended a post-nuptial showtt Sunday in honor of Mrs. William German, Jr. The shower »was held at the Legion hall. Eleven tables of "500" were in play, with high prize going to Mrs. Leo Garman and low to Mrs. Lucille See- gebarth. Mrs. Ann Reimers received the door prize. The. bride, assisted by Palma Joy Olson and Betty Hutzell, opened many lovely gifts. A lunch was served by the hostesses: Betty Hutzell, Margaret Reimers, Palma Olson, Ruby Hinckley, Marilyn Geesman, Evelyn Warner, Mrs. Glen Hutzell, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. Paul Olson, Mrs. Ed Kienitz, Mrs. Victor Carman, and Mrs. William Carman, Sr. Jimmy Pickctl, 6 Jimmy Pickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett, was sixJ years old Saturday, and to celebrate the anniversary he was host to the following friends: Billie and Jimmie Lee, Bob Post, Roger Ferris, Gary Graham, James Stanton, Charles Streit, , Randy Harms, and Terry Zweifel. ,His sister, Judy, joined the group for the games and lunch which followed. Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman, LaVonne and David, attended a family dinner Sunday at Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Ellefson's at Sexton. Others in attendance were Mr. and Mrs, Cliff Hauenstein and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Merv Hauenstein and Russell, Of Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sengbusch of Laramie, Wyo.' To Attend Wedding , Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley will be joined here by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley of Austin, Minn., and will continue with them on a trip to Tulsa, Okla., Feb. 17. Monday, Feb. 20, all will attend the wedding of Walter Beardsley to Helen Rose Griffin, both of Tulsa. ' 90Jh Birthday Friends of D. D. Clapsaddle will be interested to know that le will be celebrating his 90th >irthday Monday, Feb. 13. Mr. Clapsaddle is at the Francis Ho,el. Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he has spent the last several winters. W.S.C.S. Circles W.S.C.S. circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday, Feb. 16, as follows: Sept.. Mrs. John Hayes; Oct., Mrs. H. L. Gil- rnbre; Nov., Mrs. H. M. Harris; Dec., Mrs. W. L. BilsbofoUgh; Jan. Mrs. Bessie' Walker; Feb., Mrs. A. L. Brown; Mar., Mrs. H. S. Montgomery; Apr., Mrs. W. J. Fuller; May, Mrs. C. L. Livingston. On West Bend Program Mrs. C.. C. Shierk and Mrs. W. F. Steele attended the Ladies Social and Literary club dinner at West Bend last wee*. Those from here appearing on the program were Mrs. Shierk, who gave <a piano number, a vocal solo was given by Jo Ann Balgeman, and Dr. Shierk and W. F. Steele gave their "Swami" entertainment in Hindu costume. Presbyterian Luncheon The Presbyterian women will meet for a 1-15 luncheon Thursday, Feb. 16. This will be preceded by a fifteen minute meeting, "Spiritual Life." Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mrs. B. G. Holcomb, and Mrs. Helen Trauger will discuss "Christianity in Modern Japan." Card Club Meets Mrs. Bob LaBarre was hostess to members of her card club Friday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bob McCullough end Mrs. Allen Buchanan. Mrs. L. J. Cassel and Mrs. Dean Parrott were guests." Card Club Hostess Mrs. Elmer Phillips was hostess to her card club members Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. W. W. Gillespie. Yield To Canasta Mrs. Jess Hill entertained the members of the "dn-We-Go" card club, Thursday afternoon. Canasta was played in place of the customary bridge. Miss Patricia Reding, who is attending St. Catherine College, in St. Paul, Minn., spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen had as guests Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elsbecker of Bancroft, brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Heinen. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris were visited Saturday by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall left Wednesday on a tw-o weeks' vacation at Mexicd City, Me*. During their absence the children. Loretta, Jeanne, Mary Susan, arid Bill are being cared for by Mrs. Willard Zeigler. . Carl Hansen spent Sunday at Swea City with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon moved there recently and had been at West Bend for a time, later staying here with Mr. Dillon's brother, Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. George Heinen were visited Saturday by Mrs. .Heinen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frambach of Whittemore. Other guests who came for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parson 1 of Britt, cousins of Mrs. Heinen. Mrs. Don Memmingsen and daughters, Susan and Becky, returned Thursday from. Worthington, Minn., where they had visited a week with Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Slater, parents of Mrs. Hemmingsen. HOSPITALS St. Ann Hospital Jan. 24 — Mrs. Clement Elbert, Algona, girl, expired 1-2650; Mrs. Edward Shilling, Algona, appendectomy. Jan. 25 — Mrs. Will Turner, Algona, medical; Mrs. William Schrader, Lone Rock, medical. Jan. 26 — Mrs. fimmert Daugard, Livermore, boyl 2 Ibs. Jan. 27-Gary Sorenson, Algona, tonsillectomy and adenoids; Brian Linnan, Algona, tonsillectomy and adenoids; Mrs. Alice Joan Scott, Algona. accident: Mrs. PO- lores Uhlenhake, Whittemore, boy, 7 Ibs. 8 oz.; Mrs. Robert Humphrey, Algona, boy, 6 Ibs. 5 oz. Jan. 28 — Baby Stephen Humphrey, Algona, medical; Mrs. Lester Gray, Titonka. Jan. 29 — Mrs. Phylliss E. Snyder, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs. 9 oz.; Mrs. Earl Sprague, Algona; Mrs. D. J. Killer, Algona, surgical. Jan. 30 — Father Benjamin, Algona, medical. Algona Osteopaihic Clinic Jan. 23 — Mrs. Henry Gremmer, Wesley, boy, 8 Ibs. 12 oz. Jan. 25 — Eugene Dornbier, Wesley, tonsillectomy. Family Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst and son, Richard, were at Mason City, Sunday, where a family dinner was given at Mrs. Dorothy Shatto's to celebrate the birthdays ot Mrs. Furst and Richard and Mr# Ethel Woolridge and daughter, Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fursu who live at Mason City, were alag § resent. Mrs. Henry Furst, Mrlr hatto, and Mrs. Woolridge are sisters. THREE BIG DAYS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16-17-18 CHRISCHILLES STORE and ANNEX HERE'S A "DOUBLE FEATURE THAT MEANS DOLLARS IN YOUR POCKET This is a real "DOUBLE FEATURE"-you may not like them in the movies but you can't pass up a bargain like this. No indeed. It's the best bet of the whole year. JUST FOR THESE THREE DOLLAR DAYS at the CHRISCHILLES STORE just 23((when we wrote this ad) high grade, THIS SEASONS, dresses values from $25.00 to $35.00, all sizes and colors-the best dress-deal you've seen in a coon's age-while they last, which won't be long, only CIA An At the ANNEX just 28 dresses, when we wrote this) and the grand finale to the biggest sale we've ever had, all sizes and colors, values to $14.95 (an dthis year's styles) get your's at the ANNEX for only S5.00 We won't promise that you'II find the numbers listed here-they're goin gfast. Get yours. CHRISCHILLES STORE and THE ANNEX FOR THAT SPRING-IN-THE-AIR FEELING—CHOOSE A See them in our show-Windows, h ear about them over KSMN (Mason City 10:00 A.M.) Tuesday and Wednesday—try them on and BUY two or three right here now! BELOW- Feminine as it can be ... with its soft-spoken touches of eyeJ»t lac* on scalloped sleeves. A dream of a two- piecer with a flare back jacket, swingy skirt. Of fine combed Sanforized cotton broadcloth. Blue, pink, maize, lilac. Sizes 9 to 15. ABOVE- M-m-m, this dress is a honey with its Dior skirt pockets, bias pin tucking on the bodice front. Of fine combed chambray . . . sudsable and San- forized. Brown, grey, blue, aqua, rose, lilac. Sizes 9 to 15. CHRISCHILLES STORE Mrs* Micka, 66, Lone Rock, Dies Mrs. Edith L. Micka, 66, of Lone Rock, died Monday noon at St. Ann Hospital, here. Mrs. Micka was born in Wisconsin, and funeral services will be held in Magnolia, Wis., on Thursday. The Hamilton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Micka is survived by her husband, a retired Chicago and Northwestern agent at Lone Rock. The Mickas came to Iowa in 1910 and to Lone Rock in 1932. WANT ADS BHINOfJ RESULTS NERVOUS STOMACH ALLIUIN r««*T«* dlstreraln* symptoms 6f "nertou* stomach"—heftTineii after m«ftb, belching, bloating; and eolle doe to «a. ALLIMINliaibean scientifically tested Sr doctors and loond highly effective. World famous—Mora than k ft billion Mid to date. ALLIMIN Garlic Tablets L. A. TIGGES, DRUGS 5 East State St. Algona; Iowa Miss Marcella Bartlett, who teaches at Mankato, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett. NOT ICE OF PROBATE OP WILL State of Iowa, rtossuth County — S8. IN DISTRICT COURT? No. 6027 January Term, 1950 To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Swan Monson, Deceased, dated August 17, 1938, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 27th day of February. 1950, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algorte, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said, instrument should not be nrobat- ed and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 11, 1950. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of District Court. L. A. WINKEL, Attorney Algona, Iowa 6 DOLLAR DAYS SPECIALS at THE "HUB MEN'S NECKTIES II These come from our higher priced lines. They'll go fast at this spectacular price—so make your selection at an early hour! ROCKFORD WORK SOCKS 5 pairs $ 1 The famous GENUINE "Rockford" socks in heavy weight with the red tip heel. Regularly 25c a pair. MEN'S HEAVY KNIT U'SUITS «i Here's a buy—and a bargain! A special group of men'i heavy weight unionsuils thai were priced up to $2.95. BOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS 98c Mothers! Here's your tint stop Thursday morning—for these sturdy, rugged flannel shirts that were $1.79 to $1.95. Huiryl Free Work 'Kerchief With Every Pair MEN'S LEE OVERALLS Ye»—with every pair of Le* Bib Overalls for men. we are giving Free a big, hefty siso work handkerchief. The handkerchief is a regular 29c value. Buy for your future needs. FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS •2 These are sanforised "Red Cap" brand—and that's what wakes them mighty special for these Dollar Davs. Priced at $2 Thursday, Friday. Saturday. ^ncea MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS $4 A group of Woolrlch and McGregor wool shirts are going for this price on these next three days. They are far higher. Choice of patterns. MEN'S WOOL SLACKS »3 A group of 18 pairs of men's wool slacks are slashed in pnce to $3 fo* this event. Sixes 28 to 36. ••»«•«» w» LIAMS

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