The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1950
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2—Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, February 21, 1950 Becker - Kaywrr Nuptials Miss Irma Becker, daughter of Mrs. Ida Becker of St Joe, became the bride of R6bert Kayser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser of St. Joe, Wednesday, Feb. 8, at St. Joseph's church. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. George Theobald, with Sister M. Rogers as organist accompanying the St. Joe choir. The bride was beautifully attired in an ivory slipper satin gown with long pointed, sleeves. Her tight fitted bodice was trimmed with satin cording and seed pearls. Below the madrian collar was a diamond-shaped cutout and a full hooped skirt with a cork train. Her fingertip veil and tiara matched her dress with diamond-shaped cutouts and seed pearl trimming. She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses. Edith Becker, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wove an ice blue satin gown with net yoke surrounded by a lace trimmed Smart, Dainty Pomps for Spring IPs fashionable to be Tjlue' this season. Your Navy pumps are in perfect harmony with red, grey, pink, green, light blue, and other new wardrobe shades. Smartly detailed with scalloped edges for that feminine look. Sizes 4 to 9; AA to B i?*£G^ ifieyre kitten soft priced/... JUST 3.98 The very latest for your informal moods. So light they seem only to shadow your step. So rich in styling you'd expect to pay far more than $3.99! Sofl smooth leather in wheat (natural), and green elk. *Reg. U. S. Patent Office ruffle. Her headdress was of three American beauty roses and she also carried a colonial bouquet of matching roses. Best man was Nbrman Kayser, brother of the groom. Acolytes Were Donald Becker, John Gales, Roger Sinwell and Richard Hammer. The bride's mother wore a printed navy blue dress, and the groom's mother a gray wool suit dress. Both wore corsages of white carnations. The wedding picture is elsewhere in this issue. A reception was held at the bride's home following the ceremony, and the same evening, friends were entertained at the Plantation Ballroom. The couple will reside on a farm ZVz miles north of St. Joe. Legion Auxiliary Party Ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary met a week ago Monday evening for their valentine party and business meeting. Mrs. G. D. Brundage reported that the unit had earned three hospital beds, one mattress and two neb- ulizers during the recent magazine drive. Mrs. John Foth reported a large amount of shaving equipment had been sent to the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, and Mrs. Stanley Muckey reported the unit had sent presents to treat one ward of 60 children at the hospital in Woodward. The remainder of the evening was spent playing cards and socially. At the close Mrs. Jerry Hardgrove's committee, served refreshments. Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwig of St. Benedict celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 12. A family dinner was served at 5:30 o'clock at which the following were in attendance: Henry Lichter, George Lichter, Messrs, and Mesdames Al, Leo. Walter, and Drs. M. J. and Anthony Lichter and wives of Burt, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle of Clear Lake, and Mrs. Don Berry, of Eldora, and the respective families. The honorees were presented with silver dollars from each adult guest. Tommy Waller, 5 On his fifth birthday, Saturday, Tom Waller was host to Tommy Sawyer, Danny Glaser, Mark Beringer, Charles Mitchell, Bobby Schneider, John Brandt, Dickie and Larry Pratt. The afternoon was spent playing games and eating refreshments in the usual fashion. Fifth Birthday Mrs. Lewis Marshall gave a party Saturday afternoon 6n Htts fifth birthday of he* ""- "'Vicky Jo. Those in" at) we're Ann Haase, Maty : Michael Schumak**r, fitt ler, Roger Btrtt, Viola « ucau , Terry Chamberlain, Rftbecca Heller, the grandmothers Mrs. Ellen Marshall and Mrs. Bert Baldwin Sr., an d the hoWoree's Sister, Nancy, and Beatrice. 30th' Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher observed their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb..IS, and had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Buscher of New Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Cyfll Colon of Gilmore City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuller of Manson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sch'uller arid Mr. and Mrs. John Schuller of Mallard, Mrs. Edward Reece and son, Edward Jr., of Manhattan, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buscher, Mr. and Mrs. John Bwschej^ and Mr. and Mrs. James McEnroe and the respective families. Wed In Washington Clarence Melvin Fish, son of Vincent Paul Fish Of Manly, was united in marriage to Margaret Clara Pightling at the chapel in Washington, D. C., by the navy chaplain. The bride wore a blue satin dress, and groom his navy uniform. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Fish of Wesley. The Wide is now Visiting the grandparents. The groom is now on duty in North Africa. Parly On Birthday Bonnie Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson, was given a party Saturday afternoon by her mother in honor of the fifth anniversary. Guests were Kathy Roth, Inez Knecht, Becky Strayer, Randy and Sandra Harms, Richard Thompson, Barbara and Bill Bartlett, Becky, Janet, Kent, and Phillip Jergenson. Refreshments were served after games had been played. Birthday Honors Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Livingston entertained at dinner a week ago Sunday, a celebration of the birthday of Mrs. Francis Livingston. Other guests were Francis Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. Mick Sanders of Spirit Lake. Canasta Party Mrs. James Merryman entertained the members of her card club Friday evening. This time two tables of canasta were in play in place of the customary bridge. I Tuesady - Wednesday February 21-22 STARRING ETHEl BAflRYMORE • tEEim mi • • nous mi • MUMX an MARIO LANZA j. tun MB*. KB tarn • THUS mi • turn KIMM AND INTRODUCING KATHRYN GRAYSON'S NEW SWEETHEART... Thursday - Friday - Saturday, February 23-24-25 wn Sunday - Monday, February 26-27 Added Cartoon 'Tennis Racquet" Special "The Sound Man" toen MITCHUM LEIGH PMtn Baby Baptized », The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer, born Feb. 8, was tfaptised sSjftaay, fib. 19, at St. Benedict Catholic Church by Rev. 6, H. Ahntann arid ntirnfd Graig Michael. ' Sponsors w ere tn% paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer of Algona. This is the 24th grandchild for the Pfeffers. Dinner guests at the home that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen and sons, Jake Eisohen. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer and sons, Mrs. Lyle Tucker and daughter, Toni, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eischen and son, Steven, all of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muller and sons, Ronny Ray and Jimmy of Wesley. Mrs. Post Hostess Mrs. Hugh Post entertained the members of her birthday club at a 6:30 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening. The birthday of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was observed. The evening was spent at canasta. Mrs. Laird Hostess Mrs. Leon Laird was hostess to the • membnrs of her sewing club Wednesday afternoon. Ludwig Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ludwig of West Bend celebrated their 49th wedding imniversar y Sunday, Feb. 12, with those in attendance, members of the immediate family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Elrrter Ludif aftd Madeen Ludwig ^ of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Higgins of Emmetsburg, Mrs. A. H. Kajewski of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig, and Mr. and Mrs. Verneil Ludwig, and the respective families. Family Dinner Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig entertained at a family dinner Sunday noon at which guests were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Storck of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weir. The same group were supper guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney. The evening was-spent at cards. Merry Mixers Meet • ' Mrs. L. J. Malueg was hostess to the members of the Merry Mixers sewing club Friday afternoon. At Ft. Dodge Wedding Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman attended the wedding Monday, Feb. SO, of Margaret Gadd to Peter Rodenborn J*•• at Corpus Christi church, Ft. Obdge. They were also guests at the reception and breakfast which followed the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Gadd, former Algonians a few years ago. Rebekah Lodge Meeting The Rebekah lodge will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 22. at 7:30 p. m. at the Algona Hotel. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Buscher had as dinner guests last week Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher and Mrs. Edward Reevfe of Manhattan, Kan. Mrs. Sam Haag, Monte, Bobbie and Judy, spent last weekend at Clear Lake with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Ward. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Macumber and sons, David and Tommy spent Sunday at Lone Rock With Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Donnell brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Macumber. Mr. and Mrs. B«*nara Hass 6f Walnut as tteetteM .Wests. They are parents of Mr*. Lefcler. Frftncfe LKflngston t «*W»t«« this mid-week from Boston, Mass. where he had gorfe :on business. During his absence Mrs. Living- stanMd the /WMtttty Nancy and Linda, visite'd at the trarental Joe Kleigel's at C. S* Kuril went to Chicago, ll. Sunday arid wiU spend a few See Page 6, Sec. 3 DEPARTMENT STORE at typical S & L Low Prices! ^ Women's Spring COATS Numerous fabrics and a variety of styles . . . 50 29 Smart in styling! Smart in quality! Smart in price! 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