The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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6-Algona Upper Des Motnet Tuesday, February 28, 1950 Wed At Si. Joe Wesley — On Tuesday morning, Feb. 21, a pretty wedding was solemnized in St. Joseph's Catholic church at St. Joe when Bernadine Hilbert, daughter of Frank Hilbert, became the bride of Rudolph Hildman, son of Mrs. Otillia Hildman of Wesley. Rev, Geo. Theobald performed inony at 8:30. the cere- The bride was beautiful in a white satin gown with long train end ruffled skirt with lace trim. The skirt was gathered on a fitted waist with a net yoke and long sleeves. She wore a lace- trimmed fingertip, impor tad, French illusion veil and wreath and a crown of orange blossoms.' She wore a 5-strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom, and she carried a bouquet of white and rose carnations tied with a white satin ribbon. Mrs. John Hildman of Wesley, a .cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Mary Evelyn Klein of LuVerne, a niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. The best man was John Hildman of Wesley, brother of the groom, and the groomsman was Raymond Gales Jr., of St. Joe., a nephew of the bride. A three-course dinner was served at George's Cafe in Algona to 30 relatives. The table was centered with a three-tier wedding cake, topped by a miniature bride and groom. The cake was baked and beautifully decorated by the bride's sister, Mrs. Raymond Gales Sr., of St. Joe. Supper was served at the home Of the bride's father at St. Joe. The young couple treated their many friends and relatives to a wedding dance in the Legion hall here that evening, after which they left on their honeymoon. Presbyterian Circles The women's circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon, March 2, as follows: A, Mrs. Willard Gregson, assisted by Mrs. Louis Wilden, Mrs. D. L. Schoenfeld, and \ Mrs. Henry Lund, program by Mrs. R. W. Caldwell; B. Mrs. Elmer Langmack, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Lindhorst, Mrs. Everett Anderson, and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie giving the program; C, Mrs. Casey Loss, assisted by Mrs. Joe Durant, Mrs. Fr.ed Geigel, and program by Mrs. Ralph Brown; D, Mrs. William Finn, assisted by Mrs. Loretta Giffir. and Mary Kuhlman. program by Mrs. Le Roy McWhorter; E, Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, assisted by Mrs. R. H. Guderian, and program by Mrs. Edna Mitchell. 79ih Birthday Mrs. Susan Wagner of Mallard was pleasantly surprised on her 79th birthday Sundav when friends and relatives from Algona and surrounding areas visited her. Present were Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Wagner and grandson Joe Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Neuroth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagner, Mrs. Anna Heiderscheidt, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and Gary, all of Algona. Mrs. Wagner was presented with a gift, and dinner was brought by the guests. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Ray Miller. Townsend Club The members of the Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, to hear reports on the Townsend Plan testimony presented to the Senate Finace Committee on Feb. 3 and 4. Plans were made for a potluck supper on March 7. Virginia Lee, 8 Mrs. Robert E. Lee gave a party Sunday afternoon honoring the eighth birthday of her daughter Virginia Guests were Siri Norton, Marijane Williams, Carolyn Kurtz, Pamela Waller, and Cynthia Hardy. Cake and ice cream were served after games had been played. Homemakers Club Meeting The Plum Creek Homemaker's club met Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the home of Mrs. Randall Clark. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. William Paetz and Mrs. Henry Tjaden. Twenty-four members and one visitor were present. Roll call was answered by "My Nicest Valentine." Talks on gardening were given by Mrs. Harry Bode and Mrs. Carl Paetz. Mrs. Paetz then conducted a quiz contest which was won by Mrs. Agnes Seely and Mrs. Harry Bode. Fun time was in charge of Mrs. Calvin Bode. Initiate 12 Members Twelve new members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary were initiated, Thursday evening, at the monthly meeting of the organization. Edith Muth, president, presided. District President Bessie Jacobson of Britt. and District Secretary Doris Brandt, were special guests. Lenore Kinsey and Elaine Pool were co-chairmen in charge of entertainment, and hostesses were Marjorie Duden, Edith Muth, Teresa Willger and Ruth Black. Mrs. Roth Hostess Kathy Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth, was six years old Friday, Feb. 24, and to celebrate the anniversary, entertained friends from four till six o'clock. Guests were Bonnie Anderson, Inez Knecht, Nancy Geilenfeld, Karen Haase, and Barbara Gurwell. Games were played, records were enjoyed, anqt lunch was served at the close of the afterndon Marian, sister of the honoree, assisted Mrs. Roth in the entertainment and serving. Luncheon Shower Mrs. Jerry Allen, Mrs. Harry Greenberg. Mrs. Murray Mowers, and Mrs. Bob Williams gave a shower and dessert luncheon Friday at the Country Club complimenting Mrs. Frank Moulton. The afternoon was spent at bridge, the high and second high score prizes being won by Mrs. Lowell Smith and Mrs. Harley Peters of Charles City. Mrs. Fred Kent Jr., was also a prize winner. Women's Group Meeii Women ol the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, March 2. Mrs. Hans Presthus and Mrs. Oliver Matson will be the hostesses. 59f<! Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H." E. celebrated their 53rd anni Friday and were dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cottori, at Lone Rock. Other guests were the granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peter. Joyce and Richard. Because 'of illness, other members of the family were unable to be present. Installs New Pastor , The Rev. Luther Loesch was at West Bend, Sunday, assisting in the installation of the new. pds- tor at the Peach Lutheran church there. The Rev. Schueller comes from Magnolia to take the West Bend pastorate. The Baptist women will meet Thursday afternoon, March 2. hostesses to be Mrs. Gerald Leek, Mrs. Charles Reaper, Mrs. Don Cook, and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook. Mrs. W. A. White will give the devotions, - and Mrs. Newton Heiter will have the lesson. RIBSTONE Silo or Crib One or Both of These For Your Farm THEY ARE PERMANENT You will like Ribttone superiority, its modern lines, color and glass-like outside finish. Adds dignity to your farm. We apply a lasting finish on our silo. The crib is well ventilated and will not sag or bulge. Write me for prices and information. Luncheon Planned The Catholic Women will serve luncheon Thursday, March 2 from 11:30 till 1 o'clock, with an afternoon of ehtertainment. Hostesses will be Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mrs. Don Hutchison. Church Luncheon The Women's Association of the Con|regational church meets Thursday, March 2, for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Elmer Haas of Forest City, North Central Association director, will be guest speaker and will show a film appropriate for the theme. R.N.A. Meeting The R.N.A. met Thursday evening with Mrs. < Fern Hardgrove. A short business session was followed by a social evening. The next business meeting will be held March 9 at 7:30 at the Algona hotel. The Algona hotel will be host to the district convehtiorr at the meeting to be held in June. Card Club Meets Mrs. John Swartz entertained the members of her card club Wednesday evening. Canasta was played, and Mrs. James Merryman won the high score prize. Price SLASHED For Quick Sale BRAND-NEW Combination Coal and Gas Ranges ....189.95 .189.95 ,...89.08 MOORE RANGE, Was $229.95 NOW _. MAJESTIC RANGE, Was $216.00 NOW ___ NEW COAL RANGE, Was $139.00 NOW SPECIAL! 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