The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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Mary Jean Johnson, Don Arndorfer, Bancroft, Wed Sunday, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nemmers, and on Monday, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goche. Des Moines Trip Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fangman left Thursday for a few days' visit in Des Moines. Attend Anniversary Mrs. Gertrude Thola of Belleview came for the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recker and will remain for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Goche, and brothers, P. M. and N. B. and J. W. Schiltz. Fisher*Murray Nuptials Bancroft — The marriage of Miss Mary Jean Johnson and Mr. Donald Arndorfer took place Feb. 20 at 9:30 in St. John's Catholic church, with Rev. H. V. Hunt performing the ceremony. Miss .Johnson is the daughter of Mrs. Dora Johnson, Lakota. Mr. Arndorfer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Arthur Menke, sister of the groom, and Arlene Arndorfer, cousin of the groom. Joseph Johnson, brother of the bride, and Roman Pelleymounter, cousins of CHICKS EAT MORE TO GROW FASTER! SWEETENED STARTER Chlckt LJk» **• Sweet Taif* And like most folki, they tat more when the food tastes rood. Sweet cane molasses flavor keeps 'em eating and drinking. Special Sargent formula gives them APF, fish and whey solubles, proteins and vitamins. The "makings'.' for fast-starting, vigorous chicks. Get a trial bag on money-back guarantee, today. SARGENT & CO. Algona Or Your Sargent Feed Dealer the groom, were best men. Joan and Danny Menke, niece and nephew, were flower girl and ring bearer. The bride wore a long white satin gown. Her fingertip veil was trimmed with lace and crown sheer net with rosettes of pearls. The brides- maidswore gowns of orchid and aqua marquisette with matching headdress. A wedding dinner was served at Geprge's Cafe at noon, and a reception at that bridegroom's home followed that evening. The newlyweds entertained at a dance at the Legion Hall the same evening. After a six week honeymoon they will be at home on the farm of the groom s parents north of town where he has been farming with his father. The bride and groom are pictured here. (Photo by Brown's Studio). Neighbors Farewell A farewell party was held Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Alfred • Menke, who will ijoove March .1 to' ih* -Mutray farm. M*. -and Mrs. Menke have lived alt their married life on !h« farm west of town. The neighbors brought the lunch. Cards i were played and high for the ladies went to Mrs. R. J. Doyle and low to Marelda Schilli: high fdr the men want to Paul Weber, low to Ed Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. JMenke received a lovely gift. Moving March 1 Movers in this territory are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menke to Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schiltz to Brownsdale, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schiltz, Wa- :erloo, will move on that farm. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ford to town the Joe Fords on their farm; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bines to Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher to Algona; Rlthard Meschers, Lakota, on that farm; Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Fangman to Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Laubenthal to where Fangmans formerly lived. Joseph Numans and Homer Wolf families to Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Doocy, who came here from Illinois, will move to the Eich farm west of town; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Braddock and son to Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kunkel to Clarion: Mr and Mrs. Dale Reed to Spirit Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Davidson to Faribault, Minn. Three Mew Sons Three sons were born to three Bancroft couples in three straight days. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Diers had a son; on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wilhelmi took their infant daughter to Park hospital, Mason City, Tuesday for' a checkup. • Mr.' and Mrs. Edward Ford bought a four foom house north of Lakota and moved it on a lot south of the Art Long residence. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Lattimer and Marelda Schiltz spent Tuesday in Des Moines. Miss Schiltz, Spokane, Wash., who is visiting her parents, the A. W. Schiltzes, visited her sister Kathleen while in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Greg Studer, St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs. Studer fell last Thursday, breaking her -hip. She is Mr. Dorr's grandmother. Mrs. Wm. Peterson spent Wednesday with Mrs. David Friets of Lakota. Rev. Martin Eldelman visited with Rev. and Mrs. deBber several days last week. He came here from Ashtabula, Ohio, and after a visit with friends at Estherville, will go to the Ivory Coast, Africa. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Cutler and their company, Mrs. Blanche Larson and Joan, Mountain Lake, Ark., spent Sunday at the Howard and .Ed Cutler homes at Lake Crystal, Minn. Mrs. Cecil Blanchard and Jimmy of Waterloo came for several days' visit at the Albert and Arthur Cutler homes. Mrs. Elizabeth Lampe entertained several ladies at a quilting Wednesday afternoon. Tuesday evening a large crowd from the Baptist church gathered at 'the Albert Johnson home where a farewell party was held for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed. Lunch was • served, brought by the guests, and games were played. Mr. and Mrs. Reed were presented with a gift from their friends. The Reed family will move to Spirit Lake. George Lee Out Of Hospital, Home Four Corners — George Lee, who underwent an operation at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Feb. 14, was brought home last Thursday. He is improving rapidly. Mrs. Harve Johnson, Algona, mother of Mrs. ,Lee, was still in the hospital, Friday, where she was taken Feb. 19, after a fall in her home. She suffered a badly bruised face and a broken wrist. She has been recovering satisfactorily. Leaves The Navy Walter, son of,, Mr.^ Pred Plumb, received discharge from the navy, after serving a three-year enlistment. He returned home last week. Starting For Home Word received from Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Mr. and Urs. Wallace Simpson, who have pent the past month in Cali- ornia visiting relatives, said they planned to start for home last Tuesday. They are driving the Simpson auto. Plumb Buys Farm Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb recently bought the Bud Nelson PROGRAM OF ONE ACT PLAYS A. H. S. Auditorium Presented by students in Algona H. S. Friday Evening, March 3rd —8:00 P. M. Admission-Adults 42 plu* 8-50e Students 29 plus 6-35c Reserved seats at H. S. Ticket Office Thursday-Friday, March 2-3 Bancorft—St. John's Catholic church was the scene of a pretty double ring ceremony, Monday morning, when Ardelle Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fisher, Lone Rock, became the bride of Donald Murray, son of Mrs. Bess Murray. Rev. Father J. H. Schultes 6 -eformed the ceremony. Bridesmaids were the bride's cousin, Elaine eidenwith, Swea City, and Mrs. Leon Larson .'Jo Ann McCliesh was flower girl. Tommy Cullen, Algona, nephew of the groom was.ring bearer. The groom's attendants was his brothers, John and Jimmy Murray. Ushers were Allen Dudding and Wm. Kennedy. A wedding dinner was held at Mrs. Furgerson's home in Algona at noon and a reception at the home of the bride's parents was held that evening and the same evening a wedding d,ance was held for their friends at the Legion Ballroom. After a honeymoon in the east the newlyweds will be at home in Bancroft. (Photo by Brown's Studio). farm, near the Good Hope church, and plan to move to their new home March 1. The Plumbs have been renting the Wm. Drayton farm in the Four Corners vicinity the last three years. Entertains At Cards Mrs. W. Ray Smith entertained at cards and lunch a week ago Sunday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carrol, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Al Eischeidt and Merlin, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lowman and Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, Thomas ai Hose. Ann, and Gary Lamutti, * 31 Th> -Edward RMhs careaJU their /.-anddaughter, Linda Halt, last week Tuesday while her parS- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Platt, went to Des Moines to the Veterans hospital. Leo has been having trouble with a breaking out on the back of his neck. The Father-Son banquet, held at the Good Hope community room last Friday night, was well attended by Four Corners folks. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stephens came back last week, after five months spent with relatives in Florida and Ohio. They have an apartment at the Irving Urch farm and were moving some furniture last Friday which they had stored at the Keith Stephens home. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT1 Ardelle Fischer, Lone Rock, Weds Donald Murray Lone Rock — The St. John's Catholic church of Bancroft was the scene of an impressive double ring ceremony when Ardelle, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tischer of Lone Rock, became the sride of Donald Murray, son of Mrs. Bess Murray of Bancroft, at 8-.00 Monday morning, Feb. 20, with Rev. Father Joseph Schultes officiating. Preceding the ceremony Sister Ladonna played the wedding march. Miss Helen Elsbecker, a friend of the couple, sang, "Ave Maria." The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of candlelight satin with a pointed waist onto which a full skirt was gathered. The back fell into a free circular train. Its stand-up collar was of Viennese lace and tiny self covered buttons extended from the neckline to the waist. A three- quarter length veil of finest il lusion was held in place by a tiara of orange blossoms in leaf design. She carried a white prayer book to which was affixed white gardenias and white streamers of satin. The bride was attended by a maid of honor, Miss Elaine Heidenwith, Swea City, cousin of the bride, and a bridesmaid, Mrs. Leon Larson, who both wore identical aqua crepe frocks. They wore aqua flower trimmed crowns and carried nurid colonial bouquets of white gladioli and roses and aqua hyacinths. The groom wore a blue-grey suit with a white carnation boutonaire as did his attendants, John and James Murray, brothers of the groom. Ushers were Allan Dudding and Wm. Kennedy of Bancroft. The mothers of the bride and groom each wore blue crepe dresses with corsages of white gardenias. Following the ceremony a three-course dinner was served at Mrs. Wm. Ferguson home at Algona with the immediate family attending. A reception was held at the bride's home at 2:30 for all the relatives and friends. The table center attraction was a three- tiered wedding cake, surrounded by flowers. The cane carried on the color theme of aqua and white and was topped with a Tuesday, February 28, 1950 Algona Upper Des Mo!nes-3 miniature bride and the evening the couple groom. In did honors still further in a wedding dance held at the Legion hall in Bancroft. The bride's going away nut- fit was a navy blue suit with pink accessories. The couple left on an extended eastern trip after which they will make their hi me in Bancroft. GRANDPARENTS Terry Argotsinger of Deloit, in Crawford county, may grow up to be a bit spoiled. He has 10 grandparents and all of them live in or near Deloit. Darwin, Dwighl, and Lowell Parsons of Cedar Falls spent Feb. 4th with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parson*. Dwight and Lowell were leaving this week for San Antonio, Texas, as they have joined the army air force. Other visitors at the Parsons home were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parsons of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Parsons of Irvington, and the Chas. 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