The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1950
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Golden Anniversary P nifti eSday ' J !> b - 28.'mwked the golden wedding anniversary for Mr and Mrs. Bert Marlow of Hurt, and an appropriate celebration was held. Anna Koepka and Bert Marlow were married Feb. 28, 1900, by ?h eV W R ^ T -.£ l J ipperfiek1 ' P astor « the Methpdist church. They spent their entire married life on the same farm south of Burt. A dinner was held on the anniversary at George's Cafe, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Marlow have three children, Mrs. Mildred Retz of Manchester, Harvey of Burt, and Mildred of Lone Rock, as well as four grandchildren. _ Relatives here for the occasion included all the children and their families, Mr. Marlow's brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow and Dell Marlow, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel and Mrs. Ed Marlow of Burt' Mrs. Charles Hawks of Spirit Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marlow of Redfield, S. D. Birthday Honors Larry Bunkofske was seven years old Friday, March 3, and was given a party by his mother,. Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske. Those in attendance were Ted Ditsworth, John Gilbert, Diane Stebritz, Viann and Doris Jean Rousseau, Shirley and Viola Mueller, Barbara, Ronny, and Richard Pittman, David and Batty Schneider, and the honoree's sister and brother Ruth and David. ,The maternal grandmother Mrs. Ira Bonnette was also a guest. Lunch was served after games had been played. Mrs. Miller Hostess Mrs. Mary Miller entertained a few friends Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 14, an informal courtesv for Mrs. Charles Potter who, with her husband, moved back to the farm Wednesday, having spent the winter in the Mrs. Hilda Gronwall apartment. Mrs. Gronwall is expected in a short time from Sweden where she has been visiting relatives the past few months. Bel Canto Guest Day The Bel Canto Music Club will have guest day program Wednesday, March 8, at the library at 2:30 in the afternoon. Mrs. Paul Hintz of Des Moines will be guest pianist. Mrs. Wade Sullivan will Kiven an auria from "Madam Butterfly" with Mrs. Craig Vinson reading the scene preceding it. Club members are inviting guests. Carol Erickson Ten Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson, celebrated her tenth birthday Wednesday, Mar. 1, though the accurate date is Feb. 29, having been a leap year baby. Guests were Jean and Joan Becker, Diane Stebritz, Alice Fandel, Mary Jean Mertz, Diane Stewart, Jean Beardsley, Judy Picket*, Annette Gillingham, Dorothy Beisch, and Patty Harig. Games were played and light refreshments were served. The honoree's sisters Leone and Karen assisted in the entertainment. Sue Hutchinson Birthday Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson gave a party Saturday afternoon honoring the ninth birthday anniversary of her daughter Sue. Guests were Faye Loss, Janice Biddle, Judy Rovn, Kay Friesner, Mary Frank, and Patty Hedlund, Marianna Steele, Carol Sue Sorensen, and Janet Gurwell were unable to be present. Games were played and were followed by a lunch of cake and ice cream. Housewarming Party Mrs. Emma Dehnert was given a housewarming Wednesday evening by members of the Rebekah staff. She was presented with a gift. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Dehnert, with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, has an apartment over the cafe recently taken over by Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Eighth Birthday Pamela Waller was hostess, Saturday, on her eighth birthday at a party at her home, with Cindy Hardy, Penny Kurtz, Loretta Hall, Joyce Huenhold, Virginia Lee, Penny Boevers and Sharon Schneider as guests. Games and a luncheon, complete with a birthday cake, furnished the afternoon's entertainment. Wed 35 Years Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary, Thursday, Feb. 23, and had as dinner guests their sons- in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lindhorst and children, Judith Rae, Barbara Lynn, and Arlen. 32nd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred St. John, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Minard went to Ft. Dodge, Friday to attend the dinner that evening given for Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard in celebration of their 32nd wedding anniversary. Twehty-five guests were in attendance, the immediate family and a few close friends. Skating Party Ann Mikes, daughter of Mrs. Helen Mikes, was ten years old recently, and to celebrate the anniversary, was hostess to a few friends at a skating party, which was followed by a six o clock dinner. Guests were Karla Knecht, Bonnie Froehlich, and Patricia O'Brien. Episcopal Party The Young Peoples group of the Episcopal church met at Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore's, Sunday evening. A program had been, arranged and light refreshments were served. Trinity Church Program Women of the Trinity Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon, March 2. Mrs. Clair Blossom, Mrs. Loren Brown, and Mrs. Randall Clark were the hostesses. Mrs. Robert Bell, Mrs. Max Best, and Mrs. Minnie Blinkman were in charge of the program. Guild Has Meeting The Presbyterian Guild met on Monday evening, Feb. 27. The program, "Japan Begins Again," was presented by Mrs. Alfred Schenck, Mrs. B. G. Holcomb, and Mrs. Helen Trauger. Devotions were given by Marian Conklin. At Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rodd and sons Lonny, Ronny, and Tommy went to Eldora, Sunday, Feb. 26, to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. Rodd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rodd, for whom open house was held. Welfare Club Meets The Welfare club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Alma Nelson. The new officers took their places at this meeting, president, Mrs. Myra Ostrum; secretary, Mrs. Alma Nelson, and treasurer, Mrs. G. A. Sharp. Mrs. Daily Hostess Mrs. Tom Dailey entertained ;he "E.T.W." card club members Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Sankey won the high score prize. Exemplars Meet The Exemplar chapter met on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. Mrs. Gordon Schmidt gave the lesson. Bridge Club Party Mrs. Thos. Sawyer was hostess to her card club Wednesday evening. High and lo\V score prizes were received by Mrs. Lloyd Pratt and Mrs. Harold Brtndt. Mrs. Brandt, Mrs. Neil Monaco, and Mrs. R. F. Marcy were guests. At Birthday Parly Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, Dorothy and Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Seiler, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Relnolds, spent Sunday at Mason City with Mrs. Margaret Kinsella, whose birthday was being observed. The honoree is the mother of Mrs. Reynolds. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Allen Buchanan entertained her bridge club members Thursday evening, Feb. 23. High and second high score prizes were won by Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Richard Norton. Wednesday Club The "Wednesday" club was entertained last week by Mrs. Jess Fandel. Prizes were won by Mrs. "Dusty" Campbell and Mrs. Harold Knecht. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fandell were also hosts to several guests at dinner Sunday. Thimble Club Hostess Mrs. Howard Platt was hostess to the members of her Thimble club last Friday afternoon. Degree Of Honor The D. of H. met yesterday. March 6, for the regular business session, at 7:30 at the library. W.C.T.U. Meeting The W.C.T.U. met with Mrs. Neal Smith, Wednesday afternoon. Rebekah Lodge Meeting The Rebekah Lodge women .will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Algona Hotel. Surprise Farewell Surprise farewell party was given by relatives and friends for Mr. and* Mrs. Carl PetA- March 28. The evening was spent with music and playing "500". Winners were Albert Wieshaar, high, and Paul Miller of Butt, low. The group presented the Peters with an electric lamp. Lunch, which was brought by the visitors, was served to 28. The family moved Marth 2 to their new farm home near Humboldt. Mrs. Goeders Hostess Mrs. Agatha Goeders was hostess to her card club members Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Clark Godden and Mrs. Leo Thilges received trie low score prize. LOCALS Rev. O. W. Brand was on a business trip to Sioux Falls, S. D., last week. The congregations of nine Methodist churches will hold a sub-district meeting at the Methodist church here March 13. Dr. J. E. Ingelhardt, professor of a missionary college in Japan, will be the main speaker Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kallestad have returned from a two-week honeymoon trip to Chicago, 111., where they were guests of the former's brothers-in-law and sisters. The trip was somewhat marred by bad weather and both having a four-day siege of flu. They are now at home on a farm near Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg returned Saturday, from a pleasant trip to the Pacific Coast, made by car. They followed two different southern routes, going and coming, and on their leisurely trip met a number of former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau also returned recently from a vacation trip south. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will's son \vns baptized John Fredrick in the Methodist church Sunday, Feb. 26. Joan Scott, who fell on the ice last January and broke her ankle, is now able to bear a little weight on it and will have the cast removed in a few more weeks. Friends of Mrs. Raymon Henry will be glad to know she is well on the road to recovery following major surgery a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry are former Algonians and IVir. Henry was employed at the John Deere store. He is still an employee of the company and the family is located at Stoughton, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Rising had as guests last week Sunday the latter'? twin brother Bernard, of Albert Lea, Minn. 'Larry, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steinman, is confined to bed with pneumonia. He was taken sick Saturday. Richard Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker, recently spent a few days at Cedar Falls and attended a concert by the college symphony orchestra in which his brother, Bill, plays cornet. Ho also visited another brother, Dennis, and his wife, who live at Cedar Falls. Bill had a weekend engagement with an orchestra playing at the Lanmar ballroom at Ft. Dodge. Tuesday, March 7, 1950 YOU'LL LOVE its heavenly comfort (and its price) THE EXERCISER in white $9.95 TWf produtt hm no conntcltm wliotevir with The America* Motitnal Ii{ Cnu Other styles $8.95 to $10.95 IT'S AN OLD EASTER TRADITION... 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