The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 2
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2—Algona Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 14, 1950 Clarence Moore Of Titonka Is Groom, Mar. 5 Titonka — Miss Marcella Zweifel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zweifel of Dolliver, and Clair Moore, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore of Titonka, were married on Sunday afternoon. March 5, in the Gruver Presbyterian church. The Rev. Carl Sinning of Lake Park officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a full length gown of white taffeta with fitted bodice and full skirt. She wore elbow length gloves and fingertip veil. She carried a white Bible with orchid and flower streamers. Lois Zweifel, wearing an orchid taffeta gown, attended her sister. Rollo Moore was best man, and Ryan Moore and Jerald Heifner were ushers. The reception for 40 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents. The dinner, served at 6 o'clock, also honored the bride's parents who also observed their 20th wedding anniversary on Sunday. After a short trip, the couple will live on a farm northeast of Dolliver. Mrs. Moore .graduated from Dolliver high school in 1949 and Mr. Moore attended high school in Titonka, graduating with the class of 1947. $394 For Relief The Christian Rural Overseas relief program has been completed in Buffalo township.' The chairman, C. F. Callies, reports funds collected for CROP totaled $394 for the township. Missionary Me«Hng The Women's Missionary Society of Good Hope Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, March 16, in the church. Donations of all types of bedding will be brought to the church to be packed and sent to the Lutheran World Relief at Easton, Pa., to be shipped to destitute peoples overseas. Plan Family Supper The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Denton. Mrs. Howard Sparks conducted the devotions and Mrs. C. H. Downs was leader of 'the lesson, which was "Japan Begins Again." Mrs. R. L. Krantz, local activities chairman of the society, announced plans would be made for a potluck family night supper to be held on March 29. Shower Honors Two bridal showers were held last week in honor of Miss Lois Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham. Anna and Ida Alke were hostesses at the first shower, held at the Mrs. Anna Alke home on Tuesday evening. The second shower was held on Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride's aunts, Misses Ruth and Lottie Graham, west of Titonka. Miss Graham will become the bride of Joe Boeckelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Boeckelman, in a 7:30 candlelight ceremony on Wednesday evening, March 15, at the Methodist church in Titonka. Hatchery Expands The Hamilton Hatcheries of Titonka and Bancroft have purchased the Wesley Hatchery from Wm. Ryan at Wesley. Their son, Martin Hamilton, who is majoring in poultry husbandry 'at Iowa State college, Ames, will be in charge of the new hatchery. He expects to complete his course there within a few days. Woman's Club M«eht The Titonka Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. H. I. Torgersen on Thursday evening. Roll call was answered by giving a modern miracle. Mrs. Donald James had the lesson on "We Look at Industry." She reviewed the book, "The Great Pierpont WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE | Grand Opening Saturday, March 18th Guaranteed DAVIS TIRES 6.00x16 For Only $10.45 Plus Tax The famous Davis Wear-well Husky Tread gives you dependable mileage at lowest cost. Davis Butyl Tube 6.00x16. Reg. 2.45 Plus Tax Savel)pTo40# On Fully Guaranteed Wizard Batteries Wizard 80 Guoran- teed 1 2 Months Exch. Wizard Deluxe Guaran. 24 Mo. Wizard Super Power Guaranteed 30 Mo. AH Prices Exchange Wearwell MOTOR Oft SPARK FLVC Tofj 1 20" STIEl WAGON A Good, Long Lasting, Carbon - free Texas Oil, 2 got. can Plus Tax 6Sc Val. 39c in sets Only Ciuiir;i n t e e a 10,000 miles. $1.39 Shiny i u d speedster sn OF SCREWDRIVERS Reg. 59c 34c WRENCH SET Reg. SSclOC FOJ yud c^i bon steel, tempered. 5'I(j"-V. B.g Value' TRUCTONf TABLE RADIO Mahogany Plastic case. V.sor MIRRCt 39c $3.41 $10.95 Western Auto ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated HARRY W. IRELAND 101 W. Stale St. Morgan," by Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Budlong are parents of a baby daughter born Saturday, March 4. at the Algona hospital. There will be a Homemakers meeting on March 15 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Henry Orthel. The lesson will be on "Personal Grooming." A potluck lunch will be served at the close of the meeting. The Titonka Lions club met at Ann & Ida's Cafe for luncheon and a later meeting at the Legion hall on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Heiko Boeckelman, are the parents of a baby boy, born March 3, at the St. Ann hospital, Algona. He has been named Ronald Heiko and is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thacker were in Des Moines several days last week on business and to see several of the girls state tournament basketball games. Miss LaVonne Graham, who is employed in the offices of an insurance firm in Spencer, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff entertained their Dinner Bridge club Friday evening. Prizes wer? won by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and ier sons, Paul and Homer Tie- nan, who have been farming iear Woden, have moved to a farm southwest of Titonka, which hey purchased some time ago. Before they moved, they were given a farewell party by a group of friends and neighbors who •ame to their home with well- illed lunch baskets to spend the evening with them. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained the Tuesday bridge club on Monday afternoon for herself and Mary Oesterreicher. Prizes were won by Mrs. Metcalf, Mrs. Wni Boyken, Mrs. Earl Stott, Mrs. Frank Fisher, and Mrs. Miller Nelson. Mrs. Earl Stott was a guest of the club. The Cub Scouts met at the home of Mrs. Everett Rippentrop on Friday afternoon. There are 11 Cub Scouis and their den chief, David Honken. Mrs. Edward Sathoff is the den mother. Allan Mardorf, son of Rev. and Mrs. A. Mardorf, is again confined to his home, suffering from virus pneumonia. He hasn't been able to attend school regularly for the past five weeks due to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brandt are the parents of a baby boy, bom last week at the Park hospital, Mason City. They now have a family of three girls and one boy. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson and Mrs. W. J. Denton attended the funeral services of Mrs. Donald Hagen, which were held at Morris, Minn., on Friday. Mr. Hagen was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winter and a niece of Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Denton. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher entertained the "500" club at her home, Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. George Peterson, Mrs. Wm. Peterson, Mrs. Lowell Best- ley, Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, and Mrs. Roy Walrpd. Prizes were won by Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, Mrs. Lowell Bentley, and Mrs. George Peterson. The Girls' Friendship club of the W.S.C.S. met in the Methodist church on Wednesday after school. Mrs. Wilbur Schram in leader of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shaw of Minneapolis visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. They were on their way home from a five weeks' vacation trip in Mexico. Mrs. Shaw is the former Ethel Reisbamen. Keith Young, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Young, has gone to EH Monte, CaL, where he is employed with his uncle, Ted Worse- ly, in the plumbing business. The Titonka Federated club met Tuesday evening, March 14, at the home of Mrs. Miller Nelson. Verna Alke gave the lesson on "Children's Programs." Mrs. Charles Peterson presented a short topic on "Floor Coverings." The Titonka Bandmothers met Monday evening, March 13, at the home of Mrs. Lynn Kuchen- reuther. with Mrs. Eno Falkert* as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller, Titonka, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krantz of Swea City, were in Minneapolis several days last week to attend the ice ca- pades and to visit former Titonka friends. The Millers visited Mr. and- Mrs. Paul Koppes at Hastings, Minn. Mrs. Koppes is the former Betty Dreesman. The Krantzes visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brodt. Mrs. Brodt was formerly Betty Kokesh, who lived with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pendergast, in Titonka several years ago. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts and baby son. Mrs. Roberts is the former Patricia Ball. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz spent several days in Waterloo the last of the week visiting with the father of Mr. Krantz, Mr. L. E. Krantz. Mrs. Harry Seed returned home Friday after spending the past, three weeks visiting her mother and sisters in Las Vegas, Nev. The Titonka Chamber of Commerce met in the Colliseum, Monday evening. March 13. There was a program of educational movies, and a lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Rev. and Mrs. Donald James were in Britt, Tuesday, to attend funeral services of Mrs. Eva Benzler held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church. Mrs. Benzler, who was an aunt of Rev. James, had been a Sunday school teacher for the past 50 years in the Britt Methodist Sunday school. Keith Stott and Keith Bruns, students at Upper Iowa university, Fayette, are spending several days vacation between quarters With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and Mrs. Guy Bruns. Annual VFW Election i Annual election of officers for post 2541, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be held Thursday evening at the new club, followed by a Dutch Lunch. The meeting opens at 8 p. m. IF ft"* KKWS WE WANT ITI Amazing Introductory Price! 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