The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1956 · Page 3
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, November 13, 1954 Algeria (la.) Upper D§t Champion-Harms Nuptials Betly Harms, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms of Titonka, and William Champion, son of Mr and Mrs William Champion Sr. of Algona, who were married Oct. 26 at the Ramsey Reformed Church near Titonka, are pictured above, in a Nels Isaacson photo. The wedding story Was carried in the Upper Des Moines last week. The bride and groom will make their home in California. Theaiar Birthday Party David, son of Mr and Mrs John Hanselman, was host to friend.' at a theatre party Saturday afternoon in honor of his tenth birthday. Guests were Larry Helmers, Gregory Arrowood, Dwight Frideres, Dicky Balluff, Gary Natylpr, Jerry Pilcher, Kent ImmerfaJl, Jimmy Ditlevson, Sigwell Wood, Robert and Gary Parrish and Robert Snyder. Refreshments were served at the host's home following the show. Jeff Gilmore, f Mrs Ed Gilmore gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the seventh birthday of her son Jeff. Guests were Bob Bcs- tenlehner, Jim Bradford, Rickie Fabrizio, Bill Dau, John Frederick, Gary Horton, Kevin Lynch, Larry and Craig Taylor, Larry Wiehtendahl, Tim Will and Mark Prieskorn. The lads attended a matinee and refreshments were served at home following the show. Armstrong • Rose Nuptials Chester Armstrong of Algona and Lola Rose of Ogden were married Saturday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. in St. Samuel Lutheran Church at Eagle Grove. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Rose of Ogden. The bridegroom is the son of Luke Armstrong of Clarion. Rev. Borgue Molstre officiated. The bride was attended by Viola Armstrong of Eagle Grove, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid. The groom's attendant was Robert Armstrong, brother of the bridegroom. The bride wore an aqua blue suit and black accessories with a corsage of roses. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner and reception •were held at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Armstrong. Attending the wedding were the immediate relatives, friends and Jack Purcell of Algona. The bride attended the Iowa School for the Deaf at Council Bluffs and has been working at Des Moines. The bridegroom graduated from Iowa School for the Deaf at Council Bluffs in 1944 and is employed by the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. The young couple is living in an apartment here. Girl Scout. Leaders Met A joint meeting of the executive community board of the Girl Scouts and leaders of clubs met Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the Congregational church. Group leaders invested were Mrs Joe Lichter, Mrs Wendell Feaster, Mrs W. M. Anderson, Mrs Maynard Miller, Mrs Hal Snyder, Mrs Gordon Sigsbee, Mrs Charles Hardgrove, Mrs Wesley Bartlett, Mrs Walter Boeckholt, Mrs Harold Jorgenson, Mrs Ed Holecek and Mrs Russell Rentz. Three women were given five- year award pins. They were Mrs Frank Moulton, Mrs William Steele and Opal Kern. Plans have been made for the annual yuletide party to be held Dec. 1 at the Algona Country Club, providing there is snow. Otherwise, the party will be postponed to a later date. Dean Parrott and Leo Cassel gave a report on the progress of the structure committee for the area council project. Following the meeting a lunch was served. Shelley Smith Baptized Baptismal rites were held Sunday at the Congregational church for Shelley Lee, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lowell Smith, the Rev. Gerald Hallauer officiating. Mr and Mrs Nat Bangs were godparents. The maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry Bell came Friday from Chicago to attend the rites and Mrs Sidney Coburn, of Parkersburg was also in attendance. She was house guest of Mr and Mrs Claude Slagle. A dinner was held at Mr and Mrs Smith's following the ceremony and those mentioned previously were in attendance and included Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith. Circles To Meet Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15 as follows: Sept., with Mrs John Thompson; Oct., with Josephine Dittmer; Nov., with Mrs Melvin Olson; Dec., with Mrs J. T. Roberts at her home, west College street; Jan., with Mrs Clifford Teeter; Feb., with Mrs W. O. Ringgenberg; March, with Mrs Andrew H. Johnson, April, with Mrs B. A. Thorpe; May, with Mrs Anton Didriksen. The meeting at Mrs Didriksen's is at 1:15 and a dessert lunch will be served. The rest of the meetings are at 2 p.m. Circle At Hovey's The Martha Circle of the First Lutheran church meets Thursday afternoon, November 15, with Mrs L. E. Hovey. The Sarah circle will meet at the church and hostesses will be Mrs W. S. Baker and Mrs Ernie Georg. Birthday Celebrated Mrs R. A. Davidson gave a surprise party Saturday evening for her husband in honor of his birthday anniversary. Guests were neighbors, Mr and Mrs William Finn, Mr and Mrs Ted Larson, Mr and Mrs Raymond Reid, Mr and Mrs Ross Strickler, Mr and Mrs John Thompson, Mr and Mrs L. E. Walker, the Rev. and Mrs Harry Whyte, Mrs Elva Coon, Mrs Bessie Walker, Arthur Locke and Mary Schwabauer. The evening was spent socially and refreshments were served. Third Grade Pot Luck Pupils of Mrs Ruth Whalen, 3rd grade teacher at Bryant school, and the parents held a pot-luck supper at the school last Monday evening. The children gave a part of the program, poems and songs in the hallovveen category and the parents gave a part. Mrs Walter Boeckholt played the part of the country school teacher and her pupils were Clifford Teeter, Wayne Hansen, Richard Groen. Leroy Nelson, June Nelson, Lois Groen, Elaine Teeter and Peggy Abbas. Barbara Harris is 3 Barbara, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Harris was three years old November 2 and had as guests at a party three little friends, Ann Renee Lighter, Jan Schulz and Steven Ludwig. Games were played and refreshments served. Congregational Circles The Congregational Circles of the Women's Fellowship will meet with the following hostesses Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15. Naomi circle at 1:15 with Ella Thompson. Ruth circle at 1:15 with Mrs Neil McCall. Rebecca circle at 1:15 with Mrs Hortense Ferguson. Martha circle at 8 p.m. with Mrs John Deirn. Mary circle at 8 p.m. with Mrs Orlan Ott. Bridge Club Meets Mrs Bob LaBarre entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday evening. High, second high and low score prizes were won by Mrs Allen Buchanan Mrs Leighton Misbach and Mrs Dick Norton. Mrs Thomas Kruse was a guest. Mrs Kruse is here visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs C. B. Murtagh. Baptist Women Meet Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15. Mrs William Geering and Mrs Earl Miller will be hostesses. November birthdays which will be observed are Mrs Robert Black, Mrs Don Sparks and Mrs Lehman of Sexton. Mrs Clifford Reibhoff will give the devotions. P.W.O. Nov. 15 The Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15. The Upper Room devotions will be in chargt of Mrs Firman Laing. Devotion. 1 will be given by Mrs Laura Hoi- comb. Mrs William Finn will give the lesson "A Pattern foi Peace through the United Nations." Mrs Geilenfeld's Birthday Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld observed a birthday anniversary Friday and had as guests at dinner her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernell Brunsvold and children and Mr and Mrs Sherman Russell of Perry. H.N.A. Card Parly The R.N.A. lodge is holding a card party Wednesday .evening, November 14 at the Moose hall. Bridge, 500 and canasta will be played and lunch will be served. The public is invited. The Vatican City is the smallest independent state in the world. 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