The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 2
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2-Alfidna (la.) P»* Mdintt Tuetday, 19S6 Lorraine Braun, Algona, Is Bride of Wesleyan Nov. 18 Wesley ' —' Lorraine' Joyce Braun, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Braun of Algona became the bride of A./3C Richard Robinson, son of Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of DCS Moines, formerly ot Wesley. Sunday, N6v. 18. Rev F. A. Webb performed the double ring ceremony in the local Methodist church at 4 p.m. Marilyn Kearney and Sharon Gregory of Algona were bridesmaids. Darrell Robinson and Gordon Braun were the groom's attendants. The bride's gown was of imported silk Chantilly fashioned with a sweetheart neckline outlined in er^edeSCeiU sequins and seed pfcavls; 'bridal pointed sleeves iind schHopecTJunie over bouffant nylon tulle and net. Her illusion veil was held in place by a tiara trimmed in sequins and pearls. The bride carried a white Bible a gift of the groom and a shower bouquet of red rose buds with streamers. Soloist Mrs Sharon Lenze of Dallas Center 'sang '"Because" "I Love You Truly',', and "The Lord's Prayer,"' accompanied by Mrs John Paulson, who also played the wedding marches. The reception for 125 guests was held in church parlors. Judy Adams of Algona was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Margaret Reed was in charge of the wedding cake assisted by Mrs Ernest Kearney. Jane Reed and Mary Lou Hol- mer.s poured, Lynette Rutledge, Carol 'Shore and Alvina-Harms were waitresses. Lucinda Mogler and Joyce Rode were in .charge of gifts. The bride's table was centered by a 3 tiered cake, topped by a miniature bride' iind 'groom, and made by Mrs Dennis Carlson. The table was decorated in sinilax arid white candles entwined with yellow rosebuds and sot in crystal candle holders. Merle biddings of Wesley and Keith Jacobes of Cashtbn, Wis. •.v-TO ushers. The bride's grandmother, Mrs Myrtle Brayton of Algona and tne groom's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ih'nry Braun of Algona attended tin- wedding. The bride graduated from the Algona High school in 1055 and is employed in the N. W. Bell Telephone office in Algona. The bridegroom graduated from the Wesley high school in 195G and is now'in the-air force since June and expects to be sent to Alaska at the "close,'-'of his 30-day furlough .'.,.,- „ _ Thanksgiving Guests . Thanksgiving Day dinner guests, at the parontnl, Henry .Haverly home were Mr and Mrs Ed Cink of Woden, Mr and • Mrs -Dennis Haverly an<l Mr 'and Mrs Kenneth Haverly and their .respective families and Mr and Mrs Hugh Haverly. Jeanne ,Huv«rly, daughter of Mr a,nd Mr. Dennis Haverly and Dorothy Havurly, daughter of Mr aiid Mrs Kenneth • Haverly spent the rest of the week with Grandma and Grundpa- Haverly. Pro-Nuptial Shower Mis' Jack •yitztlmm, Mrs Luke Youngwirth and Mrs George VitzUium attended a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower at Bancroft Monday evening, Nov. 19 for the former's sister, Jeanne Welp, daughter of Mi- and Mr? R. .]. Welp of Bancroft. She will become the bride of Don Jiixson of Des Moines Saturday, Dec. 1. Mis? Welp will be married Saturday, Dtcember-l to Don Hixson of DCS Moines. Hospital News Cynthia Ryburn, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Ryburn was F. surgiciil patient at the Bfitt hospital several weeks ago. Elof Pearson had surgery at the Hritt hospital last week. James Ilaverly had surgery there last week. . John Hildman entered Mercy hospital at Mason City last Week Tor medical care. Glenn Smith was released from the Britt hospital Monday, Nov. 19. He had taken treatment for stomach ulcers. Halted By Blizzard Don Grant, a student at the Iowa State Teachers College Cedar Falls, came home by bur Wednesday and spent the Thanksgiving- weekend ;at his parental Frank Grant home. Mr and Mrs Grant and Mr and Mrs Will Hammond started for Cedar Falls Wednesday morning but at Garner they turned around and came home due to the blizzard conditions and slippery roads. 3 New Arrivals A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs "Pat" Rasmussen at thr Britt hospital Friday. Nov. 1C. He has been named Paul Allen. Mother :.md baby were brought home Wednesday. They now have a family of four sons and one daughter. A "oa'/y girl was born to Mr and Mis Alvin Becker Thursday. Nov. 15, :..t the Britt hospital. She has boon mimod Joan Mariu and she- has an eleven months old brother Edward James. The now baby weighed in ;it G pounds and 10 ounces. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Jpu Kricps Saturdav morning, ,Nov. 17, at Mercy hospital, Mason City. She has been nivtnod Jo'.-elyn Marie. Mrs Kricps and infant were brought home Thursday, Nov. 22. Mrs Helen Young- wirfh, Mrs Luke Youngwirth and three children and Leo Youngwirth were Thanksgiving Da\ guests at the Krieps home. Basketball.Results The,boys basketball team was defeated " by the Crystal Lake players, 54-30 in a game played at Crystal Luke Tuesday evening, u The Wesley girls d o w n e d Crystal Luke, 49-28. H#y field bet- 1 ?: «»', 4 •J3J11 Streed home in Britt. ' ' Theron and Ted Hansen and Gordon and Merle Giddings were Thanksgivihg Day dinner guests of Rev, and Mrs F. A. Webb. Mr and 'Mrs Glen Gabrielson and Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard attended the State Farm Bureau convention in Des Moines Nov. 26. 27 and 28. Enroute to Des Moines they visited Mrs Esther Skow at Boone. Mr and Mrs Joe Meurer accompanied by Mrs Tracy Ward of Titonka spent the November 18 weekend at the Don Vogel homo at Lohrville. Members of the Needlework Club spent Thursday, Nov. 15 in Mason City. They were Mrs Luke Youngwirth, Mrs Edward Johnson, Mrs Cletus Sluder, Mrs Martin Hamilton, Lucille and Anna Mae Hirner. Mr and Mrs Jesse Sprout of Wabkon, Minn, spent several days recently* in the Ihno Gerdes home. They were enroute to California to spend the winter. Collelte and Lawrence Kock- Icr of Bancroft visited Mr and Mrs Matrin Hamilton and baby Sunday, Nov. Ifl. Mr and Mrs Reese Martin and family were Suhday, Nov. 18 guests in the Cyril Kellner home r>ear St. Joe. Sharlene Martin was sponsor at baptism for the Kellner infant. Mrs J. M, Run?, entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon, November 17. . , Joan Ricke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Ricke was 10 years old Sunday, November 18. On Saturday she entertained a group of girls at a party. The Mary Circle of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 28 with Mrs Dennis Carlsons. Mr and Mrs George Wellik of Britt spent Wednesday evening, November 14 in "the Will Hrubes home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hrubes and sons of Forest City visited the Will Hrubes family Friday evening, Nov. 16. Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan and Mr and Mrs George Hrubes and Gregory of Britt were Sunday afternoon, Nov. IB guests in Will Hrubes home. Mr lUid Mrs Chuck Studer had as their Thanksgiving Day guests Mr and Mrs Leonard Klocku and family of Algona and Mrs George NaUman of Bancroft. Ted Hansen and his Iowa State College roommate Red Willey ot Mt. Ayr spent the November 18 weekend with the former's father, Theron Hansen. Members of both junior and senior Methodist youth groups met with the Prairie Center youth groups Sunday evening, November 18 in the Lyal Fox home near Brill. Mr and Mrs Ha Ivor Flom had as their Thanksgiving Day guests, Mr and' Mi's Mark Sluder and family. • Mr and Mrs Ralph Tjaden attrf'.. Lois Bcntele attended 'Ihe 44li, club leaders banquet at Burt ,tt* certtly. Mis Tjaden, and Mfitt. Bentele are leaders of the Wesleff. Wizards. ,'. ;-,' Janice Paulson of Forest City;' Carrie Engen and Sandra Flom of Des Moines spent the November 18 weekend with their parents. They attended the Brauh-Rooth- son wedding on Sunday, Novehir ber 18. Ben Eden and Eugene Schuller were drawn for petit jury duty for the present term of court and reported Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson and Sons of Bfift were Wednesday overnight and thanksjglviftg Pay fuests at the Gayll StUder hdfhe, Mr ahd Mrs Everett AekefSoh Sandy and Susie had as theit ThanksgivinoiDay, guests Mr atia Mrs Maryin Ackerson and Douglas, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson and their house guests, 'Mr and Mrs Ed rterr and Mr and Mrs Tom Long and family of Lone Rock. • ' Mr arid Mrs Carl Johnson Were Sunday, Nov. 11th guests ,ol their dattghteff Mrs Will LaU- foenthal ^d> farWily in Algona. girl, .Carte Jo, whcr w«* Wfetitfetf W'day-fn St. lifc'l (JathbMc chufeh by FathfcttF, 'ft'tJftrenv Mffiihd Mrs MfWS Mubenthal of Port Dodge were sponsors, the infant's paternal grandparents, Mr and Mfs- Joe Laubenthal of Cylinder were also guests at the home of their son. Mr and Mrs Duane Studer and two children and Mr artd Mrs Everett Ackefstm and tw& children were Tuesday eVenin'g dift- net guests ptthe pick h'6me Biaf-'BriR.' ' •'•'•• * : *•! VMf ay Mh J. Ucktelg entef- tlfhed pf^AI'Loebigd, L, .Youhf* Wirths, E.'AcKili'Sons, L, Gihfei *nd Bill Lotbigs-it a 600 card party Stthdo'rn*tfWSing, Nov. 18. Bill Loebigs Will entertain the frbup Sunday evening, Dec. 2. Mts L?te' bif-will -entertain--her bi*Wgfe 'cltib Saturday afterttoonrtStecV 1. -^ Thanksgiving DaV evening dln^ ner guests at the Ed Downsjhotne were Mrs Down's j>arents t Mr and Mrs- All Studef b! Macdft, Mb.; Mr ahd Mrs G«raid Studer and .baby* of Mason City; Mr aftd.Mrt QedtgS Kiich ana family 6fKahj awha;'-Mt and MM Leo YeUng ahd Iarnll> df Oarne/j Mf and Mri Effteit Qefdei ah% family b! mm m Mri Viola Stiidei. [ &t and' Mrs Alf Studer of Macon.'Mo. s^ent several day! la»t,Weeit at;- the, home of theif datigHier, Mrs Ed Ddwhs and family.,- A -fatally dinner part^ was held at the Downs-home Thanksgiving evening. The Stu- ders left Friday to visit relatives at Britt, Garner and Mason City, till Sunday. play here Decc'ni- Mrs Raney Hostess The Tuesday Club mot at Ihu Dr. H. H. Raney home Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 20, with Jean Carlson as assistant hostess. Roll call was answered by naming preference in frozen and canned food. The lesson 1 on freezing food was given by Irene' Muehe and Francis Wob'r. The surprise number was presented by Pauline Pfeifer, Kate Seller and Beatrice Hildman. A Christinas party will bi> helt 1 in the Dr. L. L. Pfeffi.-r home Tuesday afternoon, NOV. 11. Prairie Pals 4-H . The Prairie Pals 4-H girls me 1 Saturday, Nov. 17, • with . Delores and Darlene Studer. Roll cul) svas answered by 10 members'. Plans were made for a gift exchange and to send a box to ;. children's hume for Christinas. Darlene and , Pe|orus tfave a demonstratipn on "S^eatevs On Parade." Gloria Wise . gave, a talk on "Planning a Wardrobe." Julia Nygaard talked on "E^^V To Makp Gifts." Merlu Anr Hariu gave u talk on "Are You a GoocJ Hoatess?" Mary ' |xiu Grandgonctt an i Eiletn McCarthy h^d charge •>( jnusic. Prairie Ncighburs met Tuesday afternoon, Novt-jnber 13 with Nell Fa-iinm). Mrs Le,j Hanig was assistant hostess. Tine 1 (.';>•' son on Freezing Foods was given by Mrs Lou Ljckteig .;nd Mis Leonard Studer.' Mr and Mrs H'-nium Wis,; and Mr and Mrs August Studer at- U'tHied the 4-H Club loaders banquet sponsored by the F^inn Bureau it Burt recently. Mrs W: ••<• is k'&der ot the rt'airie P 'Is am Mrs StuUtT is a 4-11 club com- Mr and Mrs John Hauptman accompanied by Mr and Mrs Alfred Errirr.an and Willie were Sunday, Nov. 18 guests in the Mrs Martha Olbrecht home in ilock- well City. 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