The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 3
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fff a ceremony,-performed Sun* irt the Methodist parsonage „,.-.' by RoV. 0. W. Brand, Viv* * jhtt Bakkeh, daughter of Mr, and iMfS. B/ M, Bakken, Algona. be* came the bride of Fred Kent Jr. ( son bf Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kefit 'Bf, of.Algona. 1*1 The wedding Was performed In fthe presence of a few close I L> MEN'S Waterproof ShocUproof Oiily f'\ Incdbloc Equipped '•* ' T , Sweep Second Hand Luminous Dial Stainless- Steel Back ' 15-Jewel Leather Strap, friefl-ds'and- felatiVes of pie? JShn \Hopftins acted > &&/ best mah.aftd MfS. Aria . Sister of the bride, attended "her. Following the ceremony a reception for 6. few 1 close frierids'was held at the. home of. M,f, ahd Mrs. Ken* COwdn, after "which the heWiyweds' left on a honeymooh The bride is a graduate of Algona high school, and after gl-ad- Uation she took, Up the nursing fa.fbfessi&n. She'served 2Va years iA the army nurse corps, and since j release from service has been nursing at the Hihes Veterans hospital, near Chicago. ' The groom" is also an Algona high school .graduate, and al* tended the State university ,of where he was affiliated with Phi G&mma Delta fraternity. tie served ovef four years in the army, much of the time overseas and since his return has bcfen associated with / the Kent M6tor ~Go, here. f helffid ' Thelrrta, Johnson afia Jack Thill of Dubuque were maffled Saturday at Blue Earth,,* Mltift./ ahd'-we're attended by Mf< aha Mrs, Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Thill left at once on a month's trip'-W Los-Angeles and Sart Francisco, Galif., thoh will be at hdme at Dubuque, where Mr. Thill is d railroad mail .clerk and is well known-, here'by many. Parly— ^ Mrs. Lloyd Wellfindorf. ga.ve a tfarty Saturday afternoon, hortof" ing her daughter Carmen's 13th birthdav,. GUests were Lois "Funk,,-Virginia Fristedt, Shirley Kuehem'cuthefj Alice Kreserisky f JUdy McMahon, Judy Murtagh,' Jahice Ostrum, Jeanette Sorenson, Janice Bartholomew,- Marcia Stillman, Sandra McCorkle,. ahd Marilyn Thaves, Lunch was served following an afternoon of games. Visra Weds' Mr. and Mrs; Frank Vcra v/cnt to Kansas City, Mo., to attend l he wdddihg Saturday, February 7. of their daughter Elvie • to Melvin- Hutchinson- of the ' air corps, They were accompanied •-by LaVonne Wolcott, who with Larry Boes of Rochester, N. Y., attended the couple. The- dougle ring service was colemnized ( by the Rev.- Letzel the 'rites being performed at the Methodist church with the only 'guests present, the bride's parents and Mary Amunson, daughter of'Dr. and'Mrs. A. W. Atnun- sqn, Who is "living at- Kansas City, and attending a school of nr'Hicol technology. The bride wore a street suit of brown, with matching accessories arid a corsa'ge of roses. Miss Wolcott wore- a gray" street s'Uit with matching accessories arid ,a- carnation _corsage. The men were in urtiforni. A, wedding,supper was, served at a local cafe. Mr, and, iMrs. Hutchinson will be at home in Kansas City, for only a shorts time as he will be transferred in the near future the location as yet • undetermined. - The bride was graduated from high. school with" the class.* of 19.44,-.and' .entered -nurses training at the Immanuel hospital, Omaha, Neb., being graduated from there a year ago. i At present she is, at-the Provi- Al Pre-Muplial Shower- Mr. and Mrs. Hans Rresthus, Mrs. Ole Allison, Mrs. Ralph Markla. and Mrs. Oliver Matson drove to Burt, Fridav evening. where the women attended a pre-nUntial shower at the 1 Burt hotel for Lorraine Soderberg of Bancroft. Fifty guests were present. Hostess on Birlbday — • Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld was honoree at a pdrty, Friday evening, celebrating her birthday. Guests were^ Messrs, and '., and Mr. and Mrs* Glair ^ dames W. . H. Samrj, Kenneth Raney. Lowell Goilenfeld ''and , fhildren, Nancy and ' Jane,' DU)wie Logue andvson David. anch'JJar- vey -Gcilenfeld. The evening,' was spent playing cards and, closed with the serving Of a pot-luck lunch. . ,,' , - "V Birthday Surprise — '. Mr. and "Mrs. Gene Thissen of Fort Dodge visited, the latter's Roy Haa£(. last surprise birthday mother, Mrs. week and a party was given for her. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter CHel- chowski. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag, Mr. and; Mrs. Keith-Row- lev, and Mr. and Mrs. . Duane Klein/ 'The evening was spent at "500", at which the high score prizes were won by .Mrs. Haag and Mr. Thissen, and the low r.coro prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs, Chelchowski. Brown's Studio Phoio* The bride pictured here is.ithe former Jane Eisenbacher, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ignatius Eis- 'cnbacher of Wesley. She- was mar,ried - in the Catholic church there ort Jan. 26 to Ben Faurot oi Los Angeles* The couple left Friday, Jan. 30, for Los Angeles, where they will reside. home Of her mother Mrs. Minnie Sarchct, in celebration of Jier recent birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet and Kenneth, Mrs. Kate Annis and Beth, Mrs. Mary Leason and Ma- fit I.,..,—., BfiSgs-Gronbaeh ... = '''The Rev, A,, English; local '•FfeSbyterian pastor- emeritus, fSrfofmed a marriage^ derentony. akthe church FridfiyVafternoonat' 2 • o'clock fbr Dale . Bfiggs, Algona, son of, Mr. ahd Mts, Johni Belggs, here, and SHMey, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs, Wijllam Grohbach of Irvingtom ' l Best man was Thomas, E. Gfohbach, Iryjrtgtprt, • an,d Ha^el Sankey, also jrvington, wa& bridesmaid. W>liher League Parly— Members of ..the Walther League of the Trinity Lutheran church entertained the. members of various other leagues- at a skating party^.rat Emmetsbui-g, Thursday evening,, refreshments .Being served there, by, the hosts. Other leagues,. 1 in • ^attendance Were from Mallard* 'Burt, Lotts Cteek, Fairville, I Fenton, and Errirhctsburg. Irifdnt Baptized— '. The infant son of Mr, and Mrs. A, C. Lichter, born January 25, was, baptised Sunday afternoon at St. Cecelia's church. Godparents, were Jerry Hood,- Esthef- Ville, brother of Mrs. Lichter, and his wife, by proxy, and godmother was Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle, Clear Lake, who was sick 'and could not be here. The baby wasi christened Patrick Stephen Have 83rd Birlhdsys-- •Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Semon went to Whittemore,.Sunday, to attend the 83rd!birthdays of 1 the latter's parents, Mr. and Mts. M. W. Fandel. Other guests from here were Mr. and. Mrs. Arnold del.i Others attending- were Mf. and' Mrs, GgoifgS F'andel arid Will, Mr. and Mrs. t. J. Kelley, Mrs, Petor Pdhdel, all of Whitte- mot'c, Mr f arid'Mrs. Arthur Fandel, of Mason City, Herman Fandel of Mansonj aftd Father Ed- fWard Fand^l r of Sanborn, all daughters and sons ahd their husbands and wives\ and additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Petdf Dahlhauser, Mf. and Mis. P. J, Fuchsen, Mr. ahd Mrs. Con- rdd Alig, Mr. and M?s. Frank .Wollasch, Mr. and Mrs^ Don Fi- y and .Mrs. Rose Schumacher. A ( sister of Mrs. Fandel, Mrff. Elizabeth Eisele, was unable to be- present because of sickness. The evening was spent at cards, prize winhe'rs being Mrs. Herman. Fandel and Mrs Arthur Fandel wihning the high score prizes, and .the low prizes fioin; to Will"Fandel and Don Folcy. Luhch was served at the rloso of the evening. A-.'Pot.Luck't Surprise— . ' Jessie Sarchet was given a pot- liick surprise party at the home of" her ; mother Mrs. Minnie Sarohet, in celebration of her recent birthday. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Roy Sarchet, Mr. and Mrs; Robert Sarchet and Kenneth, Mrs, Kate Annis and Beth, Mrs, Mary Leason and Mabel and- Mr. and Mrs. Ciair Winkle. Tuesday, Feisty 10, 1MB Alfla- and Robert McCullough, Mayrrtc find Emily Alig, Julius Baas, John Grotto, Murl Potter, Merill Bacon, Otto Harlan, Ewald Voight, Carl JaspersOn, Friday tohnnnson of Spenrbr, ( ahd MisS, Katherine Kclley. Games were played - and the evening closed with serving ol refreshments ALL OUT FOR CASUAL A Surprise. Parly— A' surprise party was given foi ,Mr.s\ Henry Geilenfeld, Monday evening, at the John Grotu. home. Hostesses were Mesdame' Kenneth Wichmann, Leonard Lindsley,- Willis Colwell, and Du- an'e" Lpgue, Guests were Mesdames Theodore, Joe, Casper, 'Ray Keene and Forrest Gilmorc of Whitterrtore; W. H. Raney, Lowell Samp, Charles, Walter and Kenneth Geilenfeld, W. G Plum Creek Club— The Plum Creek Woman's club will meet Wednesday afternoon Feb. 11- at Mrs. Wm. Ferguson's. fTostessos aro Mrs. Hoss Calhoun, Mrs. Hollis-EenKchoter and Mrs. Calvin Bode. « Union Tv/p. Womsri— The Union township Woman's club meets Thursday'- afternoon with Mrs. Torn -Hold • and Mrs. Mary Slfcinman as assistant hostess. Must Sat Ducks By February 17 « H Hunters Who have hold ducks and geese in cold sloiage undo! permit must utili^f tha stored Same by February 17. Although ., VVfoW-sJ other forms of gahle jrW ft-. under permit until JunatS|W{f: eral regulations, gdVerfflpif.*,^ storage, of? ducksvrand geesfjllOT|L „-, their atoragino 90 days' tfgfiifflW ftlrtfi of the duck &uoh,tf$3Hf< ^ . , _ l . Y .i lt , ,4If .foifir* C'S.S.tojgj. , jjf LAMPRIGHl will sell the furniture' of Mrs,- Maiy Itnrsch at' 409 S^Thor* ingion, St. ; «'.s. 10 A.M. Upholstered sofa bedi cHai|Si* •rocking-chairs, libmy lablef !_„„ -_- —__1 — M.I.J. n «i^Mtif*A«n i 3A^ }JL1Z±<^I W t* *t\^AW ***»• * UyS*,. •* ««^r» f sane stoves, enamel* 1 lop klioh- en table, small lop- cabiijel/ washing machine, some difSneSi 2 medicine cab'inets, and otHir articles too numerous\l6 meK«' lion.,' • •' ~t'\ ' > FOR MOTHER COTTON CUES FROM CUPID CLASSICS in Valentine RED Values up to $3.95 Card Parly Hosls — Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum at dinner, Friday evening, '%., -/•" ' A -^ in honor of her husband's, birth- The evening was Fine quality 80x30 washable percales. Fresh, gay spring print dressas . . . prelty and practical . . .youthfully styled. At this lew price you'll want to buy them by twos and, threes for house '.and 'garden, /'market KEin:, 'and will remain therS> un- ,til her husband is transferred. Gerbers . Af e Hosls Mr. and Mrs. LJoyd Gerber entertained at' a party last" week Saturday evening. Guests'-. were, A Bikthday Parly — , Mrs,- Russell Kelley entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her son Qary's Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kennedy Mr., and Mrs, Kenneth , Percival,' Guests were Mrs. W, E. McGrew and ; Susie, Mrs. Harold Wesley and Mr. and Mrs., Harvey Reid. The evening was spent', socially Davida SnUth and lunch was.' served and/ Randy, Mrs, and f Sharon, and Mrs.,E. J. Kel- m Sf •*- ... .hpnoree.i ' Ice cream and cake Birthday,.- Surprise— f , t, ^ r ,< > '* t~ ,r^ r r' tf } to f work-, f. tarstWdorr. . were- served at the\ close of&»the afternoon. , , . -;p ^ of "dress,up". In the lai- esl «'o)or;rage shade of Val- iine.- -red. The quality workmanship of these shoes, makes it worth much morei; 'Available in brown also. '• -t.r'.•:•',' ; " Hankies—Bouquet print o- crisp ,/> L. -j/// 7,' ," white'hand embroidered hankies in a folder make thoughtful ' Valenline remembrances. *> VALENTINE FOLDERS— lOc Each .... are ^ -meats more. tender In Monarch's "DeeprHeet" Cooker?- COLLINGWOOD BLOUSES Sparkling; and new in ' .while or spring shades to accent her suit.. Gay ( , blouses .with latest fa- shion.delails lo make i them'style''righl. ' .. , . . [is cooking faster? \ ., 4 .f J T'S LEAP YEAR . , . is food- baked, not stewed? WRISLEY'S SCENTED SOAPS 'G6ld: Tassel' . . , is Monarch's "DeeprHeet" so dif- . I 1 ' ferent you can even. ! "--^ ANKtES or o ree or ,•• 4 n^ip for' aA Va^wtine gitt. A. % M pi pre8««UWtjpjleMM ( any T? f Di worn. 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