The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 20
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&\ i* > t»i ( ' Wilfred Ldabs Of Fenton Honored, Farewell Party ' — 'The neighbors gave a farewell party on Sunday evening, February 22, for Mr* and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, and lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of Armstrong were Sunday giiests at the home of Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and MY. and Mrs. L. J. Reid, the latter couple of Algona, returned home from Minneapolis on Thursday evening. Mr. Stoeber attended the Hall Hardware convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rilske were Sunday evening dinner guests at the George Huisman home in Spencer. The Dorcas Sewing Circle met on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. .Ed Schlci. Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Harold Schlei were guests. Mrs. Ed Weisbrod- went to Omaha on Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cornelius and make the acquaintance of her new granddaughter. The Martha Circle met on Thursday. Feb. 26, at the home of Mrs, Wilfred Stoeber, with Mrs. Earl Lufkin, co-hostess. There were 1 18 members present. Roll call was "Special Topics." Devotions were led by Mrs. Clarence Underwood and Mrs. Alfred Meyers gave the lesson. Guests were Mesdames Lester Weisbrod, Raymond Stoeber, Oliver Stoeber and daughter Susan. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod, co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and son spent last weekend visiting in the Rev. F. C. Prtiel home at Jolley. Mrs. Newel and son went down on Friday evening and Mr. Newel on Saturday evening. Mrs. Richard McCarty and son of Hartley, were overnight guests on Tuesday evening at the Lyle Newel home. Mrs. McCarty and son are visiting a few days with relatives in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Theesfield were Sunday afternoon guests at the Clarence Theesfield home in Fairmont. They were evening guests at the Robert DeWar home. Mr. and Mrs. Marold Christiansen of Minneapolis visited from last Wednesday evening until Sunday at the R. C. Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Goetsch accompanied them to Hot Springs. Ark., where they will Visit a few clays before going on to Arizona, where theyjslan to stay for some time. Mr. Christiansen has had pneumonia* recently and is going to a warmer climate for his health. Mrs. Tony Lohse has been called to Swea City to care f6r her daughter, who is ill. JVtiss Agnes Goetsch is with Mrs. Robert Vottteler during Mrs. Lohse's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Theesfield attended the Pittsburg paint meeting held at Fort Dodge Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and son Albert of SWea City vis" ited Tuesday afternoon at the Wilfred Stoeber home. Mr, and.; Mrs. Sam Warner were Sunddy dinner guests at the Winfred. Sigsbee home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleck-' wenn were Sunday guests in the Martin Ohm home. Mr. and Mrs. F; C. Fauerby of Ames Visited at the home of Mrs. Einer FaUerby 'over the weekend. A baby shower was given in honor of Patricia Ann Ruhnke on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 24, at the home of Mrs. Glen Whitish at Estherville. Those present were Mesdames ,, Eryin Ruhnke and daughter Patricia Ann, Mel T vin Berkland, Keith Nelson, Geo. DeWall, William': H.'Dewall, Elmer Peterson', •'-$/; D. Eshouse, Reka Rauhausef,' Amos Egland, William R. .Dewftll and Miss Nettie Ra'uhauser. ; Unable to attend were Mesdames Clarence Egland, Chris Egland, Paul Welnitz, and Evelyn Egland. .'• The -hostess, Mrs. Whitish, is a cousin of Mrs. ErVin Ruhnke. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyken and sons of Waterloo visited 1 Saturday and Sunday with friends in Fenton. Last Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Dean home were Mr. and Mrs. Newton Heiter of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Dean and son Richard -of Ottosen. The 500 club met at the home of Mrs. Martin Ohm on Thursday evening. Mrs. Herbert Krause vyas assisting hostess. Mrs. Virginia Eigler won high score and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz, low. Eighth Birthday Swea City — Lee Ora Peters celebrated.- her eighth birthday Feb. 25. Two of her teachers, Miss Knutsen and Miss Erdahl, were her guests at supper. A lovely birthday cake .^was served. At school Lee Ora furnished treats for her class. .•!-'.. is the time to and The H&msey Reformed church of ftltonka was the Setting of We , Rtims&y ' the inside of your THE MODERN MIRACLE WALL FINISH Dries in One Hour . , . It's Washable One Coat Covers Most Surfaces One Gallon Does an Average Room $3.49 GALLON / in Paste Form Makes 1 H Gallons of Paint V "Ready to Apply See Us For Paints of All Kinds « Norton MATER1AIS . ,-,- PAINTS .' , , - FUELS "Thf wedding of Miss Greta „._, daughter Of Mr. aftd"Mrs. Jbhti E. Sleper of Titonka a'fld Mfg. Walter Aukes, son of Mr, and Mrs. E.' B. Aukes of Woden, Friday. Feb. 20, at 7 o'clock p. m. The double ring ceremony was performed by Dr. Calvin Schnucker of the Dubuqite Seminary, Dublique, Iowa. Nuptial muste was provided b^ Mrs. John Smidt at the organ, Preceding the ceremony Mildred Sleper, sister of the bride, sang "Because". accompanied by Thelma Penning of Forest pity at the piano, after which the ushers laid the white carpet. As. the first strains of "Lohengrin" sounded, Dr. Schnucker followed, by the groom and best man, Wallace Dunn of Ellendale, Minn., took their places at the altar, The bride entered the church on the arm of her father. She was attire.d in a gown of white queen satin, styled with long pointed sleeves, drop shoulders and net yoke. The long train fell from the bustled back. Her. finger-tip veil was held in place by a crown .of seed pearls. She wore a double-strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom, and .carried a bouquet of white roses and white jSweet peas showered With -white hyacinths. . • • • Miss Mertie, Hinders, friend of- the bride, served as maidiof honor. She carried a bouquet of yellow daffodils and white carnations. The. bridesmaid, Miss Clara Auges, sister of the groom, and the junior bridesmaid, Beverly Stecker, niece of the bride, both carried bouquets. The flower girl, Beth Balvance, niece of the bride, wore a long white dress and carried a basket of assorted flowers. Ring- bearer was Bruce Steckei-j nephew of the bride. He wore a dark coat and white trousers and carried both rings in a white cala lily. During the ceremony su the". 4-MclUb . Sloths HBme the soloist sang, Years'* and "The Lofofs Mendelsohn's Night's Dream" wag IJsedV •recessional, tfshers wWe* 1 ,, Sleper and Bon Aukes,, brothers of the bride and groOrti. ' ' The bride's mother- , wdfe, a medium blue wool crep"e fiftd'-the groom's mother were'" bfeck c^epe. Their corsages .were, of light pink carnations' aftt) gardenias. The groom'and hlg''at- tendant wore grey sp'ats with the carnation boutonnieres. A reception Was held in the church parlors and a two-ctku<se luncheon was served >to 426 guests. , The bridal table was' decorated in yellow and white and was centered with a JbUr- tier wedding cake, 'baked by Miss Florence Rynolds. Mfs. Laurence Balvance, sister of the bride, served the wedding cake, Waitresses were Mrs. Albert Sleper, Mrs. James Rippetttrop, Grace Ubben, Amy Fisher, 'Maxine and Raniona Aukes. ' Those assisting with the lunch were Mrs. Fred Asche "Sfirs. Dick Bccnken, Mrs. Enko Smidl, Mrs. Ray Rlppentrop, Mrs.'G.'A. Youngi and Mrs. Dick Mayland. Ray Rippentrop' and Dick Beenken also assisted.! s H,; t* '• 'The bride is a, graduate'of Jthe Titonka high sdho'ol'" imd 'has clerked in the Titonka drug store* far the past five years. The groom,' since his'school days, has been farming with his father. Following 'a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Aukes will make their home on his lather's farm. call by n«mifif their- 1948 filub pr'oje'ct/ , "• • .« " . fcians we're- made ''fo'r "'the ,44! basketball 'gpme to be -pltfyed at Grant SatufdayreveflinJ. ; , , Everett Kltioko • gave J- talk ori damage caused by rats,! after" which JbrfeaftVes, club agfent, fed a .lively,-,discussion dn fat's and Jhow very raj5idly they multiply,' Lone Rock Club 'Lone ftodk' -+ The Ldne Moek 4-H Calf tdlub met Thursday, e'vening, February 26, with 24 members 1 present, -Fritz New- brotigh gave a talk on "#ow to Use a Jack Knife."-Dale Young' wirthvof Ajgona gave a talk on Keeping Your Record Book Up to Date. , ^A P. M, -Christenson ^of. Lone Rock gave a talk on "How t'o Pick a Calf and Take Care of It," The club "decided to have a skat* irtg party the 16th or 18th 'of March at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Lloyd HUtchinsoh and Mrs. Clinton Decker served lunch. The next.meeting will be held March 26. Lofts Creek 4-H 'The Letts'Creek 4-H club'met Monday, February 16, 1948, at the home of Ronny Pettit • at 8 o'clock. . Forrest Ives gave a "talk on "Weed Control". After lunch was served games were played. Come in, or Phone 306 » ' . * for i Guaranteed Radio Repairing and ' .: .' I Refrigerator ,A^, ALGONA REFRIGERATION 20« West State . . i (FornuU 1 Alg'oiin Electric • Bldg.) "' Teacher Honored ,Swek City, — Eighth graders honored their teacher, Miss Adelaide Haugen,, Feb. 25, on her birthday by staging a party from 2:30 to 4 p. m.,The evening before the yoUng folks had decorated the room with green streamers and had embellished "Happy Birthday Miss 'HaUgen" in colored <ehalk on the bulletin board. Two lovely cakes were baked,by Mrs. John Kylen and Mrs. (Harold Kranz and ice cream was served. Mrs, Gregor -Deim was a guest. •' lifted in t^ '' in ' , * ALPAtFA, TIMOTHY ^ ~T SWEET CLOVERS and HUBAM. Let Us Have Your Order Now * c • • r > ., i '' ' ' ' 'l -i\' ^ C ' ' '' v *.",«'M E P'-* 1 ' ' ' "•• i.'-.'' V .'.'.V.-T SARGENT J . ' ,•' • \f • Sargent & Co.,y;Algona, la. F E E PRESERVE This Memorable Occasion PICTURE YOUR MEMORIES With a First Communion Portrait Plan today to record this memorable occasion 'with a por- '• iraU php^ograph of y^wr i?hU*^9 spJsiidW Ph9i99»»Ph for'- family an4 friends fo enjpy npw-rn-tp cherish wjJh the years. There's only one Firsl Holy Communion Pay in any lifetime , , .record it for ymwsell injj IP* ypwr children NOW! Call for a sitting TODAY * . . Jest you be regretful when, this great cjlay is past and Ibis inspired opportunity over. W9 «?in errang? «« tppojpJnjent ip guii you and your , ^ Special Qommunion Photographs,— $8.00 Poz, THE CHK STUDIO Clilc IM.one 1045 Dick Post Sells 'Em! We Teach 'Em! Will finish this ad next week! Mother^^just called -up-.and said to fly ^. down to Hot'Springs'and drive her horhel I iold her just.as well—nothing ,ti to do here. The weather is fairly warm ,and o.ur fuel oil -customers are filled. Nothing much, even, for Charles and Henry to do but sell, 1;000, gallon tanks and drink white wine tliatil paid for. WiH fee back next w§§k tp d§ljy§r «M

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