The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 2
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Tuesday, March §9, 1948 .. « . * • Guesffi at Hutfiliins—• Mr. nnd Mi's. Don Hutch ins "had as dinner guests last \voek Sunday the letter's father and brother, Fred and Lewis, Ropor respectively of ''LohrVille,, afld her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ,and Mrs., Hubert Roper of Farnhamville...'..''" Other ^li'eats f»r the afternooh and eVenmg Were Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, parents of Don, his' brother artd sister-in-law Mrs, Eugene Hutchins, David, Robbie and Richard, his grandmother, Mrs. Ida Minklcr, and Louis.Guderian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Guderian, who were to have also*been guests, but' to whom another son was born that day. Ice cream and cake was served and the occasion was in celebration of the March birthdays of D'pri, H. D., and David Hutchins, Louis Roper and Don Guderian. > \ Has Fourth Birthday— i Mrs. H. B. Hicks entertained | last week Tuesday afternoon for , her son David, who was celebrat- i ing his folirth birthday. Guests were Charles Casey, Judy Car£ ney and Diane Malueg. Mrs. Ir, vin Malueg assisted with the en> lertainment and serving. Mrs. Sankey Hostess— Mrs. Clara Sankey entertained the "Laf-a-Lot" card club Wednesday 'afternoon. Mrs. on O. E. Hott won the high score prize and the low score prize wont to Mrs. Meda Rcdtield. Card Club Meets— Mrs. Sawyer was the members of he/ card Wednesday evening. High second high score prized hostess to club and won by Mrs. Frank Moiilton and Mrs. Craig Vinson respectively. Tues. - Wed., March 23-24 Al Pearce Comedy Hit "The A/lain Street Kid" Co-Hit ALAN LADD o.s.s. Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Marjcfi ; 2$-26-27 BUILT for BATTLJE! ...Ready to fight at the drop of a hat... or the draw of a gun! Pellsek-Anfinfion Wedding- Martha Lou Pelisek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pelisek of Tama, la., became the bride of Ernest Anfinson of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Anfin- 5oh. in a single ring ceremony performed Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock b.V Dr. Emil Benzon, in the First Lutheran church, here. One hundred and fifty relatives and friends witnessed the beautiful and impressive ceremony. tl )iiiS([ Gerry Pelisek, sistei' of the bride, attended her, and Arthur Wiese was the groom's attendant. <tf As Mrs. Vernon Jensen played Lohengrin's Wedding March, the bride met the groom before the flower banked altar. She wore a white slipper satin dress with sweetheart neckline, long prinl- od sleeves and fingertip veil with a seed pearl tiara. Just prior to" the ceremony, Mr. Muber sang "Because", and after •he ceremony he presented "The Lord's Prayer" as a concluding vocal number. ^ The church was decorated with palms and Easter lilies. The bride carried a bouquet oj white calla lilies, and the brides- naid, who was attired in a white :affeta gown with green sequin :rim tulle, and a tulle tiara in lalo shape, carried a bouquet oJ yellow roses.. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the .church parlors. The bride is well known here, where she was affiliated with Beta Sigma Phi, business girl's sorority. The groom is an electrician. After a wedding trip of a week or so to Fort Worth, Tex., the. young couple will be at home in Algona, where 'the groom is employed at the Pratt Electric Co. Margaret Hardgrove and* Marjorie Bartholomew assisted at the reception table. Relatives from a distance attending the wedding were Mrs. J. F. Pelisek of Tama, the bride's mother, Madaline Todd, Tama, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dee, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Schultz and family, of Malcom, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wray Jr., Omaha, and Mr. '/-r M«. Mrs. L. R. Potter .entertained . Jew friends last .Week Friday, Ai- tej-noon, quests being" Mrs. D. P Smith, Mrs. B. A, Thorpe, Mrs 4 . W. Q. McCullough, Mrs, Myrle Griggs, Mrs. O. W. Brand* and Mrs. C. R. Schoby. The afternoon was spent in sewing,, Ka?en Welkins Mas Pasty— In celebration of her daughtei Karen's eighth birthday lasi week Wednesday, Mrs. H. N Watk,ins gave a party with the following as guests: Bonnie Lou i" «j*>;W''&?-i*m& Elliott, Judy Pickett, Mariana Steele, Virginia Dale, , Elaine Montgomery, Marilyn Brown Marilyn Richardson, and George Watkins, brother of Karen. Games ware played, with Patricia Brand assisting in the direction. The afternoon closed with the serving of lunch. Family Dinner Held— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wesley entertained at a family djnner Sunday in celebration of Wtheir son John Charles' fourth birthday, guests being the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Vei'n Barker. and Mrs. Albert Newton. Martinson of Mrs. L. W. Keith and Mrs; W. A. Foster entertained informally Friday afternoon for Mrs. Glen Roland, former Algonian, now living at Ottawa, Kans., and who is house guest of Mr. and,Mrs. A: L. Brown. Guests were former neighbors of Mrs. Roland. Shower for Bride- Mrs. Arthur Weise gave a miscellaneous shower, Friday evening, in honor of Martha Lou Pelisek, who'was married Sunday afternoon at the First Lutheran church to Ernest- Anfinson. Guests were Mesdames Lloyd Pratt, Milton Dahl, Dick Jensen, Dale Jensen, Beecher Lane, Raymond Cook, Louis Hanson, Clara Pratt, Merle Pratt, Edward Os- tium, Alice Johnson, Elmer Anfinson, Russell Waller, Harlan Sigsbee, J. S. Thomas, the Misses Atha Hardgrove, Elizabeth Skilling, Mabel Weise, Lorraine Anfinson, Geraldine Pelisek of Tama, sister of the honoree, and Sandra Hudson, daughter of Mrs. Weise. Lunch was served at the close'of theievening, sandwiches, Angel Food cake, chocolate cake, ice cream and coffee being the refreshments. Rowleys Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowley entertained at cards Thursday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hagg, Mr. and Mrs: Diiane Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thissen, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Courtney, Mrs. Duane- Logue, and Mrs.Uoan Scott. High\score prizes were won by Mrs. Scott and Mr. Hagg and the low score prizes went to Mrs. Courtney and Mr. Klein. e the •A surgical j hospital Mlo Mrs. Frank Moulton and two little daughters spent from Thursday till Sunday at Mitchell, S, D., with her parents-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton Sr. . ' A fareVclt the Congregational day afternoon, at 4 Mrs.-Sylvia duflft, ing s'oori to take a posltiatt a ggnist ,in a church at ftfrotie.. A program 6f imlsieai frum'fee'f£ 'ytafc given as follows: Vocal 'solbs by JDon^ Hutchins, aecbmpahied by Mrs. C. C. 'Shicrk; jilriior cttoir, accompanied by Mrs. E^ttgene Murtagh; and violin numbers ,by Mrs. Agnes Vohs,'West'Bend, accompanied by Mrs. Gunn. ' In the receiving lino were Mes- dartieS John Clyde, E., J\ Murtagh, D. D. Pnxs*n, also Beth Annis. Table arrarigbments \were under the supervision, of- Mrs. Leighton Misbach, dining room hostesses were Mesdames Earl Sprague, Ted Larson, Ruth Kin- tlgh, and Leola Zeigler, with Mi's. W. K. Ferguson and Mrs. W. P. French pouring Presentation of a gift to Mrs. Ounn was ' made by Adele Herbst. . . • • ' Birthday Observed—<• Mrs. S. D. Wilson was gitfen a pot-luck surprise party Saturday afternoon in celebration -of her birthday. Those attending were Mesdames Vcrnell Hardgro.vfc, George St. John, C. B. Murtagh, C. A. M-jrrifiLld, Glen Strayer, R. S. Blossom, arid Mrs. V. K. Rising. ' . .,-' .- i Attend Wedding Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Pryor, accompanied by the latter's mother Mrs. James WAlke^ spent the weekend at, Alden, where they attended the 53rd wedding anniversary celebration Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, parents of Mrs. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll and Dennis, of Corwith, were others in L attendance from this vicinity.'Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, 'another daughter and son-in-law of the honorees, were unable to'attend. Wed 39 Years— V v Mr. and Mrs., Chris Jensen South Minnesota St., were" surprised on their 39th wedding anniversary, Sunday, by relatives and a few close friends. Attending were Mr. and Mrs John'^Blain and daughters -Dorothy and Virginia of Mason City Mr. and Mrs..M. Torkleson and daughter Caron Kay of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Stordahl of Madelia, Minn., nieces of VTrs. Jensen; Mr, and Mrs. Bern- lart Schrauth of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth • of Algona and children, Mr. and Mrs Eldon Shaw and daughter. : Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth 'and Mrs. Eldon Shaw entertained, at a dessert luncheon, entertainment being games and'music. The Naomi Circle vmet with Mrs. B. H. Potter Friday afternoon. '- :> . , is convales'cint fiifcely.' Crawford o! Iftdianbla" panied Mrs: Wilklns? tb for a few ways Visit with relatives and returfted With her Sa{' Urday. VemBuysTmct For Lot Resale ' , Purchase of a considerable Sfea of real estate was completed a few days ago by Frank Vera. The purchase includes an area of 132' feet on Hall St., and front* age of 06 V6 ft, on North Thoriiig- toh. .There "are two full lots facing 'Hall St. ajid Vera, said these were to be leveled, and 22 trees' cut down, so that they may become suitable building sites, with at least three lots available. Purchase was made from a sister-in-law of Wm. Giossi of Algona. The lots ardl just north of the Theo. Chrischilles home on Thorlngton and run back west to Hall St. At a meeting called io discuss merger with the Evangelical and Reformed church, members of the Emmetsburg Congregational Christian-^church voted unaai- mously in favor. "i~ \."~'.f t ' ?>~*™t inreejia ys/.wiui Vtne'iWv ui'JBduf"', i* eight. \veekiT winter 1 VtSftfibrf " ' ' ' ' speftt Jrioistiy, with their*• thrst ff «,-„. ,. .-.--- **,**., *»«».- -«-«,• i-.»«««, u children- in California, Ko\vaTd is' h§t6 rtf..«B« fltSSdhlrM^fofif- IM^Si^^94^^^/JS^^ sleh '(Mrs/ 0y«i ffi6sb»«P8 «6t 16 be had b6^Mr,.*Ai? *^tiWffl^*j£$Z&&i ,'-; ,*•. «*fln«,.\*r» , >. *-- "i f.* >••> ^.^^yf^ t^^fe'l'/^^^^Ajr.^^l^i^^a* .A<b^«T.«^^^lJ^^*J^^ ' ^i^ttrffrMltf riM'lttlrt^'"''*"'' 1 ^'*' •• iAJ&lfct ' ar ^ i^fegfa^rwawteajs^n^asap . < iniftrr^' CoHit Wm.-Marshall "BLACKMAIL" Easter Sun. - Mon. - Tues. - Wed, March 28-29-30-31 tt W*. C f«ltr . Wn».» k( CoHit "SQNJ3 OF IPAHQ" "The Hoo§ier Hot Shots" 5V* "tomorrow" (not 24 hours from now) we mean that.day-when 'all "want new cars can have them. • And, when that day arrives, we'll need all your good will, all your confidence' [and all your cpoperation to continue to progress.' By operating our business in accordance with fair, ethical practices, we" are, serving the iiesf interests of the community today, as we'll be serving it bes{ tomorrow.. By urging you to have us sately-check your car regularly we are helping) ypu meet your responsibility to yourself and to the community—in pi ways .driving car that's mechanically SAFE, ^m*r ^ ijkffif^^^^^^^^^f MOST MOTHERS DO THIS HosACold AT BEDTIME rub throat, chest, back with VapoRub. Re- lief-bringttig action starts Instantly... WORKS FOR HOURS while child sleeps to relieve coughs, muscular sorennss and tightness. B est-known home remedy you can use to relieve distress of children's colds is comforting Vicks VapoRub. Everuwhile you rub it on, VapoRub starts to work to ease distress... and it keeps on working during the night. No -wonder most mothers always dot this when 'a coldstrikes, V VAPORUB ttiSelllt for Easter at a Saving: ^ BOXED CANDY * ^' • ' ''""''''' * at Reduced Prices! ' r . . t BARRY^ " **;' V * I i 4 V f * * * / FOR EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 23th Easter Lilies The finest "Croft" Lilies we have grown in many years. You may have these with 4i 5, 6, up to 10-blooms per plant. \ PRICED TO SELL Hydrangeas with huge blooms in blue, orchid, and pink. Rose Bushes Full of cherry red buds ar\f^blossoms. Suitable for outdoor planting. /Azaleas In gorgeous shades of Red, ' Pink and Salmon. Martha Washington Plants A durable house plant in bud and bloom now for EASYER. Bulb Stock Hyacinths Tulips Daffodils Cinerarias A colorful ''Easter' plant in a multiple array,of Easter colors. Easter Novelties • In Potte'ry/Plapters'V. : afid- , V Tavern'Candies'" '-» ' T~l TvV * X^N • T"T< •" * '" " IS • ' Easter Cut-Flowers ;,''-'' CUT CALLA and EASTER LILIES-ROSES, unsurpassed quqlityi in/al| pgpular ..: colors-CARNATIONS, excellent keep in. qualities - DAFFODILS, TULIPS, ^.'., WEDGEWOOD IRIS-CUT GLADIOLI, perfect flower for lorg^j-opm w church j( decoration-SWEET PEAS, SHOCKS, HEATHER, CALINDUl^. 2!, -t, T :-'/•' • ' J «. <r \\\, (. ' i v ' i !' 1 * EASTER CORSAGES, fa'shioji^d and styled by our tepnoth f local i * ". Jt ' l designers with her favorite flower, ' ' ^ * - j '^ r -':• EASTER CORS A00S^ fashioned artf §ty ^§by OMr topnotch floral i § »*.' ,•?.'$. f * > , * * ,. t#i f , v . 1 1 . end Order Ycur |ast§r Flower? Frem Nsrth Centre! town's Syndqy 'til Ne«p. , ' ^fcjp pm ^w^^^Pf ~l'l Fl - y".

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