The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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Cyrilla Schmidt Weds The wedding of Cyrilla K. Schmidt .of Algona and John 'Joseph Marti of West Bend was solemnized > Sept. 25 at. 8:30 in the morning in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona. Father Mason performed the nuptial mass which was' a double Ting ceremony. _ They are the children of Mr and Mrs Ray Wessel of Algona and Mrs Anna Marti of West Bend. , v The bride was given in marriage by her brother, August Schmidt, of Algona. She" wore a white nylon lace street length dress with a white satin fingertip.. vejU> She carried white munis and a white pearl rosary. A girls' quartet furnished the musical interlude and was accompanied by Sister. Mary Rose Marie. The couple wa$ attended by Mr pnd Mrs Lawrence Weig, Ernest Marti and Verna Schmidt. Ushers vrere Bob McMahon and John Hood. A wedding dinner was held at 'the bride's home following the ceremony. Seventeen guests Were present. A reception followed , at 2:00 at the Legkm Hall in West Bend. Sixty guests attended. The guest book was handled -by Mrs Susie Kisch. Mrs Wilbert Baas and Mrs Ernest Marti cut the cake. Mrs Anna Girres poured. Gifts were in the charge of Mrs August Schmidt. Table wait- Double-Red MICHIGAN resses were Nancy Ditsworth, Sue; Ann Marti, and Carol Ann Frideres. The couple are at home in Vera's apartments in Algona fol lowing a short honeymoon trip into JMinnespta. (Isaacson Photo- "UDM Engraving) Wed 64 Years On Thursday, Sept. 26th, Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayer quietly observed their 64th wedding anniversary at the home of their daughter, Mrs Leo Hanig of Wesley where they had gone to stay a few days previously due to failing ihealth. Isadore Mayer and Frances Aman were married by Father Erdman in St. Benedict Catholic Church on Sept, 26, 1893. In attendance were Joseph, Mayer, now deceased; Frances Rahm, now -Mrs 'Immerfall, who lives with:! her: daughter, Mrs George Grein, near St. Benedict; Philip Aman, now deceased; and Fran- .ces Mayer, now. Mrs Hammer of Alexandria, Minn. They farmed in the vicinity untn 1940 when they retired to a home in St. Benedict- ..They have four children, William, Algona; Eleanor, Mrs Leo Hanig, Wesley; Genevieve, Mrs Lou Goetz, Wesley; and Alvina, Paris, France. They have eight grandchildren living, and seven great grandchildren. Relatives who visited them on their anniversary at the Leo Hanigs were Mr and Mrs Wm. Mayer, -Mr and Mrs Lou Gpetz, Mr anqj. Mrs Donald Hanig, Mr and'Mrs Bob Mayer and children, Billy, Barbara and Nancy, and Mr and Mrs Bob Eiscnen, Bill and • Mary Lpu Hanig were also present*. , . Honor Alaska Visitors • A family dinner was held Saturday evening at Mrs Leslie Ross' in honor of her son-in-law and daughter, • Mr and Mrs Wallace Anderson and family of Ketchikan, Alaska, "Others present were Mr and Mrs Ray Ross of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Roger Satory of .Grinnell, Mr and Mr Stanley Larson of Des Moines and Mrs Lyle Ross of Little Rock, and the respective families. They also spenjt Sunday here. "Mr 4l>d TMrs Anderson have been here, the past five weeks arid left this week for Minneapolis', taking a plane from there to Seattle, Wash., where they wUl vifit a few days and resume tJ^^W ft^m there home. Mi- Anderson' is employed with a dairy company and his wife is cjerjr in a feartk. , T .Mr, and Mrs, Clifford Riebhof f ,8nd Uaugh$ff, Joyce, were din- jner-jtweits Sunday at the home of Mr ajidLMrs Clarence Riehhoff, .Burt,' *»fhe,ipecasion was in ob- s££yan.ce • of the Clifford Rieb Waff's gftb wedding anniversary. & >nigpfe Mrs Ervin Luedtke, n^ade 9hS decorated the anniversary cake. Those present besides the honored guests and daughter, Joyce, -werp two nieces, their husbands and families, Mr Mm, Drvw Luetdke, Leglie Feptpn, and Mr and John , Oeesman, daughters Lois ne, Greene, Jowa- The fs' son-in-law and daugh- Mr and ftjrs Calvijn Tsohettsr wnable to attend. The anniversary dat§ is. Oct. Uth. and and Mr« Blonikw, 8 ^id Mrs Miles Sloniker . ined Saturday aftem (. 5,40 honep g| (heir daughter, Lynn's Jth .birthday. So- ynsot consisted of iadpo,r outdoor games and movies - r -iixaluded Sally Be, -'•'*Joan Janice was served, Jater |o the honoree's fcrotber, Kim, aftd H«w f atiot A reception was given for the Rev. Glen Disco and family in the social rooms at the First Baptist church. Group singing was led by Harvey Stevens, a vocal duet was given by Pauline Bowman and Harvey Stevens, find a talk was given by Robert Black. Circle 1 served refreshments. After the Fellowship meeting last week Thursday a "Pantry Shower" was given the pastor and his family. Promotion Day was held Sunday. John and David Disco, sons of the pastor and his wife, sang a duet, accompanied by Mrs Disco. Family Gathering Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig and family spent Sunday at Clear Lake and attended a family gathering honoring Sisters Mary Patrice and Mary Josephine, ot Pasadena and Orange, Calif., respectively. Sister Mary Patrice Is a sister of Mrs Ludwig and Sister Mary Josephine is her aunt. One hundred Were in attendance at the dinner given in the dining room of St. Patrick church. Four Corners Club The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, Oct. 10, with Mrs Agnes bievens who will be assisted by Mrs Henry Schultz. The program will consist of the opening club song, Roil call, "Hallowe'en Masquerade"—Hallowe'en program by Eula Rich and Evelyn McNeill and Hallowe'en gift exchange. St. Ann Luncheon The St. Ann's buffet luncheon was held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, at the Algona Country Club. Bridge prizes were won oy Mrs D. Hutchison, Mrs C. Fowler, and Mrs H. Godden. Canasta prizes were won by Mrs H. Gilmore, Mrs A. Rode, -Mrs C. Cavanaugh. The door prize won by Mrs L. Winkel. Honored At Drake Miss Margaret Kelley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis N. Kelley, was one of 36 students, honored at Drake University with a scholastic scholarship presented at the Fall Convocation last week. Mi^s Kelley is a junior in the Fine Arts college, majoring in voice and minoring in organ. C. D. of A. Meeting C .D. of A. will meet Thursday evening. Opt. 10 at 8 p.m. at the V.F.W. halL Chairladles are Mrs Gerald Haas ;iaiS(d Mies -Joan Lickteig. They will have a Day of Recollection Sun., Oct. 13 at 1 p.m. with Father Francis Conway as Retreat Master. Following the service coffee will be served in Academy hall. Meeting Date Changed At an executive board meeting of the Algona Woman's Club "it was voted that the date of the October meeting be changed to October 22 to avoid confliction with the meeting, sponsored by the League of Women-Voters,' for discussion of fluoridation of Algona's water supply. Pol Luck Dinner A pot-luck dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle's. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Atffc Wft* f Lt» Verne, Mr ana Mrt Hfrnry Johsn- nsen, Mr and Mrs W. C. McDou* faH and Mr and Mr* Reid. 50th Aftftiverftftif- Mr find Mr* & CJ. entertained at dtnfttf 9e£t. 8ft ift honor of the fiftieth vr&' nhremry of the Ifttter'i Mr and Mrs Etftrnet Bart. Othert ift i Doris Paetz, Mr* Rena Buell Burt, Mr and Mrs tftfm Mrs Emma Paetz and Helen. Union Club To M**t The Union Township Mother! and Daughters Club will ttvm Thursday afternoon, Oct. lOth. « 2:30 p.m. at the home of B«f» nadette Reilly. Roll call will b* answered by each member |tl» playing her favorite dress sory. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor children were guests Sunday, the latter's parents, Mr and ra Herbert Zielske, at Lake Mm The fifty-second birthday of Mr Zielske was being observed. , Auxiliary To Mwt The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday, Get. 14, at- ; 8 p.m. at the Legion hall. Members are reminded that dues must be paid by Oct. 20. Editor On Ptogram W. Earl Hall of .the Mason City. Globe-Gazette will be 'featured speaker at the annual .Delphian Society guest night, which will be held Tuesday, Oct. IS. at 6:30 p.m. at the Algona Hotel. Auxiliary Tall Conference The Fall Conference for the Eighth District of the American Legion Auxiliary was held on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Wah- konsa Hotel in Fort Dodge. Bel Canto Club The Bel Canto club meets Oct. 9 with Oenny Taylor. Program, "American. Ballads and Folk Music", by 'Mary Staudt and Harriet Schlichting. Pol Luck Dinner Members of the Congregational church will hold a potluck dinner Sunday, Oct; 13 at 12:30 at the church to welcome their new minister, Rev. Boyd, a/id family. Crescp M it P Club Cresco Mother and Daughter qub v/iU.jneet with Mr* i. Mary*. co'- Back Fyoin Vacation Mr and Mrs Wenry Becker and Mr and Mrs Gordon Ogg spent a recent week's vacation together at Vestergaarcfs Resort, Sovoritv To Meet ;.,The Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets Oct. 15 With Mrs Dean Taylor. Burt Boy Transferred Mr and Mrs Melvin Rieken, Burt, received, a telephone calJ from their son, Dqnald, telling them that he has been transferred from Midland, Tex. to Lubbock, Tex. where he.will manage a new Singer store whicfy is just being completed. ' START SMART RATEHI6H IN DEB QUEEN. by CQSSARD Pantie girdle "Jegs can't lert" , . a Gossard original. Boneless pull-on in Lan- onet nylQIV elastic net.. Satin elastic vertical stretch front, p&nel, dip front 1 ;y^aJ»tliDe- White! .- Ml AA UU girdle fit- service with corset- s,atip- with tvery 8§U. 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