The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 31, 1957
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2-AlgoAQ (la.) Upper DM Motnti Thursday, October 31, 1957 Wagner-Scuff ham Vows At Whittemore, Oct. 20 Al 7 P.M. Sunday, Oct. 20. Dailrnr Wagner, daughter of Mrs Margaret Wagner and the lair Arnold Wagner, became the bndr (if .Tamos Scuffham, son of Mr and Mrs George Scuffham of Algonn. in a double ring ceremony performed by candle lights with Rev. Paul G. Weinhold of St. Paul's Lutheran church officiating at the ceremony. Mis Kwnld Voigt. aunt of the bride, sang the "Wedding Prayer" and the "Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Ruben Butzke. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle Ewald Voigt, was attired in a white floor length gown of illusion net and chantilly lace fashioned with a fitted bodice of sequins and pearft and a bouffant skirt ending in a chapel length train. Her veil was of illusion net with a head piece of pearls and sequins. She carried an orchid and pink rose buds on a white bible, a gift of the groom. The maid of honor was her sister, Wilma Wagner. The bridesmaids were Janet Scuffham. sister of the groom, Joan Radii, friend of the bride, and. Susan Johnson, cousin of the bride. The flower ^irl \vos Sandra Blwr. friend of the bride. Attending the t>>T/i>m were Robert Mittag. friend (if the groom as best man, James Voigt Cousin of the bride. Wayne Wagner, brother of the bride, and Arlin Bensehooter, ruusin of the groom. Ushers were Wayne Orhlman, friend of the groom, and Billy I Johnson, cousin of the bride. A reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony with 175 attending. Mrs Wayne Orhlman was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Bea Baldwin and Mrs Arch Mather cut the cake, and Mrs Archie Voigt was dining room hostess. Table waitresses were Charlotte Volk. Emogene Wichtendahl, Selma Wichtendahl. Marlys Barber, Laura Broesder and Jean Baker. The bride is a graduate of the Whittemore public school and the groom a graduate of the Algona high school. After a wedding trip the couple will make their home in Algona where the groom is employed at the Schultz Bros, garage. children Barbara, Diane, Darlene and Dale were Sunday noon dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson. Barbara, a student at Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, S. D. spent weekend at parental Walter Minos. Mr and Mrs Frank Wade and their two children of Charles City came Friday to visit her sister. Mrs Glen Clark where they left the children and went to AmeS for Homecoming festivities. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat were Thursday night dinner guests at Mrs Nora Olson. Ex • Swea Twp. Lady Passes At Armstrong Swea & Eagle — Mrs Bert Larson, Armstrong, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 23 at her home at the age of 76 Amelia Sevold Larson was born Dec. 9 ,1880, at Badger, la. where she grew to womanhood. She married Bert Larson of Pontiac, III., March 1899. The couple farmed and reared their family in this community moving to Armstrong in 19.48. Mr Larson passed away P^eb. 7, 1951. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Nazareth Lutheran Church, Armstrong. Rev. Harlan Blockhus officiating. Burial was in Armstrong Grove Cemetery. Surviving are four sons and one daughter: Jay of Seattle, Wash., Arthur, Raymond and Millard, Armstrong, and (Arlene) Mrs Lester Knudson, Randall, 111. One son died at age of five. Mr and Mrs James Kuchynka of Portland, Oregon were visitors at the home of friends, Edith and Myrtle Molinder, and called on many of their former Swea friends. They left late Sunday afternoon to visit his brother, Charles Kuchynka, Algona. From there they will go to Sarasota, Fla. to visit their daughter (Margaret) Mrs N. Parks and her family. The Kuchynkas will return to Portland in January. Mr and Mrs David Anderson have left for their winter home in Orlando, Fla. Mrs Dillard Bishop entertained her Baptist Ladies Guild at her home Friday. Mrs Virgil Jensen entertained Guild Group II Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harry Tish were Sunday noon dinner guests at the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Marion Tish and family near Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson entertained Sunday afternoon for their granddaughter Marlene Larson on her 6th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs"Lowell Larson and children Duane, Craig. Bruce, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and Larry Torine. Mrs Lowell Larson entertained at her home Friday after school, for her daughter Marlene's birthday. Attending were 115 girls from her school class and other friends. Cheryle Torine spent Wednesday to Sunday at the parental home, Mr and Mrs Francis Tornie. Cheryle who teaches at Traer, was taken ill with flu the previous Monday and came home to recuperate. Mrs Nora Olson had as Sunday visitors her sisters, Mrs Kate Brown, Jefferson, Miss Jessie Cromwell, Carroll, and her son and his family, Mr and Mrs Glen Olson and Richard. Grant Township Homemakers met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 17, at the Grant School Election of officers was held the following will serve the corning year. Mrs Ado Krumwiede, chairman; Mrs Delmer Anderson, vice chairman, and Mrs O. R. Person, secretary- treasurer. Luncheon hostesses were Mrs Vern Anderson and Mrs Delmer Anderson. Dick Emory vLsited from Thursday until Sunday at the parental Mr and Mrs Kenneth Emory. He came for his sister's wedding. Otto A. Jensen, Estherville, D.uane and Lavpn Jensen Mankato were Sunday visitors at, Maypard Jensen's. Friends here have received word of the recent death of Oscar Johnson, Los Angeles, Calif. Heis survived by his wife, the former Reba Jensen, a daughtei of the early Pioneer family, Captain and Mrs R. E. Jensen of Eagle Township. The Kossuth County * Township Tuberculosis Christmas Seal chairmen met Saturday at Johnson House Cafe, Algona. Chairmen attending were Mrs Francis Torine for .Swtea; Mrs Morton Roalson for Eagle; and Mrs Selmer Uhr for Harrison. Mr and Mrs Walter Mino and Livermore Man Injured; Slipped In A Bathtub Livermore — Charles Howard had the misfortune to slip and fall in the bathtub and is a paU Sent at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. He tore a number of ligaments and there is a possibility of more serious injury. Mrs Howard is being cared for at the home of her daughter, Mrs Johri Hauck. Hospital News Mrs Daryl Frederick who had surgery, has now returned from the Lutheran hospital. Harold Stoddard was taken to Lutheran hospital Saturday with a cardiac condition. At this writing no further details are available. ' Colleen McGowan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arlo McGowan was operated on at Mercy hospital Sunday for a ruptured intestin* and will be hospitalized for some time. Mrs Bud Schrieber is a medical patient at the hospital in Iowa City. Mrs Leo Kilts is caring for her children. Word has been received from Mrs Lucy Tilson of Britt of the death of Gertrude Tilson Forbes on Nov. 14 at Portland, Oregon. Mrs Marcfa Berryhill and Mrs Edith Johpson called on Mrs Clytie Roepke who is a patient at the Roberts Nursing home in Algona, Sunday. Mr and Mrs C. H. Donalds and children of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the George Donalds home. Mr and Mrs Ray Falb drove to DCS Moines Sunday and took their son, Richard and Jerry Howard who are attending Drake, out to dinner, on Richard's 18th birthday. Don Heiter of Spencer took his mother to DCS Moines the 14th to attend the funeral of a cousin, Raymond Braniff. Last week Mrs Heiter was in Algona caring for a sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs J. C. Kelly visited in Clarion Sunday at the home of Mr add Mrs J, E. ThompsoVl. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Ace Bordwell of Alden, Minn, called at their home. "'Mr and Mrs Jerry Foreman were among the ten couples who the wise way to when buying a diamond S There are many ways the untrained buyer can be" confused, even misled, when selecting a diamond.' So to make your dollars buy mo^e, consult a jeweler you can rely on comjjjeijely. To back up.,. your faith in our store, we have earned the coveted title, Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society. Buy where knowledge and reputation build trust, and you'll make a wiser diamond purchase. Registered Jeweler - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA a trip to the Lakes of the Ozarks last week. They won this trip on the sales ocntest put »n by International Harvester company. Mrs Don Clatk was hostess to the W.S.C.S. Wednesday. In ( hafrge of the service were Mrs Bert Schwendemann, Mrs Ernie Raney and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh. Mrs Emma Jones was a guest. The society purchased ,: refrigerator for the church kitchen and it now is installed. Flans for the turkey dinner which is to be Nov. 7 were discussed and committees appointed. The Married Couple's club met at the Lutheran church Sunday evening with Mrs Henry Boge and Mrs Donald Heck as hostesses. Pictures of a trip to Mexico were shown by Mr and Mrs Vancleve of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Adolph Koeter of Lu- Vorne were welcomed as new members. Mrs August Paulson was host- ess to the Presbyterian Women's Organization Wednesday. In the absence of the president, Ift* business meeting was conducted by Mrs Edna Goodenottgh. Devotions were giveft by the hostess and Mrs Carl Olson was a guest. Laymens' Sunday will be observed Nov. 3 in the Methodist church with the following ladies taking charge of the service: Mrs Gene Benjamin, Mrs Bert Schwendemann, Mrs Herbert Rafiey, and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh. Special music will be furnished by a group of high school girls. The Pinochle club met Tuesday with Mrs Elmer Oronbach and she won high prize. Mrs Karl Baessler was the hostess when Delta Deft met Friday. Mrs Edith Johnson was a guest. High prize Was won by Mrs Marcia Berryhill, second high by Mrs Joe Sanders and bingo prizes went to Mrs Harry Zigrang and Mrs Edith Johnson. Contract Club met Saturday HEATS LIKE MAGIC even with the gas OFF! Another money-saying exclusive with (he patented xieqxen, \£ ^FORCED AIR GAS HOME HEATERS IT'S A TACT! come in for o demonstration You'll discover how this revolutionary heater wttt slash fuel bills and gfye you the mjracle of When the automatic thermostat calls for heat, Siegler delivers it immediately. Then, when the gas goes off, your Siegler wifl continue to give you traveling floor heat. This bonus heat is yours FREE! Start saving on fuel by stopping in to see tbe new Siegler Gas Home Heater today! MONEY BACK GUARANTEE SIEGLER GUARANTEES MORE AND HOTTER HEAT OVER YOUR FLOORS You can't make a smarter heating buy! North Central Public Service Co. 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