The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1965 · Page 3
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Tuttday, May 11, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moin«-3 Becker - Farrell Nuptials Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Farrell who were married May 1 at St. Cecelia's church here by Msgr. P. P. Gearen. The wedding was reported in detail in last Thursday's Upper Des Moines. The bride is the former Jean D. Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker of Irvington, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernes Farrell of Emmetsburg. After a wedding trip they will be at home in Sioux City. (Glenn's Studio foto) SHOWERS PLANNED Showers are being given May 11 at Mrs. C. E. Dearchs for Mrs. James Zaugg and Mrs. Gary Michaelson, Whittemore. Other hostesses are Mrs. Jack Limbaugh, Mrs. Olga Jordon, Mrs. Melvin Trout and Mrs. Jerry Lewis. - o - DINNER..HQSTS . Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate entertained at dinner May 2 and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hungate and family, Duncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and family, Marathon, Mrs. Tillle Steinman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul James, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabln and family. The dinner was given in honor of the Don Hungate's daughter, Julie, who joined the church Palm Sunday, but because of the bad condition of the roads, was postponed. - o - JUNE KRULL HOSTESS Zeta Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of June Krull. Sharon Cowan presented the lesson on sculpture and painting. Dee McGuire was selected "Girl of the Year." New officers for the coming year are: president, Corinne Shimel; vice president, Marcia Nelson; secretary, Jeff Priebe; treasurer, Gail Cowan; corresponding secretary, June Krull; extension officer, Floy Hershberger; city council member, Mary Ilia Kisch. The next meeting will be May 10 at the home of Virginia Seaberg. - o PLUM CREEK CLUB The Plum Creek Womens Club met April 28 with Doris Keith, assisted by Violet Benschoter and Betty Miller. Twenty-four members and three guests were in attendance. Two lessons were given, one by Norma Paetz and Helen Harrison on care and culture of perennials, the other by Joyce Keith and Maxine Marshall on fabrics. - n - C D A MEETING C. D. A. will meet May 13 at St. Cecelia hall, Dinner at 6;30. Chairladies are Mrs. Gladys Eisenbarth and Mrs, Luella Collins. Program chairladies are Mrs. Rita Forbes and Mrs, Pearl McDonald, they will be assisted by Theresa Becker, Elizabeth Grill, Janice Hentges, Marie King, Sharon Lemkee, Charlotte Nash, Jean Reynolds, Katherine Sheppard, Agnes Thilges, Matilda Waldschmidt, Beverly Buscher, Ger* trude Schilmoeller, Mary Boswell, Mary Lou Ruhnke, Lenora Wnsey, Lynn Dole, Dorothy Studer and Camilla Metzger, FETE SENIORS Sunday morning, May 30, at the Presbyterian church there will be special services for the graduating seniors of the church. Members of the class are requested to wear caps and gowns, sit with the group in front of the church, proceed down the center aisle and during the , t< organ postlude, go out the center ^i aisle ...to line,,up.,Jn the Narthex to be greeted by the congregation. - o - RUTH CIRCLE Tuesday, May 11, Ruth circle of the Presbyterian church will meet at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Robert Pingel. - o - CROWNED QUEEN Mary Jean Hood, who attends College of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn., was elected queen last year and Saturday, May 1, was crowned at the Prom. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, were in attendance. - b - t PICNIC SLATED Senior MYF of the Methodist church held its last meeting for the season, but a picnic is scheduled for May 16 at 5 o'clock at Call State park. The high school seniors will be special guests. Sunday, May 30, the seniors are requested to wear caps and gowns and sit in a group at the worship service. - o CLUBS MET Mrs. Harold Lampright entertained her bridge club last Wednesday. Members of the Idle Hour bridge club met at Van's last Wednesday for luncheon and then went to Pearl Potter's for an afternoon of cards. - o BABY BAPTIZED Mark Allen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson of Ames, was baptized Sunday during the worship service. Mark was born February 12 and his mother is the former Marcia Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Everett Anderson, - o NEW OFFICERS Xi-Xi chapter met May 4 with Irma Dee Cook. 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