The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 4
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4-JMflona do.) UpptHCta Main** "Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1960 Alfred Schadendorf, Lone Rock' Wed In Washington Lone Rock — Margaret Iverson, daughter ol Earl Iverson, of Wilson and Mrs Earl Quarnstrom of Spokane, and Airman 2/c Alfred Schadendorf of Geiger Field, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf, Lone Rock, were united in marriage Nov. 5 at the Pilgrim Lutheran church in Spokane, with the Rev. Holland Koch performing the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white satin, full length gown, automatic electric OPENER Opens any standard can in just seconds EXCLUSIVE FINGERTIP, ONE- CONTROL ACTION Ayailable ''.'.fy'in wall- type '. or -!.K' portable stand models Stainless steel cutting wheel cuts cleaner, smoother edges Has abundant power yet is less than half the size of other can openers trimmed in lace, with a sweetheart neckline and full length sleeves. Her finger-lip veil was held in place by a satin band, and she carried a while rose- nosegay on a white Bible with white satin streamers. Mrs Jack Ivcroun was matron of honor and Jean Clausen was bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Jim McBride, with assistant attendant, Jay Clause. The ushers were Jack and Bill Iverson. The reception was held following the ceremony. Mrs Earl Iverson and Mrs E. K. Buckley cut and served the wedding cuke, Mrs Eric Quanstrom poured cof- fe'e, and Mrs Bud r.Iartin and Mrs Ollie Welfare served the punch. Sandra Schadendorf was in charge of the guest book and Mrs li. E. Hut'nagel and Mrs Bill Iverson were in charge of the gifts. They" will reside at Spokane, Wash. The bride attended grade school in Wilbur and graduated from Wesl Valley high school, and. is employed presently at Spokane. The bridegroom is stationed with the U.S. Air Force at Geiger Field ana is a graduate of Lone Rock high school. (UDM Engraving) ,Circlo.R of the Presbyterian church will have Christinas par- tics at the Dec. IS moot ings. Grace circle will meet with Adella Thompson, pmj'.ram l>y Grace Fischer. Marjui >«• (.'iicle at i'a' - fy Prielie.-', and llomame Ciielo ; t R'unanie Pi Ii i es with Vir- f.inia Wi'.".ner and A!..i.ioiie llaih in chaise of th. pro';iani. Mis C. !v Ilou.M-ho'.dcr and Evriclt and M,:il I'Hile \\CP. Sunday dnuu r nui sis at •Wall DaoUon l.on.e. Mr and Mis Kichaiil and taiiuly ol Mason City. | Sunday guests at tue I )ua Kn. a R'l llolhC. Mr and Mrs ; >i \ille Kie.-:<:; and Mr and M':> Cuiuon spi. nt Wednesday at Foil Mrs Don Kiuillei and Mis Larry Heio'et sciieull, Al;;ona, spen! Thill.--day alleinoon \v;lu their grandmother. Mrs Pete Ca.-s( ii. Swea City. Ml:- Lyle Mallow attended the I'Vicndiy Biitiiday Cii.:ie Ciirisi- mas party at Burl wiin Mis i-'lo- lence Koestler. Mr and Mrs Eh'in Marlow re cenily returned ironi Detioil Mich., \vheK; they spent the Thanksgiving holidays wilh their son and ianuly, Mr and Mrs Leon Marlow. esOfNew Vehicles Brisk Silk's of new cars and trucks zoomed upward during xhe past two weeks as registrations ol new vehicles totaled 46, according to records at tne county treasurer's oitice. Owners are: GMC •— Robinson Produce, Algona. . International — Koss. Co. Imp. Co., Lone Rock (2). Chevrolet — Dena Kohlhaas, Algona; J. A. llauplinan, Wesley; W. R.. Kuim, Algona, truck; E. E. Flaig, Lone Rock; C. E. Kline, Algona; Fred Diekmann, Algona; Patrick Sheridan, Bancroft; J. W. Orvick, Ledyard; C. T. Bjustrom, Whillemore; Albert Langerman, Fenton; A. L. Metzger, Lone Rock; Maxine Busch, Ledyard; Lydia B i s e n i u s, Whittemore; Morris Harbour, Algona. Ford — J. J. Ley, Burl; E. C. Behnkenclorf, Bancroft; Leighton Misbach. Algona: Clarence Marso, West Bend; E. A. Berte, Algona; W. F. Thiiges, Bode; D. J. Ryg, Oltosen; W. P. Hawcott, Burl; V. M. Smith, Lakota; W. P. French, Algona; Dennis Priebe, Lone Rock; Edward Meyer, Fenton; F. H. Wolfe, West Bend. Cadillac — F. C. Sodurberg, Burt. Volkswagen — A. J. Gotten, Algona. Comei — Ruth Anfinson, Wesley:' Walter Struecker, West Bend. Plymouth — A. A. Schmeling, Whitlomore; Ilai vey Lars e n, Swea City. Dodge -— A. M. Kollasch, Swea City: R. A. Mo«ler, Whilemore; Roger Jensen, Lone Rock. Olds — Dau's Garage, Algona; H. H. Hauberg. Algona; J. P. Simon, Algona. Rambler — II. L lloenk, A1-. gona. Siudebaker — D. W. Dailey, Algona. Imporial Bancroft. — A. W. Kennedy. L. C. FaK-r. Al;;on,;. ' r-r Rr. Mr Norm: Mr an in of Lot.: wedding .i Ho-pi!rl Report Ihc- Lii'heran ho^pi- Dodge Friday after- Ironi Fort nion. Mi ; Frank Eliselo. who was a •-•;:!!(. nt in the Mercy hospital in i'o.t Dcidse, was released las! Fi irlay a:ul is recuperating at homo. Mr; 13 ira Fauls'.ick entered St. Ann hospital in Algona Wednesday f-,M' r.i.nor surgery. .Mv? HolM-rt lliggins is a patient i ji in SI. Ann hospital in Algona .•i'i:l unclerwont surgery Thursday. . Mrs Thomas Dunphy and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited Mrs MuihiUla Meyer in Lutheran hospital at F'ort Dodge Wednesday afternoon. Othor visitors wi'th Mrs Meyer were Alfred Meyer and Mr and Mrs William Mey- ;;jul Mrs Melvin in Minneapolis Wednesday. Sv>,.n-,irii Mf St. Pe'.ershurg. n a visitor hei' % at .-r>n an.I l':imily, Sw^nsiiri, for the f-;i'.;worlh Heid- Mrs Forrest Gil':• He; I S; fly arul Mi Ivin HiH-lier Went .in.iwiia Satui.lay evening for u.-.ev.'.inniiti; parly at the .• of Mr a:ul Mrs Frecl Ruhn- oriner residents ho,' e. ":ei' r.-iK-.-is .it 'Iv home of n.l Mi's Louis liiaat/. Sunday ol' the l>,ii!u!ay of Mrs (/. \\'i. i\- Mi and Mrs Clyde •-•rich an.l family of West D,,i.l. Allen.uon callers were Mrs Anna Baas and daught. r Eldu, A*.is i:';i\\ard (tieinert, Mrs Aug•: t V'auill arid (laughtor Mrs A:i...i P;iliiiko, Mrs Henry Wichlon- •,,!i:, Mrs Pet-r W. Ktillasoh. Mrs Mane Schmelinfi. Mrs Anna \V; hi ;pan arid Mrs L;)ren;'. Gade. ; 'ard.; were p!ayrd and a lunch /'.owed. Evening callers wore .\i,- i-.nd Mrs Arthur Hoidenwith, i-'ornihs- Rosendahl and Mr and Mr-.: Louis Greincrt. A iMiin'oer of relatives gathered .1! the home nf Mr and Mrs Simon \Veber hist Tuesday evening to Mr Weber celebrate his day. Present were Mr and Mrs Oscar Weber and sons Wil- aur and Bobby of Ayrshire, MIMI:! Mr.; Joo Sikora and sons Perry and Ken of Cylinder, Mr iiiid Mrs Peter Weydert, Mr and Mrs John Ackerman of Ventura, Mr and Mrs Bud Quinn of West Cciid. Mr and Mrs Paul Weber of Hurt. Mr and Mrs Bud Forclen and son Randy of AlRona and Mr nnd Mrs Dennis Weber and family and Mike Wagner of hero. Cards wi re played and a lunch was MTV0..1. Mr a:ul Mrs Herman Voigt vi.M'.ed Mrs M.ilhiUlci. Meyer at | !•>•:• lii'ine of Mi and Mrs Alfred! i-Jruiin at Cylinder, where she is i'eeiipera! ing (oOowmg her release fi.im Lutheran iiospiial in tort Docile. Myron KautsMi son of H(;v. and Mrs Cleo Kautsch, a .student in vonroiaiii (.'oilegi- in St. Paul, was recbiuly seievt(;d to inember- .^i'.ip in ihe well-known Concordia i ugh School Glee Club. UDM Classiilfids Pay Dividend! LuVerne News Mr and Mrs Guy Gidding.-;, their daughter, Mr and Mi.s Harold Wolf and lannly attended the open house Sunday at Coin- fry, Minn., honoring the li. r .<tli wedding annivei .-ai y of Mi' ami Mrs Harold Arncu. 'the event took place in the COUKI egational cluuvh with Mr Giddings us master of ceremonies, ivlrs Anull and Mrs Giddings are sisters, Mr and Mrs Wolf and Susan were overnight-guests of her uncle the Howard Kel/.enbergs. The annual Christmas parly of the LuVerne Cemetery Society was held in the town hnll, Thursday with 30 in attendance. Christmns carols wore sung and leadings. given by Kmma Krause followed liy gift exchange. Mrs llelii.V IVi.uanue, pic.SKlem, j-jiiVL 1 nUiii:; i! marks and iiil.nile to Hie sociel.V as :-;i>e leaves Ine office ID l.e loilov.e.l ij.v fvlis Harry Liclity, l llcsles.-f s Pei r.aneie ni Kiel . Mr anu Mis Pair SI.. John, VI. Doi.lj.je-, aie p;. i ems ol' a Mini; pound, live our,,e son, named Ji fiery Scott, born Nov. 3D in l,ii(;'i-:an n<i..,p:lal. 'lliey now have a family o!' two l.oys and OIK' ftirl, \v pio.-.iuenl for IHtil. v\eie iV.iss i\.rausc, Mrs anu Mrs Martha Sch- iee It Demonstrated! Register For Free Prizes $54.95 TACO Register For Free Prizes $54.95 TACO THE T.V. ANTENNA THAT PERFORMS BETTER FOR YOUR T.V. SET ! Ses It Demonstrated In Factory Trailer 1:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M. BE R&GHT AT EVERY SITE ! ... in every class, every T-Bird outperforms, outlasts every other antenna ! Tho Factory Representative Will Be On Hand To Answer Any Questions Regarding Your T.V. Reception In Your Area. Talk To Him, !t May Save You Many Dollars In Unnecessary T.V. Repairs & T.V. Installations. Lane Appl It's No Hyslery Why People Year After Year, Come Back To Buy Their Christmas Gifts at FREDERICK $ ft Q HARDWARE Tht lift fluff In Alganp To Ivy fin* Owptity Nordwor* There ere so many items of interest at Sharp's Jewelry that we have not attempted to go i.ito detail here. In the field of Diamonds, Watches, Dinnerware, Sterling Silver — and other cherished gifts — Sharp's Jewelry has complete selections — all of qenuine Quality no matter what the price. / Then, too, you will welcome the numerous unusual gift items we have on display . . . gleaming Hollowaro, Costume Jewelry of the type you want, Pen and Pencil Sets, jewelry gifts especially for men, and so on. And whatever you choose — in any department — it will of course be yours to present in the distinctive Sharp's Jewelry box, beautifully gift- wrapped. In Selecting a Diamond From SHARP'S For Christmas — we want you to know that now, as always, at Sharp's Jewelry we specialize in Diamonds, and have Diamonds of perfection in stock to suit every budget. A Diamond chosen at Sharp's Jswelry, regardless of price, is one of sure perfection in cut, color, clarity and brilliance. Then, tco, our direct-from-the-cuHer method, bypassing brokers, give you fine diamonds at the lowest possible price. Since a diamond will be a lifetime on her finger, we as a Registered Jeweler can guide you to a wise purchase. In addition to a varied assortment of Diamond rings, we have at Sharp's loose stones which can be precision-set in the mounting of your choice. In giving or receiving, there is added pleasure in the thought, "It's a Diamond from Sharp's Jewelry." FREE Engraving and Monograming ,-*• X* r-x- eler - American Gam Society ALGONA, IOWA Free Gift Wrapping In The Distinctive Sharp Gift Box We usually hold a pre-irwentory sale but it is always after Christ- mas. We asked ourselves ... we are going to have the sale, sure, but why not hold it now before Christmas and give ths folks the benefit of pre-inventory prices? PECIA -Christmas Sale FRiGIDAIRE WASHERS and DRYERS SIMPLE TO USE, and SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL! j#SS **£ flV .\ts t«ts» • Sot One Dial-for 90% of your washing. • "Somersault" Washing Action-3- Ring Pump Agitator bathes deep dirt out without beating! No lint problems! • Automatic Soak Cycle—allows advance to wash cycle automatically. • Option Selectors—let you control washing or soaking conditions for special things. • Choice of 4 Colors or Snowcrest White — porcelain enamel inside and outl AS LITTLE AS A WEEK AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT " ,»1 Automatic Washe.- a DRYER that "STEAM SPRINKLES"! QS3 • Dry Faster, Safer than sunshine with exclusive Flowing Heat. • Easier Ironing because clothes are dried thoroughly, then steam- sprinkled evenly. • Trap Lint in Nylon Mesh Lint Screen handily located on the door. • Don't Overdry or underdry — you can set correct drying time automatically. • Chase Wrinkles Away with special settings for Wash & Wear fabrics. $2.50 AS LITTLE AS A WEEK AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Imperial Model DI-61, Electric EVERYTHING IN THE STORE IS ON THIS PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET THAT APPLIANCE YOU NEED AND WANT. 9 ir* f m i APPLIANCE

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