The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1960 · Page 12
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^v^^^e^^*^***^***^^**, 6-A!gono (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, Dee. 20, 1960 Marieta Christenson Weds At Pueblo, Colo., Dec. 3 GLENN'S STUDIO •V^.^^l'^"'*^^^ 1 ^"^!"-'^-^! 1 To each of our many good friends we send our heartiest greetings and best wishes for • happy holiday season endowed with great times and good fellow* ship. COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER SEWER SERVICE In an afternoon een ninny Dec. 3 ;it First Pi i-:,liytei iail Church of Pueblo, Colo.. Mi.-s Marieta K. Christr nson. 123f Claremont. for- ni< rly of Lone Kock. Iowa, became the bride oi Andrew A. P'-tei .-•(HI of Ciidva. lo\\-;i. Hex. the fi. The altar Christ Hairy Ciril I'ilhs performed iniMi--ritiL; rei-cinony. bridi.. 1 was ex-m led to fhe by her lirother, Mervm ensdii of 'Lone Jiock. Iowa, also \\-as best man. The of honor was Miss F.slelle -on. \Vimu bagd Neb., sister Who Hi.lid Peter.' A it.eeplion for ISO guests followed the ceremony. Featured wa.s a beautiful three-tier wedding cake topped with pink .satin hells and pearls and decorated with largo pink roses and a garland ol greens. Mrs Margaret .Hlaek and Mrs Elva Ilaifo'-d served the cake. Piesiding at the punch bowl wore Mrs K. C. Kaiser and Mrs Goi-son D. Witt. Miss Kuth E. Potter attended Hie finest book and Miss Julia A. Ciirran had charge of the gift table. All oiit-of-sU.tr guest at the ceremony and reception was Mrs Clair S. Vincent. Springfield. Mo. The couple It it on a wedding trip to Honolulu, Hawaii. They will reside at Galva, Iowa. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter M. Christenson. Lone Kock, Iowa. She was graduated from Broadlawn Polk County School of Nursing at Des Moines and has been employed by Dr. S. R. Potter, Dr. J. E. A. Connell and Dr. John L. Weaver at Corwin Clinic. She is a past, president of Pilot Club of Pueblo and a member of the First Presbyterian Church. The- bridegroom is a farmer and breeder of registered polled Hereford cattle at Galva. Judy Bowman Of Algona Weds Lone Rock Man Lone Rock — December 10, at 10 a.m. in St. Cecelia's church at Algona, Judy Bowman and Roger Radig were married in a double ring ceremony performed by Father Thiele. The bride is' the daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman, Algona, and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Donald Radig, Lone Rock. Attendants were Mrs Leo Lallier, sister of the bride, and Richard Potratz, Whittemore. The bride wore a turquoise jersey street dress and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Marlys Radip, sister of the groom, had charge of the guest book and Mrs Lurry Dreyer and Marlys Radig opened gifts. A dinner was held at Van's Cafe for about 40 guests. After a short wedding trip ^*«K3-iWft-«5Sr^-eKff5^^ N fete community we have many friend* and valued customer* Ip whom we wish to •ay..,have a very merry Christmas, filled with good cheer, good health, and good fellowship. W» hope thte Yule eeaton will be the brightest of all. Beet her Lane Appliance Darlene Seller To Wed Apr. B ami Albert fihasrr won traveling pi i.e. Those piesrnl were Mr and Mrs Kay Johnson, Mr and Mrs Jo- Voflmer. Mr and Mrs Walla, e Mill-Arthur, Mr and Mrs Albeit Shaser. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Mr and Mrs Bernard O'.'Vnnel!. I!alph Thompson. Mi- ne.I Mrs Dick O'Donneli, Neva Mr • MI nt and Mrs .Jack Quinn have- ed from California. They to Los A uncles with their Cietu •: and family. After ni: there they wont to Oak- iind visited their other sons-, ird nnd Curley an.:! f.n.niies. e Anxiliiiry met Wednesday lie Legion hall. Hostesses • Joella Miller. Uita Schra- Viola Mai lo\\\ Georgia Mar- Gifls were sent to the vo- Irrnns hospital in Dos Moinr-s. A Rift was presented to each child present with then- mother. Re- mainini; gift.-: Wen 1 sent to the Woodward State Hosprtal. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bicrstedt and family were Sunday evening visitors ill the Jerry Bormann home in Whit I omui o. RUG MAKER Mrs Anna Winner, 95, is probably Carroll's senior business woman — a run maker. After she broke both hips and is pretly ninth house-bound she learned S'ow to put her croeheting ability io a practical u.;e. She has turned out hundreds o* rugs. SALES BOOKS, register tickets. Tej.'ister carbons, adder and Des Moines Pub. Co. FROM ALL OF US - TO ALL OF YOU A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS HERE'S HOPING YOUR HOLIDAY SEASON WILL BE A HAPPY ONE MODERN DRY CLEANERS Phono CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Mrs P'li/.abeth Seiler, Algona, appi oaching. manriage of her aproaching marriage of • h e r tlaughter. Darlene. shown here, to Kenneth Thilges. son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Thilges. Algona. The marriage is planned for Apr. 8 at St. Benedict Catholic church. (Glenn'.-- Studio Photo —- UDM Engraving) through'Illinois nnd Missouri, the couple returned to Lone Rock where they will make their home at Priebe's apartments. The bride is a 1959 graduate of Algona high school and is employed at the County A.S.C. office. The groom graduated from Lone Rock high school in 1957 and is employed by Everett Householder, IrucKcr. Miss Lau Honored Deanna Lau was honored at a nuptial miscellaneous shower in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Monday evening. Janice Hannover had c.'uirge of the guest book. Mrs Roger Long, program chairman, presented the following program: Deanna's life history read by Linda Ramus, vocal numbers by Mrs Hill Marlow, accompanied by Mrs Wilfred Radig, a reading by Mrs Garryl Householder and a reading by Mrs Roger Long. The bride-to-be was assisted in opening her gifts by Linda Ramus and Janice Hannover. Mrs Jim Long poured coffee. Hostesses were M e s d a m e s Frank Flaig, Art Prie.be, Mary Genrich, Relx.ine Householder, Jim Long, Roger Long, George Long, Joe C u 1 b e r t s o n. Rose Kraft, Alfred Schadcndorf, Milton Marlow, Ray Uthof. Walter Thompson, Donald Radig, Darryl Householder, Dick O'Donneli. Merwin Marlow, Frank Dreyer. Ernil Person, Mary Flaig, Dave Weber, Ornie Behrcnds, Lawrence Nev/brough, Don Blanchard, Ben Schmidt, Alice Bierle, Martha Peterson. Mrs Grace Ramus, grandmother of the groom-to-be, Algona. and Mrs George Ramus. aunt of the groin-to-be, LaPorte City, were guests at the shower. Miss Lau and John Ramus were married Dec. 17, at the Little Brown church at Nashua. Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau, of Algona and Mr and Mrs Leo IJamus are parents of the couple. Mrs Grace Ramus and Mrs George Ramus spent a few days at the Leo Ramus home. The ladies and Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus attended John Hewitt's funeral Tuesday at Tied Wood Falls, Minn. Mrs Art Groen and Judi and Mrs John Eller and sons were visitors at the Garryl Householder's Wednesday. A meeting' and Christmas party of blacksmiths and welders was held at the Frank Flaig home Sunday. Those present included Mr and Mrs Vern Hogard. Buffalo Center, and Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson, Lone Rock. Mrs Ruth Krueger spent Tuesday at her daus'.hter's, Mrs Hiram Ackerman at Burl. Mrs Mary Genrich and Mary Zunkel took Mrs Cora Saunders, Benson, Minn., to Humboldt to visit Mrs Edith Hlanchard. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and Bobby were supper guests at the Joe Millers at rHirt Thursday night. The ladies of the Friendly Neighbor Club held their Christmas party Wednesday. They exchanged gifts and revealed mystery sisters and aiso had a pot- 1-ick luncheon. Names were drawn for door prize gifts and women who won were Mrs Dick O'DonneH. Mrs'Ralph Thompson, Mrs Ray Johnson. The Presbyterian Christmas program will be neld at 7:30 p.m. Friday night, Dec. 23. Church services will be the same as always Christmas day. The ladies of 'the Friendly Neighbors club entertained their husbands at the DICK O'Donneli home. The evening was spent playing 500. Walter Thompson and Mrs Joe Vollmer won high prizes; Ralph Thompson and Mrs Albert Shaser won low prizes LAYERS TOP OFFICIAL IOWA EGG TEST e First In Egg Production " eTop Adult Livability e Smallest Body Weight e Second In Egg Size AND FIRST IN PERFORMANCE INDEXI Here's profitable advice to poultrymen, "If egga ara yout business, make Hy-Line your chick." Year-after-year, Hy-Line layers give you consistent top-level performance. For proof, see the results of the latest Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Test, supervised by the Iowa Poultry Improve* merit Supervisory Board. Sixteen well-known U. S. breed- era entered their best birds. Not juat 50 or 100 pulletal The Iowa test ending in 1960 involved 950 pullet chick* per entry—each tested at 4 different farm* in the state. For the past three years, Hy-Line layer* have led all entries in this most important test. Again thia year, Hy-Line 934 Series layers gave the best "all around" performance. The small, thrifty Hy-Line layer tied for the smallest body weight in the test, • big feed-saving factor. Yet, when compared to the average of all eatriaB, the Hy-Line 934 Series layer averaged! 42 more eggs per pullet housed.«• 1 Ib. heavier egg weight per case... less than half the laying house mortality* This advantage earned Hy-LIne 934 Series layers the top performance index of 4.51 which was 1.44 higher than the average of all competing layers. The "performance Index" is calculated from body weight, egg production, egg weight, and laying house livability. Roughly, the "performance Index" measures the difference in income •ver feed cost per bird between the entries even though •ctual income end eost records were not kept. For three yean In • row, Hy-Line entries have produced the top perfprman/M index .la the Iowa Multiple Unit Poultry Teat. Consistent, year-after-year performance give* poultrymen top profit opportunities. So "If eggs are your business, make Hy-Line your chick." Put Hy-Line 9S4 Series chicks under your brooder next •pring, !• your laying house next-fall. Reap increased profit* with HyrLin* 934 Sena* layer*, ORDER YOUR HY-LINE CHICKS NOW FROM ROBINSON PRODUCE, Algona DONALD JACOBS, West Bend BURT PRODUCE, Burt FRANK SEELY, Ringsted JAMES MAYNE, Ledyard ALFRED HURLBURT, Elmore MAYNARD HURLBURT, Swea City WHITTEMORE HATCHERY ROBINSON PRODUCE, Wesley CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder AREND SWALVE, Buffalo Center LEROY SCHILTZ, Bancroft AARON STEUSSY, Algona WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore PHONE 4161 3 .$ wreath of good wishes tied bow of warm Christmas CHRISTMAS su PER VALU

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