The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 17
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w-""ft! f y ^ A.. Joyce Anliker Brid& In West Bend Nuptials/Jan. 1$ were hosts at the reception In the church f>arlors which followed the cftfemotty. Others assisting Wfejfe Mrs Ikntole Nichols, JJrjs v "miman fierkland, JiSrs A«fott Aftliker, Mrs Donald L&ftt»,l Mrs Eddie Dorweiler, Mrs Ruth Larson and Mrs Eliza* tteth Aniiker. Also, Miss Dorothy McCreedy, Miss Uyantha Parsons, Miss Judy Gerber, Miss Virginia Dodd, Mrs Rachel Fuller, Mrs Clalr Enfte, Mrs* Archie PerU, Mrs Art Tabof, Mrs R. W, Jurgens, Mrs Bob ftittgefs, Mrs Henry Pchr and Mrs Vern Nelson. • The bride is a graduate of the West Bend high school and of the Iowa Methodist school of nursing in Des Moines. The bridegroom was graduated from the Garhavillo high school and is a graduate of Iowa State College, Ames. He is a lieutenant (j.g.) in the navy, stationed at Long Beach, Calif, After the reception the couple left on their honeymoon to California where they Will make their home. (Isaacson Studio Foto — - UDM Engraving) Thursday evening. Jackie Rood spent Friday night and Saturday with Jattice Larsen. Mr and Mrs Glen Lartsen, Janice and Paul ancl Jackie Rood ,*enl to Algona Saturday on Tsusiness and also did some shopping. Verle Nelson will be host of the Titonka Gun Club, at a rabbit fry. at the Portland Community Mail, Jan. 29. M:r and Mrs Verner Lau of Klerrtme visited at ihe Glen Larsen home, Friday evening. Word from Rial Bartlett. tells us that Florin Bartlett, who is at the loWa City Hospital, is getting along fine. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett assisted a group of Ladies from the Legion of Titonka, with a Polio Bake Sale at the Legion Hall. Mr and Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys were Friday afternoon visitors at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. guests at the Harold Becker home. Thirty-seven relatives of Mrs Mary Kain enjoyed a dinner at the Johnson house, in honor of Mrs Kain's birthday, Mrs Kain was 80 years old, Tuesday, Jan. 20. This WHS a surprise party for Mrs Kain. Mrs Donald Riiigsdorf returned Friday evening from Des^ Moines, where she spent a week with Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf nnd the new baby. Mr nnd Mrs Stanley Ruse and Lcroy were Sunday afternoon visitors «t the George Hix home. "In the courts, a man is presumed innocent until proved guilty; but in the household he's convicted on suspicion." You are what are. you think you Leg Amputated Richard Schaffor, 22, wai Involved in & tractor accident la*l week and an a retuli suffered the lo*t of hi* tlghi leg at the knee. Schaffer In employed on iho Ernesf Bonnsteiiet form aouiheaii of Wesley. Ho was unloading feed in the hog loi wiih a Belf loading wagon, powered by a iracior power iaka-off. His clothing caught in the power shaft. His right leg was badly mangled and ho sustained skin injuries on his right side. He was taken to ihe Han- ttturttfay, Jen. 29, 1959 Algeria (fa.) Upptt 0« Melfi«~3 cock County Memorial ffo*-* Commissions are »oi paftLfcS pifal for Jrtaimeni and tufg* arguments won, but ml salfei made. PHON1 CY 4-3S35 •* YOUft NEWSPAPER t^SXSS£SSSSSSS^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^£££S£ DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4836 ALGONA In a wedding on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 18, in the First Metho. dist church in West Bend, Miss Joyce Anliker, daughter of Mr and Mrs B. J. Anliker of West Bend, and Glenn Larson of Garnavillo spoke their vows in a double ring ceremony. The marriage was solemnized by Rev. Robert Williams. Miss Sue Berry of Des Moines played the wedding music and accompanied Gilbert Berninghaus of Springfield, 111., the soloist. The matron of honor was Mrs Gilbert Berninghaus, the bride's sister, and the bridesmaids were •Miss Judy Gillespie and Miss Anliker, sister of the man was the .bride's Linda bride. Best brother, Aaron Anliker and Gary Anliker, cousin of the bride, served as\ groomsman. Junior groomsman was. David Fehr. Ushers were Bill Yagger of Ames and Paul Anliker of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Eddie Anliker 22 At Portland Progress Club Meet, Jan. 15 Portland — Portland Progress Club met Jan. 15 at the home of Mrs C. L. Young with 22 present. Mrs Meniiet Trunkhill and Mrs Tony Jandl were assistant hostesses. The program w,as presented by Mrs Robert Wood and Mrs Ray Fitch. Pamphlets o'f recipes were passed out. Several dishes were prepared by Mrs Wood and Mrs Fitch and served along with the lunch prepared by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held February 19, Mrs Glen Larsen, Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs Roscoe Stewart, hostesses. Mrs Virgil Schrader and Mrs Victor Fitch will bring ihe lesson. Mrs Glen Larsen and Mrs Mennet TrCmkhill attended the 4-II meeting at Bancroft Thursday morning. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mr and Mrs Al Boekles of Ti- ''tonka attended a joint County - Legion meeting at Swea City,, M . r , and Mrs J° hn Milter and family were Sunday evening Bernard Phelps went to Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon, where she visited her sister and family, the Lester Hackers. Her mother, Mrs Minnie Sparring, returned home with her. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone entertained Saturday evening in honor of their first a,nnivcrsnry, Jan. 17. Tho.se attending were Mr and Mrs Donald Michaclscn and Marsha, Ncal Mifchaelsen, Mrs Mary Michaclson, Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs, Arky Nelson. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson visited at the Henry Nelson homo in Titonka,.Friday evening. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow arc keeping two little boys, 2 years and 4 years old for Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow, while Mrs Bristow is in the Mercy hospital in Mason City. They have eight children. Mrs Brislow had surgery Friday morning and will have surgery again in a day or so. Mrs Bristow is the former Lois Marlow. Mr and Mrs Garry Zwiefel visited at the homo of Mr and Mrs Arky Nelson, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Marvin Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Tom Trcnary, Kenneth Trenary and Mr and Mrs Harold Beckei' were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan, Sunday, at Fenton. Today's local telephone aerdet takes only about 1^ of the average American family's dollar of income. Nowhere else in th« world can you find such dependable telephone service at such low cost. NORTHWESTERN BBLL TSLXPOONS COMPANY FOR EVERY WOMAN IN KOSSUTH COUNTY WHO WASHES CLOTHES LANE A TOMORROW.... Gwen Davis, famous Washing Consultant, will be on ' hand at Beecher Lane Appliance this Friday, January 30th, to conduct a free laundry clinic for any woman who wishes to attend. The clinic will be held right in the store. Gv/en will answer any questions about your washday problems regarding such things as fabrics, water temperature, length of wash time, rinsing, tinting fabrics, drying, etc. Her experience and - knowledge in the home Gwen Davis laundry field enables her to unknot the worst washday problems. See her demonstrate the new Westinghouse "1000" washer and dryer, the "THINKING" home laundry. Regardless of what washer or dryer you use, don't miss this FREE clinic for the most valuable and personal first-hand information you can get anywhere! • BRING YOUR WASHDAY PROBLEMS RIGHT TO OUR STORE AND HAVE THEM SOLVED! • LEARN NEW TRICKS TO HELP MAKE WASHDAYS EASIER! • SEE THE NEW WESTINGHOUSE WASHER & DRYER DEMONSTRATED! • DON'T MISS THIS . IT'S WORTH DRIVING MILES TO SEE I THE NEW".Z000"WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT AND MATCHING ELECTRIC DRYER 1. Pre-wash. 2,3. Cottons, linens. 4. Silks & synthetics. 5. Automatic wash 'n wear. 6. Drip-dry waih 'n wear. 7. Cold water wash. 8. Blankets. 9. Tinting. 10. Drain & Spin. 11. Rinse & spin. ..the first home laundry that's more than automatic ... IT CAN THINK .. styled in the decorative good taste of fine furniture Westinghouse "1000" Wash Program Computer sets up and carries out 11 Separate Washing Programs 8 Separate Drying Programs This Is For Every Woman, Young Or Old""..'.....,,.. Regardless 1j I. Automatic dry-regular or fine fabrics, 3. Automatic wash 'n wear fabrics. 4. Damp dry-all fabrics. 5. Blankets. 6. Wrinkle remover. 7. Low heat drying. 8. Air fluff. Multi-speed Revolving Agitator separates clothes to get them cleaner than ever—washes each piece all the time. Automatic Lint Ejector sweeps put every trace of lint and scum, No traps or filters to clean. Of What Make Washer You Use ! mm ^r^ B™. KB • ^rw mr mr HI B JW^ 215 E. STATE ALGONA

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