The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
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',,*-. e-AI 8 6«a (to.) Upp*f DM Molntt thurtdoy, Mttrth 1$* 1959 * ^ . * * -. -. . , J»t . .1 n -, *^\ntX** ,-Vfih «lVnftltt-i ir-rft -if ,rif i-t* rv n HrVi-tttfUlrfrrt-ifffrHiHM' Eftf-ill*! Bormann-WHIfong Nuptial pet tot 140 was held at eks an? relatives Plsfitatlon Ball* worn in Whittemore. Catherine Hubert afcd Betty Lynch were in charge of the guest book. Wait' resses were: Karen Zcimet, Jeari Ann Fridges, tfonfta Sefgniahn, 3eah Beckfer, bonna Thill. Alter a trip Kay Frlderes and to the southern states Mr .and Mr$'Bormana are living at th« bfide*s parents farm home at St Joe. Mrs Bornnann is a graduate of St. Joseph's High School and before her marriage was employed at St. Ann hospial in Algona. Mr Borjnann is a graduate of'St, Joseph's High School and served two years in the armed forces. He is engaged in farming. (UDM Engraving) School BJsttlci Ifl. tegafd Burt Woman Suffers Hip Break In Fall B»r> — Mrs H. O. Buell had misfortUne to fnll on the sidewalk near her home Friday afternoon. She Was taken to St. Ann irt Alfona with a fractured hip. Mrs Emmet Paetz spent *ome time with Mrs Buell at the be~wltn St'eTfa Geesman March 26: '•'jit^s a^j.a J. Wjuiung, auugnier of Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet, became the bride of Mr William Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, both of St. Joe, in a double-ring deremony Jan. 31 at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev. Charles Bormann, cousin of the bridegroom, officiated at the ceremony and nuptial Mass. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, was attired in an imported Chantilly lace gown over taffeta, 'fitted torso line bodice, sabrina neckline, high lighted with Mother of i«arl sequins and seed beads with long pointed sleeves. The skirt was bouffant floor length with chapel Jrain. Her finger-tip veil was held in-place by a Princess Ann se- earrmgs and necklace, gift of -the bridegroom. Her bouquet was of red roses, and she carried a sterling silver rosary. The maid of honor was Nancy Willfong, sister of the ..bride. Bridesmaid was Alma Illg, cousin of the bridegroom. James Bormann, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Groomsman was Ronald Zedmet, cousin of the bride. tJshers'were Ralph Bormann. brother of the bridegroom, and John Kemna, cousin of the bride. Sister -Mary David played and the St. Joseph's High School choir accompanied. Altar boys were Ronald" ~and George Illg and Maurice,-, and Arthur Becker. which will be held at the evening df April 27* The'Jolly Ten Birthday spent Saturday aft«?i6dfi, „.„. Mrs Lawrence Doege In hotiot ol her birthday. All members mrf one were present-and Jessie Sao?* chet was a guest, •" • i ;,* The Good Will truck will be jfflt Burt March 19. J The Young Adults of St. Johh'S Lutheran church will hdld thfe March meeting Sunday evemftg, Euguene and Eunice Meyer §fe* in charge of entertainment, sftd David land Lyttda Miller are", luncheon hosU. , , Mr and Mrs Martin Griese Vis* itefl .recently with daughters Mary and family and LaVonne* and family in Houston. Texas. They also were with" the Glen.: Hutzells at Wickenburg, Arizona and called on Dr. and Mrs Clap* saddle at Mesa, Arizona. Ttte Grieses spent some time with the daughter Harriet and family at' Portland, Oregon. Mr Griese returned last Week, but Mrs Griese remained for- a longer Visit at Portland. •Wie Birthday Circle! met with' Irma Doege Thursday afternoon with 12 members present and^ Cora .Stow and Mary GiddingEf guests. Birthdays of Stella Geesman, Jenny Riebhoff and Irma Doege were observed. The group voted to give $5 toward the pur^ chase of new equipment for the" Library. The next meeting will . . , be with Stella Gcesman March 26: •i-snUal. , The Young Adult' Club of the Fred Lavrenz again entered St. Methodist church held a meeting nn last week for treatment. Mrs a t the church Sunday evening. •' Lavrenz is at the Richard Groen [ Mr and Mrs David Miller ert- Home in Algona, and spends time tertained at a card party Friday with her husband. Mrs Groen is evening. Guests were Mr and Mra a daughter. rjon Strayer, Mr and Mrs Edgar Keith, Mr and Mrs Robert Angus- and Mr and Mrs Gene Zinnel and Denise. March 12, the 47th birthday of the Girl Scouts was observed by the Burt Brownies with a party at the Methodist church. Eleven girls were present and there were 12 guests. • Mrs Henry Anderson and son Grant of Logan spent from Thursday til Monday with her mother,Mrs Lottie Isenberger. Friday afternoon they called on Mrs Fred Ryther and the Clark Goddens in, Algona and Saturday afternon- visited the Nels Godfredsons near Swea City. The Walter Klamps, Algona, called on Mrs Isenberger and Mrs Anderson Sunday. quin crown. She wore pearl A 12:1)0 dinner and buffet sup- School Held The Kossuth Chanter O.E.S. held the annual school of instruction in the" hall" March.-10. Mrs Luella Hanson of Britt gave instructions. In charge of noon luncheon for officers were Beula Bullock, Ethel Dremmel, Lulu Hawcott, Betty Milled, Irene Bjustrom and Mary Hanson, The covered-dish supper was served by Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller, Viola McDonald and Helen Vogel. In charge of evening refreshments were Lee and Erma Pratt. Clark and Doris Miller and Walter and Esther Sorenson. Kindergarten Roundup Letters have been mailed to all parents of the Burt Community UDM-Classifieds Pay Dividends igtMMMMMtM YOUR Gxit *v#. .. Easter Parade of Styles at Christensen's Shop where quality cost no more. Coats by "Jo Moor" - "Rose Crest" "Leeds" and "Youthcraft" in both long and finger tip lengths. Fabrics are airy .light yet richly textured and the sol- houette is much more feminine. Suits tailored and sophisticated. Juniors — Misses — and half sizes. i Dresses that are new and styled for Easter and through the spring season. 'You must see these to appreciate the different fabrics. Outstanding styling in both prints and plain colors. Hundreds of New Cotton Dresses just arrived from famous makers — "Betty Hartford" - "Classic Lady" "Forever Young" - "Bobby Brooks" "Kay Whitney". Smart accessories to com- j plete~ milady's- wardrobe. Hose by "Belle Sharmeer" and "Hanes." Girdles and Bras by "Formfit Life" and "Warners". Purses and Billfolds by "Meeker" and "Margolin". Gloves fay "Lady Gay". Slips and lingerie by "Lux- it e". Jewelry by "Coronet" and „."Renoir". -.Beautiful blouses by "Pilot" and "Mac- Shore", Select Now and use our, Lay-Away Plan. ">; -> •- " ; ' "' '? «'-•', 'V.U-V ViV 1 ' ~{t?V , '".'"V > ' \%* '--*'£•»/' ' ^teA^^w-^^rtassfe-- '" i •,; • 6 F B /•' li i elds 1 \ 11 61 s still Getting Ready? USE THESE LAST WINTER WEEKS TO PREPARE FOR A PROFITABLE SEASON! , , NOW FOR WHAT SIZE Do You Need? WE GOT IT IN THIS LOT... PRICED TO SAVE YOU $$€O ' SNOW ON THE GROUND ... but Spring work not too far off! Get your tractor tire problem solved now, and save yourself a parcel of. money! ANY SIZE — now at Carload Price Sayings at Bradley Bros. Your old tractor tires are worth top allowance here at Bradley Bros, Check this deal now, farmers •— drop in on' us next time,you're around! TOP ALLOWANCE For Your Old Tractor Tires (WE NEED GOOD'TRADE-INS) tOQKING ... for a car, waeen/ or implement tire replacement... priced right, ., let v» $ee If we can fix you W P'

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